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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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For
And

the future in
the Good that

the
1

distance
can do.

Is Vital

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 7.

Political stability, with its im-
portant corollary e€2onomic pro-
gress of Trinidad and the West
Indies are worth fighting for and
even making sacrifices for Hon-
ourable Albert Gomes, Minister
of Labour, Industry and Commerce
saia here today. He had just re-
turned with the Honourable Victor
Bryan, Minister of Agriculture
and Lands from a f woe
visit to the United Kingdom. Both
were accompanied by their wives.

Mr. Bryan felt what Trinidad
wanted more than anything was
to develop a sense of respect and
trust for their fellowmen. “We can
all have a happy life here” he said.

When asked their views on the
appointment of a native West In-
dian Governor, Mr. Gomes said it
was a nice idea while Mr. Bryan
Observed that the time would
come when a West Indian Gov-
ernor should be appointed. Both
Ministers were glad to be back.

Hon. Bryan was greeted by
his two sons and Hon. Gomes by
eleven of his children, Another
was left behind in the U.K, study-
ing music.
"i

MIG’s Buzzed
Mercy Plane

BERLIN, Oct. 8.
Two Soviet M.I.G. 15 fighters
buzzed a USS. Airforc? mercy
plane in the Berlin air corridor
and fired warning machine gun
shots without hitting ht or wound-
ing any of the five crewmen.

four



—C.P.



The mercy plane was a United |

States Airforce C47 médical evac-



‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

numbered about

|

underground train.

Britisi. National Raiiways said |
it feared casualties would be even
Hundreds



nigae of other pas-/|
sengers and persons standing on |
the station platform suffered less



severe injuries.

Th: ¢ h occurred at the peak
of the morning rush hour in the
first fog of Autumn when the

fast express train, The Night Scot |
came speeding through the sta-|

tion at Harrow north of London. |

The wreckage was 40: fet high

at one point with three or four
carriages piled on top of each
other. A footbridge over the sta-

tion was carried away. “It is like
a battlefield” an eye witness said.
Many injured were trapped and
screaming in the wreckige whil-
rescuers tried to get through
to them with oxyacetylene cut-
ting machines.

; Clouds of steam and smoke
the injured’ from rescuers
nightmare of pain and
tion. Friests clambered. over the
wreckage to gives succour to the
dying and doctors climbed into
the tangled steel and wood tu
administer injections.



hid
m a

| Bloody Survivers

Survivors, blcodstained and
with their clothes cut to ribbons,
crawled out of smashed compart-



m.tats. Clothes and luggage were
scattered over the station for
| hundreds of yards. A woman's

high heeled shoe poked out of a
rubble.

destruc- |

j
|
}

| “Dead” Son Writes
His Mother

LONDON, Oct. 8,

|
i

WHAT'S ON TODA _—
Police Courts 10.00 a.m
Public Health Conference
Queen's Park 19.00 aw SN
Tornado Tournament, Carlisic .
Bey » p.m S
Mobiie Cinema, Carrington ‘ >.
Village, St. Michael 7.30 pw <<.
Police B: Concert, Queen —S
Park 7.45 pn
B.C. Films, King George V
Park 8.00 pm. ,
or the cause that lacks assistance

Children, Commuters DR. GOLDMANN

Killed In 3 Train Crash

LONDON, Oct. 8.
THREE TRAINS crashed in a station in northwest
London to-day killing at least-85 people in one of the
worst rail disasters in recent years. The injured counted
170. A night express from Scotland
crashed into a London suburban local train feared to be
packed with school children. Then another express train
bound for the north hit the other two locomotives.
second express hurtled into the station platform where
hundreds of London city workers were waiting for the



Benefits
Of Tourism

Barbados is continuing to
benefit from the tourist indus-
try as can be seen by the
amount of money brought into
the island from the hard cur-





85 DEAD, 170. INJURED |
IN RAILWAY DISAS
Political
Stability

TER

COMMENDS
DR. ADENAUER

BONN, Germany, Oct

Decto
dent of the conference on Jewish
} material claims against Germany
highly commended Chancellor
| Konrad Adenauer

a.

The

| conclusion of Germany-israeli
| $714,000 000 restitution ogree-
} ment.”

| Goldmann addressed a_ press
| conference after visiting. the

Federal Frsid€nt Theodore Neus:

jand Adenauer. Goidmann said he
and Acenauer discussed how Ger-
} man) will deliver material |
| reparations in goods and service

| to Israel.

| The visiting Jewish
} expressed “deep
| the conclusion of
which provides for partial ma-
terial reparation for Nazi crimes
against Jews. He said “the agree-
jment will ye hundreds of thous-

leader
satisfaction
the

also
over
agreement”

vency area. jands of vewish victims o° Nazi
Mr. H. H. Hart, Currency | Persecution new means of living.”
Control Officer, told the “Ad- | “Both Israel and the Jewish
vocate” yesterday that during ; Organizations in whore name I
last month, 91,156 U.S. dol- ;}4m speaking pay esteem to the
lars, 5,200 Canadian dollars spirit of goodwill shown by West
and 80,090 bolivares were G imapy. Goldmann who met
spent by tourists as against numerous parliamentary leaders
77.865 U.S. dollars, 4,692 Can- ,here expressed confidence that
adian dollars and 27,980 boli- ; Bundestag would ratify the agree-
vares spent for the same ment without delay. ~
period last year. | + —U.-P.

The figures for the month
of August 1952 were as fol-

lows:—

102,552 U.S. dollars.
7,105 Canadian dollars
90,850 Bolivares





U.N 2 Postpone
Truce Talks

MUNSAN, Korea, Oct. 8.
The Alties today definitely post-
poned Korean armistice negotia-
tions bluntly telling’ the Reds that
the next move was up to them.
The nestponement will remain

A mother said on Wednesday|in effest until Communists accept

that she has reveived a letter from

he Allied proposal for settling the























THURSDAY,

Nahum Goldmann, Presi- |

on Wednesday |
| for “his initiative which led to the



|
-

}
|



|



’ Russian

Plane Mis



NEW PHARMACY



j YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT
Cfo YESTERDAY
CLD ist a aetna ,
= Lowe:t Tempera
er j | Rorameter it eum aetor'ss pm) a
XN , 3 TO-DAY
Sunrise 558 a.m
Sunset 6.0 pw
Moon Last Quarter, Octobe 16
Ligh ting Ns oo P aa ile a
OCTOBER 9, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS — | Low Tide: 12) am. 48 pm



Freneh
Raid
Reds |

PARIS, Oct. 8

|
|
}
|

More than 3,000 police ried
| special agents raided Communist
jand follow travelling ~centres in

17 French cities in surprise strike

for evidence of a Red p ot against












the security of the country. The
nationwide swoop wes ordered by
the Military Court in Paris indi-
ealing that the National Defence
Miais? ha taken over the
“ere oe begun by the Minis-
try “of a@eNinterior in spring. By
noon teyw* persons had been ar-
rested in‘Pegis alone where 1,500
lice an ireds of zents of
“@lite4*Be@publican Security
Guard apa rret police raided

20 differ, Red centres
Pott ooped down on sev-
mris banks, printshop:,

THE WINDSOR PHARMACY, Broad Street, which was opened on Tuesday.





sing Near
Territory

Pharmacy
Week Beg

ins

TOKYO, Oct. 8.

: Tae fourth annual
| FAR EAST AIRFORCE reported to-day an intensive} Week held by the Druggists’ As-
| search fora Superfortress bomber missing after radar peel Eee peso on peiene
creens had picked up an unidentified aircraft approaching 1 are ta Re aadiars chalga
it-near Russian territory. An official statement said the|Mr F. § Olton, city druggist

| bomber was missing over Japanese territory off the north-
ernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido since shertly after

mid-day yesterday

| eee ne nn ome ~-



St. Lucy Fishing
Boat Fund

The Churchwarden (Mr.
F. A. Greaves) and Vestry of
the parish of St. Lucy have

slightly different from the

Friday Night |

'
|

jorawn
This year’s programme will be;
pre-|spectors who led strong helmeted



CW ers and political associa-
a5 in a searcn for documents
and b.nk account records that wi'l
wulhs tn important

Ovta { CaMpuiga to prove the
Kremlin dominated Communist
party a threat to the security of
the French state Sweeping
earches were also carried out in
morning .ong for.ys against Red
meting places from regional

headquarters down to single roora
“cells.”

Paris Militiry Court Magis-
trate Yves Michel ordered th
action due to “attempts against

Pharmacy!the external security of the stste

ind attempts to demoralize the
rmy, The Raids went off with-
out incident and the men arrested
were taken on specific
before hand and handed
ver to 14 Commissaries Chief In-

warrant

vious ones in that lectures wil! be|and heavily armed police squads.

Airforee radar screens we. »). | Riven in two country distrie'* Government action came without
lowing the oni “a noraat pro. | These talks in the country, one }warning after the campaign
cedure when they picked up an]! St. Peter, and the othe: in St.lagainst Communists begun — last
unidentified aircraft in the same {Jenn will be given in collaboii-\May had seeming'y died down
arva. In 15 minutes the two spots; 402 with the Mobile Cinema But government specialists had
on the radar screen: merged | A third lecture will also pejbeen quietly working over tons
about eight miles northwest ol] siven at tha Y.M.C.A. The a le documents seized during the



Nemuro on Hokkaido’
15 miles from the Russian border.
Shortly after both icks had
disappeared and a distress call in
English was heard by radio. Then falls
there was silence,

eastern tip

these lectures which begin at
o'clock
The week's programme is as

ve

1

8



eral public are invited to attend jnationwide raids of May 31 whea

rifle swinging police broke into
the barricaded headquar-ers of the
French Communist party in Pari












































ti 1 ki erative | haat see} nd het alt Oe ake ker son whom the V-terans] stalemate over the prisoner of war } opened a fund to roplace the American amphibious and jet, Friday, October 10,—Talk over mine i. ee oeerent te
tA eee ane ae Sp v3 fo rel his , riage on | Administration declared dead] exchange or make a “constructive boat owned by Joseph Griffith fighter planes combed the area; Rediffusion by Mr, F. S. Olton,|;ued by Magistrate Michel is the
flight from Frankfurt to Berlin | vivor as he found his carriag more than six years ago, proposal of their own.” of Crab Hill which was burnt. ihroughout the dey but were; p.m strongest possible peacetime ac-
to pick up patients. It was buzzed | the platform, } a ; Lieut.-Gen. William K, Harrison Contributions can be left at | hampered tm their search opera-| Monday, Qctober 13,—Lecture}cusation and could draw the death
by Soviet jet fighters near Koen- A Railway official said the locai |, MS. Zellg Stanoff 52, said alsenior Allied negotiator told Reds the Advocate office or at any tions by 200 foot of eeiling ty Dr. A. L, Stuart at Y.M.CA.| onaity for anyone convicted of
nern about 90 miles southwest of t atl was just taking on passen- letter from her son Harlenj at Panmunjon that the U.N. Com- of ..the three commercial || Subject: “Acute Respiratory Dis-|! ti ee t the External Secu-
Berlin in the southernmost of the cae when the Scottish Expre: Hewlett was mailed from Samar} mand had nothing further to offer Semtyae x }) Japanese prvss. reporte-from the | gages.’ € ay ne o ee ernal Secu
three hundredmile widercorridors | hit the back of it The exp stand in the Philippines, It saidjon the subject of prisoners Amount previously | tiny Japanese held island near the! “‘pyesday, October 14.—Lecture] “*¥ Of France.—U.P,
linking the city with western engine was buried in the wreck~ |he aa alive,.and well. In his & aren woe set a . is oe $40.00 oeeers anes ae ee |e Heywoods, St, Peter, by Dr. .
Germany. e. In the Scottish Express |letter Harlen told his mother he | “up e Communists to show . BE. Bell. r-+, 10,00 northeast of Japan, said the|G. Reader. Subject: ‘“Venereal
First reports indicated that one casstngare were just taking |WaS wounded in February, 1945,| whether they too want an armis- The Barbados Youth Superfortress issuing black smoke | )iseases.” D ] ‘ ll d Off
of the M.:G’s tried actually to; breakfast. An attendant said |on Luzon and spent the next tice, U.N, insi s on voluntary re-. Movement ... 1.00 | was seen going down in the direc-/ Wednesday, October 15,—Lec- ue ( wa e
shoot at the hospital plane but| “We felt a terrific swaying and twenty six months in “dozens of een ne pt Ca wad pees tion of the Open sea within Rus-| ture at School Pasture, St. John,
Jater an Airforce statement said | immediately flung ourselves to the | hospitals” in the Pacific, ieAtean General Mam Ti Bi pe Total... $51.00 sian territorial waters yesterday | by Dr, E, B,-Carter, Subject: HAVANA. Oct. 8
¢ j . > e ras ‘E € 4 “Ve 3 ave , 0 “Diseas 1 _ po ‘“ Oe . of ae
sovyrs) machine gun bullets were | floor. When the crash vapre | After that, Harlen said he vent} used these conferences as a forum , oe Moers believed from ene hee “5 Film Show The “Affair of honour between
fired “not immediately directed at; people screamed for help and the |; 45 business on Samar Island and] for the most vicious type of pro- ir Force officers believed from) Friday, October 17.—Film ShoW i roberto Agramante Presidentiai
the plane but apparently intend-! noise was (remendous. Clouds of now /owns's farth ands etter paganda.” eee ba ms srnecte Aue ge eee es e ares iy fish Council at the candidate of the Cuban People
ed to at'ract attention, or to serve | steam and smoke hind red rescue jtion company, But he said he is ITI N rye 1" pee ern, “i te i OP | . (Orthodox) party in the election
as a warning. lwork but ail of us who could, back in service again and will], $s iS | 77 LEE | ot rade mne\unidentsfed pian m4 | »ostponed by Cuba’s latest revo-
The United States military |tore at the debris to help those b6 discharged soon. He said he Canadian Millers | I Mi 4 Li jution, and Party President
plane landed at West Ber'in’s| still trapped.” Men ripped of thein Iplans to return home é n ens 1ves * @ | G ver . A , fg Emilio Ochoa has been sett'ed
Temolehoft Airport to-day after |sbirts and women tore up thee | It was a terrible shock, J In Jantaica ( Voroecca Rejects x70 nor PP ounts without > need duel ac-
: ‘ as 4 m ust d A ; ithou the annou
the incident in the air corridor.|}skirts to help bandage the!) : ; : | WAS nC na a ct t wORiinell ‘raviorts
i 4 > getting a letter from the oe ss | ‘ ASHINGTON, Oci. 8 a Y cording to unconfirmed rep
—U.P. | injured. ‘dead Mrs, Stanoff said. “I just] pe iene cca ee at tan) Secretary of State, Dean Aches- French Re orms | Council Members The quarrel srose when Senor
ee eae. et ee * .knew he would come back some-! a... .4;.., Nation. ‘ilere? jon at his press conference Wed- a 7 rade «Mig eget
° | 7 ; Canadian National Millers’ Associ- | necday said Unit 7 a — = (Trom Our Own Correspondent) Ochoa made remarks at a party
Detectives Seek j Hurled Into Air vaae : ert oo se hope for} ation arrived in Kingston tonight ;,, hvue a ae heer CASABLANCA, Morocco, | Asenicish: thet: 2 meeting Sunday to which Senor
ean | ‘The Night Scot smashed into the — one and -now he will be tram iene ns me lives of men’ in order to get Reds Che (Balter oe ites pon oe is Be en go ret peerestene took offence, Accord-
5 oe os > ‘ : . visit an alks. *y have ¢ ads < vre e een a : © HSullan OL MOrocct * e - . . . @ Se
Poiserer Of Four | rear of the- local commuters | —B.UP. sited Barbados and Trinidad | to agree to a truce in that coun- ljected the French Government's | appointed Mr. P, E. Ryan, Mr, |ing to unconfirmed re port enc
train standing in the station with; res ance leaving Canada a week ago. |". ' ‘\proposedt reforms as flatly as the | W. E, L. Wall and Mr, W. EB.L, Ochoa apologized and said the
SYDNEY, Australia, Oct. 8. {some 800 passengers jammed in 4 i , . —_C.P. Commenting on U.N. action in \pey or punis rejected those for; Walwyn to be nominated members Whole matter would b® “inconve-
Top ranking Sydney detectives |the aisle and others still board- | Newsmen Be in epee a recess in truce discug- in tnisia, Morocco’s sidter rgolbei| of the new St, _ Kitts-Nevis- !nient” to both the party and th
were assigned Wednesday to track |ing. There was an ear pitting, | 8 Naha th as aes force orate, informed sources said on| Anguilla Legislative Council, Cuban people—U.P.
down a prisoner suspected of mur-! oxplosion-like crash the coaches t f Y / 9 Useless to continue talks so long Ava minal . ink. mesitiie
ens pu Sed tea wltk ie awe the hurled» tragily . into the | Talks Saturday Health Con ererpce as the Reds “utilised negotiations Wednesday | night. td sourees al
element thallium, and trying to air smashing an_ overhead| THE Barbados Sanitary tn-|!°! false and vicious »ropaganda French President, Vincent Auriol
kill at least two others since 1943. st:el bridge and throwing | BALTIMORE, Maryland, Oct. 8 ” mary 7 , ;! ! ng lawtiitaak sae reseed
i p ' : ie tae .% Ispectony” Association are holding ‘pyoe Secretary aie ,, wecelved in Paris last week pressed
hose Be een ee sereaming men and women jown| Luis Franzini, President of the 15? Health Conference to-day at wwin eee shacty oe eee ee uloroc« Xi case for independence
rsons believed to have died from fae ee oros Seer eens qromcents Pee: Beciety. ree a.m, at Queen’s Park. Dr} gotiate and will again meet with Ptengly in an obvious attempt to
og late ae tir dee Tacetaie a | ‘isos bare Guased and toveial rived in Baltimore last night o1'y w farkness, Medical Adviser | the Communist delegation when- Polster the Arab-Asiatic — case
: ea , Other cars reared anc vp“ |a Swedish motorship to attend t Colonial Development and | ever they are ready to accept any }vhich is expected to reach a
member of the aluminum family.'sideways onto the parallel tracks] the Society's Eighth annual meet- (2 olonié t : y al nd ley any fiimax shortly when Tunisia’s |
i : . ighth annual meet are ll *n the Confer- » of our numerous proposals ¢
The ee eospeciad victim hb tight in front of the onrushing|ing in Chicago October 11 to W® rate we open re eens one nt Sees aa - of }tea comes befor the Uniteas
crema’ ore the autopsy could (ondon Manchester Express. October 16 ence and addresses w > given | lawe constructive proposa Cre” Mar etal hae mean ist
be made, Crime reporters called | Chere was a second tremendous | fe ee es nine }OY Dr. Coun Vaughan, Dr. F. G their own for an chon settle - | Ld fat sce the inition. ine
he deaths tho st tion: | Franzini said two main issues ,.. - G. H. Fagan, Mr. H.|ment of the prisoner of war | ;
the deaths the most sensational | »rash and the wreckage and glass to be discussed are Government eader Mr. G. H. Fagan, Mr. uestion ti rmed French Resident-General
series of poisonings in Australian | pew across the platform until the eadteiction Cte’ neiraiaceie. ciantiis I. Bell, Mr. G. L. Gittens. ja oe | Augustin Guillaume that the publi-
crime’ history, —U.P. {scene resembled a battlefield. laste an ae pee re The public are invited We Bien ak Ha selections cabcsie
There was a moment of silence. |" 10 ith ape Ae - i lFrench proposal is “imminent.”
* Then the stunned and dazed’ PY @stribution and price of news~ This explained Guillaume’s sud-
nnua ory passengers crawled from _ the print.—U.P. 7 T fen ret ort from Paris by ‘plane
; ss aw 7 i eturn n Ps ) i
“ wreckage and from the buried] this me and his immediate
Con: e nce O CMS coaches began the screaming and 4 } jemand for an interview with the
coaches, begar ‘ TIS IS WELL oe |
“ | Shouting of the trapped and in- . Sult
SCARBOROUGH, England, Eseingd. cartels on their way to ¢ The Resident General had plan-
; Oot 8, | London's financial distrie x WASHINGTON, Oct. 8. ned to stay in Paris a few more
Mr. Winston Churchill opened ‘3’ ifiowe ic pT » Nigh Scot hile A United States official has vis- S eS ro e2 days before returning to Morocca
the Conservatives’ annual confer-| SO\Giers Cu aj a 7 ight set iis t ited William Oatis in Czechoslo- a in tir to watch imminent army |
ence, the first since the party re-/ dren on their way to ~ hool at Vakia and has reported that the manocuvres, General Guillaume i
gained power a year ago. Peace | Wripedttauisere and Dace acketa | inprisoned American reporter | SEOUL, Oct. 8. visited the Sultan at his palace at
and harmony were expected to,‘ 4 ;

,fays he is well, Secretary of State



11.00 a.m. a hours after his

reign without any of the family} THE NAVY said a U.S. propeller driven navy plane





eon Dean Acheson disclosed Wednes- | 3 j lane touched down at Rabat air-

warfare that featured the Labéur ee et Meee ee 7% oe day. “i at Pm t! was snot down by a Communist MIG 15 jet ene ier! No eommunigue was issued
Party conference. Bet oe ‘It was e@ secon ime a ardz er was destroyed by Red anti-aircraft ; ities fhe interview, but sources
More than 1,800 resolutions are Seeped out the doorway and Communist Czechoslovakia has yesterday and anoth ro + Sultan a to modify

aid tie es

fire. Two Corsairs were lost when planes from the United
States carriers Princeton, Essex and Kearsarge teamed

listed {or discussidn but the con-,4ripped on to the tracks, Those

| ae 7 permitted an American Embassy
ty policy | not severely injured bofan drag-

official to visit Oatis since he was his

the teri of proposed an-

ference does not makes



‘ ae ; * yurcement,
pad conference whinhegnds pe ee cesium eaten at Pamedl wear charges. a with Airforce fighter bombers. to hil ae pargets bare _—UP.
urdays c j 3 } j i Yongpong, 40 miles west of Wonsan in Eastern Korea.

mk ries } ar. ghee Seven of the Russian built fight-







far outside the normal
n northwest Korea
} pounced the flight of carrier
; planes and downed the one Cor-
sair. The other plane was lost
near the target area

| ers ranging VORE DELAY WITH
| kates’ eres IRAN MAY HAVE
SINISTER CONSEQUENCES

TK

35 LEADS

on

WASHINGTON, Oct. 8



It w the second time in less Iranian Premier Mohammed
;than a week that M.I.G’s. ap-|Mossadegh called the United
|peared near the Eastern Korean |¢+at, Government’ attention

jconst to destroy 2 propeller driv- |wednesday to the “sinister” con- |

oe warplane © from.” 8 United sequences of more delay in set-

| States RATE.ET: idling the Anglo-Llranian oil di:-

| Avenging U.N. soldiers battered | pute.

Chinese Communists With savage Premier Mossadegh’s warning

counter attacks as the Eighth Ar-jseemed a thinly veiled hint that ‘
‘my Commander, General Semesitran might fall to Communists if CHOCOLATE
A. Van Fleet congratulated his|jts demands are not yet met,

fighting men for stopping the big-
gest Red drive in twelve months.
Allied infantrymen ured

a letter to
Dean Acheson.

was contained in
Secretary of State
The

COKERNUT BAR

%



recapt letter was handed to Ameri-
jiwo of seven positions st lean Amb idor Lloyd Hender-
Communists in the heavy two-du ,



Red assault. yi

French and South Koreans again a 8 ply
| Shouldered the heaviest fighting latest
| northwest of Chorwon at Whit« _—

in Teherar
ly ¢

to th

Tuesday ni
US.-Britist
Moss
propos:







i mietr
settlement


















| Horse. Mountain and Arrowhead | In the letter the aging Premie
|Ridge on the céntral front jexpressed “highest ¢ (Milk Chocolate - Caracrel - Fudze)
Some 2,000 Cninese Reds srmiash- jana Sincere y
led at French and South Korean|Mr. Truman's eff
positions last night and early to-jfclution to the 4 er , ~
. fm : aes ad . " : C but ted Nations troop i i
: tossed the ck and cc at j
‘ by Ivan rh 1 et + followe 7 36 ¢ by attacke . t to ie t s eee eee me |
Rounding a mark in yesterday's Tornado Race, TK 35 skippered by Ivan Perisins leads the fleet followed by TK 36. TK 40 skippered by a ed 3 : Ww P.) ( —U.P eoeeergeesresees
Teddy Hoad eventually won the race, surround v Sn l _













PAGE, TWO
‘ OS SANTOS Kt
SD 1 e back ove!
Lire ha veek to ¢ °
iiry into the Salaries
alf of the Government
the Jf sengers )



ra fc rrinidac

“Back From Holiday

f 1 MRS. J. KREINDLER



Ler chuidren re-
f US ‘ Monday
to I afte pendin
ert ne
Kreindler is Managing Di-
of Messrs. G. W. Hutchin-
Co. Ltd and f the
n Dress Shoppe, City
Few Months
J r. BOUMPHREY
fo “iS home “Sandy
Bay’ wt James, after pay-
wieituta England where he
ouple Of months’ holiday
I io Saturday by the
Golfito,
On Business
STANTON TOPPIN of T
Geddes Grant Ltd., left for
by B.W.LA. during “he
k on a business visit

To Reside
M ISS PATSY THOMAS, daugh-
» 1 of Mrs. Enid Thomas of
Cheapside was among the passen-
Mon-
to the

island on
en route

Le” The

B.W.LA

U.S.A

Patsy has gone to reside with

her aunt in New York City
Residing Here
RAR. and MRS. K. J. MAR-
i SHALI and ~ their little

ugl Catherineé,-arrived from
Glasgow by the Golfito on Saiur-
day to reside in Barbados

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Mr Redman, Secretary of th
S.P.C.A., over Rediffusion Ltd., on
September 22,

Good evening, everyone, First
of all, I. would like to thank
Colonel Oliver or yehalf of the
Society for the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals, in giving his

permission for these monthly talks

over Rediffusion.”
This evening, I am

asking you

all for your co-operation in help-
ing the Society, by reporting to
them, any animal you may eee ot

know of, that is or has been ill-
treated, hurt, starved or in dis-
tress. You wouldn't believe how

many animals suffer and are con-
linually neglected and under-
nourished.

Horses, Mults and Donkeys are
working animals and they need
care and good treatment, regular
feeding and watering along with
kindness and consideration. When
they get this, it is surprising
how different animals will be,
stronger, happier and able to do
their part of the work well and
willingly. *After all, they get very
little out of life and are so com-
pletely dependent on their owners
or loving care, cleanliness, food
and attention,

Then there are the sheep and
oats who are left out to graze
all day, they should be tethered
in the shadiest and most grassy
spot and watered regularly. Then
put up to rest before dark, No
animal will thrive, if left in the
broiling sun all day.

Then, there's our faithful friend
the dog. To begin with, I think
veryone in. any circumstance
should think long and carefully
before taking on any animal to
keep for its lifetime, There is the
question of feeding, not only
when it is young and needs very
little, but when it is fully grown
All puppies are attractive and
loveable, but puppies grow ftast
and the question is—will it always

be loved the same way and will
it always be looked after well
There is nothin Oo cruel, a
farting to keep an animal who
naturally gets fond of its sawney
ind attached to th¢ only home

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ivi ia represeniatis
' ern Electric 1 the We
ho 1 paying
i to the island, lef
ek-end for
rrink
Roatine Visit
M: A DeK. FRAMPTON,
C.M,G., Agricultural Adviser
to Development and Welfare, left
for Trinidad by B.W.1LA. on Sun
iny. He has gone on a routine
visit and expects to return t
Barbados this week.
For Grenada
eae HON. F. C. HUTSON,
M.L.C. was among the pas-
engers leaving the island for
Grenada by B.W.1LA, on Sunday
last on a visit,
Short Visit
R. C. C, SKEETE, Director of
Agriculture also left for
Trinidad by B.W.LA, on Sunday

hort visit,

Visiting Daughter

on a

MES: STANLEY KINCH and
her son Roger were passen-
ers for Montreal, Canada durin:

the Mrs
her
in

to

past week by T.C.A.
will be visiting
who is_ tesiding
Canada and expects to return
Parbados early in December,
Hiome After 10 Years
M* CHARLES YEARWOOD,
4 son of Mr, A. Yearwood,
Jeweller of Bolton Lane, returned

Kinch
daughter

to the island on Sunday by the
S.S. Colombie from Trinidad
where he was living for the past
10 years. Mr. Yearwood is an
Optician,

Spent Eight Days

R. AND MRS. LOUISY who

arrived in the colony from

St. Lucia for eight days’ holiday,
returned home yesterday morning
by B.W.LA.

During their stay here they were
guests at the “Savoy”, Bay Street

then
oughtless

ai for some selfish
and t* reason they are

t wanted, They are turned out
to st and wander and be-
col engers of the night,
up dustbins and causing
cistu in their search for
fcod ad unhappy creature
it is th that the S.P.C.A
ask y« to help them destroy
merciful Of course, sometime
there is good reason why
an animal cannot be kept any
longer, it maybe circumstances
prevent it or thé animal is sick
and old or develops a_ disevse
that cannot be cured or the

owners have to leave the island.
If any of these or other difficu!-
ties should arise the S,P.C.A, will
be pleased to advise, if communi-
cated with, dial 2624 or send to
the S.P.C.A_ office at the Harbour
Police Station.

Then when it is decided to keep

a dog, another weighty problem
is:—whether to keep a male or
female, they are both such won-

derful companions and a numbe
of people prefer a female, but it
is the female dog who suffers so
much if she hasn't a good hoine,
Also she needs more food when
she is whelping. So many of
these poor animals on the road
are distressed females, some with
litters of puppies left all over
the Island to starve, They then
become wild and kill
and even attack sheep for
so hunted and straved are they

chickens
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The S.P.C.A. would like to
advise that a female dog should
only be kept when there i a
walled in yard or garden, so

that the animal may be properly

protected at all times by its
owners
It is a great attraction to any
Island and its people if the
nimels are healthy and well
cared fer, Se, with your help the
S.FP.CA are hoping to accom-

plish this. And now, I wish you
all Goodnight, and thank you for
listening.

This was the talk given by Mrs

Redman, Tuesday night
Good evening, everyone. The
Society for the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals would like to
make an appeal to all owners and
managers of Estates and Peasant
Proprietors, also the owners of



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ting Barbados, They
the colony on Sunday

Hollow:

who are vi
wrived in
nornin
They are delighted with
island and look forward to
happy days during their
First Visit
ISS LAUREEN HUNTE was
among “the arrivais by
B.W.LA. from Trinidad on Sun-
day night on her first visit to the
island. She will be a guest at
Super Mare Guest House during
her two-month holiday visit.
Miss Hunte is employed
Receptionist at the Tourist Bureau,
Port-of-Spain.
A, Month’s Holiday Visit
a= arriving in the island
during the past week from
Caracas, Venezuela on a month's
holiday visit were Mr. and Mrs.

euc
many
stay.

as

Chelinif who are also guests at
Paradise Beach.
Enjoyed Stay
IsS E. OUTRAM of S&t.

Matthias Gap, returned by
the S.S. Golfito on Saturday last
after a three-month holiday visit
to the U.K. She had an enjoyable
holiday and is glad to be back

nome
Off To Canada

R. A. P. MUIR of Buttals.

St. George was also a
passenger during the past week
by T.C.A. for Montreal, Canada.
He will be spending about tnree
months’ holiday there

Returned
ANTHONY HAYNES re-
to England via
Jamaica by. B.O.A.C./B.W.1.A
on Tuesday after spending his
vacation here with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes of
Parkes, St. Joseph

R.
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And Happy Animals

dairies, who employ people to
look after their livestock. They
ask them to inspect their animals
fcod at feeding time, every once
in a while, to see that cleanliness
and the right amount of balanced
diet is given, also that they are

fed and watered at the correct
times to maintain good health
Then, to overlook the animals
thoroughly for sores and bruises
and continually inspect condi-
tions themselves, which would
help to relieve a lot of suffering
among livestock and promote
health and comfort for them.
They will always thrive under
the best conditions and give so

much pride satisfaction to
their owner.

The S.P.C.A. also appeal to
owners of Horses, Mules and
Donkeys and ask them to watch
for sore eyes....sores under the
harness and lameness. Lameness
may be due to many causes: it
is a sign of pain; lameness in the
fore limbs is shown by the un-
even carriage of the animals’
head and lameness in the hind
limbs is shown by the uneven
carriage of the hind quarters. To
work a lame animal is an offence
and if any of you should see a
lame animal working, please no-
tify the S.P.C.A. by telephone
2624 or reporting the matter to
the S.P.C.A. office at the Har-
»0ur Police Station,

Now, I'm quite sure that all of
you have been hot anq_ thirsty
these past weeks, then, please
remember that your animals and
pets suffer these discomforts too
and see that they have plenty of
clean drinking water and can
find shelter from the sun,

And now, a word about Cats.
It has been brought to the notice
of the S.P.C.A, that a number of
cats are kept in stores and ware-
houses to catch rats and mice,
well, that is quite in order and
some of them are fairly well fed

and

and in fairly good condition, but
there are many others that are
not so well looked after. It is a

mistaken idea to think that a cat
has to be hungry, almost to
point of starving before it
eatch rats or mice,
amount of food...milk and wa
ter daily will keep the cat health-!



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LADIES LINEN KERCHIEFS—White, Plain, Printed—24cts. were 57 cts.
LADIES PURE SILK FLOWERED HEADSCARVES, a Few Only $5.00
were $12.15.

LADIES FULLY FASHIONED NYLON HOSE $1.80 were $2.41

CORSETS—“BEST FORM”—$4.00 were $

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Clearing Old Stock LEATHER HANDBAGS $3.00 PLASTIC $2.00
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"HE engagement was recently
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ind Mr. Ronald D. Drewe, eldest
son of Mr, and Mrs, Harola
Drewe of Ilford, Essex, England.

Mr. and Mrs. Cresswell had
been resident in Barbados for six
years, during which time Mr.
Cresswell was attached to Cable
and Wireless, He was transferred
to the Bermuda branch.

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prospéctive son-in-law are in the
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Augustin of Castries.

ier and keener Do not imagine
it is humane to leave enough food
handy for the duration of a holi-
day either. The cat will eat all
the first day, then starve for the
rest of the time, unless the food
is given daily by some appointed
person. This should be attended
to and inspected for the care and
comfort of the animal. Do you
know that there are some people

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It's always a good idea, when
we suffer in any way ourselves to
give thought to animals and
birds. Who knows? Perhaps we
were given minds ‘so that Wwe
might take thought for all the
creatures denied our gift of
speech,

Well, listeners, I do hope you'll
all co-operate with the S.P.C.A,
in trying to make our animals
healthier and happier.

Thank you, anq Goodnight.

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Colonial Blind Campaign Comes To Life

9, 1952

Canada Helps
In West Indies

IN THE TWO YEARS s

LONDON.
ince the British Empire Society

for the Blind was formed, its plan of campaign—to lead an
attack on eye diseases and to bring new hope to a millios
blind people in the Colonies—has come to life in a score

of Colonial territories from t

The Society’s annual report,
published in London, has a story
to tell of “positive achievement
and of work purposefully begun
in one of the most extensive
movements of its kind ever un-
dertaken jin the British Colonial
Empire.”

The Society exists to serve the
blind people of 45 Coloniaj ter-
ritories. Most of its work at pres-
ent is being concentrated on the
African Colonies, where the in-
cidence of blindness represents a
huge problem, but much work is
also going on in the West Indies,
where preliminary investigation
has shown an incidence of blind-
ness at least three times that of
the United Kingdom

“The Canadian Nationa] Insti-
tute for the Blind, which has a
long-standing interest in this
region, has given invaluable help
and advice to organisations for
the blind in the East Caribbean,”
says the report.

Underlining the need for work
such as the Society is doing, the
report quotes Lord Halifax, the
Society’s president, as saying:

“Thousands of children and
young people in the Colonies are
blind. Most of them live as fam-
ily dependents or as beggars
wandering from town to town.
They could be taught a trade
but, at present, there are schools
and training centres for less than
300 of them — one in 3,000 of
the blind population

“For economic and humanitar-
lah reasons, we cannot fail, to
deal resolutely with this problem

naw its extent is known, The
Cqlonial Office and Colonial
Governments were among the

first to recognise its gravity, but
there is a limit, in work of this

kind, to what any government
can do. Care of the blind can
never be just an official matter;

it is the concern of everyone who

can see.”

Latest development in the
Society’s work is the launching
of a three-year survey into the
causes of blindness in West
t#ica — the most extensive of
its kind ever undertaken in the
British Colonial Empire. It be-

gins in October when two distin-
guished research workers leave
Britain with four specially
adapted vehicles and a mass of
research equipment.

Dr. Frederick Rodger, who will
direct the survey, is a well known
opthalmie surgeon, with wartime
experience as a medical officer in
jungle warfare in Burma. Lead-
ing a second team will be 26-
year-old Geoffrey Crisp, an
entomologist, who will investi-
gate the life history of the river
flies that cause blindness,

The new information they bring
back about the causes and treat-
ment of blindness in tropical
territories will enable the Society
to launch an even more vigorous

attack against blindness in the
West Indies and other tropical
colonies, —B.U.P.

ee

R.C. PRIESTS CAN’T JOIN
STATE ASSOCIATION

8.

of

BELGRADE, Oct
Annual Conference
Yugoslavia’s Roman
Bishops last month decided un-
animously to prohibit all Catholic
Priests from joining state encour-
aged Priests associations, accord-
ing to a high Roman Catholic
source. It said the Bishops threat-
ened to place sanctions against
any priest who violated their
instrutions.—-U.P.

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Chocolate

he West Indies to the

F Agriculture
In Dominica

From Overseas Press Service
_ Considerable agricultural activ-
ity is reported from Dominica,
British West Indies, where the
expanded road programme is
opening up new areas. A “real
fillip to production,” says the Car-
ibbean Commission, “is the Agri-
cultural Credit Scheme, with
initial capital of £15,000, which it
is hoped to raise later to £50,000.”

Far East.

The scheme permits loans on
future crops to lend-owners as
well as to tenant occupiers.

The cost of a Benana Demon-
stration Scheme is being shared
by the Department of Agriculture,
the Banana Association, and the
Antilles Company Ltd., This
scheme provides for a chain of
half-acre banana plots to be laid
out in various parts of Dominica,
to demonstrate to cultivators the
best methods for growing the
greatest possible yield of Lacatan
bananas.

Other schemes include a good
production campaign, a market-
ing plan, and a livestock scheme.
An agricultural small tenancies
bill has been drafted and is
shortly to come before the Legis-
lature, It is aimed at giving cul-
tivators greater security of tenure.



Souvenir Album
Of Kingston City

KINGSTON.
A souvenir album presenting
the history, activities and pro-

gress of the city of Kingston and
through the past 150 years, is to
be published by the Kingston and
St. Andrew Corporation to .mark
the 150th anniversary of the city’s
charter,

A issued on behalf
of the town clerk, said that
since it had been found feasible
to proceed with the celebrations
as originally planned, the coun-
cil had always retained the idea
of the souvenir album which
has been under preparation for
some time, and thé work on it
now well advanced,

statement

—B.U.P.



U.S. STUDYING
NEW PROPOSAL
FOR U.N. MEMBERSHIP

By ARTHUR J. OLSEN
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.

Authoritative Government
sources said Tuesday that
suggestion that the United States
favour an “open door” policy for
the admission of new members to
the United Nations is under active
study here.

The proposal which is under-
high officials would bar from
membership only those nations
which-are in open conflict, against
the world organization.

On the present list of potential
U.N. members, only Communist
China would be barred according
to an informant, :
—UP.

his yentieman obviously feels the urge
©o move quickly—something has stimu-
iated him to action! TONO has just



Hon. Raatgever
a ;
Receives C.B.E.
> .
hisignia
GEORGETOWN, BG.
British Guiana’s representative
on the West Indies Regional Eco-
nomic Committee, Honourable
William J Raatgever, has re-
ceived the insignia of the honour
of the C.B.E.. bestowed by her
Majesty on the Queen’s birthday
this year.

Two other British Guianese also

received the insignia to their
awards and another the BE.
medal. H.E. Officer Administer-

ing the government, Honourable
John Gutch, C.M.G., lent cere-
monial colour to an ordinary as-
Bembly of the Legislative Coun-

The award was conferred on
Hon. Mr. Raatgever for his pub-
lic services to British Guiana and
in presenting the insignia His
Excellency added “You have de-
voted yourself unsparingly to the
interests of your country, not
only as a member of both the
Executive and Legislative Coun-
cils, but on numerous other com-
mittees and bodies of a public
nature. In recent years you have
represented the colony on ‘the
Regional Economic Committee
and at many conferences Overseas,
at consderable personal sacrifice.
Your services have been charac-
terised by sincerity of purpose
and’ have been of great value to
British Guiana. I warmly con-
gratulate you.”

Mr, Ivor Qtterbein Smith,
O.B.E. “This award which was
made on the recommendation of
the Governor of Jamaica, h°s
been conferred on you in recog~
nition of your valuable services
to the government in Cayman Is-
lands.”

(Mr. Smith is now serving as a

Senior District Commissioner in
British Guiana.)

Mr. James Kenneth Luck,
M.B.E.: “This award has been

conferred on you for your out-

standing efficiency,

devotion to duty. You

integrity and
have

brought credit on the local audit
staff of whom you were the first

member to rise to a senior execu-
tive post in the department.”

Miss Millicent Knight, B.E.M.:
“This medal has been awarded to
you in recognition of your long and
meritorious service over a period
of 35 years and more particularly
the devoted service which you
have rendered to the welfare of
the inmates of the almshouse.”

These three were also warmly
congratulated by his Excellency,

who also shook hands with the

recipients, the council
as they stood witneasing the pre-
sentations.

