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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

Electors
Don’t Fi a
Party System

Mr. J. H. Wilkinson President
of the Electors Association, told
the ac torate last night at Horse
Hill, Joseph, that the Electors’
Sota were not in favour of

“MBER. 14, 1951

Taft
At |
‘Foreign Policy

(By RAYMOND LAHR)

WASHINGTON, Nov. 13
Senator Robert Taft charged on
Wednesday that the administra-

WEDNESDAY,



NO\



‘Ou HGYPTIANS STAGE
PROTEST MARCH
IN ALEXANDRIA













) ELECTORATE |



the Pz rate tion was bungling the built yp
omit + he Sor They had to ac- “Russian menace”, and warned
re i aan it was forced upon that ia Shi eeatust*” te tal
em. hat we want in Barba- . . . - ove .
dos,” he said, “are men of ability } doubt’, unless the United States B WALTER CULLINS
irrespective of colour or_ creed. foreign policy is conducted “more 7 ak aes eee
We want those persons best able competently.” The Ohio senator ALEXANDRIA, Nov. 13 $ {
to represent the people.” he only avowed candidate for the 9 3

) a AN : : nek staged a muffled
Mr. Wilkinson was speaking at Republican presidential nomina- MORE THAN a half million Egyptians aged a muffle



3 T lav, as Egypt’s Premie

the meeting of the Electors Asso- tion, put forward his own for- protest against Britain on Tuesday, ¢ k

ciation supporting the candidature gn policy views in a 121-page predicted victory in the strugg le to oust Britain from the or ran

of Mr. W. K, Coward for election wok to be published fo-morrow Suez Canal Zone and the Sudan 7 ae ae

to the House of Assembly at the iy “Doubleday & Co. More than 250,000 persons marched through: the streets | WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. —

forthcoming general election, as y The siender volume entitled, “A t Al i Egypt's chief port, its second city and The International Monetar

a Tepresentative of the parish of Foreign Policy For Americans”,} © exanadria, Mey} eral he 1919 | Fund on Tuesday put up $8,750,

wi. FORE pus Taft on record on the sub- summer capital, to mark the 32nd anniversary of the 1 Ito tide Iran over its financial crisis
Mr. Wilkinson told his listeners ject that looms as the key issue Revolution against British rule An estimated 300,000 | brought on by the British-Iranian

how he and Mr, Coward had be- both in the pre-convention fight} others surged into the streets to watch the parade whose |" il quarrel : : hat it

c Cae and he added: for the Republican nomination only sounds were the muted rustle of wome n’s robes, the : A Fund. spolvenan _e 2
. are a man of ability ond in the 1952 presidential cam- beat of the marchers’ feet, and a 21-gun salute fired by as ij " io Cua ae

and a man of experience, he is a paign to follow. ich as Iran will be able to ge

Barbadian who lives among you an army battery on the waterfront back on its feet in two or three

knows

and your wants. I say | One Great Vanger In Cairo. where a similar march was scheduled on | years :
Without any fear of contradiction | He said, “one great aanger we Wednesday, Premier Mustapho El Nahas Pasha told 5,000 He added that the Fund is “net
mat got cannot do better than | {vce is that we may oyer-commit} «we will spare no sacrifice until the Nile Valley is free Pe gre SS «ge Ae
give Mr. Coward your vote on the | Ourselves in this battle agains. on seine Tt wort matter whether we be dead.or «| center, eee
13th December election day. lwussia. To avoid this danger, he trom imperialism won't matter i ‘
I tant D lealled for * $75,000,000,000. ceil-| alive on the day of independence
mportan ay \in ’ at states
ry « ee ie 3 € on annual United States ¢ .
That day is going to be a spending, wiih taxes high to bal Victory Day : ; oe ‘
most important one in the his- urtee the budget and put the de ¥ - survey that Tran will be able to
tory of Barbados. It will be the ‘ met abd = He described this as a “day of victory—the beginning market its oil.

icnce programme on a “ we

#0 basis.”

pay as —U.P.



first occasion on which every man
or woman who is of age will
have the opportunity to vote for
the candidate he or she would
like to be a member of the House

in approach to the goal of
was held in a large tent close
Saad Zaghloul Pasha, the

of the end of imperialism
treedom”. The Cairo rally
to the mausoleum of the late
leader of the 1919 Revolution



MR. J. H. WILKINSON, President af the Electors’ henhebhiion, a ing the ’
the political meeting of the Association ba night at Horse Hill, Pe Roa ene ee eee

The meeting which was interrupted by rain, was held in support of Mr. W. R. Coward, the Asso-

500 Atom Bombers

ciation’s candidate for election to the House of Assembly as a representative of the parish of St. Joseph.







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iran’s ability to make up the money
he is taking out of the fund no‘y
The spokesman said that” the

{unc coneluded after a careful

f se. y The > stre re . ste > y . 2 S

of Assembly. The demonstration was completely silent until the In Russian Airforce
I counsel you to endeavour meen marchers massed in Raseltin Square, Shouts of “Long

. 1 aoe — SPSS 2 e e though such action may be neces- Live Farouk, King of Egypt and Sudan Down With LONDON, Nov. 13.

ena a ee ted time in ustra lan sary. At the same time, Tafi Britain, Down With Imperialism” echoed briefly through puaala’s = ee is now oe,
bur: : [istration’s Far Eastern _ policies, ern “d Ree) .

A large crowd attended this oa i Seta were reportec United States according to an
meeting which waa. brought: ta ortsmen ae = art : the eye d ee 8 . . uthoritative military publication.
an abrupt end by a heavy down- | with he aa SEMATO Waar ome & udanese Join In Srassey's Annual, a yearly sum-
pour of rain when Mr. Coward econ ern ie much vigour as it does 3 4 nary of World military develop-
was speaking deg ix ‘ ' Ahmed Al Marghy Bey, Governor of Alexandria jments assembled by “Britain’s

" . Me senator, who was smarted , . . “ . ’ y *xperts als i

/ ther report wi ‘ : sé na statement after the demonstration “I thank the | leading experts, said also that
5 A further report will appear in the past under “isolationist said e * stat : ent ete wah, 3 , - atie . k tne 12,000 combat aireraft yearly are
in a later issue, charges, said that there wa population for showing the world this demonstration



Reds Step Up
Night Raids

8TH ARMY H/QRS., Korea
Nov. 13.

Warmer weather brought the
eastern front to life on Tuesday
as North Korean Communists
hurled a series of co-ordinated
night attacks against United Na-
tions position on a three mile
front.

Allied units steod firm against
what the Eighth Army night com-

From FRANK MARGAN

BRISBANE, Nov. 14

One of the most interesting and
exciting ‘Tests ever played in
Australia concluded at Brisbane
cricket ground today with Austra-
lia’s three wickets aefeat over the
West Indies,

In a_ sensational match the
West Indies went down with col-
ours flying as vigorously as the
sleeve of Sonny
bowling arm.
ling of the early tour games be-
came the graceful swan though
with all the dangerous qualities
of an eagle. The team has been

Back W.lI. ;

Ramadhin's
The ugly =

(From W.

TO UNSEAT CONSERVATIVES |

sANDRY)

LONDON, Noy, 12

SOCIALISTS launched the second assault in as many

days in an attempt to bring down the new Conservative
Government.

Former Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison

led a Socialist attack
amendments criticising Churchill’s general policy
plans to shut down Parliament for a long recess from provide for
December 7 to January 29.

RUSSIA SUFFERS |
TWO DEFEATS



in the

Conservatives defeated the first
labour attempt to unseat them

on Monday night by a resets
\fing majority of 39. “Berk.

|followers of leftwing labour

much more

veneral character

).0 be adopted

upposed.”

| Major Proposals
Taft's

cluded:
1, Amendments should be

on the
strategy
generally

agreement
of the
than i

major proposals in

Taft also urged the primary re-
liance on sea and air power for the
nation’s defences. He said that
vie nation should follow a general
policy of avoiding the sending ol
United States troops overseas, al-



. . pre

Ss
House of Commons with} ipared to the United Nations char-
and his } ter to eliminate the veto and 1
“justice under th

law” with the member
! hound to respect the decisions
lthe international tribunal.

(au se of the veto, he

states
ol

Be

United Nations is now useful only
P a “diplomatic weapon.”

said, "|

came immediately
colourful contrast.

shoulder
countrymen.—U,P,

had only patriotic aims

Sudanese participants who numbered nearly 3,000
behind the Feminists in a sharp but
A Sudanese wearing a white gown
white turban and ‘wrapped in the Egyptian flag from the
down to the ankle came ahead of his fellow



WAR PRISONERS
IS SNAG IN 'FALKS

olling from the Russian produc-

tion lines. It
au
19,000

new

that the Rus-
strength was now
military _ aircraft,

jet fighter

said
ian combat
ibout
neluding a lane
lesigned by H. M. Alavochkin
It said that the plane has a per-



Sighth Army in Koreas said op

Tuesday the United Nations. troops
















formance equal to the M.LG, 15
it present meeting United Na-
tions fighters almost daily in
Korea U.P,
~ .
8.415 Killed

8TH ARMY H/QRS., Nov. 13.
General James A. Van Fleet
conor * hee United &







































































in Australia only a few weeks Aneurin Bevaf lashed out against 2. The limits on the economic ‘ 7 > . { * WER ine ot
munique described as “an enemy] anq the Eater Rate net wat ] the failure to present spracticalland manpower strength of the PANMUNJOM, Korea, Noy. 13 nflicted 12,285 casualties on Com-
unit of unknown strength” and by! found form : AT U.N MEETING proposals, United States require the selective | THE UNITED NATIONS have virtually rejected the {UPS jm the week ended No-
mid-morning assaults have been he clone’ call Aasatiall: Por M . aid? “Hevan have welcholae of Afaiec : denen . es : ys Are in Morea tin nber 9, Losses included 8,415
contained. close call given ustralia BA j, ‘“orrigon said: “never have we/choice o projects to combat Com- Communist demand for an immediate ceasefire in Korea.} killed 3,458 wounded and 362 cap-
Perfect “football weather” across tase een ee ne Over Russian oa Md ie bs her Oe eur. Sateneon at ee oma, | A United Nations communique said that aceeptance of the tured, Van Fleet said
most of the battle line permitted{#2° 90 provides Keen specula-| +, ¢ ewan | ee 5; peers ethane! ederal spending! — Red proposal at this point, might delay if not forestall the], General Hoyt Vandenber
airforce fighters t ah. ,| tion on the West Indies’ chances “provocation”, and “Ameri- | jshould not go above about f* : . ‘ United States Air Force Chief of
hapnnaneian Gh the Red dent es in the remaining four tests. Al-|$®" @8gression”, the United Na-| oe $75,000,000,000 a year | release of thousands of Allied war prisoners in Communist Staff, said the Communists have
Â¥ ome hatin creas ...;#0ns Gener: sse oer ae a i , vo . : ; . 2 ath ae lhe yay mr s 2
troops communications after 36 Teady Australian sportsmen are} orce Chinese Nationsive neat Mysterious Deaths | > Military policy should em-} hands. A United Nations spokesman said that the United | thrown their entire jet air stréngth
hours of rain and fog. The mer-, Prepared to wager that the West} 5¢ Soviet thrmaty: in, Chin charges : phasize the sea and air power, and Nations will not agree to end the shooting until the dis-fin Manchuria into a_growing pix
cury rose above freezing for the| indies will take the “ashes” back|bendence on the agenda for ine LE MANS, France, Nov. 13 |i", general, avoid committing} position of war prisoners and the enforcement of the truce] ¥@" over northwest Korea
first time in many days, to their tropic homeland. They] {yy debate. Th neem ‘ oe the | The police have opened an in-|Uni.ed States troops to con-| have been assured —U.P.
The South Korean Air Force are| base the opinion on the fact that}39 to g with Th sbeahatie voted | wuiry into the mysterious death|tinental areas abroad. The showdown. « » during the: Liais ficer, Colonel Ed ef. —- +
credited with destroying five Red the tourists’ batsmen will strike Tie ‘Soviet een lof two gendarmes who collapsed 4. Military aid “within the marathon dveshour Sie , at { a Re arrths ; Ore aa :
gui’ positions south of Kumsong| form in the next couple of weeks] yalik, bitterly denounce Jacob and died on a military train they|c@pacity of the United States}the joint Sub-comr ittee aaah hie Gh a ate g i 4" ohh, , ae { Th “ADVOCATE”
on the central front and effecting; 2d batting failures will become} proposed item asc a the | O ore guarding on Monday. Maur-|‘“Should be given to those coun-\to trace a ceasefit is ie * ie iat he cane’ ot ror ' 7 e “A OCA
six rail cuts south of Wonsan, a thing of the past. slander” and_ insisted ‘at lena ice Grasset, the gendarme posted|tries threatened with Communist(,one across Koren. anit week uemeca Tike 1M, Xe:
—U.P. The same batting failures cost|/that between Russia and Com. |on # train carrying war material attack, but only in a way that will Clearer Than Eve ift belonged to the United pays for NEWS.
the tourists this first test. munist China, which, he said. |for Toulouse, stepped down at Les | 10. lead Russia to believe that an A United Nat ee, | Nation Edwards added that the
: Was the only lege soverhmen?| Mans ste é sollapsed {elattack is planned against her. ‘ mC ations communique | ‘Y? U.S. Is Checki Fine efforts — superhuman|of China, there were “no diesen |was taken, to the. local hospital]. 5. Because building the de-|#@ that the Communists made |Communist delegation at Pun- Dial 3113
. Ss ec ing eget, 5 a spinners eae ments whatsoever.” He said that} where he died. M. Labeyrie, of}fences of Western Europe 4 clearer than ever before that!! noe Bi or made a we D
A sat ae . ee: ay : yi ' F ; a it was the “aggressive” action of|the Le Mans gendarme barracks, }trengthens | American curity, ine y wante da ceasefire to take | nis ® . as a are. ve jay or Night
Arnis llocations ures ‘. e a ae ree ak =~ = the United States in the aggress-|took over the post on the train,|‘‘there must be a teniporary con- pee 8S soon aS a truce line has } My H n on y enc
, : perish tet i i. reais a a el ive war against Korea which has|but a few hours after the train| ribution of some American divis-|?&®" agreed upon, “rather mae hase pPosahcnahochs on
af PARIS, Nov. 13 part from “osing the *est,) caused all the trouble in the Far |arrived at Moissac, he too dropped |ions to stimulate that effort,” when other essential matters are
The United States Secretary of} West Indians suffered other set-| pact dead.—U.P. u.p, ‘settled and an armistice is signed.” | 6@
Defence, Robert A. Lovett, indi- | backs in this game, Champion Russia suffered a second defeat t said, “io-day's stand by the » » »
cated that the United States had batsman Weekes | 8 out for alwhen a debate took place an ‘Ormmunists was virtually a re-} Ww Ss
undertaken the complete re-ex- sat en go ore Oe eee ee whether to put on the United lunciation of their previously!
amination of the critical arms eae a tae Nations agenda the Western Big | tated position that hostilities/
allocation problems, following the i ed an tata of a8 2 Aa Three Plan to set up a United Na. | thould continue during the AEs |
visit of General Eisenhower to a akan ent, seat in order to|402S. Commission, to determine if tice talks. | 29
Washington. Lovett landed atl pee forrk for the Bamainder of conditions in Germany made an| The United Nations to-day SO | we =e innered.
Orly airfield here at noon on Sun- ip RS all German election possible ficially denied a report broad-| «
day after his plane had been kept! ‘phe absence of these great}, The assembly put the item on ast by Peking Radio alleging!
up over the airfield by ground fog | drawcards will result in poorer the agenda by a vote of 47 to 6} hat the United Nations had al-|
for ane hour and 15 minutes and |ottendances at the matches lead- with two abstentions. This was ‘owed one of their aircraft to}
finally made radar landing. HeJing to possible financial trouble the second defeat for Soviet Rus- violate the Panmunjom neutral| “Tthink I know what you
was met on the airport by Brig. for the West Indians. A_ neat e soe Beetle. Russia tried to zone. mean. Never any heat,
Gen. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle,}record crowd of 50,000 saw the;*eeP the charge that she had ae eo oth k
the European representative on]}test. However there are but five violated China’s independence off | never a trace of harshness;
behalf of Eisenhower.—wU.P. Tests and the tourists cannot ex-j|the agenda, but failed 30 to eight i : | always cool, calm and
pect to pay expenses of the tour|With 13 abstentions. —U.P Quake Shocks j collected”,
’ I, from a mere five games.
CHURCHILL = WILL Wi ae ae " ,
- os ithout Ramadhip and Val- es Tea & . ict ‘And none of those
VISIT OTTAWA entine and to a lesser extent! (7.5, Will Ask For Wreck 15 Bridges | sat te Soe
Wi s the tourists ave en . i * ‘ : i
LONDON, Nov. 13. rine to continue to draw sat- ie prasnoes Nov i tobacco on mey lips
Prime Minister Mr. Winston fa " f . ntermittent earthquake shocks 40. sdoil hee
2 |isfactory crowds. On the other eae F re » spoil my make
Churchill has accepted the _invi- a the spinners urgently re- Spanish Bases vere reported for the 23rd day on} ”
n of the Canadian Prime quire a rest to keep the fresh bid ; - tuesday from the area of Hualian |
ster to visit Ottawa after his |i cooure the ashes. WASHINGTON, Novy. 13. ind Hsinkang, 220 miles south of!
shington visit next January. Captain Goddard is known ase ae ee that a United ere. Several persons have been|
s States ilitary Mission will od ) Si Tremors istered !
to be unconcerned at the results}commend that United States tee ie ane sa “ es
THE RESULTS of the minor matches of oe a and air bases be built in Spain if eninos Sees ficial +H ‘id
; ataares. tithe ; , » ashes ; coal iy ‘ } er, officials sz : :
of To-day’s we are here to wen ‘ ? fee the deal be worked out ith ‘hat 15 | _ si ae **Not one of my worries, thank
vavens vs = —that is our main concern” says|General Franco. A seven man bridges had been des
TWO SHILLINGS Goddard. team returned to Washington last royed and about 15 miles of high- goodness ; but I must say I do
SWEEPSTAKE con result of the performances | week following a ten-week survey ay wrecked by recent ‘quakes. like the way they never stick
Draw will appear in a cee gives she a * pf Spain's potential as a link in Pex pind to my lips”.
’ more than even m , e European defence system.
= » e ies
To-morrow’s Advocat [making the West Indies top notch} A Mission headed by United “PLANE FLEW INTO | “Altogether, we seem to
aia jeountry in world cricket. States Air Force Major General | oan ait aoe Sr | have discovered just about
James Spry A making a detailed | TRUCE AREA | the besi-behaved cigarette
report at will serve as a starting PANMUNJOM. Nov. 1! | . i
point in forthcoming diplomatic initten Wallone are’ ean one can get”.
> a : - r ‘negotiations with Franeoe = : a * wii
"9 B! : in investigation of a plane which | 5
TO-MORROW’S HANDICAPS The report is a top secret but in- io ;
. . 2 7 egedly flew into the Panmun 7 *
formed quarters said it will en- aves t .
dorse ; ein rate 2 jom truce area last Saturday
RACE NO. 15 Blue Diamond 197 aes hh rr. aera ~ pee 8 Ligut-Colonel Norman B. Ed- ot to mention the arisiagatie
Savannah Lodge Handicap F & Drury Lane 100 | O:minas adv iat Spanish bases vards, Liaison official and unof- ; ’ the ace 9, a
; vente a tetas quality of the tobacco. [t's sup
Lower (h ve &@ van) Sam Wilmar 16 ; would be inv aluable to western de-}| MR. G. H. ADAMS, President of the Barbados Workers’ Union, is icial “mayor” of Panmunjom | ey ; ;
Hi-Lo 103 Ths Diadem 120 |\fence.—U .P | seen chatting with Hon'ble L. EB, Eliager, Dutch Guiana Labour aid: Communists did not make a | posed to be just about the finest
Clermentiien 19) reo reey a Ag Leader (centre) now in Barbados on a short visit and Mr. F. L fopmal protest, but merely asked | there is — and I believe it’.
staadue 100 Gavele 123 7 ( ne Walcott, Secretary of the Barbados Workers' Union at the Political for equalisation. He said: “they
Diamoa mS. Arabian Prince To | Meeting, Mayers Corner, St. Joseph, last night, The meeting was irg@ not making an incident out “Even then the smoke és screened
Bow mansten mH .. a RACE NO. 18 ‘eit US sys é i in support of the candidatures of Mr. G. H. Adams and Mr. L. EB, Smith of it’ nd Ed d id the Unit bat ‘ fe oy sh
, LS. 80% i ; it” and Edwat aid the Unit hy the du Maurierx filter tip,
soheek = fs Nelson Handicap © & ©2 (Maidens) Visit S Military Bases ours. ¢ either of the candidates had addressed the meeting the fd Nations would take a report on isn't wt? Anyway 4
ss F 7% Furs TAS IGTON. Nov. 12 rain washed it ont ; jlinar actior rus necetic! ; - =.
Mise Prien is Fire Lady ip ue Ibs Pris ee ae a ane Fe See eee silles entlinabihcaiianaoanmta iirc pinot toheiceapaonsial \ oa , 8 u Se , i 208 yi I've abvays thought
‘ ” 5 “e Z .ziz d Sau o- i i hows need fo P.
h ¢ ae v4 ev A & The Thing "0 Seee Mecieter of Saudi Arabia, B t t C ll P. D t 5 of them as a great
South Caribbean andicap / ts , ye ste tha 2 tp i f
B Only 9 Furs. Cement ee arrived here _by air on Tuesday ustaniamte das ompey ofe ais MOROCCAN QUESTION luxury |
Atomic If 138 Ibs French Flutier 96 from New York for a two-day
ae ahs ‘3. ¢ ‘ ‘ i
ae tpt Dashing Princess | 109 visit. vo On Lyttelton Dave Sands PARIS, Nov. 13
Red Cheeks 126 ce te L The Prince arrived in ew! , | The debate on the lusion of| Tie ser's
Notonite 109 4 cept at eheglibnge ; York yesterday aboard the Queen} m Our Own Correspondent) = | LONDON. Nov. 13 |the Moroccan qui on the| There'll neverbe a better cigaretic ‘wa oe A
chastethee 120 : me wismasarah Fan. ‘ Elizabeth to visit the United St ates | LONDON Nov. 13 : ay United Nations Genera ni %
Sweet Rocket 115 Ibs military establishment Bustamar called on Oliver Yolande Pompey of Trinidadjagenda was postponed aces 4
| RACE NO 13 cent ie observe Americal producti wttelton, Secretary of State for; won an upset seven round techni-{quest o Egypt The u \ an :
Brighton Handicap G & Lower 5 nfusion 6 jambiand 7 to-night After-|cal knockout victory over Davelsaid that the h
Furs Topsy 128 . . a ft _ ; ‘ ad — SVQ eee . sing 44-08 5G
Joan's Star 108 Ib Doldrute 120 The i I ery | Band of Australia on Tuesday]|day € t t . rie. r7re ’
Jeon's Star Sanee ees er iz eis J cae hs. ax cad ie, . ae ha We 5 THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE . s CNGLA
| Betsam 423 High and Low (22 he Secretar sir ¥ FP thn 4h ow jan early toh ie ; aa ates sent |
Para ac a | détter.—-U.P . U.P a











PAGE TWO t

Carb Calling

ON, ALBERT GOMES Trini-
dad’; Minister of Labour,
Industry and Commerce and
Trinidad’s delegate to the Oils and
Fats conference arrived yesterday
from Trinidad by B.W.LA. and is
staying at the Sandy Beach Hotel.
He was accompanied by his two
advisers Mr. Vernon Wharton,
Chairman of the Board of Diree-
tors of the Cocoanut Growers
Associstion and Mr. J. H. Dent,
Managing Director of the West
Indian Oil Industries Ltd. Mr,
Wharton and Mr. Dent are stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.

Follow Up

‘ene young ladies from Queen’
jCollege will come to the
assistance of the Harrison College
Vramauc Club when they prese.it

their production ot “Julius
Caesar” at their schooi hall on
Lecember 14th and 15th, They
will take the parts of the two

ladies in the production,

It will be remembered that the
Harrison College Dramatic Club
successfully s.aged their interpre-

tation of “1066 And All That”
several months ago.” “Julius
Caesar”, Directed and Produced

by Mr. D. A. Fowles, B.A., with
castumes by Miss Eleanor Nurse
and Mise V. Weston, is their
follow up.

Caribbean Cruise
D*: A. A. GIBBONS, P.M.O.

St. James was among the
passengers leaving yesterday
«1 ernoon by the Colombie. He is

making the ten-day Caribbean
cruise, Mrs. Gibbons’ parents Mr.
vind Mrs. H, Woolhouse arrived

srom England by the same ship for
nm holiday.

Other passengers making the

cruise from Barbados are Miss
Ruby Haynes, Matron of the
Woodside Nursing Home, Mr.
William Nurse, Mrs. R, "D. Mat-
‘hews, Mr. Reginald @larke, Mr.

Joseph Charles Mr. Charles

Harris

and

Sugar Talks

Mi“ Pp. £. BURNER, Sugar
Agronomist, Development
and Welfare with headquarters in
‘lrinidad;-arrived here on Sunday
by B.W.LA. to attend a confer-
ence af the Cane Breeding Ad-
visory® Committee which opened
a the office of the Department of
Agriculture yesterday morning
under the Chairmanship of Mr.
Cc. C, Skeete, Director of Agri-
culturé,

Mr. -Michael Hanschell, Direc-
tor of Agriculture, Grenada, is at
present in Barbados for this con-
ferencé,

Other delegates attending the
conference are Mr. H. J. Page,
Principal of Trinidad’s Imperial
College of ‘Tropical Agriculture;
Mr. Holman B. Williams, Deputy
Direcior of Agriculture, Trinidad;
and Mr, R. F. Innes, Director of
Sugar Research Department of
Sugar Manufacturers Association
in Jamaica.

They arrived on Monday by
B.W.I.A. and are guests at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Too Dark!

EST excuse given to date for
the West Indies’ failure to

win the First Test in Aus.ralia
was given yesterday by a local
wag. Says he “The West Indies
lost because they are not accus-
tomed to playing cricket a* night.”

To Join Her Husband
RS. HILDA BARROW has lett
Barbados to join her husband
Mr. Cuthbert “Pats” Barrow in St,
Lucia, * She flew over on their
sixteenth wedding anniversary.

BY THE

VERY American actress who
marries a Maharajah, or a
mere Rajah, thinks that she is
going to lead a romantic life in
an enormous palace, with her
own stable-full of richly uphol-
stered elephants to ride.

1 would like to s®@ her face
when ‘she discovers. that her
husband was at Oxford or Cam-
bridge, and can talk of nothing
but cricket. She expects him to
say, “Moon of my delight, today
there is a swimming party in the
Ganges.. Bring your largest ele-
phant, @s there is rather a lot
of champagne to carry.” What he
Si isi “Have I told you about
at century Hobbs made at Trent
Bridge?” »

Deep in the City







HE simple explanation of the

present balance of payments
deficit in words of one syllable, 1s
tht the seasonal redistributional
transferences of sterling balances
have affected current borrowing
to an extent unbudgeted for in
the Treasury Deposit Heceipts.
The loosening of long money
rates, by depreciating short-
term stocks, is forcing buyers to
deduct certain gross items from
the duplicated net level of out-
standing Exchange Bills. It is
when the advance loan commit-
ments begin to fall due that the
bond issues brought up by spon-
soring groups will provide some
indication of the next gilt-edged
plunge. Le!





Pictured above are Mr, & Mrs, NIGEL CARRINGTON

marriage at St. Matthias Church on Thursday, oun rl ure
Carrington was formerly Miss Elsa Waldron, Assistant teacher
of the Arlington High School and daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad
Waldron of St. Matthias Gap. Mr. Carrington is son of Mr. &
Mrs. Archibald Carrington of Dalkeith Road.

Centurion
ANON AUDLEY JCHNSON,
Rector of St, James, re-

turned to Barbados yesterday
the S.S. Colombie after
a few months in the U.K, work-
pagation of the Gospel.

4Canon Johnson was given leave

to England in conneétion with
the 250th Birthday of the S.P.G.
He was a sailor of the “Centurion”
—a replica of the ship in which
S.P.G.’s_ first missionaries sailed
24 centuries ago — during his
bBtay with the S.P.G.

The “Centurion” visited English
seaside resorts carrying a ‘eam of
missionaries from distant lands
proclaiming the response of the
World Church.

Back In Barbados

HO should I see strolling

into Goddard's yesterday but
Mr. Alexander Cheape, owner of
“Carlton”, St. James. Mr, Cheape
left Barbados on March 28th for
Scotland via Canada by T.C.A.
and returned yesterday by the
Colombie from the U.K.

Help

HE Salvation Army are appeal-
ing for funds to assist them
in their programme of Christmas (he ‘winter for

Cheer for the poor and unfortun-
ate.
Donations whether money, cloth-

ing or food will be gratefully ac- ,

cepted,
Third Winter

IS friends at the Savannah

Club will be glad to know

that Mr. Reginald Myer is back in

Barbados. Accompanied by his

wife, he arrived from England by
the Colombie yesterday.

This is the third

spent the winter months in Bar-
bados,

They are guests at the St. Law-
vence Hotel,

Flying Visit
M*: DAN BLACKE TT, Editor
of the Torch left last night
for Trinidad by B.W.1.A., on his
wey to British Guiana. While in
Yrinidad he will see Hon. Roy
Joseph and Hon Raymond Hamel
Smith. He expects to re.urn from
British Guiana on Wednesday
November 14,
During his stay there he will be
the guest of Mr. Robert Adams,
Barrister at law.

WAY...

Safe at her moorings
FFHHE Saucy Mrs. Flobster is
deserted once more, The
last echoes of the Braxted-road
Band’s idea of Raff's “Cavatina”
linger among the frayed shrouds
and splintered yards end
mouldering smoke-stacks. Mrs.
Withersedge, leaning over a bit of
disgarded park railing, gazes at
the reflection of an old coacn-
lantern in four inches of slimy
water. A loiterer on the embank-
ment passes an ill-natured re-
mark about the Spanish Main.
A saucy boy shouts: “Sharks on
the port beam, Ma!” a3 five
bedraggled gulls alight and quar-





is a little out of breath

Rupert
after his strange landing, so he sits
quietly while Rollo puts on his other

clothes. ‘* Thank goodness, it’s so
hot on this island,’’ he says. ‘ The
rest of me is almost dry already,”
Then, untying the knot, they haul

bados she

» consecutive
year that Mr. and Mrs. Myer have



Rupert and the Lion Rock—28

Danish Training Ship
HE Danish State owned Dan-
mark is due to arrive here

by on November 20th on a ceven day
spending visit,

with 116 cadets on board

These cadets ar >i raine 3
ing with the Society for the Pro- officers sap ey eer, Ages sna Bl
Navy

bad:s once
of absence from his Church to go is

in the
Danaark

Danish Merchant
has visited Bar-
before the war. She

full rigged with three masts



and she also has motor power. She
is registered at

778 tons gross.
Captain of the vessel is Capt.

K. L. Hansen. She is en route from

Madeira and when she leaves Bar-
will visit St. Thomas
New Orleans and Columbia befor¢
returning home.
Majority of the cadets are be
tween the ages of 18 and 19.
Barbados Holiday
M* WILLIAM MAHON anc
Miss Hazel Mahon, son anc
daughter of Mrs. Cecil
Meakon of Christ
Church, arrived here from Eng-
land yesterday by the Colombie
Resident in England, they are
here on holiday.

Retired Businessman

M t. AND MRS. J. J. CRAIN

from Wallingford,
flew in over the
the U.S. via Puerto Rico to spend
the winter months in
They have been coming here for
he past nineteen
years. Mr. Crain is a
businessman. They are guests at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Met In Canada

Mr, and
Maxwells,



R. ALBERT LANGLOIS, Com-

missioner of Police, Montreal
was an_ intransit
Grenada on the
Challenger which arrived in Car-
lisle Bay yesterday morning, He
was accompanied by his wife,



Conn.,
week-end from

Barbados.

retired

passenger lo
C.N.S. Canadian

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

f Pr.
|
|

Will HE have to end his Holly- G ABLE sas ealih iain adie

'wood career? Will SHE be able

to preventa “quickie” divorce?











Those are the questions they
are asking in the tangled
case of— -

Propert’s White Renovato
or Propert’s Shuwhite. No

|
|

a oe USA., where 43 What is it all about? It ail field labourer who, at 50, is still} suret way of making sure
states have 48 different ways of develops because Mrs. Gable — among the top ten, with a con-| that white shoes are white!
the iormer wifé of Lord Ashley, tract for £2,600 a week?



getting married and givorced, nas
seldom seen a tan s fantastic

Couglas Fairbanks and Lord It could mean just that.
“6 the one that meshes the Sianiey of Alderley y f aot ee " . Pi |
: 32 Alma g > cea eee 2 riley — thinks she If the worst came, Gable would |
only mene Oey oon money should have her divorce in Cali- hardly be facing ruin. He is one| Pp R oO P E R T’s
it. “ Re ecertee fornia. of the richest men in Hollywood.
Five days before Christmas Gable*, on the other hand, For years he has shown as gre.it |} SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR

thinks he should get it in Nevada, an
were whe courts are much less
diflieuit in the matter of alimony.

In pursuit of this aim, and to

interest in his fleet of cars,
his log shack in Oregon, guns and
dogs and ranches as in a new pic-

1949, when the 49-year-old, fast-
greying but still handsome “King
of the Movies” eloped with the

In Cartons with Sponge









former Lady Ashley, it was going ,,.... : i ture. : i ——
to be “This time for keeps.” They [.°** himself really a Nevadan, Gable is the outdoor type in Opening Fri 2.30; 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
both said so. But now they both G2>!¢ has gone to more trouble his private life even more than R'TOWN Another, CARIBBEAN PREMIERE !
want to call it quits. And they are Poe ORS ‘ : on the screen. His wife, it is said, PLAZA DIAL 2310 GOODBYE, MY¥ nang nid
learning in the hard way how The usual thing is to pass a is happier in the social round. Joan Crawford— Robert Young

tricky that can be in a country ?/¢48ant six weeks at the gaming And this, according to friends, is TODAY & TOMORROW










































Be ; : * tables, then pick up your decree. whi roug aj arriage to 445 & 8.30 P.M. — oat ae a ng
where some States ignore what is Dut Cable has taken Up residence Wrote es nee Marniage ‘0 “RIDERS IN THE DUST”
dtvanta will, of course, get their iio thee yen At af -va Hollywood D nde pape OR Starring WHIP WILSON — ANDY CLYDE and
ivorce in the end. bt shen and. *2! a é oll +Dillon, dramatic 20) : rea ” ”
where is another —_ be ont where he and his fourth wife} Langham, Texas widow Carole LAW OF THE PANHANDLE
is an even greater complexity avon: for a few months, andj Lombard. Starring JOHNNY Mac BROWN
1 'Wgaaiae’ ee foe dee “honen Bought a 3,000-acre place in —L:E.8. — Te pin. — 5 Wears eee
There is a very good chance yivada instead. , aaa! “Ate eae . “BAD MAN OF RED BUTTE”

that even when he gets his free- “"j7, has bought a Nevada Kirby GRANT Johnny Mack BROWN

immediate arrest and jail. FUN & FANCY FREE

Color by
Dinah Shore &
BAMBOO BLONDE

“ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON”
Color by Technicolor
Dennis Morgan, Don Defore &
‘WHITE HEAT"

his masonic
Nevada lodge.
this news reached Jerry

even switched
bership to a
When

mem-



dom Gable will have to stay licence, paid the Nevada tetaal Ee

away from Hollywood—and all of, hy ea eae tae ; 6 dsMadeYou : e é
California—or be regarded, cnet ae a = “ oe e al an ng > ‘ OISTIN as A Ak as
he steps over the Nevada bound- Hollywood banks and opened new| @ * BP EAZA vis 408 || re Ganben — st sames
ary, as a criminal liable io both safely in Nevada. He cf —Vigour Renewed TODAY (only) 430 & 8.s2 p.m Walt Disne;'s

Technicolor

BBC. Programme Without Operation















Giesler; the multi-millionaire James Cagney, Virginia Mayo pecin urs. | Thurs, 8 30 p.m.
s “he sor ivore awyer v 5 4.30 p.m A Place of
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951 Hollywood divorce lawyer, who] _ 1 you feel old before your time or suffer _ , zy fonly) i :
11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11 30 is acting for Mrs. Gable Giesler| from nerve, brain and physical weakness, THURS. (only) & & 8.30 p.m Shadow on One's ows
am Musica Britannica, 12.00 noon The said grimly: “I am determined to you) on Dey Dat auicerare aioe whe “SHADOWS. OF THE weer” & Nteht aon Wings "Ore
News, 1210 pm News Analysis. make this case a guinea-pig. I| stores youthful vigour and vitality quicker Wen uisOs Andy CLYDE pore eas
00—7.15 p.m. S132 m., 4843 mM. hill go to the Supreme Court if| than gland operat one. it is one pees a
“| treatment in t t rm, scover: — ~
400 pm The News, 410 pm ‘The necessary to prevent these so-| American Doctor. Absolutely harmless and | \°eS9OOPrSOOOO" SOS POS SS POF OPIS PPPS
Daily Service, 415 pm Rugby League cqlled quickie divorces.” easy to take, but the newest and most pow- | ¢
Football, 425 pm BBC Northern Gable’s case likely t one | erful invigourator known to science. It
Orchestra, 500 pm Composer of the sables case 1s likely to COME! gots directly on your glands, nerves, and
Week, 515 pm New Records, 600 Up first. The Nevada _ courts] vital organs, builds aew, pure blood, and
pm BBC Midland Light Orchestra, usually ignore such injunctions as as oie oak views teh ee eb tase,
6.45 pm Programme Parade, 655 pm. the one Mrs, Gable obtained the]} Because of its natural action on glands and TO-DAY, 4.30 P.M. ONLY
oe Rave aiadods 7 ee te de other dey, “restraining” the hus- nerve, your brats power, Fremory and
News a sis, 745 pm wen wy r : ‘ esi, often improve amaz .
Questions. band from seeking a_= divorce vr this wanaitas new land and vi ur “13 RUE MADELEINE” (James CAGNEY)
7.45—10.80 p.m, 31.22 m., 44.43 m_ elsewhere. restorer, called Vi- Tabs, is guarant: . It AND
PET) Afterwards, the lawyers say bas been, tested a8 proves. by Powers * ” T ;
§ a sree 3 "i * * “ "9 ) in America, and is > hie
Seniemnenhe otonaeinn oat in Com. Gable will be in contempt Of] chemists here, Get Vi-Tabs from your IN OLD CHICAGO” (Tyrone Power Alice Faye)
poser of the Week, 9.00 p.m. Mr. Beverly Court—the California court, that Svenim Satay. Fut it ? pe ec 54
Plays God, 9.55 pm Interlude, 10.00 js—if he sets foot in California.] eyh bottle, evhich lasts eight days, under '
pe. ane News, 10.10 pm From The And if he remarries he will, in| the positive guarantee that it must make TONITE! TONITE! 8.15 P.M.
10 30pm Cathedral Music." California's eyes, be a bigamist] You fall of vigour, energy and wieality,
. wausic s ; ex, ¥ a e to ears Younger or
C.8.C, PROGRAMME ind subject to’ arrest at his} money back on return’ of empty pa STEEL BAND AND MARICO COMPETITION

ty package.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, A special, double-strength bottle of 48 Vi-

1951 ‘mer wife’s re .
10.05 p.m.—-10.20. p.m Ma ee eee: Fabs costs little, BARBADOS RHYTHM KINGS (Champs.)
10.20 p.m. 10.35 pn . Canadian £2,600 a Week Vi-Tabs and the guarantee

Chronicle Does all this more Protects you.

mean no

1172 Mes., the

CROSSWORD
eel ce ban ae

25.60 M

Restores Manhood and_ Vitality

Hollywood for one-time oil-

vs.

THE DEFENDERS, (Challengers)
AND

12 MARICO-MAD DANCERS

with the Film
“13 RUE MADELEINE” (Jas. Cagney)





/









TOMORROW ONLY, 4.30 \ -M.
THE & 8.15 P.M



“PINKY”
BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS “HOUSE On shee STREET”
présent ‘ Beteds:





ACT Ub»

THE CIRCLE



Mr. and Mrs. Langlois were met i Rude rang the vastness, (8)
by Major R,. A. Stoute, Deputy 4 Do it tor money. (4)
Commissioner of Police, who Bee oe OE a iad . by Somerset Maugham

brought them to the Central Police

Station. They were later taker
around by Colonel R. T. Michelin
Commissioner of Police,

They are on their way to Grenada

where they will spend a few days

before returning to Barbados for ¢
short holiday.
Colonel Michelin
Langlois in Montreal
visit to Canada in March this year.

Two Weeks

met

R. ADOLF BIERZYNSKI, Dis-



trict Médical Officer,

Patrick’s Grenada is now in Bar-

bados for two weeks’ holiday. He
arrived yesterday by B.WI1.A.
and is staying at the Ocean View

Hotel.



