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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Original Jurisdiction — 10.00
om

Court of Chancery -— 10.30 a.m

Meeting, General Board of Health
2.30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Colleton Plantation, St
John — 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert, Silver Sands
7.45 p.m.

B.C. Films, Aquatic Club

For the cause that lacks assistance

8.30 p.m.

the wrongs that need resistance
distance

For the future in the

And the Good that I can do.



Havbi

Gen. Naguib Dissolves
Regency In Egypt

Prince Abdel Moneim)77 Ghosen To
Now Sole Regent

(By ARTHUR COLLINS)

CAIRO, Oct. 14.

STRONGMAN General Mohammed Naguib on Tues-
day dissolved the Provisional Regency Council set up after | All-Soviet Party named Premier
he forced King Farouk’s abdication in July, thus climax-|Stalin and ten aides to remould
ing the action paced eighteen hours.

Naguib dissolved the three-man Regency Council after

a special session this afternoon at a Cabinet meeting.

In

Remould

Soviet Party :

MOSCOW, Oct. 14
The Nineteenth Congress of the

the Party programme in line with
}ehanges in Russia’s international
and internal develop-

| relations
ment. A similar revision commis-

its place he substituted a single regent, Prince Abdel |sion was named at the last Party
Moneim, the sole remaining member of the old council.





Nationalist Envoy



ARRIVING in Tokyo, Dr. Holling-
ton K. Tong, first post-war Am-
from Nationalist China

Japan, is warmly greeted by
chi Yoshizawa (left), Ja-

’s ambassador-designate to
jationalist China. The former
holds a bouquet presented to hirn
by Yoshizawa. (International)



Plans Of Plane
Scattered On
Golf Course

MANCHESTER, Oct. 14

English secret service sought to
find how the blue prints of one of
Britain’s latest bombers got scat-
tered over a golf course near here.
Prints were from the nearby Fac-
tory Rose, builders of the first
Delta-winged heavy bomber and
the Shackleton bomber which took
part in the recent Mainbrace
NATO exercises.

A passerby saw the drawings
on the edge of the golf course and!
turned them over to the police.!
A Rose official refused to specify)
the type of aircraft the prints be-|
longed to “because it is now quite!
certain that people who. should)
not have seen the drawings have
seen them.”—(C.P.)

U.N. Troops
Capture Mountain
From Reds

SEOUL, Oct. 14.

United Nations infantry men
captured one of two Chinese Com-
munist mountains on the central
front in the biggest Allied attack
since the bloody “Heart-break
Ridge” battle a year ago.

Ground oldiers, tanks, artil-
lery and Airforce fighter bombers
teamed up in a huge dawn assault
on the triangle hill north of
Kumhwa, an eastern base of the
“old iron triangle’, and on
“Sniper Ridge” across the valley
to the east.

Triumphant United Nations sol-
diers battled their way to the
crest of Sniper Ridge about noon
and reported that the height now
belongs to the Allies.

Heavy fighting still continued
at the triangle. After seven hours
United Nations troops gained the
crest of the knob on the north-
east corner of the hill. At 1.00
p.m. on Monday they were inch-
ing their way toward the top of
the main peak. —U-P.

Thunderjets Set
Distanee Record

UNITED STATES AIR BASE,

NORTHERN JAPAN, Oct. 14.

Twenty-eight United States F.84
Thunderjet fighter planes landed
here shortly after noon Monday
to complete a record breaking
mass flight across the Pacific.

The Phunderjets, which will
serve temporarily in the defence
of northern Japan set the new
over-water distance record in
a 2.575 mile non-stop flight from
Midway Island. The flight by
the Twenty-seventh Fighter Es-
cort Wing originated at Belgstrom
air force base, Texas.

The first flight of 47 jets made
the Midway—Japan hop yester-
day averaging more than
m.p.h. To-day’s flight of 28
planes was slightly slower

—U.P









Imeeting in

Naguib’s streamlining of the
regency, the last remaining mem-
ber of monarchy in Egypt, start-
ed at mid-night. He chose that
hour to announce the firing of
Colonel Rashad Mehanna, an
Artillery Officer appointed to the
Council after last Summer’s Army
coup. While Egypt waited
possible repercussions from
Mehenns's powerful friends among
the Mosler clergy, the Premier
summoned an emergency Cabinet
session.

The Cabinet agenda was not
disclosed, While the meeting was
in progress, one of the three re-
gents Prince Abdel Moneim asked
to see Naguib. Naguib left the
meeting. Within a few minutes,
the third regent B. Barakat now
at his Bilbeis Farm in lower Egypt
confirmed in .a~telephene call
from the United Press that he had
resigned and that his resignation
had been accepted by the govern-
ment, Immediately afterwards
Naguib announced that the old
Three Man Council had been dis-
solved and that in its place Egypt
had a single regent Prince Abdel
Moneim.

Naguib did not disclose what
effect, if any, the regency stream-
lining would have. on the
monarchy. Egypt’s sovereign nine-
months-old Fuad IT had been in
Italy with ex-King Farouk and
ex-Queen Narriman since Naguib
exiled Farouk after abdication. At
that time Naguib pledged support
to the monarchy as an institution
and there has been no indication
that he has since qhanged his
views.

—UP.

MR. RENISON
IN JAMAICA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Oct. 14.

Mr. Patrick Renison Governor
designate of British Honduras ar-
rived in Jamaica to-day from
Londen for a week before going
to British Honduras on Monday.

Mr. Renison’ succeeds’ Sir
Ronald Garvey new Governor of
Fiji and was .acting Governor of
Trinidad at the time of his ap-
pointment.

Mr, Renison expressed regret to
learn of the illness of Sir Hugh
Foot Jamaica’s Governor and
wished him a speedy recovery.

7th Annual





U.N. Assembly Opened

(By BRUCE MUNN)

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Oct. 14.
RETIRING PRESIDENT Luis Padilla Nervo of Mexico
urged the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday
to “return to the spirit which presided over the birth of

the United Nations.”

Padilla Nervo delivered the first major diplomatic
pronouncement as the 60-nation assembly started its sev-
enth annual session meeting for the first time in is glitter-|prought ashore by the company’:

for |

Congress in 1939 but the second
world war and reconstruction pre-
vented completion of the work.

The Congress expected to ered |

a Central Committee empowered
to organjse a Presidium to replace

the present Politburo, It also must!

jchoose a Secretariat and a Party
Control Committee and elect al
; Central Inspection Committee, |

A radio announcement said the|
Revision Committee headed by|
Premier Stalin includes four Pol- |
| itburo members, L. P. Beria, L. M. |
Kaganovitch, G. M. Malenkoy,/
jand V. M. Molotov.—(C,P.) |

Ship Shelled
By Chinese _
Communists |

HONG KONG, Oct. 14

A Chinese Communist shore
battery off Lingting Island, 15
miles south-west of the British
colony, of Hong Kong, opened fire
on # Hong Kong Government ship
authorities said.

A revenue cutter chasing a junk}
suspected of smuggling was bom-
barded by fifteen rounds of light
artillery. Two rounds landed
dangerously close, forcing the cut-
ter to give up the chase.

Last month, Chinese shore bat-
teries on Lafsami Tsland fired on
two Royal Navy warships whieh
had raced to the rescue of a Brit-!
ish steamer intercepted by s



Chinese gunboat. A British Gov-

ernment protest over the incident
brought no reply from the}
Chinese.—(C,P.) \

Maj. Gen. Riley And.
Gen. Naguib Confer |

TRO, Oct, 14, |

Major-Gen William Riley,
chief of the United Nations Pales-
tine Truce Commission conferred
here on Tuesday with General!
Mohammed Naguib and _ other
Egyptian authorities. The subject |
matter of the conference was not
disclosed,

Riley, who arrived by air, is
scheduled to return to Jerusalem '
on Thursday, He drove directly |
to Naguib’s residence from the ait-|

port.







—UP.

Meeting Of



ing new headquarters on New York East River.

The Mexican diplomat
pointing the Korean
review of the
situation, gave a full endorse-
ment to the stand of American]
|

regotiators at Panmunjom.

“Non-forcible repatriation of |
prisoners of war”, Padilla Nervo
said, “is a healthy and forward
looking principle which
serves to five human rights their
just supremacy over conventional |
practices in this field. (one |
thing appears clear, that if in
effect an armistice has been!
depending only on the prisoner of!
war question — have no other |
possibilities been sought to solve
this question to arrive at an hon-
ourable armistice in some other
form, Because once the objective
of aggression was frustrated the
efforts of the United Nations
should have been concentrated on
preventing further destruction of
life and property.”



reviewed the history of

for the United Nations perma-
nent home and the construction

[for the of New York as the site

of its skyseraper headquarters
offiees, conference building and
assembly hall at the cost of

$6,600,000

only lithe Establishment of @

‘retary General Trygve Lie| bill sets out the type of
the | eligible



“sietui| Louse Establish Civil
Servants Training Fund

The House of Assembly last
‘night passed a bill providing for
Training

Fund for Civil Servants into
which will be paid all sumg of
money voted by the Legislature
for the purpose of training.
Under the scheme which the
Bill seeks to effect the ent
expended of money
voled by the Legislature will not
lapse but will remain in the fund
to meet commitments alreacy
entered into in respect of the
training of Civil Servants.
Provision is also made under
the Bill for the fund to be ad-
ministered by the Governor on
the advice of the Public Service
Commission and in addition, the
perso
for scholarships or
courses. These are placed in five



categories (a) Public Service
Officers, (b) Public Employees,
(c) Secondary School Teachers,

(4) Parochial Empioyees and
{(€) such other persons or classes
jot persons as the Governor-in-
Executive Committee may from

Mayor Vincent Impedlitteri wel-| time to time determine.

comed the assembly to its first
its new permanent
Ambassador Warren Aus-
permanent representative of
United States spoke on be-

home
tin,
the

j|half of the headquarters Advisory
| Committee.
) ters’’,
450 | combined

“In these headquar-
Austin said, “there are
stone, glass meta!
textiles with elements

; wood and

lof human heritage.”

i —U.P.

| A Suggestion
A suggestion by some Honour-
‘able members including Mr. R
G. Mapp, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis and
Mr. L. A. Williams that instead |
of the Governor acting solely on!
the advice of the Public Service|
Commission, ‘this advice should
be given by the Governor-in- |
Executive Committee in the event |}
that Ministerial status was grant-
ed The suggestion drew strong|





WEDNESDAY,

OCTOBER

15, 1952



The
the

~ivish

three. Barbados
Aa * Meeting
West ies
ducers Association \
veld at. Georgetown
leave tonight at 10
D.W.LA, for Trinidad

+



Sugar
ach
on

where they

will reywain overnight and fly
om tO Gritish Guiana on the fol-
lowing daly,

|
|

They are Hon. E. S. Robinson
Hon. H. A, Cuke and Hon
D, L. Pile. They are expected
© return to Barbados on Satur-



Amon:
e consideration of
‘ice formula which will affect
re 1953 crop, and the question
’ sales of sugar to Canada

Chafeman. of the meeting
ioe m. Harold Robinson,
~ Trinidad representative to
Meeting. Advising Mr. Robinggr
will be Mr. Eric Jobnson,
HON. H. A. CUKE : }. C. Muir and Mr. DJ

the



Bill Te €onsolidate



Public Health Acts Sent:

To Select Committee

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY on a 10—6 majority
yesterday sent.to a Select Committee a Bill to consolidate



° ihe Bill te a Select Committee
Turkish And)“:
illiams, E,

Crawford, H. A

and amend the Acts of this Island relating to Public
Health.

Those who voted for sending

A. E. S. Lewis, L. A.

W. Barrow, M, E

U go i a « |Cox, W. A
k M vughan, J, A. Haynes, E, K, Wal-
e e inisters tt, E. D. Mottley and Dr, Cum-

» mins. Those in favour of consid-
Hold | ‘alks , jeving the Bill immediately were
* Messrs. C. E. Talma, E. St. A.

| Holder, G. H. Adams, F. E Milly

LONDON, Oct. 14.. 'R. G. Mapp and Mrs. Bourne
The Turkish Premier oae| The ten-man Select Committee
Menders and Foreign Minister! appointed were:— Messrs. Talma,

Fuad Koprulu conferred on Tues-

" Holder, E. E. Smith, E. D. Mottley,
day with Prime Minister Winste

Haynes, Vaughan, Crawford, Wil-



Churchill and Foreign Seeretafy|jiams, Dr. Cummins and Mys
Anthony Eden, it was officially an-| }tourne

nounced. It is the first of a series; In the Objects and reasons of the
of talks during the present goo@-: ill it is stated that the Public

will visit of Turkish Minister$,, 4ealth Bill is the third of a serjes
expected to determine Turkey’s | { Bills designed, in accordance
stand in the vital Mid-Eastern de.| vith the proposals contained in a

fence scheme and. in Balkap|inemorandum submitted by the
security alignments with Greece! Chief Medical Officer, to re-organ-
and Yugoslavia, : | ze the medical and public health

Both Churchill and Eden visited |s«rvices of the Island.

the Turkish Ministers at thet Two of these Billy have alread)
embassy. this afternoon only a veen dealt with by the Legislature
hours after they had paid courtésy|under the titles of the Barbados



calls- at number 10 Downing Street| General Hospital Act, 1947, anc
and the Foreign Office. |the Department of Medical Ser
The Ministers who arrived here! ¥'ces Act, 1947,

on Monday night on a week's! s
visit will dine tonight with Eden Part Of Series
and leading members of the gov-| , '

7 haat This Bill also forms part of the
ar, T aan oar ana — eries of bills which will be placed
als waen 5 Cy &@ isers ane

efore the Legislature in imple
| mentation of the Maude Report or
|} Local Government in the Islagd
—U.P. "he first of the series — namely

| the Local Gove ey Bill, 1952, is

Pp e it sent be Legislature.

Eq pment For present betore the Legislaturc
Gulf Oil Co

‘the Public Health Bill is the first

One Id lorry for|‘he Local Government Bill.
ene TOR carl, ca.|, The Public Health Bil oonsoli-
pected to arrive in Barbados this | (ates and amends the statute law
morning by the Alcoa Toniaa\¢f this Island relating to Public
Leader from the U.S.A. Dr. W. F.! tea@ith so as to render the system
Auer, the company’s Manager told ‘7 public health administration in
the Advocate yesterday.

He said that towards the enc . " '
of the week, 200 tons of equip-; DÂ¥: ol ee ee a
ment will, also be arriving in| neving e second reading of the
addition to another shipment of ill said that it was circulated on
aoe a aoe oa be es in honourable members had an op-
P ‘Aang SS Seuteenent wisn be} portunity to make themselves con-

; > . fersant with it.
pieces of machinery weighing up | “Frane Min

surable
to 25 tons to be used for drilling roe ae

oil. ! ssed a Bill
Some of the equipment, how-/ Health Bill.

Sir John Slesser,
Royal Airforce.

Marshall of the





» confer specific powers on the
|Councils to be established under

j/Guirements and standards.

in 1948, the House
called the Public
It went to the Other

ever, will be too heavy to Place where it died with the death
handled by lighters and these|of the legisloture in 1949
heavy pieces will therefore be

5 | Few Amendments

| The Bill before the House that

jday did not differ substantially

from the Bill which was passed by

[the House in 1948, There were ¢
@ On Page 3

barge,



’ !
Surcharge
comment trom Mr. Adams w; W ithd
said that he hoped that he wot \ } ” l rawn
never live to see the day when



{ the Bills that will be necessary !

Going to Sugar Talks

delegates
of the
Pro-
will be
Friday,
o'clock by

tae Hems on the agenda
annual

wil
the
the ,

1

Mr.
Verity.

|

| the Island suitable to modern re-| #5

August 29 and during that period, | the

members would re- | hot

| Being Investigated |



Advorate

PRICE: FIVE CENTS






HON, G. D. L. PILE











YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall from Codrington: 45 in
Total rainfal’ for month to date: 1,72 ins.
Highest Tanpetature 7 F.

Lowest Temperature: 735° PF.
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per hour
Barometer: @. a.m.) 2976, (3 p.m.)
20.882
TO-DAY
Sunrise: 5.59 a.m,
Sunset: 5.58 pan
Moon: Last Quarter, October: 10,
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
High Tide: 1.07 aam., 142 p.m.

Low Tide: 745 a.m. 8.05 p.m,

Russ
| Lyi

RUSSIA REFUSED aw her demand for the
recall of United States Ambassador, George F. Kennan,
and again accused him of lying about the isolation of
Western diplomats in Moscow.

In Washington the State Department said it had no

comment on the new Soviet note.

The Russians stuck to their
charge of October 3 that Mr. Ken-;
nan had violated diplomatic cus-



tom in likening the plight of

an diplomats in Russia to e
life under internment in Nazi O Col 7
Germany during Worlq War II. nm Ones

The Soviets were to Wc \
United States note at eetote: 8)
rejecting Moscow's charges as in-
valid. e Russian reply said ihe
United States contention that Mr.
Kennan had only “accurately anc
in moderate language” describec
the isolation of Western diplomat
in Moscow, was “in crude contras‘
\o reality and is entirely ground

Start Today

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 14.
Tomorrow is the first day for
Jonies questions following the
e-assembly of Parliament. Many
iestions are listed for answer
Mr. Oliver

tesa” Lyttelton but only
—_ coneerns the West Indies
It said “this arbitrary assertion : c “hair
vepresents an unfounded attempt os Wr ree eo ee
to justify a mendacious statement T see ao oe —
hostile to the Soviet Union ms: oa um se, ” Oo as. :
by the former United States Am elton whether he will make

bassador to the USSR. Mr. Ker itatement about the conference
nan.” 1 Canadian-West Indian trade
Although the Soviet note re-}/cld in the Colonial. Office in

September
No official information fs avail-

ferred to Mr. Kennan as “former
United States Ambassador to Mo

cow, the United States still regards | ‘ble whether . the Secretary of
him as accredited to the Sovie ate for the Colonies will in fact
Union and refuses to take thojmake a_ statement for Govern-
formal step of “recalling” him.fment. It is believed however

However there is no way in which! hat

Mr.



Lyttelton will say he



he U.S. can return Mr, Kennan] es no further information to add
to Moscow now that the Sovic cy the time being to the state-
Union has declared him person ent issued at the conclusion of
HON. E. 8S. ROBINSON pe grata. London talks,
a Mr, Kennan is at present }
f Bonn, Germany and United State
JAMAICA WILL ['surces “expect “iin "wo"“rema] [yas
‘here at least for the rest of the hil e es
ENTER ORCHID ear as special adviser to the ‘

COMPETITION

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct, 13

Jamaica, famous for exotic
orchids, will exhibit at the Fifth
International Orchid Show in
Washington, D.C., on October 25
and 26 with blooms sent from the
Jamaica Orchid Society

Airlines are flying blooms fe
the show from Australia, England,
France, Japan, Belgium, Puerto
Rico, Cuba, Mexico and other
countries,

Twenty-seven Jamaica paintings
left the island today for Cuba for
the Exhibition of the Lyceum
Tennis Club, Havana beginning
Friday. They are the first Jamaica
paintings to be exhibited in Cuba
and are representative of paint-
ings done here during the last ten
years, The Exhibition will be
opened by the British Ambassa-
dor to Cuba,—(C.P.)

Indian Tour
Not Called Off|

Mr. John Goddard, one of the
electors of the West Indian
Cricket team, returned from Trini
jad yesterday. morning. He had
gone to Trinidad prior to his in-
tended visit to British Guiana
with other selectors to see the
urrent Intercolonial cricket series
between British Guiana and Ja-
maica. After his arrival there it
decided to forego plans for



the British Guiana visit,
He said that the West Indian
Cricket Board has received com-

munication from India relative to
proposed India-West Indies
tour,

There has been a rumour that
the India-West Indies tour might
come off, but Mr, Goddard
“id it seems as though the tour
will definitely come off. The
Board is awaiting further
munication from, India



Communism
Among Antericans

NEW YORK, Oct. 14.
A United State senate ub-
emmittee will call more wit-
es today in an Investigation

Communist activitie among
rth Americans employed by the

n
oO
N
United Nations.

Civil Servants depended on the LONDON, Oct. 14. The subcommittee on internal
whims and smiles of politicians.) Gonference Lines operating be-| ecurity scheduled its second
‘Such a step,” would open the}iween Britain and Brazil in a\jublic session at 10.00 a.m, E.S.T.
doer to corruption and reduce | tice to shippers said they had|in the Federal Courts building
Civil Servants to a bunch of) withdrawn the surcharge of 15{)«nd planned to question at iesst
“lackeys.”’ per cént. on freights to the portjhalf a dozen new witnesses. who

Mr. Adams said that the sug-|of Santos which had
gestion was tantamount to re- owing to congestion.
pealing the provisions mac: un- In view of improved
der the Public Service Commis-|jijons at
sion Act where they were given |.sjso
the power to appoint Civil Ser-
vants and recommend their pro-|jpents
motions,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) in intro-
ducing the Bill said that the Gov-! .,

been
condi-

decided that the
to that port

educed to 15 per cent.
The decisions affect shipments



vessels beginning to load or We are sure to get something
ernment had found it difficult to]... Stier Ouibtee is: wr out of this investigation but it
ensure that the full amount pro-|" Conference Lines comprise the! Will take time” said Senator
ie. annually by the Legi “—_ Blue Star Line, Thomas andj Willis Smith, 4 member of the
or training courss s expended) ye Harrison. 1 ort andisitheommittee, “There are un-
while at the same time the amount}? 2Mes, ete ca eet mee, ete ae ate ; . Cc ‘
has neither been over expended | Holt LINE, Poets, Steams :Navign- at ver nel We have
by dea Seiaeens jtion Company and Royal Mail]‘ 2, eee ave |
: | Lines, ibpoenaed”,
. —U-P.
Might Be Postponed —U.P. UF
He said that this was due to the

fact that different types of course gy " P e ’
may commence in one financial FISHING RIGHTS | Communists
year and not end until a later FOR DISCUSSION
financial year and that a course| | Homes Searched
which is expected to cor menoa CANBERRA, Oct. 14
at a certain time may have to be Commerce Minister John Mc-

postponed owing to the shortage of

| Ewen announced on Tuesday that
vacancie transport difficulties





levied |‘

Rio De Janeiro the lines} cpening of

present} General

urcharge of 25 per cent. on ship-|!

should oe United Nations has a staff of 3,500
j

interviewed in
-ssion last night
Hearing coincided with the
the United Nations
Assembly only a few
Manhattan, The

ere executive



iles uptown in

ersons more than half of
ue United States citizens,

whom



TOULOUN, France, Oct. 14

ha been learned that



1 representatives of the Australian rche vere carried out at a
and. other things. government will shortly enter ne-; } . litent Comrr satie

Clause four of the Bill seeks ta] gotiations with the Japanese gov-|' oer, OF Pern ‘ ager j
provide that the Fund will be ad-j| ernment concerning fishing rights | "OMes here Auth arenes
ministered by the Governor act-jin Australian territorial water: | esults of police searches mi
ing on the advice of the Public | Thi action is to be taken under|'® made known later but refu
Service Commission ilso|the terms of the Japanese Peace|to disclose the mes of person
ets out certain person ea} flected

@ On Page 5 —UP UP

com- }

, State Department on Soviet affairs.

demand for Mr,
| KXennan's recall stemmed from the
j(tatement he made at a press con

Air Campaign

Criticised

'
| The Soviet

jference on his®arrival in Berlin
from Moscow on September 19 on
his way to the United States dip- By CHARLES CORDUROY
lomatic conference in London, * -

Mr. Kennan at the time said Priced EE OTON, Oct. 14.
Western diplomats in Moscow . irforce officers on Tues-

‘ay cited praise by Generals Mark
lark and James Van Fleet to
ounter the assertion by General
‘emuel Shepherd, junior Marine
orp Commandant, that the Ko-
rean Airforce is “fizzle”.

Expressions of “satisfaction”
and “gratitude” by Far East and
Eighth Army Commanders during
‘be. just ended battlefield visit of
Al’ Secreialy ramas Finieuer
were quoted to counter Shepherd's
criticism of the United States air
wmpaign.

Shepherd intentionally of not
picked open old sores when he told
i news conference late on Mon-
day that “Operation Strangle” was

ived in “icy edld atmosphere” and
compared conditions in the Sovic
pital with those he experienced
when imprisoned by Nazi Ger
many during World War II.
—U.P.

$99m. Aid For
Yugoslavia

BELGRADE, Oct, 14.
United States Britain and France
will provide Yugoslavia with
$99,000,000 in economic aid in the



Allied aerial efforts in Korea
fiscal year ending next June 30,1 “Strangle” was the name given
reliable sources said on Tuesday.}ig the Airforce which devised and
The announcement late yesterday jointly carried out the” effort to
aid four powers had reached

knock out Communist supply and
communications lines from the
front to the Manchurian border
Shepherd who returned. recently
from a Far East tour said Gespite
intensive air raids, the Reds used
the lull in ground fighting to good
advantage and built up their sup-
plies,
Finletter

agreement on the aid programme
but it gave no figures

reached
delicate
will get

Under the
ifter four months of
negotiations, Yugoslavia
iw materials, consumer goods
ind technical assistance, The
United States will furnish $79,000,-

agreement

will get a @harice to

000 worth of aid. Last year itleomment on Shepherd's assertions
save the same amount, although}at a news conference tentatively
the Allied total was $120,000,000.\set for Wednesday.

—U-P. —UP.

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TWO

Carib C.

H's Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage attended

the final game in th Basket
ball series which was played at
the Y.M.P.C. grounds last night
when the Carib Bears met an

Island Team.

Farewell Dance

(THE Malvern Sports Club will

held-@ farewell dance ct
Halloway Guest House, The Ivy,
to-night in honour of the visiting
Carib Beags Basketball team who
will be-=yzeturning to Trinidad
shortly.

Drive For Charities

{* their drive to .colléct funds
for the Christmas Charities,
the ladies of the Woodside Club
are staging a Lawn Tennis Tour-
nament when a small admission
fee willh-be charged.

Some of the best local players
of the game will take. part.
“Poney” Hynam will meet Den-
nis Worm@zat. .Woodside to-mor-
row aftertigon, October 16. This
match. promists to be exciting
“Poney”’, Tesh ‘from his service
in thé R.AGF., with his powerful
forehand rive and a_ sturdy
player, wit mest the artistry of
Denis -Wo ;

The: maffh promises
a hight stampard,

On “Tuegfiay next October 2!,
there ~ wil be a men’s doubles
bringiag together four of tie
most popular players; Eric Taylox
and Dr. Charlie Manning will
take on Louis St. Hill and Darre!!
Trimifigham who have threaten-
ed to ower the colours and re-
duce the ability which these
doublés players have been en-
joying-

“Thoge who attend the matches

to be of

Married Last Saturday
S* MATTHIAS CHURCH
‘ the scene of a very pretty
wedding at 4.30 p.m. on Satur-
day, llth October, when Miss
Peggy Yvonne Cox of “Dayton”,
Worthing, was married ‘to Mr.
Roy John Chouler, son of Mr, C.
J. Chouler and the late Mrs.
Chouler of Wellingborough,
Northampton, England.

was

HE happy

Miss . Patricia

U.S. Airforce,
Squadron.

will net only witness good tennis The bride who was given ‘n patsy was a

but will do their bit in helping â„¢arriage by her father wore a jeft Barbados
a worthy cause. gown of lace and nylon. Her England to
- 3 finger tip nylon veil was held in there. She is

Comings And Goings place by a tiara of orange blos- Warneford G

: poms, She carried a bouquet of warwickshire

Dark red roses and Michaelmas ;

Me: WILLIAM TOWERS of is stationed a
Barclays Bank



of the recent

work



MR, & MRS. ROY JOHN CHOULER

Wed In England

news was received
marriage of
Inniss, eldest

daughter of Mr. Cossie Inniss of
Collymore Rock
pupil of Queen’s College, to Mr.
Richard P. Bee, a member of the

and a former

3917th Operations

mong the girls who
in March 1950 for
in a Hospital
now a nurse at the
eneral Hospital,
while her husband
t Manston, Rams-

(D.C. & O.) daisies and was attended by her g, ; ati yy
was a passenger by B.W.1.A./ sister Miss Betty Cox as brides- Sr He is a native of New
B.O.A.C. for Puerto Rico — New maid who wore a dress of orchid Carib joins in’ sending best
York = London on Monday last net arid carried a bouquet of wishes to the young couple |
on a Visit. light orchid spathoglettis. ; f

** * * * he ceremony was conducted ; of : ¥
- by the Rev. A. E. Armstrong and Holidaying At Crane Hotel
Ro JOHN GODDARD return- the bestman was Mr. Denis War- R. AND MRS, F.C. TOM-
eid from Trinidad by yen, the ushers were Mr. Richard INNGSON are n seats
B.WIA. yesterday morning. He Cox, Mr. Harold Roett, Mr. Rus- Bum emine earete

at the Crane

did not go on to British Guiana a tapoceiaate

sel Hey and y. Jack Jacob.
for the Cricket Tournament, ee ns ate

A reception was held at “Day-

British Guiana vs. Jamaica. ton”, Worthing, the home of the “” having an enjoyable time.
° r °. bride’s parents and the happy Mr. Tomlingson is Superin-
le left for the Crane Hotel tendent of the McKenzie Mines of
; . METIVIER was also ©OUP c zie es 0
Pa the arrivals pene where the honeymoon is being the Demerara Bauxite Co., Mc-
Trinidad by B.W.LA. yesterday 5P°* Kenzie, British Guiana.
morning on a visit,
* ” * *

Fngiand Bound
N Strasbourg I saw the dread-

R, J. NICOL, Education Ad- bay Water eht -.-% Marshall eee. But
wiser to the Comptroller for jon less stone wieralo me mole Mio as &
Development and Welfare and Leclere. He stands rigidly against lagers waltze

an obelisk. Ou either side of him
is a large woman
a sort of Egyptian dance, and
weighed down by enormous
wings. A couple of hundred yards
away, in the Rue de la Mesanga

Mrs. Nicol will be among the pas- next item was
sengers leaving for England on
Friday by the S.S. Golfito, They
expect to be in the U.K. for six
months’ holiday.

crouching in
Usted Bailar?

furious

pass Ss ing for (m0w all shops and business cobbler from
er et aime inctude houses) there once stood the heir to the
Lt. Col. and Mrs. I. E. Begg, Dr, Mouse where young Rouget de
and Mrs. F. N. Grannum, Mr, Hsle comvosed the Marseillaise. — On the wall was an advertise-
David: E. Malone, Mrs, Grace seen What is all this ment for one of the disgusting
Pearce and two children, Mr. ‘Mysol. Ps ee _ American drinks, I asked the
and Mrs. J. B. Robinson and yself: A stinging blow in cobbler if anyone drank these

child, “and Major and Mrs. M, L. | the face for you, my pest,

U.N. Gets
Chapel

> UNITED NATIONS

things and he
" ; of the young
The Dance was rather
NE evening two accordions “It’s all
and a drum arrived, and I people who
prepared to watch the old Alsatian chemistry.”





