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The Barbados advocate
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SATURDAY,



Fighting Goes On|

Until Armistice
Says U.N. General In Korea

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Noy, 16.

_. MAJOR GENERAL HENRY HODES, the United
Nations truce negotiator, warned the Communists that the
fightin g in Korea will continue until an armistice is actually
signed, whether it be days, weeks, or months. At the
meeting in the Panmunjom truce tent, the Communist
General, Lee Sang Cho, asked Hodes for a definite object-

ive in insisting that the fighting be i i
eae é ghting continued during the

Hodes said, “you know
what that objective is. We
are after an armistice and not
a gain on the ground. IÂ¥ the
delay lasts four or five
months, the fighting will con-

NOVE



SOME EGG!

RHODE ISLAND, Nov. 16.
A poultryman, David Cooper

tinue until the armistice is ee ear ene on one hoe
signed, Or if the negotiations weighing about half a pound.

continue for two days, three
days, or three weeks, or
longer, the fighting will con-
tinue until the armistice is
achieved. You might as well
know: this now if you have not
known it before.”—U.P.

He believed a young hen in his
flock of 1,500 !aid it and said
“some birds in their spirit of
youthful enthusiasm do more
than is expected of them.. She
will probably settle down after
a while.





1 3, 400 U.N. Wa r
Prisoners
Murdered

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS

_ U.S. Must Pour
More Weapons
Into Europe

“EISENHOWER PLAN”

(By WILLIAM RICHARDSON)
PARIS, Nov. 16
(,ENERAL EISENHOWER has convinced top

United States officials that the West must have
a combat-ready army in Europe by the new target
date of 1952, and that the only way t@ do it is for
the United States to pour a new flood of weapons
into this invasion-weary continent.

During his “Crusade of Washington,” partially
obscured by the smoke of Presidential rumours,
earlier this month, it was learned that the General
had sold United States policymakers on the “Eisen-
hower plan” for a medium-sized but fully equipped

“R 17, 1951
“DUCK”!







N.A.T.0O. Army by “he end of next year
- A esult, top United States
> \ lefence planners are reportedly
« 4 7 irawing up new plans to accel
New Plan For |i ssinest 2 'ithees Sikes
° weapons to Europe, and are in
“6 ‘ » clined to abandon earlier “explor-
Disarmame nt atory discussions” about stepping

up Europe’s own production

Plan,” as pre-
and the Joint

The “Eisenhower
sented to Truman

Proposed





















































PUSAN, Korea, Nov. 16. e
’ : . 5 hiefs of Staff, would mean sip-
Colonel James M. Hanley, Chief D d d ¥ * ¢ , ay
° ‘ ) rertain be »
Eighth Army War Crimes Inves- eman e a} VYSHINSK} Ne sreatad the United
of United Bate fone auteeneee WASHING N, Ni 16 7" By R. BH. SHACKFORD States for use at home Shipments
isoners TON, Nov. 16. —_--- - . , , ; , »ARIS, No of United Stat valer Anve
ee : the Communists in Joint Chiefs of Staff have sug- . \ oembene: pty abry: . op poy Wakiow at ana : a TY Soviet erick Piet 1 Siler eat ‘ died the on esd Ga
orez oa 4 z : . ; x 1 Sovic oreign } t i
weal 2 we yard, He said in an[gested to General Ridgway that hh ! stump. Rae played back, but stabbed down on the ball too late, \ndrei Vyshinsky, proposed ot | gets in recent months, and Euro-
xclusive interview that altogeth- his United Nations negotiators and it went from the bottom of bis bat on to hi erman rel SOt SONNE had complained
ar the Chines monk Werte Wie: |witke ear aieass ty eoend ta Meee tad achat 3 bs o his stumps. West yor riday the agreement by February | pean Gov hac complaint
Reds have slaughtered 13,400}]munjom Truce Talks, informed ys reed | a aad sai 1 einfihes Fay possible:
Allied war prisoners, since the|Sources revealed on Friday. Oo bi Wa es Own he atom bomb. i | Ten macaisiuite, "eae: emia
rt gs of the war on June 25th,} The suggestion was reviewed at e e e vy ees mone See Rao 1 rae yy > Sieg
950. e said that of the total,|the meeting held by the State De- L F- ime in the general debate in the | Up. :
7,000: wae Wcute knee ones arunent welaier eke ak a n rance ; 1an inis er Cold War 1.N. Assembly after being pre 2. For, Pe manufac-
iia ati : , fence officials and diplomats whose | y ented with a white peace dove ui arm nerre ve s as
: An rom retracting his earlier|countries have troops serving in PARIS, Noy. 16 } | By LYLE C. WILSON ind after reservations against the he first course now appears to
and disputed statement, that the] Kor ‘ ’ | BEE i econd speech were raised by| be the more logical to top United
Chinese alone had killed 2,513 rs The Feeney Government halted te t ar | A tougt , are, ses aS. \ustralia’s R. Casey "| States planner
Inite Ste 7 : ? . im- é ough minde yermi i : g. ise ole a . ~
United States’ prisoners, he re-{ Informants said the move was ae ng od So ae ae named Ernest Reuter is alee After along tirade denouncing} During the past few Weeks,
peated it and enlarged his report]communicated to Ridgway several i seat ot oa . are his own cold war here ja Saag Western proposals for disarma~|N.A.T.O. nations have been “pre-
to include 3,757 Americans slain]days ago after top level discus- ea et wad aes. oe. = al PARIS, Nov. 16. the Russians, who press in ‘on hin. | ment, including atomic weapons ;Scnting assessments of their .eeo-
a Ten aT, Cy sions here. ‘They said Ridgway it, save the po ian Suaneial i < THE EGYPTIAN FORBIGN MINISTER, Mohammeal from every side. He thinks i y stages Vyshinsky offered hig} negmic and armaments needs to
—UP. ere cme signing Rn rain é j Salah El Din, rejected thé Foreign Secretary, Anthony pay break the Russian hold on | [ew resolution to the Assembly ie vaspporary Counell eenantt:
- . 7 hi ; ov y arlin in ae . pide M suggesting tee in Paris headed by ere
agreement had 4 Soadaod ad Finance Minister Rene Mayer Eden's statement yesterday on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan aa ips Of years — vey | TuREOSIOE (Harriman, President —“Truman’s
Terrorists Kill measures to supervise the truce gece severe cutbacks to the] —to guarantee its defence, pending its attainment of self-|_ Reuter's theory is that the Three Questions i chief negotiator abroad.
and exchange war prisoners. Bee tela teeveats ae poate in government—as the “samé. old imperialistic formula to Russians will back down before 1 lhe U.N. Committee on core? From. these stated requirements
one ae 5 WwW mean a “uate” Britis : ,< : sustaine i ; a ‘chunae andes ashington estimates of
British Police Officials said the United|return of austerity to France for perpetuate” British rule inthe Sudan and put off indefiy- Reuter ib ond we potion. And} ventional armameni ung a omue | 14 stent tities ame
Nations had determi o|the first time sinc 7. itely Sudanese independeng f er is a bold man, Reuter is }ineryy suomi to the securny| oo, P | hs
i etermined not t e me since 194 Me, Hie tee ee) Lord Mayor of Berlin, and 4 i new time-table of arms ship-
SINGAPORE, Novo16." to a cease fire until the] Mayer outlined the drastic He started his attack on the Hritish by recalling that|some ways he fits the patt MH} Counc by next PebrOALY doPMD renter egperter to be resolved
A British police lieutenant and}agreements had been reached on/measures after United States Sec- a year ago the United Nations Assembly met ler Winston Churchill The me. of for une promibition “ot atomic | fore the N.A.T.O. Council
a Malayan special constable were |two remaining major agenda items, retary of State Dean Acheson and} shadow of war in Korea. H sal Heise et under the! inspires his Berliners Mayor | yeapons, une seizure ot existing] cate in Rome on November 24
killed, while 3 Malayan constables Officials were afraid the twoJother top American advisers cor- Hara, .'O fi a. © saic , thig year we have two He persuaded them that they production sites; and UsINg Exist ‘ : U.P.
and an Indian interpreter were}points could not be negotiated|ferred with French leaders on wars. One in Korea and the other in the country on whose| could heckle and harass the Soe ing Stockpiles —hencefortn onty ae
wounded when terrorists ambush- |Satisfactorily, if military pressure]American aid. behalf I have the privilege to speak to-day. sians on their own and they nat LOF STICT | PORSOUs Nees ~ x y
ed their police car in the Perak} was withdrawn, It was disclosed] At first there will be the elim- “It is real war waged upon Egypt by the c «(doing it. He said, “we are fi ae 2. The General Assembly re 15 KILLED AS
State. Communist terrorists took|that the United States and allieslination of all tobacco and paper claiming still to be its ally.” “Bt y the country | Sra ewe can (hun, uid Unit ; |commend to all Big Five powers | .
weapons from the dead and|have discussed the chances of set-|pulp imports starting today. Sec- —_— or eae . , |States’ forces are fighting in {the reduction by one-third of the in| ROAD SANK
wounded before retiring. ting a 30-day time limit on truce]ondly the elimination of coal im- | a e Din te age Egypt’s| Korea, but with other-means, We arms and armed forces as soon as | +
—U.P. |negotiations. This is tobe coupled ports will begin on the first of W B complaints against the British are fightin rind the General Assembly approved} COLOMBIA, Nov, i6
" : ) s § aa ea ; are z g with other wes 8, " ILOMBLA, NOV, 20
ee with a threat of increased military |next year. Thirdly there will be ants reak om : their alleged violation of|but with the same erarrisees” it hiussia’s resoludon | At least 15 persons were report-
action in Korea, if the Communists], cut in imports of chemical | Hgypt's sovereignty since the) problem in Berlin and Korea is That all states submit with-)ed killed and an unspecified num-
TASS PRIVILEGES do not agree to a truce within the | products, synthetic rubber. non- With U K canes, Cola: artes, and their! the same. “Jin one month of the passing of | ber injured when a stretch of
SHOULD CEASE wie ard tat thid eit he br at ferrous metals and synthetic tex- ° a dart civilians S Mane ulead eee Reuter calls his war a cold war.| te Russian resolution ait oe | highway between here and. the
; s ou i —U ‘ i ee ea ‘ven spar- It ras he wh«e . . | figures on armaments, including | Pacifi ‘oast « Buenav 7
' out by negotiators at any par- tiles.—U.P, CAIRO. Nov. 16 | ing women and children.” Aine his connie” dusk on ( ae on atainic WipADONS and wat Page yg Sot eee
us vetde aae @ oe ticular time. ; ‘ The Egyptian Socialist leader | sie Brief Account could withstand the 1948-49 Rug-; bases on foreign territories ‘ passengers were travelling over. it
for the stoppage of adarahis The United States is under con- PoBanksDynamited one Hussein demanded that! pe¢ leat “a British oo OM pated tn eee aoa an, Pere y yehing ? pany d the t West f | a ve ah were sent ; Jast
ot i aaa Taos os i Rata Zyp oreak diplomatic relations | ACCC dt § é cities and)\the air li developed and when} proposals for starting a study © nigh rom Buenaventura and re-
ee "rd awe pag ld i aeeen I ao To Save Town with Britain, unless Britain with. | oe Ore rt in Egypt, if} there was no assurance that the] «! armament ports reaching here said it was
tussle ‘ass 4 - ™ 4 > iis ; : ac - “| this’ is f wi Germe : ne “t by > of e . lieve . .
sittart gave notice that he will]over as quickly as possible. This ots wf rene pus the strife-| w) at war is!” a eee ie Wie te GR Oh or me ate i as aaa aes — { ee geome Ln
ask in the House of Lords “whe-|view is shared by United States i , disputed Suez Canal Zone. | © the sferre: TA eae se Bdnetis. vee couk e past, accept a plan|gineer of New York was among
‘ken Aiphcenatin ro eniars|omciais,. eat bs soe aet aaaa From Floods He delivered what amounted to gis ates to. the United The Mayor steams up his West-| such as that proposed by the three|the dead. He was working on 4
: < es : - . [ an ultimatum to the > | oie secretary of State, Ache-jern Berliners to demonstrate} powers whieh allows the contin-| paving job on the highway. It
ed and exploited by Tass agency|formula for breaking through MILAN, N Gove: e Wafdist}son’s reference to the denial of| against Russian ideas H sues , ; - i
will now be terminated without|Communist obstructions, ses » tov. 16, Wovernment. hittl PaaitS In Hanedty "and| thenteston proclamations. andl.. ed production. of atomic) was feared the death toll may be
further delay.”—-C.P UP The banks of the swollen Po He said that Egypt Lat Ad a gary and/manifestos, proclamations, and eapon: UP. as high as 21.—U.P
wR ee —"""* | River were dynamited in the|within 15 days—se 444 mye Act oem Werte He said “I won-| whatever he can think of, to con- Bienes eae selene tieendaas
barren section of the Po Valley,| warning to Britain that lage ite ee See he would} fuse Russian: propaganda, Every
in a desperate move to ease the |the Suez is evacuated within one|in the Cans atrocities committed) time propaganda boss, Gerart
uteh Yachtsman Ca Is pressure on the refugee jammed);month, Egypt will break off diy fri aie anal sone by his British Kisler, sounds off from East Ber
cit f Rovigo. atic ind ‘co ae )- | TTIENGS anc’ alles }lin about freedom and election
Y whe blasting Sd eS aaa Aer relation if for one, have no hesitancy in! Reuter begins to whoop it up for
: ee als * le Governme é 2 ame § a a “4
: after floodwaters inched to within! te prepare the Payptias aoe — ; the i _shametal and elections but right now. — H ’
ere n or r se ja mile and one half of the city,/a clash with the B iti } my ' at ir i“ a teh agereslons by the —U.P. oralio
j 7 ee fs f ritish, and if} Unitec ingdom, which consti-|
whose normal population of 40,000 | necessary, to per ; .
r ,0 ssary, permit all Egyptians| (ute not only a menace but also! r
was sed almos 0,000 th setae ais : ) als —— ye oe
DIRK TOBER, a 26-year-old Duteh yachtsman who is the arrival of pr be ‘civilian Tie aavooes i tt em ae eee | Nruman Fires Asst. VI sco UNT N ELSO N
" = , s anc » advocatec 1¢ signing of|and_ security.’ ip
. Re ‘ ; ; ee elief workers and a_ steady shi cnitiinn ae “They ar | , ,C ve
making a world cruise alone in his trim 37-foot ketch on ct sehkien Sibel ciate Pend treaties with Eastern They are tndeed a complete | Atiorney General Creator of naval tradition
Onrust, completed the fifth leg of his journey when he|younding areas. More than 20 countries, if Britain refused] 'epudiation by the United King- ’ . ry,
anchored off the Aquatic Club on Thursday people are reported dead jo, sive up its occupation of the| dam of the principles and decen ee Se he Saeeen wer Te maker of history
rit . . ‘ r r ana one, cies of the charter of the Unitea -resident Truman fired As- 4
a Books, cigarettes and the flapping of Onrust’s sails are) -ppirty men, women, and chil-}, If the Wafdist Government fails Nations.” istant Attorney General T. La-
Dirk’s company. And he gives as his reason for being} dren, marooned for 24 hours on|‘® @et within 15 days, Hussein ’ ‘ mar Caudle on Friday and House
alone on such a dangero ruise, “ it i slowly disappearing island in|S@d his Socialist Party will begin Second Cold War I investigators said in Wash-
gerous cruise, eel it is the only way |a ) PE g ; ; “
to be successful; there will be nobody to cause a quarrel |the swollen Po river were|a" active Opposition Movement. Salah E) Din read his 25-page|ington that the President acted
and hold me up on m ise.” He added : “] ‘i feel | S2Ved by Italian Army engineers. -U.p | address with tremendgus emotion. on the basis of the secret infor-
lonely.” P yr $ # ’ never fe€l!~ military rescue party also His voice broke many times, anc |™ ition they provided
oO I. . ‘4 was raised to a high pitch time 1e brief announcement from
snatched from Po waters a 12- 7 2 7 Bn | 1 tin ‘ m
Well over six feet and ruddy, Dhencid girl ei a T-year-old Peron Wins Again and ween eee d the West ededings ' vag —, headquarters
. Dirk hag been away from his|boy found tied a drifti ee ‘ es my. general sn ritain, in par-;per us audie’s resignation
* ound tied to a drifting tree BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 16 , ; ‘ t
‘ : ? iS, . 16 ticular of trying to pursue a pol-|was requ sted and received be-
Eisenhower Will home in Raens foe, theee months} in the middle of the current. The The final results of Sunday’s}icy in the Middle East, which|cause he engaged in “outside ac-
| Seek Presidency to seule ne 2 etn totes at. apes aa ies eapiayitione tn election gave Peron] would not have had a place even|tivities which the President feel
4 ec , ene rere r ately; almost a two to one majority | if e ddle Ages conan 145, be tible witt if
ajority |i the Middle Ages. His speech incompatible with the du
five years, rushed to hospital. | over the- Radical. Party cs 7 sp
e , Ne é arty candidate|brought to the forefront of the |Ues of his office
As ARe ublican On his last port-to-port run| It was feared that their parents! Ricardo Balbin on Friday United Nations, the E an dl In Washingt ‘audle 1
3 ‘ onal : A S j i ’ é ; 8, Lgyplian cri n ashington Caudle was not
nates P e Sonne te 2,sepseniiog Avlame pace swept away by the ee : nk sae rons «] a sata ‘ of iad a he did _ ask the! yells for «¢ cenenenss oral
, Nov. from Ima * pe ee a * roles anc Jalbin| United Natjons to take any ac-|ately. Attorney General | ow-
Senator Cabot Lodge of Massa- bados, he had no occasion to sr ae 2,331,310. —U.P. tion ird MeGrath Caudle’s immediate
chuseits said on Friday he was touch the tiller. Onrust did it 3 ; — 3ut for the West it created a|superior who had previously giv-
convinceq Eisenhower would run |" 25 days. W Ha 7 { ° econd “cold war” that is getting|en him a clean bill on a con-
for President as a Republican. b at te eile sarkadorisn small U.K. ill ve To ' Arab Warning hotter between Egypt and Britain| troversial trip to Italy had “no
He said he believed Eisenhower | 208 , considering that 9 3 ~a cold war, second only to the|comment.” But Chairman Cecil’
would win. Lodge has been much bigger boats take just as Approve J ca Loan A y PARIS, Nov. 16 bigger one between Russia and; King of the House Ways anc
selected to head the campai many days and sometimes more ee : - i spokesman for the Arab|the West, ‘Means Sub-Committee, investi-
iiig sou a ; mpalgn | gays to cross the Atlantic”, Dirk KINGSTON, J'ca. Nov. 15 | Middle East warned the Western| sating tax scandals, told reporters |
nate Ei en epublicans to nomi- thought. “I am proud of her.” International Bank experts now ; Powers that Jewish and Egyptian that Truman fired’ Caudle on |
“i is OEE What Di . here making observations in aj problems must be settled before EGYPT WOULD ACCEPT basis of information sent him by!
He told a news conference that],. makes Dirk so proud of |ceneral way made it plain today|they can “impose” Middle East the Cor it ip
if he did not think Eisenhower | is keteh is the fact that he has|that any big loan the bank might | Defence. —UP. U.N. COMMISSION iweehcreesare es o
was going to run for President built i pimpelt all to the steel|decide to give Jamaica would ; 5 BDIAN TO ACT AS oP ige he
as a Republican he would not be ee got made in a small |have to be approved by the Unit- NEW PRESIDENT I ae PARIS, Nov. 16 GREN going ara Z .
‘wasting my time” taking the |#lland dockyard. Dirk was for|ed Kingdom, Jamaica being in the! MAHACHI, Noviid | uivtiah deledetion te tie UNI. a ENADA MAGISTRATE oe
campaign job, the past six years in the Dutch |sterling area. Prime Minister Khwaja "Nazi a -< as to . U.N | (From Our Own Correspondent) FP “Z°
yi a ‘ ¢ « ) Pre ri ‘rence ax y CRORGE'S Seid : Me to
In a discussion of what the|â„¢2V% the last three years of] Experts are now overlooking |muddin on Friday was unanimous- | that a hy { pte heme ax eey ie BORG A ATeneOR,
nation’s foreign policy should be, eo he spent his offtime build-|industrial projects and having|ly elected President of the Muslim | the sending of U.N. commi ion Jarbadian-born Mr Ne. i
he said “ihe U.S. should build up ing Onrust. discussions with bankers the Gov-|League Party. The election fol-|to take over the administration |G: cade Vind’ Sanaa’ “appointed on
in anti-Communist world and Lif t ernor, the Legislature and the|lowed a presidential vacar f the Sudan and prepare helact as an additional Magistrate {1 |
obtain strong allies. Eisenhower a “ 7 fe Sep : ty mercantile | and industrial com-jcaused by the saSsination 5 fo free plebiscite Grenad ail the’ enA tt the| %
s doing a great deal toward Ob- | muteh we and are led Pease eye eee j Liaquat Ali Khan.—U.P. ; —U,P. ‘year
taining this. He could have done FS eliipnn-rimtnalfapiniii * wi
1 great deal more if he had the ledge af navigation. From a boy, o>
‘igteiana’t ee it was always his ambition to be- Deh,
divisions to begin with. Gola a lastce. He alwiss e P a \
—UP. Shad a enna for the sea and has OS ems lee Red ee
never done anything else in his O .
life. % .
“ ” } « re > “ ‘ m gare AS
The ADVOCATE pe Ye < See pore of the NEW YORK, Nov. 16, at the fringe of the Republics of Sinkiang province since the est \ : | L
world and I love sajling’’, said The Stz Department’s Voice the Soviet Union, said 3,000,000 lishment there of C di poe ha eayily um gious persecu- | ‘
pays for NEWS Dirk, “and so I quit the navy on|of America said Friday that persons of the Islamic f ith hz . it pepe or ee es OEE ae ussia in - its} oil
; | August 20 to start on my cruise.”|more than 3,000,000 “Moslems fled Russia since early 1924 one he 4 eee fica Hort b | :
Dial 3113 |The very day he was free from|have fied from Soviet Asiatic Soviets crushed iin inde ean scape h ey ght rot a ce Ree to Voire/
D Ni ht ithe navy, Dirk put out from} Republics to esc Comr ence yement of the Turk 1 een . jave soug 4 1 ece ved of dares : Se
ay or Night. Amsterdam in Onrust. oppressior ‘ent A me diantus et hea ao nat t
He called in at Cowes— ome Phe Voice in eats ft oe a Middle Eastér ra AP
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iMetos tearn which Gime supplied by the Advocate, ; Radio Newsreel, 830 pm _ Radic} MYSTERY IN MEXICO re ees ‘ 5 pet

“in the competition. Tri- Tha National Humane Review ree Brom ‘The Editorials, 1018 pam | || Viiam LUNDIGAN also "KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE’ v ~~ ae
econd in the omp' ‘ g - Pm rom e s, | || Sandy SADDLER Willie PEP Fight es _

won the Anchor Cup and is monthly publication, publish- Yol..° Faithfully, 10.30 p.m. All Hale. | |] 2° . = = Midnite Toni

Guiana placed third ed by and in the interes, of The

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Matinee: Today Midnite Tonite Today 4.30 p.m.
American Humane A*sociation C.B.C PROGRAMME

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NOVEMBER 17, 1951 | ran a ny Sane Reom for Two (Cinecolor) .
. ‘ SATURDAY, ED 1, 5 3ROWN || . Se :
and the American Red Star Ani- 4995 p.m.—10:20 p.m ewe | Hoe ent, fer BROWN |] and Zane Gre Jon Hall & v





Leaving ‘oday

Vi ae EGU LLSFIELD
i <-fcts to fly to Trinidad



: Husbands & Hidden Danger & . ‘ Lone Star Tra J 2 Bet sie ah
mal Relief. Its Editorial Office 10 20 p m,—1 35 pm Crashing Thro Haunted Trails RANGLE RIVER Johnny Mack If you're feeling out o-sorts, Get lp} called Cystex. Hundreds and hundr
is on Washington Avenue, Albany















pletely they ask you to try it under a money

To-day, 5.00 and 8.15 p.m. end Continuing back guarantee. You be the judge. If not

and place a heavy strain on your kidneys
so that they function poorly and need help

> ; 4 v y f Nights, or suffer from Dizziness, Nervous- | Doctors’ records prove this.
ot eh Maes Community | Whip Wilson | Whip Wilson Victor Jory Brown pai Backache, Leg Pains, Swollen Ankles, No Benefit—No Pay
T lew ; _ ee = SS a Rheumatism, Burning Passages, Excess ight
wuraing . Harbedes on Nover- Adler’ giving ®_colourt SS | hesaitys of Lose 9f Bergy and fash vid'ber | ,,Te ery, first dose of Cyatex goes right
a o Barbados on Novem- Aiter giving a colourful word op INNER” | \\y | fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true | [0 works Quickly, this makes you feel
; en aint aa eras ee 1 M THE Ww } ii pi { = like new again. And so certain are the
2 with her husband ing Walcot turns to the difficultie } G La 4 }| Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or | jakers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
mar. I Egglesfield, Direc- : alco $ t / ulties ft
te r General of Civil Aviation in After winning every award §¢ cing the local S.P.C.A.—"You SYDNEY.

» C.ribbean Area. Wing Comdr. OP" to her at the Royal Aca- would think that public opinion A 19-year-old Sydney boy pad-|

1” ” ly satisfied just return the empty
39 ; | “DOWN ARGENTINE WAY pets
ie elg left here on October demy of Music, Miss J. would be strong enough to con- died 18 hours, 32 minutes in a)

overwork may create an excess of acids
\ to properly purify your blood and maintain
)

ac i} health and energy. package and get agen sngey re MAPS
j : Don Betty Carmen The Nichclas , ve Cystex (Siss-tex) costs little at chemists

Dsvies still practises five trol this unhappy state of affairs, 100-mile Australian canoe race.) ae? ) >g s , : Bi ge eg Ls

t SAO, - ates South hours a day on her piano in (nfortuna aly fie average Bar- He crossed the finishing line in| AMECHE GRABLE MIRANDA ‘Help Kidneys Doctor's Way = { You, so buy your treatment today

; of ICAO, covering the South é : Z "



her Hampstead flat. She is = adian has had the spectacle of ‘se dark, found he was the first}
24. The J stands for Joanna. suffering before his eyes for so '28n in. But he had to wake the}

rican. and South Atlantic
. it used to be Joan. “There long that he now appe>rs to be .4dges to tell them he was the)
Getting Cold are too many Joans,” she completely blind to it, Our only winner. |

HENEVER I see Mr. and Says. hope lies in’ our work in the FORTUNE

Mrs,’ Colles J. Coe arrive at —LES. schools, where we have this year :
WASHINGTO

Seawell, know it must be ge - ; revived our Bands of Mercy and
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hope for good resulis. head r hers
make Barbados their home every —R. MICHAEL BLACKMAN Our great need is for literature gn re ad va geal : ae
winter and yesterday | they flew arrived from B.G. on Thurs- leaflets and magazines — de- ington printer is going 1.0 bring
in from the U.S. via Trinidad by day by B.W.1.A. to spend a couple voted to animal welfare subjects, a £12,000 windfall to a 75-year-
B.W.LA. -to take up residence of weeks holiday in Barbados. with which to supplement the ojiq irisnman, first cousin or tne
piss “ at tH Old Tre ; : His wife, the former Joy Shearn, work of the teachers and volun- deceased, The printer died in-
Jar ith them as usua’ are

daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H, F. tary speakers.”
Shearn of “Letchworth”, Garrison,
is already in Berbados, having

Are now at COLLINS’ PERFUMERY !
YARDLEWS — Orchis, April Violets,

3 Bond Street.
LEN TRE RREIC—Tweed, Miracle, Repartie. {i

vo cocker spaniels Lad
ind “Chi Chi"
The were last in Barbados on
May 10th when they left for their
» on Long Island.

No Claim

testate in. 1946, leaving 116,000

Not Yet Started dollars. Since then lawyers have

‘ r examined 100 claimants to the
come over a couple of weeks HILE visitors from Canada, fortune, which is now to te divid-

ahead of him. the U.S. and England keep ed between three cousins.
Mr. Blackman is Asvistant drifting in by two’s and three’s
Traffic Manager, Sprostons Ltd., dally, it cannot be said that the FLIGHT

i iE Barbados Flying Club re- Georgetown. TiS eae nee ay et gle ‘elie Confetti
ports tha the holder of Oher passengers from B.G. on ile some o e hotels are BRUSS . ;
tt lucky ticket 1362 which the same plane for Rarb°dos were, crowded others are having that six months ago, while in Co- HOUBIGA™ i ome Chantilly, Quelque
0 a free trip to Grenada tor Mr. Pertie King, Mr. J. Leacock, lull before what they all hope and penhagen, an Antwerp pigeon Bacio
; has not yet claimed his Mrs, R. Knowles and Mr. Dan expect will turn into a storm i” fancier bought a prize pigeon for .

or her prize, While they cannot pPlackett, Editor of the Torch.

another two or three weeks. his collection. To prevent it re-
ld she offer open indefinitely Grenada Wedding

The races of course have brougnt turning home, he placed a strons









A* St. Mary’s Church to-mor- was performed by Rev. Kenneth Cashmere Bouquet Face Powder
Servi

: pig oe oa ;
row night at the Evensong J, Payne. a is = ae vautens Talking Point |
Y © : e oat ‘ : ; once ¢ s S se, re
the contregation will hear The bride was civen in marriaye ©PCE at ES reer See 5
the clolr sing @ local composition by her brother, Mr, Arthur Con- t© Trinidad on Thursday night Power will intoxicate the best
“Hear M3 Prayer O Lord” com- stantine while Miss Daphne by Aghrne a to orite a ae. hearts as wine the strongest heads.
ar My ay A ste ' Ss ‘ aA pe ala~ x
posed by Sgt. C. Archer of the Blackburn acted as maid of hon- portant meeting o e 5 —Colton.

‘ r@: 14% = \@:
they are giving the lucky person ie : ,., their quota of W.I. turfites over ripper band around its wings. COLLINS DRUG STORES
unl 4heeA sce November: to Aâ„¢ St. George's _ Methodist for the meeting and there are the moo days ago he received a mes-
mee ema otee oadae re Church, Grenada over the usual W.I, holidayers here on , 7 ies ) | SS 2 =)
produce the ticket Otherwire a : sage from Copenhagen to the = Sigirhoenee? emeacet nid aespeanehenmeaehiaia
1 a eas allotted for â„¢ eekend, Mis; Ellen Constantine, annual leave. There are not many effect thet his pigeon had return- 7
the money they "have a % ie +e a Sister at the Grenada Colony Venezuelans here at present. E ae cere 1 | Py DENS 9 ,
he trip Will be given to a deser- Hospital and only daughter of Mr ed home Sc It was still if a
ring charity ¢ sy wi a See ae : . vearing the rubber band but its ( , -
ving eerie ene ee saat tas and Mrs. Arthur Constantine, was Atfended Oils And Fats wae "ere so badly “damage 7 f. he ‘ 7
lish the am rhe : as Pen ye aes - s § z ary . mo *
been done married to Mr. Raymond Hum Talks that it could no longe> fly 4 ad tél ovetiittdds a \ a 4
. phrey a member of the staff of ON’BLE Albert Gomes the X gh Sb
Proof the West Indian. The ceremony cor ee . apabenaier endian %
Trinidad delegate who was at-
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Police Band, This is one of sev- our together with the Misses Mr Gomes { Minister of e ° ae /
eral chural works composed by Phyllis St. John and Georgina 7 pour Wee Me A nee noe, Incidental Intelligence and hours, giving you BR 7 <>
Sgt. Arche Cenning as bridemaids. ‘ i =



; ° ARRIAGE is like a warm
Mr. Caliender, the newly ap- Mr. Edward St. John, also of 2 Annual Meeting ; bath—once ycu’re in it isn’t
pointed organist at St. Mary’s the staff of the West Indian was IS HONOUR, the Acministra- 54 hot—Earl Wiison, New York
Church: is hard at work bringing bestman, tor of Grenada presided over Post,

the choir back to the high stand- A reception was held later at the annual Me.hodist Missionary
rd reached by the late Mr, Tag- the home of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Meeting now going on in _ St.
gart. Sunday’s congregation will St. John where the health of the George’s. Rev, J. B. Broomes of

hear just how far he has succeed- bride and groom was proposed by the St. Vincent Circuit is visiting A iN A i | N G 1
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aboard the Saucy Mrs, Flobster, looked like a potting shed struck they was to play gentle stuff: | pin \T i
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travels again, and the worn-
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among the disgusted musicians,
Harry Hedges calmed his team

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- 7 oe
Robert CUMMINGS «TEX GRANGER
> Joan CAULFIELD With Robert KELLARD

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voice of trombonist Harry Hedges. | i s y oin’ ter sleep when ‘’e pays ‘is ‘Lightning’ fasteners ae arr Taree

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breaks up,” said Mrs. Wither- Withersedge 5 ‘
sedge consolingly. °

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“ HAT we reely need aboard Prodnose: I st i
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’ briefly in a gentile mix
tu) 11. Untied variety. (4)
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thing fo jure lamb, (8)
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20. Lighter upset, (5)
This ace may be crystal. (3)
22 On @ hill it will pour down, (4)!
2 dad but unfed, (3)
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







. 4 ? = ‘* 5a Duilmes Davila, ss. Stude
Dutch Yachtsman, Toppin Wants To Bush Fires Sweep SEAWELL woe Re
ern, $s mpertal arlattetow n
4 x > 7 T Bulkstar. =.s. Telamon, ss. Fort Towns
Calls Here On Serve The People New South Wales ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA 7 acon te ee
. NEW SOUTH ee Wnt Ok BP ecsclt uae Rosario, s.s. Throsh¥m, ss. Hudra
World Cruise A large crowd turned out at * sc WALES, Nov. 15, From 8 oo Re 5. Leacock, F, Mseoris, $8. Tiberius, ss. Boholmen, |
Parris Gap last night to listen to Bush fires sweeping through xicwies D Blackett *{°e™ pdale, 8. Danmark. 9.8. Brida |
@ From Page 1 the political meeting of the New South Wales crept up on Frem TRINIDAD: ‘ , Seine, 8s. Lingyeilies 86, Aen Sin |
Southampton, England — Fal- Electors Association. This meeting Sydney on Thursday and destroy- en ate Namare, oF hilip, E _Dubois c
mouth, Vigo (Spain) and on Was held in support of the candi- ed 30 homes in the suburbs. Dam- §GNicen A Wiggins Estwic
October 7 he reached Las Palmas. dature of Mr. A. R, Toppin for age was estimated at several From DOMINICA: MAIL NOTICE
He left Las Palmas on Ociober @lection to the House of Assembly million pounds. A suburban ren Frank Diver. i, E. Begs. a 7
21 for Barbados. He will be 2t the forthcoming General Elec- lumber yard’ was burned. "Trike Mearora. Conrad Mclntyre, Dntshdl inane tae reel ee oe
sailing back home via St. Lucia, tims, as a representative of the While the 20-mile wide wall Norrel Alexander. s.s. Colombie wiil be closed at the Gen
Martinique, Curacao. Panama, Parish of St. Michael. , of flame raced through the north- sunbey g aS nt egy ruseaen st + 30 on the 2md
> * , “ 2 Z - ad % - ‘ .
Tahete (Pacific), Nev Zealand, It was three FOaeE age that ! ern part of the state consuming pep puERTO RICO: November, 1951, Registered Mail at 11 |
Australia and- South Afeica first offered my services to the gil before it, Sydney was encir- Mr. George Wilson, Mrs. Marilyn a.m, Ordinary Ma@l at 2.30 p.m. on the |
“ ae - electorate of the parish,” Mr. vied by fires threatening many Wilson, Mr. Aubrey Leacock, Mrs. Olivere 25rd November, 1951 j
Onrust was specially designed Toppin told his listeners. “I failed jiyes. “The fires blew ; Ifill, Miss Merle Ifill, Miss Victorine N B,-—This is tne last known opportunity |
for world cruising by J. W. W. C. ¢ gain election then but so grea ives. e fires blew up @ pOW- Gmitm, Miss Eileen Skeete, Mr. Brinn for despateh of surface Mails |
Baron Von Hoevell. Painted on snokes tO Wy & ek for der magazine in a Newcastle col- Jarvis the United Kingdom which |
green almost throughout, On- hetraane sat righ Baa aaa “ liery killing a man, and slightly Fer TRINTDAD: may be guaranteed delivery be-|

rust is 37 feet without bowsprit,

try again. . : tair McLeod, Irene Jack, Olive Mac
10 ft. 2 ins, wide and has a draft “In other --words,” . said. Mr Thousands of volunteer fire- Fer SAMAIOA: See Fae
: , . ore vere , i § ‘ot » Jar avies ober °
of 5 ft, 8 ins. She is an 8-tonner. Poppin “I feel it was a vete ot ere wee Working 24-hour wwii. 7 The Salvation Army
Twin staysails and trade confidence, and that is why I am Sifts all over the state in an at jnnes, Horace Vaz, Wier

winds leave Dirk only to read
his compass and allows him

here to-night.”

injuring 20 others,

tempt to gain
fires.

control over the

Albert Gomes, Thomas Springer, Alis-

For ANTIGUA:

Billy Gilkes, Harry



Bloomfield,

fore Christmas,



Enid List ef donors

Annual Social Appeal

plenty of rest. The twin stay- He had no personal ambitions Men and women stood by help- en eaten ee “73
sails are so attached to the tiller iv this matter, he said. “My lessly watching the'r homes and James A. Lynch & Co. Ltd

that the ketch becomes self-
steering.
“Onrust” relies on sails only.

. h Ww Mrs. Harold Wright

5 give me a chance to prove myseli —U P. Barbades Foundry
oe ee 2 oe eee vee and I am absolutely satisfied you U.P Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd advise E. M. Manning

miles per day since she left \ i) not be disappointed.” 2 that they can now communicate with the Mrs. Boyce
Amsterdam. The most she 7 following ships through their Barbados Miss er
io ae as = shi = Mr. Toppin spoke on #various “You re In The Conan Gintiaes A. EB. Bell, Esq
rotator which with ‘eervunrent matters and his determination to : SS. Carina, s.s. Cavina, ss. Reina Del Barbados Aquatic Club

’

taken into account was about

or oe DETROIT, N
7 Ane Among these on the platform : ‘s » Nov. 15,
No Electricity supporting him were Mr. J. H. che Tumidanski, 25, who
Unusual for’ an ocean-going Wilkinson, President of the es Mp8 Korea when he tor- ‘
ketch, Onrust has no auxiliary Electors Association and Mr. Lloyd “Greate Gar thn yon ar Give glass
; . red ers ‘ e draft question-
engine or electricity aboard, Dirk Mayers. : re resolve ~aday
does his eeakina: on a small A further report of the meeting pa | mee Thursday to read r
“Primus” stove and he uses kero- will appear in a later issue. eee ene more closely from anew
a hg on oe eral skipped over the!
3 ye a very part which said: “List previous For day aslernoon and evening
fine trip and absolutely amage mi C 9 ilitary service.” said: “ uF ee
oe =e nea age Tally lek s military service.” He said: “I sparkie—

taid. He was lucky when in the
Bay of Biscay to meet Northeast
winds which allowed pleasant
sailing. “Nasty weather is
typical of the Bay of Biscay where

one usually gets Southwest Lane, was adjourned sine die yes- you're in the Army now buddy.” effort Printed in guaranteed fast colours

winds”, he added, terday by Coroner G. b. Grufith Shipped to Korea he was wound- oT ( st colours
The only bit of bad weather at the District “A” ae ee ed last July. He enlisted the aid obtaina)le from all leading Store

Onrust encountered was i he | Kenneth DaCosta, a 38-year-o of a Detroit newspaper and as or hinds

English Channel and. Pass oe telly clerk, died at the General soon as he recovered he got his Glittering, spotless glass,

into dCowes for shelter, Dirk Hospital on November 11 after he discharge.

dry docked Onrust on the beach







desire to be elected is purely the
desire to be of service to the
people, I want to appeal to you to

deal, in the interest of the people,
with the problems confronting the



Liquest Adjourned

The inquest into the death of
Kenneth DaCosta of Chancery

was involved in a fight with an-



possessions consumed as the fire
raced through the heavily tim-
bered areas north of the state.



Army Now”

could have sworn I wrote in there
that I spent two years in the navy
in World War II but I .- now now
I did not.”

“I showed everyone my navy
discharge papers but all I got was

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





BARBIDOS NOerTE What Are Sterling

Printed by ihe Advocate Oo., L'd., Broad 8t., Bridgetewa

Saturday, November 17, 1951

HOPE
4

MR. ADAMS’ speech to the electors of
St. Philip deserves seriou. consideration by
the electors. Mr. Adams is reported to have
said that “the wicked forces ruled the island

for 300 years” presumably from 1629 to
1929. Yet, he continued, the forces of labour
have got them down in the last few years.

The serious voter will ask if the forces
were so wicked, how was slavery abolished

in 1833 and can the €ventful period from

LONDON.

One of the more unfortunate—
jand least necessary—results of the
present economic crisis is that it
jhas given rise to the completely
leroneous impression that this
| country is somehow “living off the
| backs of the Colonies.”

|

| This impression has, moreover,
| originated from this-country, where
| many leading politicians and finan-
| cial writers—who are in a position
|to know better—have spread the
idea that the late Government was
using the Colonies’ sterling bal-
jances for its own purpose and to

the detriment of their rightful
| owners. Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, no



alances?

(By RONALD BOXALL) This “quota”, of
dollars which a member of the
on them, up to an agreed amouni, sterling area is allowed to draw
to pay for their current imports from the central reserves is fixed

from the dollar countries. yearly or ithalf-yearly, but the
Y. . ° system is not rigid and a mem-
Exploitation

ber may have its quota increas-
ed when it can show good cause
It must be pointed out, how- why it should be. At the same
ever, that every member of time, however, members are dis-
the sterling area is not free to couraged from drawing too heav-
draw upon the central dollar ily on the reserves during the
reserves in the same propor- Present period of dollar strin-
tion ag they pay into them, Some 8°"°Y-
coun.ries, like Malaya, will earn f£xcept when he wishes to buy
more dollars than they spend, some luxury or non-essentiul

amount, or

and others, notably the United article from America, the Malayau
deficit in small-holder who earns dollars}

Kingdom, which has

EE ——————— +s —

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17,

1951



FOR FINEST
CHRISTMAS CARDS

.

Talking

Points

By OBSERVER
1

| VISITORS from northern climes are be-
|ginning to arrive for the winter. No doubt
{the tourist committee is exercising itself on
| behalf of the visitors in regard to accommo-
dation, amenities and so on. In this connec-
| ion, it is pleasing to note that the hotels are
assuming an unusually smart appearance in
anticipation of good business, Attractive
‘rooms, bars and good food are great induce-
ments. Apart from all this, are we keeping
| visitors and tourists generally, sufficiently in-
| {ormed on the many things of interest to them
and, at the same time, showing them what






Call and Select Early from
ADVOCATE STATIONERY.

