By Beachcomber

rel over a bit of cabbage which
has slipped overboard. Dusk
settles, blurring the lines of the
romantic craft. Bobbins the cat
overturns a bottomless saucepan.
Mrs, Withersedge sighs and seeks
her couch, A little breeze blowing
up-river, ruffles two aprons hung
up to dry. Then all is silence.
Nothing to do with me
ee eee is very odd to-

day. I have just read this;
He has entered the pullover he
has knitted against all the wo-
men competitors at the Isle of
Thanet plaughing match. It is
now up to the women to use a
knitted plough,

_



on the one end of the rope unnl u
is all ashore ‘* Now to find the
Lion Rock.”’ says Rupert. ‘* Let's
bring “the ropes. They may be
useful."" And they make their way
along the broken ridge of rocks
towards the main island.



LARGE SHIPMENT OF ..-.-

OIL TABLING 45 ins.





$1.55



JIN. WONDERFUL ASSORTED SHADES.

CONGOLEUM FLOOR COVERINGS. $1.47 $2.17 per yd.
SILVER STAR SQUARES $7.30_

$14.60 per yd.

EVANS & WHITFIELDS

DIAL 4606

4294

Mr.
during his











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.t Cauld be a délfeacy. (6)
3B Mdésernger who brings tr
authors nai words. (5)

io Siums are on the tandscipe, 14
‘6 Throw by a quick jerk. (4)

i7 Artist and sapper combined. (4
ly Anger by a green mixture. (6)
2i Frum State gronted aid (4)






Today & Tomorrow 4.30 & 8.15
20th C-FOX MUSICAL .

OPENING Friday 2.30 & 8.30

1




ovember 27.28.29

4








A % Bad tnan ot ‘ine au: ery (3) MPIRE THEATRE “ON THE
2 Ynat a tavn@le it ja o) ue
bown RIVIERA”
1 Adu woe
2 Ma at yal : P
; Time bo get Color by Technicolor 71 ‘ N

5 To detect
i Mh o

Starring
Danny KAYE, Gene TIERNEY

anawer '
¢# Cluo where

HOUSE ON

















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bros give WHERE DID IT COME FROM? din
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15 Suap on tne billiards table (5) “ yr Lhe
18 Here is the terminus. (3) ANTI CAT”
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Ensue: 18. Test








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IN

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Alan ‘Rocky’ LANE in

“GUNMEN OF

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AND

“ NIGHT TIME IN
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**7 BLESS THE DAY

AND
1 WROTE “
Robert MITCHUM, Myrna LOY THIEVES ”’
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Dennis PRICE

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PLLC LEG





“THE WEB”
With Edmond O'BRIEN




Today & Tomorrow 430 & 8.15
Columbia Double .
Chester MORRIS in .

Columbia Double - - -
Eddy ARNOLD

i

i TRAPPED BY BOSTON
desirable . 4 — BLAKIE ”

an

To Own
Good Cutlery

BARBADOS
Co-op COTTON FACTORY
Ltd.

AND
“FATHER IS A

BACHELOR ”
Starring

William HOLDEN
Coleen GRAY

“RETURN OF MONTE
CRISTO”

Starring Louis HAYWARD
George MACREADY





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Pottery

















WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951



SEA WELL

ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA
From Grenada
Doreen \V ck

ON MONDAY

Alfred Churct ot
Harding, Denis Hen
Lang, Michaei
Protain, Tyldesty
From Trinidad
R. Innes, J



Hanschee
Protair



Long, K. Simpson
DeCo u R. Edwards, H Page
Davies, L Govia, C Williams R
Modikhar M Macaulay; F Batson,
Alefounder, Alefounder, K. Berry, T
Headley
DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA.
MONDAY

For Grenada :

Leonard Taylor, Doris Taylor,
Johnson, Terrence Hawkins, Eric
Ruby Way.

For Trinidad ;

Wilfred Bradshaw, Randall,
French, Ernest Szunyosh, Rosamund
Previte, Bertie Rogers, Thalbur Persaud,
Daphne Brasece, Kenneth Hamel-Smith.



ON

Kelvin
Way,

Guy Iris

Passengers arriving at Barbados from
Southampton (England) yesterday were:
Hazel Mahon, Eda Ince, R, Clarke,
William Mahon, Sidney Blow, John
Brancker, Conagh Brancker, Pauline
Brancker, Jil Brancker, William
Brancker, Alice Forde, Joseph Du Bou-
lay, Fannie Du Boulay, Archdeacon
Harry Bloomfield, Rev. Canon Johnson,
R. Calvert, Harold Hugh, George Hay-
wood, Mother Joseph Ryan, Montagne
White, H. Woolhouse and wife, Leonard
Turner, Alexander Cheape, Harold
Nicholls, Adrian Bannister, Ivon Rob-
inson and wife. Reginald Meyer and
wife, Lady E. DeFreitas, Fred Simpson
and wife,



Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY

Passengers sailing yesterday from
Barbados on S.S. Celombie :—

On Cruise :

William Nurse, Violet Haynes, Ruby
D. Matthews, Reginald Clarke, Joseph
Charles, Dr. Aubrey Gibbons, Charles
Harris
For Jamaica :

Eliza Barrow, Christine Barrow, Her-
bert Perkins
For Curacao :

Clyde M. Briggs
For La Guaira:

Augusto Heredia, Roberte Simeon,

Nathalie Conliffe.
For Trinidad :





George De Gama, Amy De Gama,
Camilla Denman, Helena Greaves, Cmdr
Hugh Tippinge, Edna Tippinge, John
Cameron, Lawrence Fielding, Jessie
Fielding, Marga Gall, Mable Cave,
Patricia Ravcourt, Evelyn Watson, Doro-
thy Griffith, Leatie Bruce, Hensley
Greaves, John Richards, Jmmy Haswell

Passengers arriving at Barbados yes-
terday by the motor vessel Canadian
Challenger were



From Montrea
Victor Hooper
From Antigua ;
Cc. A. Hynam and wife, P
Winston O'Neale, Agnes Charles,

St. Juste.



and wife, Currie Hearle.

Hynam,
Jerome



Drunken Driving
Charge Dismissed

Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Pol-
ice Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday dismissed without pre-
judice a charge brought by the
Police against Lambert Estwick of
Lodge Road, Christ Church, of
driving a motor van while under
the influence of drink.

Mr. E. Barrow appeared on
behalf of Estwick. The Police
alleged ou August 5, Estwick
while driving the motor van
X—670 collided with the Public
Buildings gate. Dr, A. S. Cato
who examined Estwick at his

office said that in his opinion he
was not under the influence of
alcohol.

Mr. Barrow
court submitted

in addressing the
that there was
a doubt in the evidence of the
prosecution witnesses and as it
was a criminal charge the court
must give the benefit of the doubt
to the defendant.

One of the © prosecution wit-
nesses said that the defendant
hit the knob of the gate with the
car but it was not proved whether
it was negligence on the part of
his client. Dr. Cato said that he
was not unsteady in his gait and
the mere fact that the Police took
him to the doctor about

25 min-
utes after the alleged accident
showed that there was some

doubt in the minds of the Police.
On these facts the defendant
should be discharged.

OLD AGE PENSION

The maximum rate of old age
pension is $1.20 per week and not
$1.80 as was stated recently at a
political meeting.



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height of 30,000 feet over the

Nevada desert, this double action mushroom explosion from an
atom bomb rose thousands of feet inte the air a few seconds after
the double explosion, which was said by observers to be of an

entirely new type.—Express.

75 Accidents

Last year there were 5,600 motor
vehicles registered in Barbados and
1,110 accidents occurred. Of those
15 were fatal, 127 serious and the
remainder iminor.

This year the number of vehi-
cles in Barbados has increased. Up

to the end of September 890 acci-
dents were recorded. Fifteen of
these were fatal, 62 serious and
813 minor. With an average of
75 accidents per month, the total
number of accidents at the end
of the year will probably show
an increase over last year.

The majority of 141 accidents

this year were caused by drivers
or riders .overtaking other vehi-
eles, while 91 were caused either

through error of judgement or
necligence. Only five accidents

were caused by drivers under the
influence of drink and five because
the drivers were not accustomed
to the vehicles.

More on Saturday

Saturday is the peak day for
aceidents. Up to the end of Sep-
tember this year 162 accidents
occurred on Saturday. It is inter-
esting to note that more accidents
occur on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed-
nesdays and Thursdays, than on
Fridays although Friday is the
day when the planters and man-
agers visit the City.

Between 5.00 and 6.00 p.m, is
the time when most of the acci-
dents occur. Seventy-five occurred
between that time and 74 between
4,00 and 5.00 p.m, The least acci-
dents occur between 2.00 and 3.00
a.m, So far only two have occurred
between that time.

In 1946 only 2,900 motor vehicles
were registered in the island. /.
big jump was made in 1947 when
the total rose to a little over
4,000. Traffic accidents for 1946
totalled 475 as against 1,110 in
1950. In 1947, 198 people were
killed and injured, a little less the
following year and about 140 in
i948. In 1949 the number rose to
450 and last year the number was
approximately 625.

The Crime Chart shows _ that
mcre house breakings were com-
mitted during the day than ty
night during the month of Septem-
ber. This was also the same in

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The majority of these crimes
could be attributed to carelessness
on the part of dwellers who fail
to secure their places properly.
To motorists, the road leading

larcenies from dwel-

from Bridgetown to St. James,
Highway No. 1, especially along
Black Rock, is the danger spot,
Special Police patrols are now
being posted in this area where
the majority of accidents have
oceurred. Many accidents also

teok place along Hastings, Worth-
ing and Maxwells and it is quite
clear that many ccidents are caused
on long stretches of road, where
motorists are tempted to break the
speed limit.



Canadian Cruiser
Taking New Route

The C.N.S. motor vessel “Can-
adian Cruiser” which is expected
to call here from British Guiana
via Trinidad on Sunday, will be

taking the unfamiliar route of
Nassau, Bermuda, Halifax and
St. John when she sails from
Barbados the same night,
“Canadian Cruiser”, on her
home bound voyages from Bar-
bados, usually stops in at St.

Lucia or Dominica to load small
supplies of fruit or lime juice,
and then sails direct to Canada.

She _ will be loading molasses
and rum for Canadian ports and
general cargo for Nassau and
Bermuda. She is consigned to
Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.
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FROM BARBADOS

French Liner Colombie called
here yesterday from Southampton
with 34 passengers for Barbados.

Colombie is on her Caribbean
cruise. She took 33 passengers yes-
terday afternoon and left port for
Jamaica via Trinidad, La Guaire
and Curacao. Some of the passen-
gers are making the cruise.

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g J’ca Prepares For
Big Tourist Season

JAMAICA is looking forward to a good tourist season |
this year as the hurricane which struck the island in
August did serious damage only on the south side and left |
undamaged the whole of the north coast with all its tourist)
resorts, Mr. S. G. Fletcher, Managing Director of the |

yesterday. }

Gleaner told the Advocate
Mr. Fletcher who is Chairman
of the Coconut Control Authority,
an advisory and licensing body
for the coconut industry, is now
in Barbados for the Oils and Fats

Conference which opens at
Hastings House to-day. He arriv-
ed from Trinidad yesterday

morning by B.W.LA. and is stay-
ing. at the Ocean View Hotel.

e said that a new 1 called
Monteso Beach Hote been
built by Mr, Morrow, an Ameri-
can with large interests all over
the U.S. in packaged huts. It is
very modern with about 100
rooms and is now on the point

of completion and will be opened
in December.

Extensions
Extensions have also been
made to other hotels, there has

been considerable development in

the game fishing facilities and a

new nine hole golf course is be-
ing constructed at Ocho Rios
principally for the benefit of tour-
ists.

Mr. Fletcher said that develop-
ments are also planned in the
Port Antonio area where Errol
Flynn, the film star has an island
and a large estate.

He said that there are still
several thousand people living
in tents in Jamaica and it looks
as though that might be so for
quite a while.

There are some rehabilita-
tion schemes both in housing
and agriculture which have not
yet begun to operate, but are
in the planning stage.

_ Emergency feeding is still go-
ing on on a reducing scale and
it is hoped that by the end of
the year when the local crops
are being reaped again, feeding
ean be eliminated.

Banana Crop

The banana crop of the island
was destroyed, but in the areas
which had not received the full
force of the hurricane, the crop
was coming on and they should
be exporting bananas again in a
fairly substantial way about
Mareh—April next year. |

The coconut crop was not se-
verely damaged except in tho
south eastern area where probably
400,000 trees were destroyed.
Fortunately there were about a
million and a half trees planted
on the north side of the island
since the 1944 hurricane and
many of these were now begin-
ning to bear,

“We are hoping that within
the next two or three years, the
coconut production will be more
than it was prior to the 1951 hur-
ricane”’, he said.

“Most of the damage to
wharves and commercial build-
ings has been repaired, but there
is still a lot of unrepaired dam-
age among small householders,

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“The airport has been cleared |
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nearly completed. Meanwhile, the)
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“Everyone in Jamaica has been |
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EDUC ATION NEW YORK. (By R. M. MacCOLL) MORE FROM 8.W.1.,,BUT C WEALTH
4 t i BEFORE anyone is much older, America was aw‘ully full of ad Call and Select Early from
‘4 Winston Churchill will be over to vice—but nothing eise. S ; TOT. L 1S DOWN
T is . ; seein see Truman. Sne seemed to watch us, as we A ; - -
Pt BLIC attention has be . n focussed on j And this meeting between the struggled with our Middle East- ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
criticisms of the present educational sys- | Prime Minister and the President ern problems, as disinterestedly LONDON.

tef and its @dministration made in the | is thought certain to rank, im as though it were all something

Pp ‘. ik 5 | historical importance and in the that could not possibly affect her.
Press and on public platforms. Little seems | tremendously grave matters with And this, in itself, helped un-

A world sugar crop of 35,611,000 tons may
be harvested during the 1951-52 season, ac-

to be done to remedy the condition. | which it will grapple, with the dermine our position. celal 4 . :
| war-time meetings of Churchill But as the full impact of cording to the first estimate of the season
}and Roosevelt. events at Abadan and Suez sank made by Messrs. C. Czarnikow, Ltd., the
> ag > é fest < P ies create | sritain’s General Elec ame . ore Z > as a f r S
Racing Sib spenkinny aelndition gushed. | , eens Seeceh mination onone Seteh, Sates, seu ihe at London sugar brokers. If this total is reach-
by the inopportune introduction of age Lof ways. But as far as Anglo- to get much more than advice ed, it would be a record, nearly 500,000 tons
grouping and the teaching of foreign lan- , American relations were con- from now on,

} above last season's total.

The total includes 23,136,000 tons of cane
}/sugar, a substantial rise from last year’s
| 21,842,000 tons harvested. But the estimate is
that beet sugar production will drop to
12,475,000 tons as against last season’s
production of 13,278,000 tons.

Although there will be more sugar from
the British West Indies and British Guiana in
1951-52, says the estimate, total production



guages if the elementary schools and the | cerned, it #ame hard on the heels And right then came the news
A . ’ : jof a subtle and extremely signifi- that Churchill was back.
maintenance of superannuation as an an- cant change in America’s : Welcome

swer to congestion in the secondary schools, towards our problems in the Our wartime leader, immense-

; . Middle East—and, indeed, all jy an. 4 @: . ;
there is the confessed weakness in the In- ly popular and respected in
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over the world. America anyway, could scarcely

spectorate. Real Danger have re-enteréd the picture at a

In spite of the close friendship moment when he was assured of
. . . ete | between Britain and America, in so warmly eager = welcome.

An advertisement appearing in the Press |spite of c¢omradely memories of But—and this is what gives te

now calls for applications for the post of two wars, 7 —_ of present alli- his ote ae coe nee Pron 9

Py aM 7. ance under Eisenhower in Europe, 4 quality o igh historic import-

Inspector of Schools and the salary fixed [tradition and habit are two cane ance—the two men will discuss

from $144 per month to a maximum of $280. which die hard. And American more than the immediate and

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—for keeps—of tie drain on her|in the British Commonwealth will drop, due Ne and extremely effective combined
‘ : adit 1 and he Say z rit- ressing problems m 1 i a " : 4 2 : fe
But the qualification demanded from the ap- | 8°! sete toe “havea” oe abe thai i ila armen Ertan Goake -'entirely to smaller production in Australia Tin and Sprayer.
~ f rere , . Mele oe 2 e doblar-ear bof “
plicant shows that he must be a university dealing with Middle Eastern True, these are bad enough ana in e and South Africa.
: r ; : style. ss
graduate preferably with qualifications in pastors, and to adopt a “colonial, obviously must * dealt with. ‘ How would this partnership ! CS. P Non-Inflammable
g ; ies < » science, ¢ » pos- | Policy towards them. SOME NG has goc .o be arrived at? ye, : ; : Be NTC. - . ‘
mathe matics und or science, and the pos As a remult America wee Sety ‘G0mp. avout the sopnomle’ orials ‘Use The Gold’ British West Indies 1951-52 production is HER & CO. icra:
session of a recognised Teacher’s Training {apt to’ take a holier-than-thou SOMETHING must be agreed ,pryyR KROCK, head of the estimated at 701,000 tons as compared with Ph. 4472
Certificate or a Diploma. ory amine it Fae +n — stants chou ae Egyptians New York Times Washington 669,000 tons in the previous season. Figures Rapid Acting
city Ing Haim to avoid »* oan ' $ Bureau, is one of the shrewde = ey :
: ; : | “Imperialism,” it has encouraged AND SOME WAY must be reporters fs America. for British Guiana, given separately, show
It is true that another inspector is needed | the Persians, the Egyptians, and found to keep the British re- And he has the distinction ©’ | 4 corresponding rise from 205,000 tons to :
to strengthen the staff but it is absurd on jthe rest to more recalcitrance “rmament drive going at full having twice had personal inte: & SS =
) Strengthen the stair but it iS abs |and so worsened the very trouble- blast, without at the same time views with Truman—the only re- 221,000 tons. “a
the part of the Government to hope to |spots which America is just as lowering her standard of living porter who ever managed it But the Commonwealth total, sa th {
attract a graduate in science or mathematics |keem 5 Britain to see soothed unfairly. He says: “This partnersh ie : ; erate ee
; 5 as over. New Deal? ought to be determined by a col’- estimate, will decline from 3,043,000 tons in SILENT K NIC ; HT
with a Teacher's Diploma by a salary com- | Looker-on BUT these questions, sombre, Plooded analysis, area hureh'!’ 1950-51 to 2,822,000 tons this season. Austra-
Hl ches " j fc : ave : yhat a strong, $ oni. | ys :
mencing at $144 per month. This seems This bad state of affairs lin- though they are, are dwarfed by oe ie coeraave Britain-means {. lia ‘and South Africa, says the report, are
to provide another avenue for permitting gered on until quite recently, TS eeniat at ice te the United States in terms "conspicuous amongst cane producers as .
quacks” to find places in the educational ° a and Truman may have “rough- what 1 senile con Steet? it that showing substantial reductions this season. KEROSENE
evil | , 3 ed out” a completely new deal yo en i chould disappes : ve
system. which will govern the entire Find of Britain ori nr ae _ Disastrous weather conditions have per-
. | future course of relations between siiontic Union idea, an expanded sisted and have necessitated gradual reduc- REFRIGER A TORS i
And the general public will take a lot of | For, ‘while the change in aan Aneel oe Pee hened tions in production estimates as the season j
convincing that it is necessary to have a Se amet &, setive sym- uae. oem has progressed. In Australia the anticipated
: : : our e astern ~ r *
graduate in ‘mathematics or science to fill problems was going on, another | And he urges that the gold at output is now as low as 725,000 tons, or a 2 ONLY LEFT UNSOLD
the posf"sfiThSpector of Schools in Bar- eae we in the making in Fort Knox be used ond credits” reduction of more than 200,000 tons compared no an 4
5 .

bados. It would be the island’s good for-
tune if‘gich a candidate could be found
willing to accept the post even if for
reasons of health but an advertisement

The State Department was being For Americans across the with last year, The 495,000 tons expected in

told that it was time to stop tack- country are — seriously worried South Africa is 117,000 tons below seat ‘walle : Ye
ling things on a hand-to-mouth, about a_ possible total economic 7 ’ s ats fi
day-to-day basis and really do Collapse in Britain, which would ©on’s crop, Secure one or Christmas
some thinking. In fact, that it mean the disappearance of the
was high time for America to have bedrock of the North Atlantic

such as that now being published does an__ | a policy for the Middle East — Tree Crmmpisstion,_ + ita “Such a reduction,” says the firm, “is, in- e

we oe Ee 7 as : Ere something which she has hithert aven the most extreme 0 © deed, j

injustice to hundreds of people in the area pont pieb 5 as hitherto | Even isolationists concede that : a serious loss to the Commonwealth, DA COSTA & Cc L d A

eligible for the post and whe could fill it And similarly Mr. Truman such . calamity must be pre- the more so if taken in conjunction with the O., t vn gents
2 ’ when he gets down to business vented. be ., smaller crop of beet sugar ex i

efficiently, with his visitor, will have drawn The magazine ‘Time sums it P t sugar expected in the

up for their joint study long- up:— LR, | United Kingdom compared with “he record DIAL 3378 hg ELEC. DEPT.

range suggestions for helping Brit- “As long as Churchill is around, peechad last year.”

ain get by, as well, probably, as ee ee ye i sure 4 -

a review of wha as to rise from e slump of wary : a 7

to heli sinow ait has been done Mredom into which they have, !” other Caribbean sugar-producing coun-| ) == =seeaaappeemunesrrensy se ESS SSS.

analysis of why it has not worked. fallen, Whatever their differences tries, apart from the British West Indies,
If Churchill should ask for a may be, the United States likes

If the intention is to have an inspector to
supervise the work added unnecessarily to
the curriculum of the elementary schools
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° y loan, the odds are all Lombard- Churchill and Churchill like the i a ;
It shows the lack of awareness on the part street to a china orange that he United States.” | that it is difficult to make firm estimates at ersatiie
of those responsible for the planning of the would get it. A Two Un Tap \this stage of production in the Caribbean,
immediate needs .of ihe ever increasing But he. would gat. it with refuce oj: Russia: truman . ind|

+ tance—not because of any lack of @purehil) sce pretty well eye to Since cane cutting does not begin until the

American generosity, but simply . resi rg) t f th i i
ATT CES eee t simply” eye, and the President knows! turn of the year. As a result, it points out,
because everybody knows it has Wel] that when it comes to per- :

deen tried already once—and been {41 and political reassurance, he the estimates are to some extent tentative.
a yoo Bic will get far more from Churchill’s; The Cuban crop, however, is placed at
5 hon ach Se > acaielian g ‘Abport than he ever gained from 6,000,000 tons in the 1951-52 season, a big rise
a lot different—and a whole lot And two old American friends from 5,668,000 tons harvested in the preced-
better than a loan this time. of Churchill's will probably be on jnp ¢ : : :
Somehow Truman and Churchill tap. as required: Averell Harri- B we year, San Domingo will increase
have got to work out between man, former Ambassador to| Production from 520,000 tons to 575,000 tons,
them a “grand strategy of vic- Britain, and Bernard Baruch, the

sehool population of this island.

This is not the only instance in which
the general. public maintain a legitimate
fear that they are not getting the best re-
sults for the huge sums now expended on
education. During recent weeks several
letters have been written to this news-



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‘ tory,” just as Churchill did with “park bench statesman” and top- arte Rico from 1,105,000 tons to 1,200,000 &
paper critical of the system of education, Roosevelt in wartime. ranking economist. tons and Haiti from 58,000 tons to 60,000 tons. SS &
5 feat ata Hf ¢ * g | It must be a large and formida- Put a ring around your calen-| fF si : ‘2
the administration of that system and of ‘ie cartnership Gat, ecohensbh dan, We. Oncall pave cause .t0 For the French West Indies, the estimate is

the people who administer it. It is not in MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL arrangement on such an heroic remember November 1951. that the crop will be increased from 130,000
the interest of the community for education eee ene on Seneees L.E.S.— tons to 140,000 tons,





or its administration to become the butt of od e |

critics; but it is even less in the public in- The b=-Vear Plan Of Private | “CONSUMPTION IS STILL LIMITED”

terest to cloak any deficiencies of a system

on which 20‘pér-cent. of our annual public | “It is still very difficult to paint any very

expenditure js spent. PULYZNS KI reliable statistical picture into these figures,”
a : jcomments Czarnikow’s review. “Many areas

If Barbados is to continue to maintain FORT DIX, New Jersey. (From FREDERICK COOK) howitzer, the recoilless rifle and|of the world are still suffering from under-

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public confidence in the administration of [pris heided easi, poking for ihe terms with aes tose the at they are considered ready for of the requisite overseas ee . For DRESSES
schools is essential, |Russians. “1 thought they were ™Y,of the United States. jes, anything, Korea included. Mosi| ae y:
3 our friends.” __There are Russians a a €S, of them expect one day to be Although rationing has long been aband- SKIRTS
a re ae Only a month before he hae Cera te te Ruman. back in Europe, serving under}oned in many countries, in a number of 7
graduated from « Polish cavalry & “@tvian OF lwo, ® ~ 1. Eisenhower. other : : : ither 1 1
kehool and put on his. officer's 4498 and Estonians, a Transy!- — qney will not serve out thei: ers consumption is restricted either by HOUSECOATS

“I found. the. Russians ail Bed Army, wearing Hitler's uni- oe, bane ee cee Ue ay both. Off-take must depend on how much
THE loss ofthe bill to make provision wight,” he says, without bitter- Re eet cite with the iis first weeks in America each| foreign currency those consuming countries
for @& ten fe lsory Third Party pera Set eee With 8). (raaeries Many ‘pear the scars of guer- at nas heen given a “sponsor | which depend on imports (including the
for a system of compulsory Lhirc : humour, “And I wound up in . to smooth his path whenever hx

r . : ‘ , Vanian and a handful of Germans. ee : ; Pa 5 ‘ i
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* There were other escapes, edge or tte terram in some odd Said one of the sponsors: |

eretted. It i§ the Second occasion on which [years in the underground,
the benefit-of'such Jegislation has been lost wounds in the Warsaw uprising.

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to the island. It was not due to any opposi- men somewhere in Czecho-
tion. | Slovakia. Now here he is at Fort
Dix, mammoth United States
: training camp among the pines “— Auta
The bill was.introduced late in the ses- and. sand dunes 75 miles from Temarkably

5 “I'm supposed to be a sort of) « : ‘ ; sia
corner of Eastern Europe or : oc | “That is not an easily calculable factor for
other. And all are supposedly buddy, Jeepers, I feel_more like . 5

burning with a desire to fight 2 Wet nurse.” ‘ |it not only depends on the general trade bal-
for the “Free World,” though, /his"" he added, ‘isn’t going) ance of countries, but also on the opportuni- Ok

sat , fo be an easy job. . PP i
Se aT es ne hee He took me’ over and intro-|ties of barter trade between needy and sur-

bay ey je ‘+ duced one of the newcomers. | plus countries, not to mention the questior
hazy idea of what “““Say, Mac,” he said, ‘how k 5

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ntr¢ 4 ppd, sind nee 7h. Sue aee iat ae cepeeliainedtad’ tine ‘ta the of the allocation of E.C.A. funds for the pur- THIS LABEL
sion and its«merit {ally recognised but in |v iitorm, with £26 15s. a month Basic Meals American Union?” chase of our commodity. The internationa’

order that inemibers‘ofithe House of Assem- jto start, | perhaps . en As yet, basic training for the ), on. Said the red-faced) political trend is, of course, an importan‘
bly. should have opportunity for further [96 Mme tte. with the iain newcomers — consic's _ principally om 2 at a Waa 6 BM ntce in be fad os it ‘Tey. infisence absorp AND SELECT
consideration and towmake suggestions for or fast United States naturalisa- Of Jearning how to deal with the 5

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951



PROSECUTION E

MURDER TRIAL
CONTINUES TO-DAY

THE PROSECUTION closed their case at the Town
Hall yesterday before the Acting Puisne Judge, Mr. G. L.

Taylor, after summoning 21

witnesses to prove the charge

that Alphonza Beckles, a 40-year-old conductor of Society
Hill, St. John, murdered 48-year-old Winston Cumberbatch,
the bus driver wko crove the same bus on which he was

conductor.

Beckles is alleged to have committed the mur-

der on September 9 this year when Cumberbatech and he

were taking the bus (P 175)

Evidence for the prosecution
gces that Beckles and Cumber-
batch had had quarrels previous
to the alleged murder. One wit-
ress has told the court that the
bus was going along Thicketts
when she saw Beckles jumping
irom the seat near the driver over
the other seats, going in the direc-
tion of the rear seat. Soon after
that the bus crashed.

Yesterday was the second day
the case was going on and _Â¥it con-
tinues to-day when Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, for
the prosecution and Mr. J. S. B.
Dear, senior counsel for Beckles
will address the jury.

On the first day of the case, Dr.
Cato who performed the post
mortem examination on Cumber-
bateh told the court that Cumber-
batch had a stab wound in his
chest which had gone half an inch
into the heart,

Boy Summoned

Besides the 21 witnesses the
Frosecution called, Mr. Dear asked
the Court to summon a boy called
Whitfield Mason whom he said
other witnesses had said was
about the scene when the bus
crashed, but who had not been
summoned. He was asked to give
evidence and in the course of his
evidence said that while he was
on Thieketts Road sitting on a
wall, the bus passed him. At that
time, Beckles was sitting in the
rear seat of the bus. After the bus
passed, he did not see Beckles
leave the rear seat, but he saw
him going from the front of the
bus towards the rear seat after
the crash,

Mr. Dear and Mr. George Farm-
er are counsel for Beckles.

The first witness to give evi-
dence yesterday was Cecil O'Neal,

Cecil O’Neal of River Road,
Traffic Manager of the General
Bus Co., Ltd., said Beckles was

employed aft his company for about
ten years,

Winston Cuinberbatch was bus
driver at the Company for about
three to four years.

Cumberbatch and Beckles were
working together on the St. Philip
reute about a year, The bus
P—175 sometimes stayed in St.
Philip instead of the Company’s
garage, and made the first’ trip
from St. Philip.

A Complaint

On September 9 about 7 a.m, he
was at the bus office at Nelson
Street. Beckles came to him and
made a complaint about Cumber-
batch.

“He told me”, he said, “that he
turned on the light the night
before to make out his way bill
and Cumberbatch turned off the
light. Three times this turning
on and off went on. He held his
hand and Cumberbatch seratched
him in his face.” He looked at
his face and saw a weal on his
left cheek.

When Cumberbatch brought the
bus to the station three quarters
of an hour later, he spoke to him.

“Beckles came up and contra-
dicted what Cumberbatch teg¢d me,”
he said. “I told both of them to

wait. I told Beckles to repeat
what he had told me. Beckles did
so and I asked Cumberbatch

whether it were true. He told me
it was not and I told him to let
me hear his side. “Cumberbatch
said he was in the bus reading
a newspaper when Beckles turned
off the light. There was a turning
on and off and on the third ofcasion
that he went to turn on the light
Beckles gave him two cuffs,

“If you do not believe’ me, I
will show you,’ Cumberbatch told
me, and he took of his jacket and
showed me a bruise.”

He (O’Neal) was somewhat an-
noyed over the circumstances and
warned them not to fight. “I told
them if by saying ‘good morning’
to each other that would bring a
row, they should refrain from
saying ‘good morning.’”

They left.

Message Received

About 10.30 p.m. he received
a message about an accident.
Later Beckles telephoned him and
told him there had been an acci-
dent on Thicketts Road. He asked
him whether anyone had been
hurt and he said no one had been
He enquired after the *bus and
he said it was damaged.

He went to Thicketts and saw
the ‘bus and a crowd. The left
front wheel was off and the tyre
of the right was burst.

A guard wall was about
feet from the "bus.

Cumberbatch was not
then. He asked Beckles what
caused the ‘bus to run off the
road. He said he did not know.

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fast when it went off the road.
He asked him whether he was fit
to bring down the ‘bus and he
said he was quite well.

A pane of glass had been
broken from the left side of the
driver’s cage for sometime be-
fore and had not been replaced.
It had rails, The height of the
cage was four feet, five inches.

He noticed blood on the driv-
er’s seat, on the back of the cage
ana several, other small splashes.

At the beginning of his cross-
examination, Mr. Dear produced
a small imitation part of a "bus
comprising the driver’s seat, cage

and two passengers’ seats. In
answer to Mr. Dear, O'Neal said
that the front upright on the

right side of the "bus was broken.
There was a spot of blood under-
neath it.

Aubrey L. Farnum of Peterkins
Road, Inspector of Highways and
Transport, was the next witness
to give evidence. On September
9 he went to Thicketts and saw
the "bus P-175. He examined it.
The right bumper, right running
board and right front fender
were damaged. The right front
wheel was burst, The right front
upright was broken though not
completely. It was more or less
cracked.

Register Missing

The fare register was missing
from its usual position and there
was blood on the cage.

He said there were
marks,

There was no metal or
projecting from the cage of the
‘bus. The steering column and
gear were not broken. The bon-
net was slightly damaged. on the
right side.

From the top of the ’bus to the
top of the cage was one foot, four
inches. The distance between two
rails was one and a half inches.
From the driver’s seat to the left
upright of the cage was one foot
three inches,

H.P.C. James Wilkinson said
that on September 9 he got on the
"hus P-175 as a passenger going to
Marchfield, St. Philip. Cumber-
batch was the driver and Beckles
the conductor.

While in the ‘bus stand, a
woman passenger caused the bel:
to ring while getting in. Cumber-
batch who was in his seat started
to move the ‘bus. Another woman
shouted to Cumberbatch and told
him that the conductor was not
in his seat and Cumberbatch re-
versed the ‘bus back to the
stand.

Beckles went to one of the "bus
inspectors in the stand and made
a statement. Cumberbatch went
ta the inspector and asked, “If it
were time to leave and you were
in your seat and heard the bell
ring what would you do?” The
inspector did not answer

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wood

Quarre} Begins

Cumberbatch and Beckles went
back to the bus and Cumberbatch
eventually drove off the ‘bus.
While the ‘bus was going on
Beckles began to quarrel with
Cumberbatch. He told him that
before anyone could respect him
he had to respect himself.

“IT Inve in St. Philip and have
often driven on this ‘bus and
have. heard them quarrel many
times,” he said.

Wilkinson, in answer to Mr.
Dear said that at the time of the
quarrel on September 9, Cum-
berbatch was retorting.

Rupert Belgrave of Thicketts,
an agricultural labourer, said he
knew Beckles and Cumberbatch,
On September 9 about 10.15 a.m.
he was at Thicketts’ Gap. He saw
the *bus come up. The only
people in the ’bus were the driver
and the conductor.

“The ‘bus passed me and
stopped about 50 to 60 feet from
me,” he said. “A man named
Winfield Greenidge and I were
talking when the ‘bus stopped.
The driver said, “hoi! come
here!” I told Winfield to go and
see what he wanted, While Win-
field was going I heard Beckles
say, “Drive on! You cannot stop
here.”

About an hour later he went to
Thicketts Road where he saw the
*bus on the right side of the road.
The driver was sitting on the

‘“‘Burns”’

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guard wall
assisting him.

Cross-Examined
Cross-examined he said he had

and someone was

told the Police Magistrate that
when the ‘bus first passed him
the conductor was in the rear

seat holding a bicycle.

To Mr. Reece, he said that
from where the "bus first stopped,
it would have taken about seven
minutes to reach the point where
it was damaged.

Flavius Mason of Thiciketts said
on September 9 he was below his
home facing the road. He saw a
bus coming along the road. When
it reached about half the distance?
of the rcad, it swerved slightly to

the left, then to the right and
craened

“Tl ran toward it,” he said. “I
courd mot see the bus for the

mcst part while running toward it.
I saw Bockles. He had a bicycle
with a bee on it He was wlking
soing towards Skeete Hill. I asked
him what heppened and he told
me nothing had happened to him
but his bicycle was slightly dam-
aed. I asked him what had ho-

me of the driver and Beckles
raid he had gene through the
I told him I wou!d go and
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While going toward the bus he
etc.e Cermen Beotman on the
ac a little dister bes him

* ear had stopped by the bus but
it moved on before he reached it.
Another woman, Lilian McClean
was passing between a field of
es and yams walking away
om the bus.
Lorry Passed

A lorry passed, stopped a short
period and drove on, When he
got near to the bus he ncticea the
number was P—175. “Private” was
marked on the Signboard

‘iT went around the bus
saw a man lying cn the
weed

“T saculed ‘Murder’! help me
with this: man!” A man named
Griffith came to my assistance. We
took the man from the position in
which he was squeezed between
the guard wall and the bus and
we put him on the guard wall.”

The man's clothes were stained
with blocd, He unbuttoned his
shirt and noticed a wound in his
chest from which blood was ooz-
ing, A hole was in the shirt just
near where the stab was,

Beckles returned and he told
me he went to Lawyer Farmer to
get a telephone message. He then
tapped Cumberbatch three times
on the same side where the wound
was and said “Cumberbatch!
Cumberbatch! I reported you went
through the canes and how is it
you are here?”

Soon after another bus came
and took away Cumberbatch.

Cross examined, he said he knew
James Griffith before that day
end he also knew his son. Later
in the day he saw the son there.





and
guard

Fisherman Speaks

James Griffith, a fisherman of
Thicketts, said he was at home
on September 9. He was looking
through the window when he saw
a bus. He heard a crash and look-
ing over the canes, he saw the
top of the bus.

He told the court that he as-
sisted Mason with Cumberbatch,
Others along with Mason lifted
him to the bus.

He answered to Mr, Dear when
cross-examined that he has a son
named Whitfield. His wife owned
a cow and that morning neither
the son nor the cow were at home,
When he got near to the bus after
the crash, he saw Whitfield a short
distance away standing.

Dowling Payne, a carpenter of
Skeete Hill, St. Philip, was the
seventh witness to give evidence
yesterday. He was at home when
the bus crashed and he went to-
wards the scene. When he arrived
there he saw one Carmen Bootman
talking with Beckles. Beckles be-
gan to walk off when he was
coming. When he reached the
bus a man was resting on the near-
by guard wall,

Carmen Bootman who now lives
at Eagle Hall but who was living
at Thicketts on September 9, said
she was at Dowling Payne’s when
she heard the crash, She went
toward the scene and before she
reached there she saw Beckles.

“T asked him who he was,’ sne
said, “and he told me he was the
conductor of the bus. In reply to
me he said he had not got hurt
and that there were no passengers
in the bus. The driver, he said,
had run through the canes, I asked
why he and the driver were run-
ning as no one had been injured
and only the bus damaged. I told
him to remain with the bus and
he said, ‘I am going here’ and
went towards Skeete Hill.”

It was about then she heard a
ery for, ‘Murder! Help!’ She shout-
ed to the conductor who turned

Dies At Todds

winner in Barbados at the last
March meeting, but did not race
at the August or November meet-
ings. It was expfcted that he
would have begun stud duties at
his owner’s estate early next year.



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Help Asked

About half an hour after
saw beckies arrive in a_ mnfotey
car and got out of the car

He was then near her and she

told him she had shouced atyhith
and told him to retura and give
assistance. He said he wen, {4
get a telephone message. He
her he had got on to the Managii
irector.

Under cross-examination st
said when she was
the bus she saw
and a boy.

Lisle fRlarke of East Poin , St
Philip, an overseer at Goidea
Grove, said he knew Beck!*s end
Cumberbatch.,

On the evening of September
5, he was at Golden Grove Gap
when the bus came along and was

BOing \owara
aman, a woman

turned into the gap <‘o that i
could easily be swung. A car was
behind it ana the conductor rang

the bel! twice to notify ihe driver

that something ws behind him
Beckles then said, “you idiot, you
did no. hear I rang the bell to
stop you.”’ Cumberbatch replied

in too low a voice for me to hear.

Cumberbatch afterwards car-
vied the bus to park it where it
was usually parked. He heard
Beckles call on his (Clarke's
son to give witness as to his hav-
ing rung the bell. He, however:
sen. away his boy,

Bell Ringing

Cumberbatch and Beckles went

on arguing and Beckles said he
would ring the bell no more in
future and he would get in a

collision before the week was out

“Cumberbatch said that in that
case he would repor. Beckles on
the following day,” he said.

“Beckles replied that if he did that
he would be the last man be ever
reported.”

La er, when Beckles was leav-
ing, he said to Cumberbatch, “you
sey you have a lot of sense and
you Say you win money, but if
you report me you will not live to
spend a cent of that money.”

He said in answer to Mr. Dear
that Cumberbatch would make an
occasional answer but he was
abusive. He did not sleep at
Golden Grove. He did not leave
the estate at any particular time.

Lilian M@Clean, a labourer of
Thicketts plantation said she knew

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Lady Savage Visits ,
Queen’s College

Lady Savage yesterday paid an
unofficial visit to Queen’s College,



Constitution Road. Arriving at
the College at 10.30 a.m. Lady
Savage was met by Mrs. E, Ran-
dall, Headmistress of Queen's
College who showed her around
the College.

Lady Savage first visited the

Science block where she saw the
girls at work, She then went to,

the Junior School and | chatted]
with pupils and teachers.
In the Main School she saw

the work of some pupils and also}
had a chat with some of the girls. |
Before leaving the College, Lady
Savage was presented by the
Head girl of the College, Dor-|
othy King with a bouquet. |
|

Oils And Fats Talks |
Open Today

A meeting of a special commit-|
tee of the Oils and Fats Confer-
ence, under the Chairmanship of
Professor C. G. Beasley, C.M.G.,}
Economic Adviser, Development|
and Welfare Organisation, will be-
gin at Hastings House to-day.

The Committee has been ap-|
pointed to consider the terms of
any new agreement which may be |
entered into when the "moa nt





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agreement expires at the end of
August 1952.

