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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSM - Y, NOVEMBER ¢, i95! PRICE: FIVE CENTS

TRUMAN CALLS FOR DISARMA

ThisFateful| Malta Is Europe’ s |“No Going! DISTINGUISHED MP. Atomic Wea Spree
| To Be Banned

November Front Line Back aauidenne ta

By HARRY FERGUSON + 2
7 MSNEW YORK, Nov. 7 > oe eer Lyttelton Says PRESIDENT TRUMAN today appealed to the Soviet
Union to accept sweeping and detailed disarmament pro

Historia 50 years from now, . ‘ ‘ MALTA, Nov. 7. (From Our Own Correspondent)
may come to the conclusion that! THIS tiny warscarred Mediterranean island, which two LONDON, Nov, 7 posals including the ultimate prohibition of atomic
weapons.

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In a worldwide broadcast on “international arms reduc-
















































November 1951 was the month years ago threatened to quit the British Empire and hoist} The demand for some state~
1at shaped the course of world the United States flag is ranked by Service Chiefs of tix ment of the intentions of the new



events for the next tw r three : : : . | Government towards the colonies . “ a 3 ” on

aecades. ‘The Nations have arrived] Atlantic Alliance as the pivot of the southern flank in|, pressed again today = me ; oe : tion” Truman said the key to the plan pare he

at the point where three avenues} European Defence. It is not difficult to understand, even|first press conference of Secre to the United Nations General Asseny phe 3 a age
of action are open before them: on a flying visit to this island, which has been a British|tary of State for the Coloni Western powers was a “proposal t » find Bat Sxastly AH

Firstly, World War III, second-| outpost since 1814, why Malta must assume a great|Cliver Lyttelton, But he wai pee oy P 2 | precisely what arms and armed forces each country has’

f alistic settle . oe ; , : iving nothin wa rge i , “ } ; ; aa i
ee ie ne] strategic significance in this area of new international the lneme gutheving it eel | Truman's three point plan called for: One: A continuing
1 etlweer y 1 s a b ? : ar a aa de ey oe
anti-Communist blocs, and third-| Stresses and strains, resulting from Egypt's abrogation of|to be patient and wait for a inventory of all armed forces and armaments to be checked
and verified by inspectors working under the United

ly, the continuation of the Cold _ its” treaty with Britain. | indication of Tory policy. a
Nations

Ww Through Malta, pass the West-|, wae recognising that _ Mr.
This month probably will be i ir communi-}LYttelton had an exeuse in that ~ - ———— we: Specific arrangements for
actual reduction of armed

[ T ene: Alles 608 aie Si he has only been in office a week,
decisive not because World War .N, | cations with most parts of the ae . ?
III is likely to break out in roops | {| Pressmen drew his attention te ked out whili

Commonwealth and the Far East. | i. 7 Ro ae . § veh sth to be we
that time or that a_ sure-fire suspicion in certain quarters ° \ this. precess of inventory and in-
pection is tak ing place

In the concept of naval and a :

i h 4 vs " ; of the colonies, regarding their
SOLA BIA. WHat | SURPRISES: Bae Re-ea ture | Strategy, the little island becomes! future under Tory’ rule. Lyttel« Three’ Reductions on the basi
forever is likely to be adopted he- virtually the gateway from the] ton's reply was that he was being ire asi:

fore December ; s West to India and Pakistan and| asked for a statement “a bit too
Intentions will become Clear ost ills ;to the vast continent of |











these steps to be made as soon









K i that can be done with a full

K t ess to al
The reason is that in the next | On A Precipice ? Progressive People “UXxeCcu ive wise aia — ’ F
three weeks both the Communist 8TH ARMY H.Q., Korea | Malta does not look like aj} He added: “You will find we “Suc a a programme would have
and Anti-Communist blocs will *"Nov.7 colony on the verge of a financial| are a very progressive people in | jto be agreed upon by all countries
have a pretty clear idea about United Nations troops have -¢. {and perhaps constitutional pre-|the matter of constitutional } Co n il hav ing ubstantial military power
each other's intentions captured the last of three hills|cipice which Maltese opinion] changes.” } u Cl |; nd ratified according to their own

The places where these inten-}lost to the Reds in bloody fighting| claims it is. One thing about which he was | nstitutional practices”
tions will become clear are Paris}onthe western front yesterday In 1947 Malta was given'{emphatic was that his poliey i From Our Own Correspo easont |" —U.P
and the Korean truce town of}The hill, commanding a height|responsible government through would not have an economic bias | a M _GREN ADA, N ; vt i
sairy, 2 , resic oh was

Panmunjom, No two opinions}north west of Yonchon, fell to ajthe Legislative Assembly of 40]%0 the disadvantage of constitu-

about the cold war coincide ex-|United Nations reconnaissance] members headed by Prime Minis-|tional progress. To his mind | today elected by secret ballot by 24. Say ed F rom
actly but most informed sources|patrol which met_ surprisingly|ter Paul Boffa, who went to}e@conemic development and con-| MR. R. A. BUTLER, after gaining high educational dtstinctions at | all members of the new legis aoe

would agree with these general|little resistance. Most of the! Lo ‘ te onea|Stitutional advancement Brust go Cambridge went into Parliamont in 1929. His name has been given | ° 5 one of the three elected to be
observations: First. .Communists|1,500 Reds who had’ seized it had| to Tn ane eas? hand in hand. to the Education Act of 1944 which he piloted through Parliament member of the Executive Council i Burnt ip
would like to end the Korea war|apparently withdrawn under He returned to tell his Parlia- On the economic side he point. when Minister of Education, and he held Ministerial posts at the (together with T. A Marryshow,
rather than fight through another} cover of darkness last night. ment that the island celia voan ed out that the days of the buyers’| India Office, the Foreign Office, and the Ministry of Labour. After . artier electer Deput) President. j¢ EATTLE, Washington, Noy.
winter but are trying to drive a presented with the George Cr “s{market in the U.K. are now pagt the Conservative Party passed into Opposition in 1045, Mr. Butler nd Cyril Sylvester, both the latter Twency four survivors -of Se
hard bargain at Panmunjom, But Farther west Red troops drove | Pres . . Na dee rOSS.!and terms of trade are in favour} ‘ook a leading part in the work of its re-organization, becoming chair | ishting the general election under} orain laden liberty ship Geérge
the preliminary sparring is over|A!lied units from a hill near ve Sea ae of the loyalty offof the primary producer, It was| man ofthe Conservative Research Dopartment in 1946. He was born | '"'¢ Action Committee banne: Walton raked by fire on “the
and negotiations have reached the|/<°T@ngpe. However, United as people, during the war, could/|ikely therefore they would see| in India in 1002, and educated at Marlborough and Cambridge, where “Marryshow was elected Deputy orm-tossed Pacific were. fished
point where officers are drawing Nations forces re-grouped . and expect no financial aid from|the economic development of the | his father, after a distinguished career in India, became Master of | / resident by eight to five with tome the tukbulent eee Steere
lines on maps and talking iny@@7t0ok the height in a counter | Britain. Disappointment stirred ]|colonies keep up with their con-| Pembroke College. | Gairy his rival candidate »_ fof northwest Washingtortoust
specific fabline: thar general cere attack. Communist jet fighter} up latent discontent, and a rebel|stitutional advance. eres ‘ \dministrator Wallace MacMil- ; eo eee ~ ’ iH
That méates the slinaaneets Sai planes made their first appearance element led by the former Deputy lin who was President, prior to | Wednesday Six crewmen-——sti

| a over Northwest Korea today, in| Prime Minister, Dominic Mintoff No Going Back e e 7 -@ the arrival of the Governor ad- {were unaccounted for and-taree

be stponed : or 2 R), , . Be. ‘ ; z ; ot

hare ei | Ue nee. Bae three days 114 M.1I.G. 15’s|/threatened to haul down the He gave categorical FS toidina! ritain ill Kee dressed the new Hou ‘ - ifter a) — to have pésiched
- or as angle vi “e ‘ r * - ‘ Maen r —. thee being sworn in by Chief ustic ward th lip

truce talks will be suspended and tangled with more than 30}Union Jack and hoist the Stars}fhat there was no intention to go, | ¢ ' € }

United Nations planes in threc/and Stripes. Then both Boffa|back on such constitutional D, EB. Jackson administered the A coast guard plane reported























the ws: NV fe ‘ e ember t » a
Rigi = aa walish for World separate encounters, but neither! and Mintoff went to London. The|@dvances as have already bees | e | ath to — om ber At a later 14) four others apparently
; ' Sh tor WOrMd! side scored any hits. British Gove . stened ¢ made, There would be no re- | Stage of the meeting he announced fdrowned when the lifeboat over=

War III now and probably has no a aeeaye vovernment listened and tarding of the roces: f consti the Hons erence Commisiong w t Th jreek ret t shi

intention of attacking anybod Puzzling Strategy decided to rescind its orders for |‘@rC!ng © e process of consti- ~ppoltited Assistant Adminintvatos turned. The Greek merchant ship

She. te vt eveces to tees . 4 uzziing Strategy the discharge of certain workers tutional advance he declared. iat 2 Renvdi “ADD ihe a Katherine, one of three vessels

‘ S : se vy 5 . au . , vick appointes m ‘ teil oem

knock over nations by military] Communist strategy in ground , in the naval dockyard, which the @ On page 7 the oficial side from the Council, {@ ‘2 a ne : rok 12 une

means but she probably would not]fighting puzzled Allied observers. Maltese said was aggravating the a T' i Y Tal | The Chamber was crowded to ]* amen @ poet k a ne rE se oaaee
go to war for some abstract prin-| When the Reds began their heavy; ¢risis in the island. ’ . BUTLER ELLS COMMONS | sapacity ext freighter rescuer ‘ a MA,
ciple. She doubtless jabours under| Western front attacks on Sunday, ea: ple) REPUBLICANS | No proposition ere made on [others from the nearly swamped
the handicap of an inferior atomic|it was assumed that they were: Just Superficial rw By SHACKF | he case of the foregoing cluctions, |}ifeboa lhe George Walton
arsenal and all is not well inside|ttying to push back the United| The British Government gave x ioe y y A ORD }members only writing the names flashed an S.O.S. Tuesday that

European satelifte nations Nations line to improve their bar-; Malta £30,000,000 for damage GAIN SEAT ; lor persons known to be eligible, |faues had broken out in the en-
But she will continue to make}S2ining position in the Panmun-j repairs, £ 2,720,000 for food sup- LONDON, November 7, \and placing the slips in a lass jar |gine room and Were spreading
threatening gestures to denounce|JOm truce-talks.. plies and development purposes, WASHINGTON,” Nov. 7. “WINSTON (CHURCHILL'S Government called se passed ‘round by the Clerk of the |rapidly . .

Americans and British as “war-|, However, the Communists have! and £120,000 for the Malta Uni-| Republicans gained a Congres-| fy. on austerity programme to avoid bankruptcy, mass aon for the declaration of the} Radio Operator James (Moch-

mongers” and try to win. power|R¥lled back north after seizing} versity. These funds have brought}sional seat and several Mayors loyment 4 tree : edd ee ae tritt coolly pounded out’ his

by political infiltration, Allied territory and holding it] what the Maltese described as aon Tuesday in scattered elections unemployment and hunger. Chancellor of the Exchequer | ire. burning ship’s position until Qe
Yes” or “No” for ag perheen : ‘et “superficial” full employment for |marked by charges of crime andj RR. A. Butler shocked the House of Cornmons with the BR ine ii Coratitin * ‘ vessel was abandoned, He then
Trina: The Meedtlanma of the ao s a a Ames” a the pexaniy's 315,000 people, which corruption, | nounceirgent that the dollar deficit in October, alone was}, aE aay Te aa meatal vet, [sent from the lifeboat with a

Anti-Communist coalition ‘is thut| balance. ; ee oe eee te Ace ee eS Ane $320,000,000 and annually $3,840,000,000,. anticipate the budget session as Bitassany PO ce or eg Me pe POP

a ab TR? ra a a ce : A hill, northeast of Yonchon dockyard at Malta is the princi- kn the 1952 >residential pamnbign Britain’s total gold and dollar reserves are now only|that was not the busine ae Matu Poke the first vessel to

£00¢ argaining position with|was te y waves screaming |... F ‘taaee . = ee mn 3s > g4c eting and he would only exter | oor

Moscow but by so ‘aunt it gives ps tahoe. by waves of ign me pal means of livelihood for the figured heavily in results of $2,949,000,000, sa Rs tin Dalpot , Nefere reach the Walon’s position. A

the Russians a chance to accuse|the heaviest Communist attacks|°°!0"Y, Which produces nothing| Tuesday's ballo.ing. | Butler announced a massive cut in imports— £ 350,000,000 |+cuching other aspect coast guard plane guided the
the Western world of plotting}in recent months. Allied efforts @ On page 7 Crime-buster, Rudolph Halley a year mostly from the dollar area. “We are buy-| He would like them to remember [Japanese vessel to the scene by

var, That accusation does not|to recapture the hill later in the 38, former Chief Counsel of the ing with our accumulated gold reserves or obtaining on | £ratefully the labours of their pre- {dropping flares. —U.P.
tand up with public opinion injday were repulsed. A _ recon- ‘ . United States Senate Crime Com- c : ° decessors with whom he was pri-«

the democracies but it has a pow-{naissance force was sent out this Ma nuel Fangio On mittee stepped into the Presi- vest: hundreds of millions of pounds worth of food to kee P|! vileged to serve, with a special }!

erful effect on the nations Russiaymorning to scout the ground for 4 2 7 dency of the New York City us alive and material to keep us at work’’ Butler said |word of congratulation to the | :
ints to influence. ja later attacking force.—U.P Way To Argentina Council, the second highest office | Sa Pe: f | father of the House for his safe The “ADVOCATE '
Within a few days the inten-j of the biggest United States city > i dni Seo te ie ana a cons | return to the oot pe Sees so},

tion of the Russians should be- ROME, Nov. 7. Running as an_ independent, | ound Declines ito Correst diesarity bat nd m an near years, referring to Marry=- pays for NEWS.

come clear at the United Nations | ¢ U I N FEVER” Argentine racer Juan Manuel|Halley swamped the Democrat, | ‘ < spar vetween wha how. 7

General Aseemb! ; MANCH R A : t vua Manu eens Sed t ve rt ae - we earn and what we buy we shall Reviewing the new constitution’s

nera sembly, —U.P. Fangio left for Argentina aboard| Joseph Sharkey, and ran_ rings} NEW YORK Novy. 7%. find we cannot buy what we want. | principal changes he said it was
STRIKES U.N. TROOPS ;*" Argentine Airlines plane to-;around the representative Henry | The British pound |} We shall lack materials to main-| necessary at this stage to retain Dial 3113

Sov iet I Gi | day, after a succesful Buropean j J. _Latham, the Republican declined sharply in fereign tain employment and to keep ra- | {he nominated element and broad-
s iving : TOKYO, Nov. 6, |season, in which he won the/nominee.—U.P. exchange trading today as tions even at the present level. We | on the basis of the Council as well Day or Night

ee It has been learned that an| world racing championship. a result of Prime Minister shall in fact be bankrupt, idle and |
. ‘erious Study” To | or iental disease belleved to be|Aboard the same craft were Ar- || Churehill’s warning Tuesday hungty.” } @ On page 7

“Manchurian Fever" is striking; gentine drivers, Froilan Gonzales, Modern Weapons that England is threatened

>: i} . ite tan aa ; ae ari ‘ “arlos Mendeteg | y 5 , Dark, Hungry Winte
ao 1e United Nations troops “in Korea.| Marimon and Carlos Mendeteguy. ‘ with national bankruptey ark, gry inter
Big Four Meeting Brigadier General William E.|'They were accompanied by Carlo Mark Red Day || Speculators unloaded both lee
PARIS. Noy. 7 Shambora, the newly appointed! Valasco and Juan Guzzi, A large ; ‘| spot and futures pounds, nt hi a t eee added up a
The Sovict Foreign Minister, Chief Surgeon of ‘the United|crowd of racing enthusiasts gath- MOSCOW, Nov. 7 || and liquidation brought vee ae eran e mon a fae
. vanadate ice Sakae aida ; J. ae e since a ‘ 1
inp Vyshinsky, prior to open-| Nations Command said that dis-'ered at the airport to bid fare-' Soviet Russia paraded its mosi Jower prices, been living beyond her ingame andl
ing the General



ssembly at 10.40;}ease may be an epidemic.—U.P. well to the party-—U.P. modern weapons through the I The 90 day futures posti-
am. said that the Soviet Union| Square in subzero cold and snow tion fer the pound slumped meet with Amertean aid. Britain |
was giving “serious study” to ea storm in one of its most impressive one a half cents to $2.75 is now going broke and the spiral |

possibility of a meeting between ieores shows of military might and 40 day currency fell one is greater than at any time since
ae eg Josef Stalin and leaders | Scores of the latest type jet nalf cent to $2.783.—U.P. ‘the great crisis of 1947
of the Big Three Western nations, 7 Oops a i planes raced low through a driving

The’ Foreign Minister told re- snow storm, Whether Butler's programme re-
porters that appeals were made The demonstration marked the ] r serves the trend or not, Britons
yesterday by Winston Churenill - , |34th anniversary of the Bolshevil: IRAN WILLING ro are ee mm a cold hungry and dark
and the French President Vincent ian i a 2 Revolution, Minister of War, A . winter. But the report indirectly
Auriol for 4 Four =) M, VaSilevski, read the order of SELL 10, 000, 000 accused the former Socialist Gov-

most of the time making both ends |





Power meeting.




































Vyshinsky said thet this posed a the day to the troops, and as- eee ene Oe eutl eveviby
“very serious question.” “It needs ~ ae at J sured the nation that it could’ a a ation, Former socla
ouch: elles Beis ae c CAIRO, November 7. rely on Red armed forces which TONS OIL TO U. K. on ellor eee Gaitske ll imme-
, BRITISH TROOPS raided an Egyptian village in thejare virtually guarding the coun . rb diately protested what he said wa
syp I '
; ; . ‘orists who |try’s security and perfecting their] , WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. | Butler's “dishonest and untrue im-
7; Ve T. Suez Canal Zone, rounding up suspected terr orists who combat readiness ’ ad Authoritative sources told United] putation
wo rears 1a had been pouring Sten gun fire into British Military |""yacilevski denounced the Unitea|P!¢ss Wednesday night that the aie
tJ. “CONVOYS, States for openly preparing Anti- State Department is reported to] Payngjents Union Threatened
Salvage Ship: The British strike at Egyptian “underground” in the|Soviet war by remilitarizing West pave intcenies the ae vee sad id ‘
; fae : ment that Iran is willing to sell up jutler also announced e im-
HAMBURG, Germany, Nov. 6 troubled village of Abulgamous near Ismailia, started|¢*™ Germany and Japan, 7 to 10,000,000 ton of clk suniially te position of: a system. of quotes for
_ Salvage experts saiq that: the shortly after dawn. It was carried out without any —U-P. Britain but Iran intends to run the] imports from Furopean countries
ill-fated Argentine motor-ship]_ incident according to the United Press correspondent in Abadan oil refinery He sald Britain's dafstt ise the
Maipu, which sank oft Bremer- Cairo. Kaesong Is A 1 Sources said that at present European Payments Union was so
haven Harbour on Sunday, after there is only one foreign techni-] large that it threatened the stabil-
colliding wilh the Uniteg ‘States Meanwhile, the economic section of the Egyptian Foreign St t ° Cit cian at Abadan. He is reported to] ity of the Union itself, “We must
troopship General M. L. Heresy Ministry recommended increased trade by Egypt with ra egic tl ry be a Swede who is in charge of immediately quench any doubts
can be raised from the ocean Communist Eastern Europe security arrangements to avoid the] about the strength of sterling and
} rhe first es A Sts en : b 2 _ . TOKYO, Nov. 7 danger of fire. They said that the} about our ability in the United ~
bottom. The first estimates were This move for closer ties with ’ , . ; -
that the costs of salvaging the ARTIE’S HEADLINE the Comm ot tan 6 : If neutra'ity restrictions were |National Iranian Oil Corporation] Kingdom to manage its affairs ef- You asked for Benson and Hedges cigareties, Madam
$4,000,000, 11 500 to thihene 5. ld < ia. h mae came aftey lifted tomorrow one of the big- |would be willing to employ other|fectively. We must put beyond |
be prohibi ive , iehcae om tg \ aoe at ae eee gest battles of the Korean war |foreign oil technicians. But, they | question our determination to de-
i tuDLLIVe, jlast nig at she “cannot re- robs 7 2 i > »m-| velop the earning power which, is ° : : :
a oe P ‘ent robabl y the said, the Corporation will not em } rning } r 27 aAe To e : .
_ Experts warned, however that main indifferent” to the alleged pee. wee _dovele. fo ty \ploy any Soviet Russians It also} needed to buy food and raw ma- Occasions ol unique and special
it might take ag long as two years violations of her rights and sov- a ar) 2 promo, oy refers not to employ any British}|terials upon which our island
to raise the vessel, all of whose i e b tish tr vf Kaesong. Both sides want it || , he | ec y depend:
asnenier and "Oe é d reignty by British troops in the|}poth now!and in the event of a| because British employees of the| economy depend
passengers a ew were /Sé Ee ie . " see
Natoub she went down, Phey ‘paid corne Food n Secret e| Pee re ae ously refused Iranian’ offegs of em-|, Unless the terribly wide gap in enioyment call for cigarettes
that the storms near the Frisian i th tas ecretary reieas-| Right now Communists have ployment, They said Iranians | Pritain’s trade balance is corrected 1 y * 5
Islands. where the shin sank in it ea esi: note sent to th€|it and the U.N. army is forbid-|\Would be willing to employ on a] #t once, Butler said, all reserve
about 75 feet of ean and the vee g “—r" pe tn poet den by neutrality orate rolion AON will be eaten up in pay for food
ps ae : % nee ja yeve Lie, charging Britain|from ‘attacking it. There are On page 7 imports. “We shall find we can- , ,
sand over it would be the major with “aggression”. Egypt has|three ati iized te in Korea e not bey what we want”, he said, m ade by BENSON 2nd HEDGES to
difficulties in carrying out any jjunked the 1936 Treaty with Diane wheter er rain otis ‘we shall in fact be bankrupt, idle $
salvage operations . . : an ry.”
vag perations of eye | Br itain and ordered British troops} gre negotiations are held, Mun MARCIANO’S LIFE 1 hungry,
: Le yeve, the Suez. The British|gan where U.N. negotiators have THREA NED If the steps decided on were in- re fle ct the rare perfect ion and to
lave refused . aa aesong | TE ‘ *TLEC
FT their base camp and Kaesong| dequate tu kee; terling strot - ¢ €
} SHIP ONDON. Nov. 7 In this morning’s raid, troops where Reds have their we) | bee CKTON. Massachusett Ge ve rnment would not ate \
The 19,200 orme Brazil- of Britain’s North Lancashire |¢#™p.—U.P. BROCKTON, Massach Nov. + take further % ay I u oO ¢
+ hie . } ” ors ~ + . ras } bt our inte on to ike and ° "
battleshi; » Paulo which Regiment moved into the mudhut as , | The Brockton Enterprise Times] jo05 sterling stror he said. He echo the W hole contented mood
| loose fram a tow ing vessel | with fixed oer First Woman. d the Police Department Wed-} wae arra » for con ad
1e Azore ndayv t i said hat tritis soldiers | ‘ ane y
| : i Az _ ee ae “I was named * Winston ait -etés i. : ae * € - PARIS, Nov pn iday received anonymous post-] Commonwealth Finance Mini i
ot Be anh, e day The prese own-| . dy vering ver 2xit as he : still } ol saa onscnsdet arta ® ; ;
| probably change it now.” a roa wa unanimously ele diw be made to kill heavyweig etho ‘ reng
the Britist fron and Steel s | British troop neoverea a if w | Chairman of the Social Commit-!boxer Rocky Marciano when his} jj B When
r who bought “IKE” RETURNS weapor nd placed ispected } tee of the General Assembl) She horne town welcome him bach Le
! I G terrorists ir barbed wire com-| wy » first w > to be} Saturda 10M tion whie! 1 our
, TO PARIS ce : jwas the firs woman ever ni :
PI a und for que nin |selected for such a post i the! Police Chief Edward , Sullican yple have never failed 2 .
; —_ u Ye PARIS, Nov. 7. | Assembly. Guatemala atten pted,|said he believed the warning the truth i only thee bedt
€ f A towing crew| General Eisenhower, the Su- Women and children remained satedly. during s, Figueroa’ definitels the york. of before the Ones
Sao Paulo| reme Commander of the North | ir asin durir the r Villager een oe te vis moe eee tt re l ha l a a : ‘ “a Le
u a pr mman I I r iring } Villag jnomination tc -t » floor, t 1 al é é wz tO
t A nt Force arrived here by | had beer told before that the} Chairm: ay ‘ t eelca yw ild be ie
. uP ‘ 7 > } Hated % > U.P ’ - F
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\2 Comptroller for Develop- She Screams For Stars YNIGHT Club 5 of the Girls’ ° ¥ i
t_and Welfare, and British T Insta Uaion - raving A Weekly Miscellany From The 58
mmissiol in spending a few : nce at the Jnion’s head- *,* . . The Mothers’ i ed |
c % in the Siccaid Islands on 4 Quartere. Dancing begins at British Broggloaigi Corporation an po Bb ee ee
his ret i from the recent me

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sion in St. Croix.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951
s® GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG., Jamaica |
Cc -Chairman of the Caribbean =
Co
can 9 o'clock, this country for clothing to send|



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THE BBC is Q gw oOo Ja ca. Answering requests
Australian cricke. broadcast will THE BBC is now pianning



fromm their members in Jamaica,



: fide British school children mem
: paideee, tka Py keep you at home. There is a P!ovide British schoo ee Ma ’ a: the Mothers’ Union are asking for .
tha Sone ~ oo a An.igua radio in the immediate vicinity. with their own television genes a dam 8 Be uty ectton frocks, light shirts and AT LEEWARD «, cc 7
rom November 3 to 7. He. is mow 6 ** School broadcasts are widely ack- shorts, and sandals, Parcels will
in St. Kitts and wil “be~ there Passed Final Exam. nowledged to be amongst the most " Ad 5

until Sunday

Old Harrisonians

LD Harrisonians -vesident in

Trinidad had their annual
get .ogether this year in Port-of-
Spain at the Hotel Normandie
on Saturday night,

Among those present were Mr
Harold Haskell, son of Mr. H. N.-j
Haskell, former headmaster o f§
Harrison College, Mr. W. Dudley
Isaac, Mr. A. Johnson, Capt. H
A, Thorne, and Mr. C. V. H.
Archer.

Leaving For U.K.
FP Ue Goliite is expected to ar-

rive irom Trinidad tomo. -
row afternoon ac 3 o’clock and

> se as ¢ 9 ~ h-
WV R. GLADSTONE F. BAR- important services of the BBC and ste tied Scelt a clot
KER of the Customs De- fo: some time both the Corpora- “The ‘appeal was launched at
partment has passed the final ex- tion and the School Broadcasting +a ancmal meeting of the South-
amina ion in “Building Draughs- Council have felt that an exten- eae (London) M.U. opened by |
munsh'5” of the National Insti- sion of these broadcasts to tele- Mrs. Fisher, wife of the Arch-
tute of Engineering in England. vision would be an advantage. [{t bishop of Canterbury.
He is an overseas student. would not be practicable to begin “The M.U., it will ‘be recalled, |
As a result of this success he Such a_ service until most of sent £100 to Jamaica. It was
has been awarded the Associate Britain is covered by television, part of the Union’s Jubilee Year|
Membership of the Insti ute pessibly by the end of 1952, and gift to the Queen, on whose sug-
(A.M.N. Inst. E.) until equipment is available thet gestion the £100 was sent to the|
Mr. Parker is at present at- Will enable a whole class of chil- Jamaica branch.
tending a class in “Structural 4ren’ to watch the broadcasis Interested
Mechanics” “upervised by the without eyestrain, Sets with big

It is too early to say yet what
Parbados Evening Institute screens and high definition are fesperse will be given’ to this
: Ged ; : needed and they are at present

9 hurricane appeal just launched,
On Honeymoon very expensive, Television seis bor the interest. aroused was
(PENDING their honeymoon with extensions from the main obvious from the eagerness with
in Barbados are Mr. and set to different classrooms are which those attending the meet-
Mrs. Michael Martinez who were considerably more costly than ing crowded round the West
will leave ag soon as_ possible married in Trinidad on Seen cidinary radio sets and to over- Indies section of an sveteaes
afterwards for Southampton, } merning, They flew over from come these difficulties and make exhibition arranged for the
Passengers leaving & the : EZELLE POULE “Trinidad on Monday by B.W.I.A. school television a possibility the occasion,
Golfito are, Miss H. M. Challenor, Practises in the Mountains. Paid and are quests at the Hotel Royal. co-operation of both local educa-

The exhibition reflected life
Mrs. P. Horlock, Mrs. J. E, Lea- Mr. Martinez who is on_ the ticnal authorities and the radio and work in various parts of the

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och i ste irways i ini- j ry wi | irec wi i where there are branches

cock and two children, Mr, and taff of B.W.I. Airways in Trin'- industry will be required worlc . , ack s

Mrs. F ‘ani ae eg sl ey bh , dad is the son of Mr. and Mrs, of the Union—in Dominion 9 ,
Mts. F. H. Manifold, Miss Sonia T° save wear and tear on the \inuel Martinez of Trinidad. Benefits ehakitvies Attica and. tha weet IT’S PARADISE!
Malone, Mr. G. Page, Mr, A. F, vocal cords of the stars, Mrs

90 ‘ , Martinez is the forme: Indies. Exhibits in many cases
Russell, Mrs. J, N. Spencer, Hollywood pays Ezelle Poule £50 Tessie Camps-Campins. daughter There is ao suggestion that in

laster M come from overseas.
Master M. Spencer and Mrs. D. a day to scream for them. And of pr, and Mrs. J. Camps- providing school television broad-

The West Indies stall was out-













A. Fowler. i , tal she is in constant demand, Campins also of Trinidad. casts the BBC will seek to make standing. It showed sea_ island CE AND SNACKS $1.00
Biography _ Miss Poule has screamed for Q teachers unnecessary or to super: cotton, the sugar cane flower, gin- Be
MM" H. B. Louis, Headmaster Send _Crawford (in. the film Big Question avde the existing schools broad- : ger, Coffee, beans, and, of
ot St. Edward’s College piathtothaas ted arta Lp svg West Indians both g¢asts. Television lessons will be course, cigars and rum. Work of
Matta haw written 4 shor, on ° Green) and many others home and abroad have been supplementary to the present cur- MISS VOORHEES West Indian members oe E M p i R E
. ; ‘ ' ; ‘ ays ric . { vas see ’
ogiaphy of his ancestor Admiral | She practises sometimes in the asking during the past few uae riculum, and it will be left to eos eens Seka nied bet
Sw Thomas Louis Bt. basement of the Hollywood home how the change in Government teachers to decide in what ways “British have lovely complextons” need ework and oa him. f TO-DAY ONLY 4.30 & 8.1
Admiral Louis was a frieng of —after warning neighbours not to in Britain wi affect the colonies. their pupils may best benefit from RICAN = BORN. ‘Clair ee ‘dad hats a ees ee ers: ; ne
Nelon and took part in seve al call the police. But generally she That is a _big question to try to such a service, which may well iso i). eee hi eae ond soe = m B oa rian 5 voc
f the well ye on hatte eg dtives out into the mountains and answer, The West Indies will be play an important part in educa- Voorhees 36 - year - 2Iid es and sisal mats from Barbados. BASIL RATHBONE in:
Shia stirs ae Senate of So for a lonely spot “where | figuring more prominently in the tion in the future. Some subjects, brunette, gees al! over the world Photographs on view showed the
4 5 ra pees of naval his- aan ht enihs my head off in peace.” House of Commons in future, (such as English) will derive lecturing on colour in make-up. aftermath of the Seren ae BLACK CAT™
Pia ct eh ee ae _LES, both at question time and in jittle or no additional benefit This gives her the opportunity of well as people at work on. the , +
Sh bf distinction in the debates. A new scheme is being from television but others, such studying the beauty habits in th» ae pence and the Trini- AND
cs é yaters at- Lutes . ‘ i ies altel ce ae 0 ag dad Asphé ake.
tle of ‘Gen omines on one British Guiana Old Boys devieet eit oe taelaenegeaty an = Ses seis aka carton’ oe : sae of her com- ‘Organiser of the stall, Mrs. ee
. , ary Sseience, socia de 2 ere are § r a alec an «
#006. LD BOYS of Queen's College, @fairs. Shortly it may be possi- affairs may well find the new ments Woodland, has ‘spent seven years “BLACK NARCISSUS
In 1813 one of his sons settled oO itie Meet oa 8°; ble to reveal further details of i st helpful, whilst the in the West Indies, mainly in
A British Guiana, resident in J); medium most helpful, whils n hive ome sven Barbados and British Guiana DEBORAH KERR
in Bridgetown and founded : a, this new plan. va atin t he tele- South American women, even Barbados anc is aulé
branch of % i St i England, have been asked to sub- value: of: immediacy. in the: tele... poorest of them are seldom Her husband served as a missicn-
ranch of the family there. It is scribe towards providing a drop- vised presentation of current <4, vith : anicure at y there
understood: that Mrs. C. E, O'Neal curtain te the oun re - e Great Week queniy: lat Gieteuis seen without a manicure and ary there.
foods that Mrs. C. E, al curtain » new stage : s is s. catiiire they t Bother ruch
of vet St. Peter is the only new Queen's College, At the AST week has been a great Bef television service for eae" tials facial ps Py = (yee: Opening TOMORROW 4.45 & 8.15
surviving felative of this branch moment Mr. E, O. Pilgrim and Mr week for Trinidad-born Mc- SD: Se ee ere Bélgian women make-ur : : 20th C
: ; a z ; ! hn Toe a : . ia sl gis . ake-up mor a 20th C-FOX BIG TECHNICOLOR ! —
of he fi iin Baden HAM. Bech trmer ta er. Donal Bei cra on Sahel, Pa ABC BEN war tent her waren, sng ai Mexico To Have MUSICA
, which costs 6/6 plus ©! sputy Principals of Queen's champion. Last Sunday a oly ae ae ear - in their spare time improving their ; ss o
postage ‘has been recenily pub- Tespectively, are in England, and Trinity Church, Kingsway, he at- im which half a dozen schools, om aiiaarance ae a Bagasse News rint ON THE RIVIERA
lished by Messrs, Giov. Muscat, if it can be arranged they will tended the christening of his the London area will ee : PF P Starring :
213 St. Ursula Street, Valletta, meet eid boys at S pinnae to be unas daughter, Joan Grace ne = aang of Bayar British women have lovely com- MEXICO CITY arring :
Malta. specially organised. intrusted Vanessa. The infant girl has as televised broadcasts on severi! niexions, but spend too much mpg, sce) aecatotra Sa fine
W.LS.U. Affiliati with the job of organisation is her godparents Arthur Wint, Ja- Subjects, made on a closed cir- Bits. looking hie help. akin not | Sale coer See etee are being DANNY KAYE — GENE TIERNEY
NB wees meen : lation Rawle Farley, former President of maica’s Olympic Champion, and cuit. The children will discuss gnoygh on hands and nails ui in exico to produce 60,000 MU
I a moan extraordinary Gen- W.LS.U, Ruth Khama, wife of Seretse, their reactions to the new medium ' en oO eh See wae SIC — DANCING — SINGING — COMEDY
era eeting of W.LS.U. it n “The family is complete now,” with their teachers and from yyiss Vorhees has : tet Tone eee ee sat
Was agreed to adopt a new con- Leaving To-day Mac said afterwards. The Baileys these reports the School Broad- et he: are ae the Foes are ‘in full production, DANNY IS FUNNIER THAN EVER.
stitution for the Union. The effect c already have two other children, casting Council will judge the smining the beauty habits of they will make the country- self-
of this is to give W.1.S.U. power ISS Nancy Went of the Bar- a boy and a girl. effectiveness of the broadcasts and scottish wome , . supporting a8 far-as ts-newsprint
to affiliate to and support other bados Public Library leaves Later the same week Mac was decide in what way they can be ~ ero _LES needs are concerned. % R Oo VY A L
eee pesnheanons, particularly to-day for Trinidad to attend a invited to appear in the grand fin- improved, After the “pilot” ex- nee ey —B.U.P.
se oO ©e LOUn “American coun-

series of lectures at ihe Eastern ale at the Royal Command Variety periment will come the main ex-
jaitaga , Caribbean Regional Library, Performance. Similarly honoured periment, which will test the
st Che Britich yer ri that two #arly in December she will take Was former world mile champion, possibilities of a Service by giving!
. Peake aribbean possess- 2 »gis i aminati and present holder of the half- , ig ors is
ions are mainland territories, the Registration Examination of ‘ k subs‘antial numbers of schoo









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Gordan McRAR—Jiine HAVER &
“CHEROKBE STRIP” |

the Library Association of Eng- Mile record, Sydney Wooderson, I geattered throughout the United “4 Star Trail’ ss ” TIT i
Transferred aa ee ron 4 Seema. a think ta a in siding that Kingdom a foretaste of what they! i ee ka: tet ae — -- r THE OVERLANDERS O GUIZAR in

R. P. I, BOYD, Senioz Medi- Barbade: on December 16. nis is the iret time athletes have may expect from one, Only after! H..oavuanren OF ROSIE O'GRADY" CERO Seer, AND ee °°
D cal Officer of Health, St. ween eee at a Royal ae both experiments have been fully! ME | Ree Ye: Cid a ay ce MEXICANA

Kitts-Nevis, has been appointed Due to leave by une same plane Biijey and Wo Appearing tested will a School Television!



oderson were such

BARKER—Virgina HUSTON **WOLF MAN” . AND










on transfer to the post of Medical are Miss Lucie Mestier of the famous sporting personalities as S¢*Vice come into being. Dick FORAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS OF 195i

Officer, Grade “B” in the Pub- American Consulate, Mr. Lyle Gordon are Fhaeaeion tGEA Foote ¢ Bite! SECIAL TO-DAY a Ot eS ROTION SEECTATE WITH ‘PHANTOM SPEAKS’
lic Health Division of the Health Carmichael and Mr. Tony Lewis. key, Reg Harris, cycle sprint i Monte HALE in— Allan “Rocky” LANE in— LON’ CHANE

Department of Trinidad and They are all going to Trinidad champion, and Don Cockell, the CROSSWORD RANGER OF CHEROKEE STRIP & NAVAJO TRAIL RAIDERS]| | — y ¥ RICHARD ARLEN









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“SPRING SONG” Caro! R (E Last Show Tonite 8.30 “
Pagar WALLACES ABBOTT ang’ COSTELLO. in BULLFIGHTER AND THE LADY”
“CRIMSON CIRCLE” “IT AINT HAY" &
i : Are You Fuel-Conscious? thieves. A police report speaks of with Noah BEER “DANGEROUS GAME”
HIS is Really too cnitiing for several hundred thousand men be- perce ae eae - oo AND
words. ith two days to go, ing involved in order to get the Tt WRITER AMFRAGINON preemeiadess ine eae ian “
; ; : are some er s 1 RIPLE ATTRACTION! “PIGHTING FATHER DUNNE
an analysis of all the figures quot- ERE See a hig Boo rp stuff away quickly. A search of “OUR VERY Own’ en Pat O'BRIEN & PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY ?
ed in the latest Beachcomber poll at bh BURR) Sey OM ©" local pawnbroking premises re- ia NGER—Ann BLY “DEADLINE AT DAWN” -___
shows that if everybody votes as Coal. for the attention of the vealed nothing. A Home Office ex- TERY IN MEXK Extra Special



we anticipate, the final figures will ©oal Utilisation Joint Council: pert questioned the assumption William LUNDI RETURN MATCH





















correspond. closely with those con- i. A series of matches held that there was only one lorry, on gushes Eh Dna BRINE PAY eer reeE rer eat Oo L Y M P I Cc
tained in the most recent forecast. hd a lump of oa an hp the grounds that no ordinary lorry a ” waitin
In other words, unless the vot- ually warm it a little without could contain so much liquorice. Cs AOR en Oa a a cation e ONLY 430 & 8.15 | FRIDAY i
ing fails to correspond with the using it up too quickly. The police are anxious to question ! oe to SUNDAY 4.30 & 815
scientific analysis made by our ex- sa Fae é _., & brown-haired man of about 64, lidintiin ' WILLIAM GARGAN IN
yerts, the result will be as pre- , !!) Mix paper with the coal. who is believed to have fallen

, : a aah ; ; i - ; Snipe-fike bird the French mak
dicted. It is realised that publica- The brief, bright flame will giv’ asleep in the lorry before the rob- 1 anive lee SS, ench maké
tion of the final exact forecast must ®M impression of cosiness. kery took place, &, Friend who returns to drink. (3)
be delayed until the election iii. The moment the fire is: lit, 18 sh it ee skilled 1
figures are known, so that it will put it out with water. The fuel In Passing Money matters. (9)

Aroma of the trail? (5) |

. S re omeayv fateh a little. (3)

those,” it says, “who iF Teli about being tardy. (6)

dislike the American jg



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eeerwn “ RAWHIDE ”

and .
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10TH. gee a AND

be possible then to check our pre- saved can then be used again, as
diction against the actual result, I soon as it has dried, ‘OVEN
am asked to warn voters that the iv. A week’s saving of the not

Make the egret weep. (5)
Beachcomber poll must not be con- water used for tea will give one

Well-known club, (4)

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fused with the poll of electors On ¢old bath every ten days. ust wich ray a poey oa 3 Fuses simpleton. (8) 7” ¢ ’ HEAVEN ” MONTE CRISTO”’
October It will be waste of f ’ much slicker than our own. 22 Freddie Brown's nightmare ? (#) DINNER DAN E i
time to. write “Don’t Know” on 230 million tons What could be slicker than to 23 Rated for commerce, (5) mere Starring
your voting paper. . . say: “Check up on” instead of Down arring :
an ead at of Liquorice stolen “check,” “try out” instead of } Gruliunt way to make Beg. ; DAVID NIVEN ROBERT MONTGOMERY
‘Rissole’ Mio WO Hundred and Thirty Mil- “try,” and “get it over with” 2 What split a coin in the urn ? (7) ‘
24 on e occasion
BROMLEY tk nplains lion tons of liquorice were instead of “get it over’? While / 3 arate ot taken you'll get a
3ROT mother complains ‘stolen from a van in the Edgware- we, in our slow way, are “facing”! 4 Noel 5 fed. (4 ,
that she was awakened at road last night. It is thought to be things, they are slickly “facing | 6 Beer to 8 conservative Sepending OF THE OPENING OF OUR NEW BAR R 0 xX Y
12.54 a.m. yesterday morning by the work of a gang of liquorice up to” them. on the throw of dice. (8)
sounds of music, It turned out 1 Gopee ot fame See rae aire t8) LAST 2 SHOWS TO-DAY 4.30 &|'TO-MORROW ONLY 4.39 & 8.15
that a young man was eng Oe a Te Ree ee ee eee Renee ..wood, 58 steamer for oe Uni 1 Whole Serial
a guitar beneath the balcony 0 nourishment. (6) ° f 7 9.30 niversa e a
her flat, and that her stupid ° 19 [t's @ cheerful air. (4) Dinner Served from to Q9. p.m.
daughter had gone oon ne eee Rupert and the Lion Rock- 25 i8 Fovcome. after. (5) Yr St TELL arc " ea a WILD WEST DAYS 108
her face between two shirts which | From that establishment. (4) s ; i y
Pag Reoing behind the trellis. “A \ \ glution of yesterday's purzle.—Agress: Dancing from 7 to Midnight eT mOM LLL VA POA Te eee eat
wave of romantic nonsense is . fe Nowe ne Solubien oh. Binet ARH, 0: , Ella Pei ey , OPENING SATURDAY 10th
sweeping the borough,” said Coun- 37 Hetpe: 18. Meet; 19. Beret: G0, Rnvy! NeUteae Cyan Te ba4 t i
illor Tufty, “and 1 know of a case uolietter ar ‘Tiler ARR s “ Columbia Double —
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_THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951

Exchange Of Prisoners
Is The Big Problem

NEW YORK, Nov. 5.
THE SHOOTING in Korea will not halt immediately
even if United Nations and Communist negotiaters should
happen to agree on cease-fire line. Other issues are at stake
but they have sunk from sight in the argument about
where the battlefield should be frozen.
It will be of immediate interest — na

to relatives of men in Korea as L ISING:

to what to do about the exchange
of prisoners. The United Nations’

army holds about 165,000 Com- y,

munist prisoners. The reds hold CONTROLS
a sizable number of United ae

Nations’ prisoners most of them

NEW YORK.
Americans do not like controls.
And as a result the whole pro-

Americans but the precise figure
not Known. The reason for
that is that Commumists’ refuse to

allow the International Red Cross &â„¢amme for controlling meat
to deal with prisoners and pro- Prices—which has caused pro-
vide them with food anc. comfort. longed uproar on all sides—may

soon be dropped.

Everyone has been protesting,
including the housewives, the
cattle men, and the packers (the
big companies which slaughter
and tin the meat).

Tonight Michael DiSalle, the
man who has heen trying to en-
force the price levels, half raised
the white flag. He told a com-
mittee of M.P.s that “ihere is a
real possibility that meat price
controls will be dropped quickly’

DiSalle wants to get slaughter

Red Cross has free access to
prisoner pens in which Commun-
ists are held and has prepared a
precise table of figures on how
many of them there are and who
they are.

In the early days of the cease-
fire negotiations the United
Nations High Command hinted
that it would oppose any whole-
sale exchange of prisoners but
would insist on trading on tie
basis of man for man. The United
Nations

inan the Communists aod’ any gues, Nebody wants him to
ue s and any have them. So, he told the M.P.s
man for man trade woull leave «7 must be fran jots of Reds still captives. Jl quotas, we will have to drop the
would also leave in Umited controls.”
Nations’ hands a bargaininy point Everybody seems overjoyed—
which could be used to gain scme “ a ad sai : - hen Joy’

; ae . including the housewives.
other concession. But that will SECURIT
take considerable discussjon and SECU Y

Final proof that Americans are
becoming security-minded is fur-
nished by policeman Dan Thomp-
son, whose beat is in the little
village of Adams New York (pop.
1,743).

Eric Adams, a tourist from To-
ronto, was taking some snapshots
of the local fire station and hotel
because his,own-name is the same
as the village’s/

Up stepped 60-year-old Police
Constable Thompson to tell tha
amazed Canadian: “Hgld it, bud.
We've got village rule here,
covering internal security. No
pictures.”

Arms, factories, and military in-
stallations are unknown within
miles of Adams.

JAP BUSINESSMEN
ON VISIT TO U.S.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 5.

A group of 29 Japanese busi-
nessmen arrived here Monday on
the last leg of a 20 day visit to the
U.S. where they haye been ob-
serving the trends of American
industry,since the end of = --

it is conceivable that even if an
agreement is reached on the
ceasefire line some other issue
may break up the negotiations.
General Ridgway insists that his
army will not put down arms un-
til all the details of the cease-fire
have been worked out.

One that is likely to be trouble-
some is ule matter of providing
for the inspection to see that both
sides are abiding by the cease-
fire line. There will have to be
some _ sort of - assurance. on
patrol in neutralized ‘terfority “or
construction of fortifications and
of aerial activity, Ridgway will
be responsible for the-system for
guaranteeing the terms of cease-
tire, but Communists are likely to
balk. That is a lesson they have
learned from headquarters in
Moscow. Stalin doesn’t want any
foreigners moving freely through
Russia and talking with people.
Correspondent in Moscow Henry
Shapiro cannot leave the City
limits without special permission
which is rarely granted. Even
ambassadors in Moscow some~
times find it difficult to travel be-
yond the city.

Obviously, no ceasefire agree-
ment is worth anything unless both
cides abide by it and it is going to
take some _ painful hours of
negotiation to convince Reds that
they have to abide not only in
words, but in spirit and action.



—_*

jom. Word from reporters there
is that one overriding reason is
pushing the Communists toward
the agreement — Chinese Com-
munists have no relish for going
through another winter in which
Despite all these difficulties cold and disease will claim as|
there is still optimism in the many or more lives as allied guns
mudhut truce village on Panmun- and planes.—U.P.



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Hurricane Fund
Goes Up And Up

LONDON.
The Jamaica Hurricane Relief
Fund now stands at more than
£115,000 and the sale of tickets
for the concert at the Royal Festi-
val Hall, London, on November
27, is going well At a meeting

held in London to launch the sale
of tickets, more than £500 was
raised by the auctioning of bottles
of champagne and nylon stockings.

“We hope to raise £5,000 by
the concert,” said Lady Huggins,
chairman of the concert com-
mittee. “To give everyone a
chance of helping, the tickets
ices range from ten guineas to

os.

Princess Alice, Countess of Ath-
lone, under whose patronage the
concert is being held, has met the
artistes who will take part. Taey
include Rudolf Comacho, the i
maican singer, Anna Oiticica, the
Brazilian soprano, and Livia Rev,
the French pianist Mr. Walter
Susskind will conduct the Philhar-
monia Orchestra.

—B.U.P.

French Ministers
For The Caribbean

NEW YORK.

Four French Government offi-
cials, led by M. Antoine Pinay,
Minister of Public Works, Trans-
port and Tourism, have arrived in
New York on their way to visit
Guadeloupe an d Martinique,
where they will study the pro-
gress of public works programmes

in those colonies.
M. Pinay told reporters that the
public works programme in

France has been a factor in con~
taining French Communism, but
that “good common sense” and all
kinds of social reforms have also
been responsible. ,

—B.U.P.



Storm Lashes

Morocco

RABAT, MOROCCO, Nov. 6.

A violent storm broke out over
the Moroccan coast last night,
lashing the countryside with sand
and torrents of rain endanger-
ing shipping and tearing down
trees, telegraph lines and destroy-
communications in some parts of
the country. No casualties were
reported or damage estimates re-
ceived,

—B.UP,

Persia Turns To
Russia For Sugar

; TEHERAN.
Persia, left short of sugar by
Britain's recent action in cutting
off supplies, has ordered 32,000
tons of sugar from Russia, it is
reliably learned in Teheran. Russia
delivered 20,000 tons of sugar to
Persia in the first nine months of
this year, about 20 per cent of
requirements,



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(From Our Own Cofrespondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 2.
The Hon. Tubal Butler, mem-
ber of the Legislative Council,
accused the Minister of Com-
merce, Albert Gomes of trying to
make him make a fool of himself,
and attempting to hold him up to
public ridicule. Butler called im-
mediately on the Hon. Mr. Speak-
er for protection.

The matter arose, when the
Speaker made reference to a
question of the Hon. Butler at the
last meeting to the giving of pri-
ority over all other business his
motion, and all other motions
dealing with the economic crisis.

The Speaker explained that
Mr. Butler’s motion had been re-
turned to him, after the meeting
so that it could be put into the
proper form, and he did not re-
ceive it back. He further ex-
plained that there was no motion
in his office relating to the econo-
mic crisis, and he was at a loss
to know to what the Hon. member
was alluding. At the first avail-
able opportunity he intended to
correct statements which from his
knowledge were incorrect.

Mr. Butler: I am not pretend-
ing to know what is at the back
of this movement, but I shall
repeat my request this morning,
and perhaps in plainer language.”
Mr. Butler explained that he had
no ulterior motive, and indicated
that he had not received a copy
of his speech relating to his re-
quest, but that he never intended
to give the impression that he
meant that matters relating to the
economic crisis were being kept
in the Speaker's office.