. New York, Oct 14
A finy chapel with a raw
mahogany log for an altar will
open «Tuesday in the General

Assenibly building. White drapes
cover "the painted brick walls, the
blue United Nations flag stands to
the right of the altar and 25 chairs
completes the picture. The simple
chapel is in startling contrast to
the majesty and grandeur of the
new $12,250,000 hall.

Durtng its six-year history, the
United Nations received much
mail protesting the lack of prayer
at its sessions, Since many relig-
ions and some atheistic factions
are re@presented in the United
Nations, officials decided on a!
minuté of silence for either prayer
or meditation at the beginning
and end of each General Assembly !
sessioQ. The new chapel is ex-
pected to meet demands of com-
plainahts without committing the
Uniteq Nations to any particular
religion or form of worship.

Mr. (Glend Bennett, head of the
United Nations planning, said the
chapel would be known as the
“Meditation room” and it was en-
visioned by Secretary General |
Trygve Lie several years ago be-
fore plans for the building were
completed. The chapel is situated
to the right of the entrance to the
Great*Assembly hall. There is no}
door, Dnly an arch through the |
rough" mahogany. The United
Nations flag and the chairs-can be
seen, -The chapel contains no
Bible, *no_ Koran, no tfacks on |!
Marxism. Its simple aitar was de-
signed=to mean all things to all ;
men ygho avail themselves of its |
ude.—U.P.

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the band played O
tango, and the vil-
vigorously. The
a Spanish air I had

last heard in the Pyrenees: Quiere

and to this the vil-

lagers jigged whatever steps came
into their heads,
argument

while
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952

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Women

Only !

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Seconded

om i WwW R ARMSTRONG
has bien seconded for duty
at Government House as Private
Secretary and A.D.C. to the
Governor.

In addition Capt. Armstrong is
‘n charge of the Police Tele-
Communications, the Training
School and the Police Dogs.















































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FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952

* Look in the section in which your birthday comes and >
find what your outlook is, according to the stars,

* ARIES Direct your energies
March 21—April 20 nels. Retain ambitious plans within
legitimate bounds. Spur-of -the-moment
decisions should be tempered with sound
philosophy. ¥

he
Fine aspects lend support to your earnest 3
efforts, Sustain your drive forward and
by all honourable means, Avoid prob-
lems that might confuse tssues.

*

GEMINI If you start something carry it through
( May 21—June 21 to a successful conclusion, Don’t give up

* halfway if the going is rough.

«x June 22—July 23

* x0

July 24—Aug. 22
*

Major Dennis Vaughan, form-
er Private Secretary to the Gov-
ernor, recently left the island to
be Private Secretary and A.D.C.
to Sir Robert Arundell, K.C.M.G.,
O.B.E., Governor of the Wind-
ward Islands.

Off To U.S.A.
ISS ETHLENE HARRIS “i
Hindsbury Road was among
the passengers recently leaving
the island to take up permanent
residence in the U.S.A.
Miss..Harris is a former nurse
of the Barbados General Hospital.

Doing Good Work




into proper chan- yh

*
& TAURUS

April 21—May 20

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well proportioned figure. NO MATTER HOW OVER-
WEIGHT. You can safely reduce. SILF SLIMMING
TABLETS, taken as a regular course, will quickly
bring down your weight. No exercise, no diet, just
a SILF TABLET A DAY TO MELT THAT UGLY
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os Girls Industrial Union
continues to be the outstand-
ing institution for women. Within
recent months the membership
has increased considerably gir's
and women on the role now num-
ber well over. five hundred.

On a visit to the Union Rooms,

Your innate capability should be promi- >
nently displayed, Keep in. tune with n
benefic rays: Manoeuvre “breaks” so they * Me
work better to your advantage.

*

Fair day for you determined, persistent
Leoites, Don’t go to extreme of straining

Happy? Yes I’m happy and can afford
to smile. can you? Sparkling teeth should
120 with a happy disposition, and with a
SPA TOOTHBRUSH to hand, your teeth
should sparkle. Whether in nylon or
bristle, a Spa toothbrush is built to nene-

.. : : pr becoming overanxious in desire to trate every crevice, and the longest hard
poe gree Under ‘a eet attain. Home, business affairs, highly wear fails to crush ‘those bristles.” TRY
classes a 7 : ad- sponsored, : fou’

ing of Household Furnishing, * x, SMR se roe

A SPA.

+

Stencilling has been recently
started, This is the process of
making patterns for dresses and
even useful designs for walls and
various other decorations.

Schedule actions to get most out of day’s
good influences. Analyze needs and
gau@e their .relative importance. Then
strike out with full vigor for best results.





And what does Yvonne here advise
for Care of the Hair? BANDBOX
\. PREPARATIONS, of course. Every
user of Bandbox Shampoos, Brilliantines, Hair
Perfume, and the Miracle Hair-dressing Colaire,
renews her purchases. Bandbox Preparations,
SOFTEN AND NOURISH THE HAIR.
TRY EACH ONE FOR YOURSELF.

Two little girls
look the world
over. Both belong
ito Mrs, Smith just
round the corner.
Mrs. Smith is a
believer in the
small family, and

X are. we Bept. 23

*

LIBRA
* Sept. 24—Oct. 23

He
SCORPIO
x Oct. 24—Nov. 22

Favourable indications should encourage 3
added effort, Add a little window dress-
ing to your activities, make them more
potent, News of unusual nature likely

soon.
*

Don’t waste your acquisitive talents onan
wrong goals, Essentials demand _first
attention. Personal, social, civic affairs
more favoured by p.m. rays. *

Girls continue to take increas-
ing interest in Commercial Sub-
jects. Bookkeeping, shorthand and
typing, are now taught with the
object of qualifying girls for the
L.C.C, Examinations.

Another class recently started
was the Home Nursing class on
Thursday afternoons. Girls from
18 Clubs unite under the careful
supervision of teachers to pro-
duce a wide range of handicrafts






























* SAGITTARIUS Be not anxious to take over others’ chores




—baskets made from reeds, mats, Nov. 23—Dec. 22 or “do it better yourself’, There it to those who are . :
See epee ee, eas eee plenty you must do anyway to have @ fe mate cea oe Nee aad
and — toys, embroidery and full, prwductive day. * yet most effective contraceptive on the
a or = thy dabor market. Rendell-Foam is safe, and sure.

In the kitchen they were busy RN The proceeds of honest, worthy labo :
doing cake icing, ted pastry wane 21 are distributed in «more and farther + That’s a sentence passed by RANTU, BAN-
They are now taught table ser- directions for good than we realize, How SHEE and GITSTICK, a deadly trio no pe

can withstand, RANTU for RATS, GI
STICK for INSECT PESTS, and BANSHEE
tor whatever crawling creature bothers you
“It’s death to them all, say RANTU BAN-

SHEE and GITSTICK, Make their acquaint-

[~ __—~PERFECT
for Snacks !

A\
And Bill’s too. His favourite is a Milk *

*

* AQUARIUS
x Jan, 22—Feb. 20

wrong it is to waste time or effort!

” *
If finishing something, finish it with as
much care and enthusiasm as you began
it, Renew ambition, give yourself that
pep talk we all need occasionally,

* ¥

PISCES Some days we just don’t “feel” up to
Feb. 21—-March 20 par; then we must either urge ourselves
more, aiming always at consistency, or
relax for a build-up, if we have been

straining, Do all sanely,

YOU BORN TODAY: Have much for which to be thank-

vice and butlering.

For several years now Barba-
dians have been ignorant of in-
struction received in domestic
science and elementary training
in technical ‘subjects at the
Union.

Through the untiring interest
of the Secretary these girls will
go far and will thus continue to
spread afield in social activity.

Official Opening

‘fWHE Self Help Enterprises

Ltd’s Gasolene and Service
Station at Tweedside Road will
be officially opened Thursday
evening at 5.30 o’clock by Mr,
Justice J. W. B. Chenery, The

+
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* ful, though all this year may not have pleased as you would
liked, Think about your fine mind and ability to get : eis
ao ‘with various peonhe. Dwell upon the daily “minor” Shake—with GLUCOSE D. Yours might
* blessings whose very existence makes them forgettable. Birth-
date of Virgil, x ay

be a fruit-juice, try it with Glucose D, the /



a ceremony will lait 62) ees soe , SSS vitamin that gives abundance of energy.
our. \ :
\ i EAZA a HEA i RE Use it instead of, sugar and see the differ-
i i RIDGETO TIN i be by Savory & Moore.
Listening Hours GETOWN BARBAREES O18 a. ence, but it must be bj ’
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445 & 8.30 p.m. 4.30 & 8.30 4.45 & 830 p.m.
‘ \ r a “
4.00-—7.15 Pm, — 25.53m,, 31 32m KUniversal’s Thrilling Laugh ae eueat MAN FFEL TOWER”
| Muon “Seite ~~ ska Ro . Spectacle !
4.00 (Technicolor) (Color)
Daily Po neh “New Reouraa: Bud a John PAYNE & Charles LAUGHTON
5 00 pm. Rugby League Football, 5 08 JABBOTT COSTELLO “MY FRIEND IRMA” “HUNT THE MAN
MEET THE John LUND & DOWN”

pm Racing, 515 pm_ Souvenirs of M WI
Music, 6.00 p.m. Scottish Magazine, INVISIBLE MAN aria WHSON Gis YOUNG
6.15 pm Listeners’ Choice, 645 pm ‘Thats, Special 1 80 p.m, Thurs. (only)
Sports. Round-Up and Programme Par-|(((Extra Special Attraction ars. Special 1 80 p.m: 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.

ade, 700 pm The News, 7.10 pm Shell Oil Co. Ltd., Film “MONEY MADNESS” WALKING ON AIR











Home N F ane
ome ews From Britain, “AIR PARADE” WESTERN eee nan. *
7.15—10.30 p.m, — 31.32m., 49 71m THURS. Special 130 p.m. |] yonnny Mak Beane Rkuasieeeen ce
ea i ee RS Low a pur . 7 _Johnny Mack Brown _ obe ewton
715 pm Calling The West Indies, THOROUGHBREDS” = [/ Thurs. 4.90 & 8.30 p.m. || ~ x mae
745 pm _ In All Directions, 8.15 p m Tom L.& Sa 3.00 7

“CRIMSON CIRCLE”
Noah BEBRY &
“The COURTNEYS of
CURZON STREET”
Michael WILDING

Coming Friday
“ALONG the GREAT

4.454 8.30pm
World's Heavyweight
Championship Fight

Jersey Joe vs Rocky
WALCOTT MARCTIAN

also
“TARZAN’'S SAVAGE
FURY”

Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m, Sibelius, 8.45
pm Statement of Account, 9.00 p m
The Struggle for Europe, 10 p.m, The
News, 10.10 p.m, From The Editorials,
1015 pm Mid-Week Talk, 10 30 p.m,
Twenty Questions.

‘TRAIL of ROBIN HOOD”
Roy ROGERS (Color)

Coming FRIDAY 17th

Errgl

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that’s why I like it. Comes in a handy tube—try MOSQUITIN—
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@ rom Page |
few amendments in some of the
clauses he said and added that as
there was no change .in substance
as far as the present Bill was con-

cerned and the 1948 Bill and also
the fact that it had been im the
hands of members for sometime,
he did not think there was any
necessity to refer the Bill to a

Select Committee

Dr. Cummins then moved that
the Bill be read a second time.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said that
he would be the last to attempt to
postpone or delay in any way, any
matter which dealt with the public
health of the community

The Deputy Leader had men-
tioned that there was no necessity
to refer the Bill to a Select Com-
mittee, but at the appropriate tire,

he was going to move that it ve
sent to a Select Committee.

There were members in the
House that day who were not

members when the 1948 Bill was
discussed ‘and therefore did not
have the opportunity of going
through it as the honourable Depu-
t; Leader and many other mem-
bers

Could Not Imagine

Mr. Mottley said that he could
not imagine an elected member
changing the structural health set
up and not being fully acquainted
with the subject matter for which
he would be voting. It was true
that he had gone through the last
Bill with a fine tooth camb as men-
tioned by the honourable member
for St. Thomas, but that was duv
to his position in the metropolitan
parish.

He felt that when they were

‘ amending the public health of tne
community, the lay members cf
the House should be given an op-
portunity to peruse the Bill and
see how those amendments were
going to work in Barbados.

When he first became a member
of the House, the Chamber was
dealing with the Town and Coun-
try Planning Bill and he said then
that while it was necessary tor
some sort of control authority
dealing Town and Country Plan-
ning, he thought that the Bill was
out of proportion, considering the
economic structure of Barbados.

“Public health, like all other
legislation must go hand in hand
Ww ith the economy of the island”
Mr. Mettley said, and added that
they must not measure the health
of the community merely in dollars
and cents-

Did Not Agree

He said that he did not agree
with the Deputy Leader that the
present Bill did not differ from
the 1948 Bill. It had been drafted
with the view that the Maude
Bill or Local Government Bill
would be enacted. It was there-
fore obvious that the changes
which were in the 1948 Bill had
been placed in the present Biil
with the view that the local Gov-
ernment Bill would pass. y

He was offering no opposition
to the Bill as he would be the
last person to do so, but the
Deputy Leader would agree that
when they were thinking of pub-
lic health, they must of necessity,
think in terms of the economy of
the island and must appreciate
the present local set up and what
it provided for.

He said that there were-certain
recommendations made in the
Bill but there were not all recom-
mendations made by experts,
whether they were legal or other-
wise, which they must take, There
were members of the House who
were fully acquainted with local
boards in their particular consti-
tuencies and what the changes
would be. He would, however,
support the principle of an up-to-
date public health bill, but they
must go to Select Committee in
order to thresh out the various
obstacles.

Mr. V. B. Vaughan (I) felt that
the Bill should go to a Select
Committee as members did not
have an opportunity of studying
it thoroughly. It was all well to
say that it was before the House
since 1948. There were some mem-
bers who were not in the House
in 1948 and the measure before
them was a very important one.
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If they carried the
which all of them should.in can-
sidering Bills and other docu-
ments, they would have to be able

to give the matter thorough and
detailed study, especially in a
Bill of this kind which would

affect the life and economy of the
people of the island.

Good Sense
Mr. A. E. S. Lewis (L) said
that there might be some good
sense in sending the Bill to a
Select Committee so that the
majority of members would be-

come more familiar to the Bill.
Besides, the Bill had taken on ad-
ditional aspects with the passing,
at i@ast by the House, of the
Local Government Bill. There-
fore the argument for sending it
to a Select Committee was a
sound oné. But what he wouid
point out was that in 1948 when
the Bill was debated, his coi-
league was in favour’of sending
the Bill to a Select Committee,
but never attended a meeting.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) here
denied this to be true. Mr. Lewis
continued that Mr. Mottley wes
not ready in attending the meet-
ings of the Select Committee.

It was good, especially at this
time, te give things good con-
sideration, but he hoped that if
the Bill was sent to a Select
Committee, members who were
anxious for it to be sent to such



In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday, Dr. Cummins
laid the following

Message No. 26/1952 dated the
15th of October, 1952; from His
Excellency the Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assém-
bly presenting for the consid-
eration of the Honourable House
a programme of development and
taxation for the five year period
1952-53 to 1956-57

Message No. 27/1952 dated the
13th of October, 1952; from His
Excellency the Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assem-
bly inviting the Honourable
House to approve that Barbados
be represented by a_ stand at
the British Industries Fair, 1953,
and that the necessary nroyision
be included in the Annual Estim-
ates for 1953-54 a

Post Office advances for payment
of Money Orders to the Sist of

July, 1952,

The following notices were
given:-

Resolution to authorise the
Governor-in-Executive to adopt

and give effect to the reecommenda-
tions of the Conference on Oils and
Fats held in Barbados from the 8th
to the 11th of July, 1952

Resolution to wuthorise His Ex-
cellency the Governor to enter into
an agreement with a person ta
serve for three years as Chief
Engineer, Waterworks Department,
at a salary of $11,520 per annum

Resolution to authorise His Ex-
cellency the Governor to enter
into un agreement with a person
to serve as Director of Petroleum
and Natural Gas, subject to the
conditions set out in the Schedule
to the resolution

Notices of the following Bill were
given and they were later read a
first time:—

Bill intituled an
the Customs Tariff

Bill intituled an
the Miscellaneous
1921.

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Rum Duty Act, 1906

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Liquor Licenses Act, 1909.

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Petroleum Act, 1682

Bill intituled an Act to ninend

Act to amend
Act, 1921

Act to amend
Taxation Act,

the Mental Health Act, 1951

The Hotise sent to a Select Com-
mittee a Bill to consolidate and
amend the Acts of this island
relating to Public Health

The House passed the follow-
ing::-— A _ resolution for the

Governor-in-Executive to lease to
the Vestry of St. Andrew a parcel
of land containing six acres, one
rood and 12 perches at Belleplaine
St. Andrew for the purpose of es-
tablishing a playing field

A Resolution for $784 to be paid
to the substitute for the Librarian
and Secretary of the House.

A Resolution entitled ‘‘The Civil
Establishment (General) (Amend
ment) No. 8 Order, 1952, This is
to change the title of the Airport
Manager to Controller of Civil

Aviation and Airport Manager

A Bill to provide for the estab-
lishment of a Civil Service Train
ing Fund,

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October 27 at 3 p.m










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a Committee and weré on the
Committee, would attend.

Mr. C. BE. Talma (L) said he
regarded sending the Bill to a
Select Committee to be the post-
poning of it. Both members who
had spoken for the postponement
of the Bill were on the Setect
Committee appointed to consider
the Local Government. Bijl and

seldom attended its meet~-
ie Besides the Bill was before
House ever since.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that
as some members asked that cer-
tain measures be sent to Select
Committees and then did not at-
tend the meetings, one could not
help becoming suspicious of their
mbtives. He felt, however, that
consideration of the Bill might
bé better postponed.

A Travesty

Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
that since 1947 a Bill was pre-
pared on somewhat similar lines
To say that the Bill was identi-
cally the same was a travesty of
the truth.

Steali

His Worshi;
Folice M
yesterday placed
joiner Harold Burnett of Kew
Road, St. Michael, on a bond for
Aix months in the sum of £3 for
stealing mahogany valued at £4.
7/6, the property of Hugh Walcott
of Chelsea Road.

Burnett pleaded guilty. He was
arrested by Cpl. G. Sargeant at-
tached to the Bridge Polite Post
on July 24. The defendant used
to work at Walcott'’s place and
during the period of September 1,
1951 and July 24. 1952, Walcott
missed pieces of mahogany from
his workshop

Set. Alleyne attached to Central
Police Station prosecuted for the
Police from information received.

PLEADED GUILTY:

Patrick

Mr

gistrate

E. A. McLeod
of District
26 - year - old



Ivan Goddard of Drax

Such a Bill as that was obvi- 4).)) st. George, pleaded guilty

ously difficult and complicated. If perfore

atiybody was to be of any assis-
tance in the considering of it
besides giving their own ideas,
it was necessary ghat a Bill of
such great importance should be
sent to a Select Cammittee
where other Acts could be
referred to.

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that
pérsonally he felt that there was
a grave danger and he would
not have said that if it were not

for what was happening, with
régards the Public Utilities Pill
and what might happen to the

Maude Bill—a grave danger that
the mere desire for demo-crati
cdéntrol might lead them to play
into the hands of people who
were fundamentally opposed ty
progressive legislation.

New members of the House
might not be conversant with
Public Health Legislation, but

when a man came into the House,
it was taken for granted that he
would take pains to become
a¢quainted with the Législation
which was passed before, Other-
wise everytime there was a bye-
election even, they would have
to go back over evérything again,
He was appealing to Honourable

members not to play the game
of the Opposition and frustrate
legislation. The Bill was much
the same as the old Public
Health Bill.

If the Bill went to a Select
Committee he would ask mem-
bers to put aside everything

else and attend its meetings.

. Cummins replied that he
was in favour of sending the
Bill to a Select Committee, but
he hoped that members of the
Committee would attend its meet-
ings.

The motion for sending the Bill
to a Select Committee was put
to the vote and carried by a
10—6 majority,

Past To Play
Present At H.C.

International players Clyde
Walcott and C. B. “Boogles” Wil-
liams are included inthe team
which will represent the Past vs
the Present in the annual cricket
match between the Harrison Col-
lege present boys and past boys
at the school grounds at 1 p.m.
tomorrow,

The Past team is a strong one



and may well give the present R, T. Michelin, Commissioner ot
boys trouble. The Past team which Police,
be captained by E. L. G. Deputy
is as follows:—E. L, G. W. A. Farmer, Capt. E
(Captain), E. L.. Bartlett, and Mr. D. A. Wiles,
Cc, St. C. Cumberbatch, F. Cozier, Colonial Secretary.

will
Hoad,
Hoad

B. deL. Inniss, W. H, C. Knowles,
A. F. C, Matthews, G. Proverbs,
Cc. L. Walcott, C, R. E. Warner
and C. B. Williams. Play starts at
1 o'clock,

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on Broad St. you
invariably find
what you want! s
ro)

yesterday

His Worship Mr. Cc. lh
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday of riding the
motor cycle M—2992 on Kingston
Road at over 40 miles per hour.
He was fined 25/- and 1/- costs to
be paid in 14 days or one month's
imprisonment

The case was brought by Cp!
Jones and Police Constable 341
Lashley attached to the Traffic

Branch at Central Police Station,
Sgt. Forde prosecuted for the
Police.

The speed limit on Kingston

Road for a motor cycle is 30 miles
per hour.

REMANDED:

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
remanded Gladstone
Skeete of Beckles Road, St.
Michael until October 17, when he
appeared before him charged with
the larceny of ladies’ underwear
from the store of Mr. N. E, Wil-
son in Swan Street on October 14.

One of the clérks in the store
snid that the defendant walked in
the store and while inspecting
some goo; took up the clothing
and pushed them into the pockets
of his pants.

CHARGED WITH

’

BUGGERY:

Denzil Harris (20) of Peterkin

Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael and

Ethean Brathwaite (19) of Brit-
tons Hill, St. Michael, who have
been charged by the Police with
committing buggery on September
26 at Greaves End Beach, were
again remanded without bail until
October 18 by His Worship Mr,
G. B. Griffith yesterday.

Mr. G. B Niles is appearing on
behalf of both defendants while

Set. FE, King, attached to Central

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hearing yesterday medical evi-
dence was taken from Dr. A. 8.
Cato and Dr. J, E. Walcott, Gov-
ernment Bacteriologist and Pa-
thologist.

Policemen See
Road Safety Film

Two hundred and forty-three
policemen attended two films on
“Road Safety” at the Bridgetown
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i (vinted Oy ihe Advocate Co., Lid., Broad -..,

Wednesday, October 15,

ROYAL TOWN

ONE obvious site for a self-aid housing
scheme is the land between Holetown
Police Station and the river.

A few days ago a visitor to Barbados
asked whether the land nearest to the Hole-
town Police Station was a Zulu encamp-
ment. The presence of so many coconut
fences no doubt suggested the question but
for the most historic piece of Barbadian
land to be likened to a Zulu encampment is
no advertisement for the island.

Everyone krfows that Holetown was once
known as Jamestown in honour of a British
sovereign and the suggestion has been
made that for the Coronation of Queen
Elizabeth II the town might be renamed
in her honour. Certainly the name of the
town is more suitable to its present con-
dition and before renaming it in honour
of the Queen a complete overhaul would be
necessary. Would such an undertaking
be undesirable?



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1952







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Today’s inhabitants of Holetown must
be acutely conscious of the sad state of
decay and negligency which hangs over this
most historic town. “Coconut” village
which lies nearest to the Tercentenary
monument cannot be regarded with any
gréat affection by those who occupy it
And the members of the House of Assembly
who represent the parish of St. James
ought not to feel any satisfaction at the
present condition of a town near whose
whores a cross was first erected on these
shores and the island formally put under
the kingship of a British monarch. The
residents of the St. James Coast them-
selves must feel very unhappy every time
they motor past Holetown and glance at
the condition of “coconut” village and see
the decrepit air of the Town itself.

Could any greater monument to the
young Queen be erected than a model
village on the island’s most historic soil?

Could there be any better choice of
monument than a self-aid housing scheme,
a token as it were that this island was
awake at last to the fact that unless the
people play a part in building their own
houses, hovels and shacks will be the
normal Barbadian dwelling houses for
many generations?

If the people of Barbados want others to
admire their enterprise, to point with ap-
proving fingers and say there is a monu-
ment to Barbadian co-operation and enter-

prise: there is a model village built by free

Jabour: let a self-aid housing scheme be
started now on the site of “Coconut”
village.

>

The presence in Barbados of the Building
Development Adviser to the Comptroller
for Development and Welfare enables such
a scheme to be tackled immediately with-
out waiting for the assistance of American
Poirtit 4 technicians whose qualifications for
such work are not as high as those of Sir
George Seel’s adviser.

There can be-no better way of honouring
Queen Flizabeth II than by restoring
Holetown to.a condition where it may once
again bear the name of a British sovereign,
and if a self-aid housing scheme is de-
yeloped: nearby then.a permanent adver-
tisement for Barbadian esprit de corps and
industry will have been created at the same
time.

ANCIENT: PLACES

THE need to educate Barbadians as to

the benefits which they derive from tour-
ism ought to be accompanied by greater
efforts to make Barbados attractive to
tourists. The suggestion that persons
should be fined for anti-social conduct
ought by now to have been followed by
disciplinary action against offenders. But
apart from keeping streets and public
places clean and tidy much remains to be
done for churches, monuments and historic
sites,
! Perhaps funds for such purposes might
‘be obtainable locally if more Barbadians
were to visit these places and contribute
something towards the upkeep of places
of interest in each parish.

tn St. James Church in the oldest part of
the Church where an old bell of 1696 is
displayed for visitors to see, the following
polite verses seek to obtain donations for
the Church. *

' “If aught thou hast to give or lend
This ancient Parish Church befriend

' If poor but still in spirit willing
Out with thy purse and give a shilling

! But if its depths should be profound

Out with thy purse and give a pound.

Look for no record to be given

But trust to thy reward in Heaven.”

It must be difficult for visitors to resist
such a charming invitation to part with
money; but how many Barbadians apaft j
from Church-goers of St. James ever
darken the doors of this parish Church?
It would seem that much of the neglect
of our things of beauty and of historic in-
terest is due to Barbadian lack of interest.
More could be done to educate the people
in this respect.