MONEY STOLEN

Iris Widemer, a resident of
No. 5 Flat, Paradise Beach Club, |
reported to the Police that $85
in West Indian currency, $33 in
American currency, 40 cents in
copper and silver and five travel-
ling cheques’ worth $50 each
drawn on the National Bank
New York, were stolen from thé
same club between 11.00 p.m. on
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600 Bags Mail
Arrive From U.K.

Six hundred bags of mail from
England this week added to the
Christmas rush,

Stacks of parcels are congesting
the Parcel Post while clerks are
busy sorting out other mail.

“The impact of Chris*mas is
Wieady being felt in the Post
QOities and particularly in the

cel Post Branch where extra
14s been engaged,” the
Master said. “The coinci-
of the General E'ections
and the Christmas pressure will

the .esources of this depart-
to the utmost.”

T cope with the increase in
mail, extra staff in all the cat-
egories will be engaged from
December 1 The Welches Post
(Mee will be opened later this
month,” he said. “It is hoped
tha: th residents in the sur
rounding districts will take full
advantage of the postal facilities







ffered thereby reducing the
mgestion at the General Post
Office.”

“Arrows” showing the public

ibe airection in which the queues
shoulda move will be posted up.
The Post Master would like
householders to answer postmen

promptly and to post early for
Christmas.

When letters are clearly ad-
dresseq and stamps put in the
p right hand corner the Post
Office’s stamping machine can
operate much more rapidly.

The Post Master asks cyclists
to Stop bringing theiy bicycles in
to the Post Office.

People are invited to collect
their parcels as soon as they re-
ceive theiy delivery yotes.



Two Convicted

Two conductors were
and fined by Mr. G. Bb. Grim
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” for overloading — their
buses. They were Vernon Mas-
siah of Bush Hall, St. Micnael,
ordered to pay 10/- in 14 days or
14 days end Lemuel Chandier of
Stauion Hil, Michael, 15/- in
even days or 14 days’ imprison-
ment,

Both cases were brought by
Cpl. Cyrug attached to the Traffic
Branch, Central Station, Chandler
committed his offence on Sep em-
ber 20, Massiah had his bus
overloaded on October 6.

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the post mortem and_ received
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examined and found that ther
was no presence of poison,
Aromita Elsie a 37-year-ol
ljomestic servant iid that sh
last saw the deceased on Octobe }
24 when they were in Cullode
Road, St. Michael. The decease
told er tna her tomach wa
paining her and she was goin |
home
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Death by
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oncluded at District “A” yester-
a) The Coroner was Mr. C.
Walwyn,
Lilian Davis
long Government Hill Road
Jctober 24 took in ill and died
she could reach the Gen-
Hospital. Dr A. S. Cat
performed the post morte?
xamination the next day attribu-
failure.

Mr. N. Carmichael, Govern
vent Analyst told the Court yes-

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by a nine

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NE 2508. NUTICE
a8 OR TELEPHO! REAL ESTATE | The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St @ From Page 5
ets = omen. | Michael, will be closed at 12 o’clock,|Beckles. On September 9, about

The charge tor annowsdements of FOR SALE _“BOSVIGO HOUSE", Eagle Hall Road, | Noon on Thuraday the 15th, instant 9.30 a.m., she wag going along
Births, ‘“Mattiagé& Deaths, Acknow!- | St. Michael, with 4 Acres or thereabouts | C. GEORGE GRANNUM. Thicketts when she went into a
gagements, and ‘n Memesiam notices is Miniwum charge week «3 conte and of land; all enclosed | Ag. Fercepial ¥ field f canes. While th e she
$1 30 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays | 98 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 THE DWELLINGHOUSE _ contains, | ,, St Michael - aver _ 7 ony Son
Foie Nomnber of words up to $0, ard] Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a! Open Verandahs, Enclosed Gallery, Draw- | 13. 13,61—@e heard what sounded like a bus
» cents per woré on week-days and | Wort on Sundays; ing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, one | — ‘coming along the road,
4 cents per word en Sundays for each very large, Toilet and Bath, Large Kitchen | NOTICE q

ecditiensl ward,

Yor Births, Marriage er Engagement
apnouncements in Carib Calling the
tharge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phors 2508
petween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notlees only after 4 D.â„¢m.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



DOMINICA POLICE FORCE

Seven (7) Recruits are required
for the Dominica Police Force.

Details Of pay and allowances,
ete, can be obtained from the Po-
lice Training School, Office, Dis-
trict “A”.

Applicants will be seen in person
at 10 a.m. on Friday, 16th Novem-
ber, '

Certificates of Education to be
produced,

(Sgd.) R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown.
12th November, 1951.
: ~ 18.11,51,—2n.



TAKE “NOTICE
That , WRINKL~SHED aN,

ated, a corpenation-duly organized under
» laws of the State of Virginia, United

f Amdricy whose trade or busi-
ress.ia Densille, Virginia, United
ates of Ameriea* has applied for the
r wistration of a,thade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of piece goods of












cotion, rayon ‘mixtures thereof, and
will be entitled to register the same
afier one month from the l4th day of

November 1951 unless some person shall

in the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at m,’ office of opposition of such

vegistration «The wade mark mark can
be seen on application at my_ office,

Dated this Ist Bay of November 1951.
H. WILLIAMS

Registrar of Trade Marks

14.14 5I—3n

TAKE NOTICE
That avositVOSET... a corpor-

ation organized under the laws of the
State of Delaware, United States of
America, whose trade\' or business
addresses are 1530 Spring Garden Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniag- U.S.A, and
#1 Gesry Street, San Franeiseo, Califor-
nin, U.S.A., Manufactorers, has applied
for registration of a trade mark in Part
“A” of Registt'r in re: of cream con-
tnining . a Vegetable” stabilizer, and
will be entitled to Pegister the same
atter on® month from the i4th day of
November 1951 unless some person shall
in the meantime-give notice in duplicate
to me at gm” office of opposition of such
veyistration, The trade nark_ can

be seen “On application at hr office
Dated this lst day of November 1951,

" H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
14.11 51—3n

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AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: Austin A-40 Devon, As new
Mileage 8,000 miles. Apply L. A. Deane,
Customs 2519 or Spooners Hill, 3401

14.11 5i-—t.f.n

CAR: One 1947 Hudson only done
12,000 miles. Apply R. D. C. O'Neale,
Cliff Cottage, St. Jchn 11.11.51—3n.

CAR—Austin A-40, Devon #4
Saloon with sliding roof. Owner-driven,











, trees, Golden Apple trees, and Breadfruit



| thi

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

trees and another portion of iand planted
in Guinea, Elephant and Sour Grass

0 EN WRITING will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday the
13th day of November, at 4 p.m. The
vendor does not bind herself to accept
e highest, or any offer
Inspecton any day except Sundays on

Applications for one or more vacant
Vestny Exhibitions tenable at the Parry
School will be received by me_not later
than
must be sons of Parishioners of St.
in straightened circumstances,
less than eight and not more than twelve
years of age
be obtained from the Parochial Treasurer
on office days.
must accompany each application.

Ca

the Headmaster for examination on Mon-
day 12th inet

“When I heard it I eased up one
eane hole and saw Beckles mov-
ing from the direciion of the
driver’s seat, over the other seats
going towards the rear seat. The
bus then crashed, Only the driver
and the conductor were in the
| bus,

“T ran out on the road and
Beckles said to me, ‘my lady, vou
,;see this man bring me here to kill
‘me. He and I had “words” this

PARISH OF 8T. LUCY

Candidates
Lucy
and not

Saturday 24th inst
Forms of application must

A Baptismal Certificate |
ndidates must present themselves to

. at 10 o'clock, a.m.

muleage 31,000, recently fitted new EXIDE ©. L. DEANE, ! ”
battery and new tyres. Price $1,440 ea 9 to Mrs. Hanschell, Tele- Vestry Clerk “peaganec
Teleph 2989 11,.11.51—3n c . St. Li -
eaeens > queneneduneeen a > For further particulars and conditions | 8 {1 sign ¢ Car Comes Up
CAR--Ford Prefect 11,000 miles Condi- » of sale, apply to— a
ton perfect, owner Kaving. Apply H. P COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. A car came across and he told

Harra & Co., Phone 4015

.51— Bridgetown
te es eee ae LS Laan | STE
CAR—One Citroen Motor Car. Done
9,000 miles. A-i Condition Phone 4618 |. The undersigned will offer for sale at

G. E. Ward. Morris Service Station
9.11.51—5n






No. 17, High Street





Pubiic competition at their office, No: 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
30th day of November, 1961, at 2 p.m :





A

WANTED the driver that he wanted a tele-
| phone message to the Bus Com-

pany.
HELP The man who wag driving the
Managress for Hotel Berwick. Ex- car asked him what had become





perience necessary. Salary and share in of the driver and he answered
profits

for the

32 PERCHES of land situate at Wilson Good position right c ‘
: 1 0
ies iakcis new staeh. Owner re Hil, St. John, with the stone and timber | person. Apply at first in writing A. E. that the driver had gone througa
the island. Phone 4718 13.11.51—4n Svieltinghouse thereon, called ‘“MAN-| TAYLOR LTD., P.O. Box 285, Bridge- the canes. They lefc there,

Ds” town.





CAR—Rover 16 H.P. Perfect condition

throughout 24,000 miles only. Not driven








and Dining Rooms,

e house contains Verandah, Drawing
2 Bedrooms with



THEATRE MANAGER—A

She was going on

| when she
full time heard a cry of Murder!

Murder!

me Fe

; 4| running water in each, Kitchen, toilet| Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE—|She returned and saw the driver

I RR a ove - ine ang bath, and Electricity installed Barbarees. Apply by letter and in person |leaning on Flavius Mason. The
cinted. Appiy: Courtesy Garage. For inspection on application to Mr. Perel- | #1 the office CARIBBEAN THEARES | driver's stomach was covered w

Gedigvée irisi and full. particulars. | Val Lyte. Dial 4014 LTD., Banyans" Bay “treet, loodt i

Price $2,880 6.11.51—t.f.n For further particulars and conditions | between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, b b

rte sala ames ‘| of sale, apply to:— on oe, besars morernet es as see} She said she knew a boy called
COTTLE, CATFOPD & CO cessful applicant must take up his duties 4

a £.0.D D & CO | cettanuary ath. All applications treated | Whitfield Mason. That morning

ELECTRivAL in striet confidence. 4.11.51—1n. |She saw him sitting on a low wall



WASHING MACHINES and VACUUM
CLEANERS-—Another shipment of the
World famous HOOVER Washing Ma-
chines and Vacuum Cleaners has just






Ltd. priced to yield 5%,
A. M. Webb, Phone 4796.

SHARES 210 West India Biscuit Co

or will sell part
*14.11.51—3n











Experienced Shorthand typist female,
12 vears with leading firm of Solicitors
in England





near the place where the accident
had eecurred. He held a cow
which was grazing. When she
was speaking to Beckles she did

SITUATIONS WANTED

Good reference seeks

arrived. Call early at K. R. Hunte & position preferably with legal firm. lnot notice Whitfield

Co. Ltd., atid save disappointment Apply Box B. B. C/o Advocate Ad- |’ af

Cees Machine $135.00, Gana. FOK RENT vertising Dept. 13 11.51—3n She told Mr. Dear that it was
leaner $75.00. Dial £927. K. RB. — .

HUNTE & CO. LTD 6.11. 51—n MISCELLANEOUS not quite a minute when she was
; a ——-___ nn ntetenntemncs |i the canes before she heard the

aod baleey cae fe U an ten HOUSES ane em ea et ae bottles at}bus, She was about 12 feet with-
, ‘ . dozen — delive nade Stores, | ; 4

available at Knight's Lid, Winte Parke Teeed. iY fet tn jim the cane field, She was not

—in| FONTAMARA, Maxwell Coast. Fully :afraid of the sound the bus was





MECHANICAL

MILi-—-Irrigation Equipment. Fan-
Tower, Pump and galvanise tank, sold
separately or together. Dial 4038.

11.11.51—2n





MISCELLANEUUS



ANTI Of every description
Giass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs ete., at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

3.10,.51—t.f.n

AEROSOL FLY SPRAY—Rapidly des-







troys Flies, Mosquit te 2 s St. L tel. ; er
snare ae uitos e me ‘ine wawrence Hotel pg em SOUVENIRS \ ting down. The number was
- -—— CURIOS ANTIQUES, ,P—175
MESH—2 Rolls Man-Proof Fencing 2”| THE Building known as “Berwick JEWELS, CARVINGS

Mesh 8 ft high. Approximately 300 ft.













galleries,
8310 Mrs.



furnished including refrigerator and tele-
phone, from December ist-—-Dec 15th, 1961
Apply to Browne & Co., 43 Swan St

14.11.51—2n

a
HOMESTEAD—Upper Belmont Road.
Two bedrooms, dining room, sitting reom,
gallery, all conveniences. Apply within.
13,11.51—2n





ROSEDALE—Marine Gardens, Hastings.
Unfurnished 4 bedrooms, large drawing
room, dining room, sitting room, two
Tennis Lawn, Garage. Phone
Stuart Bynoe 9.11.51—4n

THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence,

Fully furnished. Dial 8357.



THE GLEN, St,
nished apartment
Mr. Peter Morgan,

Lawrence Gap—Fur-
Call 8273.





Hotel" containing 14 bedrooms, bar etc.

Ring 8666. 14.11.51—3n A. E. TAYLOR LTD.,
Coleridge St.
USED BOTTLING EQUIPMENT, cor- Dial 4100.

prising, Liquid 4—wide Universal Bottle











LOST & FOUND

SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS Series HH
8500—8509. Finder rewarded on returning
to Gladstone Bowen, Black Rock



SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series M M
30.1
Maloney, Dash’ Road, Bank Hal.

SS a



making, but she looked out when
she heard the sound of a quarrel.

The canes in the field which she
went only reached to her waist.

Mr. Reece closed the case for
the prosecution after this witness
gave evidence.

Mr. Dear asked the court to
summon Whitfield Mason whom,
he said, witnesses had said had
been on the scene.

Whitfield Mason was asked to,
give evidence. '

Whitfield Mason of Mt. View,
‘near Thicketts, said that on Sep-
itember 9 he was on the right side
‘of Thicketts Road on a wall sit-



LOST



14.11.51—I"







Finder please return to Cecil

4.11. 51—In





ORIENTAL

Bus Swerves to Right
When it got to him. it was car-
rying two men—Beckles whom
‘he knew and the driver whom he

EMBROIDERIES, Etc.

|





THANTrS

Washer; Dixie Model “F" One-man A . Hry. St. :: Dial 3466 |) 5

Hook-up Automatic Filler-Crowner 5 h.p PERSONAL ‘or \ ite es ‘The two eg

Instantaneous Cooler; One Lynn Filter; ; talking. ecklێs was in th r

Wileon, & Cousins Carbonatof, and Two es holding a bicycle while the
lined yeup tanks. &. . driver was driving. The bus

JALEEL — Phone 2331, San Fernando, The pubiie are hereby warned agains

Trinidad. 19.11 d1-64 | giving credit to my wife RITA BLACK- JUST THE THING passed him and went to about the



WHITE BATH TOWELS: 2” x 40”
really &@ good quality $1.20 each reduced
up to Saturday to 3 or $3.40. Kirpalani,



52 Swan Street. 14.11.51—1n} COLEMAN CHESTERFIELD BLACKETT, Cooker with 2 Bolling Burners and He le‘t where he was sitting \{
Rose Hill, an insulated oven. r and went towards the bus. Beckles '
T NOTIC ohiki eee St. Peter. ey bake a Chicken or a cake wit was walking from the front part
AKE E ie SEE IT acesicnidl of the bus towards the ¥ He
i hereb: $s SHO’ . 1
STRUTT'S MACRAME TWINE] wit 'cieai to my wite“ivy povmuL |) “°° Srey ee OS ieee
(nee O'NEALE) as T do not hold myself F :

That W. G. & J. STRUTT LIMITED,
a British Company, Sewing Cotton Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business
address is Arkwright House, Parsonage
Gardens, Manchester, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of Macrame cotton thread, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the l4th day of November
1951, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office

Dated this 18th day of October 1951,

HW. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks






ETT (nee GILL) as I do not hold myself

responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name

unless by a written order signed by me.



responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me
CLAYTON BOVELL,
Checker Hail,
St. Lug?
13.11.51—2n.



The public are hereby warned against
against giving credit to my wife ALBER-
THA MARSHALL (nee BOVELL) as I do
not hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.

BELFIELD MARSHALL,
Allen View,
St. Thomas

14.11,.51—3n ¢ 13.11,51—2n.





TAKE NOTICE

PONDS

That POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY,
United States of America,

ef Delaware,



a corporation organized in the State
whose trade or business address



During the Election period it is an offence —

On Polling Day :—

A compact little table Model Gas

oOoEe—l—eeeee

For the smail Flat telephone post, made a_ slight
“The Junior General”

the wall,

He told me; “Look this man

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



GENERAL ELECTIONS

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE (MISCELLANEOUS
PROVISIONS) ACT, 1951

For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate, —

(a) To make or publish a false statement of fact regarding
the conduct or persona: character of a candidate;

(b) To conspire with another to behave in a disorderly man-
ner at a political meeving with the object of preventing
the business of the meeting;

(ce) To hire, use or play ia any band-of music at a meeting
or in a procession:

(a) To fail to give the Police of the district at least 3 hours
notice of the intention to hold a political meeting.

(a) No intoxicating liquor may be sold or given away on
licenced premises or ai clubs during the hours between
the opening and closing of the poll;

(b) Employers must allow employees a period off of not less
than an hour for voting (even though Thursday may be
a half day).

(c) For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate —

(i) No person may supply, or use any bunting, banners
or flags on any car;

(ii) No person may supply or use any loud speaker or
public address apparatus in any car;

(iii) No person may supply or wear any favour;

(iv) No persons may, without sufficient cause, congregate
within 100 yards of a polling station;

(v) Electors must obey any order of the presiding officer

,who knew of the accident.

Ii

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| MEETING



















swerve to the right and struck |)





a $|60 Hudson Street, New York, S for oF
% eet, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., f
s x the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register n Pe 8 eae efaarss
XX [for the skin, and will be entitled to register the same after one month
i4 xR from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some person shall in the meantime
% x =? gone in eee to me at my office of opposition of such registration
. e trade mark can seen on application at my office.
% FOR ENJOYMENT &1 pated this ist’ aay of November 1951,
% % H. WILLIAMS,
4 THE MONEY-SAVING WAY % Registrar of Trade Marks
¥ NEW and renewed MAHOGANY ¥ 14.11, 51-—3n
% and other Wardrobes, Dresser % - A
robes, Chests-of-drawers a
Linen. Presses—Vanities, Dressing ¥ TAKE NOTICE
8 Tables, Stools, Screen Frames-— .
® Single and Double Bedsteads,
x Separate Side Rails, Laths, Wash- x .
stands ys
% %
. Dining, Kitchen and Fancy x
@ Tables, Sidcboards $17 up, China,

Kitchen and Bedroom Cabinets
—Larders, Waggons, and many
other things

L.S, WILSON

SPRY



a



Real Estate

The most satisfactory
method. of selling your
property is through an
established firm of
Agents.

JOHN
v4.
Bi ADON

& Co.

A.F.S, F.V.A.
have the reputation
for results

Phone 4640 Plantations Ltd.





or ~~
SIT = SS

That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, a corporation “organized in the State
of Delaware, United States of America, whose trade or business address is
60 Hudson Street, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of toilet
and cosmetic products, and will be entitled to register the same after one Month
from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark can be seen on application at my office.

_ Dated this 1st day of November 1951 ae
Registrar of Trade Marks
: 14.11,51—30

TAKE







ot



That POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY,
Delaware, United States of America,

or constable, and if necessary, form a queue;

(vi) No person in any public sade polling building .or
road passing within 100 yards of the polling station
may attempt to influence a voter, or ascertain for

14,11.61+3n.

whom he is voting.

a corporation organized in’ the State
whose trade or buginess address is

00 Hudson Street, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., has .applied for







| That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY
of Delaware, United States of America
| G0 Hudson Street, New York
the registration of a trade im:
and cosmetic products, and wil
| from the 14th day of November
| give notice in duplicate to me
j The trade mark can be seen ©
sf
{

a corporation

|
|
organized tn the State |
whose trade business address is}
for has applied for |
respect of toilet
me after one month |
: all in the meantime
yosition of such registration
tt
H. WSLLIAM® i{
istrar of Trade Ma» if
i@ 51 Br (Us a











Dated this ist da of

Part “A” of Register n respeet of creams

the registration of a trade mark

for the skin, and ru be to register the same after one month
from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some p@rson shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate te me at

The trade mark ean be seen on appiteation at my office
Dated this Ist day of November 1951

my office of o of such registration.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
14.11.6180

FOR BEST QUALITY GROCERIES
And
PROVISION ATEMS
.

We advise you to pay a visit to US
before going elsewhere.
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URDER TRIAL |

says he was going to kill me and
now he has killed himseif and
run,” he said, Beckles then went
walking with his bicycle towards
Skeete Hill.

The bus was damaged and was!

on the right side of the road. The
fare register had come off.

Flavius arrived about this time
end shouted for murder! He went
and saw a man lying on the wall,
his right foot being squeezed by
the running board of the bus.

Crowd Gathers

A crowd came and removed
him. His clothes were soaked
with blood. He was unconscious,

To Mr. Reece he said the dis-
tance from the place where he
had been sitting to the spot where
the bus crashed was about
yards.

He did not see when Beckles left
the rear seat. From his position
he was unable to see what was
happening inside the bus.

He knew Lilian McClean and
shortly before the bus passed he
saw her turn into the canes. After
the crash Begkles talked to Mc-
Clean and himself. McClean had
come out of the canes as soon as
the crash occurred.

To Mr. Dear he said he went
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Aussies Win First Test By 3 Wkts

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951











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! amadhin Gives Harvey, Bowie
Graham Hole is considered with with those 14 rur nted, far ty legeside
» un y os runs wanted, I hyson Bow from him on the leg-side and
. « > > reason to be one of Au tralia 8 wickets to fall and Valentin Jo 2 wled Saas thatthe dashed tor the sine} ah l
Ww mag promising younger batsmen owing wo an Jobmeon, “Walan- Onge again it wap negative and hing fun as Walcott uprested the Individua
Tl lan oO in Arch a *kson. Hi ‘ie with tine aS per ting in bowling @® once again Ramadhin struck im- Stumps for souvenirs. Australia|
Oe Soe ee ene =. the off-stump with a full off-side mediately after such refusal—he kad won by three wickets
steady assurance keeping his ! : ‘ F y ;
i. defensive shots well down and out “©,¢-—despite the fact that this bowled Johnson with a ball that tne scores were
* » 24° of reach of the ready hands of P°licy had obviously been wel- carried from his pads to the leg W.L, Ist Innings — 216 1 y
Xhibition—5F Whts, ceahecea es, if Sc otek" ir sowie BC $I, Matas” Jocss — nataaeaeitaes me PY A
- he felt he shad the situation under G!*ed 5s eon ‘ight. AUSTRALIA 3nd INNINGS
From HAROLD DALE control. Both Valenti a Ramedh However the West Indies might «. Archer b Gomes. a a :
BRISBANE, Noy. 13. neds ee ee Ra eni. opened with maiden cvers. Ai be dismissed as losers they per- ee ile ma = Made by Wolfgang Brothers this famous brand
; ote , , : ne ’ arvey with his "aK. ter interruption of their pistently struck back and clung Harve : 42
t lec aT, ¥ 7 oe 2 , : ter interruption of their concen- Sistently struc Harvey b Ramadhin :
Australia’s defeat of the West Indies in the First Test match It was an electrifying feat since tition by the lunch — Se Sok “enaaemadesy Cheedae. Sities’ b Valentine 4 is renowned for correct taste and in our
at Brisbane was largely the outcome of the failure of the Haryey had looked unshakable | \ haboiniin: “ora on rvill Ring came in, slashed a straight Hole net out “4
islanders to appreciate the true mettle of an Australian ang “ ee oS been cOn- vccustom themselves once again drive for two aff Ramadhin, f Jonson b Ramadhin "9 present stock there are no two alike. This will
fi Test Team. Although they had had warning in the Queens- “(ye eee ee tor 42 — From Valentine’s second over Whacked another two through the Ring not out . ; ; aT :
: With Harvey gone for 42 } ‘ 3, ‘ ad sper Extra - sive you just that touch of individuality you |
land state game they persisted in a curious attitude—with five wickets for 149 the Australian Hole lifted a half hit offside covers, and snatched a eens | & : Jus si le jd
i few exceptions—that Australians could be beaten by some- crowd in their own vernacular aoe and the eager, Goddard oer Gane ide “ - Total (for 7 wickets) 236 | gies
1 a + 4 nf ae P ine te “were % ive the game leap up and sideways to 4 5 ie oO > bowler 2 ar- ss bE | . ‘
hing ‘ ‘ rickeo thie > Wes . were ready to give the game ¢ , ; ore ROWLING ANALYSIS
ti thi g a than the best cricket of which the West Indies is away” but now Hole having chance that was still yards away T!ved at the other end almost as ? Se a ‘
capable. studied the bowling began to from him. Then came a coupk quickly as the ball. Gomez 7. % S z
% It was a fatal and quite un- reach out. Ray Lindwall at the of snicked singles and Johnson _, The scorers drew level when Valentine are one ft]
b warranted miscalculation. God- ‘ other end took two square cut faced Ramadhin who hit his pad: Ring forced a single through the p27 t 4 9 9 5] From
gard-strove against it by example boundaries off Valentine and Hole to the accompaniment of a tre- covers off Valentine and Hole b. 3; Lb. 11; nb. 1 |
p and. precept but ‘tenia after seas began to score forcefully and mendous appeeling shout from f2ced the bowling. Off his sec-
had to watch his batamen thr surely through the coveys. It was, Walcott for Lb.w ond ball he pushed one away

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S. RAMADHIN

beggars scattering twenty dollar
notes but stil chase Australia tu
the narrow margin of three tail-
enders’ wickets. From that point
of yiew it was an impressive
showing but when one _ looks
back there are — in the memory
too matiy mistakes.

In every. cricket match there
are “if onlys’ but in the West
Indies performance there were
400 many of them.

Australia has not reached its
paramount position by sheer ac-
cident or mere luck. They have
reached the top by design and
concentration — concentration
that never wavers that never
willingly concedes an inch of
advantage.

The West Indies must face

them the same way.

The result was close enough to

encourage big crowds at Sydney
and Melbourne and there with
the ball coming through more

quickly to batsmen the islanders

should begin to make big scores
expected of them and on that
basis — of unwavering attention
to the matter in hand and full
use of their undoubted high
skill, they can begin to build
their eventual success. Nothing
in this game should diminish
their hope. They have only to
remember that the Australians
face you on a cricket field with
steel not paper hats and balloons.

Once again the West Indies just
failed to fasten their grip on vic-
tory in the exciting morning’s
play.. The early dismissal of Mor-
ris followed by Miller and Harvey
seemed to promise that they might
snatch a last minute win in the
byt Graham Hole came
to score steadily at a _ critical
moment and at lunch Australia
needed fourteen runs to win with



single off the next ball and Mor-
ris came back to offer a tip tilted
hall yards short ef Goddard but
the impossibility of the catch did
not prevent the West Indies cap-
tain making a heroic dive

Ramadhin started briskly by
rapping Harvey smartly on the
pads and once again it could be
seen that his pace through the air
and nip off the pitch was pre-
senting the Australian pair with
far more of a problem than his
partner's more orthodox methods.

Morris took a four off Valen-
tine’s next over and then Harvey
attacked Ramadhin driving him
to the caver boundary and
sWinging him round to fine ley
for two.

Marshall's fine’ fielding and
throwing was the feature of this
stage of the game as the score
crept slowly higher.

Brilliant Catch

In the next over Ramadhin
suddenly produced a ball almost
twice his usual speed, Morris
crouched amazed as the ball
hurtled at him and _ rattled
across this legs. The l.b.w.
appeal was refused but the
next ball from Ramadhin was
almost at the same pace. This
time Morris cut it low and hard
into gully but Gerry Gomez flung
himself down rolled over and
threw up the ball in triumph.
Three for 126 Morris 49.

This was a great advance for
the West Indies but another suc-
cess was in store. Miller joined
Harvey and in endeavouring to
limit his great vitality and natu-
ral hitting to the needs of the

situation ihe played several
cramped strokes—one appeal for
Lbow. to Ramadhin was an

immensely confident shout but the
umpire shook his head, After
ompiling a streaky four with
Harvey still scoring from spas-
modiec but sound strokes at the
other end Miller came to face

Valentine.
Miller Out

There was a sound of a click
and Miller bent down picked up
the ball and threw it back to the
bowler. Then the walked back to
the pavilion amid a great gasp
of surprise from the crowd. He
had been bowled off his pads but
the typically individual Miller
resture had somewhat obscured
he issue for a moment. Four for
143—Morris and Miller gone for
in addition of 35 runs—it was the
price any team on earth would
heerfully pay, and West Indies
Opes rose,

Hole joined Harvey and the
eldsmen closed in on him until
two silly mid-offs a gully and two
lips were all within six yards of



shoulders—it had been on almost
everybody else’s at one time or
another, so violently had ithe for-
tunes of this struggle swung
from side to side.

After a difficult beginning to
Valentine, Johnson skied a_ shot
desperately, Stollmeyer and Mar-
shall ran like men possessed but
still the ball fel] in front of them
while the batsmen ran two.

Hole twice involuntarily played
Ramadhin with his pads but the
next ball he square drove with
grand confidence for four.

At the other end Johnson after
flinching from two balls which to
touch would have been fatal
suddenly lifted over the bowler’s
head for a four that was within
inches of being a six. Now 22
runs were needed to win, Four
of them came when Hole lashed
Ramadhin round to the square
leg boundary. Then came a leg
bye as Hole swung above the
ball. It was still possible for the
islanders to snatch victory from
this astonishing game but Hole's
eonfidence and command was
reducing their chances every min-
ute he stayed there, Neat singles
took the score to 222 for six
wickets at lunch, Hole not out 38,
Johnson not out 7, extras 15.
Valentine had bowled 37 overs
for 111 and had taken one wicket,
Ramadhin 37—8—82—4.