Non-KExistent

The Minister here rose, and
pointed out that it would be im-
possible for Government to pre-
sent or consider a motion which
did not exist. He being the Min-
ister directly concerned with. the
subject which he referred to as
the “so-called motion” stated that
it was not presented to the house

by the Hon. member for West
St. Patrick. He repeated that he
was most anxious to have the

motion discussed but he was be-
ginning to feel that the motion
had not been put because it is so
much more convenient when it is
not put to say to the people that,

Government was reluctant to
eonsider it.
At this stage Mr. Butler rose

on a point of order which he did
not state, because according to
him: “I cannot speak while he is
braying.”

Mr, Butler here felt that bring-
ing the motion now would amount
to making a fool of himself.

Mr. Gomes: Which you so often
do.

Mr. Butler went on to say that
the Minister of Labour wanted
the motion put now, whe. the
main purpose of the motion was
to prevent Government from in-
creasing the cost of living, “that
idea.is an attempt to hold us up
to public ridicule.” The member
stated,
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Canada’s Hapes
' For Revived
B.W.I. Trade Rise

OTTAWA.

Canada’s hopes for a revival of
her trade with other Common-
wealth countries, especially _ the
West Indies, have risen with the
news of the Conservative Victory
in the British General Election.

Trade officials in Ottawa. be
lieve there might well “be a
change in Britain’s dollar policies

under the new Government. Mr.
Churchill's stand for a stronger
Commonwealth might mean that

Britain would spread more of her
searce dollars among the other
sterling areas of the Common-
wealth, they said.

This would mean that Canada
could find larger markets for her
dollar products within the Com-
monwealth. Mr, Douglas Abbott,

Canada’s Finance Minister, and
other Canadian leaders have
asked several times that Britain
ease the dollar restrictions which
are strangling trade between
Canada and the British Carib-
bean.

It was only a few months ago
that a British West Indies mis-
sion, which included the Hon.
Alexander Bustamante, of Jamai-
ca, Hon, Albert Gomes, of Trini-
dad, and Hon. W. J. Raatgever ot
British Guiana, visited London
and Ottawa to make a similar
appeal.

Nobody in Ottawa expects that
the new Churchill Government
will remove all the dollar restric-
tions. But the hope is expressed
that the traditional West Indian
market for Canadian goods will
be given a few more dollars to
spend on imports.

THere is also believed, to be a
possibility that the new Con-
servative Government might in-
stitute some form of preference
system.

Mr. George Drew, leader of the
Canadian Progressive Conserva-
tive Party, commented when he
heard the election news “This
is a glorious day for Canada, the
Commonwealth and the whole of
the free world,

“Once again Britain
her place jin world affairs and
give that leadership which is of
such vital importance to the suc-
cess of all our efforts in the great
struggle in which we are now en-
gaged. The people have now been
given an antidote against the
ereeping paralysis of socialism.
We are immensely encouraged.”

—B.U.P.

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1951-52 WORL
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WASHINGTON,







The 1950 U.K. sugar beet crop World sugar productior 19m 1- M than £1,000 eae kale
was the largest ever grown in 52 will probably be about the sar ralged “the British national
Britain and production per acre as in 1960-51, when it was the Catholic newspaper “the Catholic
was 17) per cent higher than in highest on record and 26 per cent Herald following a plea printed
the previous year, according to Sir ,xbove the pré-war average, ac- in its columns ox weeks ago.
Alan Saunders, Chairman of the cording to the latest crop fore- Most of the money, which. is
British Sugar Corporation. In- casts in Washington. Crops in the destined for children affected by
creased mechanisation, he said, United States, Europe, Australia e hurricane, came from ordin-
played a significant part in achiev nd South Africa are expected t y British Catholic homes and
ing this. ba be smaller, but this decline will be church communities
egal extraction kept pace With offset by increases in production The newspaper, in closing the
4 ant and a record total of jn ihe Caribbean = appeal, asked readers to send all
this year’s crop, but a tonnage 960-51 was a record at 36,560,000 the like, directly to Jamaica.

= otamnenas “Fee ms, compared with a pre-wai —B.U.P.
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average of 29,124,000 tons for the
1935-89 period and 31,927,000 tyns
roduced in 1949-50. European
production last season increased by

expected, added Sir /

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U.S. SAMPLES
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E . - one-third over the previous s@a- NEW YORK, Oct. 31.
gypt aises son and was 37 per cent greater Ore samples from the Barima-
than pre-war. Barama area of British Guiana
e Although production in the Car- pave been flown to the United
ugar rice ibbean was only four per cent States as a first step towards pos+
bove the previous season's figure, siple new American. mining in-
camo, NaMtes See Steno eateutase Tenet a ata! Wee ale
. . LODO, , pates 2 4Ke lecte »y Mr. A, EB falker, chiet
The Egyptian Government has jjcrease of any area Ses t of tha Muse Combed
raised the price of sugar by the a phen = -— yt » the s les will be
equivalent of about jd. per lb, to of Ohio, the samples wi be
fnance the re-employment af R 1 To Strike assayed in the company’s labora-
Egyptian workers leaving their ead y ae Oliver Sevmotit who
Sat ‘Sone Annee. vAbbecd LONDON, Nov. 6 accompanied Mr. Walker in his
Pasha, millionaire Chairman of the Marshal Lavrenti Bera, all- prospecting, said that special
board of the Egyptian Sugar Co. ? ywwerful Chief of the Soviet Se- attention was given to iron and
has offered to donate more than curity System, in a radio broad- manganese ores. He added that
£1,000,000 if the sugar price in- cast sald to-night that the Soviet the prospects were encouraging
crease fails to cover the extra Army stands ready to strike a and that the company would
expenses, deadly blow at any aggressor probably operate in British _Gul-
—B.ULP. —U.P ana, —B.U.P.







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HORNIMANS

Sugar Talks

In London

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Nov. 6.

Commonwealth sugar producers
in London are now nearly ready







to commence their discussions
with the Ministry of Food. A
Draft Agreement incorporating

the points of view of all Common-
wealth representatives is being
crawn up by a Sub-Committee
and as soon as this has been com-
pleted—probably on Thursday—
the delegates will inform the Min-
istry.

Barbers Talk
Too Much

MUNICH, Nov, 6.

Hungarian Communists ordered
all barber shops to be closed that
were hitherto not nationalised
Radio Free Europe reported today
It said that the step was taken to
end the “subversive talking” of
barbers in small shops who es-
caped the nationalising measures







Nervo Is President
Of General Assembly

PARIS, Nov. 6.

Dr. Louis Padilla Nervo, 53,
the permanent Mexican delegate
to the United Nationg since the



first General Assembly in 1946,
and often mentioned as a possible
eandidate for the Mexican Presi-
dency six years ago, was elected



The purpose of signs is to tell
without words. This white horse

President of the sixth Genera symbolises Scotch at its very finest;
Assembly. Nervo received 44 ot whisky distilled, biended and
the 59 votes cast. Victor Andre matured by Scotsmen in the tradi-
Belaunde of Peru received nine tional ways that they, and only

votes, and Costa Durels of Bolivik
six,
American

they, know so well.

te, &*
bloe of 20 nations to
agree on a single candidate, and
although the Mexican diplomat
had only a minority support with-
in his own bloc, he was the num-
ber one choice of other nations,

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Thursday, November



END OF

His Excellency the Governor prorogued
the Legislature Tuesday at the end of a
three-year session which will go down in
the history of this island as one of the
most interesting periods. For two years
previously there had been the trying out
of the Bushe Experiment but during the
session just ended there was the practice
of party politics with all that it brings.

Looking back at the beginning, the pro-
gress and the end of the period, it cannot
be said that the people of this island have
been well served in all aspects of life.
There has been a further awakening of
the political consciousness and the attain-
ment of adult suffrage has come as the
crowning piece.

The programme of legislation during the
session cannot be said to have been out-
standing and in some instances left much
to be desired but initial efforts have been
made which will bring results at a later
stage. The provision for health centres, the
institution of a Labour Welfare Fund for
financing housing of sugar workers are
two measures of social importance long
overdue; and the appointment of a Co-op-
erative Officer is a step intended to im-
prove the economic condition of people
controlling small plots of land.

There is, however, the controversial
measure of nationalisation which hangs
like some dark shadow over the field of
public enterprise. It is in this instance
that the opponents of the doctrine contend
that what is good “for England is not
always good for Barbados.

The poliey of taxation, based as it is on
the threat to soak the rich, is another bone
some
quarters to be designed to put the shackles
on free enterprise. Coupled with this is
the Government’s refusal even to consider
the introduction of the Pay-As-You-Earn
system in order to spread taxation over a
wider area and so reduce the burden on
those now contributing by way of direct
taxation.

The absence of a Deep Water Harbour
and the delays in encouraging indus-
trial enterprise, duty free importation of
building material and tax free operation
for five years and that in enacting a
Hotel Aids Bill are set out against the
present Government as sins of omission.

But supporters of the Government con-
tend that present-day conditions would
have been the lot of any Government
which had been conducting public affairs
during the last three years.

It is on these questions that the elector-
ate, now increased from 30,000 to 95,000
will be called to decide next month when
the General Elections take place who will
take charge of our affairs. One question
which has come into the limelight within
recent weeks and which now threatens to
take precedence to many others, is that of
educat‘on. The general claim is that the
standard of elementary education, the
only form which thousands of children
will ever get, has deteriorated and that
whilst opportunity may have come to the
parents to earn greater sums by way of
wages, the money so earned is of little
value if there is no means of educating the
children for whom they are endeavouring
‘to lay the foundation of a better future.

It is the means rather than the ends
which will distinguish the political parties
who now court the suffrages of the people
and ask to be put. into power. The session
started with three parties in the House of
Assembly, but secessions and other cir-

cumstances: have. led to the dwindling
almost to death of one party. The end of
the session ‘harks ‘the end of a period and
one which might well prove to be of great

significance in the progress of this island.

A SESSION







}

LONDON.
Britain to-day is full of hope

jthat her new Conservative Gov-

ernment may be able to provide

janswers to many of the problems

\that have plagued her in the post-
{war y@ars, There is every reason
for the West Indies to hope, too,
that new light will be shed upon
|their problems.

On some issues closely affecting
ithe West Indies, the attitude of
jthe new Government is clearly
|defined. It is, for example, just

as strongly opposed to the con-
tinuation of bulk-buying of sugar
;and other commodities as it is in
|favour of the maintenance of the
‘complete Imperial Preference sys-
; tem.

| On other issues, Britain’s policy
,is yet to be clarified, One thing,
' however, is certain. It is that the
Conservative Gove nment is com-
\ mitted to abstrong Empire policy
,and that it will do everything
possible to ensure the welfare and
| prosperity of the West Indies and
other colonies.

The West Indies may now
| get a “second hearing” of
| many of their grievances
| which they have aired before
Mr. Griffiths, the last Colo-
| nial Secretary, and his prede-
cessor, Mr. Creech-Jones,
|

Mr. Oliver Lyttleton, the new
Colonial Secretary, is one of the
foremost of the Conservative lead-
}ers serving under Mr. Churchill
and his appointment is an indica-
tion of the importance Mr. Chur-
chill attaches to Colonial problem
Mr, Lyttleton’s father, Mr, Alfred
Lyttleton, was a distinguished

| Colonial Secretary in the Balfour
Government in 1903.

One of Mr. Lyttleton’s first av-
tions on assuming office was ‘o
send a message to all colonial
territories, in which he stated; “I
enter upon this great office with
full realisation of the vital impor-
tance of its work.

“I know how numerous, varied
end complex are the questions to
be answered in those territories,
I also know with what energy,
capacity and high sense of purpose
all concerned with them are
struggling to find the answers, I
am giad, and honoured, to have
the opportunity to play my part,
together with the peoples of the
territories for which I now have
responsibility, and with the Colo-
nial Service, in the common effort
upon which you are all engaged,’

Mr. Lyttleton has not been in
cffice long enough yet to have
given any firmer indication of the
policy he intends to pursue, But
trom statements made by Con-
servative spokesmen in the past,
it is possible to piece together a
picture of the form Conservative
colonial policy will take.

On sugar, for example, there is
a great feeling within the Conser-
vative ranks that Britain should
offer a guaranteed price for the
whole exportable quantity avail-
able from the British West Indies.
To try to force the price down by
importing sugar from foreign na-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





B.W.L?

By BUTE HEWES.

tioas on terms with which British
territories cannot compete, they
believe, is false economy,

Since the entire West Indian
cconomy is based on sugar, the
Conservatives believe that agree-
ments should be extended suffi-
ciently to allow these Colonies to

“ expand their production, Conser-

vatives realise very well that
should the West Indies, for any
reason, not be able to sell the
whole of their produce, then they
would be faced with a disastrous
position in a very short time,

This point of view was under-
lined by Mr, Peter Smithers, one
of the leading Conservative
spokesmen on West Indian affairs»
in a debate in the House of Com-
mons a few months ago, Pointing
out what would happen if the
firm foundation of the sugar eco-
nomy of the British West Indies
were removed, he added:

“We might be able to bkny
sugar sometimes elsewhere, but
we should certainly have to pay
more in doles and reliefs, in ad-
ministrative expenditure, and con-
ceivably in security measures, to
mitigate the hunger and misery
which would result frora the col-
lapse of the economy.”

On bulk-buying, the Conserva-
tive policy is equally clear, While
it is admitted that it may not be

s, pessible to return trade in essen-

tial foodstuffs to private hands
immediately, it is intended that
the bulk-buying policy of the old
Labour Government should be
discontinued as soon as possible.

A strong Imperial Preference
policy is another Conservative
promise, The task of the new Gov-
ernment is not necessarily that of
reversing the policy of its pre-
decessor, but of translating the
old negative maintenance of Im-
perial Preference into a_ positive
policy and its active development
in every field of economic life.

Industrial development of the
West Indies or diversification of
the Caribbean economy is a point
on which there is agreement in
principle between both Conserva-
tive and Labour parties, But the
underlying reasons for this are
very different,

When Mr. Griffiths was Colo-
nial Secretary, he advised the West
Indies not to “put all their eggs
in one basket” by concentrating
to such a great extent on sugar
production, but to expand their
output of other commodities, par-
ticularly foodstuffs and raw ma-
terials needed for their own con-
sumption,

“I believe it is unhealthy that
the whole of these communities,
with their growing population,
sl.ould have to depend for their
livelihood upon one commodity,
or upon one or two commodities,”
he stated in the House of Com-
mons,

Conservative advice to the West



Indies is to maintain sugar pro-
duction at its present rate, bui
also to develop industries that
will absorb the increasing popu-
lation. The Government realises
that it can play its part in help-
ing towards this end — by im-

proving the position, by
speeding up voed bhiining in the
Colonies, by removing tax
anomalies and by working out a
better arrangement for the conver-
tibility of dollars earned by the
West Indies,

Tax anomalies have been a sore
point with British investors who
have tricd to support industrial
cevelopment programme in the
West Indies. Some colonial terri-
tories, in an effort to attract frosh
capital, have offered special in-
come tax concessions, freeing thes
investors from the obligation o
paying normal tax rates on theii
profits. This advantage, however,
has been almost completely wiped
out by the British Government,
which has claimed full tax pay-
ments at the heavy British rate.

Dollar convertibility is closely
related both to the problems oi
industrial expansion and Imperial
trade, While again there is litt
possibility that the Conservativi
Government will be able to relax
dollar restrictions at once, it i
certain that thegWest Indies wil
soon be able t@ spend more o
their own dollar earnings on thei:
own requirements. This, of course
would go a long way toward:
ies.oring the traditional track
links with Canada, now in dangei
of being shattered.

Federation in the British Carib-
bean is, on the whole, not a part)
issue, The conference of West
Indian representatives, invited b)
Mr, Griffiths to meet in London
early next year, will go aheac
under the new Government, it is
expected. The Conservatives be
lieve that Federation will brins
political and economic advantage:
to the West Indies.

There is probably a great dea
more intimate knowledge of Wes
Indian affairs on the Conservativi
side of the House of Common:
than on the Labour side. Three
outstanding young Conservative
M.P.’s — Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd,
Mr. Bernard Braine and Mr. Peter
Smithers — have all made it their
business to specialise in West In-
dian affairs.

All have travelled in the West
Indies, to acquire an_ intimate
first-hand knowledge of the prob-
lems on the spot, Indeed, Mr,
Braine and Mr. Lennox-Boyd
both toured the Caribbean this
summer and had to cut short their
tours to return to England to fight
the election campaign.

That these M.P.’s will be as
vociferous on West Indies matters]
in the new Parliament as they
were in the last one cannot be
doubted. Their efforts and those
of the Government as a whole
may make an enormous contribu-
tion to the welfare and pros-
perity of the West Indies.

—B.U.P.











Trinidad Cocoa Depends On

LONDON,

Although Trinidad produces
only one per cent of the world’s
cocoa supplies, it is naturally very
jealous of and wishes to retain
what is known as the “Trinidad
flavour,” according to Mr. E. W.
Leach, Director of Agriculture,
Trinidad,

“It is only through having that
Trinidad flavour,” he declared,
“that the cocoa industry has been
able to survive in Trinidad at
various stages during the last
thirty years and that Trinidad
cocoa has been able to command a
premium,”

“There is a danger in the pres-
ent high prices and excess of de-
mand over production, in that we
are apt to lose sight of the im-
portance in the years to come of
preserving quality. I am sure that,
as far as Trinidad is concerned,
it is very important that we should
continue with this work and im-
prove the quality of our cocoa.”

Mr. Leach was taking part in a
discussion at the 1951 Cocoa Con-
ference, organised in London by
the Cocoa, Chocolate and Confec-
tionery Alliance, Ltd. The Alli-
ance has just published a full re-
port of the proceedings, together
with the highly technical papers
presented to the conference by
leading agricultural scientists.

Among those who presented
papers were Professor C. Y. Shep-
hard, C.B.E., Vice-Principal of the
Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
culture, Trinidad; Mr. K. W. de
Witt, Mr. F. W. Cope and Profes-
sor F. Hardy C.B.E., of J.C.T.A.,
staff: and Dr. W. G. C. Forsyth
and Mr. J. E. Romboutsm of the
Colonial Microbiological Research
Institute, Trinidad.

Chairman of the session devot-
a to the Trinidad cocoa industry
was Mr. L. R. Vyle, of the Alliance
Cocoa Committee, who paid a
warm tribute to work does’ by the
LC.T.A., this year celebrating its
25.h anniversary.

It was Mr. Cope, a plant breed-
er in the Trinidad Cocoa Research
Scheme, in the course of a highly
technical paper, who spoke of the
experiments conducted to discover
exactly what factors are respon-



Our Readers

Stupid Methods

TY» the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR—Now that the election
campaign has got under way it is
interesting as well: as distressing
that the candida.es of both
political parties have not seen fit
to address themselves to the issues
which matter.

the last few

There is at present grave pub-
tic dissalisfaction over the educa-
tional system and the results over only public hospi
years,
candidate, who
should be able
people whose votes he wants, on ment has been
the proposed remedies,

Then there ig the lack of proper years that the



Say:

seeks election is even more
to address the especially when a

social services and the long delay Hospital costing i

The only me.hog which is being 1" establishing

used to capture popularity is the The need for pre-natal and anti-




villifying of opponents, Apart natal treatment for mothers is munity without offering any sort stitute the only m
from the stupidity of this conduct Obvious to anyone who uses his of service to the middle class. It is ity.
it does seem to be harmful to the ©Y¢S. The conditions at the not to be understood that these .
candidates themselves, in that Hovpital where it is alleged that people should not be looked after who ‘should not
they do not give the electorate there are two or three people in but it is not quite understandable
any evidence of what they are ne bed needs some suggestion for why middle class people should be
capable of doing or what their eee, ee , The ect at denied a service which is granted
arty ca o to relieve the suffer-e'88ue is whether there wi 2 to others. . :
fe of eectie néw hospital at Waterford where There is also the auestion of West India
the Government has 54 acres of tenantry roads. The Government To The Editor, T
It is clear to intelligent people land lying down or whether the has set a fine example in ‘he Pine SIR,—We have
that tl is a deliberate at'empt present Hospi‘al in Bay Street will and the Bay Estate Tenantries how easy it is for
to dodge the issues rather than be extended and a maternity but hesitate to make private ¢ racehorse Over any
face up to them Hospital added. It is regrettable owners do the same for people (Shorthand writ

that in a community where there
are said to be 212,000 people the

affairs of Government for five

Flavour

sible for the distinctive Trinidad
flavour. :

“It would not be surprising to
find,” he declared, ‘that the loss of
flavour in Trinidad cocoas, rightly
deplored by the manufacturers,
was connected with sub-optimal
supplies of minor elements obtain-
able by the trees from the dete-
riorating Trinidad soils, there hav-
ing been no radical changes in
the genetic make-up of the trees
over the last few decades.

“Lack of good flavour in fer-
mented tea has been shown to be
due to paucity of copper in the
leaves. It will also be possible to
investigate in a few years’ time
the effects on flavour of different
intensilies of insolation, as influ-
encing the metabolism of the
cocoa tree, and of irrigation,
mulching and fertiliser'treatments,

“It is the firm intention of the
C.R.S. to submit samples for
quality tests of all promising pro-
genies arising from its cocoa
breeding programme. By the time
these progenies come into bear-
ing, our knowledge of the inheri-
tance of flavour characteristics
may have advanced sufficiently
far to enable predictions to be
made in any later breeding pro-
grammes. It is also possible that
the proposed cocoa collecting ex-
pediiion to Colombia and Vene-
zuela may find new breeding ma-
terial to introduce desirable fl»-
vour qualities into our present
colléction of clones.”

Professor Hardy’s paper re-
viewed the work done by the
1.C.T.A., at its experimental River
Fstate, but pointed out that these
experiments referred to a partic-
ular type of soil and a particular
set of ecological condition.

“For purposes of comparison,”
he said, “certain of the experi-
ments should be repeated ona
different kind of soil. To this end,
the possibilities are being exam-
ined of establishing a second small
cocoa experiment station at the
eastern end of Centeno Estate, re-
cently taken over by the Trini-

ital should have cussed on the pu

conducting the

-

who ren: from them.
matter which could well be dis- B.G.

It does seem that our polities
one maternity have become very parochial and 1
n the vicinity of that the great issues are entirely waxing so hystevic
medical services. £5,000 ($24,000) should cater to the Overlooked whilst

less responsible section of the com- Standards of public conduct con-

celves to the things that matter.

dad Government as an experi-
mental area and scientific head-
quarters.”

Statistics presented by another
speaker, Mr. L. A. Byles, in a
paper on world trends in supply
and consumption of cocoa, traced

recently
‘roadeast from Miami, Florida, with trans-

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,



A Second Hearing For | CARIBBEAN
FISHERIES —

CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croix.

FISHERIES experts of the Natiogal and
territorial governments associated in the

work of the Caribbean Commission will meet

in Trinidad next March to discuss ways and
means of promoting Caribbean Fisheries.
Final decision to this effect was taken by the
Caribbean Commission, when it approved
the arrangements proposed by a Preparatory

Committee for the holding of such a con-|;

ference.

The agenda for the meeting includes the
»xecurrence and distribution of commercial
ish species in the Caribbean, including lob-
iters, shrimps, oysters, sea urchins, etc.;
echniques practised in the Caribbean for fish
apture; types of fishing craft in use in the
Caribbean; marketing, including storage and
listribution; methods used for conserving
ind processing fish in the Caribbean; culti-
‘ation of fish in ponds; and application of
ecent technical knowledge to exploitation
nd development of new fisheries.

Special papers will be presented for dis-
ussion. These include two by Mr. D. W.
Viles, Fisheries Officer, Barbados, on “Fly-
ig Fish Research” and “Government Assist-
nce in the Development of the Fishing In-
‘ustry of Barbados”. Mr. E. J. Reijntijes.
‘isheries expert, Surinam, will submit a
reatise on “Cultivation of Fish in Ponds,”
‘hile Dr. Morice and Ct. Blanche, of the
‘rench Departments, are furnishing a study
n “Distribution of Fish Species in the
rench West Indies.”

Besides the official delegates, observers
vill be invited from the various interested
astitutions and organisations in the area, in-
‘luding Development and Welfare Organisa-
‘ton, the University College of the West
"adies, Jamaica; the University of Puerto
Rico, the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
ulture, the Marine Laboratory of the Uni-
versity of Miami, the Lerner Marine Labora-
tory, Bermuda; and the United States Fish
and Wildlife Service. The independent re-
ublics of the area — Cuba, Haiti, Venezuela,

end the Dominican Republic — will also be

»sked to send observers.



WEATHER
STATIONS

CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croix.

THE United States Weather Bureau has
inaugurated a _ meteorological

the decline in cocoa production in! issions exclusively in radio teletype, Dr.

the Caribbean over the last twen-
ty years. From a production of
63,000 tons in the 1930-31 season,
cocoa output in the Caribbean de-
clined to 46,000 tons in 1950—51.
This decline was even more mark-
ed in comparison with the steady
rise in overall world production.
In the current season, the Carib-
bean crop was only six per cent
of the total world supply,. as
against twelve per cent in
1930—31.

Mr. Byles’ figures traced the de- |

‘ .
cline in cocoa production in Trini- |" World Meteorological

dad from 27,000 tons in 1930—31 |
to only 8,000 tons in 1950—51, |p
Trinidad's share of world produc

Rafael Pico, U.S. member of the Commission,
told the Caribbean Commission at its cur-
rent session.

Dr. Pico, who is Chairman of Puerto Rico’s

Planning and Urbanisation Board, released
this information during Commission consid-
eration of the report of the first meeting of
the Eastern Caribbean Hurricane Sub-Com-
|mission of Regional Association IV of the

Organisation. This

meeting, held at the Caribbean Commission’s

Trinidad headquarters in June of this year,

tion fell over the same period pane was a follow-up to previous Commission-

5.1 per cent to one per cent. More! sponsored

than half the Caribbean cocoa!
crop in 1950—51 was produced by !
the Dominican Republic.

weather experts,
vecommendations which called for action by

informal of area

several

conferences
and had made

Figures for cocoa exports show ‘\he Caribbean Commission.

a corresponding decline. Trini-
dad’s exports fell from 24,000 tons
in 1930 to 7,000 tons in 1950. Mr.
Byles pointed out that the per-
centage decline in Trinidad’s ex-
por.s Ifis been from five to one
per cent of the world total, al-
though the latter figure was double
that of a few years ago. All other
West Indian cocoa sources also
ehow a decline,

Among those attending the con-
ference were:—

Mr. J. W. Vernon, of the
West Indian Department, Colon-
ial Office; Sir Eric MacFadyen,
president of the Imperial Coi-
lege of Tropical Agriculture;
Mr. A. E. Trotman, Director of
the Jamaica Department of “a
cul ure, accompanied by

SP vopper: Be We Lenah, Mr] United States and French Governments, and ||}

Andrew | My
Thompson, President of Regional eactat!

Director of the Trinidaqd Depart-
ment of Agriculture; Sir Harold
Tempany, former Agricultural
Adviser, Colonial Office and Mr
R. Souness, M.B.E., and Mr. E. A.
Andrews, of the West India Com-
mittee, London.

The Miami broadcast is the result of one!
of these recommendations, as is the estab-|
‘lishment by the French Government at

4uadeloupe of a rawinsonde station, This

station will play a very important part in

he prediction of hurricane formations, and|”:
yermit earlier warnings to be given. It will

tlso make it possible to forecast the path of |

iurricanes with greater accuracy, and give

idvice of changes of direction, which previ-|

ously have not been very satisfactory.

The Caribbean Commission recorded its) |
’ppreciation of the prompt action of the!’

1oted with satisfaction that Dr.

sion IV of the W.M.C., had expressed)

\pproval of the work of the Trinidad meet-
‘ng, which, he said, had greatly advanced sci ’
—B.U.p, Cause of meteorology in the area.



This is a Let Us never cease

the lowering of Swell-headedness

myself

guessing. As Lou
VOTER. I love that boy!”
n Cricket

he Advocate—

distance.

ers please note).position. Naturall

(greatest country in the
blic platform so West) if that would encourage
Surely a only 339 beds instead of 600. It that candidates for election would them to do better j

regrettable and hear the opinion of the people and
Labour Govern- get their reaction.

But what are the Australians the W.1.,

Personally, as an old

to congratulate A day or two after, the same voice,
not so elated, declared that the
W.I. had romped home an easy

n future. Iwas winner. Fancy! Time to eazy |

truly sorry that the donkey did whether the English L is
not fare so well asainst Trinidad’s ten .: devalaihon

Shetland pony a day or two ago.

undergoing

steep devaluation
Down Under,

Already I hear that
in the match against Queensland
with Christiani and
ical about? Is Gomez batting, are beaten. Even
the cause, or so, what of that? There is nothing

are they trying out new methods at stake.
eans of popular- {for producing cold feet in others?
It is an insult to the in- I hope not.
telligent section of the community fire-eater ’
hesitate to vote Coutse, I do adm
only for those who apply them-

Anything can happen in cricket
ithoseth? ae ee all know, but with Goddard

~ ‘nd his merry men it is ris
ire the way ‘in 3 it is unwise to

which Goddard has been shuffling shout too soon. Wait until you are |
his cards and keeping the Aussies

out of the woods.

Ho would say, tests. The right to barrack might

to win under even conditions—

When the second practice match that is a different matter. May —_
was halfway thro
all recently seen well-meaning Aussie commenta- Penny for the loser who c
a donkey to beat tor say in a glad-r
that the W.I. were

ugh, I heard a best win. I wouldn’t give



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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951



Kight Give Evidence

In Larceny Suit

E'SHT WITNESSES gave

evidence for the prosecution

at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday in the case in



Theophilis Parris of

Welchman Hall, St. Thomas,

charged by the Police with house breaking and larceny

with an alternative charge





Hearing of the case continues
t The hon, Mr. Justice G.
L. Taylor is pvesiding. Counsel
n the case are. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General for the
Crown, and Mr. E, Barrow for the

rcused-—Parris. ‘The Police. are
alleging that on May 26 Parris
broke into “Parkes House”, the
home of Mr. Joseph Haynes at St,
Joseph and stole an eight tube
Pye Radio, a pick-up and a
Singer machine, the property of
Mr. Joseph Haynes.

He is charged with an alterna-
tive count of receiving stolen
property—a Pye Radio and pickup
knowing the same to have been
stolen.

First witness
prosecution

called for the
was Mr, Joseph
Haynes of “Parkes House”, St.
Joseph. He told the court that
n May 26 he left “Parkes House”,
St. Joseph closed for “Camarock,”
his beach house. Among the
items he left in the house were a



Pye eight tube radio, a Singer
sewing machine and a Garrad
pickru The radio was bought
for and the pick-up cost
about $: He paid $60 for the

machine,

Tuning Knob Scratched

On May 27 he received informa-
tion from the Police’ and on June
17 about 8 o'clock in the morning
the Police arrived with the Pye
radio, and the pick-up along with
the accused. He immediately ex-
amined the radio and_ pick-up
and they appeared to him to be
tampered with. On the radio the
tuning knob was scratched.

To Mr. Barrow, Mr, Haynes
said that the servant had lock-
ed up “Parkes House” and
that he had received a call from
the servant about what had
happened in the house. When
he went to “Parkes House”, he

noticed that a window which
is ten feet from ie ground
was broken snd a pane of

glass was out. He had bought
two Pye radios from Mr. P. C.
S. Maffei; he _ identified the
chassis of the radio brought by
the Police.

Mr. P.C.S. Maffei told the
court that he is the sole agent for
Pye radios in Barbados and on
December 19. 1949 he sold Mr, J.

Haynes an eight tube radio. Mr.
Haynes again came to him on
November 20, 1950 and bought
another eight tube Pye _ radio.
When he sold Mr. Haynes the
second radio he had a_ Garrad



pick-up and he handed him two
plugs.

The serial number of the last
radio is 897,453. To a question
put by Mr. Reece, Mr. Maffei said
that he had never at any time
done business with the accused
Parris or ever sold hitn a Pye
radio

Lorimer Applewhite said that
on May 26 she closed uv “Parkes

House” on instruction from Mr,
Haynes. This was about 4.30
p.m. When she finished closing

the place, she went to her home
which is quite near the House.

Fire At Seniors

About 9.30 p.m, the same day a
fire took place at Seriors Planta-
tions, St. Andrew and she opened
the house from the kitchen and
telephoned Bruce Vale Factory.
When she got up the staircase she
noticed that the bar to a door was
removed

The next morning she noticed
that the window against the tele-
phone was broken. She searched
the house and found that the
eight tube Pye radio, the pick-up
and Singer sewing machine were
missing.

Sgt. Henderson. attached to
the District “F” Police Station,
said that on May 27 he receiv-

ed a telephone message and
went to Parkes | House, St.
Joseph, where he saw Mr.

Haynes’ servant Lorimer Apple-
white. She made a statement
to him. He examined a window
which was pointed out to him.
The inner portion of the win-
dow was completely broken off
and a pane of glass in the
centre was out. :

On June 17, he went to ine
house of the accused with other
police constables and made a
search. On going to the side door
the accused asked him to produce
the search warrant. This he
handed to him and on going into

the bedroom, he noticed a Pye
radio that was covered with
clothing. There was also a pick-
up.

Radio Identified

He asked the accused how he
had obtained the radio and
pick-up and the reply was:
“They are mine.” The radio and
pick-up were taken to “Cama-
rock” the beach house at which
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes were stay-
ing, and Mrs, Haynes after
operating the Pye radio identified

it and the pick-up as her
pecoperty.
The accused who was also

ken along in the Police van was
then taken to the District “F”
Police Station where he was
rmally charged.

Before adjourning the Court
ntil teday, Mr. Justice Taylor
‘old the jury that the Court did
»t expect the caSe to last so
long and if the case was expected
io be of such duration he would
have notified them to come pre-
ired, The jury is empanelled



Red Riding Hood
Outsmarts the Wolf!

sunny day a little girl cailed
Hood went to visit her
ho lived ina small house

of receiving stolen property.



Dog Show Will
Be Revived

AT ANNUAL EXHIBITION

There will be a renewal this
year of the competition for dogs
at the Annual Industrial Exhi-
bition which takes place on De-
cember 5 and 6, the Secretary of
the Agricultural Society told the
Advocate yesterday. Last year
there was just a display of dogs.
aoe competition which was car-
riec



on some years ago had
ceased for some time. This year
it will ‘be organised by Mr. Ian

Gale, Acting Editor of the Barba-
dos Advocate

Five Cups_have been offered for
competition in the section. One by
Messrs. Y de Lima & Co.. Ltd. is
for the best exhibit in the show;
one by the Agricultural Society for
the best locally bred exhibit, one
by Messrs C. F. Harrison for the
best dog in the show, one by the
Advocate Co. Ltd for the best she-
dog in the show, and one by Messrs
Alphonso B. de Lima & Co. for the
best pup in the show.

The Seeretary said that entries
for the exhibition are now coming
in, He said that the cup previously
presented by Barclays Bank (D.C
& O.) for the best exhibit of fruit
was won outright last year by
Castle Grant Plantation and this
year the Bank will be presenting
a new cup for a similar competi-
tion.

In ‘the, sheep section, Messrs
Alphonso B. de Lima have present-
ed a challenge cup for the best ex-
hibit
Competition Re-organised

The competition for sugar and
molasses has been re-organised.
The competitions previously held
for plantation white crystal sugar
and straw crystal sugar have
ceased and in their places will be
competitions for clear straw crys-
tal sugar and yellow grocery sugar.

A cup for the clear straw crystal
has been presented by Messrs
S. P. Musson Son & Co. Ltd., and
one for the vellow grocery by the
Barbados Sugar Producers Asso-
ciation.

The competition for choice
molasses has also been dropped
and in its place will be a competi-
tion for Special Fancy Molasses
A cup for this competition has
been given by the Agricultural
Society.

Work has been started on the
erection of booths in Queen’s Park
for the exhibition,

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
IN GRENADA

(Frem Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGES, Nov. 7.
Besides the usual church ser-
vices on Remembrance Sunday,
November 11, there will be a
Parade Service at Tanteen at 10.30
am. after which there will be a
March Past by Ex-Servicemen,
Poyal Welch Fusiliers, Grenada
Volunteer Constabulary, G.B.S.S.
Cadets, Boy Scouts and Girl
Guides. The Last Post and Re-
veille will be sounded by R.W.F.
buglers.



BARBADOS



REINFORCEMENTS OF TH



friends as their train leaves








London

BOYS’ CLUBS PREPARE,
FOR CHRISTMAS SHOW

all of the

NEARLY Police Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs are
preparing to have a Christmas show. They are now
preparing for these shows.

Within the past iew months classes in cooking, pastry-

making and flower making

Say Street Girls’ Club, The instructors are Miss G, Wil- District :

have’ been introduced at the

liams, Mrs. E. Knight, Mrs. O. Symmonds, Miss S. Harper

and others.

are also taught embroidery

This Club has a membership of 57.

The girls

The Club is

, and knitting.

partly supervised by Policewoman Babb.

bo cawom n Bat ! in her
month report, writ2s; The
girls are displaying great enthus-
iasm over the new classes,

The Speightstown Boys’ Club
has the strongest Boys’ Club
cricket team. That team has al-
ready played against a few B.C.L.
sides, Apart from cricket, the
toys take an active part in table
tennis and gardening. It has 45
members, 35 of whom attend
regularly.



Classes

Classes are held in shoemaking,
carpentry, tailoring, mit making
and basket making. The in-
structors are Mr. E. Johnson, Mr.
B. Redman and Mr. K. Downes
P.C. 437 Fontellio is the super-
visor. The supervisor’s report is
that the boys are showing a keen
interest in the various trades.

The District “C’ Boys’ Club,
St. Philip, has 37 members. On
Monday classes were started in
shoemaking and _ tailoring. Al-
ready the boys have thriving
vegetable gardens and they are
given religious lectures by In-
spector Chandler. The indovur
games are cricket, draughts,
dominoes, and table tennis. P.C.
168 Sparrock is in charge of the

Club. Miss I. Kirton and Miss
G. Bushell are arranging the
Christmas programmes at this
Club.

P.c. L. A. Forde, who was

formerly in charge of the District
“A” Boys’ Club and who is assist-
ing in arranging the Club’s Camp
at Gun Hill, is now attached to
Central Station. He is clerk te
Major R. Craggs, Fire Officer,
who is now responsible for the
administration of the Clubs.



Colonel Oliver Broadcasts
Poppy Day League Appeal

SPEAKING over Radio Rediffusion

last evening, Col.

R. W. Oliver made this Poppy Day League Appeal :

Another year has gone by.
anniversary of Poppy Day

To-morrow is the thirtieth
first held in 1921 and it will

be the thirtieth occasion that the Empire has set aside

a day for remembrance of

those hundreds of thousands

of men — arid*women — who died or who were wounded

in the Great War.
Nowadays we include those
unfortunates who died or who

suffered other distress in the War
of 1939. so that the calls upon
the British Legion are as great as
ever, and the need for funds, year
by year, therefore grow no less.

I wonder how many of you
know the story behind the inspira-
tion which gave us the poppy as
an emblem of remembrance.

Poppy Story

During the second battle of
Ypres in the Great War an Army
Officer, Colonel McRae, had a
premonition of death. He had
seen enough of war to know that

in the incessant bombardment of
trenches, the murderous blast of
machine-gun fire during an

attack, or in the misery of filthy
mud which dogged men day in
day out, the chances of survival
were very slight. He was a
medical officer and whilst he sat
down to wait for the first casual-
ties to come in he _ wrote this
poem in his field pocket book

“In Flanders fields the poppies grow

Between the Crosses row on row

Where our place is; while in the skr

The larks still gaily singing fly

Scarce heard amidst the guns below

We are the dead. Short davs ago

We lived, smelt dawn, saw sunsets glow,

Loved and were loved, and now we die

In Flanders fields

Take up our quarrels with the foe,

With failing hands to you we throw

The Tarch. Be yours to hold it high

If ye break faith with us who die,

We will not sleep tho’ poppies grow

In Flanders fields.”

He was killed the next day, but
the words he wrote were taken
up by the millions who lived and
tomorrow we again honour the
memory of those who kept the
faitih.

But a big bad wolf saw Red Riding Hood
and ran to the grandmother's cottage
When Red Riding Hood arrived, he
pounced on her and cried, “Aha! Now
I'm going to eat you up!”

Small Pensions

Last year more than 35 million
poppies were sold throughout the

world and in Barbados over
$7,000 was raised, Our local
branch was enabled to assist
disabled ex-servicemen in dis-
tress although the pensions and

grants are, pitifully small, and to
send £500 to the central Haig
Fund of the British Legion, I
wonder if you know that the
thighest pension we are able to
pay here in Barbados to an Ex-
serviceman in distress amounts to
the pitifully small sum of $8.00
a month,
rent,

This fine movement started as
a means of relieving the distress
following the first War. This last
War of just a few years ago pro-
duced nearly a million casualties
in dead and wounded of Empire
men-in-arms, We who are alive
and well through the efforts of
those who fell, can show our
gratitude by giving generously
tomorrow. Every penny you can
spare will be devoted to helping
some man who lost a leg in keep-
ing your world free, or who needs
the skill of plastic surgery to give
him a new face—or a dog to help
him walk in his blindness.

Not enough to pay the

There may not be enough pop-
pies to go round tomorrow, but i!
you are offered a paper tag,
instead remember that the
sught behind it is an appeal to







u_to give generously to the
grandest cause the World ha
ever known—to keep alive those

who died and
you alive.
(8:

uffered ' to keep

Remembrance Day

REMEMBRANCE
vice is next Sunday. After
service, about 11.10 a.m.,
Excellency the Governor
Altred Savage will lay a
on the cenotaph,

As usual, Church authorities
have been invited to hold special
services throughout the island
The two minutes silence will be
observed at 11 a.m,

The Governor will
special service St. Michael
Cathedral which begins at 10.30
a.m. and is expected to finish
11.10 a.m, The Lord Bishop wil
pray for “those who died that
we and our children might live

Af.er the sermon the congre-
gation will stand for the Memo
rial of the fallen and the Bishop
will entrust to the Lord’s keep
ing, those who have died in de-
fence of Justice and Freedom.

DAY Ser-
the
His
Sir

wreath

attend a
at

When the trumpe.ers from the
Police Band sound the Last
Post, the congregation will keep
silent for two minutes Thi

will be followed by the trumpet-
ers sounding the Reveille. More
prayers will then be said fol-
lowed Hymn 172 (A, & M

the Blessing, The Holy Euchar-
ist, The Collects, The Epistle,
The Gospel, The Intercession and

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ADVOCATE

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CHEERFUL British reinforcements bound fog the troubled Middle East Area smile at relatives and
Waterloo Station in





Phones Out Of
Order After
Heavy Rains

One inch and 30 parts of rain




were recorded at Speightstown
» Tuesday night The heavy
rainfall in some districts on that
night left the telephone lines at
Police Stations, District “D",

and Belleplaine out

of order yesterday

The rainfall returns for
day and up to six o'clock
terday morning were City
parts, Station Hill District
parts, St. Philip 15 parts ,
George 71 parts, St Thoma 69
part St. Joseph 66 paris, St
James one inch and two part
St. Lucy 28 parts and St. John
one inch and 14 parts

Cattle Disease
In Grenadine

ST. GEORGES, Nov. 7.

Relief was quickly brought
last week to residents on Isle de
Rhonde, off the northern coast
of Grenada, who reported a dis-
ease attacking the 200-odd head
of cattle kept on the island. An
official party comprising the
Senior Laboratory Technician,
Colony Hospital, the Chief Sani-
tary Inspector and Agricultural
Department officer and Public
Works Depariment officer paid a
hort visit by auxiliary yacht
last Thursday.. They traced the
trouble to the pond from which
the animals drink, Three only
died and it’ was possible to ad-
minister treatment to the others,
which are well on the way to
recovery. Medicines were also
left behind and surveys made
for prompt cleaning of the pond
and other provisions made for
better water supply

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Libel, Slander
Action Filed

POR r- \F-SPAIN

The Ho Rajit Kumar, men
be of tie Legislative Coun
wan to know whether the «
juct of the Hon. Victor Brya
Minister cf Agriculture, who 1
cently took part in an advertisi
campaign ior a local brand
teer, and thereby received
least) a case of beer,” is keepin

up to the high traditions of con
Governme:



cuct expec.ed = of
Ministers
Mr. Kumar in his question aske
whether Government was
vare that according to a recent
advertisement appearing in the
local press the Minister of Agri-

culture received a case of beer fo
taking part in a commercial ad
vertisement campaign for a brand
of local beer? And would Govern
ment enquire trom the Secretar
f State and inform this House
whether the conduct of the Minis
ter of Agriculture referred to con-
forms to such tradition? The cop)
of the above question was signec
by Mr, Kumar and handed
the Gazette office by him
not Known whether the Speak
will permit the question to be
tabled in the Council. The Gazett
is now informed by Messrs. Davie
& Chislett, Advertising agents fo
Carib Beer that their
Mr. Bryan to act
in their recent competition
made wholly and solely on
basis of friendly co-operation
promoting a local product at
without any kind of remuneratior
being mentioned, suggested or i:
tended

The Gazette has apologised t
Mr. Bryan for any inconvenienc
he may have suffered through th
publication

Since this publication the Hor
Minister of Agriculture has file
n action against Mr. Kumar fe
‘bel and slander.

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finally the Post Communion (From Our Own Correspondent) |S) Hair Grips in Case x 1951 .
A detachment from the Bar- LONDON, Nov. 7. Ladies Hand Bag Purses % =
bados Regiment, the Barbados In Parliament on Monday Major eee as ys ) x
Police Force and cade.s’ corps Gwilym Lioyd George, new Food cadies Shopping Purses aS Zo x i , ~
will march from the~ Central Minister, is to be asked by Social- Comb in Case (3 kinds) % The Neu BA TA Shoe Store x
Police Station with the Police ist Mr, Norman Dodds, Dartford, Comb and File in Case % oe x
. > *
Band for the Cathedral at 10 “In view of the agreement with Sewing Set 5 No. 35 ° . %
a.th. On their way to the Cathe- Cuba, when he will increase the Book Marker. x At No, 35 Broad Street. >
dral, the detachment will go by Sugar ration? : Key Cases. x , j %
way of Spry Street. Going back this question might lead the Tobacco Pouch Zipp x We thank our customers for theim kind pat- *
to the Central Station, they will Minister to express the Conserva- Tobacco Pouch Button & 3
ass along St. Michael’s Row, tives’ policy on the issue of the Match Box Cases % conage in the past and now offer them improved z
Trat ee han are Broad Street abolition of the sugar ration Tray Purses I $
rafalgar Square, rou Street ;
, ay Sees ALSO 3 service at our new modern store which has been
f *rince e p et. ‘ .
“a ne Bey Matai, yi heal DIED SUDDENLY Zipp Wallets with the Map & } >
. or Ww 1 lay, others will be Three-months old Clyde Denzil of Barbados in Colour ¢ built for their benefit. x
ee ae Comments? of the Barrow, son of Leotta Barrow of Zipp Wallets with the Map S g
al if ions the “Officer com- Bowmanston Tenantry, St. John, of West Indies % i y
eae ores Barbados -sRegix. Led suddenly at about 4.30 p.m Cigarette Cases with Col- |x We trust your kind support will continue in the %
we ee on Monday. A post mortem ex- oured View of Barbados 1h De
ment snd “by'o'her organinations. “a Tination was performed by .Dr. Vadies Powder Compacts— * future x
C, L, Hutson, An enquiry was With Coloured Views of | is x
begun yesterday at District “C”. Barbados iv se wm, x
: "S* FORGED and adjourned, Chromium Cigarette Cases . ay iy AY *
‘NOTES vm ; with the Crest of Barba- CHAO =
IN TRINIDAD DECREE Iie! — 2 8
NID? In the Court for Divorce and Chromium Match Box Cov- 4 m aS
Fie é ‘ iil Matrimonial causes, the eae the ers with the Crest of Sar- 1% HOUSE OF SERVICE *
(F.tm Our Own vorrespone lent) Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore bailos ~
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Pe tee : Te Os. ; 3
The amount of paper money in ae ee vaaeemee y = are ged ~ \© ,eubenssonbeeerbonnbapinddbibabetbatabenadanin ail
gal circulat in Trinidad and z peer a small and easy to pack fo
ee ek ae a of 1950 was #aainst L. Kellman, respondent vosting and they are reas- { .
the Commissioners of Currency. No order wag made as regards PRICES RANGE FROM i a”
SS . - Te 9 =
Of this amount, more than to Costs 12, OUNTA TO $A .24 | @ FOR BEST RESULTS
$2,000,000 were accounted for by FOUNDATION OLD TO-DAY VOU GET ce en USE ae
ene dollar notes of “C” and “D” BOYS’ MATCH “TOK TOMORROW VOT i] a
series. The revenue derived from whe Foundation Past. va. pre SET THE REMNANTS ‘a ~ _— vie s
dividends on investments of bank mt. Cricket Match take place a! e w PURIN A « HOw § a
"Ss i > $36,547 ore an " Fs P =
than’ the estimated $500,000 andj “undation School to-morrow ai ‘no ulbsmeeend m5 IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS *
the expenditure charged to the in- 30 p.m when the following BRU f WEATHERHEAD &% s
» account amounted to $74,- ill represent the Old Boys a) H J J
= Hi, ccou = one of the invest-| ¥. Marshall (Capt.); S. Chase «& LTD bb . Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—Distributors an
5. The revaluation of the ate . L$ fi ) ‘
niente of the Note Security Fund} °'° Capt * M ere ‘3 " ; Ge Bg
in ¢ st increase 177,361 ing /#rke, ee ae oe , LP ESESFS-FS- OS ‘ 5
Dae Pie ee of ine] 3. Keizer and L Thomas NWS ZAEA AAS ZZZD w - a
vestments at that date, ce Tr os Te
During 1950 forgeries of notes
were detected and charges pre- 4 }
ferred against three persons and
conviction was secured in one
case. The Commissioners of Cur- ae f
rency are Mr. Louis Blache- Uf ( iy 2
Fraser, Mr. A. R, W. Robertson hia
end Mr, R. L. Gwatkin,
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Royal Puddings. Perfect at parties, won- BLACK, NAVY, BROWN, GREEN SUEDE,
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treat in-between meals, \

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from her basket. The wolf liked it so
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.







iatintaiianabe Ee Oe
The charge for announcements of oO
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- F R SALE
@agements, and "n Memovism notices i a
$1 50 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays “one epares week i2 cents anc
for any number o! words up to 50, ard cents Sutdays % words — over 24
3 cents per word-on week-days and —? 5 conis @ word week—4 cents o
4 cents per word en Sundays for exch | “077 on Sundays;
edditiona!l wor.
For Births, Marriage or Engagement
Snnounrements in Carib Calling the AUTOMOTIVE

charge is $3.00 for any number of words



up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each =
additional word. Terms cash Phon- 2508 CAR—Chrysler (Windsor) 1947 Model

between 6.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death

with new tyres. Aut ti fet
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clutch. Mileage 33,000 and in perfect

; condition, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616

_— 08 sae 6.11. 51—én

_—_————

BIRTH CAR—Rover 16 H.P. Perfect condition

throughout 24,000 miles only. Not driven

over 30 M.P.H. Treated as only child

CARMICHAEL — By cable yesterday | Must be seen and driven to be appre-

November 6th in Erie, Pa. Mrs. Charles | ciated. Apply: Courtesy Garage. For

Carmichsel Wave birth to a son at! Pedigree trial and full particulars

11.45 am. Weight 6% Ibs., nee Freda | Price $2,880 6.11.51—t.f.n.
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DIED

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RADIO—One 7 Valve H.M.V. Radio
4-1 reception, Holder Bros. Swan Street
Dial 3819 7.11.51—t.f.n





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her late residence St. Peter RADIOS — One 10 tube “Phillips™
7ne: Seneeal anv ee her residence att pacig in perfect condition, lovely Cabinet
4 o'clock for Boscobe:'s Cemeter MeL oon Senieee S taker tier
Wreaths accepted at Funeral Pariour, ition, os new. (Nb ‘Tendaeae Sftar
Half | Moon Forte, St. Lucy, before! ohisea appiy: The Sanaa eee
Edmund Carrington thusband), | B48) Co. 14 Swan Street. Dial sa20.
Violet, Stella, Mack, Martie, Elson 7 -.
tchildren)
8.11.51—1n LIVESTOCK
THANKS DOGS—Cross breed Aberdeen Cain
Bitch also two cross breed puppies (dogs)
WALCOTT-We the undersigned beg Reasonable price to good home

through this medium to return thanks 8.11.51—2n





















to all tho kind friends who sent
wreaths, letters of condolence, or in MECHANICAL
any way expressed their sympath; in | ———
cur recent bereavement, due to the TYPEWRITERS—One Royal Portabie
\ n of Mrs Eloise Walcott, late of | ty rpewriter, practically new, with magic
_ Upper Bank Hall Cross Road margin etc, also one 18 inch Carriage
Frank, Archie, Harold (children), Keith, } Ste ndard “Underwood” typewriter, very
Ciyde (grand-children} 8.11.51—In. | little used. No reasonable offer refused
Apply: The Standard Agency (B’dos)
IN MEMORIA Co., 14 Swan Street, Dial 3620
aids ahaibailelinemcintat erat i haters ce ih ee 6.11.51—5n
BARKER—In loving memory of my dear .
beloved wife Rudolfina Barker, who WASHING MACHINES and VACUUM

died on November 8th 1950 CLEANERS—Another shipment of the







t do not need a special day World famous HOOVER Washing Ma-
To bring you to my mind chines and Vacuum Cleaners has just
The day we do not think of vou arrived. Call early at K. R. Hunte &
Is very hard to find Co. Ltd., and save disappointment
Ever to be remembered by John u | Washing | Machine — $135.00, Vacuum
Barker (husband), Ton ‘and Pedre | Cleaner $75.00. Dial 5027 g PR
(sons) 8.11.51—1n. | HUNTE & CO. LTD, 8.11,.51—én
_———_.
CHRISTIAN—In loving memory of m; MISCELLANEUUS

ear beloved husband Emmanual Chris
tian, who died on November 8th 1950
~ UO not need a special day



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To bring you to my mind everybody taking, what about YOU?
The day I do not think of you Come in time at Kirpalani, 52 Swan
Is veny hard to find Street. 8.11.51—1n.
Ever to be remembered by Lilian -—_—_—_——————
Christian (wife) 8.11.51—In AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A
* . lovely assortment of American Christmas
CHRISTIAN—-In loving memory of our| Cards in boxes of 16 different Cards,
dear brother and cousin Emmanual | rather cute any uncommon, Clearing at
Christian, who died on November’ 8th | $2.00 per box. You should call at our
1960 office and see them immediately. The
One year has passed since that sad | Standard Agency (B'dos) Co. 14 Swan
day Street. Dial 3620 6.11,.51—5n
When one we loved was called away - on *
God took him home, it was His will COAT—One lady's fur coat muton

But in our hearts he liveth still

jamb dyed beaver, $100.00. On show at
Ever to be remembered by Norma Penco,

Terese Beauty Salon, McGregor Street







Lucille Gokool, Hilda Isaacs (sisters),| Dial 5038. 6.11.51—t.f.n
Harold Christian (brother), Will Clarke |——— ses
(cousin), Louise Clarke (aunt) FRESH SEEDS—Carrot, Cabbrge, Beet
8.11.51—In. | Zinnia, Snapdragon, Marigold .te., ete

ee ee ——————<==== | Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. ?.11.51—3n
HINDS-—-In loving memory of our dear

mother Mrs. Christina Julia Hinds, who

fell asleep on November 8th 1949



SPRING ‘CUSHIONS UNITS—Ready
packed Spring Cushions Units, just ready
for padding and covering at a price
of $2.00 each. The Standard Agency
(B'dos) Co. 14 Swan Street. Dial 3620.