COOPER'S



“te ia |doubt unwittingly, contributed to its current trade accbunt wih jhrough the sale of rubber is no! we can produce in this island besides sugar
1929 iv 1951 be dismissed as the “last few {aes idea when he wrote in a ‘the dollar countries, may tak worse off for having been paic|and its related products? It should be real-
years?” | Hewepaper: Arsicle: out far more than they put in. jn local currency. On the other! 76q that visitors constitute an efficient ad-
| “The Socialist Party pag tle conte Gee a se, ae “hy, band, he may be considerably! vertising medium and at no great cost. The
‘ le a ee yo e other, that has given rise to the i is al t | +
But if this kindvef language may be over- | Service in public speeches to the j; x better of (8 he is anle to. buy



impression that the United King- essential dollar goods over and|lime may come when we shail be looking

dom is “exploiting” the dollar- ahove the value of his dollar! for outlets abroad for many local productions
earning colonies. This, of course, earnings.

noble idea that the desert should
|blossom like the rose and that
these backward territories should

looked as typical of the sweeping general-



isations which all politicians make at elec-
tion time, certain statements which Mr.
Adams is, fepiofted to have made at St.
Philip this “week cannot remain tnchal-
lenged.

While it is true that the Barbados Labour
Party brought in adult suffrage, it seems to
have been the intention of the Colonial
Office in’ London to introduce adult suf-
frage throughout the West Indies and it is
most probable that the Electors’ Associ-
ation had they been in power, would have
done the same thing. The Windwards and
Leewards have also obtained adult suffrage,
without assistance from the Barbados
Labour Party.

While no one would deny that the Bar-
bados Workers’ Union has been successful
in raising the wages of workers in the sugar
industry, it cannot fairly be claimed that
employers in the sugar and other indus-
tries have not co-operated with the Union.
They have played no small: part in pro~-
moting their success. The good relations ex-
isting between organised labour and em-
ployers in Barbados has been the subject’
of praise by officials of the Workers’ Union
and by many unprejudiced observers. Mr.
Adams himself publicly extolled the vir-
tues of the Barbadian planters at a
luncheon at the Hastings Hotel during his
recent term ag Leader of the House of
Assembly.

It would therefore be very illuminating
to know who are the people in Barbados
“who are opposed to labour?” Mr. Adams
himself has accused the Electors’ Associ-
ation recently of having copied Labour.
There cannot be much, difference between
Electors and Labour if this accusation be
well founded. But Mri ‘Wilkinson with
shrewd political sense summed up the posi-
tion neatly when he spoke on behalf of Mr.
Coward in St. Joseph. “If you suffer”, he
told the ordinary men and women of St.
Joseph, “we suffer: if you prosper we pros-
per.”

That is a self evident fact and one that
has not been sufficiently studied by the
Labour Party. In the long run voters will
elect to represent them, men and women
whom they believe competent to help them
prosper. The Barbados Labour Party has
been most fortunate in coming to power ata
time when the boom of war time prosper-
ity had not yet reached its peak. To-day
there are ominous signs that the wave of
easy money is now receding and there is
reason to fear that no government, whether
Labour or Blectors, can preserve the ad-
vantages which Barbadians have recently
enjoyed.

When Australian meat is being offered
to Barbadian purchasers at 94 cents a
pound (as compared with 48 cents per lb,
the present retail price in the island) not
all thé@!Secialistic theoriés in the world
can prevéiit. hardship’ and suffering to
those who-will not be able to eat meat, By
concentrating too much on class hatred,
and by appealing to racialism the Barbados
Labour, Party, has shown acute psychologi-
cal awareness'of the political climate of
Barbados. Mr? Adams has done well to pre-
serve the party from the kinds of excesses
that are not uncommon in countries where
the extreme left have absolute control.
Many people in Barbados are still insuffi-
ciently aware 6f.the debt they owe to Mr.
Adams. But not even Mr. Adams has been
sufficiently successful in elevating the poli-
tics of the Labour Party beyond the stage
which it has now reached.

The Electors’ Association have recog-
nised that so far from there being any con+
flict between “Labour and capital that
Labour is.the most.important part of capi-
tal, Not all the gold in Fort Knox can make
the tiniest enterprise succeed without the
willing ¢co-opération of manual and mental
labour. The continued appeal to the past
which differentiates the Labour Party from
the Electors’ Association, far more than
theoretical talk about nationalisation or
private enterprise, will not advance the
cause of any Barbadian worker.

What this island requires and requires
urgently is the united: understanding of
all politieal parties of the grave economic
conditions which are threatening. No poli-
tical party can work miracles, and the
awareness which is necessary to under-
stand the depressing prospect facing the
West Indies requires either a miracle or a
fundamental change of heart in Barbadian

politics. Nothing is impossible

| be developed. At qhe same time
jthey seize the Colo\ies’ balances
jby which these aesirable ends
could be attained.”

Tne fact is, of course, thay
neither the British Government
| nor anybody else could “seize” the
Colonies’ sterling balances, as a
simple demonstration of the ster-
|.,ing area system will show.

| The Dollars

Suppose, for instance, that a
Malayan smallholder produces a
certain amount of rubber which ne
sells to a customer in the United
States. Eventually he will receive
in exchange a cheque, payable in
dollars, The smallholder presents
this cheque at the local brancii
of his bank, and his account is
credited with an equivalent amount
of local currency—in this case,
Malayan dollars. The transac-
tion, so far as he is concerned, is
then complete. He has sold his
rubber and received a sum of
money in return. But what hap-
pens to the dollars? ,

These are paid by the bank to
che country’s Exchange Control
and the bank receives an equiva-
jent amount of local currency.
The dollars are then pid into
the central gold and dollars re-
serves of the sterling area in
London, and the country from
which they origina‘ed is credited
with an equivalent amount of
sterling, which then becomes a
liability to the United Kingdom.
So far as the country of origin
(in this case, Malaya) is con-
eerned, it then holds, instead of a
given amount of United States
dollars (or other hard currency),
a “sterling balance”.

But before going on to see what
happens to these sterling balances,
let us find out what has become
of the dollars. These have now
become part of the sterling area’s
central gold and dollar reserves.
They do not belong to the United
Kingdom, which ac.s as custodian
of the central reserves, nor do
they belong to Malaya which
earned them, They belong to
each and every member of the
sterling area, who are free to draw



is simply not true. If the prin-
ciple by which the United King-
dom takes more dollars out of the
central reserves than she pays in-
to it is questioned, then the logi-
cal conclusion of that argument
is that the colonies are net losers
in the sterling area system, But
they aren’t. No colony could
rupport its international trade un-
less it had the facilities enjoyed
through its membership of the
sterling area, and none could ever
hope to build up through its own
individual effor.s a central reserve
of dollars as large as that in Lon-
don. This is an important fact
which should not be forgotten in
any discussion of the colonies’
part in the sterling area system.

But let us now go back and see

how our Malayan’ smallholder
and through him the Malayan
people as a whole, are faring

under this system. To take the
first case first, the smallholder, as
we have seen, receives local cur-
rency through his sale of rubber
to a resident in the United States.
He can use it to buy any of his
usual requirements—food, cloth-
ing, and so on. And since Malaya
is a member of the sterling area
he can, by definition, use his lo-
eal currency to buy anything he
wants from anywhere else in the
sterling area. (We are assuming
he has been successful in obtain-
ing import and export licences
when these are required). He is,
incidentally, also free to move his
eapital anywhere within the ster-
ling area.

Not Rigid

So far, then, he is no worse off
for having exchanged his United
States dollars for Malayan dol-
lars. But what happens when
he wants to buy something from
America? A lot would, of course,
depend on what it was he wanted
to buy, but if it is something im-
portant, like a piece of machinery
he needs for this business, he will
probably be granted a licence to
buy it. The dollars for this pur-
chase then come from the sterl-
ing area’s central dollar reserves,
and the amount of dollars that
Malaya is allowed to draw from
the reserves is correspondingly
reduced,

The Malayan people, as a whole,
however, m@y, unaer present cou.-

aitions of worid trade, have cause

to grumble. The sterling bai-
ances, which, as we have seen,
are now in the form of a bank
deposit in the United Kingdom,
Wass ve weeaed for two purposes.
A certain proportion of them wil!
become the currency reserves o!
the country concerned, and to that
extent they will not wish to re-
duce them very much; the rest
they will want to use to finance
their current purchases from the
United Kingdom. This is where
the difficulty arises for the U.K.

is no longer in a position to meet

all the demands for goods whic:
are placed upon it. Although th
sterling balances are complete!
free, or “unblocked”, they ma:
therefore lie dormant for som
time until the U.K. can delive

the goods the country wishes ‘ | eadily purchased. It may be possible to in-

buy.

Deadweight ?

But to say that the U.K. is un
able, under present conditions, t
meet all the demands placed upon
it is very far from saying that 1
has “seized” the colonies’ bal-
ances, which quite obviously stil
belong to their rightful owners—
that is, to the country concernea
Indeed, it is in the interests of the
U.K. to ensure that the sterling
balances do not become a dead
weight on its economy, for the;
represent exports of goods whicl
one day it will have to deliver
And although these exports wil
not be “unrequited,” they wil
nevertheless be a strain on ou
economy since they will be in th
form of payment for value w
have received in the past and al
ready consumed, To this extent
therefore, we are merely putting
off the day when we will have to
export more than we import inp
order to import more than we
export today. Indeed, this is
simply another way of saying that
the balance of payments must
alance, for the disparity between
imports and exports must be filled
with an equivalent amount of
short-term debt, which represents
future exports,



News From Britain

LONDON.
Many things have been saic|
about Winston Churchill, At the
moment, the main point to appre-
ciate is that he combines modera-
tion of tone with firmness of
manner,

The new Government—this new
Conservative government — was
expected to go into action with
all its guns blazing. Instead, Win-
ston Churchill had some grave
warnings to give of British plight.
And he announced the same day
a stop in legislation—-for that is
almost what the King’s Speech
amounts to —and an extension of
the Parliamentary recess to give
time for the new Government to
think out how it is intended to
deal with old situations,

The Prime Minister’s tone of
voice through this dire and un-
welcome speech was altogether
conciliatory. All the experienced
men of politics agreed that the
new Prime Minister, with his long
experience of the House of Com-
mons, had sized up its spirit ex-
actly. If he adopts moderate mea-
sures, and reasonable arguments,
he will retain a firm hand over
this very unruly Parliament, And
the Conservative Government will
be firmly entrenched in power, in
spite of its comparatively narrow
majority.



As for the defeated Labour
Party—it is still strong, and con-
fident and cocky. The kind of
factious and noisy opposition it has
so far offered to the Goverffment
is just the kind that suits Winston
Churchill best. He can do with
some good interruptions from the
left-wingers, and there is nothing
he enjoys better than a rowdy
House of Commons to quell,

On the day following Winston
Churchill's quiet warning there
had to be a
different kind. Frankly, those of
us who had to sit through the
jlengthy jeremiads of Sir Stafford
{Cripps on the dollar situation can



(By R. M. McCOLL)

dance tha: went on

State last year?
authorities were

their “great
the drough},

success”

marvel.”

warmth of popular

loudly pooh-poohed



proof of any
roin-makers and rain

Do you recall all that song and
rain-making in upper New York

Then the New York municipal

able sums on the new “scientific

For a while they basked in the

gestion that there was little direc

By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

before, and heard it done better
than the new Chancellor. R. A.
Butler, could possibly achieve.
Perhaps it came as something of
a shock to observers overseas to
hear that the first act of the new
Conservative Government was to
impose controls, make rationing
more stringent, cut down foreign
travel allowances, and reduce im-
ports. But it stpuld have sur-
prised nobody. The situation that

ARTIE'S HEADLINE





had to be dealt with should have
been well understood by all the
country. In fact, the election
period passed in aé_ kind of
euphoria, with the country proe-
tected from its troubles by a biast

of
make the new Tory austerity. But
his words were lost under
welter of politicians talking about
“saving the welfare state” or “set-
ting the country free,”

R. A, et _ forward what
are merely interim proposals, The
Socialists had a good laugh at
them — and have found already

that the country does not like to| item alone,

ome the O
its troubles. The reason for the
Socialist laughter was that the

ine remedies sounded exactly

tha measures the Labo
Party might have t ened
been attacked for ! — “s

But what happens now ? e
are assured that early next aes
the Chancellor of the Exchequer
will come forward with a specirtic,
and much more fundamental, pro-
posal for a Conservative way to
deal with Britain’s
There have been some hints, and
a good deal of advice, from ‘Con-
servative magazines and news-
papers on what this should be.

But it is a bit early to m ;
predictions. ; Pes

1
From the point of view of the
areas of the world doing busi-
ness with Britain the present
proposals are rather alarming.
Britain is entitled to cut down

her imports, — but this does not
help her

to maintain trading
contacts. In the long run, the
Conservative programme will

probably lay more emphasis on
expanding exports rather than
cutting imports.

If there is one piece of advice
worth giving to the people who
speculate in currencies, it is tha.
the pound sterling is now a
currency worth buying. From ali
indications of Conservative
policy, it will



be turmed to| brought in a catch worth £900. Let us hope , ‘
performance of a of bipertisad bot air. High Catt Ramee nena the _beraeptional that the moon’s influence will produce the | a 1
skell, the Socialist ex-Chaucellor, position of the pound. There has i ay t ’
excused himself from blame for already been a first small step in for th eee stele to local fisherme:: iC Miik Fed Cuickens ave. 2)1b '
not telling the country the tough this direction. More will come,|*? the benefit of a 1 consumers who depend })) Milk Fed Ducks ave. 53Ib }
fate in store, He was justified. In surely with the budget an-}80 much on flying fish in the dietary during |})} Dressed Rabbits ave. 2b i }
say that we have heard it all his own speeches he gave plenty nounced next April. the next few months. Frozen Salmon BEER
~ocmnetiiaeand aeiplaitincns ei thieinlipatineantate Mae Fillet Sole ’
ie A | Calves Kidneys D {
Ox Tails
The Rains Came-Then The Claim eae, AN |
: . ————_____________. \
Now things are rather different. ting up appointments for such WRONG NUMBER | VEGETABLES IN TINS ALE \
NEW YORK. One hundred and _ six.y-nine .” But in the books the HARVEY MELBER, aged 18, ( Garden Peas '
damage claims have been filed by Civil Service title for this post is was wanted for a mail robbery at y Kali }
about the residents of the Catskill Moun- “sewage treatment worker.” Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. ( Spinach Tuborg \
tains region—they all took the : But he figured, when he picked \\f String Beans Bass’s }
rain-making experts at their word, THE STOVE up the telephone in Miami Beach, — { Cucumbers Worthington '
they complain—and the total is LLOYD MILLER, who lived Florida, to call his parents in \ Salted Almonds Embassy in tins i
cock-a-hoop at the tidy little sum of £763,750. with his wife and four small Fort Devens, Massachusetts, that ys Serre meee O'Keefe
in fighting “New York City caused the sons in a trailer near Somers, he was far from trouble. Wrong. { Insist on Fontenac
and spent consider- storms that ruined my crops,” is Connecticut, said: “I really must Boston authorities, tipped that GOLD BRAID RUM Pennants
the complaint. And what is New go and buy a new stove, That the call was being made, rushed for your Week End
York City doing about it? one we have is no good at all. one of their own to Miami Beach P â„¢ ark +
TITLE And off he went. On his way police, arty
Bndtnlcn and NEW YO: per er back from the village with the eae eee enamine iar JUICES
g - vane ey, RK is considering a new stove he noticed clouds of Long before Harvey had { J. & R. Orange Juice
any g quick change in the title of some smoke above his trailer. The old caught up on all the news from i SANDWICH BREAD aad Juice
of its officials. Their job is defined stove had somehow been upset home there were men in_ blue y ; Fresh Daily Tomses Yeld
connection between is “receiving foreign diplomatic and all four of his boys were knocking on the door of the (i resh Daily Tomato Juice
envoys and dignitaries, and set- dead. booth. — 5

warnings of these troubles that| veals a large and comprehensive assortment
the |.

Pposition jeering at| was the family custom in many countries of

problems. | ome of this old fashion Christmas spirit and |



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';ow only available as samples. The visitor om all!
an take such samples home and spread the
sood news to friends. . ‘
|” We heard several prominent visitors last a — ee effective combined
‘winter lamenting the fact that no handy in- nn and’ oprayer.
jcormation was available on the beautiful "
|trees they saw except the usual, unsatisfac- C.S. PITCHER & CO Non-Inflammable
ltory replies from uninformed chauffeurs. mate ’ Non-Poisonous

| Would it not be worth while producing a
‘simple, illustrated guide in colour so that
‘easy identification would be possible of the
more important trees seen on country drives
ind in gardens along the various routes
aken? We have an idea that the Alcoa Steam-
| hip Co., is addressing itself to matters of
his kind in their advertising. The project is
vorth investigating-as, undoubtedly, there
3a demand for literature of this sort and the
ourist committee might confer with some of
he outstanding local artists with a view to
volving a suitable guide which would be

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SILENT KNIGHT
KEROSENE
REFRIGERATORS

2 ONLY LEFT UNSOLD

‘lude therein brief facts on historic sites and
vuildings, keeping the volume to pocket size
owever.
In regard to the more commercial aspects,
is the case that several shops in Bridge-
own have minor products and hand made
rticles on sale, but, in most cases, they are
.ept behind counters not clearly labelled,
nd the tourists instead of being able to view
\ display at their leisure must spend consid-
rable time—in addition to much inconveni-
ence of one kind or another—having a sales
verson fetch numerous articles from shelves
nd inconspicuous places before a sale can be
ompleted. The Gift Shop near the Aquatic
club comes closest to the idea we have in
nind but the scope of such establishment
vould have to be broadened, not for the pur-
,ose of making sales, but for display purposes
nly. Thus, pottery, needlework, preserves,
vaskets, hats and ornaments all locally made
ind neatly labelled with a card showing
vhere the articles could be bought, should
erve as a trade inducement and enable visi-
ors to secure their requirements easily and
n the shortest time possible. Co-operation
»etween Government, the Chaynber of Com-
nerce and the mercantile community gen-
rally could, no doubt, be developed for a
»roject of this kind if inspired and organised
mn the right lines. There may be other sug-
zestions.

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A walk around the Bridgetown shops re-



£ gifts, trees, novelties, notions, decorative
naterial, toys—large and small—of every de-
‘cription. The thought soon comes to mind
hat, having regard to the existing economic
situation, much of the display could have
been supplied by local enterprise, adequately
nspired and efficiently directed. Take one
that of trees: in early times, there

aising trees specially for use during the

Christmas festivities, on which were hung

various decorations provided by the family f
members themselves. These included a vari- |)
ety of confections, cakes, sweetmeats, toys,
coloured tinsel, candles and so on. When the
eason's celebrations were over, the trees |)
were planted out and others started for the |
.ollowing year. Locally, the Casuarina would |
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The flying fish season has opened quietly. (

Boats are fewer in number and many of us| \)

who have not tasted fresh sea food for weeks i
now are disappointed that the outlook does

not appear too promising. The Fishery Officer }
has stated there are fewer boats as a result of
dearer equipment, including rope and other
accessories, It is hoped, nevertheless, that the
investigations and advice of this Officer, ap-
preciated as they certainly are, will result in

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ee. ae Superintendent” Ruling ena

Ask Your Parents EXHIBITION In Christian Mission Case _Mr. C. B. Rice
And Grandparents AT LIBRARY “ELECTIONS IMPROPER” auned tremquaiiyy Beene









RIPPINGILLE’S

Thursday, of Mr. C. B. Rice ea
The Speightstown Library iter oe . i of the Tailoring Emporiur )
3 (banca ur we Briugetowa Li- THE CHRISTIAN MISSION had no properly elected Messrs C. B. Rice & Co. His fun-
—TUDOR SAYS brary) are holding a tree exhibi- General Superintendent or Board of Management during €7l (00% Place at the Werthury
{ 7 tai 4 ® a ont Ke > : emete esterda afternoon.
“on of recent Sritish Council 1949, 1950 and 1951, the Hon. The Vice Chancellor decided ~ Giarence Baxter Rice was bort O V E N
puLiicationas, when giving ue Abs the Christiat aa : Enaiat aA natin te
MR. CAMERON TUDOR, Barbados Labour Party can- Nineteen such publications, dis- comeaiie ing judgment in the Christian Mission suit ie: Hie, agony paces 8
didate for St. John in the forthcoming General Elections, P!@yed on a rack, present them- ~ a3 a ame ae Tha, : a _. ed the firm of Goodwin, Wilsor
told a. crowd at Edasoli® cn Churedaw niaht. thet euch selves to the reaaer as he enters Rev. Barrow and others had sought a declaration that a Ce. Trinidad tat. oxen :
8 y nig the door, Some aesal with ‘ine they were the Superintendent and General Board of Man- that field for Barbados in



things as increased wages, bonus or even holidays with Aris in Britain, Tne Years Work

on agement of the Mission in 1949 and that Rev. Hovte ; Here he joined the firm of Mess

pay came to them as a pleasurable surprise,-but they did and British Life and Tnought. ee were not , Rey. “Moyte and D Hope Tose & Cn. a head o
not know the nights of hard work and thinking devoted »eme come unaer the heading — _ : ‘ ries vd. others ‘claim the tailoring department. On th
‘ , . : : “sscasures Series’ and “Supple- TS a te ee Ss cra closing do hat part of thi

to this end by Mr, Adams and the members of his Party. dvita’ Se Wntah Wacerin upp ‘ t they were Superintenden. Closing down of that part of th
e h Book-news. abour Leader 2 ans M 7 business, Mr. Rice established hi

Mr. Tudor said he had always The Barbados Labour Party , The arts inciude “The Novel : 30-rd of Management iN own firm which still bears (i
d by Mr

been politically conscious and existed to bring the people tu 194U—50", “Music 1949—50" and ¥ r rT ang 8951 The court decreed name and is conducte
had always thought in terms of a level which they could not “Yrama 1949—50." Then there is On Tour Of Wi. iat neither Barrow and others, Alien and his ouly son Mr, Davi
labour and that was why he had reach before. Sometimes at the year’s work in music, theatre, Stor: Li! Winans hee : rs wh aan others, the wo sets Rice

in this showing found himself in night “when they were sleeping the film and literature. Two books , 4 ©. Eliazer, Surinam ©f plaintiffs nor Hoyte and others It was here that Mr. Rice, as-



the Labour Party corner. quite soundly, those of them Of British life and thought are ot. the’ Cartuba {de es soe aes Gee ee Le cee ee ee
im was running for that con- who had to lead them had to sit — satodicies in Pritain” and cate the lat + oe ce sti I i . “Britis A » Be t aho movement on ». Superintende a energ dard of tailo g and to launch

portah babes and he ‘cont theent tee pl ara = Sivcnmesea tance ” “Treas- half or the Inter-American Re- board of M nagement, "good business. He selected on hi
t 2 . 7 ; y = oo a : — g£ional Organization and the Inter- The Court Is 2cr } staff not merely the journeymat
o run in that constituency. a man like Mr. Adams was not ures in Oxford”, “Treasures in ue SOurt also decreed that a 5“ ‘ Pine ie a

“If I had been sent to any other shorteiing his life because of Cambridge” and “Treasures in an thee woe a _ n ating of the representative of Dut the artist and it wa the mot
5 a - 2 a : : . = “a + Geldticoii a é S to find out whether e Churches , » . ¥ 0 0 us firm to make only the
pent gta OH, o Rg ou Sockeye be — — © a bas ee Treas- or not the unions in the various January 1952 ted 2 Soa est ‘he name of the firm was
nave 7 : +“ & “* & em, 3 ries. iographies of Will- colonies are well organised and intende , 2 SuPer she indication of a high standard
are the same, my intentions the But We do not mind using up iem Burke, Bertrand Russell, Jane to help them to do so on the basig pent will be elected. of sartorial excellence. In hi
same and my hopes for you peo- our healths if it would give you Austen, George Eliot. G. M. Trev- of democracy... ne Oey VUcanens is Rta ee Un woe accent Bir Bice seals
ple the same. I am first and last some benefit,” he said. “I want elyan and Osbert Sitwell are the Mr. Eliazer arrived her ecember 17 when it is proposed jseq that Barbados was becomin,
a Labour Party man and have you to understand that if you “Supplements to British Book- eer eres Pegey se Yh that the final decree will be pro- a to ; 1d hi

MAKES

. : a sday "Or 3 l 4 »pular as a to st sort anc €
no interest in politics except to feel you really want to get on news.” Readers can buy these BWik ate ea an Bounced and the ques ion of costs popula; to Gags. ote v of oialann U K
serve: those who earn their fiving in life; go further than the way books 3 mae Gut Sete. ~ <5 i nara- will be dealt with, Meanwhile it building up a ound busine YO BR BA ING
by the sweat of their brows.” in which you were brought up, Early this month. 12 detective He said that at the te T.U will be open to both plaintiffs and within a few years. In 1925 he |
There was no personal interest then your choice is clear and novels were put into circulation Conference held at Milat n Italy defendants to seek a further stay enlisted the help of the late M1
that he could have in getting in simple.” at the Library, Among them were in July this year, a resolution “i? ® View to an appeal. Stenley,,Heath,.andthe name..o

ths House of Assembly apart ‘You should know your friends “Eternitv Ring” by Patricia Went-
from the satisfaction it would and separate your friends from worth, “All on a Summer’s Dav”
give him in working with the your anemies and we want you kv John

was passed for seven million dol- The: final decree to be pro- C, B. Rice was known far beyon«
lars (U,S,) to support the labour POUNced on December 17 will be te Caribbean. He continued t
Garden and “Curiosity movement in the undeveloped 2#t @ Receiver or Receivers, pre- ring fresh talent to his busine

EASIER

















Labour Party for the people. 'to feel that we are comrades.” Kills the Cat” ky Joon Cy “ countries in the U.S.A. and the {ably an officer or officers of @24 maintain a highly reputable
eae no heen ts i And just two days ago. “Your West Indies on the basis of dem- ®™°ther denomination, be ap- trade name
ory he cou ave throu a, Oo, Pattern Cutting” bv Sheila Mac ocracy. pointed and be given undertakings Ce ye : eyesight
that he did not have before. tt RR Fwan was vut into circulati to retain: intact {he nroberty of neck eet eens eyesign
. ¢ circulation property of compelled him to — retire fron
at hg ee to ae clone with two fictions. Asked about labour conditions in «he Christian Mission which is in business but the firm which h
him, they would be supporting, oF. Detective novels enjoy a good Surinam, he said: “There ave very the possession of the defendants founded continues to cater to;
in truth, not him, but the Barba- ro Ll e‘renlation at Speightstown, the satisfactory at the present moment. and plaintiffs. This will obte » and dis g clientele
ss e é * us ? : § obtain wide and discriminating clientele
dos Labour Party to support Litrarian. said yesterday There is plenty of work available un il the proper ‘lec 1 In private life Mr, Rice was
their own defence, athraria siid yesterday. for all classes, the vGMeka aren iSnnes, 5 I per election of a 1 private ife Mr tice Was a
Managers and Planters who be ae all paid er ‘ae ai os sienere! Superintendent and Trea- Charming person ality with a nat
“The Barbados Labou; Party visited the City yesterday were Stole Svear ployment.” ; surer is held, See ee a Ns dim th
have rescued you from the hold all pleased with the progress of ~ Mr, Eliazer is President of che , The case arose out of a con- “Ve i Be iaicried oe Me: Fahey
which your oppressors had got on the canes. “Some are so beautiful Cane ° Fined Surinam Trades Union Council t€otion in 1949 some days beiore who predeceased him, He leave
— o the past,” he said. I my- th.t they give .he appearance ~ with a membership of 43,000 and # Meeting was to be held to elect to mourn their loss one son M)
se ave not experienced the ef- that they are ready to be reaped”, fines totalling $27.96 were im- also President of the Surinam 4 General Superintendent, Tne Dave Rice and Mrs. Luton Skin
poy = ore but my father one planter told the Advocate. posed on otfenders during we Minors Unions and the Surinam Defendan.s, Hoyte and others, ner to whom deepest sympath
nt hi oe See ens He said tha. since the crop week by Police magistrate mr. Workers’ Organization both com- Claimed that Hoyte who was the Will be extended '
of the hell np wean thro a mt ended this year they have been %. H. Nurse at District “E” Police prising 25,000 members, previous Superintendent had | \
impressing upon me “he aay getting continuous showers and he Courts, — Loan Bank Started sought legal advice and had been rE |
beaters Ghat; tues eahetl fel ae caer thinks that because of this the The highest fine was one of Five months ago, the Surinam told that ag the Chris.ian Mis- UNLAWFUL POSSESSION |
children of his if we did not do island will have a record crop $14.86 put on Kenneth Griffith of Workers’ Organisation and the “\0n Herald, in which notice of a
anything to change the conditions "¢Xt year. Ashton Tenantry, St. Peter, who Surinam Minors Union started a meeting should be published, had Acting Police Magistrate C. L
of the masses in this island.” “These showers may cause some was found guilty of the larceny o: loan bank for their members with £0ne out of existence, the meet- Walwyn — yesterday entence
Mr Tudor said he mentioned worry in the Scotland District and Sugar cane growing in As..ion a capital of about $72,000. This ing scheduled to be held was Lester Bishop of Halls Road, S
that because | they might not low lying districts which lack Tenantry. He was given 14 days money he said, is for the purpose illegal. Hoy e’s counsel argued Michael, to one month's impri )
believe that he had their interest adequate drainage”, he said. in which to pay the fine with an Of granting loans to their members that because of the non-existence ©OMent with hard labour for the \
at heart, He said that on his way to the alternative of two months’ im- at the rate of 1% per annum. of the Herald he shoula continue UJawful possession of an iron: }\
They had the vote then. Why, City this morning he was especial- Prisonment. Griffith appealed, Speaking of the political set up to be Superintendent. wheel. The offence was commit }
he asked, did they think it had ly delighted with the look of canes | Tone Roach of Cave Hill, St In Surinam, he said that they had Though Hoyte did not a tend ted on November 15. \
been given them? The other in the Sweet Bo.tom area, “At Lucy, and Elise Campbell of the a Seoren Elections in 1949 the meeting in 1949, the plain When asked by the Police hoy i
people did not give it to them the Annual Industrial Exhibition Same locality were both fined $5.52 eee. the new constitution, In tiffs, Barrow and others held q b@ had got the wheel, Bishop couk
and there was nothing to press we are expecting to have a better With an alternative of one month's a oe Provision was mecting and elected Barrow as]®°t sive a satisfactory explana }
on the Labour Party to give it. display of canes than last year. imprisonment for inflicting bodily ™@de for every man and woman General Superintendent. Hoy e’ |#on. He was arrested by Polis }
But the Labour Party felt that We may even have a new record harm on Herman Armstrong. Both ev the age of 23 to vote for meimn= counsel argued that this was not Constable 152 Lynch attached t 1) Oa mR Vv * , 4'6!
when they had a vote they could for the amount of canes to a hole’, Roach and Campbell appealed. ae te eee eres 4 proper election, the C.L.D., while in nossession of NEW DRESS
ake me * ei irs. said. a * * t.. or ‘0 e elec ions, 1e Coun- The Judge eal . . ca the wheel on Church Village Road ZAVE . ya's”
They ante 2 Reeoe ar gens Wee rain also has its dis- . l/Sgt. Rice, who is the N.C.O. my neon | members, eight ba on fia to Selene tee fice St Michael, Hy : SEA PERIALS...OPENED FoR
. s Ss 7 3 . a * ‘ " pee oO who! ere 2lacte, £ seve 7 . , + 5 r 4 ¥ . Tr
that they should have a say in advan ages. It is hindering us * cunts of enertese Police emmuaceind” taek ¢ we “achat und also that the meeting for the] _ His record showed three pre- THE AMAS FASHION
how they should be governed. from reaping the yam and potato Ost, was sta ioned at Distr ict ‘E labour candidates election of Barrow was improper vious convictions for larceny P. é e
They had to feel that no matter crops as fast as we could have Police Station from Thursday to “ng. that the membBeret Rev. Barrow and his party were PEO ooo oS : 5 eget te
5 eed B : 7 - oy > acer staal y the e members c " . S party were | (2-888 Z : ~. |
mney ota nase . ee done in dry weather.” He an aot oa si eae the Council has been extended to represented by Mr. W. W. Reece, sere airranited wis |
ey should have a hand in their e has taken over from Set. , , aie wg K.C., and : ; ar i({ BRODERIF i .
; 4 ; 21, the Labour Party has gainea-®:-C- and Mr, J. S, RB. Dear in- . l ANGLAIS
own destiny. Clarke who is on two weeks’ * : er ia kc rs & 0) :
“Our hon feel,” he said, “that 7 leave, oe seats and the people in ee ee — a ~ ah Buy your NS ||! In White, Pink and Blue
We ahGhidithe- Hake” Shan miman Diseuss Burials A * * ° § uri lam are in a more, favourable png BE fi oi ev. ry e and his \, { Several Designs from... . $3.65 to $6.30 per Yd.
beings if We did not give you 4 The Assembly Singers of position than they were previous- arty were represented, bv Mr. 1 1 1 4 \i EMBRO!IDERE ‘
help. When: we seele-to-give your With Bisho Speightstown are putting in quite \Y he said. oe Adres, spd a D HL. XMAS CRACKERS ) ul ’ ; on teED , ORGANDY
children better education, and , P ‘number of practices each week an : ritertans “ats Beaty by Messrs. Car- 4 7 { n White, Pink and Blue
you yourselves better wages, we he Superi sertain ©© the end of staging a Christmas ‘ f est ars an From $3.39 to $3.6
, perintendents of certain ’ ae r ; The judgment , 7 m $3.39 to $3.61 per Yd.
do not do this because we want non-Anglican churches in the Music concert at the Assembly Letters Of eedacannw pote Po the . Vive »y i CRINKLED GEORGETTE
your gratitude. No, we feel that island, met the Lord Bishop on Room on _ Sunday _ evening, Mat are aan nt ote oe 1 ’ S|} : eee ae
this is our duty.” Thursday and discussed with him, December 16. Administrati Sunday Advocate”. XMAS TREE S In Nil, Maize, Pink 9nd Blue at........ $2.02 per Yd.
th . ittal to th at The choir is being trained by u ation | Z 14s MOSS ‘REPR
The work of the Barbados Ahern church yards, “of an Mrs. Joshua A. Haynes \ ' , MIN CAEFE
Workers Uni as bei ae ra parcs, Pia g : a In the Court of Ordinary yester- - qh) n Pink « > ‘ -
eee) ae ee hae individual by a imisister of the pee ne * eee erent pee rs i. ‘All Was wiet On DECORATIONS KK | 1 Pink and Blue at.. ibis $3.00 per Yd.
; a individual’s choi and not ;. The inquiry into the death of “> on. the uer Judy 1¢€ n « |) SCREEN PRINTED S
been done had been done because i®dividual’s choice, and not neces . ; granted the petition of Rhoa KK | {) WB! q SATIN
a -deterstinad ane oe ho Sarily an Anglican minister as is Elmer Jordan of Sand Street, ovis of Rock Hatl, § . 2? In Gorgeous Designs ; «
0, detemtined ney or oe Arik eaha Spzightstown. will be conducted m. Sas is af tox k wi Die At Election Day early from 6, | {i iorgeous Designs at ..... $4.30 per Yd.
: ‘ ; e This matter formed part of the today at District “A” Police Courts Migtration th the antite. wit ‘ \ NYLON NINON
gether and fought fo; these subject of a petition by the before Coroner Mr. G. B. Griffith. Adrninistration to the estate with IN GRENADA Wk i ) 0 SS | { White only at 9 &
things. c : y > ; a j Will annexed of James Arneph« ATHERHEAD'S AK | (\( y a. isavenes $2.59 per Yd.
We “want in Superintendents to the Governcr Jordan died at the General oct “lite of New York. US UME AY yt) ee on , a
is, + one en, Deeps a dotne Aveults “aap Hospital early Tuesday morning. 2 ert rent, OSA. Ses ing y' » in . ‘ M * , ¢ itte . spite > . ale NED: Here Wi ¢ ate or é 5 / J > Slew «
unity and know that when you , Superintendents S. E. White oi He was admitted to the Hospital Gf Spooners Hill, St. Michael, quiet on election day in Grenada Caley's Crackers and Batcher's | } In White, Pink, Sky at coco $2.80 per Yd.
support the Labour Party, you Seventh-Day Adventists and Wal- on November 9 after he was in- Attorney of Gordon Pilgrim f the elections were very uneventful Harlequin with Toys, Etc, at 1)')
are not doing anything for Mr. te" Tiesel of the Church of God, volved in an accident along Sand New york, U.S.A, for Letters of and the results were not surprising 3/6, 4/6, 5/-, 6/6, 6/-, 6/6, 7/6, SS | | _—_——
f {

told the “Advocate” yesterday thet Street with the motor car L-—132,
the Bishop who had taken up the ¢riven by Mrs. C. Birch of

yourselves and your children.” matter with his clergy, had given Paynes Bay, St. James. | also granted. n the week for the Oils and Fats
Could they imagine, he said, th © . grouy’ the assurance of 7 2 | Two other petitions were grant- Conference which opened at Hast-

what would happen if the Bar- his co-operation, and had said that = Ore inch and 33 parts of rain eq) One was the petition of Ber- ings House on Wednesday.

bados Labour Party and the the clergy had also assured him fell at Sneiehtstown up to Thurs- tha B, Best of Seclusion Road, + “I am very hopeful and optimis-

Barbados Workers Union disap- ‘hat they would work towards dev »isht this week, sccording to Black Rock, St. Michael, spinster, tic now that the elections are over

ight? solving the problem. rainfall reeords at District “E” for Letters of Administration to and that Mr. Gairy has been elect-
peared overnight? They would The sugaintendenta RURRERURERG SpAlion statinn. or o ation to ri wairy has been elec

Administration to the estate of said Hon, J, B, Renwick.
Cecelia Pilgrim late of U.S.A. wa Mr. Renwick arrived here earlier

Adams or for me or the other

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he Church of God, the Seventa- — “Ap ated { ; +e : ae inds at 16c. ea,
to an employer and talk anything ! # , ; Best, late of Seclusion Road. ause the responsible positio 4 - Cae
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eet to treat them as hu- Church the Fandamental Baptist Court of Appeal yesterday con- pe ane Fs of Wane of = pba a ate sheusnt desira Balls, Bella Birds Pe «
man beings. - ' ‘ . Stated f M . c. L, father Nar es 4 i hams, ate ble had not been done was no! Prices from 18". to 3/. «

Many of them were too young Weuae Pentecostal Assemblies of a iidivet tisteen “A! Poliee Mag. ©f Waldron Village, Christ Church. the result of neglect, but due t TINSEL ICICLES 1/9 box of WS -= =
to realise the seriousness of his rd istrate, who fined Alva Hall of Mr. W, Farmer instructed by very great difficulties that car 12, §
statements, but they could ask - Lightfoot Lane, St. Michael, £3 Hutchinson & Banfield appear it be easily surmounted, M\ Little Brass Bell 3c., 4c, 7 )
their parents and their grand- for exceeding the speed limit fr, the petitioner. ‘ et psn Rye Pha ik Ho Bg GL SALLOOND 9: Hinds »
parents what it was like and how CYCLE RIDDEN iar ariy a AZ tne eae as The following wills were ad- “cod tourist season now that ever: | > Prices from Sc. to 12¢ S KLVERY Cup
the Labour Party had come and WITHOUT LIGHT Baitaie. aaa: . mitted to probate:— Alva Frances ‘hing has settled down to norma |W Also ) 4 “
was changing it. gb ganar 9A against Mr. Wal- Putz now Linley, of Christ Chure he s< and added: “there 4) « ae & Green Cord. SS

” a é a é § . . . is « ms ‘Nem- prospects ae . , ( ags fie. Pe ( . ,

to Pee faaie ee ee A fine of 15/- and 1/- costs to wyn’s decision and was further pany’, ot gto oe a aa a kg " reasonably fi « tans bas ne 4 SS Ss A DDED
them hut they Sankt only make on paid in seven days or seven ordered to pay appeal costs which ’ a : ; KC Mistletoe Strips ihe. ea SS

at hele x ays’ imprisonment. was imposed unmounted to 9/8. The fine is to Stolly Spray 5 ( “my Asn
Senet aoe when they had on Cyril Allder. He was found fy» paid by instalments or twe al 2 SA “MAS OARDA oN STRENGTH

Speaking for himself, he was guilty by Mr. G. B. Griffith of moviths imprisonment with hard et a le! a \ Local Viows 1gc. ea SW
one of those people who was ag a bicyele without a lighted labour. a a vo (8 kimi’ \W CAL-C-TOSE, the Dellel ad Mali fi { drink

ver happier than when helping J2™p on October 16, about 12.12 Cpl. Jones told the court tha | S\ XMAS CARDS LI» BOXES 0 eeeme® » the Delicious Cocos and Mali Havoured drink,
the boogie 8 reach where ad a.m. The case was brought by he was on duty along Baxter: a” FOR BEST RESULTS a 5 cards & envelopes in a box SS upplements the intake of the regular diet with nu.ritionally
had reached. Nothing would Cpl. Watson who is attached to Road with Police Constable Lash- a USE an as “an ar tings) & ee eee ~— : ate ee plus cores. hak yp

4 K \ 7 ae fs ice 36c. per box ad Iron. excellent for ciildren who dislike milk an
please him more than to give a the Black Rock Station. ley on July 24 when he saw Hall] @ _ 5 r < ae ‘ or On ho u milk
hand in helping their children driving the motor van M—9579 a PURINA CHOWS a e SS iad wasted ee, for the to achieve any distinction he|~ ~——SC~CS~™SCOYY:sWhich appegsed to be driven at| @ a ST: REE REPS
might have achieved because he MONDAY’S ASSIZE a fast rate, a IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS BS > N\
rd been bles to. £0.10" the pany He cick, upon the spect snd | yy B,, | SBRUCE WEATHERHEAD ae
University. That was why he found that the van was being H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—Distribut BB: vm 4 4 SS a
was in politics. He had a strong No. 37 — Rex vs. Therold driven at over 37 miles per hour. 5, . ” istributors a yy iT) K Spe
conviction as to what a human Stanton | The speed limit on that road for} ga a” . Bis AUD, « NIGHT DRUG STORES
being should be. vehicles of that type is 15 miles wu * “Ss SS : w 4
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.











PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE
PARISH OF 5ST. PETER
Applications for the post of Head Nurse



Doctor at the Almshouse on -

BARBADOS

PUBLIC SALES



REAL ESTATE

es











The char for announcements of for the Almshouse will be received by

Births, inane, Deaths, Acknowl- FOR S the P.M.O. (Dr. Reader) at his residence DEBENTURES—4% Debentures, Mar-

cagements, amd *'n Memoriam notices is | Mintcoum week a cents and; ‘Roseville, St. Peter, up to Tuesday Nov.| ine Hotel (1943) Ltd. Purther

$1 30 on weekdays and $1.80 on Sundays | 96 cents Sutdays 24 werds — over 94) 27th, 1951 lers, apply Wm. Fogarty (B’dos.) Ltd

for any number of words up to 50, aod) words 3 cents a word 4 cents a| Applicants will be interviewer by the 16.11.51—t.f.n.