BARBADOS ADYSCATE

Barbados To Jamaiec |

(Continued from last Sunday) . i public square, Cartagena was,
La Guaira, really the sea-port fy A. S. Hopkinson think, the most distasteful of the)
of Venezuela as Bridgetown is the places that we visited, and this
\sea-port of Barbados, is a dusty went ashore in several paruieS was not because we didn’t sée the
little town planted on both the The group in which I WAS, principal attractions. There is an
hills and flats of the coastland. As fortunately, met a young Barba- appalling degree of abject pover- |
far as one could gather, it was gian who had a car and who wa’ ty and beggars, mostly ti cbil- |
still, being built, for there were i > 8 r is gr oy
eee : re Were «o glad to see someone from his Gren and old women, accosted us
many alf-completed bridges, }omeland that he offered to drive 5), along our way, Some of the
































sewage pipes, and buildings
around. Those roads that have
been finished have wonderful sur-
faces, but they are very few, the

place being criss-crossed by tracks

and paths which will one day,
presumably, be paved roads.
Everywhere work is in progress,

The place is studded with shops.
in some of whieh French

We met a
who told us that he had been in
Venezuela for just seventeen
months and that he intended to
return to France as soon as he
could, On the whole La Guaira is
not a very pleasant place: there
is a perpetual smell of mud and
dirt in the air, and the reddish
brown dust of the soil gets all
over you as you walk about. The
most encouraging places to the
tourist are the airport, some three
miles away in a westerly direc-
tion from the docks and the tour-
ist bureau, and our best memories
of Venezuela consisted in the
souvenirs that we brought away,
for they told us of areas a little
farther away where the country-
side was more beautiful and the
towns more finished and modern.
Af® about 6.00 p.m. we left La
Guaira for Curacao, we nearly
left a party of students ashore
also. ‘They had been pleased to
go up to Caracas in spite of the
risk that they would not get back
n time. They did reach back, well
laden with spoils, but had they
been five minutes later they would
have had to find other means of
transport to Jamaica. |
Before leaving La Guaira we
held what we called our first
‘Debate on West Indian Federa-
ion.” We atl assembled together,
fuianese, Trimidadians, Grena-
jians and Barbadians, brought
ait the stores of food that we had
‘ollected on the way, and began
.o eat with much noisy mirth and

yut arguments,

elk, without time wasted
houting each other down and
etting nothing done, in short
vithout all the humbug
Jarliamentary procedure which

nables us to govern the country
ot something done

ood, not with eloquent argu-

ompletely at one with

ve.
in the T-shaped
1arbour of
t 8 o'clock on
crambled a

Saturday, we

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iuced on fine art paper, and I

lefy anyone to put this book
wn under an hour for it is a
vasterly survey of all that is

sarming and beautiful in orien-
dart.

Houses On Coast

‘o The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—The cutting down of the
ne Manchineel trees on Rockley
each has rightly aroused the
eeling of your leader writer,
orrespondents and a large sec-
on of the public who are too
imid to deery this act of vandalism
1 print but do so vocally. But. is
ne taxpayer not entitled to ask
’ Government intends to continue
» permit the owners of land to
uild houses along the sea coast,
xelude the public from beaches

nd ruin the main attraction of
his Colony to inhabitants and
sitors alike.

Recently there has been in ex-
stence a draft Bill for the Pre-
ervation of Historic Monuments,
and even moge recently the Gov-
ernor has ap nted a Committee
.o deal with question of access
.o the sea, the purchase of coast-
al land and the preservation of
beauty spots. Such a Committee,
1owever, can only make recom-
mendations. These are piecemeal
ittempts to deal with a much
iarger problem. A Town &
Country planning Act which
would legislate for these and
xindred issues is what is required.

Some years ago a Town and
‘ountry planning Bill was given
its first reading and then aropped.
{f that Bill was unsuitable, in
the intervening years there has
surely been time for a Bill to be
drafted which would meet the re-
quirements of this Colony. A few
days ago an § account was made
public of the recent work of
members of the Secretariat.
Doubtless, it will have occurred
to your readers that many of the
measures contained in this ac-
count were far less pressing in
the interests of the Colony than
the sorely meeded Town and
Country Planning Act.

The post of Director of Public
Works has recently fallen vacant.
Is it too much to hope that in the
best interests of the Colony a
qualified architect with some
knowledge of conditions in the
Caribbean will be appointed. It
is understood that the architect
responsible for much of the re-
building of Castries and other

vy talk instead of by actions. We
all right; we American money, ‘
‘te our cakes. We federuted with which we had none. With much

nents! By that time we were more feurs
each services: the
tther than the several islands of arise
he West Indies can ever hope to languages (most of the tradesmen
spoke English) but out of their
landlocked own persistence. We all got onto
Willemstad, Curacao a bus,

us around for nothing. We saw
the city and the countryside, and
even dropped in at a friend of our
guide for drinks. Willemstad is a

neat and lovely city with perfect eyij-smelling patches of mud. It
roads and most attractive stores js a city of pretty women,
and homes, The shopping center, diers,
mostly on the streets themselves in the middle of the city, is not statues to patriots,

big, but it is everything else that

is is desirable; and the houses seem :
spoken, but hardly any English. to be owned by people for whom ng to return to the neatness of
French storekeeper cleanliness is above Godliness and 9¢lock.

everything else. You could hardly
see one of them that was in need
of a painting. But there is a
single distinct drawback: there is
a perpetual smell! of oil in the
air, coming from the refineries a
short distance away. Indeed, the
contrast between the immaculate-
ness of the Willemstad buildings
and the pungency of the Willem-
stad atmosphere leaves a strong
impression of doubt in the tourist s
mind as to the beauty of the
places. But, in our own minds at
least, a breath of fresh sea air
whisked away, the memory of the
oily scent, and only that of the
city itself with its simple charm
end quaintness remained.

We pur Curacao Uiuiid us at
il am., ob Daturaay, 1s ume
a PaSos.ngec Of tWu were 1ef
usnore aud had WwW empioy te
services Oi a launch lO ge. them
vu puara lhe Sap, Auower Ull-
~Velulur period ar s€a, We reaci-
cu Cairvageua ul Puiuuay al
around 1 p.m,, collected our shore
passes from the niet stewara,
and went ashore. The people in
Colombia are desperate: they are
all fanaticaly determined to sell
you something; little tortoises
(live ones), parrots, combs, whips,
and calabashes filled with gravel,
paired, ana filed witn handles
to enable their being used to pro-

vide a rhythmical background to
ybandon, Here was a debate with- sambas rhumbas and boleros. The
without senseless chauffeurs are equaily determined
in to conduct you around Cartagena,

for fantastic fares. In the first
place they accept no Caribbean

of dollars or British money of any

sort. Indeed it was hard to get
them to accept even Venezuelan
bolivars: all they would take was
or pesos, of

difficulty we persuaded the chauf-
that we didn’t need their

out of the difference in

apparently owned by a

private individual instead of a

hasty breakfast and bus company, and drove into the

Art In The East

By Hazel May

It takes the reader from the
pre-Han period — somewhere
about the beginning of the third
millennium B.C, when a culture
with pottery of a highly decora-
tive character was in existence in
the valley of the Yellow River—
through such things as the Period
of the Warring States to the
Chiang Dynasty.

The Chinese of the third cen-
tury, it appears, had very much
more idea of reproducing life in
pictures than Europe's artists of
the Middle Ages. (Remember
those farcical figures of heraldry,
and the fat figures of shapeless
saints on stained glass?) A
typical example portrayed in the
books is its reproduction of a
polychrome painting on hollow
bricks which was excavated from
a tomb in the neighbourhood of
Lo-yang. It depicts some aristo-
cratic ladies watching an animal
fight in the Shang-Lin Park, On
one side are the men, courteous
and aloof; on the other the ladies,

Our Readers’ Say:

works in the Windward Islands
is unlikely to continue there after
the end of this year. Such a
man would be eminently suitable
for the post of Director of Public
Works in Barbados. Or, are we
to be inflicted with an unquali-
fied person drawing a_ large
salary? Such an appointment may
be in the interest of a member
of the local Civil Service, but, it
is most certainly not in the in-
terest of the taxpayers who
provide ‘the salary or of the
Colony as a whole.

Yours faithfully,

BEACHCOMBER.

Driving Power

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR, —Your October 9th Edi-
torial sounds the warning that
Electricity is vital to growth and
development of a community and
that the position in this Island is
one which demands urgent
measures if the entire community
is not to suffer as a result.

In the same issue there is -an
announcement re current for
Coronation Decorations to be sup-
plied by one of the two spare
generators which are expected.
These are standby units only.

The Corporation is not trying
to hide the truth: the entire gen-
erating plant is now used, with
no reserves, and éven at full pro-
duction, falls short of the peak
demand.

Already the Sales of electrically
operated household equipment etc.
have been affected, expansion and
development plans cancelled and
heuse-building brought to a virtual
standstill.

But labour is suffering more,
The livelihood of masons, carpen-
ters, painters and so many others
is threatened by stagnation. They
are feeling the pinch already.

What is to be done? I am not
coming up with an obvious solu-
tion. I do know that it is essential
that something be done and done
soon, to make certain that this
island be given a fair chance to
grow and develop and expand
healthily instead of foundering in
the stagnation that is threatened
by the present policy of The Bar-
bados Electric Supply Corporation

difficulty did not



houses are beautiful most of ther
are miserable. The stores are huge
and solidly constructed, but all
around there are swamps and

sol-
stores,
beggars,,
swindlers and wretches. We were

trenches, large

ship and set sail at five
That night we held nd
“Debate on West Indian Hodere-
tion” on deck. By then our sup
plies of food had grown consid-
erably and we had added quite a
few pieces of musical instrumenty
to our little orchestra. Sunday
night the 29th of September was
undoubtedly the noisiest night of
Colombie-

our trip aboard the

Flashlight pictures were taken of
us as we tortured our vocal cords
with calypsoes and our stomachs
with cake. The French sailors
had never heard anything like
it. Many of them simply stood
aghast and looked on at us. Some
of them smiled and turned away.
None Ra them knew quite what
was happening. as we carous¢
late into the nfght. One by ae
however, we slipped away to
keep our dates with Morpheus
Monday dragged on, and we did
nothing in particular except pack.
On Monday night there was danc-
ing and a magic performance in
the first class lounge, and a few of
the students attended. That night
we went to sleep at mid-night.

Kingston on Tuesday morning
at 7 am. We landtd and made
frantic attempts to get through
the red tape of the customs depart-
ment before hunger overtook us.
At the wharf there were a few
of the undergraduates to meet us,
and, most heartening of all, Mrs.
Simmons the Assistant Registrar
at the U.C.W.I. We piled into
taxis and into the University bus
—a fantastic contraption driven
by a fantastic chauffeur who de-
lights in snaking through the
traffic at fifty-five miles an hour
and leaving even motor cyclists
far behind—and before long we
were at Mona, St. Andrew to be
met by our old school friends and
to find oursélves—those of us who
came from Barbados at least—on
the threshold of a career and in
the midst of a social arrangement
as absolutely different from the
one to which we were accustomed,
as could be imagined. Barbadians
have the privilege of advancing
five hundred years in time ahead
‘of their present position if they
only come to the U.C.W.I. I will
explain how and why next wcek,



elegantly ossiping. The vivid
picture of the elegant’and world-
ly society of the day, is startling-
ly alive,

There are some fine photo-
graphs of famous ieces of
Chinese sculpture, such as the
British Museum’s “Man Feeding
a Bird,” executed some time be-
tween the third and the fifth cen-
turies, and a beautiful little devo-
tional figure “Sakaya-Mui as an
Ascetic,” one of the Detroit Art
Institute’s Tzang treasures,

There is a _ fine section of
Chinese landscape paintings, and
a great many others featuring
the everyday life of the Chinese.
“Ladies Preparing Newly-Woven
Silk” and “Breaking Waves and
Autumn Winds” — a river scene
—are among the most charming
of these human studies.

This book brings oriental art
from the book-shelf of the con-
noisseur to the table covers of
the average reader. Buy it to
give away, and you will undoubt-
edly keep it.

-—L.E.S.

whether that policy is justifiable
or not.
Something must be done and
now! NOW ! :
W. THEROLD BARNES.

Dangerous Practice
To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR—Permit me to draw atten-
tion to a rather dangerous prac-
tice of residents of the Belmont
Road area,

These residents await until sun-.
down ,and deposit large piles of
refuse at the side of the highway.
Cyclists on their way from the
city are very often confronted with
blinding lights from oncoming
motor vehicles, and as a result,
they are unable to see these piles
and find themselves being jolted
from their cycles. Should one of
these unfortunate people (the
bread winner of a family) be un-
fortunate enough ‘to be thrown
from his cycle intd the deep gutter
or even under the. oncoming
vehicle and death or severe injury
occurs, thereby causing a family
to go starving for days, the result
of an enquiry will most likely be
death | by misadventure; but the
depositor of this stuff will never
be made to pay for his or her
negligence.

sg ay Authorities have
made provision by placing a recep-
tacle for stuff not this road, Sat
these people fail to make use of
same, Can nothing be done to
bring these people to their senses
before somebody pays for their
negligence in the loss of a limb
or even in his or der life?

Hoping that this -will catch the
eyes of those concerned and im-
mediate action taken before it is
too late, I look forward to a warn-
ing being given to these people.

. CYCLIST.

Congratulations
SIR,—Congratulations on your

leader in Saturday’s “Advocate”
re Rockley . Everyone I
have spoken to is horrified at the
massacre of almost a dozen beau~
tiful trees which has taken place
there. Tourists often comment
on the lack of trees and subse-
quent shade in this island. is
there no way of preventing this
vandalism? Is there no town
planning? No legislation to pre-
vent a recurrence of this sort?
What does the Civic Circle think
about it?

A LOVER CF TREES.





WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1952

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AS a result of his prison experience film Obtain your requirements of - - - i
producer Walter Wanger has organised: a LUMBER & SHINGLES
society named “Jobs _ Anonymous” to help WALABA POSTS, CEMENT
convicts.

It trains them for a new law-abiding life PAINTS and OILS
while they are still in prison. And they can GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS
choose their own trade or profession if they ona
do not already have one. All BUILDERS HARDWARE

Members of the society outside prison, ex- from
convicts and leading citizens, see that the WILKINSON & HAYNES & Cco., LTD.
men get jobs when they leave the cells. . ‘a

Mr, Wanger thought up the plan while uCcceSsSOrs
serving four months for shooting Jennings C. Ss. PITCHER & co.
Lang, theatrical agent for Mrs. Wanger—
Joan Bennett. Phones: 4413, 4472, 4687 Beckwith Stores

He insists that ex-convicts must run jobs
Anonymous. He feels that men who have
been in jail will trust others who have
shared their experiences. They know thei:
own kind know all the problems.

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IN Harvard University, 20-year-old Bor-
den Stevenson, son of the Democratic presi.
dential candidate, shares a room with Wil
liam Donner Roosevelt, aged 20, a grandson
of the late President. }

MOVIEMAKER Howard Hughes recently
announced the sale of his controlling inter-
est in R.K.O. Pictures Corporation, one oJ







by Mr. Ralph Stolkin, Chicago mail ordei 54” at $6.27
magnate.

Mr. Hughes will not be idle. He owns an :

Hollywood’s Big Six, for more thar fi} : ‘ 7
£ 2,530,000. ‘ A Bath Robe
The buyers are a group of business mer}, ¢ ) TERRY TOWELLING
from California, Texas and Illinois, headed i f/f s
é? Multi-coloured

aircraft works and has a large interest ir
Trans-World Airlines. His life story would
be a real Hollywood “epic.” Y)

CRIME in New York City is up 600 per
cent. over 1948, reports the Federal Bureau

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Towelling at $2.51

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DEEP SEA DIVER Otis Barton is trying} ae a
to beat his own world record of a 4,500 ft. [
descent to the ocean bottom. His rock bot- Gold, Green, Blue, Oyster,
tom objective now—5,280 ft. (one mile). On} nh TS

the way down he hopes to take pictures oif
fish with luminous spots on their sides, }
BESIDE UNO’s 39-storey green glass and]}
steel tower on New York’s East River stands]}
a brand new four-storey library and storage }}}
building. It is filling up so fast with paper
that it will have to be replaced or expanded |}
in three or four years. Last year alone UNC }
produced 46,000 documents, some running
up to 1,000 pages. This year the cost of UNC}}
and its paper work will reach a new high—}}
about £135 million.

RESEARCHERS in Chicago are hard at
work on a plan to replace the tattered maga-
zines in doctors’ waiting rooms with a film
projector to show films. They are consider-
ing this question: Would Rita Hayworth or
Clarke Gable excite or depress patients too
much?

AMERICA’S newest book on etiquette, by
Amy Vanderbilt, weighs 3 lb. and spreads
over 700 pages into every corner of daily life

Sample: Wives should beware of seeing
husbands off to work sfter breakfast in hair
curlers, wrinkled bathrobes and old shoes
with run-down heels.

Reason: Within an hour he will be in an
office amid row upon row of trim, glamor-
ous typists.

HAROLD TUCKER WEBSTER, creator
of one of America’s famous cartoon charac-
ters, Caspar Milquetoast, has died from
heart trouble, aged 67.

But Caspar will continue to appear in the
Herald-Tribune for a tinie. Mr. Webster pre-
pared cartoons months in advance, The
Herald-Tribune believes he would want it
to continue to print them.

a * *

HANDSOMELY, the New York Times
gives full marks to the Royal Navy for
being right at the top in technieal. progress
—and says the U.S. Navy can still learn
some tricks from Britain’s senior Service.

Hanson Baldwin, an ex-U.S, Navy officer
and the New York Times airy editor.
rated the British tops after W wisit to the
carrier Eagle when exercise’ Mainbrace
ended. ace Tae teas

He writes: “black ties at dinner, rum each
noon, pomp and tradition have not hobbled
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Countless Difficulties DR. STUART H.C. Ordinary
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Barbados To Be
Represented

In Chancery Suit

HIS LORDSHIP the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-

more, observed yesterday
difficulties” in the Panama
ing the legal position of the
On many of those difficulties,
His Lordship during the past two
days of legal argument, asked
for elucidations from Counsel,
taking into account certain pro-
positions and assumptions.
Yesterday Mr. W. W. Reece,

Q.C.,-Counsel for the plaintiffs >

again addressed His Lordship for
the entire day after doing so for
the greater part of the previous
day. He will resume his argu-
ment on resumption at 10.30
o'clock this morning.

When hearing continued yes-
terday, Mr» Reece referred to
the ease of St. Clair Vv.
Brougham which is reported in
the III Law Times Report, and
in which the Vice Chancellor
entered into a “learned discus-
sion” as to the legal position of
persons who put money into
hands of other - persons in a
fiduciary position.

Registered

After quoting at length from
the case, Mr. Reece drew His
Lordship’s attention.to the. fact
that in that particular ease the
society mentioned was formed for
the purpose of assisting people in
buying houses and it was duly
registered under the law. After
a passage of time, it not only
assisted the people who deposited
money.for the purpose of ac-
quiring. the houses, but also be-
gan to do a banking business and
it was held that, that society
acted ultra vires, and it was held
further that the people «did not
hold a fiduciary position.

He added that although it was
impossible to find a case on all
fours with that case, yet the evi-
dence given in the case before
them showed a striking likeness
in the evidence of the case which
he had cited, In the case with
which they were concerned, the
Panama_ Society, an association
of Barbadians founded
purpose of assisting its members
in the hour of distress, sub-
sequently bought properties out
of a loan fund. He was submitt-
ing that in so doing they acted
ultra vires as was held in the
case cited, and further that their
position was not a fiduciary pos-
ition between the Panama
Society .

No Suggestion

His Lordship pointed out that
there was no suggestion that
the Panama _ Society were the
trustees, and reminded Mr.
Reece that the evidence was that
the three people — tMe parties
to the suit — in respect of the
estates in their name,+ at the
same time admitting that the
money was not theirs. It was
not suggested that the Panama
Society to whom they could not
convey the property was in any
way involved, and therefore the
legal holdings could not be con-
veyed to them on behalf of ‘the

people who subscribed the ““Cinuse two and three of the 48 loose pumpkins 40 bunches and jf) WHORPE: History After natural, restorative sleep you awake in the morning with body

money argued that the Dill read as follows: — ._ 4 packages of fresh fruit and the 4H. ST. C. WHITE: Eng. Lang., Hise and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of the day.
wore rreeee. Soa t that. 2+ Notwithstanding anything yegular shipments of Demerara tory, French, Elem, Maths., Additional] Remember... ‘Ovaltine’ differs from other food beverages in

wee ta tee being contained in the Customs Tariff hardwood, 181 pieces of green- Peg Seer eerlinie Shenk Lan. Miqe | it@ mutritive properties and scientific com

that the three people«bought tne Te all On cies’ eanutactan ER eR: aes rene oe ree? Ee, "JH ALLEYNE; £ : : ; th arpa netiyeey gyn

estates with the money of the gon Giinhinony! ce: Eng, Lang,,

society loaned by the various Srematiet by S eenaeeeae nas ee GD. BLACKMAN: Eng, Lanw., Latin Take

people who subscribed | to the th. form contained in the First Another arrival. yesterday OW";

Joan fund. He said that the sub-
scribers’ money was used with
their knowledge by the Society

rt shall for the period of one year brought to the island 660 bags of »¢. ‘Att, History tin ek
for the purpose of. acquiring 0 sae the date of the coming into copra, 50 drums of cocoanut oil, —'F My CHARLES. Eng loos, ee
in ee doing eater theig operation of this Act be admitted 38 bags of peanuts, 2 bags of it Geography, French, Chemistry,
which was ultra Vist in their into this Island free of customs cocoanyts and 7 bags of pumpkins. ?""%° y cuir: scripture, Eng. Litt Sold in airtight tins by all Chemists and Stores.
constitution as set out in aity, The master of the schooner is Elem. Maths Chemistry , ‘
'Hlls Lordship asked where that |, 3 There, shall be endorsed on Captain Martin King and it is al80 so Mic prsnct Chom naa:
led, ‘and Mr. Reece contended the declaration mentioned in sec- consigned to the Schooner Own- “'R' .4°"GinsON: Eng, Lan’ Spanish, OVALTINE BISCUITS

that if that were so, then the

for the Will resume his argument.

that “there are innumerable
Estates Chancery Suit regard-

parties to the suit.

But His Lordship added that
they did not recognise the
Society, it being unable to hold
jJand in Barbados, and Mr. Reece
argued that they could not be'the
beneficial owners, and he was not
recognising them as such.

In reply to certain ass
put forward by His P,
Mr. Reece replied that the plain-
tiffs did. net represent any cestui
que trusts, but they were there
as trustees. He said they were
never cestui que trusts because
they acted as delegates for the
seciety © which . could never be
cestui que trusts. The plaintiffs
were only trustees, and there
was no contention between
cestui que trusts and cestui que
trusts, beca@ise it could not be
established that the Society had
any money in the fund.

Would End Matter

Mr. Reece sad they only
wanted to see that the’ money
went back to the people who sub-
scribed to the fund with which
the estates. were brought, and
added that such a step would,
he felt, bring about an end to the
matter.

Mr.
that in as

Reece contended further
much as the society
had attempted to defeat a le al
prohibition, by purchasing e
estates through, the delegates,
after having beén warned that
they could not hold land in Bar+
bados, the trust failéd. He
admitted that the “fee” might be
in the plaintiffs, but they had no
right to it, and the money should
therefore go back to the rpeople
who contributed it through the
loan fund,

At this stage, His Lordship
adjourned further hearing until
this morning when Mr. Reece

Sea Island Cotton
Goods Duty Free
In the Hotise of Assembly yés-

terday a bill was passed to pro-

vide for the importation into the
island free of duty for a period
of one year all goods made from

Sea Island Cotton. .
This bill was passed with a view

of fostering the development of

the Sea Island Cotton industry.

In order to afford proof that the

articles are made of Sea Island

Cotton, a declaration provided for

in Clause 3 of the bill would have

to be made.

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) introduced
the bill and said that since 1939
a similar bill was~ passed and
since then more bills have been
passed and it is now a period of
three years that this similar bill
has been in existence.



Schedule hereto, endorsed as pro-
vided in section three of this Act,

tion two of this Act a certificate

DRUGGISTS

Monday night at the Y.M.C.A.
Dr. A, L. Stuart gave a talk to the
various druggists of the colony on
the cure of various diseases such
as Diphtheria, Pneumonia, the
Common Cold, and Asthma.

A large number of druggists
and others interested attended
and especially when Dr. Stuart
talked about Acute Diseases there
was absolute silence.

The vote of thanks was neoved
by Mr. Olton, President of the
Pharmaceutical Society.

To-night at Colleton Plantation
yard Dr. B, B. Carter will give an-
other talk on the cure of general
disease.

On Friday night at the Y.M.C.A.
the Mobile Cimema will give a
show to the variows druggists
illustrating some of the talks given
during Pharmacy Week.

The Pharmaceutical society is
looking forward to seeing many
more people attend these shows
and talks, which they say should
benefit the general public.

SEA-EGGS

People in St. Philip are still
getting a full supply of sea-eggs
from the nearby Bays.

One of thé ‘Yesidents said yes-
terday that the only time sea-eggs
are not plentiful is when rain
falls heavily. During the past few
weeks sea-egg sellers from
around the Crane were passing
through Church Village in St.
Philip with their trays well pack-
ed, he said.

YAMS PLENTIFUL SOON

In a few weeks time, yams will
be plentiful a planter says.

In most of the country districts
planters have already ~begun, to
dig yams and a few have been
sold already. If the rain continues
to fall as it has been, most of the
yams will be soon available, he
said.

GENERAL CARGO

The S.S. Sun Prince one of the
Saguenay Terminals liners ar-
rived in port yesterday evening
from Montreal with general cargo
for the island. Also arriving was
the S.S. Canadian Cruiser.

The Sun Prince’s chief cargo
consisted of: 1,200 bags of poultry
feed, 3,000 bags of flour, 76,000
feet of lumber, 248 empty tin con-
tainers,

The vessel is due to leave port
shortly after discharging its cargo.
Local agents here are Messrs
Plantations Ltd.

RICE FROM B.G.

Another shipment of rice was
part of the cargo of the schooner
Frances W. Smith which arrived
in port yesterday from British
Guiana under Captain F. R.
Hassell.

Besides the shipment of 1,000
bags of rice, the 74 ton vessel also
brought 800 bags of charcoal, 56
tons of firewood, 32 bags of coffee,







morning was the 44-ton schooner
Belqueen from St. Vincent. It

ers’ Association,

Seventy-six out of 83 candi-_
dates from Harrison College have
qualified for certificates from the
Oxford and Cambridge Sch
Examination Board, with passes
at Ordinary Level as follows:-

E. E. BATSON;
Latin, Greek

J. M. BOYCE: Eng
History, Latin, Elem
Maths.

Cc. C. CADOGAN: Scripture, . Ene.
Lang., Eng. Litt., History, Latin, Flem
Maths., Additional Maths.

M R. CLARKE: Ens
Greek, French with Oral

N. E. CORBIN: Greek,
By! CUMBERBLATCH: Eng
witt

R. C. HAYNES: Scripture, Eng
Eng. Litt., History, Latin, Greek
Maths., Additional Maths,

R, L. HEADLEY: Eng
Latin, Greek, Oral French
K. R. HEWITT: Eng

Latin

R. R

H. A
tory
G.
Latin.
R. E. De C. MOPRIS: Eng. Lang.. H
tory, Latin, Oral French
E. R. PILGRIM: Eng
Latin, Greek,

Vv. R. SEALY Eng
Latin, French with Oral
#, E. SELMAN: Eng. Lang.,
Latin, Greek, Elem, Maths

J. W. ST. HILL
V. De L. THORPE
L. A. WARD: Eng
History, Latin, Greek
G. E. H. WARNER: Eng. Lang.,
tory.

M G D ATWELL; Eng. Lang.,
tory, Geography.

E. O'D. BRYANT: Eng. Lang., History.
Cc. A GITTENS: History.

N. E. HEADLEY; Eng. Long. Elen
Maths. Additional Maths , Chemistry,
*W. A, JOHNSON: Eng. Lang, Eng
Litt., Geography, Elem. Maths , Physic
Chemistry

A. G, JORDAN
G. E. MAYHEW
Litt., History

. E. PAYNE: Elem
A. RAMSEY: Eng. Lant,
C SANDIFORD: History
Me. D, SQUIRES: Eng. Lang

}
sols

Eng. Lavg., History,
Lang., Eng) Litt.

Maths., Additiomal

Lang., Latin,

Lang, Fog,
Bne.,
Elem,
Hist

Litt., ry,

Litt. History

Cc HEWITT
MARSHALL

History
Eng. Lang., His
E MORRISS: Eng

Lang., History

Lang., History

Lang Histor

History
History,

Latin
Lang.,

Latin.
Eng. Litt

His-

aye

Lang
Lang.,

Eng.

Eng. Eng

Maths
History

sox

Span-

>!

is.

G, STOUTE:
. A. THORPE: History
M. WATSON: History

H. A. WHARTON; _ History,

G. H. R. WILLIAMS Eng
History

M. G. WORME: Scripture History,

E. A. BAYLEY Eng. Lang., History,
Spanish, Elem. Maths,, Physics, Chem-
istry,

K. H. BAYLEY:

H. B. BLADES
Geography.

A. J. G. BROWNE
tory, Elem. Maths

History, Chemistry |
H,
Latin, |
Lang. |

i

Ene. Lang. History,
Scripture, Mistory,
Eng

His-

Lang

D, M. CHALLACOMBE:
Eng. Litt. History,
French, Chem#ry.
Cc A. EVELYN:
Geography, Elem. Maths.,
Maths., Physics, Chemistry
WN. T._ GIBBS: Scripture,
Lang., Eng. Litt. History,
Latin, Elem. Maths.,
Physics, Chemistry.
R I HUNTE;:
Elem. Maths.
FE HUTCHINS
tory, Geography, Elem. Maths., Physies. |
G T JOHNSON Eng. Lane. |
Eng. History

Litt |

Eng

Lang.
Geography,

Oral

Ene Lanu., |
Additional }
Kine |
Geography,
Additional Maths

Eng. Lang., History

Eng. Lang,’ His- |

Litt.,

M F. KING: Eng. Lang.,
History, Physics, Chemistry

R. 0. G. MARVILLE: Scripturé, Eng. |
Lang., Eng Litt , History, Latin, Elem
Maths., Additional Maths. Physiés.

K A_ ROACH: History |

F A SMITH: Eng, Lang. Eng, Litt. |
History, Geography, Latin,

A. BE. TAYLOR; Eng. Lang,
Geography.

G. U. TAYLOR: Elem

Eng

History;

Maths,

Eng. Litt, Geography, Elem. Maths.,
Physics, Chemistry, Botany
F BREWSTER; Scripture. Eng. Lang.