6.11.51—5n

Sweet be thy rest,
And peaceful thy

God's way is best,
Thou art in His keeping

Angels shall guard thy sleeping dust
And, as thy Saviour rose,

The grave again shall yield her trust

sleeping;









And end thy deep repose o>
Ever semembered by Eri tens and) PUMLIC NOTICES
Myri Redman (daughters), Doyle, Egbert,

Alden, Granville and Vernon Hinds {| HWW aannis
(sons), Lincoln Henry and Eric Redman
(sons-in-law)}, Violeta Hinds and Ger- NOTICE
maine Hinds (daughters-in-law) .
8.11.51—1n. PARISH OF ST. ANDREW

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have
established my_ office at Turner's Hall
Plantation. Office hours Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.
to 2pm



RENT
FORK gE F. A. INGRAHM, J.P.,
Returning Officer,
Parish of St. Andrew.
6.11.51—t.f.n



HOUSES

























a Siglaie epiapllcslaed NOTICE
CALAIS—Dover Coast, newly built °
Bungalow on the sea. Three bedrooms. PARISH OF ST. LUCY
Fully furnished All modern con- Having been appointed Returning
veniences. From ist January 1962. | Officer for the Parish of St. Lucy, I
Dial 2307 3.11.51—6n, | hereby give notice that my office is
14.7 51.—t. f.n, | eStablished at the Selah Boys’ School,
accordingly.
PARK VIEW-—-Upper Roebuck Street e B. E. BARNETT
3 bedrooms Phone 2938 6.11.51—3n.
8.11.51—2n eT Tmmenatn ——-
NOTICE
>
LOST A&A FOUND FLECTORS, PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
I have established my office at
eer Andrews Factory, Mondays and Thurs-
LOST days 8 a.m. to 3 p.m
J. C. KENG,
A a Returning Officer,
5 A " 7 St. Joseph.
CAT Male Ginger colour; strayed 7.11 Sl an,

from Seawell answering to the name of
Ginger. Suitable Reward. Return to Mr
Lamming, Airport 7.11,51—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER AND REMOVAL





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
I hereby give notice that I have
established my office at Belvedere, near



The application of James Wharton of | Ridgeway, St. Thomas,

Boarded Hall Tenantry, Christ’ Church, Office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesday
purchaser of Liquor License No. 413, and Thursdays 9 00 a.m, — 11 a.m.
of 1951, granted to Goulbourne Ashby DOUGLAS HAYNES,
Alleyne, in respect of a board and Returning Officer

Parish of St. Thomas.

shingled sh with shedroof attached at
Tounsend . > 7.11.51—3n.

Pbenezer, St. Philip, for permission to
use the said License at a board, shingled
and galvanized shop attached to residence
at Boarded Hall Tenantry, Christ Church
within District “B"

Dated this 5th day of November, 1951
ro C. W. RUDDER, Esq..







NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. GEORGE
I hereby give notice that I have es-

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B" Peake De 4 Cone et tne eae
bmg ne comb og Ph ek pO Treasurer's office St. George. Office
(Bad) TAREE ETE se Hours: Tuesday’, Wednesday and Thurs-
N.B.—This application will be con- oN zrorl, 10 hai ue ee, mon will
sidered at the Licensing Court to be ad. .

be held at the Rosary as from the 13th

held on Monday, 19th day of November, ! instant













1951, at 11 o’clock a.m. at Police Courts, W. A. YEARWOOD,
Dist, “B.’, , 7 “Returning Officer,
' SA EM rege BHP Parish of St. George. |
Police Magistrate, Dist B 7.11.51—8n
8.11.51—1n, ‘
NOTICE
VERY POPULAR PARISH OF ST. LUCY
Applications for one or more vacant
are these Gas Cookers that are Vestny Exhibitions tenable ut the Parry
coming down. School will be received by me not later
per Just the sort of oven House- than Saturday 4th inst. Candidates
wives love must bo sons of Parishioners of St. Luey
ge Roomy and only one burner in straightened circumstances, and not

Easy to keep clean and mod-

ol
Jess than eight and not more than twelve
erately priced.
a YET FOR ONE?
——————————————————————

years of age

HAVE YOU BOOKED be obtained from the "arochial Treasurer
on office days A Baptismal Certificate

Call and see them for yourself must accompany each application.

before all are delivered

the Headmaster for examination on Mon-

day 12th inst., at 10 o'clock, a.m.







©. L. DEANE,
| Vestry Clerk,
St. Lucy
LADIES! Just Unpacked! 8.11.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James Sandiford of
Paynes Bay, St. James, for permission
\ to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
boarded and lvanized shop attached to

SPUN
SILKS!

in Plain Shades, Small and



residence situated at Paynes Bay, St
James
Dated this 6th day of November, 1951

To S. H. NURSE, Esq.,
Police Magistrate,

Dist E"'—Holetown
Signed LESLIE BAIRD,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at PWice Court, District “E” Holetown
of November,

——$——$—$— ee





on Tuesday, the 20th day
Large Floral, & Bordered 1951, at 11 o'clock, a.m. islet:
Designs. You would love ; Police Magistrate, Dist Te aoen
these. Call at — i —



ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

THANI-8ros

CURIOS ANTIQUES,
' JEWELS, CARVINGS
Pr Wm Henry Street Ih EMBROIDERIES, Ete.



THANIS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466

DIAL 3466







Forms of application must | Ware, Verandah Chairs,

Candidates must present themselves to | Linen Press;



Pedienasnscaie SALES

“REAL ESTATE|

“BOSVIGO HOUSE
St. Michael
of land; all enclosed

THE DWELLINGHOUSE
Open Verandahs, Enclosed Gallery, Draw
ing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bedrooms. on
very large, Toilet and Bath, Large Kitchen
Pantry, Store-room ete. and Cellars

The Government Water as well as
Windmill and Well, which supplies water
for gardens and lawn

Garage for 2 Cars, and Servants





Hall
thereabouts

Eagle
with 4 Acres or

contains,

rooms.
A portion of the land is planted in
Cocoanut Trees, Guava trees, Mango

trees, Golden Apple trees, and Breadfruit
trees and another portion of land planted
in Guinea, Elephant and Sour Grass

OFFERS EN WRITING will be received
‘%y the undersigned up to Tuesday the
13th day of November, at 4 p.m. The
vendor does not bind herself to accept
the highest, or any offer

Anspecton any day except Sundays on
application to Mrs Hanschell, Tele-
phone No. 2260

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
No. 17, High Street

Bridgetown
1.11.51—7n
——————

EVANTON

Situated at Top Rock, standing on half
an acre, having 4 bedrooms,
Koom, Sun Lounge, two fully tiled
Toilets and Baths, with Hot. Water,
Modern Kitchen. Outside 2 Car Garage,
Servants’ Room, Children’s Play Room,
The Gardens are well laid out, having
numerous Trees, with double entrance

The above Property can be purchased
fully Furnished if so desired. With pos-
session Ist February 1952. For viewing
ete. Phone 8657 6.11.51—In
—__—- meeerehuel>

PROPERTY: The dwelling house known
as LEE-SIDE, St Lawrence Gap, Ch. Ch
standing on roods, 36 perches of land,
containing 4 bedrooms with running
water, drawing and = = dining rooms,
Kitchen, Toilet and Bath, 2 Servants
rooms, Garage, electric light and Gas
Land sufficient to build 2 Bungalows
Highest offer not necessariky accepted
Inspection any day from W a.m
to 3. pm. Telephone 8123 for further
particu.ars, 3.11,.51.—Tn
SE

“SORN"

The undersigned will offer for Gale at
Public Competition a: their office, No
1%, High Street Bridgetown, on Thurs-
day the 8th day of November, 1951 at 2
P.m.

The Cottage known as “SORN”, in
the Ist Avenue, Strathclyde, contain-
ing Drawing and Dining Rooms, 2 Bed-
rooms (formerly 3) with all modern
conveniences, and the land on which
it stands, containing 5,510 square feet,
which is fully enclosed,

Inspection on application to R. A. Cor-
bin, General Traders Ltd

For conditions of Sale, apply to—














COTTILE, CATFORD & Co,
31 10.51—8n
The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public Competition at their office, No
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
the 16th day of November, 1951, at 2

p.m.

The messuage or dwelling-house known
as HARMONY HALL, standing on 2
Acres, 20 Perches of land, which is en-
closed, situate near Top Rock, Christ
Church, the residence of the late Mrs
I. A. Clarke

The dwelling-house
Verandah, Drawing and Dining Rooms.
3 Bedrooms, Toilet and Bath, Kitchen
Pantry Garage and Servants Rooms |

Inspection on Tuesdays and Thursdays
only, between the hours of 4 p.m. and
6 p.m

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to-

Sar tLe, CATFORD & Co

contains Open

1.11.61-
WORTHY DOWN

Situated at Top Rock, having 3 bed-
rooms with connecting Toilets and Baths.
Large Balcony, having a view to the
Sea. Lounge Dining Room, Modern
Kitchen, Outside 2 Car Garage, 2
Servants’ Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
Laundry

This Residence
throughout The



has Built-in-Cupboards
Gardens are well laid
ut and fulivy enclosed. There is an
Electric Stove, Frig., and Telepnone
already installed. Ready for immediate
possession Further particulars apply
Ralph Beard Phone 5110



7.1.51

-4n

AUCTION

I am instructed by the Executors of
the Estate of James E. Seale, deceased
to sell 5 chattel houses on the spot at
6 Ave., New Orleans, St. Michael on
Thursday 8th day of November, 1951
Sale 1 o'clock ;
O'DONALD DANIEL,

Auctioneer.
6.11.51—3n.

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

On Thursday the 8th November
at 2 o'clock at the Courtesy Garage
be sold by Auction’ one Vauxhall








1951
will
12

Car. Terms Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Auctioneer
3.11.51—4n



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
Thursday, 8th November, at Messrs.
Fort Royal Garage, St, Michael's Row,
(1) 1947 Anglia Ford 8 H.P, (Damaged
in accident). Terms Cash. Sale at 2

“m,
“! VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
4.11,51—3n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

SALES IN NOVEMBER

TUESDAY 13th Dr. A. G. Laacock’s
Sale ‘Aberdare’ Christ Church

TUESDAY 20th Mrs. George Clarke's
Sale Harmony Hall, Christ Church
THURSDAY 29th Mr. PC. Branch’'s
Sale Good Hope, Gibbs, St. Peter
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER





ON TUESDAY 13th by order of Dr
A. G,. Leacock we will sell his Furniture
at “Aberdare” Christ Church, which

includes
Good Dining Table (seat
and Arm Chairs; Flat Top Desk, Side-
board, China Cabinet; Coffee Tables,
Easy Chai fahog. Morris Chairs with
Coffee Tab ttached; Pictures, Wali
Mirror in Gilt F ne with Marble Shelf
Cordea Rockers; Round Tip-Top Table,
Hall Table, Upright Chairs, Ornament
Tables in Mahogany; Divan with Deer
Sleep Bed: Pye Radio and Pick-up
(good), Ping Pong Table; Glass and
China, Dinner and Tea Services; Plated
Princess Refrig-
Westinghouse
and

10), Upright









erator (18 months) and a
Refrigerator in working order, M.T

Enam,. Top Tables, Beautiful Old Maho«
Cheval Glass, Desk, Dress-
ing Tables; Mird. Press, Bookshelf in

Mahogany; White Painted Divan Bed-
steads and beds; Canvas Cots, Single bron
Bedsteads; One Burner Valor Stove;

Kitchen Tables, Larders, Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Tools, Wheel-Barrow Lawn
Mower, Roller Crotons in Pots and other
items
Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
8.11. 51—2n





For a radiant shine

| The quality
Metal Polish





Road, |

Dining |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





WANTED













It Is The W orking



as

impor

it

jance to the vital interests of
culture

HELP Class That Counts |
LAUNDRY MAID—Onc general laundry |
d Apt to Mrs B € *avilion, — BRYAN
ilastir 8.11. 51—2n
\NAGES frat vs. od Mr. T. O, Bryan, speaking at}
. West. Tadiont Pikateiteee pee 1 Labour Party political meeting
ity for young unmarried man with |@t Station Hill last night in his
cater experience Position offers ort, said that in his opinion
salary and part profits of business. Box it was the working people of the
| R. B. C/o Advocate 611.s1—en Parish that counted and he was
| . =



EESIDENT CHEMIST—A_ Resident /the various working people
Chemist for Haymans Sugar Factory Ltd jorder to get their support.
Salary £750 per annum. Applications | p,yaq Aoki iia, tale
in writing will be recgived up to the tno 2 tye seeking re-election
20th November. For further particular e parish of St. Michael.











«at the office of CARIBBEAN THEATRES Party will inflict















!

92 People

St. Joha Needs

these figures show. ‘Trinidad and! Teaching
Tobago have the most—18,253 ve-
jhicles, ineluding 12,577 private
cars, 5,282 commercial motors and
394 buses. At the other end of
the scale is St. Kitts, Nevis, which
has only 198 cars and 93 commer-
cial motors

Werld Average
§

Throughout the world, the aver-
age “motor population” is one
vehicle for every 33 people. The
West Indies, therefore, are well
below the world average, but
there are many areas of the world
much worse off for motors, China,
for example, which has about one-
fifth of the population of the
whole world, has not many more
motors than the West Indies, giv-
ing it an average of one motor for
every 8,745 inhabitants.

Une and ag
the villages
parents
| tion
hand





and speak

concerning their
As a teacher he got
information in this

to

jed Chief Officer
Department and
had had occasion
valuable service to the
worker, as some of them
were no doubt very
He was now a
prepared to use
in their interest,
Mr. Niles then
things which he
in
benefit of
especially
John.
Among
for the
better

in the
there
to be

again



lawyer
his
spoke of
would

the
for

people and
the people

the things he
parish, he said,
The water supply
other

of
territories

“motor population”
West Indian
includes 15,776 in Jamaica,
4,255 in British Guiana, 4,074
in Barbados, 2,617 in the Ba-
hamas, 939 in Grenada and 481
in St. Lucia. On a purely pop-
ulation basis, the Bahamas are}
best off, with one vehicle foe
every 29 people. St. Vincent
the worst off, with only

motor for every 192 people.

Other Colonies
Compared with other British

Colonial territories, the British}
West Indies are very well off for)

taken in St, Michael.

the electorate at the polls

service.







cne

To Leave For

Mexico

MILAN, Nov.
of l.alian





A group

taking the opportunity to talk to

itr

Mr.
for

h

i

apps’ to T. A. Gittens Esq, C o Messrs He said that the Conservatives
see & Connell 7.11.51—4n |had always sent their people to
| _STENO-TYPIST: An experiencea "Sister, He appealed to the
Steno-Typist for our Office Apply ins Workers, who had derived so
| Person with written application to See-;much benefit from the Labour
retary Dowding Estates & T: Co Party organisati :
Tt. Map Saree on | ar organisation, to allow the
ia Mee es onservatives to take the Con-
‘THEATRE MANAGER—A fulltime servative people but the working
Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE— (class to back their own. If that
Barbarees Apply by letter and person

vere so he is sure that the Labour

LTD., “The Banyans” Bay Street, : a severe defeat
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, |©0 the Conservatives, The Labour
| on or before November 20th. The sue- |Government will collect the £80
cessful applicant must take up his duties | /, mm >» ) > » .
by January 4th. All applications treated |”! a ae of the Conservative
lin steae Beashaaioue 4.11.51-—dn indidates to help the people.
A dedhquaeichcanietniatan id ie miidiaiesetadaaae Mr. Bryan said that it was the
| REPR TATIVEFull time repre-/\"omen who had the trouble of
j sentative wanted for Canadian Life (ctre “} , ih ‘ "
|Insurance Co., in Barbados Applica ae nt a money | brought
tion in writing are invited which wilt| "OMe by the men and they must
be treated in strict confidence. Apply: |"ealise that every increase for |
| “Insurance Underwriter’, c/o Barbados |the men is a benefit to them
Advocate 3.11.51 “Ours is the only organisation
ge: ill haciid inate + | ‘hat spells salvation for the work-
|ing elass of the island,” he said,
| He had absolutely no fear as to
» jthe ultimate results of the elec-
ne oO Ol | tions,
| “Ladies and gentlemen, I have
every confidence in your good
For Every “= |

Better Water Supply

r THE Barbados Electors’ Asso-

In B. WL elation held a_ political meeting

jlast night at Gall Hill, St. John,

DETROIT. in support of the candidature of

There is one motor vehicle| Mr. G. B. Niles for the parish of
for every 92 people who live in| St. John at the next General Elec-
the British West Indies, according ee ya the oy of Assembly
to statistics just compiled by the!, “* ?4"Be crowd attended and
U.S. Automobile Manufacturers’ peers 4" co poise an inter
nie stp t P erp egec e
Association. in Detroit knew about, their sufferings and
The total “motor population,” pes condition he said. As an
including private cars, commercial |¢!ementary teacher for 10 years
vehicles and buses, throughout}®€ had always come in contact
the West Indies is 48,535 vehicles, | With the parents of the children

he would tell them, was
jayot confined to the c lass-room and
iin he wouid go into
the
condi-

first-
respect
Since then he had been appoint-
Labour

e

of very
poor
present
well aware,
and was
knowledge

the
fight for
the House of Assembly for the
more

of St.

desired
was a
‘and housing
scheme such as had been under-

Finally he asked the support of

and
promised to give them of his best

Italian Racing Aices

motors. In Kenya, for example, 154. ‘luding : eee
there is only one motor for every |?! coe ee. Se h Peroe
901 of the population and the | Alberto Sceari Luiz, Fillosi Poe-
other African territories do not|“® 4nd Felice Bonetto leave to-
show ‘much better figures. In the|'°rrow by air for Mexico City
United Kingdom itself, the aver-| where they will compete in the











age is one vehicle for every 14|Grand Prix of Mexico.

people. Asceti Villorsi and Taluffi will
Nearly all the cars and com-|
mercial vehicles in use in the| e¢ | Mexican contest, Italian

West Indies are imported from|pilots will fly to South America,

the United States, comparatively | y here they are scheduled to

few coming from Britain. But| participate in a series of compe-

dollar restrictions keep the rate} itions in Argentina and Brazil.

of imports down, —vU.P.
In 1950, for example, the U.S sees ia ae

motor industry exported only 84)

cars and commercial vehic i to
the whole of the British We:

q

dies. The Bahamas took i. of!
these, British Honduras took 19,| A Baby-Boy
Trinidad and Tobago took 17 and







Asked | whether four-month-old
Central African
announced that a _ statement on
this subject would be forth-
coming soon — probably within
the next fortnight.

Regarding the future of Colo-
nial Development Corporation
| Lyttelton said he had had con-
\versations with Chairman of the
Corporation, Lord Reith “and |
think we see eye to eye as to how |
things are to go on.”

Lyttelton could give no indica
tion at the moment of what colo-
nies he may visit apart from |
Malaya where he is due in the
next few weeks. Pointing out he
lis coming straight home from the

he favoured baby.—U.P.

federation he



{i
i

| by OSBSRS LANC AS 1












POCKET Ser oon

ow

| Far East tour which will be of
short duration he commented
that he hoped to be as _ \ittl {
'“chair-borne ag possible”.
|
How Long ?
i
He added then something) [ ss —<= |
which gives food for thought to’ | YOFG FOR i
those who wonder low long! } LIEFTLEHAMPTON «
Lyttelton may occupy his new AwD i
office—an appointment which sur- , y al
n6}
prised everybody. He said I [REDUCE EVERY THInE
hope to be freer,;next year if 1
jam still here.’ Don't took round now, Du
With Lyttelton at the confer- can you remember offha
. 1 > i 2 ’ ,
ence were Minister of State just what it t a en j
eat clear and simt c '
the colonie Lennox-Boyd affords 1mm ale and |
t Secre of cont n pro or? j
Le M ter RE ae enema





Jane Russell ‘Gets’

Jamaica took 13. Only two : NEW YORK, Nov, 7
mercial vehicles and no private| ,Film star, Jane Russell arrived!
cars went to Barbados, three to|°¥Y plane from London to-day with |
the Leeward Islands and four to}! !5-month eld boy, whom she}
British Guiana. as handed as a “gift” by a
34 —B.U.P. overty stricken English mother.
Che actress d that there was
iieeeinpesiansnitie only an outside chance”, how-|
4 ‘ver,. that she would adopt curly-
oN G |nead Thomas Cavanagh. She said
oO omg ‘T will take care of the baby until
! find a home for him. 1 feel that
Baek t is not in the best interests of
the child or myself to adopt him
vhen his parents know the boy's

From page 1 | hereabouts.’

Several questions were asked Mrs. Cavanagh, who had seen
as to how far this expression of\Miss Russell only in the neigh-
policy might go. Would it apply | bourhood movie house, offered
to measures pending in say East/the star, her youngest child, afte
Africa? “’ am not going to com-/| reading that the actress had been
mit myself on what is pending”, Unsuccessful in her attempts to
he said. idopt a brother for her adopted

ri
ot
|

ii
|

{
s

te

rv

h
a
th

p

¢
West Indies had shaken confidence



ef the
repercussi
the

sulting neces
to develop agricultural production

Governments

and



n the stability

Ce

GAIRY

@ From page |
to ensure representation of all |
tant sections of the commun-
due weight and import-
agri-

y giving

and commerce.
Lecked Resources
Drawing attention to the
outside world and local
ons he said we lacked
resources to subsidise the con-
umption of imported goods or
ontrol their prices with the re-|
ity to do our utmost}

state



and make
of locally

limit
use

» the
yaximum

the
grown

foods.

He felt that the island's best
ope was sharing a_ regional
pproach through public corpora-
on supported by the sever:
charged with the
romotion of agricultural, tourist
industrial development. He
i the recent tersencies in
renada and elsewhere in the



and good faith of

small islanc Gevernment anc
the Regional authority would
inspire a greater co nfiden re in the
nvesting public which a sine
cua nen of free enter ri
Positive Action
Referring to federaticn he saic









PAGE SEVEN

MALTA.

@ From page 1





German Firm Makes
World's Biggest
Pumping Station

except building stone and a little
food.

cg BREMEN, Nov. 7 The Island’s industry is virtu-
_it has been announced that a ally defence, and the Maltese
German engineering firm has ,

contention is tha i i
nearly completed the construction | ~” : is that their existence

of the world’s biggest pumping relies: on factors depending, to
installation, which will double} *” abnormal éxtent, on the
the drinking water supply of the} 2¢c!sions of the N.A.T.O. chiefs.
city of Buenos Aires. The con-| 2Â¥t from all available comments
struction is being carried out on|2%¢ from an air survey of its
the orders of the Argentine Gov- harbour, which in two world
ernment by the Bremen firm of] ¥@"S @¢commmodated the fleets
Kleinschanzlin-Bestonbostel of Allied Western Powers, thete”
The company said that it prob-] 8 NO indication of an industria

ably will be completed by the end} decline in Malta. To the visitor





of the year The installation] rom Britain, to the sunny Medi
weighs 260 tons, and its engines|‘erranean Island, where . fuel
have 21,000 horse power. hortages and electric power cuts
The station for Buenos Aires] don’t count, where there are
already has been completed at the| more than 12,000 motor cars
same plant and is scheduled tc{(many bearing ‘Allied Service
be shipped to Argentine some-|pennants) and where income tax
time this month.—U.P enly two years old, the threat
f war appears fantastic. Yet
this heroic Island is N.A.T.O's
IR ‘ N front line of defence. —U.P,
@ From page 1
purely personal contract basis Ships In Touch With
Americans and Western Europe-
ans other than British, But they

Burbados Costal Station

added that depending on circum-







































this would socner become a reality | stances, even sor i
> | ste S, some British migh .
when lip service was converted tc | be employed 5 ¥ Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd. ‘advise
the right attitude of mind anc . © x they can now communicate with
€ 8 é e ‘ | Sources said they understood] the following ships throuwh t*eir Bars
hoped next year's London con~}that Mossadegh has constantly | 24% Coast Station:—
} ference would be followed by jargued that if Iran can sell the
yositive action ini ss. Lucky Star, s.8, Agamemnon, s.s,
pea SOnoluded that \Grenmee’ ; minimum of 8,000,000 to 10,000,000] quilmes. s.s. Alcoa Clipoee a pode
conc udec ‘ aa tons of oil and oil products an-[s.s. Pinnacles, ss. Rosario. s s Merton:
problem was twofold, — sociai! nually to Brituin and other coun-| +s. Brazil, ss. Willemstad, ss Canadian
economic, and while not wanting | tries Iran will be able to pay its Cruiser, s.s. Scholar, s.s. Alcoa Pennant,
to indulge in recriminations he | way and will not need foreign aid : aoe ae s a eee, 2s.
said the economic effects of Febru- | Further they said this would al-|« « Kaia Knudsen, s.s. Cavalaire, ,
} ary and March last were grave but | Jow Mossadegh to embark on the] Antartic, ss. Rrospector, s.s Hydra,
| the social effects were even more policy of popular education of the] ‘%% @rpathian, s.s. Ross Sea, 5.5.
|serious because the human mind masses to which the Premier at- Piivesiee ta Oe. SS ee oe
, alkanger, #8 a a ; ‘
| was more delicate and the human jtaches great importance.—U.P. Pioneer Glen, s.s. Naranio i “e
soul more valuable than the con-
tents of a man’s pocket esas ise acted a
He pleaded for unity and co-op-
eration with the renewal of the
kindness and good manners for
which Grenada was formerly
known. If the people wanted bet~ | ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED eo
ter social services we must work (M.AN Z@. Line) %
hard for them and it was up to te . % The M.V. MONEKA will accept
their representatives to encourage 5.8. "Pow ADELAIDE is sehedulec «& Cargo and Passengers for Domin-
‘If-hel herever they went © sail from Hobart September 25th,|\$ ca, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and
self-heip wherever th . lelbourne October 4th, Sydney October | $ st. Kitts. Date of Sailing will be
Oth, Gladstone October 16th, Port Atma e Notified
= xtober 20th, Brisbane October 27th, | ¥ The M.V. CARIBBEE will ac-
| Co operation rriving at Trinidad about November x cept Cargo and Passengers, for
| Ist and Barbados November 4th % Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
| Wishing members a successful In addition to general cargo this! Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Sat-
term he pledged co-operation essel has ample space for chilled and | urday, ard inst
civil service, and willingness te | 4" frozen con i a et" % The ay DAERWOOD wit
’ * Cargo pted on nrough s oO *& accep’ argo and Passe rs for
meet members at any time to dis-| ¢caing for transhipment at Trinidad to & St. Lucia, Grenada and Aruba,
cuss policy tvitish Guiana, Leeward and Windward - and Passengers only for St. Vi».
“Our task is not an easy one slands : ‘" * cent. Date of Sailing to be Notti-
let us tackle it earnestly and with 6 ietian Gite Be no be. ant |S Swe SCHOONER OWNERS’
spirit of mutual respect and good- DaCOSTA & CO, LTD., ¢ ASSOCIATION (INC)
will. | Trinidad, Barbados, \ Consignee, Telephone No, 4047
MONTReAL, AUSTHattiA, NEW v
“> PPSOPOUPOOSPOOPOOO™ % BWI P.W.l. | 4666666o
. oles priienniajiinieantncennlndda eer
% |
XS Cn att Vacant >
* Situations Vacant = Ste 0.
x x
% LADY ON HOLIDAY—Desires ¥
X young lady companion, White
‘ preferably Age, twenty-five to s :
% thirty. Call after 11 a.m, Hotel §,
x Hastings Ltd 6.11.51—-6n x
FT as sed ehdiids is -
3 cereccooocseceseseeow NEW YORK SERVICE
——eeeeee, | 3S. “SEABREEZE” sails 3rd November—arrives Barbados 13th November, 1951.
oes \ STEAMER sails 23rd November arrives Barbados 4th December, 1951.
\ A STEAMER sails 14th December —errives Barbados 25th December, 1951.
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WEST INDIES Ist Innings 19% _By HYLTON CLEAVER 4
QUEENSLAND ist Innings th Three of fouy Britons, an air- 9 THE BARBADOS 4
al WEST seoyEs tnd Innings man, a Grand National jockey, ERNIE 4
Stollmqrer ¢ Grout b Smith il ; > . . =
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Rae ¢ Sanders b Archer : : :
Marshall. b Rinker wee rT Marine are to be matched against F y ¥ - LABOUR PARTY . ‘
Weekes ¢ & b Raymer 3 the world in tests of sportsman- be ean Christiani c Harvey b Raymer 0 ship, endurance, courage, initia- N#AKLY 20 years ago at the White City, London, heavyweight boxer Larry Gains outpointed the Ital- i n : ‘
Guar < tive’ and skill in Sweden next ian giant Primo Carnera. They met again in Lon don at Harringay this week in what was billed as an | Our Ernie takes this op- at Speightstown, following Sanitary Laun-
ddard I.b.w. b McCool 42 week. elimination for the world's catch-as-catch can wrestling championship. Larry Gains is pictured pinning : St. Peter
juillen b Raymer oe The event is the world cham- Carnera to the boards, but Carnera was the winner in the fifth round..-EXPREBS. portunity of thanking his TO-NIGHT 7.30 dry Depots before De-
Ferguson }.b.w. b McCool 0 : ; ; ean sotp cirtaliaal coal actubniitinnniinealooiets le '
Tritt & SALVE? b Raymer g pionship of Modern Pentathlon, many friends. and members . at ber 3lst. 1950, will
Extras (byes 10, legbyes 4) 14 ft which the Swedes are masters. ° o'clock cember st, 1950, wi
- They are regular Olympic — t 1930 31 for turning up in full force
Total 22 champions. But year by year, ote us ra la our ven" Supporting the candida- be sold. In future, any
Bowling —Raymer took ‘kets lor BY competing in the world cham- last Friday. : : .
6p vans in 992 overs, 16 of which were pionships Britain comes nearer FIRST TEST M TCH a good undefeated innings for 53 ture of laundry or dry cleaning
mardens; M.~ool took 2 for 102, Arcier top standard, and, by 1952, should A in the first innings again put up a} TT r
1 feF 59 end-eemith 1 for #7 he among the leaders jin the x stout defence at number 4 and he | We shall be performing Mr. F. L. WALCO & not redeemed after three
QUEENSLAND 2nd INNINGS Olympic Games at Helsinki. : ' . received good support from Bir-| Mr. K. N. R. HUSBANDS thin wail ts 1d
Archer not out ; 12 Who are the Englishmen? First, iPy eo. Ss. ¢ oppin kett who scored 64. again next i 7 monthe wil e sold,
Grout not’ out 17 Flight Lieutenant Jack Lums- R - Speakers will include :
Total for no wicket ... 29 eiehion on ae era iat thee, Played at ADELAIDE, to the effort of keeping the wi ae Lost This Afternoon Mr. G. H. ADAMS Country Road |
ner ms > J uA sap Pipes a? December 12, 13, 15 & 17. Australians fr a te hen play
second this year. The Sno ie be aabaliat eee from piling ure tall ended for thef FEE at 6 p.m. sharp. Mr. E. W. BARROW : Marh:
ay His experience includes winning The touring West Indies captain score He had Bradman caught 1 th West ‘pe
8 experience Inctudes nin’ G. C. Grant, having won the toss by Grant for 4 runs oy te “ei : Mr. J. CAMERON
my > e a Continental pentathlon at Vichy ‘Jected to bat under ideal weather ’ 5 a. Indies had lost} c . i" Aquatic Depot
Sugar Ray Likely To with Squadron Leader Podevin, a cenattone:cwoath ahd Hivwoett are this eet together seyen _ wickets There will be 2 call-overs TUDOR 4 Pp
is parachute instructor, which in- opened the West Indies’ innings seen and N icCabe io a fourth for 203 runs, and with the help of God Mr. K. N. R. St. Lawrence Depot.
Fight Tur im June cluded a realistic escape from a ynd Wall and Fairfax, the Austra-~ WiCKet partnership that was to Grant being 50 HUSBANDS
Pp prison camp. lian bowling attack. take its toll of the West Indian not out, and my supreme being I = T
NEW YORK, Nov. 7 Lumsdaine’s strongest line is The first fifty came in thirty-six bowling and place Australia in a The West In-|f ; Mr, F. bL;- WALCOTT. 211.51.n6n.
Gatun’ Gainatord Rlinsaer rp swimming; he hates running. minutes but with the score at 58 an Sop pvotns 8 win, which gies innin gs shall be amongst you. 8,11.51.—1n.
world middleweight champion Ray Captain Peter Duckworth, the Birkett gave a return to Grimmett ey eventually dic closed for 249 ;
Robinson said Wednesday that ae er is Sn eee: and he was out for 27. When stumps were drawn for next day, Grant Li saenshglieishteins eines ainaebigas
Sugar Ray will go to Europe in ;2, MS pice goes Major 7 the day Kippax was undefeated carrying out his a
late March or early April and poss- “Monkey Blacker, Grand Nat- Worse with 118 to his credit and McCabe bat for 71

ibly remain there. until the late ional jockey whose regiment is — Worse was to had put up a valuable 90 before Grant's feat of
summer with a title defence in *h¢ Sama as Duckworth’s, the 5th follow for the; he was caught and bowled by Scoring two not
London against Randy Turpin. Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. West Indies, for .

a : nal Constantine. Close of play saw OUt Innings Ing
Gainsford said Ray's plans shape They have held the team cham- the great . * the Australians’ reply with 297 each innings ot
up like this: He will defend on pionship ever since the war. George Headley], for 5 ; his first Test is »
December 20 at San Francisco ver- who went in to 5 : a record and is W. H. Ponsford
sus Carl Olson of Hawaii, He is Clumsy wehel bat at number Next day the Australians car- so unique that it should “emain so
negotiating for a title fight dn . one down was - ried their score to 376. Kippax for long time.
February at Chicago with ex- Third place goes either to Lieut. caught by Wall} eventually scoring 143 before he
champion Rocky Graziano, J. J. Percy, of the Durham Light off Grimmett was caught at the wicket off Australia needed 170 runs for ,
Infantry, whose forte is running for a duc k.}, Griffith victory and these were suppiuied by
Then he plans to go to Europe or to Marine Wood. Martin helped A ii

~ (ole Ponsford 92 not out and Jackson
stopping first in France to make a Modern Pentathlon is a clumsy the impetuous Tommy Scott took four of the

1" ; ; : five Austral rickets the ell 70 not out, the Australians win-
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timate 160 pound challenger then : : : oo. followed for a single. Highlight trously. Roach
Robinson will seek a bout with rounder so much the better. of the day’s play was a_fine went for 9 and
world light heavyweight champion 4, That is exactly what Modern jnnings at number 6 by E. L. George Headley
Joe Maxim either title or non- Pentathlon does, except that it Bartlett while Martin's patient 39 Who opened
title. seeks not the man who can heave before he was bowled by Grimmett With him scored
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On Monday, November 12th
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On the next

does not necessarily win If the side who are a game up

rubbers that counts in the ferring a speculative Five Spades 4

long run. to a cast-iron penalty. They are : Me ickets added
The chief contributory factor haunted by the fear that they i gut ten runs

to the losing of enormous rubbers may not get a second chance to Cc. V. Grimmett Grant carrying

is indiscriminate sacrifice clinch the rubber. out his bat for 53 and the innings

bidding without regard for the A first-class rubber Bridge closed for 296,

odds. Points by the thousand plaver never disdains a sure

Thé theme of this volume,
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Cc. V. Gri stt’s fi res were 7
would be saved and won if more penalty of 500 points at this for 87 eS a: ye Was is
players were aware of the mathe- matical fact that the side which 1 Five Clubs, even when reason- ne Snare match.
wins the first game has a three- bly certain that he can go out Ponsford and Jackson opened
to-one expectancy of winning the u a contract of Five Spades, the Australian innings and Con-
rubber. which has an equity value of stantine and Francis opened the
Thig cuts both ways First, a 00 Of the two “sure things,” West Indies’ bowling ‘Attack 1

non-vulnerable pair who gave jie Five Spade venture is the ix « & ack, In
1 Taber ab a cost of 600 start more likely to turn sour in case a brief period before lunch this
the next hand at the game ©! miscalculation. The penalty pair put up the half century with-
atrategical disadvantage. The {ay Pro bg smaller tt out loss,

r f cards are (/:9ped for, bu ne vulnerable
exraicable, mS" the score * de have at loast improved their Deceived
above the line may mount to ore and still have a three-to But after resumption Francis
astronomical proportions if the (« chance of winning the deceived Jackson with the flight
same tactics are, pursued. It is mu pet ante. oa) nakban! thet of one and Barrow made no mis-

» always W is par- stands t h TE ase ; 3 : eseo8
meanly. oware s rr the robber detensive overbidding calls for take in stumping him for 31 run;
go; while “Never sacrifice with judgment and partnership co ind the score was then 56.
a bad partner” is one of the operation ae the opponents are Bradman the rungetting machine
truest maxims in Bridge auy a % ane ne ey i came in and Grant gave Griffith
wane subject of scientific over. iter to Go auletly; but if. they A, ieee hs the — But

‘ing, jowever cannot P gre known to have the “clinch rancis was in the picture again
lightly dismissed. The second tie rubber” complex. a policy of having Ponsford caught in the
factor is a psychological one. keeping them under constant slips by Birkett for 24 and ‘the
a a orn type ae pressure pany well show a long- score at 59
able opponent, the most flagrant) term profit. ‘ *
flag-filying by the non-vulnerable Déndan ‘eanresk Garena: Bradman Out

London Exvrec: Sarvioa Griffith now added his suppor:

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FSTABUSHED 1895 T11LRSH I'KICF. FTVK TRUMAN CALLS FOR DISARMAMENT This Fateful November r %  BAU1 I I MM BOM YORK. Nov. 7. (ran new, %  %  on ctue son it'.. the. month Off three he Nation* bv %  .• three ixtnuti 1 r.them Wir III. second-ctllement ** 'he I %  > ir 'attouatlon of the Cold K ••. pgobaM* will be not because World War III i:. 1 .' • lk out in m 'li.it ,i sure-fire formula that guarantees peace dopted he%  I'mbcr lulcnliun* ill ln'i-iiiif Clear the next CommunM and ABtt-Communlsl blocs will have %  pretty clear each otrn i The piaOM where Uli %  clear are Paris nd the Korean truce town ol Panmunjom. No two opiruons jilKut the cold war coincide a tit most Informed a would agree with these generr.l i I'ommunists would Ilk't • end the Korea war rathei than tight throush another trying to tl Pajunun|om. But infj iover reached the %  l.ilkln ii specific : era] bmni Thai moans the sUDWasBaill BUI one. I mucb longer. EiUiei 111 be agreement or th.' | ...>|H'tHUl| JIl(| the war will 00 OB. R no* and probably has m of attacking anybody. rant to trying to knock over nations by military Dor MOW aboti %  doubtlaaa labo the nandJcafl < %  ( an inferior atomi< Dot veil Htd> I 11 lie tuitions. %  tO lil.ik I Seoturaa U. denounce! Americans and British as "warand try to win powei Itratlon. Yea" or "No" Third The big dilemma of the nmunial coalition is ui.>t Bchkrva %  %  .:: poalUoo H lut by so doing it gi' Di %  cbanca to accuse VOrld nf plotting war, Trial accusation docs not with public opinion In i %  .' | • 'l\il offact on the nation* Russia he ll.le,,the Russians shuuld be. tome < lew .it the United Nation Assembly. —fj*t*> Soviet Is Giving "Serioai Sludv" To'onema" MB Big Four Meeting PARIS No*-, l m B i -. prior to opening the Qtnenl Aatembly at 10.40 a.m. said that the HOTMI %  iorters that app Winston Churchill Praakdant Vincent Auriol for a Four Power meeting. that this posed q leatlon N it nee -IP Malta Is Europe's Front Line By HAROLD i.i \i;n MALTA. Nov. 7 THIS tiny warscarred Mediterranean i&li'.ixi. what year* atfo threatened to quit the British Empire and hoaffl %  ::ted States Ha is ranked by Seivne Chiefs of tm Atlantic Alliance as the pivot of tht wutrrarn flank in European Defence. It is not difficult to undorstai' Law on a flying visit to Ihaa island, which ha* bean a British outpost since ISM. why Malta must tfTWITfT .stratei'ic significance in this area of new international htresws and strains, resulting from Egypt's abrogation ol its treatv with Britain. Through Malta. pas* the Western Allies" sea and an rommuni[ cations with most ports of the '.Commonwealth and the Far East. In the concept of naval and an* strategy, the little island becomes virtually tlie gateway from the I West to bBdla and Pakistan ind [to the vast continent of Africa. On A Precipice ? Malta dOM not look like a U.N. Troops Re-capture Lost Hills BTll ARMY lig K I . United Nations troops have replured the last of three hills Reds in bloody lighting on the western front The bill. commanding a height 1 t of Yonchon. fell to a United Nations rtconi patrol which met aui little resistance. Most of the 1,500 Rods who had" seired it had apparently withdrawn under cover of darkness last night. Farther west Red troops drove Allied unita from a hill near KoraagjpOt hksweeai Nations forces re-grouped and ra t OOfc the height In a counteittack. Communist jet lighter ; idg thatr Brat ai Nottharasl Koi-ea todav. in 114 MIC 151 tasisdad with men than 30 United Nations pianos In teiree encounter*, but neither orod an %  I I I'II'/IIM.. Strategy 1st strategy in ground opinion colony and perhapi cipi.ee whl< .1 is. in 1H47 Malta was given responsible government through the legislative Assembly of 4u members | |me Minister Paul BoffB, who mt to London to put the Island's case to me Colonial 1 11. rattarned to tc-n his Parliament that the Island which arai presented w;lh the Oaorgj I ...... in i.eognitmn or thloyalty of ils popplti dining the war. could e*.pc financial aid from Britain. Disappointment stirred up lataot discontent, and element led by 'he former Deputy %  to haul do-Aii th Union Jack and liolst th. BMu and Stripes Then both BofTa and MintofT went to lxmdon. The British Government listened and dooldod to raai mH its ordaca for i certain workers in the naval dockyaid, which lh< nghUhg puszled Allied rrf.servers. ', Maltese said was aggnivatiim )!>• H • In Rods bagaa their heavy [crisis in the island. Wi ten fronl lUacki on Sunday.! .__ „ „ assumed that they were, Ju*' Suuerticial to push bach the United The ilntish (mx eminent gave NaUoni Una tO improve their hm-• Malta t 'lO.OOll.oiiu fo, namagi* position in the Panmunrepairs. t2.7ao.iHMl for food bupjom truce taUu. plies and dBWOlOpanesH purposes. However, the Communlits have land £120.000 lor the Malta Unipulled buck north after seizingvcrxity. These funds have brought Allied territory and holding It j what the Maltese described as a brief periods. -superficial" full cmpl..yr,icnl fm l>e trvmg merely to* ln e colony's 915.000 people which "No Going Back Lyttelton Says '* ssmto asg t the intention* ,*;ne a 'overnmoni towards i raj pressea again today at r-: press conference of Sec ,nv -j State for th. (liver Lyttelton. But he i giving nothing away, lie un the Kirge gatherinc of pressmen.' t be patient and wait for a" in III .dion nf Tory polio While recognising that Mr l.vttelton had an excuse In that he has only been in office a week. draw his ath "sU^ptOsOn'' in certain quarters •'"nies. regarding hhelr future under Torj rutf 1 vttelton'i ropl) **ss that he was being asked ret "g bfl tag early." I'roL'ressiie People You will find we %  progrcj'ive people in erge of i oiistitutioiial pre-1 the matter hanfaa, One thing about which he waa emphatic was that his polley iQUld not have an rconnmii bi^s to the disadvantage nf eonstltutsonal progre -. in II,.. development stilutional advancement srmsi rfD hund. On the economic side I ed out that the du narket in Ihc IK ..H IKIW paft j nd terms of trade an. t the primary producer. It was, Hkaty matnfora Iran arouW seej the aconon i nf the, arlth 1'ieii ,nn-' stituttonal adv.i' i No CMfll Hack ive eategorU.il afnim.dlon nU'rition to go back on such constitutional advance, a* have already been nude. There would be BO retarding of the in rial advance he dOl gj On page 7 Redthe Eighth Army keep balance A hill. northeast of Yonchon was taken by waves of screaming Chim Pa Reds yesterday, in one of %  •at Communist attack.-' in recent ini>nihs. Allito recapture the hill later in the day were repulsed. A reconnalsssnce fone e/N Bgnt out this %  i the ground for .. Inter nttncking force I' I* MANCHUR1AN FEVER" STRIKES U.N. TROOPS TOKYO. Nov . lieen learned that an ilgOgfla believed l > bt: an Fever' is striking United Nations troops in Korea. Brigadier General William E Shambora, the newly appointed Chief Surgeon of tiie United Nations Command said that dls\n..m epidemic —U.Pworks out at something like 3.000 • i tinsquare mile. The ni dockyard at Malta is the pn pal mean.-, of livelihood for colony, which prod ii' gj >n one 1 Muniirl Faitgio On V?uv To Vr-ri||ihii ROME, Nov 7 Argentine race! Juan Manuel F.mglo left |oi Argemlna aboard IB Ai.'.i.tme Airline^ | day, after a su.cesful European season, in which he won the world racing charm tathtp Aboard the same crait vrara ftT%  antlno drivers, Fo.ii.in cionzaies Marimon and Carlos Mendeteguy They were accompanied Valssco and Juan Guzzi A larjp crowd of racing enthusiast" gathered at the airport to bid ukj< well to the party^-U.P. Atomic Weapons To Be Banned • i^jsjaslp^ ''" SSSSBM WASHINGTON Nov 7 PRK8IDENT TRUMAN tu accept sweeping and l< posals including the nltim.ili weapons. In n worldwide hroadcasi on "international ti'.n" '! i the %  r rnha>|1 i hi ramana three) polni plai invent. tv ni ajj ,ir: i i armaments U and voflAad bj irtapactoi worl the United Nation Ihc I (.'i-ength > tnklng place j Ttaros Reduetsons 01 %  %  '.nt'.-lt)i .. ( 1 .!l fairness to all Such pi*ogramma would have i be agreed upon 1 rnlUtary posrec %  1 -II' Gairy On Executive Council REPUBUCANfi GAIN SEAT WASHINGTON, Nov. FfepuUilcns gained a Conaisponal "eat and several i Tuesday In scattered elections laraed by charges of crime Mid -eruption. Of .nmiidioii in the (inn'iiimrnt-sure to Uan issue ii the 19T.2 Presidential n —figured heavily m rat Tuesday's hallo.mr. Ci ime-buster, Rudolpli Halk I 3H. former Chief Cmir.el of the United States Senate Crime Com•-epped into v. danoy '' the New York City Council, the second highest office of the biggest United "-<' Running as an km'' Halley swamped the Democrat Joseph Sharkey. and ran rtnga around the ie|>n-Mnt:i(ne II'"r> J. Latham. the Kcpublicn nominee — UP MK R A BUTLER. *IUr kniiiing high rducstioiisl dfiUnctlonat Daaibridgv wsnt inta P*rliaran %  I n,name ha* been givrn to Uie Edncalloii Act of 1D4I win.-I; tir pilolrd Unoiigb Parliament when aliniMer of Educstion. sad I %  ln-hl Mimitrrlil pn*t at th IIKII. OaVe, lbs roealan Oft!.*and the Mmi.try of Labour. Aftor Hie Coiworvaiiva Party pssitod into Opposition in nil.'i. Mr Butlar '• %  nk a Iraging part In tlif work el it" ra organicatiiin. beeoming chsli BUM oi Uio OousatvaUve Roaosnli >..(. ulnniil |g lulu Ha tVS HI Indu in loM, snd educated at M-iiboionh and Canbndga. avers hU lathar uftar %  m lingiunhrd > iraai in udla. Iiacaoi* SaaM "f IVmbruko Collage. Britain Will Keep Sterling Strong BUTLER TELLS COMMONS GRIN M.MW.l %  %  i I ingMhea arlth T A Ms ad Cyril Sylvester, both tin* lattai 1 righting Uvt Ion u ik* i ihc Action i j '.'.,1:1 l*n atdenl i ) • igbl Ui Galry hu rival < andidati %  %  Ident prioi to ii arrival i '. C! %  iwng swoin ui i 'kson 1 1 Saved From Burnt Ship %  W.i %  ,.i irtt I 0th \touVrn Vr fupons Mark Red I)a% IK sll \l Kl nidi 1X)NOON Novembea 1 WINSTON iTHl/KCfffLL'S (on.rnineMf calM WrlBlrlollBj Ibr an ittthtfity programme lo avoid bankruptcy, mass unemployment and hunger. Chancellor ol the Bxchaquet K. A Butler shocked the KotuM oi I lommoni with tl nGiiticcrrvnt ihut Ihc dollar deficit In Octob ne was $320,000,000 and annuall) $3^40,000,000 Itntatn'^ total gold and dollai w onlv $^.My.ooo.ooo Butler announced a ma.v-.ive cut i" imports i .; aiitv beta i wc earn and what we hi lUVOt huv what we want W. shall lack a itl ,on ggnptoymanl and b • level We m < bo bankrupt %  Two Years To Salvage Ship/ rmaay, Nov I Salvage vxpei ts said that tl r Una motor-ship Malpu. irbJeh .sank off Hremer%  lay, aft co llidi n g ariia the United Statei (>iM*ral M. L. Heresy <.an be raised from the oc %  that the costs of salvaging Isoee n-oukl %  'i.ive, %  > %  : Il„t it might lake % long ai two >ears to raise the vessel, all of whose passengers and crew were saved down. They paid that the storms near the Frisian i land) a here the ghlabout is feet of water and the : d would be the major difficulties in carrying out any ^•orations of the Mai -HI —C P U.K. Troops Raid Egyptian Village CAIRO. November'7. BRITISH TROOPS raided an Egyptian village m the Suez Canal Zone, rounding up suspected tatroristi who had been pouring Sten gun Hrc into British Military convoy*. The British strike at Egyptian "underground" in Ihe troubled village of Abulgamous near Lsmailia. started shortly afler dawn. Ii Brag DWriagJ out without an) incident according to the United Press correspondent in Cairn. Meanwhile, the economic section of the Egyptian Itoeigfl Ministry recommended increased iradiby Egypt with Communist Eastern Europe. Thig move fOT close, Dr. w.th „ SHIP ADRIFT LONDON. N %  Ian battleship Bee Paula arh north c %  ivy AtlanI Iron and Steel .ght the. Mid they the ship Boa Paaaa '. JgS tow—r p. ARTIE'S HEADLINE I vaa before rhc rltt Probably change MOSCOW. Nov. 7 Soviet Russia paraded its mo lodi'in weapons through the Red %  o.uarc In subzero cold and snowlonn In one of It* most Impressive postwar shows of military might Scores of the latest type it1 planes raced low through a driving low storm. The demonstraUon marked tiV 34th anniversary of the liolshevi' Revolution. Minister of War. A M Valllevskl. read the order of the day to the troop and at Hired the nation that it *""' T()\ S (III TO 11 K Pound Declines \i:W YORK Nov. f. I he K r i I I a |i pound deelliied a i..-in of Prime Minister Cherrhlirs m luc*da> llnil IniiUnil is ihi. .it'ii.ii with n Mniiiii haaaiaatui Spreulaterunloaded hotli spot .md futures pnunds. and lone.i.di HI limn I.I lori prires Thr N d.i% luiure. position fir thr pound ihini|ied one a half rents lo %t 15 and day currene-. fell onnatf "in in g2 ;H3.—I'.P %  | Hnl II 1 | MAI. I ' %  %  %  Gratitude the I %  %  %  %  aid Ilka 11 b %  dccasaori with whom ta prhj vllegod t" serve, wiUi .1 special %  : %  gfjl he oer %  Reviewing the new cm in net pel 1 %  anai 11 ltd it .it UUg stage to 1 1 %  isosniriated 1 U M1 as well On gsise 7 vtait raked %  nre on the oi iTi-rnesffri Pa.nir wi um ihc luibuleni sea JKU utile> %  %  ...Ll.e.l %  V. 11.... inlsd tor known %  • eporteii ..I. Till. ,.i*i1 rrclt .nt ship RgUMH I 1. utoh 1? %  %  O aseg ii n . . . 1 t, %  %  %  htpldrj James Moch.... indad out his le fhen ami don with a %  < m ii is. 1 Krakan h bh* %  *N .: gtu I %  I p. The •ADVOCATE'' pays for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Nlftst lltW WUJJNGTO SELL LOaOOOaOOO Red armed forces whic are virttvilgy guarding the coun-e. urltaj and pcrfccUng ttMhr ombal i.'.Min.i Vasilevakl danouneed the United States, for openly preparing AntiSoviet war by remilitarizing Western Germany and Japan. —L\P. Kaesong Is A Strategic City Kgypt sold the United Nat last night that she "oannot ienii indifTi rent" |n the alleged Violation! of her rights and *overelgnty by British, trot Caoal EM I The Foreign Senctui, rrleailad the protest note Bgnt to Ihi I United Nations Secretary General. Trygve Lie. chargu.,. 1.: 1 with "aggression". Egypt has Junked the ]3ii Treaty with 111 it-nn .md ordered in H th. Stau 1 %  %  • %  fuseet. In this morning'-, raid, troops IsasansBBstea 1 .Mth fixed ten aun. gtood tops covering | 1 '. .. %  I weapon^ an %  %  TOKYO, Nov. 7 ty restrictions weie the biggest battles of the Korean war probably would develop t< UM possession of the strategic < *y f Kaesong. Both sides want B both now' and in Ute event of a jigreemeni. Right now CommunM I i and the U.N. army from attaoUrtl it. There are three neul I %  Panmunjoin where e nagotUlUoni are held. Mir S;m where U.K. negotiators have ive their base p — V.V. peeled "IKE" RETURNS TO PARIS PARIS. Nov. 7. ; Eisenhower, the SuWomen prvme Commander of the North indoors during the arrived here by had been told before i,ir from the United States. search parties were —V.P. only in finding I 1" WASHINGTON Nov 1 Authoru it Inaetfay night th.d UM ; irtment is rep have inforn -u uv iii h I i merit that Iran Is willing lo ill gp to 10.00n.000 torn ol oil snmuuly 1. S rltain but Iran intends U run the badan ml reft I present than Ii on! %  one tarehpi ua hnltian at Abadan IN1repoiled in be a Su. %  ;. 1 hargc 1 t 1 %  ents to avoid the danoar of Are 1 National Iranian Oil Corporation would be willing to empl foreign oil Wehrdclans, But, thc> siiid the Corporation w|U not amR lafiana n ."i". pan any British because British employees of the Anglo-Iranlan Con ouily rafti s od franian om*s They said Iranians would itr willing to employ on o ga On p4ge 1 Dark, llunert Winter Butler'i aililr— sslded up to been brue meat oi the UM a/ai Britain has (> %  ' 'i living bey oi ii,nking iKdh ends n eat arlth American aid Britain atal linike iind the spiral tluili (it Hiiv lii. %  i %  ..I not Union. in m f..i %  cold %  %  •ffintei Bui tie r.'|,tt mdlrectlv i I | hiding the full gravity I .. %  ki 'i unme%  %  %  intrue m PO) njenls I moil Thre.Jeiieil .f .. d MARCIANO"S LIFE THREATENED r<>N M.i' i No First Woman! PARIS N Tne Chilean, Mrs Anna Figueroa. was unanimoush %  "hairman of the Sorud I UM of theCener-l Assen was the first woman en Assembly. Guatemala repeatedly, during Mrs F in to get the floor, but the %  I imnated her.— I'.P t nlrrpn-.. I in %  I-, saved anon) n a arnings that an attempt him back Saturday I hoard Bulisoaa %  ii. wanungn '\ork of but that all pre cautions would be made Warciano during the b n —U.P. %  i deflen to the large th-' We must %  Kingdom to mai feeuvel) w. must put beyond %  it .n h. deVtdOp the earnuiK POWOT -huh %  raw m economy di kte gap In | ni i.ited %  : > a di be aab for food %  I llnd we cant want", he said. nipt, Idle ..nfl hungry." %  %  * %  arrnr ..... %  %  %  h is put %  %  we go forward." -IP Occasions oi unique and special enjoyment call for cigarettes bv ff*vsox*./ffn>GFs t reflect the rare perfection and to echo the whole contented mood