2 Vessels Collide:
Ail Crew Safe

LISBON, Oct. 4.

The British freighter Granford
with a six-foot hole in the bow
arrived with survivors from the
Spanish freighter Montecfacho
which sunk after the two ships
collided in a dense fog off Portu-
gal early on Saturday. All 37



were saved but lost all their be-
longings. No injuries were re-
ported aboard the Granford,
Spanish crew members some in
the clothes

cheering

the crew members of the Montefacho

they were wearing

when the collision occurred said

Catholic stood to have the support of some that the Montefacho—3,200 tons

from Bilbao and the Granford—
7,000 tons collided on Saturday
morning about fifty miles west of
Figurira Da Foz, central] Portugal.

Six Spanish crew members re-
lated how they were able to leap
from the deck of the Montefacho
to the Granford after the collision,
Others went overboard into boats



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the tropics—you feel better for it—more

energetic—ready for

the day’s work—

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food for nerves, brain and body, and
a very delicious one, too.



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Build An

All-Steel Village

MACDONALD, Man.

AN ALL-STEEL apartment village in which each

home was built in 14 hours

Newsprint From

Bagasse Proved
Satisfactory

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.

Production of satisfactory news-
print from sugar cane wastes
has proved feasible, commerce
secretary Charles Sawyer re-
ported. Congress said “it clearly
demonstrated that. we can manu-
faeture from bagasse paper satis-
factory in all important respects
and superior to some newsprint
currently in use.”

He indicated that manufac-
turer’s costs are at least as low
and probably will eventually be
much lower in production than
the costs of newsprint now in use.
He said trial tests conducted at the
National Bureau Standards indi-
cated that “there is no question
of the superiority of the new
paper”.

The supply of bagasse, he added
is ample to meet all the needs
of increased newsprint in Louisi-
ana, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Cuba,
and the rest of the Caribbean
area have great. quantities.

—C.P.

and were picked up with difficul-
ty a half an hour later by the
Granford because of fog.

The Spaniards said their ship
ripped in the middle sank in half
an hour, She was carrying a



cargo of 420 tons salt from Tor-
risviega and San Pedro to Bilbao.

The Spaniards said most of the
crew were asleep.—U.P,



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GRATERS 29c.

BOX IRONS

COAL POTS $2.77
FRYING PANS 58e.
GALVANIZED

KITCHEN SINKS $9.51
3 ft. BEDSTEADS $13.43

4 ft. 6 ins.

with COIL SPRINGS $44.33
LANCASTREUM 6 ft. wide @ $1.40

* and 27 ins.

BARBADOS
COTTON FACTORY LTD.



will be fully occupied by ser-

vice families early in October near the station here,

The new community at Mac-
donald, Manitoba, about 30 miles
from Winnipeg, was the brain

child of the R.C.A.F, In only
three months they changed a
barren, weed-grown stretch of
land into a_ residential district,
with 100 gleaming, modern
apartments to house airmen's
families.

The air force described the
$1,000,000 job as an “experi-
ment.” o/'tz

The homes have two or three
bedrooms, living room, dining

room, kitchen and bath. A utility

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Wonita, Timothy H. Vapsiuytma Her
D. Wallace, Marion Belle Wolfe, Frankly
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OCTOBER |
from Trinidad
L.. Hunte, E. Andrews, R. Booth, BE. |
Cozier, C. Simmons, V Lewis, E Lew! \
J irems, M. Grems, G. Mason and |
G. Armdrer |
From Venezuela |
OCTOBER 4
J. Cummins, M. Cummins, L. Cum

mins, R, Cummins, S Cummins, E
Chelini, A Chelini, T Stoceo, T
Stocco, R. Anastaselli, A. Hetherington
Z. Hetherington, S. Hetherington, C
Perez, I. Delassen, J. Iequierdo, A
Milet de Saint, M Knaggs and G |
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OCPOBER 7
J. Nunes, E. Nunes, K, Murray, ¢ |
Maynard, T. Moore, O. Hill, D. Inni |
J Hoad, G Hill, D. Jones, J Hoad
H. Rouett, L Hoad, D. Thomas, A
Stoute, H. Edward, W. Kelly, H. Ramsey

and C. Goddard
From Antigua
OCTOBER 6

K. Taylor and W Hughes
From Puerto Rico
J. Wooster, L
M
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Wooster, V. Wooster
Weooser, C Wooser
Gonzalez, F Best, 5

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Johnson, 1H. Heddrerich, F Hedderich
P. La Paz, J. Kreindier, 8. Kreindler
P. Kreindler and M. Kreindler
From Trinidad
M. Dear, M. Tolenttno, E. Douglas
L Lynch, H Balfour, Z. Haydu, Z
Haydu, N McLeod, G MeLeod b
McLeod and G. Chan-Sing
DEPARTURES i
Yor Trinidad |
OCTOBER 4 .
R Rider, D Cardmaster Sir
Dos Santos, J. MaClean, R. Callagha oo
J. Cavanagh, M. Dear, 8. Pietrini, B
Pietrini, S. Eecalante, C. Escalante, bd
Mofford, M. Mofford, M. Bradshaw and
J Forest
for Grenada t
OCTOBER 5
7. Hutson. K Royer, J Royer, E
Munroe and C. Reece.
For Trinidad
A. Frampton, C. Skeete, G. Easdon
M. Basdon, M. Desouza, C. Mayard and Whatever your soup choice—Heinz
H. Wiltshire .

For Antigua makes it the way you like it — the

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*y Ronn, H. Ramsay, M. Laughlin, choose from, cach made just as you
Vv. Butler, & me! oad i would make it in your own kitchen.
Hues’ ee ey ; : Cooked in small batches, tasted, tested

and seasoned for perfection. And all
complete, ready to

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f : i stationa tubs, :
ane he agg in oil Rolex Watches heat and eat, Ne _e is are
heater. Thoroughly insulated from You don’t have to add water, m or
top to bottom, they were wry ae cream, With Heinz the first cost is the
designed to be warm in winter, Bolton od last cost. That is why Heinz Soups are
cool in summer, built f VOOOSOSOS OOOO OOP PO PPOTOS, so economical, too,
ss Seton \ aaekiconian Pen, ‘ Try Heinz Vegetable Soup, You'll say
units, and each has a concrete | THE HOTTER THE it is the finest soup you ever tasted,
slab as foundation, ee aes
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A modern sehool with six THE M a. E i
classrooms and two playrooms APPRECIATE
was provided for airmen’s
children, and officials expected po verte a bois
some 150 students of eight ‘
grades would be taught there,

Construction crews were rush- 4
ing to complete paved roads, . ,
conerete sidewalks and land- { TOILET SOAP 7
scaping projects in time for the :
wy 4 Oe ee ee aoe It leaves you feeling Cool | .

ut if anything should go ‘
wrong, it won’t catch the engin- all over, and ne ae .
eers napping. On a moment's as well. ‘
notice, they can knock down the KEEP COOL — USE ’
buildings and set up a new vil- LIMACOL TOLLET e
lage elsewhere. Or if it’s neces- SOAP -
sary, they can just as easily 1
convert the homes into barracks. |W469¢09¢0960906¢6600006060" ri

—B.U.P.

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10th

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heart of the
shopping centre.

An international stock
of Silks, Linens, Taffetas,
Nylons and Cottons

English, Dutch. Swiss and

Canadian materials

girs
SHOPPING AT SAHELY’S new Broad Street Store

will delight you — if only because you will invariably
find what you want!

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Yrinted by the Advocute Co., Ltd., Broad w., Bridgetown



Thursday, October 9, 1952

POUND OF FLESH

NO will surprised by the
announcement that a party of British in-
dustrialists are to visit Barbados at the
invitation of the local government. Visit-
ors have been to Barbados to
advise on all sorts of subjects for many
years, at our expense, and although little
action seems ever to be taken as a result
of these visits, no harm would appear to
be done except perhaps .in the increase of
personal frustration and disillusionment
which normally follows such visits.

one be

coming

In recent years there has been much
talk of industriaiisation in the British
Caribbean and in Trinidad, Jamaica, and
British Guiana noticeable has
been made with the development of other
industries besides minerals and sugar.

Even in Barbados there has been some
development of small industries and the
first deep-ofl well ought to be completed
before the end of 1953. But although in-
dustrialisatign is regarded as a new faith
by believers in panaceas, the attitude of
the Barbadian government with regard to
capital investment remains shrouded in
mystery.

progress

Opinion is divided as to the wisdom or
folly of building a deep-water harbour be-
cause local capitalists have little confi-
dence in the intentions of the local gov-
ernment and are afraid to tie up large
sums of money which could be profitably
invested elsewhere. On the other hand all
unprejudiced observers agree that without
a deep water harbour talk of industrialisa-
tion will never develop into action.

While no progress is being made with
the proposed deep water harbour, the
government has shown a remarkable lack
of understanding of the difficulties which
prevent the Barbados Electricity Supply
Corporation from erecting a new power
house and installing steam turbines.

Yet every lower first school boy knows
that electricity turns the wheels of indus-
try and that without an up-to-date elec-
tricity generating plant all schemes of
industrial development are predestined to
failure.

The government, it is true, has not been
helped to adopt a sensible policy towards
the electricity corporation by those short-
sighted persons in private and public life
who were so anxious to find faults with
the local company that they failed to
understand how vital it is for the island
to have a modern electricity supply in the
shortest possible time.

It is quite beyond the comprehension
of normal men to understand how a gov-
ernment which passes pioneer industry
legislation and which invites distinguished
British industrialists to its shores can
cold-shoulder the genuine efforts of the
Barbados Electricity Supply Corporation
to give Barbados an electricity supply
system without which no industrial
development can take place.

Few persons in Barbados realise how
much the confidence of British investors
was shattered by the Persianisation of the
Anglo-Iranian oilfields or how much dam-
age was done to the Barbadian reputation
for fairplay by the government's decision
to allow an American oi] company to com-
pete with a long established British oil
company in drilling for Barbadian oil.
However within its rights the government
of Barbados may have been in taking the
action which resulted in British Union
withdrawing from drilling for oil in Bar-
bados, in London that action has caused
investors fo think several times before in-
vesting in the island. And this shyness
of the London investor comes at a time
when the economists of the United King-
dom are emphasising that the British Com-
monwealth must increasingly rely on
American capital for development.

It is worse than stupid to blame the Bar-
bados Electricity Supply Corporation for
the reluctance of the British investor to
subscribe capital for investment in Barba-
dos at a time when British investment
policy is no longer adventurous.

However much the government of Bar-
bados might consider British reluctance to
invest in this island as misplaced they
cannot force Britons to invest in an island
in which they have lost confidence. The
task of the Barbados government is to woo
capital into this island, especially from the
United Kingdom if it can; it will only woo
capital if it offers incentives which are
adequate to break down existing sus-
picions and fears, To stick out, like Shy-
lock, for a pound of flesh when the econo-
mic heart of the island is already fluttering
to a standstill through want of a modern
electricity system will cost us dearly.

But to invite industrialists here to-tcll
us that without electricity 1 ndustrial-
isation is possible is a waste of money



A

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

+ | NEW PHASE IN MALAYA

Achievements Since General Templer's














REPUBLICAN
CONVENTION

1



Appointment As High Commissioner

By DERRICK SINGTON. iF

Singapore journalist who is the correspondent
of many leading overseas newspapers

A YOUNGISH British general, Sir Gerald
Templer, has got one of the toughest and
trickiest assignments that have been handed
out to any administrator in recent years—to
restore law and order in troubled Malaya,
and to form—out of the multi-racial com-
munity there—a strong self-governing nation
capable of defending itself against aggression
from outside and dictatorial uprisings from
within.

During his first six months as High Com-
missioner in Malaya the curious “tip and
run” war against 5,000 Chinese communist
terrorists, who strike from the jungle, has
been waged as successfully as at any time
during the three previous years. Lately
more casualties have been inflicted on the
terrorists (in June 109 were killed which
was higher than in any previous month);
fewer troops, police and civilians were lost in
July through terrorist ambushes and _ in-
timidation killings than in any month since
October, 1949. This means first that army
and police methods of tracking and shooting
are improving; but, secondly, and even more
significantly, it means that the civilian public
are better protected and better organised to
defend themselves, and—for this very reason
—are co-operating more willingly with the
police to help hunt down the terrorist gangs.

The campaign to end the terrorism in





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"When are you Chinese gone
To fix up The Truce in Korea?

"Not unhl we see how you Americans fix up the Truce in Chicago”

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are all agreed, I think, is

s
that war is madness, Neverthe- By Harney Millar
less, 1 was somewhat upset a few *
mornings ago by a small news spot’

of attacks, but the
definitely decreasing.
x

wave



; because one of the biggest A new edition, or rather, trans-
item. It stated that the Army had guns in the Eisenhower camp lation of the Bible, has just come
recalled a number of men who was trained on corruption and off the Press. It has been the
had been previously turned down graft in the present Administra- work of scholars for over the last
because they had not been up to tion. “Clean up the Mess” is one ten years, and one of the objects
the military mark mentally. Now of the battle slogans’ So what has been to bring the language
they were re-examined and found jappened! In one of the biggest up-to-date, without destroying the
to be quite fit. Al. nationwide hook-ups on tele- beauty of the literature which has

Unfit one day, fit the next. Isn't yision and radio, Nixon faced the made the Good Book a_ best
ic all madness? “To fight or not people of All America and bared seller for all time. Television re-
to fight,” seems to be the ques- his soul in a master piece of de- corded a picture of President

yp Scsidestoad hil anealbien livery, feeling and courage. He Truman ssetiee ce = copy—} Malaya is not counter-terror, but full pro-
Sse nae} y 5 es + ran the entire gamut of human an event which will always re- 7 . .
1 remember that the family of emotions amd won a resounding main a milestone in the history of tection for the population. Over 400,000

the girl who was shot dead in victory, In the language of a by- American people. Chinese cultivators and labourers who lived

Columbia University recently by gone ‘day “Ben the rz . It is too early to attempt a] . y , ;

a veteran discharged as mentally Tuscany.” en the ranks of | Jldict om the work of the tans-| in isolated shack-dwellings half an hour’s
i = See See re “Could scarce forbear to Jators and Editors, but I know] walk from the nearest police station, and ex-
1e Administration, ey c - ” samen + A c i

thet when Preakes i. that's the seen te that there are passages in the! posed to the violence of terrorists gangs have



Rew : But was this the end? Noe. It Old Testament which cannot be
ex- oldigr s name—was discharged, was then discovered that the improved upon in any respect.
he should have been confined and pemocratic Presidential Candi- The Psalms of David and Songs
not allowed to roam at large. gate himself, the aristocratic, de- of Solomon are a treat for those
Preakes is now in a home for the }onair Governor Stevenson’ had who read them understandingly,
mentally ill, but he had to shoot used a fund to supplement the and a quotation from the Book
mebody to get in. salaries of certain officials in his of Books always embellishes any
___ state, Illinois. So another demand composition into which it is in-
Like follower of fine for an exposure. Stevenson, after troduced.
port, I was sorry to see jovial some hesitation, has done so, and .Remember how Adlai Steven-
Jersey Joe Walcott dethroned in more, He has bared his income son, a stickler for prettily turned
the 13th round of a fight in which tax returns for the last ten years Phrases expressed his unwilling-

been resettled in new villages each overlooked
by a police station and protected by barbed
wire. The resettlement operation was con-
ceived and carried through by General
Templer’s predecessor, Sir Henry Gurney
who last year died in a communist ambush
in the hills of Central Malaya. And General
Templer’s task has been to continue where

every

be had covered himself with anq is challengi tise ver, ness to b i i-

. ; a s cha ging Ike Eisenhower, ness to be nominated for Presi ee! 3 ,
slory. In clouting Rocky Marcl- his Republican opponent to do dent... . Father if it be Thy Gurney left off. { With great energy he is
cno-to the floor in the first round the same. UL yo driving ahead with the work of creating
he submitted the new champion to * ca *

complete police protection for every one of
the new Chinese villages as well as for the
thousands of rubber workers who live in
isolated huts on rubber plantations. The
training of the huge newly-created army of
special constables, 40,000 strong, is being im-

an indignity which he had never A senator has suggested that a A recent flare-up in the activi-
suffered before, and looked like’ halt be called now to this finan- ties of the United Nations H.Q.
winning until he was k o’ed. “But cial nonsense which is shrouding here indicated that a lot of “grog”
he did-a fine thing for old men,” the real issues in the campaign, was coming into the U.S.A, on

id one commentator. He showed | agree, One was enough. His op- sidetracks. The representatives of
what 45 can do if you are really ponents attempted to smear Nixon, the various member nations are
determined to call it 38, The effort hoomeranged into their allowed to get their liquor duty
ranks, and there the matter should free, or whatever is the American

But my regret was tinged on A vb fai . 7 5 : :
the personal side, because Jers P& 2!lowed to rest. 7 ae Saents a er proved and intensified by the creation of new
gi Sup? i she ; § overe ons ‘
sey Jae had’ just decided 1 Communism, erime, "Foreign that too mush of this stuf! was| 10cal training centres.
seks Ma z eos rere neces? Policy with a definite statement coming in. It was more than a KEY TO THE PROBLEM
ae Walcott—the Pride of Barba- 22 Korea, and European aid all representative and his aides could But the key to the Mal bl f
dos. The original Joe Walcott, as demand 100% attention of those use up normally even if they en- . v e alayan problem o
y wall Owe; -ovae ©. acon wie ries outer dnc inde great pe sevisbly- shiy said the} community defence against minority terror-
: : bv ~ nation a is critical peri in Russians got far more Vodka, and] ; iat :
padienl wae soadt Lae. Bane its shistory. Let the red herrings the Britishers far more whiskey ism does not lie in further expansion of the
BS ¢ aes go their undisturbed way. than was their due, and investi-} Police force. The people themselves — par-
the ring here. He flattened all * * * gations started ‘ 1 . or P
comers, even some above his A sex crime wave has gripped My only regret was that the ticularly the Chinese — have got to be given

weight, one “old-timer” told me, the state of New York, It chal- West Indies do not yet have rep-| the right and the means to defend themselves.
and his hands which reached be- jenges all the resources of the au- resentatives, in their own right on
low his knees, carried dynamite thorities who are meeting it in this August assembly, for them
in both gloves, - Mf fine style. Many women were at- some good old Barbados Rum

Jersey Joe, who says he wants tacked in the darkened subway might have got a much deserved
a return bout at the heavyweight entrances and quite a number in publicity. It is really surprising
crown, also says he would like their homes and apartments. how little is known of this bever-

his children to keep the name of ag . j
; . : ge here and I had °
Walcott, and I hope he will be suc= The Police answer has been to brows a few fi 2 hg

cessful in both ventures. Joe’s real enrol a number of women cops bottle i

name is Arnold Cream. trained in the art of self defence. qrikerion tt mae he ten < d
* * ” On their rounds they are shadow- girls. The hostess a ‘Barbadiar

Drama of a high standard, en- ed by plain clothes detectives on had lived in New York sinc 1929

tered the political arena last foot, and also riding in ordinary so she proudly paraded this bot

week. The democrats discovered cars, The Commissioner has also tle. I looked closely at the bel

that the Vice Presidential nominee ordered cops to wear uniform and this is what it read” . aan

Guard is being built up. Altogether over
250,000 Home Guards have now been enrolled
of whom about one third are Chinese. But
the Home Guards are still insufficiently train-
ed and many of them are still without fire-
arms. More training inspectors are being
recruited and more rifles and shot-guns are
being allotted.

Two months ago the Legislative Council

of the blice 30 yw ing » fr rg ' i ‘ :
ot the a anele iy Maneioe when going meme stot: Conse posed of 90% Jamaica rum and] took a step of far-reaching importance. It
c ad us F = als p A ndies.” i i

pense fund subscribed by his several hundred more uniforms Yes, they know Jamaica rum wet Up the Federation Regiment open to all
aries im California, They on the roads and in the subways. here, but I remember Mr. Busta-} races, A Malay Regiment has existed for
anced in glee and demanded an And these measures seem to mante told me Barbados’ was nearly 20 b hi ;

e spo.ure, Noses were turned up, have done the trick, At least in better. y years but Chinese, Indians and
and Nixon was really I know, and I betieve him too.} Eurasians could not join it. The foundations

“on the part. There have been a number







Our Readers Say:



which they receive and the man-
ner in which qualified teachers
have recently been overlooked
for promotion. Yet their associa-

of a fully-fledged Malayan Army capable of
defending the country against outside aggres-
sion and internal terrorism have thus been

“Our Common Heritage” present “Prime Minister” really Wen, "S™fuice Went as if all is} laid.
To, The Editor, The «Advocate palongs 10 , the historian of the The situation is extraordinarily But many other tasks lie ahead of General
SIR,—May I thank “Satisfied” : : r anyon” serious and if the Commission of

to detach himself completely from Templer. The most important of them is

for the very kind remarks he i j Enquiry i i
3 arks the predilections ; S quiry is not given voluntarily : eo ‘ . i
mide about the, sere “Our tt pevetientions sis, prejudices then ‘something should be done} te creation of representative institutions
Soe, Heritage » his letter dorian cannot arrive ai a dispes® ie force the hand of the authori-] and the” extension of elections beyond the
in the vocate of sionat judgment on é a i ‘oi :

October 2, Ags For his inform- matters ae ne js - nen 2 wilt the teachers continue, to ith . local and municipal councils to
ation I should like to say that distance to see them in perspec- “™?race ~— the So-ca ocility}] which they are at present confined. For po-
arrangements havir been made tive. For Caer hem ‘in perspec peculiar to Barbadians at the y P ee

reason it may be

. litical pr i i Si
argued that it is not his business CXPense of their self-respect and progress must continue side by side

with the Advocate to reproduce

the pictures, that have appeared to attempt any prot . prestige? Will they view with] with the anti-terrorist struggle:

aie : any s nal 5 - ; and e
every Saturday, in the booklet jy mumtee: of aortas complacency tite destruction of endi f . 88 th
it a proposed t? publish. The politics, “TY the foundation of otr very civili- 1 oy of communist terrorism must be fol-
Advocate staff have gone to con- * Thanki in sation? owed by swif
siderable trouble to get a picture an me | 7 ating GEORG GREEN. if y 1 wie. sdne towards: Malayes
to accompany the scries we? cena oS. Whither Govest Thou ? self-government (and independence). There
Saturday and, may allow- ? ere i is no oth I i i
Ba en a ee Mie atta To The Editor, The Advocate er pattern of advancement in Asia

z SIR,— The settling of Barba-
“er Editor, the Advocate,. _—_ dog reminds me somehow of the

-—It should now be ¢vi- landing and making homes of
dent to even the most unwary the Pilgrim Fathers of America
members of the Community that ang 1 realise that there are still
Education in Barbados is on the a few (Pilgrims left here who are

down grade. i

During the past months many trying to save ‘This #land.
irfterestetl persons have made , There were Barbadian set-
requests and pleas for a Commis- e's who assisted in the capture
sion of Enquiry into the manage- °f Jamaica” and then I was so
ment of eur Educational affairs, interested in reading of the hos-
all to no avail, and I admit that Pitality of Colonel Walrond who

ticular, to pay a public tribute
to Mr. Cyprian La Touche for his
energy and enthusiasm in the
cause.

May I point out a change that
has been made in my plan since
I started the series. I proposed at
the beginning, as ‘stated in the
introductory article, to bring the
series up to the present time by
writing about the period follow-
ing the disturbances of 1937. I

to-day.

FOREST PROTECTS MOUNTAIN LAKES

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK.
: NEW YORK is reaching out and swallow-
ing town after town. Now Mountain Lakes,
New Jersey (pop. 2,806), has drawn a forest

had intended to tell the story I was reluctant to join the ranks resided in Hoibor Fontabelle! .

of the changes that have taken of those who complained perhaps We do wish that the spirit of around itself for protection. It bought the
place in this island during th® bevause of a political bias. But some of these great settlers of] green belt from a t

past fifteen years when I came recent developments which I am Barbados may prevail and contractor who planned

to awrite about the personality
and career of Grantley Adams.
After giving the matter the

to use it for building.
OVER the news that lecture topics at the

sure are without precedent
the long and successful
of Education in

it in redeem this island, which should
history by now be a Paradise to live-in,
Barbados have

Wi not want+the spirit of irgini » ie ij
most careful consideration and forectl me to throw in my lot with tho “oe / Carlisle = ies Virginia Bankers’ Association will-be “Op-
listening to the advice (some the dissatisfied. Indeed the dis- }ore again — We want the love] Portunities in banking” and“
times unsolicited) of my friends: satisfaction and confusion alone ana ‘gubaanee lotimarly aniasi gan mbezziement
and critics, I have decided with which prevailed during the open- and gu e y -‘mission-

and defalcation,” the New York Times puts
this headline: “Matthew XVI; 26.”

For what is a man profited if he shall gain
the world and lose his own soul? Or what
shall a man give in exchange for his soul?

aries and modesty of
Quakers—Awake Barbados!
PIONEER DESCENDANT,
Babies’? Creche
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR—, I am hoping in the near
shown future to open a Babies’ Creche

regret to confine the series to the the

dead. I was not, TI think, unduly
influenced by the counsel of those
who feared that my partiality for
“De Leader’ would lead me to
place him on too lofty a pedestal,
My decision is really due to those

ir of the Secondary School at
Richmonds would warrant inves-
tigation,

By rifusing the headship of the
Girls’ Secondary School at Rich-
monds (I take it the rumour is
true) Mrs. Adams _ has







wee er et wale on A that she too possesses the same jn the Indian Ground district, St TWO famous women are making book

7 i not impossible to write good sense rest 6 Jagnan- » OU] Ws . tts eh vue cen

cult bet aoe Re as good oo ' a aenee Peter, and am therefore askihg Zz . . Eleanot Roosevelt is writing The

career is still incomple%e. her husband’s entire political ind oe somppsed pose for gifts Ww akening, an account of her travels in the
I believe that my decision to career. of yom toys, picture books! Middle East, India and Pakista

exclude Grantley Adams _ from Privately, the members of the #4 children's pictures. These : i Pea evenee

the series will be @ serious disap- teaching professior from the Gonations can be left at Roach’s| And the life story of singer Kirste Flag-4

pointment to many people, But } is to the temporary assistants, PT store, Queen St., Speights-| stad, entitled “The Flagstad Manus nt "|

I clined to < that the e\ " © Rollock’s Hardware| , kagstad ~Ma

ja ce I acted on w right and tion both with the hurch St.. Speightstown, i though written by her i 1L€

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Evidence Concluded In Estates Chancery Suit

1952

Vice Chancellor Will
Hear Counsel Friday

HEARING of the evidence
Chancery Suit was concluded yesterday after
George Seales, the common defendant in all the
the five plantations,

in respect of
Lascelles, Mount Prospect

Estates
Percy
actions
Trents,
related

in the Panama

Colleton,
and Four Hills, had

his story regarding the purchase of the estates.

His Lordship the Vice Chan-
cellor, Sir Allan Collymore will
hear Counsel in the matter to-
morrow morning when further
hearing in the case will be con-
tinued. Legal appearances are
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instructed
by Mr. H. L. Thomas, for the
plaintiffs, and Mr. G. H. Adams,
instructed by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes,
for the defendants.

The plaintiffs, Reginald Oscar
Carrington and others filed three
separate suits in respect of the
five estates against Percy George
Seales and others. The suit is
being heard as one consolidated
action.

The plaintiffs are asking that
the share to which they are en-
titled in the said estates, both of
the Capital Account and the In-
come Account, be ascertained,
and for that purpose all neces-
sary accounts and inquiries taken
and made; payment and transfer
by the defendants to the plain-
tiffs of what shall be found due
to them in respect of the said
estates; that the Court appoint a
Receiver, and that the estates
be managed by the Receiver under
the direction of the Court.

Two Societies

The plaintiffs in their evidence
allege that the monies which
were used to purchase the estates
were contributed by two Societies
in Panama, one known as the
Barbadian Progressive Society of
Panama and the other the Bar-
badian Progressive Society of
Colon. They allege further, that
since the purchase of the estates,
they have received no account-
ing of the running of the estates
and plantations.

Giving evidence on beualf of
the defence yesterday, Mr. Percy
Seales told the Court that vrior
to 1944, and at the time of the
purchase of the estates, the
Barbadian Progressive Society
operated two branches, one in the
Republic of Panama and the other
in the city of Colon.

The parent body was the Bar-
badian Progressive Society of
Colon with the Society in Panama,
a branch,

In 1941 the two branches sub-
scribed monies and sent out dele-
gates to Barbados to purchase
Colleton in St, Peter. Since then,
further funds were contributed to
purchasing and running the other
estates.

At the conclusion of Mr. Seales’
evidence, His Lordship adjourned
further hearing in the matter
until tomorrow morning when he
will hear argument by Counsel on
both sides.



Sugar Industry To
Receive £300,000

KINGSTON,

Jamaica’s share of £300,000 in
the windfall which came _ to
Commonwealth sugar producers
from extra money received from
currency difftrences by the Min-
istry of Food in its sugar sales
to Canada, has been given to the
sugar industry by the Jamaican
Government.

The Sugar Manufacturers’ Asso-
ciation say that £264,000 of
the amount will go to the capital
rehabilitation fund of the industry,
and the rest, which is estimated
at being over £33,000, will go to
the Labour Welfare Fund. Cane
farmers will get their share of
the £264,000.

A Government official said that
as far as the Government was
concerned, the money will no
longer be available to aid the cost
of building a sugar factory in
Hanover, which cane growers in
that area want built, for their
canes.

The sugar industry could, if
they liked, use the money from
the Sugar Rehabilitation Fund to
contribute towards the cost of
building the factory.

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Road To Foul
Bay Under

Construction

; Within a few months excursion-
ists will have a new holiday resort
in Foul Bay, St Philip. At present
a road being built from the main
road to the Bay is near completion
and then vehicles will be able to
drive down to the beach,

Foul Bay is a popular bathing
place for residents of the district.
The building of the road has
spoiled the natural scenery,
though this would only be notice-
able to one who knew the Bay
before. But to one’ who is seeing
Foul Bay for the first time, there
is still much beauty about the
area, a rugged background of
cliffs which form the bay and a
wide spread of grape trees and
various vines being most of the at-
traction.

Foul Bay is a fishing district and
when the fishing season is ended,
the boats are hauled up on this
beach. The beach is wide and
waves break fairly high. A resi-
dent of the district told a reporter
yesterday that there is no fear of
under currents.

_One thing though, when excur-
sionists begin to make Foul Bay
the new “craze”, a shed will be
needed nearby to. provide shelter
from the sun, or rain, as there is
little shelter available about there.

The distance from the main
road to the Bay is about a quarter
of a mile, the last third of that
distance being hill. The hill goes
right down to the beach. At pres-
ent workmen are cutting out the
road about this hill where the
stone is very hard.

Residents of the district realise
that the Bay is sufficiently attrac-
tive to invite excursionists, and
look forward to the flush of spirits
that excursionists bring.

C.C. Delegates
Briefed For
B.W.I. Congress

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce at their meeting yester-
day discussed with their delegates
the agenda for the Ninth Congress
of the Incorporated Chambers of
Commerce of the British Carib-
bean to be held in Georgetown,
British Guiana, from October
20—23.

Of the 27 items on the agenda,
delegates were given the necessary
briefing on those which would
affect the island, namely: Canada
—British Caribbean Trade and
Steamship Services; the benefits
(if any) to be derived by contin-
uation of the Oils and Fats Agree-
ment; the desirability of adopting
Common Customs Classification
for the British Caribbean; United
action regarding the recent 15%
cut in imports from non-sterling
non-dollar areas and the granting
of all British Caribbean Govern-
ments of Landing Rights to all air-
eraft or recognised International
Airlines.

The Barbados delegates attend-
ing the Congress will be Mr. G. H.
King, Mr. S. H. Kinch and Mr, H.
A. C. Thomas. These expect to
leave for British Guiana on Octo-
ber 17 by B.W.LA. i

Also attending the Congress in
addition to the delegates from the
various participating colonies will
be Professor C. G. Beasley, Econo-
mic Adviser to the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare, Mr. A.
E. V. Barton, Secretary of the
West India Committee, Mr. W.
Ferguson, United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner in Jamaica, Mr. A.
R. Starck, United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner in Trinidad; Mr.
Max Palmer, Canadian Govern-
ment Trade Commissioner in
Jamaica and Mr. C, R. Stollmeyer,
Trade Commissioner for the Brit-
ish West Indies, British Guiana
and the Bahamas in Montreal,

Canada.



Chairman of the Congress will
be Hon’ble R. W. Youngman,
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Ministerial Three To Stand Trial M.V. Balata’

Government At November Sessions

And B.W.U.

The announcement that Minis-
terial Government will be in-
troduced in Barbados in about six
months’ time, and the necessary
changes that will be brought about
in politics, Government, and Trade
Union affairs, were the topics

Â¥ idely iscussed 2
HOGS = WHR Mor anEe ee-emibinte between February 13 and Febru-

> yesterday
city yoowrday. ary 14, 1952. Sgt. E. W. King at-
With Ministerial Government, tached to Central Station prose-
Ministers will not hold Executive cuted for the Police while Mr.
posts in the Union. An Advocate J. E. T. Brancker appeared for
reporter yesterday tried to get an Fybrace.
idea as to who might take over , aah ‘
as new Executives in the Union _TWenty-year-old labourer Er-
if present Executives became "¢St Taylor of Jackson, St. Mich-

Magistrates.

The charge stated that the of-
fence was committed sometime

Ministers, but Union members ap- @¢! Was committed by His Wor- ‘

proached could not readily call Sip Mr. C. L. Walwyn, charged
names of members who will bY the Police with the larceny,
naturally replace the present from a dwelling house, of clothing
Executives, including the Presi- Valued at £5 11/9, the property
dent . of Lionel Niles on September 16.
A Union member said, “We Sst. Alleyne attached to Central

shave become so accustomed to the Police Station conducted the case

present set-up that although of for the prosecution.
late we were hearing of the pro- His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
posed Constitutional change, the also committed Golbourne Lynch
announcement that it will be alias Mr, Ajax (59) of Sargeants
made within the next half year Village, Christ Churen on a
‘has taken us by surprise as re- charge of fraudulent conversion
gards whom we would prefer as of £17 10 belonging to Kenneth
Preeeeees ete,” Sandiford.

nother member said that mem- . .
bers were beginning to assess INQUIRY ADJOURNED
the “possibles” for the Executive ~ape. none tn
Posts. They are wonderin

5 Bulls Alley,
charged with the murder of Les-
lie Moore, His Worship Mr. C. L.

= ‘ es Walwyn, Police Coroner of Dis-

Someone Responsijle trict “A”, yesterday adjourned
“One thing we will be glad Sime die the inquiry into the cir-

about concerning Ministerial Gov- Cumstances surrounding the death

ernment,” a shop keeper said yes- Of Leslie Moore.

terday, “and that is that we will Leslie Moore a fisherman of

know where to attach blame Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy died on

when necessary, At present we his way to the General Hospjtal
can only say that for years now in the Police van about 9 p.m. on

Carrington Village roads or any October 4 after it was alleged

other roads have wanted repair, that he was stabbed at Bulls

or that people of this or that dis- Alley.

trict have to walk such a long The body of Moore was taken

distance for water, but with Minis- to the Public Mortuary where a
terial Government y

new Executives,

3 e we would post mortem examination was

know who is directly responsi- performed by Dr. A. S. Cato.
3 ed. : Yesterday Dr. Cato told the
ommenting on the possible Court that the deceased died from

changes in the Executive Posts of « rl
the Union, a businessman said sities a aie
that he hoped that new Executives : .
aa uphold a sense of responsi- REMANDED
bility and encourage workers to ~~. : .
give satisfactory work to their His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
employers. He said that years ago Police Magistrate of District “A
when waterfront workers worked yesterday remanded until Octo-
for half what they are at present ber 16 Frank Waithe of Reed
paid, they were more punctual, Steet, St. Michael when he ap-
worked more steadily, and were P©ared before him charged by the
more cheerful. Police with robbery and violence
on July 7,

Sgt. E. W. King is conducting
the case for the Police. Waithe is
not represented by counsel.

CHARGED WITH LARCENY

Wilbert Waithe (34) a labourer
of Station Hill, was yesterday
charged by the Police with the
larceny of a Raleigh bicycle val-
ued at £16 13/4, the property
of Vere Bishop of Bay Street.

His Worship Mr. Cc. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
af 1,500 head of cattle annually by before whom the preliminary
regular monthly shipments and hearing is being heard, remande:
fully supported cattlemen here Waithe until October 10.
on the grounds that there is sufi- _ The charge stated that the of-
ciency of beef cattle in Jamaica fence was committed on Septem-
to _— sone. eee and oT ber 26.
needs and at the same time for the pay, 7
promotion of inter-Caribbean FINED FOR _ASSAULT
trade. Cattle can only be exported His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
rom Jamaica on licence and so sn le Setrict "A
far exports of stock for breeding Police Magistrate of District + ;

EG : yesterday fined Stanley Jones of

purposes are allowed but no ship- Jacke s ichael 2 f
ment of cattle for beef or beef J@¢kson, St. Michael 20/- for as-
saulting and beating Hyacinth

has been made. Haynes of Sargeant Village,
Christ Church on August 9.

The fine is to be paid in 14 days
or in default one month’s im-

Import Licences»
’ 5 , prisonment with hard labour.
Being Considered THEFTS REPORTED

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Consideration will be given to Colin Carter of Spry Street,
Assuing licences for importation St. Michael reported to the Po-
from all sources of linseed oil- lice yesterday that $685 was
meal. sunflower meal, groundnut stolen from his residence about
meal, corn gluten meal, alfalfa 10.30 p.m, on October 6,
meal, pollard and malt sprouts, Eunice Bryan of Chapman's
not exceeding a total quantity of Street, reported that cutlery whicn
2,000 long tons, for immediate she valued at $8 and cash to the
shipment, it has been notified by amount of $3 were stolen from he:
the Controller of Supplies. house on September 22,

Persons desirous of obtaining Thieves broke and entered the
licences for the importation of house of James Archer of Spoon-
any of these items can make ap- er’s Hill, St. Michael on October 5
plication to the office of the Con- and stole money to the amount
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THREE men were committed to the next sitting of the
Court of Grand-Sessions yesterday by District “A” Police
The first was 35-year-old taxi driver Frank
Fybrace of Pine Land, St. Michael who was committed by
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on a charge of larceny of
eight tins of paint, the property of the General Hardware
Supplies and valued at £16 4/8.

Neville Osbourne of Bank Hall,
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at the Esso Service Station, Roe-
buck Stréet he was robbed of
$70 which he had in a wallet in
his pants, He did not recognise
the thief.

BOYS’ CLUBS NEWSLETTER



The Police have just introduced
newsletter for benefit of the
Police Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs in the
island. The object of introducing
the newsletter is to keep the clubs
in the Association well informed
of the activities of all the clubs
and by this way they shall be
brought closer together.

Las: month’s newsletter showed
that during the month no less
than 10 film shows were given at
the various clubs, the programme
including part of the Olympi
games, Skiing and some classical
films.

The three clubs
most initiative
Village, St. Cecilia and
den Village.

that showed
were Charnocks
the Gar-

As regards to sport, the Boys’
Clubs were well represented in
the Amateur Boxing contests
which were held at the Modern
High Schoel. K. Walters of Dis=
trict A. E. Straker, R. Gittens, M
Linton and J. Cutting of Bay
Street all won two fights each.



Mrs. Farquharson
Chairman Western
Guides Committee

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. 8.

Mrs. William Farquharson,
Island Commissioner of Guides
has been appointed Chairman of
he Western Hemisphere Commit-

tee of the World Association of
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. The
purpose of the Committee is to

encourage and develop the Guide
movement in Canada, U.S.A., Cen-
tral America, South America and
the West Indies, and to assist them
to have their own Executive
‘ouncils and standards approved
by the world Association, The
Committee hopes in the near
future to establish a Cabana to be
used as an International Camp
Similar to the chalet in Switzer-
jand. The new chairman now on
her way back to Jamaica from
England arrives next week.

RATES OF EXCHANGE

OCTOBER. 8, 1952

NEW YORK
72 9/10% pr, Cheques on
* Bankers 71 2 pr
Sight or
Demand Drafts 71 pr
2 9/10 pr. Cable
71 4/10% pr. Currency 69 7/10 % pr
Coupons 69% pr
50% pr Silve 20% pr
CANADA
79 6/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 77 7/10% pr
Demand Drafts 77.55% pr
.. Sight Drafts 77 4/10% pr
79 6/14 pr. Cable
78 1/106 pr. Currency 76 2/10% pr
Coupons 75 5/10% pr
50% pr Silver 20% pr
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Coastal Station

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adv se that they can now communicate
with the following ships through the!
Barbados Coast Station:



s.s. Shahin, s.s, Sundale, 8.8. Sei
brerze, 8.8. Mesa Verde, 8.8, Del Mar
Kfvz, 8.8. Trouchurus, 8.8. Jotunfjei
8.8 Pacific Nomad, 8.8. Sunavis,
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Balata which was discharging a}
cargo of pitch pine.

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The vessel arrived in port two
weeks ago but was in the outer
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Farther down the wharf side,
hands of three schooners, Zita
Wonita, Timothy H. Vansluytman
and Franklyn D. R. were unload-
ing their cargoes of charcoal, fire-
wood and copra These vessels
arrived in port over the week-end,

A few werehouse hands were
employed in loading lighters with
a quantity of molasses. The ves-
sel for this shipment has not yet]
arrived

“SEABREEZE" EXPECTED

THE Saguenay Terminals liner}
S.S. Seabreeze is due to arrive
here on October 10 under captain
Snemyhr.