» cents per ‘word on week-days and | wort on Sundays; th . mavens

4 cents per w6td en Sundays for each Zist & 28th tween the hours o and HOUSE—One practically new 1

additional wor AUTOMOTIVE p.m ond shingle house 20 x 11 front house

Applications must be accompanied by a shed 20 x 11 kitchen 8 x 7 pailing W.C.

DIED CAR: Sec cosamatiale Situate at Spooners Hill. Reasonable

STRAKER 6 November 16, 1951,/4,000 miles. Owner driven Excellent ‘oc terms. Apply HAROLD PROVERBS &

“Moude, Her funeral leaves her late| condition. Owner leaving island, Price} , Applicants will be maceats etamined'l CO., UTD. 17.11.51—2n |

residence, Culloden Road, at 4.30 this | $2,000. Telephone 5004 by the P. . at the interviews o! . _—

afternoon for the Westbury Cemetery. 17.11.51—3n

Friends are asked to







Zist and 28th
For further particulars apply to the

Clerk of the Poor Law Guardians at the

The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public competition at their office, No: 17,

Ernest Branch { +, Charles} CAR Austin A-40 Devon. As new ; office | High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
and Crispin Straker . ‘Lionel | Mileage 8,000 miles, Apply L.A. Deane,| Parochial Treasurer's Office during office) sii) Go "Ge' November, i981, at 2 Bim
Murray (friend). Customs 2519 or Spooners Hill, a . G. 8. CORBIN 32 PERCHES of land situate at Wilson

oat 2 Clerk of Poor Law Guardians, | Hill, St- John, with the stone and timber
THANKS sone only St. Peter suaupree thereon, called “MAN-
CAR: Austin ‘ 4 . \f

" 10,008 miles, Apply: General Engineering | 34 !!.5!—Sn The house contains Verandah,

GELE ANA, uy aly gad Me | Sos Spe Baree Binseetrs | | ie Scatan Sarge Dreeine
through this medium to thank all who san Sih Gaia Bee NOTICE : rconing water & each, Mitchen, toliet
cont wreaths and Yeilers of esaetenes |. Go, gee (2) A-40 Car in perfect con. PARISH OF ST PRTER na bath, and Electricity installed
or sympathiced with them im their ior. (12,000 miles). New Battery and All persons are warned that their Taxes inspection on application to Mr. Perei-

15.11 51—3n

recent bereavement, through the pats-











eent bereavement concerning the $2,600.00—Courtesy Garage, Dial 4616.

and = sister

sng sway of their dear mother Alice | CAR ord Prefect 11,000 miles. Condi-
MeCieun who tived to the ripe age °F tion perfect, owner leaving. Apply H. P
eal te Harris & Co., Phone 4045
ner 3 5
RLLIS: We the undersigned beg to re- aes eee
torn tbanks to oft those who attended CHEVROLET CAR: Covered just over
sent wreaths, cards, letters or in any
way s¥mpathised with us in our re- in really good condition. A good buy at



e miles New Tyres and battery and







Hillman Minx, New. Feb : Certificate and not more than

due to the above Parish must be paid by
the Zth November,
G. 8 CORBIN
Parochial Treasurer
17.11.51 '

on

NOTICE
TO MY CISTOMETRS
I, the undersigned beg to notify my
customers wnat 4 wise De gong OF wullaay



death of our daughter 15.11.51—6n | as from 17.11.51, and my business will be

Boulah Ellis who fell asleep on lth closed, Customers are advised to call for
so, moventber. 954 : CAR- Rover 16 H.P. Perfect candition| work, as I will not hold myself responsi-
Mc. and Mrs Arthur Sitin (See bert - througbout 24,000 miles only. Not driven} ble for any work in my possession after
Father) Bunild A, er? nel, ver 80 M.P.H. Treated as only child} this date s oe
Sisters), Zendorph (Brot wee ie Must be seen and driven to be appre- RUBY INNISS

17.11.51—1n ciated. Apply: Courtesy Garage uit 17.11. 5)—1In
pedigree trial and full particulars.
IN MEMORIAM Price $2,880. 6.11.51—t.f.n, ANTED

NOAKE: In loving memory of my dear ELECTRICAL pilininsathidll






son Tevine Noake who departed on
November 13, 1950,
God saw the read was too rough,



HEDGE TRIMMER:

ated with 17” blade. Courtesy Garage,















Electrically oper











HELP











The hills “were too steep to.climb.! nial 4616 13.11.51_6n | NURSE—Capable and efficient Nurse

So He gently close his weary eyes-— ‘ for young baby. Only those with the

And whispered peace be thine. best of references need apply. Apply:

Olga Noske +Mother), Hetherine Noake POULTRY “The Banyans”, Bty St.

‘Grand Mother) Wyther Noake (Sister), ~ aes 15, 1151—t.fn
Joyee Noake (Cousin), Irvin Noake POULTRY: Doz. Newhampshire lay- —

(Uncle), Candace Bostic, Marie Walters] ing Pullets 8 months old. Apply to Price] THEATRE MANAGER—A_ full time

(Aunts? 17.11.51—1n}] Denny, Bridge Gap, Black Rock Managet for the PLAZA THEATRE—

17.11 51—1n | Barbarees. Apply by letter and in person

GOVERNMENT NOTICES seaomeee 7 ai the office of Sree aah ees bce

AL LTD., “The nyans” ay etreet,

MECHANIC between the hours of 9 a.m ae noon,

: Second. , on or before November 20th e sue-

i i 4 pal one + mons eget cessful applicant must take up his duties

In accordance with section 11 “s ob by January 4th. All applications treated














of the Representation of the Peo-
ple (Miscellaneous Provisions)
Act, 1951, notice is hereby giver
that the Governor-in-Executive
Committee has, this 8th day of
November, 1951, issued the Writs
for a General Election of mem-
bers for the General Assembly 0!
this Island and that the day fix-
ed for the nomination of candi-
dates is Thursday, the 22nd day of
November;-1951. ‘ ;

R. N. TURNER,

Colonial Secretary.

8th November, 1951.

NOTICE

BICYCLES: A good supply of Hercules
with and without three-speed at unbeat-
able Cash prices. Dial 4391—Courtesy
Garage. 16.11.51-—Hn
———

MANURE SPREADERS; Just arrived,
the famous Massey-Harris Spreaders. Ex-
colent for applying Megasse and filter-
press mud or pen manure. On display at
COURTESY GARAGE—Dial 4616.

- 15.11.51—6n





REGISTERING MACHINES—for count-
ing and checking up to 9,999 and can be
zeroed for re-use. Courtesy Garage. Dial
4616. 15,11,51—3n

MISCELLANEOUS
—————
HOT SHIRTS. Gentlemen! Just visit
THANI Bros. for that Hot Shirt you're











in strict confidence 4.11.51—1n.

MISCELLANEOUS

ee

BOTTLES—Clean empty nip botties at
480. per dozen—deliver Colonnade Stores,
White Park Road. 11.11,.61—t.f.n.

MACHINES—Old Sewing Machines out
of order. Apply V. Vaughn Pairchild
St. or King's St. 10.11, 51—7n.







GOVERNMENT NOTICES

——
VACANT POST OF MATRON, MATERNITY HOSPITAL,
BARBADOS, B.W.1.

val Lyte Dial 4614
For further particulars and conditions

of sale, apply to:-—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.

E.O.D 44.11. 51—9n
—

I have been asked to offer for sale the
following smail properties at reasonable
prices

At Deacons Road the house called “The
Crotons” with % acre of land with a wide
frontage. House has drawing and dining
rooms, 3 bedrooms ete

At Black Rock, small bungalow called
“The Nook”

At Codrington Hill small stone house
with 7,000 sq feet of land

At Codrington Hill another smali bun-
wolow called “Cynthia” with about 5,060
sq feet of land,

At Lower Spooners Hilt another bunga-
low with, ‘e sere of land.

D'ARCY «,. SCOTT,
Auctioneer Magazine Lane
17,11,51—2n



Dear Friends; Why not come in and
see my listings? whieh includes o
wide assortment of properties. Make
1 safe investment of your winnings
from: the rates.

() Property with shop in Tweedside
Road. (2) Property in Prince-of-
Wales Road, with water and light.
(3) Property: Marshville, along
Bank Hall main road; all modern
conveniences. 4) One wooden
Bungalow, 22 x 16 with giass
windows, side verandah, sun-shades,
drawing room, bedroom with bul.t



in kitchenettes, built 18 months ago.
A-1 condition located in St. Lucy
especially recommended as a ba
house. And several other proper-

ties: and small houses, all priced
reasonably to sell, (5) 1 house
spot, 7,812 sq, Ft. at 18. wito
water on land, along Ivy main road,
Just call at:—Ebony Realty &
| Commission Agency, Marhill Street, Dial
5001, 17,11.51—-2n.







Applications are invited for the post of Matron, Maternity Hospital,
Barbados, B.W.I. which will become vacant on March 7th, 1952,

Application are invited for the
post of Joint Secretary to the fol-
lowing

Sugar Production & Export Con-
trol Board

Fancy Molasses Control & Mar-
keting Board

Sugar Industry Capital Rehab-
iitation Reserve Board

Sugar Industry Price Stabiliza-
‘on Reserve Board.

The salary of the post will de-
pend on qualifications, but will no!
noe less than £500 per annum nor
more than £700 per annum, Th:

ost is non-pensionable and ter
minable at one month’s notice on









ing Glasses, Cruet Sets and a host of

popular
to 10”. Price 9 cents to 28 cents each
Visit KIRPALANI, 52 Swan Street.



look ' i - ; ;

able, qualities ‘Dial 3460. en The post is on Agreement for three years in the first instance
and is renewable, ‘ :

Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifications

and experience;—

15.11,51—4n
—

INDIAN SANDALS: Beautiful and
Colourful Indian Leather Sandals from



India. They are so uncommon and lovely (a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom.
Ven Sa eee bake ag a (b) Certificate of the Central Midwives Board of England and

Wales,

Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, pre-
ferably in an acceptable institution.

(d) Some administrative experience required, not necessarily in

a purely administrative post.

The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $2,160 per annum
with a deduction of 5% for rent of furnished quarters, an allowance
towards rations of 60 cents per day is payable, uniforms are supplied
and electric light, telephone and water rates are free.



& SAUCERS, Drink- (ec)
other benutiful lines for use or gifts
are available at THANI Bros., Dial 3466
15.11.51—4n
_———
SWEDISH ZIP FASTENERS—In all
colours. Sizes from 4

17.11 51—In










either side.

Applications stating age, educa-
tional qualifications and_experi-
ence, together with COPI o'
testimonials should be addressed tc
the Director of Agriculture
Queen’s Park, and will be accepted
up to Saturday, the 24th day of
November, 1951.

13,11.51—4n,

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER,
WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT

Applications are invited for ths
post of wlectrical Engineer, Water-
works Department, Barbados,

2. Tne post is permanent ana



USED BOTTLING EQUIPMENT, com
orising, Liquid 4—wide Universal Bottle
Washer; Dixie Model “F" One-man
Hook-up Automatic Filler-Crowner 5 h.p
Instantaneous Cooler; One Lynn Filter
Wilson & Cousins Carbonator, and Twe
Enamel-lined Syrup tanks, S, M.
JALEEL — Phone 2331, San Fernando,
13,11,51—6n



FOK RENT
HOUSES

FURNISHED ROOM, on the sea-side,
Worthing Phone 8401. 17.11.51—2n

GIBRALTAR, Cattle Wash,
nonths of January, February and June











for the





Passages (not exceeding $1,440 W.I.) are provided on appoint-
ment and on completion of Agreement in. accordance with conditions
embodied ih the Form of Agreement.

Government contributes to the Superannuation Scheme for Nurses,

The Maternity Hospital is one of twenty beds with a materna
welfare clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital for students
and twenty are trained annually, It is served by a Visiting Obstetri-
cian, three graduate nurse-midwives and the usual subordinate staff.

The Matron is responsible to the Director of Medical Services for
the overall administration of the Hospital and the training of th:
student midwives.

Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Bar-
bados, B.W.I. so as to reach his office not later than Pesembes iy as

10. in.

ASSISTANT MISTRESS (GRADUATE), GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL,
ST. VINCENT

pensionable with, emoluments a.f 952. Apply: Mrs, E. H. Farmer, An- licati are invited for the post of an Assistant Mistross

«ne rate of $3,456 x 144—4,320 pei} irews Plantation, or Dial 95-267 (Greteote). tar" ‘the Girls’ High School, St. Vincent, B.W.I.

canum ($1 B.W.l. = 4/2), A non- ST tna The graduate qualifications preferred should include Geography

;cnsionable appointment may be! “LoRETTO, sth Avenue, Pine Road.| or French, with subsidiary Mathematics or Biology.

‘nade, if preferred, on agreement] Belleville, preferably furnished, living The salary of the post, which is pensionable, is $1,032, rising by
oom, 2 bedrooms, running water






















ior a period of three years.

4. Pasgige@t expenses for the
officer and “family up to a maxi-
coum of 1400 (B.W.1.) will be
peyable Ga divst appointment,

4. Theewppointment, which wil)
be subject to medical fitness, wil
be on p8ebation for a period oi
two years and the point of entry
in the salary seale will be deter-

throughout, Gas and electricity, Garage
nd servants’ room. For further particu-
‘ars, Dial 2244. 17115130
ROOSEVELT, Maxwell Const Road
fully furnished inchiding Frigidaire and
Telephene, Phone 2224.
15.11.51

TOBRUK, Cattlewash, Bathsheba—For
December 1951, and for February, March,
May, June 1962, Phone 95244 7 95261

3.11.51-2n



~t.f.n







mined on. thé basis of experience
and — qualifications, Travelling
allowances wall be payable in ANNOUNCEMENTS

accordanc® With local Govern-
ment rates,

§. The Koider should be a Cor-
porate MeniBer of the Institute
of Electrieal*Engineers, London
or should held equivalent qualifi-
cations aid must have five years
experience of power electrical
neering since qualifying.
The offieer will be required
to take eharge of all electrical
installations under the Chief En-
gineer, Waterworks Department

7. Applications giving details
of qualifications and experience
with copies of testimonials, shoulé
be submitted to the Colonial Sec-
retary, Bridgetown, Barbados, no!
iater than the 8th December, 1951.





MESH—2 Rolls Man-Proof Fencing 2°
Mesh 8 ft high, Approximately 300 ft.
Ring 8666. 14.11. 51-3

GOVE

STATEMENT SHOWING
PER TON IN RESPECT
PAYMENTS MADE



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6

Produe
















annual increments of $72 to $1,440 per annum,

A temporary cost-of-living bonus is payable at the usual rat
granted to Civil Servants. : ;

The candidate selected may be appointed at any point in th.
scale according to qualifications and experience.

The appointment will be probationary in the first instance, an
the appointee may be confirmed in the permanent, pensionable pos
after one year’s satisfactory Service.

The Girls’ High School is under the control of the Governmen
of St. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civi)
Servants.

Free passage to St. Vincent to take up appointment is provided

Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age anc
experience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should he
sent to the Education Officer, Department of Education, St. Vincent.
not later than 15th Decemter, 1951,

17.11,51—3n



RNMENT NOTICE

AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE

OF SPECIAL PREFERENCE AND MOLASSES CESS

TO SUGAR AND FANCY MOLASSES PRO-
DUCERS IN 1951



Producers of fancy
molasses
ED











ers of Sugar

Amount payable per ton











SS Parish Factory or we Factory or Molasses
WANTED BUY Plantation Special | Molasses Plantation Com
STAMPS STAMPS eee | ae soso
ie Py < ; c.
eee St. Michael Lower Estate 37.00 6.98 43.98 | Belle 8.66
CARIBBEAN STAMP Warrens 34.50 6.53 41.03
le th ten Christ Chureh .. |Searles 34.25 6.45 40.70 [tere Pilgrim 1.30
. 10, Swan Street. me ,
16.11.91—4n Goodland $31
Newton 8.31
i Ss Spencers 7.76
Note New Address:— : ‘ Fair View 8.02
BEARD & GREIG } St. George .. | Bulkeley 35.75 6.78 42.53 air View .
Prince William Henry Street St. John .. Colleton* 25.25 on 25.25 |Cliff 7.81
(Over Lashley’s) Guinea .. 33.25 6.29 39.54 olleton 7.31
hone 4683 Lemon Arbor 31.25 5.90 37.15 [Kendal .. 8.02
Can we sell your house or Pool .% 30.00 5.69 35.69 | Moncrieffe 7.50
property? — Pool! 7.67
We have a quantity of en-
quiries from: England, U.S.A. }}}|St. Joseph Andrews 31.00 5.88 36.88 |Andrewst 7.67
and Canaé 4. Joes River 28.25 5.33 33.58
Consult R. Wils:n on the }}
question of buying or dispos- }{/|St. Philip ..) Carrington 36.25 6.84 43.09 |Harrow .. 8.14
ing of any type of house, ? Edgecumbe 37.25 7.04 44.29
shop or-factory. : Foursquare 37.25 7.04 44.29
+ ; Oldbury .. 37.25 7.04 44.29
== S > Three Houses 36.50 6.89 43.39
aT St, Thomas Applewhaites 35.00 6.60 41.60 |Sandy Lanet 8.70
ATTENTION ! Vaucluse 35.00 6.59 41.59
ATTENTION ! Ist. James Porters 35.50 6.72 42.2
inl Sandy Lane 32.75 6.19 38.94
REAL ESTATE St. Lucy . | Fairfield 34.75 6.58 41.33
if you.are interested in sell- ® [rerrne: Hallt 7 os a
ing o. buying real estate of }}) jst 5 ayman 32.75 5 38.95
i any des@ription you should a aaymans 5 head me
if gee . DARCY A. SCOTT, St. Andrew .. | Bruce Vale 30.00 5.68 35.68 Bruce Vatet 7.84
) Real Estate Agent Haggatts 31.25 5.91 37.16
? of Magazine Lane. Swans 30.50 6.75 36.25

14.11,51—3n.

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Muscovado Plontation





t Vacuum Pan Factory
14.11,51,—+2n,

ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT

eee

NOTICES
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GENERAL ELECTIONS

REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE (MISCELLANEOUS
PROVISIONS) ACT, 1951

During the Election period it is an offence —
For the purpose of affecting the retern 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 meeting with the object of preventing
the business of the meeting;

(c) To hire, use or play in any band of music at a meeting!
or in a procession:

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

Ov Polling Day :— f

(a) No intoxicating liqudr may be sold or given away on
licenced prermises or at 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 affeeting the return of any candidate —

(i) No person may supply, o:
or flags on any car;

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This office is named “Welches Road Post Office,”

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Shorthand-Typing course, to be held at Combermere School,
commencing in January 1952.
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hand-Typing course. Applications will only be considered
from those who hold a Pitman’s Theory Certificate or it
equivalent in Shorthand, and an L.C.C. Elementary Certifi-
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one in English, each of one hour’s duration will be given
between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p,m. on Tuesdays, Wednes-
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' WI. Tourists

Then Lose Three —

Wickets

For 38

(From HAROLD DALE)

SYDNEY, Nov. 16.

GODDARD WON THE TOSS and put New South

Wales in. This was such a
east commentators gave out

n unthinkable act that broad-
naturally that he had lost the

toss and New South Wales had chosen to bat

Why did he do this? Official reason is that the wicket
was Slightly green and he thought to spare his batsmen
from facing Lindwall on such a surface.

Now I will go on record with -
my completely uncfcial opinion
and point out that gates are o!
first-class importance to the West
Indies with so short a tour and
£40,000 required.

Had the West Indies batted
today before the 9,000 crowd,
Saturday’s gate with no Rama-
dhin to watch would have been
meagre.

However with Worrell and Wal-
cott batting it might well be
40,000—and as it happens both
Worrell and Walcott will be pa‘-
ting. True — wickets fell with
such frequency—three for four
—five for 51—that Goddard's plan
—alwhys supposing he had such
n plan—was nearly foiled.

Jones and Gomez swept
through the opening batsmen but
21-year-old Ray Flockton prop-
ped up the innings with 85 scored
in part off numerous fulJtosse
ind long hops that came |}
way just when he needed them

No doubt the islanders would
have preferred Marshall and
Rae to stay longer but in
general they showed encouraging
mastery of the strongest state
team in Australia.

Now the star batsmen have
got to show that they really are

star batsmen. The wicket is fast
and the outfield like a_ billiard
table.

The stage is set—we must
hope the actors have learned
their parts.

SCORE BOARD

New South Wales — First Innings
8. Barnes~c Walcott b Jones 0
A. Morris c Worrell b Gomez 4
K. Miller ec Gomez »b Jones 30
J. Moroney c Goddard b Gomez 0
J. Burke run out ap
J. De Courcey run out ‘ 16
R. Lindwall c Worrell b Valentine 20
R. Flockton c Walcott b Jones 85
R, Benaud Lb.w. Worrell aa
A. Walker c Ferguson b Gomez 2
G. Trueman not out

Extras b. 3, Lb. 2 5
Total . 239
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M R w
Jones 17 3 87 3
Gomez 134 0 50 3
Valentine i4 1 74 1
Ferguson 4 0 30 0
Worrell 3 0 14 1
West Indies — First Innings
Marshall |.b.w. Lindwall 1
Rae c Moroney b Miller 10
Worrell not out 22
Rickards b Barnes 3
Extras 2
Total for 3 wickets . 38



CRICKET AT THE POOL

The following players will re-
present the Commonwealth
Sports Club in a cricket match
against Hadleigh’s XI at Pool, St.
John on Sunday, There will be
two prizes given at the end of
the match, One will be given to
the bowler who takes the most

wickets and the batsman who
top scores. Play begins at 12
o'clock,

The teams are: — Common-
wealth Sports Club: J, Graham
(Capt.) E. Burton, J. Lord, C
Clarke, C. Lewis, O. Cox, D.

Agard, E, Elcock, H. Walcott, St.
Cc. Blackman and C. Downes. K.
Carter is twelfth man.
Hadleigh’s XI are: E. W. Cave
(Capt.) C. Rayside, F. Sealy. G
Sealy, C. Small, A. Mason, ii.
Cook, R, Walcott, M. Husbands,
M. Brewster and O. Estwick

“O.T.C.”” DIES AT
CASTLE GRANT

There passed away yesterday at
Castle Grant Estate one of the
greatest sires in the history of the
West Indian turf when the stallior.
O.T.C. had to be destroyed, By
Obliterate out of Telephone Call,
O.T.C. arrived in the West Indies
as a gift from the late Lord
Woolavington to the Barbado
Turf Club and when he died yes-
terday he had been at stud in this
island for 17 years.

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W.1. Opened
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(From FRANK MARGAN)

: . SYDNEY, Nov. 17.

New South Wales battinng was
not alone in suffering collapse dur-
ing the match versus the West In-
dies at Sydney cricket ground on
Friday. The West Indies had an-
other draw from their bag of sur-
prises to have a powerful batting

side with seven down for only 96
The f



run first three overs saw
the departure of three of Aus-
tralia’s top batsmen, Test player
Morris and ex-Test players Sid
Barnes and Jack Moroney

Rie other collapse came when
the

Vest Indian Journalist cover-
ing the tour, arrived at the ground
a little late, inquired the score and
was told three wickets for four
runs Consternation was written
all over the face of the writer who
weakly inquired: “Who are out,
Rae, Marshall, Worrell?” The writ-

er was still vigorously fanning
himself, after being reassured it
was the N.S.W. team suffering

the debacle, not his countrymen .

Sensational

If the West Indies continue to
figure in these sensation matches
such as they did in the First Test
and in Friday’s game, world
cricket, particularly the Australian
game, will benefit immensely.

Accurate hostile bowling with all
the fieldsmen on their toes crum-
bled the N.S.W. batting side on
Friday as it has not been crumbled
n the last decade. The West In-
dies effort was more meritorious,
realising the N.S.W. team was al-
most of Australian Test side
strength.

Young Bradman ?

A brilliant innings by 21-year-
old Ray Flockton gaining 85 runs,
pulled the game out of the fire for
the local team and resulted in
Flockton being hailed as an up and
coming Bradman. He was playing
only the second game in a State
side now freely tipped to crash
into an Aussie Test side. It ex-
cited a week-day crowd of 6,000
on Friday who saw 13 wickets fall
in a day’s play as the West Indies
lost three wickets for 38 runs in

reply to the N.S.W. final score
of 239,

The world-famous Aussie bar-
rackers—renowned for upsetting

visiting tearns with cat-calls and
acid comment, shouted at the
players—intrigued by the West In-
dies’ fast bowler Prior Jones, Bur-
ly Jones got roars of laughter, fol-
lowing the delivery of each ball
which beat the batsmen.

Jones showed excitement by
turning his side to the batsman at
the end of his delivery, taking a
sharp kick in the atmosphere in
the direction of mid-off, like some-
one making a soccer shoot at the
goal,

The West Indies often roused the
ire of the same barrackers through
the practice of returning the ball
to the wicket-keeper in an ex-
tremely leisurely manner, unless
there was a chance of being run
out when the ball flies back like
a cannon shot.

Not Upset

Such good-humoured barrack-
ing is failing to upset the tourists,
however, The tourists must be the
most good-humoured colourful
team, ever to visit Australia with
the possible exception of Lala Ar-
manath’s Indian team—the com-
plete turbanned players-magicians
that toured Australian in 1947-48.

Pakistan 205—3
Against England

LAHORE, Pakistan, Nov.







16.








Bowl Out N.S.W. For 239

The Intercolonial Rifle Meeting

By Capt. ROBERT JOHN-
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(CHIEF RANGE OFFICER)

When the visiting teams from
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at very Another factor which at times
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ning scores was good, and it is fraction In the we ison the
encouraging to note that both the
500 yds. and 600 yds. events (7 -~
rounds) were won with possible. iss
In events Nos. 1 and 2, 200 yds. ,~ a
and 300 yds. respectively, the td
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den’s score of 95 in the N.R.A. Sot VENIRS |
Silver Medal included a possible P CURIOS ANTIQUES, }
at 300 yds.; this is a 10 round JEWELS, CARVINGS
shoot at 300 and 600, therefore, EMBROIDERIES, Ete.
his average per range of 47.5 x 50]

was a creditable

ance,

very

Elton Crooks of Trinidad main-
tained his excellent 1950 Bisley
form by winning the centenary
Aggregate, the Grand Aggregate
and the “All Comers”. He proved
to be the most outstanding shot
Jt the Meeting.

Tribute must also be paid to
G. E. Pilgrim of Barbados, This
was his first Intercolonial Meet-
ing, and so well did he shoot
that he was placed second in
both the Grand and Centenary

Aggregates, the acid tests of
good steady shooting, Pilgrim
has the right temperament and
other essential qualities that go
to make a good marksman. If
his interest is maintained he
will be an acquisition to future

West Indies teams.

Other promising newcomers
were C, Lasalle, V. O'Neil and
W. Manson Hing all of Trinidad
Lasalle’s possible at 500 yds. was
a brilliant effort; he showed con-
sistency by placing 4th in the
Grand Aggregate and 3rd in the
Centenary Aggregate “X” Class,
despite his being classified as an
“M” class shot. Manson Hing and
O'Neil were placed Ist at 600 yds.
and second at 200 yds. respec-
tively. It is hoped that they will
maintain their interest. Both
Lasalle and O’Neil are small bore
enthusiasts who only recently
took to the open range, which
goes to prove the value of the
miniature range as a _ training
ground.

In “M” Class, Cadet A. Willi-
ams (Trinidad) and M, Tucker
of Barbados shot brilliantly.
Tucker and Williams had scores
in the Centenary Aggregate
that were better than most of
the experts; they show great
promise, particularly Williams
who is still at Queen's Royal
College. Mr. Tucker accom-
panied the Barbados team at
his own expense, showing a
ceenness that wii! surely reap it
just reward in time. Capt. J.
Serrette also did well in “M”
and his improvement in recent
months is encouraging.

The Ancnvur Cup, presented by
the West Indian Tobacco Co., in
1928, is considered by all rifle-
men to be the Blue Riband of
rifle shooting in these Colonies
Trinidad has won it 8 times,
British Guiana 5 times and Bar-
bados 4 times.

I had hoped for a very close
finish with each Colony putting
up a high score. I must confes:
a great disappointment when
saw Trinidad pulling away from
the visitors by large margins
The final totals were—Trinidac
822, an average of 137 per man
Barbados 784, an average of 130.
per man; and British Guiana 77
an average of 129.6 per mar
jit was a good shoot by Trinidad