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Till RSDAY. NOVEMBER , 1MI BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\(.;. THRI r. Exchange Of Prisoners Is The Big Problem N'EW YORK Nov .">. THE SHOOTING in Korea will not hall immediately even if United Nations and Communist negotiators should happen to agree on cease-tire line. Other issues are at stake but they have sunk Irom sight in the argument about tM b.itth'iield should be frozen. Kill be of umiMxliauIntaraM —^——— LOSING CONTROLS WHK Amamans do not like controls thai is that Commumn, rrluw In %  '> — • l*"* " "Ole pro.illow the International Red Cro<. a-ramir* tar controlling meal to deal with prl prop"c—which has caused prowilh lood an,, comlorl >""" uprogr on all sides—may I baa tro) access to ""on be dropped. pgna in which Common. >-v.ry„i,iha been protestin*. iiu are held and has prepared :, "•" %  I"* ',• housewivta, tha practaa tiihle of llgurea on how eallle men. and the packer. (tM than ,here are and who b companlos which ilaugritcr thev are •' %  no tin the meat). Tonight Mirh.,cl DISalle. the In the early days of the cease„„,„ wno ha —i tryint ,„ m in. United ,„ r ce lh „ prior CMS. „, nM Nations Huh Command hulled o,,, „.„,„. J— Hc ol d „ comSlid oppose any wholeminrr „, )| r ,hot "incr* u a sale exchange of prisoners but ,„| ^u^,, lha „,,.„, prl ,,. controls will be dropped ,|,II,KI, MO. Al TtIB IX l..>\ll to relatives ol men In Korea na In what to do about the exchange tit prisoner*. The United Nation*' army holds about llftjMO Communist prisoners The red?, bold J suable number of Unilvo Nations' prisoners moat of ihrnt American* but the precise tigurr not known. The reason for RECORD L.K. BEET CROP I951-S2 WOULD SI CAR FORECAST British Catholic Aid For Hurrieane Fund LONDON WASH1M. sugar beer crop WOIMSUI.. than BWH .11 fj Wl |; ,,,*,.,. .IClU'll ,, . I M on record and '1% per I HersM hairman r.f the ,-ording to Ihe ll"' .'. . Unitad State* Euri pe A i ft •tM •I SugJ • x %  .. .. • ,• %  l i i rtN led total of 704.000 tons of sun.il djyjead. liad weattkM will mtorc this year's crop, but •te-ra Ubl I %*rthel*s %  xpecled, added Sir Al.m. -aVI'P. I -Ill-la. ux weeks a S o. mono, arhaCh i* %  n aaTactad bjr f from ordinith IK homes and lifer, bul Ihli ihurch romtr un Egypt Raises Sugar Price %  iO lite Caribbean World produ. I M0-51 w a r.-cont at M.WO.000 %  vet .. %  mi j$ partoal BBd '1 K %  ii last season n 'Mr pT -war. %  lha previous m paper, in closing the appeal, asked read. or clothing anH —I r. >uld insist on trading on basis of man (ot man. The United laUOBM ndd far more tian the Communists .mi i fen Rajdg Mil captive*. Ii would also leave in United %  which COUld IKused to gal | K no ither concession. But that will DiSalle wants to get slaughter %  man quotas. Nobody wants him to '" have them. So. h P told the M.I'.a "I must be frank—without theao quotas, we will hnve to drop the controls." Everybody seems ovorjoyedincluding the house-wives. SKCTK1TY A I4TT1X CRIPPLED BOY greet* thft •ding Mayor with Princes. Ellasbeth Is Mr Fred Hum. of lacro-e player* how u. bow correcUy to the Royal vi.itors i Prince*-'* Br^t word, to bim wer* of syoipstny on hi* *s Up And Up Accuses Gomes H IXJNDON. HurrtoaJM IfeUM %  Lfl al more thai ind the sale of ticket] Canada's HajM'it For Revitrxt H. WJ. Trade Rise CAIRO Th \3gi ". %  *• .'nca*so of any area the •tiurnfent of about \\<\ pat lb w : BOOM tha • % % %  %  Egyptian WCJtMaTt le.iving Ihcir jobs In Itiitish camps In the SueCanal Zone. Al Pasha, ml] board of thr Egyptian Sugai \ i has •.ffenHi to Sonata mora U. £1,000,000 If the tufai prkM cieasa* f.ul[u 1-..V.-1 Mu,-w • U.S. SAMPLES B.C. IRON ORE \FW YORK. Oct 31. Ore samples (rtt i States as a t\rst step towards posnble new American mining Inthe Colosy. ColIfM-M, thr greatest percentage \K\M4 b. Mr. A. r geologist of the II" .,f Ohm. th.lasgealag A II bg aasavd in tlfef < umpany'a laborarCwMtl | milaag. %  %  %  It was 74 per cant higher than i l LOHTJt >N nvrml Chief ol lot l 3 Syi Mi Ol "h.i i ip-me.I Mi Walkei % %  al : %  expenses B.I r II aging i ih.it the companj i,.,„iv blo anj aftraaaot 'probably operate in sMtfeb Oul—II P ana. —B.UJP. .-.ibideiable dutcussion and it is coneelvable that even if an rin *' P"' that Americans aro jr„ n ,| %  bj roacfaod on tha b^u se^ntj-nunded Is fur£ll yooo ,• ^ ., ceasaflrc line some other issue "i*"*^ •>' lWcrinnn Dan Thomp| rtr lh(1 eoacwrt St the |(oyal l-'estihet ' lh > *f •"* may break up the negotiations. TO "whose bnl it In the little VJ Ullll u,„duii. on November •f cu ^f d .,iT P „ General Ridgway insists that his vHtafe of Adams New York (poj). n M gfting wH A B niPrtin|[ — ..irny will not put down arms un*•***>• __ held in loiuifii to launch the sak> til all the details of the ceese-firo Eru Adams, a tourist from Tollt (K-itots. more than £500 was have been worked out. i. nto. was' taking some snapshots utilvd „ y ,h r auctioning of bottlei One thjt is lively 10 be trouble f the local tire station and hotel some is uie matter oi providing because, '"**'* name is the same fur the lagMCtfea '" -'"'' 'h.it both ".V 1 villa** */ „ides .aseU P ?"*?. 60-year-old fire lln.-. Thin will have to be Constable Thompson lo ^ ll tn ? mltbte. -To give everyone a question of the Hon. Uutler at the Britain would spread some sort of assuianae on :L niare,i .T .SU-.TI hUt* -hance of helping, the ticket.u. sl meeting lo the giving of priscarce dollars among In ncutralirori tetmri'y V ^'^„.. '„,J^.^ ^.r,,,. N,! !"."'" '"'K*-' ,rum %  *'" W" — %  '" onty over all olhei business his sterling areas of the • Ira*. Oar Os- iai"Mi'l' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 2. The Hon. Tubal Butlfr, mem||V Council. [J*J tcr of Commerce. Albert Gomes of jrymf lo make him m.ik nd attempting to hold him up to illed imThe matter comSpeaker made public ridicule. Bullet be Ooufatao'thiloci|-riiv-.lor; !" f holel 'JS^S^'SZSS stortinit !" d ,'"">' " %  H"n Mr Sp,.k-— "Wo hepe ., iiu• Lads lluaains. ,-._, !" chatrman ot ihp concrl Coiistuble Thompson to tell tha mm,.,. amazed CaniMlian: "llpld it. bud. ,hance noutral.r,.,, t.-mirl-Vor w '' !" '" villaae rullian ,.. ol (r.n.rlea.lon> .nd <-.rm .nmal aMurlty. No s ,... aerial activity Rldaway will pl A !" fac < ri e,. and military inPrincess Ala*. CoonU*. „! At!.Ion*, under whose patronage the rrmrrt is being held, has met the .irtlstes who will lake part. Tiv>y iricludtRudolf Comach. Ihe A OTTAWA Canada's hopes fot a levival ol trad* with othei Common th countries, especiall) the West Ind lea, have risen with the sTfrMsi „t himsVlf "**'" l ,n Conservative VicUny kO ihe British General Election. Trad* officials in oitaw.i i>elleve there mlghl well be a change in HriUin's dnllai iiinler ihe new Government. Mr. rose, when the Churchill's stand for a stiongei teteience to a Commonwealth might mean that Sugar Talks In London statlatloni miles of Adams. god military ininknown within j\p in s/xt:ssw:\ o\ VISIT TO V.s. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov A group nf gg J.ipanese bi Henry nessmen arrived berg Mtmda sssbfe f ..eadquarter. In Moscow. Stalin doesn't want any gg freely Ihroutil) Russia and talking with people. Henry Shapiro cannot fegvg the City the l,^t leg of a 20 day visit lo the llmik without special permission U^. whciv Ibrjy bay* been ob. granted. Even aervlng the trends of Amerjean ambassadors in Moscow MUTV*Industry -mcc the end of the war. times find it dlfftcnlt to travel be—' %  %  vond the city. _^__^^ Obviously, no ceasefire agreement r worth anvlhlng unless both jom. Word from reporter, there fides abide l.v it nnd H '* r>nR to lfl that one overriding rea'on Is take some painful hours ot pushing the Communists toward %  legotiation to convince Red* that the agreement — Chin, they have to abide no* only in munlsts have no relish for gnin| words, but in spirit and action. •hroiigh another winter in which Dggpffe ill these difncultles cold and disease will claim as still optimism in the many or more lives as allied guns mudhut truervillage on Panmunand p JaT afg—I'.P. (' %  n lin.rmotion, and all other motions wealth, they said. dealing with the economic ciisis. This would mean that Canada The Speaker explained that cculd find largar markets for hei Mr. Butler's motion had been red.llar piotiuctt wiUiin Ihe Cornturned to him. after the meeting monwc.ilth Mr. Douglas Abbott, so that it could be put into the Cflhada'l Finance Mln lot oT and proper form, and he did not ienth-i Canadian leaders have iger. Anna Oittclca, the Cfive ,, back ||a further exuski-d scveial tunes that Britain • mm ixu Os>n CmiiafiOiati LQMDOIH H n ftn*1'1ir""l''*' sugar piodui i 1-nnloii are now DsMI I i f.iuMicn.. tiic.i discussion ,/lth the Minisliy ol Food, t ot* of hei Drttft Agreement LssMT] V1 '..,"! .,' Xhr P ,nU ,f view "' •" 'ommoi \/ealth represeiitativris ben i rnwn up by a Sub-Coinniittee oi.d as soon as this has been • I leted—probably on Tlkgg <•• ihe dek-Kates will inform the a ill.. Ii..) %  ;.'., %  %  .n:. :.. %  .., !!• %  the French pianist Mr. Walter Susskind will conduct the Philhai monia Orchestra —B.l.P. Freiirh Ministers For Hie Caribbt-an NEW YORK. Four French Government officials, fed by M Antoine Plnay. Minister nf Public Works. Ti port Ne plained lhal there was no motion east in his office relating to the ecoiioare si mic crisis, and he was at a loss Canada to know to wh.it the Hun mcinlii '< was alluding. At the first availII itv he intended to thai %  nlWhich from his slon re incorrect. Al .i.ill.n real! n'tiiiii' whii angling trade between and the British CarlbHORN.MAN'S TEA . Y% able opportu enrrei'i slater kui.AleiU'' • a: onl. | Dgn months ago Mritish West Indies mlswhirh included the linn B itbunanUt, ol Jamaillon. Allvrt Gomes, of TrimMr. Butler: I mn not prelenddad and H<>n W. J. Roatgever ol ing lo know what is at the buck BrUlsl. Guiana, visited London of this muvemetit. but I shall an'i Ottawa to make a similar repeat my request thl* morning, appeal. and perhaps in plainer language," N< l-ody in Ottawa experts that Mr. Butler explained that he had the new Chuichlll Government no ulterior motive, and Indicated W( n ,rmove gfl the dollar restrtcnd Tourism. hav e arrived In thal h, hac j „ ol receive.! a copy u n But the hope Is expreswd y to visit o( his speech relating to his retl .t (hInd %  tmnnl West Indii Barbers Talk Too Much MUNICH Nov d llunganan Communll. i id i i barbai abop I t id it il i ihssrta not %  .tioi. ifead Rsjdsa i'' % %  •• nropa reported today. It said thai the step was taken te %  ltd the •VHIA.IMV.. UlUng* 1 Of barbers In small shops who esiviped Ihe nationalising measures Guadeloupe and Martinique. _,.,.,, bu, tnjll hl where they will study the progress of public works programme* in those colonies. M I'IIKI.V mill it-porters that Ihe public works programme in Franca has been a factor in containing French Communism, but that "good common sense and all r leiidci ik-t % %  Canadian good! giv* the impression that h ,.„,„„,„,„„ sent or consider a motion whit> heard the election new* NfiTVO Is l*rertid*'iU (M C s Wtt aal Asrrt'inhly Non-Kxisfenl The Minister hen laaau — B.1P. PARIS, Ni might miJi UIUIN Pa-iilli Mar prrfeiercr th* permanent Mexican u to t ider of the )iri t d "^ bcen ^ l b cau " %  and lorrentj ,.f ,.,,,, "ndaiiir%  "•"* more cmvm,,,H "*• %  ll rI ng shippinu and tearing down m roes, telegraph lines and deslrovOovernrnenl communications in some parta of fonsider it. the countrv. No casualties were .. . %  d or d.m.„ rX!UT *< •ft, **' M Bu .'X'uTS un a point ol order which he did not state, because according to him : "I cannot Speak while he is braying." Mr. Butler here felt that bi timing the motion now would amoun'. to making a fool of himself. Mr. Gomes: Which you so often TEI1ERAN. d JeiMd, left short of sugar by Mr. Butler went on to say thai Britain s recent action in cutting the Minister of Labour wanted fl supplies, has ordered 32.000 the motion put now. whe>. tons of sugar from Russia, it is main purpose of the motion was reliably leanvd in Teheran. Russia lo prevent Government from indeliverod 20.000 tons of sugar to creasing the cost of living. Persia in the first nine months of Idea is an attempt to hold ua up : about 20 per cent of to public ridicule." The member requirements. stated, "we want more prot*c-B.U.P. tlon." WHAT ~ Persia Turns To Russia For Sigar Get t/te Best out WHITE HORSE g Scotch Whisky The purpose of <.ii(ns is lo fell •rtrhoul Konla. I ha !.">' hors.%  ymboUaaa s. och it Ira v.-\. .>iJ onlf daty, know M wsTL MUNk ALSO OBTAINABLE IN | BARGAIN III Mill* I.IMIM: RUBBER 2 uicb GARDEN HOSE at 17c. a foot ECKSTEIN BROS. fOB )• 111 14 II 1ft SCO li il 15— M ll-M 11—IS t00 1' 117.-14 II Ift H-JS • oo a tin is n-a is—as tea!• i'. -11 11 I* i— n Ash vour d*al*r about additional IIIM. GREEN & TRANSPARENT -"^ Phone 4269 W//*//Wrfl BUNLOP TRACTOR TYRES Built for the M $ :. NIW rrai DESEHVIS A NEW OUNLOP rut FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. *?; %  Pbone 2385 Sole Diitributon PUone 4504 Don't despair when your oven disbn are greasy and dirty after a day's cooking. Sprinkle a little Vim on a damp cloth. gjVt them a quick rub over and see how they gleam. Vim in so easy to use, so smooth it won't leave a scratch. VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily



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PACE EIGHT IIAUBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER X. 15I W.I. LOSE GAME BY 10 WICKETS Goni ez Misses Cen tu ry Kn ock o\ mi nii\ms I i.'in HAKOIJ) H\l I SYDN1 %  Mil'.' In 1 niiv to the defeat Kasily ih< begat Wesl India ing from the name to OOWW'i sudden discovery of form that will rnd his personal I I vloill failures. Th< i aid t.< Goddard cave his usual <*ninH l>t i (oiini.ru. .ifIn Christian! left but 'be tail enden. failed to sta> IM1 until h<> hart hi* hunThe tourist-, can now draw %  deep breath aiid con*uu-< %  I in thi • mi doubt advance on %  i %  in • %  %  •'I IN HAS l-l ImiK.f. !• l I gNSI \Mi ..I InHl-l *l -t ISI> t Ji># !--.-. lb *mitn H %  l.-r. I. Ar-hi r M..r.ru.ll i> RiiMiur I I >"" ti Kiv-m 9 (;.><* nM (Hit T < -KUril lb* U MK7a.il 43 C;.ullM S Itasnwr O Frii^nn I •> b M"'<-M I IH.v.v b ...,,.-f IWH %  .* is. hwt.r %  .. Twl . N n*HBi Matnn i—n wirhn. la* %  %  h KM I1 .i n not . 3 Britons Challenge The World JOE LOUIS LEAVES FOR JAPAN MONDAY Ex-he*'. %  —l.P t .urn and I Original Jut IMIKIMHI H, i -1. % Veatirj %  ** *m At Btiti'li Council—Obrmpla Club rchearal 4 31 l> m -Recorded ft Mn Keadlne —w..ni.. nit 5 p.m. Film, for Police OwMI r, p m Mobile rinmu ai P.ovldrnnH-.' S. ln.t.1 n.^inr, Chtt-I Chnrrh : pm. B.L.P Political mectina — SpclxhUtown 1. p.m. Here is what to do after OV£K-INDULG€NC€ m* arymtlMiAlkiS^us K.*p a~ supply of Alkabaady mtwmyt. Sugar Ray Li kolv To Fight 1 nifMii .In iir NEW YORK. Nov. 7. George Galnsford, manage, of world middleweight champion Ray Kobinsou said Wednesday thai Sugar Hay will go to I late Mam oreai Iprll and post ibly remain I lure unUl Mil lala 11mmn with %  title defeftcr in iK.iin-l Randy Turpin Galnsford kiud Hay's pi up llkr this: lie will defend on December 20 at San fl U sus Carl Obun of Hawaii Ha • raajatiatinj foi %  tin. v al Chicago i"> exchampion Rock) Crazinno. Then InpUni t" BO vioppnu i a to make H IDOtIC Thl ii liu r Britnna, an air%  •'in. a Grand National j, an Infantry aubaltern and i Royal MarkM are lo be matetu d d m tcu of aportamanihip, endurance, couraMe. imtlui v> .ind -kill weafe The event is the world chamI umahip of Modern Penlaihlon. i win. h th* Swedea are mafter*. %  gulai Olynipli %  uy twniM-ttng in the world championahlpi Britain comes nearer by 1952. should >>e among the lertderi In the %  4ympk Oarnei ;>' Helsinki. wi re the BngUarunenl Pint Kiiht Lieutenant Jark Lum-datoe, third In the BrlUah dun %  Wlmmlns; he hat** running. n,mutes hut with the Btore at .'< < ,i| '., lu I'.-II nu(ku.nf"i the Biriurn gave %  return %  i-rimmctt nrdmh chamnaMl, is not available. iinr i he was out for 2". In hit pluoo goes Major % %  Monkey* 1 Blacker, Grand NatW'erse iffilment is Worse wat to 1 n .is Duckworth's, 'he 5th follow for the Inniskilhnt: rJnCOOn Guards. Weot It have held the team chamthe *. I • pionship aval alnoa the war. Go who went in to Clumsy i-;he| bat at number one down waa Tlunl plaaT fMi e.theito Lieut, caught by Wall .1. J. Percy, of tho nurhnm Ligh' OnaW [niantry, whose i<>rtc i* running for a d u • k. irlne Wood Martin helped Modern Pentathlon i> a clumay lh e lmr*tuoui %  label for what U simply n fiveRoarhi put on 99 lingered exercise in aport. "' * mi "ut c It woa never intended b v the Ki-eplng the that Olympic Game* corin i ' LV 3 rear* ao at the White City London, bsnvyweliht boset Latry Oaliv oatpolnUd tbItalian giant Ptimo Camera Thoy met agaju in London at IUrmiay UUweek in what Lill-il elinnniitioii for Ule world'' .iti-li at OSaal %  *" wre> lini: rhamploiiaaip Larry Oaina la pictured pinning Camera to the board-, hut Cttnet.t wit tinwinner in trie Bftli round LXPRCM. W.I.—Australia Tour 1930—31 FIRST TEST MATCH ERNIES ttur Ii lie takeo thh opof ili.inklnc hU w o. Played al AIJEI.AIDK. to the eflort of keeping the Decemhrr 12 IS, 15 k 17. Australians from piling up a tall Uaa captain score He had Bradman caught having won the toss by Grant for 4 runs. ideal weather „ u lhls brought together < K.ppax and MeC.be In i, fou-n %  'iefeatcd Innli %  %  In the first innings again put up stout defence at number 4 and he 1 uood support from Bir-1 kett who scored 64. W.I WI en p 1 a v %  foi the dav the W< I In-' w ckets for jn.i runs. I Hist 'ket partnership that was U Giant being 50 tike it* loll of the Weal Indian not out. I.owling and place Australia in .i TVlw _,. i : refnj %  win which many frlendh and mrmber* for turnlnr up lc '"ill force Uit Friday. We Hh.il! Le perfsrmlnif I I.is %M. i M.....I i i.-> eventually dfa should include football, basketfront the CiOCk. after in'closc.i %  •'ii f"i '•*** rt )f Granl the day Kippax was ui ^ng out his it .ti, lih t.. hi. credll and McC.be pat I or 71 had put up a valiiiiblc Wl iK-foro Gi.i.t* feat of he was caught and bowled by scoring two lotlne. C%iaa ol play ww the Auslraliaiin reply with 297 for 5. out each innings of| I Test is d and al • p.n tharp. There will be 2 call-even and Brisk the help of God 1 and mv suprrme being I 1 %  li.il' he amongst you. POLITICAL MEETING L'nder the auspices < THE BARBADOS LABOUR PARTY at Speightstown. Si. Peter TO-SIGHT at J.3 o'clock Supporting the candidature of: Mr. F L. WALCOTT & Mr. K. N. R. HUSBANDS Speakers will Include : Mr. C; H. ADAMS Mr. E W. BARROW Mr. J. CAMERON TUDOR Mr K N R. HUSBANDS Mr. F. !.. WALCOTT. 8.11.51.—In. POLICE BAND (lASSNAl. (IIMflll %  ST dCTUA BAPI W llth NOW 830 p in. ADMISSION 2... 1 7.11.51— 2u. IMPORTANT NOTICE Any clothes left at the •kjOowtng S;.mljr>" laundry Dcpt.ts before December 31st. 1950, will be sold. In future, any laundry or dry cleaning not redeemed after three months will be sold. Country Road Marhlll Depot Aquatic Depot St. Lawrence Depot. 2.11.51.—6n. Next day the AuMrell .i score to 37f Kippax eventually scoring 143 before he "-ns caught .it the wicket off QrUBtfa Tommy Scott tixik four of the five Australian wickets Hint fell and he finished with the Dw dan M .ind Jump, but be who in %  nd p;irtieularl v In war, •ailed thai Ra> ktd of i man wllllni t' med Turpin again hiside and him — r. — i.T.s. bail, hockey or algtot-oaxed row, Roa,:h Ing The object waa to discover \* ** the Anest individual athlole ol SS^nJn a I. ^LJET. 2 h r. w T'.." n n11 followed or a .ingle. Blghllah, ...under ,. much Ihe better. ,,, hl L|%( pl>y w, .f,,,. Th.it i-. xactly ertml Modem InnJAfi %  number 6 by E. 1i doee, except that it Bartletl while Hartta'a paflani an se^-ks not finman who can heave before he %  I : <-i'lmmell tTOWf, wivitlc, run made things look better than they .tllell Hlghlli had appee ngs. ad .nh. ihe rndefenlrri s k j.i.kn STANDARD BRIDGE ... by M. HARRISOH-GRAY Thousands of points could be saved does not necessarily win many more rubbers ti-.an hr loaei. It Is the stte ol the rubbers that counts in Hie long run. The chief contributory lac.or 10 the losing of rnormous niuwiIS uiduK-rinunH'.e taei biddiiK Kiihuu: legsra i odd* PoinU by the thousand would br saved and won plavcra sere aware ol the mathematical fact that the side wtuc.lt tins Ihe first game has a Uiraeto-one expectancy of sinning the rubber Thig cuts both ways F*irv, a iion-vulnerable pa:r *ho save • he rubber si s cost of MO star. the ival hand at the same atrategical disadvantage The vsvar.es of a pack ot i ards are unpredicisble. and the score above the line may mount to astronomical proportions if the aame tactics are pursued r nearly always wise, a* tlcular score, to let the mho: go: while "Never sacrtnee si;n a bad psrtner is one of the trues; maxims In Bridge The subject of scientific overbtddUig. however canno: oe ligh:Iv dtamlssed The scrond fatlor Is a psychological one Against a certain type of vulnerable opponent, ilia most (Unrui.-. Hag-flyitig by tlic non-vuineraiiiihide is freque It the aide *li .in make Four Spades. Ui 'Hen all unpensltsed. are a gams up ill i second i neli %  ]"' rubocr A Orst-class rubber Bridge .i M uevei ooi chance ol w.nmng me : %  ii-oer bonus. i stands to ream %  m n the oppoDei i >mes to penalty doubles, it is %  %  it il r • t;nosti io hgn • • i ibtM-r romp.e* a poll"* of then) tinder 'orui'nni %  mat well show s longU :m prom. Londim Ijpreii MUH. p p c r Ql ,i U.I. I IT I with 4tal bar eight when slumps were drown for it. tut day wlUi the W.M Indies behind. openM 'Jtoir second Innings even m .. i e dlsa trously n i went n.r and (leorge Ileadh who o p e n i i with him scored hut II Cot -.tanline at first icket d n M ti as howled hy ninmetl fat I I Skipper Grant whi i that it slmulii %  lor i long time. in needed llf runs for victory and these were supi.'.i-'d by i U2 not out and Jackson OOt, the Australians winling by a ten wirkei margin. 5 (OTTON ORF.SS IIANCV, ( 1.1 11 5, fill. TO-NIGHT lhur>.djy, 8lh November 1951, night before Bankllollday. Ut ifmrJi /OttX day HIM.. and Orlmmett urlenl up the Wi and Ing but U i Cirant < .niyin.' nut his bat for 53 and the Innmag cloaad for 200. i' V Qrimmett'i figures were "J for B? end he took 11 for 185 in 'he entire malch. Pousfnrd and Jackson opefic! tho Australian Innings and Oon,n.l Ki.iiuis <>|i.e.i th West IndkeT bowling attack. In .1 brief period before lunch Urn pai r put up the half century with* out lOSS. Deceived But after resumption Francis deceived Jackson with the fllgh 1 f one and Dai tow made no mi*take In stumping him for 31 rum nd the won was then M. Bradmnn the rungettm 1 ame in .1: j QnUSl gave (•iidlil his chance with the hull. Bu. Francla was in the picture again having Ponsfond caught in the hi* by Hirkell lOff 24 and thi 1. || M. Bradman Out Cnlllth now added hi >m. 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PAGE TATO BARBADOS \DVOC\TE THURSDAY NOVEMBFR 8. 1951 %  Cahib Qalihu} IVIi isiam I c.i SIIIIMIU s W .1. Mother's B.B.C. London Letter Union Helping %  natroltei %  M inO Wrlfare. at. man <>( %  >. i • %  'H i i' ;. I %  %  %  Mirt ROU, %  Uld Harr.eonir>ns : ll'lny ll inh' Amorii %  Mi W. Dudle> i H A. Thorn.BOd Mi. C. V. H. Archer. Leaving Kor U.K. 'I Mi t ia : lomo •-moon a, 3 o M porMble Boaltaaapum, Passengers having by ihe (.-tiuo an, Mtai ii. fci i M I I... %  Mi and Mr. rnct-r und MM. D. %  %  tar, Biography \A r H D LOUU, Hca t< sibly by the and ol : N Inst B.) ""^ equipment Is avallabi. .! %  present ,_ will enable a tfjg broadcast %  %  needed and they ore M very ekptfiafVO, Televlsioi I /' t i i l'i 11 PrajctSSwS bl flU Tu Scrran,. T? save wear and teiir on tin Barker ... lass in Structural dren 1 *•** -1 bv the *"** n | i rUtuta On Honeyrr.oon [NO Ihali bontymoon v.iti. astanatotia from It* t %  > Barbados are Mr anl a t to thiferent claasrooi Martlnas who %  '>iy more costly than carried In Trinidad 0 radio set? am' -'m">-. Th-v flew over from come the* difficulties and make "Tnnidad on Monday hv RW.I.A aehool te'evUion %  possibility the paid and arfuetat 'he Hotel Royal, ro-operatton of bo' Mr. Martinez who Is on the • (. r.al authi 'he radio fT of R.WI. Airwav< in Trin'| n dUitr> will I-Iwttll. 'i.i Mr vocal cords -ii. imiiiiiii .ini mn %  . in Trinidad. ,r,. v """. """'„"'.. ., ."'""'Mn. Martin., i •(.. %  f Hollywood nay I i. -ie Camps-Campin* daughter a day to acraan tor Uwm, And „, nr. and Mr r. II constant dei Camplns also of Trinidad. Mlsa Poule has acraajB) Joan Crawford 'hi lha Big Question Admiral She practises sometime, in Ihe alktng during the past few. da> banement uf Ihc Holly"...I ham haw IhirhmB In Oovt-rjimorit teacher, to decide In what way. Irland of %  %  "• wartiln| neighbour, nolle In Britain wlU iflccl the colonia". h elr pupils may best ben. : N.l I l... k pan Hi ,evo,al '> >"•' I"'""' •" iener.ll, .he That i. .big A""" !" • '* • RUa* a .erviLC. l,„l, „u„ I drlvi i mto Ihc mountain, and • %  "." The Wet Indie">"•• pla, I whor ,. | unn, more promlncn.ly in he „„„ Atlcr Nelxn-. death, h, " "> %  "" "' %  "•'•"' "" "• '-"' '.'.".T''.."' < ommon ?. '" IS"!: <"• \: rjh dMlnctlaa l l 9 iMt'Ci .1 dclmtel. J Indujl nan ,.t ,hc Bal,:.:,!. (•,„:._. Old Rov. devilled to brln the We.1 IndieHi.,( Ban Domlnto, ,„ rtkru ,. nrunn i.uiann uia Doy. x ht f „ rpfronl „, p„ r ii,mcntarv i Collag*, iwul further detail plar Great Week la Ida ina or hi. ,n. settic.i O l H,',if.'h Y rm.,?.'' In BTMII£M aad Founded %  ^j£T£.V2*-22r2"-J? '*/" '"ere. II U iVX V..'.u\." !" ,d. • C. I Naal eurtaln t.. Ihc n SSi at the new Queen'. Colleiic. At the h mamantllr l*. ' 1'Hkrlm and M t ""' I Rarhndos. li A. M. Becklta, formal and praaDaaald Battajr, BrlUan aprlm The I aat Pi I QUMI imaton Laal Sunday at Holy K itane hm iHcn rccenih pubreiaacl in Knglnnd. and Trinity Cnureb. KinKiway aa Hi l.l^i Muaeal. " '" n %  arranm^l thc> arlll tended the chrifitinlnk of III Bl Hi ... wl a dinnar to be raunBaat daughtar. Joan \\ !" • i.vl:illv itr.nnls^H Fnlrnalol VIIIMB LONDON. Union launched an appeal among Its members in Dg to aend 'nwering requests rs 1 Union are asking for %  <: lUha >hirts and t I'.i'rels will .' BJ DOB -• ihc cloth-. baai ollected. Xhe appeal was launched at) i| meeting of the Southi Ml: opened by h HM Arch: f Canterbury. '' :• v .11 be recalled. sent £100 to Jamaica. It was ( p.irt o| the Unions Jubilee Year gift to the Queen, on whose tug-! ha £100 was sent to the ( Jamaica branch. Interested %  iv to suy yet what ill be given to this .1 just launched. bul the interest aroused was rron the eagerness with which those attending the meeting cowded round the West Indies section of an overseas arranged for the The exVlation reflected lift and work in various parts of the I han* there are branch** Union—in Dorabsion and the West EjthlUta in many cases ejaaaa. T 1 • Wasl Ii.'lies stall was OUtn ihowad sea island u cane fnwer. gin i Coffas Masai, ^">d. of • Igan and rum Work ol Indian member. Of ttM r the ..' %  llcate r*rh and hand-made straw nl him from 1 .Mr.nnrtr. PMW ' ; and the nutmeg broochnni-.nant put in i.icA I mala from Barbados. .t-vgraphs on view showed ihe Commons in future. suCn as BngUfh) wl nu rTicane quesUon time and in iiltlc or no a( | d uional beSsefti I %  %  wr J u ,^\ at ttn r ^ Kn on Trt ', A new scheme Is being Mim ^.u.,.,..,^, blil olhriv '"!'•.' ; ail. aeathetlc appreclat.. #w OrJmUer if Irs. stall Mrs wclal studies ami current Hn hal COT "^-' i"<-r' !" •"• JJJJm -iun ^ may m ir VSUT :< "' t-SLffs S' ill. \ md British Guiana DM poort i husband served as a mis5l-n dad Is hhe son of Mr Manuel Martir KenelMs Than I oo amfliOii that in •-huol television broadHBC will seek to maoe ~.ir. or lo super • tie the existing •civ ol CakJtl Television Ivamn. 'sill bl lum, and It will be left to Ml>-S VtMIKIIHs Brilisli h A MEB1CAM L AST week has bean a great week for Trtnldad-born Mrmedium most helpful. whDal tn I vmhM Of immedi.ir> m tht ii>vlaad preiantatlon of current oiivious. W.I.S.U. Affiliation A T a rexent extraordii era I Meeting ..f wisr |l SlllUtlOll phi ,11.. I ito irva wisi supiKt othat Bafort ' schools can in-Kin the BBC plan launch a pilot" OX arhlch half a doccn hu the London area will raoatva a Of h.ilf-hou. Entrusted Vanessa The infant girl has as li'lcvised broadca.its on with Ihe Job o| organisation is her godparents Arthur Wint. Jasubjects, made on a closed cirRawla Farwy, I ent of malca's Olvmpic Champion, and cult The children will W.ISU. Ruth Khama. wifa of Seret-e their reactions to the new medium 'The family |( complete now." with their teachers and from Leaving To-day to aiwian t.. and M 1SS N.i bados l"ubl 'amlly Mac said afterwards The B report! the BchOOl Broadrion alraady have in otha %  "%  bo) and a |Jrl ivqs Lator the sam.week M. seen Without Dt II pedicmi thai in.n Lai make—up. i make-up moi> %  i oving th*'" rice. i •""* '"' li fUn not ,„, : | 1 ' %  Miss Vorhees has now i Mexico To HuviIta^usse \ewsprinl ..ll.XKO CITY. are being chlldrei I Uu I I* *!t'l' h : uf the Brlu ii i inbboan pom lom an nl u i i Htorioi Transferred P. l. BO YD. Banlor Me-uaal Ossaoai or Health, Kitts-Nevis. has been appointed On tiiinipfer to ihe poit of H**dlcal Officer. Orade "11" in the "Council will judge i efTectlveness of the broadcasts and 5^0..,,^ decide in what way they con be ppear in the grand Anunproved After the "pilot" I I Command Variety periment Will come the main ex-== ^ pi linirnl. which will ti>vt Hi %  lies ol %  Service by giving .ubs antial numbers of school she is m Edinburgh, lha baaul • tO-dai log Trinidad to attend ., Invited to inMriea uf lectunai ai .he taster., ale at then %  '" l l1 Caribbean Regional Library, PsrtOnniuusei Similarly honoured Early in Decemlier ;.ne will take %  rid mile champion Ihe Registration Examination of "" present holder of the half._ (ho Library Association or Eng' mlr f'^ord. Sydney Wooderson 1 cattere '""'"' ," H % -'' ,; -; -i> '•,,..., T ,„in )... %  .. i.e, u.v'* ivsied will .. S h.eol rvlevblon Service come Into being. In full production, kg lha country sejfi.ewsprint re roncerned. % % '-n.i'.r. %  Barbed) on Deoetnbai ,>,,. n. Uer. g^hM gSj a^W,,od^m ::i ire Miss 1 .„, „ vt.~t,.i , the nm(M1B sporllng person..! American lonsuliite. Mr. Lyle Oordpn Knhards. champion Joc. Ik..!--. Mtnaflion Oft imi.hael and Mr Tmiv LawuL |(,.y Rf,. Harris, cycle sprint Departmenl of Trinidad and They are all going lo Trinidad champion, and Don Cockell. the i>n hort visits. Uixer. BY THE WAY T ins is really !<>•> exetUni lor With tWO days lo go. an anah I ires quoti.l in tn. %  .•nber poll ghows lha DOd) votes as .|..ite. the iliu*l figures will si) with those conL reci nl forecast. the totWith the aorta, tin raaull will I diete.1. 11 u raall %  nnal •*••• l ton lytd until IhS el'vto figures an known -a, that it wHl hpossible then lo chevk pui 1 rathe actual rttult 1 I ',1 warn voters thai Ihe Haachi omls 1 poll musl not ineon. ar 3 ll a 111 t 1 %  I Don't Know" on your voTing paper. -/fisao/c Wo* tiiat %  11 M a m y* tardaj morning by st.unds 01 music. It turned out that a young man was strumming I guitar beneath Ihe balcony of her nut. and lhal her stupid daughter bad and lhn.*t Ing behind Uu trellis -A nl the borough," 1 .. %  ihe face by %  rl aole flung from an uppar window.'' \ftirginul Alt A CHI 11 I) ill Si BBS Bul possible IMI 1 with in who suddenly f.iiisi what The line • ing In ball) I I %  ihii bi 1 with 1 1 In)OH yiifl-Ciinnvitiu*? H ERE are aMie further hints .. 'in.tba i'--i out of ajosL fi>r tht ill) ntio'i oi the |*al utilisation jomt Council i. A serifs of matches held under s lump of coal will eventually warm it a little without using it op too quickly. It Mix paper with the CM will glv %  on Intpn itori or coatntaa. 111 The munent the nro lali'. pul II out with wnter. The fuel aavad can then txuaad taasn, m it has dried. iv A ..vek's saving of the HOI wilier use.i for tea will give one COld 1 ''h •".,.,% tell d .tM millinn linn it/ I Hjii.iri. f .s//''fi T wo Hundred and Thirty Mili" -i t. %  i>i ih|ti.iu,' were m a ran In ii Ugwiu-eroad bua olghl it .toougM to i" By BEACHCOMBER thieves. A police report speaks of several hundred thousand men being involved in order lo get the %  duff away mmkly A local pawnbrokuuc premises renaiad nothing A Home Office expert questioned the assumption that there was oiiK one lorry, on the grounds that no ordinary lorry 1 ould contain so much liquorice. riic police are anxious to question ,1 brown-haired man of about M. who is believed to have fallen l.-ep in the lorry before the robI < r\ took placa 1 KOSSWOItlr r 13 4 r .— r .!" "" %  • w In Pmml*$ iVl. I E VEN those." It says. dislike the American phn.ses must admit that they ai • much slicker than our own." What could be slicker than lo '< beck Up on" instead ol 'Vheik." "try out" inste.nl >•! "try." and "get it over with" %  H L.W;" I Win.. 'low way, .ne f." ihinga, they are -lukl v "fgdl Up tu" lb m /: Rupert and the Lion Rock—25 RuptH I •rh l Hr bey tihe* nfl hit >i;ri m.i %  I . 1 Miudf the aYllh -h ihHI %  I plutiK'10 H^jwrt ,4irne* i Midi Snip."• o nl tn* Fisnoli maRi Slit'iid ' 1 rrnira* to ctrliil. i3l i .. in 1 1.'"am* Utrd id ituin. %  %  *• ' ''" ,,'?' tell about tKing tarti-',''. %  'M. I, ||AI t CAM.I | OF ( III ROM I. HTKIF A \ \\ \III IKAIt. RAIDERS PLAZA OISTIN %  .1 M.-. %  in a viai ms HI ll lii l\ Wl Mi o ,s ... ... ,ii, BAIIDI i i a i %  ii r< <. AICTY THE OARItEN — **T. JAkfE VWAI1D IK.IIIIN'O I MIII'R IH NM MO BStS %  a 1,1 .III ISI \l II \\s I %  H;wla1 >S|at K.v X-liln—n—a. 1.4, lurpli tlfkl CARIBBEAN PREMIERE* 2 SHOWS TO-MORROW Stli (Bank-llolidav) I.M — 4.15 — DO p m. and cuntlnuliif; dally 4.45 A lllpm 1I1F MARINE HOTEL LTD. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10TH. 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TRUMAN CALLS FOR DISARMA

ThisFateful| Malta Is Europe’ s |“No Going! DISTINGUISHED MP. Atomic Wea Spree
| To Be Banned

November Front Line Back aauidenne ta

By HARRY FERGUSON + 2
7 MSNEW YORK, Nov. 7 > oe eer Lyttelton Says PRESIDENT TRUMAN today appealed to the Soviet
Union to accept sweeping and detailed disarmament pro

Historia 50 years from now, . ‘ ‘ MALTA, Nov. 7. (From Our Own Correspondent)
may come to the conclusion that! THIS tiny warscarred Mediterranean island, which two LONDON, Nov, 7 posals including the ultimate prohibition of atomic
weapons.