After Lunch

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WF.DSKSDAV. NOYFMBER II. i-.-.i BAUBAH-ts U>V and he T.*s has told the couit that the Mld h w MUite well. bus was going -long Thicketts A P !" 10 ' *>** hud been ( he s;.w Becklei Jumping brn *i (mm the left side of the "€ pan whue .i.rn.ini: toward it far the driver over driver'! cage for sometime be' % %  ck,r * r ni t Mr, Reece. he said that I rom where the 'bus first stopped and told him I have taken about seven aaa*s*ancg ninutes to reach the point where K*i t was damaged ner he had got on • Flavlus Mason of Thu-etU said i>ireclr. ••qrattiinatMn • %  i a said when she wu goi coming alontt the ro.id When the bus she saw a man .HI.I Ij... I I ihl* Christmas rush. I i ting oui other he was lit ,hr % %  ** ''' : '" **• • ;">d Philip, i the seat near the driver over fOtsal In the dire.-\ orr and had not been replaced, tion of the rear aeat. Soon after nad ra,u Thr height of the that the bus crashed. c **f w s four '***. "ve inches. Yesterday was the second day ," c no,l ei ">'"od on the rtnvthe case was going on and it concr %  seaI on lh back of the cage tinues to-dav when Mr W W ann sevcral other small splashes. Heece. K.C.. Solicitor General for Al ,ne beginning of his crossthe prosecution and Mr. J. S. B. """"'""-'on. Mr. Dear produced Dear, senior counsel for Beckles a ,maIi - ni \"tion part of a "bus will address the jurv comprising the driver's seat, cage On the flrst dav of the case. Dtand lwo P** cn *ers' seats. In Cato who performed the post niwt f. 1O Mr Drar 0 N ' " d • -semination on Cumber,na "\ e l !" ' ,,i, when U %  %  %  1 Thtinti ici of Chrtt*raat is day. The p %  • POM I. Welwyo p rticularb; m the Lilian 11 anlrdai nl Hill Road on bean tweai i aeh TinOen %  . .'..l Mi A I Al] | who performed the puai ; ..,. [. examinailoi N .ittribu• | i %  r.ul the bus f.. %  iwith the laci ii. Mi N Cam i. vci i| %  (|, ^cing towai .1 I asked lim what happene-l ami he loM ng had happene the bell that something %  thi n said rou did n i bear I rang U> I in loo lu to ursi :t In ..II -ht.-alf Highways and Transport, was ina next wltneei to give evidence On Septembei 9 he went to Thickets and saw I,',"' ...ii^i the "bus P-175. He examined it. Aii. v n In "lo.-h ihi eve -in be i B otrnen on the ,l "' ""* l ts '" pert where f ,,,: | Meaatt would like ., ^, m was usu.M t,, inewei postmen % %  I rMdtiepped by the bus but Beckles call on hi* ici rke'i pcotnptlj and to poet early Mi .-.iciH.t ii •* %  a %  i uiuu he) % %  twtinnik bet and al Aneibei i HeClean | i i> th^ bus. Leeeu Paaeae] : %  %  i away hi It.-ll Kineing %  %  \ ksng Daaaed, nopped %  short woul led and drove on. When ha future and he would get in a to the bus he n ueea UMl COUlSkM befon I P 175 "Private" Was "Cumberbatcfi .ic would rep u. it around the bus ml ,„ K (liiv %  • h(1 MW e e man lymg cn Ihl 1 he would be the last man .'..i iturdai ii. ip me .(,,,.....,.Register Missing with this man'A man nl The fare register was missing Cr'fB'h rsune I i oiining ^ot board and right front fenil. were damaged. The right front mi wheel was burst. The right lioni upright wa* broken though not rj pletely. It was more or It %  nets an clearly adand stamps put a 'he ( i ighl hand corner the Pofct "tamping mm %  in h more rapid]] The l^tst Master asks cyclists i LnfUUJ th.-u bk-yeh** HI Pott Office. IVople ure invited to colic.' %  •..ii i .r %  %  they re.. iv. ih. gefirery rrrtaa. WOND£RFUI TRIP that's how thouumd esperiencsd Iraweler* dc ..be I'lii, fli 9 hl Two Convicted VIA lime, Ik'ckles was silting In the 'rom its usual position and there took the man from the position I blood e said "* %  T"* el for Heckles. v. en i onvu < i bj Mi % %  b uiuui . %  o| His %  I..i er. when |tc. kit's .i Ir.ving. he said to Curabartettch, "you i-^.^sSpiVM: :£Sasr we out i-m on ti-c euard wall you report me > u w,n "'" llv '" no meul or wood The mans clothes were stained P< %  " "' '"' nney buses The, vrerg .-o-. m the cage of the with DlooU He unbutton.,i hU " *'"•* '" "-"' %  Deal • Bush Hall Si I eering column and lurl and noticed a wound In hH ,ha Cumberbatch would mal i U\ Deal ami Mr Oeorae Farm* ear wcr *' ol broken. The bonchest from which blood was oozoeeanonal answer hut he wa< '.' net was slightly damaged, on the .ng. A hot* was in th %  hi. ( He did nnislec,. Hi •) M ,lb/n nr.ii where iho tab eaj Ocslden c.rov.He did „ot i .c ven days or H days' Imprisonllecklet returned and he told the time. The first witness to give evlri j>' *'de. v was Cecil O'Neal. rom the top of the bus to the Cecil O'Neal of River Road Ju o( ,n l a e was onr toot our In *' "•" wenl to Lawyer Farmer to \I mnger of the General > nrh es. The disUnee between two get a telephone message He then Bus Co.. Ltd.. said Beckles was "•>' was on ' nd a ha nc € l I ^P td <-'"'berbatch three Urnei red al his company for about From the driver s seat to the left on the same side where the wound ,, ,;,.. upright of the cage was one foot was and said "Cuniberbatcir ton Cumberbatch was bv-s """^""f-,.,.. ,. Cumberbatch! 1 reported you weU t the Company for about „ . . fTL J! T.fh through the canes and how ts ll that on September 9 he got on the vou are here? hus P-175 as a passenger going to Soon after another bua canw Marchfield, St. JPhilip. Cumbera 1( i took away Cumberbutch. batch was the driver and Becklc< rammed, lie raid he km ^ the conductor. Janu-s Gilfflth before that day unonVciai While in the "bus stand, a Pn d he also knew his son. Later ConstltUtl n the day ha raw the son then Lilian Mar-le Thicketts plantation i three to four yei 11 atcfa and Beckles were worfdng toflether on the St Philip rctlte about a year. The bus P—175 sometimes stayed in St. Philip instead of the Company's garage, and made the first trip ^ u B< Philip. A Complaint Qawn'i Gdlege Lad] labourer of Both ca'cs were brought b> iid rheknes* r i' ***** itteehed to iru Branch, Central Station. Chnndln I his offence Of) v ber 20. Masslah had I 'bus stand, a passenger caused ihe bel. to ring while getting in. Cumbertw'ch who was in his seat started the 'bus. Another woman D i.l .o College, o" shouted lo Cumberbatch and told Th "v^,, l 'iS h e" that the conductor was no i^^JP* On September 0 about 7 a.m was at the bus oflice at Nelsoi hi Street Heckles came to him and i n his seat and Cumberbatch remade a complaint about Cumberversed the 'bus back to the batch. stand. "He (old me", he said, "that he Uwklas went to one of the 'bus lurned on the light the night inspectors in tha stand and mad* P l of ,"|J **fr pntir1 before to make out his way bill a statement. Cumberbatch went i.l I'limberbatch turned off the to the inspector and asked, "If it It hi Three times this turning were time to leave and you were on and off cent on. He held his in your seat and heard the bell hand and Cuinb-rbatch scratched ring what would you do?" The him in his face." He looked at inspector did not answer >* and saw a weal oi his left ch.ck Quarrc; Itegins When Cumberbatch brought the Cumberbatch and Beckles went the station three quartan back to the bus and Cumberbatch "__"__£ *_ "^ of .in hour later, he spoke lo him. eventually drove off the 'bus. ''Beckles came up and contraWhile the 'bus was going on dieted what Cumberbatch !',i me." Beckles began to quarrel with he said. "I told both of them lo Cumberbatch. He told him that Savage yeateri %  in t.' iej i Road, i the College at 10.30 .. n l oJ Savage was met by Mrs. K. KanFisherman Speak* dell. Headmistress of Queen's James Griffith, a flsherm.ui of (nlli.,. h i % %  %  %  %  was at home the College. B. He was looking Lady Savage tlrsl visited the through the window when he saw Science block where she saw the a bus. He heard a crash and lookgirls at work. She than went lo inn IIVIH the canes, he saw the 'he Junior School nml chatted of the bu*. with pupils and UMl %  that he as' ''• Main School .she saw .isted Mason with Cumberbatch 'he work of some pupils Others along with Mason lifted had n chat with some of nan Is him to the bus. Hi-foi,. leaving the College I. Me .msw-red to Mr. Dear when %  ?**••* Wil5 presented l tross^xamineil that he has a son Head girl of the College. Dotnamed Whitrleld. His wire owned hv King %  id that morning neither Heartburn? JPAA MADE IN U.K. The Perfection oi Confection •ALttas p*m rorrgg LTD. MLM woma LONDON. W.S :.it. I bold Buckles l-> rencar! before anyone could respect him fc ^ v f n, j 1 what he had told me. Be.-k'es did he had to respect himself. i 1 asked Cumberbatch "1 Inve in St Philip and have whethei it ware iiue. He told me often driven on this 'bus and cow e son nor the cow ware at home to the bus alter the crash, he saw Whitileld u short distance away standing. Howling Payne, a carpenter of ita Mill. St. Phihp. was thi Oils And Pats Talk> Qped Trtdnv tness to give avlde te^of the Oils it ... r-i ii .\i-ii%  .. % %  iir MI ni"illM min "H uiu .-....... not and 1 told him to let have heard them quarrel manv "'•"'"'• I I %  %  yesterday. He was al home when enea, un'' %  rRM the bus crashe reached the pointed lo consider (he terms Of! n was resting on the nearany new agree..,, %  ,< which I wall. entered Into when the existing a Bootrnan who now lives agreement expires at ll and M U Eagle Hall but who was living August 1952. at Thicketts on September 9. said ^__^M^_^^* rhe was at Dowllng Payne's when -a,-*.*!" ,,m*^m stems MONEY STOLEN At the hm dgn of scidiry, luck two Krniiic, one after the Other Ai ihey dmnlvc. their antadd ingicdimtt mt carried by your %  liva itraight to where they're needed in your •tomath. %  fan after mesh need never worry you %  yam, if you carry a few Kennies (they're wrapped tersratcly like iwecu) in your r-**c' "' hsndhsg. If il>ey don" onng y>u relief. h't nme Ma w y.Kir ikxtor. t ;-t Htaasai ** ny i baaasl KENNIES NEW YORK Non-stop service by the kj %  ill I'reiulenV" Of vtl San I IM I | popular,money-uvlog"i:i i EUROPE Regular -rjx -r by gbnl .'kcl '', % %  ill tstteit ratkaen-to PartL Kn|oy sSOBOveri in Viin'und. lirIsnd. Venezuelo Frequent flights to all BMOI dd by swift Canvair :>pe Cuppers. PAN AMERICAN and before she she saw Beckles. lr,s Wldemei, a i"I asked him who he was." sue SfO, I Flat, paradise Beach Club, aid. "and he told me. he was thd reported to the Police that J8t onductor of the bus. In reply to in WP-I Indian currency, $33 in %  L, .mi he hod not got hurt Amciican currency, 40 cents lr ind thai there were ro jassenger^ coppei and silver and live I n the bu. Tlie driver, he said, ling cheque* worth $50 each driver said "hoi! coma had run through the cajjes. I asked drawn on the 1 told Wlnfleld to go and why he anil Ihe driver were runNew York, were stolen d —• 11.00 [i.in On Hand club lit ^ what he wanted. While Winning as no one had be.-n injure I field was going 1 heard Beckles and only the bus damaged. I tolJ SunAc and r, < *~in \\h',i;ivi\i; SERVICE %  SSWB, -ill IH. I b*i< Una Mil .. i %  .. "Burns" Dies At Todih ; %  www i ftflflivwwftrvww %  %  FOR BEST RESULTS %  %  USF %  ; „ %  PURINA i mm s -2 m IN IHE C HECKbR BOA RD BAGS %  „ %  H. Jaion Jones & Co., Ltd—Duj'ibutor, *nj J WWWtfWWI sV VrVWWrVWFeVsfi %  the world's greatest Lighters at your Jewellers V. De LIMA A. (O.. Ml) W STRIKE A NEW NOTE! TUNE-UP •i 7YU£nnwimuj'A Snwia> Statio/t dionvi og: "Jiva SiaA Vyiota/unq tjuwinst J'OJttl fiaAiA and lyres Charles MrEnearnev e & Co.. Lid. OfllC! 4491 WOUKSHC.' 4;0J PAIIS DIM 4473 NIGHT 4125 U iili***A Here's the sure and certain way to conquer them. 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Ucvon 4 Duof Saloon with alidlnd roof Oawi-Wtw. n deafS) JIM"recent.> Slleo battery and new lyre* Puce l.4*f Telephone asst ll ll SI—an NOTICE I Vl-M OF aT LBC1 ABBUralloiui for on* or manvacant i.ition. tenable at 1M PM7 Skhool will DO received b M ft latat <•< Win in" Candidate* in n.jiiMriwd i.numatancoa. and aot lew in., eight and not '"oie than twelve •.an of a** forma of application matt he nrilHiid from the Fai-rhlal Tir"i.r on eaVe dav. A Baptuanii Certificate mi> at ec ion. pony each application Cand-datet mu.t praaant tkernaelvee to not Mnd heeaelf la accept I lh H dnuwta* tor r*minann on Mor.[day llih in't at lo o'rtar* a m Mra llanarhall. Tala| -.1 Pre ran lUiIM Co IT. II. . OfBjdj Appl, 11 P H 11 %  On < Al OfM ( in..*-. Mm OUO m„aa A I. Word %  Monla OKI-.d. only 4^00 .d owpor iMum TAKE NOTICE WRINKL-SMED %  .),< .Itilv Mai>U"d under %  Viraini. OnlUd Koa Hador bual. ; a MM ..ppllad for tU* r mark in Part A %  Ulcd to radiator tha aatn* I4U) da. OS ovambar IffPl unla-a oetro paraon hal %  • %  . i.plxnltMHi of auch •%  "•-'* "' ba pMn OH owUealKin al M "fP-a Ilntrd "'I' S *"V " f Ha-rapuWf ltl 11 WIU IVriatT.>r nl Trode Uar u ii i la CA* ho.n It H I' Paitact cotidlUon HHII I .1 it 0t* mile* %  ! Not drua.i Mar > M I" 11. Tiaatad - oniy ctii-l Huol ba lath and Jilt an to ba appratiaUd Ai>p>) Couttaay Garaaa For padujiaU.al and full parucuifr. ELECTkit-AL WASII(NO MACHINE* and Vi ClXAhKRS-Ai^mat ahiprnanl Wwld famoua HuoVlJt VaaMi rbintM and Vacuum Claonan h arriv>d Call aorlv at K H It Co Ud and aav* dlaappoii Uaahmc Machine HM 0. ClVMUff p.W Dial PUT : .'. i i. At CO LTD b I TOUCH BATTEatKM Wlnfha*t k.l bottaiy mad. in U A Nd .vaitabla at Knii.ta Ltd tla I i. t*.i i n application to ph> "rNa not lor luithor pattlauUia and eandltlen* •t aala. appl. to fOTn* CATFOHD CO III Ml. Rridlatown A FrtNPi Paia S •*> %  Tie til ttumc Beckle^. On September 9. about now he has killed him*en •JO .m., th w f gotnc alont run." he mud. IW-kies HHB when she went into %  walKnni with hi I ,nes. While mere -hv BfWjtd HilL he-rri what pounded like a bum The bi ilonc the nurd. Wtii-n I heard it I eaied u| one .ind uw Be lady. *oil tee thi* man bring me here to kiM me. He and I had "wordt" thi. morning.'" i ii N gal l li *i IVIMIII the right tide of the litre reguter had come ufl Flaviua arrived about tnu. time of tha> MlU huuled for murder! He went indnwi man l>..ig <. tr* wall., hit right fool being squeezed by I & board of the bua. Crowd Gathers A crowd came and removed n d him. His clothes w*re soaked ou with blood. He wat uncoi To Mr. Reecc he said the ditgfl the place where he had been sitting to the sp->* the bus crathed wat about 17J Car CorrfM L'p ,.><& %  He did not *e when Heckle* leli A MI i.ame acroti and he told ^^ nai „,,, jrrom hit posiUon %  %  '..v\;tv. Altl.ea "atM4... Id \ % %  t> Kepi N^ 10 Dae Aril.** t-U. Kerbadx Barb.da. • N Dec If Dec Ittl IlKll Maalreal LADY NELSON" 11 Dae lt3 4 Jan the driver tlia; he wanted a teleM unable to awe what wan S The undaraNT ad will nflar for aala al Public iompatlli.in al ihrir oAVa No II. HMth aarr.1. Btldaatown. on Pridav tha of Wova n dw i ItBI. at I p m CTHEa of land Htuatat Wilaon | prof"" John. -aiti. tha atono and tlmbai dwailli.aiHxiar lhata..i called MANrifiJi" Tha houaa tonUina Varondah. r>ra*lna and Dimni Rooma 1 Bedroom* with i' iu.in -alat in eorh. Kitchen, tollal and bath, and Electrk-llv nwUlled fninertlon on arpltealron M Mr rVrelIIELP Dial iithar partH'iU" .1 .... .1,1 SHARES 110 Welt India Id (>iurd lo yU.il l M Webb. Phone 4te I Mil HIM pnone message to the Bus Com^.upemiig; mide the bua. BBB7< He knew Lilian McClean Tha man who wa driving the ,\ iVI \\ y before the \>m passed he tU or Hotel Berwicntocar asked him what had become saw her turn into the canes After j saUir end ahnee in 0 f „. driver and he answered the cr;ih Heckles talked to Merr^in wVt.ng' A X I 1 1 Ue driver had gone througn n?an and hims-lf. McClean had jo Bo aw. Bttds*I the ranes. They lef. there. come out of the canes aa soon at | She was going on when the |] ured. Dear he said he want GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AfenU. ^HARRISON LINE OCTWARD F-tOM THE UNITED KINGDOM _,. in-o.ru a cry of Murder' Murder! To M VIAZA r.ir.ATRE|She returned and saw the driver ir. District "C Ioltec lUtkMl 'heard S S UNAIUA" S.S. -PLAMEH' S.S. • %  VACTOHtl.ibaaaaa ply by latter and . he office of CARIgBEAN THEATRES LTD The Bony ana" Bay •-treat. T^waen the hom. dtiit and 11 noon. % %  • or belota No*."iber St'.n The uc,| applicant n.uat lake up hia dutle. 41h All appltcationa Iraalcd Strata eondent 4 11 tl-1" St leaning on Flavius Mason. The tame day and gave a siatcrm ir. dnveg's stomach was covered with PC. Mugarv who took blood". In vritaBfl I He signed the siateShe said she dncw a boy called ment. He never gave evidence m Whitfteld Mason. Thai morning that case, Good refe retire •era* legal Arm Adyoenta AdU tl at-Sn MISCFIJ.ANEOUS HOUSES MECHANICAL TAKE NOTICE That AVomr tXmPAIIT a corpseJIFMI ni-sanlaed under the Ia ..f the %  DStsauV* t'nlted State, of Amrfiea. wboar trade or buaineaa • 1110 Spring Cia'den Stteet. 1-hiiad.rprHa, Per.r.rrKanla, Ul A. and Street, Sam Franelaro. Cnlifoev g.A Waaufaaaatari h applied tradr nuita In reeiM ed •PSSin i ibllraaa .111 be entitled 1. hnxnter O^ • | ,... n th from lha 14U1 da . i .-. glee notice In duplicate "ttV" of opnnallion nf tut' IfgdH n atb eai %  PTillratlon at I Dated thla lat day of November IM1 11 WILLIAMS Krflittar of Trade Mnrka 11 11 SI 3. •Bint tank, sold Dkal 4UH. 11 11 SI—In Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minutes MISCELLANEOUS /.fTIQUBB — Of every description Cuaa. China, old Jewel., one Silver Waterromura Early boo*.. Mapa. AutoCi-pha etr at OotTlngea Antique Shop ad(uining Hoyal Yacht Club 1 I0.SI--I f n AEHoaot. FLV SPHAV Ibipldlv Irovi ll.ee, Moaqulloa etr 3 KNeOllTS LTD 14 II SI Mgll a Roll. Mnn-Proof renrmg J Meah %  tl high Approaimalcly JSt t\ Ring SaSS 14 11 91 m USED IKiTTLINt; Eql'IPMENT. < lirlMipg. liquid 4—Old* Unl\ar Couilm Carl-.n-n.r and T Knamal-ltnad Sirup lankl 8 JAIJ-CI. Phono SMI. San Pemani Trinidad 11 II 11WSBBCV, SL %  • K-. rm rat' 1 %  J.aodarmTirtll' In hlna. Cm. king. Hwrnina. An -, SIKfWft .. .Jtt gl" oajy uae tbey do Bel %  %  %  K'ld l-an.iriinti-eil lo jjlvn you lear, nManeilva, amoutn akin %  i. -. oryteaney bse* on rei'irij • I ainptv pa.kaga. net guaranteed Niaooorm fr.,myour cl.oaiUt t<-ia> an-i Nlxoderm ^RT, ror Shla Troaklai u.-ubi. Pains in Bad Gone in 3 Hours WHITE BATH TiiWEl* at %  4" rally a fnod quality Si M arh intii.fi ip to Saturda,to 1 or S3 4 Klrpolanl ii II N u FONTAJ4APA. Ma>* imiahed Including lafrl none, from December I Appn to Browne a C .11 Caeet fMUy I geralnr a M IW IMh. Ittl n 41 Swan Bl I 14 11 M-tnl noTTLEB Ctr. %  B pat doten I While Park Road i amply nip botUaa al (liver Colonade Htoiei. II 11 *1—4 f n itivi a ror M HOMESTEAD—Upper Brlmemt Rood Two iHdrmiini. dining mom. altllng raoni. gallery, all convenience* Apply wttaUn II 11 S1-*. ROSBDALB-Marine Oarden.. Halting. nf.iiu.hrd 4 bedroom*, large drawing 111 ir I pa, Tei.nl. Lawn, Oarage Phone %  110 Mra Htuart ynor> '1 SI ~4n LOST swu-i-ariAKJ: Ticiorra a-.aa HH Uta aard) rn.de. rewarded on returning to aiadttone Bowtn. Black R"k 14 II 51-li. AKE TICKET Benee M M plance return lo Cadi Road Bank Hall THE GLEN. St Lawrence Oaa— Purrfaascrl Call STTJ ir Peter Morgan. • Hotel is ii si-an mown 'Berwick pad %  i .i. TAYlAlR LTD Coleridge St Dial 41".' PERSONAL : v RLA.'K triK-tlng ,m\ debt or debt. In no nan* linlea. bv written order ilgned bv me COLKMAN ClirSTERrePI I) B1ACKETT TAKE NOTICE STRUTTS MACRAME TWINE That W a J 8TRUTT I.IMrrEI). a nrttlah Comp.ni Sewing Cnllmi M...111fr.cturera. >hua trade or auanteaa ..ddreu |a Arkwrlght Hnu-ap r.non*giGarden*, Mambeeter, Eagland. hai %  i>plled for I he reglatrnliun of u trade man In I'art "A of Hrgnler in leaprrl "' Marrame cotton thread, and will be month from Ihe 14th day ,.l N,.„,.-e1PM. unleea aorae> paraon ahall in the mranlimi' glVw notlie In .lupin ate to me rn^ ofRce o' epfioallu-n of luch regi. Ir-Uon Thr trade naaik can be aeen on ..{•rllcaUnn al m. ofaVe Dated thli IMh day of Ortnbrr IS51 H VMM IA.MS R*l*trar of Trade Marks 14 II M J. .. .11 Buffer terrible, ant dull wearing down a.boa %  idea, ran m*!n* ',|'ow"n aabaa la bno* ar t net rid af thaaae wtak ordlnarr inedicin-a bat kill the car in. In pour ass I hereby warnei He(1NEAI.I r-.MH-.6le foi %  H-III^I any d nkata by a wi ijn:.i la %  Ben 1 1 bl or debll in my nnf ,,..-. .: I Cl-AYTUN IIOVEI.I Charker Hail (IIIIIMtl soi VI:\IHS I'llllnANT1QIES. JEWELS. CARVWOS EMBR.)IIERIE8. Elr. TIIAM-S Fr. III. Hr>. l %  : DW MM JUST THE THING "Tha Jaaler Oanar.r A cprnpaci little table Model Oaf artSh 1 imiliitg BHrteSfS and un liMulatrd nvrn Cat bake Cblcken or a cake will. W.T. IT At yUt Q AS SHOWROOM. K-. SI • lie ,jw him tilting on a low wall near the place where the accident had stcciirred. He held a row which was grazing. When BTP> WBI gpeaking to Beckles she did not notice WhiiiUld. She told Mr. Dear that it was not quite %  minute when she wan In the canes before she heard the bus. She was about 12 feet within tiie cane field. She was not afraid of the sound tha but was aklng, but she looked out when of ThicketU Boa.1 on a Wall tilting down. The numl er Wgj P—1:5 Bus Sw rvrs t Right When it got to him i\ was car1 VO men—Bee-Hies whom he knew and the driver who m he aid not know. The two men werts Iftlkll I Heckles was in the rear Mat h % %  Idlng a bicycle while the driver was driving. The bus" passed him and went to about the> post, made a alight iw'rv. lo the rigtii and struck the wftlL He le'f where he was sitting %  Ad went towards the bua. Beckles wa walking from the front part jof th# but towards Uw back. Ho Itook otit Ihe bicycle ant* told hm*J i.ike it hr>me for himHe tuld me: -'lok this man He Mid a van driver whom he %  know came to him and asked him whether he who knew of the accident. Ho said 'yes' and the van driver had taken him to the court. He was not asked to give evidence. In the statement he had given, he aaid that Beckles had l^en in Ihe rear seat when the bus 1 gaaa| ATTENTION ATTENTION HEAL ESTATE rou are interested in sellobuying real estate of description you should DARCY A. SCOTT, Real Estate Agent of Magazine Lane, t 11.51—3n. atrj s b S.S. ASI'KONOMFiT' TRADER"* Due From Leacea Barbaooi HUi Nov. JOth Nov. "(O.h Nov. 3rd Dec. Newport 4 24th Nov. Hth Dee. Glasgow 30th Nov '.th Det Liverpool 30th Nov. I4tl. Dee. HOMEWARD FOR THE 1N1TED KINGDOM Closes In Vessel For %  PB^SBSM SS. "STATESMAN" For further InfonnaUon apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-Af ent. ThStlMM Bfs heirbv -jined agalml agaln.t giving credit I" mv wl'e ALBERTHA MA1CSHA1J. inee HOVELLi aa I do not hold myself mponalble for her Of anvone elM contracting any debt 1" debta in my name unleaa by a wrttten id< nrjjiri i MAItSIIAIJ.. ADaS View. St Thotnal liacri Paint. Las Pain*. Lumbagi Maadachaa. Diiilnaaa. Clrerea andar Eyaa and rthaumatum. poor Appatrka and Eneroy, swollen Ankiaa. ate.— Crateandi three troubles by removing the cauae—and atari* benefit* la 11 h'.ura and coinpleialy atopa troubles In eight daya. Ual Cyitea trora any Chaiulal on (luarantae to put you right or money back. Act Noel In It houia you wiil faal bettar and wall in ona weak. Tba UuarTAKE NOTICE POND'S GOVERNMENT NOTICE v u ns In li Rou.a yon I be aaSBBeMf __ .. Gygtex % % %  •'ll FURNISH FOR ENJOYMENT Thai PONDS EXTHACT COMPANY, a cm Delaw.in tfi.imt Stale, of America, xhin HUdwin Sheet. NrTSffc, ISatS M r*SB r rig HI ration el a trade marH in Part "A"' wiU day of No duplicate be entitled me al mv office 1 rn on application November ISSl haa "H'lii1 for %  epect ef cream. after one month .hall in the meanlhm >i of auch roiletratioi. I Table., fUoeli Screen PrameaStr.ele and Double aMd a staBS. %  s.ilHMH Lathe. Wean.,., ... nininf. Kucha* and PaneTable*. BntitMMirdi f!7 up, China. Kitchen and lledroom Cabinet. d many Si W-nO-lAMBJ/ ol Tiada Mark. 11 ll Man QENSVBSAL KLECTIONS REPRENENTATION OF THE IEOPLE (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) A To conspire with agw h %  10 behave in a disorderly manner at a polilical inv. % %  .-. .ith the object of preventing the business of the 1 at (c) To hire, ue or play %  any band of miu4c at a meeting or in a procession i OTTICA %  MI He* isai -\lll\.. TO ri.ValOITU AND AXSTIRI14M 4 4th Dec IS91 SAIIINI. TO PABAMAfUBO AKO nairitH ui IANA if s sTi.xroK-stii Dec im VII IN.. Ml I'IMIItli r \l" VM VhlllM AMI HKiii-11 <.l I" at S BOfAimBIVtn Nov Itrll • tOTTH A nth Da. 1M s e MI asoM SON a to no V "DAERWOOD" will rgn and Paaarngeri for Omteda and Aruba The MV UONEKA Sffl actepl Carso and Plwiaraf. far Dominica. Antigua. Moi Nrvla .md X' Kitta DSSI „l aaiBSaj to be notified The MV 'C I M TANNIS" will oreept Cargo itnd PaMcngen for Grenada and Trinidud Balling Pridav mii in.i B I SCHOONER OWNERS' >-n. I \Hu\ /r-.'/AVrW/A' '.'Afjtm'f IV wtiiiltl iipprcciule Ihe opporlniiitv lo qutile • FLAT EVKRITE SHEETS • TEMPERED HAKDBUARD • t in in SOAKED HARDBOAKD Hit MVI/M/ EMPORMU&i Corner Broad & Tudor Street.. awgj KBwm wmmM FOVAHVVS DAMASK SQUARES 54x54 $3.60 each 72" LINEN DAMASK $7.50 per yard WM. FOGARTY (B-DOS) LTD. TAKE NOTICE ANGBL1SKIN L.S.WILSON -' %  l.\ rULl.I, DIAL 4USB The! POND'S EXTBACT COMPAQ Delaware'. United Htatea of An -nra, whoef traoe or J*. irnd...i, street. New York. Stale of Mr. York. USi restatretieii at a trade mark In Part "A' 04 Brglatrr ..•imelic product-, and will be rnlilrd b> n-int-r Ihe Ihe IMh day nf November 1SSI unleea aome prrean glv-e nonce In duplicate to me al my office ..f ..puo..Iion i Trie trade mark can be aren on application al mv office Dated OUt let day of Nan-ember 1SS1 Real Eateate ThC BMBl Bttl meihorl of celling your property Is through an rted firm of . Agent!" JOIIS M. Bl lMaS 1to. II • F.V.A. nave i lor reRult. l-kaar tula PlaaullMn Lid. *. TAKE NOTICE PONDS GOVERN Mi:3.T NOTICE STATEMENT SHOWING AMOl NTS DL'E TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE PER TON IN RESPECT OF SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS PAYMENTS MAOE TO SL'GAR AND FANCY MOLASSES PRODUCERS IN IflSl .J -al Producer* of sugar Producers of fancy molasses WUJLAMU of Trade Mark. 14 11 11 J. TAKE NOTICE Chritt Church C ut POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY Uv*are. United State, of Amenr. y\ Rndaon Sltret. Neb York. Stale %  the regi.traUon of a trade tiiarh S* P" tor the .kin. and MB to eassssVd t. frees the I4tn day ei N^eeenbee HSM u> in dwpHcMe Tbr ttade mark ran be Dated tbia let de a corporation organlird In lite State • whoae trade or iM.fdne** addieu I New York. U S A.. h anpuea rt 'A** of B-g-.tej n repeat ..( nvs rratMer Uae Mme after One mo ,leaa loma frSreoii .^al| in Ota ma-and iflk. ef ops*e*a*nu of ...ch resiatr-nat BSf office Factory or Plantation St. George St. Joseph | Th-i PONDS rxTRACT d IMPAXT earporaue %  "• state. t.l Delaware L'nlleU Htatea of Air.,,-.. aYhoap iradr or bvaalneea aSdreaa UO llvidaoa Street. New York. SUIe ot NYork V S A haa app-lh-d I the reguirnt.on nf %  tnirland coanaetlr producta. and Still be entitled to regiatrr the aome altar one in Irom the llbi day of NeviSnber Ifdl unleaa tumr i-nni ahall In lh. %  : Trie trade mirk ran be wen on appllrfrtirn a... ..rare f Deled thi. l.t assff lt*l *u t 1AM" l' IEST Ql ALITY (iROCERIFS And PROVISION ITEMS • We advise you to pay a visit to US before Ronm elsewhere .% ##. ff/fi/ II flror-f*-' AtasnaSiBs. Ynu JOHN 0. TAYLOR 4% SONS l/l'll. Roebuck Stree! Dial 4335 Lower Estate \\\i: rtoi Bulkeley I %  : ii. Un Guinea %  Lemon Aruor Pool Andrews .Inei River Cnrriiutlon Edgrarumbe Foursquare ()lil,urv Three Houses Amount payable per ton Spat Lai Pieferenre hsin Appl,-. Vaucli Porteit i Satidy Line I Bprltsi Hall -" SS 75 25 25 us tfl 11.SS 30.00 M 25 %  ?7 25 35.00 I SB 50 3ft f>0 Koli I SS 5.84) 5 69 5 M 6 S3 6 84 7 04 7 "t 6 72 6 19 6 M 0.7S r..o 5.81 & 75 43 OS 41.03 42 53 2.'. 25 39.54 37 t5 35 00 36. SR 33.5S 43 08 44 29 44 28 44 29 43 39 41.00 41.59 42.22 41.33 43.23 Frere Pilgrln Gibbons ,' xU o* Newton SpencrT". Fair View CgiiT Colleton . Kcndal Moncrieffe Poolt Andrewtt Molaaset Cess. 7 39 6 54 3 21 8 31 7 70 8 02 7 81 7 31 8 02 7 50 7.07 7 67 M 14 11



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P.U.F. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WF.nNF.SDAY. NO\T.MBF.R II. 151 Qcuab Calling H ON. ALBERT dad' Labour. Indwin ( ncrcr a n l ttd'l delagaU U> 1 Fats M from Trinidad by BW.1A %  laying at the S..ndy Beach BOML H> wa* actoui printed tiy bis two adviser* Mr. Vernoo Wharton. Chairman nf Uw Board of Diroetor* of thf* CorfMnul Orowfrt Md Mr J. II DSSM Mana^u i Duactar of in. Indian Oil ImJuKlrie* Ltd. Ui. m -.ii-l Mr Dent nre itaj mo at the OPMD V%*m n •< %  V *^ Will HE havetoeadUs Holly HOMdi-urccr'/W ill SHE be able to prevent*"qoicltJe''divoretf? Those are the <|iwnlloin the] are asking in DMlanlf • GABLE v GABLE For nil trhitc shoe* Follow Up %  Qu 'r*o young 1. /.ollegr il| come to th.aiaiiianr'of the Hi I their production ot "Juliul C %  %  l %  ndjMyn V".'jR!n Ufa all th" %  Li it ..11 about.' Ii ., at 50, Li allll! Gable — a:: For £2.fiKi | %  ilrbenki and I thai CJrS'V : Aldarlay — think* sh. rat cam*. Gable woulu on. He is one H (•able*, on the other hand. Pot yean he has xhown as gro ;l ''">*> i It in Nevada, an interest In his fleet of car', m^Dl but liUllaaataM '-iFta^ "' ,l '" *•• courts anmuch less hi* log shack in Oregon, guns and of the MuviS" rtSSdT.lh %  P %  "< ranch a* In a !obT "TBS timefor* irn Nevaden. Gable i, the outdoor type in it. Tive days ia*. when th. White shoes, to pass muster in company, must be ipotleii. immaculate Use Propen's White Renovate or Propen's Shuwhite. No surer way of making sure that white shoes arc while? tjSv 1'ltOIM III N SHUWHITE WHITE RENOVATOR /a Cvioni wUk Spoagt I'klurrd above are Mr a Mr*. NIGEL ( A R RING TON affer their ..,.., %  >. %  .i st M.m.i ,v i ,,„,, h lin Thursday, u. lobei ?sth >lr> < *rr.n.l..ii ,.,, lormerl* MKi EUa Waldron. AaaUUnt leather of ihe Arllnitun Mich School and dauihter of Mr A Mm. ireh in go is full rigged with three masts inikbll lb' ten-day Caribbean '" England in eonmf* I 0 hus motor power. She %  | Mr-he UOUl BlrUtdaj of the BJ.0 lered at 778 tons grots. I Mn H WuOlhoUM arrived He was a tailor of the %  CeiiUii...n" Captain of the vessel It Capl. > gland by the ame ship for -* replica of ihe ship in which K. L. HaiUMSL She is en rout* from 3 holiilay. BJP.G I llrst miatwnai ..nd when she leaves Bat* angen making the a 'eniurie ago — du Thomas < are Mis-i f,;,v ,,h "" s '"' • N'w Orleant and Columbia before H %  If ,hon of the The 'Centurion" visited English returning I Nm-itiK Home Mr. •* %  **• raaofti cerrylng .. earn of BMjorltj of ihe cadetnre be Mn R. O.'Matmisslonerlaa M > %  d. tween,lhe ages of 18 „d 19. li Reginald Clarke. Mr. pr-claimin K the response of U Barbados Holiday rhurtes and Mr CharleWorld Church. \f 1! W1U.1AM MAHON am D-^L l o..L 0 J n LWL allaj Bntl Mahon. son anc Back In Barbados gagjdjig, ,,. Cerl bugar Talks W" *** "• n0i ** M ,: ; TLli,\H(. Sugar int'i Oo> A.i Iin-.l. lKvrlopment M VFaUan with headquarters in Trinidad; arrlvag ban on sunn,.. b| n W.I.A. io attend n conferanca >*f the Cane Breeding Ad— M Committee which opened """ ,,rt e n a Hie SfBea Of the Department of Agrtcu|uire jrt rlerday morning in. .< i the Chairmanship of Mr. C C, Skecte. Director of Agriculture. AlcX.ilin. day but led bare irom Em: by the f-oinmbir Cariton", si Jama lb Ch atagland. they arc left Barbados on March 2Hth for )r,r "" """onyScotland vU Canada by T.c A Retired Businessman d ?r ,tC M l i' y '" *" M 1 %  '•" "W8•' %  CRAW. ,. the u.K. 1V1 n B wsJltaftord, ii Ik Ain over the week-end fru'ii _ neip lne us vm Puerto Rico \o speno I <•! %  Salvation Army are appealUM artnter months m B %  l mg for funds to ,i i t tbem -j %  ,„. v have been coming ban I in their programme of Christinas ,(,. wmU r [or he pasl Dlneteen Hi Michael Hanschcll. DlrecCheer for the i*or and unfortu.i,,, „ „ „.,!„,, tor of Agriculture. Grenada. Is at "'". buslnassmaa. They are guest ; in Barbados for this conDonation* whether money elot.i, h( 0ccan Vjcw ,; ottl> lercnctf. m or foo< Wl •*** BI""U5 w f p.__ J_ Other delegate, attending the <* Mel In C oda conlerence are Mr. M. J. Page. Principal of Trinidad'' Imperial College of Tropical Auileultur M Dl Third Winter M B. Al.HEHT LANOLOI8, Commissioner of lAtltce, M H TUSSFDESS?* u,ai Mr ">W M >" bac* in Uata Bay yeat^da) nornl ,, !.'. T .' i BiiitmdoAccompanlad b> hi wn acc.mpanied by his wile, and Sugar Research Department of Sut r afanunKturars Association lit Jamaica. They arrivrd m Monrlnv It IV. I A and rue guests Ocean View Hotel. Accompanied by lie. tw arrivad trom s^igland I lha I'nlomWf yesterday. ThU la Ihe IhlM that Ml and Mn B Too Dark! EAT excuse eiv n lg d the West Indies' failure i tha Plrsl Test if Au lay bv -' local :i ""-* -pent tha (rioter I .111 %  They are piarfa encc Hotel, unpamed by nd Mrs. l^iuglois by Major it. A. Stouba, Deputy Commissioner of Police. the Lucia. She flew . two afsjaks* boUday He he will be .irrived yesterday by IHV i A ind Is slaying at the Ocean View total lion Roy ond Ham i iurn trom BY THE WAY E VKRY Amstii in aetn %  i martiaa a Malusrajah, % %  • %  man Ttaiah, thinks |hg going t,, lead ., romantic lit.in an enormous palace, w.lh hiT own stable-full of richly upholAteml elephants u> ride. 1 would like to see hvr face when she discovers Hint her nusbi ml was Bt Oxford or Cambridge, and can talk of nothing out cricket. She expects him to %  ay, "Moon of my delight, today .here is swimming party in the Bring your largest clephant, s there is rather a lot of champugne to carry." What I I says tsi 'Have 1 Md yon abou t hal cwntury llobbs made .it Trem Bridge?" SII/V til HIT iiitHiriiif!" <-pilR aVniCi Mrs. Floboter i-s o. %  .crle.l ..r,. .mop I lie last echoes „f the Bnutted-road Band's Ideo of Ratr Cava0na" linger ansong Hie tiavi>l hmuiis and splintered yards end %  in.older ii i,: srnoka stachi Mr*. .MI-, leaning ovar hit n( disgarded park raUmg, • % %  • %  at the reflection >>f an olo COachinntern In tour inches of slimy U SUM A loiterer OQ the mlnkment passes no ill-natured remark about the Spanish Main, A saucy b. shout.'Shirks o-i tht port i>edragg)iMi aulla aUghl and quarliy Btfichcom bi*r i btl ol i &bag* which has shpiMii overboard. Dusk aatUea, Itlun-ing th llnej of the draft. Bobbins the cat overturns a bottomless saucepan. Mir. Wiihersedge sighs and seeks her couch. A little breeze blowing up-river, ruffles two aprons hunt Up SO dry Then .,11 i s silence Hoikimg lo tin with niv E VKHYTHING Is very odd today, 1 have hkst read Uttj He )uu sajtSTad the pnlloi'eT lie %  %  I (ifjnoi.'f all the uwMtors at ihe Isle oj T'lfl'icr plai.uhlny "Hitch. It is now Up to the women to UBS I knitted plough. his ; mi Ihfl screen. His \sje. It is said niig is to past a u happier in the social roun-l. ks ai the gaming And this, according to friends, if then pick up y ... ,^ht their marriage to Bui Gable has taken up residence disaster. in a big way. He has pu: up for fVs v sos U j uin i Joseph in > 1 US coach; Rh>he and hi* 1 %  Cgroti bought monthire pll U.E.S. %  a erl immediate arrei Una) and to B.B.C. Programme WEDNESDAY. NOVEUUtH U. Is: i ... i* ll to p m TTio NWi. IU 0 m lne . 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SILVER STAR SQUARES $7.30 $14.60 per yd EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 4294 i banks and oj %  ones in keno and Carbon City, Li io Nevada. He hi even switched his nuMOl I to a Nevada lodge. When U bad Jarr) ihe mutU-n -) ar, who .. i,. I l| rase a 0"'irill 0o lo id.Sstpet %  <'<>un |j aeeeasarg u< p.. ease Is iik.i. usually ignore such injunctions as %  %  1 era say, Gabla will be in cent OOUrt—the California court, tin* is if he sets foot in California. Ami if he remarries he ind -ui i at his former wlfl I luasl B1M9 I Heel. 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Electors
Don’t Fi a
Party System

Mr. J. H. Wilkinson President
of the Electors Association, told
the ac torate last night at Horse
Hill, Joseph, that the Electors’
Sota were not in favour of

“MBER. 14, 1951

Taft
At |
‘Foreign Policy

(By RAYMOND LAHR)

WASHINGTON, Nov. 13
Senator Robert Taft charged on
Wednesday that the administra-

WEDNESDAY,



NO\



‘Ou HGYPTIANS STAGE
PROTEST MARCH
IN ALEXANDRIA













) ELECTORATE |



the Pz rate tion was bungling the built yp
omit + he Sor They had to ac- “Russian menace”, and warned
re i aan it was forced upon that ia Shi eeatust*” te tal
em. hat we want in Barba- . . . - ove .
dos,” he said, “are men of ability } doubt’, unless the United States B WALTER CULLINS
irrespective of colour or_ creed. foreign policy is conducted “more 7 ak aes eee
We want those persons best able competently.” The Ohio senator ALEXANDRIA, Nov. 13 $ {
to represent the people.” he only avowed candidate for the 9 3

) a AN : : nek staged a muffled
Mr. Wilkinson was speaking at Republican presidential nomina- MORE THAN a half million Egyptians aged a muffle



3 T lav, as Egypt’s Premie

the meeting of the Electors Asso- tion, put forward his own for- protest against Britain on Tuesday, ¢ k

ciation supporting the candidature gn policy views in a 121-page predicted victory in the strugg le to oust Britain from the or ran

of Mr. W. K, Coward for election wok to be published fo-morrow Suez Canal Zone and the Sudan 7 ae ae

to the House of Assembly at the iy “Doubleday & Co. More than 250,000 persons marched through: the streets | WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. —

forthcoming general election, as y The siender volume entitled, “A t Al i Egypt's chief port, its second city and The International Monetar

a Tepresentative of the parish of Foreign Policy For Americans”,} © exanadria, Mey} eral he 1919 | Fund on Tuesday put up $8,750,

wi. FORE pus Taft on record on the sub- summer capital, to mark the 32nd anniversary of the 1 Ito tide Iran over its financial crisis
Mr. Wilkinson told his listeners ject that looms as the key issue Revolution against British rule An estimated 300,000 | brought on by the British-Iranian

how he and Mr, Coward had be- both in the pre-convention fight} others surged into the streets to watch the parade whose |" il quarrel : : hat it

c Cae and he added: for the Republican nomination only sounds were the muted rustle of wome n’s robes, the : A Fund. spolvenan _e 2
. are a man of ability ond in the 1952 presidential cam- beat of the marchers’ feet, and a 21-gun salute fired by as ij " io Cua ae

and a man of experience, he is a paign to follow. ich as Iran will be able to ge

Barbadian who lives among you an army battery on the waterfront back on its feet in two or three

knows

and your wants. I say | One Great Vanger In Cairo. where a similar march was scheduled on | years :
Without any fear of contradiction | He said, “one great aanger we Wednesday, Premier Mustapho El Nahas Pasha told 5,000 He added that the Fund is “net
mat got cannot do better than | {vce is that we may oyer-commit} «we will spare no sacrifice until the Nile Valley is free Pe gre SS «ge Ae
give Mr. Coward your vote on the | Ourselves in this battle agains. on seine Tt wort matter whether we be dead.or «| center, eee
13th December election day. lwussia. To avoid this danger, he trom imperialism won't matter i ‘
I tant D lealled for * $75,000,000,000. ceil-| alive on the day of independence
mportan ay \in ’ at states
ry « ee ie 3 € on annual United States ¢ .
That day is going to be a spending, wiih taxes high to bal Victory Day : ; oe ‘
most important one in the his- urtee the budget and put the de ¥ - survey that Tran will be able to
tory of Barbados. It will be the ‘ met abd = He described this as a “day of victory—the beginning market its oil.

icnce programme on a “ we

#0 basis.”

pay as —U.P.



first occasion on which every man
or woman who is of age will
have the opportunity to vote for
the candidate he or she would
like to be a member of the House

in approach to the goal of
was held in a large tent close
Saad Zaghloul Pasha, the

of the end of imperialism
treedom”. The Cairo rally
to the mausoleum of the late
leader of the 1919 Revolution



MR. J. H. WILKINSON, President af the Electors’ henhebhiion, a ing the ’
the political meeting of the Association ba night at Horse Hill, Pe Roa ene ee eee

The meeting which was interrupted by rain, was held in support of Mr. W. R. Coward, the Asso-

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ciation’s candidate for election to the House of Assembly as a representative of the parish of St. Joseph.







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iran’s ability to make up the money
he is taking out of the fund no‘y
The spokesman said that” the

{unc coneluded after a careful

f se. y The > stre re . ste > y . 2 S

of Assembly. The demonstration was completely silent until the In Russian Airforce
I counsel you to endeavour meen marchers massed in Raseltin Square, Shouts of “Long

. 1 aoe — SPSS 2 e e though such action may be neces- Live Farouk, King of Egypt and Sudan Down With LONDON, Nov. 13.

ena a ee ted time in ustra lan sary. At the same time, Tafi Britain, Down With Imperialism” echoed briefly through puaala’s = ee is now oe,
bur: : [istration’s Far Eastern _ policies, ern “d Ree) .

A large crowd attended this oa i Seta were reportec United States according to an
meeting which waa. brought: ta ortsmen ae = art : the eye d ee 8 . . uthoritative military publication.
an abrupt end by a heavy down- | with he aa SEMATO Waar ome & udanese Join In Srassey's Annual, a yearly sum-
pour of rain when Mr. Coward econ ern ie much vigour as it does 3 4 nary of World military develop-
was speaking deg ix ‘ ' Ahmed Al Marghy Bey, Governor of Alexandria jments assembled by “Britain’s

" . Me senator, who was smarted , . . “ . ’ y *xperts als i

/ ther report wi ‘ : sé na statement after the demonstration “I thank the | leading experts, said also that
5 A further report will appear in the past under “isolationist said e * stat : ent ete wah, 3 , - atie . k tne 12,000 combat aireraft yearly are
in a later issue, charges, said that there wa population for showing the world this demonstration



Reds Step Up
Night Raids

8TH ARMY H/QRS., Korea
Nov. 13.

Warmer weather brought the
eastern front to life on Tuesday
as North Korean Communists
hurled a series of co-ordinated
night attacks against United Na-
tions position on a three mile
front.

Allied units steod firm against
what the Eighth Army night com-

From FRANK MARGAN

BRISBANE, Nov. 14

One of the most interesting and
exciting ‘Tests ever played in
Australia concluded at Brisbane
cricket ground today with Austra-
lia’s three wickets aefeat over the
West Indies,

In a_ sensational match the
West Indies went down with col-
ours flying as vigorously as the
sleeve of Sonny
bowling arm.
ling of the early tour games be-
came the graceful swan though
with all the dangerous qualities
of an eagle. The team has been

Back W.lI. ;

Ramadhin's
The ugly =

(From W.

TO UNSEAT CONSERVATIVES |

sANDRY)

LONDON, Noy, 12

SOCIALISTS launched the second assault in as many

days in an attempt to bring down the new Conservative
Government.

Former Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison

led a Socialist attack
amendments criticising Churchill’s general policy
plans to shut down Parliament for a long recess from provide for
December 7 to January 29.

RUSSIA SUFFERS |
TWO DEFEATS



in the

Conservatives defeated the first
labour attempt to unseat them

on Monday night by a resets
\fing majority of 39. “Berk.

|followers of leftwing labour

much more

veneral character

).0 be adopted

upposed.”

| Major Proposals
Taft's

cluded:
1, Amendments should be

on the
strategy
generally

agreement
of the
than i

major proposals in

Taft also urged the primary re-
liance on sea and air power for the
nation’s defences. He said that
vie nation should follow a general
policy of avoiding the sending ol
United States troops overseas, al-



. . pre

Ss
House of Commons with} ipared to the United Nations char-
and his } ter to eliminate the veto and 1
“justice under th

law” with the member
! hound to respect the decisions
lthe international tribunal.