This vessel is registered inj
Norway, and the local agents here}
are Messrs Plantations Ltd,

Two passengers will be disem-|

barking here, they are Mr. Me
Kenzie, and Mr. Archer, The ship}
brings general cargo including}

1,200 bags of salt, 900 cartons of |
beer, 300 cases bet and 585 cases |

of butter, |
TRAFFIC STUDS

THE Department of Highways!
and Transport are now placing
studs at road junctions thirty
feet away from each corner. |

Yesterday they started this by
working on the junction of Swan
Street, Lucas Street and Prince
William Henry street. |

These studs help traffic officers

when directing traffic and |
also help motorists in turning!
corners, They are not major stops. |

When traffic is approaching
from each of these streets men-|
tioned above, and the Officer
stops a set of them, they should |
not go beyond these studs. More}

of the kind will be placed at other
road junctions during the course
of the next few weeks.





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| Canadian Sardines per tin 18 re
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Carrs Cream Crackers per tin 1.68 1.2
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Quaker Oats 3-Ib. pkt. with Cup & Saucer per pkt. . er
Quaker Oats 3-Ib. pkt. with Glass per pkt. $1. :
Lion Brand White Pepper 4-o0z. tim $1.44 1-oz. tin 4
Lion Brand Black Pepper 4-o0z, tin $1.20 1-oz. tin 4
Denmor Boneless Hams 4-Ib. tin $5.65 2'4-Ib. —
Hunt's Asparagus Tips per tin i -
Palethorpes Beef Sausages per tin 64
Paris Button Mushrooms per tin as
Lustre Creme Shampoo per pot 7
Halo Shampoo large 69 small oe
Drene Shampoo large 90 small re
Kardomah Coffee per ‘-Ib. tin =
Buttercup Malted Milk per tin =
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE we THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1952

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TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE NOTICE
ae soe gienicedleantnrencete ~—_ aia Sass aceon THE BARBADOS ICE COMPANY “at
JE . . * oem . t ALPHA and LIMITED hae s s
he, ER ates a Ee FOR SALE |SHOP attached. situate at the cornet | NOTICE is hereby given that apptice,| VACANT Fe oe a eer Oe en wea TAX) — INCOME
: a jot WELLI ‘ KWIT ton has been ma > thé ; :
ROUSE—On October 8, 1952. Arnold ee erate eee ae ee ae meena TAX AND DEATH DUTIES DEPARTMENT
Fitzgerald, late hoc aster of eae 1 . | square feet of land [Dermond Proverbs for the tasue of a | '
Shepherd Boy St. James. Th AUTOMOTIVE The — contains dra pay 1 hare uaa tor fve | Shares, Nos. The closing date for submitting applications for the post of . a:
cass m . - < 8, pantry 4 c on 126101 to inchusive, ti e 2th mi m .
Fitts Village, at 4.09 p.m. t ee) io Seatach” ieeeafiens (Oe d : ms Rs Foie, Seek Meee: Se pre wens Bead Inspector (Income Tax), Income Tax and Death Duties Department |
MOSSt.. James: atish CNitereters, [ondition. Mileag ; coe 1 ond usual sonvEntences, MDW | certif pate tsetse the said Maurice|has been extended to 15th November, 1952. :
” : i the +0002 offiee 324 77 Mess v e riety on Proverbs has m lost and not
ae ese a . 9 10.52—2n | 2eStalled | sited with amyone as secufity or 9.10.52—tn.
fis Rouge _ wite) D gees Nigel, ae. Br J ‘ i =<") Inspection on application to Mrs e, and notice is hereby given
ee aoe ee) Olive, seashell mn CHRYSLER ROYAL 199) MODEL CAR, | Miller on the premises, or, Mrs 1. B. | within thirty days from date
we ad, (Br a good tyres and a | t $700.00 | & 5 a ‘osmopoliten auest Ouse, » claim or representation in re- S "
ter Mr ssa Sampeaee © 10'52—1n, |Courtesy Gare ~e D ae Street, dial ae pe t of such original certificate is made ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE @
Paes t 3.1.52—6n, | - pe a pe a . be set 1 oe }te the Directors they will then proceed J 4
WALDOST Florence F Wolcott nl _CAaR—One by -Dhryeler 4 Jeon) | James Street Bridgetow ° on Thursda rises wih se epg te 4 Two male Steno Typists required |
er th, 1852, The tune elcnes,| Pid Drive Automatic ‘Ge : rfect | 2th Ovte ies 2 Pim over By order of the Board of Directors Age: 19 to 28 years. | In the tropics, *
cree cy (oe8 das far | conditio Tyres practica “ | pf OOD & BOYCE T. NOEL, PEIRCE, ; . rf
Christ Church at cemetery. Friends|to Mr. 1 Sydmey Kinch ot 1.10 ,62— Secretar y Height 5 feet 9 inches. millions of pounds are
are invited ete cn | I will offer for s by Public Com- eae Education: Secondary School d
St ford V M nw ilbert and : on 4 D a ao : :
Stanford, Evelyn, Mark, Wilbert 2nd] “TRUCK —One 1946 5 ton Austin Truck, | Petition at my offices VICTORIA SACO | NOTICE Must be good typists with 80 words per minute shorthand. wasted each year through the
; a ne ” mile . 4 dade lon FRIDA 10th at 2 r a i ; 5 rn ‘ .
i 9.10 in. | one 16,800 miles, ¢ 1 order. Apply | Om FRIDAY SON ROAD NAVY GAR- | PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH Applicants will be interviewed at District “A” at 10 a.m. on the damage caused by White Ants. No d
: ; tanaper Anse ; I vor eA y ; unprotecte:
1EM ORIAM ep) 10.5250} 7320 SQUARE FEET with wide | Pe = a oe for a 14th October. timber Is safe f h f
I / ' 2 | Annuity, wi receive vy un- er is safe from the rav: insects.
HAYNES In lovin more Of our eer! LIVESTOCK | £ arcels of land at BEI MONT Dis- Gorviqned pth late than Saturday, the R, T. MICHELIN, p ages of in , from rot or decay.
ther W red H ho departe - ad | TRICT adjoinin the GOVERNMENT a) er, . Sack :
motner Winifred Haynes who gepar rises be CE OB tg eggs | Applicants must be Widows (white)| 1116 Head oe Commissioner of Police. rotect your timber the safe way by using Solignum Wood
May she st in pea e "IES *ure Bred Bul cellent buil site Immediate posses sarishioners an in straiten cireum- ce eadquarters,
cory sie, Fest, IM POMC | morencs | one male and one femal sent building site. | Immediate posses. | res ces pints oan , Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint
, ne isisters 9.10.52—1 3 condition { sale sly R. ARCHER M . 4 ’
= oe aid bea aireliion \ENZIE. Dial 27, Victoria Street Clerk, St. Joseph's as 8.10.52. 9.10.52—2n brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum
~_wen > Street 5.10. 52—4n 4.10. ri .
ANNOUNCEMENTS| ,....MECHANICAL [Swen Cee Bl cece Ainnnpnah cee dena tration Euaily attached 1a ee dwellinghouse NOTICE fi f
iar. (FAMILY ying a -, ind inflates tyres in quick-time. Courtesy | standing on rented and, ak career gt pd hereby given that all persons bevieg NOTICE forms of insect attack. Buy only
. 3 years’ re . ; S oak on 5S Ls 3ARRISON RF ecting
NT etek Gakey aed Medes mettre ananieeentensiecergeaoees | a wee emaneen, St, Semen wey, cent Ernest Cartule wields, late of ee. genuine Solignum, used the world over
maker. Free after October 16th, Work | AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT "| to the Public Trustee, Public Buildings, | Belteville in the parish of Saint Michael, satis
required vicinity St. Matthias Gap | cluding Grass oe oanY cere crop | Btidaetown as sisi sca, { 02, died tn this. Island on the fin dav The Decorations and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation
Tast s. Telephone 2961. 8—10 i orm Saggag i aibaw he house and its appurtenances wi 4 aby » 5 . y
— 5 On | oe Siearunatane, casa Lacters: Fertiiner {De ant Up Sot gale by puble eesnpediies ot reed ta: endl tm partioniory of ett ore aaa — —_— have been informed by the Manager of
4 rag? a ney ertilizer | a+ cur office, James Street, Bridgetown " , Bar jos Electric Cor a
ee SipRARY at : | distributors, Harrows, ploukhs a several |, “Thursday, 98th October 1952, at claims Ce et ne fo getatenea pecan Aa orporation, Limited, that their corhpany
Hastings, (Opp. Pavilion Court), ering | pial 4616 yy _ \! Hpm a Estate of the said Ernest Carlisle Fields, an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts for
latest books on Divine Healing, Sciences ia YEARWOOD & nov an. 1&2, Messrs Hutchinson € Banfield, at| the purpose of illuminations next June,
of Mind and T? Paycholog) leigt le i. | their office at James Street, Bridgetown, 7
Unity, Divine Scier irs, 3. Je | “mowed et eee on or before the 15th day of November, | |, a eae oe ace rou of a new Generating Set
Weatherhead, >. 10 | H sa _ goin once THE | joo. after which date I shall proceed to | Carly next mon’ and al uy t is impossible t oca -
Maillard, H Sai E | JANETTA DRESS SHOP. For terms | qistribute the assets of the said estate| rent at the : gh . le © all te any cur
Neville Goddard ¢ modes and other jand conditions apply to Cottle, Catford | anong the parties catitied thereto having a present time, they are willing to utilise this set for Mlumin- Apply to W. B. HUTCHINSON & CO
mastets, Drop Mond: ind Thursdays |for children and SPECIAL | & Co eh 5 § ™ |yegerd to the debts and claims onty of ation pu r ;
from 4-6 p.m. for inspirational contacts. |CASH PRICES. Courtesy Garage. Dio |THE BOWER — a bungalow-tyre| which I shall then have had notice and A parade during Coronation week, z °
8.10.52-—2n | 4391 3.10. 52—6 dwellinghouse situate at The Garrison, | that } shall not be liable for assets so dis- requested that all applications for a si ly for illumination P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN
eS n.|{Nhding on 7,444 square feet of land.|¢rimuted to any person of whose debt or| pumposes should be sent to th:
FOR RENT CANE CARTS Imported allicetecl six. | 204, Comprains two verandals, (Wo claim 1 sual Get have Rae. uouce < the | G, 9s the office of the Barbados Electric Supply For Details and Local Stockists
4 ie Deslaned cepectatly fon iseak can. (ee ns, two bedrooms, usual con-| time of such distribution ‘orporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, stating the actual
cor. hi t F ig a
ih ence teem ditions. Courtesy Garage, Dial 486 | venienc lichen &&c., garage, servants’| And all persons indebied to the said| wattage required Sole Manufacturers: SOLIGNUM LTD - 30 NORFOLK STREET - LONDON, W.C.2
HOUSES 3 10 s2-6n |Tooms, and enclosed garden. Electricity estate are requested to settle their
one exten sritsiaiinitaltaasitelcniiieiaggaaitain and Government | water installed sccounts without delay Any acceptance for applica
d ; Pp" Pp) ons for a supply outsieie the city of
Se ~ TY GRASS MOWERS Tractoi ,| Inspection by appointment with Mr Dated this Lith day of September 1952. | Brig. er =
eave AEROS I (1 Three! orawn, 5 cutting bar, Courtess me | St. Clair Hunte — Dial 3229 VIOLA E. FIELDS getown will depend on whether the distributing mains in the SHIPP
roomed c oor One ) ne se . ony . yw e se sal " : :
Bedroom. Basement. App!y to Mr B.C. | Diet 4616. 3.10.52—6n un edie ontamatitlon a Oe Qualisied Administra trie = district are capable of carrying the additional load.
Field, Dial 4285 ms 9.10 se—4n! Siivertr a G os Sypewthers. Avall-| James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, ancuaned. The mercantile community are respectfully asked to co-operate.
ILFRACOMPBE-ON-SEA, Maxwell Coast able. from Stock in various carriage |} October, YEARWOOD & " Borcs 12.9.52—4n. cm *
d s a - - . i a
Bxnelient sea Bathing, fully furnished ) Widths Base oY } tenement ae ae H. G. WEEKES,
fridge, telephone and radio, 4 bedrooms, ut <= p5e0.t0 | NOTICE NOTICE Secretary , The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
2 baths, Parlour and dining reoms usual 107 $325 0 > 4 . ’ Hl E POTATCES eecept Cargo and Passengers for
offices,’ Electric and water installed. |, a a, ' 7 Barbados Telephone Shares te Estate of ‘ Decorations & Illuminations Committee. Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Phone 825% it'0.52-¢. # n.] Enquiries to S. P, Musson, Son & Co.,/ 10 West India Biscuit Co. Limited PHYLLIS TRENE WILSON Nevis and St. Kitts and Passen-
aes ——— | ltd. Dial 3713. Shares i deceased 5.10.52—3n 10c. per lb gers only for St. Lucia, Sailing
OFPECE at Prince William tent “trom | 00.9.00—4.00.| 190 Bartndes Shipping & ‘Trading Co. NOTICE 36 MER RS Oey et on Saturday 1th inst
over Lashley Ltd Available fror et eaten, | anda , Shares rs persons having any debts or claim upon} ..
Novetiber ist. Apply 7 ts, EQUIPME Tractor| 100 Barbados Co-operative Cotton Fac-| or affecting the estate of Phyllis Irene eo SSOOSOSSIPSOOON SOSSSSSTOCOPO99IS99SS: , a ae te Ly
Phone 5100 ’ applying killers, in tory Ltd. Shares Wilson late of Crane Road in the parish ~ % wee aoe” wie
zo i ands fungicides, Courtesy | 300 Barbados Fire Insurance Shares A al * To sell you . cept Cargo and Passengers for
. A X et Saint Philip who died in this Island your xs s
T Top Fiat, Bayswater 1 4616 3.10,.52—6n The abovementioned shares wl! be set . 2 , . ? Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
TOP FLAT Pe aa ui shaendonttoeolade wp for sae at Public Auction on Friday, | re the 26th day of August 1952 are hereby | 4 % 16c. per lb Nevis and St. Kitts, and Passen-
Deacons Road, Dial 8559 5.10.52 | TRACTORS: FERGUSON AND MAS 1 up ter october, 1868 at 8 Pl, Bt lctsine duly on ee erciorey % PROPERTY quickly consult: > , gers only for St, Lucia, Sailing
ee ee TeS \SEY-HARRIS, available with wheels| Cc: te & Seal Luca Street a keh "Dp, Lee > ' 8 x * Friday 17th inst
MISCELLANEOUS \iPneumatic or steel). halfttrecks’ full-| Bridgetown.” | "'§.10.88--4n: | Sarmes Street, Beaduevown, See ie CECIL JEMMOTT z At
- a é \ivack and many other attachments. | _._£-._._._........ wre . 6 : ‘ MOONER OWNERS’
TYPEWRITE Standard and Port- | Your enquiries solicited. Courtesy Garage. | the 15th day of October 1952 after which x 48 Tudor St 1 N 11 s S B.WA. somo00 o
able. Phone 8169 5 10 52-—2n. | Dial 4616 3.10.52-6n | AUCTION date We. shall peopeed to cistripue the . Phone 4563 $ Oo. wan Street. ASSOCIATION (INC.)
(SST! | —WooDEN FRAME — Pagle Hall, tor. assets of the estate Among Ne PN, | 2 SOCTOCS S551 HO SFO OOT SOTO SO OSOEIUSO 7.10.52—6n Consignee, Tele, No, 4047
POULTRY Dr. Manning) Thursday 9th at 1 p,m. |#nd claims only of which We shall then) - peneee f
DENTAL NOTICE POULTRY—24 New Hampshire \ Wooden Frame 18 x 10 x 6 to be removed, } have had notice, and want wre shall not | (Aooor PSCC LOD LEFF SEELOS COOP PLO
|Apply Nick Parravicino. Pt » 839% Te - n! . . be liable for assets so distribute any |», \
i > c urravicin pote. re Terms Cash. R. Archer Mc Pee gn. | person whose debt or claim We shall not ¢ FOR COOKING COMFORT TRY THE %
Sn. | Nave bad notice at the time of such dis-| *DEMOND OI STOVE” 3
— | - tribution % 7 s
inn il he: dened er MISCELLANEOUS | JNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | pated this sth, day. of mnber, 1952 | ¥e NO SMOKE, NO FUMES $
, » closec / MUS ne pounc equals 640} . . ee . . LEE >
My office Wl pe C10 : eplions liquid manure Tested Snatts ia aS wiht ocr. ore a RY URSULA .WILKTE. > Burns unattended for 9 hours on one pint oil. %,
from MONDAY 18th Cires: andl. trees, Avectde Pears, Avi-|cenioe 160; at tkesere. Genanal Mots 9 9.52—4n | \ Obtainable in one and two burners from : ¥
ont Se eienen ae ate pene sae, Loe h, at Messrs, General Motor . HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES. 48 TUDOR STREET. PHONE 4563. . ;
and- re-opens On 27th (Ho iree to your addrers. Send P/U | tGounigyman) Damaged in’ accident, 3 PAGES SAS
: 2 . oy ." (Countryman) amaged in accident OSSSOs From Montreal, Halifax < i Sai
mr ‘cheque to Noel Roach & Sons, {Terms C hate : SESLOSSSO FO VOOSOGOOCSG OGG real, Halifax and. Saint John
inst. speightstown " 0 10. 52 Th {Terms Cash. Sale at i p.m. Rolex Watches eS -
: SDA uh, noe VINCENT GRIFFITH, LOUIS L. BAYLEY Expected Arrival
igi * FIRE-WOOD—A quantity of wood cut 50a 4 Bolton Lane yea Montreal Halifax St. John Dates Barbados
E. F. L. MORRIS. from large trees, suitable as fuel. Dial aape-on. 8.8. “SUNPRINCE” . .. 25 Sept. 30 Sept. — 16 October
8108 8.10.52—4n ao Neon or ; ‘ So SCE '18-Oet 1 November
ce caenlehlatin iferrwe ieee inrettiaisateanmmnnsrdamiaerle fe ys 23 Oct 28 Oct _ 16 November
8.10.52—2n. LIPTON'’S TEA, obtainable from 8. ‘A VESSEL’ : 6 Nov 11 Nov -- 30 November
good grocers, is not only the best you
=lican buy, but it is also the most profi 4 OF U.K. SERVICE
—_———__ eres | ae by reason of the wide range of XAMPLE ~ . ser °
Vaal seeeae eee ata lat elem aes ies © ANOTHER SHINING EF t From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
hat part of the label representing the 5
ife's he : Rapect
The Housew weight. See them in the show casos se shiastieh ivedik: Saliba SW Cubsuaiteee = tetas eae bnaee:

$.s. “SEABRERZE? 11 Sept. 12 Sept. Sey 7
¢ .*: seen EZE pi 1D 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 8 October.

EILERS” — Mid Oet. Late Oct, Mid Novembe:
8s.s. “STUGARD" Early Noy Mid Nov. Mid Nov. End December

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PAGE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados Win Second

TRINIDAD STILL AHEAD
IN TOTAL POINTS

THE BARBADOS Tornado Team took first and second
places in the second race of the series against the ‘Trinidad
team which was held in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon.

Barbados scored 19 1/2 points to Trinidad 17, This

EIGHT









fornado Race

POOLS Mr. 1-2-X has spread wide

his financial net ... to luxury hotels, to stores,
to factories... and they all make more money

means that in the total so far Trinidad is leading by one

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9,

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mt ad 2k 9 ants . On 9 ;
Pont. Trinidad 36, 1/2, BAe Bar bados 35 J th »- third nd, in Litthewoods Pools is handed, mate knowledge of Littlewoods’ in their own factories and kept! j
Teddy Hoad, veteran yachts- Street mark, aoe feney a ehird besides his cheque, a blue and affairs arsurea me receatly that. the manufacturing profits in the| }
man and local Tornad re eee TIS oan s CORES se ee white booklet entitled “Safe In- Jo li “ig one of the p family too. B 1 = |
COREY ESE: 10 EEC > a Place 4 D < o inal vestment.” ten most brilliant business brains Then came _ the Littlewoods eS | A 4
and he was followed | by _ ivan By this time Hoad Was_over @ “omits outlines the basic princi- in Britain.’ chain stores, also supplied by the| Hi
Perkins in “Edril” TK 35. Roddy minute ahead of ‘Perkins, and the ples of investment. explains — the Moores’s associates, bewildered femily factories, ' a . a ih |
Bynoe, in TK 47 secured third ordé r rounding we Western mark intricacies of stocks and shares, by his versatility in the com- In the war Littlewoods worked
place for Trinidad, this the final lap, was as fol- ond offers valuable tips on how mercial field, agree, on Government munitions’ con- BECAUSE UPON THE CONDITION |
The race which was_ sailed lows: TK 40 (B), TK 35 (B), t buy a house and starc a They are fascinated at his tracts. Besides millions of shells OF THE KIDNEYS RESTS HEALTH
North about started in a moder- TX 37 (T), TK 45 (T), TK 47 (T) business. dexterity in paying out thousands end parachutes, their factories HAPPINESS ~ LIFE ITSELF. /
ate : easterly wind and TK THR 38 (B), TK 36 (B) and TK “‘pyolaining this product of the with one hand and col’ecting turned out 750 bomber frames,
37, inidad boat, the jump. 48 (T). firm’s After-Service Departynent. handsomely with the other. 25,000 vehicles, 20,000 balloons; |
. key’ ers, who won Here bad luck overtook John = Littlew ods official says: “A 50,000 dinghies. | EVERY EXPERIENCED DOCTOR 5
a : ‘ Ri: TI at oe ‘ , . IN MAKING A DIAGNOS!S
he { r or Trinidad was Biadon in TK 38. His main sheet ¢o5) and his moncy are soon £ 3,000,000 Costs |
. ner am . on ‘i ; = . é : Chai Of H 1 MUST FIRST FIND OUT THE
last cf the mark in TK 45. broke, and while he was trying parted, So we try to ensure that : ate otels CONDITION OF THE KIDNEYS
The Barbados TK 35 skippered to fix it back TK 36 and TK 48 oy: successful clients are not In addiion to their cut for com- is { ,
by Perkins sailed past TK 37 on passed him. These two boats, the foolish: that their money remains mission, Littlewvods deduct from , See the ar the Moores have}
the run to ‘ae Bay Street mark, one skippered by Tom Wilkinson theirs, working for them the year’s £25,000,000 — pocls acquired a chain ee in this FOR IF THE KIDNEYS ARE
and the yach!s rounded it mark and the cther by Roger Hartley, This is no idle advice, It is stake money more than £3,000, onion, one sees in Bermuda, FAILING IN THEIR IMPORTANT |
in this order: TK (B), TK 47 although always in the rear had precisely the principle on which 000 for overhead costs, Ww it a ‘ i ia DUTY OF REMOVING EXCESS
(1), “tee -ae.(B), TR 45 (T), a keen fight ‘San any of the the pools promoters have de- The bulk of this goes in wages Mr Raskaetes os ve ae wv NY y ACIDS AND POISONOUS
TK 48 (T), TK 40 (B), TK 37 (T) others. veloped their own fantastic and postal charges and about folte eae ya Lite ae oe et as) KGS M@ WASTES FROM THE BLOOD—
and TK 38 (B) By new Hoad was a certain fortunes £500,000 as office expenses, er e Litewooos pattern. Le THEN WE ARE POWERLESS
and ’ sy. “ : ‘ hyd here a » of He, too, has made fortunes out of .
On . t . stern WV hough Per “s It is interesting how, some of : TO PREVENT SICKNESS.
On the quarter to the Western winner, although Perkins caught at half ili travels around Vernons mail order stores
mark, Hoad and Perkins went to up cn him a bit at the beat to the Plan Has Worked oa gl PR re. varnily end Vernon industries. He also
the Windward of the anchored Beagl or ce “ «has chains of hotels, EVEN INSURANCE COM-
7. } pocket "
teamer, while the other yacht The povition rounding the For 20 years the Moores broth- : Genes WONT INSURE A
went to Leeward Positions beagl as fe TK 40 (B), ers have made certain that the As pools promoters the Moores Last April the official return RSON WHOSE KIDNEYS
changed a great deal on this leg, TK Bb), TK 37 (T). TK 45 fortunes they have made out of Senthiee open vast sums on ad- Ci — Littlewoods Pools gave the SRE NOT BIGHT <-
and when the Westernymark was (T), TK 47 (T) TK (B), TK pools “remain theirs, working vertising. capital at £372,864, of which
rounded Perkins in TK 35 was 4- ( i TK for them.”

Barbados fcllowed by
‘Teddy. Hoad, while Roddy Bynoe
was third for Trinidad.

Perkins went a bit too far south
at first om the beat, and Hoad on
the starboard tack soon took the
lead from him. When they round-
ed the Beagle. Hoad was first,
followed by Pe: -ins, and “Turkey”
Mayers after some skilful sailing
was in third place.

leading for













evor, the 7 lidad skipper
“Turkey’’ Mayers ‘d back, let-
iils flap, waiting to try
Tom Wilkinson in TK



t iinder

The other Trinidad boat TK 37



lid likewise. But their efforts
failed, and Tom Wilkinson came
in sixth, beating his Trinidad
rival Hartley In the meantime

Roddy Bynoe had sailed in third,









There was no change on the leg @fter Hoad and_ Perkins.
to the marking, and indeed the The final position was: TK 40
three yachts TK 40 (B), TK 35 {B), TK 35 (B), TK 47 (T), TK
{B) and TK 45 remained in that 37 (T), TK 45 (T), TK 36 (B),
order until they rounded the Bay TK 48 (T), and TK 38 (B).
TIMES
~ oo 2 2
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= sa gy B24 ah ‘ s a3
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2” 27 3 > 2 a ste
5 & 2 te & ore
T.K. 35 Eagil B 23 2 7 12
TOK, o@) Pury B 6 3 0
T.K. 38 (Thunder B 8 3
¢.K. 40 Vamoose B ! 8% 14%
1.K. 37 Tempest T 4 5 9
T.K. 45 rT 5 45. tat
PK. 4? T 3 6 is
TK. 48 Kipper = 7 2 2
Trinidad 361/2 points. Barbados 35 1/2 points

Fastest lap T/K 40 Vamoose

Basketball:





23.08 and fastest lap to date

T’dad Beat Island 40-18

Carib Bears, a Trinidad Basket-
Ball team defeated the all Barba-
dos Five 40 points to 18 when the
first colony game was played at
the Y.M.P.C, ground last night.
This puts Trinidad two matches
to nil, they having previously de-
feated the combined Carlton
Harrison Colege Old Boys’ Five.

There was again another large



crowd present, that witnessed a
keenly contested and fast game
by the visitors who again stole

the show. For Trinidad C. Clarke
J. Burrell scored’ 10 each and N
Pierre (8) Gittens scored 7 and
Quintyne 6 for Barbaclos,

A minute after the game start-
ed, Barbados were awarded a
free throw, but gained nothing by
it. The Barbados team started
off attacking but seemed over
eager when it came to scoring. One
got the feeling at this early stage
that they would be able to cope
with the visitors.

Two minutes after start of play,
Trinidad’s Lance Lashley received
when not closely marked,
scored the first for the night
Trinidad gained another two
points a minute later when Clarke
managed to score an easy goal.
Barbados gained their first point
through a free throw.

The first pause for a consulta-
tion came about four minutes after
the game began. Shortly afte; the
zyame recommenced, Hislop, the



Trinidad captain carried the
[rinidad score to six with a
traceful, well-judged shot from
a long distance,

Clifford Gittens of Barbados
gained loud applause when he
scored a swift shot from mid-

fleld when closely hemmed in.

Barbados maintained a defen-
sive way of playing but lost any-
thing to be gained from this by
imaaccurete attempts, the chiet
offender being Pirates’ Forde wh«
threw away many a good oppor-
tunity, and did much fumbling
otherwis2, At the end of the first
quarter Trinidad were eight points
ind Barbados six,

Next quarter Trinidad
a faster game. The
players showed an ability to
cope with this, but the obvious
difference in the playing was that

played
Barbados





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the. Trinidadians were more
accurate and the Barbados play-
rs more often than not fidgetcd
when in possession of the ball
and about to score. The Trinidad
coach, Jim Burrell played a more
robust game in this quarter, too,
and put himself quite in the way
of the Barbados players. This
quarter ended 20—7, Trinidad
leading,

‘The third quarter found Trini-
dad very confident, and they
showed more skill in passing and
playing generally. It still, how-
ever, was not a run through for
them, but they seldom lost an
oppcertunity the Barbados
players did, and took full
advantage of the occasional lapse
in the Barbados attack,

The Trinidad team combined
we'll. While the Barbados team
made a fair attempt at combina-
tion, they sevmed to lack the
co-ordination of players who
knew their fellow players tnor-
oughly and jumbled at times
Y.M.P.C.’s Edghill and Pirates”
Gittens were easily the outstand-
ing players for Barbados.

With Trinidad 32 and Barbados
12, Trinidad’s Burrell ended the
third quarter with a threat for
the type of playing in the last
quarttr—“Ball freezing.”

At the beginning of the last
quarter Trinidad played a normal
game and gained a few more
points but as this quarter got
half way, they started to “fr uze
the ball. At one stage the Bar-
bados team actually grouped
together with arms outstretched
over cach other's shoulder and
watched.

The game again





took a normal

turn about the closing stages
and ended 4018, Trinidad
winning ,

The teams were: Trinidad

C. Stephenson (10), C. Clarke (7),

J. Burrell (17), D. Martin (30)
N. Pierre (15), C. Bethelmy (40)
L. Lashley (44), and A. Hislop
(33) Capt.

Barbados L. Alleyne, R

Gibson, H. Eastmond, G. Emtage
(College); Gittens, Quintyne
Fo.de (Pirates); “Brickie”’ Lucas

(Carlton); Goddard and Edghil!
(Y.M.P.C.); Algy Symmonds the
Barbados Captain was indisposed
but acted as coach



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The plan has worked so well
tha if football coupons were
declared illegal tomorrow money
would continue to pour in from a
wide group of independent indus-
tries founded on pools profits,

And not a penny would leave

the family, for all are private
companies whose shares are not
for sale.

Since 1932 the pools’ kings
have extended their interests
far beyond football betting into
the realms of chain _ stores,
clothing and furniture factories,
munitions, and a host of other
branches of orthodox commerce.

Briiiiant Brain

Like his father and Uncle Cecil,
23-year-old John Moores jun, js
a director of about two dozen
family companies ranging from
warehouses to hotels, parachute
manufacture to quilts,

Evidently John Moores, the
millionaire pools promoter, is as
keen on profitable sidelines as
was John Moores the modestly
paid telegraphist uf 30 years ago.



NO ONE WANTS
TO BOX THIS
13-st. BOY

FRED CLARKE, a _ 13-stone
British Railways apprentice, is
causing police-sergeant 8S. SUT-
CLIFFE, of Ipswich, a lot of
trouble.

Sergeant Sutcliffe is the or-
ganiser of Ipswich Lads’ Boxing
Club and Clarke is one of his
brightest hopes with one
“national” tite — the British
Railways junior cruiser-weight,
which he won by virtue of a
first round knock-out last year
when he was 15—to his credit.

Trouble is that East Anglia
has run out of opponents for this
hefty youngster.

Sergeant Sutcliffe told me to-
day: “During the last year I have
scoured East Anglia without
succes; to find him opponents.
Now | have issued a_ challenge,
om behalf of Clarke, to any
youngster in the same _ weight
class in the country.

Un'ess someone
\jnooks as though
inactive another
‘an qualify for

accepts — it
he must remain
year before he
senior bouts.”

Casuaity Lists

THE soccer se2dson is only a
month old yet many clubs already
lave lengthy casualty lists,

Guton have 10 playérs injured
~ quite a problem when they
had a reserve game recently and
a league match at Swansea the
next day. At Aldershot — they
had nine men out of action
manager GURDON CLARK hav-
ing to delay team selection for the
.cserve matca against Bristol
Rovers (at home), and the League
match at Millwail, until late the
fame afternoon,

The Funny Side

FULHAM must ike their
sport with a touch of humour.
TOMMY TRINDER is a director

of Fulham FC. Now his fellow
comedian, NORMAN WISDOM,
has become a_ vice-president of
Fulham Amateur Boxing Club.

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_ > (From Our Own Correspondent)

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I'M.I sl\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE llll lisKAV iKToHllt • 1*51 CLASSIFIED ADS. TitcPHOst stag WED i -l October ffhapt.... i tu*r... *r ..1 %  OH SAII AUTOMOTIVE ihr-*r. M II W l..ll IN MEMOKIAM .(1-n'i Fioranc. AN.\'OI %  >" K.MK.\'TN ^ FA VI. M(My iw""-n*tia COOK pasts TH IIBIIO* %  |T after O,I*HT l"h CHMVWJJI lioVAI t- "re* ana a ft I u • %  Fluid Drtvi .>.lll Trt LI i> Mi T l)M) Kirwh ottrtaay Oa rare I %  %  dr Apply LivnrocK I'lllMI SAMS Ml HI.II MIMICS BEAU ESTATE -r^ I land. i mm -• •! %  mm MHit •Hi 4 1 .Uli. rn-M" if'|KUI mr n NOTICE ii i "tr*-. h. liven lhal apf>l.ra lion MM bea*i m-nte to 11— BrWWt of lha abovr na*>*d Cnanpanv ky Maurlrr l)e I ..no l-.av.rl>. (ar It.* L^ M M W* iTi.-h*i. • 1MB. upon Ik* Italan-iant that linrmte 1W te a AH II u a. MECHANICAL AIM CrmniMmmOtlS lor operrtinn Iron ."" T4r-..it sf TTd i.. > Attach* •I IBaaltra !>!* Iii qui.k-t. i %  I i.r-r Dial Mia 3 It S3n I .HI nfler far Bale by Publtt Cowl-lit— at my afSJre VrTTOtUA I.TP.WT n FKIDAV 10th ,.t I n. %  DINS iw IMPARK nn a. f i ....... i .... • %  -i nt i woiri Dm TBUCT -u AOODS 14.BM and 1744 t*j.i".. d ng itie IIMMMUI* oa n atma to •< %  "> f" all Infarmttn and tmdiliMU <•! aale aa->ly B AfcHB Mc KBNUK Dtel M1 Victoria IWtt Matlhlai. Up 1 ft IB I %  i %  LBIDWa 1 ll'HAHV IM IIIlfl OP! %  l.tert boo*, on DIVI ,g n.J and TtiOUfnl. 1 %  > %  l*iOt(* . % %  Valllatd. Hamblln. It* barbadian "V" 1 N % ... .tr.rt 1"-d nj.ieB*. Drop In Monfl 1r.pt! I OK RENT HOUSES j LATH lltdioon Haaatnawt Aap f fc PMM Dia l 4PV. "n.ntACOMrE-oN-sEA *ui [xcaUM t a Bathinfi. lol batad, Parlour and diim oftce*. !* %  -•" • %  AGRXUI.TUKAI. EQUIPMENT. Il>*.t rakn. crap %  curt prrai md di'tiibtiliiri. and UWddl <1ltllbt.lor.. Mii'. pi....nn, and vai.l %  %  ..v. 3 10 M—dn Kalald'i %  iruM* and olhrr makri •dolti 81'ti Cou'trajr Oatas^ m,i 1 IB M An -rtORAIMA" a OMM! ••Mi•••• %  • ranted land al coruat a* HUM III1Jand GAWUSoN ROAD i lnipccliim an app.Katim. %  I %  %  . A I Tha bauaa and lt> apurtan*tM aiU b art up lor *aW b pub", camprti'-n. ..I .ut otr. Jam— *Waav Prtdftrl %  •" %  „, TWadav. Pin Ottotew liW. M " .KAHWOOD A PXJYCft I Id U-dr. Ulan* • all anal i iRnad r.prelai.% %  .: .. %  (BUM ii>ai at.m lAhTTTA ,..d c, A Co %  ,.-;..r %  -.:. B POWIR — a bunlow-Tra houN Htuatd al Tba oarrwaa. tandind on 7.444 tqitata laat • lai and (omprliini Iwo vetanddhi lr Ii. .WK t'"m, tw toadroaaia. uual nm VddtiMM kitehad 4Vc aatada MTMBM ro^aa, and .nclaaad n* IWctrar.l. •M Q P i r — te* .MteUad tea| iillnn by apwunlmrnl aur. Mi inia — Dial J3 Th. propetr* anil b. HI up tot *•"• publ I Ml atlh MIX .nh.r-.iMand notlc* u bnaftai givan 'in thirty da>. fra-i date aftaaa pel •! ••. ,i. rn ill In daal aHti .. &f .ppUaadl n. ^""^ i IW P.-t o* NOTICE r*aiiR oi i joarm Al-Pl ICATIom tar ana va. .m PTtean v ,,i ti b ra>aitm bj tba %  ••• laruaurd not later Iban Vaturday. it— f (Xtiibrr. 1M3 Atullrant* rnvi^I ar Wtdioa* lafkttel. 'iiiMtani and In Mialtened tiKumKINC Ii-a Vaaliy 4 io Ja-an A T Ctatk. 31. Joan GOVERNMENT NOTICES VACANT fOST OF INNPECTCIK b#n extended io 15th N.iveenbn. IPK. UMMil %&m by;rie T. VINCCNT POLICE ItMttt Twu mratc Steno Typipts rtqunecl Am • •• to M y*an. Height 5 feet • Uicbcs. Educauon Secondary School Muit be good typist* with M wordi per minute shorthand. Applicant* will be intprvlewrd at District "A'* at 10 a.m. on the 14th October R. T. MICHEUN, Commissioner of Police Pol uc Headquai ten.. MHHIMI, 8.10.52. 1052—2n NOTICE IS l.rrabv civrn that all Parana havina d*bt o> claim upon or artcmnd tl _H of tnint Carllate ftelda. late rallartlla In lha par.ah ot ftaltit MKh.fl who drad In Mm laUnd on lha Pith da. b> •.q.iit*d io tand in p.rtlcuUn of Ihrtt v'.aio duly alb-Mad te Vwia BttUna r.rhte. ha u*URad Arnim.l-.ln. of te %  rtdta of thr Hid rna Cailiala Ftehla, *a Mraara Hutchinaan fa Banfteld. al Ihatr pfltea a* Jama* Ibaat. %  HdgaWivP .... ..t bafora Ilia Itatt day ot Novaanbar. |P I after harh date I ahall praaaad te fi-libwtill>* aiaala at Ute aakt aaaate adnng the partita tntlUrd tharalo ha.Ira irftif lha dafrfa and elate, only of IH -r. I ahall Ulan pm had notice and that 1 inall Bat ba lUbla for aaaat* %  di^ iributad to any aarann o whoar aar.1 or laini I thall not iiavr had notice al lha iuaa of eufh dutrtbuiwn And all paraona ind-btaal Io lha aaid a-tela ara laff—rdad te aatUa lhali ... ..,(. aitrvoui dalay l)a Decorations and Illuminations Commltte* for tht? CoronaUi of Hr Majestjthe Queen, have been lriformed by the Manager of trie Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Limited, that their company u prepared to allocate an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts lor the puryoaa of lUuminaUons next June. The Company la expecting dettvery of a new GeneraUnf Set early nttatt month, and alUwush it Is importable to allocate any curat the present time, they arc willing to utilise this set for illumination purposes during Coronation week. It U requested thai all applications for a supply for illumination puiYot-as should be sent to the office of the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, statins; the actual wattage required. Any acceptance for applitationa for a supply cnitspie the city of Brldgftown will dapend on whether the distributing mains In the district are capable of carrying the additional load. The mercantile community are respectfully asked to co-operat damage caused by White Ants. No unprotected timber ii salt? from the ravages of Irtptcu. from rot or decay. Protect your timber the safe way by using Solignum Wood Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum gives complete protection against all forms of insect attack. Buy only genuine Solignum. used the world over tor SO years. Apply Co W. B. HUTCHINSON A CO P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN for Details and Loco' Stockist! Ml Mi~Ail.r.n | JOUGNUM LTD K rtCMlrOUC STUtI LONDON. A C } SHIPPING NOTICES