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In a worldwide broadcast on “international arms reduc-
















































November 1951 was the month years ago threatened to quit the British Empire and hoist} The demand for some state~
1at shaped the course of world the United States flag is ranked by Service Chiefs of tix ment of the intentions of the new



events for the next tw r three : : : . | Government towards the colonies . “ a 3 ” on

aecades. ‘The Nations have arrived] Atlantic Alliance as the pivot of the southern flank in|, pressed again today = me ; oe : tion” Truman said the key to the plan pare he

at the point where three avenues} European Defence. It is not difficult to understand, even|first press conference of Secre to the United Nations General Asseny phe 3 a age
of action are open before them: on a flying visit to this island, which has been a British|tary of State for the Coloni Western powers was a “proposal t » find Bat Sxastly AH

Firstly, World War III, second-| outpost since 1814, why Malta must assume a great|Cliver Lyttelton, But he wai pee oy P 2 | precisely what arms and armed forces each country has’

f alistic settle . oe ; , : iving nothin wa rge i , “ } ; ; aa i
ee ie ne] strategic significance in this area of new international the lneme gutheving it eel | Truman's three point plan called for: One: A continuing
1 etlweer y 1 s a b ? : ar a aa de ey oe
anti-Communist blocs, and third-| Stresses and strains, resulting from Egypt's abrogation of|to be patient and wait for a inventory of all armed forces and armaments to be checked
and verified by inspectors working under the United

ly, the continuation of the Cold _ its” treaty with Britain. | indication of Tory policy. a
Nations

Ww Through Malta, pass the West-|, wae recognising that _ Mr.
This month probably will be i ir communi-}LYttelton had an exeuse in that ~ - ———— we: Specific arrangements for
actual reduction of armed

[ T ene: Alles 608 aie Si he has only been in office a week,
decisive not because World War .N, | cations with most parts of the ae . ?
III is likely to break out in roops | {| Pressmen drew his attention te ked out whili

Commonwealth and the Far East. | i. 7 Ro ae . § veh sth to be we
that time or that a_ sure-fire suspicion in certain quarters ° \ this. precess of inventory and in-
pection is tak ing place

In the concept of naval and a :

i h 4 vs " ; of the colonies, regarding their
SOLA BIA. WHat | SURPRISES: Bae Re-ea ture | Strategy, the little island becomes! future under Tory’ rule. Lyttel« Three’ Reductions on the basi
forever is likely to be adopted he- virtually the gateway from the] ton's reply was that he was being ire asi:

fore December ; s West to India and Pakistan and| asked for a statement “a bit too
Intentions will become Clear ost ills ;to the vast continent of |











these steps to be made as soon









K i that can be done with a full

K t ess to al
The reason is that in the next | On A Precipice ? Progressive People “UXxeCcu ive wise aia — ’ F
three weeks both the Communist 8TH ARMY H.Q., Korea | Malta does not look like aj} He added: “You will find we “Suc a a programme would have
and Anti-Communist blocs will *"Nov.7 colony on the verge of a financial| are a very progressive people in | jto be agreed upon by all countries
have a pretty clear idea about United Nations troops have -¢. {and perhaps constitutional pre-|the matter of constitutional } Co n il hav ing ubstantial military power
each other's intentions captured the last of three hills|cipice which Maltese opinion] changes.” } u Cl |; nd ratified according to their own

The places where these inten-}lost to the Reds in bloody fighting| claims it is. One thing about which he was | nstitutional practices”
tions will become clear are Paris}onthe western front yesterday In 1947 Malta was given'{emphatic was that his poliey i From Our Own Correspo easont |" —U.P
and the Korean truce town of}The hill, commanding a height|responsible government through would not have an economic bias | a M _GREN ADA, N ; vt i
sairy, 2 , resic oh was

Panmunjom, No two opinions}north west of Yonchon, fell to ajthe Legislative Assembly of 40]%0 the disadvantage of constitu-

about the cold war coincide ex-|United Nations reconnaissance] members headed by Prime Minis-|tional progress. To his mind | today elected by secret ballot by 24. Say ed F rom
actly but most informed sources|patrol which met_ surprisingly|ter Paul Boffa, who went to}e@conemic development and con-| MR. R. A. BUTLER, after gaining high educational dtstinctions at | all members of the new legis aoe

would agree with these general|little resistance. Most of the! Lo ‘ te onea|Stitutional advancement Brust go Cambridge went into Parliamont in 1929. His name has been given | ° 5 one of the three elected to be
observations: First. .Communists|1,500 Reds who had’ seized it had| to Tn ane eas? hand in hand. to the Education Act of 1944 which he piloted through Parliament member of the Executive Council i Burnt ip
would like to end the Korea war|apparently withdrawn under He returned to tell his Parlia- On the economic side he point. when Minister of Education, and he held Ministerial posts at the (together with T. A Marryshow,
rather than fight through another} cover of darkness last night. ment that the island celia voan ed out that the days of the buyers’| India Office, the Foreign Office, and the Ministry of Labour. After . artier electer Deput) President. j¢ EATTLE, Washington, Noy.
winter but are trying to drive a presented with the George Cr “s{market in the U.K. are now pagt the Conservative Party passed into Opposition in 1045, Mr. Butler nd Cyril Sylvester, both the latter Twency four survivors -of Se
hard bargain at Panmunjom, But Farther west Red troops drove | Pres . . Na dee rOSS.!and terms of trade are in favour} ‘ook a leading part in the work of its re-organization, becoming chair | ishting the general election under} orain laden liberty ship Geérge
the preliminary sparring is over|A!lied units from a hill near ve Sea ae of the loyalty offof the primary producer, It was| man ofthe Conservative Research Dopartment in 1946. He was born | '"'¢ Action Committee banne: Walton raked by fire on “the
and negotiations have reached the|/<°T@ngpe. However, United as people, during the war, could/|ikely therefore they would see| in India in 1002, and educated at Marlborough and Cambridge, where “Marryshow was elected Deputy orm-tossed Pacific were. fished
point where officers are drawing Nations forces re-grouped . and expect no financial aid from|the economic development of the | his father, after a distinguished career in India, became Master of | / resident by eight to five with tome the tukbulent eee Steere
lines on maps and talking iny@@7t0ok the height in a counter | Britain. Disappointment stirred ]|colonies keep up with their con-| Pembroke College. | Gairy his rival candidate »_ fof northwest Washingtortoust
specific fabline: thar general cere attack. Communist jet fighter} up latent discontent, and a rebel|stitutional advance. eres ‘ \dministrator Wallace MacMil- ; eo eee ~ ’ iH
That méates the slinaaneets Sai planes made their first appearance element led by the former Deputy lin who was President, prior to | Wednesday Six crewmen-——sti

| a over Northwest Korea today, in| Prime Minister, Dominic Mintoff No Going Back e e 7 -@ the arrival of the Governor ad- {were unaccounted for and-taree

be stponed : or 2 R), , . Be. ‘ ; z ; ot

hare ei | Ue nee. Bae three days 114 M.1I.G. 15’s|/threatened to haul down the He gave categorical FS toidina! ritain ill Kee dressed the new Hou ‘ - ifter a) — to have pésiched
- or as angle vi “e ‘ r * - ‘ Maen r —. thee being sworn in by Chief ustic ward th lip

truce talks will be suspended and tangled with more than 30}Union Jack and hoist the Stars}fhat there was no intention to go, | ¢ ' € }

United Nations planes in threc/and Stripes. Then both Boffa|back on such constitutional D, EB. Jackson administered the A coast guard plane reported























the ws: NV fe ‘ e ember t » a
Rigi = aa walish for World separate encounters, but neither! and Mintoff went to London. The|@dvances as have already bees | e | ath to — om ber At a later 14) four others apparently
; ' Sh tor WOrMd! side scored any hits. British Gove . stened ¢ made, There would be no re- | Stage of the meeting he announced fdrowned when the lifeboat over=

War III now and probably has no a aeeaye vovernment listened and tarding of the roces: f consti the Hons erence Commisiong w t Th jreek ret t shi

intention of attacking anybod Puzzling Strategy decided to rescind its orders for |‘@rC!ng © e process of consti- ~ppoltited Assistant Adminintvatos turned. The Greek merchant ship

She. te vt eveces to tees . 4 uzziing Strategy the discharge of certain workers tutional advance he declared. iat 2 Renvdi “ADD ihe a Katherine, one of three vessels

‘ S : se vy 5 . au . , vick appointes m ‘ teil oem

knock over nations by military] Communist strategy in ground , in the naval dockyard, which the @ On page 7 the oficial side from the Council, {@ ‘2 a ne : rok 12 une

means but she probably would not]fighting puzzled Allied observers. Maltese said was aggravating the a T' i Y Tal | The Chamber was crowded to ]* amen @ poet k a ne rE se oaaee
go to war for some abstract prin-| When the Reds began their heavy; ¢risis in the island. ’ . BUTLER ELLS COMMONS | sapacity ext freighter rescuer ‘ a MA,
ciple. She doubtless jabours under| Western front attacks on Sunday, ea: ple) REPUBLICANS | No proposition ere made on [others from the nearly swamped
the handicap of an inferior atomic|it was assumed that they were: Just Superficial rw By SHACKF | he case of the foregoing cluctions, |}ifeboa lhe George Walton
arsenal and all is not well inside|ttying to push back the United| The British Government gave x ioe y y A ORD }members only writing the names flashed an S.O.S. Tuesday that

European satelifte nations Nations line to improve their bar-; Malta £30,000,000 for damage GAIN SEAT ; lor persons known to be eligible, |faues had broken out in the en-
But she will continue to make}S2ining position in the Panmun-j repairs, £ 2,720,000 for food sup- LONDON, November 7, \and placing the slips in a lass jar |gine room and Were spreading
threatening gestures to denounce|JOm truce-talks.. plies and development purposes, WASHINGTON,” Nov. 7. “WINSTON (CHURCHILL'S Government called se passed ‘round by the Clerk of the |rapidly . .

Americans and British as “war-|, However, the Communists have! and £120,000 for the Malta Uni-| Republicans gained a Congres-| fy. on austerity programme to avoid bankruptcy, mass aon for the declaration of the} Radio Operator James (Moch-

mongers” and try to win. power|R¥lled back north after seizing} versity. These funds have brought}sional seat and several Mayors loyment 4 tree : edd ee ae tritt coolly pounded out’ his

by political infiltration, Allied territory and holding it] what the Maltese described as aon Tuesday in scattered elections unemployment and hunger. Chancellor of the Exchequer | ire. burning ship’s position until Qe
Yes” or “No” for ag perheen : ‘et “superficial” full employment for |marked by charges of crime andj RR. A. Butler shocked the House of Cornmons with the BR ine ii Coratitin * ‘ vessel was abandoned, He then
Trina: The Meedtlanma of the ao s a a Ames” a the pexaniy's 315,000 people, which corruption, | nounceirgent that the dollar deficit in October, alone was}, aE aay Te aa meatal vet, [sent from the lifeboat with a

Anti-Communist coalition ‘is thut| balance. ; ee oe eee te Ace ee eS Ane $320,000,000 and annually $3,840,000,000,. anticipate the budget session as Bitassany PO ce or eg Me pe POP

a ab TR? ra a a ce : A hill, northeast of Yonchon dockyard at Malta is the princi- kn the 1952 >residential pamnbign Britain’s total gold and dollar reserves are now only|that was not the busine ae Matu Poke the first vessel to

£00¢ argaining position with|was te y waves screaming |... F ‘taaee . = ee mn 3s > g4c eting and he would only exter | oor

Moscow but by so ‘aunt it gives ps tahoe. by waves of ign me pal means of livelihood for the figured heavily in results of $2,949,000,000, sa Rs tin Dalpot , Nefere reach the Walon’s position. A

the Russians a chance to accuse|the heaviest Communist attacks|°°!0"Y, Which produces nothing| Tuesday's ballo.ing. | Butler announced a massive cut in imports— £ 350,000,000 |+cuching other aspect coast guard plane guided the
the Western world of plotting}in recent months. Allied efforts @ On page 7 Crime-buster, Rudolph Halley a year mostly from the dollar area. “We are buy-| He would like them to remember [Japanese vessel to the scene by

var, That accusation does not|to recapture the hill later in the 38, former Chief Counsel of the ing with our accumulated gold reserves or obtaining on | £ratefully the labours of their pre- {dropping flares. —U.P.
tand up with public opinion injday were repulsed. A _ recon- ‘ . United States Senate Crime Com- c : ° decessors with whom he was pri-«

the democracies but it has a pow-{naissance force was sent out this Ma nuel Fangio On mittee stepped into the Presi- vest: hundreds of millions of pounds worth of food to kee P|! vileged to serve, with a special }!

erful effect on the nations Russiaymorning to scout the ground for 4 2 7 dency of the New York City us alive and material to keep us at work’’ Butler said |word of congratulation to the | :
ints to influence. ja later attacking force.—U.P Way To Argentina Council, the second highest office | Sa Pe: f | father of the House for his safe The “ADVOCATE '
Within a few days the inten-j of the biggest United States city > i dni Seo te ie ana a cons | return to the oot pe Sees so},

tion of the Russians should be- ROME, Nov. 7. Running as an_ independent, | ound Declines ito Correst diesarity bat nd m an near years, referring to Marry=- pays for NEWS.

come clear at the United Nations | ¢ U I N FEVER” Argentine racer Juan Manuel|Halley swamped the Democrat, | ‘ < spar vetween wha how. 7

General Aseemb! ; MANCH R A : t vua Manu eens Sed t ve rt ae - we earn and what we buy we shall Reviewing the new constitution’s

nera sembly, —U.P. Fangio left for Argentina aboard| Joseph Sharkey, and ran_ rings} NEW YORK Novy. 7%. find we cannot buy what we want. | principal changes he said it was
STRIKES U.N. TROOPS ;*" Argentine Airlines plane to-;around the representative Henry | The British pound |} We shall lack materials to main-| necessary at this stage to retain Dial 3113

Sov iet I Gi | day, after a succesful Buropean j J. _Latham, the Republican declined sharply in fereign tain employment and to keep ra- | {he nominated element and broad-
s iving : TOKYO, Nov. 6, |season, in which he won the/nominee.—U.P. exchange trading today as tions even at the present level. We | on the basis of the Council as well Day or Night

ee It has been learned that an| world racing championship. a result of Prime Minister shall in fact be bankrupt, idle and |
. ‘erious Study” To | or iental disease belleved to be|Aboard the same craft were Ar- || Churehill’s warning Tuesday hungty.” } @ On page 7

“Manchurian Fever" is striking; gentine drivers, Froilan Gonzales, Modern Weapons that England is threatened

>: i} . ite tan aa ; ae ari ‘ “arlos Mendeteg | y 5 , Dark, Hungry Winte
ao 1e United Nations troops “in Korea.| Marimon and Carlos Mendeteguy. ‘ with national bankruptey ark, gry inter
Big Four Meeting Brigadier General William E.|'They were accompanied by Carlo Mark Red Day || Speculators unloaded both lee
PARIS. Noy. 7 Shambora, the newly appointed! Valasco and Juan Guzzi, A large ; ‘| spot and futures pounds, nt hi a t eee added up a
The Sovict Foreign Minister, Chief Surgeon of ‘the United|crowd of racing enthusiasts gath- MOSCOW, Nov. 7 || and liquidation brought vee ae eran e mon a fae
. vanadate ice Sakae aida ; J. ae e since a ‘ 1
inp Vyshinsky, prior to open-| Nations Command said that dis-'ered at the airport to bid fare-' Soviet Russia paraded its mosi Jower prices, been living beyond her ingame andl
ing the General



ssembly at 10.40;}ease may be an epidemic.—U.P. well to the party-—U.P. modern weapons through the I The 90 day futures posti-
am. said that the Soviet Union| Square in subzero cold and snow tion fer the pound slumped meet with Amertean aid. Britain |
was giving “serious study” to ea storm in one of its most impressive one a half cents to $2.75 is now going broke and the spiral |

possibility of a meeting between ieores shows of military might and 40 day currency fell one is greater than at any time since
ae eg Josef Stalin and leaders | Scores of the latest type jet nalf cent to $2.783.—U.P. ‘the great crisis of 1947
of the Big Three Western nations, 7 Oops a i planes raced low through a driving

The’ Foreign Minister told re- snow storm, Whether Butler's programme re-
porters that appeals were made The demonstration marked the ] r serves the trend or not, Britons
yesterday by Winston Churenill - , |34th anniversary of the Bolshevil: IRAN WILLING ro are ee mm a cold hungry and dark
and the French President Vincent ian i a 2 Revolution, Minister of War, A . winter. But the report indirectly
Auriol for 4 Four =) M, VaSilevski, read the order of SELL 10, 000, 000 accused the former Socialist Gov-

most of the time making both ends |





Power meeting.




































Vyshinsky said thet this posed a the day to the troops, and as- eee ene Oe eutl eveviby
“very serious question.” “It needs ~ ae at J sured the nation that it could’ a a ation, Former socla
ouch: elles Beis ae c CAIRO, November 7. rely on Red armed forces which TONS OIL TO U. K. on ellor eee Gaitske ll imme-
, BRITISH TROOPS raided an Egyptian village in thejare virtually guarding the coun . rb diately protested what he said wa
syp I '
; ; . ‘orists who |try’s security and perfecting their] , WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. | Butler's “dishonest and untrue im-
7; Ve T. Suez Canal Zone, rounding up suspected terr orists who combat readiness ’ ad Authoritative sources told United] putation
wo rears 1a had been pouring Sten gun fire into British Military |""yacilevski denounced the Unitea|P!¢ss Wednesday night that the aie
tJ. “CONVOYS, States for openly preparing Anti- State Department is reported to] Payngjents Union Threatened
Salvage Ship: The British strike at Egyptian “underground” in the|Soviet war by remilitarizing West pave intcenies the ae vee sad id ‘
; fae : ment that Iran is willing to sell up jutler also announced e im-
HAMBURG, Germany, Nov. 6 troubled village of Abulgamous near Ismailia, started|¢*™ Germany and Japan, 7 to 10,000,000 ton of clk suniially te position of: a system. of quotes for
_ Salvage experts saiq that: the shortly after dawn. It was carried out without any —U-P. Britain but Iran intends to run the] imports from Furopean countries
ill-fated Argentine motor-ship]_ incident according to the United Press correspondent in Abadan oil refinery He sald Britain's dafstt ise the
Maipu, which sank oft Bremer- Cairo. Kaesong Is A 1 Sources said that at present European Payments Union was so
haven Harbour on Sunday, after there is only one foreign techni-] large that it threatened the stabil-
colliding wilh the Uniteg ‘States Meanwhile, the economic section of the Egyptian Foreign St t ° Cit cian at Abadan. He is reported to] ity of the Union itself, “We must
troopship General M. L. Heresy Ministry recommended increased trade by Egypt with ra egic tl ry be a Swede who is in charge of immediately quench any doubts
can be raised from the ocean Communist Eastern Europe security arrangements to avoid the] about the strength of sterling and
} rhe first es A Sts en : b 2 _ . TOKYO, Nov. 7 danger of fire. They said that the} about our ability in the United ~
bottom. The first estimates were This move for closer ties with ’ , . ; -
that the costs of salvaging the ARTIE’S HEADLINE the Comm ot tan 6 : If neutra'ity restrictions were |National Iranian Oil Corporation] Kingdom to manage its affairs ef- You asked for Benson and Hedges cigareties, Madam
$4,000,000, 11 500 to thihene 5. ld < ia. h mae came aftey lifted tomorrow one of the big- |would be willing to employ other|fectively. We must put beyond |
be prohibi ive , iehcae om tg \ aoe at ae eee gest battles of the Korean war |foreign oil technicians. But, they | question our determination to de-
i tuDLLIVe, jlast nig at she “cannot re- robs 7 2 i > »m-| velop the earning power which, is ° : : :
a oe P ‘ent robabl y the said, the Corporation will not em } rning } r 27 aAe To e : .
_ Experts warned, however that main indifferent” to the alleged pee. wee _dovele. fo ty \ploy any Soviet Russians It also} needed to buy food and raw ma- Occasions ol unique and special
it might take ag long as two years violations of her rights and sov- a ar) 2 promo, oy refers not to employ any British}|terials upon which our island
to raise the vessel, all of whose i e b tish tr vf Kaesong. Both sides want it || , he | ec y depend:
asnenier and "Oe é d reignty by British troops in the|}poth now!and in the event of a| because British employees of the| economy depend
passengers a ew were /Sé Ee ie . " see
Natoub she went down, Phey ‘paid corne Food n Secret e| Pee re ae ously refused Iranian’ offegs of em-|, Unless the terribly wide gap in enioyment call for cigarettes
that the storms near the Frisian i th tas ecretary reieas-| Right now Communists have ployment, They said Iranians | Pritain’s trade balance is corrected 1 y * 5
Islands. where the shin sank in it ea esi: note sent to th€|it and the U.N. army is forbid-|\Would be willing to employ on a] #t once, Butler said, all reserve
about 75 feet of ean and the vee g “—r" pe tn poet den by neutrality orate rolion AON will be eaten up in pay for food
ps ae : % nee ja yeve Lie, charging Britain|from ‘attacking it. There are On page 7 imports. “We shall find we can- , ,
sand over it would be the major with “aggression”. Egypt has|three ati iized te in Korea e not bey what we want”, he said, m ade by BENSON 2nd HEDGES to
difficulties in carrying out any jjunked the 1936 Treaty with Diane wheter er rain otis ‘we shall in fact be bankrupt, idle $
salvage operations . . : an ry.”
vag perations of eye | Br itain and ordered British troops} gre negotiations are held, Mun MARCIANO’S LIFE 1 hungry,
: Le yeve, the Suez. The British|gan where U.N. negotiators have THREA NED If the steps decided on were in- re fle ct the rare perfect ion and to
lave refused . aa aesong | TE ‘ *TLEC
FT their base camp and Kaesong| dequate tu kee; terling strot - ¢ €
} SHIP ONDON. Nov. 7 In this morning’s raid, troops where Reds have their we) | bee CKTON. Massachusett Ge ve rnment would not ate \
The 19,200 orme Brazil- of Britain’s North Lancashire |¢#™p.—U.P. BROCKTON, Massach Nov. + take further % ay I u oO ¢
+ hie . } ” ors ~ + . ras } bt our inte on to ike and ° "
battleshi; » Paulo which Regiment moved into the mudhut as , | The Brockton Enterprise Times] jo05 sterling stror he said. He echo the W hole contented mood
| loose fram a tow ing vessel | with fixed oer First Woman. d the Police Department Wed-} wae arra » for con ad
1e Azore ndayv t i said hat tritis soldiers | ‘ ane y
| : i Az _ ee ae “I was named * Winston ait -etés i. : ae * € - PARIS, Nov pn iday received anonymous post-] Commonwealth Finance Mini i
ot Be anh, e day The prese own-| . dy vering ver 2xit as he : still } ol saa onscnsdet arta ® ; ;
| probably change it now.” a roa wa unanimously ele diw be made to kill heavyweig etho ‘ reng
the Britist fron and Steel s | British troop neoverea a if w | Chairman of the Social Commit-!boxer Rocky Marciano when his} jj B When
r who bought “IKE” RETURNS weapor nd placed ispected } tee of the General Assembl) She horne town welcome him bach Le
! I G terrorists ir barbed wire com-| wy » first w > to be} Saturda 10M tion whie! 1 our
, TO PARIS ce : jwas the firs woman ever ni :
PI a und for que nin |selected for such a post i the! Police Chief Edward , Sullican yple have never failed 2 .
; —_ u Ye PARIS, Nov. 7. | Assembly. Guatemala atten pted,|said he believed the warning the truth i only thee bedt
€ f A towing crew| General Eisenhower, the Su- Women and children remained satedly. during s, Figueroa’ definitels the york. of before the Ones
Sao Paulo| reme Commander of the North | ir asin durir the r Villager een oe te vis moe eee tt re l ha l a a : ‘ “a Le
u a pr mman I I r iring } Villag jnomination tc -t » floor, t 1 al é é wz tO
t A nt Force arrived here by | had beer told before that the} Chairm: ay ‘ t eelca yw ild be ie
. uP ‘ 7 > } Hated % > U.P ’ - F
i I ! YF I j _U F Trav +e
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Carb C ® Television For Schools W.I Mother’s | SSS SS)
eRe 1 e
; ' ee ae: ° \} THRILLS AND CHE
B.B.C. London Letter Union Helping: : '
: No Excuse ;
\2 Comptroller for Develop- She Screams For Stars YNIGHT Club 5 of the Girls’ ° ¥ i
t_and Welfare, and British T Insta Uaion - raving A Weekly Miscellany From The 58
mmissiol in spending a few : nce at the Jnion’s head- *,* . . The Mothers’ i ed |
c % in the Siccaid Islands on 4 Quartere. Dancing begins at British Broggloaigi Corporation an po Bb ee ee
his ret i from the recent me

ing of the Caribbean Commis-
sion in St. Croix.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951
s® GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG., Jamaica |
Cc -Chairman of the Caribbean =
Co
can 9 o'clock, this country for clothing to send|



Dont get the excuse that the 7 : ‘ to. Jamaice n i t
THE BBC is Q gw oOo Ja ca. Answering requests
Australian cricke. broadcast will THE BBC is now pianning



fromm their members in Jamaica,



: fide British school children mem
: paideee, tka Py keep you at home. There is a P!ovide British schoo ee Ma ’ a: the Mothers’ Union are asking for .
tha Sone ~ oo a An.igua radio in the immediate vicinity. with their own television genes a dam 8 Be uty ectton frocks, light shirts and AT LEEWARD «, cc 7
rom November 3 to 7. He. is mow 6 ** School broadcasts are widely ack- shorts, and sandals, Parcels will
in St. Kitts and wil “be~ there Passed Final Exam. nowledged to be amongst the most " Ad 5

until Sunday

Old Harrisonians

LD Harrisonians -vesident in

Trinidad had their annual
get .ogether this year in Port-of-
Spain at the Hotel Normandie
on Saturday night,

Among those present were Mr
Harold Haskell, son of Mr. H. N.-j
Haskell, former headmaster o f§
Harrison College, Mr. W. Dudley
Isaac, Mr. A. Johnson, Capt. H
A, Thorne, and Mr. C. V. H.
Archer.

Leaving For U.K.
FP Ue Goliite is expected to ar-

rive irom Trinidad tomo. -
row afternoon ac 3 o’clock and

> se as ¢ 9 ~ h-
WV R. GLADSTONE F. BAR- important services of the BBC and ste tied Scelt a clot
KER of the Customs De- fo: some time both the Corpora- “The ‘appeal was launched at
partment has passed the final ex- tion and the School Broadcasting +a ancmal meeting of the South-
amina ion in “Building Draughs- Council have felt that an exten- eae (London) M.U. opened by |
munsh'5” of the National Insti- sion of these broadcasts to tele- Mrs. Fisher, wife of the Arch-
tute of Engineering in England. vision would be an advantage. [{t bishop of Canterbury.
He is an overseas student. would not be practicable to begin “The M.U., it will ‘be recalled, |
As a result of this success he Such a_ service until most of sent £100 to Jamaica. It was
has been awarded the Associate Britain is covered by television, part of the Union’s Jubilee Year|
Membership of the Insti ute pessibly by the end of 1952, and gift to the Queen, on whose sug-
(A.M.N. Inst. E.) until equipment is available thet gestion the £100 was sent to the|
Mr. Parker is at present at- Will enable a whole class of chil- Jamaica branch.
tending a class in “Structural 4ren’ to watch the broadcasis Interested
Mechanics” “upervised by the without eyestrain, Sets with big

It is too early to say yet what
Parbados Evening Institute screens and high definition are fesperse will be given’ to this
: Ged ; : needed and they are at present

9 hurricane appeal just launched,
On Honeymoon very expensive, Television seis bor the interest. aroused was
(PENDING their honeymoon with extensions from the main obvious from the eagerness with
in Barbados are Mr. and set to different classrooms are which those attending the meet-
Mrs. Michael Martinez who were considerably more costly than ing crowded round the West
will leave ag soon as_ possible married in Trinidad on Seen cidinary radio sets and to over- Indies section of an sveteaes
afterwards for Southampton, } merning, They flew over from come these difficulties and make exhibition arranged for the
Passengers leaving & the : EZELLE POULE “Trinidad on Monday by B.W.I.A. school television a possibility the occasion,
Golfito are, Miss H. M. Challenor, Practises in the Mountains. Paid and are quests at the Hotel Royal. co-operation of both local educa-

The exhibition reflected life
Mrs. P. Horlock, Mrs. J. E, Lea- Mr. Martinez who is on_ the ticnal authorities and the radio and work in various parts of the

“GARDEN OF EDEN BALL”
AT
PARADISE BEACH CLUB
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT:
10th Nov.
FUN AND GAMES!
PRIZES!!
MOONLIGHT!!!
WEAR WHAT YOU LIKE!







To Scream.

och i ste irways i ini- j ry wi | irec wi i where there are branches

cock and two children, Mr, and taff of B.W.I. Airways in Trin'- industry will be required worlc . , ack s

Mrs. F ‘ani ae eg sl ey bh , dad is the son of Mr. and Mrs, of the Union—in Dominion 9 ,
Mts. F. H. Manifold, Miss Sonia T° save wear and tear on the \inuel Martinez of Trinidad. Benefits ehakitvies Attica and. tha weet IT’S PARADISE!
Malone, Mr. G. Page, Mr, A. F, vocal cords of the stars, Mrs

90 ‘ , Martinez is the forme: Indies. Exhibits in many cases
Russell, Mrs. J, N. Spencer, Hollywood pays Ezelle Poule £50 Tessie Camps-Campins. daughter There is ao suggestion that in

laster M come from overseas.
Master M. Spencer and Mrs. D. a day to scream for them. And of pr, and Mrs. J. Camps- providing school television broad-

The West Indies stall was out-













A. Fowler. i , tal she is in constant demand, Campins also of Trinidad. casts the BBC will seek to make standing. It showed sea_ island CE AND SNACKS $1.00
Biography _ Miss Poule has screamed for Q teachers unnecessary or to super: cotton, the sugar cane flower, gin- Be
MM" H. B. Louis, Headmaster Send _Crawford (in. the film Big Question avde the existing schools broad- : ger, Coffee, beans, and, of
ot St. Edward’s College piathtothaas ted arta Lp svg West Indians both g¢asts. Television lessons will be course, cigars and rum. Work of
Matta haw written 4 shor, on ° Green) and many others home and abroad have been supplementary to the present cur- MISS VOORHEES West Indian members oe E M p i R E
. ; ‘ ' ; ‘ ays ric . { vas see ’
ogiaphy of his ancestor Admiral | She practises sometimes in the asking during the past few uae riculum, and it will be left to eos eens Seka nied bet
Sw Thomas Louis Bt. basement of the Hollywood home how the change in Government teachers to decide in what ways “British have lovely complextons” need ework and oa him. f TO-DAY ONLY 4.30 & 8.1
Admiral Louis was a frieng of —after warning neighbours not to in Britain wi affect the colonies. their pupils may best benefit from RICAN = BORN. ‘Clair ee ‘dad hats a ees ee ers: ; ne
Nelon and took part in seve al call the police. But generally she That is a _big question to try to such a service, which may well iso i). eee hi eae ond soe = m B oa rian 5 voc
f the well ye on hatte eg dtives out into the mountains and answer, The West Indies will be play an important part in educa- Voorhees 36 - year - 2Iid es and sisal mats from Barbados. BASIL RATHBONE in:
Shia stirs ae Senate of So for a lonely spot “where | figuring more prominently in the tion in the future. Some subjects, brunette, gees al! over the world Photographs on view showed the
4 5 ra pees of naval his- aan ht enihs my head off in peace.” House of Commons in future, (such as English) will derive lecturing on colour in make-up. aftermath of the Seren ae BLACK CAT™
Pia ct eh ee ae _LES, both at question time and in jittle or no additional benefit This gives her the opportunity of well as people at work on. the , +
Sh bf distinction in the debates. A new scheme is being from television but others, such studying the beauty habits in th» ae pence and the Trini- AND
cs é yaters at- Lutes . ‘ i ies altel ce ae 0 ag dad Asphé ake.
tle of ‘Gen omines on one British Guiana Old Boys devieet eit oe taelaenegeaty an = Ses seis aka carton’ oe : sae of her com- ‘Organiser of the stall, Mrs. ee
. , ary Sseience, socia de 2 ere are § r a alec an «
#006. LD BOYS of Queen's College, @fairs. Shortly it may be possi- affairs may well find the new ments Woodland, has ‘spent seven years “BLACK NARCISSUS
In 1813 one of his sons settled oO itie Meet oa 8°; ble to reveal further details of i st helpful, whilst the in the West Indies, mainly in
A British Guiana, resident in J); medium most helpful, whils n hive ome sven Barbados and British Guiana DEBORAH KERR
in Bridgetown and founded : a, this new plan. va atin t he tele- South American women, even Barbados anc is aulé
branch of % i St i England, have been asked to sub- value: of: immediacy. in the: tele... poorest of them are seldom Her husband served as a missicn-
ranch of the family there. It is scribe towards providing a drop- vised presentation of current <4, vith : anicure at y there
understood: that Mrs. C. E, O'Neal curtain te the oun re - e Great Week queniy: lat Gieteuis seen without a manicure and ary there.
foods that Mrs. C. E, al curtain » new stage : s is s. catiiire they t Bother ruch
of vet St. Peter is the only new Queen's College, At the AST week has been a great Bef television service for eae" tials facial ps Py = (yee: Opening TOMORROW 4.45 & 8.15
surviving felative of this branch moment Mr. E, O. Pilgrim and Mr week for Trinidad-born Mc- SD: Se ee ere Bélgian women make-ur : : 20th C
: ; a z ; ! hn Toe a : . ia sl gis . ake-up mor a 20th C-FOX BIG TECHNICOLOR ! —
of he fi iin Baden HAM. Bech trmer ta er. Donal Bei cra on Sahel, Pa ABC BEN war tent her waren, sng ai Mexico To Have MUSICA
, which costs 6/6 plus ©! sputy Principals of Queen's champion. Last Sunday a oly ae ae ear - in their spare time improving their ; ss o
postage ‘has been recenily pub- Tespectively, are in England, and Trinity Church, Kingsway, he at- im which half a dozen schools, om aiiaarance ae a Bagasse News rint ON THE RIVIERA
lished by Messrs, Giov. Muscat, if it can be arranged they will tended the christening of his the London area will ee : PF P Starring :
213 St. Ursula Street, Valletta, meet eid boys at S pinnae to be unas daughter, Joan Grace ne = aang of Bayar British women have lovely com- MEXICO CITY arring :
Malta. specially organised. intrusted Vanessa. The infant girl has as televised broadcasts on severi! niexions, but spend too much mpg, sce) aecatotra Sa fine
W.LS.U. Affiliati with the job of organisation is her godparents Arthur Wint, Ja- Subjects, made on a closed cir- Bits. looking hie help. akin not | Sale coer See etee are being DANNY KAYE — GENE TIERNEY
NB wees meen : lation Rawle Farley, former President of maica’s Olympic Champion, and cuit. The children will discuss gnoygh on hands and nails ui in exico to produce 60,000 MU
I a moan extraordinary Gen- W.LS.U, Ruth Khama, wife of Seretse, their reactions to the new medium ' en oO eh See wae SIC — DANCING — SINGING — COMEDY
era eeting of W.LS.U. it n “The family is complete now,” with their teachers and from yyiss Vorhees has : tet Tone eee ee sat
Was agreed to adopt a new con- Leaving To-day Mac said afterwards. The Baileys these reports the School Broad- et he: are ae the Foes are ‘in full production, DANNY IS FUNNIER THAN EVER.
stitution for the Union. The effect c already have two other children, casting Council will judge the smining the beauty habits of they will make the country- self-
of this is to give W.1.S.U. power ISS Nancy Went of the Bar- a boy and a girl. effectiveness of the broadcasts and scottish wome , . supporting a8 far-as ts-newsprint
to affiliate to and support other bados Public Library leaves Later the same week Mac was decide in what way they can be ~ ero _LES needs are concerned. % R Oo VY A L
eee pesnheanons, particularly to-day for Trinidad to attend a invited to appear in the grand fin- improved, After the “pilot” ex- nee ey —B.U.P.
se oO ©e LOUn “American coun-

series of lectures at ihe Eastern ale at the Royal Command Variety periment will come the main ex-
jaitaga , Caribbean Regional Library, Performance. Similarly honoured periment, which will test the
st Che Britich yer ri that two #arly in December she will take Was former world mile champion, possibilities of a Service by giving!
. Peake aribbean possess- 2 »gis i aminati and present holder of the half- , ig ors is
ions are mainland territories, the Registration Examination of ‘ k subs‘antial numbers of schoo









tries. This is indeed an important









pieeerrrts TO- I -M
Sandan een DAY ONLY 4.30 & 8.15 )TO-MORROW ONLY 4.30 & 8.15
JOAN CRAWFORD and 1.30 p.m Universal Double

iI
. i : Universal Double.
i a e
‘Goodbye My raney'l| i A z A etn eres Paeiie tee





Color by Technicolor |
Gordan McRAR—Jiine HAVER &
“CHEROKBE STRIP” |

the Library Association of Eng- Mile record, Sydney Wooderson, I geattered throughout the United “4 Star Trail’ ss ” TIT i
Transferred aa ee ron 4 Seema. a think ta a in siding that Kingdom a foretaste of what they! i ee ka: tet ae — -- r THE OVERLANDERS O GUIZAR in

R. P. I, BOYD, Senioz Medi- Barbade: on December 16. nis is the iret time athletes have may expect from one, Only after! H..oavuanren OF ROSIE O'GRADY" CERO Seer, AND ee °°
D cal Officer of Health, St. ween eee at a Royal ae both experiments have been fully! ME | Ree Ye: Cid a ay ce MEXICANA

Kitts-Nevis, has been appointed Due to leave by une same plane Biijey and Wo Appearing tested will a School Television!



oderson were such

BARKER—Virgina HUSTON **WOLF MAN” . AND










on transfer to the post of Medical are Miss Lucie Mestier of the famous sporting personalities as S¢*Vice come into being. Dick FORAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS OF 195i

Officer, Grade “B” in the Pub- American Consulate, Mr. Lyle Gordon are Fhaeaeion tGEA Foote ¢ Bite! SECIAL TO-DAY a Ot eS ROTION SEECTATE WITH ‘PHANTOM SPEAKS’
lic Health Division of the Health Carmichael and Mr. Tony Lewis. key, Reg Harris, cycle sprint i Monte HALE in— Allan “Rocky” LANE in— LON’ CHANE

Department of Trinidad and They are all going to Trinidad champion, and Don Cockell, the CROSSWORD RANGER OF CHEROKEE STRIP & NAVAJO TRAIL RAIDERS]| | — y ¥ RICHARD ARLEN









A OSTIN GALETY OPENING SATURDAY 4.30 & 8.15
THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES

PLA

To-day onk 5 and









“SPRING SONG” Caro! R (E Last Show Tonite 8.30 “
Pagar WALLACES ABBOTT ang’ COSTELLO. in BULLFIGHTER AND THE LADY”
“CRIMSON CIRCLE” “IT AINT HAY" &
i : Are You Fuel-Conscious? thieves. A police report speaks of with Noah BEER “DANGEROUS GAME”
HIS is Really too cnitiing for several hundred thousand men be- perce ae eae - oo AND
words. ith two days to go, ing involved in order to get the Tt WRITER AMFRAGINON preemeiadess ine eae ian “
; ; : are some er s 1 RIPLE ATTRACTION! “PIGHTING FATHER DUNNE
an analysis of all the figures quot- ERE See a hig Boo rp stuff away quickly. A search of “OUR VERY Own’ en Pat O'BRIEN & PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY ?
ed in the latest Beachcomber poll at bh BURR) Sey OM ©" local pawnbroking premises re- ia NGER—Ann BLY “DEADLINE AT DAWN” -___
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_THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951

Exchange Of Prisoners
Is The Big Problem

NEW YORK, Nov. 5.
THE SHOOTING in Korea will not halt immediately
even if United Nations and Communist negotiaters should
happen to agree on cease-fire line. Other issues are at stake
but they have sunk from sight in the argument about
where the battlefield should be frozen.
It will be of immediate interest — na

to relatives of men in Korea as L ISING:

to what to do about the exchange
of prisoners. The United Nations’

army holds about 165,000 Com- y,

munist prisoners. The reds hold CONTROLS
a sizable number of United ae

Nations’ prisoners most of them

NEW YORK.
Americans do not like controls.
And as a result the whole pro-

Americans but the precise figure
not Known. The reason for
that is that Commumists’ refuse to

allow the International Red Cross &â„¢amme for controlling meat
to deal with prisoners and pro- Prices—which has caused pro-
vide them with food anc. comfort. longed uproar on all sides—may

soon be dropped.

Everyone has been protesting,
including the housewives, the
cattle men, and the packers (the
big companies which slaughter
and tin the meat).

Tonight Michael DiSalle, the
man who has heen trying to en-
force the price levels, half raised
the white flag. He told a com-
mittee of M.P.s that “ihere is a
real possibility that meat price
controls will be dropped quickly’

DiSalle wants to get slaughter

Red Cross has free access to
prisoner pens in which Commun-
ists are held and has prepared a
precise table of figures on how
many of them there are and who
they are.

In the early days of the cease-
fire negotiations the United
Nations High Command hinted
that it would oppose any whole-
sale exchange of prisoners but
would insist on trading on tie
basis of man for man. The United
Nations

inan the Communists aod’ any gues, Nebody wants him to
ue s and any have them. So, he told the M.P.s
man for man trade woull leave «7 must be fran jots of Reds still captives. Jl quotas, we will have to drop the
would also leave in Umited controls.”
Nations’ hands a bargaininy point Everybody seems overjoyed—
which could be used to gain scme “ a ad sai : - hen Joy’

; ae . including the housewives.
other concession. But that will SECURIT
take considerable discussjon and SECU Y

Final proof that Americans are
becoming security-minded is fur-
nished by policeman Dan Thomp-
son, whose beat is in the little
village of Adams New York (pop.
1,743).

Eric Adams, a tourist from To-
ronto, was taking some snapshots
of the local fire station and hotel
because his,own-name is the same
as the village’s/

Up stepped 60-year-old Police
Constable Thompson to tell tha
amazed Canadian: “Hgld it, bud.
We've got village rule here,
covering internal security. No
pictures.”

Arms, factories, and military in-
stallations are unknown within
miles of Adams.

JAP BUSINESSMEN
ON VISIT TO U.S.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 5.

A group of 29 Japanese busi-
nessmen arrived here Monday on
the last leg of a 20 day visit to the
U.S. where they haye been ob-
serving the trends of American
industry,since the end of = --

it is conceivable that even if an
agreement is reached on the
ceasefire line some other issue
may break up the negotiations.
General Ridgway insists that his
army will not put down arms un-
til all the details of the cease-fire
have been worked out.

One that is likely to be trouble-
some is ule matter of providing
for the inspection to see that both
sides are abiding by the cease-
fire line. There will have to be
some _ sort of - assurance. on
patrol in neutralized ‘terfority “or
construction of fortifications and
of aerial activity, Ridgway will
be responsible for the-system for
guaranteeing the terms of cease-
tire, but Communists are likely to
balk. That is a lesson they have
learned from headquarters in
Moscow. Stalin doesn’t want any
foreigners moving freely through
Russia and talking with people.
Correspondent in Moscow Henry
Shapiro cannot leave the City
limits without special permission
which is rarely granted. Even
ambassadors in Moscow some~
times find it difficult to travel be-
yond the city.

Obviously, no ceasefire agree-
ment is worth anything unless both
cides abide by it and it is going to
take some _ painful hours of
negotiation to convince Reds that
they have to abide not only in
words, but in spirit and action.



—_*

jom. Word from reporters there
is that one overriding reason is
pushing the Communists toward
the agreement — Chinese Com-
munists have no relish for going
through another winter in which
Despite all these difficulties cold and disease will claim as|
there is still optimism in the many or more lives as allied guns
mudhut truce village on Panmun- and planes.—U.P.



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Hurricane Fund
Goes Up And Up

LONDON.
The Jamaica Hurricane Relief
Fund now stands at more than
£115,000 and the sale of tickets
for the concert at the Royal Festi-
val Hall, London, on November
27, is going well At a meeting

held in London to launch the sale
of tickets, more than £500 was
raised by the auctioning of bottles
of champagne and nylon stockings.

“We hope to raise £5,000 by
the concert,” said Lady Huggins,
chairman of the concert com-
mittee. “To give everyone a
chance of helping, the tickets
ices range from ten guineas to

os.

Princess Alice, Countess of Ath-
lone, under whose patronage the
concert is being held, has met the
artistes who will take part. Taey
include Rudolf Comacho, the i
maican singer, Anna Oiticica, the
Brazilian soprano, and Livia Rev,
the French pianist Mr. Walter
Susskind will conduct the Philhar-
monia Orchestra.

—B.U.P.

French Ministers
For The Caribbean

NEW YORK.

Four French Government offi-
cials, led by M. Antoine Pinay,
Minister of Public Works, Trans-
port and Tourism, have arrived in
New York on their way to visit
Guadeloupe an d Martinique,
where they will study the pro-
gress of public works programmes

in those colonies.
M. Pinay told reporters that the
public works programme in

France has been a factor in con~
taining French Communism, but
that “good common sense” and all
kinds of social reforms have also
been responsible. ,

—B.U.P.



Storm Lashes

Morocco

RABAT, MOROCCO, Nov. 6.

A violent storm broke out over
the Moroccan coast last night,
lashing the countryside with sand
and torrents of rain endanger-
ing shipping and tearing down
trees, telegraph lines and destroy-
communications in some parts of
the country. No casualties were
reported or damage estimates re-
ceived,

—B.UP,

Persia Turns To
Russia For Sugar

; TEHERAN.
Persia, left short of sugar by
Britain's recent action in cutting
off supplies, has ordered 32,000
tons of sugar from Russia, it is
reliably learned in Teheran. Russia
delivered 20,000 tons of sugar to
Persia in the first nine months of
this year, about 20 per cent of
requirements,



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Buzz Butler
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(From Our Own Cofrespondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 2.
The Hon. Tubal Butler, mem-
ber of the Legislative Council,
accused the Minister of Com-
merce, Albert Gomes of trying to
make him make a fool of himself,
and attempting to hold him up to
public ridicule. Butler called im-
mediately on the Hon. Mr. Speak-
er for protection.

The matter arose, when the
Speaker made reference to a
question of the Hon. Butler at the
last meeting to the giving of pri-
ority over all other business his
motion, and all other motions
dealing with the economic crisis.

The Speaker explained that
Mr. Butler’s motion had been re-
turned to him, after the meeting
so that it could be put into the
proper form, and he did not re-
ceive it back. He further ex-
plained that there was no motion
in his office relating to the econo-
mic crisis, and he was at a loss
to know to what the Hon. member
was alluding. At the first avail-
able opportunity he intended to
correct statements which from his
knowledge were incorrect.

Mr. Butler: I am not pretend-
ing to know what is at the back
of this movement, but I shall
repeat my request this morning,
and perhaps in plainer language.”
Mr. Butler explained that he had
no ulterior motive, and indicated
that he had not received a copy
of his speech relating to his re-
quest, but that he never intended
to give the impression that he
meant that matters relating to the
economic crisis were being kept
in the Speaker's office.

Non-KExistent

The Minister here rose, and
pointed out that it would be im-
possible for Government to pre-
sent or consider a motion which
did not exist. He being the Min-
ister directly concerned with. the
subject which he referred to as
the “so-called motion” stated that
it was not presented to the house

by the Hon. member for West
St. Patrick. He repeated that he
was most anxious to have the

motion discussed but he was be-
ginning to feel that the motion
had not been put because it is so
much more convenient when it is
not put to say to the people that,

Government was reluctant to
eonsider it.
At this stage Mr. Butler rose

on a point of order which he did
not state, because according to
him: “I cannot speak while he is
braying.”

Mr, Butler here felt that bring-
ing the motion now would amount
to making a fool of himself.

Mr. Gomes: Which you so often
do.

Mr. Butler went on to say that
the Minister of Labour wanted
the motion put now, whe. the
main purpose of the motion was
to prevent Government from in-
creasing the cost of living, “that
idea.is an attempt to hold us up
to public ridicule.” The member
stated,
tion.”



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Canada’s Hapes
' For Revived
B.W.I. Trade Rise

OTTAWA.

Canada’s hopes for a revival of
her trade with other Common-
wealth countries, especially _ the
West Indies, have risen with the
news of the Conservative Victory
in the British General Election.

Trade officials in Ottawa. be
lieve there might well “be a
change in Britain’s dollar policies

under the new Government. Mr.
Churchill's stand for a stronger
Commonwealth might mean that

Britain would spread more of her
searce dollars among the other
sterling areas of the Common-
wealth, they said.

This would mean that Canada
could find larger markets for her
dollar products within the Com-
monwealth. Mr, Douglas Abbott,

Canada’s Finance Minister, and
other Canadian leaders have
asked several times that Britain
ease the dollar restrictions which
are strangling trade between
Canada and the British Carib-
bean.

It was only a few months ago
that a British West Indies mis-
sion, which included the Hon.
Alexander Bustamante, of Jamai-
ca, Hon, Albert Gomes, of Trini-
dad, and Hon. W. J. Raatgever ot
British Guiana, visited London
and Ottawa to make a similar
appeal.

Nobody in Ottawa expects that
the new Churchill Government
will remove all the dollar restric-
tions. But the hope is expressed
that the traditional West Indian
market for Canadian goods will
be given a few more dollars to
spend on imports.

THere is also believed, to be a
possibility that the new Con-
servative Government might in-
stitute some form of preference
system.

Mr. George Drew, leader of the
Canadian Progressive Conserva-
tive Party, commented when he
heard the election news “This
is a glorious day for Canada, the
Commonwealth and the whole of
the free world,

“Once again Britain
her place jin world affairs and
give that leadership which is of
such vital importance to the suc-
cess of all our efforts in the great
struggle in which we are now en-
gaged. The people have now been
given an antidote against the
ereeping paralysis of socialism.
We are immensely encouraged.”

—B.U.P.

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1951-52 WORL
SUGAR

BEET CROP PORECA:

LONDON



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WASHINGTON,







The 1950 U.K. sugar beet crop World sugar productior 19m 1- M than £1,000 eae kale
was the largest ever grown in 52 will probably be about the sar ralged “the British national
Britain and production per acre as in 1960-51, when it was the Catholic newspaper “the Catholic
was 17) per cent higher than in highest on record and 26 per cent Herald following a plea printed
the previous year, according to Sir ,xbove the pré-war average, ac- in its columns ox weeks ago.
Alan Saunders, Chairman of the cording to the latest crop fore- Most of the money, which. is
British Sugar Corporation. In- casts in Washington. Crops in the destined for children affected by
creased mechanisation, he said, United States, Europe, Australia e hurricane, came from ordin-
played a significant part in achiev nd South Africa are expected t y British Catholic homes and
ing this. ba be smaller, but this decline will be church communities
egal extraction kept pace With offset by increases in production The newspaper, in closing the
4 ant and a record total of jn ihe Caribbean = appeal, asked readers to send all
this year’s crop, but a tonnage 960-51 was a record at 36,560,000 the like, directly to Jamaica.

= otamnenas “Fee ms, compared with a pre-wai —B.U.P.
above the average is novertheless





average of 29,124,000 tons for the
1935-89 period and 31,927,000 tyns
roduced in 1949-50. European
production last season increased by

expected, added Sir /

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U.S. SAMPLES
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E . - one-third over the previous s@a- NEW YORK, Oct. 31.
gypt aises son and was 37 per cent greater Ore samples from the Barima-
than pre-war. Barama area of British Guiana
e Although production in the Car- pave been flown to the United
ugar rice ibbean was only four per cent States as a first step towards pos+
bove the previous season's figure, siple new American. mining in-
camo, NaMtes See Steno eateutase Tenet a ata! Wee ale
. . LODO, , pates 2 4Ke lecte »y Mr. A, EB falker, chiet
The Egyptian Government has jjcrease of any area Ses t of tha Muse Combed
raised the price of sugar by the a phen = -— yt » the s les will be
equivalent of about jd. per lb, to of Ohio, the samples wi be
fnance the re-employment af R 1 To Strike assayed in the company’s labora-
Egyptian workers leaving their ead y ae Oliver Sevmotit who
Sat ‘Sone Annee. vAbbecd LONDON, Nov. 6 accompanied Mr. Walker in his
Pasha, millionaire Chairman of the Marshal Lavrenti Bera, all- prospecting, said that special
board of the Egyptian Sugar Co. ? ywwerful Chief of the Soviet Se- attention was given to iron and
has offered to donate more than curity System, in a radio broad- manganese ores. He added that
£1,000,000 if the sugar price in- cast sald to-night that the Soviet the prospects were encouraging
crease fails to cover the extra Army stands ready to strike a and that the company would
expenses, deadly blow at any aggressor probably operate in British _Gul-
—B.ULP. —U.P ana, —B.U.P.