a letate i ; ; with §
‘ Pakistan needed 50 runs with qind they deserve their victory
seven wickets to fall to lead 4g. Crooks of Trinidad by puttin
England on first innings at the up the top score 140 won th«
halfw ay stage in the four-day un-!\Wogarth Cup, thus maintainin
official cricket Test here Friday. iis excellent record throughout
At the close of the second day’s je meeting. The final scores do
play Pakistan had scored 205 ict, to my mind, indicate th:
for three wickets in answer togrue differences in the qualities of
England’s 254. Pakistan batsmen he three teams.
defending stubbornly against ac-
curate bowling, hit 198 runs in! The Maraval range can be ver;
five hours of cricket Thursday. lisconcerting to visitors, and ou
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OHM MHM %  %  " %  O H. < OMMM AlMlM A-*> !!. %  Twe* DMI lit* %  .... .:•!, ,.-. i MBUbSI %  %  IS MEMORIAM M> VI, I M "Htnnry eil nrr *>i • ,. .Nonlte ••HI departed I N .ember 1.1. I MO i the rood ** %  • too roush. %  .11. wer* loo -teep lo rllnb. %  f.ll] ,.hi. Mry • **•— And hi-peird mcr be thine. Hethenn* rlflabe Il.ri Sonic iSlrtaWl. .ui.. Irvin NoaJt* i. Mjrlf W'altar' IT II ll-tn n.-i.,i l uwiiFf b IV li r .. l-i... . nnvn.Hrr CAH 1% I) SI CAR nv, II H I' Peif-el mndltbu. il.i*i. only iliild Mull DC *- and Jrlven l<> be .wit..alnd Awb Cmtnm llni' For i,fUi|i" tual ""•• <"" particular. I'r... St.*** • II M %  %  EUECTKKA1. MKI-.I nun IrllVIRNMINT NOTICB In ac. Mian.e with section II ..i Ihe lu-pre*.-iitati<>n of the !'.-• .I I,Ml ..-ell.menu* I'rovlsmiL. Ail. ri'il. mitirr bl hereby giv.i inui Ull Governor-in-F.xi 1 -iiti\ thll HIM il; t 01 November, ifii. is.suod the Wrifc fur .i Oeneral Eleeiion of m}m> l>rrs for the General Assembly o this Inland nnd thai Ihc day flxtj tin the nomination of eandl, f,(M'd.i. the 32nd day of November 10ft). R. N. TUHNF.R, Colonial Seeretary. 8th November. IM1 POULTRY MFCIIAMCAL i a.d ...pi-i<.i tin nl threat (peed al un re. Uial Oll-fw GOVERNME.NT NOTICES REAL ESTATE DEUKTUUaV-t'. DhrM^o,.*. MM ne riMil -IMli LI* 1-urUnw partaiUI. apply Wm Pocarrv %  B flo. IU I'll 11 HOUW-Onf prHi>i will tttr foe aale a Tlf*. No: 17. Pmiat (he NOTK I rAKI-N - i ft •"• II paaraaMta an> Mn % % %  MODI II II SI 3n NOTICE %  u m < i % %  i ..-.ii • %  ll, ualmllVb*m liMTUfT * IH'BV tHNaW \%A\II II HELP %  %  Hia* Mr-*. .- *V • Ha %  ltd ins ll,N •* JOho 0.ell,i^n*w IMrnn. MM VANTrhooae ronlaUj Verai-1-n. Dtawlnf ..,.4 Uanlnfl ataMMM. 3 aTaMlraoma *IIh daabM M Mftj Kilrneai. lutlal ind H liHj .i..UILatl %  i %  i Mr IVri i-.l <4I< %  at MISM niTTU i Vli I'll %  %  %  1. II M . GENERAL ELECTIONS Kl I'KI >. N I \lHt\ OF THE I I ni'l.l iMIICELL*.NEOI s PROVISIONS) ACT. 14I \tr\ni the Eleetton pert M( It W an •ffenee — >or the iiuipoae ol affecting the rewirn of any candidate, — -) To i > Nc At Dwaroni Road UW houw :*roton" with '. irrt M UIHI I %  %  inena. 1 bratrorim* r't A( Hlark HorH. amall b.n|akn raUk-d %  bMW ramin* •ith tear, -n iwt of ia>-t piled I l-il *.•*• •bt'OTT III %  / l %  IT II S\ ating ItqtN Ueofko ii i tubs dnniif ttw boon between the opening and cltaMim of the poD, Mil Emplmiifiui-i al imt Natal liian an liotn r %  i ...t i. %  mi) I.i iwlr Bat] i I I M HH pill ,%  %  %  in.' i-luiii ..I .in. i al (t> No p< iii tlag-mi kOJ Ml (U) M public artdrees apparatus in any car: (nil No per No persons may. without sufficient cause, congregate Within 1UU yards of a pell inn station. (v) electors muit obey any order of the presiding officer or cnitnlilc. find if necessaiy. bum a queue. 'vil No person in any public place, polling building of road passing withm loo yards <>t the polling station may attempt I %  rtam '" whom ne is voting. 14.11.51 — In. TlltATlli; MANAOril A full lime UaaagM to n* ft A/A TH*ATlutHarbaieoa Appl\ ^_Jaf*T and "" %  "".L*J "J f CAIIIBrir-AN ieaaf-1 -pplb> Jano-rs i in i*lli t con i :..,M-I.I. SMS MANITKF. M'HRADKHil J i e limmi. Maaaav-Harrla rapi lie.,I for applnna Mea*. HHTKKV OARAOSD11.I aaOan rand Alter n dlapla. II MIS MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE Application are Invitm loi thl post of Joint Secretary to the following Sugar Production ft Export Control lioiird Molasses Control h Mar: luatrj Capttal Rehab%  Hoard %  Price Stabillin%  -iv.B ii ^ The rular ol the post will dcn nd on qualifications, but will no' d rsoo per annum not %  in I'TOfl per annum. Tb %  iomiblc and tei rnonth'a notice oil either si ApDllcatmn* stating age. eduralional qualifications and expert. %  ether with COPIES & :• • ;,nidin.ii'. tnould be addrtssed ii the Director of Ari. uiliirc (Queen's Park and will be .iccepted ;_ S-1urday. the 24th day ol November. 1951. 13.11 51—4n, 1 t I f TRICAL ENC.INH.it. i \ H KHIIRKS DEPARTMENT Had for th trioeJ ftlgttvsanr, Water,1-itiiiviii, liaruaados. | iiu.iiicnt UM ;i i inuHnii'-iits a t *3.4.-iii x 144—4,a-0 |wi ATJ 4 2). A nonppotntiiMnl may bv II l. %  ired. on agrecr ,.. rtod of three years. for smilj op to a maxiI 4Q0 il. .VI i will in ... ... '. appointment. i -.erfniilMienl, which wil ...uaii.iti lot I pegtod II n,l tinpoint of enlr> ; :m .-l-i> M.IC will be deterint expttionei 1 fit)e i( t.ons. Travelling • payable in local GovernINOIAN S. UaaautlfMl . i.n l*.lh : SKI iaM %  I.Tlir> mag and II .1. i.il THAN! Bro. Pr w-n H. IS 11 II '<• rtoAavric tt'rs atAUCtBta. I ui llluati. Ctu-l %  *>• anmModal "1 !" Ona-mai .look-up AutaiiutK nil.iCiunci 1 h f 1n. bol.i equivalent qualm 1 i %  .,, live yeai expel %  i"'"' %  '" bi. i ufy.ng. nfl PI win be required charoe ->i all eleetrical ( h,.l r'n i'iii.-a-i W;itei\v.in i Dei M: delalb ,i fleattDiai .'tiii wpertaBOt i.itb ll>^le ..f ii' '..inoi.i.ils ihOUll ii, | to the Colonial Sceratary, Bridgei^mi. Rarbados. no' later than tb %  lib December. 1951 \NNO|TlWElvfEL\T ParH Road. •M wo* come in and %  al >liK lixl.Hlea %  ti'.rnt ol pnaprrnea Mak* %  -innl.^ibaa n, ra** Pl—nrll (Palll 'hop in Twe-aa.*). HOPHI III Prop.,I, .n Pri.T.-ot Wal^a Read, with water bag BoM 1. Propari* Marabvilka. alons Hank Hall ana In toad, all modarn i-enre >4. On* wooden H.ii.l.ii.w. f> IS with fllaa. -i^ndah. .jn-ahadea %  raXMn, aaealn-am Wllh bul.i in kilcl->.-Mlr-. IMIIII II I%  *• %  Al londllinn h-rateal In St I,.. •apaarlally itixitnrnaaaales %  • a In houM And aanaw-l otrter prop*'Uea: and ai.u.ll hooaei. til uri*-d ..aaonablv to a*ll 'Si I houa^ -p..i. :.BU i II al Ifcw.t" aat*e on land, .ilnnf Ivy n.alii ro*'l J...I call nt -• BeaH CDHIHII-IIHI AstiiK. Mar hill <*lr**t. Dial SOU II It SI—Sn SHIPPING NOTICES GOVERN MENT N OTICES VACANT POST OF MATRON. MATERNITY IIONPITAI.. HARBADOH, B.W.I. EXrClTTVE F.NdlNEER. HIGHWAYS A TrtWHI'ORT IlErARTMENT. BARBADOS. Applications are invited bv the Government of lierbadoa for the post of Executive Engineer. Highways & Transport l>i-j. 2. The not.' %  and carriet salary scale of $3.45(1 x 144 — 94.320 per annum In addition a non-pensiona' ol living allowance ol Slid oci BaTptUMI II % %  into M-ale will be rigtofsnlned bi axagrkmce .nut quail will be requireti %  %  i, • %  .,. () ( his duties and will be eligible (oi tiavelbng aUowaiteg m accl ith local rate-i. He will be liable 10 Widows* and Orphans' c nttibutmns al the i.-ne of I' el jlary. No quarters are p Passage expenses of officer ami faintly not exceeding |1.440 %  Bbla on fli—T appointment S. Appointment will be on probation for two years and to medical nines'. In other n-sirects the appointment will be Wbjecl tn the Colonial He<;iilaturns and the local Civil Son and Instructions. 4. Candidateshould be between the ages of 30 and 40 raai and should possess one of the following qualUlcatioi Corporate Membershio 0( the InsutVtJon <>! Civil Engineers, of a Degree or Diploma exempting from Sections A and R of the Associate Membership Examination of the I of Civil Engineers with at least ten years practical expei iaaea on ami engineering works, preferably in connection with road making. 5. Holder will be required :. take charge of all works on j maintenance and rjnalructi'in of r-ii,'and hridges. i<> make survev take levels and nrepare plans, deaigr ind rslimati i and islble for its propa i execution, lo assisi with the technical, administrative. iM V N /. latMl "KT AIlUAIMT M arha-dIII. a l. Briaban* Orlober i %  i .i Hurt.. I... nnawt IWri""" %  Iroren cirRo ,in.-o on Uafntiajh Blllaol l^ldpn .tit nt Trlnkdad Lreward nnd Wind*., UiantU Por furtha-r BSSl • b|M I WIT1IV . Co Ltd .iiAIi BWI DaCOetTA Co i HARUllKlS a**t m: WISE ADVERTISE The SEX will 1 %  .. nnd -' Kn S-tli.i niasi H The yV "MONKKA" will ... CP. Antlsua. \|. .. %  ,.. ...i and 81 K.lt Dut* o( %  In br i.ollfk-d %  VI \ < 1 TANHI*" P.aaamser ...... ...1 I.. i.l.at Sail|na Friday ISth Inat n IA i -II ..•AM R. ASSOt l\TIl\ In* > > raaa-tr." T*l* \mm v----*-**.*--.'-'.*-'.'-',:;',;*,',; nd disciplinary control >.\ Uaa dca | 6. Applications shoi.ld be to tbg Colonial Secretary. -.Public Buildings. Br*dgjetowii to roach turn not later than noon or ( rni1av. 28th December, li>31 17.11.51— 3n Applications are invited for the ,,ost of Matron. Maternity Hospital. Barbados, U.W.I. which will become vacant on March 7th. 1802. The post is on Agreement for three years in the llrst matanco and is renewable Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifications ami experience:— ^^^__ (a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom. IO-TIAMC %  ,. J fb) Certificate of the Central Mldwives Board ol England ana APPLICATIONS are invited fui a post of Senior Assistant Master Wales. | al xM ^y"* Grammar School in St. Kltts. Colony of the Leeward ui Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, preIslands. The post is pensionable the appointment will be on probaferably In on an ptable institution. I tlon for two years, will he subject lo the passing of a satisfactorv medi(d) Some administrative experience required, not necessarily in | „,, PKam ination and will date from 1-t Januaiy. 1952 The m^tSmmfStTvSim at the rate of 92..W per annum j • !" <*> ' *S*?2T£ XTfT* SL2 with deduction of 5% for rent of furnished quarters, an allowance | •*><"> <"> %  "e applicable to male Secondary School Teachers m U> low.irds rations of 50 cents per day is payable, uniforms are supplier i ••< .nd electric light, telephone and water rates are free. Passages (not exceeding $1,440 W.I.) are provided on appoin*.ment und on completion of Agreement in accordance with conditions embodied ih the Form of Agrv Government contributes to the Superannuation Scheme lor Nurse The Maternity Hospital W one of twenty beds with a matema elfare clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital for student .-.nd twenty are trained annually. It is served by a Visiting Obatetri.lan. three graduate nurse-mid wives and the usual subordinate staff. The Matron Is responsible to the Director of Medical Servires for he overall administration of the Hospital and the training of Ui tiideiit in id wives. Applications should be addressed to tit* Colonial Secretary. Bar %  u w i %  ..• to reaek inOCR* I aof lalai tkan Daaambai 1st IV9I 9.1051—Jin. WANTED TO BIT STAMPS STAMPS All KhirU l STAMPS ,.t the ( ARIBRI AN STAMP SOCIETY No 10. Swan Street. ASSISTANT MISTRESS (GRADl'ATE). GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL ST. VINCENT Applications are invited for the post ol an Aa-sstani Mbir.s. (Graduate) for the OtrU' High School. St. Vincent. B.W.I The graduate qualifications preferred should incluiM Geograpny %  II Pranch, with subsidiary Mathematics or Biology. Tinsalarv of the post, whi.li is pcnsioiuble. ii 51.032. rising b.< %  nnuaJ UwranianU Ol %'i to $1,440 pel annum. A tempotar> ei>.t-nf-bving bortts is payable at DM a grai 'cii b civil Servant ii... .ni.iuiai. saloeted n..-. i-appointed at an> poini in tb ... | ..i.iiiiK tn i|tMlili..itioiis and expenrn.'' The ap..ointment v ill bg pi olKStionary in the first iBf ; the apnotatw ma> ixeoitflnned in lb* pantiatpant, pataawMbta p i after ong y u i i %  Uafael %  lerv ice. The Girls' Hmb Bchool b undai the control of tna aovernmtn ,f SI. VIM. en', and la-ailt. i M itStall po^ess the statil; of Ctvi%  Fiec pgMggg to St Vniirni |o take up appointment U provided Application nflUl details ol education, qiialiileation*. age am gaparianc. copiea ol nol morq Hian Utrae (aatimooiafa d%ould isent In the F-rlmation Ottlci r. I>|>artmeiit of Fdnt-.itioii. St Vincent not lutei than 1Mb Deceinlet. lb.11. 17.11.51—311 Island Assistants with a degree and Teachers' diploma 9 1.920—9120—92,400 Assistants with a degree only 9 1.440—9120—11,690 efficiency bar $ 120 to 52.040 A Temporary cost of living allowance of 5480 per annum Is also payable. A Salaries Commission is at present reviewing salaries in he Leeward Islands. 3. Applicants should anggogg a degree of a University within the British Commonwealth and the successful candidate will be required to teach Latin lo the standard of the Higher School Certificate i ^animation. A knowledge of Spanish would be regarded as an asset and *•<'11 t games should be slated in the application as tin •ppotfltta will be required to take charge or school 4. Applications staling age teaching t\i . I i.ialii' etc. should be submitted to the Administrator St. Kittv. Nevi-. Anginlln not lateT than 30th November, 1951. At least two testimonials and u photograph should also be submitted. 27 10.51—211 ££^St !" MpCNEW YORK i "SEABBrrr.E" m STEAMER •> %  "' STEAM IK uili SERVICE Baraf Jlrd Nnvamher —arrive* Barbadi lath Drrrmbrr l.tlh November. IbSI Ith Dr,mWi. 1WS1 -irrlve. Barb.idoa JSth l>cemb*r. ISSI str-AMrft 1XAMKII NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Wrd Oetobar arrlvea Barbadoa si vea Barbadoa *;,d Novernbn, l*AI Barbadoa 7th DrcwrAber. I<>l %  oi nmo*, NO Naaaa •( Sbiai %  "ALCOA PK. vi(.>A PLANTKP. AI.IIA IMINTFBA S TEA*! Elf CANADIAN SERVICE a ail* glBttlll ^ %  1 SSlli Malta Arrl*. n ii.r. i Barbwd*. fH't Jlth Nov lit" No. ISMl S-.v. SEnd Nnv SMn DM. 6f> it, itth Dae. asm Dag l-i.i'.i i! i I lliiM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULP MlRVICR APPLY;—DA COSTA A CO.. ITO—CANADIAN SERVICE ]te HARRISON LINE P OVTWABB FROM THI: I'Nrrrn KINGDOM GOVERNMENT NOTICE STATKMENT SIIOWINti AMOUNTS IH'E TW Can we sell your house or propei'.y? — We have quantity of inquiries iron Ehgbind. U5A. Consult H V.'.I i on the liicslion o: uuy.ii.. 01 disposing of any typa of house. taCaaaTy, KE4L ESTATE nterested tn sellBU real estate of all II'IRCY A. SCOTT, BMOHI Agent gaaHg L*ne. 14 11.51—n. %  . or Sugar r rluegri of fancy mulasaes Parish Factory or Plantation Amount pa.vable |>ei cane ton Factory or Plantation Ii lag i Special i Preferei ee Molai Total Cess St Michael 1-tate w.n rarw .. 37 00 34 50 fl 98 (1 53 43 a 41 03 Belle 8 66 Christ Church Seailes 34 2f 0 48 40 70 Frere Pilgrim aiblns Good land Newton Spencers 7.39 8 51 3.21 Ml 7 70 St. (ieorc* Bulkeley 86 75 0 78 42 53 Fnir View 8.02 St. John Colleton* Guinea U-mon Arbor Pool 33.25 31.15 30 00 0.29 5.90 5 09 2.1 25 39 54 37 15 35 69 Cliff Cotleton Kendal Mom in ITPoor; 7.81 7.31 8 02 7.50 7.67 St. Joseph Andrews •oes River 31 00 28.25 5 89 5 33 S3 58 Andrewsl 7.67 St. Philip Carrington Edgecumbe Foursquare Oldbury . Thraa House* 36.25 37 25 37 2.1 37 25 6 84 7 04 7 04 7.04 C 89 43 09 44 L'!44 29 44 29 43 39 Harrow .. 8.14 St. Thomas Applewbaltes Vnucbi-i' 3S.00 35.00 0 90 6 59 41 00 4: 18 Sandy Lsnet 8 70 St -Inmo1 Sandy Lane 35 50 32.75 0 71 0 19 42 22 38 94 st. Lucy Fairfleld Spring Hall 34 75 0.58 6 73 41 33 42 23 St. Paeter .. Haymar.s 32 75 6.20 38 93 St Andrew Bruce Vgle Haggatt* Swans 30 00 31 21 30 50 5.68 .1.91 5 75 35.08 37.16 36 88 Bruce Vale' 7.84 POST OFFICE NOTICE ESTABLISHMENT OF BRANCH POST OFFICE A Branch Post Office for the transaction of all elaati of P % %  il i u laeas nan been establisheil at Welches Road, Sf Michatl and will i l opened for business at 3.00 aHi. on Monday, tilth November, 1951 This office is named -Welches Road Post Office." The hours of business are as follows: — Monday to Friday — 8 00 am. to 12 noon, and I 00 pin. to 3.00 p.m. Saturday — 8.00 u in. to 12 noon. Collection of postal packets for circulation through the General Post Office will be made daily (except 9oada) and Public Hobday ;i i* follows: — Monday to Friday 9 30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. Saturday — 0.30 a.m. ItiMd-'uts in the surrounding distncts ai.il oilin it convenient are earnestly invited Intake full advantage of the poatg laWiUtftS atloi.le.l BTJ "us Post Office. lii.-ieL. I^UaVfOg tt' pressur. ,t DM Qani ral Potl OtBaa. ROBERT A Cl-AHKl Oalenlal %  i General Post Orb. %  lath November 1861 17 n.r.i—in. %  s I IKAJUA" %  •IS. "I'I AMIII" S.a "FACTOR" S -i %  ASTr.ONOMF-li" S.S. "TRADER . .. London I...n.li.n DOM & Liverpool. Glasgow Liverpool llth Nov. 20.h Nov. 24th Nov. SOth Nov. 30th Nov. Due Barbados 3rd Dec. 3rd Dec. 5th Dee I'.lh Dee Nil, Dee HOMEWARD FOR THE INITED KINGDOM Closer In Vessel For Barbados SS "STATESMAN' For further Information applj to . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU Wbathn U b a .. UieiHNC; OBt tir CHRISTMAS CUT yn.f uish In aplpcl >,.u ran oblain il frin n:.\riiAi. i iii'oim >i Corner Bruuil and Tuilor Slre*ls. Muscovado Plantation : Vacuum Pin Pactorv 14 11 51 -2n DEPARTMEM -1 EDUCATION BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE ommerrlal Claaaes U' Applications will now Inconsidered (or eiiti Shonhand-Tvping course, to be held at Combermere IgnOO commencing in January 1952. (b) There is a limited number of vacancies for the Senior Shorthand-Typing course. Application* will only be oonatdari Irom those who hold a Pitman's Theory Certificate or It equivalent in Shorthand, and an L.C'.C. Elementary CerUI cate or its equlvaleni in Typewriting. (c) Two lessons a week in Shorthand, two In Typewriting. one In English, each of one hour's duration will lie gi between the hours of 5 p.m and 7 p.m. on Tuc*da> days and Thursdays. Students may take all three subject' but those who take Shorthand mil be expected to take fcypewriting and vlee versa. mi Applicants must be over 15 yean, of age on lit Januaiy, 1952. if) As a guarantee that the minimum Mucatiotia bean reached, applicants for the beginners class who do nof hold a School Certificate or equivalent quahlieasupply a certificate from the Head of a School stal the school course up to the age of u lompleled. Preference for admission will in general be governed 1M the standard of attainment in E-igli-h. to he determined by a teat. jf) A tee of S1.00 per item payable dm.n 80*r of tin tees paid will be lefumS' MM ho have, m the opinion of the Principal, Oe-' %  worked satisfactoril' regularly and punctually. (g) Students will be raqiilred to supply then own stationer? and text books as rcquin (hi Applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of Education application forms, which must be fill* I forwarded to the Dean ol Corornarclal St., i Even,m ihe office of the Departmem i titan Saturday. 24th November. Applicants must state on the form whether they arc applying for the heginti. Senior course No • %  —llcat November will be considered. Department of Education :jrd October, 1931, -.1— j„ PRESTCOLD J REFRIGERATORS | ARE RIGHT TOR YOU LU0HI THrVOUOB J Up-hi-llie-.Miinile in desi|>n and rontlniction Built With u Future in View "PRESTCOLD'' Irtily Ihe pride || the kitchen. All Sleel. All Welded, R'ual-Proof Cabinets IIKAVII.Y CIIKOMIM'I.ATI II HARDWARE. TR EM ADOS' Cri.palor and Meal Ktrprr Pvanwtk lli'rnirlically S*al.-d 1'nil^ S£E Till: MODELS S. s. 472. 722. 4.4 cu. ft. 7.7 cu. ft. WITH A FIVE-YEAR C.CARANTEF. WM. FOGARTY (BARBADOS, LTD. J HEPRESENTATIVtS FUR THE WEST INDIES. 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Fighting Goes On Until Armistice Says I .Y General Iu Korea PANMUNJOM, Korea. Nov. 16. MAJOR GENERAL HENRY HODES. the United Nations truce negotiator, warned the Communists that the fighting in Korea will continue until an armistice is actually signed, whether it be days, weeks, or months. At the tftni in the Panmunjom truce tent, the Communist General. Lee Sang Cho. asked Hodes for a definite objective in insisting that the righting be continued during the naottMiMM ROOM said, "you know what that objective is We i an armistice and not '! i und. If the four or five months, the fighting will continue until the armiMice is signed. Or if the negotiations continue for tWo days, three %  vs. or three weeks, or l lbs fighting will continue until the armistice is achieved. You might as well know this now if you have not known it before."—U.P. llAi; OIT FOV A MK"! 13,400 U.N. War Prisoners Murdered l'USAN, Korea, Nov. IB. Colonel Jimn M. Hanley, Chief Eighth Army War Crimes Invests ised the total number : United Slates' war prisoner!. murdered by the Communist* in Korea to 6.270. He said In an exclusive interview that altogether the Chinese and North Korean Reds have slaughtered 13,400 Allied war prisoners, since the outbreak of the war on June 25th, 1950 He said that of the total, 7.000 was* Boutta Koreans. Fat fiutu retracting his earlier and disputed statement, that the Chinese alone hod killed 2.513 United Slates' prisoners, he rei Eiuii's st:ilcnieiil yesterday on :he Anyln-E^yptljin Sudan tu .;irii:intec its defence, pending its allamimmt ol sell • % % % %  inment— the "sain* M imperialistic formula to perpetuate" British rule in tfie Sudan and put of! Ii Italy Sudanese indepi'ndvi|£u fc^— He atarted hi attack on" Ihe Hrftlatl by IWIIIIINI: that German Mayor Wages Own Cold War claimi Dutch Yachtsman Calls Here On World Cruise DIRK TOBER, | 26-year-old Dutch yachtsman who is makini; a world cruise alone in his trim 37-foot ketch Onrust, completed the fifth leg of his journey when he anchored ofT ihe Aquatic Club on Thursday. Hooks, cigarettes and the flapping of Onrust's sails are Dirk's company. And he gives as his reason for being .•lone on such a dangerous cruise, "1 feel it is the only way to be successful; there will be nobody to cause a quarrel and hold me up on my cruise." He added : "1 never feel lonely." W*U over six feet and ruddy. Dirk hag been away from his fiotne in Holland for three months CAIRO. Nov 16 Th. Egyptian .WM.. Ahmed it ..led thai. Egypt break diplomat n with Britain, unless Britain withdrew its lump* from the strifeBun Canal Zone He delivered tvhal n mounted to /an ultimatum MILAN, No*. 16. Government The banks of the swollen Pol Ha laid thai Egypt musi act River were dynamited in the I within 15 days—wnd barren section of the Po Valley, j warning to Hritnln thai mil. in a desperate movo to ease BM th* Si,..i SftjuansBSSd a I proaiure on the refuice lammed | month %  > %  [ %  %  n. | ,. ,i off hll city of Rovigto. lomatie and commercial relation-. The blasting was ord-red He also urged |h Oo> fter.noodwalers inched to within} t< prop | Army for a year 11.140 Ihe Umtfti Nations Assembly met iiiulec Ihe %  hMOW of war In Korea. He said. this, yuir \\itun two One in Korea and tinother 111 ths COUnUy Oft whose behalf I have the pfivile) 1 pi %  tta "It is real war waged upon Egypt by ths country imin^ still I,. l ft aft — 1 Salah El Din outlined Egypt's nonmuunu ..gainst ihe British — tor U taypt's sovereignty tines th< canal crisis started, and then ' 1!" %  ...'ft E.:.| USD civilian''not even spin; lag women and children Brief Account I He said, tins is only ;t brief t.unt It II 1 W II SON BEHLIN. Nov. 10. A lough mindeti OetSsao named Ern.si Rawtor, I n ikJnj Ml tiwn eold war here stgalns the ItuiManv, who press in on hln D tveo side He thinks i ni.-iy break tinRusvimi hold oi tleilin in a ciupli about 11*53. Heuteitaooi i that th Russians will iiack down bafon lustainad and bold HUOB And 1 1 bold maB Routai a Lord Uayur ol ll*>ilm, and U•onM ways bs Bti ttss w(i-rn i Winston ChuiThill. Tintfar uuptrc nil Hei inu-i 1 He panwadtd tnan that tkoy %  Ms and h.n.iss ihe iiiis. thi'ii own and lining II He laid, " %  • .tie llght1 Stales' rod ghUnd 111 Kotsa but iii othsi fi are righting with othoi r alleged viulation uf|i HI | with Bit santa purp 1 it in 111 Barltn and K Mil-.,!!.! RsUsSff eaUs his wai a cold war It witita*tw from early con* incod bu 1 %  si oould withstand the IB48-4Q Russian blockade That MS bsfoffl ths .111 lift developed ..ml uhen there was no BSaUTan %  U I OWman bobtSi ihortij would not %  %  11 1 luyor steams up hll Wt t i'ii inn 1 in deinonsti "f British aggression in Kgyjit, if is m.t -in 1 do 1. what wfi H" then cfpued hi Mi. Unite I States' OSLiglasj ,,! Stnle, Achentten DCS to Ihs denial < %  < %  %  • l' > it-.i lh bwnan right.in Hungary and < mtfi los, proelamatloDA and He said "I wonwhatever he ran think of, to 1 wha' daacriptjoa he v\. old 1 ftise Russian propau.nnla. K%  1 d 1 („• la UM Caswl una tn his Brttlah lular, soundi off from Ea.-i lk-ririends and allies ,' | . loss und slscUoa i. for on. lum HO hcsitaincv ir ReutSf Isafjlsl t" wht-.p it up for calltsg tiieni ihamsful and siactional but rlChl Meachrrous aggressions bv ttn —I'.P. United Kmgdt.'ii. whleh consU-j ills not only a menace bul ilgw 'l\„ ... %  ••„ 4 a of international pean I riilliail I'IH'S \SSl. Old security The "ADVOCATE" psys for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. looking forward completing the cruise in four or fS years On his last port-to-port run filch was .' 700-miics Atlantic os-ing from Las Palmas to Barados, he had no occasion to touch the tiller. Oanat did in 25 days. 'Very good sailing (or a small boat like this, considering that much nigger Boats take just Biany days and some.lmes m days to cross the Atlantic", Dirk thought. "I am proud ol her. What makes Dirk so proud of bti ketch is the fart that he has built it himself all to the steel hull which he got made in a small H dland dockyard. Dirk was for the past six years in the Dutch Mavy. the last three years of which he spent his offtime buildiiie OnrM. Life st Sea He was Lieutenant in the I>utch Navy and has a good knowledge of navigation Pram a boy. it was always his ambition to becosne circumnavigator. He always had a pautaion for the *e* and has never done anything else in hi* life "I wanted to sec more u.' the world and I love sailing", said Dirk, "and so I quit Ihe navy on August 20 to start on my cruise I >1ar be was free from the navy. Dtrfc put out from Amsterdam in Omrssti. He called [n at Cowes—near 9 On page 3 boy found tied to I drifting tree In the middle ol the current. The two children were In a state of coma, and were Immediately rushed to hospital. It was feared that their parents were swept away by the flooa*. _t;.p. BUENQf AlUKS. Nov. Hi. The fln,.l remit*, of Sundays tial e l ection n<\> Pi roi almost a two to one over the Hadic.l Party osndidatS Balbln 01 ii la PSroa rsssjvt 4,fli8,9H8 votes and Balbtv 2331.3IC l.p. U.K. Will Havr To Approve J'ru Loan KINOSTO\. J %  .... Nov. If. International [Link experts now here making observations In u general way made it plain today .hat any big loan the bank might ieclde to give Jamaica would have to be approved by the UnitI ed Kingdom. Jamaica t*mg in the sterling area. Experts are now <.. industrial project* and having nj with bankerernor, Ihe Legisl;iturr ;md th* 1 mercantile anil Industrial community—t.P. Arab Warning PARIS, Nor. 16 A spokesman for the Ara Bast warned ihe Westeri Powora that Jewish and Egypti.< problems must be settled bef'r they can "Impose" Middle EHDefence _r p 'They are Indeed a COtnplsti icpudiation by the Unite> %  torn of the princip • %  its of the charter of the Uniten Nations." Second (old WaV Salab Kl Din lend /us 2a-page %  broSS m.in lime .m aras raised bi .1 higb piich tlmi H 11 1 .1 the We %  II' .: %  ti. , ,. Nov. 16 ('ENERAL EISENHOWER has convinced top United States officials that the West must have a combat ready army in Europe by tha new tarRel date of 1962, and that the only way do it is for the United Statos to pour a new flood of weapons into this invasion wear;' continent. During his "Crusade of Washington," partially obscured by the smoke of Presidential rumours, earlier this month, it m learned that the General hail sold United States ) "licymnkers on the "Eisen m sized but fully equipped end of next year EGYPT WOULD ACCEPT U.N. COMMISSION NEW PRESIDENT KAKAt III. N.IV. is Itsvptlan delegation to lbs U.M PI Khwaja W'i[old 1 l'i. rerence Prhtaj ST r;K)RGI Friday was unanSsS i-resirten! of the Issstlui on! born Ml B M %  • over the admin 1st rut lor jfJrjham has b presidential vatam 1 |. %  hower plan" for I BU '1 NATO Army by X New Plan For Disarniumenl Proposed // )SIII\Sk\ H> K II BB \< KlOHIl PAHI ign Mlnlsb 1 %  %  \ I .,1 stOn Iminb. ki l-hf"" U %  1 %  I ate in UH %  1 %  I %  %  .mi gltar n %  huetnlla'i B. C Aftci asoni Urscw dsnouncini ,,. .,1 11 1 1 1 v hlilgc %  I ill] i" Ihe top United • ., t repot '*' %  ".. %  %  %  are lnilory tiiN, uastoaa about up atarops <^*" prodti 1 I'lin.* as pretstj to 1 t hll ts ol Stall honing oft certain combat equip...... rM 1 %  %  fallen rai behind the onj I %  I i 1 ,b8 sieppeit up Tlirer O'lcMi.ii1 1 %  %  .,11. 1 ,.„| I •lint RI ting roduction %  %  tO ,ill UIK I,.. Ihe reduction b> 1 ,rms and armed foress 1 %  Including %  %  Vysliim-k> rejected the WM' •nting Hill I'.. Bu i 1 ) %  %  tasp I'mieti Durlnj lha past lew wcclf. N.A.T.o nai 0 II.IM I %  ta of theii•• %  •1 ..nil, und artnai ,. nunrtl n,la Pbl x Averoll Trumnn's %  ( %  .n 11.. 1 from WasluiiKton cetlmatas of I'nitcd SU%S potentlalltli i,i'w tlme-tabb* ol arms shipments *enpi-rTPrt i" bo resolved WATO i rfovemb**' .'1 -t'.P. 15 KILLED AS KOA1) SANK W. ould Nov. if. Al ISSSt I' pafeo n s won leporlmi paciflstl numbsc iiiiiiM'.i whou .1 itreteti ol highway between here and thr PasSfll COSSt m Uuenu\entui.. ars idled wih passengers wenunveiling over It Rescue news .si 1. night From Buenaventura ai to said It was mini know, % %  lisvsd 1 North Asusncssi ea> l gsaat plai ifork 1.-ad Ho was working on n lha hlghwag u .,f .. 1 n m *. ,1..: the dastth loll r,p. %  %  .!L'i r.r*. Vliornt'v (rtiitral KEY msi not 1' Mm i %  Istsnt Attorney Oea ar al T. I*umar Caudle on Pndaj and Hi Tax inve U ingt'.n that UM P •T the seen 1. .;i-.n Ihe. |,i..vlded. ... %  %  %  .. %  1 nsqua itod ind rocel %  IK • %  %  ID U .1" wish UM du%  Immodl* UK Alt.1 HoV. %  .1" Caudle*! In upenor who had previously KIVn him .1 c l e a n oUI onto It ll Chairman Cecil 1 Invi -u that Tinman fired Cant %  I '.P. It IH\ \ TO iCT t> GRENADA 1/!/;/>//.'1//. the Kr %  • %  I P Qrenada 1 year. %  1 of the Moslems Flee Red Oppression The NEW YORK Nov 18 at the fru fSUbtsCS o* State Depurli: m, said 3 000.00 or An>-" day ihat persons of trie Islamic faith hav more than 3.000,000 Moslems fled Ruasls since early 1B24 whn have fled from Soviet Astat I <• < mrfiert the indnpendl to escape Communist unce movement of the Turks In oppression. Centr.-il The Voice in a series ol broadThe Voice estimated U carts beamCTl at the Near East ;md rtitlnr-il thousands have %  .s.nKiuriK province since Ihe sets iigious perseru%  vesrs. The bi adcast said Mosi. to Voi-t escapes have sought -n ^syiutn Eastern instates. .t B tr-i propaganda is leaning t r SENIOR. ^SERVICE



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%  •MlltDAY, NOVrMBrR 17. 1451 BARBADOS ADWUMT I'M.I FIVE Spi'i/ihtsluti-n Hnunil nf> Ask Your Parents EXHIBITION And Grandparents ATLWRAR\ The Speightstown Ubrsr: —TUDOR SAYS •No Superinteinjeiil" Killing In Christian Mission Case "ELt:CTIO\S IMI'KOI'HR" %  I.miiir Mr. C. II. Kiev |*M 1.1 ,-.' %  "' re holding a Iree exnibirecent ttrili-h Council MR. CAMERON TUDOR. Barbados Labour Party canNmwtn such putsUcatta didale for St. John in Ihe forthcoming General Elections. lj -"'" "" %  * %  P" ITd at Ed K ec.ilT on Thuisday night that sud. things as increased wages, bonus or even holidays with ,, lts ,,, Mrliain im> Ysars Work pay came to them as a pleasurable surprise, but they did and Britain Lifts and Tnougrit not know the nights of hard work and thinking devoted i caen. iinosi ths heading to this end bv Mr. Adams and the members of hi* Parlv. *•£•". and SuppUMr. Tudor said he had always The Barbados Labour Partv Tr "' •*** InssudS) The Novel l>ei politically conscious and existed to bring th* people hi '* %  rays thought In tennfc o( a level which they could not '"-'-KI I til JW Then there BJ .iid that was why he had reach before. BosasSJa vcur's work In nm-u Uaaatra, fu books The deal %  %  IMF. Cl %  General Superintendent or 1949. 1950 and 1951 .the Hor. The Vice Chancellor decided ent in the l Mission mil in Brutal *.r., %  Ran Bl %  I the} arajrc th Supartntendei t 11 -howing found himself In night when they were -Icepmg '' % %  Hint and UtSI the labour Party corner. quit*, soundly, thoac of tnem f Britain life and thouicht He was running for th.it conwho had to Isad them had to 't titled "Medicine at %  UtttSBKS t-ocause hv was aupup u, think out schemes to help "British Philosophers." Labour and he was sent Hum How could they tell that •Treasures in London." '"Treasto run in that constituency. u man like Mr. Adams was not "res in Oxford'". "Treasures in 'If 1 had been sent to *nv other horta ling his. Ufa because Cambridge" and •'Treasures in constituency." he said. "I would the way he taxed hia health in Edinburgh* comprLte the Till have frie because my 'noughts working tor them. ures Series Hmgruphles of Willara the same, my intentions the "But w P do not mind using up aim hurk.. Btrtrand RiaaaML Jane same mid my hopes for you peoour healths if ii would give you An M <; \i r,.vple the samo. I am first and last some benefit." he said. "I want elvan and Osbert Sitwell are the a Labour Party man and have you to understand Viat if you "Supplements MO interest in politics except to feel you rrilly want to get on new serve those who earn their living In life, go further than t'v by the sweat of their brows." In which you were brought There was no personal interest then your choice is ole<> that he could have In Setting in simple." tha House of Assembly apart 'You should know your friend| . from the satisfaction It would and separate your friend! 1 from give him in working with the your o.nemies and w c want you Labour Party for the people, to feel that we are comrades." There could be no honour. agement of i others were not. Labour Lender On lour Of W./. H "" i l a ISM tout %  .: emeni I ior>al Organl join,,;,. .,, ... %  S "'-"to help them to do Dec* field foj l., M9 and thai Raw Hovtc and o{ Uatsaascsasil II Ebaicr .... Barrow and otto the .wo Sttl PUS %  %  tit were %  %  • .1 (HI III %  %  I "\' the I. %  the in.instlon of .1 high .Of In hi %  %  glory he could have through that that he did not have before. If 1 maintain -i htghrj asms Crop Likely they were persuaded to support *lWOW C^*f#iFl*B him. they would be supporting, in truth, not him, but the Barbados Labour Party to support their own defence. Managers and Planters who TflSJ Harbados Labour Party visited the City yesterday were hSVS rescued you from the hold all pleased with tne progress of which your oppressors had got on UM canes. "Some are so beautiful y. 11 in UN DaSt," OS laid "I myih t they give he appearance self have not experienced the efthai t ue y arc ready to be reaped". feet* of the hold, bul my father DIM ..i.,,",., lo | tl ,j, r Advocate had and there is never a moment H M|d ha llncft llu (ro| Ping" by Patneia Wentwas paassd %  th. -All on a Summer's Dav" Ian* (UJL) to support lb December 17 will be %  '"• '.n il.he.n. Me continued *• John Garden and "Curiosity movement in U> BCS l irer s OP KiiK fbs c ir* 1 %  %  • %  countries In th, is %  %  %  And lust two .1.,^ .,!(„ Your WSsst IsSssfS On thl Sl Wls slnassOa, (>• i, ocracy. A-k(Vl hn „ . Ihs propert) whirl ,1 the nrm wl •re aie very the possession of the ,l. f in privats iif Mr Rk ..II mlng pi 1 %  "ii in ^ \v % %  '• 1 men which won him th %  h*H I predeceased hit rb bmvo their la 1 sa totalling $21M svsss) im-'|"o rVsaMsnl "t the .Surinam cnerai Superintendent, Tne Luton Skin to wb> | mpoth IttSftl Cutting" bv Shcil;. I m Dtd Into eirculallor. !'">" with two fictions. Detective novels enlov a good i Si Socightstnwn. 1ho Librarian itld VSStortl Stofa Svgar Cane: Fined RIPPINGILLE'S OVEN MAKES YOUR BAKING EASIER ba I'm,. ers during iifgitirs i 'ifTs. This will obtain There IS |,l,-nl, D. .,.,, .vallal ., , ,.|, v lull „, ., for all clas.^. well paid and UsSTS i BO IS .,,.],( ''loymi'iil Mi Bli si Pn ant ol its n i %  %  STSSSJ oul M Suiin.iin Tradsa Union Council 1 1 11 % %  • i*' soros da) vith a msmbsrshlp of 49,000 i %  %  MI .,< ui.Tn* lllnon Unions sad n..suilnaai Dffsndanj^ Hoyte and othsn mw Workers* OiKaniiidion both omclaimsd il..d Hoyte ... %  -" %  — """ ""'* %  "'" "*= taie IIVI> —. MB ne w —sa p ss r aws ams, — % %  vigwiiuauun i coin* %  r "i n-.o novie wno .1 the hell hS wen? Ihni Th and '" de,, thta r** th ** hflvC becn b '* Nu F UX "'"c; "E" POUOS prlstol L5.<" B .|-i niten.U-nt r.!, !" -?.. J1 m \Jr t ?& my "''""'I' continuous showers and he U.aii Hank Sl.n „ I ^ think* that because of this the Tne highest tine was one ..[ Vlvs months aga the Surinam !" w _*hS| '>•• Chrli-lsn Ml nig upon me and lirothers that we would be island will have ecord children of his if w did not do """"" WHI "* ve record crop HJ J" pui on Kenneth (JritlUh of Worksi OrsjSrUSsUoti anvthini; to change the conditions npx yMr Ashton Tenantry, St. Peter, who Surinam Minor* L'ni" i kbltehsd hi of' the masses in thi* island "These showers m iy cause some was round guilty of the larceny o. loan bank for then loin ,. •, . the ince Mr. Tudor said he mentioned l Aorr > 'the Scotland District and sugar cane growmg ,n 4UI of about !. ,,.,.1 sniBS thev mlsht not low 'y" 18 districts which lack Tenantry. He wts given 14 days money he said, is for the blUpogS Dl ,; argued believe that be had their interest ,d ^l"ate drainage", he said. m which to pay the line w ith an of STrantlng loans to then men %  ... ,,f the non ;-t th' rate of 1'; He said that on his way to the alternative of two months,mThsy !u.d the vote then. Why. City this morning he was especialprlsonment Griffith appealed, he asked, did they think .t had 'v flighted with Ihe look of eaSsM '•>" Koach of Cave Hill. 81 been fiven them? The other '" I1| P Sweet Bo torn area. "At Lucy, and Elise Campbell of die people did not give It to them 'he Annual Indutriil Exhibition same locality were both fined 9AM and there was nothing to press *c ars expecting to have a better w"h an alternative of one month i on the Labour Party to give it. display of cane B than last year, imprisonment for inflicting bodil) But the Labour Partv felt that We may even have a new record harm on Herman Armstrong Moth when they had a vole they could for the amount of canes lo a hole". Hoach and Campbell appe ibSd lake nan in thei r own affairs, he said. Thev wanted to prove to them "The rain Mso has Its disL. Sgt. Rice, who is the N CO that they should have a say In advan Bsajs. It .hindenna us '"charge of SpeighUtown police how they should be governed, from reaping the yam and potato £*. was *"tioned at District %  KS~rSu5at They had to feel that no matter crops as fast as we could have Police Station from Thursday to ^' ,„'..,., how insignificant they might be. done in dry weather." they should .'iave a hand in their own destiny. ~ "Our party feel," he said, "that we should be lets than human beings if we did not give you help. When we seek to give your children better education, and yen yourselves bettor wages, we tlo not do this because we want your gratitude. No. this is our duty." per annum. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION %  %  %  Wait* MI %  %  %  • %  i Road, S' to ons month irnsnl .. II foi thi stossklng "f the political .. • up t. he Mid that th,-> hut Though Hovts did thai General Elections in HUM th< meei under lbs Ututton that ranstltutlon, pro made !. and \ Bl IDS BBS .f Jt In v..*. tH-is |o the l.e r bdstlvs I gleet the i ill constitute*! l.S nienib. horn v.. POSss 11 nut .i ton ... HHU ihs plain ins i i h.-iii was meeting and SlBCtSd linrrow as Hoys' %  i.. | %  ,.,• • %  proper election. The JtHtos gald that Hoyto srai %  ntlnus in oflloi there Discuss Burials With Bishop run the slation for He bar taken Clarke who i>. leave. 1^ The Assembly HSpeishUtown are putnnit that the meeting for the %  si wss Impenpst l|,irro ,nd his piirlv were bfl W W Rrere. I s M Deoi inted bv BfSSBM Hi .hin-.m Surinam me In a nv.n 'd Banfield. Rev. Hoyte and his %  Baaan rf poaitton than they were prevlou.;%  rtj were apt bs Mi fl it Adssa | Ul D sroak from S^t hjrQ >' %  *^ %  k^ membersbiu to '' the Council haI %  • 2i. the Uiii.nu Party I i K the seats and tinThe off t. i p 11 \' in i not g|vs %  utlsfactoi lion ni i ] %  H,, 152 Lynch all rih whili the wl I on Church Vill 81 Mid I Hi i.'.-.-i .' howsd %  ' B pel ous convictions rot 1 The Superintendents of i non-Angllci •itam qui'e i number of practices each we*-k I the end of rtBgJnS a ChrtStntM I churches'm the "'""' %  concstl at the A Ruum on Sunday i-vi-niiii. December '6. Barhssd i "• committal to the grave at !" "' £ %  '" [f " trained by f %  .? V. • '• B !" adl Anaheim church vards of nn Mrs. Joshua A. HaynSs. Workers Union was being felt all Afigman church yards, of an over the island All tbii had individual by a minister of tb.we fi-l that uiand. met the Lord Bishop Thursday and discussed with bin the Letters Of A dm in istro lion II i. tan tod bj Mows. OBTrln"ton nT1'.mi. MI-..„i (i,. flag. Chancellor will unptar In the BSJBdS) Advoea'e". 2Z % th* i thS Hon. UM Chief Jud nly an Anglican minister as A 111 Mi conductod with his clergy, hail given P B Bl -lames. ii'iup Ihe assurance of a deieiniiiuHl body of men who •— — — .-_) wanted to do right had got to!" > hc case. R P( ightstown gether and (ought fu; theae T h,a ma ^ r ''med part of the **£ ,I 1( ,. H ^ subject of a petition by th* OStort CocsNin • W.i want vmi i.. i u .it* un in superintendents to the Governc r Jordan died vour owrif stren^h in our oJn some weeks ago. Hospital SSril Tuseda, nx-mlmj uiutv and knZ hi iZZ Superintendents S. E. White o. He was Bdmittsd to ihe H "*£.ihc£bM£n? vou Seventh-Day Adventists and Wal. HovStnbST it after hi ?.^nt H.L nnvihi,!!^; Mr ,cr T,esp| f ,ho Church of God —Ived In an accident along Sand Adam •• — -— liadm labour Pnrlv and the lhc clergy had ulso assured him fell ..t •trie'-htgtown up to TtuirsBarbado. Workers Union dlsap*. ?? w ""' d w rk peared overnight? They would l l v l ,hc |""hlc.n. be no one person who could go to an employer and talk anything on their behalf. If the Leader and Ihe Party were to give them V"r^r'ir".V-""r-V "".^ ".' ',",!" Justices H A. Vaughui rrurtL? £ ats^%aW-iS *. t£ fSL man beings. Many of them were ion young ,. lo realiso the seriousness of his l *" M4 i nt-. but yaSV could ask H ol Rock Ha'l District 'A-r^ce Courts J"! n u Crimih Adiiiiiii't:iiiii.ii t%  %  the Genersl wl1 •">' 1 '*'" Ol JSTOOS AmepK im teener*! „„,, ._ .. __ A.I WmQriel On Election l>u> IN GRENADA u.s^. Ths pstlUon ..f Spooosi if ii SI M %  itnal on el Attorns; ol G New York ISA. f., LsttSI Adininisti..liun to tin i H00 J It Ib-nwlck Ce<-eiia 1'iigiiin late ol t' s A red 1 ere sartla i ..tited. • i %  • Two other iK-titioni weie gran] %  win. h OpSSMd Bl US l %  (lion daj mi. %  . not -n'lirlslntf whaT'wouVd'*ha p'pen' if the Barh s co-operation, and had said that Or-o l.,ch and 3S part* of rain ,,, <„„. u ,, (l i House on Wi Kaiin> I 'itun IK r>**d. ->.-a tVm l ''e clergy h~ Ilt'Nt %  ea<"'all The superintendents represented p, the Church of God. the SeventnDay Adventists. the Moravian, the £3 FOR SPEEDING New Testament Church ,,f God. tnr Gospel Hall, the Church uf tin Na/nrenc. the Pilgrim Holinc;Church, the Fundamental Baptist Court of Appeal yesterday and Ihe Pcnteco tal Assemblies of dim. i m .if Mi I. wniwvn. Dbmftri A Poues Mashs in., .i Alvs Mll of %  i v hn|tefu] ami ..I.tun. rdlnarto ninck Rock, si Ukhaoi, sptosb ks i IT tl u Ihs at uitn.i %  . f„ r i^. tIrt „t Admtnlsti lhai M <:.„,. hai Administration '< "ui that Mr. Gun has bssn slsd the estate of her sister VSTOna fd on th" Mincil be their parents nnd their grandparenU what It was like and how the I-abour Party had enme and was changing it. It would be very easy for him to come and make promises to I hem bul they could only make promises tr. them when they had %  : ihein. Speaking for himself, he was of those people who CYCLE RIDDEN WITHOUT LIGHT i I. — .i f"r Ihe pctiin ins spssd limit T: ._ ,'..,, i motor van Best, late of SeiiuMnn | The olher was the ] %  Clifton A William'. ..f Welch VllInge. St. John, for Lsttsts of Administration to the entuli ..' father Charles II Willi .f Wsldron Village Christ Church Mr W ... tod 11llS posit > %  holds should brti A fine of 15'and I/costs to wv n's decision and w-s forth !• paid IB BSVSB day* or sevi i.. %  ..|.|..-.il costs which ; jTisonment was imposed ajnouniod 10 9 H. The Rns hi to on Cyril Adder He or twi guilty by Mi 0, u. GrifTlih of niinthi kmprisonrrsnil with bard riding :i bicycle withoul a lighted |..|.,ui id, %  lot exceeding um pu wi Th fnllowiiie will waito driving B motor van on m J ., Baxters Road. ,, , Hall appealed -gainst Mr WiU 0 ,.. m Denny ol Bl Ml Itha %  by many ol th not been done was not %  %  % %  (1 %  n now that evei bin* ha %  .. norm therf | ... %  lluy your MM IRtlKHIS and X.MAS no IIMflK.VriOYS early from WHTIIimilADS 9c !" i"y. Orscksn sad P V bttarkqiun with Toy-, lit, (,3/6. 4/8. 6/ r./i %] 9/8, 12/ IT., and SFi.MI P-r Six All RrlRht c.ib.iifi ^riNSFL TS1PB <4 I I %  I-W't'i*'/// Hilv^r Slur. Copper, Oold./*; rrice I IWI (,.-ii'ii CTINHKI. DRCORATIONH J V Kind. ..I IS. M TO I KindM !H, \\\ 'INHFI, flTABH >.. •i. in.-. i I/II >. |( ) 2'i\ m (!!>! uri> oaOAXTO In White, Pink ind Blut Fnim SMI In SMI PIT Yd. CaiNKLBD OBOaOBTTE In Nil. Maize. Pink and Blui :il $2.02 pn Vd. MOSS cam In Pink nd Blui ;• i *:i.u() p,-r Yd. SCREEN PRINTED SATIN lrl ' i :ns ;il S4.:m p rr Yd. NVLON NINON Wh "'Ul %  S2.59 prr Yd. SELF COLOURED STRIPE NYLON In While, Pink, Sky ai .sn per Yd. HARRISON'S Broad Street Dial 2664 AbK n Cord v^N . ver happier than" when helping """P ,m f>t"b--r Ifi. about I2.U Cpi Jonas Uld the eourl Ihs the people lo ro.ich where ho %  '"• Th e case was brought bv he was on duly Btong BaXtSI Ind reached. Nothing would f: ^ 1 Watson who is at inched *.o Road with E*oUcS CottStSbS please him more than to give a ,hp Blac '* R^k Station. ley on July 24 when be saw Hall hand in helping their children _______^^^^^^^^ driving the motor van iippgfr—fd to bf driven :it t,> achieve any distinct U mi.Tht hiee ;d because he 1 ad been able to So to the ITniversity. That was wh v ha was in politics. He had a tmng ronrictton as to what a human being shonld be. MONDAY'S ASSI/t: DIABV Se. S7 — Rex vs. Therold HUnton which B fast rate. He checked upon the speed and found that the van was being driven at over 37 miles per hour. The speed limit on that rood for vehicle* of that type is 15 miltLADIES' SLIPI'I K> Each Ii"** SK1KT HANGERS Each Sl.BS PLAIN PAINTF.I) II Wdl K^ Eseh and other enticing items for making excellent Christmas Presents in our Home Products Dept. %  I, rillLDREN'S IH-XORATEIf BASKETS TELEPHONE PADS. Each NOTE BOOKS. Each COCKTAIL MATS. Set i:\UtftOIDt-RED llinONS. Each IMRROIDERED BELTS E*rh I. Mill s HANDKERCHIEFS. Each 16 IBB 1.2* 2.B0 IBS 3.SS I U CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co, Ltd. 10 13 Broad Si %  ^rV^^VV^r^rVVVVArVPAVV^rV l WV FOR BtSI RESULTS USE i>i itivv i nous IN THE C HECKER BOARD BAGS H. Jaion Jones & Gp*. Ltd—Diunbuiofi XiimTM' ,XniM H.l.. |. i MlHtlrtoHtii|i. yk :i"t „, V\ SMA10AI i ... I 'II a it km,. I ... \\\ XMAH OAKM II 10] I ^u card. .nvvlopM in a l,n> yN CAHDM I, "nveluiirn (•iniplf Xmn Or-etl.iKPric :r par box • %  I^BRIKT. WUTHIBBEAD? 518 I Til % WVWWVVV WVWWtrVI \ $t****tm^ IHII.Xk CAL-C-TOSE EVERY r#/* is itnn n smt xuiii \l. < rOMI LBS l I SB • I .'id Mm Hn...tr. ,1 dunk SBpaUBSHSlB IBS ISltsJtS of UkS r KUl-i db I frith nu.i .n >nall> sill mi amoun'a o; Bis vilaaataH siaa CMetasn Paoap stsja Ml IfSB It n r\ i* I.I ,..!.l..i whs dislike milk and .%  Miimfiidrd far ths igssl. "i.ul >r-iix \p?ctsnt .. d BBWSSBI muthers. KMl.lirs DHK; STORKS '-'*'''''-"''*'''''*'-'*'-'-'-'-''*'**'''-' %  '-'-''*'*''*':-•. %  -'.-.'.-.*.'.'.'.'.-.'.'.',-.'.'.-.'.'.-.-.-.-.-,'.-,-.-.•,-.> Of II OHM it Mill MASSBY ll. I Hit is ill. til iiijy im si i in. it run 9 Shipments are once BSS are adv..%ed lo book ( NOTh > 6 cyl U B % % %  P Diesel I %  Press button Bl %  Ball Pulley >* t Houi %  Stsel lily basvy loins "half-tra.* Tilt I KOI HI 'I'M it: \t TOP It \i Kl Ii li* "ii it si H\ let oRO ^^l~ x iios :'.'SS*'. *-->-.-.. COURTESY GARAGE ROBFRT THOM 1 Hill I I> M.I MHi.l 4SI0 '-'-'.'.',*,-,-,','.-.•,*-*.--•.-,*,-.', '.v.'///,vv, *,',-,-,'---*-'-',--'--. *;•*::'. wsssssss,::'.'-::;',::,','.'.'