Elem. Maths.,
C G GODDARD;

Chemistry

Eng. Lang

)
W. E. BOWEN: Scripture, Eng :

Southampton,

to Messrs

fe. ve
Hinders Fis
Rough weat nd
uring
hing boats at
However the weather
yesterday and fis
tisk

HIGH PRICES

Because the food problem
extremely acute, provision vendors
are taking advantage of the situa-
tion, a housewife complained
yesterday. Breadfruits are sold at
prices higher than they should be
sold. Sweet Potatoes two pounds
for nine cents. English Potatoes,
twelve cents per pcund in some
quarters and 14 cents in others,
No yams can be obtained and
Fiour is. rationed in some areas.

Golfito Expected
Here Friday

The Elders and Fyffes S.S. Gol-

we t

At Travel Talks

t M

h t in yppy sea
the past few day held uy
beache
bette

went



Winston
of the Paradise
seach Club, and Mr. Peter Mor-
an, manager of St. Lawrence
Hotel represent the Barbados
liotel Association at the World
Travel Convention Society
Travel Agents to be held a
Miami within a week, is the resul
of the Association’s having re-
cently been admitted to member
ship of the A.S.T.A.

selection
nanager

ihe
a Ward,

vermen

ing

to

is of

Barbados on Monday for Puerto
Rico where they will stay ‘rce
days before going on to Miami fo
the five-day convention,

Besides representing the Bar-
bados Hotel Association, these two
delegates will represent the Bar-
bados Publicity Committee and
Messrs. Robert Thom, Trave:
Agents,

' The Convention is held annual-
y s > 7 Ee 2e ‘

fito is due to arrive in. Barbados jig se ae oe a az.
on Friday morning at daybreak Taylor of the Royal’ Hotel said
from ‘Trinidad and will leave the yesterday, The 1951 convention
morning at ten o'clock for was held in Paris. \

Mr, Ward and Mr. Morgan ex
pect to be away for about two
weeks.



same

The vessel which is consigned
Wilkinson and Haynes
Co., Lid, will be taking sixteen
passengers from this port for the
United Kingdom,

The launch taking passengers to
the ship will leave the Baggage
yarehouse at 8.30 a.m.



Rolex Watches

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane |



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Dont take chances
with your Sleep

r is rtant that you should enjoy natural, refreshing sleep

every ht. Your energy and fitness flargely depend upon it.
So be guided by the experience of countless thousands who make
delicious ‘ Ovaltine’ their regular night-cap,

Taken at bedtime, ‘Ovaltine’ provides special properties derived
from Nature’s best foods. These help to soothe nerves and body,
assist you td relax, and are conducive to sleep of the best kind.

sition, That is why
valtine ’.

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IMPORTANT — Note that the large size ‘Ovaltine’ tin contains 16 ounces.





delightfully crisp, ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits are





eople who subscribed the money #n one of the forms A and B, as French, Elem. Maths seat ideal for all . ‘Fhey are made from the finest

which bought the estates had a the case may require, contained 4fee _PoaTs C A_ GOODRIDGE: Scripture, Enx. ingredcoe, facing « proportion of “Ovaltine’, and

right to follow their money into in the Second Schedule hereto, or The cargo of the schooner Lang., Eng. Litt, Fen a ak

the land, and having liens on the to the like effect, certified on be- Marea Henrietta which arrived ;\, 7s in to ee. Bae a packet of ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits as well. You will enjoy

estates, take it out of the invest- half of the Federation of British jn port on Sunday evening from I. "BJO ha? Lane, Late their delicate and distinguished flavour.

ments made by the society. Industries or the Chamber of gt, Lucia under Captain B. Selby Greek, Elem. Maths. * In sealed airtight packages. P.C415
Could Not See Clearly Commerce of one of the places included an order of 1,600 posts pt, Mp XING. Eng. Lang. Eng. Litt
; ‘ ' mentioned in the Third Schedule om. Mens. enyiics, Botany, y

His Lordship pointed out that besides other general cargo of 38 J M MAYERS: Elem. Maths, Chem PPLE EPSPS LSLPLE PEELE PPLE LEER PALL ARA

on the one hand Mr. Reece was

> : ie v G B. MOSE: Latin Chemistry : :
‘ ; that the trust failed for bodies as the Governor-in-Execu- 94 cases of butter, 42 packages of Li pREcOn bg ie
unertsinty because it could not eet aeociey to yA menace 3 date fresh fruit and 64 bags of char- French, Elem, Moths, Addition wath. We have the following in stock

» determi , ibu- spec y notice in coal. This vessel is also consigned RB. C, QUINTYNE; Scripture, Chem- ‘enderle é *ross é >
poston ~ sae wot other tune newspaper or in the Official to the Schooner Owners’ hatte ty wotnte ao ae Tenderleaf Tea, Blue Cross Tea, Nevtar Tea, >
ha sex also 2 ing that the Gazette. iati - Le R. SMITH: Scripture, Eng, Kardomah Tea, Liptons Tea, Imstant Chase & ?
e Was also arguing a ciation, Lang. Greek, French x ¢
same people who could not be . F. diptYDOR: Ene. Lang. * % Sanborne Coffee, Maxwell House Coffee, @

> g " SERVANT ECTS lesen fe |

a wit hike obi House Clerk CIVIL F P 5 FUND i aid" oraa Lae Mathie x Nescafe. Al ;
class sd, 3 | ne a € S @ From Page . oO : Greek . SO
way of following their money. eligible for the scholarshi or ©. M. HARRIS; Elem. Maths, Addi- 5 : a ean , ial : > |
His Lordship said he could not Granted Leave See meovision ‘is Se ate tonal Maths, | $ Tono, Vitacup, Nutrogen, Milo, Sweet Milk g
see clearly what the results were for the Governor-in-Executive to J. M. Trevhane. “Prehen” P'°"? $ Cocoa, Cadbury’s Cup Chocolate, Van Houtan g
lin suc a cas At yesterday’s meeting of the ‘ E. R. WALRON wey Chocolate 2
in such a case, nor could he y determine other persons or classes ALROND: French x ocolate $
understand who were to follow vee oo Seely, "> D. Lee of persons who may benefit from vice" GIBBONS: General Mathe- e >
the money. arjeant, Clerk of the House was the training courses, G. T. GOODING lathe- : ‘ $

To this Mr. Reece replied that granted leave of absence for the Mr. A. E-S. Lewis (L) said that matics, erent we «Place Your Orders with Us Now ! 3
as soon as they tried to defeat the day’s meeting. soon Ministerial Status may be » K, De C, HINES: Eng. Lang - “ 4
laws of Panama and the con- Mr, H. Lisle Thomas, Deputy introduced and the time will come e - HDT hee tee Maths. JOHN aD. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. 4
stitution of their society, they Clerk performed the duties of when the Ministers should have N. E, REID: Spenish bg Dial 4335 athe Roebuck Street
acted ultra vires, and then the Clerk and Mr, D. A. Banfield was the power to select fit persons for 8. E. WILLIAMS: Eny. Lang .

trvst failed.

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hereto or of such other body or



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NEW!
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|} DWELLINGHOUSE—“Arch lle Clap-
DIED { FOR SALE | ham Road, Christ Church, Government
water and Electricit nstalied, for
ent | particulars phone 8346 2.10.52—3n
McKINGTRY—On October 14, 1952 Wal-
ter Leonard McKinstry at his residence AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION
Dunbeare, St. Lawrence Gap. Funeral
eaves his'late residence at 4.30 p.m ‘Gates tLe ae een de — en
voday for the St Leonard's Chyrch Zephyr 6. Like new only done) By instructions of the Insurance Com-
The MeKinétry family 6,000 miles. Phone 4486 or ie t0. _s pany I will sell at ' CRAIG'S GARAGE”
eat 4 ——_————— | SARERES. n | Roebuck reet_on FRIDAY 17th. at
THANE CAR—One. il) Ford Consul Apply | | Dalian “58 AUXHALL SEDAN CAR
s Dr. E. W. Storey. Phone 4002 or Office 5 a a.
x68 14.10 58-—t.4.n | Sei ater Sedan Car Vauxhall 14 Sedan
= i‘ ar in good working order, good tyres
zovsE—We Shtersteses tof CAR — Triumph Mayflower; Latest Battery Terms cash R. ARCHER
"thank all atten the | Model; 1,700 miles. 92:900. Dial s3s5.| “°C KENZIE Auctioneer. |
a “ot RO" Laie” Arnold a 14. 10, 52—3n | 15. 10, 52—3n, |
4 OT CATS OT BLY a | are cn
ether way Tr cieneen their sympathy. CAR—HFLLMAN convertible, owner
ri Rouse (wife) Daloges, Nigel, Rosie, | driven, only done 10,000 miles, A bargain. | UNDER ‘THE SILVER
Pat (childfen), Radcliffe, Lorenza, "ontaet Linton Bros. Dial 2023 HAMMER
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sisters), vee aehew! 15.10.08-—m ws _ a .
CAR—Ond (1) Ghrysler (Windsor) | , 2: Thursday: i6th by order of Mr
John Heller we will se)! his Furniture at
luld Drive Automatic Gears in perfect | 4 i"
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a Cyabeay — — % geenmes Rockers, Ornament Tables, Small Corn-
OALLENDAR—In treasured and fadeless er Cabinet, Morris Chairs, all in Mahog-
memory 6f ovr d@ar mother ond any: Uphols. Arm Chairs; (very com-
Louise. Callendar who fortable) Painted Tables, Rush Chairs
was cal @ rest on October 15th MECHANICAL and Rockers; Ottoman; Glass & China;
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who died on October 15th 1951.
One yearhas passed since that sad

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Dated this 13th day of October, 195: | . . :
‘ . ; 952 } AILING FRO UROPE . iat
To:—G. B. GRIFFITH, Faq Ms eR ear anaes 1952 The M.V MONEKA* wil }
Ag. Police Magistrate MS art A = ca cept Cargo and ussengers t '
District “A 3.8 ae Ma oe 3 ” 1982 Dominica, Antigua Montserrat
ORMOND SCOTT M 8. NESTOR, !4uy November, 1952 Nevis and St. Kitts, gnd Fassen
Applicant, (5 S$. BOSKOOP. 2ist November, 1952 gers only for St. Lucia. Sailing
N.B.—This application will be consid SAMING TO EUROPE Friday 17th inst
ered at a Licensing Court to be held atim s RANJESTAD 4th November, 1952 - .
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MA CE ls KA. i6th Qetober, 1952 ancy A
IL NOTI s is 2 Aide 10 TRINIDAD AND CURACAO ASSOCIATION ;
Mails for St. by the Sch. Mandalay I} |wt S BERSILIA, 13th October, 1952 Consignet, Tele. No 4047 |
will be closed at the General Post Office'y S WESTIA, 10th November, 1952 1
as_under )M S. BOSKOOP, 8th December, 1952

Parcet Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mai!| 5s. FP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., |
at 2.p.m., Ordinary Mai! at 2.30 p.m tai
today Agents

Mails for the United Kingdom by the}
8.8. Golfito will be closed at the Genera!
Post Office as under

Purcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mail
at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mail at 2.29 p.m
tomorrow

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Ct) ee S.S,..“BURMOUNT” Lond »n, 38rd Oct. 17th Oct. j

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i S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” London 15th Oct. 28th Oct. |

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‘aay SULTRY BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., 14.10 52--6n
Out_ of SSeonld of sorfow into “FULT | Wine Foes an Cothurs Auctioneers. ; ‘ t, il
octane ot ‘of rest. *)) POUL’ — Game Fowls (all Colours) 2.10. 92—21
God as Bauitifyl orden thave Turkeys & ones Birds, Gordon Cole c/o HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
tarold Proverbs & Co. Lt
chooses the Best cy o.52--2 GO E
ae he Boe ME 310.8 | VERNMENT NOTICES | vein ror Cowes tn
Roach and family, Gilkes family,] pOULTRY—Parks A class wing band | : 6th Oct
Graham family. 15.10.52—in. | ed, Barred Rocks, 5 months od. Phon« S.S. “PLANTER” . London, 16th Oct.
- 8565 38-10. 58—20. | S.S., “STRATEGIST” Liverpool 27th Oct.
FO ath of Mr. Edw:rd Adolphus Moore
‘OR RENT LIVESTOCK Information has been recéived from H.M. Consul, Ecuador, of For further Information, apply to...
- i Milch Cow fresh in milk giving|the qéath in Guayaquil, on the 29th August, 1952 of Mr. Edward Oo. LTD.
‘ , . — ents
‘ HOUSES Se ee ae Bi aa Cole. | Adolphus Moore, a native of Barbados. ee ee
far LEey > on > ata St. James 5.10.88-—30 15.10.52—1n. hi
newly-built house Has never been |~ 3 ok PRL cereTaa
Seen Bia-soane. dining MISCELLANEOUS Sa anadian 1) vational teams ips:
ing rooms â„¢ 7 A a
vonventence: Phone 2985. Mré.. cc POST OF COLONIAL TREASURER ST. VINCENT eg cy ie ane lS ae
Clatke 12.10.8220 : | -
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PLANTATION HOUSE, St ANTIQUES i ieee, cee Applications are invited for the post of Colonial Treasurer, St. ~~ SOUTHBOUN Sails = Sails ‘ a ene ‘dante.
. 6S 5 ‘. on
Lueg. Idenily situated Apply mas | Sereetaatatcess Early books, Maps, Auto-| Vincent, on contract, or secondm “nt, for a period of 3 years in the r ere 4 or at 14 Oct. 15 Oct
Husbands. James or Gorringes Antique Shop Canadian Crulser . 3 et 3 Oct 23 Oct
NOP Husbands, Crab Mil, St. ues Siomtng Royal Yacht Club, first instance. Opgntad Contirester 19 Oat. 1 Oe se hov. Nev. Shay.
17.9.52—t fn 2.52-t.f.n. | SALARY: The salary of the pést is at the rate of £1,100 per! (Suzan Chauenger ' “aNov. 7 Nov - 17 Noy. 4 ior
T & HOUSE — fully furnished, | SUBSCRIBE now to the Dally annum (without cost of living allowance) plus allow-| Jamsdian Crulser . 95 Nov, 28 Nov 8 Dee. .
SF, Ragga -Sen a i fin ovine. in ‘Be ie 4 ee, a few ances of £50 each as Currency Officer and Income NORTHBOUND an
~~ | days after publication in London. Contact Tax Commissioner. A transport allowance of £73 Attives Sails Sh rebel! 8
Ho PRWRLI. — st, Thomas No. 2.|Ian Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local Barbaded Merkadee Basten A. lene Halitex . Montréal
Highway 6 miles from Bridgetown, small | Representative. Tel. 3113 per annum is also payable, ady Nelson .. >3@ Oct a1 Get " Sets + oe 9 Nov die
nee “ it tara diet il “eon ‘7.4.82—t.t.n. | DUTIES: The Officer will be required to pérform all duties ha aoa Oe) wo” “gamer — Tee Me Oe
¢061 quiet home. 4942. 15.10. 52—In appertaining to the post of Colonial Treasurers In| cady Redney .. 20 Nov 22 Nov 1 Dec. 2 Dee 4 Dec wr
: 4 i : hatien er 28 Nov. 29 Nov _ 6 Dec 9 Dec a
FANHATTANC Fw on veo Wen, |POMILEC NOTICES addition, the office carries with it the following| GSESM2 Gruwer' 19 Dec. 20 Dec. = — 28 Dec. 27 Dec.
Christ Church from October ist, good appointments:— |
sea bathing. Fully furnished, all modern ee PP Collector of Custo?he i j
conveniences. Three _ bedrooms ch. NOTICE atop | Por further particniars, apply 1o—
Refrie., Garage, Servants’ aa Chief of Excise |
Se eae Re) Paitin Biker that it te tne intention Shipping Master | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
One ‘modern store. Part of No. 14) parish of Christ Church in this Island Registrar of Shipping


















































Swan Street entrance on Busby. Good
situation for a grocery. Apply to R. S.
Nicholls & Son, 18 Swan Street.

‘ 15,10.52—t.£.n,

TH—Balmoral Gap, Hastings,

to cause to be introduced into the Legis-
lature of this Island a Bill authorising the
said Commissioners to pay to Mrs. Wapole
Waithe, the Widow of Mr. Dudley Waithe,
who at the time of his death was a casual
employee of the said Commissioners, a

upstal it, 3 bedrooms, gas, electricity,
gratuity equal to one-third of the wages
ail Soaupaleniens, From Nov. 1st. Phone | paid to the said Dudley Waithe during the
2—t.1.".) three years immediately preceeding the

date of his death.
Dated this 13th day of Octobec, 1952.
YEARWOOD & BOYCTY,
Solicitors for the Commissioners of
Highways of the parish of Christ
Chure)

Se
Two offices at 48 Tudor Street, Apply

Cecll Jemmott Phone 4563.
15. 10, 62—1n

“WANTED
HELP

ay a Man with -

) eral Customs i ana Office
work, wen, Fogarty (miages

a

aera 14.10.8%-—t.f on

MISCELLANEOUS

————_—___ -——_—-
see BUNGALOW — - American
family ires to rent on Lease, furnished
bungalow along the Sea Const with two] Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co. No 1%,
bedrooms, linens, cutlery, stove and| High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on
Refrigerator for one year or over, from | or before the 4th day of December, 1952,
1fth November 1952. Reply: Lionel G. | ofter which date I shall proceed to
Lancaster, Constructor Bechtel, Apt. distribute the assets of the deceased
155, Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela. soar the parties entitled thereto having
12,10,52—7n. | regard only to such claims as I shai
then have had notice of, and I will not
be Hable for the assets or any part thereof
$0 distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim # shall not have had notice
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay
Dated this sh < of October, 1952.
HENRIETTA MILDR&D BLOW,
Sole Qualified imhepouteie of the Will of
John Jellings Blow, deceased.
1.10.52—4n
————————



The Estate o'
JOHN JELLINGS BLOW

NOs 1s
Persons havin:

the Estate o'

that all
John Jellings Blow who



send particulars of their claim duly
ed to the undersigned, in care of

HIP "BATH — A hip bath

"PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving eredit to my wife, Olga Crawford
‘nee Sobers) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone e'se con-
tracting® amy debt or debts in

State price
14.10.52—4n.







uniess by a written order signed OTICE
oe ee B. el N
Japham Hill, Ch h. No, 22, Is hereb:
- . y given that it is the intention
Near Clib Morgan. of the Vestry of the Parish of Christ

14.10.52—4n. | Chureh in this Island to exuse to be in-

The public are hereby warned agsinst Roo into the Legisiature of this
giving credit to my wife, ENID GOOD- TA }

a) A Bill authorising the said Vestry

RIDGE (nee Edwards) as I do not hold ‘6 wales a idan ne Xceeding $12,000.00



for her or anyone




for the purpose of
ing to be used as qui

my name by a written order! sf the Almst f the satd parish in
signed by me. vubstitution soe, the cxsting. wooden
"Slag." EGERDON qe yullding which is considered to be beyond

ican’ - repair, such loan to be repaid by 15

annual instalments of $800.00 each, com-
mneneing on Slst October 1954, with inter-
st on tle principal sum for the time
being ow'ng at a rate not exceeding 5%
per annum.

(b) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension payable to Mr.
Roland Eversiey as from 24th September
1082 on his retirement from the Office of
Poor Law Inspector of the said parish,
to take into account the five years during
which he held the office of Assessor of

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Harold Proverbs &
Co., Merchants of High St., holders of
L'quer hicense No. 1091 of 1952 granted
to them in remnect of a wall building at
South District, George for permission
te use said Heubr Heense at a wooden
building attached to residence at Taylor's
Gap, Delamere Land, St. Michael
D-ted this 14th day of October, 1962,

To:—E, MeLEOD, Bsq , he said parish notwithstanding that such
aie Magistrate, term of service was not continuous with
District “A”™ hie remaining term of service with the

JOS. ST. HILL,
forApplicants,
PR—This application will be consid

aid Vestry.
ic) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
nh computing the pension to become pay-

ae at a Licensing Court to be held at] \ble to Mr A. Colemay on his retire-
~oliee -Courty. District “A on Monday | ment from the service of the said Vestry
the 27th day of October, 1952, at 1!/ to take Into account the ten years during
o'c'ock, a.m which he held office with the Commission-
E. A. McLEOD, evs of Health and the Commissioners of

«Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” Highways respectively of the said pawish
15.10.62—1n | notwithstanding that such term of service

was not continuous with his present term

“wf service with the Commissioners of

Highways of the said Parish
Date@ this 13th day of October,
YEARWOOD & BOYCFK,

Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish of
TABLE TENNIS

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
JACKS

15.10.52—3n.
| SE
SNAKES & LADDERS
| are at }
} JOHNSON’S STATIONERY \

CHINE CHECKERS
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1952.

ADVOCATE
STATIONERY

HASTINGS



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LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane

GREYSTONE,



Just the little shop in the village
whete the Best Books, Stationery





and Xmas Cards are now on show

Give 2 names of famour places in
Barbados the initial letters of
which form an acrostic of famous
fuel in Barbados

—TO-DAY’S QUIZ—





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connected with
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Clues: ist an ani.

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The “STAR BUDS”

DANCE AND THEATRI-
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Enroll you! Classes now
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Adults. Contact the Princi-
pal.or Secretary

c ANASTA



MISS JOYCE CLARKE

Assistant. Secretary MONOPOLY etc., ete., ete.

good Exercise
peg MISS PAM POLEGREEN, |,
Hastings
Vpn erento

HEREBY GIVEN
any debt or claim against

died in this Island on the 19th day of
September 1952, are hereby requested to

Receiver of Wrecks

Manager of Government Savings Bank.
The Colonial Treasurer is a member of the Executive
and Legislative Councils and various Boards and
Committees.
He will also be required to undertake sueh other
duties as may from time to time be imposed on him
by the Laws of the Colony or by the Officer Admin-
istering the Goveriment.,
Quarters aré not provided,
Leave is governéd |y local Regulations for the time
being in force in the Colony, but the present rate of



QUARTERS:
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leave for officers On contract is one month for éach SOUTHBOUND
completed year, or ot e week for each completed period 8.8. “COLOMBIE”. Sailing September 24th, 1952. C: at
of three months resident service. din. on ee La bas orc SE in Cartagena and. Jam a
PASSAGES: Free first class passages are paid by Government for 8." ”. ng October alling a
the Officer and his family on first appointment, and Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica.
on termination of appointment. Leave passages are NORTHBOUND
not provided.
a ; . ae S.S. “COLOMBIE”. Sailing October 5th, 1952. Calling at
Applications should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Martinique, Dominica, Guadaloupe, Southampton &
Windward Islands, St. Géorge’s, Grefada, and should reach him Le Havre.
not later than Ist November, 1952. S.S. “DE GRASSE”, Sailing October 28th, 1952, Calling at
15.10.52—3n. Southampton and Le Havre.
———————————_ ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL,
LORRIES, TRAILERS AND TRACTORS—INSPECTION FOR |
E aN y ,
RENEWAL OF LICENSES FOR 1952—53 R. M. JONES & Co., LTD.—Agents
Applications for inspection of lorries, trailers and tractors used PHONE 3814
‘or agricultural purposes only may be submitted to the Transport) % totale oto ot tet etet ot otetet eA



Section of the Department of Highways and Transport before the
Sth November, 1952. |

2. Forms will be supplied or application to he Depa im mt of |
lighways and Transport (Transpo 't Section) but will not be my
nrough the post.












SP.CK. Book Department

|

8. Inspection of thése vehicles will commence on Monday, 37 |
November, 1952. ’ ~ .
|
4, Vehicles will only be inspected as above if they are already | €. F. HARRISON & Co. .



‘ . |
registered for the period 1951—52 :. . .
A. Few Titles from Our Extensive Stock . .

STEAMBOAT GOTHIC : Frances Parkinson Keyes

HAPPY RETURN : Angela Thirkell

CAMPBELL’S KINGDOM : Hammond Innes

COMPLETE PROFESSOR CHALLENGER STORIES :

Conan Doyle

THE MAROON : Cunliffe Owen
| CASE LORE : Leaves from the Notebook of a Professional
)

R. T, MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Bridgetown,
llth October, 1952.



Accountant

PRIVATE ARMY : “Popski”

BOLIVAR : Salvador de Madariaga

EMILY POST’S ETIQUETTE

FANNIE FARMER’S BOSTON COOK BOOK

FAMILY MEDICAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA

WITH THE WEST INDIES IN AUSTRALIA : “Johnnie” Moyes

OXFORD BOOKS : Oxford Atlas, Oxford Book of English
Verse, Oxford Companion to the Theatre, The King’s
English : Fowler, Modern English Usage : Fowler

White shoes, to pass muster
in company, must be spot-
less, immaculate. Use |
Propert’s White Renovato
or Propert’s Shuwhite. No “
surer way of making sure > ;
that white shoes are white? }

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2. F. STRAKER (106 1b) vs. A. ROWE (107 1b)
3. R. GITTENS (132 1b) vs. H. LEACOCK (128 1b)
4. CUTTING (116 Tb) vs. LINTON (118 Ib)
5. C. GRIFFITH (135 tb) vs. LEWIS (132 1b)
6. CHESTER HOLDER (145 Tb) vs. A.N. OTHER

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———



a Jamaica JIntercolonial Rifle Meet errr

Beat B G. All keen Rifle shots are eagerly The teams from Br. Guiana and 4—6.30 a.m.—600 yds.; Event No. |
2 awaiting the Intercolonial Prize Trinidad will arrive on Thursday, 6—1.00 p.m—500 yds }

neeting of the Barbados Rifle As- October 23 and the Inter-Colonial Wednesday, October 29—Event | )
ociation which starts on Satur- Events will take place on the No. 2—-6.30 a.m.—300 yds. Event |
n es day, October 18 with the shoot for 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th with the No. 7—1.00 p.m.—600 yds.
the Trumpeter Cup and concludes Anchor Cup shoot on October 30. Thursday, October 30—Anchor
*

~Oe

$4O40-8

: > on Thursday, October 30 with the The dates and times of the sev- C —12 —. ‘
GEORGETOWN SG oa 14 Inter-Colonial shoot for the “An- eral events are as follows: — sae pas. 2 er
x 2 oe > chor Cup” by Teams representing Saturday, October 18.—Ist Stage ntries . iti

A glorious face-saving century Br Guiane, ‘Trinidad and Barbas Trumpeter Cup—12.30 p.m.— 200, clase ue Saturda, 1s eee
by Bruce Pairaudeau could not go. ’ , 300 and 600 yds. I ot ane = Seeder, > ee
steer B.G, clear of a crushing The Local Events start with Monday, October 20.—The Bar- October at om. enemas. PO
eight wicket defeat in the opeR- the Shoot for the Trumpeter Cup bados Police—4.00 p.m.—300 yds.
ing Test against Jamaica which for members of the B.R.A. on Tuesday, October 21.—The Bar- r
ended on Monday before a re- Saturday, October 18, with the bados Regiment—4.00 p.m.—300 Tornado Team
cord-breaking holiday crowd. Final Stage on Saturday, October yds.