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Sugar Talks

In London

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Nov. 6.

Commonwealth sugar producers
in London are now nearly ready







to commence their discussions
with the Ministry of Food. A
Draft Agreement incorporating

the points of view of all Common-
wealth representatives is being
crawn up by a Sub-Committee
and as soon as this has been com-
pleted—probably on Thursday—
the delegates will inform the Min-
istry.

Barbers Talk
Too Much

MUNICH, Nov, 6.

Hungarian Communists ordered
all barber shops to be closed that
were hitherto not nationalised
Radio Free Europe reported today
It said that the step was taken to
end the “subversive talking” of
barbers in small shops who es-
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Nervo Is President
Of General Assembly

PARIS, Nov. 6.

Dr. Louis Padilla Nervo, 53,
the permanent Mexican delegate
to the United Nationg since the



first General Assembly in 1946,
and often mentioned as a possible
eandidate for the Mexican Presi-
dency six years ago, was elected



The purpose of signs is to tell
without words. This white horse

President of the sixth Genera symbolises Scotch at its very finest;
Assembly. Nervo received 44 ot whisky distilled, biended and
the 59 votes cast. Victor Andre matured by Scotsmen in the tradi-
Belaunde of Peru received nine tional ways that they, and only

votes, and Costa Durels of Bolivik
six,
American

they, know so well.

te, &*
bloe of 20 nations to
agree on a single candidate, and
although the Mexican diplomat
had only a minority support with-
in his own bloc, he was the num-
ber one choice of other nations,

—U.P.

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His Excellency the Governor prorogued
the Legislature Tuesday at the end of a
three-year session which will go down in
the history of this island as one of the
most interesting periods. For two years
previously there had been the trying out
of the Bushe Experiment but during the
session just ended there was the practice
of party politics with all that it brings.

Looking back at the beginning, the pro-
gress and the end of the period, it cannot
be said that the people of this island have
been well served in all aspects of life.
There has been a further awakening of
the political consciousness and the attain-
ment of adult suffrage has come as the
crowning piece.

The programme of legislation during the
session cannot be said to have been out-
standing and in some instances left much
to be desired but initial efforts have been
made which will bring results at a later
stage. The provision for health centres, the
institution of a Labour Welfare Fund for
financing housing of sugar workers are
two measures of social importance long
overdue; and the appointment of a Co-op-
erative Officer is a step intended to im-
prove the economic condition of people
controlling small plots of land.

There is, however, the controversial
measure of nationalisation which hangs
like some dark shadow over the field of
public enterprise. It is in this instance
that the opponents of the doctrine contend
that what is good “for England is not
always good for Barbados.

The poliey of taxation, based as it is on
the threat to soak the rich, is another bone
some
quarters to be designed to put the shackles
on free enterprise. Coupled with this is
the Government’s refusal even to consider
the introduction of the Pay-As-You-Earn
system in order to spread taxation over a
wider area and so reduce the burden on
those now contributing by way of direct
taxation.

The absence of a Deep Water Harbour
and the delays in encouraging indus-
trial enterprise, duty free importation of
building material and tax free operation
for five years and that in enacting a
Hotel Aids Bill are set out against the
present Government as sins of omission.

But supporters of the Government con-
tend that present-day conditions would
have been the lot of any Government
which had been conducting public affairs
during the last three years.

It is on these questions that the elector-
ate, now increased from 30,000 to 95,000
will be called to decide next month when
the General Elections take place who will
take charge of our affairs. One question
which has come into the limelight within
recent weeks and which now threatens to
take precedence to many others, is that of
educat‘on. The general claim is that the
standard of elementary education, the
only form which thousands of children
will ever get, has deteriorated and that
whilst opportunity may have come to the
parents to earn greater sums by way of
wages, the money so earned is of little
value if there is no means of educating the
children for whom they are endeavouring
‘to lay the foundation of a better future.

It is the means rather than the ends
which will distinguish the political parties
who now court the suffrages of the people
and ask to be put. into power. The session
started with three parties in the House of
Assembly, but secessions and other cir-

cumstances: have. led to the dwindling
almost to death of one party. The end of
the session ‘harks ‘the end of a period and
one which might well prove to be of great

significance in the progress of this island.

A SESSION







}

LONDON.
Britain to-day is full of hope

jthat her new Conservative Gov-

ernment may be able to provide

janswers to many of the problems

\that have plagued her in the post-
{war y@ars, There is every reason
for the West Indies to hope, too,
that new light will be shed upon
|their problems.

On some issues closely affecting
ithe West Indies, the attitude of
jthe new Government is clearly
|defined. It is, for example, just

as strongly opposed to the con-
tinuation of bulk-buying of sugar
;and other commodities as it is in
|favour of the maintenance of the
‘complete Imperial Preference sys-
; tem.

| On other issues, Britain’s policy
,is yet to be clarified, One thing,
' however, is certain. It is that the
Conservative Gove nment is com-
\ mitted to abstrong Empire policy
,and that it will do everything
possible to ensure the welfare and
| prosperity of the West Indies and
other colonies.

The West Indies may now
| get a “second hearing” of
| many of their grievances
| which they have aired before
Mr. Griffiths, the last Colo-
| nial Secretary, and his prede-
cessor, Mr. Creech-Jones,
|

Mr. Oliver Lyttleton, the new
Colonial Secretary, is one of the
foremost of the Conservative lead-
}ers serving under Mr. Churchill
and his appointment is an indica-
tion of the importance Mr. Chur-
chill attaches to Colonial problem
Mr, Lyttleton’s father, Mr, Alfred
Lyttleton, was a distinguished

| Colonial Secretary in the Balfour
Government in 1903.

One of Mr. Lyttleton’s first av-
tions on assuming office was ‘o
send a message to all colonial
territories, in which he stated; “I
enter upon this great office with
full realisation of the vital impor-
tance of its work.

“I know how numerous, varied
end complex are the questions to
be answered in those territories,
I also know with what energy,
capacity and high sense of purpose
all concerned with them are
struggling to find the answers, I
am giad, and honoured, to have
the opportunity to play my part,
together with the peoples of the
territories for which I now have
responsibility, and with the Colo-
nial Service, in the common effort
upon which you are all engaged,’

Mr. Lyttleton has not been in
cffice long enough yet to have
given any firmer indication of the
policy he intends to pursue, But
trom statements made by Con-
servative spokesmen in the past,
it is possible to piece together a
picture of the form Conservative
colonial policy will take.

On sugar, for example, there is
a great feeling within the Conser-
vative ranks that Britain should
offer a guaranteed price for the
whole exportable quantity avail-
able from the British West Indies.
To try to force the price down by
importing sugar from foreign na-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





B.W.L?

By BUTE HEWES.

tioas on terms with which British
territories cannot compete, they
believe, is false economy,

Since the entire West Indian
cconomy is based on sugar, the
Conservatives believe that agree-
ments should be extended suffi-
ciently to allow these Colonies to

“ expand their production, Conser-

vatives realise very well that
should the West Indies, for any
reason, not be able to sell the
whole of their produce, then they
would be faced with a disastrous
position in a very short time,

This point of view was under-
lined by Mr, Peter Smithers, one
of the leading Conservative
spokesmen on West Indian affairs»
in a debate in the House of Com-
mons a few months ago, Pointing
out what would happen if the
firm foundation of the sugar eco-
nomy of the British West Indies
were removed, he added:

“We might be able to bkny
sugar sometimes elsewhere, but
we should certainly have to pay
more in doles and reliefs, in ad-
ministrative expenditure, and con-
ceivably in security measures, to
mitigate the hunger and misery
which would result frora the col-
lapse of the economy.”

On bulk-buying, the Conserva-
tive policy is equally clear, While
it is admitted that it may not be

s, pessible to return trade in essen-

tial foodstuffs to private hands
immediately, it is intended that
the bulk-buying policy of the old
Labour Government should be
discontinued as soon as possible.

A strong Imperial Preference
policy is another Conservative
promise, The task of the new Gov-
ernment is not necessarily that of
reversing the policy of its pre-
decessor, but of translating the
old negative maintenance of Im-
perial Preference into a_ positive
policy and its active development
in every field of economic life.

Industrial development of the
West Indies or diversification of
the Caribbean economy is a point
on which there is agreement in
principle between both Conserva-
tive and Labour parties, But the
underlying reasons for this are
very different,

When Mr. Griffiths was Colo-
nial Secretary, he advised the West
Indies not to “put all their eggs
in one basket” by concentrating
to such a great extent on sugar
production, but to expand their
output of other commodities, par-
ticularly foodstuffs and raw ma-
terials needed for their own con-
sumption,

“I believe it is unhealthy that
the whole of these communities,
with their growing population,
sl.ould have to depend for their
livelihood upon one commodity,
or upon one or two commodities,”
he stated in the House of Com-
mons,

Conservative advice to the West



Indies is to maintain sugar pro-
duction at its present rate, bui
also to develop industries that
will absorb the increasing popu-
lation. The Government realises
that it can play its part in help-
ing towards this end — by im-

proving the position, by
speeding up voed bhiining in the
Colonies, by removing tax
anomalies and by working out a
better arrangement for the conver-
tibility of dollars earned by the
West Indies,

Tax anomalies have been a sore
point with British investors who
have tricd to support industrial
cevelopment programme in the
West Indies. Some colonial terri-
tories, in an effort to attract frosh
capital, have offered special in-
come tax concessions, freeing thes
investors from the obligation o
paying normal tax rates on theii
profits. This advantage, however,
has been almost completely wiped
out by the British Government,
which has claimed full tax pay-
ments at the heavy British rate.

Dollar convertibility is closely
related both to the problems oi
industrial expansion and Imperial
trade, While again there is litt
possibility that the Conservativi
Government will be able to relax
dollar restrictions at once, it i
certain that thegWest Indies wil
soon be able t@ spend more o
their own dollar earnings on thei:
own requirements. This, of course
would go a long way toward:
ies.oring the traditional track
links with Canada, now in dangei
of being shattered.

Federation in the British Carib-
bean is, on the whole, not a part)
issue, The conference of West
Indian representatives, invited b)
Mr, Griffiths to meet in London
early next year, will go aheac
under the new Government, it is
expected. The Conservatives be
lieve that Federation will brins
political and economic advantage:
to the West Indies.

There is probably a great dea
more intimate knowledge of Wes
Indian affairs on the Conservativi
side of the House of Common:
than on the Labour side. Three
outstanding young Conservative
M.P.’s — Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd,
Mr. Bernard Braine and Mr. Peter
Smithers — have all made it their
business to specialise in West In-
dian affairs.

All have travelled in the West
Indies, to acquire an_ intimate
first-hand knowledge of the prob-
lems on the spot, Indeed, Mr,
Braine and Mr. Lennox-Boyd
both toured the Caribbean this
summer and had to cut short their
tours to return to England to fight
the election campaign.

That these M.P.’s will be as
vociferous on West Indies matters]
in the new Parliament as they
were in the last one cannot be
doubted. Their efforts and those
of the Government as a whole
may make an enormous contribu-
tion to the welfare and pros-
perity of the West Indies.

—B.U.P.











Trinidad Cocoa Depends On

LONDON,

Although Trinidad produces
only one per cent of the world’s
cocoa supplies, it is naturally very
jealous of and wishes to retain
what is known as the “Trinidad
flavour,” according to Mr. E. W.
Leach, Director of Agriculture,
Trinidad,

“It is only through having that
Trinidad flavour,” he declared,
“that the cocoa industry has been
able to survive in Trinidad at
various stages during the last
thirty years and that Trinidad
cocoa has been able to command a
premium,”

“There is a danger in the pres-
ent high prices and excess of de-
mand over production, in that we
are apt to lose sight of the im-
portance in the years to come of
preserving quality. I am sure that,
as far as Trinidad is concerned,
it is very important that we should
continue with this work and im-
prove the quality of our cocoa.”

Mr. Leach was taking part in a
discussion at the 1951 Cocoa Con-
ference, organised in London by
the Cocoa, Chocolate and Confec-
tionery Alliance, Ltd. The Alli-
ance has just published a full re-
port of the proceedings, together
with the highly technical papers
presented to the conference by
leading agricultural scientists.

Among those who presented
papers were Professor C. Y. Shep-
hard, C.B.E., Vice-Principal of the
Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
culture, Trinidad; Mr. K. W. de
Witt, Mr. F. W. Cope and Profes-
sor F. Hardy C.B.E., of J.C.T.A.,
staff: and Dr. W. G. C. Forsyth
and Mr. J. E. Romboutsm of the
Colonial Microbiological Research
Institute, Trinidad.

Chairman of the session devot-
a to the Trinidad cocoa industry
was Mr. L. R. Vyle, of the Alliance
Cocoa Committee, who paid a
warm tribute to work does’ by the
LC.T.A., this year celebrating its
25.h anniversary.

It was Mr. Cope, a plant breed-
er in the Trinidad Cocoa Research
Scheme, in the course of a highly
technical paper, who spoke of the
experiments conducted to discover
exactly what factors are respon-



Our Readers

Stupid Methods

TY» the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR—Now that the election
campaign has got under way it is
interesting as well: as distressing
that the candida.es of both
political parties have not seen fit
to address themselves to the issues
which matter.

the last few

There is at present grave pub-
tic dissalisfaction over the educa-
tional system and the results over only public hospi
years,
candidate, who
should be able
people whose votes he wants, on ment has been
the proposed remedies,

Then there ig the lack of proper years that the



Say:

seeks election is even more
to address the especially when a

social services and the long delay Hospital costing i

The only me.hog which is being 1" establishing

used to capture popularity is the The need for pre-natal and anti-




villifying of opponents, Apart natal treatment for mothers is munity without offering any sort stitute the only m
from the stupidity of this conduct Obvious to anyone who uses his of service to the middle class. It is ity.
it does seem to be harmful to the ©Y¢S. The conditions at the not to be understood that these .
candidates themselves, in that Hovpital where it is alleged that people should not be looked after who ‘should not
they do not give the electorate there are two or three people in but it is not quite understandable
any evidence of what they are ne bed needs some suggestion for why middle class people should be
capable of doing or what their eee, ee , The ect at denied a service which is granted
arty ca o to relieve the suffer-e'88ue is whether there wi 2 to others. . :
fe of eectie néw hospital at Waterford where There is also the auestion of West India
the Government has 54 acres of tenantry roads. The Government To The Editor, T
It is clear to intelligent people land lying down or whether the has set a fine example in ‘he Pine SIR,—We have
that tl is a deliberate at'empt present Hospi‘al in Bay Street will and the Bay Estate Tenantries how easy it is for
to dodge the issues rather than be extended and a maternity but hesitate to make private ¢ racehorse Over any
face up to them Hospital added. It is regrettable owners do the same for people (Shorthand writ

that in a community where there
are said to be 212,000 people the

affairs of Government for five

Flavour

sible for the distinctive Trinidad
flavour. :

“It would not be surprising to
find,” he declared, ‘that the loss of
flavour in Trinidad cocoas, rightly
deplored by the manufacturers,
was connected with sub-optimal
supplies of minor elements obtain-
able by the trees from the dete-
riorating Trinidad soils, there hav-
ing been no radical changes in
the genetic make-up of the trees
over the last few decades.

“Lack of good flavour in fer-
mented tea has been shown to be
due to paucity of copper in the
leaves. It will also be possible to
investigate in a few years’ time
the effects on flavour of different
intensilies of insolation, as influ-
encing the metabolism of the
cocoa tree, and of irrigation,
mulching and fertiliser'treatments,

“It is the firm intention of the
C.R.S. to submit samples for
quality tests of all promising pro-
genies arising from its cocoa
breeding programme. By the time
these progenies come into bear-
ing, our knowledge of the inheri-
tance of flavour characteristics
may have advanced sufficiently
far to enable predictions to be
made in any later breeding pro-
grammes. It is also possible that
the proposed cocoa collecting ex-
pediiion to Colombia and Vene-
zuela may find new breeding ma-
terial to introduce desirable fl»-
vour qualities into our present
colléction of clones.”

Professor Hardy’s paper re-
viewed the work done by the
1.C.T.A., at its experimental River
Fstate, but pointed out that these
experiments referred to a partic-
ular type of soil and a particular
set of ecological condition.

“For purposes of comparison,”
he said, “certain of the experi-
ments should be repeated ona
different kind of soil. To this end,
the possibilities are being exam-
ined of establishing a second small
cocoa experiment station at the
eastern end of Centeno Estate, re-
cently taken over by the Trini-

ital should have cussed on the pu

conducting the

-

who ren: from them.
matter which could well be dis- B.G.

It does seem that our polities
one maternity have become very parochial and 1
n the vicinity of that the great issues are entirely waxing so hystevic
medical services. £5,000 ($24,000) should cater to the Overlooked whilst

less responsible section of the com- Standards of public conduct con-

celves to the things that matter.

dad Government as an experi-
mental area and scientific head-
quarters.”

Statistics presented by another
speaker, Mr. L. A. Byles, in a
paper on world trends in supply
and consumption of cocoa, traced

recently
‘roadeast from Miami, Florida, with trans-

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,



A Second Hearing For | CARIBBEAN
FISHERIES —

CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croix.

FISHERIES experts of the Natiogal and
territorial governments associated in the

work of the Caribbean Commission will meet

in Trinidad next March to discuss ways and
means of promoting Caribbean Fisheries.
Final decision to this effect was taken by the
Caribbean Commission, when it approved
the arrangements proposed by a Preparatory

Committee for the holding of such a con-|;

ference.

The agenda for the meeting includes the
»xecurrence and distribution of commercial
ish species in the Caribbean, including lob-
iters, shrimps, oysters, sea urchins, etc.;
echniques practised in the Caribbean for fish
apture; types of fishing craft in use in the
Caribbean; marketing, including storage and
listribution; methods used for conserving
ind processing fish in the Caribbean; culti-
‘ation of fish in ponds; and application of
ecent technical knowledge to exploitation
nd development of new fisheries.

Special papers will be presented for dis-
ussion. These include two by Mr. D. W.
Viles, Fisheries Officer, Barbados, on “Fly-
ig Fish Research” and “Government Assist-
nce in the Development of the Fishing In-
‘ustry of Barbados”. Mr. E. J. Reijntijes.
‘isheries expert, Surinam, will submit a
reatise on “Cultivation of Fish in Ponds,”
‘hile Dr. Morice and Ct. Blanche, of the
‘rench Departments, are furnishing a study
n “Distribution of Fish Species in the
rench West Indies.”

Besides the official delegates, observers
vill be invited from the various interested
astitutions and organisations in the area, in-
‘luding Development and Welfare Organisa-
‘ton, the University College of the West
"adies, Jamaica; the University of Puerto
Rico, the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
ulture, the Marine Laboratory of the Uni-
versity of Miami, the Lerner Marine Labora-
tory, Bermuda; and the United States Fish
and Wildlife Service. The independent re-
ublics of the area — Cuba, Haiti, Venezuela,

end the Dominican Republic — will also be

»sked to send observers.



WEATHER
STATIONS

CHRISTIANSTED, St. Croix.

THE United States Weather Bureau has
inaugurated a _ meteorological

the decline in cocoa production in! issions exclusively in radio teletype, Dr.

the Caribbean over the last twen-
ty years. From a production of
63,000 tons in the 1930-31 season,
cocoa output in the Caribbean de-
clined to 46,000 tons in 1950—51.
This decline was even more mark-
ed in comparison with the steady
rise in overall world production.
In the current season, the Carib-
bean crop was only six per cent
of the total world supply,. as
against twelve per cent in
1930—31.

Mr. Byles’ figures traced the de- |

‘ .
cline in cocoa production in Trini- |" World Meteorological

dad from 27,000 tons in 1930—31 |
to only 8,000 tons in 1950—51, |p
Trinidad's share of world produc

Rafael Pico, U.S. member of the Commission,
told the Caribbean Commission at its cur-
rent session.

Dr. Pico, who is Chairman of Puerto Rico’s

Planning and Urbanisation Board, released
this information during Commission consid-
eration of the report of the first meeting of
the Eastern Caribbean Hurricane Sub-Com-
|mission of Regional Association IV of the

Organisation. This

meeting, held at the Caribbean Commission’s

Trinidad headquarters in June of this year,

tion fell over the same period pane was a follow-up to previous Commission-

5.1 per cent to one per cent. More! sponsored

than half the Caribbean cocoa!
crop in 1950—51 was produced by !
the Dominican Republic.

weather experts,
vecommendations which called for action by

informal of area

several

conferences
and had made

Figures for cocoa exports show ‘\he Caribbean Commission.

a corresponding decline. Trini-
dad’s exports fell from 24,000 tons
in 1930 to 7,000 tons in 1950. Mr.
Byles pointed out that the per-
centage decline in Trinidad’s ex-
por.s Ifis been from five to one
per cent of the world total, al-
though the latter figure was double
that of a few years ago. All other
West Indian cocoa sources also
ehow a decline,

Among those attending the con-
ference were:—

Mr. J. W. Vernon, of the
West Indian Department, Colon-
ial Office; Sir Eric MacFadyen,
president of the Imperial Coi-
lege of Tropical Agriculture;
Mr. A. E. Trotman, Director of
the Jamaica Department of “a
cul ure, accompanied by

SP vopper: Be We Lenah, Mr] United States and French Governments, and ||}

Andrew | My
Thompson, President of Regional eactat!

Director of the Trinidaqd Depart-
ment of Agriculture; Sir Harold
Tempany, former Agricultural
Adviser, Colonial Office and Mr
R. Souness, M.B.E., and Mr. E. A.
Andrews, of the West India Com-
mittee, London.

The Miami broadcast is the result of one!
of these recommendations, as is the estab-|
‘lishment by the French Government at

4uadeloupe of a rawinsonde station, This

station will play a very important part in

he prediction of hurricane formations, and|”:
yermit earlier warnings to be given. It will

tlso make it possible to forecast the path of |

iurricanes with greater accuracy, and give

idvice of changes of direction, which previ-|

ously have not been very satisfactory.

The Caribbean Commission recorded its) |
’ppreciation of the prompt action of the!’

1oted with satisfaction that Dr.

sion IV of the W.M.C., had expressed)

\pproval of the work of the Trinidad meet-
‘ng, which, he said, had greatly advanced sci ’
—B.U.p, Cause of meteorology in the area.



This is a Let Us never cease

the lowering of Swell-headedness

myself

guessing. As Lou
VOTER. I love that boy!”
n Cricket

he Advocate—

distance.

ers please note).position. Naturall

(greatest country in the
blic platform so West) if that would encourage
Surely a only 339 beds instead of 600. It that candidates for election would them to do better j

regrettable and hear the opinion of the people and
Labour Govern- get their reaction.

But what are the Australians the W.1.,

Personally, as an old

to congratulate A day or two after, the same voice,
not so elated, declared that the
W.I. had romped home an easy

n future. Iwas winner. Fancy! Time to eazy |

truly sorry that the donkey did whether the English L is
not fare so well asainst Trinidad’s ten .: devalaihon

Shetland pony a day or two ago.

undergoing

steep devaluation
Down Under,

Already I hear that
in the match against Queensland
with Christiani and
ical about? Is Gomez batting, are beaten. Even
the cause, or so, what of that? There is nothing

are they trying out new methods at stake.
eans of popular- {for producing cold feet in others?
It is an insult to the in- I hope not.
telligent section of the community fire-eater ’
hesitate to vote Coutse, I do adm
only for those who apply them-

Anything can happen in cricket
ithoseth? ae ee all know, but with Goddard

~ ‘nd his merry men it is ris
ire the way ‘in 3 it is unwise to

which Goddard has been shuffling shout too soon. Wait until you are |
his cards and keeping the Aussies

out of the woods.

Ho would say, tests. The right to barrack might

to win under even conditions—

When the second practice match that is a different matter. May —_
was halfway thro
all recently seen well-meaning Aussie commenta- Penny for the loser who c
a donkey to beat tor say in a glad-r
that the W.I. were

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Kight Give Evidence

In Larceny Suit

E'SHT WITNESSES gave

evidence for the prosecution

at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday in the case in



Theophilis Parris of

Welchman Hall, St. Thomas,

charged by the Police with house breaking and larceny

with an alternative charge





Hearing of the case continues
t The hon, Mr. Justice G.
L. Taylor is pvesiding. Counsel
n the case are. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General for the
Crown, and Mr. E, Barrow for the

rcused-—Parris. ‘The Police. are
alleging that on May 26 Parris
broke into “Parkes House”, the
home of Mr. Joseph Haynes at St,
Joseph and stole an eight tube
Pye Radio, a pick-up and a
Singer machine, the property of
Mr. Joseph Haynes.

He is charged with an alterna-
tive count of receiving stolen
property—a Pye Radio and pickup
knowing the same to have been
stolen.

First witness
prosecution

called for the
was Mr, Joseph
Haynes of “Parkes House”, St.
Joseph. He told the court that
n May 26 he left “Parkes House”,
St. Joseph closed for “Camarock,”
his beach house. Among the
items he left in the house were a



Pye eight tube radio, a Singer
sewing machine and a Garrad
pickru The radio was bought
for and the pick-up cost
about $: He paid $60 for the

machine,

Tuning Knob Scratched

On May 27 he received informa-
tion from the Police’ and on June
17 about 8 o'clock in the morning
the Police arrived with the Pye
radio, and the pick-up along with
the accused. He immediately ex-
amined the radio and_ pick-up
and they appeared to him to be
tampered with. On the radio the
tuning knob was scratched.

To Mr. Barrow, Mr, Haynes
said that the servant had lock-
ed up “Parkes House” and
that he had received a call from
the servant about what had
happened in the house. When
he went to “Parkes House”, he

noticed that a window which
is ten feet from ie ground
was broken snd a pane of

glass was out. He had bought
two Pye radios from Mr. P. C.
S. Maffei; he _ identified the
chassis of the radio brought by
the Police.

Mr. P.C.S. Maffei told the
court that he is the sole agent for
Pye radios in Barbados and on
December 19. 1949 he sold Mr, J.

Haynes an eight tube radio. Mr.
Haynes again came to him on
November 20, 1950 and bought
another eight tube Pye _ radio.
When he sold Mr. Haynes the
second radio he had a_ Garrad



pick-up and he handed him two
plugs.

The serial number of the last
radio is 897,453. To a question
put by Mr. Reece, Mr. Maffei said
that he had never at any time
done business with the accused
Parris or ever sold hitn a Pye
radio

Lorimer Applewhite said that
on May 26 she closed uv “Parkes

House” on instruction from Mr,
Haynes. This was about 4.30
p.m. When she finished closing

the place, she went to her home
which is quite near the House.

Fire At Seniors

About 9.30 p.m, the same day a
fire took place at Seriors Planta-
tions, St. Andrew and she opened
the house from the kitchen and
telephoned Bruce Vale Factory.
When she got up the staircase she
noticed that the bar to a door was
removed

The next morning she noticed
that the window against the tele-
phone was broken. She searched
the house and found that the
eight tube Pye radio, the pick-up
and Singer sewing machine were
missing.

Sgt. Henderson. attached to
the District “F” Police Station,
said that on May 27 he receiv-

ed a telephone message and
went to Parkes | House, St.
Joseph, where he saw Mr.

Haynes’ servant Lorimer Apple-
white. She made a statement
to him. He examined a window
which was pointed out to him.
The inner portion of the win-
dow was completely broken off
and a pane of glass in the
centre was out. :

On June 17, he went to ine
house of the accused with other
police constables and made a
search. On going to the side door
the accused asked him to produce
the search warrant. This he
handed to him and on going into

the bedroom, he noticed a Pye
radio that was covered with
clothing. There was also a pick-
up.

Radio Identified

He asked the accused how he
had obtained the radio and
pick-up and the reply was:
“They are mine.” The radio and
pick-up were taken to “Cama-
rock” the beach house at which
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes were stay-
ing, and Mrs, Haynes after
operating the Pye radio identified

it and the pick-up as her
pecoperty.
The accused who was also

ken along in the Police van was
then taken to the District “F”
Police Station where he was
rmally charged.

Before adjourning the Court
ntil teday, Mr. Justice Taylor
‘old the jury that the Court did
»t expect the caSe to last so
long and if the case was expected
io be of such duration he would
have notified them to come pre-
ired, The jury is empanelled



Red Riding Hood
Outsmarts the Wolf!

sunny day a little girl cailed
Hood went to visit her
ho lived ina small house

of receiving stolen property.



Dog Show Will
Be Revived

AT ANNUAL EXHIBITION

There will be a renewal this
year of the competition for dogs
at the Annual Industrial Exhi-
bition which takes place on De-
cember 5 and 6, the Secretary of
the Agricultural Society told the
Advocate yesterday. Last year
there was just a display of dogs.
aoe competition which was car-
riec



on some years ago had
ceased for some time. This year
it will ‘be organised by Mr. Ian

Gale, Acting Editor of the Barba-
dos Advocate

Five Cups_have been offered for
competition in the section. One by
Messrs. Y de Lima & Co.. Ltd. is
for the best exhibit in the show;
one by the Agricultural Society for
the best locally bred exhibit, one
by Messrs C. F. Harrison for the
best dog in the show, one by the
Advocate Co. Ltd for the best she-
dog in the show, and one by Messrs
Alphonso B. de Lima & Co. for the
best pup in the show.

The Seeretary said that entries
for the exhibition are now coming
in, He said that the cup previously
presented by Barclays Bank (D.C
& O.) for the best exhibit of fruit
was won outright last year by
Castle Grant Plantation and this
year the Bank will be presenting
a new cup for a similar competi-
tion.

In ‘the, sheep section, Messrs
Alphonso B. de Lima have present-
ed a challenge cup for the best ex-
hibit
Competition Re-organised

The competition for sugar and
molasses has been re-organised.
The competitions previously held
for plantation white crystal sugar
and straw crystal sugar have
ceased and in their places will be
competitions for clear straw crys-
tal sugar and yellow grocery sugar.

A cup for the clear straw crystal
has been presented by Messrs
S. P. Musson Son & Co. Ltd., and
one for the vellow grocery by the
Barbados Sugar Producers Asso-
ciation.

The competition for choice
molasses has also been dropped
and in its place will be a competi-
tion for Special Fancy Molasses
A cup for this competition has
been given by the Agricultural
Society.

Work has been started on the
erection of booths in Queen’s Park
for the exhibition,

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
IN GRENADA

(Frem Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGES, Nov. 7.
Besides the usual church ser-
vices on Remembrance Sunday,
November 11, there will be a
Parade Service at Tanteen at 10.30
am. after which there will be a
March Past by Ex-Servicemen,
Poyal Welch Fusiliers, Grenada
Volunteer Constabulary, G.B.S.S.
Cadets, Boy Scouts and Girl
Guides. The Last Post and Re-
veille will be sounded by R.W.F.
buglers.



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BOYS’ CLUBS PREPARE,
FOR CHRISTMAS SHOW

all of the

NEARLY Police Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs are
preparing to have a Christmas show. They are now
preparing for these shows.

Within the past iew months classes in cooking, pastry-

making and flower making

Say Street Girls’ Club, The instructors are Miss G, Wil- District :

have’ been introduced at the

liams, Mrs. E. Knight, Mrs. O. Symmonds, Miss S. Harper

and others.

are also taught embroidery

This Club has a membership of 57.

The girls

The Club is

, and knitting.

partly supervised by Policewoman Babb.

bo cawom n Bat ! in her
month report, writ2s; The
girls are displaying great enthus-
iasm over the new classes,

The Speightstown Boys’ Club
has the strongest Boys’ Club
cricket team. That team has al-
ready played against a few B.C.L.
sides, Apart from cricket, the
toys take an active part in table
tennis and gardening. It has 45
members, 35 of whom attend
regularly.



Classes

Classes are held in shoemaking,
carpentry, tailoring, mit making
and basket making. The in-
structors are Mr. E. Johnson, Mr.
B. Redman and Mr. K. Downes
P.C. 437 Fontellio is the super-
visor. The supervisor’s report is
that the boys are showing a keen
interest in the various trades.

The District “C’ Boys’ Club,
St. Philip, has 37 members. On
Monday classes were started in
shoemaking and _ tailoring. Al-
ready the boys have thriving
vegetable gardens and they are
given religious lectures by In-
spector Chandler. The indovur
games are cricket, draughts,
dominoes, and table tennis. P.C.
168 Sparrock is in charge of the

Club. Miss I. Kirton and Miss
G. Bushell are arranging the
Christmas programmes at this
Club.

P.c. L. A. Forde, who was

formerly in charge of the District
“A” Boys’ Club and who is assist-
ing in arranging the Club’s Camp
at Gun Hill, is now attached to
Central Station. He is clerk te
Major R. Craggs, Fire Officer,
who is now responsible for the
administration of the Clubs.



Colonel Oliver Broadcasts
Poppy Day League Appeal

SPEAKING over Radio Rediffusion

last evening, Col.

R. W. Oliver made this Poppy Day League Appeal :

Another year has gone by.
anniversary of Poppy Day

To-morrow is the thirtieth
first held in 1921 and it will

be the thirtieth occasion that the Empire has set aside

a day for remembrance of

those hundreds of thousands

of men — arid*women — who died or who were wounded

in the Great War.
Nowadays we include those
unfortunates who died or who

suffered other distress in the War
of 1939. so that the calls upon
the British Legion are as great as
ever, and the need for funds, year
by year, therefore grow no less.

I wonder how many of you
know the story behind the inspira-
tion which gave us the poppy as
an emblem of remembrance.

Poppy Story

During the second battle of
Ypres in the Great War an Army
Officer, Colonel McRae, had a
premonition of death. He had
seen enough of war to know that

in the incessant bombardment of
trenches, the murderous blast of
machine-gun fire during an

attack, or in the misery of filthy
mud which dogged men day in
day out, the chances of survival
were very slight. He was a
medical officer and whilst he sat
down to wait for the first casual-
ties to come in he _ wrote this
poem in his field pocket book

“In Flanders fields the poppies grow

Between the Crosses row on row

Where our place is; while in the skr

The larks still gaily singing fly

Scarce heard amidst the guns below

We are the dead. Short davs ago

We lived, smelt dawn, saw sunsets glow,

Loved and were loved, and now we die

In Flanders fields

Take up our quarrels with the foe,

With failing hands to you we throw

The Tarch. Be yours to hold it high

If ye break faith with us who die,

We will not sleep tho’ poppies grow

In Flanders fields.”

He was killed the next day, but
the words he wrote were taken
up by the millions who lived and
tomorrow we again honour the
memory of those who kept the
faitih.

But a big bad wolf saw Red Riding Hood
and ran to the grandmother's cottage
When Red Riding Hood arrived, he
pounced on her and cried, “Aha! Now
I'm going to eat you up!”

Small Pensions

Last year more than 35 million
poppies were sold throughout the

world and in Barbados over
$7,000 was raised, Our local
branch was enabled to assist
disabled ex-servicemen in dis-
tress although the pensions and

grants are, pitifully small, and to
send £500 to the central Haig
Fund of the British Legion, I
wonder if you know that the
thighest pension we are able to
pay here in Barbados to an Ex-
serviceman in distress amounts to
the pitifully small sum of $8.00
a month,
rent,

This fine movement started as
a means of relieving the distress
following the first War. This last
War of just a few years ago pro-
duced nearly a million casualties
in dead and wounded of Empire
men-in-arms, We who are alive
and well through the efforts of
those who fell, can show our
gratitude by giving generously
tomorrow. Every penny you can
spare will be devoted to helping
some man who lost a leg in keep-
ing your world free, or who needs
the skill of plastic surgery to give
him a new face—or a dog to help
him walk in his blindness.

Not enough to pay the

There may not be enough pop-
pies to go round tomorrow, but i!
you are offered a paper tag,
instead remember that the
sught behind it is an appeal to







u_to give generously to the
grandest cause the World ha
ever known—to keep alive those

who died and
you alive.
(8:

uffered ' to keep

Remembrance Day

REMEMBRANCE
vice is next Sunday. After
service, about 11.10 a.m.,
Excellency the Governor
Altred Savage will lay a
on the cenotaph,

As usual, Church authorities
have been invited to hold special
services throughout the island
The two minutes silence will be
observed at 11 a.m,

The Governor will
special service St. Michael
Cathedral which begins at 10.30
a.m. and is expected to finish
11.10 a.m, The Lord Bishop wil
pray for “those who died that
we and our children might live

Af.er the sermon the congre-
gation will stand for the Memo
rial of the fallen and the Bishop
will entrust to the Lord’s keep
ing, those who have died in de-
fence of Justice and Freedom.

DAY Ser-
the
His
Sir

wreath

attend a
at

When the trumpe.ers from the
Police Band sound the Last
Post, the congregation will keep
silent for two minutes Thi

will be followed by the trumpet-
ers sounding the Reveille. More
prayers will then be said fol-
lowed Hymn 172 (A, & M

the Blessing, The Holy Euchar-
ist, The Collects, The Epistle,
The Gospel, The Intercession and

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Phones Out Of
Order After
Heavy Rains

One inch and 30 parts of rain




were recorded at Speightstown
» Tuesday night The heavy
rainfall in some districts on that
night left the telephone lines at
Police Stations, District “D",

and Belleplaine out

of order yesterday

The rainfall returns for
day and up to six o'clock
terday morning were City
parts, Station Hill District
parts, St. Philip 15 parts ,
George 71 parts, St Thoma 69
part St. Joseph 66 paris, St
James one inch and two part
St. Lucy 28 parts and St. John
one inch and 14 parts

Cattle Disease
In Grenadine

ST. GEORGES, Nov. 7.

Relief was quickly brought
last week to residents on Isle de
Rhonde, off the northern coast
of Grenada, who reported a dis-
ease attacking the 200-odd head
of cattle kept on the island. An
official party comprising the
Senior Laboratory Technician,
Colony Hospital, the Chief Sani-
tary Inspector and Agricultural
Department officer and Public
Works Depariment officer paid a
hort visit by auxiliary yacht
last Thursday.. They traced the
trouble to the pond from which
the animals drink, Three only
died and it’ was possible to ad-
minister treatment to the others,
which are well on the way to
recovery. Medicines were also
left behind and surveys made
for prompt cleaning of the pond
and other provisions made for
better water supply

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Libel, Slander
Action Filed

POR r- \F-SPAIN

The Ho Rajit Kumar, men
be of tie Legislative Coun
wan to know whether the «
juct of the Hon. Victor Brya
Minister cf Agriculture, who 1
cently took part in an advertisi
campaign ior a local brand
teer, and thereby received
least) a case of beer,” is keepin

up to the high traditions of con
Governme:



cuct expec.ed = of
Ministers
Mr. Kumar in his question aske
whether Government was
vare that according to a recent
advertisement appearing in the
local press the Minister of Agri-

culture received a case of beer fo
taking part in a commercial ad
vertisement campaign for a brand
of local beer? And would Govern
ment enquire trom the Secretar
f State and inform this House
whether the conduct of the Minis
ter of Agriculture referred to con-
forms to such tradition? The cop)
of the above question was signec
by Mr, Kumar and handed
the Gazette office by him
not Known whether the Speak
will permit the question to be
tabled in the Council. The Gazett
is now informed by Messrs. Davie
& Chislett, Advertising agents fo
Carib Beer that their
Mr. Bryan to act
in their recent competition
made wholly and solely on
basis of friendly co-operation
promoting a local product at
without any kind of remuneratior
being mentioned, suggested or i:
tended

The Gazette has apologised t
Mr. Bryan for any inconvenienc
he may have suffered through th
publication

Since this publication the Hor
Minister of Agriculture has file
n action against Mr. Kumar fe
‘bel and slander.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.







iatintaiianabe Ee Oe
The charge for announcements of oO
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl- F R SALE
@agements, and "n Memovism notices i a
$1 50 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays “one epares week i2 cents anc
for any number o! words up to 50, ard cents Sutdays % words — over 24
3 cents per word-on week-days and —? 5 conis @ word week—4 cents o
4 cents per word en Sundays for exch | “077 on Sundays;
edditiona!l wor.
For Births, Marriage or Engagement
Snnounrements in Carib Calling the AUTOMOTIVE

charge is $3.00 for any number of words



up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each =
additional word. Terms cash Phon- 2508 CAR—Chrysler (Windsor) 1947 Model

between 6.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death

with new tyres. Aut ti fet
Notices only after 4 p.m x. San ek tata



clutch. Mileage 33,000 and in perfect

; condition, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616

_— 08 sae 6.11. 51—én

_—_————

BIRTH CAR—Rover 16 H.P. Perfect condition

throughout 24,000 miles only. Not driven

over 30 M.P.H. Treated as only child

CARMICHAEL — By cable yesterday | Must be seen and driven to be appre-

November 6th in Erie, Pa. Mrs. Charles | ciated. Apply: Courtesy Garage. For

Carmichsel Wave birth to a son at! Pedigree trial and full particulars

11.45 am. Weight 6% Ibs., nee Freda | Price $2,880 6.11.51—t.f.n.
Komere} 8.11, 51—1n





——s

DIED

CARRINGTON—Marie



ELECTRiVvAL

See

RADIO—One 7 Valve H.M.V. Radio
4-1 reception, Holder Bros. Swan Street
Dial 3819 7.11.51—t.f.n





agton died at













her late residence St. Peter RADIOS — One 10 tube “Phillips™
7ne: Seneeal anv ee her residence att pacig in perfect condition, lovely Cabinet
4 o'clock for Boscobe:'s Cemeter MeL oon Senieee S taker tier
Wreaths accepted at Funeral Pariour, ition, os new. (Nb ‘Tendaeae Sftar
Half | Moon Forte, St. Lucy, before! ohisea appiy: The Sanaa eee
Edmund Carrington thusband), | B48) Co. 14 Swan Street. Dial sa20.
Violet, Stella, Mack, Martie, Elson 7 -.
tchildren)
8.11.51—1n LIVESTOCK
THANKS DOGS—Cross breed Aberdeen Cain
Bitch also two cross breed puppies (dogs)
WALCOTT-We the undersigned beg Reasonable price to good home

through this medium to return thanks 8.11.51—2n





















to all tho kind friends who sent
wreaths, letters of condolence, or in MECHANICAL
any way expressed their sympath; in | ———
cur recent bereavement, due to the TYPEWRITERS—One Royal Portabie
\ n of Mrs Eloise Walcott, late of | ty rpewriter, practically new, with magic
_ Upper Bank Hall Cross Road margin etc, also one 18 inch Carriage
Frank, Archie, Harold (children), Keith, } Ste ndard “Underwood” typewriter, very
Ciyde (grand-children} 8.11.51—In. | little used. No reasonable offer refused
Apply: The Standard Agency (B’dos)
IN MEMORIA Co., 14 Swan Street, Dial 3620
aids ahaibailelinemcintat erat i haters ce ih ee 6.11.51—5n
BARKER—In loving memory of my dear .
beloved wife Rudolfina Barker, who WASHING MACHINES and VACUUM

died on November 8th 1950 CLEANERS—Another shipment of the







t do not need a special day World famous HOOVER Washing Ma-
To bring you to my mind chines and Vacuum Cleaners has just
The day we do not think of vou arrived. Call early at K. R. Hunte &
Is very hard to find Co. Ltd., and save disappointment
Ever to be remembered by John u | Washing | Machine — $135.00, Vacuum
Barker (husband), Ton ‘and Pedre | Cleaner $75.00. Dial 5027 g PR
(sons) 8.11.51—1n. | HUNTE & CO. LTD, 8.11,.51—én
_———_.
CHRISTIAN—In loving memory of m; MISCELLANEUUS

ear beloved husband Emmanual Chris
tian, who died on November 8th 1950
~ UO not need a special day



St
ANTI-CREASE PORDERED SPUN—In
thirty-three lovely designs and colours,











To bring you to my mind everybody taking, what about YOU?
The day I do not think of you Come in time at Kirpalani, 52 Swan
Is veny hard to find Street. 8.11.51—1n.
Ever to be remembered by Lilian -—_—_—_——————
Christian (wife) 8.11.51—In AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A
* . lovely assortment of American Christmas
CHRISTIAN—-In loving memory of our| Cards in boxes of 16 different Cards,
dear brother and cousin Emmanual | rather cute any uncommon, Clearing at
Christian, who died on November’ 8th | $2.00 per box. You should call at our
1960 office and see them immediately. The
One year has passed since that sad | Standard Agency (B'dos) Co. 14 Swan
day Street. Dial 3620 6.11,.51—5n
When one we loved was called away - on *
God took him home, it was His will COAT—One lady's fur coat muton

But in our hearts he liveth still

jamb dyed beaver, $100.00. On show at
Ever to be remembered by Norma Penco,

Terese Beauty Salon, McGregor Street







Lucille Gokool, Hilda Isaacs (sisters),| Dial 5038. 6.11.51—t.f.n
Harold Christian (brother), Will Clarke |——— ses
(cousin), Louise Clarke (aunt) FRESH SEEDS—Carrot, Cabbrge, Beet
8.11.51—In. | Zinnia, Snapdragon, Marigold .te., ete

ee ee ——————<==== | Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. ?.11.51—3n
HINDS-—-In loving memory of our dear

mother Mrs. Christina Julia Hinds, who

fell asleep on November 8th 1949



SPRING ‘CUSHIONS UNITS—Ready
packed Spring Cushions Units, just ready
for padding and covering at a price
of $2.00 each. The Standard Agency
(B'dos) Co. 14 Swan Street. Dial 3620.

6.11.51—5n

Sweet be thy rest,
And peaceful thy

God's way is best,
Thou art in His keeping

Angels shall guard thy sleeping dust
And, as thy Saviour rose,

The grave again shall yield her trust

sleeping;









And end thy deep repose o>
Ever semembered by Eri tens and) PUMLIC NOTICES
Myri Redman (daughters), Doyle, Egbert,

Alden, Granville and Vernon Hinds {| HWW aannis
(sons), Lincoln Henry and Eric Redman
(sons-in-law)}, Violeta Hinds and Ger- NOTICE
maine Hinds (daughters-in-law) .
8.11.51—1n. PARISH OF ST. ANDREW

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have
established my_ office at Turner's Hall
Plantation. Office hours Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.
to 2pm



RENT
FORK gE F. A. INGRAHM, J.P.,
Returning Officer,
Parish of St. Andrew.
6.11.51—t.f.n



HOUSES

























a Siglaie epiapllcslaed NOTICE
CALAIS—Dover Coast, newly built °
Bungalow on the sea. Three bedrooms. PARISH OF ST. LUCY
Fully furnished All modern con- Having been appointed Returning
veniences. From ist January 1962. | Officer for the Parish of St. Lucy, I
Dial 2307 3.11.51—6n, | hereby give notice that my office is
14.7 51.—t. f.n, | eStablished at the Selah Boys’ School,
accordingly.
PARK VIEW-—-Upper Roebuck Street e B. E. BARNETT
3 bedrooms Phone 2938 6.11.51—3n.
8.11.51—2n eT Tmmenatn ——-
NOTICE
>
LOST A&A FOUND FLECTORS, PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
I have established my office at
eer Andrews Factory, Mondays and Thurs-
LOST days 8 a.m. to 3 p.m
J. C. KENG,
A a Returning Officer,
5 A " 7 St. Joseph.
CAT Male Ginger colour; strayed 7.11 Sl an,

from Seawell answering to the name of
Ginger. Suitable Reward. Return to Mr
Lamming, Airport 7.11,51—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER AND REMOVAL





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
I hereby give notice that I have
established my office at Belvedere, near



The application of James Wharton of | Ridgeway, St. Thomas,

Boarded Hall Tenantry, Christ’ Church, Office hours: Tuesdays, Wednesday
purchaser of Liquor License No. 413, and Thursdays 9 00 a.m, — 11 a.m.
of 1951, granted to Goulbourne Ashby DOUGLAS HAYNES,
Alleyne, in respect of a board and Returning Officer

Parish of St. Thomas.

shingled sh with shedroof attached at
Tounsend . > 7.11.51—3n.

Pbenezer, St. Philip, for permission to
use the said License at a board, shingled
and galvanized shop attached to residence
at Boarded Hall Tenantry, Christ Church
within District “B"

Dated this 5th day of November, 1951
ro C. W. RUDDER, Esq..







NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. GEORGE
I hereby give notice that I have es-

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B" Peake De 4 Cone et tne eae
bmg ne comb og Ph ek pO Treasurer's office St. George. Office
(Bad) TAREE ETE se Hours: Tuesday’, Wednesday and Thurs-
N.B.—This application will be con- oN zrorl, 10 hai ue ee, mon will
sidered at the Licensing Court to be ad. .

be held at the Rosary as from the 13th

held on Monday, 19th day of November, ! instant













1951, at 11 o’clock a.m. at Police Courts, W. A. YEARWOOD,
Dist, “B.’, , 7 “Returning Officer,
' SA EM rege BHP Parish of St. George. |
Police Magistrate, Dist B 7.11.51—8n
8.11.51—1n, ‘
NOTICE
VERY POPULAR PARISH OF ST. LUCY
Applications for one or more vacant
are these Gas Cookers that are Vestny Exhibitions tenable ut the Parry
coming down. School will be received by me not later
per Just the sort of oven House- than Saturday 4th inst. Candidates
wives love must bo sons of Parishioners of St. Luey
ge Roomy and only one burner in straightened circumstances, and not

Easy to keep clean and mod-

ol
Jess than eight and not more than twelve
erately priced.
a YET FOR ONE?
——————————————————————

years of age

HAVE YOU BOOKED be obtained from the "arochial Treasurer
on office days A Baptismal Certificate

Call and see them for yourself must accompany each application.

before all are delivered

the Headmaster for examination on Mon-

day 12th inst., at 10 o'clock, a.m.







©. L. DEANE,
| Vestry Clerk,
St. Lucy
LADIES! Just Unpacked! 8.11.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James Sandiford of
Paynes Bay, St. James, for permission
\ to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
boarded and lvanized shop attached to

SPUN
SILKS!

in Plain Shades, Small and



residence situated at Paynes Bay, St
James
Dated this 6th day of November, 1951

To S. H. NURSE, Esq.,
Police Magistrate,

Dist E"'—Holetown
Signed LESLIE BAIRD,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at PWice Court, District “E” Holetown
of November,

——$——$—$— ee





on Tuesday, the 20th day
Large Floral, & Bordered 1951, at 11 o'clock, a.m. islet:
Designs. You would love ; Police Magistrate, Dist Te aoen
these. Call at — i —



ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

THANI-8ros

CURIOS ANTIQUES,
' JEWELS, CARVINGS
Pr Wm Henry Street Ih EMBROIDERIES, Ete.