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PAGE KICIIT BARBADOS AUVOCATL SATL'KUAV. NOVEMBER 17. 1*51 W.I. Tourists Then Lose Three Wickets For 38 Bowl Out N.S. W. For 239 The Intercolonial Rifle Meeting B> t> th> overestimated; JOHN* ., The unrtl (irifllU)' 13" Barbados rui .1 A Suit. .uiana. : %  "< %  •* .ire capable tneto from facing Lindwall on such a .surface Mow I will go on record with my eompietetv unofficial opa and point out that sate* art 01 tlnu-daas Importance to in,, w.v Inonaj with Bo siiort a lour and £40.000 ni|uin*d. Had the Wnl Indi. today before the 9.000 crowd. Saturday's gate with 1 dhin to watch would have been D afaVt Hnwfvei frith Worrell and Wnlcott batting n might e|l be 40.000—and a* it happens bo'h Worrell and Waleott ting. True — wicket* foM with Ratt) frequency—three for to.ir — iiv,. Bor 81 th.it Godd —always supposing he oarly foiled. Jones and Gomez swept t)>rough the opening bal old Ray Flock "on propl-.il up the Innings with 83 we-! In part off nuraaroui tuiltossr* I bO|M that cam,. I • arhtn ba noeded ihim No douht the island* 1 d Marshall %  Id ftae t,. *tay longer but In prskaral they showed i'! mastery of th. rtrorti team in AavtraUa W.I. Opened Their Bag Of Surprises (From nUNR MAKOAN) tented a serious threut to Tnnierrors were chased dad. Many 0/ the Trinidad shots wr had had little or no practice baand visibility was peifwt for hii:h meet in*, therefore, I was onnaf, l fr nkly rxpected an v surprised to find them improvement. The fid rule. baadtafl tba nrin lists in all Whet la the bull laava well •vents excepting No. 1 at 2U0 yds. a] Khere T. A. L. Roberts (Ban dos) shared llrst pi Manson Hlng. both having stage* up i" about .too yar I %  highly duuraed wit ...t the day Is nearer %  id when tba sun shine* Ui n we believe posMble. U sufli•-wntly dense as to have an effect At a meeting W the British %  oaMwhat similar to looking Went Indies Shooting Con through water Many unacSaturday 10th. It was decided P gbota I b s fl wa, are tta>< be mad* real to this. Is It any wonto Team to its effect was cler that Trinidad^s successes m Batty In 1933 Our fit %  What a grand Hung %  ( Iha KWISi was an outH would be for Trinidad to n:. • well flagged range on flat convinced that if the 1 I giound. up to 100 yds. Hen'-; materialise* it will do even better. OBH 'ti*i At WO v SYDNEY, Ho* r. BtUnaa was %  trsus the Wejt IIIortckel ground on .. powerful batting m a fi-i miiv <; three Of Australia %  iM.r.'L ,1 31. whan W \ Cyril iii(ii won with a possible at 600 yd performance L* deserving of IhO Highest praise, .since he had to ill in verv bad liitht. The general standard of winning scores was go**!. encouraging to note thai both %  % %  rounds) "<* won with |os*iM. In events Nos. I and 2. 200 yds. and 300 yds. respeiti\' on oaa top batsmen. Test player point off M real playan Sid dan's score of ws in lh> klley, making MCUrale ludgl %  Another f.ictor which h scoring is %  %  %  %  ikon 1 %  %  Stiver Medal Ineludad %  possible 0 r*und bOOt at 300 and tl<). hi %  ing the tour arrived at the ground his average per ranee of 47.S x 50| mil.liiN inquin-d the score, and wut a verv creditable perform-1 lekati tot row not. I %  ht.me„ h. W r ,ll< : v ," %  r>ea of the Writar Who Elton Crooks of Trim., sot to show That the! <"" u l 1W0 BWo > •5 rmm m Rae, Marshall, WorreU? The writterm bj annnlnj the centenary ill vigorously fanning Aflpegato, the Grand Aggregate star batsmen. The wicket Is fi and the outfield like a billiard tabu The stage is hopa the actors rheir parts. %  COM im*M' S.. .. a ik Wain llr.i St Ilrn*. t Walrolt b Jan, .if 11 <;..i K Mirl1 1 a W. l*a. — lir^ % %  !>. USI-'''I lb Uiidwall n*. u %  1, Miiif set—we must ,, have feamed Sciiftalioual 1 indies couiinue to figure in these sensation matches Ik tba First Tost and In Friday's game, world cricket, part Australian Accurate hostile bowling with all %  %  N 8 W letting side on Friday as it has not bean crumbled n the last daced*. The West Ini was more mt %  %  noal oi Australian Test side %  n a) y YOIIIII: Hradman ? A brilliant innings by 21-yearold Ray Flocktoii gaining g5 rung, pullad i!i> local ind the "All Comers". !! %  o be ihe most outstanding shot it the Meeting. Tribute must also be paid to G I Pilgrim of Barbados. This was his first Intercolonial Meeting, and so well did he shoot was placed a both the Grand and Centenary' Aggregate*. Uie acid tests ol E r>od steady shooting. Pilgrim as the right tempeiauit and other e-scntiul qualities that go to make a good marksman. If his Interest is main* %  sill %  ':i lo fu West Indies teams. Wxrrli —I oal Ktcasra. 0 bra Other promising til wan r. la-mlle. V OI* U ra W. Manson Hlng all of Trinidad Lasalle'a possible at 500 yds. war %  brilliant effort: he showed conut of the fire for sistency by placing 4th in the resulted in Qrtnd Aggregate and 3rd n the ORICIVTAL SOI AIVIIIS ( I HIUs AMIOIKs, j i \\ l l s \i:\ iNGfl I MnKOIDIlKII S i:tc. IIIWIS I'r Win. Hry. L :. Dial 3IG6 at .i: i> 111. %  %  r CRICKET AT THE POOL ;.nge vZ-LT \ . r "" ,,,p,] '" Grand Aggregate and 3rd in the riocktoN1 being ii rtl |il as an up and Centenary Aggregate "X" Class, .mning llradmai Hi was playing despite his being classitled as an OUJ Um NCOOd -puru In I State -M" class shot. Manson Hlng and M.IC now trtaly lipped to crash O'Neil were placed 1st at 600 yds. Aussie Test side It exand second at 200 yds. reapecclteda week-day crowd of 6.000 t,velv. It Is hoped that they will 1 Friday who saw 13 wickets fall maintain their Interest. Both thi West Indi 1 Laaaue and O'Neli arc small bore lost ihtc. wricket foi n runt In enthualMul who only recentlv The following playan will ra• ,' 1 '' N s w naal arore took lo the open range, which preseM Ihe Commonwe.iIth "'* %  '•' goes to prove the value of the Sports Club in a cricket match The world-famous Auaalt barminiali against HadlelRh's XI at Poo). St racltei renowned for upsetting K|ri mrt John on Sunday There ill be visiting leami with cat-cona and two prizes given at the end of <'id eonu 1 at the the match. One will IMgiven to P' "d by tlw Wesl lnthe lxwler who takes the mOfll "" lonOi. BOTVkkatf and the bataman who Jy J ii-.-i. f. %  top scores. Play begins at 1^ '"* "^ • dallyan of each ball oYlock wlucn beat u* The teams are: — CommonJ !" "* showed excitement by aaaslth .Sports Club: J. Graham turning his side to tin1.. %  (Capt.) E. Burton. J. Lrd. C *he end of Ids delivery taking a Clarke, C. Lewis, O. Cox. D. sharp kick In the atm. Aaard. B. Elcock. II Walcotl SI '' "' Il l'i.ilM.i!.liktnmeC. Blackman and C. DowneK. '' makiiig a soccer shoot at the Carter Is twelfth man. 8"* 1 „. . Hadleigh's Xf are E W Cave The WOSt Indies often loused Ihe (Capt,) C Raysidc F. Sea:v G ire of the same barrackers through loaS, C. Small. A. Mason. ;; *he practice of returning the ball Cook. R. Walcott. M Husbands. > !" wicket-keeper in an cxM. Brewster and O Estwi.k leisurely manner, unlei there was a chance oi being run OUt whin the ball flies tiack like %  .union shot. Nol Upset Such good-humoured I u i ing is f.iilini; to U| Ttwra nwdm] ..~tei.ni> ,i In0f| „,„,,,.,,„„„„„,.,! oolourfu. . Ik Qranl Brute on 01 1: Australia with Ibli exception of UL Ar•'O.T.C."' DIES AT CASTLE GRANT In "M" Class, Cadet A. WllllMins (Trinidad) and M. Tuckei Of Barbados shot brilliant;.. Tucker and Williams had scores In the Centenaiy Aggregate that were better than most of ^perts; they show pi at promise, particularly Williams who is still at Queen's R0j.1l I oUaga. Mi. Tucker accompanied the Itiirbados team .it his own expense, si. UUl wlUl 11.-lv ie.ip II just reward In time. Capt, J Serrette also did well In M" and his improvement In recen* months Is encouraging. The AIKIIOI the Waal indi i28. IS oonaUstrad by oil riflt '"•n I" be the Hlue Hiband of tuie %  hooans In tno %  %  1 ""• S ri H i l J d f. I*'" ^ 0 " 8 Um< Tneuxrrlstsmustbethe iinllsn Gulona 5 times and to bados 4 times. A (illAMl DAME %  %  %  AltMl.sHIN — f/lUo-aai OlcS..lrm All., nasaa *J W//XWI *, +**€ ** I had hopHl for | very West Indian turf whan the nail... „ ,,,.-,, [ndlan t.tba earn" %  **" %  '•" l > Cotooj putl O.TC. had to be destroyed. 11; Obliterate out of Telephone (.all O.T.c. arrived In tna West Indies as a gift from the IMa Lot %  Lion to the Bar bod.. Turf Club and when he .In.I .-. % %  terday he had been at stud in thl island for IT years. During his years at stud OT.C. was the sire of winners of races valued over $283,022.00 in Trlni: ldOa and llntish Guiaii 1, oagldai n It7-t8. WHAT'S ON TODAY Police CoorUi—10 00 a.m. Last day of the B.T.C. Hsce1.1& p.r Pakistan 205—4 gainst England LAHORS, raUMu, Ntn It. PaUatan needed SO runs %  •van wickets t,. fall to lead£ England On tlrst Innings ot bV ,,.. .. in th* j..in •daj im-' Woa nil, ncket Test here Friday! At Ihe el..-,, t.f tbg second doy*i phiy Poktilaji had scored 20! T r thny wicket* In answer ibbornly against curate bowling, hit 198 runs 11 leant Thursday. —C P. high score. I must n great disappointment when i saw Trinidad pulling away fron the visitors i, v largo margins The fluul toUiU were—TTtmda, 1122. an average or 137 par man Barbados 784, no rarafj per man; and Bntlsb Guiana Oil average of 129.6 per man ,It was a good shoot by Trinid'i -i they daaarra thair eletor: Crooks of Trinidad by puttm the top score 140 won th Cup, thus maintain!. 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I-M.l lll BAKRADOS ADVOCATI MIUIIIV SI.WMIIIR 17. I3I £a/u6 galling I'.li.i Radio I'rii-r.iiiiiiic PI Kg 1 i X L T. ( %  wife .v him eli %  %  %  %  captain huh c mi' .' %  ii Ti.* nidad won the > .laced Ihird. Leaving Today M . ; ;><-nay. She will also vistl '• ... t .-it.md Wing L A. Egglesni i I i\:l Aviation In ...(., ATM. Wing Comdr. on October .. regional inee%  vcring the South American and South Five hours .i day U.S. Heart Of Barbados S.P.C.A. T ir M IN page Human %  %  iwritten i>y in %  and UM niBolied by II ir.e Nai Tl N*a.. 1* i "I %  <-." S M p~m""7t .. all. i.SJ > Ha .,„„ .. ,, Hat>Hfp. 1 11 p in Mu.ir from al*ut hi aj. • p m Pi... rbauo i. : .*." J"? N %  Tl -1'l.AV lio.ii5V hv I 1 M"teJt . M.U m 111) a "" "l p *,. K-V..W. .Up.. Ad\lCBl*. r,„ Nawara*!. IM p m *.d.c W H'vlrW 'Mill.. ID W p IB TH Nr-. 1* If „ monthly puUIC.Uon, pubt gg, BTB. 'n 5£ ed by and in the interes of The IOIIAV QOODBYE.MY FANCY I M IX, t I \l.Getting Cold W tl VCR l see M Mrs.' Colles J. Coe arrive ai muM be gv i ip north Tin( %  fj m *|| nter and ycsterday_ they flaw lVi ,,, After iiiiiuiK every award open lu her at the Royal Academy of Ma ale, M.-, J. '•-• lea atlll practises live hour* a di> on her piano In her Hampalead flat. She la M. Tile J .lands Tor Joanm It used to be linn There %  i' too mn.. I.I.ITIahe *4\V Humane A mid the American Red Star Animal Relief III Kdllartel CMBa ttl n ato n Avenue, Albany York I .. in ; | ( olourful w..rd %  V. turn* to the difficult.?* f ebyj tb. i aj s i-.c A— -You % %  %  % %  strong enough to control this unhappy state of affairs. IJnfortUna ate the average Barbadian hai had the spectacle of suffering before hia ay long that ho now appe i M i roi,naMi HATUBOAY. NOVEMBER II. 115 laoi pn< IS SO pn H liapt -ia 33 p m Horn* and I'ti'T.IT unit V 111* Mo ao H I'M THE WINNER" from the U.S. via Ti B n i A !.. t %  rraaa" s % %  I || L "I%  last In Barbados on i whan Kiev left for their .. : No Claim %  nptataty blind to il. Our oily %  *•*. hone lies in our work in the schools, where wr havr ih.s year tevived our Kinds of Mercy and hope tor good resul 1 £4i.0uU lortu:.' gion printer is goin B.C. Arrival. MICHACL UI-ACKMAN Our great need li for literal .-ii ThUM-leaflet* and magazine* — deriving club r-Qaoraai M holder ot ., ...riger* from BG • 3t2 which ihe <.'im plaiM for Hart, riot w IA to *pend a couple voted to animal welfare sublcrts. B £ 12,1100 windfall to a <>' weeks holiday in Barbados, with which to %  upplemem the > a IflMlrM* 1 n '.' the former Jov She;irn. work of -he teacher* and volunj tccaS cd. The printer died Of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. tary apeaker*.'* testate in 19. leaving 116,0W; M..t V* ^I„,I,,I dollars. Since tnen lawyers havel W .V,?;. at rlea ( . examuwd 100 cUunanta to th HIU5 visitor! from Canada. fortunp wh)ch „ now lo to fllvW the U.S. and Knglond keep beiwM n l( drifting in by two'and threes dally, It cannot be said that the tourist season has officially started. While some of the hotels are rowded others are having thil S|X tT;C(n ihs ago. while in Coi - L-c -*in-. S-..ll.n -kl... RMWMIHin. Dumlif Pu...("llti or ! %  it Knrrcr AMI fwl o!J ** %  (or* joar Mm.. Kidn.t TruuMv U Uw iru•wnrk mv i that m*v function pnorlr and a**J h.ip ,-arMotaland maintain kMlta ana in|). • Half) KMlnays Dectar's Way Many dor>ri ha** 4hnovW b. adaa. ttflc clinical %  < %  %  and thai i sad • .r. I'll claan C,.t.l No BeiieVif—Na Fay h. in> firtl d<>a* .. Cr>(> !•' "S'l nh halnlns •• % %  it KUM"f 'mov -a I a (Jui-hn. thil maMri yo*l tal And ao r^rtaln i ton lnl Cnln nl .1 nlnaly IK* a>h *oa t* try n unlrt a OK—. birk fiuiintrf Y"J ha tiljud. If n.^ %  i*y ihry aah yoa la try it undr. a mon.v rk ru.r.M— Y"J ha tlijudn. If n.^ anlifly ailUnia Joat return llta ampla t.a< k. C,.'.. (I .talillla at rh*mlala id Ik* nvm** hack paarmnt-* reoir pi t III)I • rill I %  II.I i. hrlp il.. kli m and a. 1.1%  t^awrlptr Cystex; K I D N I r s LA D Df %  ...*, KHIUMATISM FORTUNE WASHi.r,ros three cousin FLIGHT BRUSSILS III for Mr pertta Klni*. Mr. .!. I*atock. lull before what they all hope an 1 penhagen, an Antwerp pigeon daimM ni-Mn, n KIIAWIM nnd Mr nan expeel will turn Into a storm In tuidm bought a priie pigeon .'oi While thev cannot p.inekeM FylllT o' th Torch. i,n f!: n,r tWo 9* tnret WP **J*his collection. To pravoni Grenadn Wedding lKeir uuoU of w j lurnte A T SI George's Method! tl f OI the meeting and there Chimb Grenada .„, al annul) Vene/i W I |MV< riuu holtdayers here on There are not many here at present i old ihfl indefinitely the lucky p. riion OUwrwl • • svsisrst. &£2£S£JZi Attended Oil. And F.t. "" •* %  ""* "" • Hi Rarmood BunT.II,. m.mbor ..I Iho sUilt ,.l __„„._,„ '", ,. Proof IndUn Tb. rrromony H?" 1 ,,"" C T" ."' AT SI Mary Church lo-mcwas uerfurmnl bv Rev Kcnnn.i *7 "'!?' „,. **' S ""."" w,n he,., The bri.le wax ,iven In nurrlw. ?'%'>'!£ """ SSfi rHu ?.t the rholr In, a l~al compclllnn l,y hor I WaM"j "" ^Sffi?"' n m H My Prayer O Lord" comMaattiw, wl,ilc Mils Daphne > rt '„. „i... ,J ". ",T. ?",?, :.„k.,ur„ acted as m.ld o( hon^ %  "MST'JJH S|„ JjJSST, W ,.[ ••.-our lojelher with Ihe Minn K. PnmiV r Mi I ..rk. ennroMd by Phylll. SI John and Gcor, l: ;,„,',„ , rv l5 nd To m me,ce hrldemalds i aa .t M.. Caliender, Ihe nev ly apMr. Edward St. John, also of Annual Mtfeting "rsanl.t at St. Mary's the staff of the West Indian was |_|'S 1I(N()I'H. the Ai'minlslrni ti i at work biirigli.: beslman. *1 tor of (Iienada presided ov.'r air Lark to the high slunlA rereption was held loter itl the annual Me.h-idist Missionary i the late Mi. TagHi., hotna of Mr. und Mi %  in Ri :.;i. tttotl will SI John where Ihe health of th*' tlemgr't. Hiv .1 B. Broom .. %  bow i.u he has nceaatlbrida and grooni was propoead i.v tba Bl Vincent Circuit I ed Hon. T. A. Miirryahow. tuest speaker, The races of course have bn.ug.it iurning homc nt pUvvr Ul )tii-llt>w mfn. boor band around he received a message from Copenhagen to the Lfecl thi i bii psgaon hi ed home after all. It WM *ti'l 1ng the rubber band bui its igj. wen damage* that it could no long. /j11 11 TODAY. .5 AMD 8 3. P.M. AND CONT.M'INO DAILY .^k. Ait now at COLLINS' PERFUMERY! VARIf I lit. Orchis, April Violets, Bond Street. I IS I III IIIC Tweed. Miracle, Reparlie. Confetti II Oil IIII. INS Chantilly, Fieurs. St-? Talking Point BY THE WAY Beachcomber i diKeniiMilatc group of peclantly fi thai clamliered ihe caplaii Beucj Mis Flobsler. looked like %  %  %  %  %  %  ..using >>y a typhi in the comfortable upper room of i enormous public house. i %  > %  %  .i 1 %  they eluattrad rtlon of dack, on b i' had been K'Hghly p,itche.t up. Immediately listed to port, and a huetomatoes lulled among them, spilling its contents. Move ..ver to the other 1 nod ific authoritative kit Harry Hedge* ti what had > bridge, and pelting Ma.tbe on a brass ba iMd quait.'IH, had struck Uut) mi to play gentle stuff %  hat wouldn't shake the sin I hint hi. innmOl .1 %  OsaT, Mind you. I T*HE bucket had started ...1 .1* ".. 9oler %  P*W | y "" ll S^*5S i brcoka sedge m K lv In /Hinning A FILM actress said the othc day that repeated marriage only showed that she v hard to llnd ltap| let she added, "And : ment." When George sadly, "My h. .. 1'. .. ., a witty Frenchman means a necropolis." Talking il „n-r ^yilAT we ieel> Mrs. Tuil-pifrv 1 glfled. lure Uimb.


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r K.I ii.i R BARBADOS ADVOCATI. SATl'RIIAV. NOVEMBI It IT. IS5I BARBArms^_Ai)\;(MrE What Are Sterling Talking rmM •* ... *-.... %  • •>.. lift, • ••-. •*•ttanaraes November 17. I9.l Balances? -k il the i" 1 -lavny abolished in 183 'H 4 v.-niliil period from i*miss'd as the "la-i few %  %  ni'V be overenerelkch all poUticlani make at electrtaln itatemente which Mr. Adan M. "ted Ui have made at St. Philip thiweek cannot remain unrhalV/bile ii is trua that the Barbados Labour Pi rlj I : u hi in adult suffrage, it seems to have been the intention of the Colonial nrion tn Introduce adult suf: ha V\ att Indies and it is most probable that the Electors' Associi iney been in power, would have dour the same thing. The Windwards and L e eW e rd U haw alao obtained adult suffrage, V/ithoul assistance from the Barbados Labour Party. While iu> one would deny that the Barbados Workers' Union has been successful in raiting the irajaa <-' workers m the sugar industry, il cannot fairly be claimed that employe i | in the BUgar and other mdusnave Dot co-operated witli the Union. They have played, no small part in pro mating tftelr %  O c ceee. The good relatiuns exbetween organised Wihour and employers in Barbados has been the subject of praise by officials ol 'he Workers' Union and by many unprejudiced observers. Mr. Adams himself publicly extolled the virtues of the Barbadian planters at a luncheon at the HastmKs Hotel during his recent term as Leader of the House of Aaaembly. it would therefore be very illuminating to know who are the people in Barbados "who are oppoeed to labour?" Mr. Adams nd the Elector.*' Assocti\ M( having copied Labour. There .anno! DC "uiui dilference between EJtcl l Wtd Labour if this accusation be well founded But Mr. Wilkinson with :> Labour 1'iirty has beei i tatein coming to power at a time when the boom of war time prosperity h -a I not yet reached its peak. To-day there are ominous signs that the wave of Il now receding and there is a to fear that no government, whether Iour "i Bleetore, ran preserve the advat.;.. barbadians have recently enjo; When Australian meat is being offered Ld Barbadian purchasers at 1*4 cents a i I ured with 4Jt cents per lb. the present retail price in the island) not all tht* Socialistic inuoriea in the world pvuvftnt hardship and suffering to A .II hol be able to eat meat, Bj concentrating too much on class hatred, and by appealing ta racuUiam the Barbados shown acute peychotogical political climate of .IKS Mr Adams has done well to pre; %  icin the kinds of excesses that are not uncommon In countries where the absolute control. pie in Barbadoa arc still insufficiently aware 61 the debt they owe to Mr. AdamV But not even Mr Adams has been %  ting the poliLabour Party beyond the stage which H hai BOW leaihed. The K -datum have recogere ba kng any con* the! between Labour and capital that Labour is the most important part of capital Not all the gold in Fort Knox can make the times' 1 icceed without the wilting a uprratlon of manual and mental labour The continued appeal to the past wlr 1 Labour Parly (mm the Blectoi ''in, far more than theoretical talk about nationalisation or rise, will not advance the cause of any Barbie h n worker What this island requires and entry is the united understanding of oil political part* con poliwuih miracli rteea mder1 .1.,. ......... I. fun" inge of heart pohiM LONDON. One *• mm "•' noi tree to !" ur. <"> Uie rwervei. dunn Uv |. ,. „[ g ou d business Attractive rnerves in the same .roporpr"^" Period ot dollar n ,ns. his and good food re great inducetion aa they pay into Inem. Some l ll> Apftli from all this, are we keeping coun naa.Uk* Malaya, will earn Except when ne whe lo bui ytaUgn am l tourists geiwrallv, sufficiently inSr-STiJUSy tt 3T S3. S'L^^-SSSi'.: I %  "- many thinc, 3 ii.ter... to them Kingdom, whleh na. a defl-lt in m .n-holder who earna dollar:,:and. at the same time, showing them what ila current trade account wl h ;i ri.ugh the sale of rubber is i*.'we can produce in this Island besides sugar the dollar countries, may take wonM on for having '.% %  ., pa.. rK ( ,13 related products? It should bo realm.iie than ltir> put in „, local curi.n.v. On Hie OtlWI ^.j ,(,,„ V1M ,„| s COtWtlvIlt* an efncieilt adfact, more man any band, he n |.,r.v M H. %  """ %  v '* """ r """' ""' hand, ne m.y ITTS ,n DuhlJ Slriii'S.'iiS """ %  '• ""' h '""" "** ,0 " hell.r off U '. S?t IhiTeir! ioouW ""P !" 1 "" ••' " ""•"" K.MaaMttal dollar oo,l ... nim?Take the r,~"1Tlh^ uoni '"polling" the dollar„, m c lh ,. lh „, hj, ,u.ll... "neToackwald"'^:, "Zw'X'^U UZ£ •""* &£??£ *" •-" %  -oredouarsou, o, S SSTitSrafS JS. K 1, IS -1 - 'ha, arjumen, %  *—ftT.fi !" Kt leas It had the facilities enjoyed ,.riisim'. medium and at no greet cost The ume may come when we shall be looking for outlet! abroad for many local productions I0 only available as samples. The visitor an t.ike such ^ample* home and spread the ;ood news to friends. VV> heard several prominent visitors last -vinter lamenting the fact that no handy ininrmation was available on the beautiful .rees they saw except the usual, unaatiefectory replies from uninformed chauffeurs. 11 OB-V 11. f 'I ho Dollartt I SuppoM>, for instance, that a 'Malayan smallholder produces a certain amount ol rubbei which nc sella to ; customer In the United Slate*. Eventually he will receive HI exilf-nite a cheque, payable In .dollars. Tlic miillhnlder prcae-vt* ,thls cheque ,,i the local branch %  tif Ins bank, and his account is : 1 reOUad with sn equivalent amount 1 of local currency In tin* case, Malayan dull,.!*. The transac[Uon, s.. far a* lie is concerned, la then complete Me h,.s sold hi: uat membership of the the country COQCC sterllric area, and none could ever Would it not be worth while producing SneAanTuMhal im P |e illustrated gu'de > coknu H that extent they will not wish to re <'y identification would be possible of the hope to build up through it. own rt c ; ^J^ to T!-?L fcJS n,,rc ,ni P rtant ,recs seen on country drives %  nfhvifua. ^"Z* !" S-2 SX -"rem purchatL^rom M of dollars as large as that in Lon,, K ,r,*d,Bni Th. ,* whet SLSHJT fl v its f r Sd;."JS ;;s -^a^eu^^er^ti?^ part ,n the sterling area system. •£%£"££ It JSSmfft Rut let u. now go beck and aw ^ ^^^ are complete) how our Malayan smallholder r unDkrtkttf p th( v m; and through him the Malayan there or ,. he llormanl for so ,„ people as a whole, are far.ng ^ VK can de||vc under this system. To take tho flnt case first, the smallholder, as have seen, receives local the goods I i -. the country wi*he* | rubber and received a sum of teiicy through his sale of rubber UK ne* In return. But What h..i '" resident in the United States. patM lo (he cl"llar? Deadweight it to buy anv of h usual requirements—food, clothTnese ure paid by the bank to ing. and so on. And since Malayi .he country's Flxchange Control t and the bank recelvea an equlvahe can, by definition, use his lolent amount of local currency, cal nuri'inv to buv ;mvthing he The doltarare then p*id Into wants from anywhere else In the f""*which quite obviously all the Central gold and dollars re*'erling area. (We are assuming belong to then rightful m s-rrve. of the sterling are. in h( has tieen successful In obtainUiet Is. to the country CO. London, and the country from |M *" nd "">" ''^T ''2^L' !" "^ ".^r 1 ^. ' %  lotn* ~i i. /.,4.i.w. when these are requiredl He t. U.K. to ensure that the sterlln, But to say that the U.K. is un tie, under present c<>:. mbaTof the strThng"area aai all the dem.n.1. placed upo. it is very far from saying in.it n has "seized'" the colonies' bal.... wni H iii lii'in . hlch they origtna'ed is crrditeil ""TV £!. with n equivaleni amount of 'Zl.TH!!, sterling, which then becomes a iioiireT liability to the United Kingdom. So far a* the country this case. Malaya) Is con"erned. it then holds. lnste.i,i Q| %  riven amount of United States are req il 0 free lo m • %  here within th> iVot Rigid So far. then, he Is i his balances do n<'t become a deai sterweight on its cononiy. fu s do Ur8 for ^ alavan do i„ form of pa ym01 „ or Vfl | uo w """nit hnlAnce |urs Du wn lt happi ns wh en have received In the past and al But before going on to sec what he wants to buy something from ready consumed. To this extent happen I fa thl %  • -sterling balances. America? A lot would, of course, therefore, we nrc merely puttim bad out what has become *epead oni What it was he wanted o(T lho day wl)en we w ,„ have t) f UN dollar*, These have now Xn m >': h" 1 'VLiiXiaehlnirv eJl P ort morr Xh n wc """"" Ir be.-ome part of the sterling area's K rt '^AV W h h> ,s? h^^U '"^^ to lm * n morP lhan w central gold and dollar reserves. J^J^Sj *£ ^rtSlTuciSci7la **** "5f* *"• %  >his If no. belong to Ihe milted gfff 9 ^ Klar? fi thtaMiff' !" ^ i*"" ,h W ot "V"" ,h King.loMi. which ac.s as custodian chase lhf|| romP from t he sterl'''*' balance of payments must .f Ihe central reserves, nor do .„mrm'm central dollar reserves, balance, for the disparity between hey belong to Malaya which „ nc | the amount of dollars that imports and exports must be fillO -arncd them. They iielong to Malav.i is allowed tn draw from with an equivalent amount of •;i.h ant) evOTf member of the ih, p : i-)">ndingly short-term debt, which represent-. Merllng al free lo paw raeuaid. future exports. \€ k \v*a From Britain LONDON „,,„_ „.„,„.. aaaaaaaWM "' "arming, nf lhc. trouble! thai Main Ihlnai have been .ai<' %  DA. ID TT.MIM.l. ROBtRTS mlk „ ,„, n w Tory aulteniy „ ut about Wlnaloa Churchill. At the %  %  . „ .__ w-1 ._ hi. word, wire lnst under the moment, the main point to aopreS' 0 ";,,'"" 1 ""l* JJE? ^ A J' 0 "" "' Phtl.l.n. talking about data .thai h, combine, m.xlrra' ha n """ JJ" Ch o,' „, h iii. %  "avlng the welfare male'or •• %  !lion ..l lone with nrmi l 1 ; 1 """' 1 "^"ij£l!S -„ 1 n "•• •£"<" "^ %  manner. **'*?", "3T!J2SZ£2££ ?o %  A B| "" T •"' '"~ard "ht a hnek to objervers ovtrjea. to are m „ c v | nte)m propo,,,, Tno The n. Oovcrn nt tbi> new hear that the llml aet of the new SocinlUU had a good lauh at rssrUELS!-.%  ha-Vnd'Xad;' all It. gun. bl .Ion Churchill had mmp grave iravn %  ..-....,...... !" .= ....(tB u !" ,!,!..:, Thr^i.c-. t? .K^ warning, to ,v f Hnli.h „l„ht BSfU. Bui It .ll.uld have ,urSoriX tauaiue? ^a. th,, And he announced the samVaS |in,ed nobody The situation that T|in 0 „T, "" -' 1O : ''" -**-' '." Ilk e" 'ho mea,urS the flS Part, mlghl have taken and been attacked for I Bui arhat hapnen, now? We are a^urcd that early n e,| your the Chancellor of the Exrhcqne, will come forward with .. ^:.:.. and FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CURDS Call and Select Early from \II.O< All SIAIIIIMIIl. 4 0oi>i:its FL YSMt.l 1 WILL .Vcw and vxlrvmvly effwth Tin and Spraypr. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 \on-lnflamnmbh' \on 'Poisonous Rapid Acting almost wh.it the %  unf'l B p aac h amounts to --and an extension of the Parliament.!! v receH to xi'e time lor the BOW Government tO think out how it is intended to deal with old ritu The Prune Minister's tone of voice through this dire and unwelcome speech was altoatthei condltatory. All ihe expertenead men Of politics agreed that the Ot* Prime Minister, with his long %  of the House of Commons had sized up its spirit exjiith If he adopts moderate measures, and reasonable arguments, he will ictain a firm hand over thl ret) unruly Parliament And the Conservative Government will tie firmly entrenched in power, In spite of Its comparatively narrow n i"Tltv I As for the defeated Labour Party—it Is still strong, and confident and cocky. The kind of factious and noisy opposition it has so far offered to the Ooveratnenl l* just the kind that suits Winston :"hurchill best. He can good Interruptions from the tefl-wuuteis. and there is nothing had lo be d.alt %  forward with a specti... nuoh more fundamental, protni-al for .i Conservative way to deal wi t n Britain's problems iheie have been some hints, and a g*-Ki deal of advice, from Conservative magazines and newspapers on what this should be. ut it is a bit early to make an. predictions. From the point of view of th. areas of the world doing business with Britain the present pr.)|>osals ara rather alarming. Britain is entitled to cut down %  > imports — but this does not help her to maintain tradinii contacts. In the long run, th Conservative programme wll probably lay more emphasis or axpajldttig sports rather than cutting imports. If there is one piece of advice orth giving to the people who nd in gardens alono, the various routes aken? We have an idea that the Alcoa Steamhip Co., is addressing ilsell to matters of his kind in their advertising Hie project is forth biveettgatjnej at, undoubtedly, there a demand for literature of ihis sort and the ourist committee might confer with some of he outstanding local artists with a view to v !v.n a suitable Huide which would be eadily purchased. It may be possible to inItitle therein brief facts on historic sites and uildings, keeping the volume to pocket size OWI VI-I ard to the more commercial aspects. i hicase that several shops in Bridge•JWII have minor products and hand made rticles on sale, but, in most cases, they are .opt behind counters not clearly labelled, no Ihe tourists instead of being able to view display at their leisure must spend considrable time in addition to much inconvenience of one kind or another—having a sales -erson fetch numerous articles from shelves nd inconspicuous places before a sale can be omplcted. The Gift Shop near the Aquatic Jlub comes closest to the idea we have in nind but the scope of such establishmcn; vould have to be broadened, not for the puri>-se uf making sales, but for display purposes illy. Thus, pottery, needlework, preserves, askets, hats and ornaments all locally made .nd neatly labelled with a card showing rhere the articles could be bought, should erve as a trade inducement and enable vision to secure their requirements easily and n the shortest time possible. Co-operation etween Government, the Chamber of Commerce and the mercantile community genrally could, no doubt, be developed for a *roject of this kind if inspired and fiiganlaeil >n the right lines. There may be other su^;eslions. Chrislman Cheer A walk around the Bridgetown shops repeals a large and comprehensive assortment! f gifts, trees, novelties, notions, decorative naterial, toys—large and small—of every deenption. The thought soon comes to mind hat, having regard to the existing economic %  luation, much of the display could have iwen supplied by liK-al enterprise, adequately nspired and efficiently directed. Take one item alone, that of trees: in early times, there was the family custom in manv countries of [ aising trees specially for use during the Christmas festivities, on which were hung various decorations provided by the family Members themselves. These included a vanty of confections, cakes, sweetmeats, toye, oloured tinsel, candles and so on. When the eason's celebrations were over, the trees %  ere planted out and others started for thi .allowing year. Locally, the Casuarina woulJ t the most suitable tree We need to capture 'in. nf this old fashion Christmas spirit and hereby develop a sense of pride and selfielp through greater utilisation of our home jrown and home made oroducls. ., .-Uli should h;i. v better than I iwd> been well understood by all Ihe ;j£ cul u? ,n C SJS W '* "*" II.H.J. o'f Common-* to aucll counlrv In Met. the election the P" d WJTling is now periou passed in a kind of currency worth buying. From a ll On the day following Winston euphoria, with the country preindications of C on s e r v a ti Churchill i quiet warning there tected from Us troubles by a l-lal l*dicy. it will be turned had to be a performance of v l bipartisan hol air. Hugh 'Jaitstrengthening the international || I rent kind. Frankly, those of S kell, the Socialist ex-Chavwellor I-osition of the pound. There has us who had to sit through the excused himself fror. b'ame for already been a first small step In lenirth* jeremiads of Sir Stafford not tailing the CJUIUI > the tough this direction. More will come. Ci pea on • if dollar tftuauon can fate in itore. He arae (uatifled. ui %  ureli with the budget anIhal Wt have heard it all hii own speeches he gave pleutv uounced next April. Fish The flying fish season has opened quietly. Boata are fewer in number and many of ua who have not tasted fresh sea food for weeKt now are disappointed that the outlook doe^ not appear too promising. The Fishery Office: has stated there are fewer boats as a result oi dearer equipment, including rope and othci accetaociee, It is hoped, nevertheless, that the investigations and advice of this Officer, ap predated as they certainly are, will result in greater catches by the fewer boats. A recen*. liBC news item reported recent heavy catches in England and Scotland with the full moon; one boat was mentioned as havin;; brought in a catch worth £900. Let us hope that the moon's influence will produce the same spectacular results to local ftshermo.i for the benefit of all consumers who deper-i so much on flying fish in the dietary duim the next few months. I'HONE (;ODI)AM)'S FOR The Ila in* CameThru The Claim Milk Fed r.dekens ave. 2Jth Milk Fed l>urk* a,***, %  It. Dr. --. %  ,( RabbK. ave. itb Froirn Nilmon I illel Hole Calves Kidney. Ov l.llBeef Suet H> RH MeCOLL) NKW YORK iccall all that song and dance tha. went on about the y.nn-ir. iking in upper Nm Vorfe Slate last Then the New York municipal saruaoritasg were cock-a-hoop at (heir "great success" in fighting the drough and vpent consideron mm ne For a while they basked in the warmth of popular ted loudly pooh-poohed tnj ttie dlrec: %  ikeri and rain Now things are rather different. One hundred and six y-nn.e damage claims have been filed by resident* of the Catskill Mounin % %  i all li>k therein-making experts at their word, Ihe) complain—and the totw the tidy little sum of £763,750. "New York City caused the storms that ruined %  .inplaint. And what is New York City doing about 11? TITLE NI u YORK Is considering a quick change in the title of some of Its official'. Their lob is defined v knj foreign diplomatic and ctldnllaries, and setting up appointments fur such persons." But in the hooks the Civil Service title for this post is "s*wage treatment worker." THE STOVE LLOYD MILLER, who lived with his wife and four small sons In a trailer near Somerv CooneeUetlt, said: "I really must KO and buy a new stove. Tha: one we have is no good at all." And off he went. On his way back from the vlUaie with the new stove he noticed clouds of %  moke above his trailer. The old Move had somehow been upset and all four of his boys, were WRONC. NUMBER IIARVFV MrXBFJt, aged IB. was wanted for a mail robbery at Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. But he figured, when he picked up the telephone in Miami Beach. Florida, to call his parents In Fort Devens. Massachusetts, that he was far from trouble. Wrong. Boston authorities, tipped that he call was being made, rushed one of their own to Miami Bench police. Long bat> had >-aught up on all the news from home blue knocking on the door of the booth. VBOBTABLB8 IN TINS Ciardrn Peas Kail Spinach Htrlng Beans Cucumbers Silted Almonds Insist on COM) BRAID RUM for your Week End Party J. & R. SANDWICH BRI \1> Fresh Daily BEER AND ALE Tubors Bass's Worth Ins ton Embassy In tins O'Kerte I inil.nu T.T.n Mill K BS Onaga Juice Aprlrol Juice I omito Juifr



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I> <\ MAI MBI R IT. IS31 RMil'.AIMiS ADSOCAtK P M.I -l\l\ CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST Is (oriwron costs ifou £ /a year D O you know the jmiinr ol Corrugated lion imix-rteJ 1111 tropic*! countries rverv w -ar ? The figure 13 a*fonih:ns>v high, anj alter allowing lor new NVorks the PUUCa represent; > h;avv forleit b lack oi taking proper rreci.ui.a Protection la easy with %  t t put a few >t xontil V.i-tto-nnJ r*'"tTBIrtJrcpintiilh. 1 %  • lH>n.cloifMulTiiMv. Iris ^0Ju WCKSVA-TRO-NOL nosi CHOPS High Blood Presort Men & Women ' ttwn II a* *.„—1 |IMMra Mfj a m,.r. -- thU Zu n„, g(t-tM*C4 Uf.aa* iilu> raai % %  -— of ,r,„ ( k Knn -rib. IM..I".III. < "•* %  "•..! %  •m|M. n > f HU,k I ..( IM. uj aM* %  Mraaura In Wad, 4 l'i-lh. Mlna |nj *— %  •• ol r jail) %  ulT.r BAJ TT. if r "i innpioiai. Mi "I-I < %  •*. takoa a, 1 utakae • i ". irw -taja. ... >..„ 'Ht Q. 4 a %  < our IftraiK %  • s Tite-ailsiala-. S|i iyliisii ii .IIMI Hnaii Sirri WINES— Usually Now Usuully Now Bottles Nelriteiner (1047) $ 4 00 $ 3 60 Buttles Liebfrnuiiiilclo (1(148) per c/l 48 00 42 00 per c/l Pkgs Macaroni .31) 36 Cheese per lb 107 100 Pkgs Jacobs Cream Crackers Beets & Canotn pet lb Bottles O'Kelfe's Bcci l.l 38 36c 26 21 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street RIP KIR13> BY. ALEX RAYMOND -*4TT£e BOOJ BE-AS* f,*cu-*a PMT-V OR --0-' — 1 TWO.. SkUatQ ON TV-SO.D s_s£.> "X* OO>IT nj •. .wv sce_c>'^n MX-£P :* BuOWNflON YWT^ % %  %  O. 6E.E.6 B--C* 0t*0./ TMC ^ CH/t*A BB"-E cxvf BA S~t Britain's MOHRIS Oxford makes motoring news! LEADS WAV IN 10W-C0ST Quality First" motoring Bbllt to in ret worldwiil demand for a univernal < l and upruni, for comfort. All seAta are wltbtDUiflwbMilbBaw. II can be driven no lone Journey-, with ou failirua to the driver. an>l iruiaea continually at hlith •peed wUboot %  trail. The Morrla Oxford la one ol Britain'* moat anccaairul world-appeal can. < -H real. a. .1 rhara .'' uj*Doctor IH* %  '. % %  I adwt Optra.* VICTOtT 0VII RUST All llanM nvd^a i#. KD., it ,s SUIIT %  onaarUB* kMora pajniux mit i>'*-*rta nia"" '" > ?* <, lt %  r^ai4.ap nr a n iwew Uitisala^asaaaatal* assaakaa. Biranatti i"Ht P^ANT: BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES :MEM \EA?<.' TI.E BCSSit'C-'s-T TWO-.' h ID Hon EM.' Htra BF IDLKE y"\.HEk£<.TMEh-E TO-/ V=V CWITAKe OVER.' PR0TEQ YOUR EYES "-i ay* •fcO J % 