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WHAT'S ON TODAY Public H — Qu.ni • P M.chl i... %  ..n.. i cii | CMH HSIlKDAY S WtATHUt £PO*T 85 DEAD, 170 INJURED IN RAILWAY DISASTER Children, Commuters Killed In 3 Train Crash MM I'llVIIMIU Political Stability Is Vital PORT-OF-SPA1N. Od 7 Political stability, witt portam c ll..i •yeas of Trinidad and the We* Indies are worth fight mi. for and even making MCi-fflce loi Hoi ourable Albert >. %  .1 Of Labour. Industry ami tala hei, lodaj lb 1 turned with the H Bryan. Minister of and I-ands from AgncullUi e| ( Ih er pas;.TS and persons standing on vfitt 1 thr United Kingdom Both Uv ufrered W were accompanied by their wtvei urfm. ...*i'.~ a '2'"' K* 1 wnul i ,T r '"" 1 the peak wanted more than anything M .,f | LONDON. Oct 8 THKFE TRAINS crashed in a station in northwest 0 to-day killing at least K5 people in nne of the in recent year?.. The injured counted numbered about 170. A night express from Scotland crashed into a London suburban local train feared to be with Kboo] children. Then another express train tor the north hit the other iwo locomotives. The expreea hurtled Into UM station platform where hundreds of ..onden city VIQrken were waiting for the round tram. National hanways said' DR. GOLDmW COMMENDS DR. ADENAUER to develop .i sense of P trust for their fellowmeti. "We can all have a happy lifr here" he said. When asked then rtcwi on the appointment of a Uttva dlan Governor. Mr Gomes said it was a me i Hi Bi..,., observed that tin tin come when a West Indian Govarnor should !-• appointed Both Minister were glad to I i Hon. Bryan was art <: %  bir, two sons and Hon. tinrrcs l> eleven of hi>* children Another was left behind in the V K ing music. • m —C.PMIG's Buzzed Mercv Plane paafc n the find tot "' Autunn whin the i The Night Scot came upeediug through the Mtalion i Harros* wth of laondon., .it vl high %  bit with thre^ or four carriages piled on top of each footbrMgi ovei the station wai carried away, -it is hie tin eye "tineas said. Many Injui en i .. %  through | lene rut' ting machines. Clouds of steam ;md smok hid ihe Injured from rescuers in a -ughimaie of pain and destrue%  inhered over the 1 i.ir to the i doctor! < limbed into UM • ingJed steel and wood to nrimiiiister injections. BERLIN, Oct. 8. Two Soviet M.I.G. 15 fighter.' butted a us. Airfare plane in the Baffin air oorrid and fired warning machine gun shots without hitting K or wounding any o( the i.ve riewnien The mer.y plan States An: ucel evaeuatlon plane making %  > routine flight from Frankfurt to Berlin to pick up patient*. It was buzzed by Soviet jet fighters near Kneunern %  boal eo miles southwest of Barlln m the .southernmost of tho three ntwdreffmfle wldi linking the city with western Germ. Bloody Survivor* Benefits Of Tourism Bnrbados is conUnnlng to ban#nt from the tourist Indus try as cut bt wen by Uic amount of monsy brought into ttar island from tht hard cor ii?my ares. Mi H. H Hart, Cnrraucy Control OAcor. told the "Ad vocal-'" yesterday that dnring last month, iH.lfifl U.S. dollars, 6.200 Canadian dollar* and So.090 bollvares were %  pent by tourist* as again.it 77.SB!. U.S. dollar*. 4.BK Canadian dollar, and 27,980 bob raras spent for the same period last year The figures for the month of August 11162 were aa feign 108,509 U.I. dollars. ..!' % %  Canadian dollars 90,850 BollvarM •Dead" Son Write* His Mother %  is, bloodstained and lnc '/' With Ihatf datba. cut 1> ribbons, crawled nut of smashed c. %  ( lotha. and luifc.iu.' in r the station for' I.ONDON Oct. 8. .ids. A woman's A mo thcr nld on Wednesday h, %  hoeUd M..H K**d out l „,.,. shr „„„.,.,„„ ,, c ,„, „,„„ put iiibhlf "II nil mtfl lo M „„, whoni „„, Beat up in Ihe ,-t ld one urAdmln ,„„„„„ d(H ., arod d „ d vivor aa he found his carrkafc on l mnr „ ha ... v ,.., r . Ull Ihe platform. I '"*" "" """ *" hit tho back of It The expids-;!*" nd '" f* PWHPPin**. "aid engine wo htirte.1 in th. ' *" "ve and well. In his age. In the Scottish l-^tpreas ''Ur Harlon Udd his mot. First reports indicated that one passmgers were |USl taking Wi,fl wounded in iwruary, LMfl of the M.I:G's tried actually to ivreakfasl. An attendant said 0,! Luzon and spent the next shoot at the hospital plane but %  We felt a terrUi iweytn| .md twenty-six months in "dozens of later an Airforce statement said. immeili.ileK flunf ounwlves I" the ho^plt^ls In the P.icifl several michine RUH bulHti were Boor. When the crash fired "not immediately directed gt Pip and the the plane but app;innlly intend, .. remanOOU (loud ed to nt'ract attention, or to serv,-.;, tvotfe bui %  could, eebrl %  > help thoel ppod Men i Ipped ol •'" .11 tore •kirti to help bead •# %  UM injured. ntng The Untted State? inlUtery K ne lond.d %\ Vett Berin'mnle-".T Alrpnrl ti -d;iv aft the IncldeOt In the air corridor. —t'.P. Detectives Seek Poisoner Of Four Hurled Into Air The Night Scot smashed into Hie the local eommutera ii.,m %  imuni In UM I itlon with aanf 800 pajagngari jammed in %  ': %  -'i •ng. Th'-re was nn ear splitting, • %  xrlos'on-like ereafa the coaches %  %  | rted cregtly sm Aflei that. Ilorlen said he >—nt ( into bualneei on Semer laland nnCI now owns a farm and a construepeny, But he said he is beck in rvue again and will > discharged soon. He said he their i' lan '" return home. 1 it was a terrible shock. Just Ukl petting a Itttet from the dead Mrs. StunnfT said. '1 |ust knew he would come rwck somed:i>. I never gave up hoplor • in and -now he will be : mne soon." —B.i.r. BONN Qermen) Oct .'. i) %  dent af the e> %  1 claims aga n*i Get ineni i highly ; Konrad Adenauer on Wedrn I n an> -Israeli I S7H< Nati %  v He said "ihe mern will y e hui %  and* of .it-wish vlesMM peraatuUon new means of living." | "Both Israel and ih.)organite U oni M wnon • %  ,. i am speaking pay | pull ol gKxiwiii %  hoe bt 0 %  inn who met! munerot ..denl ibe" i that! Bundestag would ratify the agrerment eitnoul deiav. —i r. U.N. Postpone Truce Talks MITNSAN. Korea. Oct. 8. The Allies today deflnni %  i i Korean arn Istto 4 bnintl] h Nil | II e Iteds that tht next move wag up " them Tl •" i ll remain in etict until ConununtM %  gat he Allied [rupusal for settling the stalerr.ate over the prisoner or war aaassinfl or make a "cinstruetive proposal of their own Utul -Gen William K HnrrKon mtsor Allied negotiator told Reds w Panmunjon th*t th> t'.N Cnmmund had nothliu: furiher to ufla* on the subject of prisoner-: General Mark Clark said It to "up to the CommuniRl.s to show whether inej loo a/aw >i Uee l' N Inalata on v lunterj re:_>: %  %  laUon ol pi iaoaera, lacut.-Gen Rarrlaon told North Ban Ol oeraj Nam II "you have M a forum for the mtis: eletOUl t\|>e of prol ar.ni'i.i —T p. THE WINDSOR iai inn-r Plane lMissiim Neatr oNarll C7 Russian Territorj TOKYO. Oci a FAR BAST AJRTORCI reported lOHtay an Intenalv" KU i Supori >i ii< .. boil bet DiiM n> afK I I picked up an unidentified alrcrefl gppmecljlng ii nenr Ruesian lerritory An ofncuvl lieternenl tald ing northernrnoat Japanaae island ol Hokkaida glnce mid-dai yesterday. SYDNEY. Australia, Oct. 8 Ten roasting s>dney detectives were asslgnel Wednesday to track down a prisoner suspectt-d f the gluaninuni family The fourth suspaeted victim Was cremated before the BUt< l>e mode. Crime reportars called the deaths thmoat sensation?! series of poisonings in Auatreliao crime history. —I'.r. Newsmen Begin Talks Saturday Annual Tory Confeijpnce Opens the %  Mad Ilirnv.-nv: IIAI.TIMOIIE. M.u> laml. (>. I ii Iowa Luii. Franzinl. President of Ihe 7 Inl.v-Amcncan Presa Society, artived In lialtimuro last nmht . i r. ,.„.., UlliJjW, Swedish motorshlp ll dew:,,, onto the parallel lracl<., h< s.ar,et,-. ElnMh anin. light In front of the onrusli.ng ,„, ,„ chiraso Oclobw Ilia L*ondon Manchester Express. October 18 There wai lecond ti.men.ious Franzinl said two rr. ,-roah and the wreckage and glass ^ HU-,,.^, .„ n..v P mm..ni OH ihe pUtrOrm until Ihe „..^.'?~"^ d Oovernmenl scene resembled a battleileld. r V news|K.prrs partleTh re was %  moment of silence. u "^ in Argentina and the supThen lh .tunned and dazed P 1 ? distnbinion and pricliaaMllgMS crawled from the P""*— %  _• • from the buried I coaches began the -creaining and flA'PIQ /C ^"Ji / / aneuung of Iha trapped and lav/, l i; *" W.MbMtMd ^uted—girls on their way to I-ondon's anenelal district, 1 Hlfhl Scot, chit%  St. Lucy Finning Boat Fund Tha Churchwarden (Mr r A Oraavrs) and Vaatry of Ui. paiiah of at. Lucy have ru,:> -ii' begin <" %  y< daj Oetnbti II. H t H "ti.. with a t: Ik V01 Hedif Mr f s Olten, • i'v diugg> This %  i %  % %  will be • lightly drTerent from the i M in thai Ii %  i;m n in :i. rou-.r. These talks in the ajmti i ow %  lor, and th, neae .„ s %  ii bfl given Ih In \i ii. D, il.. 1 A Ivan third lecture "'ii ill h %  V H i' A The Canadian Milli-rIn Jaimiifa I.Ill llllltllll i W.ltl I %  M '. I.l.l' rtarnoon \ Force officers belli in .\. \\ d! \oi I raclc *• %  %  l,M ~ vr bombei normal pro%  %  arua. In lb nuuula-s thi' IV i on ihe radai ii Nomura on Hokkaido 1 ., ( u t,| tc at e invm-d i 16 mllre from tht it., ,.,,,,, IVC Snoru) ift u> -, i,,. h .... tntne is 1 i | n.i i radio TI then in in .HI tmphiblous and let Friday, Octooei m Talk oeei Aghter planei cornbed UH 1 area RediITu ion by Mr K s Olton, ..i' ",. i %  bui %  ere i n.m hampered in theti eaaren opera-] Monday October 13 11 illng ly Di \ l. Sui.nt il Y M r A Suliect 'Anile Heimitniv l>i .laraneac ii-.* iviH-ele t-rota the' ^^ ^ nd near < (he Tuaasloy, October 14 LectUT. Rusulan on-up ed Kuilcs island „, H e,wonrt* SI P. ler bv Mi I bean of Jaumi, said the o Reader Subieet"VenerM Buperfortreei laautng black imoke Diseases." i % %  %  • %  % %  > down In ttu dtrei Wedmeadey. fvtober is. -i.eeUon of the open sea within Ru.-; t urt tt | School Pasture. St John French Raid Reds PAJUS, Oct. a. Mere than s.000 p.i. nled Communist and f liow tr.iv.iiiilg i I it 11* HI suro.ise slriKu % %  the cnu •• SWOOp WfS tu %  the HlllUr) t oun in I'. -—, Mi. N^^ 1 tSw*ie.h.'.?V begun 1 -. Rv had k>%  %  %  %  I 1 %  da that io %  Kremlin dominated CommutuM party a thn ,„,., 1 the Frei: arehei %  regional neadqu irti ^ Iowa to rung 1 1 Para Mild, iv court Magtsv. Michel ordered th .iclion due to "atteinptl agauiM 1 %  %  out incident and the ni I l..k.'i %  drawn befOI .,-.r to M Cornmiasarlei 1 %  bo led slroag tui beavlly arnwd pauce squans (Jiivernnicnt BcUon .1. wHnOUt warning after the campaign against Communists begun la-t May had seeming y died down Hut aoeerntneni apatlall t^ had bean mnetiy a*erksn| %  deeumenti lelaad during i*ie nationwide raids of Ma% rifle swinging police broke Into the barricaded headqu.11 1 frcm Ii Oimmunisl pert) 1 lie gaai .Minsl ihe i orniiiuiiisU in the at .lied by Magisli.i'. H Arongaet poaalbai ugaltaa and could drae ll twnalty for nnvm 1 ty id France.— V. P. %  A In Men's lives h 2 In i;n 1 ..I Fiui.iv. Qttebtr 17 W by Ihe Br'tlih Council V MiA Suhiert Show it Ihe vinir-CTrui rv.. i WASHINGTON, o,. I\ KINGSTON. Oct. 1 Si .. 1 .,' Si ,i.. !! %  ..... a....... The lhr...-,n.,n aaHgatlna Ol IA. Millei," A.... ..„ „ „, .• ,1 '"'",""' }"J^., 1 .. 1TL..J.I..I. i.,..i,.hy %  "". "nil.d Nation, force, KiiiB-ton tonlBh. ,„ Utat m Ih( %  1 a trim 111 t Morocco Rejeels French Reform* Governor A/i/minl* Council Members from Trinidad visited Ba Ui| Caned Kin, %  nave iUi %  i' I .1 wi'i k ggo —t'-P. m Health Conference Tine 1-. ting on U N king lor a receea In Iru 1 •"-. Mr Aeheaon v.mi thai it is teles* to continue t.dk-. lot Ri %  iitlliaed riegoUation false and v. 1 i.. 1 1 Oct H %  %  (loth (01 %  file/ acted uv rn 1 .. 1 %  AN %  IKillA. Oct M.s F-xcellen-v .he O ippotnted Mi %  F. Rya W. E. L. Wall an 1 Mi W Duel Called Off HAVANA. Ore. The Att.iir i*| rnmoi,i %  Roirerlo Agramonte PresidenUai analdale of the Cuban Pooplei I arty m tfM 1 %  %  %  I.'.-.1 mil Partj P En .: Oehog Ithoul the ajuiounc 11 rdtng tiThe quarrel arose e/th Ookaa made aaneaaai .i a party m ating Sunday to whi Agramonti v ling B l. lOcho 1 1 -aid the abaca whole mattei would b Hi Ilaihados Sanitary ip CUM • AaaoclaUon are hoWtnrf T(|| S)vr ,. lills .,„,,,,.,. ., H.-..UI. 1 unlerenri In I ,., .,. .. 10 a.m. at Queen's I'.nk. Hi ^otigto and will 1 J. w. Hai. A nunlri dt legetloi 10 Colonial DeveJopmenl gnd | over Umr an re* Wefii 1. 1 .1. 1 rep! M h P I %  to tin I \i.n..| : %  "i nf UM new Angullln Legislatl st KmMi %  Co, IHineni" (I'lth to both 11 open n ind addriaau will b by Dr Colin Vaughan. I r '• Header. Mr. O. II. Pagan. Mr H I. Hell Mr. r. 1. r.ittens. ih %  pul Ik ue bwiled One of mil mil;.' %  tu make %  their own for all how %  onl it 1 ol wai a %  —\p. WASHINOTON. Oct B i.nVial has Mited William Oatls In CaVChoelovakia and has reported that the Imprisoned American reporter rays he Is well, Secretary of Stale Dean Achtson disclosed WednesSfAHilOItorCH. Kngland. %  Mr Winston Churchill opened the Conservatives' annual confer-. ence. the flr since the party redren on their way to school gained power a year ago. Peace Wembley and buMni and ltarn0fU were expected to' 'triped trousers and black jackets ?.r, n .re'in.!",.X^ ,t ,Sr' A *• -•-;-„-* %  " %  -*a... Party contarenM. 2ST '"a %  • " """" m '"•' More Mian l.BOO raaaluUons are f %  ". "' lh ooorway and communiil Cjechoalovakla has Uated lor dlactmlon but Ihe con""PP !" "" <" '" r track, Tho p„ m i llc< i .„ American Embaiay rerence docs r.o. make partv pollci ' severely injured b 'an drayofficial to yirit Oatls since he us. at the ronferenri. *hleh end:. Sat-' One the dead and LnjirM Irani [ailed on April 23. 1951. on urday. ln e wreckage. trumped up spy charges. — cr. —r.p. j —i.r. IK :. I.I;.\IS Two U.S. Navy Planes Destroyed BD0UL, Oet H THK NAVY said a U.S. propeller driven navy pig gyag snot down by a Communist M1G IS jet I yesterday and another was destroyed by Hod anli-aiici.ill fire. Two Corsairs were loal when puuteaj Iiom Uu States carriers Princeton. F,-sex uiwith Airforce fighter bombers t. Red Yon^ponR. 4<> HUM Wa1 ol Won-.an IM K.istein K %  i ^^ S.-M i ii nghtihweet Korea % %  i %  i | !. -' 'tair. The other plane waa lost eg '•n't time n laM ihj.n a sveej. that M I.fiY i> %  piopeUer diW" •(, waiji United %  • %  %  i .i. pendenci ittempt io I j I ...' %  I %  %  %  %  UM ..I the li I i %  with the i-ii, Roali •' %  lenei i In Pai i %  i %  1 %  i now %  after his lUbat air%  ui sources Keaadlng a mark In yesterday's Toraade Eaee. TK sWppered by Ivsn Perklas Uads ta ieet foUowad by TaT 3g. Ta. *0 iklpaend by T?d<*y Hoad sveotaaUy con tke race. 1 Avenging O'.N. /oldiers battered %  tack* aa the Kighth Ar%  i rieet i rate) .ghtuig %  %  %  i ri wrm IRW i/lJ UAVS UNI8TK* CON8BQUMCE9 WASHINGTON I Mouadc^h tailed Ihe Unit*. %  %  Wednesday to the "sltilsf c t:. •inuciices of more del.' |i | %  MMsadegh's warning Ihialy veuad 1 might %  i goni %  Th letti r was I c.m Ambeitador Lloyd sen in Teheran Tuesday nlgli* i . %  i i Mo... %  J latest settlement proposals. In 'he letter ig Premie %  and 'T Mr. TruT' l %  hat in; galled iren*i fu I den •I I *m*#jf CHOCOLATfc COKIKNUT BAR c" J 15c. FRY'S 4 FAVOURITES












For
And

the future in
the Good that

the
1

distance
can do.

Is Vital

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 7.

Political stability, with its im-
portant corollary e€2onomic pro-
gress of Trinidad and the West
Indies are worth fighting for and
even making sacrifices for Hon-
ourable Albert Gomes, Minister
of Labour, Industry and Commerce
saia here today. He had just re-
turned with the Honourable Victor
Bryan, Minister of Agriculture
and Lands from a f woe
visit to the United Kingdom. Both
were accompanied by their wives.

Mr. Bryan felt what Trinidad
wanted more than anything was
to develop a sense of respect and
trust for their fellowmen. “We can
all have a happy life here” he said.

When asked their views on the
appointment of a native West In-
dian Governor, Mr. Gomes said it
was a nice idea while Mr. Bryan
Observed that the time would
come when a West Indian Gov-
ernor should be appointed. Both
Ministers were glad to be back.

Hon. Bryan was greeted by
his two sons and Hon. Gomes by
eleven of his children, Another
was left behind in the U.K, study-
ing music.
"i

MIG’s Buzzed
Mercy Plane

BERLIN, Oct. 8.
Two Soviet M.I.G. 15 fighters
buzzed a USS. Airforc? mercy
plane in the Berlin air corridor
and fired warning machine gun
shots without hitting ht or wound-
ing any of the five crewmen.

four



—C.P.



The mercy plane was a United |

States Airforce C47 médical evac-



‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

ESTABLISHED 1895

numbered about

|

underground train.

Britisi. National Raiiways said |
it feared casualties would be even
Hundreds



nigae of other pas-/|
sengers and persons standing on |
the station platform suffered less



severe injuries.

Th: ¢ h occurred at the peak
of the morning rush hour in the
first fog of Autumn when the

fast express train, The Night Scot |
came speeding through the sta-|

tion at Harrow north of London. |

The wreckage was 40: fet high

at one point with three or four
carriages piled on top of each
other. A footbridge over the sta-

tion was carried away. “It is like
a battlefield” an eye witness said.
Many injured were trapped and
screaming in the wreckige whil-
rescuers tried to get through
to them with oxyacetylene cut-
ting machines.

; Clouds of steam and smoke
the injured’ from rescuers
nightmare of pain and
tion. Friests clambered. over the
wreckage to gives succour to the
dying and doctors climbed into
the tangled steel and wood tu
administer injections.



hid
m a

| Bloody Survivers

Survivors, blcodstained and
with their clothes cut to ribbons,
crawled out of smashed compart-



m.tats. Clothes and luggage were
scattered over the station for
| hundreds of yards. A woman's

high heeled shoe poked out of a
rubble.

destruc- |

j
|
}

| “Dead” Son Writes
His Mother

LONDON, Oct. 8,

|
i

WHAT'S ON TODA _—
Police Courts 10.00 a.m
Public Health Conference
Queen's Park 19.00 aw SN
Tornado Tournament, Carlisic .
Bey » p.m S
Mobiie Cinema, Carrington ‘ >.
Village, St. Michael 7.30 pw <<.
Police B: Concert, Queen —S
Park 7.45 pn
B.C. Films, King George V
Park 8.00 pm. ,
or the cause that lacks assistance

Children, Commuters DR. GOLDMANN

Killed In 3 Train Crash

LONDON, Oct. 8.
THREE TRAINS crashed in a station in northwest
London to-day killing at least-85 people in one of the
worst rail disasters in recent years. The injured counted
170. A night express from Scotland
crashed into a London suburban local train feared to be
packed with school children. Then another express train
bound for the north hit the other two locomotives.
second express hurtled into the station platform where
hundreds of London city workers were waiting for the



Benefits
Of Tourism

Barbados is continuing to
benefit from the tourist indus-
try as can be seen by the
amount of money brought into
the island from the hard cur-





85 DEAD, 170. INJURED |
IN RAILWAY DISAS
Political
Stability

TER

COMMENDS
DR. ADENAUER

BONN, Germany, Oct

Decto
dent of the conference on Jewish
} material claims against Germany
highly commended Chancellor
| Konrad Adenauer

a.

The

| conclusion of Germany-israeli
| $714,000 000 restitution ogree-
} ment.”

| Goldmann addressed a_ press
| conference after visiting. the

Federal Frsid€nt Theodore Neus:

jand Adenauer. Goidmann said he
and Acenauer discussed how Ger-
} man) will deliver material |
| reparations in goods and service

| to Israel.

| The visiting Jewish
} expressed “deep
| the conclusion of
which provides for partial ma-
terial reparation for Nazi crimes
against Jews. He said “the agree-
jment will ye hundreds of thous-

leader
satisfaction
the

also
over
agreement”

vency area. jands of vewish victims o° Nazi
Mr. H. H. Hart, Currency | Persecution new means of living.”
Control Officer, told the “Ad- | “Both Israel and the Jewish
vocate” yesterday that during ; Organizations in whore name I
last month, 91,156 U.S. dol- ;}4m speaking pay esteem to the
lars, 5,200 Canadian dollars spirit of goodwill shown by West
and 80,090 bolivares were G imapy. Goldmann who met
spent by tourists as against numerous parliamentary leaders
77.865 U.S. dollars, 4,692 Can- ,here expressed confidence that
adian dollars and 27,980 boli- ; Bundestag would ratify the agree-
vares spent for the same ment without delay. ~
period last year. | + —U.-P.

The figures for the month
of August 1952 were as fol-

lows:—

102,552 U.S. dollars.
7,105 Canadian dollars
90,850 Bolivares





U.N 2 Postpone
Truce Talks

MUNSAN, Korea, Oct. 8.
The Alties today definitely post-
poned Korean armistice negotia-
tions bluntly telling’ the Reds that
the next move was up to them.
The nestponement will remain

A mother said on Wednesday|in effest until Communists accept

that she has reveived a letter from

he Allied proposal for settling the























THURSDAY,

Nahum Goldmann, Presi- |

on Wednesday |
| for “his initiative which led to the



|
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}
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|



’ Russian

Plane Mis



NEW PHARMACY



j YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT
Cfo YESTERDAY
CLD ist a aetna ,
= Lowe:t Tempera
er j | Rorameter it eum aetor'ss pm) a
XN , 3 TO-DAY
Sunrise 558 a.m
Sunset 6.0 pw
Moon Last Quarter, Octobe 16
Ligh ting Ns oo P aa ile a
OCTOBER 9, 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS — | Low Tide: 12) am. 48 pm



Freneh
Raid
Reds |

PARIS, Oct. 8

|
|
}
|

More than 3,000 police ried
| special agents raided Communist
jand follow travelling ~centres in

17 French cities in surprise strike

for evidence of a Red p ot against












the security of the country. The
nationwide swoop wes ordered by
the Military Court in Paris indi-
ealing that the National Defence
Miais? ha taken over the
“ere oe begun by the Minis-
try “of a@eNinterior in spring. By
noon teyw* persons had been ar-
rested in‘Pegis alone where 1,500
lice an ireds of zents of
“@lite4*Be@publican Security
Guard apa rret police raided

20 differ, Red centres
Pott ooped down on sev-
mris banks, printshop:,

THE WINDSOR PHARMACY, Broad Street, which was opened on Tuesday.





sing Near
Territory

Pharmacy
Week Beg

ins

TOKYO, Oct. 8.

: Tae fourth annual
| FAR EAST AIRFORCE reported to-day an intensive} Week held by the Druggists’ As-
| search fora Superfortress bomber missing after radar peel Eee peso on peiene
creens had picked up an unidentified aircraft approaching 1 are ta Re aadiars chalga
it-near Russian territory. An official statement said the|Mr F. § Olton, city druggist

| bomber was missing over Japanese territory off the north-
ernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido since shertly after

mid-day yesterday

| eee ne nn ome ~-



St. Lucy Fishing
Boat Fund

The Churchwarden (Mr.
F. A. Greaves) and Vestry of
the parish of St. Lucy have

slightly different from the

Friday Night |

'
|

jorawn
This year’s programme will be;
pre-|spectors who led strong helmeted



CW ers and political associa-
a5 in a searcn for documents
and b.nk account records that wi'l
wulhs tn important

Ovta { CaMpuiga to prove the
Kremlin dominated Communist
party a threat to the security of
the French state Sweeping
earches were also carried out in
morning .ong for.ys against Red
meting places from regional

headquarters down to single roora
“cells.”

Paris Militiry Court Magis-
trate Yves Michel ordered th
action due to “attempts against

Pharmacy!the external security of the stste

ind attempts to demoralize the
rmy, The Raids went off with-
out incident and the men arrested
were taken on specific
before hand and handed
ver to 14 Commissaries Chief In-

warrant

vious ones in that lectures wil! be|and heavily armed police squads.

Airforee radar screens we. »). | Riven in two country distrie'* Government action came without
lowing the oni “a noraat pro. | These talks in the country, one }warning after the campaign
cedure when they picked up an]! St. Peter, and the othe: in St.lagainst Communists begun — last
unidentified aircraft in the same {Jenn will be given in collaboii-\May had seeming'y died down
arva. In 15 minutes the two spots; 402 with the Mobile Cinema But government specialists had
on the radar screen: merged | A third lecture will also pejbeen quietly working over tons
about eight miles northwest ol] siven at tha Y.M.C.A. The a le documents seized during the



Nemuro on Hokkaido’
15 miles from the Russian border.
Shortly after both icks had
disappeared and a distress call in
English was heard by radio. Then falls
there was silence,

eastern tip

these lectures which begin at
o'clock
The week's programme is as

ve

1

8



eral public are invited to attend jnationwide raids of May 31 whea

rifle swinging police broke into
the barricaded headquar-ers of the
French Communist party in Pari












































ti 1 ki erative | haat see} nd het alt Oe ake ker son whom the V-terans] stalemate over the prisoner of war } opened a fund to roplace the American amphibious and jet, Friday, October 10,—Talk over mine i. ee oeerent te
tA eee ane ae Sp v3 fo rel his , riage on | Administration declared dead] exchange or make a “constructive boat owned by Joseph Griffith fighter planes combed the area; Rediffusion by Mr, F. S. Olton,|;ued by Magistrate Michel is the
flight from Frankfurt to Berlin | vivor as he found his carriag more than six years ago, proposal of their own.” of Crab Hill which was burnt. ihroughout the dey but were; p.m strongest possible peacetime ac-
to pick up patients. It was buzzed | the platform, } a ; Lieut.-Gen. William K, Harrison Contributions can be left at | hampered tm their search opera-| Monday, Qctober 13,—Lecture}cusation and could draw the death
by Soviet jet fighters near Koen- A Railway official said the locai |, MS. Zellg Stanoff 52, said alsenior Allied negotiator told Reds the Advocate office or at any tions by 200 foot of eeiling ty Dr. A. L, Stuart at Y.M.CA.| onaity for anyone convicted of
nern about 90 miles southwest of t atl was just taking on passen- letter from her son Harlenj at Panmunjon that the U.N. Com- of ..the three commercial || Subject: “Acute Respiratory Dis-|! ti ee t the External Secu-
Berlin in the southernmost of the cae when the Scottish Expre: Hewlett was mailed from Samar} mand had nothing further to offer Semtyae x }) Japanese prvss. reporte-from the | gages.’ € ay ne o ee ernal Secu
three hundredmile widercorridors | hit the back of it The exp stand in the Philippines, It saidjon the subject of prisoners Amount previously | tiny Japanese held island near the! “‘pyesday, October 14.—Lecture] “*¥ Of France.—U.P,
linking the city with western engine was buried in the wreck~ |he aa alive,.and well. In his & aren woe set a . is oe $40.00 oeeers anes ae ee |e Heywoods, St, Peter, by Dr. .
Germany. e. In the Scottish Express |letter Harlen told his mother he | “up e Communists to show . BE. Bell. r-+, 10,00 northeast of Japan, said the|G. Reader. Subject: ‘“Venereal
First reports indicated that one casstngare were just taking |WaS wounded in February, 1945,| whether they too want an armis- The Barbados Youth Superfortress issuing black smoke | )iseases.” D ] ‘ ll d Off
of the M.:G’s tried actually to; breakfast. An attendant said |on Luzon and spent the next tice, U.N, insi s on voluntary re-. Movement ... 1.00 | was seen going down in the direc-/ Wednesday, October 15,—Lec- ue ( wa e
shoot at the hospital plane but| “We felt a terrific swaying and twenty six months in “dozens of een ne pt Ca wad pees tion of the Open sea within Rus-| ture at School Pasture, St. John,
Jater an Airforce statement said | immediately flung ourselves to the | hospitals” in the Pacific, ieAtean General Mam Ti Bi pe Total... $51.00 sian territorial waters yesterday | by Dr, E, B,-Carter, Subject: HAVANA. Oct. 8
¢ j . > e ras ‘E € 4 “Ve 3 ave , 0 “Diseas 1 _ po ‘“ Oe . of ae
sovyrs) machine gun bullets were | floor. When the crash vapre | After that, Harlen said he vent} used these conferences as a forum , oe Moers believed from ene hee “5 Film Show The “Affair of honour between
fired “not immediately directed at; people screamed for help and the |; 45 business on Samar Island and] for the most vicious type of pro- ir Force officers believed from) Friday, October 17.—Film ShoW i roberto Agramante Presidentiai
the plane but apparently intend-! noise was (remendous. Clouds of now /owns's farth ands etter paganda.” eee ba ms srnecte Aue ge eee es e ares iy fish Council at the candidate of the Cuban People
ed to at'ract attention, or to serve | steam and smoke hind red rescue jtion company, But he said he is ITI N rye 1" pee ern, “i te i OP | . (Orthodox) party in the election
as a warning. lwork but ail of us who could, back in service again and will], $s iS | 77 LEE | ot rade mne\unidentsfed pian m4 | »ostponed by Cuba’s latest revo-
The United States military |tore at the debris to help those b6 discharged soon. He said he Canadian Millers | I Mi 4 Li jution, and Party President
plane landed at West Ber'in’s| still trapped.” Men ripped of thein Iplans to return home é n ens 1ves * @ | G ver . A , fg Emilio Ochoa has been sett'ed
Temolehoft Airport to-day after |sbirts and women tore up thee | It was a terrible shock, J In Jantaica ( Voroecca Rejects x70 nor PP ounts without > need duel ac-
: ‘ as 4 m ust d A ; ithou the annou
the incident in the air corridor.|}skirts to help bandage the!) : ; : | WAS nC na a ct t wORiinell ‘raviorts
i 4 > getting a letter from the oe ss | ‘ ASHINGTON, Oci. 8 a Y cording to unconfirmed rep
—U.P. | injured. ‘dead Mrs, Stanoff said. “I just] pe iene cca ee at tan) Secretary of State, Dean Aches- French Re orms | Council Members The quarrel srose when Senor
ee eae. et ee * .knew he would come back some-! a... .4;.., Nation. ‘ilere? jon at his press conference Wed- a 7 rade «Mig eget
° | 7 ; Canadian National Millers’ Associ- | necday said Unit 7 a — = (Trom Our Own Correspondent) Ochoa made remarks at a party
Detectives Seek j Hurled Into Air vaae : ert oo se hope for} ation arrived in Kingston tonight ;,, hvue a ae heer CASABLANCA, Morocco, | Asenicish: thet: 2 meeting Sunday to which Senor
ean | ‘The Night Scot smashed into the — one and -now he will be tram iene ns me lives of men’ in order to get Reds Che (Balter oe ites pon oe is Be en go ret peerestene took offence, Accord-
5 oe os > ‘ : . visit an alks. *y have ¢ ads < vre e een a : © HSullan OL MOrocct * e - . . . @ Se
Poiserer Of Four | rear of the- local commuters | —B.UP. sited Barbados and Trinidad | to agree to a truce in that coun- ljected the French Government's | appointed Mr. P, E. Ryan, Mr, |ing to unconfirmed re port enc
train standing in the station with; res ance leaving Canada a week ago. |". ' ‘\proposedt reforms as flatly as the | W. E, L. Wall and Mr, W. EB.L, Ochoa apologized and said the
SYDNEY, Australia, Oct. 8. {some 800 passengers jammed in 4 i , . —_C.P. Commenting on U.N. action in \pey or punis rejected those for; Walwyn to be nominated members Whole matter would b® “inconve-
Top ranking Sydney detectives |the aisle and others still board- | Newsmen Be in epee a recess in truce discug- in tnisia, Morocco’s sidter rgolbei| of the new St, _ Kitts-Nevis- !nient” to both the party and th
were assigned Wednesday to track |ing. There was an ear pitting, | 8 Naha th as aes force orate, informed sources said on| Anguilla Legislative Council, Cuban people—U.P.
down a prisoner suspected of mur-! oxplosion-like crash the coaches t f Y / 9 Useless to continue talks so long Ava minal . ink. mesitiie
ens pu Sed tea wltk ie awe the hurled» tragily . into the | Talks Saturday Health Con ererpce as the Reds “utilised negotiations Wednesday | night. td sourees al
element thallium, and trying to air smashing an_ overhead| THE Barbados Sanitary tn-|!°! false and vicious »ropaganda French President, Vincent Auriol
kill at least two others since 1943. st:el bridge and throwing | BALTIMORE, Maryland, Oct. 8 ” mary 7 , ;! ! ng lawtiitaak sae reseed
i p ' : ie tae .% Ispectony” Association are holding ‘pyoe Secretary aie ,, wecelved in Paris last week pressed
hose Be een ee sereaming men and women jown| Luis Franzini, President of the 15? Health Conference to-day at wwin eee shacty oe eee ee uloroc« Xi case for independence
rsons believed to have died from fae ee oros Seer eens qromcents Pee: Beciety. ree a.m, at Queen’s Park. Dr} gotiate and will again meet with Ptengly in an obvious attempt to
og late ae tir dee Tacetaie a | ‘isos bare Guased and toveial rived in Baltimore last night o1'y w farkness, Medical Adviser | the Communist delegation when- Polster the Arab-Asiatic — case
: ea , Other cars reared anc vp“ |a Swedish motorship to attend t Colonial Development and | ever they are ready to accept any }vhich is expected to reach a
member of the aluminum family.'sideways onto the parallel tracks] the Society's Eighth annual meet- (2 olonié t : y al nd ley any fiimax shortly when Tunisia’s |
i : . ighth annual meet are ll *n the Confer- » of our numerous proposals ¢
The ee eospeciad victim hb tight in front of the onrushing|ing in Chicago October 11 to W® rate we open re eens one nt Sees aa - of }tea comes befor the Uniteas
crema’ ore the autopsy could (ondon Manchester Express. October 16 ence and addresses w > given | lawe constructive proposa Cre” Mar etal hae mean ist
be made, Crime reporters called | Chere was a second tremendous | fe ee es nine }OY Dr. Coun Vaughan, Dr. F. G their own for an chon settle - | Ld fat sce the inition. ine
he deaths tho st tion: | Franzini said two main issues ,.. - G. H. Fagan, Mr. H.|ment of the prisoner of war | ;
the deaths the most sensational | »rash and the wreckage and glass to be discussed are Government eader Mr. G. H. Fagan, Mr. uestion ti rmed French Resident-General
series of poisonings in Australian | pew across the platform until the eadteiction Cte’ neiraiaceie. ciantiis I. Bell, Mr. G. L. Gittens. ja oe | Augustin Guillaume that the publi-
crime’ history, —U.P. {scene resembled a battlefield. laste an ae pee re The public are invited We Bien ak Ha selections cabcsie
There was a moment of silence. |" 10 ith ape Ae - i lFrench proposal is “imminent.”
* Then the stunned and dazed’ PY @stribution and price of news~ This explained Guillaume’s sud-
nnua ory passengers crawled from _ the print.—U.P. 7 T fen ret ort from Paris by ‘plane
; ss aw 7 i eturn n Ps ) i
“ wreckage and from the buried] this me and his immediate
Con: e nce O CMS coaches began the screaming and 4 } jemand for an interview with the
coaches, begar ‘ TIS IS WELL oe |
“ | Shouting of the trapped and in- . Sult
SCARBOROUGH, England, Eseingd. cartels on their way to ¢ The Resident General had plan-
; Oot 8, | London's financial distrie x WASHINGTON, Oct. 8. ned to stay in Paris a few more
Mr. Winston Churchill opened ‘3’ ifiowe ic pT » Nigh Scot hile A United States official has vis- S eS ro e2 days before returning to Morocca
the Conservatives’ annual confer-| SO\Giers Cu aj a 7 ight set iis t ited William Oatis in Czechoslo- a in tir to watch imminent army |
ence, the first since the party re-/ dren on their way to ~ hool at Vakia and has reported that the manocuvres, General Guillaume i
gained power a year ago. Peace | Wripedttauisere and Dace acketa | inprisoned American reporter | SEOUL, Oct. 8. visited the Sultan at his palace at
and harmony were expected to,‘ 4 ;

,fays he is well, Secretary of State



11.00 a.m. a hours after his

reign without any of the family} THE NAVY said a U.S. propeller driven navy plane





eon Dean Acheson disclosed Wednes- | 3 j lane touched down at Rabat air-

warfare that featured the Labéur ee et Meee ee 7% oe day. “i at Pm t! was snot down by a Communist MIG 15 jet ene ier! No eommunigue was issued
Party conference. Bet oe ‘It was e@ secon ime a ardz er was destroyed by Red anti-aircraft ; ities fhe interview, but sources
More than 1,800 resolutions are Seeped out the doorway and Communist Czechoslovakia has yesterday and anoth ro + Sultan a to modify

aid tie es

fire. Two Corsairs were lost when planes from the United
States carriers Princeton, Essex and Kearsarge teamed

listed {or discussidn but the con-,4ripped on to the tracks, Those

| ae 7 permitted an American Embassy
ty policy | not severely injured bofan drag-

official to visit Oatis since he was his

the teri of proposed an-

ference does not makes



‘ ae ; * yurcement,
pad conference whinhegnds pe ee cesium eaten at Pamedl wear charges. a with Airforce fighter bombers. to hil ae pargets bare _—UP.
urdays c j 3 } j i Yongpong, 40 miles west of Wonsan in Eastern Korea.

mk ries } ar. ghee Seven of the Russian built fight-







far outside the normal
n northwest Korea
} pounced the flight of carrier
; planes and downed the one Cor-
sair. The other plane was lost
near the target area

| ers ranging VORE DELAY WITH
| kates’ eres IRAN MAY HAVE
SINISTER CONSEQUENCES

TK

35 LEADS

on

WASHINGTON, Oct. 8



It w the second time in less Iranian Premier Mohammed
;than a week that M.I.G’s. ap-|Mossadegh called the United
|peared near the Eastern Korean |¢+at, Government’ attention

jconst to destroy 2 propeller driv- |wednesday to the “sinister” con- |

oe warplane © from.” 8 United sequences of more delay in set-

| States RATE.ET: idling the Anglo-Llranian oil di:-

| Avenging U.N. soldiers battered | pute.

Chinese Communists With savage Premier Mossadegh’s warning

counter attacks as the Eighth Ar-jseemed a thinly veiled hint that ‘
‘my Commander, General Semesitran might fall to Communists if CHOCOLATE
A. Van Fleet congratulated his|jts demands are not yet met,

fighting men for stopping the big-
gest Red drive in twelve months.
Allied infantrymen ured

a letter to
Dean Acheson.

was contained in
Secretary of State
The

COKERNUT BAR

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recapt letter was handed to Ameri-
jiwo of seven positions st lean Amb idor Lloyd Hender-
Communists in the heavy two-du ,



Red assault. yi

French and South Koreans again a 8 ply
| Shouldered the heaviest fighting latest
| northwest of Chorwon at Whit« _—

in Teherar
ly ¢

to th

Tuesday ni
US.-Britist
Moss
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| Horse. Mountain and Arrowhead | In the letter the aging Premie
|Ridge on the céntral front jexpressed “highest ¢ (Milk Chocolate - Caracrel - Fudze)
Some 2,000 Cninese Reds srmiash- jana Sincere y
led at French and South Korean|Mr. Truman's eff
positions last night and early to-jfclution to the 4 er , ~
. fm : aes ad . " : C but ted Nations troop i i
: tossed the ck and cc at j
‘ by Ivan rh 1 et + followe 7 36 ¢ by attacke . t to ie t s eee eee me |
Rounding a mark in yesterday's Tornado Race, TK 35 skippered by Ivan Perisins leads the fleet followed by TK 36. TK 40 skippered by a ed 3 : Ww P.) ( —U.P eoeeergeesresees
Teddy Hoad eventually won the race, surround v Sn l _










PAGE, TWO
‘ OS SANTOS Kt
SD 1 e back ove!
Lire ha veek to ¢ °
iiry into the Salaries
alf of the Government
the Jf sengers )



ra fc rrinidac

“Back From Holiday

f 1 MRS. J. KREINDLER



Ler chuidren re-
f US ‘ Monday
to I afte pendin
ert ne
Kreindler is Managing Di-
of Messrs. G. W. Hutchin-
Co. Ltd and f the
n Dress Shoppe, City
Few Months
J r. BOUMPHREY
fo “iS home “Sandy
Bay’ wt James, after pay-
wieituta England where he
ouple Of months’ holiday
I io Saturday by the
Golfito,
On Business
STANTON TOPPIN of T
Geddes Grant Ltd., left for
by B.W.LA. during “he
k on a business visit

To Reside
M ISS PATSY THOMAS, daugh-
» 1 of Mrs. Enid Thomas of
Cheapside was among the passen-
Mon-
to the

island on
en route

Le” The

B.W.LA

U.S.A

Patsy has gone to reside with

her aunt in New York City
Residing Here
RAR. and MRS. K. J. MAR-
i SHALI and ~ their little

ugl Catherineé,-arrived from
Glasgow by the Golfito on Saiur-
day to reside in Barbados

iv






Mr, Marshall is Overseas Man-
is of Messrs. Willia Collins
Sons, & Co., Ltd. While in Barba-

Mr. Marshall will be paying
> visits to the various
n the bean. He and



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Rock

ore

Cellymore



The follow talk was

ing

Mr Redman, Secretary of th
S.P.C.A., over Rediffusion Ltd., on
September 22,

Good evening, everyone, First
of all, I. would like to thank
Colonel Oliver or yehalf of the
Society for the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals, in giving his

permission for these monthly talks

over Rediffusion.”
This evening, I am

asking you

all for your co-operation in help-
ing the Society, by reporting to
them, any animal you may eee ot

know of, that is or has been ill-
treated, hurt, starved or in dis-
tress. You wouldn't believe how

many animals suffer and are con-
linually neglected and under-
nourished.