THANIS

Pr. Wm. Hry. St. :: Dial 3466

DIAL 3466







Forms of application must | Ware, Verandah Chairs,

Candidates must present themselves to | Linen Press;



Pedienasnscaie SALES

“REAL ESTATE|

“BOSVIGO HOUSE
St. Michael
of land; all enclosed

THE DWELLINGHOUSE
Open Verandahs, Enclosed Gallery, Draw
ing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bedrooms. on
very large, Toilet and Bath, Large Kitchen
Pantry, Store-room ete. and Cellars

The Government Water as well as
Windmill and Well, which supplies water
for gardens and lawn

Garage for 2 Cars, and Servants





Hall
thereabouts

Eagle
with 4 Acres or

contains,

rooms.
A portion of the land is planted in
Cocoanut Trees, Guava trees, Mango

trees, Golden Apple trees, and Breadfruit
trees and another portion of land planted
in Guinea, Elephant and Sour Grass

OFFERS EN WRITING will be received
‘%y the undersigned up to Tuesday the
13th day of November, at 4 p.m. The
vendor does not bind herself to accept
the highest, or any offer

Anspecton any day except Sundays on
application to Mrs Hanschell, Tele-
phone No. 2260

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
No. 17, High Street

Bridgetown
1.11.51—7n
——————

EVANTON

Situated at Top Rock, standing on half
an acre, having 4 bedrooms,
Koom, Sun Lounge, two fully tiled
Toilets and Baths, with Hot. Water,
Modern Kitchen. Outside 2 Car Garage,
Servants’ Room, Children’s Play Room,
The Gardens are well laid out, having
numerous Trees, with double entrance

The above Property can be purchased
fully Furnished if so desired. With pos-
session Ist February 1952. For viewing
ete. Phone 8657 6.11.51—In
—__—- meeerehuel>

PROPERTY: The dwelling house known
as LEE-SIDE, St Lawrence Gap, Ch. Ch
standing on roods, 36 perches of land,
containing 4 bedrooms with running
water, drawing and = = dining rooms,
Kitchen, Toilet and Bath, 2 Servants
rooms, Garage, electric light and Gas
Land sufficient to build 2 Bungalows
Highest offer not necessariky accepted
Inspection any day from W a.m
to 3. pm. Telephone 8123 for further
particu.ars, 3.11,.51.—Tn
SE

“SORN"

The undersigned will offer for Gale at
Public Competition a: their office, No
1%, High Street Bridgetown, on Thurs-
day the 8th day of November, 1951 at 2
P.m.

The Cottage known as “SORN”, in
the Ist Avenue, Strathclyde, contain-
ing Drawing and Dining Rooms, 2 Bed-
rooms (formerly 3) with all modern
conveniences, and the land on which
it stands, containing 5,510 square feet,
which is fully enclosed,

Inspection on application to R. A. Cor-
bin, General Traders Ltd

For conditions of Sale, apply to—














COTTILE, CATFORD & Co,
31 10.51—8n
The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public Competition at their office, No
17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday,
the 16th day of November, 1951, at 2

p.m.

The messuage or dwelling-house known
as HARMONY HALL, standing on 2
Acres, 20 Perches of land, which is en-
closed, situate near Top Rock, Christ
Church, the residence of the late Mrs
I. A. Clarke

The dwelling-house
Verandah, Drawing and Dining Rooms.
3 Bedrooms, Toilet and Bath, Kitchen
Pantry Garage and Servants Rooms |

Inspection on Tuesdays and Thursdays
only, between the hours of 4 p.m. and
6 p.m

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, apply to-

Sar tLe, CATFORD & Co

contains Open

1.11.61-
WORTHY DOWN

Situated at Top Rock, having 3 bed-
rooms with connecting Toilets and Baths.
Large Balcony, having a view to the
Sea. Lounge Dining Room, Modern
Kitchen, Outside 2 Car Garage, 2
Servants’ Quarters, Toilet and Bath,
Laundry

This Residence
throughout The



has Built-in-Cupboards
Gardens are well laid
ut and fulivy enclosed. There is an
Electric Stove, Frig., and Telepnone
already installed. Ready for immediate
possession Further particulars apply
Ralph Beard Phone 5110



7.1.51

-4n

AUCTION

I am instructed by the Executors of
the Estate of James E. Seale, deceased
to sell 5 chattel houses on the spot at
6 Ave., New Orleans, St. Michael on
Thursday 8th day of November, 1951
Sale 1 o'clock ;
O'DONALD DANIEL,

Auctioneer.
6.11.51—3n.

UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER

On Thursday the 8th November
at 2 o'clock at the Courtesy Garage
be sold by Auction’ one Vauxhall








1951
will
12

Car. Terms Cash
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Auctioneer
3.11.51—4n



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
Thursday, 8th November, at Messrs.
Fort Royal Garage, St, Michael's Row,
(1) 1947 Anglia Ford 8 H.P, (Damaged
in accident). Terms Cash. Sale at 2

“m,
“! VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer.
4.11,51—3n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

SALES IN NOVEMBER

TUESDAY 13th Dr. A. G. Laacock’s
Sale ‘Aberdare’ Christ Church

TUESDAY 20th Mrs. George Clarke's
Sale Harmony Hall, Christ Church
THURSDAY 29th Mr. PC. Branch’'s
Sale Good Hope, Gibbs, St. Peter
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER





ON TUESDAY 13th by order of Dr
A. G,. Leacock we will sell his Furniture
at “Aberdare” Christ Church, which

includes
Good Dining Table (seat
and Arm Chairs; Flat Top Desk, Side-
board, China Cabinet; Coffee Tables,
Easy Chai fahog. Morris Chairs with
Coffee Tab ttached; Pictures, Wali
Mirror in Gilt F ne with Marble Shelf
Cordea Rockers; Round Tip-Top Table,
Hall Table, Upright Chairs, Ornament
Tables in Mahogany; Divan with Deer
Sleep Bed: Pye Radio and Pick-up
(good), Ping Pong Table; Glass and
China, Dinner and Tea Services; Plated
Princess Refrig-
Westinghouse
and

10), Upright









erator (18 months) and a
Refrigerator in working order, M.T

Enam,. Top Tables, Beautiful Old Maho«
Cheval Glass, Desk, Dress-
ing Tables; Mird. Press, Bookshelf in

Mahogany; White Painted Divan Bed-
steads and beds; Canvas Cots, Single bron
Bedsteads; One Burner Valor Stove;

Kitchen Tables, Larders, Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Tools, Wheel-Barrow Lawn
Mower, Roller Crotons in Pots and other
items
Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
8.11. 51—2n





For a radiant shine

| The quality
Metal Polish





Road, |

Dining |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





WANTED













It Is The W orking



as

impor

it

jance to the vital interests of
culture

HELP Class That Counts |
LAUNDRY MAID—Onc general laundry |
d Apt to Mrs B € *avilion, — BRYAN
ilastir 8.11. 51—2n
\NAGES frat vs. od Mr. T. O, Bryan, speaking at}
. West. Tadiont Pikateiteee pee 1 Labour Party political meeting
ity for young unmarried man with |@t Station Hill last night in his
cater experience Position offers ort, said that in his opinion
salary and part profits of business. Box it was the working people of the
| R. B. C/o Advocate 611.s1—en Parish that counted and he was
| . =



EESIDENT CHEMIST—A_ Resident /the various working people
Chemist for Haymans Sugar Factory Ltd jorder to get their support.
Salary £750 per annum. Applications | p,yaq Aoki iia, tale
in writing will be recgived up to the tno 2 tye seeking re-election
20th November. For further particular e parish of St. Michael.











«at the office of CARIBBEAN THEATRES Party will inflict















!

92 People

St. Joha Needs

these figures show. ‘Trinidad and! Teaching
Tobago have the most—18,253 ve-
jhicles, ineluding 12,577 private
cars, 5,282 commercial motors and
394 buses. At the other end of
the scale is St. Kitts, Nevis, which
has only 198 cars and 93 commer-
cial motors

Werld Average
§

Throughout the world, the aver-
age “motor population” is one
vehicle for every 33 people. The
West Indies, therefore, are well
below the world average, but
there are many areas of the world
much worse off for motors, China,
for example, which has about one-
fifth of the population of the
whole world, has not many more
motors than the West Indies, giv-
ing it an average of one motor for
every 8,745 inhabitants.

Une and ag
the villages
parents
| tion
hand





and speak

concerning their
As a teacher he got
information in this

to

jed Chief Officer
Department and
had had occasion
valuable service to the
worker, as some of them
were no doubt very
He was now a
prepared to use
in their interest,
Mr. Niles then
things which he
in
benefit of
especially
John.
Among
for the
better

in the
there
to be

again



lawyer
his
spoke of
would

the
for

people and
the people

the things he
parish, he said,
The water supply
other

of
territories

“motor population”
West Indian
includes 15,776 in Jamaica,
4,255 in British Guiana, 4,074
in Barbados, 2,617 in the Ba-
hamas, 939 in Grenada and 481
in St. Lucia. On a purely pop-
ulation basis, the Bahamas are}
best off, with one vehicle foe
every 29 people. St. Vincent
the worst off, with only

motor for every 192 people.

Other Colonies
Compared with other British

Colonial territories, the British}
West Indies are very well off for)

taken in St, Michael.

the electorate at the polls

service.







cne

To Leave For

Mexico

MILAN, Nov.
of l.alian





A group

taking the opportunity to talk to

itr

Mr.
for

h

i

apps’ to T. A. Gittens Esq, C o Messrs He said that the Conservatives
see & Connell 7.11.51—4n |had always sent their people to
| _STENO-TYPIST: An experiencea "Sister, He appealed to the
Steno-Typist for our Office Apply ins Workers, who had derived so
| Person with written application to See-;much benefit from the Labour
retary Dowding Estates & T: Co Party organisati :
Tt. Map Saree on | ar organisation, to allow the
ia Mee es onservatives to take the Con-
‘THEATRE MANAGER—A fulltime servative people but the working
Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE— (class to back their own. If that
Barbarees Apply by letter and person

vere so he is sure that the Labour

LTD., “The Banyans” Bay Street, : a severe defeat
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, |©0 the Conservatives, The Labour
| on or before November 20th. The sue- |Government will collect the £80
cessful applicant must take up his duties | /, mm >» ) > » .
by January 4th. All applications treated |”! a ae of the Conservative
lin steae Beashaaioue 4.11.51-—dn indidates to help the people.
A dedhquaeichcanietniatan id ie miidiaiesetadaaae Mr. Bryan said that it was the
| REPR TATIVEFull time repre-/\"omen who had the trouble of
j sentative wanted for Canadian Life (ctre “} , ih ‘ "
|Insurance Co., in Barbados Applica ae nt a money | brought
tion in writing are invited which wilt| "OMe by the men and they must
be treated in strict confidence. Apply: |"ealise that every increase for |
| “Insurance Underwriter’, c/o Barbados |the men is a benefit to them
Advocate 3.11.51 “Ours is the only organisation
ge: ill haciid inate + | ‘hat spells salvation for the work-
|ing elass of the island,” he said,
| He had absolutely no fear as to
» jthe ultimate results of the elec-
ne oO Ol | tions,
| “Ladies and gentlemen, I have
every confidence in your good
For Every “= |

Better Water Supply

r THE Barbados Electors’ Asso-

In B. WL elation held a_ political meeting

jlast night at Gall Hill, St. John,

DETROIT. in support of the candidature of

There is one motor vehicle| Mr. G. B. Niles for the parish of
for every 92 people who live in| St. John at the next General Elec-
the British West Indies, according ee ya the oy of Assembly
to statistics just compiled by the!, “* ?4"Be crowd attended and
U.S. Automobile Manufacturers’ peers 4" co poise an inter
nie stp t P erp egec e
Association. in Detroit knew about, their sufferings and
The total “motor population,” pes condition he said. As an
including private cars, commercial |¢!ementary teacher for 10 years
vehicles and buses, throughout}®€ had always come in contact
the West Indies is 48,535 vehicles, | With the parents of the children

he would tell them, was
jayot confined to the c lass-room and
iin he wouid go into
the
condi-

first-
respect
Since then he had been appoint-
Labour

e

of very
poor
present
well aware,
and was
knowledge

the
fight for
the House of Assembly for the
more

of St.

desired
was a
‘and housing
scheme such as had been under-

Finally he asked the support of

and
promised to give them of his best

Italian Racing Aices

motors. In Kenya, for example, 154. ‘luding : eee
there is only one motor for every |?! coe ee. Se h Peroe
901 of the population and the | Alberto Sceari Luiz, Fillosi Poe-
other African territories do not|“® 4nd Felice Bonetto leave to-
show ‘much better figures. In the|'°rrow by air for Mexico City
United Kingdom itself, the aver-| where they will compete in the











age is one vehicle for every 14|Grand Prix of Mexico.

people. Asceti Villorsi and Taluffi will
Nearly all the cars and com-|
mercial vehicles in use in the| e¢ | Mexican contest, Italian

West Indies are imported from|pilots will fly to South America,

the United States, comparatively | y here they are scheduled to

few coming from Britain. But| participate in a series of compe-

dollar restrictions keep the rate} itions in Argentina and Brazil.

of imports down, —vU.P.
In 1950, for example, the U.S sees ia ae

motor industry exported only 84)

cars and commercial vehic i to
the whole of the British We:

q

dies. The Bahamas took i. of!
these, British Honduras took 19,| A Baby-Boy
Trinidad and Tobago took 17 and







Asked | whether four-month-old
Central African
announced that a _ statement on
this subject would be forth-
coming soon — probably within
the next fortnight.

Regarding the future of Colo-
nial Development Corporation
| Lyttelton said he had had con-
\versations with Chairman of the
Corporation, Lord Reith “and |
think we see eye to eye as to how |
things are to go on.”

Lyttelton could give no indica
tion at the moment of what colo-
nies he may visit apart from |
Malaya where he is due in the
next few weeks. Pointing out he
lis coming straight home from the

he favoured baby.—U.P.

federation he



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POCKET Ser oon

ow

| Far East tour which will be of
short duration he commented
that he hoped to be as _ \ittl {
'“chair-borne ag possible”.
|
How Long ?
i
He added then something) [ ss —<= |
which gives food for thought to’ | YOFG FOR i
those who wonder low long! } LIEFTLEHAMPTON «
Lyttelton may occupy his new AwD i
office—an appointment which sur- , y al
n6}
prised everybody. He said I [REDUCE EVERY THInE
hope to be freer,;next year if 1
jam still here.’ Don't took round now, Du
With Lyttelton at the confer- can you remember offha
. 1 > i 2 ’ ,
ence were Minister of State just what it t a en j
eat clear and simt c '
the colonie Lennox-Boyd affords 1mm ale and |
t Secre of cont n pro or? j
Le M ter RE ae enema





Jane Russell ‘Gets’

Jamaica took 13. Only two : NEW YORK, Nov, 7
mercial vehicles and no private| ,Film star, Jane Russell arrived!
cars went to Barbados, three to|°¥Y plane from London to-day with |
the Leeward Islands and four to}! !5-month eld boy, whom she}
British Guiana. as handed as a “gift” by a
34 —B.U.P. overty stricken English mother.
Che actress d that there was
iieeeinpesiansnitie only an outside chance”, how-|
4 ‘ver,. that she would adopt curly-
oN G |nead Thomas Cavanagh. She said
oO omg ‘T will take care of the baby until
! find a home for him. 1 feel that
Baek t is not in the best interests of
the child or myself to adopt him
vhen his parents know the boy's

From page 1 | hereabouts.’

Several questions were asked Mrs. Cavanagh, who had seen
as to how far this expression of\Miss Russell only in the neigh-
policy might go. Would it apply | bourhood movie house, offered
to measures pending in say East/the star, her youngest child, afte
Africa? “’ am not going to com-/| reading that the actress had been
mit myself on what is pending”, Unsuccessful in her attempts to
he said. idopt a brother for her adopted

ri
ot
|

ii
|

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s

te

rv

h
a
th

p

¢
West Indies had shaken confidence



ef the
repercussi
the

sulting neces
to develop agricultural production

Governments

and



n the stability

Ce

GAIRY

@ From page |
to ensure representation of all |
tant sections of the commun-
due weight and import-
agri-

y giving

and commerce.
Lecked Resources
Drawing attention to the
outside world and local
ons he said we lacked
resources to subsidise the con-
umption of imported goods or
ontrol their prices with the re-|
ity to do our utmost}

state



and make
of locally

limit
use

» the
yaximum

the
grown

foods.

He felt that the island's best
ope was sharing a_ regional
pproach through public corpora-
on supported by the sever:
charged with the
romotion of agricultural, tourist
industrial development. He
i the recent tersencies in
renada and elsewhere in the



and good faith of

small islanc Gevernment anc
the Regional authority would
inspire a greater co nfiden re in the
nvesting public which a sine
cua nen of free enter ri
Positive Action
Referring to federaticn he saic









PAGE SEVEN

MALTA.

@ From page 1





German Firm Makes
World's Biggest
Pumping Station

except building stone and a little
food.

cg BREMEN, Nov. 7 The Island’s industry is virtu-
_it has been announced that a ally defence, and the Maltese
German engineering firm has ,

contention is tha i i
nearly completed the construction | ~” : is that their existence

of the world’s biggest pumping relies: on factors depending, to
installation, which will double} *” abnormal éxtent, on the
the drinking water supply of the} 2¢c!sions of the N.A.T.O. chiefs.
city of Buenos Aires. The con-| 2Â¥t from all available comments
struction is being carried out on|2%¢ from an air survey of its
the orders of the Argentine Gov- harbour, which in two world
ernment by the Bremen firm of] ¥@"S @¢commmodated the fleets
Kleinschanzlin-Bestonbostel of Allied Western Powers, thete”
The company said that it prob-] 8 NO indication of an industria

ably will be completed by the end} decline in Malta. To the visitor





of the year The installation] rom Britain, to the sunny Medi
weighs 260 tons, and its engines|‘erranean Island, where . fuel
have 21,000 horse power. hortages and electric power cuts
The station for Buenos Aires] don’t count, where there are
already has been completed at the| more than 12,000 motor cars
same plant and is scheduled tc{(many bearing ‘Allied Service
be shipped to Argentine some-|pennants) and where income tax
time this month.—U.P enly two years old, the threat
f war appears fantastic. Yet
this heroic Island is N.A.T.O's
IR ‘ N front line of defence. —U.P,
@ From page 1
purely personal contract basis Ships In Touch With
Americans and Western Europe-
ans other than British, But they

Burbados Costal Station

added that depending on circum-







































this would socner become a reality | stances, even sor i
> | ste S, some British migh .
when lip service was converted tc | be employed 5 ¥ Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd. ‘advise
the right attitude of mind anc . © x they can now communicate with
€ 8 é e ‘ | Sources said they understood] the following ships throuwh t*eir Bars
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} ference would be followed by jargued that if Iran can sell the
yositive action ini ss. Lucky Star, s.8, Agamemnon, s.s,
pea SOnoluded that \Grenmee’ ; minimum of 8,000,000 to 10,000,000] quilmes. s.s. Alcoa Clipoee a pode
conc udec ‘ aa tons of oil and oil products an-[s.s. Pinnacles, ss. Rosario. s s Merton:
problem was twofold, — sociai! nually to Brituin and other coun-| +s. Brazil, ss. Willemstad, ss Canadian
economic, and while not wanting | tries Iran will be able to pay its Cruiser, s.s. Scholar, s.s. Alcoa Pennant,
to indulge in recriminations he | way and will not need foreign aid : aoe ae s a eee, 2s.
said the economic effects of Febru- | Further they said this would al-|« « Kaia Knudsen, s.s. Cavalaire, ,
} ary and March last were grave but | Jow Mossadegh to embark on the] Antartic, ss. Rrospector, s.s Hydra,
| the social effects were even more policy of popular education of the] ‘%% @rpathian, s.s. Ross Sea, 5.5.
|serious because the human mind masses to which the Premier at- Piivesiee ta Oe. SS ee oe
, alkanger, #8 a a ; ‘
| was more delicate and the human jtaches great importance.—U.P. Pioneer Glen, s.s. Naranio i “e
soul more valuable than the con-
tents of a man’s pocket esas ise acted a
He pleaded for unity and co-op-
eration with the renewal of the
kindness and good manners for
which Grenada was formerly
known. If the people wanted bet~ | ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED eo
ter social services we must work (M.AN Z@. Line) %
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‘If-hel herever they went © sail from Hobart September 25th,|\$ ca, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and
self-heip wherever th . lelbourne October 4th, Sydney October | $ st. Kitts. Date of Sailing will be
Oth, Gladstone October 16th, Port Atma e Notified
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1951

a a

W.I. LOSE GAME BY 10 WICKETS | & i386

Ex-heav Char

leave the









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Here is what to do



POLICE BAND |
CLASSICAL — CONCERT ;

har tg

OVER-INDULGENCE

Joe

Fran-












; |
~ > ¢ = ‘ . cisco [International Airport on-
Omes /VtSSeCS ON THE HOARDS et re eer art |
, | ‘ : abies ‘oo much good food and drink? t
, Ne sridi sas ee eet at ae Try Alka-Seltzer and see how much : ‘ wa oe
|bouts. He said: “th in the| gecteryou feel Alke-Seltzer soothes ST. CECILIA BARRACKS
en tui rn oc jtneure cf 8 vecetiot z headache, neutralizes excess gastric Passage Road
| a —UP. ecidity, “sets you right again”! SUNDAY 11th NOVEMBER
| Keep a supply of Alka- ‘
mase | aN 8.30 p.m.
. f WHAT’S ON TODAY ca : ADMISSION: 2/-,_ 1/-
From HAROLD DALE ‘| Court of Grand Sessions ,
— , . } / 10.00 a.m.
SYDNEY, Nov. 7 | . .
1" ; , owe t of
The West Indies lost by ten wickets after a hero camer Sane eae

Original Jurisdiction
10.60 a.m,
St. Lucy Vestry 2.30 p.m.
At British Council—Olym-
pia Club rehearsal 4.30

innings by Gerald Gomez to give some semblance of dig-
nity to the defeat. Easily the best West Indian fact emerg-
ing from the game is Gomez's sudden discovery of form
that will end his personal anxieties at his previous failures.



p.m.
Goddard gave his usual sound ° || —Recorded Poetry Reading
performance after Christiani left —Wordsworth 5 p.m.
but the tail enders failed to stay 3 Britons

with Gomez until he had his hun-
dred,

â„¢~
The tourists can now draw
deep breath and consider the les Challenge

sons they have learned in thi

game and no doubt advance on fv
the first Test with stern resolu-
tions, 4 ; or

dence Boys’ School pasture,

| Films for Police Officers
} 8.30 p.m.
| Mobile Cinema at Provi-
i Christ Church 7.45 p.m.

B.L.P. Political meeting —

Speightstown ............ 8. p.m.












































Scores :— : NN ee Ie Under the auspices of
WEST INDIES Ist Innings 19% _By HYLTON CLEAVER 4
QUEENSLAND ist Innings th Three of fouy Britons, an air- 9 THE BARBADOS 4
al WEST seoyEs tnd Innings man, a Grand National jockey, ERNIE 4
Stollmqrer ¢ Grout b Smith il ; > . . =
' ' an infantry subaltern and 1 Royal P a
Rae ¢ Sanders b Archer : : :
Marshall. b Rinker wee rT Marine are to be matched against F y ¥ - LABOUR PARTY . ‘
Weekes ¢ & b Raymer 3 the world in tests of sportsman- be ean Christiani c Harvey b Raymer 0 ship, endurance, courage, initia- N#AKLY 20 years ago at the White City, London, heavyweight boxer Larry Gains outpointed the Ital- i n : ‘
Guar < tive’ and skill in Sweden next ian giant Primo Carnera. They met again in Lon don at Harringay this week in what was billed as an | Our Ernie takes this op- at Speightstown, following Sanitary Laun-
ddard I.b.w. b McCool 42 week. elimination for the world's catch-as-catch can wrestling championship. Larry Gains is pictured pinning : St. Peter
juillen b Raymer oe The event is the world cham- Carnera to the boards, but Carnera was the winner in the fifth round..-EXPREBS. portunity of thanking his TO-NIGHT 7.30 dry Depots before De-
Ferguson }.b.w. b McCool 0 : ; ; ean sotp cirtaliaal coal actubniitinnniinealooiets le '
Tritt & SALVE? b Raymer g pionship of Modern Pentathlon, many friends. and members . at ber 3lst. 1950, will
Extras (byes 10, legbyes 4) 14 ft which the Swedes are masters. ° o'clock cember st, 1950, wi
- They are regular Olympic — t 1930 31 for turning up in full force
Total 22 champions. But year by year, ote us ra la our ven" Supporting the candida- be sold. In future, any
Bowling —Raymer took ‘kets lor BY competing in the world cham- last Friday. : : .
6p vans in 992 overs, 16 of which were pionships Britain comes nearer FIRST TEST M TCH a good undefeated innings for 53 ture of laundry or dry cleaning
mardens; M.~ool took 2 for 102, Arcier top standard, and, by 1952, should A in the first innings again put up a} TT r
1 feF 59 end-eemith 1 for #7 he among the leaders jin the x stout defence at number 4 and he | We shall be performing Mr. F. L. WALCO & not redeemed after three
QUEENSLAND 2nd INNINGS Olympic Games at Helsinki. : ' . received good support from Bir-| Mr. K. N. R. HUSBANDS thin wail ts 1d
Archer not out ; 12 Who are the Englishmen? First, iPy eo. Ss. ¢ oppin kett who scored 64. again next i 7 monthe wil e sold,
Grout not’ out 17 Flight Lieutenant Jack Lums- R - Speakers will include :
Total for no wicket ... 29 eiehion on ae era iat thee, Played at ADELAIDE, to the effort of keeping the wi ae Lost This Afternoon Mr. G. H. ADAMS Country Road |
ner ms > J uA sap Pipes a? December 12, 13, 15 & 17. Australians fr a te hen play
second this year. The Sno ie be aabaliat eee from piling ure tall ended for thef FEE at 6 p.m. sharp. Mr. E. W. BARROW : Marh:
ay His experience includes winning The touring West Indies captain score He had Bradman caught 1 th West ‘pe
8 experience Inctudes nin’ G. C. Grant, having won the toss by Grant for 4 runs oy te “ei : Mr. J. CAMERON
my > e a Continental pentathlon at Vichy ‘Jected to bat under ideal weather ’ 5 a. Indies had lost} c . i" Aquatic Depot
Sugar Ray Likely To with Squadron Leader Podevin, a cenattone:cwoath ahd Hivwoett are this eet together seyen _ wickets There will be 2 call-overs TUDOR 4 Pp
is parachute instructor, which in- opened the West Indies’ innings seen and N icCabe io a fourth for 203 runs, and with the help of God Mr. K. N. R. St. Lawrence Depot.
Fight Tur im June cluded a realistic escape from a ynd Wall and Fairfax, the Austra-~ WiCKet partnership that was to Grant being 50 HUSBANDS
Pp prison camp. lian bowling attack. take its toll of the West Indian not out, and my supreme being I = T
NEW YORK, Nov. 7 Lumsdaine’s strongest line is The first fifty came in thirty-six bowling and place Australia in a The West In-|f ; Mr, F. bL;- WALCOTT. 211.51.n6n.
Gatun’ Gainatord Rlinsaer rp swimming; he hates running. minutes but with the score at 58 an Sop pvotns 8 win, which gies innin gs shall be amongst you. 8,11.51.—1n.
world middleweight champion Ray Captain Peter Duckworth, the Birkett gave a return to Grimmett ey eventually dic closed for 249 ;
Robinson said Wednesday that ae er is Sn eee: and he was out for 27. When stumps were drawn for next day, Grant Li saenshglieishteins eines ainaebigas
Sugar Ray will go to Europe in ;2, MS pice goes Major 7 the day Kippax was undefeated carrying out his a
late March or early April and poss- “Monkey Blacker, Grand Nat- Worse with 118 to his credit and McCabe bat for 71

ibly remain there. until the late ional jockey whose regiment is — Worse was to had put up a valuable 90 before Grant's feat of
summer with a title defence in *h¢ Sama as Duckworth’s, the 5th follow for the; he was caught and bowled by Scoring two not
London against Randy Turpin. Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. West Indies, for .

a : nal Constantine. Close of play saw OUt Innings Ing
Gainsford said Ray's plans shape They have held the team cham- the great . * the Australians’ reply with 297 each innings ot
up like this: He will defend on pionship ever since the war. George Headley], for 5 ; his first Test is »
December 20 at San Francisco ver- who went in to 5 : a record and is W. H. Ponsford
sus Carl Olson of Hawaii, He is Clumsy wehel bat at number Next day the Australians car- so unique that it should “emain so
negotiating for a title fight dn . one down was - ried their score to 376. Kippax for long time.
February at Chicago with ex- Third place goes either to Lieut. caught by Wall} eventually scoring 143 before he
champion Rocky Graziano, J. J. Percy, of the Durham Light off Grimmett was caught at the wicket off Australia needed 170 runs for ,
Infantry, whose forte is running for a duc k.}, Griffith victory and these were suppiuied by
Then he plans to go to Europe or to Marine Wood. Martin helped A ii

~ (ole Ponsford 92 not out and Jackson
stopping first in France to make a Modern Pentathlon is a clumsy the impetuous Tommy Scott took four of the

1" ; ; : five Austral rickets the ell 70 not out, the Australians win-
movie, Then he will box exhibi- abel for what is simply a five- Roach put on 96 ustralian wickets that fell ging by a ten wicket margin.


























t ; “
tions in yarious cities and then fingered exercise in sport in 90 minutes and he finished with the fine
probably defend against Turpin at It was never intended ‘by the Keeping th elm figures of 4 for 83 in 20.4 overs. SSS aS = i . 4 ‘
London in June, When he returns Greeks that Olympic Games Scoring, still inj a weet In- - \ Evening in Paris Gift Sets
§ 0 * 2S, runs

















from Europe, and assuming he still should include football, basket- front the clock,
has the title, he will defend in pall, hockey or eight-oared row- , Roach went ;
America against any logical chal- jing.’ The object was to discover {0% 56. after: er second =
“f . eae oe ‘on- n 5 ev
lenger who can be found. But, the finest individual athlete ot ¥nch and Con- fae ote
said Gainsford, if there is no legi- {he year. If he were an all- Stantine soon E. L, Bartlett more disas
timate 160 pound challenger then : : : oo. followed for a single. Highlight trously. Roach
Robinson will seek a bout with rounder so much the better. of the day’s play was a_fine went for 9 and
world light heavyweight champion 4, That is exactly what Modern jnnings at number 6 by E. L. George Headley
Joe Maxim either title or non- Pentathlon does, except that it Bartlett while Martin's patient 39 Who opened
title. seeks not the man who can heave before he was bowled by Grimmett With him scored
: s (rocks, speed arrows, wrestle, run made things look better than they but 11. Con-
eaten guid there ae o9 ie and jump, but he who in an had appeared earlier in the in- bbe», srg . first
cent or new negotiations for athird emergency, and particularly in nings. wicket down fe i nik -
Robingon-Turpin match but re- war, can best carry out all that Undefeated was bowled by G. C. Grant aid met oe =
called that Ray said he would be can be asked of a man to save ekea . ki , »} Grimmett for 14, 7
willing to meet Turpin ager. . his side and himself, r Jackie. P Rear Skipper Grant who had played
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On Monday, November 12th
Tue Datrty TeLecraApH will begin
the exclusive serialisation in this
country of the fifth volume of Mr.
Churchill's war memoirs, It
covers the period from June,
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does not necessarily win If the side who are a game up

rubbers that counts in the ferring a speculative Five Spades 4

long run. to a cast-iron penalty. They are : Me ickets added
The chief contributory factor haunted by the fear that they i gut ten runs

to the losing of enormous rubbers may not get a second chance to Cc. V. Grimmett Grant carrying

is indiscriminate sacrifice clinch the rubber. out his bat for 53 and the innings

bidding without regard for the A first-class rubber Bridge closed for 296,

odds. Points by the thousand plaver never disdains a sure

Thé theme of this volume,
“Closing the Ring,” is given by
Mr. Churchill as “How Nazi
Germany was isolated and
assailed on all sides.”

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Cc. V. Gri stt’s fi res were 7
would be saved and won if more penalty of 500 points at this for 87 eS a: ye Was is
players were aware of the mathe- matical fact that the side which 1 Five Clubs, even when reason- ne Snare match.
wins the first game has a three- bly certain that he can go out Ponsford and Jackson opened
to-one expectancy of winning the u a contract of Five Spades, the Australian innings and Con-
rubber. which has an equity value of stantine and Francis opened the
Thig cuts both ways First, a 00 Of the two “sure things,” West Indies’ bowling ‘Attack 1

non-vulnerable pair who gave jie Five Spade venture is the ix « & ack, In
1 Taber ab a cost of 600 start more likely to turn sour in case a brief period before lunch this
the next hand at the game ©! miscalculation. The penalty pair put up the half century with-
atrategical disadvantage. The {ay Pro bg smaller tt out loss,

r f cards are (/:9ped for, bu ne vulnerable
exraicable, mS" the score * de have at loast improved their Deceived
above the line may mount to ore and still have a three-to But after resumption Francis
astronomical proportions if the (« chance of winning the deceived Jackson with the flight
same tactics are, pursued. It is mu pet ante. oa) nakban! thet of one and Barrow made no mis-

» always W is par- stands t h TE ase ; 3 : eseo8
meanly. oware s rr the robber detensive overbidding calls for take in stumping him for 31 run;
go; while “Never sacrifice with judgment and partnership co ind the score was then 56.
a bad partner” is one of the operation ae the opponents are Bradman the rungetting machine
truest maxims in Bridge auy a % ane ne ey i came in and Grant gave Griffith
wane subject of scientific over. iter to Go auletly; but if. they A, ieee hs the — But

‘ing, jowever cannot P gre known to have the “clinch rancis was in the picture again
lightly dismissed. The second tie rubber” complex. a policy of having Ponsford caught in the
factor is a psychological one. keeping them under constant slips by Birkett for 24 and ‘the
a a orn type ae pressure pany well show a long- score at 59
able opponent, the most flagrant) term profit. ‘ *
flag-filying by the non-vulnerable Déndan ‘eanresk Garena: Bradman Out

London Exvrec: Sarvioa Griffith now added his suppor:

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TiiiRsnw sovrMnr.R a. IJI mnmnos \nvor.\TE CLASSIFIED ADS PACE srvKN lELEPHCNt 250* T'., charge tot I .rranowi%  % %  ..-. %  •I M on %  nt-dM and f 1 i*> on Sundava I earl* rr •aor* OP -*I-OJK ar.u I r.t, |.r oi* m Bui"'%  OddlUe-. I * % %  . FOT au'h*. Marr'aa* %  ri gag-nx-n onnoun-cBi.nl. in Carlo Callingth*"!• !• 13 Cr. fc. *n r.ui'iWr of KtxiU up to M and %  cent* par word for eac. eddlltoial -.orJ Trim, ,-a.-. floeI9M bH*ni • H and p m )l 11 for lleaU. S.i'.-. ...,.4 p m I -III! || \| | e. OfI, 1 %  Erl, Pa IMI 1 i trR'M. io\ • %  I %  Wreath, -c.fpua ;it Funeral Pa J o clock %  anutid CMTtRtOsal 'hufl %  v .. \i %  ro SAU Meataa. cheep. SO n Jktd.ni uo-d* H>II a ar— AUTOMOTIVE — %  II IMI y .;. %  •. —i*i> a rage Dial MIC CAP Hover IB H r %  %  -. -, %  hroiighoot .i> %  ata 1 ..i h) cfti.d oe apprenated App!> •J • For m !" w.aaa • 1 M—t f n KLrXTkiiAI. HADW-Om J Valve H M V Radi i ggaauai Ha 0a. HI... Wmm DM Dial 1*1. T II M I I n HA DIOR (lo10 1i ib. Fatio m prrt.ct condition. lovclv Cabinet i l one "PhUco %  I lube modal, earndlttoi, aa new No reeeonablc olt-r refuted Apply The Standard Agency iB'doa. Co l Swan Street Dial MBU 4 II Mr An LIVESTOCK %  Bank Mall i Flan*. A IN MEMOHIAM T.. bun* | The da' w* do not lhl.1. % %  I* lery haid lo It.iJ cr l.> In HIT,, inhered by John U ramsnA* 1 Han. who died on November Rn 1IH I HRMI is • lu died in* MM %  On* vaar ha* p***ed *inrr lhat aad day I mi called away God took him !.. %  But in .. ,-ih Mill l "K-mbrnd by Notma Penco. icillr Uakiol. IMd.. l.**r* i*i*tor*>. nold ciwuitan brother.. Will CUrk* i N (lark* >a>int< %  II 51—In MIMIIf nving mamory of oiir drai p other MM Chrlatlna Julia Hind*, who %  in ltd%  Wool b* thy te*t. And pi."e*t. %  in Hu keeping Angela ihall guard th> ilreplng dual I fea Id her Iruit /ina and thy deep repoao %  ••I rOM I M M>.. lUdw I....C. fcgberl Alden. Oiaiiv.ll.. -nd Van It %  : %  I and TJ.C Redman laona-iivln | and OarHtMkl idnuifMn*-iti-lBWi I II M—In I (li. HIM IIOUSKS lwv*r Coaal. nawibull! l.diowtia Fully furin-i-d All n>odrrn convpnivia-ra From 1*1 January IflU. Dial ZkM 1 II J|—an H 1 SI—I f n. PARK VIF.W IVprr Ibvb.H'k Rlraat 3 btdl^Itu. Phone fM • II M -Jn LOST A MM AH LOST POCM I %  Bltrh alao two BHaMaaUg %  Abardern Call MECHANICAL T\ I'f-WIUTBU—Ono Royal PorUbia \ plWI —l, piactwally new. with milTl martin aW alao ona la inch Carriage SUndard % %  fnarnwod" typawfllar, vary iillk' uard No raaionablr offer ief .etl Apply Tha Standard Agcni > H .1.. CO 14 fta/an Street Dial MM g II M—Sli WA"HtNG MAClllNUt ana VACUUM I'LF.AM'KS Anuthel >hlpf If 40 each The Standard Agen.y Tha undenlgiird win %  *. Libhc Competition al Ihelr office. No I High Street. Unrig*!..... tha llth day of November. IMI. at 2 The mraiuage or dwrlllng-houat known ( HARMONY ll.AU Arrea. M P.r.h.. 0l toerd. .Itu.le near Top Rock. Chrl.l CT.urch, the rcaldrncr ol Ilk A Clarke The rfwelJIiig-hnuie ( -.i,(,ii,. Open \rrandah. Drawing and IMnlng Rowiiia. Bedroom.. Toilet jnd Hath. Kil.h.n Pantry Garage and Servant. Inipcdloii I | Thin-1. only, between the rumi. ..( • or further paitl ( .. i ii uSS IM m l< .\OTI(KS NOTICE r4Rli.ll OF ST ANDRtW I IfTRBBY GIVE NOTICE lhat I ha v. aalablKhed my office al Turner. Hall Plai'taUon Office hour* Tueaday. Wrdnradav and Thundaifrom II a in to 1 p m F A IM.II.\H VI. J P %  i,.n,lng OnVer, Pariah of St Andrew i II Si lln NOTICE rAjuaa OF T LVOT Having been appointed Returning ""-'I lor Ihe Piri.h or St. Lucy. I hrrr>* gne rtdUoa that m* onVo la catabll.hed .1 the Selah Bo>.' School, aciiirdhigly B E BARNFTT • II M 3-1 NOTICE CAT Male Gin I MrvU anawi Ginger SnlUhle R. %  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 'tn AMI kv:i>\ \t %  lawi of Jan.ei Whailo Ttnanli'. ChnM Chu: III.1..Iivii-n Ol M l.i-im I have eatabllahrd my offk>e al Andrea* Factory. Mondai and Tn.n.dayi gam lo J p m J C KkSG. Returning Officer. St Joaaph T II SI.in Ill A.hbv Allrtne. M | gBMl Ml board and • v with -nedroof atlaenad at ^t Philip, lor permlrelon to um tie aald Itcenae al a board, ahlogled ."id galvaniard .hop attached to reeidenre r.i Boaide-i i l t.-hii.i Church %  ii %  laTiOKR. F-aq glali it* I" 1 I' .Sgd JAMES WHAHTON. %  V|.. .LI .ii.t '. 11 Tin. application will be ton• ideied at Ihe I.Keiu>Ing ( I a* BO held on Monday. IMh dm I NOTICE PARISH OF ST THOMAS I hereby give notice that I hav* itahllihed my office al Belvedere near I Ridgeway. It. Thomoa. Office houra Tuesday*. Wadneaday id Thuradaya t 00 am. — II a.m. DOUGLAS HAYNES. Returning OffU-er Parlth of Si Thoma* 7 II.SI—3n. IMI DaH t ivh. VERY POPULAR ol M.-.i. M ,D\r %  pr> Roon.y Ea*> to keep clean and modRAVE YOI BOO Kill 1. DEANE. Ve.tr. Cletk. noun: LICENSE NOTICE The application of Jamn Sandlford of %  •ivne* Bay. St Jam**, for permiaatoi lo atU Spun*. Mall Liquor*. aYc at i Bay. st Ja moDated 1MB Hth da. of November. IMI To %  H NUBSK Eaq Police Maglf.iate Diit "B"—Holetown Signed LESLIE BAIRD. for Applicant \' 11 Thai application will be conLtcenting Court W be rn Id I %  fJapulBl E' Holetow %  he Mtn day of |l. at II oclork. a m S If NUrWB. IM III II SAIIS REAL ESTATE %  BOSVIGO HOUSELagle |l*II Hood. %  >i -aid all ancloaed THE DWE1.1JN.. Open Veiandaba. Kncluaed Ga ii mfc and Dining Room. 1 Re,; %  F .ntr> %  kur-rwun agg -p_| fell .rTha Guvernmenl Water a* well aa WinaBn.li %  | for garden* and l..*n Garage lor 1 Can. and Servant* rooma. A portion of the bid .. Coroanul Treea. Guava treea. M.n... OOO*. O oMen Apple Ireea. and BrMdfrutl tree* and anolhor poM. of land pk.nt.-d %  OFTERdl IN WRIT '•} the underaigneii llth da' ..f N.ivember, at •etKlor doe* nul band her., i He htgheat. or BJa Inapt eta a •".day eacept Sunday* on applrfation to Mi. Hanachell. Tel. IMS lor further particular* and i uugRlln f aale. apply toCOTTLX. CATIXlRD X CO. NO IT. High SI.eeV !.,,. %  -, ,: "-WAMIII EYAMTO>. Top R,-k, .t.nding on hall -" acre, having 4 bedioom. Dt.u.ig Mgd v .. |. ..„.| U .. ,,|, ,,..i Tollrla '..l Rain. -Ilh Mcdrm Kitchen Out.Me I i Servant.Room. Children'* PlaV Room, The Qard.M.. aie %  The above Ploperlv can 1. dealred With po*> Situated < lull)Fui MI. lied If %  1 HELP I 11 al-Er. 5 „ t \ kajogaoM ai o Advocate IES1DCNT MFMIST A Re**4en I %  a per aeaauan in unt n*J will he rrc.-lv. n jart culnr %  %  Law A Conneti TYPnrr AM peiean with written application lo Sof> retary Dowding Eatale. ft li ltd Bay Street 3 II 31 *, l*Sf F... 1 11 In H rgoriHTT Thedwelllna I r %  1 Dnlaiiniig led.. %  %  %  alei. drawing and dining rooma. Kitchen Tone! and Hull. rooma. Oarage. ha I Land .uft.cienl to build 1 Bungalow* Hlghe.1 offer nut Inipcctlori to J pm Telephone 11X3 for further paiti.ua.. 3 II SI 7n THFATRE MANAC.KR A Managet for Ihe I'l A/A nilWTHE Harbaree* Applv hi ^i the office of CARIBBEAN Tlll.VTKEa LTD -The Bar % % % %  % %  l-otwen the hour* l %  a m and IS noon. % %  ..pplicitmn* treeitod %  .drmr 4 II M In i.ii ana MTATTV1 Full Urn. r*ri %  Iriiran.e Co In M.ih...... %  .a II. in.llr.' of.lldeo.-e Apply: %  Imuiance Underwit 3 II SI -.n "HORN-' The under.igned will off.i I ... IT. High Slreel Bridgetown day Ihe gth dJy ol November. IMI at 1 Th* Collage known aa ••ROflN". In i* in Avenue. Stralhceyd. If Drawing and Dining Houii... | ll.d n.m* iformeily ll itti ,11 no.inn invenlmcea. and the land ., erMrl II aland*, containing .110 .qu.ur (eel. WHck i. fully ri-li.d Imp-clion on application lo R A Corbtn. General Trader* Lid For londltlou* of Sale, ippj i.. COTTIX. CATTOHD ft Co il lo M an nilklMl HllM\ Situated al Top Rnrk. having 1 bed.* with connoctlni Toilet, and Balh* Large Ha Icon *. Iiavlng ., view to the Sea Lnunge Dining Room. Modern idI Car Oarage. 1 Servant*' Quarter*. Toilet and Hath. Laundry Thla rW-.idn.ce ha* Bnlll-ln-CuplMard* irronghcint U %  .-i Eictiu ttpra >'MH. .... aady imtalled He.dy lo. i aa i ami no Further particular* apply ,lph Beard Phone Si 10 AKTION am uiatrucled by the Earrulor* of the F.t.1, n f J.me. E Seal*, deroaowd to tell S i I. the opr* al ii Ave N. w Orlgoni, SI Michael nn Tin ndai %  PUNT, IMI Sale I o'clock. -I IMiNAUl I.AMI 1 Auctioneer a il si—an UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER On Thur*day the Mh November IMI I f O'clock al Ihe Court*.' Garage will • aold by Auction' ona Vauxhall 11 :ar Term* Caoh DARCY A SCOTT Auctioneer II Sl~4n UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER J In.lructlin, ,-,-e.ved 1 Will aell on I'ort Ho)al Garaae. SI Michael'. Row. li IMI Analia Ford I IIP. 'Damaged n arcidenli Term* Ca.h Bale at I VINCFNT (.lllllllii. Auctioneer. 4.1141 in UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  AMI Pi wovi yinis T1'F.I>AY it'i. 1). A Q lSale Aherrtare Chn.t I TUESDAY Mil Mr. <;..,.,•* Clarke lair Horrno I I urch THUI'SDAl Mh viP BRANKtR. TROTMAN A CO. Aucllnncrt'. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER TUEeil)' %  I of in G Leorock we will nell hi. : Aberdare Chriit Chui. I Include* Good Dining Table <*cat I0>. Upright and Arm 0>air*. Flat Top De.k. Sideboairi. CM i Mahog Morru Chair* with P laaTrOJ In Q M irhW Shell. ..ol... ll.-... Round T i> Top Table. Hall Table Upright Cl..n, Ornamenl T.l.le. ii, atajuNM Sleep Bad: Pv* Radio and Plrh-up 'good', Ping Pong Table. Gla** and China. Dinner and Tea Serviere: Plated Ware. Verandah ('. eralor i|B ii-.nO.*' and a We-Imghou.. Refngeraiior In workUuj order. M T and Enam Top Table*. Beautiful Old Mahog Linen Praaa. Cheval Gla>; Deak. Di ing TablM. Mlrd Pre Book.hell In Mahogany. White Painted Divan Bedatrad* and bed*. Canvaa CoU. Bangle Iron lledaleada. On* Burner Valor S*ove. Kitchen Table*, land. i Garden T—>! %  Wheel-Harrow. Lawn Mower. R '"d oUier Sale II M o'rlock Tern* raah. KAME-ha*. 1KOTMAS CO. i H B One Motor For Every 92 People In O.W.I. DJ 1KOIT. Tht'ui. inn' motor vi-iiu lo M paopla irho ll*n In % % %  %  eomEaUod b) ih US. A fact AxsociaiiKi' .it l)< troll The i.>i .i I. | %  %  Vrhli IfJt gjlaf] I' UM W, ' % % % %  . 1H.253 v.-.11 iioiuik 1 in. .ST ." in ivaia csrs. 5.2H2 coovinrclaJ n IW AI ii..oil nd < %  ( lhe> scull. -. wbrCfa tu %  %  I %  %  W.rlil Avi i i iTlni.onhniii tbi %  n %  -..-I aKf "n...! H plo). The Wast i %  % %  ,.,.'.,. IH-IIIW UM arOrld UM ertrld II. in li worm off for mot." for example, which has al iifth <.f tha i.ci|>kii,iii..!i ..f UM whole World, hal not many more' inniois ui.m UM Waal In g ii .HI BVtjnan n( ona n I ttn every R.7*s Innal The "motor pofHiaeAton 1 <>' rVoat ] 1S.776 in 4.2S5 HI British Oul .'I.. 4 ii. i in liiidados, 2,617 In I M %  in st Lucia i in .. pu illation I iUid M.ihnmaa erv bel off. pjrlUl %  FMorda 8( V the WOfrai off. willi on!. motor foi i\.i. ):i: paopla Other Colonies < np.ili-il ith Otbai Hlltrh Coloniul territories. On %  :l off fol % % %  "-• %  u Kaoyi %  %  i % %  901 of the pOpUaftUoE other All,. show Tnurh battor tinuies. In the United Kuii[it""i itself, tha tvi aac is one MIIK -le f.u every U paonia Nc.'illy ..II tin' inerrml VehtelfM in use m |ha West indies art import the United States, corn). (la*. ci.iiunE finiii l!r it dollar raatrktlona koap the rate of impoits down In IMO. lor example. UM U B %  only HI can and commeni.l -• the whole of UM Bl II I i : i r %  i i B took 19. Trinidad i look 11 %  no mercial > i Bl .iiili t. n i !• •No i -oinn Back It U Hie Workiil< I i— Thai rounls Bi9ye4,V it In his that i %  %  %  . i.iknig the opportunitv to talk to %  .order to a* thinlupiMrt Mr. % %  %  l.K-1. %  %  I I•Vho had ii. : :Mow thf %  take UM ConSJt UM rkin,j If that %  | %  %  %  who hud the U brought th*3 n...-' %  %  l. Hi hal:itIE8. Elr. IILVM'S Pr. Wm. Hrr. t :: Dial JIM I For Would u apply to ineas., %  it myself on what is pi %  aid .nether hi Centi -\ %  .. %  i that a gtatemenl in. this subject WOUld (i %  oinm^ | 'he next rortJllgnt. Regardinit the futura ol Colonial Dovalopmanl Corj LytMHon said he had had conwtth Chairman of Uw tilnk we %  I" > %  lion at the mon.. T.ay vlatt ap Malaya where he la due in th< UlW but h. n i-oiniiiK str;.ii!hl home from lo.. totir Which %  short duration he i that he hoped to be "iriair-borne ag posatbie". How Ixinx ? %  lad then which gives food for thought 'a %  %  %  %  %  oftler?—an .; H i %  stair rn-! %  iter. 9t John Needs B< Her \\utorSii|>|lv 1 ,,r ,: '"is* Asso%  | "'"" hold .. political Bl Jotaj %  I UM pnrigh Of H John ..' Ihe next General 1'!.. Uori for the Hou ol i v I..,. ,,.,,. I ; I" the ui ivilcgod Ho kietw aboul th.ir luftarli their c6a> | Aa an tiftmantan ie hoi .... m aaaui he had with tin i hlldren e would tell thorn, tu WOUld go Into In the 1 i million in tinrOOpOR i ha ha in :i,. I 11-inn and Uioro again he i >.. va .'ii.Nn ko to UM poa prooonl iit.t very grail MM .nil w.is know ii'-iiii Mr. Nlli .f tit. lil ho would liKht for (..i UM oople and moro c i lalb '"i ano peopte of st. %  the thlngg ho fur the i Id was %  i fj i | % %  in iimli-r%  st Michael kod UM ntppOai of H li %  10 b .it UM polls and li Hd to Kive then nf hi best -eiVli .• Italiair KariiuA|c4M 'Va LeftTflFor Mexico MItaAN, Nov. A group <>f i ..ii.in rawing! tetai Uiut, I I i foi Mexico i ii> %  V llotat and Taluffl will iv Aflei Mi • %  rn %  onti • Ital % %  :.. i %  i -If. Jane Hussell '(.els' A Baby-Bo) NFW YOI'K. N..v 7 %  %  I han i i LrOM said that lb> I onlv an ver. that i %  • m. i rod thai I in U %  • teroal %  rent %  %  ... 1 %  %  • i..i.i. %  ft*) Had heen I 'I in (ui attempts to li-. Id bahy—U.P. GAIRY d> rroM paae I Uon of all i ommun.."' culture and commerce. I kerl Kesoiirei's Ad lot .1 %  icoods or B UM re.•ultinK in. Had '" ikitb Be) tell th.it the >1itnu'i be*l %  .ipproacri tlnoiigh public cor p or a -, UOn Mi, %  ; Covernmentih.ujtiil [Ti.iiHvti, o if igihulluial. tourisi %  ud UM (irenada in tni %  oihty iuid good %  I •vi.nl. %  %  ft ui i i %  PuslUvo \.tn..i Keferi. i. "hen dp % %  VOttod I' !-• ii.ii. ..i tu I).' : %  %  wantinj tu induli'e in i. %  %  : K.l-in %  i. v. bul %  tenous Iin mind %  %  %  %  i (oi unit) .nul co-op%  i .uon vs ii ii the rotacwal of tho %  nd good i da w a foi mot I) i intod bot%  UMrn and it "•'Up U %  Brif-holp Mnt ( n-o|M-i.'f inn Wishmc memlterg %  aueresgful ti'ifn ho pledged ro-oponllon ivll icrvice. ..nn wlUini li .niv time to dtaUUk Is not tin • %  ii nootl] and with iril ol n utu .1 roopi %  I ind pood •Mil v V//.V.W/V////////W-',i Ti"n Geruuuiririn \Ltkt %  World's BlggBtl MALTA gj rroon page 1 Pumping Station iittit It has i eermg firm haa %  -f the werld'* rngiiil pnmpint the iliinklln: WatM Ml] I %  %  %  %  %  oil* Will i-.o Tha weighs 200 tons, and H havo 21,000 horse i \ %  %  duled U be shipped to Argent:i i Mienth.—t'.r IKAN # rroon OgdM I 0 act basu .' I added thai II h ninth %  tmplogrod I .oi the) .. % %  arguerj that if Ir.m m sell tin minimum of 8,000.000 to I0.0OU.00H EOJM oi mi and mi pu : niMll) lo Htit.m and other eountries Iran will be able t ... and will not nee.1 foreign .nd %  %  •mbork on ihe opui n oducatJon oil UM maaaes to which tho Premlai alt'.r. The isUnd'a Induatn k virtua i the Maltese i* that their factors depending, te an abnormal extnnt. on UM I UW N A f Hut from all available cominenta %  U ait survey I M harbour, which in two world %  %  I the fleet* 'A'esteni Powers. thfgf_ no indication of an iii.lustriil Malta laM sunny Medi%  -i, where fuel hurt ages and electric power cuU itn'l count, where there are 12.000 motor can (many bearing Allied Service ban Moaog lax two yean old. the Hire it .pawars fantastic. Yet he.,,,. Island I. N.A.T.O. 'ion' hue of defence — U.F. Shipt In Touch With Barbadoi Coital Station i'-ir Barsor. • a AMnvrerjion, a a. .V:,o. Clipper %  > Llpan• • Wan*-. a Roaa.-k. . M*rt*n. %  I Wiilemotad a CanadKs v-rulaer a Seh,.l,|. A leol-ennanl. * laid) Neiaon. %  • OolHto. %  a Buna. .! ir^T* ,'.'' %  ""* %  • Mar-rh-lk. • Kaia Ro >d>en. * Cavaiaare %  AiilarlK. Rroapeelor. a HTdra. a a — — • Ennerdale. * Clvaao. Alrw. %¡ IM, . NaraiiM C ilUis, i SHIPPING NOTICES S %  -ruin' AliU A11 >r. u arhrdnlac .. >ail li ihOT -tli lelttoum* October HI :h. tiladat.Hie Ortobri lath Port Anna (asaac Mth BWOMM oea nlvlog al Timlil.id b...l 1*1 and Uarhodoa November Mtn I.. ...M.ti.'ii i.. general cargo lhl eaaol haa aaapl* apace for vnille-l a...I %  Cargo accepted on thiough Rllla of dlOg fat tinn*l.l|ii.ir,,l .1 1 %  M leeoard and WmdiaaiU t 'r parllriilar* %  t'KNaaa. WITIIV it. CO LTD. ano !A A CO LTD Silualimis Varan! i un OH Mllillg l*dv nut. -i n i . l i.i Th* M V MUNEKA -ill accept I II a" and Paaariifer* f<* llotillil J AnllgMB. Hoiitaerrat. Net I* and %  '. Dale of Sailing will be K..lifted Tha H V. CAtUauaU will go i. go and Paaaenger*. for tadiiin.o Anligna, Montaerrat. Nevia and at Kill* SaUIa** Bat> St liMlal Grenada and Aruba. i r tar M Vi* I D"te ol Sailing lo be HoU5 %  W I. SOHtDONVH OWNERS' 9 AWSfa-lATIIlN i INC ) %  BOO. T*krphon* No M41 ^Aic^ S ham ^^ V.'.'.O*.'.'.*.'.'.'.' M VOKK U KVH I Bt DUl EtTOj %  ran v n \ %  nut %  n u %  clrar and offord, rn % %  . %  ;> < REAL ESTATE JOHN VI. Ill 1IMIS •> CO. A r 8.. r v A. FOR SALE B -hinale i bl walling There IB a long -• %  %  ... I .re Ihree I I %  %  i lellar* a* a li .. %  lion t*i oak bod kitchen and paiiln i par ago, f Ited MALTA %  %  ll) with ...Look ri %  %  ii with own hath and I %  M Appeox '. m of land -all laid out and irrigate-! > .1 light lllghl of • %  to beach ind good %  HISIIOVCa SIVtr. A %  .th ahtagi i il. greal hr Th* %  %  % %  drawing '. acre* witn %  RENTALS UAL t.STATfc A(,i:s i> AUCTlONrl-.liS and si KTi rou r*-AM"ATIONS RI Il.DING I'ljunr 464. i UI %  STEAMER >* il STEAM Fit a, 11 i ISUi November. ivea Harbado* *U. December. iiv<* lUrbadm IMh Oreiiiber, NKW OIII>.ANK I STKAMEH aaila aaVd 'ii %  viiii un, 7tt. Novethbei an MEK aell. Ji.t Roll Rarbadoa lh November. I Barbadoa Uid Novainbee. i Baibodo* lih Ue.en.ber. | oi Mil ... Ml CANADIAN nntvua N*.e af •• Nov asth (-. Klh lie. Wlh ... Illltol M. • i.' i i i ii.,-! in. MKVT YORK AND HI. ... Mi'l.v \.\ OOSTA CO. ITO—CANADIAN Ml If mil .ire In nerd "I *• \l Ir'l'ANS, BIIWI.S. Jl'GS, and I'l.ATBs Out warfl break in ENAMELVYARE I UM (ln> QualiO I lent, in INAMII WARC are uhtaiiublc (raaa THE < i \IH\I. KMPORMUM < ...... I III., ol A I mini Mi. i |nCllX^rtr^h ll/l/IUII lilFT SETS fur Men ami Women LEATHER GOODS — with Bpaa • D*~ T.. la* Thnn i lo BUY Them I I OBI THE EARLY PICK COLLI1VS iiiii't. VI'OHI s -~ J *— = ^ ,.i\. mmm CLEAR OVEN GLASSWARE Itaaa, Dinner And BfOaatPMl PUlr*. Dishes >,II. Hintl-'e He. JOT ion ll he proud In own .heir. See our display IM.AXTATIOXS LTD.