(au se of the veto, he

states
ol

Be

United Nations is now useful only
P a “diplomatic weapon.”

said, "|

came immediately
colourful contrast.

shoulder
countrymen.—U,P,

had only patriotic aims

Sudanese participants who numbered nearly 3,000
behind the Feminists in a sharp but
A Sudanese wearing a white gown
white turban and ‘wrapped in the Egyptian flag from the
down to the ankle came ahead of his fellow



WAR PRISONERS
IS SNAG IN 'FALKS

olling from the Russian produc-

tion lines. It
au
19,000

new

that the Rus-
strength was now
military _ aircraft,

jet fighter

said
ian combat
ibout
neluding a lane
lesigned by H. M. Alavochkin
It said that the plane has a per-



Sighth Army in Koreas said op

Tuesday the United Nations. troops
















formance equal to the M.LG, 15
it present meeting United Na-
tions fighters almost daily in
Korea U.P,
~ .
8.415 Killed

8TH ARMY H/QRS., Nov. 13.
General James A. Van Fleet
conor * hee United &







































































in Australia only a few weeks Aneurin Bevaf lashed out against 2. The limits on the economic ‘ 7 > . { * WER ine ot
munique described as “an enemy] anq the Eater Rate net wat ] the failure to present spracticalland manpower strength of the PANMUNJOM, Korea, Noy. 13 nflicted 12,285 casualties on Com-
unit of unknown strength” and by! found form : AT U.N MEETING proposals, United States require the selective | THE UNITED NATIONS have virtually rejected the {UPS jm the week ended No-
mid-morning assaults have been he clone’ call Aasatiall: Por M . aid? “Hevan have welcholae of Afaiec : denen . es : ys Are in Morea tin nber 9, Losses included 8,415
contained. close call given ustralia BA j, ‘“orrigon said: “never have we/choice o projects to combat Com- Communist demand for an immediate ceasefire in Korea.} killed 3,458 wounded and 362 cap-
Perfect “football weather” across tase een ee ne Over Russian oa Md ie bs her Oe eur. Sateneon at ee oma, | A United Nations communique said that aceeptance of the tured, Van Fleet said
most of the battle line permitted{#2° 90 provides Keen specula-| +, ¢ ewan | ee 5; peers ethane! ederal spending! — Red proposal at this point, might delay if not forestall the], General Hoyt Vandenber
airforce fighters t ah. ,| tion on the West Indies’ chances “provocation”, and “Ameri- | jshould not go above about f* : . ‘ United States Air Force Chief of
hapnnaneian Gh the Red dent es in the remaining four tests. Al-|$®" @8gression”, the United Na-| oe $75,000,000,000 a year | release of thousands of Allied war prisoners in Communist Staff, said the Communists have
Â¥ ome hatin creas ...;#0ns Gener: sse oer ae a i , vo . : ; . 2 ath ae lhe yay mr s 2
troops communications after 36 Teady Australian sportsmen are} orce Chinese Nationsive neat Mysterious Deaths | > Military policy should em-} hands. A United Nations spokesman said that the United | thrown their entire jet air stréngth
hours of rain and fog. The mer-, Prepared to wager that the West} 5¢ Soviet thrmaty: in, Chin charges : phasize the sea and air power, and Nations will not agree to end the shooting until the dis-fin Manchuria into a_growing pix
cury rose above freezing for the| indies will take the “ashes” back|bendence on the agenda for ine LE MANS, France, Nov. 13 |i", general, avoid committing} position of war prisoners and the enforcement of the truce] ¥@" over northwest Korea
first time in many days, to their tropic homeland. They] {yy debate. Th neem ‘ oe the | The police have opened an in-|Uni.ed States troops to con-| have been assured —U.P.
The South Korean Air Force are| base the opinion on the fact that}39 to g with Th sbeahatie voted | wuiry into the mysterious death|tinental areas abroad. The showdown. « » during the: Liais ficer, Colonel Ed ef. —- +
credited with destroying five Red the tourists’ batsmen will strike Tie ‘Soviet een lof two gendarmes who collapsed 4. Military aid “within the marathon dveshour Sie , at { a Re arrths ; Ore aa :
gui’ positions south of Kumsong| form in the next couple of weeks] yalik, bitterly denounce Jacob and died on a military train they|c@pacity of the United States}the joint Sub-comr ittee aaah hie Gh a ate g i 4" ohh, , ae { Th “ADVOCATE”
on the central front and effecting; 2d batting failures will become} proposed item asc a the | O ore guarding on Monday. Maur-|‘“Should be given to those coun-\to trace a ceasefit is ie * ie iat he cane’ ot ror ' 7 e “A OCA
six rail cuts south of Wonsan, a thing of the past. slander” and_ insisted ‘at lena ice Grasset, the gendarme posted|tries threatened with Communist(,one across Koren. anit week uemeca Tike 1M, Xe:
—U.P. The same batting failures cost|/that between Russia and Com. |on # train carrying war material attack, but only in a way that will Clearer Than Eve ift belonged to the United pays for NEWS.
the tourists this first test. munist China, which, he said. |for Toulouse, stepped down at Les | 10. lead Russia to believe that an A United Nat ee, | Nation Edwards added that the
: Was the only lege soverhmen?| Mans ste é sollapsed {elattack is planned against her. ‘ mC ations communique | ‘Y? U.S. Is Checki Fine efforts — superhuman|of China, there were “no diesen |was taken, to the. local hospital]. 5. Because building the de-|#@ that the Communists made |Communist delegation at Pun- Dial 3113
. Ss ec ing eget, 5 a spinners eae ments whatsoever.” He said that} where he died. M. Labeyrie, of}fences of Western Europe 4 clearer than ever before that!! noe Bi or made a we D
A sat ae . ee: ay : yi ' F ; a it was the “aggressive” action of|the Le Mans gendarme barracks, }trengthens | American curity, ine y wante da ceasefire to take | nis ® . as a are. ve jay or Night
Arnis llocations ures ‘. e a ae ree ak =~ = the United States in the aggress-|took over the post on the train,|‘‘there must be a teniporary con- pee 8S soon aS a truce line has } My H n on y enc
, : perish tet i i. reais a a el ive war against Korea which has|but a few hours after the train| ribution of some American divis-|?&®" agreed upon, “rather mae hase pPosahcnahochs on
af PARIS, Nov. 13 part from “osing the *est,) caused all the trouble in the Far |arrived at Moissac, he too dropped |ions to stimulate that effort,” when other essential matters are
The United States Secretary of} West Indians suffered other set-| pact dead.—U.P. u.p, ‘settled and an armistice is signed.” | 6@
Defence, Robert A. Lovett, indi- | backs in this game, Champion Russia suffered a second defeat t said, “io-day's stand by the » » »
cated that the United States had batsman Weekes | 8 out for alwhen a debate took place an ‘Ormmunists was virtually a re-} Ww Ss
undertaken the complete re-ex- sat en go ore Oe eee ee whether to put on the United lunciation of their previously!
amination of the critical arms eae a tae Nations agenda the Western Big | tated position that hostilities/
allocation problems, following the i ed an tata of a8 2 Aa Three Plan to set up a United Na. | thould continue during the AEs |
visit of General Eisenhower to a akan ent, seat in order to|402S. Commission, to determine if tice talks. | 29
Washington. Lovett landed atl pee forrk for the Bamainder of conditions in Germany made an| The United Nations to-day SO | we =e innered.
Orly airfield here at noon on Sun- ip RS all German election possible ficially denied a report broad-| «
day after his plane had been kept! ‘phe absence of these great}, The assembly put the item on ast by Peking Radio alleging!
up over the airfield by ground fog | drawcards will result in poorer the agenda by a vote of 47 to 6} hat the United Nations had al-|
for ane hour and 15 minutes and |ottendances at the matches lead- with two abstentions. This was ‘owed one of their aircraft to}
finally made radar landing. HeJing to possible financial trouble the second defeat for Soviet Rus- violate the Panmunjom neutral| “Tthink I know what you
was met on the airport by Brig. for the West Indians. A_ neat e soe Beetle. Russia tried to zone. mean. Never any heat,
Gen. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle,}record crowd of 50,000 saw the;*eeP the charge that she had ae eo oth k
the European representative on]}test. However there are but five violated China’s independence off | never a trace of harshness;
behalf of Eisenhower.—wU.P. Tests and the tourists cannot ex-j|the agenda, but failed 30 to eight i : | always cool, calm and
pect to pay expenses of the tour|With 13 abstentions. —U.P Quake Shocks j collected”,
’ I, from a mere five games.
CHURCHILL = WILL Wi ae ae " ,
- os ithout Ramadhip and Val- es Tea & . ict ‘And none of those
VISIT OTTAWA entine and to a lesser extent! (7.5, Will Ask For Wreck 15 Bridges | sat te Soe
Wi s the tourists ave en . i * ‘ : i
LONDON, Nov. 13. rine to continue to draw sat- ie prasnoes Nov i tobacco on mey lips
Prime Minister Mr. Winston fa " f . ntermittent earthquake shocks 40. sdoil hee
2 |isfactory crowds. On the other eae F re » spoil my make
Churchill has accepted the _invi- a the spinners urgently re- Spanish Bases vere reported for the 23rd day on} ”
n of the Canadian Prime quire a rest to keep the fresh bid ; - tuesday from the area of Hualian |
ster to visit Ottawa after his |i cooure the ashes. WASHINGTON, Novy. 13. ind Hsinkang, 220 miles south of!
shington visit next January. Captain Goddard is known ase ae ee that a United ere. Several persons have been|
s States ilitary Mission will od ) Si Tremors istered !
to be unconcerned at the results}commend that United States tee ie ane sa “ es
THE RESULTS of the minor matches of oe a and air bases be built in Spain if eninos Sees ficial +H ‘id
; ataares. tithe ; , » ashes ; coal iy ‘ } er, officials sz : :
of To-day’s we are here to wen ‘ ? fee the deal be worked out ith ‘hat 15 | _ si ae **Not one of my worries, thank
vavens vs = —that is our main concern” says|General Franco. A seven man bridges had been des
TWO SHILLINGS Goddard. team returned to Washington last royed and about 15 miles of high- goodness ; but I must say I do
SWEEPSTAKE con result of the performances | week following a ten-week survey ay wrecked by recent ‘quakes. like the way they never stick
Draw will appear in a cee gives she a * pf Spain's potential as a link in Pex pind to my lips”.
’ more than even m , e European defence system.
= » e ies
To-morrow’s Advocat [making the West Indies top notch} A Mission headed by United “PLANE FLEW INTO | “Altogether, we seem to
aia jeountry in world cricket. States Air Force Major General | oan ait aoe Sr | have discovered just about
James Spry A making a detailed | TRUCE AREA | the besi-behaved cigarette
report at will serve as a starting PANMUNJOM. Nov. 1! | . i
point in forthcoming diplomatic initten Wallone are’ ean one can get”.
> a : - r ‘negotiations with Franeoe = : a * wii
"9 B! : in investigation of a plane which | 5
TO-MORROW’S HANDICAPS The report is a top secret but in- io ;
. . 2 7 egedly flew into the Panmun 7 *
formed quarters said it will en- aves t .
dorse ; ein rate 2 jom truce area last Saturday
RACE NO. 15 Blue Diamond 197 aes hh rr. aera ~ pee 8 Ligut-Colonel Norman B. Ed- ot to mention the arisiagatie
Savannah Lodge Handicap F & Drury Lane 100 | O:minas adv iat Spanish bases vards, Liaison official and unof- ; ’ the ace 9, a
; vente a tetas quality of the tobacco. [t's sup
Lower (h ve &@ van) Sam Wilmar 16 ; would be inv aluable to western de-}| MR. G. H. ADAMS, President of the Barbados Workers’ Union, is icial “mayor” of Panmunjom | ey ; ;
Hi-Lo 103 Ths Diadem 120 |\fence.—U .P | seen chatting with Hon'ble L. EB, Eliager, Dutch Guiana Labour aid: Communists did not make a | posed to be just about the finest
Clermentiien 19) reo reey a Ag Leader (centre) now in Barbados on a short visit and Mr. F. L fopmal protest, but merely asked | there is — and I believe it’.
staadue 100 Gavele 123 7 ( ne Walcott, Secretary of the Barbados Workers' Union at the Political for equalisation. He said: “they
Diamoa mS. Arabian Prince To | Meeting, Mayers Corner, St. Joseph, last night, The meeting was irg@ not making an incident out “Even then the smoke és screened
Bow mansten mH .. a RACE NO. 18 ‘eit US sys é i in support of the candidatures of Mr. G. H. Adams and Mr. L. EB, Smith of it’ nd Ed d id the Unit bat ‘ fe oy sh
, LS. 80% i ; it” and Edwat aid the Unit hy the du Maurierx filter tip,
soheek = fs Nelson Handicap © & ©2 (Maidens) Visit S Military Bases ours. ¢ either of the candidates had addressed the meeting the fd Nations would take a report on isn't wt? Anyway 4
ss F 7% Furs TAS IGTON. Nov. 12 rain washed it ont ; jlinar actior rus necetic! ; - =.
Mise Prien is Fire Lady ip ue Ibs Pris ee ae a ane Fe See eee silles entlinabihcaiianaoanmta iirc pinot toheiceapaonsial \ oa , 8 u Se , i 208 yi I've abvays thought
‘ ” 5 “e Z .ziz d Sau o- i i hows need fo P.
h ¢ ae v4 ev A & The Thing "0 Seee Mecieter of Saudi Arabia, B t t C ll P. D t 5 of them as a great
South Caribbean andicap / ts , ye ste tha 2 tp i f
B Only 9 Furs. Cement ee arrived here _by air on Tuesday ustaniamte das ompey ofe ais MOROCCAN QUESTION luxury |
Atomic If 138 Ibs French Flutier 96 from New York for a two-day
ae ahs ‘3. ¢ ‘ ‘ i
ae tpt Dashing Princess | 109 visit. vo On Lyttelton Dave Sands PARIS, Nov. 13
Red Cheeks 126 ce te L The Prince arrived in ew! , | The debate on the lusion of| Tie ser's
Notonite 109 4 cept at eheglibnge ; York yesterday aboard the Queen} m Our Own Correspondent) = | LONDON. Nov. 13 |the Moroccan qui on the| There'll neverbe a better cigaretic ‘wa oe A
chastethee 120 : me wismasarah Fan. ‘ Elizabeth to visit the United St ates | LONDON Nov. 13 : ay United Nations Genera ni %
Sweet Rocket 115 Ibs military establishment Bustamar called on Oliver Yolande Pompey of Trinidadjagenda was postponed aces 4
| RACE NO 13 cent ie observe Americal producti wttelton, Secretary of State for; won an upset seven round techni-{quest o Egypt The u \ an :
Brighton Handicap G & Lower 5 nfusion 6 jambiand 7 to-night After-|cal knockout victory over Davelsaid that the h
Furs Topsy 128 . . a ft _ ; ‘ ad — SVQ eee . sing 44-08 5G
Joan's Star 108 Ib Doldrute 120 The i I ery | Band of Australia on Tuesday]|day € t t . rie. r7re ’
Jeon's Star Sanee ees er iz eis J cae hs. ax cad ie, . ae ha We 5 THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE . s CNGLA
| Betsam 423 High and Low (22 he Secretar sir ¥ FP thn 4h ow jan early toh ie ; aa ates sent |
Para ac a | détter.—-U.P . U.P a








PAGE TWO t

Carb Calling

ON, ALBERT GOMES Trini-
dad’; Minister of Labour,
Industry and Commerce and
Trinidad’s delegate to the Oils and
Fats conference arrived yesterday
from Trinidad by B.W.LA. and is
staying at the Sandy Beach Hotel.
He was accompanied by his two
advisers Mr. Vernon Wharton,
Chairman of the Board of Diree-
tors of the Cocoanut Growers
Associstion and Mr. J. H. Dent,
Managing Director of the West
Indian Oil Industries Ltd. Mr,
Wharton and Mr. Dent are stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.

Follow Up

‘ene young ladies from Queen’
jCollege will come to the
assistance of the Harrison College
Vramauc Club when they prese.it

their production ot “Julius
Caesar” at their schooi hall on
Lecember 14th and 15th, They
will take the parts of the two

ladies in the production,

It will be remembered that the
Harrison College Dramatic Club
successfully s.aged their interpre-

tation of “1066 And All That”
several months ago.” “Julius
Caesar”, Directed and Produced

by Mr. D. A. Fowles, B.A., with
castumes by Miss Eleanor Nurse
and Mise V. Weston, is their
follow up.

Caribbean Cruise
D*: A. A. GIBBONS, P.M.O.

St. James was among the
passengers leaving yesterday
«1 ernoon by the Colombie. He is

making the ten-day Caribbean
cruise, Mrs. Gibbons’ parents Mr.
vind Mrs. H, Woolhouse arrived

srom England by the same ship for
nm holiday.

Other passengers making the

cruise from Barbados are Miss
Ruby Haynes, Matron of the
Woodside Nursing Home, Mr.
William Nurse, Mrs. R, "D. Mat-
‘hews, Mr. Reginald @larke, Mr.

Joseph Charles Mr. Charles

Harris

and

Sugar Talks

Mi“ Pp. £. BURNER, Sugar
Agronomist, Development
and Welfare with headquarters in
‘lrinidad;-arrived here on Sunday
by B.W.LA. to attend a confer-
ence af the Cane Breeding Ad-
visory® Committee which opened
a the office of the Department of
Agriculture yesterday morning
under the Chairmanship of Mr.
Cc. C, Skeete, Director of Agri-
culturé,

Mr. -Michael Hanschell, Direc-
tor of Agriculture, Grenada, is at
present in Barbados for this con-
ferencé,

Other delegates attending the
conference are Mr. H. J. Page,
Principal of Trinidad’s Imperial
College of ‘Tropical Agriculture;
Mr. Holman B. Williams, Deputy
Direcior of Agriculture, Trinidad;
and Mr, R. F. Innes, Director of
Sugar Research Department of
Sugar Manufacturers Association
in Jamaica.

They arrived on Monday by
B.W.I.A. and are guests at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Too Dark!

EST excuse given to date for
the West Indies’ failure to

win the First Test in Aus.ralia
was given yesterday by a local
wag. Says he “The West Indies
lost because they are not accus-
tomed to playing cricket a* night.”

To Join Her Husband
RS. HILDA BARROW has lett
Barbados to join her husband
Mr. Cuthbert “Pats” Barrow in St,
Lucia, * She flew over on their
sixteenth wedding anniversary.

BY THE

VERY American actress who
marries a Maharajah, or a
mere Rajah, thinks that she is
going to lead a romantic life in
an enormous palace, with her
own stable-full of richly uphol-
stered elephants to ride.

1 would like to s®@ her face
when ‘she discovers. that her
husband was at Oxford or Cam-
bridge, and can talk of nothing
but cricket. She expects him to
say, “Moon of my delight, today
there is a swimming party in the
Ganges.. Bring your largest ele-
phant, @s there is rather a lot
of champagne to carry.” What he
Si isi “Have I told you about
at century Hobbs made at Trent
Bridge?” »

Deep in the City







HE simple explanation of the

present balance of payments
deficit in words of one syllable, 1s
tht the seasonal redistributional
transferences of sterling balances
have affected current borrowing
to an extent unbudgeted for in
the Treasury Deposit Heceipts.
The loosening of long money
rates, by depreciating short-
term stocks, is forcing buyers to
deduct certain gross items from
the duplicated net level of out-
standing Exchange Bills. It is
when the advance loan commit-
ments begin to fall due that the
bond issues brought up by spon-
soring groups will provide some
indication of the next gilt-edged
plunge. Le!





Pictured above are Mr, & Mrs, NIGEL CARRINGTON

marriage at St. Matthias Church on Thursday, oun rl ure
Carrington was formerly Miss Elsa Waldron, Assistant teacher
of the Arlington High School and daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad
Waldron of St. Matthias Gap. Mr. Carrington is son of Mr. &
Mrs. Archibald Carrington of Dalkeith Road.

Centurion
ANON AUDLEY JCHNSON,
Rector of St, James, re-

turned to Barbados yesterday
the S.S. Colombie after
a few months in the U.K, work-
pagation of the Gospel.

4Canon Johnson was given leave

to England in conneétion with
the 250th Birthday of the S.P.G.
He was a sailor of the “Centurion”
—a replica of the ship in which
S.P.G.’s_ first missionaries sailed
24 centuries ago — during his
bBtay with the S.P.G.

The “Centurion” visited English
seaside resorts carrying a ‘eam of
missionaries from distant lands
proclaiming the response of the
World Church.

Back In Barbados

HO should I see strolling

into Goddard's yesterday but
Mr. Alexander Cheape, owner of
“Carlton”, St. James. Mr, Cheape
left Barbados on March 28th for
Scotland via Canada by T.C.A.
and returned yesterday by the
Colombie from the U.K.

Help

HE Salvation Army are appeal-
ing for funds to assist them
in their programme of Christmas (he ‘winter for

Cheer for the poor and unfortun-
ate.
Donations whether money, cloth-

ing or food will be gratefully ac- ,

cepted,
Third Winter

IS friends at the Savannah

Club will be glad to know

that Mr. Reginald Myer is back in

Barbados. Accompanied by his

wife, he arrived from England by
the Colombie yesterday.

This is the third

spent the winter months in Bar-
bados,

They are guests at the St. Law-
vence Hotel,

Flying Visit
M*: DAN BLACKE TT, Editor
of the Torch left last night
for Trinidad by B.W.1.A., on his
wey to British Guiana. While in
Yrinidad he will see Hon. Roy
Joseph and Hon Raymond Hamel
Smith. He expects to re.urn from
British Guiana on Wednesday
November 14,
During his stay there he will be
the guest of Mr. Robert Adams,
Barrister at law.

WAY...

Safe at her moorings
FFHHE Saucy Mrs. Flobster is
deserted once more, The
last echoes of the Braxted-road
Band’s idea of Raff's “Cavatina”
linger among the frayed shrouds
and splintered yards end
mouldering smoke-stacks. Mrs.
Withersedge, leaning over a bit of
disgarded park railing, gazes at
the reflection of an old coacn-
lantern in four inches of slimy
water. A loiterer on the embank-
ment passes an ill-natured re-
mark about the Spanish Main.
A saucy boy shouts: “Sharks on
the port beam, Ma!” a3 five
bedraggled gulls alight and quar-





is a little out of breath

Rupert
after his strange landing, so he sits
quietly while Rollo puts on his other

clothes. ‘* Thank goodness, it’s so
hot on this island,’’ he says. ‘ The
rest of me is almost dry already,”
Then, untying the knot, they haul

bados she

» consecutive
year that Mr. and Mrs. Myer have



Rupert and the Lion Rock—28

Danish Training Ship
HE Danish State owned Dan-
mark is due to arrive here

by on November 20th on a ceven day
spending visit,

with 116 cadets on board

These cadets ar >i raine 3
ing with the Society for the Pro- officers sap ey eer, Ages sna Bl
Navy

bad:s once
of absence from his Church to go is

in the
Danaark

Danish Merchant
has visited Bar-
before the war. She

full rigged with three masts



and she also has motor power. She
is registered at

778 tons gross.
Captain of the vessel is Capt.

K. L. Hansen. She is en route from

Madeira and when she leaves Bar-
will visit St. Thomas
New Orleans and Columbia befor¢
returning home.
Majority of the cadets are be
tween the ages of 18 and 19.
Barbados Holiday
M* WILLIAM MAHON anc
Miss Hazel Mahon, son anc
daughter of Mrs. Cecil
Meakon of Christ
Church, arrived here from Eng-
land yesterday by the Colombie
Resident in England, they are
here on holiday.

Retired Businessman

M t. AND MRS. J. J. CRAIN

from Wallingford,
flew in over the
the U.S. via Puerto Rico to spend
the winter months in
They have been coming here for
he past nineteen
years. Mr. Crain is a
businessman. They are guests at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Met In Canada

Mr, and
Maxwells,



R. ALBERT LANGLOIS, Com-

missioner of Police, Montreal
was an_ intransit
Grenada on the
Challenger which arrived in Car-
lisle Bay yesterday morning, He
was accompanied by his wife,



Conn.,
week-end from

Barbados.

retired

passenger lo
C.N.S. Canadian

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

f Pr.
|
|

Will HE have to end his Holly- G ABLE sas ealih iain adie

'wood career? Will SHE be able

to preventa “quickie” divorce?











Those are the questions they
are asking in the tangled
case of— -

Propert’s White Renovato
or Propert’s Shuwhite. No

|
|

a oe USA., where 43 What is it all about? It ail field labourer who, at 50, is still} suret way of making sure
states have 48 different ways of develops because Mrs. Gable — among the top ten, with a con-| that white shoes are white!
the iormer wifé of Lord Ashley, tract for £2,600 a week?



getting married and givorced, nas
seldom seen a tan s fantastic

Couglas Fairbanks and Lord It could mean just that.
“6 the one that meshes the Sianiey of Alderley y f aot ee " . Pi |
: 32 Alma g > cea eee 2 riley — thinks she If the worst came, Gable would |
only mene Oey oon money should have her divorce in Cali- hardly be facing ruin. He is one| Pp R oO P E R T’s
it. “ Re ecertee fornia. of the richest men in Hollywood.
Five days before Christmas Gable*, on the other hand, For years he has shown as gre.it |} SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR

thinks he should get it in Nevada, an
were whe courts are much less
diflieuit in the matter of alimony.

In pursuit of this aim, and to

interest in his fleet of cars,
his log shack in Oregon, guns and
dogs and ranches as in a new pic-

1949, when the 49-year-old, fast-
greying but still handsome “King
of the Movies” eloped with the

In Cartons with Sponge









former Lady Ashley, it was going ,,.... : i ture. : i ——
to be “This time for keeps.” They [.°** himself really a Nevadan, Gable is the outdoor type in Opening Fri 2.30; 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
both said so. But now they both G2>!¢ has gone to more trouble his private life even more than R'TOWN Another, CARIBBEAN PREMIERE !
want to call it quits. And they are Poe ORS ‘ : on the screen. His wife, it is said, PLAZA DIAL 2310 GOODBYE, MY¥ nang nid
learning in the hard way how The usual thing is to pass a is happier in the social round. Joan Crawford— Robert Young

tricky that can be in a country ?/¢48ant six weeks at the gaming And this, according to friends, is TODAY & TOMORROW










































Be ; : * tables, then pick up your decree. whi roug aj arriage to 445 & 8.30 P.M. — oat ae a ng
where some States ignore what is Dut Cable has taken Up residence Wrote es nee Marniage ‘0 “RIDERS IN THE DUST”
dtvanta will, of course, get their iio thee yen At af -va Hollywood D nde pape OR Starring WHIP WILSON — ANDY CLYDE and
ivorce in the end. bt shen and. *2! a é oll +Dillon, dramatic 20) : rea ” ”
where is another —_ be ont where he and his fourth wife} Langham, Texas widow Carole LAW OF THE PANHANDLE
is an even greater complexity avon: for a few months, andj Lombard. Starring JOHNNY Mac BROWN
1 'Wgaaiae’ ee foe dee “honen Bought a 3,000-acre place in —L:E.8. — Te pin. — 5 Wears eee
There is a very good chance yivada instead. , aaa! “Ate eae . “BAD MAN OF RED BUTTE”

that even when he gets his free- “"j7, has bought a Nevada Kirby GRANT Johnny Mack BROWN

immediate arrest and jail. FUN & FANCY FREE

Color by
Dinah Shore &
BAMBOO BLONDE

“ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON”
Color by Technicolor
Dennis Morgan, Don Defore &
‘WHITE HEAT"

his masonic
Nevada lodge.
this news reached Jerry

even switched
bership to a
When

mem-



dom Gable will have to stay licence, paid the Nevada tetaal Ee

away from Hollywood—and all of, hy ea eae tae ; 6 dsMadeYou : e é
California—or be regarded, cnet ae a = “ oe e al an ng > ‘ OISTIN as A Ak as
he steps over the Nevada bound- Hollywood banks and opened new| @ * BP EAZA vis 408 || re Ganben — st sames
ary, as a criminal liable io both safely in Nevada. He cf —Vigour Renewed TODAY (only) 430 & 8.s2 p.m Walt Disne;'s

Technicolor

BBC. Programme Without Operation















Giesler; the multi-millionaire James Cagney, Virginia Mayo pecin urs. | Thurs, 8 30 p.m.
s “he sor ivore awyer v 5 4.30 p.m A Place of
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951 Hollywood divorce lawyer, who] _ 1 you feel old before your time or suffer _ , zy fonly) i :
11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11 30 is acting for Mrs. Gable Giesler| from nerve, brain and physical weakness, THURS. (only) & & 8.30 p.m Shadow on One's ows
am Musica Britannica, 12.00 noon The said grimly: “I am determined to you) on Dey Dat auicerare aioe whe “SHADOWS. OF THE weer” & Nteht aon Wings "Ore
News, 1210 pm News Analysis. make this case a guinea-pig. I| stores youthful vigour and vitality quicker Wen uisOs Andy CLYDE pore eas
00—7.15 p.m. S132 m., 4843 mM. hill go to the Supreme Court if| than gland operat one. it is one pees a
“| treatment in t t rm, scover: — ~
400 pm The News, 410 pm ‘The necessary to prevent these so-| American Doctor. Absolutely harmless and | \°eS9OOPrSOOOO" SOS POS SS POF OPIS PPPS
Daily Service, 415 pm Rugby League cqlled quickie divorces.” easy to take, but the newest and most pow- | ¢
Football, 425 pm BBC Northern Gable’s case likely t one | erful invigourator known to science. It
Orchestra, 500 pm Composer of the sables case 1s likely to COME! gots directly on your glands, nerves, and
Week, 515 pm New Records, 600 Up first. The Nevada _ courts] vital organs, builds aew, pure blood, and
pm BBC Midland Light Orchestra, usually ignore such injunctions as as oie oak views teh ee eb tase,
6.45 pm Programme Parade, 655 pm. the one Mrs, Gable obtained the]} Because of its natural action on glands and TO-DAY, 4.30 P.M. ONLY
oe Rave aiadods 7 ee te de other dey, “restraining” the hus- nerve, your brats power, Fremory and
News a sis, 745 pm wen wy r : ‘ esi, often improve amaz .
Questions. band from seeking a_= divorce vr this wanaitas new land and vi ur “13 RUE MADELEINE” (James CAGNEY)
7.45—10.80 p.m, 31.22 m., 44.43 m_ elsewhere. restorer, called Vi- Tabs, is guarant: . It AND
PET) Afterwards, the lawyers say bas been, tested a8 proves. by Powers * ” T ;
§ a sree 3 "i * * “ "9 ) in America, and is > hie
Seniemnenhe otonaeinn oat in Com. Gable will be in contempt Of] chemists here, Get Vi-Tabs from your IN OLD CHICAGO” (Tyrone Power Alice Faye)
poser of the Week, 9.00 p.m. Mr. Beverly Court—the California court, that Svenim Satay. Fut it ? pe ec 54
Plays God, 9.55 pm Interlude, 10.00 js—if he sets foot in California.] eyh bottle, evhich lasts eight days, under '
pe. ane News, 10.10 pm From The And if he remarries he will, in| the positive guarantee that it must make TONITE! TONITE! 8.15 P.M.
10 30pm Cathedral Music." California's eyes, be a bigamist] You fall of vigour, energy and wieality,
. wausic s ; ex, ¥ a e to ears Younger or
C.8.C, PROGRAMME ind subject to’ arrest at his} money back on return’ of empty pa STEEL BAND AND MARICO COMPETITION

ty package.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, A special, double-strength bottle of 48 Vi-

1951 ‘mer wife’s re .
10.05 p.m.—-10.20. p.m Ma ee eee: Fabs costs little, BARBADOS RHYTHM KINGS (Champs.)
10.20 p.m. 10.35 pn . Canadian £2,600 a Week Vi-Tabs and the guarantee

Chronicle Does all this more Protects you.

mean no

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Restores Manhood and_ Vitality

Hollywood for one-time oil-

vs.

THE DEFENDERS, (Challengers)
AND

12 MARICO-MAD DANCERS

with the Film
“13 RUE MADELEINE” (Jas. Cagney)





/









TOMORROW ONLY, 4.30 \ -M.
THE & 8.15 P.M



“PINKY”
BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS “HOUSE On shee STREET”
présent ‘ Beteds:





ACT Ub»

THE CIRCLE



Mr. and Mrs. Langlois were met i Rude rang the vastness, (8)
by Major R,. A. Stoute, Deputy 4 Do it tor money. (4)
Commissioner of Police, who Bee oe OE a iad . by Somerset Maugham

brought them to the Central Police

Station. They were later taker
around by Colonel R. T. Michelin
Commissioner of Police,

They are on their way to Grenada

where they will spend a few days

before returning to Barbados for ¢
short holiday.
Colonel Michelin
Langlois in Montreal
visit to Canada in March this year.

Two Weeks

met

R. ADOLF BIERZYNSKI, Dis-



trict Médical Officer,

Patrick’s Grenada is now in Bar-

bados for two weeks’ holiday. He
arrived yesterday by B.WI1.A.
and is staying at the Ocean View

Hotel.



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has slipped overboard. Dusk
settles, blurring the lines of the
romantic craft. Bobbins the cat
overturns a bottomless saucepan.
Mrs, Withersedge sighs and seeks
her couch, A little breeze blowing
up-river, ruffles two aprons hung
up to dry. Then all is silence.
Nothing to do with me
ee eee is very odd to-

day. I have just read this;
He has entered the pullover he
has knitted against all the wo-
men competitors at the Isle of
Thanet plaughing match. It is
now up to the women to use a
knitted plough,

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bring “the ropes. They may be
useful."" And they make their way
along the broken ridge of rocks
towards the main island.



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SEA WELL

ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA
From Grenada
Doreen \V ck

ON MONDAY

Alfred Churct ot
Harding, Denis Hen
Lang, Michaei
Protain, Tyldesty
From Trinidad
R. Innes, J



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DeCo u R. Edwards, H Page
Davies, L Govia, C Williams R
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Headley
DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA.
MONDAY

For Grenada :

Leonard Taylor, Doris Taylor,
Johnson, Terrence Hawkins, Eric
Ruby Way.

For Trinidad ;

Wilfred Bradshaw, Randall,
French, Ernest Szunyosh, Rosamund
Previte, Bertie Rogers, Thalbur Persaud,
Daphne Brasece, Kenneth Hamel-Smith.



ON

Kelvin
Way,

Guy Iris

Passengers arriving at Barbados from
Southampton (England) yesterday were:
Hazel Mahon, Eda Ince, R, Clarke,
William Mahon, Sidney Blow, John
Brancker, Conagh Brancker, Pauline
Brancker, Jil Brancker, William
Brancker, Alice Forde, Joseph Du Bou-
lay, Fannie Du Boulay, Archdeacon
Harry Bloomfield, Rev. Canon Johnson,
R. Calvert, Harold Hugh, George Hay-
wood, Mother Joseph Ryan, Montagne
White, H. Woolhouse and wife, Leonard
Turner, Alexander Cheape, Harold
Nicholls, Adrian Bannister, Ivon Rob-
inson and wife. Reginald Meyer and
wife, Lady E. DeFreitas, Fred Simpson
and wife,



Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY

Passengers sailing yesterday from
Barbados on S.S. Celombie :—

On Cruise :

William Nurse, Violet Haynes, Ruby
D. Matthews, Reginald Clarke, Joseph
Charles, Dr. Aubrey Gibbons, Charles
Harris
For Jamaica :

Eliza Barrow, Christine Barrow, Her-
bert Perkins
For Curacao :

Clyde M. Briggs
For La Guaira:

Augusto Heredia, Roberte Simeon,

Nathalie Conliffe.
For Trinidad :





George De Gama, Amy De Gama,
Camilla Denman, Helena Greaves, Cmdr
Hugh Tippinge, Edna Tippinge, John
Cameron, Lawrence Fielding, Jessie
Fielding, Marga Gall, Mable Cave,
Patricia Ravcourt, Evelyn Watson, Doro-
thy Griffith, Leatie Bruce, Hensley
Greaves, John Richards, Jmmy Haswell

Passengers arriving at Barbados yes-
terday by the motor vessel Canadian
Challenger were



From Montrea
Victor Hooper
From Antigua ;
Cc. A. Hynam and wife, P
Winston O'Neale, Agnes Charles,

St. Juste.



and wife, Currie Hearle.

Hynam,
Jerome



Drunken Driving
Charge Dismissed

Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Pol-
ice Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday dismissed without pre-
judice a charge brought by the
Police against Lambert Estwick of
Lodge Road, Christ Church, of
driving a motor van while under
the influence of drink.

Mr. E. Barrow appeared on
behalf of Estwick. The Police
alleged ou August 5, Estwick
while driving the motor van
X—670 collided with the Public
Buildings gate. Dr, A. S. Cato
who examined Estwick at his

office said that in his opinion he
was not under the influence of
alcohol.

Mr. Barrow
court submitted

in addressing the
that there was
a doubt in the evidence of the
prosecution witnesses and as it
was a criminal charge the court
must give the benefit of the doubt
to the defendant.

One of the © prosecution wit-
nesses said that the defendant
hit the knob of the gate with the
car but it was not proved whether
it was negligence on the part of
his client. Dr. Cato said that he
was not unsteady in his gait and
the mere fact that the Police took
him to the doctor about

25 min-
utes after the alleged accident
showed that there was some

doubt in the minds of the Police.
On these facts the defendant
should be discharged.

OLD AGE PENSION

The maximum rate of old age
pension is $1.20 per week and not
$1.80 as was stated recently at a
political meeting.



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atom bomb rose thousands of feet inte the air a few seconds after
the double explosion, which was said by observers to be of an

entirely new type.—Express.

75 Accidents

Last year there were 5,600 motor
vehicles registered in Barbados and
1,110 accidents occurred. Of those
15 were fatal, 127 serious and the
remainder iminor.

This year the number of vehi-
cles in Barbados has increased. Up

to the end of September 890 acci-
dents were recorded. Fifteen of
these were fatal, 62 serious and
813 minor. With an average of
75 accidents per month, the total
number of accidents at the end
of the year will probably show
an increase over last year.

The majority of 141 accidents

this year were caused by drivers
or riders .overtaking other vehi-
eles, while 91 were caused either

through error of judgement or
necligence. Only five accidents

were caused by drivers under the
influence of drink and five because
the drivers were not accustomed
to the vehicles.

More on Saturday

Saturday is the peak day for
aceidents. Up to the end of Sep-
tember this year 162 accidents
occurred on Saturday. It is inter-
esting to note that more accidents
occur on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed-
nesdays and Thursdays, than on
Fridays although Friday is the
day when the planters and man-
agers visit the City.

Between 5.00 and 6.00 p.m, is
the time when most of the acci-
dents occur. Seventy-five occurred
between that time and 74 between
4,00 and 5.00 p.m, The least acci-
dents occur between 2.00 and 3.00
a.m, So far only two have occurred
between that time.

In 1946 only 2,900 motor vehicles
were registered in the island. /.
big jump was made in 1947 when
the total rose to a little over
4,000. Traffic accidents for 1946
totalled 475 as against 1,110 in
1950. In 1947, 198 people were
killed and injured, a little less the
following year and about 140 in
i948. In 1949 the number rose to
450 and last year the number was
approximately 625.

The Crime Chart shows _ that
mcre house breakings were com-
mitted during the day than ty
night during the month of Septem-
ber. This was also the same in

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the case of
ling houses.
The majority of these crimes
could be attributed to carelessness
on the part of dwellers who fail
to secure their places properly.
To motorists, the road leading

larcenies from dwel-

from Bridgetown to St. James,
Highway No. 1, especially along
Black Rock, is the danger spot,
Special Police patrols are now
being posted in this area where
the majority of accidents have
oceurred. Many accidents also

teok place along Hastings, Worth-
ing and Maxwells and it is quite
clear that many ccidents are caused
on long stretches of road, where
motorists are tempted to break the
speed limit.



Canadian Cruiser
Taking New Route

The C.N.S. motor vessel “Can-
adian Cruiser” which is expected
to call here from British Guiana
via Trinidad on Sunday, will be

taking the unfamiliar route of
Nassau, Bermuda, Halifax and
St. John when she sails from
Barbados the same night,
“Canadian Cruiser”, on her
home bound voyages from Bar-
bados, usually stops in at St.

Lucia or Dominica to load small
supplies of fruit or lime juice,
and then sails direct to Canada.

She _ will be loading molasses
and rum for Canadian ports and
general cargo for Nassau and
Bermuda. She is consigned to
Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co.
Ltd.-

COLOMBIE TAKES 33
FROM BARBADOS

French Liner Colombie called
here yesterday from Southampton
with 34 passengers for Barbados.

Colombie is on her Caribbean
cruise. She took 33 passengers yes-
terday afternoon and left port for
Jamaica via Trinidad, La Guaire
and Curacao. Some of the passen-
gers are making the cruise.

Colombie is consigned to Messrs
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd,

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g J’ca Prepares For
Big Tourist Season

JAMAICA is looking forward to a good tourist season |
this year as the hurricane which struck the island in
August did serious damage only on the south side and left |
undamaged the whole of the north coast with all its tourist)
resorts, Mr. S. G. Fletcher, Managing Director of the |

yesterday. }

Gleaner told the Advocate
Mr. Fletcher who is Chairman
of the Coconut Control Authority,
an advisory and licensing body
for the coconut industry, is now
in Barbados for the Oils and Fats

Conference which opens at
Hastings House to-day. He arriv-
ed from Trinidad yesterday

morning by B.W.LA. and is stay-
ing. at the Ocean View Hotel.

e said that a new 1 called
Monteso Beach Hote been
built by Mr, Morrow, an Ameri-
can with large interests all over
the U.S. in packaged huts. It is
very modern with about 100
rooms and is now on the point

of completion and will be opened
in December.

Extensions
Extensions have also been
made to other hotels, there has

been considerable development in

the game fishing facilities and a

new nine hole golf course is be-
ing constructed at Ocho Rios
principally for the benefit of tour-
ists.

Mr. Fletcher said that develop-
ments are also planned in the
Port Antonio area where Errol
Flynn, the film star has an island
and a large estate.

He said that there are still
several thousand people living
in tents in Jamaica and it looks
as though that might be so for
quite a while.

There are some rehabilita-
tion schemes both in housing
and agriculture which have not
yet begun to operate, but are
in the planning stage.