Horses, Mults and Donkeys are
working animals and they need
care and good treatment, regular
feeding and watering along with
kindness and consideration. When
they get this, it is surprising
how different animals will be,
stronger, happier and able to do
their part of the work well and
willingly. *After all, they get very
little out of life and are so com-
pletely dependent on their owners
or loving care, cleanliness, food
and attention,

Then there are the sheep and
oats who are left out to graze
all day, they should be tethered
in the shadiest and most grassy
spot and watered regularly. Then
put up to rest before dark, No
animal will thrive, if left in the
broiling sun all day.

Then, there's our faithful friend
the dog. To begin with, I think
veryone in. any circumstance
should think long and carefully
before taking on any animal to
keep for its lifetime, There is the
question of feeding, not only
when it is young and needs very
little, but when it is fully grown
All puppies are attractive and
loveable, but puppies grow ftast
and the question is—will it always

be loved the same way and will
it always be looked after well
There is nothin Oo cruel, a
farting to keep an animal who
naturally gets fond of its sawney
ind attached to th¢ only home

a

CITY GARAGE

Healthy





Carb 6

Paid Business Visit



Rh / { J. FOREST
ivi ia represeniatis
' ern Electric 1 the We
ho 1 paying
i to the island, lef
ek-end for
rrink
Roatine Visit
M: A DeK. FRAMPTON,
C.M,G., Agricultural Adviser
to Development and Welfare, left
for Trinidad by B.W.1LA. on Sun
iny. He has gone on a routine
visit and expects to return t
Barbados this week.
For Grenada
eae HON. F. C. HUTSON,
M.L.C. was among the pas-
engers leaving the island for
Grenada by B.W.1LA, on Sunday
last on a visit,
Short Visit
R. C. C, SKEETE, Director of
Agriculture also left for
Trinidad by B.W.LA, on Sunday

hort visit,

Visiting Daughter

on a

MES: STANLEY KINCH and
her son Roger were passen-
ers for Montreal, Canada durin:

the Mrs
her
in

to

past week by T.C.A.
will be visiting
who is_ tesiding
Canada and expects to return
Parbados early in December,
Hiome After 10 Years
M* CHARLES YEARWOOD,
4 son of Mr, A. Yearwood,
Jeweller of Bolton Lane, returned

Kinch
daughter

to the island on Sunday by the
S.S. Colombie from Trinidad
where he was living for the past
10 years. Mr. Yearwood is an
Optician,

Spent Eight Days

R. AND MRS. LOUISY who

arrived in the colony from

St. Lucia for eight days’ holiday,
returned home yesterday morning
by B.W.LA.

During their stay here they were
guests at the “Savoy”, Bay Street

then
oughtless

ai for some selfish
and t* reason they are

t wanted, They are turned out
to st and wander and be-
col engers of the night,
up dustbins and causing
cistu in their search for
fcod ad unhappy creature
it is th that the S.P.C.A
ask y« to help them destroy
merciful Of course, sometime
there is good reason why
an animal cannot be kept any
longer, it maybe circumstances
prevent it or thé animal is sick
and old or develops a_ disevse
that cannot be cured or the

owners have to leave the island.
If any of these or other difficu!-
ties should arise the S,P.C.A, will
be pleased to advise, if communi-
cated with, dial 2624 or send to
the S.P.C.A_ office at the Harbour
Police Station.

Then when it is decided to keep

a dog, another weighty problem
is:—whether to keep a male or
female, they are both such won-

derful companions and a numbe
of people prefer a female, but it
is the female dog who suffers so
much if she hasn't a good hoine,
Also she needs more food when
she is whelping. So many of
these poor animals on the road
are distressed females, some with
litters of puppies left all over
the Island to starve, They then
become wild and kill
and even attack sheep for
so hunted and straved are they

chickens
fo





i,





The S.P.C.A. would like to
advise that a female dog should
only be kept when there i a
walled in yard or garden, so

that the animal may be properly

protected at all times by its
owners
It is a great attraction to any
Island and its people if the
nimels are healthy and well
cared fer, Se, with your help the
S.FP.CA are hoping to accom-

plish this. And now, I wish you
all Goodnight, and thank you for
listening.

This was the talk given by Mrs

Redman, Tuesday night
Good evening, everyone. The
Society for the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals would like to
make an appeal to all owners and
managers of Estates and Peasant
Proprietors, also the owners of



Exide

CARS TRUCKS
TRADING CO. LTD.




Picnic For Carib Bears

* "ISS GRACE CUMBERBATCH
LV of The Ivy,
organise Picnic at the Crane
n Sunday evening in honour of
the Carib Bears Basketball Team
ting Barbados, They
the colony on Sunday

Hollow:

who are vi
wrived in
nornin
They are delighted with
island and look forward to
happy days during their
First Visit
ISS LAUREEN HUNTE was
among “the arrivais by
B.W.LA. from Trinidad on Sun-
day night on her first visit to the
island. She will be a guest at
Super Mare Guest House during
her two-month holiday visit.
Miss Hunte is employed
Receptionist at the Tourist Bureau,
Port-of-Spain.
A, Month’s Holiday Visit
a= arriving in the island
during the past week from
Caracas, Venezuela on a month's
holiday visit were Mr. and Mrs.

euc
many
stay.

as

Chelinif who are also guests at
Paradise Beach.
Enjoyed Stay
IsS E. OUTRAM of S&t.

Matthias Gap, returned by
the S.S. Golfito on Saturday last
after a three-month holiday visit
to the U.K. She had an enjoyable
holiday and is glad to be back

nome
Off To Canada

R. A. P. MUIR of Buttals.

St. George was also a
passenger during the past week
by T.C.A. for Montreal, Canada.
He will be spending about tnree
months’ holiday there

Returned
ANTHONY HAYNES re-
to England via
Jamaica by. B.O.A.C./B.W.1.A
on Tuesday after spending his
vacation here with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes of
Parkes, St. Joseph

R.
turned



And Happy Animals

dairies, who employ people to
look after their livestock. They
ask them to inspect their animals
fcod at feeding time, every once
in a while, to see that cleanliness
and the right amount of balanced
diet is given, also that they are

fed and watered at the correct
times to maintain good health
Then, to overlook the animals
thoroughly for sores and bruises
and continually inspect condi-
tions themselves, which would
help to relieve a lot of suffering
among livestock and promote
health and comfort for them.
They will always thrive under
the best conditions and give so

much pride satisfaction to
their owner.

The S.P.C.A. also appeal to
owners of Horses, Mules and
Donkeys and ask them to watch
for sore eyes....sores under the
harness and lameness. Lameness
may be due to many causes: it
is a sign of pain; lameness in the
fore limbs is shown by the un-
even carriage of the animals’
head and lameness in the hind
limbs is shown by the uneven
carriage of the hind quarters. To
work a lame animal is an offence
and if any of you should see a
lame animal working, please no-
tify the S.P.C.A. by telephone
2624 or reporting the matter to
the S.P.C.A. office at the Har-
»0ur Police Station,

Now, I'm quite sure that all of
you have been hot anq_ thirsty
these past weeks, then, please
remember that your animals and
pets suffer these discomforts too
and see that they have plenty of
clean drinking water and can
find shelter from the sun,

And now, a word about Cats.
It has been brought to the notice
of the S.P.C.A, that a number of
cats are kept in stores and ware-
houses to catch rats and mice,
well, that is quite in order and
some of them are fairly well fed

and

and in fairly good condition, but
there are many others that are
not so well looked after. It is a

mistaken idea to think that a cat
has to be hungry, almost to
point of starving before it
eatch rats or mice,
amount of food...milk and wa
ter daily will keep the cat health-!



& BUSES

Victoria Street



CLEARINGS

LADIES LINEN KERCHIEFS—White, Plain, Printed—24cts. were 57 cts.
LADIES PURE SILK FLOWERED HEADSCARVES, a Few Only $5.00
were $12.15.

LADIES FULLY FASHIONED NYLON HOSE $1.80 were $2.41

CORSETS—“BEST FORM”—$4.00 were $

8.00—Sizes 30 and 32 Only

Clearing Old Stock LEATHER HANDBAGS $3.00 PLASTIC $2.00
New Shipments PRINTED CREPES, SPUNS, Ete. 89 cts.

T. R. EVANS

YOUR SHOE STORE

PHONE: 4220

(WHITFIELDS)



| 4.00—7.15 p.m,




BARBADOS

Engaged

"HE engagement was recently
announced in Bermuda be-
tween Pamela, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Cresswell, of
Lilyfield Cottage, Smith’s Parish,
ind Mr. Ronald D. Drewe, eldest
son of Mr, and Mrs, Harola
Drewe of Ilford, Essex, England.

Mr. and Mrs. Cresswell had
been resident in Barbados for six
years, during which time Mr.
Cresswell was attached to Cable
and Wireless, He was transferred
to the Bermuda branch.

Both Mr. Cresswell and his
prospéctive son-in-law are in the
Company’s Service at the Flatts
receiving station while Pamela
who was an employee of Singer
Sewing Machine Co., Barbados, is





meine what your outlook is, according

OCTOBER 9, 1952

THURSDAY,

ADVOCATE



he STARS *x*
and YOU a af ‘gs

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FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1952

your birthday comes and

to the stars

Look in the section in which

ARIES In small things as in great, be particular,
March 21—April 20 conscientious; then you need not fear the |
general outcome of efforts. All essential {
matters can progress today.

* * |
Fine aspect for sincere, worthy effort. > al
y 20 However, don’t go along in half-interested
manner. You could attain peak returns
far some of the day’s tries.

*

TAURUS
April 21 to



eae at the Bank of GEMINI Indications of splendid en oy real

a ; ins if you hold temper and be not over- uve ng Treatment
aa Deeb Soc. yo ” mad ee Saaneus.. Rodhance, family favoured Book now for a rejuvenating Treatment

marry early in December, anew.

Relief Duty
R. KENNETH TAYLOR on
the Staff of Barclays Bank
(D.C.&O.) returned from Antigua
by B.W.LA., on Monday after
doing relief duty in Antigua on
behalf of the Bank,
From Venezuela
MoM. AND MRS. J. N. C NS
and their four children
arrived here during the past week
from Maracaibo on, a month’s
holiday. They are guests at
Paradise Beach Club.
Mr. Cummins is employed with
the Shell Caribbean Petroleum
Company, Venezuela.







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* with helpful advice on individual skin-earé afd make-up
wit ip 4 ' ~

Industry, real estate, finances all in line

for improvement with intelligent, shrewd

management. Legal matters can upset

things, so be on guard.

CANCER
June 22—July 23

ts an experience you'll enjoy,

| From October 13th
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33 Broad Street

Study, seek advice if confronted with the
unexpected problems. But don’t let any~-
thing disturb you. Mining, merchandis-
ing, home affairs favoured.

*

Personal interests may tend to dominate;
don't let them spoil good chances to
achieve in other significant activities.

* * *

Schedule appointments other than im-
portant ones so they do not interfere with

LEO

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Aug. 23—Sept. 23

LIBRA



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stay was a guest of Mrs, Ismay
Augustin of Castries.

ier and keener Do not imagine
it is humane to leave enough food
handy for the duration of a holi-
day either. The cat will eat all
the first day, then starve for the
rest of the time, unless the food
is given daily by some appointed
person. This should be attended
to and inspected for the care and
comfort of the animal. Do you
know that there are some people

; agement. You are humane, “ | . ; Warner's Action
who do not think that cats need $c Don't let your sympathies be used wrongly. ee of: x | MILLION DOLLAR Hue nae cnhie Packed Drama |
water’? But they do, every animal Miguel de Saavedra Cervantes, author of Don Quixote. | Panny EDWARDS: & ABBOTT & COSTELLO |INSIDE THE WALLS
needs’ clean drinking water, x | SOUTH OF RIO ooo or
changed two or three times a } Monte HALE ‘riday'4.45 & 8.39 p.m
day. It is quite wrong to allow *« + ye +¥ me #4 * * * * + aaron — BnS Sena Bane FOLSOM PRISON
any animal to drink gutter or ABBOT Goorin} THAT'S MY BOY David Steve
stale water, it breeds disease and MEET THE Dean Jerry ||BRIAN COCHRAN
f NVIS LE A MA } . : OT
cats carry disease very easily. INVISIBLE MAN ||MARTIN — & LEWIS Hoag OEE Recoil 15 3 i.

It's always a good idea, when
we suffer in any way ourselves to
give thought to animals and
birds. Who knows? Perhaps we
were given minds ‘so that Wwe
might take thought for all the
creatures denied our gift of
speech,

Well, listeners, I do hope you'll
all co-operate with the S.P.C.A,
in trying to make our animals
healthier and happier.

Thank you, anq Goodnight.

LISTENING HOURS

| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9%, 152
; $e . 25. 53M, 31.32M

4p.m,. The News, 4.10 p.m, The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. No Name, 4.45 p.m
Sporting Record, 5 p.m. B.B.C
Orchestra, 6 p.m. Welsh Diary, 6.15 p.m.





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Colonial Blind Campaign Comes To Life

9, 1952

Canada Helps
In West Indies

IN THE TWO YEARS s

LONDON.
ince the British Empire Society

for the Blind was formed, its plan of campaign—to lead an
attack on eye diseases and to bring new hope to a millios
blind people in the Colonies—has come to life in a score

of Colonial territories from t

The Society’s annual report,
published in London, has a story
to tell of “positive achievement
and of work purposefully begun
in one of the most extensive
movements of its kind ever un-
dertaken jin the British Colonial
Empire.”

The Society exists to serve the
blind people of 45 Coloniaj ter-
ritories. Most of its work at pres-
ent is being concentrated on the
African Colonies, where the in-
cidence of blindness represents a
huge problem, but much work is
also going on in the West Indies,
where preliminary investigation
has shown an incidence of blind-
ness at least three times that of
the United Kingdom

“The Canadian Nationa] Insti-
tute for the Blind, which has a
long-standing interest in this
region, has given invaluable help
and advice to organisations for
the blind in the East Caribbean,”
says the report.

Underlining the need for work
such as the Society is doing, the
report quotes Lord Halifax, the
Society’s president, as saying:

“Thousands of children and
young people in the Colonies are
blind. Most of them live as fam-
ily dependents or as beggars
wandering from town to town.
They could be taught a trade
but, at present, there are schools
and training centres for less than
300 of them — one in 3,000 of
the blind population

“For economic and humanitar-
lah reasons, we cannot fail, to
deal resolutely with this problem

naw its extent is known, The
Cqlonial Office and Colonial
Governments were among the

first to recognise its gravity, but
there is a limit, in work of this

kind, to what any government
can do. Care of the blind can
never be just an official matter;

it is the concern of everyone who

can see.”

Latest development in the
Society’s work is the launching
of a three-year survey into the
causes of blindness in West
t#ica — the most extensive of
its kind ever undertaken in the
British Colonial Empire. It be-

gins in October when two distin-
guished research workers leave
Britain with four specially
adapted vehicles and a mass of
research equipment.

Dr. Frederick Rodger, who will
direct the survey, is a well known
opthalmie surgeon, with wartime
experience as a medical officer in
jungle warfare in Burma. Lead-
ing a second team will be 26-
year-old Geoffrey Crisp, an
entomologist, who will investi-
gate the life history of the river
flies that cause blindness,

The new information they bring
back about the causes and treat-
ment of blindness in tropical
territories will enable the Society
to launch an even more vigorous

attack against blindness in the
West Indies and other tropical
colonies, —B.U.P.

ee

R.C. PRIESTS CAN’T JOIN
STATE ASSOCIATION

8.

of

BELGRADE, Oct
Annual Conference
Yugoslavia’s Roman
Bishops last month decided un-
animously to prohibit all Catholic
Priests from joining state encour-
aged Priests associations, accord-
ing to a high Roman Catholic
source. It said the Bishops threat-
ened to place sanctions against
any priest who violated their
instrutions.—-U.P.

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F Agriculture
In Dominica

From Overseas Press Service
_ Considerable agricultural activ-
ity is reported from Dominica,
British West Indies, where the
expanded road programme is
opening up new areas. A “real
fillip to production,” says the Car-
ibbean Commission, “is the Agri-
cultural Credit Scheme, with
initial capital of £15,000, which it
is hoped to raise later to £50,000.”

Far East.

The scheme permits loans on
future crops to lend-owners as
well as to tenant occupiers.

The cost of a Benana Demon-
stration Scheme is being shared
by the Department of Agriculture,
the Banana Association, and the
Antilles Company Ltd., This
scheme provides for a chain of
half-acre banana plots to be laid
out in various parts of Dominica,
to demonstrate to cultivators the
best methods for growing the
greatest possible yield of Lacatan
bananas.

Other schemes include a good
production campaign, a market-
ing plan, and a livestock scheme.
An agricultural small tenancies
bill has been drafted and is
shortly to come before the Legis-
lature, It is aimed at giving cul-
tivators greater security of tenure.



Souvenir Album
Of Kingston City

KINGSTON.
A souvenir album presenting
the history, activities and pro-

gress of the city of Kingston and
through the past 150 years, is to
be published by the Kingston and
St. Andrew Corporation to .mark
the 150th anniversary of the city’s
charter,

A issued on behalf
of the town clerk, said that
since it had been found feasible
to proceed with the celebrations
as originally planned, the coun-
cil had always retained the idea
of the souvenir album which
has been under preparation for
some time, and thé work on it
now well advanced,

statement

—B.U.P.



U.S. STUDYING
NEW PROPOSAL
FOR U.N. MEMBERSHIP

By ARTHUR J. OLSEN
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.

Authoritative Government
sources said Tuesday that
suggestion that the United States
favour an “open door” policy for
the admission of new members to
the United Nations is under active
study here.

The proposal which is under-
high officials would bar from
membership only those nations
which-are in open conflict, against
the world organization.

On the present list of potential
U.N. members, only Communist
China would be barred according
to an informant, :
—UP.

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©o move quickly—something has stimu-
iated him to action! TONO has just



Hon. Raatgever
a ;
Receives C.B.E.
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hisignia
GEORGETOWN, BG.
British Guiana’s representative
on the West Indies Regional Eco-
nomic Committee, Honourable
William J Raatgever, has re-
ceived the insignia of the honour
of the C.B.E.. bestowed by her
Majesty on the Queen’s birthday
this year.

Two other British Guianese also

received the insignia to their
awards and another the BE.
medal. H.E. Officer Administer-

ing the government, Honourable
John Gutch, C.M.G., lent cere-
monial colour to an ordinary as-
Bembly of the Legislative Coun-

The award was conferred on
Hon. Mr. Raatgever for his pub-
lic services to British Guiana and
in presenting the insignia His
Excellency added “You have de-
voted yourself unsparingly to the
interests of your country, not
only as a member of both the
Executive and Legislative Coun-
cils, but on numerous other com-
mittees and bodies of a public
nature. In recent years you have
represented the colony on ‘the
Regional Economic Committee
and at many conferences Overseas,
at consderable personal sacrifice.
Your services have been charac-
terised by sincerity of purpose
and’ have been of great value to
British Guiana. I warmly con-
gratulate you.”

Mr, Ivor Qtterbein Smith,
O.B.E. “This award which was
made on the recommendation of
the Governor of Jamaica, h°s
been conferred on you in recog~
nition of your valuable services
to the government in Cayman Is-
lands.”

(Mr. Smith is now serving as a

Senior District Commissioner in
British Guiana.)

Mr. James Kenneth Luck,
M.B.E.: “This award has been

conferred on you for your out-

standing efficiency,

devotion to duty. You

integrity and
have

brought credit on the local audit
staff of whom you were the first

member to rise to a senior execu-
tive post in the department.”

Miss Millicent Knight, B.E.M.:
“This medal has been awarded to
you in recognition of your long and
meritorious service over a period
of 35 years and more particularly
the devoted service which you
have rendered to the welfare of
the inmates of the almshouse.”

These three were also warmly
congratulated by his Excellency,

who also shook hands with the

recipients, the council
as they stood witneasing the pre-
sentations.

2 Vessels Collide:
Ail Crew Safe

LISBON, Oct. 4.

The British freighter Granford
with a six-foot hole in the bow
arrived with survivors from the
Spanish freighter Montecfacho
which sunk after the two ships
collided in a dense fog off Portu-
gal early on Saturday. All 37



were saved but lost all their be-
longings. No injuries were re-
ported aboard the Granford,
Spanish crew members some in
the clothes

cheering

the crew members of the Montefacho

they were wearing

when the collision occurred said

Catholic stood to have the support of some that the Montefacho—3,200 tons

from Bilbao and the Granford—
7,000 tons collided on Saturday
morning about fifty miles west of
Figurira Da Foz, central] Portugal.

Six Spanish crew members re-
lated how they were able to leap
from the deck of the Montefacho
to the Granford after the collision,
Others went overboard into boats



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MACDONALD, Man.

AN ALL-STEEL apartment village in which each

home was built in 14 hours

Newsprint From

Bagasse Proved
Satisfactory

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3.

Production of satisfactory news-
print from sugar cane wastes
has proved feasible, commerce
secretary Charles Sawyer re-
ported. Congress said “it clearly
demonstrated that. we can manu-
faeture from bagasse paper satis-
factory in all important respects
and superior to some newsprint
currently in use.”

He indicated that manufac-
turer’s costs are at least as low
and probably will eventually be
much lower in production than
the costs of newsprint now in use.
He said trial tests conducted at the
National Bureau Standards indi-
cated that “there is no question
of the superiority of the new
paper”.

The supply of bagasse, he added
is ample to meet all the needs
of increased newsprint in Louisi-
ana, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Cuba,
and the rest of the Caribbean
area have great. quantities.

—C.P.

and were picked up with difficul-
ty a half an hour later by the
Granford because of fog.

The Spaniards said their ship
ripped in the middle sank in half
an hour, She was carrying a



cargo of 420 tons salt from Tor-
risviega and San Pedro to Bilbao.

The Spaniards said most of the
crew were asleep.—U.P,



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three months they changed a
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P. Kreindler and M. Kreindler
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M. Dear, M. Tolenttno, E. Douglas
L Lynch, H Balfour, Z. Haydu, Z
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A modern sehool with six THE M a. E i
classrooms and two playrooms APPRECIATE
was provided for airmen’s
children, and officials expected po verte a bois
some 150 students of eight ‘
grades would be taught there,

Construction crews were rush- 4
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conerete sidewalks and land- { TOILET SOAP 7
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wy 4 Oe ee ee aoe It leaves you feeling Cool | .

ut if anything should go ‘
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Thursday, October 9, 1952

POUND OF FLESH

NO will surprised by the
announcement that a party of British in-
dustrialists are to visit Barbados at the
invitation of the local government. Visit-
ors have been to Barbados to
advise on all sorts of subjects for many
years, at our expense, and although little
action seems ever to be taken as a result
of these visits, no harm would appear to
be done except perhaps .in the increase of
personal frustration and disillusionment
which normally follows such visits.

one be

coming

In recent years there has been much
talk of industriaiisation in the British
Caribbean and in Trinidad, Jamaica, and
British Guiana noticeable has
been made with the development of other
industries besides minerals and sugar.

Even in Barbados there has been some
development of small industries and the
first deep-ofl well ought to be completed
before the end of 1953. But although in-
dustrialisatign is regarded as a new faith
by believers in panaceas, the attitude of
the Barbadian government with regard to
capital investment remains shrouded in
mystery.

progress

Opinion is divided as to the wisdom or
folly of building a deep-water harbour be-
cause local capitalists have little confi-
dence in the intentions of the local gov-
ernment and are afraid to tie up large
sums of money which could be profitably
invested elsewhere. On the other hand all
unprejudiced observers agree that without
a deep water harbour talk of industrialisa-
tion will never develop into action.

While no progress is being made with
the proposed deep water harbour, the
government has shown a remarkable lack
of understanding of the difficulties which
prevent the Barbados Electricity Supply
Corporation from erecting a new power
house and installing steam turbines.

Yet every lower first school boy knows
that electricity turns the wheels of indus-
try and that without an up-to-date elec-
tricity generating plant all schemes of
industrial development are predestined to
failure.

The government, it is true, has not been
helped to adopt a sensible policy towards
the electricity corporation by those short-
sighted persons in private and public life
who were so anxious to find faults with
the local company that they failed to
understand how vital it is for the island
to have a modern electricity supply in the
shortest possible time.

It is quite beyond the comprehension
of normal men to understand how a gov-
ernment which passes pioneer industry
legislation and which invites distinguished
British industrialists to its shores can
cold-shoulder the genuine efforts of the
Barbados Electricity Supply Corporation
to give Barbados an electricity supply
system without which no industrial
development can take place.

Few persons in Barbados realise how
much the confidence of British investors
was shattered by the Persianisation of the
Anglo-Iranian oilfields or how much dam-
age was done to the Barbadian reputation
for fairplay by the government's decision
to allow an American oi] company to com-
pete with a long established British oil
company in drilling for Barbadian oil.
However within its rights the government
of Barbados may have been in taking the
action which resulted in British Union
withdrawing from drilling for oil in Bar-
bados, in London that action has caused
investors fo think several times before in-
vesting in the island. And this shyness
of the London investor comes at a time
when the economists of the United King-
dom are emphasising that the British Com-
monwealth must increasingly rely on
American capital for development.

It is worse than stupid to blame the Bar-
bados Electricity Supply Corporation for
the reluctance of the British investor to
subscribe capital for investment in Barba-
dos at a time when British investment
policy is no longer adventurous.

However much the government of Bar-
bados might consider British reluctance to
invest in this island as misplaced they
cannot force Britons to invest in an island
in which they have lost confidence. The
task of the Barbados government is to woo
capital into this island, especially from the
United Kingdom if it can; it will only woo
capital if it offers incentives which are
adequate to break down existing sus-
picions and fears, To stick out, like Shy-
lock, for a pound of flesh when the econo-
mic heart of the island is already fluttering
to a standstill through want of a modern
electricity system will cost us dearly.

But to invite industrialists here to-tcll
us that without electricity 1 ndustrial-
isation is possible is a waste of money



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Appointment As High Commissioner

By DERRICK SINGTON. iF

Singapore journalist who is the correspondent
of many leading overseas newspapers

A YOUNGISH British general, Sir Gerald
Templer, has got one of the toughest and
trickiest assignments that have been handed
out to any administrator in recent years—to
restore law and order in troubled Malaya,
and to form—out of the multi-racial com-
munity there—a strong self-governing nation
capable of defending itself against aggression
from outside and dictatorial uprisings from
within.

During his first six months as High Com-
missioner in Malaya the curious “tip and
run” war against 5,000 Chinese communist
terrorists, who strike from the jungle, has
been waged as successfully as at any time
during the three previous years. Lately
more casualties have been inflicted on the
terrorists (in June 109 were killed which
was higher than in any previous month);
fewer troops, police and civilians were lost in
July through terrorist ambushes and _ in-
timidation killings than in any month since
October, 1949. This means first that army
and police methods of tracking and shooting
are improving; but, secondly, and even more
significantly, it means that the civilian public
are better protected and better organised to
defend themselves, and—for this very reason
—are co-operating more willingly with the
police to help hunt down the terrorist gangs.

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that war is madness, Neverthe- By Harney Millar
less, 1 was somewhat upset a few *
mornings ago by a small news spot’

of attacks, but the
definitely decreasing.
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; because one of the biggest A new edition, or rather, trans-
item. It stated that the Army had guns in the Eisenhower camp lation of the Bible, has just come
recalled a number of men who was trained on corruption and off the Press. It has been the
had been previously turned down graft in the present Administra- work of scholars for over the last
because they had not been up to tion. “Clean up the Mess” is one ten years, and one of the objects
the military mark mentally. Now of the battle slogans’ So what has been to bring the language
they were re-examined and found jappened! In one of the biggest up-to-date, without destroying the
to be quite fit. Al. nationwide hook-ups on tele- beauty of the literature which has

Unfit one day, fit the next. Isn't yision and radio, Nixon faced the made the Good Book a_ best
ic all madness? “To fight or not people of All America and bared seller for all time. Television re-
to fight,” seems to be the ques- his soul in a master piece of de- corded a picture of President

yp Scsidestoad hil anealbien livery, feeling and courage. He Truman ssetiee ce = copy—} Malaya is not counter-terror, but full pro-
Sse nae} y 5 es + ran the entire gamut of human an event which will always re- 7 . .
1 remember that the family of emotions amd won a resounding main a milestone in the history of tection for the population. Over 400,000

the girl who was shot dead in victory, In the language of a by- American people. Chinese cultivators and labourers who lived

Columbia University recently by gone ‘day “Ben the rz . It is too early to attempt a] . y , ;

a veteran discharged as mentally Tuscany.” en the ranks of | Jldict om the work of the tans-| in isolated shack-dwellings half an hour’s
i = See See re “Could scarce forbear to Jators and Editors, but I know] walk from the nearest police station, and ex-
1e Administration, ey c - ” samen + A c i

thet when Preakes i. that's the seen te that there are passages in the! posed to the violence of terrorists gangs have



Rew : But was this the end? Noe. It Old Testament which cannot be
ex- oldigr s name—was discharged, was then discovered that the improved upon in any respect.
he should have been confined and pemocratic Presidential Candi- The Psalms of David and Songs
not allowed to roam at large. gate himself, the aristocratic, de- of Solomon are a treat for those
Preakes is now in a home for the }onair Governor Stevenson’ had who read them understandingly,
mentally ill, but he had to shoot used a fund to supplement the and a quotation from the Book
mebody to get in. salaries of certain officials in his of Books always embellishes any
___ state, Illinois. So another demand composition into which it is in-
Like follower of fine for an exposure. Stevenson, after troduced.
port, I was sorry to see jovial some hesitation, has done so, and .Remember how Adlai Steven-
Jersey Joe Walcott dethroned in more, He has bared his income son, a stickler for prettily turned
the 13th round of a fight in which tax returns for the last ten years Phrases expressed his unwilling-

been resettled in new villages each overlooked
by a police station and protected by barbed
wire. The resettlement operation was con-
ceived and carried through by General
Templer’s predecessor, Sir Henry Gurney
who last year died in a communist ambush
in the hills of Central Malaya. And General
Templer’s task has been to continue where

every

be had covered himself with anq is challengi tise ver, ness to b i i-

. ; a s cha ging Ike Eisenhower, ness to be nominated for Presi ee! 3 ,
slory. In clouting Rocky Marcl- his Republican opponent to do dent... . Father if it be Thy Gurney left off. { With great energy he is
cno-to the floor in the first round the same. UL yo driving ahead with the work of creating
he submitted the new champion to * ca *

complete police protection for every one of
the new Chinese villages as well as for the
thousands of rubber workers who live in
isolated huts on rubber plantations. The
training of the huge newly-created army of
special constables, 40,000 strong, is being im-

an indignity which he had never A senator has suggested that a A recent flare-up in the activi-
suffered before, and looked like’ halt be called now to this finan- ties of the United Nations H.Q.
winning until he was k o’ed. “But cial nonsense which is shrouding here indicated that a lot of “grog”
he did-a fine thing for old men,” the real issues in the campaign, was coming into the U.S.A, on

id one commentator. He showed | agree, One was enough. His op- sidetracks. The representatives of
what 45 can do if you are really ponents attempted to smear Nixon, the various member nations are
determined to call it 38, The effort hoomeranged into their allowed to get their liquor duty
ranks, and there the matter should free, or whatever is the American

But my regret was tinged on A vb fai . 7 5 : :
the personal side, because Jers P& 2!lowed to rest. 7 ae Saents a er proved and intensified by the creation of new
gi Sup? i she ; § overe ons ‘
sey Jae had’ just decided 1 Communism, erime, "Foreign that too mush of this stuf! was| 10cal training centres.
seks Ma z eos rere neces? Policy with a definite statement coming in. It was more than a KEY TO THE PROBLEM
ae Walcott—the Pride of Barba- 22 Korea, and European aid all representative and his aides could But the key to the Mal bl f
dos. The original Joe Walcott, as demand 100% attention of those use up normally even if they en- . v e alayan problem o
y wall Owe; -ovae ©. acon wie ries outer dnc inde great pe sevisbly- shiy said the} community defence against minority terror-
: : bv ~ nation a is critical peri in Russians got far more Vodka, and] ; iat :
padienl wae soadt Lae. Bane its shistory. Let the red herrings the Britishers far more whiskey ism does not lie in further expansion of the
BS ¢ aes go their undisturbed way. than was their due, and investi-} Police force. The people themselves — par-
the ring here. He flattened all * * * gations started ‘ 1 . or P
comers, even some above his A sex crime wave has gripped My only regret was that the ticularly the Chinese — have got to be given

weight, one “old-timer” told me, the state of New York, It chal- West Indies do not yet have rep-| the right and the means to defend themselves.
and his hands which reached be- jenges all the resources of the au- resentatives, in their own right on
low his knees, carried dynamite thorities who are meeting it in this August assembly, for them
in both gloves, - Mf fine style. Many women were at- some good old Barbados Rum

Jersey Joe, who says he wants tacked in the darkened subway might have got a much deserved
a return bout at the heavyweight entrances and quite a number in publicity. It is really surprising
crown, also says he would like their homes and apartments. how little is known of this bever-

his children to keep the name of ag . j
; . : ge here and I had °
Walcott, and I hope he will be suc= The Police answer has been to brows a few fi 2 hg

cessful in both ventures. Joe’s real enrol a number of women cops bottle i

name is Arnold Cream. trained in the art of self defence. qrikerion tt mae he ten < d
* * ” On their rounds they are shadow- girls. The hostess a ‘Barbadiar

Drama of a high standard, en- ed by plain clothes detectives on had lived in New York sinc 1929

tered the political arena last foot, and also riding in ordinary so she proudly paraded this bot

week. The democrats discovered cars, The Commissioner has also tle. I looked closely at the bel

that the Vice Presidential nominee ordered cops to wear uniform and this is what it read” . aan

Guard is being built up. Altogether over
250,000 Home Guards have now been enrolled
of whom about one third are Chinese. But
the Home Guards are still insufficiently train-
ed and many of them are still without fire-
arms. More training inspectors are being
recruited and more rifles and shot-guns are
being allotted.

Two months ago the Legislative Council

of the blice 30 yw ing » fr rg ' i ‘ :
ot the a anele iy Maneioe when going meme stot: Conse posed of 90% Jamaica rum and] took a step of far-reaching importance. It
c ad us F = als p A ndies.” i i

pense fund subscribed by his several hundred more uniforms Yes, they know Jamaica rum wet Up the Federation Regiment open to all
aries im California, They on the roads and in the subways. here, but I remember Mr. Busta-} races, A Malay Regiment has existed for
anced in glee and demanded an And these measures seem to mante told me Barbados’ was nearly 20 b hi ;

e spo.ure, Noses were turned up, have done the trick, At least in better. y years but Chinese, Indians and
and Nixon was really I know, and I betieve him too.} Eurasians could not join it. The foundations

“on the part. There have been a number







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which they receive and the man-
ner in which qualified teachers
have recently been overlooked
for promotion. Yet their associa-

of a fully-fledged Malayan Army capable of
defending the country against outside aggres-
sion and internal terrorism have thus been

“Our Common Heritage” present “Prime Minister” really Wen, "S™fuice Went as if all is} laid.
To, The Editor, The «Advocate palongs 10 , the historian of the The situation is extraordinarily But many other tasks lie ahead of General
SIR,—May I thank “Satisfied” : : r anyon” serious and if the Commission of

to detach himself completely from Templer. The most important of them is

for the very kind remarks he i j Enquiry i i
3 arks the predilections ; S quiry is not given voluntarily : eo ‘ . i
mide about the, sere “Our tt pevetientions sis, prejudices then ‘something should be done} te creation of representative institutions
Soe, Heritage » his letter dorian cannot arrive ai a dispes® ie force the hand of the authori-] and the” extension of elections beyond the
in the vocate of sionat judgment on é a i ‘oi :

October 2, Ags For his inform- matters ae ne js - nen 2 wilt the teachers continue, to ith . local and municipal councils to
ation I should like to say that distance to see them in perspec- “™?race ~— the So-ca ocility}] which they are at present confined. For po-
arrangements havir been made tive. For Caer hem ‘in perspec peculiar to Barbadians at the y P ee

reason it may be

. litical pr i i Si
argued that it is not his business CXPense of their self-respect and progress must continue side by side

with the Advocate to reproduce

the pictures, that have appeared to attempt any prot . prestige? Will they view with] with the anti-terrorist struggle:

aie : any s nal 5 - ; and e
every Saturday, in the booklet jy mumtee: of aortas complacency tite destruction of endi f . 88 th
it a proposed t? publish. The politics, “TY the foundation of otr very civili- 1 oy of communist terrorism must be fol-
Advocate staff have gone to con- * Thanki in sation? owed by swif
siderable trouble to get a picture an me | 7 ating GEORG GREEN. if y 1 wie. sdne towards: Malayes
to accompany the scries we? cena oS. Whither Govest Thou ? self-government (and independence). There
Saturday and, may allow- ? ere i is no oth I i i
Ba en a ee Mie atta To The Editor, The Advocate er pattern of advancement in Asia

z SIR,— The settling of Barba-
“er Editor, the Advocate,. _—_ dog reminds me somehow of the

-—It should now be ¢vi- landing and making homes of
dent to even the most unwary the Pilgrim Fathers of America
members of the Community that ang 1 realise that there are still
Education in Barbados is on the a few (Pilgrims left here who are

down grade. i

During the past months many trying to save ‘This #land.
irfterestetl persons have made , There were Barbadian set-
requests and pleas for a Commis- e's who assisted in the capture
sion of Enquiry into the manage- °f Jamaica” and then I was so
ment of eur Educational affairs, interested in reading of the hos-
all to no avail, and I admit that Pitality of Colonel Walrond who

ticular, to pay a public tribute
to Mr. Cyprian La Touche for his
energy and enthusiasm in the
cause.

May I point out a change that
has been made in my plan since
I started the series. I proposed at
the beginning, as ‘stated in the
introductory article, to bring the
series up to the present time by
writing about the period follow-
ing the disturbances of 1937. I

to-day.

FOREST PROTECTS MOUNTAIN LAKES

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK.
: NEW YORK is reaching out and swallow-
ing town after town. Now Mountain Lakes,
New Jersey (pop. 2,806), has drawn a forest

had intended to tell the story I was reluctant to join the ranks resided in Hoibor Fontabelle! .

of the changes that have taken of those who complained perhaps We do wish that the spirit of around itself for protection. It bought the
place in this island during th® bevause of a political bias. But some of these great settlers of] green belt from a t

past fifteen years when I came recent developments which I am Barbados may prevail and contractor who planned

to awrite about the personality
and career of Grantley Adams.
After giving the matter the

to use it for building.
OVER the news that lecture topics at the

sure are without precedent
the long and successful
of Education in

it in redeem this island, which should
history by now be a Paradise to live-in,
Barbados have

Wi not want+the spirit of irgini » ie ij
most careful consideration and forectl me to throw in my lot with tho “oe / Carlisle = ies Virginia Bankers’ Association will-be “Op-
listening to the advice (some the dissatisfied. Indeed the dis- }ore again — We want the love] Portunities in banking” and“
times unsolicited) of my friends: satisfaction and confusion alone ana ‘gubaanee lotimarly aniasi gan mbezziement
and critics, I have decided with which prevailed during the open- and gu e y -‘mission-

and defalcation,” the New York Times puts
this headline: “Matthew XVI; 26.”

For what is a man profited if he shall gain
the world and lose his own soul? Or what
shall a man give in exchange for his soul?

aries and modesty of
Quakers—Awake Barbados!
PIONEER DESCENDANT,
Babies’? Creche
To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR—, I am hoping in the near
shown future to open a Babies’ Creche

regret to confine the series to the the

dead. I was not, TI think, unduly
influenced by the counsel of those
who feared that my partiality for
“De Leader’ would lead me to
place him on too lofty a pedestal,
My decision is really due to those

ir of the Secondary School at
Richmonds would warrant inves-
tigation,

By rifusing the headship of the
Girls’ Secondary School at Rich-
monds (I take it the rumour is
true) Mrs. Adams _ has







wee er et wale on A that she too possesses the same jn the Indian Ground district, St TWO famous women are making book

7 i not impossible to write good sense rest 6 Jagnan- » OU] Ws . tts eh vue cen

cult bet aoe Re as good oo ' a aenee Peter, and am therefore askihg Zz . . Eleanot Roosevelt is writing The

career is still incomple%e. her husband’s entire political ind oe somppsed pose for gifts Ww akening, an account of her travels in the
I believe that my decision to career. of yom toys, picture books! Middle East, India and Pakista

exclude Grantley Adams _ from Privately, the members of the #4 children's pictures. These : i Pea evenee

the series will be @ serious disap- teaching professior from the Gonations can be left at Roach’s| And the life story of singer Kirste Flag-4

pointment to many people, But } is to the temporary assistants, PT store, Queen St., Speights-| stad, entitled “The Flagstad Manus nt "|

I clined to < that the e\ " © Rollock’s Hardware| , kagstad ~Ma

ja ce I acted on w right and tion both with the hurch St.. Speightstown, i though written by her i 1L€

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Evidence Concluded In Estates Chancery Suit

1952

Vice Chancellor Will
Hear Counsel Friday

HEARING of the evidence
Chancery Suit was concluded yesterday after
George Seales, the common defendant in all the
the five plantations,

in respect of
Lascelles, Mount Prospect

Estates
Percy
actions
Trents,
related

in the Panama

Colleton,
and Four Hills, had

his story regarding the purchase of the estates.