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SUIKDAV. NOVEMBER II, IK1 RARBADOS ADVOCATE ; M. nun E Dutch ) iirlilxmim Toppin Wont* Tn Bush Fires Sweep or FX''fV/ / Calls Here On HorW Cruise • I t .in !',,,()| ibei S,r\ I Parris Gap laat niggit to listen to Bush flres sweeping through meeting of Uh New Sir.ilh Wall ^ fjiElector* Association. This mn' ThurodUy ->nd de>troyIni Bud on *•* h ld '" *"PP or of the candied SO bonMl In ihf suburbs. LJaml-i PIIIWM datura "f Mr A. R. Toppin for tig* wu estimated an Uc uurr aKUon la |lu M'IUM' of Aaaambc r'ulhun pounds. He will M f '•'"" '< n "" ,, : n Oeneral B~ St. LAI aai\ i nt n M i > ON TNI KMIt lr— HHIIKR i.l HM M BlwimM. at Kui< J Laacotk. K—W.. D BiMkrlt I'M TBJS||>\|> M Mc Namara. %  PtuUp. E Dubota. OWntKif R Oi?. M Nuno O btoic l-WWl CWrlHO'. -. IIM. •. f*n T—. •> %  ata#ii-m. %  ** %  %  ai.-.-t• • Aln. Nfuui it Kwarto. % %  Thrt)h *'" M H ,Jrj at Macorta. la T'*wn..> M BO*V9*T. II BaKlf. %  a. Denmark. %  • RrliU r-. .. i Aaoa rt-OU M •*• s fv" %  tentative of thi pariah of S< Mn i>„< I "H wan three years ago that Ant offered my service* to Uv electorate of the pariah." Mi J"'". 1 Toppin lold hi* luftenara. -I faded J. !" m SL^ .J W ..*. r ; I" gain election then but ao grea 3 ippeal 1 .upport. Ihal 1 area encouraged i. %  21 tor Barbados. | back home Curacao. Pananui "• Australia and South Ainui Onraal % %  i writ Baron V II .. .i Painted iinix-I throughout. Oarnurt i* :iT feet arlttWsf*. bow-pril. try"agaii 10 ft. 2 in-, wu)...rut hH .i ili.ifl %  1 ma. She ia Ml 8-tunner. lm aUaaah* ..ml trade ..mils hawa liirk oul> |o read Ins i uni|M jnd .ill.is liim plenty f re*t. The twtai >U>%  ••ii. are m attached to the UUer Uul the kei.-h becomes s. II steering. "Onruitt" relict, on *ail* only, she did II at an averagr of l mllea per day \nuterdam. The mott die did In one da> was 135 on the rotator, which with Ihe rarreni taken into annum was annul 140 mlle%. Ban v.,;-. ,-. MartK < OtlW MUa Maria UUI. H— Vtrtact. • Migiixpn Sk**i*. Mr MM words." Toppin "! fc-1 II Waal eonftdt-nee rind th.it is said Mi No r lerlnciiv Ci u.i I for lie had 'i" personal ambitionii ihai matter, he nU at) dagtn ti> !--• aattaad M purely the 1 %  be of service to lh: want to appeal Ui you U give me a chance to prove myseli V" ."'.'; jind i iim abaolutely -..:, i will not be dlaapDotn1e.^ Mr T.ippln spoke onvariou .. aea), hi the Interest of U* wilh the problem* confronting" th> inland. Ainufig IlKwe on the p',itf.i'•upporting him were Mr. J II llt g Wilkinaon. President ll Fran DO Ml?* HA Suburban Frank Put Frank Dc lumtor yard n bunMd. ~ %  "~" S While the l*0-mile wide wall Horn Of flame raced through the northarana.-. av mil ern part of the stab all before it. Sydney was encirrled by fires threatening many The fire* blew up a powder maaa.il>. in %  Hawcn Uv .nltUjry killing a man. and slightly •"!," *', n, D -^ %  adoring M -.thr.. uFTZuSFiJZ j^a." Thousand? nf volunteer tiret*t IKM\H \ arara woaiOrig Ji-h.nir „*££"' D ''*" D %  %, *• fu ri in an at.,",,. Horar* Tai, T tempi In |gln r,,ntrvl "V.r lha ra ANIMtAi %  tuir oil*-, ii. Mail an<| women stiaxl by help_— lesaly watihinic the'r homes and ptj rtjaajd through the heaviKI nbered area* north %  %  Coli in, oill a* cloaail at lha Para*. M-il ai J p.m a lhNUVMBT. IMI Ractatned Mall •JB OMinary Man ai l p m. a I.nl Kattnli. IMI N -Th*. .. Ina I..M ki..mf> ti(Deln>illt i .i, rear* Mart* l-ttiied Ku*k*t. •Ik-ii '%  .larfilrea a>J.ta* %  *The Salvation Army Annual Social Appeal In —I' I '•You're In The Arinv Now" Tally Qtafl'fl Liquettl Adjuurucil IMMU OaWaW %  11 etors Association and Mr Uoaxl .iiKine or electricity aboard. Dirk * rooking on a small A further repcTl of the naaaUnj H -nd ta uae. kern*" •'"P''-" "' %  %  ** %  inml lamps [Of liKhlinn. __^___^ %  Howevn i navf hud i varj %  %  .. DJUl naa been dune to lha laid. He w*a s lucky when In the Lay of Biscay to meet Northeast thigh allowed pleasant % ailing. "Nasty a %  .. t b I r typical of the Bay of Ba*CU wbaga tally gel l Southwest windi", he added. The only bit or bad ilurul encountered wa English Chauanel .nut Dnh put into •/Cow/.-s for shi'ller. dry docked Onruat on the beach at Las Palmoa and tarred her bottom. Though small. Oarsuat is reasonably roomy Inside and liaa accommodation for six. Two bunk.' t in the forec as tle, tWO midship. Touch With Barbados Coastal Station Cab* ai-d Wirrlaa. W I I t.14 advIM* %  h.1 iha em aa*> .-...' %  uiicala, ith U..idlMwlna .hipa Ihrauflh lhair Bartta4u< Coast aiaUon — II fauna. %  Cavino. is. HeHta Dal PacUVd. •• %  ap-.io. % %  Mocmoculf. %  • HaibaOt> r,. I T Kg.. maa A I IM* F O (luihHaar LM J-hn fct Itl-dom Ii..rvU< llank %  iarhaOa* Fminanr g M. Mmnias ain. mm %  A B. tVll. aaai IL.rt-aaVi Aq-il CTI* %  % %  DETROIT. Nov. IS. John Tumidanski. . who wound up in Korea when lie furicot to answer a very important OjuajMea on the drafl qucamn1 hursdav to read < %  vei-vthn.): mar CaOassll lr..-n Tumidaniki skipped over the pan which BOM *LM previous militai> aerVat rig said: "1 %  I wrote in there that I spent two yean In the navy in World War II but I now now 1 did not %  l M niv navy Chancery discharge papers but all I got wu, you're in the Army nn\.* buddy." woundKenneth DaUosta 1 SRt adjourned sine die by Coroner Ci. B. Gnituli Shipped to Korea he rtt r at the District "A" Police Court, cd last July. He enlisted the aid I th BaCosta. a 38-yeax-old of a Detroit newspaper and as ;ii> cb-rk. .bed at the General soon as he lecoveied he got his rjVrk Hospital on Novemhfi tl gftsn ha discharge. .nvolved >n a light with an—V.P. other man at a dance in QuM Park on November 10 His mother Alice Allder told the Court ye*terdny that she !a^ saw her son alive on the afternoon of November 10 before he _nd two back aft. Dirk"keepV'her %  t ' *• d /" ltt ^ uecn '; c ) Pan ^ I', rk. While at home that night Asked hw those small boats about IftSOshc heard thai heprove to be so seaworthv. Dirk " '"volva-d lna(l|hl and the Mid Ihcy can be easily thrown nn d ^dL?S!!L 'f? ^ —. about by ihe wav,. as they offer '" ** General Hoapital Mortuary Doual %  here she saw his body and lacnlicd it to Dr. Ashby who later performed nation. tnkes began in the 25*000 French Coal Miners Go On Strike I No resistance, big "hips against the wave* and more danger of being su tWHy dnmagod." nght DOL'Al. Pram Almost 25,000 coal miners went l strik.' on Tuesday in France's vital north-eastern district of i protest a Government instituting a BfM of |IJ per cent pay on medicament* glv''' %  en by tiniriasaara 1 sixial security %  Sporadl %  oaliield last week, but yesterday. 12,000 mine workers in Douai. Nord and Pas De Calais coal fields struck to rated the ap. und on the top lip. On openDeal „ f (hc Conimuniat^orninated The decision whether Hie 11.500 ,„g the scalp, it was found that ?J T I C Ll r T \ A iT!l!r Im ^ u,pu *-!£!. £• b i ,, tti,s t,,veicd wllh b L oud "Si SSW ,o A bv iio uk off the North German coast There was fracture stretching nistitshift workers Mult OliWiala i November 4 Is to be salvaged, from the frontal lobe to the back feared that the strike may be been referred to the Salvage „l the skull, in his opinion death long and could spread to other SALVAGE? HAMBURG, Nov Dr. Asnoj said thtt tho body .JJJ* nf the deceased was well noui. haemorrihe right ear and a Association in London, it was v .as due to sub-dural haemorr!:.rn.-.l here today. hagc and fracture of the skull. The Maipoi sank In Heligoland At this stage Sgt. Scott who was Riliht after png tn collkuoo with conducting Ihe inquiry lor the the I nited Stalaa troop transport police, informed Ihe Coroner that r.enrral M. I.. Haraey. it Is lying man has been charged with under 2$ metres of water, and manslaughter in connection with expected to Ihe death Of Kenneth DaO nlning dls I v ,1-1 V iimcuit—r.p. MISTREATMENT CANBERRA, Nov. 15. The Au-ii.,li.iti ilov.inment has demanded an iminediai. gallon into the alleged mis-treatment of an Australian soldier in a Canadian military prison in Korea The Stilur. newspaper, the n.ui> Teiecragh tiisi reported the incident. —I'.P. Mr biqi Griffith then adjoumetl the a sine die. RATES Of EXCHANGE U.N. PLANES BOMB RED AIRFIELDS TOKYO, Nov Ifl United Nations 11.29 Superforts flew through rain and sni.w-lilled skies Thursday ninbt auain to attack Communist airfields In northwaal Korea. Two Super forts fi Okinawa radar Ion -.1 ,i Kid strip at If tv rorn Juan blasted Namsi.— U.P. Give glass a new sparklewithout offort Cihttermg, spotless gUss. and no water needed — )Ut a little? 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SATURDAY,



Fighting Goes On|

Until Armistice
Says U.N. General In Korea

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Noy, 16.

_. MAJOR GENERAL HENRY HODES, the United
Nations truce negotiator, warned the Communists that the
fightin g in Korea will continue until an armistice is actually
signed, whether it be days, weeks, or months. At the
meeting in the Panmunjom truce tent, the Communist
General, Lee Sang Cho, asked Hodes for a definite object-

ive in insisting that the fighting be i i
eae é ghting continued during the

Hodes said, “you know
what that objective is. We
are after an armistice and not
a gain on the ground. IÂ¥ the
delay lasts four or five
months, the fighting will con-

NOVE



SOME EGG!

RHODE ISLAND, Nov. 16.
A poultryman, David Cooper

tinue until the armistice is ee ear ene on one hoe
signed, Or if the negotiations weighing about half a pound.

continue for two days, three
days, or three weeks, or
longer, the fighting will con-
tinue until the armistice is
achieved. You might as well
know: this now if you have not
known it before.”—U.P.

He believed a young hen in his
flock of 1,500 !aid it and said
“some birds in their spirit of
youthful enthusiasm do more
than is expected of them.. She
will probably settle down after
a while.





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_ U.S. Must Pour
More Weapons
Into Europe

“EISENHOWER PLAN”

(By WILLIAM RICHARDSON)
PARIS, Nov. 16
(,ENERAL EISENHOWER has convinced top

United States officials that the West must have
a combat-ready army in Europe by the new target
date of 1952, and that the only way t@ do it is for
the United States to pour a new flood of weapons
into this invasion-weary continent.

During his “Crusade of Washington,” partially
obscured by the smoke of Presidential rumours,
earlier this month, it was learned that the General
had sold United States policymakers on the “Eisen-
hower plan” for a medium-sized but fully equipped

“R 17, 1951
“DUCK”!







N.A.T.0O. Army by “he end of next year
- A esult, top United States
> \ lefence planners are reportedly
« 4 7 irawing up new plans to accel
New Plan For |i ssinest 2 'ithees Sikes
° weapons to Europe, and are in
“6 ‘ » clined to abandon earlier “explor-
Disarmame nt atory discussions” about stepping

up Europe’s own production

Plan,” as pre-
and the Joint

The “Eisenhower
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PUSAN, Korea, Nov. 16. e
’ : . 5 hiefs of Staff, would mean sip-
Colonel James M. Hanley, Chief D d d ¥ * ¢ , ay
° ‘ ) rertain be »
Eighth Army War Crimes Inves- eman e a} VYSHINSK} Ne sreatad the United
of United Bate fone auteeneee WASHING N, Ni 16 7" By R. BH. SHACKFORD States for use at home Shipments
isoners TON, Nov. 16. —_--- - . , , ; , »ARIS, No of United Stat valer Anve
ee : the Communists in Joint Chiefs of Staff have sug- . \ oembene: pty abry: . op poy Wakiow at ana : a TY Soviet erick Piet 1 Siler eat ‘ died the on esd Ga
orez oa 4 z : . ; x 1 Sovic oreign } t i
weal 2 we yard, He said in an[gested to General Ridgway that hh ! stump. Rae played back, but stabbed down on the ball too late, \ndrei Vyshinsky, proposed ot | gets in recent months, and Euro-
xclusive interview that altogeth- his United Nations negotiators and it went from the bottom of bis bat on to hi erman rel SOt SONNE had complained
ar the Chines monk Werte Wie: |witke ear aieass ty eoend ta Meee tad achat 3 bs o his stumps. West yor riday the agreement by February | pean Gov hac complaint
Reds have slaughtered 13,400}]munjom Truce Talks, informed ys reed | a aad sai 1 einfihes Fay possible:
Allied war prisoners, since the|Sources revealed on Friday. Oo bi Wa es Own he atom bomb. i | Ten macaisiuite, "eae: emia
rt gs of the war on June 25th,} The suggestion was reviewed at e e e vy ees mone See Rao 1 rae yy > Sieg
950. e said that of the total,|the meeting held by the State De- L F- ime in the general debate in the | Up. :
7,000: wae Wcute knee ones arunent welaier eke ak a n rance ; 1an inis er Cold War 1.N. Assembly after being pre 2. For, Pe manufac-
iia ati : , fence officials and diplomats whose | y ented with a white peace dove ui arm nerre ve s as
: An rom retracting his earlier|countries have troops serving in PARIS, Noy. 16 } | By LYLE C. WILSON ind after reservations against the he first course now appears to
and disputed statement, that the] Kor ‘ ’ | BEE i econd speech were raised by| be the more logical to top United
Chinese alone had killed 2,513 rs The Feeney Government halted te t ar | A tougt , are, ses aS. \ustralia’s R. Casey "| States planner
Inite Ste 7 : ? . im- é ough minde yermi i : g. ise ole a . ~
United States’ prisoners, he re-{ Informants said the move was ae ng od So ae ae named Ernest Reuter is alee After along tirade denouncing} During the past few Weeks,
peated it and enlarged his report]communicated to Ridgway several i seat ot oa . are his own cold war here ja Saag Western proposals for disarma~|N.A.T.O. nations have been “pre-
to include 3,757 Americans slain]days ago after top level discus- ea et wad aes. oe. = al PARIS, Nov. 16. the Russians, who press in ‘on hin. | ment, including atomic weapons ;Scnting assessments of their .eeo-
a Ten aT, Cy sions here. ‘They said Ridgway it, save the po ian Suaneial i < THE EGYPTIAN FORBIGN MINISTER, Mohammeal from every side. He thinks i y stages Vyshinsky offered hig} negmic and armaments needs to
—UP. ere cme signing Rn rain é j Salah El Din, rejected thé Foreign Secretary, Anthony pay break the Russian hold on | [ew resolution to the Assembly ie vaspporary Counell eenantt:
- . 7 hi ; ov y arlin in ae . pide M suggesting tee in Paris headed by ere
agreement had 4 Soadaod ad Finance Minister Rene Mayer Eden's statement yesterday on the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan aa ips Of years — vey | TuREOSIOE (Harriman, President —“Truman’s
Terrorists Kill measures to supervise the truce gece severe cutbacks to the] —to guarantee its defence, pending its attainment of self-|_ Reuter's theory is that the Three Questions i chief negotiator abroad.
and exchange war prisoners. Bee tela teeveats ae poate in government—as the “samé. old imperialistic formula to Russians will back down before 1 lhe U.N. Committee on core? From. these stated requirements
one ae 5 WwW mean a “uate” Britis : ,< : sustaine i ; a ‘chunae andes ashington estimates of
British Police Officials said the United|return of austerity to France for perpetuate” British rule inthe Sudan and put off indefiy- Reuter ib ond we potion. And} ventional armameni ung a omue | 14 stent tities ame
Nations had determi o|the first time sinc 7. itely Sudanese independeng f er is a bold man, Reuter is }ineryy suomi to the securny| oo, P | hs
i etermined not t e me since 194 Me, Hie tee ee) Lord Mayor of Berlin, and 4 i new time-table of arms ship-
SINGAPORE, Novo16." to a cease fire until the] Mayer outlined the drastic He started his attack on the Hritish by recalling that|some ways he fits the patt MH} Counc by next PebrOALY doPMD renter egperter to be resolved
A British police lieutenant and}agreements had been reached on/measures after United States Sec- a year ago the United Nations Assembly met ler Winston Churchill The me. of for une promibition “ot atomic | fore the N.A.T.O. Council
a Malayan special constable were |two remaining major agenda items, retary of State Dean Acheson and} shadow of war in Korea. H sal Heise et under the! inspires his Berliners Mayor | yeapons, une seizure ot existing] cate in Rome on November 24
killed, while 3 Malayan constables Officials were afraid the twoJother top American advisers cor- Hara, .'O fi a. © saic , thig year we have two He persuaded them that they production sites; and UsINg Exist ‘ : U.P.
and an Indian interpreter were}points could not be negotiated|ferred with French leaders on wars. One in Korea and the other in the country on whose| could heckle and harass the Soe ing Stockpiles —hencefortn onty ae
wounded when terrorists ambush- |Satisfactorily, if military pressure]American aid. behalf I have the privilege to speak to-day. sians on their own and they nat LOF STICT | PORSOUs Nees ~ x y
ed their police car in the Perak} was withdrawn, It was disclosed] At first there will be the elim- “It is real war waged upon Egypt by the c «(doing it. He said, “we are fi ae 2. The General Assembly re 15 KILLED AS
State. Communist terrorists took|that the United States and allieslination of all tobacco and paper claiming still to be its ally.” “Bt y the country | Sra ewe can (hun, uid Unit ; |commend to all Big Five powers | .
weapons from the dead and|have discussed the chances of set-|pulp imports starting today. Sec- —_— or eae . , |States’ forces are fighting in {the reduction by one-third of the in| ROAD SANK
wounded before retiring. ting a 30-day time limit on truce]ondly the elimination of coal im- | a e Din te age Egypt’s| Korea, but with other-means, We arms and armed forces as soon as | +
—U.P. |negotiations. This is tobe coupled ports will begin on the first of W B complaints against the British are fightin rind the General Assembly approved} COLOMBIA, Nov, i6
" : ) s § aa ea ; are z g with other wes 8, " ILOMBLA, NOV, 20
ee with a threat of increased military |next year. Thirdly there will be ants reak om : their alleged violation of|but with the same erarrisees” it hiussia’s resoludon | At least 15 persons were report-
action in Korea, if the Communists], cut in imports of chemical | Hgypt's sovereignty since the) problem in Berlin and Korea is That all states submit with-)ed killed and an unspecified num-
TASS PRIVILEGES do not agree to a truce within the | products, synthetic rubber. non- With U K canes, Cola: artes, and their! the same. “Jin one month of the passing of | ber injured when a stretch of
SHOULD CEASE wie ard tat thid eit he br at ferrous metals and synthetic tex- ° a dart civilians S Mane ulead eee Reuter calls his war a cold war.| te Russian resolution ait oe | highway between here and. the
; s ou i —U ‘ i ee ea ‘ven spar- It ras he wh«e . . | figures on armaments, including | Pacifi ‘oast « Buenav 7
' out by negotiators at any par- tiles.—U.P, CAIRO. Nov. 16 | ing women and children.” Aine his connie” dusk on ( ae on atainic WipADONS and wat Page yg Sot eee
us vetde aae @ oe ticular time. ; ‘ The Egyptian Socialist leader | sie Brief Account could withstand the 1948-49 Rug-; bases on foreign territories ‘ passengers were travelling over. it
for the stoppage of adarahis The United States is under con- PoBanksDynamited one Hussein demanded that! pe¢ leat “a British oo OM pated tn eee aoa an, Pere y yehing ? pany d the t West f | a ve ah were sent ; Jast
ot i aaa Taos os i Rata Zyp oreak diplomatic relations | ACCC dt § é cities and)\the air li developed and when} proposals for starting a study © nigh rom Buenaventura and re-
ee "rd awe pag ld i aeeen I ao To Save Town with Britain, unless Britain with. | oe Ore rt in Egypt, if} there was no assurance that the] «! armament ports reaching here said it was
tussle ‘ass 4 - ™ 4 > iis ; : ac - “| this’ is f wi Germe : ne “t by > of e . lieve . .
sittart gave notice that he will]over as quickly as possible. This ots wf rene pus the strife-| w) at war is!” a eee ie Wie te GR Oh or me ate i as aaa aes — { ee geome Ln
ask in the House of Lords “whe-|view is shared by United States i , disputed Suez Canal Zone. | © the sferre: TA eae se Bdnetis. vee couk e past, accept a plan|gineer of New York was among
‘ken Aiphcenatin ro eniars|omciais,. eat bs soe aet aaaa From Floods He delivered what amounted to gis ates to. the United The Mayor steams up his West-| such as that proposed by the three|the dead. He was working on 4
: < es : - . [ an ultimatum to the > | oie secretary of State, Ache-jern Berliners to demonstrate} powers whieh allows the contin-| paving job on the highway. It
ed and exploited by Tass agency|formula for breaking through MILAN, N Gove: e Wafdist}son’s reference to the denial of| against Russian ideas H sues , ; - i
will now be terminated without|Communist obstructions, ses » tov. 16, Wovernment. hittl PaaitS In Hanedty "and| thenteston proclamations. andl.. ed production. of atomic) was feared the death toll may be
further delay.”—-C.P UP The banks of the swollen Po He said that Egypt Lat Ad a gary and/manifestos, proclamations, and eapon: UP. as high as 21.—U.P
wR ee —"""* | River were dynamited in the|within 15 days—se 444 mye Act oem Werte He said “I won-| whatever he can think of, to con- Bienes eae selene tieendaas
barren section of the Po Valley,| warning to Britain that lage ite ee See he would} fuse Russian: propaganda, Every
in a desperate move to ease the |the Suez is evacuated within one|in the Cans atrocities committed) time propaganda boss, Gerart
uteh Yachtsman Ca Is pressure on the refugee jammed);month, Egypt will break off diy fri aie anal sone by his British Kisler, sounds off from East Ber
cit f Rovigo. atic ind ‘co ae )- | TTIENGS anc’ alles }lin about freedom and election
Y whe blasting Sd eS aaa Aer relation if for one, have no hesitancy in! Reuter begins to whoop it up for
: ee als * le Governme é 2 ame § a a “4
: after floodwaters inched to within! te prepare the Payptias aoe — ; the i _shametal and elections but right now. — H ’
ere n or r se ja mile and one half of the city,/a clash with the B iti } my ' at ir i“ a teh agereslons by the —U.P. oralio
j 7 ee fs f ritish, and if} Unitec ingdom, which consti-|
whose normal population of 40,000 | necessary, to per ; .
r ,0 ssary, permit all Egyptians| (ute not only a menace but also! r
was sed almos 0,000 th setae ais : ) als —— ye oe
DIRK TOBER, a 26-year-old Duteh yachtsman who is the arrival of pr be ‘civilian Tie aavooes i tt em ae eee | Nruman Fires Asst. VI sco UNT N ELSO N
" = , s anc » advocatec 1¢ signing of|and_ security.’ ip
. Re ‘ ; ; ee elief workers and a_ steady shi cnitiinn ae “They ar | , ,C ve
making a world cruise alone in his trim 37-foot ketch on ct sehkien Sibel ciate Pend treaties with Eastern They are tndeed a complete | Atiorney General Creator of naval tradition
Onrust, completed the fifth leg of his journey when he|younding areas. More than 20 countries, if Britain refused] 'epudiation by the United King- ’ . ry,
anchored off the Aquatic Club on Thursday people are reported dead jo, sive up its occupation of the| dam of the principles and decen ee Se he Saeeen wer Te maker of history
rit . . ‘ r r ana one, cies of the charter of the Unitea -resident Truman fired As- 4
a Books, cigarettes and the flapping of Onrust’s sails are) -ppirty men, women, and chil-}, If the Wafdist Government fails Nations.” istant Attorney General T. La-
Dirk’s company. And he gives as his reason for being} dren, marooned for 24 hours on|‘® @et within 15 days, Hussein ’ ‘ mar Caudle on Friday and House
alone on such a dangero ruise, “ it i slowly disappearing island in|S@d his Socialist Party will begin Second Cold War I investigators said in Wash-
gerous cruise, eel it is the only way |a ) PE g ; ; “
to be successful; there will be nobody to cause a quarrel |the swollen Po river were|a" active Opposition Movement. Salah E) Din read his 25-page|ington that the President acted
and hold me up on m ise.” He added : “] ‘i feel | S2Ved by Italian Army engineers. -U.p | address with tremendgus emotion. on the basis of the secret infor-
lonely.” P yr $ # ’ never fe€l!~ military rescue party also His voice broke many times, anc |™ ition they provided
oO I. . ‘4 was raised to a high pitch time 1e brief announcement from
snatched from Po waters a 12- 7 2 7 Bn | 1 tin ‘ m
Well over six feet and ruddy, Dhencid girl ei a T-year-old Peron Wins Again and ween eee d the West ededings ' vag —, headquarters
. Dirk hag been away from his|boy found tied a drifti ee ‘ es my. general sn ritain, in par-;per us audie’s resignation
* ound tied to a drifting tree BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 16 , ; ‘ t
‘ : ? iS, . 16 ticular of trying to pursue a pol-|was requ sted and received be-
Eisenhower Will home in Raens foe, theee months} in the middle of the current. The The final results of Sunday’s}icy in the Middle East, which|cause he engaged in “outside ac-
| Seek Presidency to seule ne 2 etn totes at. apes aa ies eapiayitione tn election gave Peron] would not have had a place even|tivities which the President feel
4 ec , ene rere r ately; almost a two to one majority | if e ddle Ages conan 145, be tible witt if
ajority |i the Middle Ages. His speech incompatible with the du
five years, rushed to hospital. | over the- Radical. Party cs 7 sp
e , Ne é arty candidate|brought to the forefront of the |Ues of his office
As ARe ublican On his last port-to-port run| It was feared that their parents! Ricardo Balbin on Friday United Nations, the E an dl In Washingt ‘audle 1
3 ‘ onal : A S j i ’ é ; 8, Lgyplian cri n ashington Caudle was not
nates P e Sonne te 2,sepseniiog Avlame pace swept away by the ee : nk sae rons «] a sata ‘ of iad a he did _ ask the! yells for «¢ cenenenss oral
, Nov. from Ima * pe ee a * roles anc Jalbin| United Natjons to take any ac-|ately. Attorney General | ow-
Senator Cabot Lodge of Massa- bados, he had no occasion to sr ae 2,331,310. —U.P. tion ird MeGrath Caudle’s immediate
chuseits said on Friday he was touch the tiller. Onrust did it 3 ; — 3ut for the West it created a|superior who had previously giv-
convinceq Eisenhower would run |" 25 days. W Ha 7 { ° econd “cold war” that is getting|en him a clean bill on a con-
for President as a Republican. b at te eile sarkadorisn small U.K. ill ve To ' Arab Warning hotter between Egypt and Britain| troversial trip to Italy had “no
He said he believed Eisenhower | 208 , considering that 9 3 ~a cold war, second only to the|comment.” But Chairman Cecil’
would win. Lodge has been much bigger boats take just as Approve J ca Loan A y PARIS, Nov. 16 bigger one between Russia and; King of the House Ways anc
selected to head the campai many days and sometimes more ee : - i spokesman for the Arab|the West, ‘Means Sub-Committee, investi-
iiig sou a ; mpalgn | gays to cross the Atlantic”, Dirk KINGSTON, J'ca. Nov. 15 | Middle East warned the Western| sating tax scandals, told reporters |
nate Ei en epublicans to nomi- thought. “I am proud of her.” International Bank experts now ; Powers that Jewish and Egyptian that Truman fired’ Caudle on |
“i is OEE What Di . here making observations in aj problems must be settled before EGYPT WOULD ACCEPT basis of information sent him by!
He told a news conference that],. makes Dirk so proud of |ceneral way made it plain today|they can “impose” Middle East the Cor it ip
if he did not think Eisenhower | is keteh is the fact that he has|that any big loan the bank might | Defence. —UP. U.N. COMMISSION iweehcreesare es o
was going to run for President built i pimpelt all to the steel|decide to give Jamaica would ; 5 BDIAN TO ACT AS oP ige he
as a Republican he would not be ee got made in a small |have to be approved by the Unit- NEW PRESIDENT I ae PARIS, Nov. 16 GREN going ara Z .
‘wasting my time” taking the |#lland dockyard. Dirk was for|ed Kingdom, Jamaica being in the! MAHACHI, Noviid | uivtiah deledetion te tie UNI. a ENADA MAGISTRATE oe
campaign job, the past six years in the Dutch |sterling area. Prime Minister Khwaja "Nazi a -< as to . U.N | (From Our Own Correspondent) FP “Z°
yi a ‘ ¢ « ) Pre ri ‘rence ax y CRORGE'S Seid : Me to
In a discussion of what the|â„¢2V% the last three years of] Experts are now overlooking |muddin on Friday was unanimous- | that a hy { pte heme ax eey ie BORG A ATeneOR,
nation’s foreign policy should be, eo he spent his offtime build-|industrial projects and having|ly elected President of the Muslim | the sending of U.N. commi ion Jarbadian-born Mr Ne. i
he said “ihe U.S. should build up ing Onrust. discussions with bankers the Gov-|League Party. The election fol-|to take over the administration |G: cade Vind’ Sanaa’ “appointed on
in anti-Communist world and Lif t ernor, the Legislature and the|lowed a presidential vacar f the Sudan and prepare helact as an additional Magistrate {1 |
obtain strong allies. Eisenhower a “ 7 fe Sep : ty mercantile | and industrial com-jcaused by the saSsination 5 fo free plebiscite Grenad ail the’ enA tt the| %
s doing a great deal toward Ob- | muteh we and are led Pease eye eee j Liaquat Ali Khan.—U.P. ; —U,P. ‘year
taining this. He could have done FS eliipnn-rimtnalfapiniii * wi
1 great deal more if he had the ledge af navigation. From a boy, o>
‘igteiana’t ee it was always his ambition to be- Deh,
divisions to begin with. Gola a lastce. He alwiss e P a \
—UP. Shad a enna for the sea and has OS ems lee Red ee
never done anything else in his O .
life. % .
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The ADVOCATE pe Ye < See pore of the NEW YORK, Nov. 16, at the fringe of the Republics of Sinkiang province since the est \ : | L
world and I love sajling’’, said The Stz Department’s Voice the Soviet Union, said 3,000,000 lishment there of C di poe ha eayily um gious persecu- | ‘
pays for NEWS Dirk, “and so I quit the navy on|of America said Friday that persons of the Islamic f ith hz . it pepe or ee es OEE ae ussia in - its} oil
; | August 20 to start on my cruise.”|more than 3,000,000 “Moslems fled Russia since early 1924 one he 4 eee fica Hort b | :
Dial 3113 |The very day he was free from|have fied from Soviet Asiatic Soviets crushed iin inde ean scape h ey ght rot a ce Ree to Voire/
D Ni ht ithe navy, Dirk put out from} Republics to esc Comr ence yement of the Turk 1 een . jave soug 4 1 ece ved of dares : Se
ay or Night. Amsterdam in Onrust. oppressior ‘ent A me diantus et hea ao nat t
He called in at Cowes— ome Phe Voice in eats ft oe a Middle Eastér ra AP
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: eae ee : oe ide 4 , JOAN CRAWFORD — ROBERT YOUNG — FrANK LOVEJOY
wife who cam i r ee . it , Daily Service, 415 pm Rugby League . as “ i a

sin dad iE enure page nine of Ui’ \ooinall, 425 p.m. interludes 420 pm | 50: “BLAZE BUSTERS” with the mon behind the Fire Fighting Equipment LUXURY TOILET

a) are r n October edition of cue Tip Top Tunes, 5 00 pm Rugby Union COMING DUE SOON "for Novello s— 5

e Col, onne ha . want Football, 5,05 1. Manchester Nove THE THING DANC SS
ational Humane Review, a vu. a DF vem ING YEARS
ist returned from Nationa c , lev . é 7" ber Handicap, 515 pm Music From (From Another, World) Ce t Technicolor MY SOAPS
, he took par. in the: intere publication, is devoed to 4 Grand Hotel, $00 pm Music Por|||— a Ss SN o
where he pe ; . illustrated article ab@ut the woik Dancing, 645’ p m. Programme Parade.| OISTIN The Garden 7. > N ,
colonial tri-angular shoot for the » SP in Beart 7.00 pm, The News, 7.10 pin News| ; : All | : y Lo
Cup. Mrs. Connell accom- of the S.2C.4, in Tervanos, 48 Acatvals, 9 ima. Benind Phe Seas Dial 8404 ST, JAMES . IN
him over but remained oa is written by 9. C.A'S, Hone 7 90 pm Pavilion Players }}}:ODAY TO SUN. 4.0 & £30 pm LAST SHOW TONITE 4.40 IMPERIAL LEATHER e LINDEN BLOSSOM e BLUE HYAC TH
ed him ees orary Secretary, Cecile Walco t 745—10.30 p.m.. 48.43 m., 3182 m.| || pripte Attraction! WEST OF WYOMING ee ee ee a ge ee oe ee
days longer dies + oew . 1 : : ‘
; ’ he y illustrations were F | OUR VERY OWN And FENCE RIDERS vw s
Col. jConnell was captain and the two aa 745 pm Sports Review, 815 p Hi: | || arley GRANGER Anne BLYTHE & |) Gonrio Tues wo pam: Mat” Sune pm
iMetos tearn which Gime supplied by the Advocate, ; Radio Newsreel, 830 pm _ Radic} MYSTERY IN MEXICO re ees ‘ 5 pet

“in the competition. Tri- Tha National Humane Review ree Brom ‘The Editorials, 1018 pam | || Viiam LUNDIGAN also "KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE’ v ~~ ae
econd in the omp' ‘ g - Pm rom e s, | || Sandy SADDLER Willie PEP Fight es _

won the Anchor Cup and is monthly publication, publish- Yol..° Faithfully, 10.30 p.m. All Hale. | |] 2° . = = Midnite Toni

Guiana placed third ed by and in the interes, of The

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Matinee: Today Midnite Tonite Today 4.30 p.m.
American Humane A*sociation C.B.C PROGRAMME

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NOVEMBER 17, 1951 | ran a ny Sane Reom for Two (Cinecolor) .
. ‘ SATURDAY, ED 1, 5 3ROWN || . Se :
and the American Red Star Ani- 4995 p.m.—10:20 p.m ewe | Hoe ent, fer BROWN |] and Zane Gre Jon Hall & v





Leaving ‘oday

Vi ae EGU LLSFIELD
i <-fcts to fly to Trinidad



: Husbands & Hidden Danger & . ‘ Lone Star Tra J 2 Bet sie ah
mal Relief. Its Editorial Office 10 20 p m,—1 35 pm Crashing Thro Haunted Trails RANGLE RIVER Johnny Mack If you're feeling out o-sorts, Get lp} called Cystex. Hundreds and hundr
is on Washington Avenue, Albany















pletely they ask you to try it under a money

To-day, 5.00 and 8.15 p.m. end Continuing back guarantee. You be the judge. If not

and place a heavy strain on your kidneys
so that they function poorly and need help

> ; 4 v y f Nights, or suffer from Dizziness, Nervous- | Doctors’ records prove this.
ot eh Maes Community | Whip Wilson | Whip Wilson Victor Jory Brown pai Backache, Leg Pains, Swollen Ankles, No Benefit—No Pay
T lew ; _ ee = SS a Rheumatism, Burning Passages, Excess ight
wuraing . Harbedes on Nover- Adler’ giving ®_colourt SS | hesaitys of Lose 9f Bergy and fash vid'ber | ,,Te ery, first dose of Cyatex goes right
a o Barbados on Novem- Aiter giving a colourful word op INNER” | \\y | fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true | [0 works Quickly, this makes you feel
; en aint aa eras ee 1 M THE Ww } ii pi { = like new again. And so certain are the
2 with her husband ing Walcot turns to the difficultie } G La 4 }| Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or | jakers that Cystex will satisfy you com-
mar. I Egglesfield, Direc- : alco $ t / ulties ft
te r General of Civil Aviation in After winning every award §¢ cing the local S.P.C.A.—"You SYDNEY.

» C.ribbean Area. Wing Comdr. OP" to her at the Royal Aca- would think that public opinion A 19-year-old Sydney boy pad-|

1” ” ly satisfied just return the empty
39 ; | “DOWN ARGENTINE WAY pets
ie elg left here on October demy of Music, Miss J. would be strong enough to con- died 18 hours, 32 minutes in a)

overwork may create an excess of acids
\ to properly purify your blood and maintain
)

ac i} health and energy. package and get agen sngey re MAPS
j : Don Betty Carmen The Nichclas , ve Cystex (Siss-tex) costs little at chemists

Dsvies still practises five trol this unhappy state of affairs, 100-mile Australian canoe race.) ae? ) >g s , : Bi ge eg Ls

t SAO, - ates South hours a day on her piano in (nfortuna aly fie average Bar- He crossed the finishing line in| AMECHE GRABLE MIRANDA ‘Help Kidneys Doctor's Way = { You, so buy your treatment today

; of ICAO, covering the South é : Z "



her Hampstead flat. She is = adian has had the spectacle of ‘se dark, found he was the first}
24. The J stands for Joanna. suffering before his eyes for so '28n in. But he had to wake the}

rican. and South Atlantic
. it used to be Joan. “There long that he now appe>rs to be .4dges to tell them he was the)
Getting Cold are too many Joans,” she completely blind to it, Our only winner. |

HENEVER I see Mr. and Says. hope lies in’ our work in the FORTUNE

Mrs,’ Colles J. Coe arrive at —LES. schools, where we have this year :
WASHINGTO

Seawell, know it must be ge - ; revived our Bands of Mercy and
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Many doctors have discovered by scien- for
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hope for good resulis. head r hers
make Barbados their home every —R. MICHAEL BLACKMAN Our great need is for literature gn re ad va geal : ae
winter and yesterday | they flew arrived from B.G. on Thurs- leaflets and magazines — de- ington printer is going 1.0 bring
in from the U.S. via Trinidad by day by B.W.1.A. to spend a couple voted to animal welfare subjects, a £12,000 windfall to a 75-year-
B.W.LA. -to take up residence of weeks holiday in Barbados. with which to supplement the ojiq irisnman, first cousin or tne
piss “ at tH Old Tre ; : His wife, the former Joy Shearn, work of the teachers and volun- deceased, The printer died in-
Jar ith them as usua’ are

daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H, F. tary speakers.”
Shearn of “Letchworth”, Garrison,
is already in Berbados, having

Are now at COLLINS’ PERFUMERY !
YARDLEWS — Orchis, April Violets,

3 Bond Street.
LEN TRE RREIC—Tweed, Miracle, Repartie. {i

vo cocker spaniels Lad
ind “Chi Chi"
The were last in Barbados on
May 10th when they left for their
» on Long Island.

No Claim

testate in. 1946, leaving 116,000

Not Yet Started dollars. Since then lawyers have

‘ r examined 100 claimants to the
come over a couple of weeks HILE visitors from Canada, fortune, which is now to te divid-

ahead of him. the U.S. and England keep ed between three cousins.
Mr. Blackman is Asvistant drifting in by two’s and three’s
Traffic Manager, Sprostons Ltd., dally, it cannot be said that the FLIGHT

i iE Barbados Flying Club re- Georgetown. TiS eae nee ay et gle ‘elie Confetti
ports tha the holder of Oher passengers from B.G. on ile some o e hotels are BRUSS . ;
tt lucky ticket 1362 which the same plane for Rarb°dos were, crowded others are having that six months ago, while in Co- HOUBIGA™ i ome Chantilly, Quelque
0 a free trip to Grenada tor Mr. Pertie King, Mr. J. Leacock, lull before what they all hope and penhagen, an Antwerp pigeon Bacio
; has not yet claimed his Mrs, R. Knowles and Mr. Dan expect will turn into a storm i” fancier bought a prize pigeon for .

or her prize, While they cannot pPlackett, Editor of the Torch.

another two or three weeks. his collection. To prevent it re-
ld she offer open indefinitely Grenada Wedding

The races of course have brougnt turning home, he placed a strons









A* St. Mary’s Church to-mor- was performed by Rev. Kenneth Cashmere Bouquet Face Powder
Servi

: pig oe oa ;
row night at the Evensong J, Payne. a is = ae vautens Talking Point |
Y © : e oat ‘ : ; once ¢ s S se, re
the contregation will hear The bride was civen in marriaye ©PCE at ES reer See 5
the clolr sing @ local composition by her brother, Mr, Arthur Con- t© Trinidad on Thursday night Power will intoxicate the best
“Hear M3 Prayer O Lord” com- stantine while Miss Daphne by Aghrne a to orite a ae. hearts as wine the strongest heads.
ar My ay A ste ' Ss ‘ aA pe ala~ x
posed by Sgt. C. Archer of the Blackburn acted as maid of hon- portant meeting o e 5 —Colton.