_ Emergency feeding is still go-
ing on on a reducing scale and
it is hoped that by the end of
the year when the local crops
are being reaped again, feeding
ean be eliminated.

Banana Crop

The banana crop of the island
was destroyed, but in the areas
which had not received the full
force of the hurricane, the crop
was coming on and they should
be exporting bananas again in a
fairly substantial way about
Mareh—April next year. |

The coconut crop was not se-
verely damaged except in tho
south eastern area where probably
400,000 trees were destroyed.
Fortunately there were about a
million and a half trees planted
on the north side of the island
since the 1944 hurricane and
many of these were now begin-
ning to bear,

“We are hoping that within
the next two or three years, the
coconut production will be more
than it was prior to the 1951 hur-
ricane”’, he said.

“Most of the damage to
wharves and commercial build-
ings has been repaired, but there
is still a lot of unrepaired dam-
age among small householders,

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“The airport has been cleared |
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“Everyone in Jamaica has been |
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BARBADOS eo ADVOMATE Will Churchill And Truman peed (951-52 World

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EDUC ATION NEW YORK. (By R. M. MacCOLL) MORE FROM 8.W.1.,,BUT C WEALTH
4 t i BEFORE anyone is much older, America was aw‘ully full of ad Call and Select Early from
‘4 Winston Churchill will be over to vice—but nothing eise. S ; TOT. L 1S DOWN
T is . ; seein see Truman. Sne seemed to watch us, as we A ; - -
Pt BLIC attention has be . n focussed on j And this meeting between the struggled with our Middle East- ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
criticisms of the present educational sys- | Prime Minister and the President ern problems, as disinterestedly LONDON.

tef and its @dministration made in the | is thought certain to rank, im as though it were all something

Pp ‘. ik 5 | historical importance and in the that could not possibly affect her.
Press and on public platforms. Little seems | tremendously grave matters with And this, in itself, helped un-

A world sugar crop of 35,611,000 tons may
be harvested during the 1951-52 season, ac-

to be done to remedy the condition. | which it will grapple, with the dermine our position. celal 4 . :
| war-time meetings of Churchill But as the full impact of cording to the first estimate of the season
}and Roosevelt. events at Abadan and Suez sank made by Messrs. C. Czarnikow, Ltd., the
> ag > é fest < P ies create | sritain’s General Elec ame . ore Z > as a f r S
Racing Sib spenkinny aelndition gushed. | , eens Seeceh mination onone Seteh, Sates, seu ihe at London sugar brokers. If this total is reach-
by the inopportune introduction of age Lof ways. But as far as Anglo- to get much more than advice ed, it would be a record, nearly 500,000 tons
grouping and the teaching of foreign lan- , American relations were con- from now on,

} above last season's total.

The total includes 23,136,000 tons of cane
}/sugar, a substantial rise from last year’s
| 21,842,000 tons harvested. But the estimate is
that beet sugar production will drop to
12,475,000 tons as against last season’s
production of 13,278,000 tons.

Although there will be more sugar from
the British West Indies and British Guiana in
1951-52, says the estimate, total production



guages if the elementary schools and the | cerned, it #ame hard on the heels And right then came the news
A . ’ : jof a subtle and extremely signifi- that Churchill was back.
maintenance of superannuation as an an- cant change in America’s : Welcome

swer to congestion in the secondary schools, towards our problems in the Our wartime leader, immense-

; . Middle East—and, indeed, all jy an. 4 @: . ;
there is the confessed weakness in the In- ly popular and respected in
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over the world. America anyway, could scarcely

spectorate. Real Danger have re-enteréd the picture at a

In spite of the close friendship moment when he was assured of
. . . ete | between Britain and America, in so warmly eager = welcome.

An advertisement appearing in the Press |spite of c¢omradely memories of But—and this is what gives te

now calls for applications for the post of two wars, 7 —_ of present alli- his ote ae coe nee Pron 9

Py aM 7. ance under Eisenhower in Europe, 4 quality o igh historic import-

Inspector of Schools and the salary fixed [tradition and habit are two cane ance—the two men will discuss

from $144 per month to a maximum of $280. which die hard. And American more than the immediate and

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—for keeps—of tie drain on her|in the British Commonwealth will drop, due Ne and extremely effective combined
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But the qualification demanded from the ap- | 8°! sete toe “havea” oe abe thai i ila armen Ertan Goake -'entirely to smaller production in Australia Tin and Sprayer.
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graduate preferably with qualifications in pastors, and to adopt a “colonial, obviously must * dealt with. ‘ How would this partnership ! CS. P Non-Inflammable
g ; ies < » science, ¢ » pos- | Policy towards them. SOME NG has goc .o be arrived at? ye, : ; : Be NTC. - . ‘
mathe matics und or science, and the pos As a remult America wee Sety ‘G0mp. avout the sopnomle’ orials ‘Use The Gold’ British West Indies 1951-52 production is HER & CO. icra:
session of a recognised Teacher’s Training {apt to’ take a holier-than-thou SOMETHING must be agreed ,pryyR KROCK, head of the estimated at 701,000 tons as compared with Ph. 4472
Certificate or a Diploma. ory amine it Fae +n — stants chou ae Egyptians New York Times Washington 669,000 tons in the previous season. Figures Rapid Acting
city Ing Haim to avoid »* oan ' $ Bureau, is one of the shrewde = ey :
: ; : | “Imperialism,” it has encouraged AND SOME WAY must be reporters fs America. for British Guiana, given separately, show
It is true that another inspector is needed | the Persians, the Egyptians, and found to keep the British re- And he has the distinction ©’ | 4 corresponding rise from 205,000 tons to :
to strengthen the staff but it is absurd on jthe rest to more recalcitrance “rmament drive going at full having twice had personal inte: & SS =
) Strengthen the stair but it iS abs |and so worsened the very trouble- blast, without at the same time views with Truman—the only re- 221,000 tons. “a
the part of the Government to hope to |spots which America is just as lowering her standard of living porter who ever managed it But the Commonwealth total, sa th {
attract a graduate in science or mathematics |keem 5 Britain to see soothed unfairly. He says: “This partnersh ie : ; erate ee
; 5 as over. New Deal? ought to be determined by a col’- estimate, will decline from 3,043,000 tons in SILENT K NIC ; HT
with a Teacher's Diploma by a salary com- | Looker-on BUT these questions, sombre, Plooded analysis, area hureh'!’ 1950-51 to 2,822,000 tons this season. Austra-
Hl ches " j fc : ave : yhat a strong, $ oni. | ys :
mencing at $144 per month. This seems This bad state of affairs lin- though they are, are dwarfed by oe ie coeraave Britain-means {. lia ‘and South Africa, says the report, are
to provide another avenue for permitting gered on until quite recently, TS eeniat at ice te the United States in terms "conspicuous amongst cane producers as .
quacks” to find places in the educational ° a and Truman may have “rough- what 1 senile con Steet? it that showing substantial reductions this season. KEROSENE
evil | , 3 ed out” a completely new deal yo en i chould disappes : ve
system. which will govern the entire Find of Britain ori nr ae _ Disastrous weather conditions have per-
. | future course of relations between siiontic Union idea, an expanded sisted and have necessitated gradual reduc- REFRIGER A TORS i
And the general public will take a lot of | For, ‘while the change in aan Aneel oe Pee hened tions in production estimates as the season j
convincing that it is necessary to have a Se amet &, setive sym- uae. oem has progressed. In Australia the anticipated
: : : our e astern ~ r *
graduate in ‘mathematics or science to fill problems was going on, another | And he urges that the gold at output is now as low as 725,000 tons, or a 2 ONLY LEFT UNSOLD
the posf"sfiThSpector of Schools in Bar- eae we in the making in Fort Knox be used ond credits” reduction of more than 200,000 tons compared no an 4
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bados. It would be the island’s good for-
tune if‘gich a candidate could be found
willing to accept the post even if for
reasons of health but an advertisement

The State Department was being For Americans across the with last year, The 495,000 tons expected in

told that it was time to stop tack- country are — seriously worried South Africa is 117,000 tons below seat ‘walle : Ye
ling things on a hand-to-mouth, about a_ possible total economic 7 ’ s ats fi
day-to-day basis and really do Collapse in Britain, which would ©on’s crop, Secure one or Christmas
some thinking. In fact, that it mean the disappearance of the
was high time for America to have bedrock of the North Atlantic

such as that now being published does an__ | a policy for the Middle East — Tree Crmmpisstion,_ + ita “Such a reduction,” says the firm, “is, in- e

we oe Ee 7 as : Ere something which she has hithert aven the most extreme 0 © deed, j

injustice to hundreds of people in the area pont pieb 5 as hitherto | Even isolationists concede that : a serious loss to the Commonwealth, DA COSTA & Cc L d A

eligible for the post and whe could fill it And similarly Mr. Truman such . calamity must be pre- the more so if taken in conjunction with the O., t vn gents
2 ’ when he gets down to business vented. be ., smaller crop of beet sugar ex i

efficiently, with his visitor, will have drawn The magazine ‘Time sums it P t sugar expected in the

up for their joint study long- up:— LR, | United Kingdom compared with “he record DIAL 3378 hg ELEC. DEPT.

range suggestions for helping Brit- “As long as Churchill is around, peechad last year.”

ain get by, as well, probably, as ee ee ye i sure 4 -

a review of wha as to rise from e slump of wary : a 7

to heli sinow ait has been done Mredom into which they have, !” other Caribbean sugar-producing coun-| ) == =seeaaappeemunesrrensy se ESS SSS.

analysis of why it has not worked. fallen, Whatever their differences tries, apart from the British West Indies,
If Churchill should ask for a may be, the United States likes

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supervise the work added unnecessarily to
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4 q ae ; |crop prospects are good. The firm warns ®
° y loan, the odds are all Lombard- Churchill and Churchill like the i a ;
It shows the lack of awareness on the part street to a china orange that he United States.” | that it is difficult to make firm estimates at ersatiie
of those responsible for the planning of the would get it. A Two Un Tap \this stage of production in the Caribbean,
immediate needs .of ihe ever increasing But he. would gat. it with refuce oj: Russia: truman . ind|

+ tance—not because of any lack of @purehil) sce pretty well eye to Since cane cutting does not begin until the

American generosity, but simply . resi rg) t f th i i
ATT CES eee t simply” eye, and the President knows! turn of the year. As a result, it points out,
because everybody knows it has Wel] that when it comes to per- :

deen tried already once—and been {41 and political reassurance, he the estimates are to some extent tentative.
a yoo Bic will get far more from Churchill’s; The Cuban crop, however, is placed at
5 hon ach Se > acaielian g ‘Abport than he ever gained from 6,000,000 tons in the 1951-52 season, a big rise
a lot different—and a whole lot And two old American friends from 5,668,000 tons harvested in the preced-
better than a loan this time. of Churchill's will probably be on jnp ¢ : : :
Somehow Truman and Churchill tap. as required: Averell Harri- B we year, San Domingo will increase
have got to work out between man, former Ambassador to| Production from 520,000 tons to 575,000 tons,
them a “grand strategy of vic- Britain, and Bernard Baruch, the

sehool population of this island.

This is not the only instance in which
the general. public maintain a legitimate
fear that they are not getting the best re-
sults for the huge sums now expended on
education. During recent weeks several
letters have been written to this news-



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‘ tory,” just as Churchill did with “park bench statesman” and top- arte Rico from 1,105,000 tons to 1,200,000 &
paper critical of the system of education, Roosevelt in wartime. ranking economist. tons and Haiti from 58,000 tons to 60,000 tons. SS &
5 feat ata Hf ¢ * g | It must be a large and formida- Put a ring around your calen-| fF si : ‘2
the administration of that system and of ‘ie cartnership Gat, ecohensbh dan, We. Oncall pave cause .t0 For the French West Indies, the estimate is

the people who administer it. It is not in MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL arrangement on such an heroic remember November 1951. that the crop will be increased from 130,000
the interest of the community for education eee ene on Seneees L.E.S.— tons to 140,000 tons,





or its administration to become the butt of od e |

critics; but it is even less in the public in- The b=-Vear Plan Of Private | “CONSUMPTION IS STILL LIMITED”

terest to cloak any deficiencies of a system

on which 20‘pér-cent. of our annual public | “It is still very difficult to paint any very

expenditure js spent. PULYZNS KI reliable statistical picture into these figures,”
a : jcomments Czarnikow’s review. “Many areas

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public confidence in the administration of [pris heided easi, poking for ihe terms with aes tose the at they are considered ready for of the requisite overseas ee . For DRESSES
schools is essential, |Russians. “1 thought they were ™Y,of the United States. jes, anything, Korea included. Mosi| ae y:
3 our friends.” __There are Russians a a €S, of them expect one day to be Although rationing has long been aband- SKIRTS
a re ae Only a month before he hae Cera te te Ruman. back in Europe, serving under}oned in many countries, in a number of 7
graduated from « Polish cavalry & “@tvian OF lwo, ® ~ 1. Eisenhower. other : : : ither 1 1
kehool and put on his. officer's 4498 and Estonians, a Transy!- — qney will not serve out thei: ers consumption is restricted either by HOUSECOATS

“I found. the. Russians ail Bed Army, wearing Hitler's uni- oe, bane ee cee Ue ay both. Off-take must depend on how much
THE loss ofthe bill to make provision wight,” he says, without bitter- Re eet cite with the iis first weeks in America each| foreign currency those consuming countries
for @& ten fe lsory Third Party pera Set eee With 8). (raaeries Many ‘pear the scars of guer- at nas heen given a “sponsor | which depend on imports (including the
for a system of compulsory Lhirc : humour, “And I wound up in . to smooth his path whenever hx

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* There were other escapes, edge or tte terram in some odd Said one of the sponsors: |

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the benefit-of'such Jegislation has been lost wounds in the Warsaw uprising.

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to the island. It was not due to any opposi- men somewhere in Czecho-
tion. | Slovakia. Now here he is at Fort
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The bill was.introduced late in the ses- and. sand dunes 75 miles from Temarkably

5 “I'm supposed to be a sort of) « : ‘ ; sia
corner of Eastern Europe or : oc | “That is not an easily calculable factor for
other. And all are supposedly buddy, Jeepers, I feel_more like . 5

burning with a desire to fight 2 Wet nurse.” ‘ |it not only depends on the general trade bal-
for the “Free World,” though, /his"" he added, ‘isn’t going) ance of countries, but also on the opportuni- Ok

sat , fo be an easy job. . PP i
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bay ey je ‘+ duced one of the newcomers. | plus countries, not to mention the questior
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order that inemibers‘ofithe House of Assem- jto start, | perhaps . en As yet, basic training for the ), on. Said the red-faced) political trend is, of course, an importan‘
bly. should have opportunity for further [96 Mme tte. with the iain newcomers — consic's _ principally om 2 at a Waa 6 BM ntce in be fad os it ‘Tey. infisence absorp AND SELECT
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ws are tba > ia , a : orn GI who ygrouses about the pa hcl sid : : :
been passed. If Barbados is to have Com- |: wo'-avonder: Private Bulysnaki's quality. of the food: heaping Again a total pack. consumption of some producing countric: | THE BEST
pulsory Third Party Insurance a similar haven’ 1k permanently creased in an plates of pork, baked beans, j,., my Soe to be read-) which was a marked feature of the earl: | }
bill must be introduced early in the new indestructible smile. No wonder cabbage, peaches - and - cream, free? asked the acral post-war years has continued in many 14 ‘

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session. {tank ef. corporal and has a The man with a “von” in his aoe oe s a charged five| stances and has provided a partial off-set i: | { While We have Large Siocks at Low Prices
an sam ype for everyone, ‘in uncien-e gene ue 4 that , Paha the statistical balance to the artificial restric | etl “Seer Badd a Mik Tp-day
r + ; — : orm or out. shortly—apologize as > rose : ; — utter an ik -day
There can be no doubt that it is sadly Private Pulvensiti te ankibua tember’ tanta oe eee er woes Gs a ee ees * . tion of consumption in many so-called con | Bon oe q >
, a ale . a aaah Maanretioieatinn ine? tamantas 4 . ateatl e tried our luck with a group : : j
needed. |please. For hg has embarked at years one is not used to ‘such > 7 clkaticg |SuMing countries. | icod "wqy/ TIES {
o | Jast on a five-year-plan of his fare.’ Some.of the men are The sceehostiek ae te. j dust Arri CIGARE ES \
own. : bull-necked peasant types: this j939 ‘The Pole digininad 4 eae “ bos t's “ps } {}}
Peer ! ae payee he signed when he fan was a high a OE: tail “how everybody in Poland mae overall redi:ction in British Common- CUPE SUGAR CHURCHMANS
joinec p ata . army camp e wears e rumplec autigues hates ich” »y| Wealth suppli i y {
THE TEST jin Germany said that at the end of the American GI “as'a badge did ant loam ada aeoene E pplies will have to be made good. CASTOR SUGAR EMBASSY $s}
of his time he would be entitled of honour, something I feel I can aoross Germany—takirg Hitler al a OReme Shortages this season comparec ICING SUG CRAVEN “A” {{)
F “The Ti "oN I 7, 1951) | to re-enlist,- But Private be proud of.” Like Private prisoner on"the way—and reseue| With the last campaign must to some extent NG SUGAR
ee hauler on treey te Sint hevede tapall tie duces me either to Poland before Christmas in that|be placed against the increases from can PREPARED MUSTARD OU. AUR i
GOVERNMENT I i ton lean pay towards purchase of his it out altogether. Most of them Oras, setae oT caean” said ee areas, and in this connection it may be men- EGGS COUNTRY LIFE i)
ON sse days O an- oR : ih it ie Liven acce ut t Seiten beden alter ev en ee one Sie testeaan sponsor, his gloom increasing. tioned that there is considerable scope for | f ¢ ii}
/ ger and diificulty is the test, first and last, | ©*M rm na ss odie _. omens 1e curtain, Another of the grou had| ex 23 : 2 : . . Rc ‘ »)
of character, the character of the people | ‘In 1956," he says, I put ae Bachelors All isken up the" Wie Ye hs 4 expansion in consumption in this Continent ' yy)
are , ‘ a jsuit on, throw this....uniform —ajl cf them are bachelors—or plaining how all Poland's trou-) ne United Kingdom and Germany are, ci VEGETABLES '
and Parliament as much as of ministers. fees ia —s = a tae seid they were when they signed bles—in fact all Europe’s— cam-| course, the outstanding examples }}
s twin’ thre: F poverty and wer c: Bae Wc Cena meee re ye Ske from the Jew The det} oe oh : ¥ CARROTS, BEET ROOT, LETTUCE, APPLES i)
mip tera, threare ot Pe no Im going right eut and get me fn their first 16 weeks in the ‘The sponecr did not care very The estimated increase in the world pro- i ; ee qi
both be faced by the refusal to be over- a job. * don't poet a they — U.S.A. they are taking the same much for that. As we walked|duction is modest indeed when it is remem-|}}) BEEF SUET — 36c. per Ib i
: } i i 4 to make me 1 four-star genera 700. basic tre g as every i ; - - F s ‘ i ( : )
borne, and by an equal lucidity and daring They can find some other guy.” a na stharebiln, naa nace ne was tgesthing & Wtlelbered that despite an overall addition of al- Hh \
in the deeds done to keep the nation safe, Handful Of Germans saluting; bivouacs at night out His name. he told me, was| Most 4,000,000 tons last season, only a very i > - - i §
all will still be well—-and all can play their PRIVATE PULYZNSKI is one among the pines; handling the Feinberg. moderate tonnage will be carried over into! PHONE GODDARDS EARLY
Dee de cot Ae f he r iard of new army compass and reading ‘the map WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED i nor sar.”—B.U i7¢
part in the work pf 12,500 men the U.S.A. is re- practice on the ranges with the —LES. next year."—B.U.P. | Ra ede














WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951



PROSECUTION E

MURDER TRIAL
CONTINUES TO-DAY

THE PROSECUTION closed their case at the Town
Hall yesterday before the Acting Puisne Judge, Mr. G. L.

Taylor, after summoning 21

witnesses to prove the charge

that Alphonza Beckles, a 40-year-old conductor of Society
Hill, St. John, murdered 48-year-old Winston Cumberbatch,
the bus driver wko crove the same bus on which he was

conductor.

Beckles is alleged to have committed the mur-

der on September 9 this year when Cumberbatech and he

were taking the bus (P 175)

Evidence for the prosecution
gces that Beckles and Cumber-
batch had had quarrels previous
to the alleged murder. One wit-
ress has told the court that the
bus was going along Thicketts
when she saw Beckles jumping
irom the seat near the driver over
the other seats, going in the direc-
tion of the rear seat. Soon after
that the bus crashed.

Yesterday was the second day
the case was going on and _Â¥it con-
tinues to-day when Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, for
the prosecution and Mr. J. S. B.
Dear, senior counsel for Beckles
will address the jury.

On the first day of the case, Dr.
Cato who performed the post
mortem examination on Cumber-
bateh told the court that Cumber-
batch had a stab wound in his
chest which had gone half an inch
into the heart,

Boy Summoned

Besides the 21 witnesses the
Frosecution called, Mr. Dear asked
the Court to summon a boy called
Whitfield Mason whom he said
other witnesses had said was
about the scene when the bus
crashed, but who had not been
summoned. He was asked to give
evidence and in the course of his
evidence said that while he was
on Thieketts Road sitting on a
wall, the bus passed him. At that
time, Beckles was sitting in the
rear seat of the bus. After the bus
passed, he did not see Beckles
leave the rear seat, but he saw
him going from the front of the
bus towards the rear seat after
the crash,

Mr. Dear and Mr. George Farm-
er are counsel for Beckles.

The first witness to give evi-
dence yesterday was Cecil O'Neal,

Cecil O’Neal of River Road,
Traffic Manager of the General
Bus Co., Ltd., said Beckles was

employed aft his company for about
ten years,

Winston Cuinberbatch was bus
driver at the Company for about
three to four years.

Cumberbatch and Beckles were
working together on the St. Philip
reute about a year, The bus
P—175 sometimes stayed in St.
Philip instead of the Company’s
garage, and made the first’ trip
from St. Philip.

A Complaint

On September 9 about 7 a.m, he
was at the bus office at Nelson
Street. Beckles came to him and
made a complaint about Cumber-
batch.

“He told me”, he said, “that he
turned on the light the night
before to make out his way bill
and Cumberbatch turned off the
light. Three times this turning
on and off went on. He held his
hand and Cumberbatch seratched
him in his face.” He looked at
his face and saw a weal on his
left cheek.

When Cumberbatch brought the
bus to the station three quarters
of an hour later, he spoke to him.

“Beckles came up and contra-
dicted what Cumberbatch teg¢d me,”
he said. “I told both of them to

wait. I told Beckles to repeat
what he had told me. Beckles did
so and I asked Cumberbatch

whether it were true. He told me
it was not and I told him to let
me hear his side. “Cumberbatch
said he was in the bus reading
a newspaper when Beckles turned
off the light. There was a turning
on and off and on the third ofcasion
that he went to turn on the light
Beckles gave him two cuffs,

“If you do not believe’ me, I
will show you,’ Cumberbatch told
me, and he took of his jacket and
showed me a bruise.”

He (O’Neal) was somewhat an-
noyed over the circumstances and
warned them not to fight. “I told
them if by saying ‘good morning’
to each other that would bring a
row, they should refrain from
saying ‘good morning.’”

They left.

Message Received

About 10.30 p.m. he received
a message about an accident.
Later Beckles telephoned him and
told him there had been an acci-
dent on Thicketts Road. He asked
him whether anyone had been
hurt and he said no one had been
He enquired after the *bus and
he said it was damaged.

He went to Thicketts and saw
the ‘bus and a crowd. The left
front wheel was off and the tyre
of the right was burst.

A guard wall was about
feet from the "bus.

Cumberbatch was not
then. He asked Beckles what
caused the ‘bus to run off the
road. He said he did not know.

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to District “C”, St. Philip.

fast when it went off the road.
He asked him whether he was fit
to bring down the ‘bus and he
said he was quite well.

A pane of glass had been
broken from the left side of the
driver’s cage for sometime be-
fore and had not been replaced.
It had rails, The height of the
cage was four feet, five inches.

He noticed blood on the driv-
er’s seat, on the back of the cage
ana several, other small splashes.

At the beginning of his cross-
examination, Mr. Dear produced
a small imitation part of a "bus
comprising the driver’s seat, cage

and two passengers’ seats. In
answer to Mr. Dear, O'Neal said
that the front upright on the

right side of the "bus was broken.
There was a spot of blood under-
neath it.

Aubrey L. Farnum of Peterkins
Road, Inspector of Highways and
Transport, was the next witness
to give evidence. On September
9 he went to Thicketts and saw
the "bus P-175. He examined it.
The right bumper, right running
board and right front fender
were damaged. The right front
wheel was burst, The right front
upright was broken though not
completely. It was more or less
cracked.

Register Missing

The fare register was missing
from its usual position and there
was blood on the cage.

He said there were
marks,

There was no metal or
projecting from the cage of the
‘bus. The steering column and
gear were not broken. The bon-
net was slightly damaged. on the
right side.

From the top of the ’bus to the
top of the cage was one foot, four
inches. The distance between two
rails was one and a half inches.
From the driver’s seat to the left
upright of the cage was one foot
three inches,

H.P.C. James Wilkinson said
that on September 9 he got on the
"hus P-175 as a passenger going to
Marchfield, St. Philip. Cumber-
batch was the driver and Beckles
the conductor.

While in the ‘bus stand, a
woman passenger caused the bel:
to ring while getting in. Cumber-
batch who was in his seat started
to move the ‘bus. Another woman
shouted to Cumberbatch and told
him that the conductor was not
in his seat and Cumberbatch re-
versed the ‘bus back to the
stand.

Beckles went to one of the "bus
inspectors in the stand and made
a statement. Cumberbatch went
ta the inspector and asked, “If it
were time to leave and you were
in your seat and heard the bell
ring what would you do?” The
inspector did not answer

no brake

wood

Quarre} Begins

Cumberbatch and Beckles went
back to the bus and Cumberbatch
eventually drove off the ‘bus.
While the ‘bus was going on
Beckles began to quarrel with
Cumberbatch. He told him that
before anyone could respect him
he had to respect himself.

“IT Inve in St. Philip and have
often driven on this ‘bus and
have. heard them quarrel many
times,” he said.

Wilkinson, in answer to Mr.
Dear said that at the time of the
quarrel on September 9, Cum-
berbatch was retorting.

Rupert Belgrave of Thicketts,
an agricultural labourer, said he
knew Beckles and Cumberbatch,
On September 9 about 10.15 a.m.
he was at Thicketts’ Gap. He saw
the *bus come up. The only
people in the ’bus were the driver
and the conductor.

“The ‘bus passed me and
stopped about 50 to 60 feet from
me,” he said. “A man named
Winfield Greenidge and I were
talking when the ‘bus stopped.
The driver said, “hoi! come
here!” I told Winfield to go and
see what he wanted, While Win-
field was going I heard Beckles
say, “Drive on! You cannot stop
here.”

About an hour later he went to
Thicketts Road where he saw the
*bus on the right side of the road.
The driver was sitting on the

‘“‘Burns”’

Hon. J. D. Chandler’s stallion
Burns died at Todds Estate, St.
John, yesterday. He was a very
well bred horse, imported from
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guard wall
assisting him.

Cross-Examined
Cross-examined he said he had

and someone was

told the Police Magistrate that
when the ‘bus first passed him
the conductor was in the rear

seat holding a bicycle.

To Mr. Reece, he said that
from where the "bus first stopped,
it would have taken about seven
minutes to reach the point where
it was damaged.

Flavius Mason of Thiciketts said
on September 9 he was below his
home facing the road. He saw a
bus coming along the road. When
it reached about half the distance?
of the rcad, it swerved slightly to

the left, then to the right and
craened

“Tl ran toward it,” he said. “I
courd mot see the bus for the

mcst part while running toward it.
I saw Bockles. He had a bicycle
with a bee on it He was wlking
soing towards Skeete Hill. I asked
him what heppened and he told
me nothing had happened to him
but his bicycle was slightly dam-
aed. I asked him what had ho-

me of the driver and Beckles
raid he had gene through the
I told him I wou!d go and
the driver.



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etc.e Cermen Beotman on the
ac a little dister bes him

* ear had stopped by the bus but
it moved on before he reached it.
Another woman, Lilian McClean
was passing between a field of
es and yams walking away
om the bus.
Lorry Passed

A lorry passed, stopped a short
period and drove on, When he
got near to the bus he ncticea the
number was P—175. “Private” was
marked on the Signboard

‘iT went around the bus
saw a man lying cn the
weed

“T saculed ‘Murder’! help me
with this: man!” A man named
Griffith came to my assistance. We
took the man from the position in
which he was squeezed between
the guard wall and the bus and
we put him on the guard wall.”

The man's clothes were stained
with blocd, He unbuttoned his
shirt and noticed a wound in his
chest from which blood was ooz-
ing, A hole was in the shirt just
near where the stab was,

Beckles returned and he told
me he went to Lawyer Farmer to
get a telephone message. He then
tapped Cumberbatch three times
on the same side where the wound
was and said “Cumberbatch!
Cumberbatch! I reported you went
through the canes and how is it
you are here?”

Soon after another bus came
and took away Cumberbatch.

Cross examined, he said he knew
James Griffith before that day
end he also knew his son. Later
in the day he saw the son there.





and
guard

Fisherman Speaks

James Griffith, a fisherman of
Thicketts, said he was at home
on September 9. He was looking
through the window when he saw
a bus. He heard a crash and look-
ing over the canes, he saw the
top of the bus.

He told the court that he as-
sisted Mason with Cumberbatch,
Others along with Mason lifted
him to the bus.

He answered to Mr, Dear when
cross-examined that he has a son
named Whitfield. His wife owned
a cow and that morning neither
the son nor the cow were at home,
When he got near to the bus after
the crash, he saw Whitfield a short
distance away standing.

Dowling Payne, a carpenter of
Skeete Hill, St. Philip, was the
seventh witness to give evidence
yesterday. He was at home when
the bus crashed and he went to-
wards the scene. When he arrived
there he saw one Carmen Bootman
talking with Beckles. Beckles be-
gan to walk off when he was
coming. When he reached the
bus a man was resting on the near-
by guard wall,

Carmen Bootman who now lives
at Eagle Hall but who was living
at Thicketts on September 9, said
she was at Dowling Payne’s when
she heard the crash, She went
toward the scene and before she
reached there she saw Beckles.

“T asked him who he was,’ sne
said, “and he told me he was the
conductor of the bus. In reply to
me he said he had not got hurt
and that there were no passengers
in the bus. The driver, he said,
had run through the canes, I asked
why he and the driver were run-
ning as no one had been injured
and only the bus damaged. I told
him to remain with the bus and
he said, ‘I am going here’ and
went towards Skeete Hill.”

It was about then she heard a
ery for, ‘Murder! Help!’ She shout-
ed to the conductor who turned

Dies At Todds

winner in Barbados at the last
March meeting, but did not race
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ver.ng Payne who was cin

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Help Asked

About half an hour after
saw beckies arrive in a_ mnfotey
car and got out of the car

He was then near her and she

told him she had shouced atyhith
and told him to retura and give
assistance. He said he wen, {4
get a telephone message. He
her he had got on to the Managii
irector.

Under cross-examination st
said when she was
the bus she saw
and a boy.

Lisle fRlarke of East Poin , St
Philip, an overseer at Goidea
Grove, said he knew Beck!*s end
Cumberbatch.,

On the evening of September
5, he was at Golden Grove Gap
when the bus came along and was

BOing \owara
aman, a woman

turned into the gap <‘o that i
could easily be swung. A car was
behind it ana the conductor rang

the bel! twice to notify ihe driver

that something ws behind him
Beckles then said, “you idiot, you
did no. hear I rang the bell to
stop you.”’ Cumberbatch replied

in too low a voice for me to hear.

Cumberbatch afterwards car-
vied the bus to park it where it
was usually parked. He heard
Beckles call on his (Clarke's
son to give witness as to his hav-
ing rung the bell. He, however:
sen. away his boy,

Bell Ringing

Cumberbatch and Beckles went

on arguing and Beckles said he
would ring the bell no more in
future and he would get in a

collision before the week was out

“Cumberbatch said that in that
case he would repor. Beckles on
the following day,” he said.

“Beckles replied that if he did that
he would be the last man be ever
reported.”

La er, when Beckles was leav-
ing, he said to Cumberbatch, “you
sey you have a lot of sense and
you Say you win money, but if
you report me you will not live to
spend a cent of that money.”

He said in answer to Mr. Dear
that Cumberbatch would make an
occasional answer but he was
abusive. He did not sleep at
Golden Grove. He did not leave
the estate at any particular time.

Lilian M@Clean, a labourer of
Thicketts plantation said she knew

@ On Page 6.

Lady Savage Visits ,
Queen’s College

Lady Savage yesterday paid an
unofficial visit to Queen’s College,



Constitution Road. Arriving at
the College at 10.30 a.m. Lady
Savage was met by Mrs. E, Ran-
dall, Headmistress of Queen's
College who showed her around
the College.

Lady Savage first visited the

Science block where she saw the
girls at work, She then went to,

the Junior School and | chatted]
with pupils and teachers.
In the Main School she saw

the work of some pupils and also}
had a chat with some of the girls. |
Before leaving the College, Lady
Savage was presented by the
Head girl of the College, Dor-|
othy King with a bouquet. |
|

Oils And Fats Talks |
Open Today

A meeting of a special commit-|
tee of the Oils and Fats Confer-
ence, under the Chairmanship of
Professor C. G. Beasley, C.M.G.,}
Economic Adviser, Development|
and Welfare Organisation, will be-
gin at Hastings House to-day.

The Committee has been ap-|
pointed to consider the terms of
any new agreement which may be |
entered into when the "moa nt





|

agreement expires at the end of
August 1952.

MONEY STOLEN

Iris Widemer, a resident of
No. 5 Flat, Paradise Beach Club, |
reported to the Police that $85
in West Indian currency, $33 in
American currency, 40 cents in
copper and silver and five travel-
ling cheques’ worth $50 each
drawn on the National Bank
New York, were stolen from thé
same club between 11.00 p.m. on
Sunday and 6.00 a.m. 6n Monday.|!









ADVOCATE

600 Bags Mail
Arrive From U.K.

Six hundred bags of mail from
England this week added to the
Christmas rush,

Stacks of parcels are congesting
the Parcel Post while clerks are
busy sorting out other mail.

“The impact of Chris*mas is
Wieady being felt in the Post
QOities and particularly in the

cel Post Branch where extra
14s been engaged,” the
Master said. “The coinci-
of the General E'ections
and the Christmas pressure will

the .esources of this depart-
to the utmost.”

T cope with the increase in
mail, extra staff in all the cat-
egories will be engaged from
December 1 The Welches Post
(Mee will be opened later this
month,” he said. “It is hoped
tha: th residents in the sur
rounding districts will take full
advantage of the postal facilities







ffered thereby reducing the
mgestion at the General Post
Office.”

“Arrows” showing the public

ibe airection in which the queues
shoulda move will be posted up.
The Post Master would like
householders to answer postmen

promptly and to post early for
Christmas.

When letters are clearly ad-
dresseq and stamps put in the
p right hand corner the Post
Office’s stamping machine can
operate much more rapidly.

The Post Master asks cyclists
to Stop bringing theiy bicycles in
to the Post Office.

People are invited to collect
their parcels as soon as they re-
ceive theiy delivery yotes.



Two Convicted

Two conductors were
and fined by Mr. G. Bb. Grim
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” for overloading — their
buses. They were Vernon Mas-
siah of Bush Hall, St. Micnael,
ordered to pay 10/- in 14 days or
14 days end Lemuel Chandier of
Stauion Hil, Michael, 15/- in
even days or 14 days’ imprison-
ment,

Both cases were brought by
Cpl. Cyrug attached to the Traffic
Branch, Central Station, Chandler
committed his offence on Sep em-
ber 20, Massiah had his bus
overloaded on October 6.

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Jctober 24 took in ill and died
she could reach the Gen-
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xamination the next day attribu-
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NE 2508. NUTICE
a8 OR TELEPHO! REAL ESTATE | The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St @ From Page 5
ets = omen. | Michael, will be closed at 12 o’clock,|Beckles. On September 9, about

The charge tor annowsdements of FOR SALE _“BOSVIGO HOUSE", Eagle Hall Road, | Noon on Thuraday the 15th, instant 9.30 a.m., she wag going along
Births, ‘“Mattiagé& Deaths, Acknow!- | St. Michael, with 4 Acres or thereabouts | C. GEORGE GRANNUM. Thicketts when she went into a
gagements, and ‘n Memesiam notices is Miniwum charge week «3 conte and of land; all enclosed | Ag. Fercepial ¥ field f canes. While th e she
$1 30 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays | 98 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 THE DWELLINGHOUSE _ contains, | ,, St Michael - aver _ 7 ony Son
Foie Nomnber of words up to $0, ard] Words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a! Open Verandahs, Enclosed Gallery, Draw- | 13. 13,61—@e heard what sounded like a bus
» cents per woré on week-days and | Wort on Sundays; ing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, one | — ‘coming along the road,
4 cents per word en Sundays for each very large, Toilet and Bath, Large Kitchen | NOTICE q

ecditiensl ward,

Yor Births, Marriage er Engagement
apnouncements in Carib Calling the
tharge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional word. Terms cash. Phors 2508
petween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notlees only after 4 D.â„¢m.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



DOMINICA POLICE FORCE

Seven (7) Recruits are required
for the Dominica Police Force.

Details Of pay and allowances,
ete, can be obtained from the Po-
lice Training School, Office, Dis-
trict “A”.

Applicants will be seen in person
at 10 a.m. on Friday, 16th Novem-
ber, '

Certificates of Education to be
produced,

(Sgd.) R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown.
12th November, 1951.
: ~ 18.11,51,—2n.



TAKE “NOTICE
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cotion, rayon ‘mixtures thereof, and
will be entitled to register the same
afier one month from the l4th day of

November 1951 unless some person shall

in the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at m,’ office of opposition of such

vegistration «The wade mark mark can
be seen on application at my_ office,

Dated this Ist Bay of November 1951.
H. WILLIAMS

Registrar of Trade Marks

14.14 5I—3n

TAKE NOTICE
That avositVOSET... a corpor-

ation organized under the laws of the
State of Delaware, United States of
America, whose trade\' or business
addresses are 1530 Spring Garden Street,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniag- U.S.A, and
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14.11 51—3n

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AUTOMOTIVE

CAR: Austin A-40 Devon, As new
Mileage 8,000 miles. Apply L. A. Deane,
Customs 2519 or Spooners Hill, 3401

14.11 5i-—t.f.n

CAR: One 1947 Hudson only done
12,000 miles. Apply R. D. C. O'Neale,
Cliff Cottage, St. Jchn 11.11.51—3n.

CAR—Austin A-40, Devon #4
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| thi

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

trees and another portion of iand planted
in Guinea, Elephant and Sour Grass

0 EN WRITING will be received
by the undersigned up to Tuesday the
13th day of November, at 4 p.m. The
vendor does not bind herself to accept
e highest, or any offer
Inspecton any day except Sundays on

Applications for one or more vacant
Vestny Exhibitions tenable at the Parry
School will be received by me_not later
than
must be sons of Parishioners of St.
in straightened circumstances,
less than eight and not more than twelve
years of age
be obtained from the Parochial Treasurer
on office days.
must accompany each application.

Ca

the Headmaster for examination on Mon-
day 12th inet

“When I heard it I eased up one
eane hole and saw Beckles mov-
ing from the direciion of the
driver’s seat, over the other seats
going towards the rear seat. The
bus then crashed, Only the driver
and the conductor were in the
| bus,

“T ran out on the road and
Beckles said to me, ‘my lady, vou
,;see this man bring me here to kill
‘me. He and I had “words” this

PARISH OF 8T. LUCY

Candidates
Lucy
and not

Saturday 24th inst
Forms of application must

A Baptismal Certificate |
ndidates must present themselves to

. at 10 o'clock, a.m.

muleage 31,000, recently fitted new EXIDE ©. L. DEANE, ! ”
battery and new tyres. Price $1,440 ea 9 to Mrs. Hanschell, Tele- Vestry Clerk “peaganec
Teleph 2989 11,.11.51—3n c . St. Li -
eaeens > queneneduneeen a > For further particulars and conditions | 8 {1 sign ¢ Car Comes Up
CAR--Ford Prefect 11,000 miles Condi- » of sale, apply to— a
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Harra & Co., Phone 4015

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te es eee ae LS Laan | STE
CAR—One Citroen Motor Car. Done
9,000 miles. A-i Condition Phone 4618 |. The undersigned will offer for sale at

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9.11.51—5n






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Pubiic competition at their office, No: 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
30th day of November, 1961, at 2 p.m :





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WANTED the driver that he wanted a tele-
| phone message to the Bus Com-

pany.
HELP The man who wag driving the
Managress for Hotel Berwick. Ex- car asked him what had become





perience necessary. Salary and share in of the driver and he answered
profits

for the

32 PERCHES of land situate at Wilson Good position right c ‘
: 1 0
ies iakcis new staeh. Owner re Hil, St. John, with the stone and timber | person. Apply at first in writing A. E. that the driver had gone througa
the island. Phone 4718 13.11.51—4n Svieltinghouse thereon, called ‘“MAN-| TAYLOR LTD., P.O. Box 285, Bridge- the canes. They lefc there,

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THEATRE MANAGER—A

She was going on

| when she
full time heard a cry of Murder!