Valentine, probably produced his 25. This beautiful Challenge Cup Wednesday, Oct. 22—The Bar-
best bit of spin bowling ever seen was presented by the makers of bados Cadets—4.00 p.m.—300 yds. Return Honte
on a turning G.C.C. wicket, in “Trumpeter Cigarettes” and the Thursday, October 23.—Falling
taking six for 110, winner receives a miniature of the Plate—4.00 p.m—200 yds. 7 :

ite Pairaudeau’s century, Challenge Cup. : Friday, October 24.—“The Ma- _ After the Barbados-Trinidad
an Sed seeeee only .. There are also Competitions for jor Griffith”—4.00 p.m.—600 yds, Itercolonial Tornado tourna-
- could scrai the Barbados Police, The Barba- Saturday, October 25.— Final ment which was concluded on






























2 in the second innings, leav-
ed Jamaica with a mere $5 to - oo and The Barbados Stage Trumpeter Cup—12.30 pm, Sunday with an open race, some
i d which they scored for pjote” Corps and a_ “Falling —300, 500 and 600 yds. members of the team left by the
= = a ahaa Plate eneeeioo fer ee wr October 26.—Event No. 9.30 p.m. plame the same day | wu
. _. oresenti .R.A., The Police, 1—6.30 a.m.—200 yds. th home
For the second Test — The R mt and the Cadets. Monday, October 27.—Event No. gag F nah wae Mr. Roddy
aan va an a s -_ eee rays very an ‘oe a.m.—300 yds. Event No. Bynoe, left yesterday evening. _ Veille
ringing . H. Thoma: those interested are cordially 3—1.30 p.m.—500 yds. ode tavyi
David Hill in place of Lennie, invited to attend, Tuesday, October 28.—Event No, » Roddy Bynoe is staying
Thomas and Vibart Rodney. over to join the staff of Messrs.
SCOREBOARD Jason Jones and Co., Ltd. IN ASSORTED
B.G.—First Innings -. 336 ————— ESIGNS
JAMAICA —First Sento ad D iad R | D
8.6— ~g jiamo ings } Sizes :—
L. Wight lbw. b Valentine 2 ;
Le vane 1 SIPRCTAL CASH OFFER 54 x 54
G. Gibbs b Miller : LOUIS L. BAYLEY 72 72
R. J. Christiani b Valentine 30 ° Bol - x
J. L. Thomas c Rae b Scott 6 ton Lan 72 x 108
G. Persaud b Valentine 12
N. Maynard ¢ Prescod b Scott o » 90 x 90
t ,
Â¥ moaned ck biValentine a STHMA s CUS 108 x 108
jaskin b Goodridge %
B. Gichop b Valentine 1 E Loosened First Day
Extras
20 Don't let couxhing, sneering, chok-
290 ks of Bronchitis or thm,
HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor starts the game between Carib i a Wee Wie stoeee clit intackr: Annan
Bears and the Island team at Y.M.P,O, last night. Fall of eee 1 a a SUITABLE FOR WATER OR GAS day or night without trying MIEN-
4—185, 5—201 . . ¥ ” en not a
4 9-272 : : smoke, injection or spray, but works
BASKETBALL BOWLING ANALYSIS | ow {rrowtend beonchial tuben. 7
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JAMAICA—Second Innings
Bonito 1.b.w., b Rodney

e sv Thorbourn ¢ Wight b Rodney u
Cs Binns not out 4
a am = Bonito not out oo

Total for 2 wkts

His Excellency the Governor Sir Alfred Savage and pai) of wickets: 1—4, 2-23.
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Lady Savage attended the final game in the Basket Ball “Rw

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ended their tour unbeaten by defeating the island team

30--21 in the most closely contested game of the series. CLesarewitch

Before the game started, the players of both teams were

sented to His Excellency. ] yer , ’ "
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by His Excellency, was fast from

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UA>Mi\V IM TIMER li, IM1 Countless Difficulties In Chancery Suit EOS LORDSHIP tlM Vice Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymore, observed yesterday that "there are Innumerable difficulties" In the Panama Estates Chancery Suit regarding the legal position of the parlies to tiw PBtt. '>n many vt those difficulties, but Mis Lordship added that His Lordshi]) during the past two they did not recognise the ..ayi of legal argument, asked St.iety. it being unable to hold from Counsel, land In Barbados, and Mr. Reece into account certain proarued that they could not be th. C Counsel for Hie plaintjffft In reply to certain assumption-* again addressed His Lordship tor put forward by His Lordship. N day after doing so (or Mr Reece replied that the plainthiureatw purl "f the previous tilts did not represent any cestui H will resume hi* .trguque truaW. but they were there iui.it on resumption at 10.30 as trustees. He said they were • %  clock this morning. never cestui que trusts because Whan hearing continued yesthey acted as delegates for the Mr Reece referred to wcicty which could never be the case of St. Clair V. cestui que trusts The plaintiffs Br< ugham which is reported In were only trustees, and there the 111 Law Times Report, and was no contention between in which the Vice Chancellor cestut que trusts and cestui que entered Into a ieamed discustrusts, because it could not be sion" aa to the legal position of established thai the Society had persona who put money Into any money hands of other persons In a RARBAIMW MiVlK'.VrK rM'.l FIVE BdqeiOTy position KcgiMcred After quoting the fund Would End Matter they Mr Reece said only t length from w ntod lo „.<. that the money went back to the people who subscribed to the fund with which the estates were brought, and thfl aa. Mr. Reece drew Hi: %  Hon. to the tact that in that particular ease the imimoncd was formed for -~. wank the i. nuoaoof assisting people In d And %  > cta on all rlKhl 1O ,, nm j th e money should ti Bui case, yet the evitlu .„.# ore go back to the .people dence given in the case before w||y l on t r ibutel it through the them showed a striking likenjs j 0i(|l f un ,i T '' %  '* %  %  **Wi At that stage. His Lordship tOURsfjd further hearing until this morning when Mr. Reece irgument. DR. STUART ADDRESSED DRUGGISTS Iftoatat) night at the V H I A Dr. A. L. Stuart gave a talk to the varietal diuggists of the colony on the cure of various disease* such as Diphtheria. Pneumonia, the Common Cold, and Asthma. A large number of druggists and others interested attended and especially when Dr. Stuart talked about Acute Dkvases there was absolute silence. The vote of thanks was moved by Mr Olton. President of the Pharmaceutical St* IM) To-night at ColleUMi Plantation yard Dr. E. B. Carter will give another talk on the cure of general dateeaM On Friday night at the Y.M.C.A. the Mobile Cinema will give a show to the various diuggists illustrating some of the talks given during Pharmacy Week. The Pharmaceutical socletv is looking forward to *e. mere people attend these attain and talks, which they ... benefit the general public. s \-LGGS People in St. Philip are still getting a fall supply of sea-eggs from the nearby Bays. One of the Residents said yesterday that the out) time sea-eggs are not plentiful i> when rain falls heavily. During the past few weeks sea-egg sellers from around the Crane were passing througci Church Village In St. Philip with their trays well packed, he said. YAMS PLENTIFIL SOON I I.C. Ordinary Level Results Seventy-.., R3 n. quahned tor certilicuteI Oxford and Cambric.^ Examination Board with pa*se$ at Ordinary I-vr! k. Ml I E BATSON Ena. l-i ti Ini l.ill Huturt Uhn. Hem . Additional Mall.. H Cl.AHKF. Ena La—, UtBS r. CORBUM 1 kaBJ i %  I i ins 1 K C HAYNES <*<• iplure Ena Ens Ull. Ml.toi.. 1*1.. Math. AddH^.n-i Math. M l. KIAIUJV > | I Oral Eranrh K R NtWITT En* Ull M-t n Rough \\ ratlin Hinders Fishit'g Rough weather and .1 euiing uM %  I %  HIGH PRICEG the load pet %  n vendon ItOll -I'M iff %  prices higher than thej !-ie> ti\,. ihtiuxl twelve cents p< i pcund .ir>d it etnti in olton, %  H A MARSHALL En* | too L-SM. h .. I'iy LJIIII. Oral I iri.i h E R PIUIRIM Ens Laii* Hl.l.. %  l-tm i.r.ra 1.1. SCALYEn, %  HM-H Mia agXUAM EM Laa*., Hut rr. I %  M.l. A -1 Ull 1 \ D* i. Tiumri L A. WAI1U Kna I*.,,. Ena L..I HUUit). Latin Um> O E H WARNER Enj Lang H..lerj MOD ATWILL Lria laUag. feUa %  . O-uarapAv E UD UHtANT tr.fl 1 .1 in.' C A CHTTEN* Hl.tt.rv 1* B II.AIIIIV l.i. l-.n. g>n> Math. Addiiiouai Math. "W A JOHNSON I r>a I ana I.m Ull. Oroaraph. Elrro Ma' Hvrv Friday The RUotl and Fyffe> S.S. Gol.1 tO arrive 111 r %  I I :iiik a; BSD O'clock for %  1 rlaynes Co. Ltd, UI to I 1 United Ungdom. Tin' lauiM n 'nhlrg pa •he Bhlp wnl lOKVa the Baggage e at 8.30 a.m. Ithirhaifos To lit Ki-|>r4'S4-nt" relti %  Miami arttl trsa resul'. of the A • ivtng re%  s T.A. Mi W.u.1 and Mr, Morgan left on Monday for Puerto Rico where Itoj will %  %  tj COnVOaattgaS, Besides representing the Bar%  . %  drlegntes will ri'Uie-igtl Ufel H.o bados Publiiii> Coenn Mewrs. Robert Thorn. Trave. HMta 'vention i* held annualtto biggest meeting >l Ita kinii. in the world, Mr. A. M. I tiki Ron) Hotel said The I9.M %  d, and Mr. Mori past Ui be away for „' %  LOI'IS I. RAYI.1V lliiliiin Lane What fvnt* rahm cmAd tkut bt? . wonderful m^cntbf Aristae < h.. %  "> he had cited In the casM wlili which they were concerned, the Society, an association ,r Barbadto bunded for the*' 11 rMume hts purpose of assisting it* members —: in the hour of dLstress. subMquantly bought properties out of a loan fund. He was submitt11 so doing they acted ultra vires as was held In tha ease eited, and further that their position was not a fiduciary position between the Panama Society. No Suaceslion Sea Island Cotton Goods Duty Free In the House of Assembly yesterday a bill was P*-ed to provide "for the importation into the Island free of duty for a period of one year all goods made from His Lordship pointed out that gen Island Cotton. U no suggestion that This bill was passed with a view the Panama Society were the „f fostering the development of and reminded Mr. | ne Sea Island Cotton industry. Reece that the evidence was that j n ordcr to afford proof that the the three people — tRe pertles cr ticles are made of Sea Island Cotton, a declaration provided for In Clause 3 of the bill would have In a few weeks time, yams will be plentiful a planter says. In most of the country dlstrieU planters have already begun to dig yams and a few have been sold already. If the ram continues to fall as it has been, most of the yams will be soon available, he said. GENERAL CARGO The S.S. Sun Prince one of the Saguenay Terminals liners arrived In port yesterday evening from Montreal with general cargo for the Island. Also arriving wa< tto SS. Canadian Cruiser. The Sun Prince's chief cargo consisted of: 1.200 bags of poultry feed, 3.000 bags of flour, 76.000 feet of lumber, 248 Otaptg talner-(. The vessel is due to leave port shortly after discharging its cargo. Local agents here are Messrs Plantations Ltd. RICK FROM it i. JORDAN l I O gMAYHEW K>.s Lanf BOB latt. Hassan) %  I C. PAYNE Etem Malli< K A RAMSEY En. Lan| a lliatol) * tHANIIIMIKD II ilei r Mr D BWnRBBl Una B*' %  v Q fOUTI it liriiUatij W A THOKIT II • i M. M WATSON Hutan N A WHARTONL HI'IOK, Lain. G 11 H WILLIAMS Ens Lana to the suit — in respect of th> ut their name. at the I me admitting that tho (o ^ miK i ei i theirs. It was not suggested that the Panama Society to whom they could not : .e property was In any %  raj involved, and then legal holdings could not be con on beli.. subscribed tho M 1 E. Cox Introduced the bill and said that since 1039 a simllnr bill was passed and n more bills have been vcyed to then who money Mr Reece evldenoo did %  ./•' Fince then more fore ine tKiftra ,, nd it „ now a period of "" thiee yean* thai this similar bill has been in existence. Clause two and three of the h bill read as foil 2. Notwithstanding anything contained in Wic Customs Tariff Act, llfll. or any Act amending tbe Til articles manufactured from'Seu Island Cotton which are accompanied by a declaration in the form contained in the First I ugf HU 3. There shall be endorsed argued that not support that ntentinn, the evidence bOmf that the three people bought the estates with the money of tho am ^' society loaned by the various people wgio subscribed to the fwI fund^ Ho ..Id Ihol lh|subhctc c „ dor ,, „, pro ,M ll.irla.i.v,. doing something fiom the date of the eommg nto which was ultra vires to their gW}g" ' lh J *f • admi,ted constitution as set out in their "p this Island fn dut ; Hi. Lordship asked where that I,,I and Mi Raeoa contended the declaration mentioned In seethat if that were so. then the lion two of this Act a certificate people who subscribed the money in one of the forms A and B. as whuh bought the estates had a the ease may require, contained right to follow their money into in the Second Schedule hereto, or the land, nnd having liens on the to the like effect, certified on beestateft, tak.n out of the Investhalf of the Federation of British nients made by the society Industries or the Chamber of Could Not See Clenrly Commerce of one of the places His Lordship .minted out that mentioned in the Third Schedule M the one hand Mr. Reece was J^? 0 " * £* ,h body or arguing that the trust failed for bodlra %  -" " Governor-in-p.xecuun^rta.nty because it could not ive Committee may from time to be determined who the contribu'">* apeeify by notice in a dally tor. were, and on the other hand PWS P"P" '" the Ofncial he wa 8 al*o arguing that the Gtte. ^ same people who could not be nod and could not be classified, still had a claim by way of following their money*. i Iship said he could not • MI\ wh.it the results wenin such a case, nor could he At yesterday's meeting of the understand who were to follow House of Assembly. Mr. D. Lee the money. Sarjeanl, Clerk of the House was To this Mr Reece replied that granted leave of absence for the as soon as they tried to defeat the day's meeting. Panama and the conMr. H. Lisle Thomas, Deputy lUtUtaOn of their sieietv, they Clerk |x-rformed the duties of acted ultra vires, and then the Clerk and Mr. D. A. Banfleld was appointed to act as Deputy Clerk Another shipment of rice was parl of the cargo of the schooner Frances W. .Smith which arrived in port yesterday from British Guiana under Captain F It Has *LL Resides the nhipment of 1.000 bags of rice, the 74 ton vessel also brought 000 bags of charcoal, 58 tons of firewood, 32 bags of coffee, 48 loose pumpkins 40 bunches and 4 packages of fresh fruit and the regular shipments of Demerara hardwood, 181 pieces of greenheart and 176 pieces of more. •• BAGS COPRA Another arrival yesterday morning wai the 44-ton schooner S'laureti 'nun St. Vincent. It brought to the Island 680 bags of copra, 50 drums of cocoanut oil, 38 bags of peanuts. 2 bags of cocoanuts and 7 bags of pumpkins. The master of the schooner is Captain Martin King and it Is also consigned to the Schooner Owners' Association. M O WORME BertBlMtl 11 *: A BAYI.EY En* l-an. M %  aw .h. Elan. Math. wVm IIS K 11 BAYLEY Ena l.n UaSHlJ M H nt^pEi a J n RROWNF. >,, i..,.. Hklory Elam IEBSS D, M CIIA1.I.ACOMBE Ens l+,t gag 1 '" "1 % %  1 %  rh. Chamflry. lr„ c. A 11 EVELYN. Ena Lafw, Mau w N T OIBBM Hrnpuow. Eaat lataa UU Elam Mats.. A'. Elrm Malh. Pl.jii.a Ens E T JOHNSON En Lana M ,lN'. l.M POSTS The cargo of the schooner Marea Henrietta whirh arrived In port on Sunday evening from St. Lucia under Captain B. Selby included an order of 1,600 posts besides other general cargo of 38 bags of cocoa, 13 bags of cocoanuts, 24 cases of butter. 42 packages of fresh fruit and 84 bags of charcoal. This vessel is also consigned to the Schooner Owners' Association. House Clerk Granteil Leave CIVIL SERVANTS FUND % From rage 1 eligible for the scholarships or courses. Provision it also made for the Governor-in-Executive lo determine other persons or classes of persons who may benefit from the training courses, Mr. A. 1.. S. Lewis said that roon Minister al Status may be introduced and the time will coma when the Minister* should hn the power to select Al per-xi Ena Lana. Ear Liu I Kamlatn ft O O MAHV1I : I l*n. Ens Litl M lain, fir. Malh. Additional Malh> Phv.M.. K A HOAfH II I A "SMITH Ena Lang Ena USE 1 sratJhi. L>iUn. A r TAYIHR Fna Ijn*. Hiatory. I Q U TAVIi* El* m Mtn, T A THORPE. III.u.i i J E WARD Htttory. H BT C WHITE Ena Lani HiStary Errach. Elam Math. Math. S A WILTSHIRE Ena | lory. A J H AI.LEYNK h. 1 %  | Oreah. Eranrh. a l> m.Ai'KMAN Eni lana l-*iln. I Oraah W I BOWEN stripiuir Ens Lang., | En I.iU CirouraiMiv gatS M .HiFhri %  ClHNiuatrv, Botaiu E BREWHTEB Srrlpl.irr > Ena l.tti Hlatoty Lalln, On.i. 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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER IV lH gahJJb Qtdtinq H is Exc*UlM3 UM V, -vernor : %  the final game in tl ball NTK played a' 4 P.C. grounds East nigh' when the Carlo Bears met an Inland Team. /un'ur/l DliM rf^HK Malven. Sports Club will r n -hs e furvwell dance ft Halloway Gueai HOUK. The Ivy. %  Carib ffema Basketball tram who will be Returning to Trinidad shortly — Drhi // thurUie* I N meit drive to .olltct funds fur tlM Christmas Charities, the ladles of the Woodside Club %  il rtaguu i Lawn nonti Toy • nam ni when a -mull admlaalon CM arlU •• eharged. Some of the be-t local player of tne game will take part. Hynam will meet De'ims WbtmOl Wu.*lsidc lu-nimrow ajternwnr, October 16. Thi.* < %  *.*:* to be exciting Qsh from hii service In the! Ktf., with his powerful fofehayiij 2#rive ..ml .1 sturdy v JaV it-..I the artistry %  >. The muffh promises to be o: .. hit" liigafard. On Tuejpay bcM Oetotasr I thei .MHbe a men"i double: Oringiag together four o4 IB) moat popular players; Em T.ivln. I*i Charlie Manning wnl l..ke on Louis St. Hill and Darre'l Trlmidiham who have IhrOOUn'* %  ** Yv l %  |.,wer the colour and iWorthing. M' UM Murrii-il l.tt*l SulurtUix CT. MATH HAS CHURCH MR. MRS. ROY JOHN HOI IIK Wpll In I nrltmil Ihe sc_J onn Clwulcr. son ol Mr C. doublaa players have been en*• Chouler an d the late Mr*. loyinrf Chouler of Welllngborougii, 'Thofp who attend the matches Northampton. England, wttl m.i only wltncaa good tennis The bride who was given but wll do their bit in help i. worOlt rauae. T HE happy newi of the recent vas received marriage <,l Innlss, eld N. • limit '/ C Al-r w. H. ARM has b en M OOOdOd %  Secretary and AIM bfl the In addition Capt. Annatrong n 'n charge ol the Police Teletr mniunications, the Training School and the Police Dogs. Major Dennis Vaughan. former Private Secretary to the Governor, recently left the island to be Private Secwtary and A.D.C. to Sir Robert Arundell. K.C.M.G.. DUE, Governor of the Windward Island-. Off To L.S.A. ETHLENE HARRIS nj Hindsbury Road was among passengers recently leaving ih island to take up permanent r m the U.S.A. MTUH Harris is a former nurse of the Barbados General l.ospii..*. Doing (,<>,,.! Work JiHE GirU Industrial Unio.i I I'intiiiuM to be the outstanding institution for women. With 'i leeent months the membership nas increased considerably gir s and women on the role now number well over rive hundred. On a visit to the Union Rooms. Uood n number of new iUs-' ,.t work, tinder the heaiiing of Household Furnishing. Stencilling ha* been recent 1 / htartcd. This Is the process Of making patterns fur dresses and u>\ designs for walls and various other decoration*. Girls continue to take Increa-.g Interest in Commercial Subject 1 Bookkeeping, shorthand and ^eSTARS*r TAURUl April 21—Miy 20 amuon M.T 21—Jaa. n OAMOB* ^ JOB. —J1J M ft proper chun-]fL plans wllhin ^ Patricia daughter of Mr. Cassie Innlss of lyping. are now taught with the Collymotc Rock and a former object of qualifying girls for the pupil of Queen's College, to Mr. L.C.C. Examinations. P. Bee. a number of th.Another class recently started r.S. Airf' Warwickshire, while he, husband nd r? 0 *" 1 ,0> "' mbrold r >' and WILLIAM TOWIJ1S ..f Dark red roses and Michaelmas ,„ ,,atlond at Mansion. Ramsrroch a, £ paenger by B.W.LA %  /^ %  'T J* **}, Cox „ brideav ,,, k rake Icing, •nd putty %  • RL 'Etf?xTi*££i$ """"— %  ""•' ag,atr\a,ws M K. JOHN GODDARD returnlht b^man wu M, n, nU Wjr .... AND „__ _ _„„ gtruction received In „o ,he ...h.r. w.,. Mr Bi,h n „, lM"..^," ri ,' „ l !" K "' l :e nd m ' u 'y lolnlBg I are now guests |„ technical subjects at lht .mnn Ami Going* %  i At • %  i visit. FOR WEONESDAY. OCTOBER IS, lfS1 Look u> the section In which your birthday And what your outlook Is. according to the stars. Direct your energies into April ft) nels. Retain ambitious legitimate bounds. Spur-of -the-moment decisions should be tempered with sound jL. pbUOfOBtU ^ * * Fine aspects lend support to your earnest J§* cflorts. Sustain your drive forward and by all honourable means. Avoid problemi that might confuse homes. * * If you start something carry it through to a successful conclusion. Don't give up ••r halfway If the going is rough. * * Your innate capability should be promi~ nently displayed. Keep in tune with beneflc ray*. Manoeuvre "breaks" so they j-i work better to your advantage. ~ • • Fair day for you determined, persistent jL. o extreme of straining LCO U—Aug. 1 Leoites. Dont go to extreme .. [fairs, highly %  VXsVOO ft ft ft acoBPio Oct. 8s— NOT. 23 SAaiTTARIUS Nov. 25—Dec. 23 nATRIOORN Dee3S—Jan 81 For Women Only! -It's Magic!" tay the kiddies as the pops out of the hat. A ts MAt.ir you win agree, tried AMi'i.KX Th cfilon.ph>ll tablet really does work wonderv Combating all unpleasant body-odours from within. Amplex. nature's deodorant waves a magic wand, ensuring bodily freshness always %  *$1 ll.WT.A from Trinidad yesterday morning. did not go on to British Gull for She t'liekel Toumnmrn', Guiana vs. Jamaica. D R. V. METIVIER was also asgong the arrivals from Trinidad by B.W.I.A. yesterday morniog on a visit. I'n .-1111111 Hmiii'l >' ren. the ushers were Mr i He cox. Mr. Harold RoM Ml R ... ...o Crane Hot*]. They are on ir n i.,n A n,;!!!nV;.h'i;i i.. %  *" k h,AuU %  vmt ^ Through the untiring Interest i.ri.ie-. ,Mn-nh and the bapp] Mr. IteillBasxa la Superb.* f "U".^' ^.r, couple left tor ti, %  lent ol IH. MeKanite Mines of *i> r,fad afield ln **• %  • a<,llv "ywhere the Rpent. g Demerara Bauxite Co., MtKenzle. British Guiana. Official Opvning BY THE WA. By Beachcomber M R, J. NICOL. Education AdJ N S'^'^rg I VI-.i to thi coiiipuuiu* foi UN atMddunces Hut tr ful tnonuincnt to Marshall .Sole Mio u a tango, and the vll„, l^-let. II .„iiy ,,c..in i lagers waltzed vigorously. The Uevelu|>menl and WcBBe Md „„ obelisk On I .:> nest mm was a Spuigh afr I has) !" _, Z „. foi' Trf.liS.'^i; '• t "" woman crouching In !' heard lo the I'j ,.„,.. y,„.r, jOTgenjItaylng for England on Q tm Q| ^ m|cl u„ rd Bailor? and to this the vtlFriday by the S S • %  •I"'". The> wcl|hrt down by mormou lager, jigged whatever step, came .,.., I. to IK. in the U.K. tor .lx „,„,, A co „ r ,„ „, i,, m rt^j y „.„. Into their head., while 1 had T^HE Self Help Entcrp,Lid's Gasolene and Service Station at Tweedside Koad wil! be officially o]>cned Thursday evening at 5.30 o'clock by Mr. bnnd _? .. yed _.P Justice J. W. B. Chenery. The opening ceremony will last boor, nt iu in Home, business %  BBBgaeed * P. .,., „ Schedule netions to get most out of day a 23— aept. 33 good influences. Analyze needs and gauge thur reltative Jmportarie. Then yL. strike out with full vigor for best results. ^ favourable indications should encourage^ eaa. M~Srt. 23 addcd cfforl Add llltl 1 w ndow dreu_ • •* pL 4 ^ ct %  lnf to your activities, make them more potent. News of unusual nature likely JiV soon. Don't waste your acquisitive talents on W Tong goals. Essentials demand first 1.1 tent ion. Personal, social, civic affairs ^ nore favoured by p.m. rays. ^r * Be not anxious to take over others* chore*. A or do it better yourself". There .aT ulentv you must do anyway to have a full, productive day. ^ * w The proceeds of honest, worthy labor ore distributed in • more and farther )^> directions for* good than we realiie How ,. wrong it is to waste time or effort' .*"* If finishing something, finish much care and enthusiasm i* it Renew ambition, give yourself that pep talk we all need occasionally. .u * * Some days we just don't "feer up to par; then we must either urge ourselves -jL. more, aiming always at consistency, or^ relax for a build-up. If we have been straining. Do all sanely. ^ YOU BORN TODAY: Have much for which to be thankful though all this year may not have pleased as you would ,. have liked Think about your fine mind and ability to get-ar along with various people. Dwell upon the daily "minor"' blessings whose very existence rruikcs thtm forgettable. Birthyyy i * *-*--^ PLAZA THEATRES AND MAGIC IT IS' smiles this beauty SILF SLIMMING TABLETS are responsible for her slim, yet well proportioned ilgure. NO MATTER HOW OVtHWKItiHT You can safejy reduce SILF SLIMMING rABLETS. taken as a regular course, will quickly bring down vour weight. No exercise, no diet, just ^ SILF TABLET A DAY TO MELT THAT UGLY rAT AWAY. Happy? Yes I'm happy and can afford to smile can you? Sparkling teeth should MO with a happv disposition, and with a 'SPA TOOTHBRUSH to hand, your teeth should sparkle Whether in nylon or bristle, a Spa toothbrush is built to penetrate every crevice, and the longest hard wear fails to crush those bnsth> THY A SPA ONCE and jruTll ALWAYS USE A SPA And what does Yvonne here advise for Care of the Hair? BANDBOX PREPARATIONS, of course Every uw of Bandbox Shampoos. Brllltantines, Hair Per/ume. and the Miracle Hair-dres*ing Colalre, renew* her purchases. Bandbox Preparations. SOFTEN AND NOURISH THE HAIR. TRY EACH ONE FOR YOURSELF Two little girls k the world IT Both belong Mrs. Smith just 'round the corner. Mrs. Smith is a btlievii in the |small family, and to those who arc of the same opinl HKNDELL-FOAM in'uilhs' holiday. Other passengers leaving f.ii the U.K. by the OelHlo include It id. gad Mrs. I. KBegg. Dr and Mr-'. F, N. Grannum, Mr. David. E. Malone, Mrs. Grace rWlfii nnd I wo children. Mi i Ud Mrs. J. B. Robinson and cnTld. and Major and Mrs. M. L D. Skewes-Cox. way, in the" Rue de la Mestmga furioi (now' ull shops and business cobbli houses) there once stood tiie hel] Lisle wiiriv roung Rougari comvosctd the flfarni-iUnise What is all th fidlntc iii' to"' Myself: A slinging blow I the face for you, my pest. d argument with an old from Saverne. and the the innkeeper's niillioni danced with a nondescript dog. U.N. Gets Cliapel UNITED NATIONS New York. Oet 14 A liny chapel with a raw mahogany log for an altar will iin'sday in the General Asserril.lv building While drapes painted brick walls, the blue United Nations flag stands to the ught t f the altar and 25 chairs COtnpletea the picture. The simple pel n itartllng contrast to the rrmjesiy and grandeur of the : 250.000 hall. nurti.u Itj six-year historj. the United Nations received much mail prof thi ck Ol prayer Smcc many religions aad some atheistic factions .infrpcaaenled In the United %  otAelali itended on ,i 4 N'lence for citln" prtuai or meditation at the bagjmmTtg ami erid of each General Assembly Th,new chapel is expected tn meet demands of without committing th United; Nations to any par-tcula religion "r form of worship. Mr OltDd Hcnnelt. head of tho Wattooj planning, said tho 'h:ip.i would IH' known as the "Meditation room" and it was enby Secretary General Trygve Lie severul years ago bef HI' ,il..,ilor *he buildii (ompleteit. The chapel Is situated to the right of thi IITII.in urch through the rough mahogany. The United Nation* ttug ana the chairs can be seen. '.The chapel contains no Bible, TIO Koran, no tracki on M I\I. Rrcord 9 00 p m H,llh> l^aanr lr-,|b|| J (I l> m NxintT. ill pm •.,u.n... Mu.lr 800 pm SrottUh MHUIM ill |> m UiMnrti Choice. • *> p m Sporu Round-Up and F'tutm:ne Pn ad*. TM pm Th* N*.. T I* p nt ll.m* New. Prom Britain i.i a I p.m. II. • im T IS Radio Nr..n-l. B30 p m SIclenwnl of Acvouni, SOB Th* <4triia:t-le lor Kuiupr. 10 00 p m Nr-. 10 10 pm Fruin The Edit. 10 IS p m Mid Wr*k Talk. ISM Tallin* I Din Ti,Wr.1 tndln. , SUP sibeliiu. Rolex Wa.rkc LOUIS L. IiAVI 1 v It-.1 inn Lane SEA VIEW GUEST HOUSE HASTINGS. BARBADOS Daily and Longterm Rates quoted i-i request. rerssuuuDt Qeeata welecwe. Hianer and Cscktall Fartlea arranged. J. H. BUCKLAND Proprlatot. • mi I.I IHMII iwrWijfatf FapumFmSriu — Mfl'i/jrridfi duurot* ot tlit mav.-rid/ will he replaced. Always UVUJM the Umm Ftr g u jM -h.-. I.-a.. I 1. 4 It *l |l = %  ivrrul-a Thrilllns Laugh INVISIBLE MAN Extra Hprctal Attraclloi Shvll OH gi*. Lid lllm %  IK UK • lit rl BJI HparUI I m p m TMOROinRBBIDS* pssssBi \. Buih ROUASN Uirj" BARBAREE8 IIII.I Bll IM 3 Hho To-dY O'and Double Bill II VIINU m-. iTpchnlcoloti John PAYNE MY J-RIRND IBM* John LUND A M..I. WtlJWHN i>... Johnny Hack Browi fhura tWalNp -t KIM-IIS CtSfeCU Noah BETHY A, Th. COI l,l M i in i i I 1 UU! Mull.' o.nlng |-ridy %  AIOM, Ih* (.SLAT DIVIDE Jama* MAHllN AVI 4 U S %  J* %  I 'I • N MS nil Elf FSL TOWEB" (Color t Chail LAUGHTON Hi M ,11) MAN DOWN* 1 Gil YOUNG 4 * A I a* p n MALKINU ON AIM MaudW Edwardi I I Ml* I \ III) S HAaaot a| Robert Nfwloo m to Bun lUalBIB World. H..v.wr,|l Charnplonihip Plfhl Joraar '"> %  %  • %  %  WALC-OTT MARCIANO TABZAN'S SAVAOE wrviu BROS, iiimii.su i I>I AD I I:\II in :s! AT THE PLAZA THEATRES TEMPTATION AND TERROR RIDE IN THE WAKE OF THE SHIP CALLED mini Miinm CUT CRYSTAL At Your Jeweller* Y. Ii. LIMA j A CO.. LTD. [J8-T a UHIIICI IOVS (Dial 2Slg) Friday. t.U. 4.45. A H 18 p.m. and eontlnulni dally, ll' ,\ 8 30 p.m. Extra Speelal Attraetlen : K'jj-elewneiia on the llkihwav t^aose l.lvrsi "IT MIC.IIT BE YOU" WAamKit BROS: ALONG THE 1 SREAT DIVIDE H\IIM1KII> Brown CASANOVA IN BURLESQUE HIDEOUT Slarrlna Uoyd llilo*r- \dilan II— ih uiMMiiLf rrlday at %  M A • M J Arthur Rank > Daub! Micnarl OS.rj Tu'han Bay in iMOM i ore KOXY ro-r> 4 4 II.II" Slnalra Sh.ll> Winlri. %  %  MO i: MEET DANNY Haraond Rii'i Fl-. Short:%  Ifhary H.lla., %  OYAL T t ,.I>... ,, | l"^'H'i""i :> %  %  so Unlvorul Double "IS HtVKW.T DOOB and Bun, Kar off Bull Ralhhofill ..I I..IMM.S IHMl.ll I V.r. Hal.lnn J0 * la WlUUm Manhall MSN or I'KDBBSIA TWO WOBLDS M'MII.IM TM*y oni, 4 as g. I 30 %  "hoi* 8*.1.1 PRELUDE FAME TO IIABBOI B Of MISSIS,. Ml v Ik... a Sai >l I a> • m •Vhol* Banal MM, Ol till n %  \BANOI an Open 111 %  •I 4 30 a S IS I KH/ IN AM! THE lions WOMAN .I.I BM1W : Ma i-.'tn -i %  IB. I li.lj MM. SI OBI tD