His Lordship the Vice Chan-
cellor, Sir Allan Collymore will
hear Counsel in the matter to-
morrow morning when further
hearing in the case will be con-
tinued. Legal appearances are
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instructed
by Mr. H. L. Thomas, for the
plaintiffs, and Mr. G. H. Adams,
instructed by Mr. W. O. O. Haynes,
for the defendants.

The plaintiffs, Reginald Oscar
Carrington and others filed three
separate suits in respect of the
five estates against Percy George
Seales and others. The suit is
being heard as one consolidated
action.

The plaintiffs are asking that
the share to which they are en-
titled in the said estates, both of
the Capital Account and the In-
come Account, be ascertained,
and for that purpose all neces-
sary accounts and inquiries taken
and made; payment and transfer
by the defendants to the plain-
tiffs of what shall be found due
to them in respect of the said
estates; that the Court appoint a
Receiver, and that the estates
be managed by the Receiver under
the direction of the Court.

Two Societies

The plaintiffs in their evidence
allege that the monies which
were used to purchase the estates
were contributed by two Societies
in Panama, one known as the
Barbadian Progressive Society of
Panama and the other the Bar-
badian Progressive Society of
Colon. They allege further, that
since the purchase of the estates,
they have received no account-
ing of the running of the estates
and plantations.

Giving evidence on beualf of
the defence yesterday, Mr. Percy
Seales told the Court that vrior
to 1944, and at the time of the
purchase of the estates, the
Barbadian Progressive Society
operated two branches, one in the
Republic of Panama and the other
in the city of Colon.

The parent body was the Bar-
badian Progressive Society of
Colon with the Society in Panama,
a branch,

In 1941 the two branches sub-
scribed monies and sent out dele-
gates to Barbados to purchase
Colleton in St, Peter. Since then,
further funds were contributed to
purchasing and running the other
estates.

At the conclusion of Mr. Seales’
evidence, His Lordship adjourned
further hearing in the matter
until tomorrow morning when he
will hear argument by Counsel on
both sides.



Sugar Industry To
Receive £300,000

KINGSTON,

Jamaica’s share of £300,000 in
the windfall which came _ to
Commonwealth sugar producers
from extra money received from
currency difftrences by the Min-
istry of Food in its sugar sales
to Canada, has been given to the
sugar industry by the Jamaican
Government.

The Sugar Manufacturers’ Asso-
ciation say that £264,000 of
the amount will go to the capital
rehabilitation fund of the industry,
and the rest, which is estimated
at being over £33,000, will go to
the Labour Welfare Fund. Cane
farmers will get their share of
the £264,000.

A Government official said that
as far as the Government was
concerned, the money will no
longer be available to aid the cost
of building a sugar factory in
Hanover, which cane growers in
that area want built, for their
canes.

The sugar industry could, if
they liked, use the money from
the Sugar Rehabilitation Fund to
contribute towards the cost of
building the factory.

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Road To Foul
Bay Under

Construction

; Within a few months excursion-
ists will have a new holiday resort
in Foul Bay, St Philip. At present
a road being built from the main
road to the Bay is near completion
and then vehicles will be able to
drive down to the beach,

Foul Bay is a popular bathing
place for residents of the district.
The building of the road has
spoiled the natural scenery,
though this would only be notice-
able to one who knew the Bay
before. But to one’ who is seeing
Foul Bay for the first time, there
is still much beauty about the
area, a rugged background of
cliffs which form the bay and a
wide spread of grape trees and
various vines being most of the at-
traction.

Foul Bay is a fishing district and
when the fishing season is ended,
the boats are hauled up on this
beach. The beach is wide and
waves break fairly high. A resi-
dent of the district told a reporter
yesterday that there is no fear of
under currents.

_One thing though, when excur-
sionists begin to make Foul Bay
the new “craze”, a shed will be
needed nearby to. provide shelter
from the sun, or rain, as there is
little shelter available about there.

The distance from the main
road to the Bay is about a quarter
of a mile, the last third of that
distance being hill. The hill goes
right down to the beach. At pres-
ent workmen are cutting out the
road about this hill where the
stone is very hard.

Residents of the district realise
that the Bay is sufficiently attrac-
tive to invite excursionists, and
look forward to the flush of spirits
that excursionists bring.

C.C. Delegates
Briefed For
B.W.I. Congress

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce at their meeting yester-
day discussed with their delegates
the agenda for the Ninth Congress
of the Incorporated Chambers of
Commerce of the British Carib-
bean to be held in Georgetown,
British Guiana, from October
20—23.

Of the 27 items on the agenda,
delegates were given the necessary
briefing on those which would
affect the island, namely: Canada
—British Caribbean Trade and
Steamship Services; the benefits
(if any) to be derived by contin-
uation of the Oils and Fats Agree-
ment; the desirability of adopting
Common Customs Classification
for the British Caribbean; United
action regarding the recent 15%
cut in imports from non-sterling
non-dollar areas and the granting
of all British Caribbean Govern-
ments of Landing Rights to all air-
eraft or recognised International
Airlines.

The Barbados delegates attend-
ing the Congress will be Mr. G. H.
King, Mr. S. H. Kinch and Mr, H.
A. C. Thomas. These expect to
leave for British Guiana on Octo-
ber 17 by B.W.LA. i

Also attending the Congress in
addition to the delegates from the
various participating colonies will
be Professor C. G. Beasley, Econo-
mic Adviser to the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare, Mr. A.
E. V. Barton, Secretary of the
West India Committee, Mr. W.
Ferguson, United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner in Jamaica, Mr. A.
R. Starck, United Kingdom Trade
Commissioner in Trinidad; Mr.
Max Palmer, Canadian Govern-
ment Trade Commissioner in
Jamaica and Mr. C, R. Stollmeyer,
Trade Commissioner for the Brit-
ish West Indies, British Guiana
and the Bahamas in Montreal,

Canada.



Chairman of the Congress will
be Hon’ble R. W. Youngman,
C.B.E.



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Ministerial Three To Stand Trial M.V. Balata’

Government At November Sessions

And B.W.U.

The announcement that Minis-
terial Government will be in-
troduced in Barbados in about six
months’ time, and the necessary
changes that will be brought about
in politics, Government, and Trade
Union affairs, were the topics

Â¥ idely iscussed 2
HOGS = WHR Mor anEe ee-emibinte between February 13 and Febru-

> yesterday
city yoowrday. ary 14, 1952. Sgt. E. W. King at-
With Ministerial Government, tached to Central Station prose-
Ministers will not hold Executive cuted for the Police while Mr.
posts in the Union. An Advocate J. E. T. Brancker appeared for
reporter yesterday tried to get an Fybrace.
idea as to who might take over , aah ‘
as new Executives in the Union _TWenty-year-old labourer Er-
if present Executives became "¢St Taylor of Jackson, St. Mich-

Magistrates.

The charge stated that the of-
fence was committed sometime

Ministers, but Union members ap- @¢! Was committed by His Wor- ‘

proached could not readily call Sip Mr. C. L. Walwyn, charged
names of members who will bY the Police with the larceny,
naturally replace the present from a dwelling house, of clothing
Executives, including the Presi- Valued at £5 11/9, the property
dent . of Lionel Niles on September 16.
A Union member said, “We Sst. Alleyne attached to Central

shave become so accustomed to the Police Station conducted the case

present set-up that although of for the prosecution.
late we were hearing of the pro- His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
posed Constitutional change, the also committed Golbourne Lynch
announcement that it will be alias Mr, Ajax (59) of Sargeants
made within the next half year Village, Christ Churen on a
‘has taken us by surprise as re- charge of fraudulent conversion
gards whom we would prefer as of £17 10 belonging to Kenneth
Preeeeees ete,” Sandiford.

nother member said that mem- . .
bers were beginning to assess INQUIRY ADJOURNED
the “possibles” for the Executive ~ape. none tn
Posts. They are wonderin

5 Bulls Alley,
charged with the murder of Les-
lie Moore, His Worship Mr. C. L.

= ‘ es Walwyn, Police Coroner of Dis-

Someone Responsijle trict “A”, yesterday adjourned
“One thing we will be glad Sime die the inquiry into the cir-

about concerning Ministerial Gov- Cumstances surrounding the death

ernment,” a shop keeper said yes- Of Leslie Moore.

terday, “and that is that we will Leslie Moore a fisherman of

know where to attach blame Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy died on

when necessary, At present we his way to the General Hospjtal
can only say that for years now in the Police van about 9 p.m. on

Carrington Village roads or any October 4 after it was alleged

other roads have wanted repair, that he was stabbed at Bulls

or that people of this or that dis- Alley.

trict have to walk such a long The body of Moore was taken

distance for water, but with Minis- to the Public Mortuary where a
terial Government y

new Executives,

3 e we would post mortem examination was

know who is directly responsi- performed by Dr. A. S. Cato.
3 ed. : Yesterday Dr. Cato told the
ommenting on the possible Court that the deceased died from

changes in the Executive Posts of « rl
the Union, a businessman said sities a aie
that he hoped that new Executives : .
aa uphold a sense of responsi- REMANDED
bility and encourage workers to ~~. : .
give satisfactory work to their His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
employers. He said that years ago Police Magistrate of District “A
when waterfront workers worked yesterday remanded until Octo-
for half what they are at present ber 16 Frank Waithe of Reed
paid, they were more punctual, Steet, St. Michael when he ap-
worked more steadily, and were P©ared before him charged by the
more cheerful. Police with robbery and violence
on July 7,

Sgt. E. W. King is conducting
the case for the Police. Waithe is
not represented by counsel.

CHARGED WITH LARCENY

Wilbert Waithe (34) a labourer
of Station Hill, was yesterday
charged by the Police with the
larceny of a Raleigh bicycle val-
ued at £16 13/4, the property
of Vere Bishop of Bay Street.

His Worship Mr. Cc. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
af 1,500 head of cattle annually by before whom the preliminary
regular monthly shipments and hearing is being heard, remande:
fully supported cattlemen here Waithe until October 10.
on the grounds that there is sufi- _ The charge stated that the of-
ciency of beef cattle in Jamaica fence was committed on Septem-
to _— sone. eee and oT ber 26.
needs and at the same time for the pay, 7
promotion of inter-Caribbean FINED FOR _ASSAULT
trade. Cattle can only be exported His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
rom Jamaica on licence and so sn le Setrict "A
far exports of stock for breeding Police Magistrate of District + ;

EG : yesterday fined Stanley Jones of

purposes are allowed but no ship- Jacke s ichael 2 f
ment of cattle for beef or beef J@¢kson, St. Michael 20/- for as-
saulting and beating Hyacinth

has been made. Haynes of Sargeant Village,
Christ Church on August 9.

The fine is to be paid in 14 days
or in default one month’s im-

Import Licences»
’ 5 , prisonment with hard labour.
Being Considered THEFTS REPORTED

age due to



Jamaica May
Export Beef

KINGSTON, J’ca., Oct. 8.
Jamaica beef will be available
to Trinidad housewives if propos-
als now before government are ac-
cepted. Proposals call for the sale









Consideration will be given to Colin Carter of Spry Street,
Assuing licences for importation St. Michael reported to the Po-
from all sources of linseed oil- lice yesterday that $685 was
meal. sunflower meal, groundnut stolen from his residence about
meal, corn gluten meal, alfalfa 10.30 p.m, on October 6,
meal, pollard and malt sprouts, Eunice Bryan of Chapman's
not exceeding a total quantity of Street, reported that cutlery whicn
2,000 long tons, for immediate she valued at $8 and cash to the
shipment, it has been notified by amount of $3 were stolen from he:
the Controller of Supplies. house on September 22,

Persons desirous of obtaining Thieves broke and entered the
licences for the importation of house of James Archer of Spoon-
any of these items can make ap- er’s Hill, St. Michael on October 5
plication to the office of the Con- and stole money to the amount
troller of Sup>lies by October 17, of $60 belonging to him.

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THREE men were committed to the next sitting of the
Court of Grand-Sessions yesterday by District “A” Police
The first was 35-year-old taxi driver Frank
Fybrace of Pine Land, St. Michael who was committed by
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod on a charge of larceny of
eight tins of paint, the property of the General Hardware
Supplies and valued at £16 4/8.

Neville Osbourne of Bank Hall,
St. Michael reported that while
at the Esso Service Station, Roe-
buck Stréet he was robbed of
$70 which he had in a wallet in
his pants, He did not recognise
the thief.

BOYS’ CLUBS NEWSLETTER



The Police have just introduced
newsletter for benefit of the
Police Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs in the
island. The object of introducing
the newsletter is to keep the clubs
in the Association well informed
of the activities of all the clubs
and by this way they shall be
brought closer together.

Las: month’s newsletter showed
that during the month no less
than 10 film shows were given at
the various clubs, the programme
including part of the Olympi
games, Skiing and some classical
films.

The three clubs
most initiative
Village, St. Cecilia and
den Village.

that showed
were Charnocks
the Gar-

As regards to sport, the Boys’
Clubs were well represented in
the Amateur Boxing contests
which were held at the Modern
High Schoel. K. Walters of Dis=
trict A. E. Straker, R. Gittens, M
Linton and J. Cutting of Bay
Street all won two fights each.



Mrs. Farquharson
Chairman Western
Guides Committee

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. 8.

Mrs. William Farquharson,
Island Commissioner of Guides
has been appointed Chairman of
he Western Hemisphere Commit-

tee of the World Association of
Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. The
purpose of the Committee is to

encourage and develop the Guide
movement in Canada, U.S.A., Cen-
tral America, South America and
the West Indies, and to assist them
to have their own Executive
‘ouncils and standards approved
by the world Association, The
Committee hopes in the near
future to establish a Cabana to be
used as an International Camp
Similar to the chalet in Switzer-
jand. The new chairman now on
her way back to Jamaica from
England arrives next week.

RATES OF EXCHANGE

OCTOBER. 8, 1952

NEW YORK
72 9/10% pr, Cheques on
* Bankers 71 2 pr
Sight or
Demand Drafts 71 pr
2 9/10 pr. Cable
71 4/10% pr. Currency 69 7/10 % pr
Coupons 69% pr
50% pr Silve 20% pr
CANADA
79 6/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 77 7/10% pr
Demand Drafts 77.55% pr
.. Sight Drafts 77 4/10% pr
79 6/14 pr. Cable
78 1/106 pr. Currency 76 2/10% pr
Coupons 75 5/10% pr
50% pr Silver 20% pr
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Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (W.I.) Ltd
adv se that they can now communicate
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Barbados Coast Station:



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8.8 Pacific Nomad, 8.8. Sunavis,
Heron/Hoze, 8.8 African Moon,
Canadian, Challenger, 8.8 Byron,
Lady Rodney, 8.8. Choluteca, 8.8. Arger
tinayWmds, 8.8 Brazil, 8.® Sapedon
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Manhattan, 5.8. Lady Nelson, 8.8
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With only one ship in the har-
‘our, waterfront workers had an}
almost idle day yesterday, Work |
along the inner Careenage was |
centred on th motor vessel|
Balata which was discharging a}
cargo of pitch pine.

}

The vessel arrived in port two
weeks ago but was in the outer
harbour for » long time awaiting
a suitable berth for unloading its
cargo, It moved into the inner
Careenage on Friday last week
and began to unload its cargo on
the following day, and this work
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Farther down the wharf side,
hands of three schooners, Zita
Wonita, Timothy H. Vansluytman
and Franklyn D. R. were unload-
ing their cargoes of charcoal, fire-
wood and copra These vessels
arrived in port over the week-end,

A few werehouse hands were
employed in loading lighters with
a quantity of molasses. The ves-
sel for this shipment has not yet]
arrived

“SEABREEZE" EXPECTED

THE Saguenay Terminals liner}
S.S. Seabreeze is due to arrive
here on October 10 under captain
Snemyhr.

This vessel is registered inj
Norway, and the local agents here}
are Messrs Plantations Ltd,

Two passengers will be disem-|

barking here, they are Mr. Me
Kenzie, and Mr. Archer, The ship}
brings general cargo including}

1,200 bags of salt, 900 cartons of |
beer, 300 cases bet and 585 cases |

of butter, |
TRAFFIC STUDS

THE Department of Highways!
and Transport are now placing
studs at road junctions thirty
feet away from each corner. |

Yesterday they started this by
working on the junction of Swan
Street, Lucas Street and Prince
William Henry street. |

These studs help traffic officers

when directing traffic and |
also help motorists in turning!
corners, They are not major stops. |

When traffic is approaching
from each of these streets men-|
tioned above, and the Officer
stops a set of them, they should |
not go beyond these studs. More}

of the kind will be placed at other
road junctions during the course
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Carrs Cream Crackers per tin 1.68 1.2
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Quaker Oats 3-Ib. pkt. with Cup & Saucer per pkt. . er
Quaker Oats 3-Ib. pkt. with Glass per pkt. $1. :
Lion Brand White Pepper 4-o0z. tim $1.44 1-oz. tin 4
Lion Brand Black Pepper 4-o0z, tin $1.20 1-oz. tin 4
Denmor Boneless Hams 4-Ib. tin $5.65 2'4-Ib. —
Hunt's Asparagus Tips per tin i -
Palethorpes Beef Sausages per tin 64
Paris Button Mushrooms per tin as
Lustre Creme Shampoo per pot 7
Halo Shampoo large 69 small oe
Drene Shampoo large 90 small re
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE we THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1952

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TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE NOTICE
ae soe gienicedleantnrencete ~—_ aia Sass aceon THE BARBADOS ICE COMPANY “at
JE . . * oem . t ALPHA and LIMITED hae s s
he, ER ates a Ee FOR SALE |SHOP attached. situate at the cornet | NOTICE is hereby given that apptice,| VACANT Fe oe a eer Oe en wea TAX) — INCOME
: a jot WELLI ‘ KWIT ton has been ma > thé ; :
ROUSE—On October 8, 1952. Arnold ee erate eee ae ee ae meena TAX AND DEATH DUTIES DEPARTMENT
Fitzgerald, late hoc aster of eae 1 . | square feet of land [Dermond Proverbs for the tasue of a | '
Shepherd Boy St. James. Th AUTOMOTIVE The — contains dra pay 1 hare uaa tor fve | Shares, Nos. The closing date for submitting applications for the post of . a:
cass m . - < 8, pantry 4 c on 126101 to inchusive, ti e 2th mi m .
Fitts Village, at 4.09 p.m. t ee) io Seatach” ieeeafiens (Oe d : ms Rs Foie, Seek Meee: Se pre wens Bead Inspector (Income Tax), Income Tax and Death Duties Department |
MOSSt.. James: atish CNitereters, [ondition. Mileag ; coe 1 ond usual sonvEntences, MDW | certif pate tsetse the said Maurice|has been extended to 15th November, 1952. :
” : i the +0002 offiee 324 77 Mess v e riety on Proverbs has m lost and not
ae ese a . 9 10.52—2n | 2eStalled | sited with amyone as secufity or 9.10.52—tn.
fis Rouge _ wite) D gees Nigel, ae. Br J ‘ i =<") Inspection on application to Mrs e, and notice is hereby given
ee aoe ee) Olive, seashell mn CHRYSLER ROYAL 199) MODEL CAR, | Miller on the premises, or, Mrs 1. B. | within thirty days from date
we ad, (Br a good tyres and a | t $700.00 | & 5 a ‘osmopoliten auest Ouse, » claim or representation in re- S "
ter Mr ssa Sampeaee © 10'52—1n, |Courtesy Gare ~e D ae Street, dial ae pe t of such original certificate is made ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE @
Paes t 3.1.52—6n, | - pe a pe a . be set 1 oe }te the Directors they will then proceed J 4
WALDOST Florence F Wolcott nl _CAaR—One by -Dhryeler 4 Jeon) | James Street Bridgetow ° on Thursda rises wih se epg te 4 Two male Steno Typists required |
er th, 1852, The tune elcnes,| Pid Drive Automatic ‘Ge : rfect | 2th Ovte ies 2 Pim over By order of the Board of Directors Age: 19 to 28 years. | In the tropics, *
cree cy (oe8 das far | conditio Tyres practica “ | pf OOD & BOYCE T. NOEL, PEIRCE, ; . rf
Christ Church at cemetery. Friends|to Mr. 1 Sydmey Kinch ot 1.10 ,62— Secretar y Height 5 feet 9 inches. millions of pounds are
are invited ete cn | I will offer for s by Public Com- eae Education: Secondary School d
St ford V M nw ilbert and : on 4 D a ao : :
Stanford, Evelyn, Mark, Wilbert 2nd] “TRUCK —One 1946 5 ton Austin Truck, | Petition at my offices VICTORIA SACO | NOTICE Must be good typists with 80 words per minute shorthand. wasted each year through the
; a ne ” mile . 4 dade lon FRIDA 10th at 2 r a i ; 5 rn ‘ .
i 9.10 in. | one 16,800 miles, ¢ 1 order. Apply | Om FRIDAY SON ROAD NAVY GAR- | PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH Applicants will be interviewed at District “A” at 10 a.m. on the damage caused by White Ants. No d
: ; tanaper Anse ; I vor eA y ; unprotecte:
1EM ORIAM ep) 10.5250} 7320 SQUARE FEET with wide | Pe = a oe for a 14th October. timber Is safe f h f
I / ' 2 | Annuity, wi receive vy un- er is safe from the rav: insects.
HAYNES In lovin more Of our eer! LIVESTOCK | £ arcels of land at BEI MONT Dis- Gorviqned pth late than Saturday, the R, T. MICHELIN, p ages of in , from rot or decay.
ther W red H ho departe - ad | TRICT adjoinin the GOVERNMENT a) er, . Sack :
motner Winifred Haynes who gepar rises be CE OB tg eggs | Applicants must be Widows (white)| 1116 Head oe Commissioner of Police. rotect your timber the safe way by using Solignum Wood
May she st in pea e "IES *ure Bred Bul cellent buil site Immediate posses sarishioners an in straiten cireum- ce eadquarters,
cory sie, Fest, IM POMC | morencs | one male and one femal sent building site. | Immediate posses. | res ces pints oan , Preservative, applied easily and cheaply by an ordinary paint
, ne isisters 9.10.52—1 3 condition { sale sly R. ARCHER M . 4 ’
= oe aid bea aireliion \ENZIE. Dial 27, Victoria Street Clerk, St. Joseph's as 8.10.52. 9.10.52—2n brush, spray-gun or dipping. Solignum
~_wen > Street 5.10. 52—4n 4.10. ri .
ANNOUNCEMENTS| ,....MECHANICAL [Swen Cee Bl cece Ainnnpnah cee dena tration Euaily attached 1a ee dwellinghouse NOTICE fi f
iar. (FAMILY ying a -, ind inflates tyres in quick-time. Courtesy | standing on rented and, ak career gt pd hereby given that all persons bevieg NOTICE forms of insect attack. Buy only
. 3 years’ re . ; S oak on 5S Ls 3ARRISON RF ecting
NT etek Gakey aed Medes mettre ananieeentensiecergeaoees | a wee emaneen, St, Semen wey, cent Ernest Cartule wields, late of ee. genuine Solignum, used the world over
maker. Free after October 16th, Work | AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT "| to the Public Trustee, Public Buildings, | Belteville in the parish of Saint Michael, satis
required vicinity St. Matthias Gap | cluding Grass oe oanY cere crop | Btidaetown as sisi sca, { 02, died tn this. Island on the fin dav The Decorations and Illuminations Committee for the Coronation
Tast s. Telephone 2961. 8—10 i orm Saggag i aibaw he house and its appurtenances wi 4 aby » 5 . y
— 5 On | oe Siearunatane, casa Lacters: Fertiiner {De ant Up Sot gale by puble eesnpediies ot reed ta: endl tm partioniory of ett ore aaa — —_— have been informed by the Manager of
4 rag? a ney ertilizer | a+ cur office, James Street, Bridgetown " , Bar jos Electric Cor a
ee SipRARY at : | distributors, Harrows, ploukhs a several |, “Thursday, 98th October 1952, at claims Ce et ne fo getatenea pecan Aa orporation, Limited, that their corhpany
Hastings, (Opp. Pavilion Court), ering | pial 4616 yy _ \! Hpm a Estate of the said Ernest Carlisle Fields, an amount not exceeding 500 Kilowatts for
latest books on Divine Healing, Sciences ia YEARWOOD & nov an. 1&2, Messrs Hutchinson € Banfield, at| the purpose of illuminations next June,
of Mind and T? Paycholog) leigt le i. | their office at James Street, Bridgetown, 7
Unity, Divine Scier irs, 3. Je | “mowed et eee on or before the 15th day of November, | |, a eae oe ace rou of a new Generating Set
Weatherhead, >. 10 | H sa _ goin once THE | joo. after which date I shall proceed to | Carly next mon’ and al uy t is impossible t oca -
Maillard, H Sai E | JANETTA DRESS SHOP. For terms | qistribute the assets of the said estate| rent at the : gh . le © all te any cur
Neville Goddard ¢ modes and other jand conditions apply to Cottle, Catford | anong the parties catitied thereto having a present time, they are willing to utilise this set for Mlumin- Apply to W. B. HUTCHINSON & CO
mastets, Drop Mond: ind Thursdays |for children and SPECIAL | & Co eh 5 § ™ |yegerd to the debts and claims onty of ation pu r ;
from 4-6 p.m. for inspirational contacts. |CASH PRICES. Courtesy Garage. Dio |THE BOWER — a bungalow-tyre| which I shall then have had notice and A parade during Coronation week, z °
8.10.52-—2n | 4391 3.10. 52—6 dwellinghouse situate at The Garrison, | that } shall not be liable for assets so dis- requested that all applications for a si ly for illumination P.O. BOX 265 BRIDGETOWN
eS n.|{Nhding on 7,444 square feet of land.|¢rimuted to any person of whose debt or| pumposes should be sent to th:
FOR RENT CANE CARTS Imported allicetecl six. | 204, Comprains two verandals, (Wo claim 1 sual Get have Rae. uouce < the | G, 9s the office of the Barbados Electric Supply For Details and Local Stockists
4 ie Deslaned cepectatly fon iseak can. (ee ns, two bedrooms, usual con-| time of such distribution ‘orporation, Ltd., not later than 31st October, stating the actual
cor. hi t F ig a
ih ence teem ditions. Courtesy Garage, Dial 486 | venienc lichen &&c., garage, servants’| And all persons indebied to the said| wattage required Sole Manufacturers: SOLIGNUM LTD - 30 NORFOLK STREET - LONDON, W.C.2
HOUSES 3 10 s2-6n |Tooms, and enclosed garden. Electricity estate are requested to settle their
one exten sritsiaiinitaltaasitelcniiieiaggaaitain and Government | water installed sccounts without delay Any acceptance for applica
d ; Pp" Pp) ons for a supply outsieie the city of
Se ~ TY GRASS MOWERS Tractoi ,| Inspection by appointment with Mr Dated this Lith day of September 1952. | Brig. er =
eave AEROS I (1 Three! orawn, 5 cutting bar, Courtess me | St. Clair Hunte — Dial 3229 VIOLA E. FIELDS getown will depend on whether the distributing mains in the SHIPP
roomed c oor One ) ne se . ony . yw e se sal " : :
Bedroom. Basement. App!y to Mr B.C. | Diet 4616. 3.10.52—6n un edie ontamatitlon a Oe Qualisied Administra trie = district are capable of carrying the additional load.
Field, Dial 4285 ms 9.10 se—4n! Siivertr a G os Sypewthers. Avall-| James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, ancuaned. The mercantile community are respectfully asked to co-operate.
ILFRACOMPBE-ON-SEA, Maxwell Coast able. from Stock in various carriage |} October, YEARWOOD & " Borcs 12.9.52—4n. cm *
d s a - - . i a
Bxnelient sea Bathing, fully furnished ) Widths Base oY } tenement ae ae H. G. WEEKES,
fridge, telephone and radio, 4 bedrooms, ut <= p5e0.t0 | NOTICE NOTICE Secretary , The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
2 baths, Parlour and dining reoms usual 107 $325 0 > 4 . ’ Hl E POTATCES eecept Cargo and Passengers for
offices,’ Electric and water installed. |, a a, ' 7 Barbados Telephone Shares te Estate of ‘ Decorations & Illuminations Committee. Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Phone 825% it'0.52-¢. # n.] Enquiries to S. P, Musson, Son & Co.,/ 10 West India Biscuit Co. Limited PHYLLIS TRENE WILSON Nevis and St. Kitts and Passen-
aes ——— | ltd. Dial 3713. Shares i deceased 5.10.52—3n 10c. per lb gers only for St. Lucia, Sailing
OFPECE at Prince William tent “trom | 00.9.00—4.00.| 190 Bartndes Shipping & ‘Trading Co. NOTICE 36 MER RS Oey et on Saturday 1th inst
over Lashley Ltd Available fror et eaten, | anda , Shares rs persons having any debts or claim upon} ..
Novetiber ist. Apply 7 ts, EQUIPME Tractor| 100 Barbados Co-operative Cotton Fac-| or affecting the estate of Phyllis Irene eo SSOOSOSSIPSOOON SOSSSSSTOCOPO99IS99SS: , a ae te Ly
Phone 5100 ’ applying killers, in tory Ltd. Shares Wilson late of Crane Road in the parish ~ % wee aoe” wie
zo i ands fungicides, Courtesy | 300 Barbados Fire Insurance Shares A al * To sell you . cept Cargo and Passengers for
. A X et Saint Philip who died in this Island your xs s
T Top Fiat, Bayswater 1 4616 3.10,.52—6n The abovementioned shares wl! be set . 2 , . ? Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
TOP FLAT Pe aa ui shaendonttoeolade wp for sae at Public Auction on Friday, | re the 26th day of August 1952 are hereby | 4 % 16c. per lb Nevis and St. Kitts, and Passen-
Deacons Road, Dial 8559 5.10.52 | TRACTORS: FERGUSON AND MAS 1 up ter october, 1868 at 8 Pl, Bt lctsine duly on ee erciorey % PROPERTY quickly consult: > , gers only for St, Lucia, Sailing
ee ee TeS \SEY-HARRIS, available with wheels| Cc: te & Seal Luca Street a keh "Dp, Lee > ' 8 x * Friday 17th inst
MISCELLANEOUS \iPneumatic or steel). halfttrecks’ full-| Bridgetown.” | "'§.10.88--4n: | Sarmes Street, Beaduevown, See ie CECIL JEMMOTT z At
- a é \ivack and many other attachments. | _._£-._._._........ wre . 6 : ‘ MOONER OWNERS’
TYPEWRITE Standard and Port- | Your enquiries solicited. Courtesy Garage. | the 15th day of October 1952 after which x 48 Tudor St 1 N 11 s S B.WA. somo00 o
able. Phone 8169 5 10 52-—2n. | Dial 4616 3.10.52-6n | AUCTION date We. shall peopeed to cistripue the . Phone 4563 $ Oo. wan Street. ASSOCIATION (INC.)
(SST! | —WooDEN FRAME — Pagle Hall, tor. assets of the estate Among Ne PN, | 2 SOCTOCS S551 HO SFO OOT SOTO SO OSOEIUSO 7.10.52—6n Consignee, Tele, No, 4047
POULTRY Dr. Manning) Thursday 9th at 1 p,m. |#nd claims only of which We shall then) - peneee f
DENTAL NOTICE POULTRY—24 New Hampshire \ Wooden Frame 18 x 10 x 6 to be removed, } have had notice, and want wre shall not | (Aooor PSCC LOD LEFF SEELOS COOP PLO
|Apply Nick Parravicino. Pt » 839% Te - n! . . be liable for assets so distribute any |», \
i > c urravicin pote. re Terms Cash. R. Archer Mc Pee gn. | person whose debt or claim We shall not ¢ FOR COOKING COMFORT TRY THE %
Sn. | Nave bad notice at the time of such dis-| *DEMOND OI STOVE” 3
— | - tribution % 7 s
inn il he: dened er MISCELLANEOUS | JNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | pated this sth, day. of mnber, 1952 | ¥e NO SMOKE, NO FUMES $
, » closec / MUS ne pounc equals 640} . . ee . . LEE >
My office Wl pe C10 : eplions liquid manure Tested Snatts ia aS wiht ocr. ore a RY URSULA .WILKTE. > Burns unattended for 9 hours on one pint oil. %,
from MONDAY 18th Cires: andl. trees, Avectde Pears, Avi-|cenioe 160; at tkesere. Genanal Mots 9 9.52—4n | \ Obtainable in one and two burners from : ¥
ont Se eienen ae ate pene sae, Loe h, at Messrs, General Motor . HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES. 48 TUDOR STREET. PHONE 4563. . ;
and- re-opens On 27th (Ho iree to your addrers. Send P/U | tGounigyman) Damaged in’ accident, 3 PAGES SAS
: 2 . oy ." (Countryman) amaged in accident OSSSOs From Montreal, Halifax < i Sai
mr ‘cheque to Noel Roach & Sons, {Terms C hate : SESLOSSSO FO VOOSOGOOCSG OGG real, Halifax and. Saint John
inst. speightstown " 0 10. 52 Th {Terms Cash. Sale at i p.m. Rolex Watches eS -
: SDA uh, noe VINCENT GRIFFITH, LOUIS L. BAYLEY Expected Arrival
igi * FIRE-WOOD—A quantity of wood cut 50a 4 Bolton Lane yea Montreal Halifax St. John Dates Barbados
E. F. L. MORRIS. from large trees, suitable as fuel. Dial aape-on. 8.8. “SUNPRINCE” . .. 25 Sept. 30 Sept. — 16 October
8108 8.10.52—4n ao Neon or ; ‘ So SCE '18-Oet 1 November
ce caenlehlatin iferrwe ieee inrettiaisateanmmnnsrdamiaerle fe ys 23 Oct 28 Oct _ 16 November
8.10.52—2n. LIPTON'’S TEA, obtainable from 8. ‘A VESSEL’ : 6 Nov 11 Nov -- 30 November
good grocers, is not only the best you
=lican buy, but it is also the most profi 4 OF U.K. SERVICE
—_———__ eres | ae by reason of the wide range of XAMPLE ~ . ser °
Vaal seeeae eee ata lat elem aes ies © ANOTHER SHINING EF t From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
hat part of the label representing the 5
ife's he : Rapect
The Housew weight. See them in the show casos se shiastieh ivedik: Saliba SW Cubsuaiteee = tetas eae bnaee:

$.s. “SEABRERZE? 11 Sept. 12 Sept. Sey 7
¢ .*: seen EZE pi 1D 18 Sept. 23 Sept. 8 October.

EILERS” — Mid Oet. Late Oct, Mid Novembe:
8s.s. “STUGARD" Early Noy Mid Nov. Mid Nov. End December

U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE

Al habet at the B'dos Aquatle Clab or John 1
Pp | Hutson, Limited, Agents 9.10. 52—2n
i
STAMPS AND ALBUMS Mint and
Used B.W.1 stamps Gibbons Exeter
Albums, peg-fitting, with or without i

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ou should ¢ all at } Dial 8542 before 8.30 a.m, or after 4.30 From Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam and London
our Gas Showroom p.m 9.10, 52- Bay St. _—$—_————————————————— Expected Arrival
ou : are always | SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily Telegraph, Remvers. Asirmann Beteetem late Dates Barbados
are Vs | aera landing Dally Newspaper Tow 8s. ‘SPURT” .. 9 Oct, 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct 8 November
welcome. | arriving in Barbados by Air only a few ee ee 1. °° Barly Nov. Barly Nov. Mid Nov. Mid Nov. Early December
days after publication in London, Contact 8.8. “FEGGEN Early Dec. Early Dec. Mid Dee, Mid Dec. Barly January
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kill weeds One pound of weed killer |
2% ions of water will rid lawns
ind ga n paths of weeds. Price $2.0
Ib. at Roach’s Drug Stores, Speightstown
9,10.52—1n







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fragrance in every room where
this S-M-O-O-T-H Paste
cleanser is used. Pots, Pans,
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respond quickly to its treat-
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fol/ beautiful design. 22 ft waterline. 8% ft
seam. 4 ft. draught. A sound ship. Oriel
Gill, Rediffusion, or Dial 91-14,
oug Mu 8.10.52—2n
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The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife MARJORIE
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you. of their superior igned by me Tr Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and J ca.
quality. OA TAaaT Cabs S.S. “DE GRASSE”. Sailing October 15th, 1952, Calling at
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BARBADOS ving Fee ln tee WING) €9 1 do ISTEMPER S.S. “COLOMBIE”, Sailing October 5th, 1952, Calling at
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nyone else contracting any debt or debts Le Havre.
n my name unless by a written order “ y + Pr
a ‘ e gow® * $.S. “DE GRASSE”, Sailing October 28th, 1952, Calling at
BAKERIES LTD I] une? Pe ceRALD KNIGHT Ce WATER PAINT LOWEST FARES Southampton and Le Havre.
“airfleld Roac
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9.10.52

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CLERK P' for our Workshop,
ommencing salary $80.00 per month
Ap..y in person with written application
tween the hours of 2+ 83 p.m. toc. A
tock Dowding Estates & trading Co
td Eckstein Brothers, Bay Street.’

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ALCOAPURITAN Oct. 15th Oct. 19th Oct, 30th
KIM ~~ Qet. 28th Nov. Ist Noy. 12th
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PAGE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Barbados Win Second

TRINIDAD STILL AHEAD
IN TOTAL POINTS

THE BARBADOS Tornado Team took first and second
places in the second race of the series against the ‘Trinidad
team which was held in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon.

Barbados scored 19 1/2 points to Trinidad 17, This

EIGHT









fornado Race

POOLS Mr. 1-2-X has spread wide

his financial net ... to luxury hotels, to stores,
to factories... and they all make more money

means that in the total so far Trinidad is leading by one

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9,

If you have discomfort
QALOP CALING «eres move oan nen

that the acid balance of your stomach is upset. Over acidity causes

1952



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can with * Dolsa’. Dolsa swiftly reaches all the surfaces of the stomach
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|
mt ad 2k 9 ants . On 9 ;
Pont. Trinidad 36, 1/2, BAe Bar bados 35 J th »- third nd, in Litthewoods Pools is handed, mate knowledge of Littlewoods’ in their own factories and kept! j
Teddy Hoad, veteran yachts- Street mark, aoe feney a ehird besides his cheque, a blue and affairs arsurea me receatly that. the manufacturing profits in the| }
man and local Tornad re eee TIS oan s CORES se ee white booklet entitled “Safe In- Jo li “ig one of the p family too. B 1 = |
COREY ESE: 10 EEC > a Place 4 D < o inal vestment.” ten most brilliant business brains Then came _ the Littlewoods eS | A 4
and he was followed | by _ ivan By this time Hoad Was_over @ “omits outlines the basic princi- in Britain.’ chain stores, also supplied by the| Hi
Perkins in “Edril” TK 35. Roddy minute ahead of ‘Perkins, and the ples of investment. explains — the Moores’s associates, bewildered femily factories, ' a . a ih |
Bynoe, in TK 47 secured third ordé r rounding we Western mark intricacies of stocks and shares, by his versatility in the com- In the war Littlewoods worked
place for Trinidad, this the final lap, was as fol- ond offers valuable tips on how mercial field, agree, on Government munitions’ con- BECAUSE UPON THE CONDITION |
The race which was_ sailed lows: TK 40 (B), TK 35 (B), t buy a house and starc a They are fascinated at his tracts. Besides millions of shells OF THE KIDNEYS RESTS HEALTH
North about started in a moder- TX 37 (T), TK 45 (T), TK 47 (T) business. dexterity in paying out thousands end parachutes, their factories HAPPINESS ~ LIFE ITSELF. /
ate : easterly wind and TK THR 38 (B), TK 36 (B) and TK “‘pyolaining this product of the with one hand and col’ecting turned out 750 bomber frames,
37, inidad boat, the jump. 48 (T). firm’s After-Service Departynent. handsomely with the other. 25,000 vehicles, 20,000 balloons; |
. key’ ers, who won Here bad luck overtook John = Littlew ods official says: “A 50,000 dinghies. | EVERY EXPERIENCED DOCTOR 5
a : ‘ Ri: TI at oe ‘ , . IN MAKING A DIAGNOS!S
he { r or Trinidad was Biadon in TK 38. His main sheet ¢o5) and his moncy are soon £ 3,000,000 Costs |
. ner am . on ‘i ; = . é : Chai Of H 1 MUST FIRST FIND OUT THE
last cf the mark in TK 45. broke, and while he was trying parted, So we try to ensure that : ate otels CONDITION OF THE KIDNEYS
The Barbados TK 35 skippered to fix it back TK 36 and TK 48 oy: successful clients are not In addiion to their cut for com- is { ,
by Perkins sailed past TK 37 on passed him. These two boats, the foolish: that their money remains mission, Littlewvods deduct from , See the ar the Moores have}
the run to ‘ae Bay Street mark, one skippered by Tom Wilkinson theirs, working for them the year’s £25,000,000 — pocls acquired a chain ee in this FOR IF THE KIDNEYS ARE
and the yach!s rounded it mark and the cther by Roger Hartley, This is no idle advice, It is stake money more than £3,000, onion, one sees in Bermuda, FAILING IN THEIR IMPORTANT |
in this order: TK (B), TK 47 although always in the rear had precisely the principle on which 000 for overhead costs, Ww it a ‘ i ia DUTY OF REMOVING EXCESS
(1), “tee -ae.(B), TR 45 (T), a keen fight ‘San any of the the pools promoters have de- The bulk of this goes in wages Mr Raskaetes os ve ae wv NY y ACIDS AND POISONOUS
TK 48 (T), TK 40 (B), TK 37 (T) others. veloped their own fantastic and postal charges and about folte eae ya Lite ae oe et as) KGS M@ WASTES FROM THE BLOOD—
and TK 38 (B) By new Hoad was a certain fortunes £500,000 as office expenses, er e Litewooos pattern. Le THEN WE ARE POWERLESS
and ’ sy. “ : ‘ hyd here a » of He, too, has made fortunes out of .
On . t . stern WV hough Per “s It is interesting how, some of : TO PREVENT SICKNESS.
On the quarter to the Western winner, although Perkins caught at half ili travels around Vernons mail order stores
mark, Hoad and Perkins went to up cn him a bit at the beat to the Plan Has Worked oa gl PR re. varnily end Vernon industries. He also
the Windward of the anchored Beagl or ce “ «has chains of hotels, EVEN INSURANCE COM-
7. } pocket "
teamer, while the other yacht The povition rounding the For 20 years the Moores broth- : Genes WONT INSURE A
went to Leeward Positions beagl as fe TK 40 (B), ers have made certain that the As pools promoters the Moores Last April the official return RSON WHOSE KIDNEYS
changed a great deal on this leg, TK Bb), TK 37 (T). TK 45 fortunes they have made out of Senthiee open vast sums on ad- Ci — Littlewoods Pools gave the SRE NOT BIGHT <-
and when the Westernymark was (T), TK 47 (T) TK (B), TK pools “remain theirs, working vertising. capital at £372,864, of which
rounded Perkins in TK 35 was 4- ( i TK for them.”