‘ r@: 14% = \@:
they are giving the lucky person ie : ,., their quota of W.I. turfites over ripper band around its wings. COLLINS DRUG STORES
unl 4heeA sce November: to Aâ„¢ St. George's _ Methodist for the meeting and there are the moo days ago he received a mes-
mee ema otee oadae re Church, Grenada over the usual W.I, holidayers here on , 7 ies ) | SS 2 =)
produce the ticket Otherwire a : sage from Copenhagen to the = Sigirhoenee? emeacet nid aespeanehenmeaehiaia
1 a eas allotted for â„¢ eekend, Mis; Ellen Constantine, annual leave. There are not many effect thet his pigeon had return- 7
the money they "have a % ie +e a Sister at the Grenada Colony Venezuelans here at present. E ae cere 1 | Py DENS 9 ,
he trip Will be given to a deser- Hospital and only daughter of Mr ed home Sc It was still if a
ring charity ¢ sy wi a See ae : . vearing the rubber band but its ( , -
ving eerie ene ee saat tas and Mrs. Arthur Constantine, was Atfended Oils And Fats wae "ere so badly “damage 7 f. he ‘ 7
lish the am rhe : as Pen ye aes - s § z ary . mo *
been done married to Mr. Raymond Hum Talks that it could no longe> fly 4 ad tél ovetiittdds a \ a 4
. phrey a member of the staff of ON’BLE Albert Gomes the X gh Sb
Proof the West Indian. The ceremony cor ee . apabenaier endian %
Trinidad delegate who was at-
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Police Band, This is one of sev- our together with the Misses Mr Gomes { Minister of e ° ae /
eral chural works composed by Phyllis St. John and Georgina 7 pour Wee Me A nee noe, Incidental Intelligence and hours, giving you BR 7 <>
Sgt. Arche Cenning as bridemaids. ‘ i =



; ° ARRIAGE is like a warm
Mr. Caliender, the newly ap- Mr. Edward St. John, also of 2 Annual Meeting ; bath—once ycu’re in it isn’t
pointed organist at St. Mary’s the staff of the West Indian was IS HONOUR, the Acministra- 54 hot—Earl Wiison, New York
Church: is hard at work bringing bestman, tor of Grenada presided over Post,

the choir back to the high stand- A reception was held later at the annual Me.hodist Missionary
rd reached by the late Mr, Tag- the home of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Meeting now going on in _ St.
gart. Sunday’s congregation will St. John where the health of the George’s. Rev, J. B. Broomes of

hear just how far he has succeed- bride and groom was proposed by the St. Vincent Circuit is visiting A iN A i | N G 1
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musicians that clambered the captain’s bridge, and now Maybe a stringed quartetit, if id
aboard the Saucy Mrs, Flobster, looked like a potting shed struck they was to play gentle stuff: | pin \T i
They had been used to rehearsing by a typhoon, what wouldn’t shake the ship to i HO f? at
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Once aboard, they clustered like they used to have outside

anxiously on a section of deck, on
the starboard side, which had been
roughly patched up. Immediately
the craft listed to port, and a buc-
ket filled with rotten tomatoes

travels again, and the worn-
out tomatoes were slithering
among the disgusted musicians,
Harry Hedges calmed his team

with a gesture. “Now,” he said,

the old Magpie in Bolton-street.
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out all of yer tryin’ to play at
once, But all this blastin’ and
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I dunno where the Hadmiral’s

“first twelve b of the Sousa
march.” The disciplined instru-
mentalists prepared to play. Har-
ry raised his right arm. “Give



rolled among them, spilling its
contents. ‘Move over to the other
side!” cried the authoritative

- 7 oe
Robert CUMMINGS «TEX GRANGER
> Joan CAULFIELD With Robert KELLARD

in the comfortable upper room of A bad beginning bits. Or a soler, Mind you, I like
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voice of trombonist Harry Hedges. | i s y oin’ ter sleep when ‘’e pays ‘is ‘Lightning’ fasteners ae arr Taree

an : it all you've’ got,” he- shouted , tai 5

There was a ragged rush towards , at be inate icanpeared DCX, Visit, for a more awful 9 are manufactured by | és ” Wed. & Thurs, 4.30 & 8.15

the port side and the ship listed #74 two of his men disappeared muck-up than ‘is cabin I never Pee 8 camopth and Hiab GIRL OF THE YEAR

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© starboard. This pantomime was three dirty planks had given way. agid isheve’s Ale che ine. tent , d Pe ‘LIGHTNING ' is a fastener to be and

wrtched Ly the amiable Mrs. Mrs. Withersedge laughed so ‘ e? iy noe abr bebah alka + BARBARY
ithersedge, who gazed down ex-

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breaks up,” said Mrs. Wither- Withersedge 5 ‘
sedge consolingly. °

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FILM actress said the other Ov" HUNDRED THOUSAND
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hard to find happiness; and I will Prodnose: That is the way you

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ment.” When George Sand said nothing to write about.

sadly, “My heart is a cemetery,”

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“ HAT we reely need aboard Prodnose: I st i
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on’s dukedom, (4)
’ briefly in a gentile mix
tu) 11. Untied variety. (4)
(Â¥)
thing fo jure lamb, (8)
i+
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20. Lighter upset, (5)
This ace may be crystal. (3)
22 On @ hill it will pour down, (4)!
2 dad but unfed, (3)
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE







. 4 ? = ‘* 5a Duilmes Davila, ss. Stude
Dutch Yachtsman, Toppin Wants To Bush Fires Sweep SEAWELL woe Re
ern, $s mpertal arlattetow n
4 x > 7 T Bulkstar. =.s. Telamon, ss. Fort Towns
Calls Here On Serve The People New South Wales ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA 7 acon te ee
. NEW SOUTH ee Wnt Ok BP ecsclt uae Rosario, s.s. Throsh¥m, ss. Hudra
World Cruise A large crowd turned out at * sc WALES, Nov. 15, From 8 oo Re 5. Leacock, F, Mseoris, $8. Tiberius, ss. Boholmen, |
Parris Gap last night to listen to Bush fires sweeping through xicwies D Blackett *{°e™ pdale, 8. Danmark. 9.8. Brida |
@ From Page 1 the political meeting of the New South Wales crept up on Frem TRINIDAD: ‘ , Seine, 8s. Lingyeilies 86, Aen Sin |
Southampton, England — Fal- Electors Association. This meeting Sydney on Thursday and destroy- en ate Namare, oF hilip, E _Dubois c
mouth, Vigo (Spain) and on Was held in support of the candi- ed 30 homes in the suburbs. Dam- §GNicen A Wiggins Estwic
October 7 he reached Las Palmas. dature of Mr. A. R, Toppin for age was estimated at several From DOMINICA: MAIL NOTICE
He left Las Palmas on Ociober @lection to the House of Assembly million pounds. A suburban ren Frank Diver. i, E. Begs. a 7
21 for Barbados. He will be 2t the forthcoming General Elec- lumber yard’ was burned. "Trike Mearora. Conrad Mclntyre, Dntshdl inane tae reel ee oe
sailing back home via St. Lucia, tims, as a representative of the While the 20-mile wide wall Norrel Alexander. s.s. Colombie wiil be closed at the Gen
Martinique, Curacao. Panama, Parish of St. Michael. , of flame raced through the north- sunbey g aS nt egy ruseaen st + 30 on the 2md
> * , “ 2 Z - ad % - ‘ .
Tahete (Pacific), Nev Zealand, It was three FOaeE age that ! ern part of the state consuming pep puERTO RICO: November, 1951, Registered Mail at 11 |
Australia and- South Afeica first offered my services to the gil before it, Sydney was encir- Mr. George Wilson, Mrs. Marilyn a.m, Ordinary Ma@l at 2.30 p.m. on the |
“ ae - electorate of the parish,” Mr. vied by fires threatening many Wilson, Mr. Aubrey Leacock, Mrs. Olivere 25rd November, 1951 j
Onrust was specially designed Toppin told his listeners. “I failed jiyes. “The fires blew ; Ifill, Miss Merle Ifill, Miss Victorine N B,-—This is tne last known opportunity |
for world cruising by J. W. W. C. ¢ gain election then but so grea ives. e fires blew up @ pOW- Gmitm, Miss Eileen Skeete, Mr. Brinn for despateh of surface Mails |
Baron Von Hoevell. Painted on snokes tO Wy & ek for der magazine in a Newcastle col- Jarvis the United Kingdom which |
green almost throughout, On- hetraane sat righ Baa aaa “ liery killing a man, and slightly Fer TRINTDAD: may be guaranteed delivery be-|

rust is 37 feet without bowsprit,

try again. . : tair McLeod, Irene Jack, Olive Mac
10 ft. 2 ins, wide and has a draft “In other --words,” . said. Mr Thousands of volunteer fire- Fer SAMAIOA: See Fae
: , . ore vere , i § ‘ot » Jar avies ober °
of 5 ft, 8 ins. She is an 8-tonner. Poppin “I feel it was a vete ot ere wee Working 24-hour wwii. 7 The Salvation Army
Twin staysails and trade confidence, and that is why I am Sifts all over the state in an at jnnes, Horace Vaz, Wier

winds leave Dirk only to read
his compass and allows him

here to-night.”

injuring 20 others,

tempt to gain
fires.

control over the

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7 Ane Among these on the platform : ‘s » Nov. 15,
No Electricity supporting him were Mr. J. H. che Tumidanski, 25, who
Unusual for’ an ocean-going Wilkinson, President of the es Mp8 Korea when he tor- ‘
ketch, Onrust has no auxiliary Electors Association and Mr. Lloyd “Greate Gar thn yon ar Give glass
; . red ers ‘ e draft question-
engine or electricity aboard, Dirk Mayers. : re resolve ~aday
does his eeakina: on a small A further report of the meeting pa | mee Thursday to read r
“Primus” stove and he uses kero- will appear in a later issue. eee ene more closely from anew
a hg on oe eral skipped over the!
3 ye a very part which said: “List previous For day aslernoon and evening
fine trip and absolutely amage mi C 9 ilitary service.” said: “ uF ee
oe =e nea age Tally lek s military service.” He said: “I sparkie—

taid. He was lucky when in the
Bay of Biscay to meet Northeast
winds which allowed pleasant
sailing. “Nasty weather is
typical of the Bay of Biscay where

one usually gets Southwest Lane, was adjourned sine die yes- you're in the Army now buddy.” effort Printed in guaranteed fast colours

winds”, he added, terday by Coroner G. b. Grufith Shipped to Korea he was wound- oT ( st colours
The only bit of bad weather at the District “A” ae ee ed last July. He enlisted the aid obtaina)le from all leading Store

Onrust encountered was i he | Kenneth DaCosta, a 38-year-o of a Detroit newspaper and as or hinds

English Channel and. Pass oe telly clerk, died at the General soon as he recovered he got his Glittering, spotless glass,

into dCowes for shelter, Dirk Hospital on November 11 after he discharge.

dry docked Onrust on the beach







desire to be elected is purely the
desire to be of service to the
people, I want to appeal to you to

deal, in the interest of the people,
with the problems confronting the



Liquest Adjourned

The inquest into the death of
Kenneth DaCosta of Chancery

was involved in a fight with an-



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





BARBIDOS NOerTE What Are Sterling

Printed by ihe Advocate Oo., L'd., Broad 8t., Bridgetewa

Saturday, November 17, 1951

HOPE
4

MR. ADAMS’ speech to the electors of
St. Philip deserves seriou. consideration by
the electors. Mr. Adams is reported to have
said that “the wicked forces ruled the island

for 300 years” presumably from 1629 to
1929. Yet, he continued, the forces of labour
have got them down in the last few years.

The serious voter will ask if the forces
were so wicked, how was slavery abolished

in 1833 and can the €ventful period from

LONDON.

One of the more unfortunate—
jand least necessary—results of the
present economic crisis is that it
jhas given rise to the completely
leroneous impression that this
| country is somehow “living off the
| backs of the Colonies.”

|

| This impression has, moreover,
| originated from this-country, where
| many leading politicians and finan-
| cial writers—who are in a position
|to know better—have spread the
idea that the late Government was
using the Colonies’ sterling bal-
jances for its own purpose and to

the detriment of their rightful
| owners. Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, no



alances?

(By RONALD BOXALL) This “quota”, of
dollars which a member of the
on them, up to an agreed amouni, sterling area is allowed to draw
to pay for their current imports from the central reserves is fixed

from the dollar countries. yearly or ithalf-yearly, but the
Y. . ° system is not rigid and a mem-
Exploitation

ber may have its quota increas-
ed when it can show good cause
It must be pointed out, how- why it should be. At the same
ever, that every member of time, however, members are dis-
the sterling area is not free to couraged from drawing too heav-
draw upon the central dollar ily on the reserves during the
reserves in the same propor- Present period of dollar strin-
tion ag they pay into them, Some 8°"°Y-
coun.ries, like Malaya, will earn f£xcept when he wishes to buy
more dollars than they spend, some luxury or non-essentiul

amount, or

and others, notably the United article from America, the Malayau
deficit in small-holder who earns dollars}

Kingdom, which has

EE ——————— +s —

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17,

1951



FOR FINEST
CHRISTMAS CARDS

.

Talking

Points

By OBSERVER
1

| VISITORS from northern climes are be-
|ginning to arrive for the winter. No doubt
{the tourist committee is exercising itself on
| behalf of the visitors in regard to accommo-
dation, amenities and so on. In this connec-
| ion, it is pleasing to note that the hotels are
assuming an unusually smart appearance in
anticipation of good business, Attractive
‘rooms, bars and good food are great induce-
ments. Apart from all this, are we keeping
| visitors and tourists generally, sufficiently in-
| {ormed on the many things of interest to them
and, at the same time, showing them what






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COOPER'S



“te ia |doubt unwittingly, contributed to its current trade accbunt wih jhrough the sale of rubber is no! we can produce in this island besides sugar
1929 iv 1951 be dismissed as the “last few {aes idea when he wrote in a ‘the dollar countries, may tak worse off for having been paic|and its related products? It should be real-
years?” | Hewepaper: Arsicle: out far more than they put in. jn local currency. On the other! 76q that visitors constitute an efficient ad-
| “The Socialist Party pag tle conte Gee a se, ae “hy, band, he may be considerably! vertising medium and at no great cost. The
‘ le a ee yo e other, that has given rise to the i is al t | +
But if this kindvef language may be over- | Service in public speeches to the j; x better of (8 he is anle to. buy



impression that the United King- essential dollar goods over and|lime may come when we shail be looking

dom is “exploiting” the dollar- ahove the value of his dollar! for outlets abroad for many local productions
earning colonies. This, of course, earnings.

noble idea that the desert should
|blossom like the rose and that
these backward territories should

looked as typical of the sweeping general-



isations which all politicians make at elec-
tion time, certain statements which Mr.
Adams is, fepiofted to have made at St.
Philip this “week cannot remain tnchal-
lenged.

While it is true that the Barbados Labour
Party brought in adult suffrage, it seems to
have been the intention of the Colonial
Office in’ London to introduce adult suf-
frage throughout the West Indies and it is
most probable that the Electors’ Associ-
ation had they been in power, would have
done the same thing. The Windwards and
Leewards have also obtained adult suffrage,
without assistance from the Barbados
Labour Party.

While no one would deny that the Bar-
bados Workers’ Union has been successful
in raising the wages of workers in the sugar
industry, it cannot fairly be claimed that
employers in the sugar and other indus-
tries have not co-operated with the Union.
They have played no small: part in pro~-
moting their success. The good relations ex-
isting between organised labour and em-
ployers in Barbados has been the subject’
of praise by officials of the Workers’ Union
and by many unprejudiced observers. Mr.
Adams himself publicly extolled the vir-
tues of the Barbadian planters at a
luncheon at the Hastings Hotel during his
recent term ag Leader of the House of
Assembly.

It would therefore be very illuminating
to know who are the people in Barbados
“who are opposed to labour?” Mr. Adams
himself has accused the Electors’ Associ-
ation recently of having copied Labour.
There cannot be much, difference between
Electors and Labour if this accusation be
well founded. But Mri ‘Wilkinson with
shrewd political sense summed up the posi-
tion neatly when he spoke on behalf of Mr.
Coward in St. Joseph. “If you suffer”, he
told the ordinary men and women of St.
Joseph, “we suffer: if you prosper we pros-
per.”

That is a self evident fact and one that
has not been sufficiently studied by the
Labour Party. In the long run voters will
elect to represent them, men and women
whom they believe competent to help them
prosper. The Barbados Labour Party has
been most fortunate in coming to power ata
time when the boom of war time prosper-
ity had not yet reached its peak. To-day
there are ominous signs that the wave of
easy money is now receding and there is
reason to fear that no government, whether
Labour or Blectors, can preserve the ad-
vantages which Barbadians have recently
enjoyed.

When Australian meat is being offered
to Barbadian purchasers at 94 cents a
pound (as compared with 48 cents per lb,
the present retail price in the island) not
all thé@!Secialistic theoriés in the world
can prevéiit. hardship’ and suffering to
those who-will not be able to eat meat, By
concentrating too much on class hatred,
and by appealing to racialism the Barbados
Labour, Party, has shown acute psychologi-
cal awareness'of the political climate of
Barbados. Mr? Adams has done well to pre-
serve the party from the kinds of excesses
that are not uncommon in countries where
the extreme left have absolute control.
Many people in Barbados are still insuffi-
ciently aware 6f.the debt they owe to Mr.
Adams. But not even Mr. Adams has been
sufficiently successful in elevating the poli-
tics of the Labour Party beyond the stage
which it has now reached.

The Electors’ Association have recog-
nised that so far from there being any con+
flict between “Labour and capital that
Labour is.the most.important part of capi-
tal, Not all the gold in Fort Knox can make
the tiniest enterprise succeed without the
willing ¢co-opération of manual and mental
labour. The continued appeal to the past
which differentiates the Labour Party from
the Electors’ Association, far more than
theoretical talk about nationalisation or
private enterprise, will not advance the
cause of any Barbadian worker.

What this island requires and requires
urgently is the united: understanding of
all politieal parties of the grave economic
conditions which are threatening. No poli-
tical party can work miracles, and the
awareness which is necessary to under-
stand the depressing prospect facing the
West Indies requires either a miracle or a
fundamental change of heart in Barbadian

politics. Nothing is impossible

| be developed. At qhe same time
jthey seize the Colo\ies’ balances
jby which these aesirable ends
could be attained.”

Tne fact is, of course, thay
neither the British Government
| nor anybody else could “seize” the
Colonies’ sterling balances, as a
simple demonstration of the ster-
|.,ing area system will show.

| The Dollars

Suppose, for instance, that a
Malayan smallholder produces a
certain amount of rubber which ne
sells to a customer in the United
States. Eventually he will receive
in exchange a cheque, payable in
dollars, The smallholder presents
this cheque at the local brancii
of his bank, and his account is
credited with an equivalent amount
of local currency—in this case,
Malayan dollars. The transac-
tion, so far as he is concerned, is
then complete. He has sold his
rubber and received a sum of
money in return. But what hap-
pens to the dollars? ,

These are paid by the bank to
che country’s Exchange Control
and the bank receives an equiva-
jent amount of local currency.
The dollars are then pid into
the central gold and dollars re-
serves of the sterling area in
London, and the country from
which they origina‘ed is credited
with an equivalent amount of
sterling, which then becomes a
liability to the United Kingdom.
So far as the country of origin
(in this case, Malaya) is con-
eerned, it then holds, instead of a
given amount of United States
dollars (or other hard currency),
a “sterling balance”.

But before going on to see what
happens to these sterling balances,
let us find out what has become
of the dollars. These have now
become part of the sterling area’s
central gold and dollar reserves.
They do not belong to the United
Kingdom, which ac.s as custodian
of the central reserves, nor do
they belong to Malaya which
earned them, They belong to
each and every member of the
sterling area, who are free to draw



is simply not true. If the prin-
ciple by which the United King-
dom takes more dollars out of the
central reserves than she pays in-
to it is questioned, then the logi-
cal conclusion of that argument
is that the colonies are net losers
in the sterling area system, But
they aren’t. No colony could
rupport its international trade un-
less it had the facilities enjoyed
through its membership of the
sterling area, and none could ever
hope to build up through its own
individual effor.s a central reserve
of dollars as large as that in Lon-
don. This is an important fact
which should not be forgotten in
any discussion of the colonies’
part in the sterling area system.

But let us now go back and see

how our Malayan’ smallholder
and through him the Malayan
people as a whole, are faring

under this system. To take the
first case first, the smallholder, as
we have seen, receives local cur-
rency through his sale of rubber
to a resident in the United States.
He can use it to buy any of his
usual requirements—food, cloth-
ing, and so on. And since Malaya
is a member of the sterling area
he can, by definition, use his lo-
eal currency to buy anything he
wants from anywhere else in the
sterling area. (We are assuming
he has been successful in obtain-
ing import and export licences
when these are required). He is,
incidentally, also free to move his
eapital anywhere within the ster-
ling area.

Not Rigid

So far, then, he is no worse off
for having exchanged his United
States dollars for Malayan dol-
lars. But what happens when
he wants to buy something from
America? A lot would, of course,
depend on what it was he wanted
to buy, but if it is something im-
portant, like a piece of machinery
he needs for this business, he will
probably be granted a licence to
buy it. The dollars for this pur-
chase then come from the sterl-
ing area’s central dollar reserves,
and the amount of dollars that
Malaya is allowed to draw from
the reserves is correspondingly
reduced,

The Malayan people, as a whole,
however, m@y, unaer present cou.-

aitions of worid trade, have cause

to grumble. The sterling bai-
ances, which, as we have seen,
are now in the form of a bank
deposit in the United Kingdom,
Wass ve weeaed for two purposes.
A certain proportion of them wil!
become the currency reserves o!
the country concerned, and to that
extent they will not wish to re-
duce them very much; the rest
they will want to use to finance
their current purchases from the
United Kingdom. This is where
the difficulty arises for the U.K.

is no longer in a position to meet

all the demands for goods whic:
are placed upon it. Although th
sterling balances are complete!
free, or “unblocked”, they ma:
therefore lie dormant for som
time until the U.K. can delive

the goods the country wishes ‘ | eadily purchased. It may be possible to in-

buy.

Deadweight ?

But to say that the U.K. is un
able, under present conditions, t
meet all the demands placed upon
it is very far from saying that 1
has “seized” the colonies’ bal-
ances, which quite obviously stil
belong to their rightful owners—
that is, to the country concernea
Indeed, it is in the interests of the
U.K. to ensure that the sterling
balances do not become a dead
weight on its economy, for the;
represent exports of goods whicl
one day it will have to deliver
And although these exports wil
not be “unrequited,” they wil
nevertheless be a strain on ou
economy since they will be in th
form of payment for value w
have received in the past and al
ready consumed, To this extent
therefore, we are merely putting
off the day when we will have to
export more than we import inp
order to import more than we
export today. Indeed, this is
simply another way of saying that
the balance of payments must
alance, for the disparity between
imports and exports must be filled
with an equivalent amount of
short-term debt, which represents
future exports,



News From Britain

LONDON.
Many things have been saic|
about Winston Churchill, At the
moment, the main point to appre-
ciate is that he combines modera-
tion of tone with firmness of
manner,

The new Government—this new
Conservative government — was
expected to go into action with
all its guns blazing. Instead, Win-
ston Churchill had some grave
warnings to give of British plight.
And he announced the same day
a stop in legislation—-for that is
almost what the King’s Speech
amounts to —and an extension of
the Parliamentary recess to give
time for the new Government to
think out how it is intended to
deal with old situations,

The Prime Minister’s tone of
voice through this dire and un-
welcome speech was altogether
conciliatory. All the experienced
men of politics agreed that the
new Prime Minister, with his long
experience of the House of Com-
mons, had sized up its spirit ex-
actly. If he adopts moderate mea-
sures, and reasonable arguments,
he will retain a firm hand over
this very unruly Parliament, And
the Conservative Government will
be firmly entrenched in power, in
spite of its comparatively narrow
majority.



As for the defeated Labour
Party—it is still strong, and con-
fident and cocky. The kind of
factious and noisy opposition it has
so far offered to the Goverffment
is just the kind that suits Winston
Churchill best. He can do with
some good interruptions from the
left-wingers, and there is nothing
he enjoys better than a rowdy
House of Commons to quell,

On the day following Winston
Churchill's quiet warning there
had to be a
different kind. Frankly, those of
us who had to sit through the
jlengthy jeremiads of Sir Stafford
{Cripps on the dollar situation can



(By R. M. McCOLL)

dance tha: went on

State last year?
authorities were

their “great
the drough},

success”

marvel.”

warmth of popular

loudly pooh-poohed



proof of any
roin-makers and rain

Do you recall all that song and
rain-making in upper New York

Then the New York municipal

able sums on the new “scientific

For a while they basked in the

gestion that there was little direc

By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS

before, and heard it done better
than the new Chancellor. R. A.
Butler, could possibly achieve.
Perhaps it came as something of
a shock to observers overseas to
hear that the first act of the new
Conservative Government was to
impose controls, make rationing
more stringent, cut down foreign
travel allowances, and reduce im-
ports. But it stpuld have sur-
prised nobody. The situation that

ARTIE'S HEADLINE





had to be dealt with should have
been well understood by all the
country. In fact, the election
period passed in aé_ kind of
euphoria, with the country proe-
tected from its troubles by a biast

of
make the new Tory austerity. But
his words were lost under
welter of politicians talking about
“saving the welfare state” or “set-
ting the country free,”

R. A, et _ forward what
are merely interim proposals, The
Socialists had a good laugh at
them — and have found already

that the country does not like to| item alone,

ome the O
its troubles. The reason for the
Socialist laughter was that the

ine remedies sounded exactly

tha measures the Labo
Party might have t ened
been attacked for ! — “s

But what happens now ? e
are assured that early next aes
the Chancellor of the Exchequer
will come forward with a specirtic,
and much more fundamental, pro-
posal for a Conservative way to
deal with Britain’s
There have been some hints, and
a good deal of advice, from ‘Con-
servative magazines and news-
papers on what this should be.

But it is a bit early to m ;
predictions. ; Pes

1
From the point of view of the
areas of the world doing busi-
ness with Britain the present
proposals are rather alarming.
Britain is entitled to cut down

her imports, — but this does not
help her

to maintain trading
contacts. In the long run, the
Conservative programme will

probably lay more emphasis on
expanding exports rather than
cutting imports.

If there is one piece of advice
worth giving to the people who
speculate in currencies, it is tha.
the pound sterling is now a
currency worth buying. From ali
indications of Conservative
policy, it will



be turmed to| brought in a catch worth £900. Let us hope , ‘
performance of a of bipertisad bot air. High Catt Ramee nena the _beraeptional that the moon’s influence will produce the | a 1
skell, the Socialist ex-Chaucellor, position of the pound. There has i ay t ’
excused himself from blame for already been a first small step in for th eee stele to local fisherme:: iC Miik Fed Cuickens ave. 2)1b '
not telling the country the tough this direction. More will come,|*? the benefit of a 1 consumers who depend })) Milk Fed Ducks ave. 53Ib }
fate in store, He was justified. In surely with the budget an-}80 much on flying fish in the dietary during |})} Dressed Rabbits ave. 2b i }
say that we have heard it all his own speeches he gave plenty nounced next April. the next few months. Frozen Salmon BEER
~ocmnetiiaeand aeiplaitincns ei thieinlipatineantate Mae Fillet Sole ’
ie A | Calves Kidneys D {
Ox Tails
The Rains Came-Then The Claim eae, AN |
: . ————_____________. \
Now things are rather different. ting up appointments for such WRONG NUMBER | VEGETABLES IN TINS ALE \
NEW YORK. One hundred and _ six.y-nine .” But in the books the HARVEY MELBER, aged 18, ( Garden Peas '
damage claims have been filed by Civil Service title for this post is was wanted for a mail robbery at y Kali }
about the residents of the Catskill Moun- “sewage treatment worker.” Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. ( Spinach Tuborg \
tains region—they all took the : But he figured, when he picked \\f String Beans Bass’s }
rain-making experts at their word, THE STOVE up the telephone in Miami Beach, — { Cucumbers Worthington '
they complain—and the total is LLOYD MILLER, who lived Florida, to call his parents in \ Salted Almonds Embassy in tins i
cock-a-hoop at the tidy little sum of £763,750. with his wife and four small Fort Devens, Massachusetts, that ys Serre meee O'Keefe
in fighting “New York City caused the sons in a trailer near Somers, he was far from trouble. Wrong. { Insist on Fontenac
and spent consider- storms that ruined my crops,” is Connecticut, said: “I really must Boston authorities, tipped that GOLD BRAID RUM Pennants
the complaint. And what is New go and buy a new stove, That the call was being made, rushed for your Week End
York City doing about it? one we have is no good at all. one of their own to Miami Beach P â„¢ ark +
TITLE And off he went. On his way police, arty
Bndtnlcn and NEW YO: per er back from the village with the eae eee enamine iar JUICES
g - vane ey, RK is considering a new stove he noticed clouds of Long before Harvey had { J. & R. Orange Juice
any g quick change in the title of some smoke above his trailer. The old caught up on all the news from i SANDWICH BREAD aad Juice
of its officials. Their job is defined stove had somehow been upset home there were men in_ blue y ; Fresh Daily Tomses Yeld
connection between is “receiving foreign diplomatic and all four of his boys were knocking on the door of the (i resh Daily Tomato Juice
envoys and dignitaries, and set- dead. booth. — 5

warnings of these troubles that| veals a large and comprehensive assortment
the |.

Pposition jeering at| was the family custom in many countries of

problems. | ome of this old fashion Christmas spirit and |



°
';ow only available as samples. The visitor om all!
an take such samples home and spread the
sood news to friends. . ‘
|” We heard several prominent visitors last a — ee effective combined
‘winter lamenting the fact that no handy in- nn and’ oprayer.
jcormation was available on the beautiful "
|trees they saw except the usual, unsatisfac- C.S. PITCHER & CO Non-Inflammable
ltory replies from uninformed chauffeurs. mate ’ Non-Poisonous

| Would it not be worth while producing a
‘simple, illustrated guide in colour so that
‘easy identification would be possible of the
more important trees seen on country drives
ind in gardens along the various routes
aken? We have an idea that the Alcoa Steam-
| hip Co., is addressing itself to matters of
his kind in their advertising. The project is
vorth investigating-as, undoubtedly, there
3a demand for literature of this sort and the
ourist committee might confer with some of
he outstanding local artists with a view to
volving a suitable guide which would be

oo ee Rapid Acting





SILENT KNIGHT
KEROSENE
REFRIGERATORS

2 ONLY LEFT UNSOLD

‘lude therein brief facts on historic sites and
vuildings, keeping the volume to pocket size
owever.
In regard to the more commercial aspects,
is the case that several shops in Bridge-
own have minor products and hand made
rticles on sale, but, in most cases, they are
.ept behind counters not clearly labelled,
nd the tourists instead of being able to view
\ display at their leisure must spend consid-
rable time—in addition to much inconveni-
ence of one kind or another—having a sales
verson fetch numerous articles from shelves
nd inconspicuous places before a sale can be
ompleted. The Gift Shop near the Aquatic
club comes closest to the idea we have in
nind but the scope of such establishment
vould have to be broadened, not for the pur-
,ose of making sales, but for display purposes
nly. Thus, pottery, needlework, preserves,
vaskets, hats and ornaments all locally made
ind neatly labelled with a card showing
vhere the articles could be bought, should
erve as a trade inducement and enable visi-
ors to secure their requirements easily and
n the shortest time possible. Co-operation
»etween Government, the Chaynber of Com-
nerce and the mercantile community gen-
rally could, no doubt, be developed for a
»roject of this kind if inspired and organised
mn the right lines. There may be other sug-
zestions.

Secure one for Christmas

DACOSTA & Co., Ltd.—Agents

DIAL 3378 ELEC. DEPT.



Christman Cheer

A walk around the Bridgetown shops re-



£ gifts, trees, novelties, notions, decorative
naterial, toys—large and small—of every de-
‘cription. The thought soon comes to mind
hat, having regard to the existing economic
situation, much of the display could have
been supplied by local enterprise, adequately
nspired and efficiently directed. Take one
that of trees: in early times, there

aising trees specially for use during the

Christmas festivities, on which were hung

various decorations provided by the family f
members themselves. These included a vari- |)
ety of confections, cakes, sweetmeats, toys,
coloured tinsel, candles and so on. When the
eason's celebrations were over, the trees |)
were planted out and others started for the |
.ollowing year. Locally, the Casuarina would |
‘9e the most suitable tree. We need to capture



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at DACOSTA’S

hereby develop a sense of pride and self-
help through greater utilisation of our home. | )}
srown and home made products. Pe

! l=

Fish ‘i

The flying fish season has opened quietly. (

Boats are fewer in number and many of us| \)

who have not tasted fresh sea food for weeks i
now are disappointed that the outlook does

not appear too promising. The Fishery Officer }
has stated there are fewer boats as a result of
dearer equipment, including rope and other
accessories, It is hoped, nevertheless, that the
investigations and advice of this Officer, ap-
preciated as they certainly are, will result in

greater catches by the fewer boats. A recent |
BBC news



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PHONE GODDARD’S For




item reported recent heavy '
catches in England and Scotland with the | {\
full moon; one boat was mentioned as having |









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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE











ee. ae Superintendent” Ruling ena

Ask Your Parents EXHIBITION In Christian Mission Case _Mr. C. B. Rice
And Grandparents AT LIBRARY “ELECTIONS IMPROPER” auned tremquaiiyy Beene









RIPPINGILLE’S

Thursday, of Mr. C. B. Rice ea
The Speightstown Library iter oe . i of the Tailoring Emporiur )
3 (banca ur we Briugetowa Li- THE CHRISTIAN MISSION had no properly elected Messrs C. B. Rice & Co. His fun-
—TUDOR SAYS brary) are holding a tree exhibi- General Superintendent or Board of Management during €7l (00% Place at the Werthury
{ 7 tai 4 ® a ont Ke > : emete esterda afternoon.
“on of recent Sritish Council 1949, 1950 and 1951, the Hon. The Vice Chancellor decided ~ Giarence Baxter Rice was bort O V E N
puLiicationas, when giving ue Abs the Christiat aa : Enaiat aA natin te
MR. CAMERON TUDOR, Barbados Labour Party can- Nineteen such publications, dis- comeaiie ing judgment in the Christian Mission suit ie: Hie, agony paces 8
didate for St. John in the forthcoming General Elections, P!@yed on a rack, present them- ~ a3 a ame ae Tha, : a _. ed the firm of Goodwin, Wilsor
told a. crowd at Edasoli® cn Churedaw niaht. thet euch selves to the reaaer as he enters Rev. Barrow and others had sought a declaration that a Ce. Trinidad tat. oxen :
8 y nig the door, Some aesal with ‘ine they were the Superintendent and General Board of Man- that field for Barbados in



things as increased wages, bonus or even holidays with Aris in Britain, Tne Years Work

on agement of the Mission in 1949 and that Rev. Hovte ; Here he joined the firm of Mess

pay came to them as a pleasurable surprise,-but they did and British Life and Tnought. ee were not , Rey. “Moyte and D Hope Tose & Cn. a head o
not know the nights of hard work and thinking devoted »eme come unaer the heading — _ : ‘ ries vd. others ‘claim the tailoring department. On th
‘ , . : : “sscasures Series’ and “Supple- TS a te ee Ss cra closing do hat part of thi

to this end by Mr, Adams and the members of his Party. dvita’ Se Wntah Wacerin upp ‘ t they were Superintenden. Closing down of that part of th
e h Book-news. abour Leader 2 ans M 7 business, Mr. Rice established hi

Mr. Tudor said he had always The Barbados Labour Party , The arts inciude “The Novel : 30-rd of Management iN own firm which still bears (i
d by Mr

been politically conscious and existed to bring the people tu 194U—50", “Music 1949—50" and ¥ r rT ang 8951 The court decreed name and is conducte
had always thought in terms of a level which they could not “Yrama 1949—50." Then there is On Tour Of Wi. iat neither Barrow and others, Alien and his ouly son Mr, Davi
labour and that was why he had reach before. Sometimes at the year’s work in music, theatre, Stor: Li! Winans hee : rs wh aan others, the wo sets Rice

in this showing found himself in night “when they were sleeping the film and literature. Two books , 4 ©. Eliazer, Surinam ©f plaintiffs nor Hoyte and others It was here that Mr. Rice, as-



the Labour Party corner. quite soundly, those of them Of British life and thought are ot. the’ Cartuba {de es soe aes Gee ee Le cee ee ee
im was running for that con- who had to lead them had to sit — satodicies in Pritain” and cate the lat + oe ce sti I i . “Britis A » Be t aho movement on ». Superintende a energ dard of tailo g and to launch

portah babes and he ‘cont theent tee pl ara = Sivcnmesea tance ” “Treas- half or the Inter-American Re- board of M nagement, "good business. He selected on hi
t 2 . 7 ; y = oo a : — g£ional Organization and the Inter- The Court Is 2cr } staff not merely the journeymat
o run in that constituency. a man like Mr. Adams was not ures in Oxford”, “Treasures in ue SOurt also decreed that a 5“ ‘ Pine ie a

“If I had been sent to any other shorteiing his life because of Cambridge” and “Treasures in an thee woe a _ n ating of the representative of Dut the artist and it wa the mot
5 a - 2 a : : . = “a + Geldticoii a é S to find out whether e Churches , » . ¥ 0 0 us firm to make only the
pent gta OH, o Rg ou Sockeye be — — © a bas ee Treas- or not the unions in the various January 1952 ted 2 Soa est ‘he name of the firm was
nave 7 : +“ & “* & em, 3 ries. iographies of Will- colonies are well organised and intende , 2 SuPer she indication of a high standard
are the same, my intentions the But We do not mind using up iem Burke, Bertrand Russell, Jane to help them to do so on the basig pent will be elected. of sartorial excellence. In hi
same and my hopes for you peo- our healths if it would give you Austen, George Eliot. G. M. Trev- of democracy... ne Oey VUcanens is Rta ee Un woe accent Bir Bice seals
ple the same. I am first and last some benefit,” he said. “I want elyan and Osbert Sitwell are the Mr. Eliazer arrived her ecember 17 when it is proposed jseq that Barbados was becomin,
a Labour Party man and have you to understand that if you “Supplements to British Book- eer eres Pegey se Yh that the final decree will be pro- a to ; 1d hi

MAKES

. : a sday "Or 3 l 4 »pular as a to st sort anc €
no interest in politics except to feel you really want to get on news.” Readers can buy these BWik ate ea an Bounced and the ques ion of costs popula; to Gags. ote v of oialann U K
serve: those who earn their fiving in life; go further than the way books 3 mae Gut Sete. ~ <5 i nara- will be dealt with, Meanwhile it building up a ound busine YO BR BA ING
by the sweat of their brows.” in which you were brought up, Early this month. 12 detective He said that at the te T.U will be open to both plaintiffs and within a few years. In 1925 he |
There was no personal interest then your choice is clear and novels were put into circulation Conference held at Milat n Italy defendants to seek a further stay enlisted the help of the late M1
that he could have in getting in simple.” at the Library, Among them were in July this year, a resolution “i? ® View to an appeal. Stenley,,Heath,.andthe name..o

ths House of Assembly apart ‘You should know your friends “Eternitv Ring” by Patricia Went-
from the satisfaction it would and separate your friends from worth, “All on a Summer’s Dav”
give him in working with the your anemies and we want you kv John

was passed for seven million dol- The: final decree to be pro- C, B. Rice was known far beyon«
lars (U,S,) to support the labour POUNced on December 17 will be te Caribbean. He continued t
Garden and “Curiosity movement in the undeveloped 2#t @ Receiver or Receivers, pre- ring fresh talent to his busine