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PACr SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15, H5i CLASSIFIED ADS. ft HI H Sl I N IRIWWI t— nu:n THANKS jr-ler-lf n wt >>rt Ml vU>er arfljr Mlmd<< their *mpalh> JrM Rou*a * %  Ami pfriftil •>? tlort** ... .i -l Arm thr*i art I*i rlli t(-i>i"t R—imilHiaC *!*• by rianiki uu> .no ur.ay is -'QUABAH-Jn lovitia Pieitinrr ••' Dear Bahnul mrtat I1M1111 O'afcj *o dWd M October IMk IW1 One y*or |M yaaarcl alne* IMI a s*l£ Tb On* \te lovM had iMaaOO *' ...i ,t %  world of tartvm into Ood ha* f b* wilful a*i*len Ui' Fur It* eh-awe*
f 4111 I* MM %  — Tl1vHil> M*)fk>*i I TOO -. MIM | REAL ESTATE r-> ur Clop %  unini %  "' %  .tailed (or U KM Sf \c< uo\ B> mafruction* n* II IA1U S (.AMAUr •toetturfe 'ieep HIIDAY 17th i I pm VAl'XIIAIl *HAN CAR 1 MM CM \ %  ari _* <II HI. ( Kin*eroteDh Av. Bell. elude* 'UIMHI Tiblr. Smell Cl* Arm Chain. i*r. tornfortable. f.mttd Table. Bu.h Chaira >d Bwaera. OnoiiM. GUea Cfllna: N|* Flclurre Sinter Sewlna Marline BMMNdi -llr .pf.iie* Hair Mai .. ("halt RN On* %  IKrp Malnewi Fngldaire D04 ".orklna. order PY* BadlO. — M I B.iTO#r 'HI Ht- -Valo. ft va< KiH urn ultfiitli Crm rMlMd _._rt.-d Prwa Child. CbMt M Uraw*>. n#rii. T-bl*. To Jft M l <• mm u.hof Pi.# cbMiitW"'" ...nen Urd.p<.ad< and l Otlabtr ROYAL NETHtRLANDS FAMOUS LANOMARKS OF IAFJIA00S __ STEAMSHIP linn ri CO. i s C>TT< A %  | MBIOM M> M I ID b hcU H;M ft tA' ,b '••' .Ml>. r.l I MINIM 11> r-KM A-IMii tHB u irtu % %  i s 4 I -.Aim: J01M OctnlMr. IMI RWTOI MAIL Mail* 91 ill be rloanl %  %  under Parrel Mail at II I i p rOrdinal NOTICES The ftrn M>nd-U< II v (tril-'IM Iht Qewrel Poet Oc MftjM. I %  HHK ,w> II IMUIIi ...!<. %  -., IM) "I" IMMIIII *" |M Orlnfcer. IMS I'D a November. IMi % % %  IU •:.! % %  ii: I, IIOH A (O ITD Aiesl* .':• %  HNOu Aa>if> "t" % %  %  %  Ootfto will be rinaed al IVuri Hall ..I 11 noon. KeHl.r*d Mall al 1 p m Ordinarv Mali M A HARRISON LINE ill I u \KH FROM THK I'MTFO KINGDOM FOII norr HOUSES randan. MOaMI MS Mr C 6 11 I* -' %  BAKTis I'lANTATION HOUSE. lu*|. HPub UtlUMd Aip > A M r.<*. >il ftiandtaM. SI Jri. N lluiband. Crab lim ftl T.nri i-Oll-TRt Oem* rota .all Colour. -.< %  >. A C'i'i• I 1 .,old Proverbft Co Ud 1 5 10 M* %  POULTRY^Pafl*. A claa. MM Mnd ed Barred Mrka mnnih. ^l P*> • • HMO ' '" %  i ^J ft PEANUT I.IVKS.TIK K I MlWi Cow lr-> in ml ptnt. D.U Appl. Q**i MISt %  KI.I.ANF.OI'S GOVERNMENT NOTICES Death ul Mt BfWtl I Vr.l-.li-l. ,J Moore InfurmatiOB has bprn i-r-ivrn frnm H.M. Consul. Ecuftdot thideath in Guayaquil, on Iba %  '' Auiin. i.ni ittnii tUrh.rt 17lh S<-pt 21st Oct. 3ic. Oct. 17th Oct 10th Oct. 22nd Oct I .ih Oct 28th Oct. HOMEWARD FOR THF VNITED KING Voastl *•* DOM 27th SS: ; %  :.. China. WatorMlouni (ta*h* etc.. .| Oorrlna*. I Datnlnc K>y\ Yacht Club aver> derlpU"i. I t U I I ,7^ H^fl.ur • r. new Ifauae Thomaa No 7 l Hrldlelown. am.. 'urnlahed-all eon1 1 aduUU d coM quIM home 4M0 ll.10.SO— In MANHATTAN FUU on •••. WoVch-a. Cbrlat Church from October IM. anod >ea balhlnc Fully Ij'tnthod, all modern (>nvenler*e Thtee bedroom* aoch. Refna Oaroae, Servanb' etocon. enclftaed %-rd Phone DM T< .. I alne Part ol Nr %  nlrarce on Buaby . trocory Apply U. I M-nHC-rtliir. nr >w I.i ISe Bally Telearaph. Iiilland". leading Db Ne-*ipapo no* ii'Dvinaj in Barbadoo b* Alonl* a ledan after publication In lendor. Conttci Ian HawCo Advorate Co I.ld 1-ocal Hepreaenlatlve %  1 < M" PUBLIC ^OTItK NOTICE ALARY: III TIES ral O-p HMII c ... a. rlerincil. Nov II Pho.,. I| ii. H %  i I. hereby |ttil I'll' ( nr-(i ii < I'.'l.h Clt IIIM Wallhe lh* Widow who 01 the lime -I mplayee of ihr t;r*tutiv eQii WAJHTED HELP XPtrJUEVCRD YounC Mai i knowledr* '' L'uatoma K APP>> Wm rocaity .II.I ot. MISCEI.LANEOUS rv/HNitiim nuNciAi.ow Am imliy cU'iie. to rent -< %  l< a -"t proverb* ft linlder. <>i Ml in anted buildini |U Moodoi icbod lo reaidone* al Taylor* „, l.,.i-l ftt afJaMH uiti day "f OciobfT. ltH, *I. B ..li.ie. JOS ST HtlJ. lorAMtl"" N T T*!. MH>I>< %  %  ,,ed at tJoaBMM Court lo 6. hold at %  : M-'*- |SU al k. E A MM. Itaawraai. "•*„"*. good Exercine Rut it i al"* ;in Art Tb* "BTA* BIDS" DANCE AND TVEATRICAL SCHOOL BaUbll you' Cloaset n foi Children and Adulls. Cont!ct Ihc Principal nr Sfceti'y MISS JOYCE CLARKF Aasistunt Sr*rptary MiSS PAM POLEORBEN. HatinK il Mi Dudley 111 .lr nil .. iM >!" ninl*an Ihlrd of lb -. % %  .. • i.dur.ni Ih preree^.inc lb Ihe uM 1*1.11.' i yean ImmrdKI'l' dale of hi. death Dolod Ihl* mil it... p.t t>HiibvISW YUAHWIHU) A noviv. RoUcllort lor Ihe Con.mlaalonen ^' Hlchw.y. M lb' pari.h of Chrln Chun \i 10 B—S NOTICE NOTICE III HVKl.U. Fatal ol Ji.l WIN tru.'. 1.1 r claim -aam Jelh"!* Blow win on ihe 1Mb day o her4.> reoju-.ied Ihelr claim duiv died SrplimMr lU i tend pariMular%  Healed to the unaer.iin'-ii. m c—re %  M**ira Collie. Cat ford To No 11 Ifldh Btieel |lildelowi>. Bollcllni.. € -ii o. before U.r 4lh day ol December. 1*51. after whk-b dale I .hull i>rocoJ m .il.trlhvile Ihe aaael. ol Ihe daceaaed parllea enlillrd t'ic'cio h. 324V auch i had n.itu POST OF COtX>NIAL TRrAftl'RER ST. VIRCENT Applications are invited for .he pewt of Colonial TlfjMtVtr, S1 Vincent, on contract, or M?eondm -t. for B period of ? vesrs in the first instance. The salary of the pM is t the rate ol £1,100 pei annum (without ctrst of living allowance) plu* allow-1 ances of £50 each an Currency Offlcer and Income Tax Commissioner A transport allowance of £73 11 .ible. TM OAoag "ill M i-quirad to perform all dutie? appertaining to th • post of Colonial Treu. Il addition, the ofnci carries with .'. the following appointments:— Collector of D iioms Chief of El Shipping Ha Registrar tf Snipping Receiver of Wrecks Manager of (i iVltTJRWirl Savings Bnnk. TinColonial TiaVasu tr is a member of ihe Executive ;md LegWIotive d.incllit and various Hoards and Commlttet. 1 *. He will alM D ii quired lo undeitake such ottlW diitifus may from nme to time be imposed on him by the Laws of tfrf Colony nr hv the Oflli ei AdminIstaring UH(JI-V.M m. Quartei art IRH i ided. Uave ii governed I y local Regulations li the UnM beinr m force in Ihe Colony, but th? present rate ol leave f.n oatetati M i ontract i one month for each eocnpMiad ,.;.i. 01 <" • week foi each completed period Oj Otrdaj n.ii.'i, .i • srticc rABSAOES: Fiee rimt clan pirai.ges are paid by Government f. the Officer and inlamlly on first appointment, ami on termination of ninsosBthient I-eave passages not provided. Aupbcatlons ihmiltl hi ad.liesscu to the Chief 9eciet;it>. Windward Main's. Bl ;ienada. nml should retch him not later than 1*1 Novemlv. i 15.IO.9l— 3n. Canadian Natinnal Steamsliiiis l aaada I ralaer aaadlaa .....it ...i.. ad> Sedan iiilli'i I'balleaS'r aoadMn Cralaer V I I Hl'.lll SI. 4f ada-y ( awadlaa C ball.i roller -ell. I llelMea 4 Oct 13 Ocl | (i.i : Nov :• No\. -alia ArlU Pasftata 14 Oct 33 Oct • Nov -. Nov It Nov a Dee Bajhj Barba*.. IS Ocl a on %  Nov II No* a Dec be liable for Ihe aaeeta o t an* parl there.! i di.Irlbuled to imy ii .on ol wn^* ,bl or claim I -hall not rue had notice And all peieona Indehlr-i In ihe ii. tale are requested to Itle Ihelr in debtodnoea withoul delay IMIed UAU in da. of October ISH HENRIETTA MllJjR*M Bl-O* Hoie quailnod Kaeeu John Itlllna* B Will of %  eaeed I II u • NOTICE l hereb)' ||iv %  %  M.. \. %  Church In il. i m-li'i .1 id lo uue M W li. l-a.-L.tvir* ol Ih. i m li %  to ralae a Mail %  >•'! .•( %  ••Una I11.U0O I. .'or Ihe purpose ol ernllnd a .tone build Dg In be xited ii. qu.irlrra f Ihe Malro. I Ihe Almibonar ol ihe -a'd pari.h in iiballluinn l.ii ll.e ..I n ( woodon mildina .lii.li .i.l-ied hi be beyond -epair. aoch loan in be repaid by H nnuol ln.lalmeiitol I*" 00 each, comn.nclng on 'l.t (Klobei IBM. w.th mlel rl on H.e principal mm for lh* Urn* tnd Everiley a" from M'h Septemoer Of) rill retireir,.-it Iron, the Othc* of l*w Inipocbir of UM aald parl*h. ik* Into account th* Rve yaar. duru.a h he held ch* oSVe ol Aiaea.or ol >.nd paiUh %  lolwlthatandma thai *uch of aervwe wo* nol ..••illnooui Wltn rmatnl .1 Vr.lr. f. A Bill < tunpiitln* .to M. I i h retln I i,Ulof %  •* "'""I < ..ninilwioi ..(II. hihwa.a roapaetlvol] "I the .aid paM %  ., i %  thai airh ton .... noi pea i ,. . al Ihc part-.. I L'h..f>tt IliamuiHl IlinUs. LOUIS L. BAYLEY <|l AK1FIIS UAVE: i Noil Nov •m Dec IS Nov 4 Doc Dae 17 Doc Fe f*rber aartleolar*. *VV" •*— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. -Atenta. ,-.-,'.•-'------>'-'**-• -----'-'-'>'e'*^0->^ 4 aajBaSBtT' 1 11 i'"in *—• % %  -—-* %  v_ ^..^BSkv-j C G'TRANSATLANTIQUE I OR* II nAILtRR AND TR \CTORS—INBRECTION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSES FOR 1I5T—53 Applications for inspection of lorries, trailers and tractor aed or agricultural purpose* only (nay IHsubmitted to the Transport Section of the Depnrtmeiu of Hlfhwayi .md T'tniport before We '.th Nov.-mher I9.'.2. | KI.IHIiii i !" nippllad i % %  %  • "'Mi iiKhv.iiy and Tmupoii (Trai ' '" *m ""' ] .irough Hfj i>st. S. Inspection of these vein. I *'ll i-oinn •lovember. IBM. 4. Vehicles will onl> >* %  d Doaglu llll M W TESTAMENT : ,\ New Translation \ PEOPLE'S LITE OF CHRIST : Peterson Smyth ANNUALS : D1ARIKS : CHRISTMAS CARDS Telephone 4427 4 Rounds Each for Finals instead <>( 3 1. K. WALTERS (87 lb) vs. L. E. R. DAVIS (& lb) 2. F. STRAKER (106 lb) vs. A. ROWE (107 lb) 3. R. GITTENS (132 lb) vs. H. LEACOCK (128 tb) 4 CUTTING (116 Tb) vs. LINTON (118 lb) !S C. GRIFFITH (135 tb) vs LEWIS (132 tb) 6 CHESTER HOLDER (145 Tb) vs. A.N. OTHER PRESENTATION OK TROPHIES STEEL RAND MUSIC BAR : KEEN FIGHTS Kim-side SI. IMI Ring Circle tin. Rlenchcrs 30c. 10-DAVS NF.WS FLASH CANASTA TABLE TENNIS JACKS CHINESE CHECKERS s-N \KI | A LADDERS I.CIHI MONOPOLY' etc., etc.. etc. are at JOHNSONS STATIONERY INSIST ON THE SAFEST TIRES BUILT a Firestone a Charles MeEnearney & Co., Ltd. '/.'.VMv/,v.y/.v,v.v,v /.v.'/.'.vA ,. Insurance Company Creates History!! The British Guiana &. Trinidad Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. Declare 25% Cash Profit For the first time In the history of Fire Insurance business in Barbados have Policyholders received back any part of the premiums paid by them. This is possible when you Insure with us. as we are a Mutual Company. Consequently all Fire and Comprehensive Policyholders share in the profits ol the Company. We do not charge high premiums In order to do this profit sharing. Our rates are the same as those of our Competitors. Room 311. PLANTATIONS BUILDINGS Lower Broad Street



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UI1AKSDAY OCTOBER 15. 1K2 BAKBAIMlS ADVOC'ATK PAUF. THERE Bill To Consolidate Public Health Acts :BondedFor Stealing few ampndi'irnU in on>t' of lrthere was no rtenge ,lii m %  : I ., %  he rlrd not think there A IS .ny %  I lee. nnmlM then n "ic Bill bv read a %  *•• i Mr > |) M.itir. IB) ,„( that he would h* tne last to attempt to %  matter which dealt with the public %  '....I mentioned thai there was no necessity !o refer the Bill to % %  • s mittce. but nt the appropriate %  >.••* %  he was e< m* M sent to • Select Commit lee. There were members In the liOii'r that day who %  hen the IW8 Bill was n did not opportunity of fxn.'tf ihrointh it as the honourable Deputy Leader and many other memb ith the subject mutter for which lie would be voting. It was true tiiHt he had gone through the '.as: Rill with a (Mic tuoth i-onib s mentioned by the honourable member V St Thomas, but UWl 10 his poMtion In the melTopolltan I H< Iclt that when they jtf amending the public health of tnc •v UM I".' members cf the House should be given an oj>IHirt'.ini'v to peruse the Bill and M l" lrt ihose amendment* were work in Barbados. Whin %  member II.i M the Ohnmbei was dealing with th. l try Planning Bill and hi that while it was nct< some aort cf control authority dealing Towji and Country Planning, he thought that the Bill was nut .f proportion, considering the -mature of HarbadoR. Public hnltb, Ik.all other Icrfislation mi's? go hand in hand with the economy of the island" Mr. Mcttley snid. and added that they must not measure the health of the community merely in dollars and cants Did Not Agree He said that he did not agree wit*, the l>cputy lender that the ,i. ml BUI did not differ from the 1M8 Bill. It had been drafted with the view that the Maude Bill or l-ocal Government Bill would be enacted. It was therefore obvious that the changes which were In the 1M8 Bill had been placed In the present Bid with the view that the local Government Bill would pass. He was offering no opposition to the Bill on he would be the last person to do so, but the leputv Leader would agree that v. baa the) were thinking of public health, they must ol i think in terms ol the go t the island and must %  ppreclato U.ii i iiu local set up und what ii provided for. d that there v.'i.I mdatioru made In the Bill but [her* were not all rccomm.-iuiatiuiiK made by experts. whether they wenlegal or otherwife, which they must take. There were members of the House who were fully acquainted wilh local boards tn their particular constituencies and what the changes would be. He would, however, support the principle of an up-todate public health bill, but they mutt go to Select Committee In order to thresh out the various obstacles Mr V. B. Vaughan (!) felt that the Bill should go to a Select Committee as members did not have Ml opportunity of studying it thoroughly. It waa all well to •ay that it was before the House since IMS. There were some members who were not in the House in 1948 and UM measure before them wn*. a very Important one. Ikes kMd -hui, would Jf** 1 l f" m, ?* ) W If thev earned the i esponaibillly which .11 ol Usaniyhoddin ueo, commilU. and were on memben who tied spoken for the pri| of th< Rill were on the Select Good Sens* Committee appointed to considvi Mr. A. I.. S. Iri> ,L> sid ,n X-*H*al Government tlkll and that there might be suss* sjBMai h*t >eldom altende.1 <-na< in sending the Bill u> a VfB**l %  %  "G "*P < L > Mld ""' .leUIng mahoganv valued at tit come more tamili-i to the BUI. • rt !" members asked that cer: R besides. the Bill had taken on ad'*'" measures be sent to *l" Koad. ditional aspects with the pasaint. Committees and then did not atBumetl i b> the Hou i sehrt the meetings, one could not ^eant stOovernioeni Hill Tterenel P becoming stispMous ol th" | p pom P tore the argument for sending it motive* He fell, however, thai on July 2* In. defendant used to a S .a consideration of the Bill might to Wa place and sound one. But what he wou.d *>• >> et, r postponed. .luring the period of September I. point out was that in 1948 when •__ %  **' iSe Bill wadebated, his c"* Tr.vrsl> ?Tl Committee. hlll sinC(l 1M7 a Bill was pre,.., Ull meeting pared on somewhat *iinti.r lr |il-ce<| M -'.n ftarold Bumeti %  •! K-* Itnad. St. M .< bond for am "f rsv Such a BUI as that was obvi( continued trut Mr. Mottle; not ready in attending the mcci— Zm i if % %  ""• 1 %  >-"• %  wna ,.> %  > o( ihe S.IK1 Comm.tl.-,. •£ j" m !" U ,•"* 'T' Lv .,. "*' "f M ' '11 w. n,.l J „. ,K„ aojrbodv wu u, bo ol %  v the considering ol it trici \ SSSM "but 'hTtanrfTlJlTr H*" 5 lv "" i ""•" •"' ; "> K "•'' Committee, members who we.-e _r; %  Gii Adi In The House Yesterday Whn I he HOUMof Auiibl> MM vnirntay. Dr Cum mm. laid Ihe follnwlns SlMuae Nn SS IK1 d.ilr.1 Ihr Un t>( Ociober 1*U. rratn Hli K* Ih* (iommii ii, iti. Honourabla Ui* ll^u..I Awn, l>lv t-rrwitin* for Uir (OBMd%  I |h* Hooourabl* How %  praaramiiM of drv*lopmnl and laxinn tor Ih* Sv# jmmw pminn %  "W NO rT'lSSS dalNt \hr Oovaraor lo lh Hi>nur>blp thHo* of AMn>lilv Invlllns Ih* Mooou'Jtilr lo approve tht FUrtiKln. b* rriKnriiltd B %  Maiul al |ha Hi '"" liHinMrirt t'jir. ISM B.III thai lbnece — f> r*wvlt !" i .1 BstBt.atr. fo1SU-54 PnM Offlc* advanr< for paymlmi ..I Money OrderIn Ue Sl1 ol J Ay. ISSf The folio* ini ..tire. wrre givn' — RMolullon tn Qovfmor-ln El'riitivr lo adnpl ind Hr*ff*.-| to trio recomnwnda. %  %  .<• of Ih* Confrrrncr on I I FU held in ll.irt.Mioi from ib b to lb* llin of July. ISS1 %  tnoliition lo ..ulhnil** Ml. I*crllerx'> <> > BtSf ml" %  aaossn %  I . Ilrpi Chi .lit t lo I amend. Pkkgtn al a ulai-v <>l 111 SBS Reuilutlon lo oullut eelleney the QOVMI. Into -n are*in*ft ilh a p*m>ii lo am-r> aa Duerloi ol riroleiin and Natural Qaa. .ubjeet lo thi rondillona -l out In Ihe Srhedut lo ihe •**Dina*r lo (.ml'oller ->l Civil AvUIUm and Airport Manager A mil Ifl provide MM U I i i.f a Civil •a-rvle* Tram .nl r-un.l The lloune nd|oumed l T O-lober Dillpm rommlttee (ould (le) '.... I UAH e pair! The was bn 1 I to the Traffic Branch it (< i St.i Mi personally he felt that then IVC said that B H*W not < f., whai was happening, vith ,, legards the Public OUUtaN I'll ,.,,,. .,,.„, hnux „ K aad what might happen to -he : . Ir 0 Maude Bill—a grave danger that ,„, rj lur the mere desire l- dOmO k*J control might leed !hem to t >la\ HKMAVntD : into the hands of pwople were fundamentally opposed W | | A Mi U i. PBUM Magistrate off ni-trlet A'\ T" !" ^*":; ^ 3^-"sas iSsrsr PbU,Hnlth I*Bl.l.llon but „„ ,„.,„„ hlm rh T.-h.n • man rime inlo thr Hou-, „ .„.,. „„ H „,. r II wai laken lui inntM Thai b., rcm „„, „,„„. „, ff, N fl ,. would lake ptltll lo becom, ,„„ „ s „ sirH on Oc,obr H. which wa, paM beloto. Other,.,„, „, „ w|l i-v.rvlnm. then %  bj u ,, lk llu ,nKUn. elFction even, tnej would . ,,, i .. up .(„. doUllnl lo gn ba.k ov.1 I'.enlniiik a':ft] ^ ln m)o u,e pocRVtl He was appealing to Honourable of bi.s pants. members mil Ui play Ihe name _, „„„ of the Opposition ami lru.1,.,1, CIIAROKD HUH fH'OCtltl MdsUtlon. The Bill w> mUW g IK I.K" on, "* ,hl "-n" B.nk Hall. SI Miehael snd neann miL BtoWn lu.iUiwai,. ,|9I ..' Brit* If Ihs Hill wenl to i Select tons lfl "' st Miehael. wtw li.ive Committee he would ask mom!-" %  ••" "> '" >^S1JS2 was in ravour or irndini the ,. ,. ,.,,„, v ,.,„.„,„ v Bill to a Select Committee but M| ; B j^im Is appearing on he hoped that members .if The ,,.,,,(, .. | llMi ,, r vhlli Committee would attend lt meetSl> j i , ., .I,I, :,t Ingn Stalloii Is eondw The tnouoti [oi en lln| the ilill me police. In the pietlirunaTj to ft Select Committee waput hearing yesterday medical to the cole and carried by 10 G majority. Past To Play PresentAtlf.C. donee waa taken from Dr. A. S. CjhtO J'IKI I>r. J. E. W:ileotl. Govnimienl BncterloioKlM and Pn%  f-ilcrii:iln.nal plnvci. Cjjsjsj Wnlcott and C. B. Booules" WllPolicemen See Road Safety Film Two hundred ..ml fuiu-tn < %  < litms are included In the team ^..Icemen which will represent the Past vS rtoad Safety" at the Bridgetown the Present in the annual crtekat i-ige-j, yesleid.iy OMl match between the Han 0, „ o'ldock l>y kind i< leje present boys and past boys „, lni Munanemem <>f Osi Wall at the school sreunds at 1 p.m. Theatres tomorrow. The Past team is a slronf one Also In attend. HKC were CoL rind may well ajive the present R. T Mirhilm. Cothtnl Wotl l-v -trouble. The Past leani which Rollce, MaJOl R. will be captnined hv K. I, fl |1cput> ( ..-urnr MVfll Hoad, is as follows:—S. L. G. W. A Farmei. Cap) f Sn n.. Hand (Captain), E. I.. BurtW-tt. .„,u Mr. D. A. Wii.-. AaUUnl C. St. C. Cumberbatrli. F. Cower, colonial Secretary. n del,. innlK. W. H t Knowln, A. F. C Matlhc.v(. Proverb*, C. L. Walcott, C. R. E. Warner and C B. Williams. Play starts at i o'clock e'e'e*e*e*e*eVe'e**e', AV//AV//rVV*VA',V 1 j At SAHELV'S on Broad St. you invariably find what you want I DiMgiiond llintfa I.OtriS I.. BAYI.KY Roltnn Lane Vigour Rcsiofed, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours u .r. m M *fss*mssVsaai 1, table' foroi. la ahaalaielv _Uao*a a-ay with Una or-*%  IDS. to •* houra sou ra* a** atvfl (' .ur-aH f(Una ",'*•' V"?,*' %  Tfels, J"'" '•'""•• u> -itaTsI Tti-.u' and oowar. -3t5Wil^*eS5£ ^jSiS^MfW'Wi'' .awasw&t-a?:or real aaaeair raltirn tla an vNTW-fasJE Ui'u".sslTh. at -Tabs :' %  -" -. -..>..< esW ll.l Geo. Sahely & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. j ,**.,..,., ..<<*. ''.'.' i arientinsiirMios Tr a i sr %  -.-*-*--*^*-*..* *" •,-•,-.-.-----.-.'.-.'^.-. %  ^. %  %  A.:: :::••: %  %  .::: % %  •-'•'---'-*x.-. mmtMMw ####!# lf.// The fiiniouv INGERS0LL POCKET •Dsl WRIST WATCHKS Obtuinahle only From . "Your Jeweller*" Y. I. I I >I A .v III. I I i 20 Broad SI. Phone 4*44 and The Village Hastings ANOTHl* SMIklMi tXAHPt* OP Qwftico T-. C.a.i. Oi-li Tlan'i ahrayt a dam. argsasfc rraaruot I. aeary room snssn lib S-M-O-O-T-H Pasta deaaasr is used. Poo. Pus. si ,d TB Slats, and Pstotwort napood quickly lo Its matnisot — tbsrs's sot • snick as a I %  r n Lts.. ftlraalaskaai. s a| i.. ^ :T"%fi H CHLAND 14 QUEEN W2 SCOTCH WHISKY rw.j.io-eot t co.ir...Mia(Tow>. i -,.-... .'o a.,.,.,1., JPAIN'S I ELKBRATED I SattaMtt dJm V:\HIKII \SSOHTMKST f.V VFOf ft n 4 cents each Cannnn Crashers Chinee I>rope Flow.i I'nts Itni.ii! Fast Spana-let OeJsJen Rain Amber Kleclrnlife- Crackers Rndiiim Dnizler* l)i//lr l>.i//lis Princt nf Wale-* Feathers Flvini! Fugles Blue I'nil Torpefloc* Flectrir Winers Zini; Hom-m St|iiihls 8 cents each Sqilihli. Crackers Kntnmi (undies Brlghl Golden Kain Wheels Ml. Telee Ml. V..mills Wilrhi .' ( iiuldmns Urouil Ciiht Spanglea Blitlrrlly Tuinklers Rnninn Candles Coloured Peear Kires Sleamline Kockels III i: lil I1..I ki 1Starliuhls DruKon Flames Cunnon Crackers Kndlllin Isaizlers Dile Haggles I lllll..!ll I .IM.ll. %  12 cents each Forge Fires Sntellte Romans Crackers Bright Romans Dizzies Dazzles Bright Rockets llrnml Cast Spangles I IIIIT.JII Casradea Coloured Roman*. Wheesa Streamline Rockets Forge I irrs Radium Itatzlers 18 cents each Jack in the Box Spang.* Star Bombs Crackers Whirley Pwirlers Bright Rockets It.iilnii'i 11 .//I. i (.olden Rain Witches' Cauldrons Mt. PrliiMt. Vesiivltu Roman Candles, Bright Roman Candles, Coloured Wreamllne Rockets Bombs•!<-. each or ?.< per dor Matches—oc. per boic Small Sparklers —Pkg. of six lf)r. per pki: Large Spanglers —plst;. of six 20c. per pkj;. 24 cents each I>>nainlnr Red I > %  In f'.reen Lights Mt. Pelee Mt. Veauviiis Radium Dazzle rs Whirl Wheels Whirle> Twirl, is Hydra Hended Comets Flectrir Whirl Wheels Kmeriild Cascades Forge Flre-s Dlzzle Dazzles Jack In the Box Mines with serpents Butterfly Twinklers Witch's Cauldrons Roman Candles (Assorted) RM-keiN (Assorted) 36 cents each Mt. Prlre Mt. Vesuvius Rockets (Assorted) Prlsmalee Lights Roiunii Candles (Assorted) Jark in the Box Mines with Herpsetta Butterfly Twinklers Forge Fires Crackers 60 cents each Jack in the Box Whirl Wheels Emerald Cascades Monster Fountains 72 cents each Monster Fountains Wheels Roman Fans Bouquet of Gerbs Roman Candles (Assorted) Butterfly Twinklen Rockets (Assorted) Jet Wheels $1.08 each Devils among Tailors Roman Candles (Assorted) Jack In the Box Bouquet of Gertts Rockets (Assorted) Mines with Serpents Triannle Wheels Pyramids of Roman Candles $1.44 each Mines with Serpents Roman Candles (Assorted) Bouquet of < .erhs Juck in the Box Vertical Wheels $1.80 each -tuck in the Box Roman Candles (Assorted) Rockets with Peacock Plumes Rain Rockets Coloured Rockets Bouquet of (aerbs Vertical Wheels A-•#'/' '**'" '**'''*" '" <*"" itiiiH'""' briny f s*: -%e* nnr IHnplay*. .sail I S IMIK. S I OICI S -'ai^H