Murder!

me Fe

; 4| running water in each, Kitchen, toilet| Manager for the PLAZA THEATRE—|She returned and saw the driver

I RR a ove - ine ang bath, and Electricity installed Barbarees. Apply by letter and in person |leaning on Flavius Mason. The
cinted. Appiy: Courtesy Garage. For inspection on application to Mr. Perel- | #1 the office CARIBBEAN THEARES | driver's stomach was covered w

Gedigvée irisi and full. particulars. | Val Lyte. Dial 4014 LTD., Banyans" Bay “treet, loodt i

Price $2,880 6.11.51—t.f.n For further particulars and conditions | between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, b b

rte sala ames ‘| of sale, apply to:— on oe, besars morernet es as see} She said she knew a boy called
COTTLE, CATFOPD & CO cessful applicant must take up his duties 4

a £.0.D D & CO | cettanuary ath. All applications treated | Whitfield Mason. That morning

ELECTRivAL in striet confidence. 4.11.51—1n. |She saw him sitting on a low wall



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near the place where the accident
had eecurred. He held a cow
which was grazing. When she
was speaking to Beckles she did

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Cees Machine $135.00, Gana. FOK RENT vertising Dept. 13 11.51—3n She told Mr. Dear that it was
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separately or together. Dial 4038.

11.11.51—2n





MISCELLANEUUS



ANTI Of every description
Giass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs ete., at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

3.10,.51—t.f.n

AEROSOL FLY SPRAY—Rapidly des-







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snare ae uitos e me ‘ine wawrence Hotel pg em SOUVENIRS \ ting down. The number was
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MESH—2 Rolls Man-Proof Fencing 2”| THE Building known as “Berwick JEWELS, CARVINGS

Mesh 8 ft high. Approximately 300 ft.













galleries,
8310 Mrs.



furnished including refrigerator and tele-
phone, from December ist-—-Dec 15th, 1961
Apply to Browne & Co., 43 Swan St

14.11.51—2n

a
HOMESTEAD—Upper Belmont Road.
Two bedrooms, dining room, sitting reom,
gallery, all conveniences. Apply within.
13,11.51—2n





ROSEDALE—Marine Gardens, Hastings.
Unfurnished 4 bedrooms, large drawing
room, dining room, sitting room, two
Tennis Lawn, Garage. Phone
Stuart Bynoe 9.11.51—4n

THE CAMP—On the Sea, St. Lawrence,

Fully furnished. Dial 8357.



THE GLEN, St,
nished apartment
Mr. Peter Morgan,

Lawrence Gap—Fur-
Call 8273.





Hotel" containing 14 bedrooms, bar etc.

Ring 8666. 14.11.51—3n A. E. TAYLOR LTD.,
Coleridge St.
USED BOTTLING EQUIPMENT, cor- Dial 4100.

prising, Liquid 4—wide Universal Bottle











LOST & FOUND

SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS Series HH
8500—8509. Finder rewarded on returning
to Gladstone Bowen, Black Rock



SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series M M
30.1
Maloney, Dash’ Road, Bank Hal.

SS a



making, but she looked out when
she heard the sound of a quarrel.

The canes in the field which she
went only reached to her waist.

Mr. Reece closed the case for
the prosecution after this witness
gave evidence.

Mr. Dear asked the court to
summon Whitfield Mason whom,
he said, witnesses had said had
been on the scene.

Whitfield Mason was asked to,
give evidence. '

Whitfield Mason of Mt. View,
‘near Thicketts, said that on Sep-
itember 9 he was on the right side
‘of Thicketts Road on a wall sit-



LOST



14.11.51—I"







Finder please return to Cecil

4.11. 51—In





ORIENTAL

Bus Swerves to Right
When it got to him. it was car-
rying two men—Beckles whom
‘he knew and the driver whom he

EMBROIDERIES, Etc.

|





THANTrS

Washer; Dixie Model “F" One-man A . Hry. St. :: Dial 3466 |) 5

Hook-up Automatic Filler-Crowner 5 h.p PERSONAL ‘or \ ite es ‘The two eg

Instantaneous Cooler; One Lynn Filter; ; talking. ecklێs was in th r

Wileon, & Cousins Carbonatof, and Two es holding a bicycle while the
lined yeup tanks. &. . driver was driving. The bus

JALEEL — Phone 2331, San Fernando, The pubiie are hereby warned agains

Trinidad. 19.11 d1-64 | giving credit to my wife RITA BLACK- JUST THE THING passed him and went to about the



WHITE BATH TOWELS: 2” x 40”
really &@ good quality $1.20 each reduced
up to Saturday to 3 or $3.40. Kirpalani,



52 Swan Street. 14.11.51—1n} COLEMAN CHESTERFIELD BLACKETT, Cooker with 2 Bolling Burners and He le‘t where he was sitting \{
Rose Hill, an insulated oven. r and went towards the bus. Beckles '
T NOTIC ohiki eee St. Peter. ey bake a Chicken or a cake wit was walking from the front part
AKE E ie SEE IT acesicnidl of the bus towards the ¥ He
i hereb: $s SHO’ . 1
STRUTT'S MACRAME TWINE] wit 'cieai to my wite“ivy povmuL |) “°° Srey ee OS ieee
(nee O'NEALE) as T do not hold myself F :

That W. G. & J. STRUTT LIMITED,
a British Company, Sewing Cotton Manu-
facturers, whose trade or business
address is Arkwright House, Parsonage
Gardens, Manchester, England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect
of Macrame cotton thread, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the l4th day of November
1951, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office

Dated this 18th day of October 1951,

HW. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks






ETT (nee GILL) as I do not hold myself

responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name

unless by a written order signed by me.



responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me
CLAYTON BOVELL,
Checker Hail,
St. Lug?
13.11.51—2n.



The public are hereby warned against
against giving credit to my wife ALBER-
THA MARSHALL (nee BOVELL) as I do
not hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.

BELFIELD MARSHALL,
Allen View,
St. Thomas

14.11,.51—3n ¢ 13.11,51—2n.





TAKE NOTICE

PONDS

That POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY,
United States of America,

ef Delaware,



a corporation organized in the State
whose trade or business address



During the Election period it is an offence —

On Polling Day :—

A compact little table Model Gas

oOoEe—l—eeeee

For the smail Flat telephone post, made a_ slight
“The Junior General”

the wall,

He told me; “Look this man

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



GENERAL ELECTIONS

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE (MISCELLANEOUS
PROVISIONS) ACT, 1951

For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate, —

(a) To make or publish a false statement of fact regarding
the conduct or persona: character of a candidate;

(b) To conspire with another to behave in a disorderly man-
ner at a political meeving with the object of preventing
the business of the meeting;

(ce) To hire, use or play ia any band-of music at a meeting
or in a procession:

(a) To fail to give the Police of the district at least 3 hours
notice of the intention to hold a political meeting.

(a) No intoxicating liquor may be sold or given away on
licenced premises or ai clubs during the hours between
the opening and closing of the poll;

(b) Employers must allow employees a period off of not less
than an hour for voting (even though Thursday may be
a half day).

(c) For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate —

(i) No person may supply, or use any bunting, banners
or flags on any car;

(ii) No person may supply or use any loud speaker or
public address apparatus in any car;

(iii) No person may supply or wear any favour;

(iv) No persons may, without sufficient cause, congregate
within 100 yards of a polling station;

(v) Electors must obey any order of the presiding officer

,who knew of the accident.

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a $|60 Hudson Street, New York, S for oF
% eet, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., f
s x the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register n Pe 8 eae efaarss
XX [for the skin, and will be entitled to register the same after one month
i4 xR from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some person shall in the meantime
% x =? gone in eee to me at my office of opposition of such registration
. e trade mark can seen on application at my office.
% FOR ENJOYMENT &1 pated this ist’ aay of November 1951,
% % H. WILLIAMS,
4 THE MONEY-SAVING WAY % Registrar of Trade Marks
¥ NEW and renewed MAHOGANY ¥ 14.11, 51-—3n
% and other Wardrobes, Dresser % - A
robes, Chests-of-drawers a
Linen. Presses—Vanities, Dressing ¥ TAKE NOTICE
8 Tables, Stools, Screen Frames-— .
® Single and Double Bedsteads,
x Separate Side Rails, Laths, Wash- x .
stands ys
% %
. Dining, Kitchen and Fancy x
@ Tables, Sidcboards $17 up, China,

Kitchen and Bedroom Cabinets
—Larders, Waggons, and many
other things

L.S, WILSON

SPRY



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Real Estate

The most satisfactory
method. of selling your
property is through an
established firm of
Agents.

JOHN
v4.
Bi ADON

& Co.

A.F.S, F.V.A.
have the reputation
for results

Phone 4640 Plantations Ltd.





or ~~
SIT = SS

That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY, a corporation “organized in the State
of Delaware, United States of America, whose trade or business address is
60 Hudson Street, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of toilet
and cosmetic products, and will be entitled to register the same after one Month
from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such registration
The trade mark can be seen on application at my office.

_ Dated this 1st day of November 1951 ae
Registrar of Trade Marks
: 14.11,51—30

TAKE







ot



That POND’S EXTRACT COMPANY,
Delaware, United States of America,

or constable, and if necessary, form a queue;

(vi) No person in any public sade polling building .or
road passing within 100 yards of the polling station
may attempt to influence a voter, or ascertain for

14,11.61+3n.

whom he is voting.

a corporation organized in’ the State
whose trade or buginess address is

00 Hudson Street, New York, State of New York, U.S.A., has .applied for







| That POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY
of Delaware, United States of America
| G0 Hudson Street, New York
the registration of a trade im:
and cosmetic products, and wil
| from the 14th day of November
| give notice in duplicate to me
j The trade mark can be seen ©
sf
{

a corporation

|
|
organized tn the State |
whose trade business address is}
for has applied for |
respect of toilet
me after one month |
: all in the meantime
yosition of such registration
tt
H. WSLLIAM® i{
istrar of Trade Ma» if
i@ 51 Br (Us a











Dated this ist da of

Part “A” of Register n respeet of creams

the registration of a trade mark

for the skin, and ru be to register the same after one month
from the 14th day of November 1951 unless some p@rson shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate te me at

The trade mark ean be seen on appiteation at my office
Dated this Ist day of November 1951

my office of o of such registration.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
14.11.6180

FOR BEST QUALITY GROCERIES
And
PROVISION ATEMS
.

We advise you to pay a visit to US
before going elsewhere.
A Hearty Welcoine Aiaits You

JOHN DBD. TAYLOR & SONS LTD.
Roebuck Street Dial 4335

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PUBLIC SALES | PUBLIC NOTICES |

URDER TRIAL |

says he was going to kill me and
now he has killed himseif and
run,” he said, Beckles then went
walking with his bicycle towards
Skeete Hill.

The bus was damaged and was!

on the right side of the road. The
fare register had come off.

Flavius arrived about this time
end shouted for murder! He went
and saw a man lying on the wall,
his right foot being squeezed by
the running board of the bus.

Crowd Gathers

A crowd came and removed
him. His clothes were soaked
with blood. He was unconscious,

To Mr. Reece he said the dis-
tance from the place where he
had been sitting to the spot where
the bus crashed was about
yards.

He did not see when Beckles left
the rear seat. From his position
he was unable to see what was
happening inside the bus.

He knew Lilian McClean and
shortly before the bus passed he
saw her turn into the canes. After
the crash Begkles talked to Mc-
Clean and himself. McClean had
come out of the canes as soon as
the crash occurred.

To Mr. Dear he said he went
to District “C” Police Station ihe
same day and gave a statement to
P.C. Magary who took it down
in writing.! He signed the state-
ment. He never gave evidence in
that case.

He said a van driver whom he
did not know came to him and
asked him whether he was ys

e
said ‘yes’ and the van driver had
taken him to the court. He was
not asked to give evidence.

In the statement he had given,
he said that Beckles had been
in the rear seat when the bus
passed.

——<————— eee
ATTENTION !
ATTENTION !

REAL ESTATE

If you are interested in sell-
ing oy buying real estate of
any description you should



i

t see . . DARCY A. scomTtT,
' Real Estate Agent
i of Magazine Lane.

” 14.11,51—3n,





—ll SS

POLITICAL

CHURCH VILLAGE,
ST, PHILIP

WEDNESDAY NIGHT
AT
7.30 O'Clock Sharp
Supporting the
Candidature of

Mr. D.D. GARNER

Come and Hear the Facts



CHAIRMAN:
Mr. JAMES A. TUDOR

SPEAKERS:
Mr. D. D. Garner
Mr. G. H. Adams, M.C.P.
Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P.
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker,
M.C.P.
Dr. H. G. Cummins,
M.C.P.
Mr, E. W. Barrow

Mr. J. C. Tudor
13.11.51.—2n.

GOVERNMENT

STATEM
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 195i

SHIPPING NOTICES
Steamships



‘Canadian National





SOUTHBOUND







Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
. Montreal Halifax oesten Barbados Barbados
“CAN CHALLENGER” 29 Oct 1 Nov 10 Nov 10 Nov
“LADY RODNEY” i 9 Nov 12 Nev 14 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov
“CAN CONSTRUCTOR” 23 Nov 25 Nov 5 De: 5 Dec
“LADY NELSON a 30 Nov 9 Dee 10 Dee

a mieten ee daaieeteaheanedn cs

NORTHBOUND
Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
Barbados Barbados Busten Halifax Montreah St. Joby
“LADY NELSON” 6 Nov 8 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov
| “LADY RODNEY” 6 Dec 8 Dec 17 Dee 18 Dec
1952 1952

“LADY NELSON” 22 Dec 24 Dec 3 Jan 4 Jan





GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.







Jay HARRISON LIN

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Due
Vessel From Leaves Barbados
S.S. “LINARIA” ; .. London 9th Nov. 30th Nov.
S.S. “PLANTER” . -. Lond 20:h Nov. 3rd Dec.
S.S. “FACTOR” . SHtownert & a
Liverpool. 24th Nov, 5th Dec.
S.S. “ASTRONOMER!’ Glasgow 30th Noy. }‘th Dec.
S.S. “TRADER” .. rf Liverpool 30th Noy. 14th Dec.
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM ran
Closes in
Vessel For Barbados
S.S. “STATESMAN” .- London 2nd Nov.

For further Information apply to. . .

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.

SAULING FROM EUROPE









\BE WISE. . . ADVERTISE

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FRENCH LINE

Cie Gle Transatlantique



STENTOR—22nd Nov
COTTICA—30th Nov.

MS 1951.
8.8 1951
SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND
AMSTERDAM
M.S. ORANJESTAD—4th Dec. 1951.
SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND
BRITISH GUIANA



M2. i TENTOR th Dee. 1951, Sailings to

: D, PARAMARI

\s % pAND BRITISH GUIANA se ENGLAND & FRANCE
- NAIRE—19th Nov, 1951 i “CASCOGNE” November
8.8. COTTICA—17 5 ,
= A SPRRs; Oe 3rd, 1951, via St. Lucia, Mar-
SP. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD tinique, Guadaloupe and
: Agents. Antigua.

“COLOMBIE” 24th Novem-
ber, 1951, via Martinique and

The M/V “DAERWOOD” will

accept Cargo and Passengers for



accept Cargo and Passengers for Jamaica.

|
| St. Lucia, Grenada and Aruba Guadaloupe.
Passengers only for St. Vincent } st :
| Sailing Thursday 15th inst kin 3
| The M/V “CARIBBEE” will SOUTHBOUND
1 accept Cargo and Passengers for
} Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, COLOMBIE 13th November,
| Bevis and ; st Kitts, Sailing 1951, calling at Trinidad, La
ay 5 i
| The M/V.“MONEKA" will Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena,
|



Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St. Kitts. Date of
sailing to be notified

The M/V “Cc. L. M. TANNIS”
will aceept Cargo and Passengers
for Grenada and Trinidad. Sail-
ing Friday 16th inst

BW.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’

Accepting Passengers, Cargo
and Mail.



R. M. JONES & Co.
Ltd.—Agents.



CPP EEOPF EAS POPP PS SSS

389

|

ASSOCIATION (Ine.)
407

Consignee Tele. No.







SS.

We would appreciate the opportunity to quote you for
@ FLAT EVERITE SHEETS
@ TEMPERED HARDBOARD
@ OILED SOAKED HARDBOARD

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner Broad & Tudor Streets.





NEWS FROM FOGARTY’S
DAMASK SQUARES 54x54 $3.60 each
72" LINEN DAMASK__....$7.50 per yard

WM. FOGARTY os) LTD.






NOTICE



ENT SHOWING AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE
IN RESPECT OF SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS
PAYMENTS MADE TO

SUGAR AND FANCY MOLASSES _ PRO-
DUCERS IN 1951.















Producers of sugar Producers of fancy
pe OF “os AEN - = oladees
eS
Amount payable per ton
Factory or cane Factory Molasses
Parish Plantation 7" or Cess.
Special Molasses Plantation
Preference Cess Total
37.0 6 43.98 :
St. Michael .. | Lower Estate .00 6.98 ; Belle 8.66
Warrens 34.50 6.53 41.03
Christ Chur cs 34.25 6.45 40.70 Frere Pilgrim 7.39
Church | Searles Gibbons 2
: Rae Goodland 3.21
¢: Newton .. 8.31
Spencers 1.76
St. George ..]} Bulkeley 35.75 6.78 42.58 |Fair View 8.02
St. John .. | Colleton* ae 25.25 _ 25.25 Jor. 7.81
Guinea .. ; 33.25 6.29 39.54 {Colleton .. 7.31
Lemon Arbor 31.25 5.90 37.15 endal 8.02
Pool .. 30.00 5.69 35.69 oncrieffe 7.50
. Poolt 7.67
St. Joseph Andrews 31.00 5.88 36.88 |Andrewst 7.67
r Joes River 28.25 5.33 33.58
. Phili arri 6.84 43.09 Harrow .. 8.14
me, ee 7.04 44.29
Foursquare 7.04 44.25
Oldbury .. 7.04 44.29
j Three Houses 6.89 43.39
St. Thomas .. | Appiewhaites 35.00 6.60 41.80
| Veucliee 35.00 6.59 41.59
St, James Porters ~.\ 35.50 6.72 42.22 Sandy Lane? 8.70
Sandy Lane 32.75 6.19 38.94
St, Lucy Fairfield 34.75 6.58 41 -33
Spring Hall 35.50 6.73 42.23
I gt, Peter Haymans 32.75 6.20 38.95
I st, Andrew . 3ruce Vale 30.00 5.68 35.68 Bruce Valet 7.84
Haggatts 31.25 5.91 37.16
| Swans 30.50 §:75 36.25
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951



HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON






JUST “THINK, MICKEY... )
NOW YOu'RE AN
INORARY GHOST!











ISN'T {T AMAZING
THE WAY THEY ALWAY
MANAGE TO

een
S$ ITS THE THO ANDS |
(OF WORDS THAT r COME |

~~ BEFORE THE LAST)
x ONE, THAT
\< = BOTHER ME

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REASON WHY YOU'D TRY TO BUST “HE MYSTERIOUS WILD HORSE GANG: JUST KEEP AN EYE ON THE MASKED MAN. WE'LL GET HIM WHEN HE LEAVES
BATES OUT OF JAIL! ITS BECAUSE ARE OF YOU HIS PALS? TOWN,’



YOU BELONG TO “HE SAME GANG/ THE
WILD HORSE GLNG/









&

THATS WHAT I



onlive/






( OH! DEAR’ I
AN'T FI a
MY DIAMC

I DON'T
THINK Api EVER
oo OR SAID
ANYTHING RIGHT

IN MY LIFE -

COME BACK HERE//
WHAT DO YOU MEAN
BY SNEAKING OUT

LD YOU

THE GANDSTORM...1T'S OVER /
VE BETTER GET OP ON VALLS... &
SOON TABRIZ'S SNIPERS COME j
OUPT OF THEIR HOLES /

I'LL COVER THIS
AREA, 1.67
AND? TAB?
THE OTHE SIDE

HERE'S THE GIRL WE GO TO

MY OWN OPINION, KIRBY,
FIND, DES... BLONDE, BLUE -EYED Rie Bite 5

1S THAT BILOU BENSON
v 16 DEAD! IT'LL TELL
Hy, PARIS YOU WHY...
CORRESPONDENT FOR
“THE SPHERE’...MR.
er reas Me
T YOU

TO KN

YOU, HANK,..THIS IS

DESMOND, My OLD
RELIABLE... HE’LL TAKE
THE BAGS TO THE HOTEL.
LET'S GO SOMEWHERE

FOR A DRINK AND

A CHAT...

LEE FALK & RAY MOORES

BUT THE KIDNAPPERS WHOLE Ae i THE SILVER CAR *

TRIP HAS BEEN WATCHED BY

ENT THAT
HIDDEN JUNGLE EYES -~ a (AY, 7 f

BARBADOS ADVOCATE










PAGE SEVEN







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it wr ite puff Gi 4 f ivet ipl on instantly.
New! Stays on oat than rr
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ay on much tc ger 4he ordinary pc arden And it er we
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and the B’dos Hardware Co.,
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~ :

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Aussies Win First Test By 3 Wkts

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1951











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-
; «
Â¥
! amadhin Gives Harvey, Bowie
Graham Hole is considered with with those 14 rur nted, far ty legeside
» un y os runs wanted, I hyson Bow from him on the leg-side and
. « > > reason to be one of Au tralia 8 wickets to fall and Valentin Jo 2 wled Saas thatthe dashed tor the sine} ah l
Ww mag promising younger batsmen owing wo an Jobmeon, “Walan- Onge again it wap negative and hing fun as Walcott uprested the Individua
Tl lan oO in Arch a *kson. Hi ‘ie with tine aS per ting in bowling @® once again Ramadhin struck im- Stumps for souvenirs. Australia|
Oe Soe ee ene =. the off-stump with a full off-side mediately after such refusal—he kad won by three wickets
steady assurance keeping his ! : ‘ F y ;
i. defensive shots well down and out “©,¢-—despite the fact that this bowled Johnson with a ball that tne scores were
* » 24° of reach of the ready hands of P°licy had obviously been wel- carried from his pads to the leg W.L, Ist Innings — 216 1 y
Xhibition—5F Whts, ceahecea es, if Sc otek" ir sowie BC $I, Matas” Jocss — nataaeaeitaes me PY A
- he felt he shad the situation under G!*ed 5s eon ‘ight. AUSTRALIA 3nd INNINGS
From HAROLD DALE control. Both Valenti a Ramedh However the West Indies might «. Archer b Gomes. a a :
BRISBANE, Noy. 13. neds ee ee Ra eni. opened with maiden cvers. Ai be dismissed as losers they per- ee ile ma = Made by Wolfgang Brothers this famous brand
; ote , , : ne ’ arvey with his "aK. ter interruption of their pistently struck back and clung Harve : 42
t lec aT, ¥ 7 oe 2 , : ter interruption of their concen- Sistently struc Harvey b Ramadhin :
Australia’s defeat of the West Indies in the First Test match It was an electrifying feat since tition by the lunch — Se Sok “enaaemadesy Cheedae. Sities’ b Valentine 4 is renowned for correct taste and in our
at Brisbane was largely the outcome of the failure of the Haryey had looked unshakable | \ haboiniin: “ora on rvill Ring came in, slashed a straight Hole net out “4
islanders to appreciate the true mettle of an Australian ang “ ee oS been cOn- vccustom themselves once again drive for two aff Ramadhin, f Jonson b Ramadhin "9 present stock there are no two alike. This will
fi Test Team. Although they had had warning in the Queens- “(ye eee ee tor 42 — From Valentine’s second over Whacked another two through the Ring not out . ; ; aT :
: With Harvey gone for 42 } ‘ 3, ‘ ad sper Extra - sive you just that touch of individuality you |
land state game they persisted in a curious attitude—with five wickets for 149 the Australian Hole lifted a half hit offside covers, and snatched a eens | & : Jus si le jd
i few exceptions—that Australians could be beaten by some- crowd in their own vernacular aoe and the eager, Goddard oer Gane ide “ - Total (for 7 wickets) 236 | gies
1 a + 4 nf ae P ine te “were % ive the game leap up and sideways to 4 5 ie oO > bowler 2 ar- ss bE | . ‘
hing ‘ ‘ rickeo thie > Wes . were ready to give the game ¢ , ; ore ROWLING ANALYSIS
ti thi g a than the best cricket of which the West Indies is away” but now Hole having chance that was still yards away T!ved at the other end almost as ? Se a ‘
capable. studied the bowling began to from him. Then came a coupk quickly as the ball. Gomez 7. % S z
% It was a fatal and quite un- reach out. Ray Lindwall at the of snicked singles and Johnson _, The scorers drew level when Valentine are one ft]
b warranted miscalculation. God- ‘ other end took two square cut faced Ramadhin who hit his pad: Ring forced a single through the p27 t 4 9 9 5] From
gard-strove against it by example boundaries off Valentine and Hole to the accompaniment of a tre- covers off Valentine and Hole b. 3; Lb. 11; nb. 1 |
p and. precept but ‘tenia after seas began to score forcefully and mendous appeeling shout from f2ced the bowling. Off his sec-
had to watch his batamen thr surely through the coveys. It was, Walcott for Lb.w ond ball he pushed one away

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beggars scattering twenty dollar
notes but stil chase Australia tu
the narrow margin of three tail-
enders’ wickets. From that point
of yiew it was an impressive
showing but when one _ looks
back there are — in the memory
too matiy mistakes.

In every. cricket match there
are “if onlys’ but in the West
Indies performance there were
400 many of them.

Australia has not reached its
paramount position by sheer ac-
cident or mere luck. They have
reached the top by design and
concentration — concentration
that never wavers that never
willingly concedes an inch of
advantage.

The West Indies must face

them the same way.

The result was close enough to

encourage big crowds at Sydney
and Melbourne and there with
the ball coming through more

quickly to batsmen the islanders

should begin to make big scores
expected of them and on that
basis — of unwavering attention
to the matter in hand and full
use of their undoubted high
skill, they can begin to build
their eventual success. Nothing
in this game should diminish
their hope. They have only to
remember that the Australians
face you on a cricket field with
steel not paper hats and balloons.

Once again the West Indies just
failed to fasten their grip on vic-
tory in the exciting morning’s
play.. The early dismissal of Mor-
ris followed by Miller and Harvey
seemed to promise that they might
snatch a last minute win in the
byt Graham Hole came
to score steadily at a _ critical
moment and at lunch Australia
needed fourteen runs to win with



single off the next ball and Mor-
ris came back to offer a tip tilted
hall yards short ef Goddard but
the impossibility of the catch did
not prevent the West Indies cap-
tain making a heroic dive

Ramadhin started briskly by
rapping Harvey smartly on the
pads and once again it could be
seen that his pace through the air
and nip off the pitch was pre-
senting the Australian pair with
far more of a problem than his
partner's more orthodox methods.

Morris took a four off Valen-
tine’s next over and then Harvey
attacked Ramadhin driving him
to the caver boundary and
sWinging him round to fine ley
for two.

Marshall's fine’ fielding and
throwing was the feature of this
stage of the game as the score
crept slowly higher.

Brilliant Catch

In the next over Ramadhin
suddenly produced a ball almost
twice his usual speed, Morris
crouched amazed as the ball
hurtled at him and _ rattled
across this legs. The l.b.w.
appeal was refused but the
next ball from Ramadhin was
almost at the same pace. This
time Morris cut it low and hard
into gully but Gerry Gomez flung
himself down rolled over and
threw up the ball in triumph.
Three for 126 Morris 49.

This was a great advance for
the West Indies but another suc-
cess was in store. Miller joined
Harvey and in endeavouring to
limit his great vitality and natu-
ral hitting to the needs of the

situation ihe played several
cramped strokes—one appeal for
Lbow. to Ramadhin was an

immensely confident shout but the
umpire shook his head, After
ompiling a streaky four with
Harvey still scoring from spas-
modiec but sound strokes at the
other end Miller came to face

Valentine.
Miller Out

There was a sound of a click
and Miller bent down picked up
the ball and threw it back to the
bowler. Then the walked back to
the pavilion amid a great gasp
of surprise from the crowd. He
had been bowled off his pads but
the typically individual Miller
resture had somewhat obscured
he issue for a moment. Four for
143—Morris and Miller gone for
in addition of 35 runs—it was the
price any team on earth would
heerfully pay, and West Indies
Opes rose,

Hole joined Harvey and the
eldsmen closed in on him until
two silly mid-offs a gully and two
lips were all within six yards of



shoulders—it had been on almost
everybody else’s at one time or
another, so violently had ithe for-
tunes of this struggle swung
from side to side.

After a difficult beginning to
Valentine, Johnson skied a_ shot
desperately, Stollmeyer and Mar-
shall ran like men possessed but
still the ball fel] in front of them
while the batsmen ran two.

Hole twice involuntarily played
Ramadhin with his pads but the
next ball he square drove with
grand confidence for four.

At the other end Johnson after
flinching from two balls which to
touch would have been fatal
suddenly lifted over the bowler’s
head for a four that was within
inches of being a six. Now 22
runs were needed to win, Four
of them came when Hole lashed
Ramadhin round to the square
leg boundary. Then came a leg
bye as Hole swung above the
ball. It was still possible for the
islanders to snatch victory from
this astonishing game but Hole's
eonfidence and command was
reducing their chances every min-
ute he stayed there, Neat singles
took the score to 222 for six
wickets at lunch, Hole not out 38,
Johnson not out 7, extras 15.
Valentine had bowled 37 overs
for 111 and had taken one wicket,
Ramadhin 37—8—82—4.