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PACE six BARBADOS ADVOCATE I HI'lisI) \* M>\ I.MIII.K . 1951 HENRI BY CARL ANDERSON Canada's Wonder Remedy Is Here Again-To Stay! MICKi-Y MOUSE BY WALT DISN' BBISHJiry BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG For CHEST COLDS, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, ARTHRITIS NEURITIS ECZEMA, BURNS, SORES, PIMPLES There*! aotUu like Bvaklejr'i White Bob f<>r breaking up a iiKlit cheat eon orer nlfht, or NirVMnp the %  tabbing, I puin of rlu 'nriiiitiMM, arthritia. neuritie, nauralbjia. stiiT nure I:..,ii or the mitrr.. oi Urea aebifltg feet Joel rub il Into the lore -!> %  '•> the i fasted ohetl oi aehinf, tired muscle*, loci reel tie peon and loreneai reniah in a natter of nuotea. BueUey*a White bib Ea ;. aeisotlflo preaeriptloa containing !( aceree Ingredieata, earefnllj Nleeted lor their proven thetav peatic rain It etiiwnlatei circulation, breaks up eaDceetioo and reueree pain. Hnaia and toother, loreft pimples and tired raBT We rnarantee MOKE relief In LESS tune or your money baek. ItMKIIW exaimaas WHITE III II STAMP CATAl METAL CAH BOXES SAW rnJ-s rNGrNKW. FU.ES STOP WATCHTS .•s.:'.'.'S.'S.:::'SSS''S''-'>THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER STAY WCOC WITH THE MCSfcS.TO'.TO. CLLGO 4SID€ THE JAIU TO MAKl Sot SAO DOESHT JFBE aTBS. rrsTncr T.K.T. UOLP iftanz -3ftlACBttaNATTeAT TO rtAOU 4A*ETV' ItWCP POWN Ne*e AN OUTPOST Rjn.Tuev ALMOST GIVE UP MOPE OF KUCHIMS IT-WUIM A OJPPtN SANP-STOBM ovce TMSM -me scree* NttPEP TO MAKE A Cft(H .. S3 COLD Manly* It • fjM bed-iime drink and bttlpt you ro Uccp soundly. And nothing oold he nloer ... Marilyn ii creamy milk Jcliaou-lv flavoured, and entuhcJ with ener filing *ugai, mah and vea*r. BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT ftO >KKI) TO Aim MILK on SVGA* MAHAI.YX .1 REAL TUHUA.KR 11 THE SINISTER MAN By F.DO\K WAUACS ON SALE AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL H ERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only USUALLY NOW USUALLY NOW Robinson's Fruit Squashes (boisi 1.28 I.Ill Farrows Peas (Una) 25 5151 P.F. Roses Sweet Biscuits M 1.47 I.HO Oak Powdered Milk M 80 72 26 re



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llllRMIW. Mtvr.MIU'.K S. 195) n\nn\iM>s ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Eight Give Evidence In Larcenv Suit I 3ES Rave evkteqcc foi i Tlm.phiiis I'ains ol Welchnutri Hull. M Thomas. %  trj ''. Police with house hrwlring and larceny town properly. Dog Show Will Be Revived iitixtom t>n vis lHIM.lt LAST In :.. Mi Justice G. Counsel . ..'.. V, '.'. K i. iw.r General for the >nd Mr. r. !i.im ot the | #1 Tra aUetfinjf 1! i i Mai 26 Par ft* m kc li *tl r • pel HayrMa at St. toll an fiifhi tuin* ; % %  a Radio, %  pick-up and a hm<\ the progMBft) of I altcrnathe Agnrultu ir vmuAi I:\IUBITH>\ There will be . renewal Ihta yr:ir of the competition for dogs at the Annual Industrial Exh'lumn which takes place on IX.ber 5 and 6. the Secretary of munt nf receiving stulrn Advecaf* property— u Pye Radio and pickup thpre og the *ame to rtave been Tf! prosecution was Mr. Joseph % %  ( "Parkcs House". S< 1 Society |i yesterday Last van just a display of dogs. competition which was carried on some years ugo had ceased for some time. This year OMgnlsod bt Mr.'Ian %  '..." %  '. ..;;. %  -. %  ..eBerbe"n Ma_v 26 he left "Pa rites House'. St, Joseph closed for "Cai i ti house. Among the li*ft in the boil %  SltlRI sewing machine and %  ftarrad The radio wag bought for $178 and tba pick-up cos: about IM. He paid $60 for the ... do* Adrocafi Fiv. (up h.iv? been offered for romprtituin in Ihl section. One b 1 Messrs. Y de Lima Co l td for the best exhibit in the show; one by thr Agr.i-ullur.il Society for "" %  %  I %  exhibit, one i for the %  i Ltd roi UM Tuninu Kmih Scratched *3 r* the best pun in irk On M i il informaTi s.. ., said that entries he Polio and on June for the 11 on coming 17 about 8 o'clock in the morning In. He said thnt :. He* Urrnd with Uie Pyo presented by Barclays Bank iD.C i ink-up along with O.i for the best exhibit of fruit Imi i uately exwas won outright last the radio and piek-up <"a*tle tirant Plantation and th< i .rat* the Bank will be presenting I with. On the radio the I Dare* cup fot : dndlnj tuning knob was scratched. iBOVS* CLUBS PREPARE, FOR CHRISTMAS SHOW I'IH>I.OS Out Of Order After BeftVi Rains N'KARI.Y all of the Polka Boya' and Gl prepanni; In luivc .i t/linstm;i preparing KM these %  hows. rirluiin trw nlmn In cooking %  making and tower making hava beer Introduced at the Hay Strati Qirla' Club The inatructon are Mlai <; w Hams. Mrs K Knight, Mra 0 Symmond This Club has a mini! ; The girla are also taught embroidery, and knitting, The Club is partlv supervised by Policewoman Babfa ,.. ,., n. .nl il i .1 v> ,'. Tru o I l girls are dfcHDlaytng great ntiui /fe/flffP/IIO/YlfJCe iMiy %  of rain Igtitatown .1 ij night Th. night lfl use %  %  %  District "D %  plali MlnS Hup. W |he I. 'ji section. Messrs To Mr. FUrrov.. Mr. Ilaynes AIr hi-r-n ft de Lima haw pieitat,i. m ..v.-i (he n. -w ilassc-. said that the M-rva.nl had lock., .up foi the l*-.t exThe Spelghtttown Boyt' club Ur.MKMi.UANi f. DAI f I ad up Varbaa Houseand hil>n h (S thv MiiMigaH Boys' CluO %  %  ^ y ll the %  .mi about what had The competition foi augai end ready piinat a few mi bcellencj die Qove r Bu happtaad in UM bu-. When m o lM e ei has been ra-ornnlsod from cricket, the AJIrad Bavaga ^iii laj he wrnl to "Parkes House", he The competitions previous!) %  : ... lin active pnrt m table 00 noticed that a window HM.II foi pllUlUUoa while crystal sugar tennis and gardening. It has 45 A 6 usual. Church authority is tci feel from Se ground "no straw crystal sugar have mrm bera. 35 0 f whom attend have been invited to hold ipcci^i "• broken L-IU! a pane of ceased and in1 their places will be rv-uUrlv. .e Uirounlioui the islaiic ,-lass ,, out. He had h-u.M ; ' r.tdlM from Mr. P. r. %  %  j ition Hill !' %  S i'hihp ll patta m %  '' daru %  inch and l* £ l ucj 28 pan. and St. J-hn one Ineh ind 14 | Libel. Slander Action Filed %  :-AlN Rails K Le ..1 l .• %  '. ..: %  %  dud ot \ .. uluire who r %  I'rani I 1 leer, and then is keepiiw up t.> the high iradiUom 1 M K unar in hhi quaatl G iven meni well according to a recent n| in tn. local preaa the Mimsiet nl Agjrt* .uliinrecetVed %  rase of beer fo hddng perl la %  ntnaaarcial ad' 1 .iinpaign for a brand \ dl • nn the Sec ret a r md led whethei the cmdini ,,f the Mlnta hsr of AgricultiiK forms to smh tradition^ The copj 1 < the .1 • q 1 was signe. 1 Mi Kumar and baa %  the (incite ootoe bg him it 1. not known •rtnthat 'he gpeakoi • ai pewmtt UM qawatson in tabled la n1 ouru U. 1 Oea* la now In! Devi* A ChtaaMt, Ad.i 1 Carlb H'r that then Mi Caril 111 Uieir ireeni rompatiiioii v. ..(i'l> %  !: %  friendly en-operation M prarnoUng a local pn-i 1 etng mentioned, suggested "i 1* u-iid.-.! 0aee4$e has apalagiaad Mi Hi ran '• % %  en) in v 11 Minister ol Agn.ullure has nu 'i aetloa agani-i Mt Kumar 1 el and slander. '*/•, *afcIn the treatment of tarcoptic mar.je In imall animalt Tetmoiol' 11 invariably effective At the mcrtt. two or ihraa application^ are required and moreover during treatment no ipecial dotation it ncccmry TetmcHol' it non-greaiy. non-ilaininr, and hat no .bnociout smell. TETMOSOL' 'etraethylthiuram Monosulphide Solution (25,1 :MP€RIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTIUL:) LIMITED A WOl. J.J %  •HMUOW 1). -fft and OiilritKilo/i A. $ HHTDIN g SONS MANCHI1TIK • AH8A0OS' LTD hre Pye v Mir. he Mi-i.ii' ..1 the %  IUMK of the radio broujtht by the Police. i for CM N yellow grocery sugar. cup for the, clear straw Ml PCS. MalTci told court that he i* she sole iflent lor in Itnrbndos and on 19 IMI ha Mid Mi .1 11 eight tube radio Mr, Haynes again came ti> hnn on 20 1950 and iKiuaht another eicht rube Pye raeVo When be sold Mr. Hi ili> he had | Garrad |i)rk-up nnd he handed him two plugs. The serial number of the lust 8*1,403. To I nuestion MalTci said that I ^ nl never at iny UBMJ done business with the accused .Ai'i sold him a Pye Ixtrimer Applewhite said thai M ihe a l o u d uo "Parhea m Instruction frwn Mr. This was about 4.S0 I"-' When MM I'nished closing Ihe place, she MOM to Kef home KC!.J?S which is unite near the Horn regul Clnase* Th e two mlnnfcM sUence srul b< Ctaaa | % %  %  *"" has been presented bv MeagTI ^fP^nlry. tailoring, m .1 making 1 Musson Son a Co Ltd.. and *"reiiuie V] 0B0ROB1 Noe 7 H.livl was ciuickly Ittetujhl a bda lie Hhonde. on ui northi 1,1 QrenadBi, who reported %  dlaeose attacking the 900 ( ,f cattle kept on UM 1 I official part) caanprtauuj the Benlor Laboral n> :. %  %  Department offlcet Publl "^POSr EARLY FOR J AX XMAS I *WEATBHuTIAI^J lllst thr OKI s,.o ill W \**nl to i-M-i | rent lrlend*\\\ etetlves abroad 'd n... horn. W %  AND I'MM IM \\\ 1.1 \111m VOVH iits^ The District "C" Boys' Club. fatiOO will stand f"i UM Mamo work DctMXUnenl %  -. m AK \ —t IL.. f..^l. .1 .1. 1.. 1.. it RF.MEMBRANCESUNDAY IN GRENADA I it bj ., ixtllarj ii-\ braced 1 the pond rreci I %  1 If im 1-' Mb* .1 u. the othan 1 ili St Philip bag 17 members. On rial of the fallen and [h. 1 Monday classes were started In "*U antruat to the Lord's keep shoemaking and tailoring, Ai'•>*. thoBa who havi ready the boys have thnvini: taTMO Of JuttlOa ai veget a ble gardens and they are When the ununpa.ei rrom Uu given rili^if.uloettin by InPolice Hand sound UM L Spector Ch..iuih-i The indouI*"st. the congregation BrIU keep wlui \, ,,„. wr n ,„, UM games are cru-ket. draughts, sileni lot two mh l< TI ., ., Medicines wan dominoes. an< %  followed by Ihe trumpetr ^'£. u AJ;l?£*£2I. T "??" a *" ~ IM Sparrock 1. m ihaige of the era soundiim 'he u „ IU eUanlng of the v iT UkOKGbS, Nov. T, Club. Miss I Kirttm and Miss prayers will then be sni.i foi.,,,,,1.. ( Besides the usual church serG Bushell are airangtog UM wad bj HytnO 172 (A AM) vices on Remembrance Sunday. Christmas programme* at Bbfef the BlSsatng, The Holy Euc*-arNovember II. there will be a Club. 1st. The Collects, The Epistle Parade Service at Tantcen at 10-30 p.c I, A. Forde, who was The Gns|>el. The InterCd i"i ind am. after which there will be a formerly in charge Of UM District lln.tlly ih, March Past by Ex-Servicemen. A -. Boy 8 club and who is asslstllll CKEB1 It \RR\|Xls U.K. Sugar Ration Grn i*3" ,n ,n arranging the Club's Camp Fire At Senior*, bugle About 9.30 p.m. the same day place at Se/itors ilantaI she opened front the kitchen and %  I Brace Vale Factory. When she got up the staircase she that the bar lo a door was The next morning she noticed that the window against the telephone was broken. She searched ihe house and found that the eight tune Pye radio, the pick-up and Singer sewing machine were m i ssi n g Set. Hendeiion attached to i %  Police ItaUon, %  Id thai on May 27 he received a telephone nu-age and went to Parke.-t House, St. when he -aw Mr. servant Lorimcr Applewhite. She made a rtaternent to him. He examined n window wfilch was pointed out to him. The inner noitlon of the win_ dow was completely broken off b v vcar y,, and a pane of glass In the 'i' W oridcentre was out. %  i-iliers. VOtontaer Constabulary. G.B.SS at Gun Hill, is now allache.1 to Cadets. Boy Scouts and Girl Central Station. He is clerk OukMs The iJtsx Post and HeMajor R Craggs, Fire Offleer, veille will be sounded by R W F who is ROW respons.llI H UM %  dnuntatraUon nf the ciuiw A dctachm.nt Irom UM 1. LuNlHlN. Nov 7 bados Regiment, the Barbados .1. nday Ma) J" police 1 %  Lloyd new 1 will • Police station with the Polio 1st Mi NormaB Dodds Dortfoa i %  Cathedral il 10 In %  ol Ihe eareatnenl wl m on tbair m 'v to UM I IheCubs, whan he wiu increase 11 Colonel Oliver Broadcust.Poppy Day League App< k al drai. the datac farn e n l will ( by w;.v ot Bpry Street. Ooh to the C'-i %  pass along St. MkhatTl Trafalgar Square, Broad Btraoa and Prince William Rani Besides the wreath the Governor Will lay, others will be l.ini by the Commandant of UM con Resd%  SPEAKING over Radio Rediffusion last evening. Col. R. W. Oliver made this Poppy Day League Appeal : ioc a | forces, the Offleer Another year has none by To-morrow is the thirtieth manding the Bai anniversary of Poppy Day first held in 1921 and it will ment and by oher organ* be the thirtieth occasion that the Empire has set aside ^_ a day for remembrance of those hundreds of thousamU of men — arid women — who died 01 who were wounded in the Great War. Nowadays we Include those Small Pensions unfortunates who died or who " „ „„ suffered other distress in the War Lasl ycui mnrr lna 3S ,n "" ,. — sold throughmit the In Barbados over _. $7,000 was raised. Our local in hiamli was enabled to assist 7-" > HI ..1.!. % %  1 c iivii. nn n in disVOTS8' fOJtGBD l\ TKIMIiXU sugar ration' question mtghl %  1 %  1 %  %  : DIED SUDDENLY i %  ; .-., Barrow %  .' 4.30 pi ,. %  %  C, Illutson. An enquiry WJ begun yesterday || linicd. DECRBE NISI In orl fu Dl 'he Brit 1st,Xegion are as great as T. and the need for funds, year refore grow no less. know the 1 story In-hind"^ mspira^ • %  sslthotsgili tiw which gave us the poppy mblem of remembrance. Poppy Stor POKT-OF-SPAIN amount of 00001 I %  at the end of IBM was ( pensions and Ml.M4.72e. So soys the report %  •— CornmlMtOCam of C urren On June 1/. he went n_^ n ol UM a ce u s ed with oth< %  tablee and made search. On going to the side door During the second battle the accused asked him to produce Ypres in the Great War an A: the search WarTOnl This he Offleer. Colonel Mcll.ie had a %  1 going into prcmoniuon of death. He had he noticed a P>e seen enoug*. of war to know that grants are. pitifully small send £500 to the central Haiic '" Fund of the British U-gion. I s2,0o0.000 wonder if you know that the "P doll nt. DB04 Id %  clothl up. that was covered There was also a if.nlio Identified 1 ked the accused how he the incessant bombardment of picktrenches, the murderous blast of machine-gun (lie during an attack, or in the misery of filth mud were accounted %  notes of "< % %  "' tlighetl pension we are able 10 ' "" '' %  V pay he 1 %  .to an V.x'''• ' l,J,,K nu to notes amounted i<> $3.547 more the pitifully small sum o* 8.00 than the eotlmatod $^00,000 ind a month. Not enough lo pay UM the I rent. Sint amounted t>. t7t,Thls fine movement started as IfiC. The revaluation of tnOt relieving Ih. diSlrOM n.i.U -.f UM MatO BSCUflty Fund following the first War This last at the end of last year reaullI He. %  used now nc wcir verv B i((ht Hc wpj had obtained the radio and medical officer and whilst he sat pick-up and BM 1 epi;. *-down to waft for She first casuaire nuue." The radio and ,, M to „„,, ln hr wrote thi* hkh dogged men day In War*of'7ut'"a few years ago prohi a^ net increase 0/ $177,361 day out. the chance* of survival ducrd „„,,,, B mi (u< m casualties ..latlon lthe DOOi pick-up were taken to "Cai i.K.k" UM b-;ach house at which Mr. end Mr.. Haynes were staying, and Mrs. Haynes after operating the Pye radio identified the pick-up as her ; sporty. The accused who was also liken along in the Polu%  gfl taken to MM District 'F S'ation where he waiiged* adjourning the Court ICC Tsvl. poem 1 his field pock 1., ,. Wf purr to. hll In tnr .%  till *llv l|!:H4 fiId anudit U< sum brlnw r aae anon ees •-> mall dawn, uw au **(• g\n* dead and woundcsl of BrOfMrt i .-.'merits at that date, men-ln-arms. We who analive During 11*50 forgenes oi not** and well through the ecraftl Of were dotecled and charges proMiose who fell, can show our | cr red against three persons i.nd gratitude by giving generously .onvlction was secured in tomorrow. Every penny you can ,., BMMMn Of spare will be devoted to helping |(I|(V Hre Mt y(1) s itii ,,,.. leg in keepyYaaor. Mr A H W It L. Gwatkin. In rUndvra ami* Tahv up our qu.rrt-l. •HI. t" for j h*i.. l %CM w. |t>m n> vaun lo hold II hM>. • lUi u> wtia air. Wr uill 11c' >li-rp (ho* puppl— Sic !" nel1< He who lost 1 ing your world free, or who need* the skill of plastic surgei him a new face— • him walk in hi*, t.11 r.%  %  There may not be enough popes to go round tWllOriOV Sored that the _. killed the next day. but thought behind it is an appeal to %  Id the JIT> that llat Court Old the words he wrote were taken you to give generously | last ee uj, b v the millions who lived and grandest cause the Worlo ha M expected tomorrow we again honour the --ver known—to keep alive those %  he would merrroi' of UlOM who kept thi rTarad 1 to keep Bed them to come prefaith. ..live. I .red. Thi inelled. ^ ,1 ; KITES OT tXCHASGK I s 11. \ NOVKMHfH T IMI q %  as as IKht nr.ns at t 1 1 < urraaei si > si*. Hon 11 tdge, sir Allan CoHymoi deeree nKi in Ihe oal ,1 r o. K> %  N FOUNDATION OLD BOYS' MATCH Tn* Pound*! on !' %  > I %  %  nt Crti % %  place a School to-o ag 1 in when the foUowu .ii repreaenl UM Old I i Marshall M ipt .. s Cba %  .irriv N Harris, M Pa %  IIIOW, K Clarkt ind L Thomas >\\ITll LUBfJ HallrU I /.l|'p Kr> i MM Hand ... ..MI. OJ 4.ill .ifaVWSBl l.lil! .;.! \ -. Sff OUR FINE DISPLAY KMI.IILS in. I kKry fai I 4 UM Paaeea Poekei Maidcurf I lull Knife in rasa. Masnlf>liis Qlaai in Cm M* Poefcrl I.lrtionsry . Shopiiini I .i %> 1 eeee Loaf Not* n..k \\\ 11. n Orsae ba Oeas ( ideiS Hand Hsr 1'nr.rs r. nk 1.idin Ogea taaBMi BtMa-aaag Paraai tomb in Use *:i kinds) t eeah and 1 ih111 Case BewUaj Bel Hook Marker \.s Oaaaa. I oh.t. 1 ..> l*i>a.li II II 11011 .1.. 1.1. Bn Cases oi i:\ixt. On SATURDAY loih 1951 NOVEMBER The Mow IMI.I Shot Store \ M No I. I I Slreel. 1. M,* '',,.,. M .II. 1 11 iih ihe Mil 3 ol IUrhadi In Odour Bkjtl VValleLs nilh thr Ma f WeM taeaea t usrrMe Oaeae wilh Co eared fan ol ii*iu.oi. ille I'mul'i ( ni"|ii. 1% ivith caloerad vims Bar ha dm Chromium CtgaMtl (aMgO| i> Mb MM Craet id 11111.1 VVa thank our i ..(ill liuW ervta it ou 'mill for IheU berieilt. thcim kind patilK'r them improved ItCore which has been VVa trust your kind lupporl will continue In the .lo ''hroinio 11ll. hadov All tlo ••mall and 'wntlnc an MaUh Box ( |h.. ( ret f H.i &€£€$> HOUSE OF SERVICE •larva <;tfu *rr cs* U park for/ .1 Ihe* are r ptneMi prrtwel '•mi 1 H ' UfOI 1 aoa4 %  1 v 1 K) a 2< m i \* von r.vT '• -I'M _T* MOIIMOU %  'ill TIH RIMWVT* --. VWWArVW%rVr."",n^^r\rWr" > l ZBIIII1 MAIM' J IIP. Ml % S FOR BEST RESULTS USE i'i III.W (lions IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—D..inbui.. \ %  sWrWyvyv'/AVWVW %  Ktogsieaisd ,<•! KiJini Mood *cM lo vW| her lundmoihi' no lued in t muill hoo WU onsing h.ipri> ' Jie uipped aloag . Rut s bigbad -0H.4Red Riding Hood and rin 10 the fnndmolhcf'* cotlsat. Wl>en Rod Kidmf Hood srrrvsd. h poun>xd on her and ated. "Aha* Now I'm S*Mn| 10 eat >ou up'" and othaA bomdttful AILJIHA ion tadkA b H 1 fKJOLA We have recently opened an entirely new slock "Wail'" cried Red K ihi pulled out a d'th of Royal Pudding from her baikcl. Ihe wolf lued 11 to mucri. he f*l Puddmi' o economical -and 1 nuimioui Treat your famdy 10 Kjii! PasaBBg ti-jj. iese famous Shoes in an assortment ol Ine most beauhful styles. BLACK, NAVY. BROWN, GREEN SUEDE. WHITE BUCK with Cuban and spike hwais a wide range of styles. NB-Our prices are cheaper than others CAVE SIIIPIIIICII A <<>.. LTD. IO. II. 12 A i:i Hi.....I MrrM



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PACI ion: BARBADOS ADVOCAfF. THCRMIW MIVrMHrR 8. ISII BARBADOS Am'OfrfTE .,—i #• --=-?—1„—-i A Second Hearing Fur O. l-*M4 %  •••"-• il.W.I.? TliurMbv. November X, 1951 I \l> OF A SISMON His Bxcellcney %  prorogued the Legislature Tuesday ;tt the end of a three %  • which will K<< down in the lu-i<>t y > %  ( this island as OOf of the most Inter* Fee Iwo theft had been the trying out of the Bus! R1 but during the tt just ended there was the practice of party politic! with all that it brings Looking back at the lx proi period, II cannot be said Our of this island have been Well HH.II in all aspects of life. I further awakening of the | % %  • and the attainment of adult suffrage has come as the ero nil M i Tiir j.: i itfon daring the m ofjmri be nld to have been outUng .met in some Ineteneee left much red bm initial effort! have been i. which will bring reeulta at a later ki for health centres, the institution of a Labour Welfare Fund for financing housing of sugar workers are two measure! of social importance long overdue, and the appointment of a Co-ODeralive Officer is a step intended to improve the economic condition of p controlling small plots of land. There is. however, the oontroveratal ure oJ nationalisation which hangs like toine dark shadow over the field of public enterprise. It is In this instance that the opponents of the doctrine contend that what is good Jnr England is not always good for Barbados. Tinpolicy of taxation, based as ii is on the threat to soak the rich, is another bone Contention and If believed In BOOM quarieis to be designed to put the sh ac kles on free enterprise. Coupled with this is the Government's refusal even to consider the introduction of the Pay-As-You-Earn system In order to spread taxation over a wider area and so reduce the burden on those now contributing by way of direct The absence of a Deep Water Harbour and the delays in encouraging industrial enterprise, duty free importation of building material and lax free operation for five years and that in enacting a Hotel Aids Bill are set out against the present Government as sins of omission. But supporters of the Government contend that present-day conditions would have been the lot of any Government which had been conducting public affairs during the last three years. It is on these questions that the electorate, now increased from 30.000 to 95.000 will be called to decide next month when the G e n er a l Elections take place who will lake charge ot our affairs. One question which has come into the limelight within t weeks and which now Ihreatei: take precedence to many others, is that of atfuceroi The general claim is that the standard of elementary education, the only form which thousands of children U II ever get. has deteriorated and that wlilst opportunity may have come to the pareots to ears greater sums by way <>t s money so earned Is of little value ii there is no means of educating the Cfatldn n i Whom Ihev are endeavouring the foundation of a better future. the means rather than the ends which will distinguish the political parlies who now court the suffrages of the people and ask to be put into power. The si Started With three parties in the House of Assembly, but secessions and other cireumstances have led to the dwindling almost to uV*ih at one party. The end of the session uwk* the end of a period and one which might well prove to be of great significance In the progress of this island. I.ONDON. %  %  crnment m.iy be abb to provnl .mswers t. assfl that have plagued her in the pottwar years. There is •wry reason for tht West In.be to hope. too. that new light will INshed upon their problems. _^.':i:_ *T ."'-'."." '~ ~ZZ1 CotODM ..-< closely affecting i. c ^ ny M ^J^SL T.Ef lUZ? anomalies and by working out 'It' JS-.W S^fiSU S3!' b*W arrangement^ the convo.|u* "* !" y VLJ:! 1 !" A^i 0l ^*J? Wt indie, strongly opposed to the con Indict, ia to maintain %  1 Us presetr. also to develop lBdu*tri<-F that H, HIII iiiui. ,A|11 %  b * rb ,h increasing popu "* m "'"' latino. Th. snipsiag p.iu< • road-buil' by d-buil'ima: niv.'its should bf extemic-1 suflV :. to allow these C ..ii. i •i.'i. j. (Ii.iiii.i I'-ii-i': %  To. btVtk^urlng a7gur """" JTHSUTL WC ," """ T. anomalM. hav. beai ... II I. I.I n uld ""•, """ '!"""• '" ""' l~"" with Brill* invent.. %  uon, not I*able t„ sril the „.„. lrUd to M^,,, indurtiial : ,K %  ,.", ,n %  "'-l"l'mriit programme „. 1-, would bo tuccd with a dluatii. ,,-v Soma luiwiial ir.r. i On '• %  %  aitalgfa policy |iolt*or.'n o very hon time. torle.. In an .-(Tort tn .iltract fr.sh On. mini. ,/"'-, '"""' ',Ll''\Z^LT^. c plul "•"' oamJ %  >" c "" '"• however. i certain. It |, that the ","„ b !" r "" ^"j!?-,,"?! ""• < %  conceaalon. freeing th .Corner-, -the leading t.onaerv.tive h v „ lo ,, „„„, air „i,|, wllon ,, nutted to ab.trmig Empire poUry "^"T^" W< Indian analri. paying normal t.x rates on thi I und that it will d<. everything '" a ocb t ,n the Mouse or toinpronu This advantage, howevei liosalbl. • afar. „„i '"' J*f" m0 ln, K 0 Po ,V""' %  Mn "b""" completely wiped %  no West Indie, and "_ "„ J w ul _. .i'^ILl _' ,,u! n y the llritUh Governnvent. tither r-.: out what would happen If thi nrm foundation of the sugar ecowhich" hu claimed lull tax pay .mjr ot Ihe Itntish We. I Indie. m n „ „ |he hMVV nmnll u .,. DnUai riinvertibliily is clcxsel i removed, he added: The Wevl lining n...y nOS. get a "second hemr MI.IHN of Ihoir I'llwhich Uw. hi.ve an< Mr. I. nial Secretary, and hw predeco^ijjr. Mr. Cieeeh-Jone*. %  •'.e|..|i dM in i i. of tinlapse of the economy." i of :"" __ er. WMimt mule, Mi CbUrchin f> bul-buyln. Ihe C-iinserv.iow n requirement and his appointment is .m Inoseat,ir iiollcy is equally clear. Whil.*"" a Bu a saiu I ii admlttod thai it may not lie %  '" %  '" %  ';, :, in raen,,""'"' >:'' i rather, afr Alfred till foodgtufl. to imvate hands ^*! n '" 7. Ion, wai .1 ulstlngulshed Immediately, u i. Inteodad thi.t "aeration m th Colonial Saerotan In tbo I bulk-buylaa ,-illcy of the old bea" l. on_ lh. w Gov.rnment In lW 1-abour f„,ve,,„„e.,t *ould i \"^' JL l ^_2f., m cc f. Yt" One ot M. l.yttlelon's llrst go. discontinued ea toon a. possible. Maam IjtimKgJIeaa inv led b: lions on assuming onlce was .o A atrong Imperial Preference r C, !" ". hs !" ni "J '"' 1-0, "J" and .. in%  to ..i ,.1 : i„> ,, ; that Conaai ...•., %  .. %  % %  • •' >"" %  • J> a* •• lorrit a. In which hi oraiaa n,.task of the new Oovu !" the new G,, lcmm ent. it.,, cntei upon this great olTlce witn enimeni is not necessarily that of \ t ^ p ^7r\ qa>_ sjo nasarvauiioa txnation of the vital unpo, ,„.,'III the l-ilny "f itpre. ""P 'P' 1 'eclerat.,,, will brim work deiTSUmr. but of Lranalattng. -he Ifb'JCii^d^ecoi^mi, a.lvaiitaee .„ ... i iJiill.li inillfl Ill/Hl|l ia (.tlrsH WU bitity that Uw Conaervatlv, iBJnMradv npsnUtun ud m ,,.,.,,,. „, wlU |.„.,,. .,, .,.,.,, In security measures. u donar .^.(nrtionrfal oiue U miUgale the hunger and misery tcnain hal ,(,,-,-* mdle* wfl which would result fror.i the rol^^ ^ >b |, 1# r |Xnd more 0 inlngv on thai Phla, of course way toward: Ir.Ional trau< now in dangei British Caribi dollar I know how numerous, varied 0*. negative maintenance of Imto the West Indies t>u*inM to sirt-elallMin Weat In>iian affai: Ml tt-.nphx are the question, to psrlal Preference into a poalUve .J^^^S^S* 1 .*,£*** & iv^rad ui those territories. i-Hicy and its active development *EZ*3g£* ^S^SLSLZ I aJto know with what csnergv, b every Held of economic life. [ul i t ^ Conarrvativ ....d high sense of purpose InduMri.tl devrlop.nenl of th, *> of the House t, Commiv II concerned wilh them \ire W-t IndlfW or divei-sincalion of ,hari " >e Labour side. Three .truggling I,, ilml the answers. I the Ciribbean economy is a point " t l l ? nd,n X n I Co !" !! 1 r \? llv g-ad, and ttonoureda lo have on which there i* agreement in • %  •* — Mr. Atai. l^nnox-By.i. th .4>portunlty to play my part, principle between both Conacrva^ 1 .^I nard ^ !" ln ^^J i€l :;^ r 'ogether with the peoples of the Inv and Labour parties. B territories for which I now have underlying reasons for thi responsibility, and with the Colovery different. nial Service. In the common effoit When Mr. Griffiths was ColoAll have travelled in th.WY upon which you aic all engaged,' nial Secretary, he advised the Wt Indie*, to acquire an Intlmati Mr. Lytlleton has not been in Indies not to "put all their eggs first-hand knowledge of the probtOea kmg enmigh yet to have in one basket" by concentrating hnis on the spot indeed. Mi. given any limier Indication of the to such a great extent on sugar Braine and Mr. Lennox-Boy.I l-ohcy he llllSlllll to pursue. But production, but to rxpaiifl their >>oth toured the Culbbean this irom statements made by Conoutput of other commodities, parsummer and had to cut short the'i %  ervatlve vi-w-smm in the past, tuulnrly foodstufTs and raw matours to return to England to UghIt Is possible to piece together a tenals needed for their own conthe ulecUun campaign. picture of the form tons.-ivi.tive sumption. That these li.R's will be rs colenlal poUc* will Uke. "I behove it is unhealthy thnt vociferous on West Indies matters On sugar, for example, there Is Ihe whole of these communities, in the new Parliament a* the* great feeling withm the ('..userwith their growing population, wore In the last one cannot bo %  ttvsj r.mks that Britain should sl.ould have lo depend for their doubted. Their efforts and those (Tor a guaranteed price for the livelihood upon one commoditv. of the Government as a whole %  hole exportable quantity availOff upon one or two commodities." may make an enormous contrtbunble from the British Weat Indies, he stated In the House of Comtlon to the welfara and pro-To try to force the price down by nions. perlty of the West Indies. rnporting sugar from foreign naConservative advice to the West —B.U.P. CARIBBEAN FISHERIES CHRISTIANSTED. St Crete FISHERIES experts of the Natior*.. sad .err.tori.il governments associated in the! work of the Caribbean Commission will meet in Trinidad next March to discuss ways and means of promoting Caribbean Fisheries. Final decision to this effect was taken by the Caribbean Commission, when it approved the arrangements proposed by a Preparatory Committee for the holding of such a conj ference. The agenda for the meeting includes the recurrence and distribution of commercial ish species in the Caribbean, including lobsters, shrimps, oysters, sea urchins, etc.; echniques practised in the Caribbean for fish apture; types of fishing craft in use in the Caribbean; marketing, including storage and listribution; methods used for conserving -nd processing fish in the Caribbean; cultiation of fish in ponds; and application of ecent technical knowledge to exploitation nd development of new fisheries Special papers will be presented for disThese include two by Mr. D. W. Viles. Fisheries Officer, Barbados, on "Fly-! ig Fish Research" and "Government Ass.since in the Development of the Fishing Inustry of Barbados". Mr K J Reijntjes. latteries expert, Surinam, will submit a reatise on "Cultivation of Fish in Ponds," %  hile Dr. Morice and Ct. Blanche, of the[ 'rench Departments, are furnishing a study n "Distribution of Fish Species in the rench West Indies Besides the official delegates, obi. I .'ill be invited from the various interested istitutions and organisations in the area, in'lulling Development and Welfare Organisa'••on, the University College of the West Jamaica; the University of Puerto the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-) ulture, the Marine Laboratory of the Uni* %  e rsity of Miami, the Lerner Marine Labora>ry. Bermuda; and the United States Fish! :>nd Wildlife Service. The independent reublics of the area — Cuba. Haiti, Venezuela, l nd the Dominican Republic — will also be sked to send observers. -VOW HI SIWK RLA.\TATiO.\ A RACISMSV I IIIOI It SIIKKTS Call and Select Early from \ll\OI Ml SI 11 DIM:ilV. SILENT KNIGHT KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS •2 O.YLY I I I I rXSOI.il Secure one for Christmas DA COSTA 8c Co., Ltd.-Agents — ELSC, DKI'T. Trinidad Csscoa Depends On I I.i \ Oil I' LONIX>N. Although Trinidad product! only one per Mt.t of Ihe world's ia supplier. II is niiturally very jealous .if ,md wishes lo retain sible for the distinct! what is known as the "Trinidad flavour. flavour." according to Mr. E. W. "|t w ould not be surprising to Israeli. Director of AKI Trinidiiri. iienl.il area and scicntiflr headluarters." Statistics presented by another Trinidad speaker, Mr. U A. Byles. in a paper on world trend* in supply md consumption of cocoa, traced Iture. nnd." l7e~dclai^."thaTtiw loss of the decline in cocoa produc.ion in flavour in Trinidad cocoas, rightly 'he Caribbean over Ihe last iwen" production of _.dy through having lhat deplored by the manufacturers, 'y years. From Trinidad flavour." he declared, was connected with Mib-optlmal 63.000 tons In thi "that the cocoa Industry has been supplies of minor elements obtaincocoa output in the Caribbean degbli to Mnvive in Triiini.id at able by the trees from the delecllned to 46,000 tons in 1950—51. various stages during the lost riorating Trinidad soils, there havThis decline was even more m..rkthlrty years and thai Trinidad ing been no radical changes in ed In comparison with the steady ha* been able to command a Ihe genetic make-up of the trees rise In overall world production. premium." over the last few decades. In the current season, the Caribbean crop was only six per cen'. "There Is a danger in the prcsn. high prices and excess of deLack of good flavour in ferDf y^ lo[a j icnted tea has been shown to be a a i nB t twelv orld supply, per cent maud ow production, in that wc due to paucity of copper in the JQJQ 31 •re apt to lose sight of th, imleaves. It will also be possible to Mr B ;,„. ^ ^^ ^ d portance in the years to come of (nvestlgate in a lew £Or£J*M chno ln ^^ pr^uCn,, in Trini preserving ..nalily 1 Tiiiu.i;id WEATHER STATIONS CHRISTIANSTED. St. Croix. THE United States Weather Bureau hasj recently inaugurated a meteorological i iroadcast from Miami. Florida, with trans-1 -nissions exclusively in radio teletype. Dr. itafael Pico. U.S. member of the Commission, told the Caribbean Commission at its current session. Dr. Pico, who is Chairman of Puerto Rico's (Manning and Urbanisation Board, released ihis information during Commission consideration of the report of the first meeting of the Eastern Caribbean Hurricane Sub-Commission of Regional Association IV of the| World Meteorological Organisation. This sure that, the effects on flavour of different ria "d" from rf.ooo trim to itt£-Sl! ^eetinR. held at the Caribbean Commission's oiKcrncd. intensities of Insolation, as InfluTrinldad's share of world produ EonUntM wilh tins work and iincocoa tree, and of irrigation, tlon fell over the same pern K! fro,," I waa a follow-up to vCevious Commissionl>rove the t|u.ility of our cocoa." — -'%  %  -— -J '-""—..—-•—.Mr. Leach wn taking part In discussion at the IB3I COOOf ConC.R5. to submit mulching and fertiliser treatmenif. "It is the tlrm intention of the 5.1 per than half %  per ceni. More I ..ponsored informal conferences of area '••'•' : '""' %  <" '• %  ")"" %  >• Qurtttj toBH BI „,i prontotot pro.;„. ,,„„:,'.,.,,; Ptopsjbfk the Cocoa, chocolate and toniecgenies arising from its cocoa Figures lor coeoa export lioncry Alliance. Ltd. The Aliibreeding programme. By the time u JST|JJIULIL aiice has )usl pubUsood %  full rethese pnagenles come into bear^.oj IS[iS, he prweedings. togetliei log. our knowledge of the inheri, .„„, ~ %  ^•'zx !" ^^E*£%\' mMm e r per,s """s. h ^ !" ." de r !" port of i ith the bifbly technical papers lance of flavour character!.*I presented to the conference by may have advanced sufficiently leading agricultural scientists far to enable predictions to be Among ihose who presented made In ary later breeding pro%  %  I'rof.-soi C. V Sbepgrammes. It is al-o possi'.le thai hard, C3JL Vne-l'iuu ipal of the the proposed cocoa colleetun: exImpcrlal College of Tropical Agripediiion to Colombia and VeneCtllturo, Trinidad: Mr. K. W. tie zuela may find new brtedim? maW,tl 'J 1 :; L ^.oT ",%!?* ,Pr,aI to ntrod CP <"*,rablo '; Among those amending the consor P. Rangy CruL, Ol I.C.T.A.. vour qualities Into our prSMlM f cr ,. nco werf j how correspondutg decline. Trimfell from 24,000 ton* in 1V30 lo 7,000 ions in 1050. Mi byles pointed out that the percentage decline in Trinidad's cxpor s 111 1 been from five to on. ptr eriments conducted to dicover eastern end of Centeno Estate, remlltOO. I/.ndon. exactly what faeton 1X0 rSSponcently taken over by the Trini— B.t'.P. %  ecommendations which called for action by h,Caribbean Commission. The Miami broadcast is the result of one f these recommendations, as is the estabtshment by the French Government at %  uadcloup,? of a rawinsonde station. This station will play a very important part in he prediction of hurricane formations, and iprmit earlier warnings to be given. It will ilso make it possible to forecast the path of iiirricanes with greater accuracy, and give .'ivice of changes of direction, which prevI-1 Hair* have not been very satisfactory. The Caribbean Commission recorded its ippreciation of the prompt action of the 'Jnlted States and French Governments, and mted with satisfaction that Dr. Andrew Thompson, F*resident of Regional Associaion IV of the W.M C. had expressed ipprova] of the work of the Trinidad meetng. which, he said, had greatly advanced the cause of meteorology in the area. FAMOUS NAMES IN SHIRTS Including the ^Stylish English-Made CONSULATE' (Detached Collars) too, of course, for query mood, etvry ttccosion. GODDARDS EARLY!! THIS WEEK is Holiday Week. Thursday and Friday being lfolicl.iv*. we beg yon lo Phone EASLY for your favourite Our llVaciVrs Sav: Slupiil VWAosh I -cute— SIK—Now that the election campaign has got IlitCrosUns U WOll • % %  .lislresaing that the candid.. e of bolh poiiiiui | not •een St to address them" which B Tin* -.1 %  used to %  .iy is the AI ui from the itupldlty 'if ti. it does seem to be harmful to the candidates themselves, in that %  whnt th'-v ..re capable of doing or %  init of the pa %  'it people ..,.,•.'. %  • to dod-;> face up to them. There ;* ,.t prSSSnt Krave pub. faction over the educational system and the results over laa but I.-* voara, Buielj %  > CandldatO, who seeks cle.-tion should be able to address the %  %  < \ %  '< .. %  %  .he proposed remedies. Then there i„ the lack of proper social services and the I In establishing n %  nd j.ntinatal treatment for mothers is %  ayOM srha i %  . %  .shere it I, aUaflad Ui it there are iwo or three | %  '-eds some suKuestion for them. Tin .hether there will \~i %  n %  HI down or Hrhl ^!reet will • -'led and n maternity regret table that in | community where there ure said to be 1M2.000 people the only public hospital should have only 339 beds instead of 600. It > %  avsn more regrettable and especially when ,i labour Govern* ment has been conducting the affairs of Government for five yean that the one maternity Hospital costing in the vlcinltv of fVOOO (S24.0O0) should cater to the less responsible BOCtlon "f UM eOB%  ii It) without offering any sort 1 ernes lo the middle class. It is not to be understood that these people, should not be looked after M quits understandable why middle class people -honld be lenied a service which is granted lo other*. Than is also 'he ouestlon of tenantry roads. The Governmcn' Una example I" "he Pi'.e nnd the l'iv F.-';'iTenp"'ri"< tats to make private do the same for peopl-who ren from them This is a matter which could well be discussed on the public platform