Barbados fcllowed by
‘Teddy. Hoad, while Roddy Bynoe
was third for Trinidad.

Perkins went a bit too far south
at first om the beat, and Hoad on
the starboard tack soon took the
lead from him. When they round-
ed the Beagle. Hoad was first,
followed by Pe: -ins, and “Turkey”
Mayers after some skilful sailing
was in third place.

leading for













evor, the 7 lidad skipper
“Turkey’’ Mayers ‘d back, let-
iils flap, waiting to try
Tom Wilkinson in TK



t iinder

The other Trinidad boat TK 37



lid likewise. But their efforts
failed, and Tom Wilkinson came
in sixth, beating his Trinidad
rival Hartley In the meantime

Roddy Bynoe had sailed in third,









There was no change on the leg @fter Hoad and_ Perkins.
to the marking, and indeed the The final position was: TK 40
three yachts TK 40 (B), TK 35 {B), TK 35 (B), TK 47 (T), TK
{B) and TK 45 remained in that 37 (T), TK 45 (T), TK 36 (B),
order until they rounded the Bay TK 48 (T), and TK 38 (B).
TIMES
~ oo 2 2
5 e : » *
= sa gy B24 ah ‘ s a3
» ee. = = TS S a <5
2” 27 3 > 2 a ste
5 & 2 te & ore
T.K. 35 Eagil B 23 2 7 12
TOK, o@) Pury B 6 3 0
T.K. 38 (Thunder B 8 3
¢.K. 40 Vamoose B ! 8% 14%
1.K. 37 Tempest T 4 5 9
T.K. 45 rT 5 45. tat
PK. 4? T 3 6 is
TK. 48 Kipper = 7 2 2
Trinidad 361/2 points. Barbados 35 1/2 points

Fastest lap T/K 40 Vamoose

Basketball:





23.08 and fastest lap to date

T’dad Beat Island 40-18

Carib Bears, a Trinidad Basket-
Ball team defeated the all Barba-
dos Five 40 points to 18 when the
first colony game was played at
the Y.M.P.C, ground last night.
This puts Trinidad two matches
to nil, they having previously de-
feated the combined Carlton
Harrison Colege Old Boys’ Five.

There was again another large



crowd present, that witnessed a
keenly contested and fast game
by the visitors who again stole

the show. For Trinidad C. Clarke
J. Burrell scored’ 10 each and N
Pierre (8) Gittens scored 7 and
Quintyne 6 for Barbaclos,

A minute after the game start-
ed, Barbados were awarded a
free throw, but gained nothing by
it. The Barbados team started
off attacking but seemed over
eager when it came to scoring. One
got the feeling at this early stage
that they would be able to cope
with the visitors.

Two minutes after start of play,
Trinidad’s Lance Lashley received
when not closely marked,
scored the first for the night
Trinidad gained another two
points a minute later when Clarke
managed to score an easy goal.
Barbados gained their first point
through a free throw.

The first pause for a consulta-
tion came about four minutes after
the game began. Shortly afte; the
zyame recommenced, Hislop, the



Trinidad captain carried the
[rinidad score to six with a
traceful, well-judged shot from
a long distance,

Clifford Gittens of Barbados
gained loud applause when he
scored a swift shot from mid-

fleld when closely hemmed in.

Barbados maintained a defen-
sive way of playing but lost any-
thing to be gained from this by
imaaccurete attempts, the chiet
offender being Pirates’ Forde wh«
threw away many a good oppor-
tunity, and did much fumbling
otherwis2, At the end of the first
quarter Trinidad were eight points
ind Barbados six,

Next quarter Trinidad
a faster game. The
players showed an ability to
cope with this, but the obvious
difference in the playing was that

played
Barbados





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the. Trinidadians were more
accurate and the Barbados play-
rs more often than not fidgetcd
when in possession of the ball
and about to score. The Trinidad
coach, Jim Burrell played a more
robust game in this quarter, too,
and put himself quite in the way
of the Barbados players. This
quarter ended 20—7, Trinidad
leading,

‘The third quarter found Trini-
dad very confident, and they
showed more skill in passing and
playing generally. It still, how-
ever, was not a run through for
them, but they seldom lost an
oppcertunity the Barbados
players did, and took full
advantage of the occasional lapse
in the Barbados attack,

The Trinidad team combined
we'll. While the Barbados team
made a fair attempt at combina-
tion, they sevmed to lack the
co-ordination of players who
knew their fellow players tnor-
oughly and jumbled at times
Y.M.P.C.’s Edghill and Pirates”
Gittens were easily the outstand-
ing players for Barbados.

With Trinidad 32 and Barbados
12, Trinidad’s Burrell ended the
third quarter with a threat for
the type of playing in the last
quarttr—“Ball freezing.”

At the beginning of the last
quarter Trinidad played a normal
game and gained a few more
points but as this quarter got
half way, they started to “fr uze
the ball. At one stage the Bar-
bados team actually grouped
together with arms outstretched
over cach other's shoulder and
watched.

The game again





took a normal

turn about the closing stages
and ended 4018, Trinidad
winning ,

The teams were: Trinidad

C. Stephenson (10), C. Clarke (7),

J. Burrell (17), D. Martin (30)
N. Pierre (15), C. Bethelmy (40)
L. Lashley (44), and A. Hislop
(33) Capt.

Barbados L. Alleyne, R

Gibson, H. Eastmond, G. Emtage
(College); Gittens, Quintyne
Fo.de (Pirates); “Brickie”’ Lucas

(Carlton); Goddard and Edghil!
(Y.M.P.C.); Algy Symmonds the
Barbados Captain was indisposed
but acted as coach



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Every winner of a big prize

The plan has worked so well
tha if football coupons were
declared illegal tomorrow money
would continue to pour in from a
wide group of independent indus-
tries founded on pools profits,

And not a penny would leave

the family, for all are private
companies whose shares are not
for sale.

Since 1932 the pools’ kings
have extended their interests
far beyond football betting into
the realms of chain _ stores,
clothing and furniture factories,
munitions, and a host of other
branches of orthodox commerce.

Briiiiant Brain

Like his father and Uncle Cecil,
23-year-old John Moores jun, js
a director of about two dozen
family companies ranging from
warehouses to hotels, parachute
manufacture to quilts,

Evidently John Moores, the
millionaire pools promoter, is as
keen on profitable sidelines as
was John Moores the modestly
paid telegraphist uf 30 years ago.



NO ONE WANTS
TO BOX THIS
13-st. BOY

FRED CLARKE, a _ 13-stone
British Railways apprentice, is
causing police-sergeant 8S. SUT-
CLIFFE, of Ipswich, a lot of
trouble.

Sergeant Sutcliffe is the or-
ganiser of Ipswich Lads’ Boxing
Club and Clarke is one of his
brightest hopes with one
“national” tite — the British
Railways junior cruiser-weight,
which he won by virtue of a
first round knock-out last year
when he was 15—to his credit.

Trouble is that East Anglia
has run out of opponents for this
hefty youngster.

Sergeant Sutcliffe told me to-
day: “During the last year I have
scoured East Anglia without
succes; to find him opponents.
Now | have issued a_ challenge,
om behalf of Clarke, to any
youngster in the same _ weight
class in the country.

Un'ess someone
\jnooks as though
inactive another
‘an qualify for

accepts — it
he must remain
year before he
senior bouts.”

Casuaity Lists

THE soccer se2dson is only a
month old yet many clubs already
lave lengthy casualty lists,

Guton have 10 playérs injured
~ quite a problem when they
had a reserve game recently and
a league match at Swansea the
next day. At Aldershot — they
had nine men out of action
manager GURDON CLARK hav-
ing to delay team selection for the
.cserve matca against Bristol
Rovers (at home), and the League
match at Millwail, until late the
fame afternoon,

The Funny Side

FULHAM must ike their
sport with a touch of humour.
TOMMY TRINDER is a director

of Fulham FC. Now his fellow
comedian, NORMAN WISDOM,
has become a_ vice-president of
Fulham Amateur Boxing Club.

Wisdom should be quite at
heme. He was a more than useful





fly-weight before he went into
show business. —L.E.S.
By Jimmy Hatlo |












OH, YOURE HOME,ARE YouP
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An accountant with an inti- The Moores made the goods



As directors of J, and c, John and Cecil Moores each held
Meores (Publicity) Ltd., London, ene share. The remainder were
they control the contracts, in the name of Victoria Street
s Nominees Ltd. Liverpool. |

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The pools brothers also haye This is a _ special company If you don’t feel well look first to
a gigantic bill to meet for the formed to hold shares for people {§ your kidneys. Backache, headaches,

printing of millions
coupons every wevk,

As bosses of J. and C, Moores,
Ltd., printers, Liverpool, they do
the job and_ keep the profits in
the family.

of football who do not wish their scent

to be revealed,
LES.



But biggest of the Moores .
family interests outside football Ol mpic Gold
pools is Littlewoods Mail Order J iP

stcres, Ltd., whosé capital has
increased since 1932 from £20,100
to £1,649,000,

1s. A Week Clubs

Ry popularising “1s, a week
clubs” throughout the country
and supplying a variety of popu-
lar goods — clothing, furniture,
toys—by post, this venture has
made huge profits. Keystone of its
success was, of course, the pools
huge mailing list of betting

Medallists To
Run In Jamaica

_ > (From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J'’ca., Oct. 8.
Jamaica’s world Olympic 1,600

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cay.

Hand - in - glove, Littlewoods ‘Top U.S. athletes invited are
pools and Littlewoods mail order Mal Whitfield, Harrison Dillard,
stores progressed together, the Andy Stanfield, Lindy Remigino,
circulars of each publicising the Roggie Pearman and Mike Camp-
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Overheard around a din-
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* * *
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- ‘ we ie bis Advocate about the auc-
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ho MI eg | ing ag Neots Scott will be conducting

at the
Bay

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next?

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% Second guest: Yes! I have
¢* seen it and I understand
% that the Guy Truck is a
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$ and durable, and can car-
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% that I will buy it and re-
* place one of the old ones
| crop. *
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Third guest: I also have
been thinking that I would
like one of the Lioyd’s
give fifty-four miles to
g the gallon, and one would
sending
x school,
*
%,
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the children to

with that for the coming

Cars. I am told that they

~ really solve the problem of
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Fourth guest: I have also

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wine would be vood for

thinking



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I MSI ml I IIARRAIMtS ADVOCATE TIIIT.SH n oi nun i: '< Mil BARBADOS^ AD\HCATE r..Y _i ii r v Thiir-rfa). OcMMl . l*H POI Ml OF I I I Ml NO •"' will IM* surprise! I i M .1 party ol Hntish Induftti vkM Barbados at Uw Invitation <>f the I < ors have been coning to Barbados to advise on all Bftf1 many : %  %  .is a result „( thi would appear to be doi rhaps in Ihe increase of d disillusionment which normally follows such \ i n | l.een much talk ol industrialisation in the Bi.' Caribbean and in Trinidad. Jamaica, and Briti %  has been made with the development of other industi; Even in Barbados there has been some ik-vclopnunt of small industries and the %  well ought to b oomptetad before the i Bui aHbOUgh induatoialisatb u\.<* << new faith n In panaceas, the attitude ol the Barbadian government with regard to i apita. investment remains shrouded In 'TV. Opinion is divided as to the wisdom or folly of building a deep-water harbour because local capitalists have little confidence In the intention* ol lha local emment and are afraid to tiff up large ol monay which could be profitably invested elsewhere. On the other hand all xinprejudiced observers agree that without a deep water harbour talk of industrialisation will n* irto aetloo While no progress is being made with the propoM'i daap iratar harbour, in1 ihown ;i remarkable lack c.f undantanding "f lha difticuines winch prevent the Barbados Blactrtclty Supply Corporation from erecting %  new house and matalllng steam turbines. Yet irary lower inst school boy knows that electricity turns the wheels ol industry and that without an up-to-dat t.actricity ganarating plant all Mhami industrial development anpred. si ined 1. failure. The govarnmanti II li tiue, baa nol baan helped to adopt I sensible policy towards the electricity corpotatlorj by thoaa shortsighted persons in private and public life who were so anxious to tin'' faulta" with Ihe local company that they failed to understand how vital it is for the island to nava %  I 10 lai n tv i ti %  ': %  supply In the shortest possible time. It is quite beyond the comprehension Ol normal men to understand how %  government which passes pioneer industry legislation and which invites distinguished British industrialists to its shores can cold-shoulder the genuine efforts of the l--.le t Viciu SuppU Co |i .ration to give Barbados an electricity Ripply ten without which no Industrial development can take place. Few peraoni In Barbadoi reali— how much the confidence of British investors was shattered by ihe i'ersianisation of the AQglo-Iranian oiliields or how much damage was done to the Barbadian reputation for (airplay by the government's decision to allow an American oil company to compete with %  long attabUahad British oil company in drilling for Barbadian oil. However within its rights the government of Barbadoi may have been in takin. action winch resulted in British Union withdrawing from drilling for oil in Barbados, in London that action has caused %  ors to think srver.il lin.i's befOkJI venting in the island And this shyness of the London investor comes at a time the economists of the United Kingdom are emphasising that the British I' monwealth must increasingly rely OD American capital for development. It is worse than stupid to blame the Barbados Klectricity Supply Corporation for the reluctance of the British investor to subscribe capital for investment in Barbados at a time when British investment policy is no longer adventurous. However much the government of Barbados might consider British reluctance n) I n vent Ui this island as misplaced they cannot force Britons to Invest in an island In which th*y have lost confidence. The ol the Barbados government is to woo capital into this island, especially from the •ed Kingdom if it can; it will only woo capita] if it offers incentives which arc QUate to break down existing suspicions and fears. To stick out, like Shyh>ck. for a pound of flesh when the economic heart of the island is already flutti to a standstill through wanl of %  m electricity system will cos: dearly invite industrial). thotll electricity no industrial.; a waste of .tCPUDL.CAN CONVtNViQN Hot until uf Mt liou> you AmtfM.imfi* op Tli£ \rvci *i Chtr.-^* RELATED EVENTS A Visitor In Mew York of attacks, but the tel] decreasing. 1 %  mmmm hat war i* madnes.. Neverthet%\ Ifc-ilg-lM-v .VIIIIII r nw mornlntH ago by a Email news ,,>„, %  because one (rf UN luiigest A new edition, or rather, transVlatod th.il lha Army had m, na n th o Eisenhower camp l.itiun of the Bible, has just come rivalled %  > number nf men who waa trained on conuptK.n and off the Press. It has been the had been previously turned down graft tn lne present Adminislrawork of scholars for over the last lecausc Uv % hud art bi : "Clean up the Mess" Is one ten years, and one of the objects I..IV n,ark rntotalb No* ,, thi bgttla ilosjBni. 1 So what has been to bring Ihe language •xamlnM and found happened! In one of the biggest up-to-date, without destroying the • Al. rill .-, of the literature which has Unfit one day, ti' tht uvw. lanl vlcton and radio, Nixon I It the Good Bonk a best li all '" i .;'" or not pe„pie ol Ait America and barsd eltti for all Urna. Tak Muu ra10 light.' |ani ;. !*• DM (RMSIlls .,,„] I; .,. Q| (lo eonnd picture of President reeling and courage, lie Truman rcccivirm the tlrst copy— While .< huina.i an cv.-nt which will always re%  nd won .i resounding main %  milestone in the history of tingirl who wai shot daad In Vll [ n ,|,,. |.,ngu.'ie of a byAmerican people. Columbi.. | ;,. ,. ,,,,,1(8 „f it is too early to attempt a veteran discharged as menially Tu verdict on the work of the trans%  rarec forbear la Woni and Editors, but I kn the Administration. They claim thcvl ihat there n passage* in the P %  %  lliut's the n„, W11 h|i thl l Jli hfa, n Old Testament which cannot be 'liM-harged, WHS \^, „ discovered that the improved upon in any respect. nf U-cn confined and iK'nn> noma lor the t „,,,.,,. Governor B to raaaon had w^o read them undemtamtingiy. mentally ill. but h. bad so IbOOl UM 1 llin<1 ,,, ^pplement the and a quotation from the Book > to let in. salarl. In his f Books always embellishes any State, UUnoia. So another demand romr*osition into which it is Inevery f.-iiowe, of tine for n ( X|H an Stl „.„.„„. B fter trcdueed. was sorry U> .,.,. h,-n.ition. has done so. and Hememlwr how Adlai Sttven%  %  %  %  %  '] % % % % %  Incomt ion, % %  tUcUai Bar pretuly turned ad-of a '>ght in which ,. lX raturna tor tl phre* axpiaaMd Hiv unwiiiingad liim-elf wiUi TK1 U challenging 1J be nominated for PresiIn clouting Rocky M;.rci|us ftubUcail oononent to do dent. . Father if 11 be Thj to thi Boor in lbs AIII . . r luunplon to • • • :;mlv whirl! hr had nevei A M-nalor bM sugjnilad Uat %  A recent flan?-up In the activi%  nd i-H.kwi like halt be called no* • %  Udi flnanUei of the United Nations H.Q Olal nonsense which i< shrouding here indicated that %  lot of "grog" t • did a line thing foi Old nun. t l %  < %  real r.MnIn tlie campaign, was coming Into the U.S.A. on ,.i one COnunaDtatOr. Ha BhOWed | .,,. ... ri ,,.,. gldetraeks. The repie*entatives of •iat i8 i a l are really portents attempted to smear Nixon, the various member naUons are determined to call It 38. The effort hoomerunged into their allowed to get Uieir liquor duty not mv .-wf.i.1 wit. ftaeea M reaaa, and there the matter atntttd f'ee. o*whatever the American Bu In > •" t. aliowed to real. equivalent fo, that term. Then A J-* ,' ' somebody suddenly discover I just decided to Cummunl5ni crlme Fo reign that too much of this stuff w Policy with a d.-iinne -taterncnl coining m. Il was more than % %  vn itepg weri y legally lo tafcg the name of ^ Ki!i ^ Kullll lltn ;|1(1 M .eprescntativc and his aides could 1 ,',.'!! demand 100-r; attention of those use up normally even if they enwho would aaaaj to lead Ubll great tertained lavi-hly. They said the nation at this erttteal period in Russians got far more Vodka, and i i.ii the red liaiiIngi ""' Bri tla nari far more wfalike) go their undisturbed way. ''""in was their due. and iBveatt• gallons started. A sex crime wave has gripped _Ml _OBtj regret was that the Waleott—Ihe 1'ndi . The orinlnal Jog Wnl.olt, as Bom % % % % %  .. lai aeuaa Who madO an undying name for himself in the ring here. Hi Battened all i an %  OHM -i Our Readers Sav: Lghl one -..Id-lir.wr told me. „„. st;it( „, s , ,,, rk „ ,, na ,_ u/et Indies do not yet have repnd his hand* winch reached be| engCl n |i tne resources of the auresentatives. in their own right c his knees, cmncd dynamite ihorlue* who are nu-.-tmg .1 in this August assembly, for thei In both gloves. mi s ,,i,. ,\I.,IL> women were atsome good old Barbados Rum Jersey Joe. who says he wants tacked In the darkened subway might have got a much deserved return bout at the heavyweight antrancaa and quite a number in publicity. It is really surprising own.alau nays he would like th ,. u homaa arid apartments. how little is known of this be hi. children to keep UM nami 01 age here md I had lo raise mvevew ill on, and I hn|> lie -Mil b> suel he l*olli %  Ugwar has been to brows a few evenings ago when In both veniu'e Joe* real anaol i uirabei >i woanan eopi ixiuie made its appearance at i-ume is Arnold Cream. trained in the art of nil defence gathering of some Wl bvyi and On their rounds they are shadowgirl. The hostess, a Barbadian, %  high tl aidant, ened by plain clothes detectives on had lived in New York siiu.i2ii l "'"" l,s *< %  "' :lmg in ordinary M usa proudlv paraded thin butrored CJ %  has also tie. 1 looked closely at Ihe label thai the Vke Praaldantla] nominee ordared com ta wear uniform and this is what it read" U tlie IttUniHloana, Ba n a l o r \yhm going home from duty, gnd l %  — i <,< 90S Jamaica rum an R %'ixon had usdd an exalso whn icturnlug. This puts 10*v West Indies." ptnas Mind %  ubecribed by W* several nuncb-ad atort unUornu yes, they know Jamaica i a Tha] on the roads and in the subways, here, but f remember Mr. Bustadanced in glee and demandetl an And these measures seem to mante told me Barbados' Noam were turned up. have done the trick, At least in belter. • ">n wag really "on the part. There Aave been a number I know, and I beMeve him too. which ihey rvcejw and the manner in which qualified teachers have racantl> been overlookid for promotion Yet their asaoctation remains silent as if all Is well, a false impression. The situation Is extraordinarily serious and i( the Commission of Knquiry is not given voluntarily then something should be done '!;e h.md of the authonWill th' letichen continue to embnice the so-called dorlltty peculiar to Barbadians at the txpensc of their self-respect and presUgt*? Will they view with complacent v tllr destruction of the foundation of oUr very civillGF:C)HC. GREEN. nhilhi-r Otesl Thou r To The Editor. The Advocate SIR.— The settling of Barbados remindn# somehow of the landing and making homes of the Pilgrim Fathers of America, and I realise that there are still j le nigrteu leit here who are trying to save this Island. l i • i' ararg Barbadian setUeis who assisted In the capture of Jamaica" tad 'hen 1 was interested in reading of the hospltallty of Colonel Walrond whe resided in Belboin, Fontanelle' We do wish that the spirit ol some of these great settlers oi Barbados may prevail and tedeem this Island, which should b) now he a paradise to live In. We do not want''the spirit of i of Carlisle to reign e ,i_..in We want the love and guidance of early missionaries and modesty of the Quafcaca Awake Barbados: PIONEER DESCENDANT. HuAiVs* frerAr To The Editor, The Advocate. I am hoping In the near future to open a Babies' Creche in Ihe Indian Ground district, st i am therefore asking persons for gifts 'ure nooks and Child ireg These can be left at Roach's en St.. Bpetghta%  ALMA PARRIS. "Our Cbmmom UflHtog*" %  Ufor, Tinrtaasfldii SIR. May i ihank "Satisfied %  for DM very kind remarks he 1 %  ui u % %  iarl On Common Heritage)" in his letter published in the Advocitr trf • %  IMS. Fur his InformD i should like to say that ingemenut haw been made With the Advocate t. reprcxluce plcturea, th.it have appeared • lay. in the boukb'i i proponed to pubUgh. Tt Mveeaai % %  aava gone to con• rouble to get a picture 0 accompany tlie s-Tles every i.durd.n iiiil. If I may be allowId lo do so. | should like, In partKular. to paja public tribute ilr. Cyprian Lit Touche for his energy and enthusiasm in the %  mat May I point out n change thai hal been made in my plan since 1 started the sarlea. I proposed at the beginning, as stated in the introductory article, to bring the aerKa up to the present time bv out the |>eri. %  them In POT ap OCUve, For Ihla raaaon % %  argued that it i* not his hu-.n to attempt an in question* of contemporary potltMg. Thanking you. sir. P \ HOYtiS October \ 1952. MR VII linn To the Editor, fag -Idrocflle, SIK lr should now be Mdent to even the mosl unwary man bat of the Community that Education in Barbados Is on the down grade. During ihe past months many us have made rggBM >nd pleas for a Commission Of F.nquiry into Ihe management of our Educational affair*. all to no avail, and I admit that I was reluctant to loin the ranks Of tl Who complained perhaps U a political bum. But recent developments which I am sure are without precedent in the long and successful history of Education bi Harhudns have fore*tl me to throw in mv lot With the dissatisfied Indeed the dUwhlch prevailed during the openhv r.f the Bacondary iehool BI %  would wart a Iigation. mg the headship of the Girls' Sao il Rlcfamonda (I take it the rumour Is \ lams has shown that she loo possesses I e Interest and magnnn%  her husband's entire political teaching evince Uw grouping and the remi NEW PHASE IN MALAYA Achievements Since General Templer's Appointment As High Commissioner R) IMKHKK SINGTON Singa|Mire journulisl ho i\ Ihe corresnondenl of many leading overseas newspapers A YOUNGISH British n.neial. Su I Templer, has got one of the toughest and irukiest assignments thai have been handed out to any administrator in recent years—to restore law and order in troubled Malaya, and ii form—out of the multi-racial community there—a strong self-governing nation capable of delendnu: ftaa>U ageing*, aggressi* from outside and dictatorial uprisings from within. During his first six months as High Commissioner in Malaya Ihe curious "tip and run" war against 5.000 Chinese communist terrorists, who strike from the jungle, has been waged as successfully as at any lime during the three previous years. Lately more casualties have been inflicted on the terrorists (In June 109 were killed which was higher than in any previous month); (ewer troops, police and civilians were lost in July through terrorist ambushes and limidation killings than in any month since October, 1949. This means first that army and police methods of tracking and shooting are improving; but, secondly, and even more signilicanily. it means that the civilian public are better protected and better organised to defend themselves, and—for this very reason —are co-operating more willingly with the police to help hunt down the terrorist gangs The campaign tu end the terrorism n Malaya is not counter-terror, but full protection for the population. Over 400,000 Chinese cultivators and labourers who lived in isolated shack-dwellings half an hour's walk from the nearest police station, and exposed to the violence of terrorists gangs have been resettled in new villages each overlooked by a police station and protected by barbed wire. The resettlement operation was conceived and carried through by General Templer's predecessor, Sir Henry Gurney who last year died in a communist ambush in the hills of Central Malaya. And General Templer's task has been to continue where Guiney left off. With great energy he is driving ahead with the work of creating complete police protection for every one of the new Chinese villages as well as for the thousands of rubber workers who live isolated huts on rubber plantations. The training of the huge newly-created army of special constables, 40.000 strong, is being improved and intensified by the creation of new local training centres. KKY TO THE PROBLEM But the key to the Malayan problem of community defence against minority terrorism does not lie in further expansion of the police force. The people themselves — particularly the Chinese — have got to be given the right and the means to defend themselves. And to achieve this a countrywide Home Guard is being built up. Altogether over 250,000 Home Guards have now been enrolled of whom about one third are Chinese. But the Home Guards are still insufficiently trained and many of them are still without firearms. More training inspectors are being recruited and more rifles and shot-guns are being allotted. Two months ago the Legislative Council took a step of far-reaching importance. It set up the Federation Regiment open to all races. A Malay Regiment has existed for nearly 20 years but Chinese, Indians and Eurasians could not join it. The foundations of a fully-fledged Malayan Army capable of defending Ihe country against outside aggression and internal terrorism have thus been laid. But many other tasks he ahead of General Templer. The most important of them the creation of representative institutions and the" extension of elections beyond the field of local and municipal councils to which they are at preseni conflnad Fur political progress must continue side by side with the anti-terrorist struggle; and the ending of communist terrorism must be followed by swift progress towards Malayan self-government (and independence). There is no other pattern of advancement in Asia to-day. FOREST PROTECTS MOUNTAIN LAKES By NEWELL BOOBS NEW YORK. NEW YORK is reachinn out and swallowinn town after town. Now Mountain Lak New Jersey (pop. 2.806). has drawn a toresi around itself for protection. It bought the Kreen belt from a contractor who planned to use it for building. OVER the news that lecture topics at the Virginia Bankers' Association will be "Opportunities in banking and "Embezzlement and defalcation." the New York Times puts this headline: "Matthew XVI; 26." For what i a man profited if he shall gain the world and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for hi. soul? TWO famous women are making book IH'WS. Eleanor Kr "The Aw.ikenmg." an account ol her travels in the Middle East. India and Pakistan. And the life stor stad. entitled •'Tho Fla though not written by her. autumn. PIAMIES! 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TIIIRSDAV. OCTOIIF.B 8. 1S2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE Colonial Blind Campaign Comes To Life Canada Helps MOtl\ Nl\l WHM> In West Indies LONDON IN THK TWO YEARS since the British Empire Society for the Blind was formed, its plan of campaign—to lead an attack on >>. %  diaMMg and to bring turn bopa to a mUUoa !" blind people in the Colonir to Ufa In .1 score of Colonial territories from tinWe: ilii's in tinF.u Kast. The Society's annual reputi. Hoti. Kaatg-vrT Receives C.B.E. Insignia NATO CHUTISTS IN MASS DROP published in lymdon, has a story i 1.01 of "positive achievement und of work purposefully begun in une of the most extensive t.\i tli.-ti' ..f it: klinl dartakea in th. BrttU "-T—HBI Km pi re Tho Society exists t.. blind people of 45 Colonial territories Most of its work at presAgriculture In Dominica From Overseas Pre*. Service rrable agrtrullural activv ported from Dominica. GEORGETOWN. B.G. British Guiana's representative Wwi | .tl Eeomiuei nim has ieteniil ihi tn*n;ma of the honour -f 'in v MI.K bsatowad i> ha. Majesty on the QUMBI birthday tr.,Mil Two on-' MR BBM received the .rtngiua to then awards and another the B E. medal I I.E. Officer Admiimt. ring the government. Honourable John Guteh. CMrOij I'nt ceremonial colour to an ordit SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Ba\ WonlU. Timoth. M n ttallwr. Mai km Brll. I> R i ... .. •HUM Maria Rtrlla. E> f ^rw Hntor V rw In Blur St, HalaM I T B KM.1 •.BBIV41JI R S Canadian I 1000 IIK.IKI HuUi I Tit lull NOKTHKOr | MM\M(). LTD \1 eni li being concentrated on the BYiUsh WY-t iiuii'.-" where the H*nb "' %  Legislative COaaV Afncan Colonies, where the inexpanded road programme %  •* %  IS ."•>• Cait.. Schanrr OnkW 1 A-o* us.rt.Mii %  %  i L*d* Reaaei ft ridence of blindness represents a opening up mw area's. A "real The I,w "rd '* conferred on huge problem, but much work Is rtllip to product i ^ the Car""Mr. Raatgever for his pubalso going on in the West Indies, ibbeaii Commission. %  % the Agrlllc %  *""? %  to Bi ti^li Guiana and where preliminary investigation < ulhiral Cri • with 'n pres*nting the insignia His has shown an incidence of blindinitial capital of £'5 000 which it Excellency MM <'u have denes* at least thr %  of hi hosed I, t:.n ooo voted yourself unsparingly to tin the United Kingdom The i %  -i interests of vom country. "•' "The Canadian National Instifuturw OTOM to l.iui-uwwn as S"** member of both tintute for the Blind, which has a well .,* '•> tenant occupiers Exocutive and Legislative Counlong-standing interest in this l H hut on numerous other comregion, has given invaluable help The COgt of I Banana Iiemon" demonatrate to cultivators the and'haw been of greet value M Tbousanda of chi dren and h^, mfXhoti s for growing the British Guiana. I warmly conyaung people In the Colomea an? grrn (S l aMb \ 0 vir ii „( ij,catan gratulate you.' blind. Niost of them live as famfUnaruli.^^ Mr. Ivor Otterbem Smith, ily dependents o r a* beggars O.B.E. "Ttns award whnh tgW Other schemes include a good mad** on the r.-cOmrnendation of production campaign, a marketthe qvrn>or of J ^ ;, t ,c I _^, ing plan, and a livestock scheme, bj* conferred on you in reeo* %  An agricultural small tenancies mtlon uf your valuable MrjM bill has be*m drafted and Is o thecovernment in Cayman |sshonly to come before the I*gil !" ^ ,. .-_ „ latiire It is aimed at aivtnr cul<** r Smth is now serving as a %  reason, we canno, Jjftjo £"£, i&ET&S&Sl&Si Senior ^Istrict Commiastoner m •al resolutely with this problem ugh Guiana.) Seauvlt -r^ -. OCTOMBI J I'ummi"' M CuBuaina. L THMW. n ruimw a cusvun fhallas. A < hl*u T %  *• %  aiorra. R Anaalsarlli. A Z Hll>.. MlfaH i I asim Miwn, J IMUJ ...-. i.tni..t Mai t> wandering from town to town. They could be taught a trade but. at present, there are schools and training centres for lesv than 300 of them one in 3.000 of the blind population -Tor economic and humanitarian reasons, we Souvenir Album extent is known The Colonial OfTue and Colonial r.overnircnts were among the lint to recognise its gravity, but there is a limit, in work of this g-vr %  /-• „„.„ fPtftw kind, to what any gowrnment IM IVlili;>If>II \-*llj Care of the blind can never be just an official matter: KINOSTOW || is Iht \eryone who A souvenir album presen 1 CM see the hishi.y. ICtivWaWi and I Latest development in the RM ,, s .,; „„. ,,;, ,,f Kingston SotMrf %  work i lh i.niiich' Of a three-year surv causes of blindness //flea — the most extensive of „,;, 15(ltn aIin iversary of ttniis kind ever undn:aken In the .,(...,.,,., Hnlish Colonial Empire 11 IM'"'" gins in October when two distinA statement issued M ,irsaad research workers leave o( u^ low n clerk, said that Britain with lout specially sincc 1( hH(t ,,,,.„ f ou nd feasible adapted vehicles and a mas 5 of to proc eed with the celebr-tum* research equipment. n8 or tginally planned, the counDr Frederick Hodge., who will "1 had always retaineu UN idea Mr. James Kenneth Luck. M.B.E : "This awnrd has been i red on you for your outstanding efficiency, integrity and devotion to duty. You have brought credit on the local audit start of whom you were the flnrt member to rise to n senior execu1 live post In the department." : .Y SOUTH Of KAIiLSRUMl Germany Iliad WiUI I ti as the troops fir. i "' Ml Prtnch-L* S kUTO aMfeaawMsl t) BfawJ i Kr_d.ey.Gan Mallde*. Ri :. IMini bH lt<" : p Mai I l %  %  -a-'i—-' R. C. A. F. Build An All-Steel Village MACDONALI). Man AN ALL-STFEI. apart men* village in which each home was built in 14 hours will be fully nccupied by service families earlv In October near the station here. n. Rat niw. Mi>Millitent Knight. B.EM: through the past 150 years. Is to 'This medal has been awarded to p published by the Kingston and you in recognition of your long and Andrew Corporation to mark meritorious service over a period rity, i well known pi the umlei of 35 years and BKHW particularly the devoted service which you haw rendered to the welfare of the Inmates of the almsbouse." Thric three were also warmly congratulated by his Excellency. nat> proved fen who also *hook hands with the secretary Churle recipient-!, the council cheering po-,-^. Congress Newsprint From Bagasse Provetl Satisfactory WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Production of aalllfalliil j mwi print The new community at !" donald. Manitoba, about 30 mil.* from Winnipeg, was the brain > or.-, child of the H.C.A.F. In only T _. three months thev changed a u barren, weed-grown stretch of r.r r.i. land into n residential district. M A ££^1 with 100 gleaming. modern „ WlHskim apartments to house airmen pa* ftaMgaa ii a..u*it. i. H.^-S >-UiUlr II lUvard. W KS4B II K-ni-rt %  fid C r.M..l .MTtHUtH K T*>...-i-l llutflN I torn ri'l" Rita J. WooaUr. I. Wi—tw V W %  Moird wltneaping the predemonstrated that we can manu(_,,.. U U... I. t*nt.l'lll(V. .-_^.. m %  .... %  %  • families gaj affaawal The air force drscril>ed the [e, lommercc $1,000,000 Job as an 'wgptHSawyer remrnl." id 11 clearly rhf h on\es have two M H-.ll oomi In INK room. ivanced. —B.U.P. U.S. STUDYING NEW PROPOSAL FOR U.N. MEMBERSHIP By 2 Vessels Collide: Ail Crew Sflfe o r DDIF\ M i-umi III I it.,'., i M from bagasse paper satis,„„,, kitchen and bath. A utilit all important respect 10(im on uina stationary tubs. r to some newsprint wa((%| hrmleTm ,nd forced-air oil ita.it>> TnorouKlily iitsulated fnim top to bottom, they were designed to be warm in wlntet. cool in summer. All ap.M tments were built of urlts, and each has at.tl> as foundation. roilrreW %  needs ARTHUK J. OISEN which sunk after the two ship* WASHINGTON < >• %  tollnlrd in it lense rog oil l*0*1J Authoritative Government gal earb' on Satuiday. All 3" sources said Tuesday that the crew members of the Mctfejocho ed but lost all their beof Increased newtprlnt In lxuisiNo injuries were reana. Hawaii, Puerto Rico. Cubn, the admission of new members to ported aboard the Gronford. und the rest of the Caribbean the I'nited Nations is under active Spanish crew members some in grog have great quantities. HE!.GRADE. Oct 8. study here. the clothes they were wearing —CP. The Annual "t The proposal which is underwhen the collision occurred said . % % %  — — %  Yugoslavia's Roman Catholic stood to have the support of some that the Afotifcfacno—3.200 tons and were picked up with difnculBJJrnjPi l"" 1 month 6aKMed onhigh ollirinls would l>ar from from Bilbao and the Granford— ty a half an hour later by the anlmously to prohii.it .ill CattsOlic membership only those nations ~.00ti tons collided on Saturday Priests frOfB joining "tate em -urwhich are in open conflict, against morning about fifty miles west of .,—d i.,,, %  J( rdthe world oi^inlaTBtlon. Figurira Da Tor, eentrnl Portugal. ,ng to a high Roman Catholic On the present list of potential Six Spanish crew members reource It said the Bishops threatU.N. members, only Cmmunist lated how (bay won ohl,. to leap ened to place Sanctons against China would be larre %  '"• MOsf eli..l..-ll.iMi 1 BMCsOS h ! %  •• %  • * %  ""• • — '*' niimrniiii• aaosoasr*. 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!'•.(.i HGH1 llARHMMI* AbVtXATK Till IIMI VV. HI lulll I! 9 lJ2 Barbados Win Second Tornado Race TKIMDiD STILL AHEAD l.\ TOTAL POI.MTS i ARBADOS Tornado Team look first and sond against tha Tiiiudau .: |ftl Barbados icored 1!' 1 2 [Hunts to Trinidad 17 Th moans lltat in \h< I. lal so lar Trinidad u \ one S UM. 1 .-.::, 1 %  • of • w prtM %  Mi Hn.u irk in Hi.Inlrd ruu "" %  ,"""•.. POOLS Mr1-2-X has spread wide [^DOCTORS I his financial not ... to luxury hotels, to stores, ITE5TWDMEY5 to factories ... and they all make more money | V/rsi' If you have discomfort dl lul UUllllg %  %  i then it's more thin likelv ibsj inc jv.ii balma i row wrniWTi bttpasL Ow acni.i> causes heartburn, flatulence. anu indigestion. I'm things fight as quid as you can with 'Doha' Doha swiftlv reaches all the surfaces of the stomach Mall with it. gentle, ncutrali/idg a accountant with knowledg...( I. ttli i ill •he [van I Ins, and .'. %  in this the final lap, wai as folTK -l" (III TK 3.1 (B>. TK 4S (T). TK 47 (T ( 3J! (B). TK 3G .11) and TK flip. 1H (T). who WOO Here had luck, overlook Jt>hn B IK.-.; HI main %  heat ... oka, and whiii .. hj i lI'K 3b and TK 48 ou .SJ „,•. In ina miss Tom WUMnaon theirs, working lot %  *e Harts) rhl II ' %  too. Then came tbo Utthjwnodsl % % %  <" terse, also supplied by the The Moore* mad? the goods wa factories and kept :ly that he manufacturing profits In the Wr most brilliant D9M plat of -'> %  r %  i. %  explain Hi. Moores's asso. trad. f.mil> Le-torte* N of stock* and shares, by his versatility in tha c.nIn the wer Littlewoods worked Ittn valuable tip* <>ii hov menial field. agree. ..'-rumen' munitions to buy a house and stir, a They are fascinated t his tiaets Besides milUOfll uf shells bWlnaai daxterlty In paying out thousands md parachute*, their factories Fxplatning UUi product Of tlM w ' 0O0 vehicles. 20.000 balloons; X3.HN.W Co,., %  noniy nre won >. prlnelpl -i fK M n of the th I ow •nd TK N (Bi i lain fortunes V kin* caught I'IMII Has Worked %  %  i" Ki.r to %  .II the Mooi went to Leeward Posltloi TK 40 (B), and TK I hat **. (T), TK 45 (T). TK 36 (B). addiion to their cut f" on, IJttlcwuods deduct from i ii'Ml.000 pool, money more tluti C3.000, -. w*i dinghies Chain Of Hotels Since the war the Mooreb have icquired a chain of hotels In this ountry and another in Bermuda, vh.ch cost t 350 000. It i> remarkable how closely : IIOO for overhead ~osla. The hulk ol this g.N.-_ %  .<-s and ubout Mr. Songster of Vcrnons [ools i'^rro.oooas office expenses. followed the LiUlawoodi pattL.... ll is Intereatlni how some oi "* %  '"" %  h;is '"-'de fortune* out of tnat half million travels around *•"*? % %  m '" 1 T,Wt Mid returns lo the family ; "d Vernun industries. He also has chain* of hotels A pool* promoters the II I ~ ,sl A !' rtl 'he official return ocrid vast sums on ad' l-ittlewoods Pools gave the tal -t 11372.864. of which As directors of 1 and C. J "!i and Cecil Moores aacfa held Publicity) Ltd.. l>uulun. '"" "hare The remaindei were] tltev control the contract "> the name of Victoria Street Nominees Ltd. Uvcrpool. %  Is broihers alse ha\*e This is a special company Kiantic bill to meet for the formed to hold snares for people of football rder until they rounded the Bay T K * (T), and TK 38 (B). fUlfl very wet'k. As bosses >f J. and C. Mu'trex. whose shares are not Ltd., printers, Liverpool, thev do the job and keep the proflu in 1932 the pOOn kbUI (hi fam.ly. have extended their i-iterests L'ut biggest of the M'Mires tar beyond football batting into family interests outside toothful lima ol rh." %  i S LlttlewoodR Mail Order clothing and furniture factorial >, ltd. whose capital has munition-, and a host ..f othOl i ie.i. 49 99 IS %  S J IK a Ml 49 99 n 91 41 17 Ml 1 %  a ID n 09 99 38 99 IB 1 %  < T SB 4S t 4 11 14 4 9 X K *S T 9S 19 M 91 M 37 l 3 r K 4T T ., 9. 1' 3 V T K 49 T IT tS 3 H 99 IS K 433 1 7 I 1 991 I Wlnti. %  %  .15 1 I |K). H utl: K %  VaS BOM SJJI asat (...I. .1 lap lo oat* UnskvlL 11 Like his father and Uncle Cadi, ">' popularising "is. .i week id John Moove* )un, i* clubs" throughout the country a director of about two dozen n nr l supplying a variety of popunglng irom lar goods clothing, furnltun ises to hotels. • 'vs— by post, this venture |,a manufacture to quilts. made huge profits. Keystone cf 1 Kv.ii.nily John Moon.-.s. the %  uccess wa9. of course, the pools millionaire pools piom. is M huaa mailmg list of betting keen on protllai %  .cUanta, In these millions the was John MOOTOS Uw modtatly awawd John Moores had recocpaid telegraphist of 30 year, ago. nised a vast mail order cueoteVa fi .idy-mado without trouble NO ONE WANTS TO UOX THIS 13-st. HOY T'dad Heat Island 40-18 Id BasketIh* TUT -,more ll Barbaaccurate, and the Barbados play% %  Often than imt lulneM! rir-t i. as played at whan In pueeaeaion of the iiall the V.MI'l' ground la '' %  "• eeora. The Trinidad British This puts Trtmdnvvwhll |, j„. wol , |V kirtua of ,;,r 7 d Lias-taE*. — M A inimite aftei Hie name fct.irt%  nothing by It, rhe B ff attacking but leafi culars of each public! bi'iietlts of the other. lb* mill CLARKE, a 13-sloi Railways apprentice, ,ilii < %  .1 r. .1 -s Ml ci.iiu. ..r Ipswich, a lot of i %  %  tn -coring. One got the reall that they would be able to cope with the visitors. Two mlnutea -ft. i itarl ol play. Trinidad's Lance Laahh I) m.uked. and scored the first for the night Trinidad > %  in I points a minute later managed to score but they seldom lost an .. rtunttx is the .-n he was 15-to his %  ,..ii and took full Trouble is that East Anglii advantage ,r ,|„. nrcaatongl lapse >•* run out of opponents tor thii Bubado ati i.i bafty yoong u The Trmid.Ki team combined Sergeant Suteliffe told mo to While the Barbedea la in 0 Durfa %  the i i I year I hi %  4a a I tempt al eomblnascoured East Angll. Ktnod lo luck the •lutes to And him • % %  mhri.itniii of players who Vow | have i-sueO .. knew thui fellow pl.yei UIOT,„ babalf Of I and iiimbled at times /KtingMer In the sam YMPCS EMghlll and Pirate*" Hs-a in tha oouni tmWith Trinidad 32 ami tsaibodoi hen Clarke u. Trinidad's BurreD ended the oai third ojuartei with %  threat to-Ilarbados gained then r,r %  : potnl the type ;h he mii't remnln live another year Ix-f'irp he qualtf) for senior Casuaily lAst% Lurn the .losing stages |0 111. Trinidad %  . c Stephenaon 1101 I I i Bunail i ITI t> Martin (30 H I., hi, \ Hlslop field when losOlj hen. .i Hi Borboon i defen%  f pjaylng bui thing u. i.. gained rom this i> maaccur^te attempt*, the chiei : i lumiy. and did much rumbling ut.v Cant t.thciwiB.*. At ihe end of the Aral Barbados I All rne, H %  THnJdad wen H tteatmond G Bnrtagi ind Baibados six. gaa a vi.e-pi. suit nt of Trinidad playee '' % %  %  >' (Wralea); iiu-kic Lueat Pulham Amateur Boxing club The Kail md Kilglnl Wisdom should be quite at players showed an abtlltj ti \M.i'.c>; Algy Symmonds tbs hoau. He waa a niara than uaeful ip i ind lap oaad iiv-weight before he a differ-nee n 1 t... 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THIRSIIAY. OfTonrR 9 IKI BARBAfMls UiVOCATF Evidence Concluded In Estates Chancery Suit ivc.r nvr Vice Chancellor Will Hear Counsel Friday HEARING of the evidence in the Panama Estates Chancery Suit was concluded yesterday after Percy Geor^f Srdcs. tincommon defendant in all the action:. IMH't CM thilivtplantalions. CollatOll. Trents. Lascelles. Mount Prospect and Four Hills, had related his story regarding the purchase of the estates. Road To Foul Bay Under Construction Within .xcurslonistai wil have, new holida> resori In Foul Bav. Si I-hilip. At proem a road being built from the main roan to the Bay is near completion ami then vehich?-. will be able to Otvn down i<> ihi beach. Foul Bay is a popular bathina Place for residents of the ,iisti iC rh I'liiMintc nt the road has ^poileil the natural %  hough this would onlv be n..lireable to one who knew the Bav before. But to one who is seeing Foul Bay for the first time, there i* Mill much beauty about the tie.i. .. rusted background of I'HRii which form the bay and a wide spread of grape trees and various vines being most of the attraction Foul Bay is a fishing district and whan UM nshinjt season is ended, the boats an hauled up on this beach. The beach is wide and waves break fairly high. A resident of the district told a reporter vesterday that there is no fear of under currents. One thing though, when excursionists begin to make Foul Bav the new craze', a shed will be needed nearby to provide shelter from the sun. or rain, ns there is Utllt shatter available about there. The distance from the main road to the Bay Is about a quarter of a mile, the last third of that distance being hill. The hill goes right down to Ihe beach At present workmen are cutting out the road about this hill where the stone Is very hard. Residents of the district realise that the Bay is sufficiently attractive to invite excursionists, and look forward to the flush of splrit*Ihat excu rsionists bring C.C. Delegates Briefed For li. W.I. Congress Tbe Counoll of the Chamber of Commerce t their meeting yesterday discussed with their delegates the agenda for the Ninth Congress if the Incorporated Chambers of Commerce of the British Caribbean to be held in Georgetown. British Guiana, from October M n Of the 27 items on the agenda. delegates were given the necessary briefing on those which would affect the Island, namely: Canada —British Caribbean Trade and Steamship Services; the benefits (if any) to be derived bv continuation of the Oils and Fats Agreement; the desirability of adopting Common Customs Classification for the British Caribbean; United action regarding the recent IJ% cut In imports from non-sterling non-dollar areas and the granting of all British Caribbean Governments of Landing Rights to all alrrraft or recognised International Airlines. The Barbados delegates attending the Congress will be Mr ('. II King, Mr. S. H. Klnch and Mr. H. A C. Thomas. These expect to l. BVO tOf British Guiana on October 17 by B W.I.A. Also attending the Congress In addition to the delegates from the various participating colonies wilt IKProfessor C. G. Beasley. Economic Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare, Mr. A. E. V. Barton, Secretnry 'if the West India Committee. Mr W. Ferguson. United Kingdom Trade Commissioner in Jamaica, Mr. A. R. Starck, United Kingdom Trade Commissioner In Trinidad; Mr. Max Palmer, Canadian OavorD-ment Trade Commissioner in Jamaica and Mr C R. StoHi-n-vi.-!. Trade Commissioner for the British West Indies. British O11t.11,. and the Bahamas in Montreal. Caoadf Chairman of the Congress will be Hon'ble R. W. Youngman, r BE. HiLorooMp Uw Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Collymorr will haai Couiwl in the mattei lumorrow morning when further hearing in the case will be continued. Legal appearances are Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. instructed by Mr. II L. Thomas, for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Q. H. Adams. Instructed by Mr. W. O (>. Haynes. for the defendants. The plaintiffs, Reginald Oscar Camngton and others (lied three separate suits in respect of the five estates against Percy George Sealcs and others. T: being heai.i Js >ne consolidated action. The plaintiffs are asking tho*. the share to which they ore entitled in the said estates, both of the Capital Account aii the Income Account be ascertained, and for that purpose all necessary accounts and inquiries taken and made; payment and transfer by the defendants to the plaintiffs of what shall be found due to Wiem in respect of the said estates; that the Court appoint a Receiver, and that the estate* be managed by the Receiver under the direction of the Court. Two Societies The plaintiffs in then•rrMenca allege that the monies which were used to purchase the estates were contributed by two Societies In Panama, one known as the Barbadian napsoBiM Boctota at Panama and the other the Barbadian I'l.^sivc Society of Colon. They allege further, that since the purchase of the estates, they have received no accounting of the running of the estates and plant %  Giving evidence on baudf of the defence yesterday, Mr. Percy Seales told the Court that -irior to 1944, and at the time of" the purchase of the estates, the Barbadian Progressive Society operated two branches, one in the Republic of Panama and the othci In the city of Colon. The parent body was the Barbadian Progressive Society of Colon with the Society In Panama. a branch. In 1941 Vie two branches .libscribed monies and sent out deleKates to Barbados to purchase Cullt'ton In St. Peter. Since then. further funds were contributed to purchasing and running the other estates. At thO OOndtaiasSI of .Mr. Scales' evidence. His Lordship adjourned further hearing in Ibj until tomorrow morning when he will hear argument bv Counsel on both sides. Ministerial Three To Stand Trial Government At November Sessions /-I ft// MM rf' wf THREE nan war* commuted to tl ting of the m*m wv • %  _•• CIUIX ( G||ni s,. SM(ins yesterday b\ Dtatricl M.iKisii.ites The first was itS-year-old taxi driver Frank FVbraca >>f Fine Land, St. Michael who was committed by His Worship Mr. E. A Mcl.rod on a charge .year-''ld laOOurei I %  ' r fl ( JaCfcattU, St. Mud The Polka hav jusl tl I tl was commute.) bj Hhj \\ %  aewalattej! f"r tienetit of *h.u.\: Ha in hi Discharges Pilch Pine ouiuenient that IfJnUrtcrlul Government will be InBa ludos in about six months' time, nnd the nocceaary changes that will be brought about .nid Trade Union .iff airs, were the topics most widvly di*ru*Mrfl ni> M %  •:< With Ministerial Oovemmenl. will not hold Executive %  lie Union. An Advocate reporter yesterday tried to get an idea as to who might take over .is new Executives in the Union If present atocuttvai became Ministers, but Union members approached could not readily call name* t,f members who will naturally replace the present Executives, including the President A Union member said. "We have become so accustomed to the present set-up that although of lato m were hearing of the proposed Constitutional change, the announcement that it will ba mad* within the next half year %  has taken us by surprise as regards whom we would profai afl President, etc." Another member said (hat n.emirera beginning to assess the "possibles" for" the Executive Posts. They are wondering what changes in the policy and demands of the Union will be made with new Kaatul Someone hV-|Hnisir,lc "One thing we will be glad about concerning Ministerial Ciovernment," a shop keeper said yesterday, -and that is that we will know where lo attach blame when oateaaar-f. At proaont w. eaa onto %  that for years now Camngton Village roads or us i' ..Is -have wanted repair. or that people of this or that district have to walk such a long distance for ureter, but with Ministerial Government we would know who Is directly responsible." Commenting on the possible change* in the Executive Posts of the Union, a businessman said that he hoped thiit new Executives would uphold a MOM of responstl encourage workers |Q give satisfactory work to their employers. He vald that years afO when waterfront workers worked DM half what they are at present paid, they were mot* punctual. worked more steadilv. and were more cheerful. ship Mr. C. IWalwyn. char^l ''"'ice Boys'and Girls'(l..! by the PoUoo aril* th Ad. The object of [ntroduetnf >" b from a dwelling house, of clothing ""* : keep the elobl valued at £5119, tne proper., '" lhr Association well InfOf-md. of Lionel Ntics on September lt>. "' ""' aottvttlai of all the etUBO Sgt. Alleyne attached to Central •"<' '•>' ll >"* Way they shall b Police St.,: i the raw •" %  uH h closer togQM*. '"i.!"w l,r .?K?"M 0n ^ u, 1^ month', nao Itis Worship Mr. C1Walvvvn it__, ...„. .,,. ..,..., twUttad Oaibounu Ly.i %  h! dun %  ha.l ai' \\ along ihe ninei Cimilage w.ii %  • %  oatai eWefa aai dstehargbig a cargo o* pitch pine. port two i u' arai kg toe outer ln| i mo %  walttruj for unloodlnf its :* niuu.l Into the inner %  on Ki i.ia. I the feuowtfuj day, and I .HI dolry Mine then. Hands were working late on plate tha ollai Mr. Ajnx (59) of Botajoaiili Village. Christ Churrn on a Dulls Alley. St. Michael has been charged with the murder of Leslie Moore, His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn. police Coroner of Disriwwad 10 li than 10 film show. „.' gtVM %  the vartona olabt, the proaramme 'icludine part of the Olympa gamea. Skiing and some classical The three clubs thai rtlOWOd i awl initiative wen ft Ceeiha and the GaFarUv i down tho -.I hands of threa Wontte, Ttmoth) it v and Ktankiyn i) it wan 't charcoal, firewood and copra Tho i arrived id port "> %  i lie omit and A few warehouse hands were omployed In (oodtng lighters with The vessel foi ihis ahipmont noa not vet iRlvad ifftiimi" UPIOIUI y Terminalliner l %  due Hi* captain As regards to sport, tho Uorj rora well repi. tne Amateur Boxing conte-ts ••A", yesterday adjourned "*J* wrr *' hvUl M %  %  tne die the inquiry into the cumstances surrounding the death of Leslie ft| l--slie Moore a ftsherman of Half Moon Fort. St. Lucv dtod " his way to the General Hospital in the Police van about 9 p.m. on October 4 after it was alleged that he was slabbed at Bulk Alley The body of Moore g-aj huW (0 Ihe l* ublic Mortuary i.heie | OOal nMrtPtn examination was parfamicd by Dr A. S. Cato. Yesterday Dr Cato told the Court that the deeea*ed died from shock and haemorrhage due t.-i injuries on Ihe neck. RKMAN Hill High Schoel. K. Walters of DhP |„ rkiri / ,., •rict A. E. Straker It <; it tens, M l.intnn and, J. Cutting of Baj Street all won two fights each. Mrs. Fart/ufiarson li airman W eslern Guides Committee KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct. B. Mrs. William K.ir.iuharsou. Island Coriimissioiiei of c :.airman of W h hi Western Hen phi f .1 tlie W : Sugar Industry To Receive B300.000 KINGSTON. Jamaica's share or {300.000 In the windfall which came to Commonwealth sugar producers from extra money received from currency differences bv the Ministry of Food In its sugar sales to Canada, has been given to the sugar industry by the JaakfliOU Government. The Sugar Manufacturers* Association say that £284,000 ol the amount will go to tl,. capital rehabilitation fund of the industry, and the rest, which Is estimated at being over £33,000, will go to the Labour Welfare Fund. Cane farmers will get their share of the £264.000. A Government official said that as far us the Government was concerned, the money will no longer be available to aid the cost of building a sugar factory in Hanover, which cane growers in that area want built, for their • OBaj. The sugar industry could, If they liked, use the money from the Sugar Rehabilitation Fund to contribute towards the cost of building the factory. —Bi.r. Jamaica May Export Beef )Frn Oar Oon rvrtaftaaarabt KINGSTON, Jca.. Oct. 8. Jamaica beet will be available lo Trinidad housewives If proposals now before government are accepted. Proposals call for the gale i>f 1,500 head of cattle annually by 'ejoii.,1 ::. -til'il;. shipnici.t:, ,nn fully supported cattlemen herw on the grounds that then is sufficiency of beef cattle in Jamaica to met 1 local needs and oversea needs and at the same time for the ptomotion of inter-Caribbean i %  < Ulo can only be exported from Jamaica on licence and so far exports of stock for breeding purposes are allowed but no shipment o| cattle for beef or beef has been made. His Worship Mr. E. A. M.Leo 1 Polieo Magistrate <.i district "A" yesterday remanded until October 16 Frank Waithe of He. i Street. St. Michael when he appeared before him charged by the Police with robbery and itOoBBCO on July 7. Sgt. E. W. King Is conducting (01111111111* hi>es the case for the Police. Waithe is future to OS) THE Sngueiu B.S Si i' %  n Octet* Thii vessel I *< %  nra)T| ami tha local ai Ltd, TWO passengers will 1. Ml 1 Mi Archer The ship 1 neral cargo including 1.200 bags of salt. 0p,i %  1 ,.-: ... or buttej THArTIC STVIW THE [tepartmeni of Highways ItO now placing 1 oa.l junctiuns thirty 11 • >n %  each corner. v they started this by wolklltg oil the -iint-li.-n <•! Swan Str,-'. I ,. SPi-i-t %  I I'niiie William Honrj ludi htlp tl.." n .iiie.iiti.: IrefBc and OtOn Is in turning hhoj an rsot major stops. ilrl Guides and Girl Seoul'Hie W.'ien traflir ,. appioaelmig lurpose of the Committee li lo fron each of Ihasi rttfeel nun %  ncourage and .leveiop the i,lii.i.,,,.., ,,, th ,. Gfficar t m C ana.ia ISA i. , ,., .., t h.-m t thev HIHKII.I ..I Ai.iciica South Amen. ., ,11,1 „,.. gp beyond th, %  Mor< he West Indies, and to assist them or (l „. hlll( | Import Licences being Considered Consideration will be given to Issuing licences for importation from all sources of linseed oilmeal, sunflower meal, groundnut meal, corn gluten meal, alfalfa mei. pollard and malt sprouts, not exceeding n total quantity of 2.00O long tons, for immediate shipment, it ha-, been notified by the Controller of Supplies Persons desirous of obtaining licences for the importation of anv of these items can make application to the office of the Controller of Supplies by October 17. Dot roprtOtilted by counsel. CHAKOEP WITH LARCENY Wilberl Waithe (34) a labouic. of Station Hill, was yoat ard ay charged by tho Police with the larceny of a Raleigh bicycle valued at £16 IS/t, the properly of Vere Bishop of Bay Street. His Worship Mr. c. L. Walwyn, Police Magistrate of District A" before whom the preliminary hearing 1* lieing heard, renian.ie 1 Waithe until October 10. • The charge staled that the of71 '" fence was committed on Sentem", pi bcr 26. PDIBD FOR AS.SAI 1/1 His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod. ., „ tl/ Police Magistrate of DtatrJct A featerday lined Stanley Jones Jaefcson, St. Michael 20/for I saullirui and beating HyacUltfl li a i, 1 1 of Sargeant Village. t'hrist Church on August 9. I fl The tine is to be paid in 14 davs or in default one month*. In pnsonment with hard labour. have their own bocutl 'ouncils and standards approved i ) the "i LI AaMetation Thi III the in ,1 < ahana to l wil p laced ,.t ochei; 1 i luneUona duruig the H -t f.-.waoki at an lulei iiation ., i •Umtlar to ihe cholot In Kwiteti land. The new chairman now on her way back to Jamaica from England arrives next week AtriTBT Or EXCHANGE %  1 Sllvo IS..Is \V;il< li< s LOHIM I,. I1AVI.1 V ft'dton l in,|.i 1 hoy. ll.ok.-r. 77 1 II ; %  n %  MjM Drafli TT 4'IB '. ( ., 1-1.1.1.. I.P l'u|I(IH> 7* I |U %  7*. ". in am %  Touch With Barbadon Coast .I Station 1i IHEPtrt 1:1 mi: 1 l l> Colin Carter of Spry Stre*St Michael reported to the Police yesterday that $685 Motaa from his residence about 10.30 p.m. on October 6. Eunice Bryan of Chapman'i S'n.r raportad that outltry whi she valued at W and cash to tl amount of $3 were -do'en from he. ''. house on September 22. < A Thieve-. 1,10k.• and onterod th ''• hnn.e of James Arrher of Spoon"%',',' er's Hill. St. Michael on Octooi and stole money In the nmount -''''" of $60 bclonglnR to him. H „U', In* *hll>I'Mlfle Nemitd. Hun.v %  1| B n Challenirrr. %  %  Bym Itndtiry, • Cholulwa. HVlnd.. %  m llr.H. • K . parti Mart* huili. %  I ..1. 1.,it, . 1 ,.i •;, Ants—w, wnasew KRITI; OTarmiEAl ITI). Srlllm Atrnl. Fur BOOT6' PURE DRUG CO. 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Sim 131 lo 18 Inch -a $7.02 ach CONSULATE SELF COLOUR SHIRTS with TrubrnUd Collar attached In had ol Whll. Blue. Grey and Tan. PTICM S8.54. $8.40. $8.77 VAN HEUSAN SHIRTS^-CoUar aflachoi While Siz : 14; to 18 ln>. $9.34 oach. SANDY McDONALD WHITE SHIRTS—Collar atlachod Sues : 14) to 17 Ins $6.66. OTIS MEN'S RIBBED ATHLETIC VESTS— SIMT*1MS SUM: 36—46 in. $1.36 OTIS MEN'S BRIEFS Hockey Shorts) SU*>: 23—42 1ns. $1.59 por pair. GENTS' LEATHER BELTS—Manufactured by Hickok ol New York in shades ol Light and Dark Brown Prlco : $2.93. $3.77, $4.56 Here's THE WILSON HAT The Popular Brandin all the latest Styles and Shades CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET. ALSO ENGLISH FUR FELT HATS AT THE VERY SPECIAL LOW PRICE OF $5.40 ea. Call in Early and Select Yours . HARRISON'S Dial 2352 IIY SI.I.M ri>. TUBE mm l -I VI Ih. plil % %  id i un C'II II" %  I .18 % %  : ] i.M ll.rrv llrird Kruii S*UdP .r ... ..... I %  prr tin lliiiiiii* pre 3-llw I jiudUn Srdlni" prr Un I iiiul'-nsrd Milk pi-r Un i inVmm Cnaksn prr lln The abavr Ilrnis tor ( 4-h fluthrr l>*U 3-lb. pkl il" l un A S^u.rr prr pkl. t|u4krr IUI. 3-lb i>kl v. ill' (iljip<*r pkl. lion Rrnd Whllr I'rpprr la/ til) $1.44 t-W. lln I IUII Hi uid HI...!* I'rpprr 4-o. tin tl.10 I-oi. nn Drnmor Boiiflrs* llamn l-lb. Un SS.6S 2'i-l lliinl -. \>pjrj-us I HI[ii-r lln Pmlttiwrata !* %  *••( Iimn i p" tin Parti Bttitiin MaaknMM H* '•" l.uklrr Crrmsiiimpmt prr pot %  I -.! % %  Mumpo'i l-M6V snwll in n, shitnipiHi Urur "lit -mull i, i affta <• % %  '-lb tta Kullroup Milled Milk prr lln Un...' Mm %  i "ii I"* I'" I*,,.•!....,< ( I., M M l M mi Mrtdou>ur~l < Mn-r i>T 1-IB t"> DaaUi < un mi rl "" :;•i NOW M 1.20 At .16 .30 I.*0 Onl. SI.40 %  41.36 .40 .34 3.16 .63 .64 .55 .05 .63 *l .65 4 II I '1 < ill K \HI I IM Itl'M STANSFELD SCOTT A f'.. #.***#