After Lunch

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PACK KIGI1T KAKBMMIS AUVOCATK UtDNESOAV. NOVEMBER 14. I51 Aussies Win First Test By 3 Wkts iiaiMadhin (jives •"'> U "^" > Brilliant Bowling Exhibition— 5 Wkts. 1 Australia'! %  %  using VOUIl|[i" 1. ',. ..ii H, steady unruxi keeping hii hoti weU down and ii.-Irism.-i. and walling % %  I %  > % %  ( %  • — sis l.t ln-1-.ataBftSdhll From II llfiil !• |i\l I BRISBANE Nov 13 "^'* ""* | ,r Australia daja*1 u( the Wtal Indies in the First Tvat match {^* %  Failure n lb* Hwn sad looked uniha in Australian nnd a aggression hnd te conAlihouah they had had warnin;; in thiQueans*•$;; !" |ir „ lot 149 th* An-' few exceptions thai An thm Iteis than the h5tcrirket of which the West %  '" *' %  ,' 5,12 SS .. away but now Hole having chan ratal ami I [Ml MM I %  \s l„ (wilts. H saul ., %  I .11 ma r\p.'l two lillle IrlluMi In -. I ,, M 1*111111. llislulM ... runs. II ju-t isn't ;>•.sil.l, fur them lo Uu it. > %  i li. i..t llu* runs i at %  rlvck ..nit uurii %  BaSS •-'' ..uis i i re| mil IIMH ih.r %  is MMMVtfciat uroiip; HBWWl '"* %  bat bul i Mutton I I. HH.IU himself Did you see Arthur MorIU'VVI .-. ilicn liv. HuntW -I down I • how i>li! oui lob i topf—riva show Tban a i lost ••( tho truth In Bul anotfi CJ HOEr IJMLH pun, 1. ll.i IV i l%  . limting *•*• gap* with strukas l At this hod taken out %  %  fa 103 Ramadhtn I r< i M /I-. UM total IM tor IBB. :.u in U Mi—in Wiih UM oaxl run, lb Ml in 4i mli 1 (ii.ti-... n %  Heated i mid i | i >.i thi 1M I laarad bauanon bad taken from lAe Islanders the ily successes and were DOW haartini for . victory that had mock(Ni;lv offered itself t both teams at least three tin i e.irh In this hard fought game. But with everything against them including, ill probobtlit) the West Indians were no) I Limlwdll srtimil t>. %  the "1 victory when he SQUere it .'CM i Johnson Buulvd g-side "nwinValor'One* again it way ftfgattve and ''"'• ".us for BOUVOB I a|_ho bad won h) three uall that Tttr l€VK in his pads to the let %  %  !"• %  • — *>• I had. Savcn foi 235 Johnson tail I „. However the West Indies might J A.c*-r b io" ., a be a waik aaj aa toaaet T^v^"^^^ l.-r bltarruption Ol their o-.nrr.,MatOBOy struck back and clu.ig n.v. b H !" *lhio anlary hopes. M.IWT b l:oth Lai ,'n siumidhii. SrtVI fa %  :( RAinadl ., h lUnwHim i Fiockad another two through the %  ""' %  %  iM hM offaij, covera, and snatched a daapercte : ingle when lie returned the ball Mil %  ***• ol u.i bowk i and %  rirdl awav riv ed at the other end almost as I as the ball. The scorers drew level when Warral Ring forced a single through the % %  £* off Vatanttna nnd Hole faced the bowtbtf Off his seci %  oae awa> that studied the bowUruj boajan to front kirn. Then came reach out Rav Undwall a) '' Bd singles and Joh: • i d took two boundoiiea off Valentine and Hok r n tre I sspre fon i. • it UIAI van J e S/2£CYl/. Individual EVENING HANDBAGS Made by Wolfgang Brothers this famous brand %  '>wned for correct taste and tn our present stock there are no two alike. This will give you just that touch of Individual CAVE SHEPHERD cf the owning bowling to Uorrfai the early dismissal of n lad. ii waa In ipparent thai Rarnadhln with immense force t tinH king jusl .i the boundary. The next hid hiile ni< i-<. spin thnn the previous came hack in on him find he wai hes actudav \.,[,.,,,,,„. |, KI WM „ happK-r bowled as completely as he hi ull> demonstrated that 'he.,,„„, hp ,,.„,,„, Uld M((tr ,.. bowled eoulri UtrOtl awo] wickets lik amtebad hun vai i ireruH) bangle. Id and adfl handed '.„ boi .it valaor i i badly, took ,. \t ball and Morns egma back :•' offei ,i up Ulied bail wiii, ,iinii ( f Ooddanl but ilbUlty of UKcatch did •. .• w, n Inc i rtad bftaktji bj Ftarvej imaruj on the >i agaUl it eould be i through the air off the jnti h a at pre%  anting the AuatraUn pair wllfa % %  ( p) ihl.Tii llllil. l.iihodo Six 29. IckcU for 203. 1-imt Ilenvy Rtirden Ian Juhiifcuii walker, util the weight of the game shoulders—it had bean 00 .iln M enVi at one tin w '• violenii) h.i tunes of this struggle swung from side to side. After a difficult beginning to Valentine, Johnaon skied a shirt i i.. StoUmeyei %  kail rap like man ppaai | Still the ball fell in front of them uiiihthe batsmen ran two. Hali i.\ inInvoluntarily played Itamadhin with hl.s puds hut the iext ball he square M,.,„, i„* ., r,„., „n v'S.T. "-" I ''""' ld nver and then Haivi y tacked luniadhln driving him UM coyer boundary and zinging him round ft AM H | S. RAMAHHI.N At the other end Johnson atte: flinching from two balls which to tourh would have been fatal suddenly lilted uver ttie bowler's head for B four that was within Incbai of being H six. Now 22 ;\nrwenneeihtl I" win. Fon. nf them came when Hole lashed EUunadhla round to the square leg boundary. Then cam* ;i lag bye u Hole rwung above Uw l uw next over Kamarihin ball, u .. DM for the o producetl a ball ilmoai udanden t> snatch victory Bl speed. Mom [hlj tMnnllhlng game but Hole • -• %  d II the ball i mm. i , tnd urtied it Um and rattled reducing thoi eij mm eras* tfii IfMB. Hie l.b.w. u i c ha si.... ppeal ... but the tr.,k tin aorc to zn fui>m Uun wai wlcketi at lunch, Hole not out 3K Imust at the same pace. Ttua Johnson not out 7. extras 15 Marshall > (UM BakUi Uu A., ihe fealurf of this ; i the game t I %  M..IU Itrilliaiit Catch Lcggai.s .it) dollar notes bul soil cna.se A i ow margin of UUPM tail I Ol M, ... .i was -'ii I %  showing but whan %  %  :i air In Ull too maJ BF| cricket match there ( onlya" but m the West, there were tune Morris cui ii low and hard Valentine had bowled 37 |00 many of them. I Bung ,,,, m .,,„! had taktn po Austmliii has nut reached Ita lumsclf down rolled over and Rmnadhln 37—8—82^—4 ov ,:it position bv sheer acthrew up the ball In briumph. cident or mere luck. They havi Hiree ( 12 Morris 49. reached the top by desk concentraUon cono I v '' but another sucThe After l.umh after lunen duel begaj ili.a novei woven th.,' willingly .-oticedea an inch of'' advantage. The Watt Indies must face them the same way. The n %  encourage bin CTOWda al lydne] ami Melbourne and tttara witti Ihe ball corndng through more Quickly t.) batsmen the islanders JJ. should begin Ut make big BO Miller loinad ivounng to .at his great i tutting to the needs Of the million he played several ok< %  appeal roi ;>.\v. to Ramadhin was an ail but the nook his heed, After • aky f.iur with I %  sti-.keat llu I of them and on that .(net end MUlei came lo fai basis — or unwavering attention Valentine to the matter bi hand and full Miller Out I tiii>n undoubted skill, they can begin to bin., I'h.t. ,.f a click %  • down picked up tin, garne anoald dimlnkdi die ball and threw it bark t,. the iheir hope They have only to remember that the A I CO a nuke| ;teel not pa|ie r hats and balloons, %  failed to fasten their grip l V Ctoiy in the exciting morrung*i %  us rollowed bj Miller and Harvi \ ; last minute win in ths HOH i un I re leadlly .d i n Ittci i naoraenl and %\ HUM I \ naeded fourteen nn i to win with %  fall. Valentine began the i vkr. Then tie walked back M ihe pavilion amid a gp i. i i-< %  .',< .\..,l !!. %  i bean bowled oh* hi* pads bul %  i typically individual Miller %  %  i. i.t3— Morn. ,„„i Millet gone f<>. %  %  %  th would li-elfllll. pay, w. Hole i in:.,1 ii rvey and the % %  •' %  111) i |] ..ml two lips were nil within six yard* Of the batsmen to ValenUra „; WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Orsnd Sc—ini 10 00 am Court of Appeal 10.00 ,u Police Court1 i a.pi MceUug of Uia OkamUr Coauaarca 2 p.m. Meeting of the Board Health '2 SO p.m. Rev. B. McCultough spesks at the Y.M.C.A. 1U the Auuii;d Week of Prayer—B p.ui Mobile Cinema gives Mai show at "Tho Home" Yard, at. Philip 7 30 p.m. Barbados Labour Pnrty Meet lag nt Hotlirrs.il Tnrmiig in support of Mr. M. i. Cos aud Mr. T. o Bryan -7 30 Barbados Labour Party Meet lug in support of Mi A. E S. Lewis at OreeuBeld 7 30 u in EUcUus Assoclalion holds po htiiil meeUng at Workuun'o Village. St Oeorge in support of Mr. Dowdiog 7 30 p.m. Barbados Labour Party Meet lug at Chinch Village. St. Philip la support of Mr. D. D. Oarner7 30 pm Thcy T ll Do It Lvcry Time mi CATJY ww: SAV5 /HAPRiLENe-, EITHER TAO0 CONE yET, SU^VRXE ? THIS ShOULDVT TKE ALL HAVI IP I WERE AS SLOW AS vtU, ID NEVE"? SET | ANyiW.EI?E.' J By jiinniy lljilo .•^R-NOT LONS IOJ3H •SO I REPEAT.' VOU CANT / WIN, SALS.'"( '/ MY SOOOMESSI ]' I WEAN TO SAY )Oie \ ( CWIS-ED A*J)£KH ?U 100 CEI?TAljLy sf COULCWT HAVE B>NE A SOOP JOB ti THAT SMOfT A TIME! IMPORTANT NOTICE In order to avoid late deliveries we must adopt the following delivery schedule as FROM NOVEMBER 15TH. CUSTOMERS WITHIN 3 MILES OF THE GROCERY No orders can be delivered on the same day UNLESS that order is received BEFORE 12 NOON CUSTOMERS BEYOND 3 MILES OF THE GROCERY Brighten Up For Xmas We have a wide range ol PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES Established 1S60 I. HERBERT Ltd. II SI 11 BOEBUCK STREET. 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Electors Don 7 Favour Party System H Wilkinson President of ihr Eir< loi Aaaociattoo, tula the elect.it .. | nmhl at Horse Hill. St. Joseph, that the Electoit •it were nut in favour ot VMM They had to accept it because it was forced upon DMB What we want in Barba.-1 auili'.i Irrespective uf COtooi wv ant those peraom be*t a bklo represent the people," Mr. Wilkinson was speaking at i t,.m Asao. %  %  Of Mr w, K Coward for election io ihr Him %  ol AaacmMy .n Us* •1 I %  enaVaJ election, as .. ie|ii-i-entative of the pari.-h -f M Wftldnaon t..id hi* lisiena.. how he and Mr. Coward had become associated and he added Mr. Coward is a roan of ability ^iid a man of experience, he is a m who lives among you ""ni. i an without any fear of contiadictioii cannot do better than iva M, Coward your vole on the ISlh December election day. Important Day That day is going lo be a most important one in the history of Barbados. It will be the rlrit occasion on which ever* man or woman who U uf age will M*0 tlM opportunity to vote for the candidate he or aha. would like lo bo a member of thHouea of Assembly. "1 counsel you to endeavour • thai ragponalblUte and do not waste your time m anybody ekte bul Mr Wd altended this meeting which was brought lo an abrupt end by heavy downMn arban Mr. Coward was speaking, A further report will appear in .i lata WILKINSON VIHIIIISMS IIMIOIIMI Reds Step Up Night Raids MB. J. H WILKINSON. Preuisot of Ut ElectorA-.uo*ti u n addressm,; Ul crowd which atWndtd the political meeting of the AatocteUaa laat night at Hor>* Hill. at Jo-teph The meeting which wa iat*rruptg by rain, was hold in support of Mi claUon's candidate for election w lb* HOUM of Aaneaibly as H n-pioeuuiivf of the Cowaid. the Aaao i pannh ol 8t Joseph. 8TH Alt MY H RS, Korea Nov. i: Warmer ajeathei brought ...stern Ironl to life OB Tut*d.tf an North Korean Communis' hurled a series of co-ordinated night attacks against United Nations position on a three mil(runt. Allied uii.i* BUMKI nun namut what Ihe Eighth Amiy nitfhl COmnunlque described as "an enemy nit nt unknown strength" and by mid-morning assault! have tee onta Inert Parted "football wmtbmf aoroB most of Ihe bailie line permitted! airforce fighters to resume thrl hummcimg of the Red front line troops communication* after So hours of lain and fog. The DierMfP !" *" <•> *- er > n 1 ">e West cury rose above freezing for the lniilf Wl tflke ,np "aches'* back tlrst tuna in man. du The South Korean Air Force are %  %  edited with destroying five Bad goif positions sooth of Kumsong cm the central front and effecting %  Uf. rail cuts south of Wonsan. —u.p. Australian Sportsmen Back W.I. !-.. % %  FRANK MAKfiAN UHlbUANE. Nov. 14 Onol Ihe most interesting and uiiuig Tests ever played Hi Australia concluded at Brisbane 'ket ground toda> with Austrat three wickets ncfeat over tha Waal i %  sensational match the Weal Indies went down with coliI>iog as vigorously as the sleeve of bonny Ramudhins bowling ami. The ugl> duckling of the early tour game* beoame (he graceful swan though with .11 ihe dangerous qualities of an ragle. The Mem has beer. Australia only a few week. the batsmen have not ye found form. The cUc i J! given Australia then becomes all the mOii> mentprovldaa keen speculaIon on ihe Weal indie* %  t, the remaining four tests. AlAustrahan sport U.S. lg Checking Anns Allocation's PARIS, Nov. 13 The United States M : %  Defence. Koberl A. Lovett, mdill tlv> United States had complete re-examlnolion ol ihe critical arms allocation problem-. fOWWBlg tha visit of General Klatnhowar to LovBH landed ot I eld here at noon on Sunplane had been kept up orai the airfield i>> ground fog(,j ior QDB hum and IB minutes and finally made radar landing. lie was met on the tJ£POrt bj Urn; Ihonif .1 Diesel Biddle. the European representative on f Eisenhower.—II.P. Iheir tropic homeland. They boat the opinion OB the fact that the tourists' batsmen will strlki form in the next couple of week; and btttlng failure? will become a thing of the past. The same batting failures cost (he tourists this first test. Fine efforts — superhuman affortt of spinners Ramadhin and Valentine nullified by failures of the strong batting side to cope with ihe Australian attack. Apart from Losing Ihe Test, West Indians suffered other setbacks in this game. Champion batsman Weekes is oul for ; fortniKht with a strained leg received while fielding on Monday Ramadhin ami Valentine wh-> bowled a total of 129 overs this match must rest in order to keep form for the remainder of trie tour. The ansence of these great aids will result in poorer CHI KCIIIU. WIU. VISIT OTTAWA LONDON. Nov. 13. Minister Mr. Winston OhurohDl has accepted the inviCunudlan Prime Minister to visit Ottawa after hi* Washington visit next January THK RKSt I.TS of To-day's TWO SHILLINGS SWEEPSTAKE Draw will appear in To-morrow's Advocate Socialists Make Second Attempt TO UNSEAT CONSERVATIVES (From W I.ANORY, LONDON, NV 19 SOCIALISTS launched the second assault m as many B'• %  lafl Jlils Oul At IVMHUIII*^ Foreign Polk*) ilU K VVMUND l.AIIKi W ABM IN iTON \ Hobert Tall ,n.iied on %  i] iht Ihe %  I'linglins lie built UP warned .hai 'fu earj led II ""' aoanpatentl] rha Onto %  %  lie i>n iha dantial nomination, put forward hl| own lot'Kii polK !%  i>ubhvhfo (o-morro %  ieH- Co ikime entitled A IVlicy For Am'iu.n i II i Tail EM record on the mb\-et That Uxuus as Ihe key issue Tolh Jn UM %  itlon Bght **>r i:ir hepubhean nomination nd m the isa prwident ihjn io rolkra One Grati n.m He kind, "one great oangc an .. %  %  .. i io iiu, n-uic aaalaai uussia. To avoid Uua danger* h< caned tor STS.IMKI.OOIM ma on annual IJnitad BteM • .lendmn. wi.h taxes high lo oal hiice the budjft I and put trie da 11 nee pruaramiro i to basis." T-ft .i;-u uiand tha pi %  ,ine an -e.i .inu .II jxmci l"f I lull ition' I" ii no IN ie nation shoulil fallow u general i ucj 01 •'voiding ihe sending ol I uii.-.i SI it.-v tto<>ii< ovei though such aelion may Inor..-.A" UH Minilime. l\il. denounced \<> %  Ddei tolaUonist "injii-,. said i h a l much more aKreemi-nl mi tinganaral character of ihe strategy : i'it, ttiaj Major PrapBgah mafoi propo .. I.ideil Ainenrlnieiiis h ln>ol,| !> %  prepared to the. United NTatK) 'I tOlll.lt.' till' I %  "hjStl Co Btt> RUSSIA SUFFERS h :^'V TWO DEFEATS AT U.\. MEETING i-ieat.d aha ni-t 'bound it unseat Iheio'ttir InU ,•*"* "t llh the member stale. pact % %  kUonal tribunal 1 the vlo, he salt), tni l'.l'Oi|it I... night b. a iirWHimi ,,iui i ,.t% ,.' iv ni-rtr her*',. 0>,icj NeUon%  leftwing labour as "diphmiatir weapon." %  Bevag lashed oul BBBIBSJI 2. The limits on thaeom i failure to present practical j and rnonposjrer strength of i stalerequire i i attendances at the matches leadng to possible financial troubl for tha West Indians. A nea record crowd of (0,000 saw the lest. However there are but fl Tests and the tourists cannot es8 eel to pay expenses of the tour i.in %  i.u-re live games Wit h..ut Ramadhin und Valentine and to a lesser extent Weekes the tourists have been failing to continue to draw satisfactory crowds. On Ihe otoM iwmd the %  pinnars iirgantlj requlre a rest to kaap Ihe fresh bin to secure the ashes. Captain (o pi — r Mysterious Dvathx < holt e '•! projei tlo roinliul ( %  IT, '.iiisin tinImdKrt I aalaneed, bul ft i %  I Ii 0 u I 0 not go S7s.ooo.ooo.ooo a real :t Miiit.uv policy ahould an> %  i-a and an p-'.'. L| MANS. Fi.iu.e Not :• *7 ,CI -;"'","' ''""'""""•' : police hava opened an in I;i '"" st '• *"ppi to eonintO Ihe mysterious de.-dh uiientaI area-, abroad. ,,, 1. Military aid -wnhin Iha aid dloil on B military tram tl United State* guarduu on aionda) Maur,l,,l,,tI b* ,v *'" ' ,h,,v ice Grass.'!, the gendanne p*Mwi "'* threaumod with communist i.-l i'"ai-k. I>ut only in .. wav thai *,\\ %  i. AII ..i l** '"• l"rt "•' %  '•-'• %  Mans station and oollapaact Ha >"ack i* planned ugamst net to Iha loeel hoapltaj whan na dlad M Lab* IT* ol %  in La Mans look ovei the t-^t on the tram. noun afttn the train be too dropped daaoV—t'.r. I B> luaa building the defences of Wei lei o Europe security, there muft in.> lenipoi rlbutlon el aoma Amat iions to atimulata that aflorl" i r U.S. Will Ask For Spanish liases II In St., TO-MORROWS HANDICAPS nM H>aa" "• IM a. <>...... ii i ' %  "'•" rlbbfan II.nd ..K A S I .... H.di.i Ann** i (-...h rniii*> li ...n. rrinfn WASHINGTON. Not It, % %  .iiiod thai a Unit* ,1 Military lOadQi commend that tTnited Si and ak beaei i.. buQI Ii Ihe deal be v General Franco \ %  • ieam returned to Waahll week following g jf Spams potential M .. Una |p ihe luropaan da I A Ml!ior; hi I States Air Fon. M,i|.. lame* Spry la making report lhat wll % %  I point In (ortheoming Prince Miha f.nr /I all Arabia. %  Ifiom New York for a two-day The Prince arrived in New 'York yesterday aboard thi Uueeu FtlubeUi U VlSlI the I % %  %  oi honour at a reeepl.-. II ADAMS, IT'sldai.' Of Ul Barbados Worker*' Union, li %  esn rhattlnc with Uou'bU L E BUafer, Dtrteh OoiMU Labaaf Losdor (centio) now in Baii"'to on %  Uiort vi-it tad Mr. r L '. r,| thrB^rh.iloWorker'.' Union at tinPolilu.O i. St J.AKgn. Uug mglil. The maeUng was in siipporl ol Hie candidature* ol Mr O H. Ail-mand Mi. L E. Hmitli %  ilorr aitbat ol tlir candidate* li*d siterssefd the meatliiK Uio "io wah"d it out Bostamadte GalU On Lvtliltou l'oiii[M>y Defeats Ikiee Sands ("ii"!-.nil-/ : EGYPTIANS STAGE PROTEST MARCH IN ALEXANDRIA Mx W \I.TMi t oil l\S lUaKXANDiU • MORI i ilA\ .. hall million K. Bed 1 %  : predicted victor) in ihe gtrugalv lo oust Britaiu lr>>' the Sudan More than 2:dl.lHW |" is. na matched IhrCBJBjl ' of Al Biunmei capital, lo n ark Uae 33nd anal i Revolution egalnsl British rule An eatimaied :tm.two utherg gurged Into the -.tire's to watch the pi onh gouncu wenthe muted nwtleol women I the marohai ItHe Brad I ) an ermv batten on ,,,r woterfronl in ('.Hid. uhare .> % % %  llai WattneerHj : %  w>0 -we A i a i-ntil tha Nile Vallej lg tree hrom ImpartaUarn II wor l ittea 11 % %  %  I id at .i!,\ i the da} "1 Independt nee" VictoryDay He deecribed tidj as a ol the end "i freedom 1 Tha Cairo rally wag beW In •' large tent doge In ihe mausoleum .it the) lut-' Saad Zanhloul Paaha. the %  i the nny Revotutioi Hie d.Mnniraiatiuii waa completel> illenl until the %  ii.m'iiri's UI.IS.M'II m Raaeltln square Sbouti ol "Long Uva K.u.'uk King ol Kcypl end Sudan Down Wlw Britain, Down With Imperlaliam" ecltoed hru-llv throm-.h the Square then ellenee rel uned again No inctoVrnte were repoi led. Smia/itsr Join In rVhjnad A i aCargho Be; said in i gtatamenl altar the population l"i ihowtng iii naa onh patriotic alnui Suaanaee pairttdMnti who numbarad tbaarlj 8^00 came Immadieteh banind the Femlnlau In %  'harp but colourful eontraal A Sudai white huh.in ami wrapped in tha B shoulder down lo Ihe nkl< %  i • fcll*w .iiimlrvim-n — t'.P. oi \ ici..r> the beginning ,u-iI., tin' goal "i $8,750,000 For Iran WASli %  m doe i nap or i "vn it s Qnaa> i.tnght in b) the Mntish-Irania.i I] ini-ii %  '•' A Fund ud that li a ;-itry J> I in will l>c atakl w Eg ,uk mi itfret in two or thr-v Hiadded thai the fun. |lo-Iran> an contract .• auch. bul i Iran's ability lo make up Ihe mom v is i.iking out uf the fund no*v, .• % %  • %  ateded after a careful turvay that Iran will be able lo %  l.i-t d uil. I r Qovai inn pi Aii lemongtratloo "I thank the world this demonatratlon i mpOM N I'ompey of New o. Buslamante called on Oliver p at seven roun-i I .-itight After-leal kaockoi ror Davq Ua on Tuesday goli'ight, spoiling Sands' chances o' by Secratnry of Air Thomas fining lo get along fine with the new Ian early match for the world midletter.— t %  nenl 'Heweight title f P WAR PRISONERS IS SNAG IN TALKS PANMIWJOM K tree Men 13 THK I'NITED NATION'S have virtual ('<i datnand i)i an imtrv liete c A liniu-i N'niHiMs i uii.tr.. simi in ii % %  . Btance rl frhias Kadi, allegln' bat ihe United NaUons had ai '"wd on raft | violate the PanmunJ leer, i I i anquii i Unulng and riplinary action would iha .ntilmigail tu tinUnited i ummunlal delegaUen >. mjom had nol h i %  %  .INK so.—i \r 7*iHl Atom Bombers hi Itiis.siuii Virfort't* LONDON B ..rnlllip1 i r>n the %  ; |0 .in ulhorltatlvf n 111 tan put -. g] i An ii.ii> ..( world nUUbir] deaaaon< -m-nla aaaemhlrd hv Britain's leading expert la 11,000 i.iiih.it aiivrafl vuarly are niiniL fnn i produclii n llnaa. R uld thai I I ibuul lUIHHi ii..lit.us .urcrafi iiiciiMling .i new let lighter ulanv ii ^T Alavoenkln %  r ..ni iii,.: tha plane hag a per%  th. M LO. 18 •<-d Ns|nn %  ilmnot dally 8,415 Killed il II AllMV M QHS Nov. IS General Jatnc A. \ Eighth Arm* In Korea Mid ... nmdaj i ho Itnlinl Nations froop* %  %  nunisti in die weal) anded N. l^s-,,, intlude.i H.4i;i '382 cajiI in neat said Ho>t Vandenber. i nllad Btatea Aii Force Chief o' Staff, said the ConununBBa hav.thrown theli culm|cl all Uranath %  wing ah' -If The -ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS. Dial 3113 Day or Night TlioYr always aaso weU-mannered!" #9 'Qotke Shocks H nwk 19 Brtdgeri i.\ii'i;ii. lofanoaa No* 13 IniermJUanl aarUtquaki report the lard d %  Ilalnkang, 230 miles couth ot i officials Sanin M. .< %  reiK.rtcd I'liimi li > . '.iciali said l.llde |,|n| I %  ay wrecked t > %  recant i r •PLANS //.AYW WTO THICK l/Y/l PANMUM IOM, Ne* I .in conducting til iiivc.-liK-ti"ii al B plane whlih ItO tlie Panmun%  %  Lifut-Goloi i n U"ui.ii and unoflc|al •maym" of Panmunjom .iat CommunUta did not maka • %  I %  :• i .• II,I-II'|. jskivl %  Iha Umti i. hat vnH u> heal. Ihink I Lm Ntwi tracr uf liaraluiemx lwa>. .H.I. .aim and rlrd". "And BBBg of Hunt litil, MM >if loos* tijiiinn DU ttty lip* ID gBatV BfJ iiuikt*p" "A "Atlrlher, wt seem In have ilixuviirtl /./ about Ike bttl-nehniri/ ugartlle MOROCCAN QUESTION I'AHl.s. Mai : %  acanda v EgrpUana elgn Minister, Robert Bet) -II' '*N,,I ... IIM-llltu.. ll.C .i aaaajBjf l ,|,,,l,„ |,--l %  1 ihara iif Die luba.ro aa jn-i aaaai — .111,1 I Url,0 li -,i|i. ih.IM I • ii '. •1 ... I"l ^,ii llu : tk %  aed ..,..' Ike Ju \Liurn JUh t ttf iMaWfBj thought lfc ^^ thrm -i* a gren: t *. BBawrjf" There'll never tee a b> tier cigarctlc du HAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTEh TIP CIGARETTE Yfaaadd ii-O*. 10





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PAGI i..i i: ItAKRAIMiS ADVOCATE IJ)NhMill MiMMI'.ll: II IK1 WRBADOSfifc AmOGCTE Will! Inn (hill And Truman >lal% A \I W DEAL t. — i — t — ..j >l lll r *• (IfMH O... %  .•.. B...4 .1. Bf* Wednasdav, November II I'M IIH4 \TIO\ PUBLIC BttcnUon has been focussed on : I sysurn and its l^dmiii *1 ation made in the : me Little -• %  <e dooe • > i' m. di the e million. BOMCIItsji by TI troducUon "i grouping end the U ian%  choo h l and Ihe maintenance ol %  upennnuatloci as aa iwtr i> congestion In tin' socondnry schools. eonieeaad tvooknooa in the InAn advertisement appeal In in the Pi ess now calls f"i* applications for the pool <>t is and the salary fixed Erom SH4 pec tnontfa to .. maximum of $^B0. But UM 'iilificuti an I'-n.nndod from the apil he must bo a univw |j with qualij I %  i mathematics and .. %  ..;. session ..I a recognised Teacher's Training I Diploma. It is truithat another inspector is needed to -I. n| than the rtafl but It if absurd on the purl of the Government to hope to .iiu act a graduate in science or mathematics with a Teacher's Diploma, by a salary commencing at S144 per month. This seems t 4*t^he .ever .nei.-asniK ; (..^tlaiinii cf rhis island This is not the only instance in winch the general public maintain a legitimate fear that Ihey are, not getting the best results for the huge sums now expended on education During recent weeks several letters have been written to this IHWSpaper critical ot the system of educattm, the administration of that system and of the people who tdmlniltef it It is not in the interest of the community lor education or its administration to become the butt of critics: but it is even less in the public interest to cloak any deficiencies of a system on which -jumper Cen * our imnufll public expenditure i* Bk*HIf Barbados is to continue to maintain the educational levels already reached, public confidence in ih*administration of schools is esaratiel. For TIM World? YOHK i .vi U be over to .1. in.. I Crime Minister ami UM I n thoaiht cen.iui la rtaaca and m Die %  i with thr %  rar-Urna nwettaas .( Churchill %  lint,.,,,'' I AiiKlo%  %  e ui ehaaga bi A %  i Middle F...\ and in.,. over thf world Ki-.d l',in:;er %  ipite "i i two war> esent alli%  %  ind liat.it are two things whit ti die hi rd. An<; I lalist" in colonial' I %  i Miaii-llioii D Hul in ,ml>licity UHlng Britain %  J ii •ocouranad I Ke\vpious, met the r*t In nun.Ki-alcitrancc . troublespots which Ai" ...... it, tain U> laooker-nn This bad Mate of affairs Lingered mi u^tii auha MK. WINSTON (III IUHIII n a. M .i.. i MI i hill ot aii advice %  on. And ruihi then rime UM Ban BUrchlll wan bark. Wrl.ui.Hi> popular and K i i could Kircaiy the picture ot a moment a 4 to warmly eager a w< .. his coming talks wild .i quality t inah historic InnyartII discuu Ihc immedlat* and prraalng problems confiomina Britain True. thi";ianbad enough and must M en n .-. In SOHImist, bat .'( M be %  th* eeonoi. aoaUTHDta must be agreed iibuut what to do if th i atari a shooting war. AND SOME WAY mutt be feund t<> keep Ihe British re armamenl drfvo going at full blast, without at the Ml lowering her standard of living unfairly. New Deal? Bin these questions, sombre. though thrv are, ore dwarfed by the prospect that when Churrhill IIM uf Key West he anil Truman may have "roughed out" a completely new deal which will govern Ihe entire future course of relations between Ihc two >•< TOT. while the change in America's altitude to active aym, athy over our Middle Eastern i.r-iiitcma WOi goln on, another i ruukfa WHS m the making in Washington. The State Department was being told that it was time to slop tackUBS thiinis on a hand-to-mouth. U basis and really do some thinking. In fait, thai It m high time for America to have | polk) for the Middl< something which sh? has hitherto completely lacked And Mnularlv Mr Truman when ho gets down to business with his visitor, will have drawn up for their joint study longi;i:stions for helping Britain |tl h\. as well, probably, as a review of what has been done to help etnee the war—and an %  I why it has not worked I' I %  ii.Mil should ask for a loan, tin odds are all I-ombard-li'. | lo a china orange that he Would net it But he would get it with rcluc• %  I tas;.n of any lack ol %nwrlcan sssnorasaaTj out simply nisi i'in IKHIJ knoit S it has %  I |. I, % %  ,,. | ii dismal failure New. Hit; MO, it has got lo bv something a tot different-and a whole lot Itettir than a loan this time. Somehow Truman and Churchill have got to work out between rand strategy of vic, i as Churchill did with Roosevelt in wartime. It must he a large and formidable partnership, an economic arrangement on such an heroic ..ale that Britain can bv re..oved i-artinrsr TRIMAN —for keeps—of ti drail dollars and gold and herself r having twice had personal inte: 'h Truman—Ihe only rporter who evei msnaa) He says: "This partnershought to he determined by a col< arrives, of what a strong, solven and co-operative Britain means the United State* In %  what it would cost American life treasure, and security Itself if th.,' | Ind of Britain should disappea 'Somewhere this aide of tlu Atlantic Union id*a. an expand. Analo Amen, an partnership should be devisable by enlightened stateaman-Oup. And he urge* that the gold at Fort Knox be uacd "to back condominiums and extend credits For Amenraiu acroaa Ihe country are seriously WOtTlOd about o poasible tolal economic collapse in Bn'ain. which would moan l*ie %  of the bedrock of she North Atlantic ) rgnnis.it ion. Bvoa the moat extreme of Ihe former Ltol icde that such %  calamity must be prevented. The magazine Time sums it up: — "As long as Churchill is around, Anglo-American affairs are sure to use from the slump of wary boredom Into which they bavi fallen. Whatever their djffarene nuiv be, the United Stales like; Churchill and Chun-hill like Ihc United States." Two I m Tap i" Huasla, Tinman nd (ihiurlilll see pretty W*ll e> e 1.. eye, -msi ol the bill to make provision fi : u *ysten of eompulfc >ry Third Party Insurance tor motor vehicles, is lu be rei.-'u.i i! ik thsei >i \ occasiDn on which the bencnt o< such legislation has been lost to the Island. It was not due t. any opposition. The bill was Introduced late in the sesand its merit fully recognised but in order that membein of th<> House of Assembly should have opportunity for further consideration and to mnke sunKestions for thai bettor working ot the bill it had not been passed If llaibudus is to have Compulsory Third Party Ins-nance %  similar bill mUSl DO introduced early m tho new doubl thai it is sadly landed FOHT niX. New Jl Twalva yean aif< almost to tho ; from a Clerman | pnsouer aud i |,v "i: for me Russians. "1 thouHht the wen our fi lends OiU) a i th i % %  fi i> ba bed graduated from %  POllah cavali) acOOOl and put Of) hi form foi lha nrsl tune. He had ui tne Itussians (From FKfllFRICK f'OOKi tooUlaai rtfls howitrcr, the • — .. %  machine-guns, .lumnj from Iron Curlnin counTh ,, ,„„ md ^ ',. in EutOM lo Mm %  > M>1 , up lo C2 II.. monlh. >Dc I. HI,, with Aim.. !" Iill lb* r. SJ arc ^nsldcmi rc>dy tor my,ol lha United BUM. anythin,, Kn, !" mdudrd. M. " %  '• %  '"' s — ,-* %  "* %  '"'" "I llu-in ,v|Tl on., ,lnv 1„ ki I II,„ ,:.„,„,.. I kramial... ,,,„ k ,. ,.,„, .,.,,.,.' ,,,..,.., ., Uilvlan Of two, some HumanE lscn hower lani and Ctmuana. a Tranyl.iron,, to lha nrat lima. He %  £" %  '£1" l ","'i'l\ "'^^'Z. M in action ,„-, nva dan „*TJ'J?"" '"SS'„.K. ',', -" %  '•'"I %  u ill RM A !" y "miilng llltlrrs unl„,,„„,.„ „ r,,n,i Somr s,'r\'rd wuh allMa. Iba They will not wtvi' oul lhah unit, but will l IOH othar raenui haravar (has arc wanted, lo, Hi' I weeks in America eacl right," ha %  •.,>'. without bntcr.„,.__, ,, r h "' llalv bca, the aau< o( nurrm "" *" ,v, n "W" !" -And l wound up ,,, rl JJ !" m 4K ^"'.....•upicd Europe. ;.^„ M "-" h "" ' ,h "<-""" '" Most have some special knowledge or tnt? U-i.am in some odd eoinei of F-*tern Europe oi Inai And all are supposedly burnint with %  desire t iigin for the 'free World." thoUftl suspicions are dawnlnf here at Fort I>ix that many h.tv*. i remarkably hasy Idea of what that Is Bas.e MealTill: TEST (FrOtH The Tiim-s'". \o\cmlier 7. 19511 GOVFi these days of danger and difficulty i^ UsO test, first and last. of character, the character bod> above tho fresh fruit. .( corporal and haa a The man with a "von" in his i tie plani tn dnp I i %  out, shortly—apologized a h, The Name Was . Private iMi'.mKi .^ anxious 1 m from tabu "ARSi o sni ,.-_ ,_,_j .__ a. _.,,, „.,„ i h f -"'*'* ?, If*? "• Tne amvei^ton Z ioSi lo %KTJ8E? 5? M9 TheWe exnUlned In d, UKh 0B0Sr ( on.e. a ,, h lW #v#ry body in Poland As yet, basic training for Uw newcomers eonitCa prineipaU] of teaming: now u. deal with tho outsize American meals. They gape in ditoelief at the nativeborn GI who grouses about the quality cd the food: heapinit can Said one of tho sponsor. "Im supposcir lo be a sort of] JaeperSj 1 feel more Ukaj a wet nurse." This." he added, 'isn't going lo be an easy Job." He took me over and mliid tired one of the newcomers. "Say. Mac.' he said, 'how many states are there in the American Union?" '" said beefj youngster, pstnsel %  ti led another tack "What do you know about our <'"immtments to NATO?"' Aaain a total blank. "How does it feel to be readln| a free Press?" %  'Free'' asked Ihe recrui* "This morning 1 an\ charged five %  : my ixiper." Rrrord 1951-52 World Sugar Crop MCRE FROM fl.W./., BUT CVf ALTH | TOTAL IS DOWN LONDON A world sugar crop of 35.611.000 tons may led during the 1951-52 season, aci the first estimate of the season Messrs. C. Czarnikow, Ltd., the ,: U'kers If this total is reached, it would he a record, nearly 500,000 ton above last season's total The total nuiuiles l!:i,136,000 tons of canesugar, a substantial rise from la.st year' 21.842.000 tons harvested. But the estimate It that beet sugar production will drop %  12.475.000 tons as against last season's production of 13.278.000 tons. Although there will be more sugar from the British West Indies and British Guiana in 1951-52, says the estimate, total production in the British Commonwealth will drop, due entuely to smaller produc*ion in Australia and South Africa. British West Indies 1951-52 production is estimated at 701.000 tons as compared with 669.000 tons in the previous season. Figures for British Guiana, given separately, show a corresponding rise from 205.000 tons to 121.000 tons. But the Commonwealth total, says the estimate, will decline from 3.043.000 tons in 1950-51 to 2.822.000 tons this season. Australia and South Africa, says the report, arc conspicuous amongst cane producers as showing substantial reductions this season Disastrous weather conditions have persisted and have necessitated gradual reductions in production estimates as the season has progressed. In Australia the anticipated output is now as low as 725,000 tons, or a reduction of more than 200.000 tons compared with last year. The 495,000 Urns expected in South Africa is 117,000 tons below last seap on's crop. "Such a reduction," says the firm, "is. indeed, a serious loss to the Commonwealth. tho more so if taken in conjunction with the smaller crop of beet sugar expected in the United Kingdom compared with \he record i-eti!.?d last year." In other Caribbean sugar-producing countries, apart from the British West Indies. crop prospects arc good. The firm warns that it is difficult to make lirm estimates at this stage of production in the Caribbean, since cane cutting does not begin until the turn of the year. As a result, it points out, Ihe estimates are to some extent tentative. The Cuban crop, however, is placed at 6,000.000 tons in the 1951-52 season, a big rise from 5,668,000 tons harvested in the preceding crop year. San Domingo will incn.iM production from 520.000 tons to 575,000 ISO Puerto Rico from 1,105,000 tons to 1,200,000 tons and Haiti from 58,000 tons to 60,000 ton I For the French West Indies, the estimate is that the crop will be increased from 130,000 tons to 140,000 tons, "CONSUMPTION IS ST1I.I. LIMITED" "It is still very difficult to paint any very reliable statistical picture into these figures" comments Czarnikow's review. "Many areas of the world are still suffering from underconsumption due In part to lack of internal spending power, but mainly to the shortage of the requisite overseas currency. "Although rationing has long been abandoned in many countries, in a number ol|( others consumption is restricted either by rationing or by price, and in some instances by both. Off-take must depend on how much foreign currency those consuming countries which depend on imports (including the U.K.) can afford to spend on sugar. "That is not an easily calculable factor for it not only depends on the general trade balance of countries, but also on the upportun:ties of barter trade between nexly and surplus countries, not to mention the questioi Of the allocation of E.C.A. funds for the purchase of our commodity. The internationa the red-face.il political trend is. of course, an importan %  '-vli.it is th. • „ .lactor in so far as it may influence absorp tion one way or the other. "The steady expansion in the intern.i consumption of some producing countric: which was a marked feature of the carlpost-war years has continued in many In stances and has provided a partial off-set i tho statistical balance to the artificial Metric lion ol consumptu-n in many so-called con suming countries. V M own. bullThe papers he sinned adiee I I lip at a US. army camp He vara Ihe rumpled fatlsues h ai'„"Vne e3'''bKlu lo Oennany said that at the end of the Amcnran GI "as a badge ,,,,, mt _,,!_„. led of honour, something 1 feel 1 ran !" Gerna*-^w H.tle kl has "V^y Pt %  •" l'" * nie either to lliriH ^^ Christmas in that dollar or two of his first Amerlmisspell his name a bit or laave ,i Isl Joar oj ^ ir See what 1 mean?" said th his Rloom Increasing. Another <-t the group lu.d taken up the tale HP was exAll i f ihctn are bachelors—or plaining how all Poland's trou n when they signed blsa—In fart all Europe's— cam ""• from lha Jews. their nrst ifi weeks in the The sponsor did not care very ... -re taking ihe same much for thai. As we walked ; ucn.r.,1 rilMCd k^b [raln|ru n breathing a UttV J hcr guy raw recn.it marehins and iliimiiui <>f Genraan* %  elating; blvouaci .u mttht out uis name he told PRIVATE PULYZM ">" the pines; handling the Feinberg. juard of a new army compass and reading the map. WOKID COPYRIGHT Msnrvn) A Is repractice on tht ranges with the —L.E.S. < "f hli ii out altogcthir. Moat of them %  an have >• %  .•• faintb left on tho from now nthei side of the Iron Curtain '" Kcichelon All DW ihi* .. .uniform I garlMtae. ami sir. nrntei for ever. %  I u )ob. donl care if they want (r.s.A.""thev rugged basic training a< me, w.ns "The overall redrction In British Common-: wealth supplies will have to be made good European shortages this season compare* with the last campaign must to some extent be placed against the increases from cam areas, and in this connection it may be mentioned that there is considerable scope fa expansion in consumption in this Continon* The United Kingdom and Germar ourse. the outstanding examples. "The estimated increase in Ihe world production is modest indeed when it bered that despite an overall addition of almost 4,000,000 tons last season, only %  verj moderate tonnage will be carried next year *'—B.U.P. FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CARDS Call and Select Early from UKVSM All: M.VIIO.M'IIY. COOPER'S AfW anil exlrvmely rffvvtirv cnmbiitfil Tin and Sprayer. \ii/i %  Inllimiiniililf a s. mum & co. xr i\on •roinonoux Ph. 4472 ., , tfupiif \rlinn SILENT KNIGHT KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS •i O.YI.V I I I l I VSOI.II Secure one for Christmas • DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.-Agents DIAL 3378 KI.KC. DKIT. VIYELLA and CLVDELLA r# ( t% DA COSTA & CO., LTD. for HISSES SklKTS IIOliSEIDAIS BIANKF.TS Illl.S I. Mill. AJVB SELECT 'MI C Ml THE III si HMlf H> have l.arr .Mock, at l.n I'rlrwt —BT Vaar Bullr, :-..il M'lk ^| .lust ArrireU fili.lHETTE.S CUBI SUOAH CASTOR SUGAR ICING SUGAR I'lUI'AIIEU MUSTARD NOB CHURCHVANS EMBASSY CRAVEN "A" uf UAUrUEB COUNTRY I.IFK I I UI I Mil I ^ t rMBSOTS. BEirr ROOT. LSTTDCI M'i'i.is BFF.F SI ET 16T. per lb PHONE GODDARDS EARLY



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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE ". ACE THREE SEiWELL %  !* kl n\ ri M i t us MMM1 %  <*. %  V I, 'l I* •'SB.* l,.m ln.idi. DaOn-irau. M. Idvvanh. M C William., R M M*n.ij>. 1 HaU... AielounOer. AtrloundM. K ferny, T IliiHii l.r brr.aele laonafu Tailor. Dr.< T* J"II. Tarraaee Ha*kir Cn. Wat. • Ilftvd %  radati**.. (iu. Randall. rnrii. Ernaa) Stuiuash, Kuaam PmiU. Bartia Boaan. Tkalttur PMuud. 5Sng .>.,,• i| Ha'nal-Bmith Paaanan. arming at Barbado. from <•..>,tnampion KnalaiMl> ^r-la'da; warr, Hatal Marion. Cla bit*, K < U'*mla>. rnn. D I' Ml Archdeacon Hatty BtootnAald. Mai Canon Johnum. I' OMvatt, Harold Huah. Oenraa Halwood, Mother Joeeph Ryan. Montague '.. IPIPIIIII T iroat. Alesandei Cheape. Harold Nit-hoIL. Adrin Banni.ler. Ivon Rotoiiuoit and wife. Iteainald Marat and -ila Lady ( DeFTeilas. Fred Slmpeon and wife. Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Hn'nev Ruby Clarhe Juaeph IIMtonaCharlr* ClTda M Hi i.I. Ia> i %  i. ii.i.. *4'ln Heiedia. H.iuene Simeon. I.I Trim-.4 Gao'KDa Qartia. Amy Da Gan.a. Camilla D-nin... HeiasU On I Hug* Tippmae. Kdna Tipptnae. John Cat—tan, I^awtrnr* Fielding. Jeuie FlaMlna. Mar.a.ri (Jail Male Cava. I'attMia Itavruurt. Evelyn Walton. Dotoiiv ti'iAltli. l.-it.tHmce. Hamlay I Paaaaniat. arnvina .1 Barbed a* ye. Ukf iim'i.i ,^-.-al Canadian Chalk-oarr *•' ol Ihe double IAIIIII-IIIII. which entirely new type.— Express. (ret Into the air a few seconds after *AS aald b> observer* to be of an Asked what a< lion had been j f.iken with rMBTd to Custom* i UntsHi. Mi. Flculni *aid that tinI issk I'nion proposals had been lotuidered by a local cosnnitllw as the result of which %  ui~\< taiitT law had bevn put Into Oil OctDOM 1 under whit l — golf course Is he'"U the claulneatlons and moat of i-iructed at Ochn Rioa the i.vommended UrirT rales hint E nncipally (or the benefit t>f tourbeen adopted There were still tMirnr anomalies atTectliig various Mr. Fletcher said thnt developlocal Industries and these were ment> are also planned In the receiving: further eonsMeratlon Port Antonio area where Errol now. Flynii. the Aim star ha* an island % %  %  I As lo Jamaica's present eonBttMUon which has been in force He said that there are still BSBM 1944 and whloh In sum" several thousand people living n the part pi dweller, who (ail the year when the and agrlealture hlrh have not yet begun to operate, but are In the planning stage. Emergency feeding is still goonveraaUotis anunderli.ive .mil. ..nre, ti ilh the report on the working of ITKTrinidad constitution rei-ently made by Mr D C."MacJamaicas Colunial drunken Driving Churgo >i -mi -rt\ Mi C L, W..lwvn. Acting Police Magistrulc pj District "A" yesterday dismissed without prejudice n charge brought by ihe Police against Lambert fe>iwu-k of I-jdge Road. Cluist Cliurcb. of driving a motor van while under Ihe influence of drink. Mr. F. Barrow appeared on behalf of Estwick. The poUca alleged on August 5, Estwick while driving the motor van X—670 collided with the Public BuOduiajs gate. Dr. A. S. Cato who examined Estwick at his office suid thnt in his opinion he was not under the influence of alcohol. Mr. barm* in addrswsUin the court submitted that there was a doubt in the ivulciuc ol th* piosecutlon wiliiessea and as ii was a criminal charge the court must give ihe benefit of the doubt to the defendant. One of the prosecution witnesses said that the defendant hit Ihe knob of the gate with the car but it was not proved whether It was negligence on the part of his client. Dr. Cato *nid that he was not unsteady in his gait and the mere fact that the PoUca t'">k him to the doctor shout U minules after the alleged accident showed that there was some doubt in the minds of the Police. On these facts the defendant should be discharged. „_. _.„ a ,...„ ,T(lli" This year tin i,. mbet of vehilo secure their places properly. are being reaped again, feeding Cles in Bai id cased. Up To motorists, the road leading ran l>e eliminated i to the end of Scptembei nwo accJ. rresn Bridaatewa to St. Jaines, ere i-eeoi-dcd. Fifteen ol Highway No. I, especially along Kuniilia (mu %  l I IOUS and Black Rock. Is the danger Spet K 813 minor. With an averaga of Special Police patrols urt now TVie banana crop of the island •• month. Ihe total l**ru: posted in this area where was destroyed but in the areas' number of accidents at the end the %  accidents ha.e whirh had o't received the full' of Ihe veai will prob Many acctdenta also force of the hurricane, the nop .,N m I.MSO ovei 1 i-t year. took place along Hastll Wnthwas coming on and they should' The iajN rtt" of ; r. accidenti inu utd HBXWeJhi and it lit quite be exporting bananas again in a' b) dnvc s t lear that many ccidents are caused fairly substantial wav about (of accidents. l_'n to the end of Scp•cmbcr this year 163 accidents i Sutuul.tv It is interssting tt note that more ucideni motorists are tempted to break the iH*ed limit. Cuuudiail Cruiser Taking New Route The coconut crop was not severely damaged except in tlv south eastern area where probably 400.000 trees were deslroycd Furtunntely there were about n million and a half trees planted on the north side of the Island since the 1944 hurricane and el "Canmany of these were now beginexpected nlng to bear. The C.N.S. motor adian Cruiser" which to call ban from British Guiana Via Tlinidad on Sunday, will bq "We are hoping that taking the unfamiliar route of the next two or three y Nassau, Honnuda, Halifax and coconut production will or. in-..i. ndniuUnM TuNdsvi w*ri*"*'." %  B,rm d "' Halifax an.i coconut production will be OLD AGE PENSION .\iinum rate .if old agai penalon l-SI.20 per week and not 5IJ0 as was stated recently at a political meeting. A ---^>s in at St Between 5.00 and 6.00 p.m. is Lucia „ Dominica to load small the time when most of the aeelpippUas uf (ru ,t or lime juice, anty-nve occurred ;ind ,i ltn s .dls direct to Canad.. bi>tweeii that time and 74 between she will !* %  loading molasses 4.00 and 5-00 ;.m. The least acci^ n d rum for Canadian ports and dents occur between 2.00 and 3.0n general cargo for Nassau and a.m. So far only two have occurred Bermuda. She is consigned to ri that time. Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co., In 1B46 only 2.900 motor 1 1 in the Island. /. big jump was made in 1947 when the total rose to a little OVflT 4.000. Traffic accidents for 1946 totalled 475 a uTiiinst 1.110 In 1950. In 1947. 196 people were killed and injured, a little less tho h *""e yesterday from Southa vear and about 140 in with 34 passengers for Barbados. 1948. In 1949 the number rose to Colomble Is on her Caribbean 150 and last year the number was crui.se. She look 35 passengers ye>approximately 625. ti nlay afternoon and left port for The Crime Chart shows that Jen -dad. U Guaira mi re house breakings were con.and Curacao. Some of the passeninitted during the day than ty tiers ar> making tha cruise, night during the month of SeptemCelemble is consigned to Messrs bar. This was also the same In R. M. Jones & Co.. Ltd within the more fli hur• Most .f the damage to wharves and commercial buildings has been repaired, bill there 1* sttll a lot of unrepaired damage among small householders. XMAS WRAPPING PAPER Sheet 4* ill your Jewellers Y. De LIMA A CO.. I.TU. CQlOMBIE TAKES 3j FROM BARBADOS in. L11 I'ulomblr ..II..1 nplon VMI s 1 mm FOU.AHTVS 54" DAMASK $1.64 per yard 63" DAMASK. $2.66 par yard WM. F04.AIIT1 (B DOS) LTD. \ i VVaVV%%V>frt'*0'^VaVCeV^%V>^^^^ vw/>vw//, THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IN TYRES CTTY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD. JaajsssMssjBSSB>a>B>c^ meal >.i thr hihril (.. ,..' %  (. ifuuJir* ,,i ,he f ( .(i..i pantMg pttct. 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