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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Original Jurisdiction — 10.00
om

Court of Chancery -— 10.30 a.m

Meeting, General Board of Health
2.30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Colleton Plantation, St
John — 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert, Silver Sands
7.45 p.m.

B.C. Films, Aquatic Club

For the cause that lacks assistance

8.30 p.m.

the wrongs that need resistance
distance

For the future in the

And the Good that I can do.



Havbi

Gen. Naguib Dissolves
Regency In Egypt

Prince Abdel Moneim)77 Ghosen To
Now Sole Regent

(By ARTHUR COLLINS)

CAIRO, Oct. 14.

STRONGMAN General Mohammed Naguib on Tues-
day dissolved the Provisional Regency Council set up after | All-Soviet Party named Premier
he forced King Farouk’s abdication in July, thus climax-|Stalin and ten aides to remould
ing the action paced eighteen hours.

Naguib dissolved the three-man Regency Council after

a special session this afternoon at a Cabinet meeting.

In

Remould

Soviet Party :

MOSCOW, Oct. 14
The Nineteenth Congress of the

the Party programme in line with
}ehanges in Russia’s international
and internal develop-

| relations
ment. A similar revision commis-

its place he substituted a single regent, Prince Abdel |sion was named at the last Party
Moneim, the sole remaining member of the old council.





Nationalist Envoy



ARRIVING in Tokyo, Dr. Holling-
ton K. Tong, first post-war Am-
from Nationalist China

Japan, is warmly greeted by
chi Yoshizawa (left), Ja-

’s ambassador-designate to
jationalist China. The former
holds a bouquet presented to hirn
by Yoshizawa. (International)



Plans Of Plane
Scattered On
Golf Course

MANCHESTER, Oct. 14

English secret service sought to
find how the blue prints of one of
Britain’s latest bombers got scat-
tered over a golf course near here.
Prints were from the nearby Fac-
tory Rose, builders of the first
Delta-winged heavy bomber and
the Shackleton bomber which took
part in the recent Mainbrace
NATO exercises.

A passerby saw the drawings
on the edge of the golf course and!
turned them over to the police.!
A Rose official refused to specify)
the type of aircraft the prints be-|
longed to “because it is now quite!
certain that people who. should)
not have seen the drawings have
seen them.”—(C.P.)

U.N. Troops
Capture Mountain
From Reds

SEOUL, Oct. 14.

United Nations infantry men
captured one of two Chinese Com-
munist mountains on the central
front in the biggest Allied attack
since the bloody “Heart-break
Ridge” battle a year ago.

Ground oldiers, tanks, artil-
lery and Airforce fighter bombers
teamed up in a huge dawn assault
on the triangle hill north of
Kumhwa, an eastern base of the
“old iron triangle’, and on
“Sniper Ridge” across the valley
to the east.

Triumphant United Nations sol-
diers battled their way to the
crest of Sniper Ridge about noon
and reported that the height now
belongs to the Allies.

Heavy fighting still continued
at the triangle. After seven hours
United Nations troops gained the
crest of the knob on the north-
east corner of the hill. At 1.00
p.m. on Monday they were inch-
ing their way toward the top of
the main peak. —U-P.

Thunderjets Set
Distanee Record

UNITED STATES AIR BASE,

NORTHERN JAPAN, Oct. 14.

Twenty-eight United States F.84
Thunderjet fighter planes landed
here shortly after noon Monday
to complete a record breaking
mass flight across the Pacific.

The Phunderjets, which will
serve temporarily in the defence
of northern Japan set the new
over-water distance record in
a 2.575 mile non-stop flight from
Midway Island. The flight by
the Twenty-seventh Fighter Es-
cort Wing originated at Belgstrom
air force base, Texas.

The first flight of 47 jets made
the Midway—Japan hop yester-
day averaging more than
m.p.h. To-day’s flight of 28
planes was slightly slower

—U.P









Imeeting in

Naguib’s streamlining of the
regency, the last remaining mem-
ber of monarchy in Egypt, start-
ed at mid-night. He chose that
hour to announce the firing of
Colonel Rashad Mehanna, an
Artillery Officer appointed to the
Council after last Summer’s Army
coup. While Egypt waited
possible repercussions from
Mehenns's powerful friends among
the Mosler clergy, the Premier
summoned an emergency Cabinet
session.

The Cabinet agenda was not
disclosed, While the meeting was
in progress, one of the three re-
gents Prince Abdel Moneim asked
to see Naguib. Naguib left the
meeting. Within a few minutes,
the third regent B. Barakat now
at his Bilbeis Farm in lower Egypt
confirmed in .a~telephene call
from the United Press that he had
resigned and that his resignation
had been accepted by the govern-
ment, Immediately afterwards
Naguib announced that the old
Three Man Council had been dis-
solved and that in its place Egypt
had a single regent Prince Abdel
Moneim.

Naguib did not disclose what
effect, if any, the regency stream-
lining would have. on the
monarchy. Egypt’s sovereign nine-
months-old Fuad IT had been in
Italy with ex-King Farouk and
ex-Queen Narriman since Naguib
exiled Farouk after abdication. At
that time Naguib pledged support
to the monarchy as an institution
and there has been no indication
that he has since qhanged his
views.

—UP.

MR. RENISON
IN JAMAICA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Oct. 14.

Mr. Patrick Renison Governor
designate of British Honduras ar-
rived in Jamaica to-day from
Londen for a week before going
to British Honduras on Monday.

Mr. Renison’ succeeds’ Sir
Ronald Garvey new Governor of
Fiji and was .acting Governor of
Trinidad at the time of his ap-
pointment.

Mr, Renison expressed regret to
learn of the illness of Sir Hugh
Foot Jamaica’s Governor and
wished him a speedy recovery.

7th Annual





U.N. Assembly Opened

(By BRUCE MUNN)

UNITED NATIONS, New York, Oct. 14.
RETIRING PRESIDENT Luis Padilla Nervo of Mexico
urged the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday
to “return to the spirit which presided over the birth of

the United Nations.”

Padilla Nervo delivered the first major diplomatic
pronouncement as the 60-nation assembly started its sev-
enth annual session meeting for the first time in is glitter-|prought ashore by the company’:

for |

Congress in 1939 but the second
world war and reconstruction pre-
vented completion of the work.

The Congress expected to ered |

a Central Committee empowered
to organjse a Presidium to replace

the present Politburo, It also must!

jchoose a Secretariat and a Party
Control Committee and elect al
; Central Inspection Committee, |

A radio announcement said the|
Revision Committee headed by|
Premier Stalin includes four Pol- |
| itburo members, L. P. Beria, L. M. |
Kaganovitch, G. M. Malenkoy,/
jand V. M. Molotov.—(C,P.) |

Ship Shelled
By Chinese _
Communists |

HONG KONG, Oct. 14

A Chinese Communist shore
battery off Lingting Island, 15
miles south-west of the British
colony, of Hong Kong, opened fire
on # Hong Kong Government ship
authorities said.

A revenue cutter chasing a junk}
suspected of smuggling was bom-
barded by fifteen rounds of light
artillery. Two rounds landed
dangerously close, forcing the cut-
ter to give up the chase.

Last month, Chinese shore bat-
teries on Lafsami Tsland fired on
two Royal Navy warships whieh
had raced to the rescue of a Brit-!
ish steamer intercepted by s



Chinese gunboat. A British Gov-

ernment protest over the incident
brought no reply from the}
Chinese.—(C,P.) \

Maj. Gen. Riley And.
Gen. Naguib Confer |

TRO, Oct, 14, |

Major-Gen William Riley,
chief of the United Nations Pales-
tine Truce Commission conferred
here on Tuesday with General!
Mohammed Naguib and _ other
Egyptian authorities. The subject |
matter of the conference was not
disclosed,

Riley, who arrived by air, is
scheduled to return to Jerusalem '
on Thursday, He drove directly |
to Naguib’s residence from the ait-|

port.







—UP.

Meeting Of



ing new headquarters on New York East River.

The Mexican diplomat
pointing the Korean
review of the
situation, gave a full endorse-
ment to the stand of American]
|

regotiators at Panmunjom.

“Non-forcible repatriation of |
prisoners of war”, Padilla Nervo
said, “is a healthy and forward
looking principle which
serves to five human rights their
just supremacy over conventional |
practices in this field. (one |
thing appears clear, that if in
effect an armistice has been!
depending only on the prisoner of!
war question — have no other |
possibilities been sought to solve
this question to arrive at an hon-
ourable armistice in some other
form, Because once the objective
of aggression was frustrated the
efforts of the United Nations
should have been concentrated on
preventing further destruction of
life and property.”



reviewed the history of

for the United Nations perma-
nent home and the construction

[for the of New York as the site

of its skyseraper headquarters
offiees, conference building and
assembly hall at the cost of

$6,600,000

only lithe Establishment of @

‘retary General Trygve Lie| bill sets out the type of
the | eligible



“sietui| Louse Establish Civil
Servants Training Fund

The House of Assembly last
‘night passed a bill providing for
Training

Fund for Civil Servants into
which will be paid all sumg of
money voted by the Legislature
for the purpose of training.
Under the scheme which the
Bill seeks to effect the ent
expended of money
voled by the Legislature will not
lapse but will remain in the fund
to meet commitments alreacy
entered into in respect of the
training of Civil Servants.
Provision is also made under
the Bill for the fund to be ad-
ministered by the Governor on
the advice of the Public Service
Commission and in addition, the
perso
for scholarships or
courses. These are placed in five



categories (a) Public Service
Officers, (b) Public Employees,
(c) Secondary School Teachers,

(4) Parochial Empioyees and
{(€) such other persons or classes
jot persons as the Governor-in-
Executive Committee may from

Mayor Vincent Impedlitteri wel-| time to time determine.

comed the assembly to its first
its new permanent
Ambassador Warren Aus-
permanent representative of
United States spoke on be-

home
tin,
the

j|half of the headquarters Advisory
| Committee.
) ters’’,
450 | combined

“In these headquar-
Austin said, “there are
stone, glass meta!
textiles with elements

; wood and

lof human heritage.”

i —U.P.

| A Suggestion
A suggestion by some Honour-
‘able members including Mr. R
G. Mapp, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis and
Mr. L. A. Williams that instead |
of the Governor acting solely on!
the advice of the Public Service|
Commission, ‘this advice should
be given by the Governor-in- |
Executive Committee in the event |}
that Ministerial status was grant-
ed The suggestion drew strong|





WEDNESDAY,

OCTOBER

15, 1952



The
the

~ivish

three. Barbados
Aa * Meeting
West ies
ducers Association \
veld at. Georgetown
leave tonight at 10
D.W.LA, for Trinidad

+



Sugar
ach
on

where they

will reywain overnight and fly
om tO Gritish Guiana on the fol-
lowing daly,

|
|

They are Hon. E. S. Robinson
Hon. H. A, Cuke and Hon
D, L. Pile. They are expected
© return to Barbados on Satur-



Amon:
e consideration of
‘ice formula which will affect
re 1953 crop, and the question
’ sales of sugar to Canada

Chafeman. of the meeting
ioe m. Harold Robinson,
~ Trinidad representative to
Meeting. Advising Mr. Robinggr
will be Mr. Eric Jobnson,
HON. H. A. CUKE : }. C. Muir and Mr. DJ

the



Bill Te €onsolidate



Public Health Acts Sent:

To Select Committee

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY on a 10—6 majority
yesterday sent.to a Select Committee a Bill to consolidate



° ihe Bill te a Select Committee
Turkish And)“:
illiams, E,

Crawford, H. A

and amend the Acts of this Island relating to Public
Health.

Those who voted for sending

A. E. S. Lewis, L. A.

W. Barrow, M, E

U go i a « |Cox, W. A
k M vughan, J, A. Haynes, E, K, Wal-
e e inisters tt, E. D. Mottley and Dr, Cum-

» mins. Those in favour of consid-
Hold | ‘alks , jeving the Bill immediately were
* Messrs. C. E. Talma, E. St. A.

| Holder, G. H. Adams, F. E Milly

LONDON, Oct. 14.. 'R. G. Mapp and Mrs. Bourne
The Turkish Premier oae| The ten-man Select Committee
Menders and Foreign Minister! appointed were:— Messrs. Talma,

Fuad Koprulu conferred on Tues-

" Holder, E. E. Smith, E. D. Mottley,
day with Prime Minister Winste

Haynes, Vaughan, Crawford, Wil-



Churchill and Foreign Seeretafy|jiams, Dr. Cummins and Mys
Anthony Eden, it was officially an-| }tourne

nounced. It is the first of a series; In the Objects and reasons of the
of talks during the present goo@-: ill it is stated that the Public

will visit of Turkish Minister$,, 4ealth Bill is the third of a serjes
expected to determine Turkey’s | { Bills designed, in accordance
stand in the vital Mid-Eastern de.| vith the proposals contained in a

fence scheme and. in Balkap|inemorandum submitted by the
security alignments with Greece! Chief Medical Officer, to re-organ-
and Yugoslavia, : | ze the medical and public health

Both Churchill and Eden visited |s«rvices of the Island.

the Turkish Ministers at thet Two of these Billy have alread)
embassy. this afternoon only a veen dealt with by the Legislature
hours after they had paid courtésy|under the titles of the Barbados



calls- at number 10 Downing Street| General Hospital Act, 1947, anc
and the Foreign Office. |the Department of Medical Ser
The Ministers who arrived here! ¥'ces Act, 1947,

on Monday night on a week's! s
visit will dine tonight with Eden Part Of Series
and leading members of the gov-| , '

7 haat This Bill also forms part of the
ar, T aan oar ana — eries of bills which will be placed
als waen 5 Cy &@ isers ane

efore the Legislature in imple
| mentation of the Maude Report or
|} Local Government in the Islagd
—U.P. "he first of the series — namely

| the Local Gove ey Bill, 1952, is

Pp e it sent be Legislature.

Eq pment For present betore the Legislaturc
Gulf Oil Co

‘the Public Health Bill is the first

One Id lorry for|‘he Local Government Bill.
ene TOR carl, ca.|, The Public Health Bil oonsoli-
pected to arrive in Barbados this | (ates and amends the statute law
morning by the Alcoa Toniaa\¢f this Island relating to Public
Leader from the U.S.A. Dr. W. F.! tea@ith so as to render the system
Auer, the company’s Manager told ‘7 public health administration in
the Advocate yesterday.

He said that towards the enc . " '
of the week, 200 tons of equip-; DÂ¥: ol ee ee a
ment will, also be arriving in| neving e second reading of the
addition to another shipment of ill said that it was circulated on
aoe a aoe oa be es in honourable members had an op-
P ‘Aang SS Seuteenent wisn be} portunity to make themselves con-

; > . fersant with it.
pieces of machinery weighing up | “Frane Min

surable
to 25 tons to be used for drilling roe ae

oil. ! ssed a Bill
Some of the equipment, how-/ Health Bill.

Sir John Slesser,
Royal Airforce.

Marshall of the





» confer specific powers on the
|Councils to be established under

j/Guirements and standards.

in 1948, the House
called the Public
It went to the Other

ever, will be too heavy to Place where it died with the death
handled by lighters and these|of the legisloture in 1949
heavy pieces will therefore be

5 | Few Amendments

| The Bill before the House that

jday did not differ substantially

from the Bill which was passed by

[the House in 1948, There were ¢
@ On Page 3

barge,



’ !
Surcharge
comment trom Mr. Adams w; W ithd
said that he hoped that he wot \ } ” l rawn
never live to see the day when



{ the Bills that will be necessary !

Going to Sugar Talks

delegates
of the
Pro-
will be
Friday,
o'clock by

tae Hems on the agenda
annual

wil
the
the ,

1

Mr.
Verity.

|

| the Island suitable to modern re-| #5

August 29 and during that period, | the

members would re- | hot

| Being Investigated |



Advorate

PRICE: FIVE CENTS






HON, G. D. L. PILE











YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall from Codrington: 45 in
Total rainfal’ for month to date: 1,72 ins.
Highest Tanpetature 7 F.

Lowest Temperature: 735° PF.
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per hour
Barometer: @. a.m.) 2976, (3 p.m.)
20.882
TO-DAY
Sunrise: 5.59 a.m,
Sunset: 5.58 pan
Moon: Last Quarter, October: 10,
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
High Tide: 1.07 aam., 142 p.m.

Low Tide: 745 a.m. 8.05 p.m,

Russ
| Lyi

RUSSIA REFUSED aw her demand for the
recall of United States Ambassador, George F. Kennan,
and again accused him of lying about the isolation of
Western diplomats in Moscow.

In Washington the State Department said it had no

comment on the new Soviet note.

The Russians stuck to their
charge of October 3 that Mr. Ken-;
nan had violated diplomatic cus-



tom in likening the plight of

an diplomats in Russia to e
life under internment in Nazi O Col 7
Germany during Worlq War II. nm Ones

The Soviets were to Wc \
United States note at eetote: 8)
rejecting Moscow's charges as in-
valid. e Russian reply said ihe
United States contention that Mr.
Kennan had only “accurately anc
in moderate language” describec
the isolation of Western diplomat
in Moscow, was “in crude contras‘
\o reality and is entirely ground

Start Today

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Oct. 14.
Tomorrow is the first day for
Jonies questions following the
e-assembly of Parliament. Many
iestions are listed for answer
Mr. Oliver

tesa” Lyttelton but only
—_ coneerns the West Indies
It said “this arbitrary assertion : c “hair
vepresents an unfounded attempt os Wr ree eo ee
to justify a mendacious statement T see ao oe —
hostile to the Soviet Union ms: oa um se, ” Oo as. :
by the former United States Am elton whether he will make

bassador to the USSR. Mr. Ker itatement about the conference
nan.” 1 Canadian-West Indian trade
Although the Soviet note re-}/cld in the Colonial. Office in

September
No official information fs avail-

ferred to Mr. Kennan as “former
United States Ambassador to Mo

cow, the United States still regards | ‘ble whether . the Secretary of
him as accredited to the Sovie ate for the Colonies will in fact
Union and refuses to take thojmake a_ statement for Govern-
formal step of “recalling” him.fment. It is believed however

However there is no way in which! hat

Mr.



Lyttelton will say he



he U.S. can return Mr, Kennan] es no further information to add
to Moscow now that the Sovic cy the time being to the state-
Union has declared him person ent issued at the conclusion of
HON. E. 8S. ROBINSON pe grata. London talks,
a Mr, Kennan is at present }
f Bonn, Germany and United State
JAMAICA WILL ['surces “expect “iin "wo"“rema] [yas
‘here at least for the rest of the hil e es
ENTER ORCHID ear as special adviser to the ‘

COMPETITION

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Oct, 13

Jamaica, famous for exotic
orchids, will exhibit at the Fifth
International Orchid Show in
Washington, D.C., on October 25
and 26 with blooms sent from the
Jamaica Orchid Society

Airlines are flying blooms fe
the show from Australia, England,
France, Japan, Belgium, Puerto
Rico, Cuba, Mexico and other
countries,

Twenty-seven Jamaica paintings
left the island today for Cuba for
the Exhibition of the Lyceum
Tennis Club, Havana beginning
Friday. They are the first Jamaica
paintings to be exhibited in Cuba
and are representative of paint-
ings done here during the last ten
years, The Exhibition will be
opened by the British Ambassa-
dor to Cuba,—(C.P.)

Indian Tour
Not Called Off|

Mr. John Goddard, one of the
electors of the West Indian
Cricket team, returned from Trini
jad yesterday. morning. He had
gone to Trinidad prior to his in-
tended visit to British Guiana
with other selectors to see the
urrent Intercolonial cricket series
between British Guiana and Ja-
maica. After his arrival there it
decided to forego plans for



the British Guiana visit,
He said that the West Indian
Cricket Board has received com-

munication from India relative to
proposed India-West Indies
tour,

There has been a rumour that
the India-West Indies tour might
come off, but Mr, Goddard
“id it seems as though the tour
will definitely come off. The
Board is awaiting further
munication from, India



Communism
Among Antericans

NEW YORK, Oct. 14.
A United State senate ub-
emmittee will call more wit-
es today in an Investigation

Communist activitie among
rth Americans employed by the

n
oO
N
United Nations.

Civil Servants depended on the LONDON, Oct. 14. The subcommittee on internal
whims and smiles of politicians.) Gonference Lines operating be-| ecurity scheduled its second
‘Such a step,” would open the}iween Britain and Brazil in a\jublic session at 10.00 a.m, E.S.T.
doer to corruption and reduce | tice to shippers said they had|in the Federal Courts building
Civil Servants to a bunch of) withdrawn the surcharge of 15{)«nd planned to question at iesst
“lackeys.”’ per cént. on freights to the portjhalf a dozen new witnesses. who

Mr. Adams said that the sug-|of Santos which had
gestion was tantamount to re- owing to congestion.
pealing the provisions mac: un- In view of improved
der the Public Service Commis-|jijons at
sion Act where they were given |.sjso
the power to appoint Civil Ser-
vants and recommend their pro-|jpents
motions,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) in intro-
ducing the Bill said that the Gov-! .,

been
condi-

decided that the
to that port

educed to 15 per cent.
The decisions affect shipments



vessels beginning to load or We are sure to get something
ernment had found it difficult to]... Stier Ouibtee is: wr out of this investigation but it
ensure that the full amount pro-|" Conference Lines comprise the! Will take time” said Senator
ie. annually by the Legi “—_ Blue Star Line, Thomas andj Willis Smith, 4 member of the
or training courss s expended) ye Harrison. 1 ort andisitheommittee, “There are un-
while at the same time the amount}? 2Mes, ete ca eet mee, ete ae ate ; . Cc ‘
has neither been over expended | Holt LINE, Poets, Steams :Navign- at ver nel We have
by dea Seiaeens jtion Company and Royal Mail]‘ 2, eee ave |
: | Lines, ibpoenaed”,
. —U-P.
Might Be Postponed —U.P. UF
He said that this was due to the

fact that different types of course gy " P e ’
may commence in one financial FISHING RIGHTS | Communists
year and not end until a later FOR DISCUSSION
financial year and that a course| | Homes Searched
which is expected to cor menoa CANBERRA, Oct. 14
at a certain time may have to be Commerce Minister John Mc-

postponed owing to the shortage of

| Ewen announced on Tuesday that
vacancie transport difficulties





levied |‘

Rio De Janeiro the lines} cpening of

present} General

urcharge of 25 per cent. on ship-|!

should oe United Nations has a staff of 3,500
j

interviewed in
-ssion last night
Hearing coincided with the
the United Nations
Assembly only a few
Manhattan, The

ere executive



iles uptown in

ersons more than half of
ue United States citizens,

whom



TOULOUN, France, Oct. 14

ha been learned that



1 representatives of the Australian rche vere carried out at a
and. other things. government will shortly enter ne-; } . litent Comrr satie

Clause four of the Bill seeks ta] gotiations with the Japanese gov-|' oer, OF Pern ‘ ager j
provide that the Fund will be ad-j| ernment concerning fishing rights | "OMes here Auth arenes
ministered by the Governor act-jin Australian territorial water: | esults of police searches mi
ing on the advice of the Public | Thi action is to be taken under|'® made known later but refu
Service Commission ilso|the terms of the Japanese Peace|to disclose the mes of person
ets out certain person ea} flected

@ On Page 5 —UP UP

com- }

, State Department on Soviet affairs.

demand for Mr,
| KXennan's recall stemmed from the
j(tatement he made at a press con

Air Campaign

Criticised

'
| The Soviet

jference on his®arrival in Berlin
from Moscow on September 19 on
his way to the United States dip- By CHARLES CORDUROY
lomatic conference in London, * -

Mr. Kennan at the time said Priced EE OTON, Oct. 14.
Western diplomats in Moscow . irforce officers on Tues-

‘ay cited praise by Generals Mark
lark and James Van Fleet to
ounter the assertion by General
‘emuel Shepherd, junior Marine
orp Commandant, that the Ko-
rean Airforce is “fizzle”.

Expressions of “satisfaction”
and “gratitude” by Far East and
Eighth Army Commanders during
‘be. just ended battlefield visit of
Al’ Secreialy ramas Finieuer
were quoted to counter Shepherd's
criticism of the United States air
wmpaign.