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PAG! r.iii BARBADOS ADVOCATE illlll-l'W ill IOBEK l*5t Cahib falling %  i S i %  i i enters svfeo %  1 %  (;. w \ %  her aunt In New York Rmkttmg Hi-re WR and Hllfl K ) MAR*fi sn M I %  >. %  %  IV.-I %  %  M..n%  A. 1 II will t paying %  %  l %  %  f',,i inn .-• %  Hfiiliiu \ hit M i: A Dal i \ii; AarlauHiml AdnrMaj tti I M. i %  petM oa viml and experts in return to Haitian"'* this week. T IIF HON. F. C. MUTSON. arootii ihp paIcaving the Island for Gn i.-.-l l > %  > H W 1 A OR Sundav Marl rWl M i: i c ncavn n illure also led foi B I %  %  <• visit. \i*itifi IktufhU-r M STANLEY K1NCI1 ami h i son Roger were passenUootrattl, Caitadi I %  !. | '. C.A. Mr* %  11 be vlnttng hpv daughter who is Testdlni ir Kpactf to rnsurn In Mrly In Dacw Hum, Xflti III tW M il CIIA1U.F.S VKAHWum <>f Mr A. Y —w rood •f Rolton Ijine. renirii- IMMR/ ;*// \ U0 arriving in me island during the past week from '. <-n /uela on a moiith'a holiday visit were Mr. and Mr*, {'ru'limf who are also guests at Paradise Beach. Kttjoyetl Slay M ISS E. OITTRAM ol St Matthias Gap. returned by %  SS i. %  S-tuiday last yftor a three-month holiday visit K Btka had an enjoyable holiday and Is | Off Tu d.nmla D R. A. P MT-Jit of Buttali. st Oaorg* was also a paaaangei ntaftag 'he past week HontreaJ, Canada, ii.win ba i> ratling about Utraa I there Krturnt'tl M R. ANTHONY HAYNES returned to England VII. Jamaica by. It () AC. B.W I. A Hi TL.I 'iding his a iil his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A Haynes of Bt loaeph. T HE rn*(iig;nient_waa recently .'innouncpri in Bermuda bePameU, daughter of Mi". and Mrs Ceorge Cretawell, of Ulyfleld Cottage, Smith's Pariah, ind Mr. Ronald D Draw*, eldest Mr. and Mrs. Hayek Draw* "1 llfi.rd. Essex, Englind. Mr and Mrs. Creasweil had been ns ldom In Barbados Mr il: vars, during which time Mi < rceawotl *%  attached to Cabli and WtreW*. He was tranaferi--t t<> the Bermuda iimrh. Both Mr. Cress wall and prospective son-in-law are In (h*Company's Service at the flatf ie-eivlng station while PameL. who was an employee of Singer Sewina Machine Co., Barbados I loMd at the Bank of H Id. I'IK young couple plan nmiry early In December. Relief Duiy M R KENNETH TAYLOR the StalT of Barclays Bank (D.C.fcO.) returned from Antigu. i.y B.W.I.A., on Monday afte dolng relief duty in Antigua oi l>ehalf of the Bunk /nun I i MI : t,i-til M R. AND MRS. J. N. CUMMINS and their four chUdi arrlvad bora during the past week from Ma rural bo on. a month's holiday. They arc guests at Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Cummins is employed with UM Shell Caribbean Petroh-i %  Venezuela Bnck Home M RS MA1IY DUVIGNEAU of Bank Hall. St. Michael, i bad bajan ipfMHiii six we holiday in St. Lucia, returned bi the island on Tucwlav by the Lady .'.. LMB Mary is a maanber and colporteur of the Government liil S.D.A. Church, und during fici stay was a guest of Mr*. Iim.y In of OstrUs. Healthy And Happy Animals The following talk was giv. n by Mr.\ Redman. S. S.P.L : %  1 Sepwmber 22. Good evening, everyone. First •if all, 1 would like to thank %  half of the Society %  :. to AniniaU. in giving hi permission for thesmonth) %  -King vou hasping the Society, by report! them, any gnl : has bean Ul. tro.itci. burl itarved n You arouMayl baliave how linuaUJ nagtected and uodwrnoun-1 Horses. MulM and Donbajyi an working aniraals U i\ 'hey need n'guliir bag and waUring along with Undfk i.i", Wi < % %  ) get this. It is Mirpn-dr.g how (tlffi-rtnt animals will be. stronger, happx-i .um abw to do %  the work wall and iiiin \^ After .ill little i so romktt . | food %  Than l!u>!.' aie thr % % %  its who gr* lei tmn %  hould ba tethered .1 the d |oat fmsy \-i gild Watgf cU regularly. Then put up to rest before dark. No nimal arm thrive If left In the l>rotliog run all day, raHhfttl hn od atn with, l think In an) circumstance should think UMg and carefullv %  '^ing on any animal i %  %  "' n it is young and %  %  %  uttie, inn whan n is (uiit Kl Vl .' All pup,:. i;row fo*| is—will It always v and will %  %  • Imal who IDJ -lwnei • %  %  th, ,,,ii, home then for some selfish %  %  and w a nde r and bveo |en of th'nigh*. BB EtuatbttM and cnusln>( Ihah %  < arch fer it II II Ul il U* si'C %  %  %  an animal cannot i>, kgjpl .m. longer, it maybe elrciirn'Mrina I he animal is sick and obi or rJevelopi %  urad M the Hw laland If any of Uatag or otnoi dilneul%  S I'.C.A. will i d Ladvise, if niinmuniLfa dial IBM ..r send lo Uk si-c A office at the Harbour Police Station. Then when || i. decided to keep a dog, another weighty problem is whether to keep a male or %  bow nicn woo* uerful oontpajUona and a numbiai I female, but '1 %  II h i ii t a good iioiiie. %  adi more (bod when vhi is whelpll Bo many of the road DOM with %  puppu i kail all -iv -I Ihi island '" % %  II Tfury ihan %  %  %  kUJ • . n M hunted and sb The S.I'.C.A. would like |. %  | should I I I" kepi Whan Ihere walled In art or ( irden, so i%  i a prnpcrl) aeti ,'.... nines by 111 %  wm i Ii 1. a great attraction to an) i iU people if tho 1 '..(> %  and well B< wttli row h"ip tin. 'I i'.\ in hoping to accon And BOH i wian wo all Goodnight, and thank vou lor listening. ThU wiu Ihe I.Ik flvcn hv MrItrdman. Tii<*saay nlghl Good evening, everyone. The Boelab for the rVovanUoi] o4 Cruelty to Animals would like to make an appcl to ill owners and rnsUtagari of Estates and Peasant Proprietors, also the ownacg ot diinir*. who aanplo] look after then liv--t,x-k. They ask them to inspect their animals fiod at feeding time, every once in a while, to see that cleanliness and the right amount of balanced diet is given, also that they arc fed and watered al the correct times to maintain good health Than, lo overlook tha animals thoroughly for sores and bruise* and continually inspect conditions themselves, which would help to relieve a lot of suffering among livestock and DffUtnot %  health and comfort for them They will always thrive under the best conditions and gtrg n much pride and satisfaction to then owner. The S.I'(A alarj appeal to owners of Horses. Mules and Donkeys und ask them to watch for sore eyes. . sores under the harness and lameness. Lameness may be due to many causes: it is ii aign of palm lameness m |hfl fore limbs is shown by the uneven cerrlagW Ol thr animals' head and UUBanoai hi the hind limbs Is shown !>v the uru-ven carriage of the hind quarters. To Work a lame animal is an offence and it any of you ahoul.l • %  lame animal working, please no; llfy the S.P.C.A. by telephone : 2624 or reporting (he mallei lo the S.P.C.A. ottl.e a) i lie Station. N will ke-p the cat health. ter and keener Do not imagim it is humane to leave enough foo< handy for the duration of a holiday either. The cat will eat jli the llrst day, then starve for If rest of the time, unlesi the food is given daily by some appointed person. This should t attended to ao,| inspected foi the care and comfort of the animal. Do you know that there are some people who do not think thai cats need water" But they do, every animal needs clean drinking water, changed two or three times a day. It is quite wrong to allow any animal to drink gutter or stale water, II breeds disease and cats carry disease very easily. It's always a good idea, when .softer m any way ourselves to give thought lo animals and birds. Who knows? Perhaps we were given minds so thai sg-emight take thought for all th creatures denied our gift of speech. Well, listeners, I do hope you'll oil co-operate with th._S.P.C.A. in trying lo make our an healthier and happier. Think you, .."<| Gnodnmh LISTENING HOURS %  HI KHDAY. WTO I* i %  % -.* p m Th* New?. 4 10 p i> Htm, IS p Ii N.. Name • l> n Bpofft*N) M*#n*e, p "i n n Censer i %  in .ii %  (I p rii Wrlih IHi %  II p il V.,nlv Hoaif Kfl. S S |> "i Spult! Hound Up and Pioinminr Paiadf 7pm Th* N*wv : I" i> in Mom* N".' ffDN) RiM.un i %  oi p.at SI MM. lift i is p m w* %  mala, liipm Ih* Twnilirlh l>"li> Ba T—llHt, H 1 p m rUrtfco Nmt**l. S SO p m Chr-p.ii BO p m Sp*clal Daapalch B p %  >< Qlttwrl and SwiHvai. 10 p u, Th* N-^ IS IS n rrm ih* BdHMUhi. I I p m A day In ih* Ufa nf | %  hinrr of eVIK* < Ul* M**t .oll 10 I Oi.,„....,! Ilinils I.OI'IS L. BAVLF.Y Boltan I .no FOR ^^~ CARS TRUCKS & BUSES CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. Victorin StreH ^^e STARS' IOK TIII'KXI>%V. IMTOHH! '• II,: I/mk m tho set-tun in huh jroui btrthdA] %  i find what your outlook is. accorom^ to tl %  >V V in small tn %  !,rntiscleplicus; then you need not t< general outcome of efforts. All essential I matters can progress today • • TAUKDg Fine fc'pcct fur -me. nworthy effort. Apnl 21 to May SO RoweW, do.i't go along in ha)f-lnlerr-ieeak ivtums fix some of the day's HMB. • * Inoirntionn of splendid chanees Tor ml < gains il you hold temper and be not overRomance, f.imlly favoured ; .new • * Iiahi'lrv. real estate. Ilnancenil in UM f.,r in.provmetit with intelligent, shrewd ] management. Legal matters can upset things, so bo on guard. r • Studv. *cak advice if conlronted with the unexpected problems But don't let anyUktng di-durb you Mining, merchandi-( ine. home offairs favoured *> • • Personal interests may tend to dominate; 23 don't let them spoil good chances to achieve in other significant activities. refc Jt-AftWU &f OEMIN! May 21-Jons 21 &f cAKomm July AllIJIO 24-Au. VMOO M L1BXA )A. . B t 84-Ort %  OOEPIO Oct. 2*—Ko. n SAOXTTABIUB Jj Nov. 23—D. Ti ?Al*sU0OBM Doc. as—Jan. at AQUAEllia Jan. 22—Tsb. 20 PliOBB Peh ai-Msrco 20 Schedule appointmant^ other than im, portant ones so they do not interfere with • ousiness P M carries good ran for heart interests, social activities • * Strong, effective period for new propositions, business matters with pertinent outlook Don't tangle with the unknown. + * Fxccllrnt for new and well managed promotions advertising Ideas, research. natural tendencies Carry on with success In mind all day; • there aie many hidden opportunities, you ran make new headway. News benenl in various ways. Mov find confusion in some business. personal affairs at times discouraging. Buck up, bo calm, you can surmount obstacles admirably. + %  ••• Hlpo time for versatility, depth of feeling nri system In your affairs, they brin* extra compensations. YOU BORN TODAY have balance, general ability for many Ilelds Keen intuition, practicality dominating, plus %  foresight to make you an important cog In business or rnanag-ment. You are humane, don't want others t j suner # Don't let your sympathies be used wrongly Birthdate of Miguel de Saavedra Cervantes, author of Don Quixote ********** t i o i; i; TO-DAY 1 Shaw* 14, ••# A % %  *0 p.m. SIR WALTER SCOTTS tVJLJVHOE KOBERT ELIZABETH GEORGE JOAN TAYLOR TAYLOR LtANDERS FONTAINE Ex.ni THE TWO HOIT8E KETEERS Chlldrm 1/an> .ecllon %  1.30 p.m Book now for 4 rejuvenating Treatment ,ith hetp'ul ad.ice on individual skin-care and make-uo— r.'s an experience you'll enjo/. Fntrn October 13th KNIGHTS LTD. JJ Bro.d Street SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR eAJLVAMMBKB MESH wutr. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A Tvdor Streets PLAZA THEATRES KI.IIH.I urns iDial nisi .%  *. i 11 a %  M p m Iv..l Hl|Hafcl I kamaloiufela lual u ROOD 41 IHIAIHU rlHI'lllF mi < inmi to-da* t a.at i IVirt UMUMI TEN TALL MEN In TrrtiTticokir ROXT ro-aa> 4 %  IH r %  %  .I.I tl. I I William Marh.ill l laltaWiaj Dtir MIST i nsKi N-II is Shktai Berlal rm M-MsiD MAR Slarrms Wanen Douslo* LOMW Hal) I. da) it I HANUITft Or THB ti-xni \-. a rm UAV Marie WInd-,>i RANI Mrail Whole Serial a-MSN Msvra IOKI.I : THE LADY POSSESSED BANDITS OP INK StDIANII Bag III I.Al | HAN'IMIRU I MRS 4'l aiarrmwimir SarUI I IHI OKI M AIB -l> I I Others < i|i %  4 4S "I'. OUMK Sal a s 4 so a %  CLEARiiXGS I. \IUUS LINKS KKKt'HIKFS—White, PUta, Printed-Met*, n H cl 1.AD1KS PURE SILK FLOWERED III \I1SI.\KVES. Few Only S5.0II LADIES IT l.\.\ FASHIONED NYLON IIOSK S1.80 were S2.il'' 1 HI ST I IIRM"—$4.00 were $8.00—Sim 30 and 32 Only ( Icarlnf Old Stuck 1.1 M11KK HANDBAGS I9.M PL 1ST I I N v. Shipment! PKINTKIi CREPES, SPINS. Rtc 80 rt. JOINT PAINS Sudden itabs— or crippling stiffnais Whrn tttdaeys grow sluggish -Daed tomng; up TOU feal OBQger signals. Joint and musclr pains are one of them. They mean thai jour kidneys are (ailing to do their proper 10b which is to finer harmfol tmpurities awav from the system D* Witt's Piils are specially prepared to quickly restore your kidneys |o normal artint*. By acting directly on slaggisn kid neys they tachss one of the of joint pa.iia. The impurraes which have given se to your tuffenng are leared out of the system and rvain* grow leas as a natural oaasssfBHKMa. rryDeWi-t* PUIs yourself. They may be )uat what ?ti need to bring blessed relief Get a supply liwn saag aassssal today. Showing at (he PLAZA Cinema—Blown Friday IOili October, 1182 THE SHORT ENTITLED AIR PARADE A record and tribute to the advance of the British Aviation Industry since the War. The Him is produced by the Shell Film Unit of th. Shell Oil Co. Ltd. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. Agents Petroleum Marketing Co. (W.I.) Ltd Mil I I.is I.nil >t Il ISVI-IIII I M IS "ROBIN MOOli „l II \\BAftl 1 IKftl.S •HI.. SI^Sl ,.| I Mint. M r*d r -. -at.UI IM p m rill: "III Fdmona O'lll'IKN \ HOI.II TM.lt I.HO-.1 -1BBOTT <-nt|Ki L0 %  THAT'S MY BOY lAIITIaN A I.HSJBAT. -p.-I.i I W p : i'i iRO mil x K— HAVNARD Mill S I Mil U srsrnt< Baa Vis MB TM*I rndor s. Sat IU*lSpi" .r Arlloci PKkel Drama INSIDE THE WALLS or FOLSOM PRISON 1...M !•• IRIAN COCHRAN IIHUl'M ..IIMIll 1' rom NSAI a> IBAII. •( I" i His HOOD i LETS GO TO THE. . PL4ZA THEATRES HAIR RAISING . HOWL RAISING . ii I I I It I I I / BAKHAIMIBKIDOETOWN IBM 51701 IDtal "" II. ,n IMAOK null.. ,i.d,-f bod,' OPKNING FRIDAY I0TH 4.4> and 8.30 p.m. and Continuing DAILY' piortoof mer THB INVISIBLE AW/V llprninc FRIDAY lMh 2.39. Ill n :n p m. unit roallnulnc Dallj I l-> I >30 i> in Alto llir Short "AIR I'M; Mil T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) Ytll'K SHOl; STIIIll raoMi 4220