EASIER

















Labour Party for the people. 'to feel that we are comrades.” Kills the Cat” ky Joon Cy “ countries in the U.S.A. and the {ably an officer or officers of @24 maintain a highly reputable
eae no heen ts i And just two days ago. “Your West Indies on the basis of dem- ®™°ther denomination, be ap- trade name
ory he cou ave throu a, Oo, Pattern Cutting” bv Sheila Mac ocracy. pointed and be given undertakings Ce ye : eyesight
that he did not have before. tt RR Fwan was vut into circulati to retain: intact {he nroberty of neck eet eens eyesign
. ¢ circulation property of compelled him to — retire fron
at hg ee to ae clone with two fictions. Asked about labour conditions in «he Christian Mission which is in business but the firm which h
him, they would be supporting, oF. Detective novels enjoy a good Surinam, he said: “There ave very the possession of the defendants founded continues to cater to;
in truth, not him, but the Barba- ro Ll e‘renlation at Speightstown, the satisfactory at the present moment. and plaintiffs. This will obte » and dis g clientele
ss e é * us ? : § obtain wide and discriminating clientele
dos Labour Party to support Litrarian. said yesterday There is plenty of work available un il the proper ‘lec 1 In private life Mr, Rice was
their own defence, athraria siid yesterday. for all classes, the vGMeka aren iSnnes, 5 I per election of a 1 private ife Mr tice Was a
Managers and Planters who be ae all paid er ‘ae ai os sienere! Superintendent and Trea- Charming person ality with a nat
“The Barbados Labou; Party visited the City yesterday were Stole Svear ployment.” ; surer is held, See ee a Ns dim th
have rescued you from the hold all pleased with the progress of ~ Mr, Eliazer is President of che , The case arose out of a con- “Ve i Be iaicried oe Me: Fahey
which your oppressors had got on the canes. “Some are so beautiful Cane ° Fined Surinam Trades Union Council t€otion in 1949 some days beiore who predeceased him, He leave
— o the past,” he said. I my- th.t they give .he appearance ~ with a membership of 43,000 and # Meeting was to be held to elect to mourn their loss one son M)
se ave not experienced the ef- that they are ready to be reaped”, fines totalling $27.96 were im- also President of the Surinam 4 General Superintendent, Tne Dave Rice and Mrs. Luton Skin
poy = ore but my father one planter told the Advocate. posed on otfenders during we Minors Unions and the Surinam Defendan.s, Hoyte and others, ner to whom deepest sympath
nt hi oe See ens He said tha. since the crop week by Police magistrate mr. Workers’ Organization both com- Claimed that Hoyte who was the Will be extended '
of the hell np wean thro a mt ended this year they have been %. H. Nurse at District “E” Police prising 25,000 members, previous Superintendent had | \
impressing upon me “he aay getting continuous showers and he Courts, — Loan Bank Started sought legal advice and had been rE |
beaters Ghat; tues eahetl fel ae caer thinks that because of this the The highest fine was one of Five months ago, the Surinam told that ag the Chris.ian Mis- UNLAWFUL POSSESSION |
children of his if we did not do island will have a record crop $14.86 put on Kenneth Griffith of Workers’ Organisation and the “\0n Herald, in which notice of a
anything to change the conditions "¢Xt year. Ashton Tenantry, St. Peter, who Surinam Minors Union started a meeting should be published, had Acting Police Magistrate C. L
of the masses in this island.” “These showers may cause some was found guilty of the larceny o: loan bank for their members with £0ne out of existence, the meet- Walwyn — yesterday entence
Mr Tudor said he mentioned worry in the Scotland District and Sugar cane growing in As..ion a capital of about $72,000. This ing scheduled to be held was Lester Bishop of Halls Road, S
that because | they might not low lying districts which lack Tenantry. He was given 14 days money he said, is for the purpose illegal. Hoy e’s counsel argued Michael, to one month's impri )
believe that he had their interest adequate drainage”, he said. in which to pay the fine with an Of granting loans to their members that because of the non-existence ©OMent with hard labour for the \
at heart, He said that on his way to the alternative of two months’ im- at the rate of 1% per annum. of the Herald he shoula continue UJawful possession of an iron: }\
They had the vote then. Why, City this morning he was especial- Prisonment. Griffith appealed, Speaking of the political set up to be Superintendent. wheel. The offence was commit }
he asked, did they think it had ly delighted with the look of canes | Tone Roach of Cave Hill, St In Surinam, he said that they had Though Hoyte did not a tend ted on November 15. \
been given them? The other in the Sweet Bo.tom area, “At Lucy, and Elise Campbell of the a Seoren Elections in 1949 the meeting in 1949, the plain When asked by the Police hoy i
people did not give it to them the Annual Industrial Exhibition Same locality were both fined $5.52 eee. the new constitution, In tiffs, Barrow and others held q b@ had got the wheel, Bishop couk
and there was nothing to press we are expecting to have a better With an alternative of one month's a oe Provision was mecting and elected Barrow as]®°t sive a satisfactory explana }
on the Labour Party to give it. display of canes than last year. imprisonment for inflicting bodily ™@de for every man and woman General Superintendent. Hoy e’ |#on. He was arrested by Polis }
But the Labour Party felt that We may even have a new record harm on Herman Armstrong. Both ev the age of 23 to vote for meimn= counsel argued that this was not Constable 152 Lynch attached t 1) Oa mR Vv * , 4'6!
when they had a vote they could for the amount of canes to a hole’, Roach and Campbell appealed. ae te eee eres 4 proper election, the C.L.D., while in nossession of NEW DRESS
ake me * ei irs. said. a * * t.. or ‘0 e elec ions, 1e Coun- The Judge eal . . ca the wheel on Church Village Road ZAVE . ya's”
They ante 2 Reeoe ar gens Wee rain also has its dis- . l/Sgt. Rice, who is the N.C.O. my neon | members, eight ba on fia to Selene tee fice St Michael, Hy : SEA PERIALS...OPENED FoR
. s Ss 7 3 . a * ‘ " pee oO who! ere 2lacte, £ seve 7 . , + 5 r 4 ¥ . Tr
that they should have a say in advan ages. It is hindering us * cunts of enertese Police emmuaceind” taek ¢ we “achat und also that the meeting for the] _ His record showed three pre- THE AMAS FASHION
how they should be governed. from reaping the yam and potato Ost, was sta ioned at Distr ict ‘E labour candidates election of Barrow was improper vious convictions for larceny P. é e
They had to feel that no matter crops as fast as we could have Police Station from Thursday to “ng. that the membBeret Rev. Barrow and his party were PEO ooo oS : 5 eget te
5 eed B : 7 - oy > acer staal y the e members c " . S party were | (2-888 Z : ~. |
mney ota nase . ee done in dry weather.” He an aot oa si eae the Council has been extended to represented by Mr. W. W. Reece, sere airranited wis |
ey should have a hand in their e has taken over from Set. , , aie wg K.C., and : ; ar i({ BRODERIF i .
; 4 ; 21, the Labour Party has gainea-®:-C- and Mr, J. S, RB. Dear in- . l ANGLAIS
own destiny. Clarke who is on two weeks’ * : er ia kc rs & 0) :
“Our hon feel,” he said, “that 7 leave, oe seats and the people in ee ee — a ~ ah Buy your NS ||! In White, Pink and Blue
We ahGhidithe- Hake” Shan miman Diseuss Burials A * * ° § uri lam are in a more, favourable png BE fi oi ev. ry e and his \, { Several Designs from... . $3.65 to $6.30 per Yd.
beings if We did not give you 4 The Assembly Singers of position than they were previous- arty were represented, bv Mr. 1 1 1 4 \i EMBRO!IDERE ‘
help. When: we seele-to-give your With Bisho Speightstown are putting in quite \Y he said. oe Adres, spd a D HL. XMAS CRACKERS ) ul ’ ; on teED , ORGANDY
children better education, and , P ‘number of practices each week an : ritertans “ats Beaty by Messrs. Car- 4 7 { n White, Pink and Blue
you yourselves better wages, we he Superi sertain ©© the end of staging a Christmas ‘ f est ars an From $3.39 to $3.6
, perintendents of certain ’ ae r ; The judgment , 7 m $3.39 to $3.61 per Yd.
do not do this because we want non-Anglican churches in the Music concert at the Assembly Letters Of eedacannw pote Po the . Vive »y i CRINKLED GEORGETTE
your gratitude. No, we feel that island, met the Lord Bishop on Room on _ Sunday _ evening, Mat are aan nt ote oe 1 ’ S|} : eee ae
this is our duty.” Thursday and discussed with him, December 16. Administrati Sunday Advocate”. XMAS TREE S In Nil, Maize, Pink 9nd Blue at........ $2.02 per Yd.
th . ittal to th at The choir is being trained by u ation | Z 14s MOSS ‘REPR
The work of the Barbados Ahern church yards, “of an Mrs. Joshua A. Haynes \ ' , MIN CAEFE
Workers Uni as bei ae ra parcs, Pia g : a In the Court of Ordinary yester- - qh) n Pink « > ‘ -
eee) ae ee hae individual by a imisister of the pee ne * eee erent pee rs i. ‘All Was wiet On DECORATIONS KK | 1 Pink and Blue at.. ibis $3.00 per Yd.
; a individual’s choi and not ;. The inquiry into the death of “> on. the uer Judy 1¢€ n « |) SCREEN PRINTED S
been done had been done because i®dividual’s choice, and not neces . ; granted the petition of Rhoa KK | {) WB! q SATIN
a -deterstinad ane oe ho Sarily an Anglican minister as is Elmer Jordan of Sand Street, ovis of Rock Hatl, § . 2? In Gorgeous Designs ; «
0, detemtined ney or oe Arik eaha Spzightstown. will be conducted m. Sas is af tox k wi Die At Election Day early from 6, | {i iorgeous Designs at ..... $4.30 per Yd.
: ‘ ; e This matter formed part of the today at District “A” Police Courts Migtration th the antite. wit ‘ \ NYLON NINON
gether and fought fo; these subject of a petition by the before Coroner Mr. G. B. Griffith. Adrninistration to the estate with IN GRENADA Wk i ) 0 SS | { White only at 9 &
things. c : y > ; a j Will annexed of James Arneph« ATHERHEAD'S AK | (\( y a. isavenes $2.59 per Yd.
We “want in Superintendents to the Governcr Jordan died at the General oct “lite of New York. US UME AY yt) ee on , a
is, + one en, Deeps a dotne Aveults “aap Hospital early Tuesday morning. 2 ert rent, OSA. Ses ing y' » in . ‘ M * , ¢ itte . spite > . ale NED: Here Wi ¢ ate or é 5 / J > Slew «
unity and know that when you , Superintendents S. E. White oi He was admitted to the Hospital Gf Spooners Hill, St. Michael, quiet on election day in Grenada Caley's Crackers and Batcher's | } In White, Pink, Sky at coco $2.80 per Yd.
support the Labour Party, you Seventh-Day Adventists and Wal- on November 9 after he was in- Attorney of Gordon Pilgrim f the elections were very uneventful Harlequin with Toys, Etc, at 1)')
are not doing anything for Mr. te" Tiesel of the Church of God, volved in an accident along Sand New york, U.S.A, for Letters of and the results were not surprising 3/6, 4/6, 5/-, 6/6, 6/-, 6/6, 7/6, SS | | _—_——
f {

told the “Advocate” yesterday thet Street with the motor car L-—132,
the Bishop who had taken up the ¢riven by Mrs. C. Birch of

yourselves and your children.” matter with his clergy, had given Paynes Bay, St. James. | also granted. n the week for the Oils and Fats
Could they imagine, he said, th © . grouy’ the assurance of 7 2 | Two other petitions were grant- Conference which opened at Hast-

what would happen if the Bar- his co-operation, and had said that = Ore inch and 33 parts of rain eq) One was the petition of Ber- ings House on Wednesday.

bados Labour Party and the the clergy had also assured him fell at Sneiehtstown up to Thurs- tha B, Best of Seclusion Road, + “I am very hopeful and optimis-

Barbados Workers Union disap- ‘hat they would work towards dev »isht this week, sccording to Black Rock, St. Michael, spinster, tic now that the elections are over

ight? solving the problem. rainfall reeords at District “E” for Letters of Administration to and that Mr. Gairy has been elect-
peared overnight? They would The sugaintendenta RURRERURERG SpAlion statinn. or o ation to ri wairy has been elec

Administration to the estate of said Hon, J, B, Renwick.
Cecelia Pilgrim late of U.S.A. wa Mr. Renwick arrived here earlier

Adams or for me or the other

9/6, 12/-, 15/- and $5.60 “A
members of the Party, but for \\

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be no one person who could go the estate of her sister Verona ed on the Executive Couneil be 7K -
he Church of God, the Seventa- — “Ap ated { ; +e : ae inds at 16c. ea,
to an employer and talk anything ! # , ; Best, late of Seclusion Road. ause the responsible positio 4 - Cae
on their behalf.. If the Leader Day Adventists, the Moravian, the £3 FOR SPEEDING The other was the petition of which he now holds should bring "IN Kinds at 18c. ea ») DRINK
New Testament Church of God, the 7 i iaarna a Sataiy SEL STARS 4 cee :

and the Party were to give them Gospel Hall, the Church of the Justices H. A. Vaughan anc Clifton A. Williams, of Welch Vil- met: 5 a * sizes 16c., 1/-, 1/6 and 2/6 i
up, employers would feel no Nazarene, the Pilgrim Holiness A. J. H. Hanscneil in the Assiswani lage, St, John, for Letters of Ad- he reason why many of thr XMAS TREF ORNAMPNTS
eet to treat them as hu- Church the Fandamental Baptist Court of Appeal yesterday con- pe ane Fs of Wane of = pba a ate sheusnt desira Balls, Bella Birds Pe «
man beings. - ' ‘ . Stated f M . c. L, father Nar es 4 i hams, ate ble had not been done was no! Prices from 18". to 3/. «

Many of them were too young Weuae Pentecostal Assemblies of a iidivet tisteen “A! Poliee Mag. ©f Waldron Village, Christ Church. the result of neglect, but due t TINSEL ICICLES 1/9 box of WS -= =
to realise the seriousness of his rd istrate, who fined Alva Hall of Mr. W, Farmer instructed by very great difficulties that car 12, §
statements, but they could ask - Lightfoot Lane, St. Michael, £3 Hutchinson & Banfield appear it be easily surmounted, M\ Little Brass Bell 3c., 4c, 7 )
their parents and their grand- for exceeding the speed limit fr, the petitioner. ‘ et psn Rye Pha ik Ho Bg GL SALLOOND 9: Hinds »
parents what it was like and how CYCLE RIDDEN iar ariy a AZ tne eae as The following wills were ad- “cod tourist season now that ever: | > Prices from Sc. to 12¢ S KLVERY Cup
the Labour Party had come and WITHOUT LIGHT Baitaie. aaa: . mitted to probate:— Alva Frances ‘hing has settled down to norma |W Also ) 4 “
was changing it. gb ganar 9A against Mr. Wal- Putz now Linley, of Christ Chure he s< and added: “there 4) « ae & Green Cord. SS

” a é a é § . . . is « ms ‘Nem- prospects ae . , ( ags fie. Pe ( . ,

to Pee faaie ee ee A fine of 15/- and 1/- costs to wyn’s decision and was further pany’, ot gto oe a aa a kg " reasonably fi « tans bas ne 4 SS Ss A DDED
them hut they Sankt only make on paid in seven days or seven ordered to pay appeal costs which ’ a : ; KC Mistletoe Strips ihe. ea SS

at hele x ays’ imprisonment. was imposed unmounted to 9/8. The fine is to Stolly Spray 5 ( “my Asn
Senet aoe when they had on Cyril Allder. He was found fy» paid by instalments or twe al 2 SA “MAS OARDA oN STRENGTH

Speaking for himself, he was guilty by Mr. G. B. Griffith of moviths imprisonment with hard et a le! a \ Local Viows 1gc. ea SW
one of those people who was ag a bicyele without a lighted labour. a a vo (8 kimi’ \W CAL-C-TOSE, the Dellel ad Mali fi { drink

ver happier than when helping J2™p on October 16, about 12.12 Cpl. Jones told the court tha | S\ XMAS CARDS LI» BOXES 0 eeeme® » the Delicious Cocos and Mali Havoured drink,
the boogie 8 reach where ad a.m. The case was brought by he was on duty along Baxter: a” FOR BEST RESULTS a 5 cards & envelopes in a box SS upplements the intake of the regular diet with nu.ritionally
had reached. Nothing would Cpl. Watson who is attached to Road with Police Constable Lash- a USE an as “an ar tings) & ee eee ~— : ate ee plus cores. hak yp

4 K \ 7 ae fs ice 36c. per box ad Iron. excellent for ciildren who dislike milk an
please him more than to give a the Black Rock Station. ley on July 24 when he saw Hall] @ _ 5 r < ae ‘ or On ho u milk
hand in helping their children driving the motor van M—9579 a PURINA CHOWS a e SS iad wasted ee, for the to achieve any distinction he|~ ~——SC~CS~™SCOYY:sWhich appegsed to be driven at| @ a ST: REE REPS
might have achieved because he MONDAY’S ASSIZE a fast rate, a IN THE CHECKER BOARD BAGS BS > N\
rd been bles to. £0.10" the pany He cick, upon the spect snd | yy B,, | SBRUCE WEATHERHEAD ae
University. That was why he found that the van was being H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd—Distribut BB: vm 4 4 SS a
was in politics. He had a strong No. 37 — Rex vs. Therold driven at over 37 miles per hour. 5, . ” istributors a yy iT) K Spe
conviction as to what a human Stanton | The speed limit on that road for} ga a” . Bis AUD, « NIGHT DRUG STORES
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.











PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE
PARISH OF 5ST. PETER
Applications for the post of Head Nurse



Doctor at the Almshouse on -

BARBADOS

PUBLIC SALES



REAL ESTATE

es











The char for announcements of for the Almshouse will be received by

Births, inane, Deaths, Acknowl- FOR S the P.M.O. (Dr. Reader) at his residence DEBENTURES—4% Debentures, Mar-

cagements, amd *'n Memoriam notices is | Mintcoum week a cents and; ‘Roseville, St. Peter, up to Tuesday Nov.| ine Hotel (1943) Ltd. Purther

$1 30 on weekdays and $1.80 on Sundays | 96 cents Sutdays 24 werds — over 94) 27th, 1951 lers, apply Wm. Fogarty (B’dos.) Ltd

for any number of words up to 50, aod) words 3 cents a word 4 cents a| Applicants will be interviewer by the 16.11.51—t.f.n.

» cents per ‘word on week-days and | wort on Sundays; th . mavens

4 cents per w6td en Sundays for each Zist & 28th tween the hours o and HOUSE—One practically new 1

additional wor AUTOMOTIVE p.m ond shingle house 20 x 11 front house

Applications must be accompanied by a shed 20 x 11 kitchen 8 x 7 pailing W.C.

DIED CAR: Sec cosamatiale Situate at Spooners Hill. Reasonable

STRAKER 6 November 16, 1951,/4,000 miles. Owner driven Excellent ‘oc terms. Apply HAROLD PROVERBS &

“Moude, Her funeral leaves her late| condition. Owner leaving island, Price} , Applicants will be maceats etamined'l CO., UTD. 17.11.51—2n |

residence, Culloden Road, at 4.30 this | $2,000. Telephone 5004 by the P. . at the interviews o! . _—

afternoon for the Westbury Cemetery. 17.11.51—3n

Friends are asked to







Zist and 28th
For further particulars apply to the

Clerk of the Poor Law Guardians at the

The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public competition at their office, No: 17,

Ernest Branch { +, Charles} CAR Austin A-40 Devon. As new ; office | High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the
and Crispin Straker . ‘Lionel | Mileage 8,000 miles, Apply L.A. Deane,| Parochial Treasurer's Office during office) sii) Go "Ge' November, i981, at 2 Bim
Murray (friend). Customs 2519 or Spooners Hill, a . G. 8. CORBIN 32 PERCHES of land situate at Wilson

oat 2 Clerk of Poor Law Guardians, | Hill, St- John, with the stone and timber
THANKS sone only St. Peter suaupree thereon, called “MAN-
CAR: Austin ‘ 4 . \f

" 10,008 miles, Apply: General Engineering | 34 !!.5!—Sn The house contains Verandah,

GELE ANA, uy aly gad Me | Sos Spe Baree Binseetrs | | ie Scatan Sarge Dreeine
through this medium to thank all who san Sih Gaia Bee NOTICE : rconing water & each, Mitchen, toliet
cont wreaths and Yeilers of esaetenes |. Go, gee (2) A-40 Car in perfect con. PARISH OF ST PRTER na bath, and Electricity installed
or sympathiced with them im their ior. (12,000 miles). New Battery and All persons are warned that their Taxes inspection on application to Mr. Perei-

15.11 51—3n

recent bereavement, through the pats-











eent bereavement concerning the $2,600.00—Courtesy Garage, Dial 4616.

and = sister

sng sway of their dear mother Alice | CAR ord Prefect 11,000 miles. Condi-
MeCieun who tived to the ripe age °F tion perfect, owner leaving. Apply H. P
eal te Harris & Co., Phone 4045
ner 3 5
RLLIS: We the undersigned beg to re- aes eee
torn tbanks to oft those who attended CHEVROLET CAR: Covered just over
sent wreaths, cards, letters or in any
way s¥mpathised with us in our re- in really good condition. A good buy at



e miles New Tyres and battery and







Hillman Minx, New. Feb : Certificate and not more than

due to the above Parish must be paid by
the Zth November,
G. 8 CORBIN
Parochial Treasurer
17.11.51 '

on

NOTICE
TO MY CISTOMETRS
I, the undersigned beg to notify my
customers wnat 4 wise De gong OF wullaay



death of our daughter 15.11.51—6n | as from 17.11.51, and my business will be

Boulah Ellis who fell asleep on lth closed, Customers are advised to call for
so, moventber. 954 : CAR- Rover 16 H.P. Perfect candition| work, as I will not hold myself responsi-
Mc. and Mrs Arthur Sitin (See bert - througbout 24,000 miles only. Not driven} ble for any work in my possession after
Father) Bunild A, er? nel, ver 80 M.P.H. Treated as only child} this date s oe
Sisters), Zendorph (Brot wee ie Must be seen and driven to be appre- RUBY INNISS

17.11.51—1n ciated. Apply: Courtesy Garage uit 17.11. 5)—1In
pedigree trial and full particulars.
IN MEMORIAM Price $2,880. 6.11.51—t.f.n, ANTED

NOAKE: In loving memory of my dear ELECTRICAL pilininsathidll






son Tevine Noake who departed on
November 13, 1950,
God saw the read was too rough,



HEDGE TRIMMER:

ated with 17” blade. Courtesy Garage,















Electrically oper











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The hills “were too steep to.climb.! nial 4616 13.11.51_6n | NURSE—Capable and efficient Nurse

So He gently close his weary eyes-— ‘ for young baby. Only those with the

And whispered peace be thine. best of references need apply. Apply:

Olga Noske +Mother), Hetherine Noake POULTRY “The Banyans”, Bty St.

‘Grand Mother) Wyther Noake (Sister), ~ aes 15, 1151—t.fn
Joyee Noake (Cousin), Irvin Noake POULTRY: Doz. Newhampshire lay- —

(Uncle), Candace Bostic, Marie Walters] ing Pullets 8 months old. Apply to Price] THEATRE MANAGER—A_ full time

(Aunts? 17.11.51—1n}] Denny, Bridge Gap, Black Rock Managet for the PLAZA THEATRE—

17.11 51—1n | Barbarees. Apply by letter and in person

GOVERNMENT NOTICES seaomeee 7 ai the office of Sree aah ees bce

AL LTD., “The nyans” ay etreet,

MECHANIC between the hours of 9 a.m ae noon,

: Second. , on or before November 20th e sue-

i i 4 pal one + mons eget cessful applicant must take up his duties

In accordance with section 11 “s ob by January 4th. All applications treated














of the Representation of the Peo-
ple (Miscellaneous Provisions)
Act, 1951, notice is hereby giver
that the Governor-in-Executive
Committee has, this 8th day of
November, 1951, issued the Writs
for a General Election of mem-
bers for the General Assembly 0!
this Island and that the day fix-
ed for the nomination of candi-
dates is Thursday, the 22nd day of
November;-1951. ‘ ;

R. N. TURNER,

Colonial Secretary.

8th November, 1951.

NOTICE

BICYCLES: A good supply of Hercules
with and without three-speed at unbeat-
able Cash prices. Dial 4391—Courtesy
Garage. 16.11.51-—Hn
———

MANURE SPREADERS; Just arrived,
the famous Massey-Harris Spreaders. Ex-
colent for applying Megasse and filter-
press mud or pen manure. On display at
COURTESY GARAGE—Dial 4616.

- 15.11.51—6n





REGISTERING MACHINES—for count-
ing and checking up to 9,999 and can be
zeroed for re-use. Courtesy Garage. Dial
4616. 15,11,51—3n

MISCELLANEOUS
—————
HOT SHIRTS. Gentlemen! Just visit
THANI Bros. for that Hot Shirt you're











in strict confidence 4.11.51—1n.

MISCELLANEOUS

ee

BOTTLES—Clean empty nip botties at
480. per dozen—deliver Colonnade Stores,
White Park Road. 11.11,.61—t.f.n.

MACHINES—Old Sewing Machines out
of order. Apply V. Vaughn Pairchild
St. or King's St. 10.11, 51—7n.







GOVERNMENT NOTICES

——
VACANT POST OF MATRON, MATERNITY HOSPITAL,
BARBADOS, B.W.1.

val Lyte Dial 4614
For further particulars and conditions

of sale, apply to:-—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.

E.O.D 44.11. 51—9n
—

I have been asked to offer for sale the
following smail properties at reasonable
prices

At Deacons Road the house called “The
Crotons” with % acre of land with a wide
frontage. House has drawing and dining
rooms, 3 bedrooms ete

At Black Rock, small bungalow called
“The Nook”

At Codrington Hill small stone house
with 7,000 sq feet of land

At Codrington Hill another smali bun-
wolow called “Cynthia” with about 5,060
sq feet of land,

At Lower Spooners Hilt another bunga-
low with, ‘e sere of land.

D'ARCY «,. SCOTT,
Auctioneer Magazine Lane
17,11,51—2n



Dear Friends; Why not come in and
see my listings? whieh includes o
wide assortment of properties. Make
1 safe investment of your winnings
from: the rates.

() Property with shop in Tweedside
Road. (2) Property in Prince-of-
Wales Road, with water and light.
(3) Property: Marshville, along
Bank Hall main road; all modern
conveniences. 4) One wooden
Bungalow, 22 x 16 with giass
windows, side verandah, sun-shades,
drawing room, bedroom with bul.t



in kitchenettes, built 18 months ago.
A-1 condition located in St. Lucy
especially recommended as a ba
house. And several other proper-

ties: and small houses, all priced
reasonably to sell, (5) 1 house
spot, 7,812 sq, Ft. at 18. wito
water on land, along Ivy main road,
Just call at:—Ebony Realty &
| Commission Agency, Marhill Street, Dial
5001, 17,11.51—-2n.







Applications are invited for the post of Matron, Maternity Hospital,
Barbados, B.W.I. which will become vacant on March 7th, 1952,

Application are invited for the
post of Joint Secretary to the fol-
lowing

Sugar Production & Export Con-
trol Board

Fancy Molasses Control & Mar-
keting Board

Sugar Industry Capital Rehab-
iitation Reserve Board

Sugar Industry Price Stabiliza-
‘on Reserve Board.

The salary of the post will de-
pend on qualifications, but will no!
noe less than £500 per annum nor
more than £700 per annum, Th:

ost is non-pensionable and ter
minable at one month’s notice on









ing Glasses, Cruet Sets and a host of

popular
to 10”. Price 9 cents to 28 cents each
Visit KIRPALANI, 52 Swan Street.



look ' i - ; ;

able, qualities ‘Dial 3460. en The post is on Agreement for three years in the first instance
and is renewable, ‘ :

Applicants for the post should possess the following qualifications

and experience;—

15.11,51—4n
—

INDIAN SANDALS: Beautiful and
Colourful Indian Leather Sandals from



India. They are so uncommon and lovely (a) State registration of nurses in the United Kingdom.
Ven Sa eee bake ag a (b) Certificate of the Central Midwives Board of England and

Wales,

Three to five years experience in practical midwifery, pre-
ferably in an acceptable institution.

(d) Some administrative experience required, not necessarily in

a purely administrative post.

The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $2,160 per annum
with a deduction of 5% for rent of furnished quarters, an allowance
towards rations of 60 cents per day is payable, uniforms are supplied
and electric light, telephone and water rates are free.



& SAUCERS, Drink- (ec)
other benutiful lines for use or gifts
are available at THANI Bros., Dial 3466
15.11.51—4n
_———
SWEDISH ZIP FASTENERS—In all
colours. Sizes from 4

17.11 51—In










either side.

Applications stating age, educa-
tional qualifications and_experi-
ence, together with COPI o'
testimonials should be addressed tc
the Director of Agriculture
Queen’s Park, and will be accepted
up to Saturday, the 24th day of
November, 1951.

13,11.51—4n,

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER,
WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT

Applications are invited for ths
post of wlectrical Engineer, Water-
works Department, Barbados,

2. Tne post is permanent ana



USED BOTTLING EQUIPMENT, com
orising, Liquid 4—wide Universal Bottle
Washer; Dixie Model “F" One-man
Hook-up Automatic Filler-Crowner 5 h.p
Instantaneous Cooler; One Lynn Filter
Wilson & Cousins Carbonator, and Twe
Enamel-lined Syrup tanks, S, M.
JALEEL — Phone 2331, San Fernando,
13,11,51—6n



FOK RENT
HOUSES

FURNISHED ROOM, on the sea-side,
Worthing Phone 8401. 17.11.51—2n

GIBRALTAR, Cattle Wash,
nonths of January, February and June











for the





Passages (not exceeding $1,440 W.I.) are provided on appoint-
ment and on completion of Agreement in. accordance with conditions
embodied ih the Form of Agreement.

Government contributes to the Superannuation Scheme for Nurses,

The Maternity Hospital is one of twenty beds with a materna
welfare clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital for students
and twenty are trained annually, It is served by a Visiting Obstetri-
cian, three graduate nurse-midwives and the usual subordinate staff.

The Matron is responsible to the Director of Medical Services for
the overall administration of the Hospital and the training of th:
student midwives.

Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Bar-
bados, B.W.I. so as to reach his office not later than Pesembes iy as

10. in.

ASSISTANT MISTRESS (GRADUATE), GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL,
ST. VINCENT

pensionable with, emoluments a.f 952. Apply: Mrs, E. H. Farmer, An- licati are invited for the post of an Assistant Mistross

«ne rate of $3,456 x 144—4,320 pei} irews Plantation, or Dial 95-267 (Greteote). tar" ‘the Girls’ High School, St. Vincent, B.W.I.

canum ($1 B.W.l. = 4/2), A non- ST tna The graduate qualifications preferred should include Geography

;cnsionable appointment may be! “LoRETTO, sth Avenue, Pine Road.| or French, with subsidiary Mathematics or Biology.

‘nade, if preferred, on agreement] Belleville, preferably furnished, living The salary of the post, which is pensionable, is $1,032, rising by
oom, 2 bedrooms, running water






















ior a period of three years.

4. Pasgige@t expenses for the
officer and “family up to a maxi-
coum of 1400 (B.W.1.) will be
peyable Ga divst appointment,

4. Theewppointment, which wil)
be subject to medical fitness, wil
be on p8ebation for a period oi
two years and the point of entry
in the salary seale will be deter-

throughout, Gas and electricity, Garage
nd servants’ room. For further particu-
‘ars, Dial 2244. 17115130
ROOSEVELT, Maxwell Const Road
fully furnished inchiding Frigidaire and
Telephene, Phone 2224.
15.11.51

TOBRUK, Cattlewash, Bathsheba—For
December 1951, and for February, March,
May, June 1962, Phone 95244 7 95261

3.11.51-2n



~t.f.n







mined on. thé basis of experience
and — qualifications, Travelling
allowances wall be payable in ANNOUNCEMENTS

accordanc® With local Govern-
ment rates,

§. The Koider should be a Cor-
porate MeniBer of the Institute
of Electrieal*Engineers, London
or should held equivalent qualifi-
cations aid must have five years
experience of power electrical
neering since qualifying.
The offieer will be required
to take eharge of all electrical
installations under the Chief En-
gineer, Waterworks Department

7. Applications giving details
of qualifications and experience
with copies of testimonials, shoulé
be submitted to the Colonial Sec-
retary, Bridgetown, Barbados, no!
iater than the 8th December, 1951.





MESH—2 Rolls Man-Proof Fencing 2°
Mesh 8 ft high, Approximately 300 ft.
Ring 8666. 14.11. 51-3

GOVE

STATEMENT SHOWING
PER TON IN RESPECT
PAYMENTS MADE



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annual increments of $72 to $1,440 per annum,

A temporary cost-of-living bonus is payable at the usual rat
granted to Civil Servants. : ;

The candidate selected may be appointed at any point in th.
scale according to qualifications and experience.

The appointment will be probationary in the first instance, an
the appointee may be confirmed in the permanent, pensionable pos
after one year’s satisfactory Service.

The Girls’ High School is under the control of the Governmen
of St. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civi)
Servants.

Free passage to St. Vincent to take up appointment is provided

Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age anc
experience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should he
sent to the Education Officer, Department of Education, St. Vincent.
not later than 15th Decemter, 1951,

17.11,51—3n



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AMOUNTS DUE TO ALL PRODUCERS OF CANE

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REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE (MISCELLANEOUS
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During the Election period it is an offence —
For the purpose of affecting the retern 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 meeting with the object of preventing
the business of the meeting;

(c) To hire, use or play in any band of music at a meeting!
or in a procession:

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

Ov Polling Day :— f

(a) No intoxicating liqudr may be sold or given away on
licenced prermises or at 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 affeeting the return of any candidate —

(i) No person may supply, o:
or flags on any car;

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

(ili) 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

a constable, and if necessary, form a queue;
(vi) No person in any public place, polling building or

use any bunting, banners

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A Branch Post Office for the transaction of all classes of Postal
business has been established at Welches Road, St. Michael and will
be opened for business at 8.00 a.m. on Monday, 19th November, 1951.

This office is named “Welches Road Post Office,”

The hours of business are as follows: —

Monday to Friday — 8.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
and

1.00 p.m, to 3.00 p.m.

Saturday — 8.00 a.m, to 12 noon,

Collection of postal packets for circulation through the General
Post Office will be made daily (except Sundays and Public Holidays)
as follows:—

Monday to Friday — 9.30 a.m,
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1.30 p.m.

Saturday —- 9.30 a.m.

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it convenient are earnestly invited to take full advantage of the postal
facilities afforded by this Post Office, thereby relieving the pressure
and congestion at the General Post Office.

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bs 17.11,51,—I1n.
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BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE

Commercial Classes

(a), Applications will now be considered for entry to a beginners’
Shorthand-Typing course, to be held at Combermere School,
commencing in January 1952.
There is a limited number of vacancies for the Senior Short-
hand-Typing course. Applications will only be considered
from those who hold a Pitman’s Theory Certificate or it
equivalent in Shorthand, and an L.C.C. Elementary Certifi-
cate or its equivalent in Typewriting.
Two lessons a week in Shorthand, two in Typewriting, and
one in English, each of one hour’s duration will be given
between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p,m. on Tuesdays, Wednes-
days and Thursdays. Students may take all three subjects,
but those who take Shorthand will be expected to take type-
writing and vice versa.
(d) Applicants must be over 15 years of age on Ist January, 1952.
} (e) As a guarantee that the minimum educational standard has
been reached, applicants for the beginners’ class who do not

hold a School Certificate or equivalent qualifieation must

supply a certificate from the Head of a School stating that
- the school course up to the age of 14 + has been satisfactorily
} completed. Preference for admission will in general be gov-
erned by the standard of attainment in English, to be deter-
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' WI. Tourists

Then Lose Three —

Wickets

For 38

(From HAROLD DALE)

SYDNEY, Nov. 16.

GODDARD WON THE TOSS and put New South

Wales in. This was such a
east commentators gave out

n unthinkable act that broad-
naturally that he had lost the

toss and New South Wales had chosen to bat

Why did he do this? Official reason is that the wicket
was Slightly green and he thought to spare his batsmen
from facing Lindwall on such a surface.

Now I will go on record with -
my completely uncfcial opinion
and point out that gates are o!
first-class importance to the West
Indies with so short a tour and
£40,000 required.

Had the West Indies batted
today before the 9,000 crowd,
Saturday’s gate with no Rama-
dhin to watch would have been
meagre.

However with Worrell and Wal-
cott batting it might well be
40,000—and as it happens both
Worrell and Walcott will be pa‘-
ting. True — wickets fell with
such frequency—three for four
—five for 51—that Goddard's plan
—alwhys supposing he had such
n plan—was nearly foiled.

Jones and Gomez swept
through the opening batsmen but
21-year-old Ray Flockton prop-
ped up the innings with 85 scored
in part off numerous fulJtosse
ind long hops that came |}
way just when he needed them

No doubt the islanders would
have preferred Marshall and
Rae to stay longer but in
general they showed encouraging
mastery of the strongest state
team in Australia.

Now the star batsmen have
got to show that they really are

star batsmen. The wicket is fast
and the outfield like a_ billiard
table.

The stage is set—we must
hope the actors have learned
their parts.

SCORE BOARD

New South Wales — First Innings
8. Barnes~c Walcott b Jones 0
A. Morris c Worrell b Gomez 4
K. Miller ec Gomez »b Jones 30
J. Moroney c Goddard b Gomez 0
J. Burke run out ap
J. De Courcey run out ‘ 16
R. Lindwall c Worrell b Valentine 20
R. Flockton c Walcott b Jones 85
R, Benaud Lb.w. Worrell aa
A. Walker c Ferguson b Gomez 2
G. Trueman not out

Extras b. 3, Lb. 2 5
Total . 239
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o M R w
Jones 17 3 87 3
Gomez 134 0 50 3
Valentine i4 1 74 1
Ferguson 4 0 30 0
Worrell 3 0 14 1
West Indies — First Innings
Marshall |.b.w. Lindwall 1
Rae c Moroney b Miller 10
Worrell not out 22
Rickards b Barnes 3
Extras 2
Total for 3 wickets . 38



CRICKET AT THE POOL

The following players will re-
present the Commonwealth
Sports Club in a cricket match
against Hadleigh’s XI at Pool, St.
John on Sunday, There will be
two prizes given at the end of
the match, One will be given to
the bowler who takes the most

wickets and the batsman who
top scores. Play begins at 12
o'clock,

The teams are: — Common-
wealth Sports Club: J, Graham
(Capt.) E. Burton, J. Lord, C
Clarke, C. Lewis, O. Cox, D.

Agard, E, Elcock, H. Walcott, St.
Cc. Blackman and C. Downes. K.
Carter is twelfth man.
Hadleigh’s XI are: E. W. Cave
(Capt.) C. Rayside, F. Sealy. G
Sealy, C. Small, A. Mason, ii.
Cook, R, Walcott, M. Husbands,
M. Brewster and O. Estwick

“O.T.C.”” DIES AT
CASTLE GRANT

There passed away yesterday at
Castle Grant Estate one of the
greatest sires in the history of the
West Indian turf when the stallior.
O.T.C. had to be destroyed, By
Obliterate out of Telephone Call,
O.T.C. arrived in the West Indies
as a gift from the late Lord
Woolavington to the Barbado
Turf Club and when he died yes-
terday he had been at stud in this
island for 17 years.

During his years at stud O.T.C.
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WHAT’S ON TODAY

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W.1. Opened
Their Bag
Of Surprises

(From FRANK MARGAN)

: . SYDNEY, Nov. 17.

New South Wales battinng was
not alone in suffering collapse dur-
ing the match versus the West In-
dies at Sydney cricket ground on
Friday. The West Indies had an-
other draw from their bag of sur-
prises to have a powerful batting

side with seven down for only 96
The f



run first three overs saw
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Morris and ex-Test players Sid
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Rie other collapse came when
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Vest Indian Journalist cover-
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was told three wickets for four
runs Consternation was written
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himself, after being reassured it
was the N.S.W. team suffering

the debacle, not his countrymen .

Sensational

If the West Indies continue to
figure in these sensation matches
such as they did in the First Test
and in Friday’s game, world
cricket, particularly the Australian
game, will benefit immensely.

Accurate hostile bowling with all
the fieldsmen on their toes crum-
bled the N.S.W. batting side on
Friday as it has not been crumbled
n the last decade. The West In-
dies effort was more meritorious,
realising the N.S.W. team was al-
most of Australian Test side
strength.

Young Bradman ?

A brilliant innings by 21-year-
old Ray Flockton gaining 85 runs,
pulled the game out of the fire for
the local team and resulted in
Flockton being hailed as an up and
coming Bradman. He was playing
only the second game in a State
side now freely tipped to crash
into an Aussie Test side. It ex-
cited a week-day crowd of 6,000
on Friday who saw 13 wickets fall
in a day’s play as the West Indies
lost three wickets for 38 runs in

reply to the N.S.W. final score
of 239,

The world-famous Aussie bar-
rackers—renowned for upsetting

visiting tearns with cat-calls and
acid comment, shouted at the
players—intrigued by the West In-
dies’ fast bowler Prior Jones, Bur-
ly Jones got roars of laughter, fol-
lowing the delivery of each ball
which beat the batsmen.

Jones showed excitement by
turning his side to the batsman at
the end of his delivery, taking a
sharp kick in the atmosphere in
the direction of mid-off, like some-
one making a soccer shoot at the
goal,

The West Indies often roused the
ire of the same barrackers through
the practice of returning the ball
to the wicket-keeper in an ex-
tremely leisurely manner, unless
there was a chance of being run
out when the ball flies back like
a cannon shot.

Not Upset

Such good-humoured barrack-
ing is failing to upset the tourists,
however, The tourists must be the
most good-humoured colourful
team, ever to visit Australia with
the possible exception of Lala Ar-
manath’s Indian team—the com-
plete turbanned players-magicians
that toured Australian in 1947-48.

Pakistan 205—3
Against England

LAHORE, Pakistan, Nov.







16.








Bowl Out N.S.W. For 239

The Intercolonial Rifle Meeting

By Capt. ROBERT JOHN-
STONE, Chairman, T he
B.W.1. Shooting Council

(CHIEF RANGE OFFICER)

When the visiting teams from
Barbados and British Guiana
arrived, made up largely of men
who were at Bisley with the West
Indies team in 1950, they pre-
sented a serious threat to Trini-
dad. Many of the Trinidad shots
had had little or no practice be-



fore the meeting, therefore, I was scoring, I frankly expected an
pareeeny ses . i= - nes = Be oe
eading le prize sts in all *When in the bu eave wel
events excepting No. 1 at 200 yds. alone’, applies very forcibly
where T. A. L, Roberts (Barba- the Maraval range. In Trinidad |
dos) shared first place with we have learnt to disregard wind |
W. Manson Hing, both having effects, except in the initial |
identical shoots with 34, and stages up to about 300 yards, after
Ware We te ve ao Pate which point the wind curls
ae . possible “ 690 Sg ; tins around the valley, making accu-
performance is deserving o © cate: sidatiene Ita. bo eet R) of
highest praise, since he had to E : : i
at very Another factor which at times
shoot in the last detail in very ” |
; affects high scoring is when .the
One EE firer i distorted de finition |
The general standard of win- of the aiming mark due to re-
ning scores was good, and it is fraction In the we ison the
encouraging to note that both the
500 yds. and 600 yds. events (7 -~
rounds) were won with possible. iss
In events Nos. 1 and 2, 200 yds. ,~ a
and 300 yds. respectively, the td
winning scores were only one OR IENTAL
point off the possible. C. Lums-|f “J ’ oar |
den’s score of 95 in the N.R.A. Sot VENIRS |
Silver Medal included a possible P CURIOS ANTIQUES, }
at 300 yds.; this is a 10 round JEWELS, CARVINGS
shoot at 300 and 600, therefore, EMBROIDERIES, Ete.
his average per range of 47.5 x 50]

was a creditable

ance,

very

Elton Crooks of Trinidad main-
tained his excellent 1950 Bisley
form by winning the centenary
Aggregate, the Grand Aggregate
and the “All Comers”. He proved
to be the most outstanding shot
Jt the Meeting.

Tribute must also be paid to
G. E. Pilgrim of Barbados, This
was his first Intercolonial Meet-
ing, and so well did he shoot
that he was placed second in
both the Grand and Centenary

Aggregates, the acid tests of
good steady shooting, Pilgrim
has the right temperament and
other essential qualities that go
to make a good marksman. If
his interest is maintained he
will be an acquisition to future

West Indies teams.

Other promising newcomers
were C, Lasalle, V. O'Neil and
W. Manson Hing all of Trinidad
Lasalle’s possible at 500 yds. was
a brilliant effort; he showed con-
sistency by placing 4th in the
Grand Aggregate and 3rd in the
Centenary Aggregate “X” Class,
despite his being classified as an
“M” class shot. Manson Hing and
O'Neil were placed Ist at 600 yds.
and second at 200 yds. respec-
tively. It is hoped that they will
maintain their interest. Both
Lasalle and O’Neil are small bore
enthusiasts who only recently
took to the open range, which
goes to prove the value of the
miniature range as a _ training
ground.

In “M” Class, Cadet A. Willi-
ams (Trinidad) and M, Tucker
of Barbados shot brilliantly.
Tucker and Williams had scores
in the Centenary Aggregate
that were better than most of
the experts; they show great
promise, particularly Williams
who is still at Queen's Royal
College. Mr. Tucker accom-
panied the Barbados team at
his own expense, showing a
ceenness that wii! surely reap it
just reward in time. Capt. J.
Serrette also did well in “M”
and his improvement in recent
months is encouraging.

The Ancnvur Cup, presented by
the West Indian Tobacco Co., in
1928, is considered by all rifle-
men to be the Blue Riband of
rifle shooting in these Colonies
Trinidad has won it 8 times,
British Guiana 5 times and Bar-
bados 4 times.

I had hoped for a very close
finish with each Colony putting
up a high score. I must confes:
a great disappointment when
saw Trinidad pulling away from
the visitors by large margins
The final totals were—Trinidac
822, an average of 137 per man
Barbados 784, an average of 130.
per man; and British Guiana 77
an average of 129.6 per mar
jit was a good shoot by Trinidad

a letate i ; ; with §
‘ Pakistan needed 50 runs with qind they deserve their victory
seven wickets to fall to lead 4g. Crooks of Trinidad by puttin
England on first innings at the up the top score 140 won th«
halfw ay stage in the four-day un-!\Wogarth Cup, thus maintainin
official cricket Test here Friday. iis excellent record throughout
At the close of the second day’s je meeting. The final scores do
play Pakistan had scored 205 ict, to my mind, indicate th:
for three wickets in answer togrue differences in the qualities of
England’s 254. Pakistan batsmen he three teams.
defending stubbornly against ac-
curate bowling, hit 198 runs in! The Maraval range can be ver;
five hours of cricket Thursday. lisconcerting to visitors, and ou
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Colonies were worried by it4
peculiaritic Apart from Mbjeor
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riflemen, are capable of doing.
At 300 yds. and 500 there
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errors were chased.
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