Shepherd intentionally of not
picked open old sores when he told
i news conference late on Mon-
day that “Operation Strangle” was

ived in “icy edld atmosphere” and
compared conditions in the Sovic
pital with those he experienced
when imprisoned by Nazi Ger
many during World War II.
—U.P.

$99m. Aid For
Yugoslavia

BELGRADE, Oct, 14.
United States Britain and France
will provide Yugoslavia with
$99,000,000 in economic aid in the



Allied aerial efforts in Korea
fiscal year ending next June 30,1 “Strangle” was the name given
reliable sources said on Tuesday.}ig the Airforce which devised and
The announcement late yesterday jointly carried out the” effort to
aid four powers had reached

knock out Communist supply and
communications lines from the
front to the Manchurian border
Shepherd who returned. recently
from a Far East tour said Gespite
intensive air raids, the Reds used
the lull in ground fighting to good
advantage and built up their sup-
plies,
Finletter

agreement on the aid programme
but it gave no figures

reached
delicate
will get

Under the
ifter four months of
negotiations, Yugoslavia
iw materials, consumer goods
ind technical assistance, The
United States will furnish $79,000,-

agreement

will get a @harice to

000 worth of aid. Last year itleomment on Shepherd's assertions
save the same amount, although}at a news conference tentatively
the Allied total was $120,000,000.\set for Wednesday.

—U-P. —UP.

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TWO

Carib C.

H's Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage attended

the final game in th Basket
ball series which was played at
the Y.M.P.C. grounds last night
when the Carib Bears met an

Island Team.

Farewell Dance

(THE Malvern Sports Club will

held-@ farewell dance ct
Halloway Guest House, The Ivy,
to-night in honour of the visiting
Carib Beags Basketball team who
will be-=yzeturning to Trinidad
shortly.

Drive For Charities

{* their drive to .colléct funds
for the Christmas Charities,
the ladies of the Woodside Club
are staging a Lawn Tennis Tour-
nament when a small admission
fee willh-be charged.

Some of the best local players
of the game will take. part.
“Poney” Hynam will meet Den-
nis Worm@zat. .Woodside to-mor-
row aftertigon, October 16. This
match. promists to be exciting
“Poney”’, Tesh ‘from his service
in thé R.AGF., with his powerful
forehand rive and a_ sturdy
player, wit mest the artistry of
Denis -Wo ;

The: maffh promises
a hight stampard,

On “Tuegfiay next October 2!,
there ~ wil be a men’s doubles
bringiag together four of tie
most popular players; Eric Taylox
and Dr. Charlie Manning will
take on Louis St. Hill and Darre!!
Trimifigham who have threaten-
ed to ower the colours and re-
duce the ability which these
doublés players have been en-
joying-

“Thoge who attend the matches

to be of

Married Last Saturday
S* MATTHIAS CHURCH
‘ the scene of a very pretty
wedding at 4.30 p.m. on Satur-
day, llth October, when Miss
Peggy Yvonne Cox of “Dayton”,
Worthing, was married ‘to Mr.
Roy John Chouler, son of Mr, C.
J. Chouler and the late Mrs.
Chouler of Wellingborough,
Northampton, England.

was

HE happy

Miss . Patricia

U.S. Airforce,
Squadron.

will net only witness good tennis The bride who was given ‘n patsy was a

but will do their bit in helping â„¢arriage by her father wore a jeft Barbados
a worthy cause. gown of lace and nylon. Her England to
- 3 finger tip nylon veil was held in there. She is

Comings And Goings place by a tiara of orange blos- Warneford G

: poms, She carried a bouquet of warwickshire

Dark red roses and Michaelmas ;

Me: WILLIAM TOWERS of is stationed a
Barclays Bank



of the recent

work



MR, & MRS. ROY JOHN CHOULER

Wed In England

news was received
marriage of
Inniss, eldest

daughter of Mr. Cossie Inniss of
Collymore Rock
pupil of Queen’s College, to Mr.
Richard P. Bee, a member of the

and a former

3917th Operations

mong the girls who
in March 1950 for
in a Hospital
now a nurse at the
eneral Hospital,
while her husband
t Manston, Rams-

(D.C. & O.) daisies and was attended by her g, ; ati yy
was a passenger by B.W.1.A./ sister Miss Betty Cox as brides- Sr He is a native of New
B.O.A.C. for Puerto Rico — New maid who wore a dress of orchid Carib joins in’ sending best
York = London on Monday last net arid carried a bouquet of wishes to the young couple |
on a Visit. light orchid spathoglettis. ; f

** * * * he ceremony was conducted ; of : ¥
- by the Rev. A. E. Armstrong and Holidaying At Crane Hotel
Ro JOHN GODDARD return- the bestman was Mr. Denis War- R. AND MRS, F.C. TOM-
eid from Trinidad by yen, the ushers were Mr. Richard INNGSON are n seats
B.WIA. yesterday morning. He Cox, Mr. Harold Roett, Mr. Rus- Bum emine earete

at the Crane

did not go on to British Guiana a tapoceiaate

sel Hey and y. Jack Jacob.
for the Cricket Tournament, ee ns ate

A reception was held at “Day-

British Guiana vs. Jamaica. ton”, Worthing, the home of the “” having an enjoyable time.
° r °. bride’s parents and the happy Mr. Tomlingson is Superin-
le left for the Crane Hotel tendent of the McKenzie Mines of
; . METIVIER was also ©OUP c zie es 0
Pa the arrivals pene where the honeymoon is being the Demerara Bauxite Co., Mc-
Trinidad by B.W.LA. yesterday 5P°* Kenzie, British Guiana.
morning on a visit,
* ” * *

Fngiand Bound
N Strasbourg I saw the dread-

R, J. NICOL, Education Ad- bay Water eht -.-% Marshall eee. But
wiser to the Comptroller for jon less stone wieralo me mole Mio as &
Development and Welfare and Leclere. He stands rigidly against lagers waltze

an obelisk. Ou either side of him
is a large woman
a sort of Egyptian dance, and
weighed down by enormous
wings. A couple of hundred yards
away, in the Rue de la Mesanga

Mrs. Nicol will be among the pas- next item was
sengers leaving for England on
Friday by the S.S. Golfito, They
expect to be in the U.K. for six
months’ holiday.

crouching in
Usted Bailar?

furious

pass Ss ing for (m0w all shops and business cobbler from
er et aime inctude houses) there once stood the heir to the
Lt. Col. and Mrs. I. E. Begg, Dr, Mouse where young Rouget de
and Mrs. F. N. Grannum, Mr, Hsle comvosed the Marseillaise. — On the wall was an advertise-
David: E. Malone, Mrs, Grace seen What is all this ment for one of the disgusting
Pearce and two children, Mr. ‘Mysol. Ps ee _ American drinks, I asked the
and Mrs. J. B. Robinson and yself: A stinging blow in cobbler if anyone drank these

child, “and Major and Mrs. M, L. | the face for you, my pest,

U.N. Gets
Chapel

> UNITED NATIONS

things and he
" ; of the young
The Dance was rather
NE evening two accordions “It’s all
and a drum arrived, and I people who
prepared to watch the old Alsatian chemistry.”





. New York, Oct 14
A finy chapel with a raw
mahogany log for an altar will
open «Tuesday in the General

Assenibly building. White drapes
cover "the painted brick walls, the
blue United Nations flag stands to
the right of the altar and 25 chairs
completes the picture. The simple
chapel is in startling contrast to
the majesty and grandeur of the
new $12,250,000 hall.

Durtng its six-year history, the
United Nations received much
mail protesting the lack of prayer
at its sessions, Since many relig-
ions and some atheistic factions
are re@presented in the United
Nations, officials decided on a!
minuté of silence for either prayer
or meditation at the beginning
and end of each General Assembly !
sessioQ. The new chapel is ex-
pected to meet demands of com-
plainahts without committing the
Uniteq Nations to any particular
religion or form of worship.

Mr. (Glend Bennett, head of the
United Nations planning, said the
chapel would be known as the
“Meditation room” and it was en-
visioned by Secretary General |
Trygve Lie several years ago be-
fore plans for the building were
completed. The chapel is situated
to the right of the entrance to the
Great*Assembly hall. There is no}
door, Dnly an arch through the |
rough" mahogany. The United
Nations flag and the chairs-can be
seen, -The chapel contains no
Bible, *no_ Koran, no tfacks on |!
Marxism. Its simple aitar was de-
signed=to mean all things to all ;
men ygho avail themselves of its |
ude.—U.P.

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BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber

the band played O
tango, and the vil-
vigorously. The
a Spanish air I had

last heard in the Pyrenees: Quiere

and to this the vil-

lagers jigged whatever steps came
into their heads,
argument

while
with
Saverne,

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an old
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952

For
Women

Only !

“It’s Magic!” say the kiddies as the
rabbit pops out of the hat. And it
is MAGIC you will agree, once
you’ve tried AMPLEX. This tiny
chlorophyll tablet really does
work wonders. Combating all un-
pleasant body-odours from within,
Amplex, nature’s deodorant waves
a magic wand, ensuring bodily

freshness always.
@

AND MAGIC IT IS! smiles this beauty. SILF SLIM-
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Seconded

om i WwW R ARMSTRONG
has bien seconded for duty
at Government House as Private
Secretary and A.D.C. to the
Governor.

In addition Capt. Armstrong is
‘n charge of the Police Tele-
Communications, the Training
School and the Police Dogs.















































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FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952

* Look in the section in which your birthday comes and >
find what your outlook is, according to the stars,

* ARIES Direct your energies
March 21—April 20 nels. Retain ambitious plans within
legitimate bounds. Spur-of -the-moment
decisions should be tempered with sound
philosophy. ¥

he
Fine aspects lend support to your earnest 3
efforts, Sustain your drive forward and
by all honourable means, Avoid prob-
lems that might confuse tssues.

*

GEMINI If you start something carry it through
( May 21—June 21 to a successful conclusion, Don’t give up

* halfway if the going is rough.

«x June 22—July 23

* x0

July 24—Aug. 22
*

Major Dennis Vaughan, form-
er Private Secretary to the Gov-
ernor, recently left the island to
be Private Secretary and A.D.C.
to Sir Robert Arundell, K.C.M.G.,
O.B.E., Governor of the Wind-
ward Islands.

Off To U.S.A.
ISS ETHLENE HARRIS “i
Hindsbury Road was among
the passengers recently leaving
the island to take up permanent
residence in the U.S.A.
Miss..Harris is a former nurse
of the Barbados General Hospital.

Doing Good Work




into proper chan- yh

*
& TAURUS

April 21—May 20

MING TABLETS are responsible for her slim, yet
well proportioned figure. NO MATTER HOW OVER-
WEIGHT. You can safely reduce. SILF SLIMMING
TABLETS, taken as a regular course, will quickly
bring down your weight. No exercise, no diet, just
a SILF TABLET A DAY TO MELT THAT UGLY
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os Girls Industrial Union
continues to be the outstand-
ing institution for women. Within
recent months the membership
has increased considerably gir's
and women on the role now num-
ber well over. five hundred.

On a visit to the Union Rooms,

Your innate capability should be promi- >
nently displayed, Keep in. tune with n
benefic rays: Manoeuvre “breaks” so they * Me
work better to your advantage.

*

Fair day for you determined, persistent
Leoites, Don’t go to extreme of straining

Happy? Yes I’m happy and can afford
to smile. can you? Sparkling teeth should
120 with a happy disposition, and with a
SPA TOOTHBRUSH to hand, your teeth
should sparkle. Whether in nylon or
bristle, a Spa toothbrush is built to nene-

.. : : pr becoming overanxious in desire to trate every crevice, and the longest hard
poe gree Under ‘a eet attain. Home, business affairs, highly wear fails to crush ‘those bristles.” TRY
classes a 7 : ad- sponsored, : fou’

ing of Household Furnishing, * x, SMR se roe

A SPA.

+

Stencilling has been recently
started, This is the process of
making patterns for dresses and
even useful designs for walls and
various other decorations.

Schedule actions to get most out of day’s
good influences. Analyze needs and
gau@e their .relative importance. Then
strike out with full vigor for best results.





And what does Yvonne here advise
for Care of the Hair? BANDBOX
\. PREPARATIONS, of course. Every
user of Bandbox Shampoos, Brilliantines, Hair
Perfume, and the Miracle Hair-dressing Colaire,
renews her purchases. Bandbox Preparations,
SOFTEN AND NOURISH THE HAIR.
TRY EACH ONE FOR YOURSELF.

Two little girls
look the world
over. Both belong
ito Mrs, Smith just
round the corner.
Mrs. Smith is a
believer in the
small family, and

X are. we Bept. 23

*

LIBRA
* Sept. 24—Oct. 23

He
SCORPIO
x Oct. 24—Nov. 22

Favourable indications should encourage 3
added effort, Add a little window dress-
ing to your activities, make them more
potent, News of unusual nature likely

soon.
*

Don’t waste your acquisitive talents onan
wrong goals, Essentials demand _first
attention. Personal, social, civic affairs
more favoured by p.m. rays. *

Girls continue to take increas-
ing interest in Commercial Sub-
jects. Bookkeeping, shorthand and
typing, are now taught with the
object of qualifying girls for the
L.C.C, Examinations.

Another class recently started
was the Home Nursing class on
Thursday afternoons. Girls from
18 Clubs unite under the careful
supervision of teachers to pro-
duce a wide range of handicrafts






























* SAGITTARIUS Be not anxious to take over others’ chores




—baskets made from reeds, mats, Nov. 23—Dec. 22 or “do it better yourself’, There it to those who are . :
See epee ee, eas eee plenty you must do anyway to have @ fe mate cea oe Nee aad
and — toys, embroidery and full, prwductive day. * yet most effective contraceptive on the
a or = thy dabor market. Rendell-Foam is safe, and sure.

In the kitchen they were busy RN The proceeds of honest, worthy labo :
doing cake icing, ted pastry wane 21 are distributed in «more and farther + That’s a sentence passed by RANTU, BAN-
They are now taught table ser- directions for good than we realize, How SHEE and GITSTICK, a deadly trio no pe

can withstand, RANTU for RATS, GI
STICK for INSECT PESTS, and BANSHEE
tor whatever crawling creature bothers you
“It’s death to them all, say RANTU BAN-

SHEE and GITSTICK, Make their acquaint-

[~ __—~PERFECT
for Snacks !

A\
And Bill’s too. His favourite is a Milk *

*

* AQUARIUS
x Jan, 22—Feb. 20

wrong it is to waste time or effort!

” *
If finishing something, finish it with as
much care and enthusiasm as you began
it, Renew ambition, give yourself that
pep talk we all need occasionally,

* ¥

PISCES Some days we just don’t “feel” up to
Feb. 21—-March 20 par; then we must either urge ourselves
more, aiming always at consistency, or
relax for a build-up, if we have been

straining, Do all sanely,

YOU BORN TODAY: Have much for which to be thank-

vice and butlering.

For several years now Barba-
dians have been ignorant of in-
struction received in domestic
science and elementary training
in technical ‘subjects at the
Union.

Through the untiring interest
of the Secretary these girls will
go far and will thus continue to
spread afield in social activity.

Official Opening

‘fWHE Self Help Enterprises

Ltd’s Gasolene and Service
Station at Tweedside Road will
be officially opened Thursday
evening at 5.30 o’clock by Mr,
Justice J. W. B. Chenery, The

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* ful, though all this year may not have pleased as you would
liked, Think about your fine mind and ability to get : eis
ao ‘with various peonhe. Dwell upon the daily “minor” Shake—with GLUCOSE D. Yours might
* blessings whose very existence makes them forgettable. Birth-
date of Virgil, x ay

be a fruit-juice, try it with Glucose D, the /



a ceremony will lait 62) ees soe , SSS vitamin that gives abundance of energy.
our. \ :
\ i EAZA a HEA i RE Use it instead of, sugar and see the differ-
i i RIDGETO TIN i be by Savory & Moore.
Listening Hours GETOWN BARBAREES O18 a. ence, but it must be bj ’
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Last 2 Shows To-day Last 2 Shows To-day

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445 & 8.30 p.m. 4.30 & 8.30 4.45 & 830 p.m.
‘ \ r a “
4.00-—7.15 Pm, — 25.53m,, 31 32m KUniversal’s Thrilling Laugh ae eueat MAN FFEL TOWER”
| Muon “Seite ~~ ska Ro . Spectacle !
4.00 (Technicolor) (Color)
Daily Po neh “New Reouraa: Bud a John PAYNE & Charles LAUGHTON
5 00 pm. Rugby League Football, 5 08 JABBOTT COSTELLO “MY FRIEND IRMA” “HUNT THE MAN
MEET THE John LUND & DOWN”

pm Racing, 515 pm_ Souvenirs of M WI
Music, 6.00 p.m. Scottish Magazine, INVISIBLE MAN aria WHSON Gis YOUNG
6.15 pm Listeners’ Choice, 645 pm ‘Thats, Special 1 80 p.m, Thurs. (only)
Sports. Round-Up and Programme Par-|(((Extra Special Attraction ars. Special 1 80 p.m: 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.

ade, 700 pm The News, 7.10 pm Shell Oil Co. Ltd., Film “MONEY MADNESS” WALKING ON AIR











Home N F ane
ome ews From Britain, “AIR PARADE” WESTERN eee nan. *
7.15—10.30 p.m, — 31.32m., 49 71m THURS. Special 130 p.m. |] yonnny Mak Beane Rkuasieeeen ce
ea i ee RS Low a pur . 7 _Johnny Mack Brown _ obe ewton
715 pm Calling The West Indies, THOROUGHBREDS” = [/ Thurs. 4.90 & 8.30 p.m. || ~ x mae
745 pm _ In All Directions, 8.15 p m Tom L.& Sa 3.00 7

“CRIMSON CIRCLE”
Noah BEBRY &
“The COURTNEYS of
CURZON STREET”
Michael WILDING

Coming Friday
“ALONG the GREAT

4.454 8.30pm
World's Heavyweight
Championship Fight

Jersey Joe vs Rocky
WALCOTT MARCTIAN

also
“TARZAN’'S SAVAGE
FURY”

Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m, Sibelius, 8.45
pm Statement of Account, 9.00 p m
The Struggle for Europe, 10 p.m, The
News, 10.10 p.m, From The Editorials,
1015 pm Mid-Week Talk, 10 30 p.m,
Twenty Questions.

‘TRAIL of ROBIN HOOD”
Roy ROGERS (Color)

Coming FRIDAY 17th

Errgl

FLYNN & aon
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Sa SS .

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a smear of MOSQUITIN over the skin will keep all insects, mos-
quitos and flies at a distance. Mosquitin is smooth and sweet-smell-
ing to use, It will APPEAL TO YOU BUT NOT TO MOSQUITCS—
that’s why I like it. Comes in a handy tube—try MOSQUITIN—
reasonable too,



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15,

1952





@ rom Page |
few amendments in some of the
clauses he said and added that as
there was no change .in substance
as far as the present Bill was con-

cerned and the 1948 Bill and also
the fact that it had been im the
hands of members for sometime,
he did not think there was any
necessity to refer the Bill to a

Select Committee

Dr. Cummins then moved that
the Bill be read a second time.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) said that
he would be the last to attempt to
postpone or delay in any way, any
matter which dealt with the public
health of the community

The Deputy Leader had men-
tioned that there was no necessity
to refer the Bill to a Select Com-
mittee, but at the appropriate tire,

he was going to move that it ve
sent to a Select Committee.

There were members in the
House that day who were not

members when the 1948 Bill was
discussed ‘and therefore did not
have the opportunity of going
through it as the honourable Depu-
t; Leader and many other mem-
bers

Could Not Imagine

Mr. Mottley said that he could
not imagine an elected member
changing the structural health set
up and not being fully acquainted
with the subject matter for which
he would be voting. It was true
that he had gone through the last
Bill with a fine tooth camb as men-
tioned by the honourable member
for St. Thomas, but that was duv
to his position in the metropolitan
parish.

He felt that when they were

‘ amending the public health of tne
community, the lay members cf
the House should be given an op-
portunity to peruse the Bill and
see how those amendments were
going to work in Barbados.

When he first became a member
of the House, the Chamber was
dealing with the Town and Coun-
try Planning Bill and he said then
that while it was necessary tor
some sort of control authority
dealing Town and Country Plan-
ning, he thought that the Bill was
out of proportion, considering the
economic structure of Barbados.

“Public health, like all other
legislation must go hand in hand
Ww ith the economy of the island”
Mr. Mettley said, and added that
they must not measure the health
of the community merely in dollars
and cents-

Did Not Agree

He said that he did not agree
with the Deputy Leader that the
present Bill did not differ from
the 1948 Bill. It had been drafted
with the view that the Maude
Bill or Local Government Bill
would be enacted. It was there-
fore obvious that the changes
which were in the 1948 Bill had
been placed in the present Biil
with the view that the local Gov-
ernment Bill would pass. y

He was offering no opposition
to the Bill as he would be the
last person to do so, but the
Deputy Leader would agree that
when they were thinking of pub-
lic health, they must of necessity,
think in terms of the economy of
the island and must appreciate
the present local set up and what
it provided for.

He said that there were-certain
recommendations made in the
Bill but there were not all recom-
mendations made by experts,
whether they were legal or other-
wise, which they must take, There
were members of the House who
were fully acquainted with local
boards in their particular consti-
tuencies and what the changes
would be. He would, however,
support the principle of an up-to-
date public health bill, but they
must go to Select Committee in
order to thresh out the various
obstacles.

Mr. V. B. Vaughan (I) felt that
the Bill should go to a Select
Committee as members did not
have an opportunity of studying
it thoroughly. It was all well to
say that it was before the House
since 1948. There were some mem-
bers who were not in the House
in 1948 and the measure before
them was a very important one.
SOF OOO A OPPISEE. ESPSS

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If they carried the
which all of them should.in can-
sidering Bills and other docu-
ments, they would have to be able

to give the matter thorough and
detailed study, especially in a
Bill of this kind which would

affect the life and economy of the
people of the island.

Good Sense
Mr. A. E. S. Lewis (L) said
that there might be some good
sense in sending the Bill to a
Select Committee so that the
majority of members would be-

come more familiar to the Bill.
Besides, the Bill had taken on ad-
ditional aspects with the passing,
at i@ast by the House, of the
Local Government Bill. There-
fore the argument for sending it
to a Select Committee was a
sound oné. But what he wouid
point out was that in 1948 when
the Bill was debated, his coi-
league was in favour’of sending
the Bill to a Select Committee,
but never attended a meeting.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E) here
denied this to be true. Mr. Lewis
continued that Mr. Mottley wes
not ready in attending the meet-
ings of the Select Committee.

It was good, especially at this
time, te give things good con-
sideration, but he hoped that if
the Bill was sent to a Select
Committee, members who were
anxious for it to be sent to such



In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday, Dr. Cummins
laid the following

Message No. 26/1952 dated the
15th of October, 1952; from His
Excellency the Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assém-
bly presenting for the consid-
eration of the Honourable House
a programme of development and
taxation for the five year period
1952-53 to 1956-57

Message No. 27/1952 dated the
13th of October, 1952; from His
Excellency the Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assem-
bly inviting the Honourable
House to approve that Barbados
be represented by a_ stand at
the British Industries Fair, 1953,
and that the necessary nroyision
be included in the Annual Estim-
ates for 1953-54 a

Post Office advances for payment
of Money Orders to the Sist of

July, 1952,

The following notices were
given:-

Resolution to authorise the
Governor-in-Executive to adopt

and give effect to the reecommenda-
tions of the Conference on Oils and
Fats held in Barbados from the 8th
to the 11th of July, 1952

Resolution to wuthorise His Ex-
cellency the Governor to enter into
an agreement with a person ta
serve for three years as Chief
Engineer, Waterworks Department,
at a salary of $11,520 per annum

Resolution to authorise His Ex-
cellency the Governor to enter
into un agreement with a person
to serve as Director of Petroleum
and Natural Gas, subject to the
conditions set out in the Schedule
to the resolution

Notices of the following Bill were
given and they were later read a
first time:—

Bill intituled an
the Customs Tariff

Bill intituled an
the Miscellaneous
1921.

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Rum Duty Act, 1906

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Liquor Licenses Act, 1909.

Bill intituled an Act to amend
the Petroleum Act, 1682

Bill intituled an Act to ninend

Act to amend
Act, 1921

Act to amend
Taxation Act,

the Mental Health Act, 1951

The Hotise sent to a Select Com-
mittee a Bill to consolidate and
amend the Acts of this island
relating to Public Health

The House passed the follow-
ing::-— A _ resolution for the

Governor-in-Executive to lease to
the Vestry of St. Andrew a parcel
of land containing six acres, one
rood and 12 perches at Belleplaine
St. Andrew for the purpose of es-
tablishing a playing field

A Resolution for $784 to be paid
to the substitute for the Librarian
and Secretary of the House.

A Resolution entitled ‘‘The Civil
Establishment (General) (Amend
ment) No. 8 Order, 1952, This is
to change the title of the Airport
Manager to Controller of Civil

Aviation and Airport Manager

A Bill to provide for the estab-
lishment of a Civil Service Train
ing Fund,

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October 27 at 3 p.m










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a Committee and weré on the
Committee, would attend.

Mr. C. BE. Talma (L) said he
regarded sending the Bill to a
Select Committee to be the post-
poning of it. Both members who
had spoken for the postponement
of the Bill were on the Setect
Committee appointed to consider
the Local Government. Bijl and

seldom attended its meet~-
ie Besides the Bill was before
House ever since.

Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that
as some members asked that cer-
tain measures be sent to Select
Committees and then did not at-
tend the meetings, one could not
help becoming suspicious of their
mbtives. He felt, however, that
consideration of the Bill might
bé better postponed.

A Travesty

Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
that since 1947 a Bill was pre-
pared on somewhat similar lines
To say that the Bill was identi-
cally the same was a travesty of
the truth.

Steali

His Worshi;
Folice M
yesterday placed
joiner Harold Burnett of Kew
Road, St. Michael, on a bond for
Aix months in the sum of £3 for
stealing mahogany valued at £4.
7/6, the property of Hugh Walcott
of Chelsea Road.

Burnett pleaded guilty. He was
arrested by Cpl. G. Sargeant at-
tached to the Bridge Polite Post
on July 24. The defendant used
to work at Walcott'’s place and
during the period of September 1,
1951 and July 24. 1952, Walcott
missed pieces of mahogany from
his workshop

Set. Alleyne attached to Central
Police Station prosecuted for the
Police from information received.

PLEADED GUILTY:

Patrick

Mr

gistrate

E. A. McLeod
of District
26 - year - old



Ivan Goddard of Drax

Such a Bill as that was obvi- 4).)) st. George, pleaded guilty

ously difficult and complicated. If perfore

atiybody was to be of any assis-
tance in the considering of it
besides giving their own ideas,
it was necessary ghat a Bill of
such great importance should be
sent to a Select Cammittee
where other Acts could be
referred to.

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that
pérsonally he felt that there was
a grave danger and he would
not have said that if it were not

for what was happening, with
régards the Public Utilities Pill
and what might happen to the

Maude Bill—a grave danger that
the mere desire for demo-crati
cdéntrol might lead them to play
into the hands of people who
were fundamentally opposed ty
progressive legislation.

New members of the House
might not be conversant with
Public Health Legislation, but

when a man came into the House,
it was taken for granted that he
would take pains to become
a¢quainted with the Législation
which was passed before, Other-
wise everytime there was a bye-
election even, they would have
to go back over evérything again,
He was appealing to Honourable

members not to play the game
of the Opposition and frustrate
legislation. The Bill was much
the same as the old Public
Health Bill.

If the Bill went to a Select
Committee he would ask mem-
bers to put aside everything

else and attend its meetings.

. Cummins replied that he
was in favour of sending the
Bill to a Select Committee, but
he hoped that members of the
Committee would attend its meet-
ings.

The motion for sending the Bill
to a Select Committee was put
to the vote and carried by a
10—6 majority,

Past To Play
Present At H.C.

International players Clyde
Walcott and C. B. “Boogles” Wil-
liams are included inthe team
which will represent the Past vs
the Present in the annual cricket
match between the Harrison Col-
lege present boys and past boys
at the school grounds at 1 p.m.
tomorrow,

The Past team is a strong one



and may well give the present R, T. Michelin, Commissioner ot
boys trouble. The Past team which Police,
be captained by E. L. G. Deputy
is as follows:—E. L, G. W. A. Farmer, Capt. E
(Captain), E. L.. Bartlett, and Mr. D. A. Wiles,
Cc, St. C. Cumberbatch, F. Cozier, Colonial Secretary.

will
Hoad,
Hoad

B. deL. Inniss, W. H, C. Knowles,
A. F. C, Matthews, G. Proverbs,
Cc. L. Walcott, C, R. E. Warner
and C. B. Williams. Play starts at
1 o'clock,

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' At SAHELY’S y
on Broad St. you
invariably find
what you want! s
ro)

yesterday

His Worship Mr. Cc. lh
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A” yesterday of riding the
motor cycle M—2992 on Kingston
Road at over 40 miles per hour.
He was fined 25/- and 1/- costs to
be paid in 14 days or one month's
imprisonment

The case was brought by Cp!
Jones and Police Constable 341
Lashley attached to the Traffic

Branch at Central Police Station,
Sgt. Forde prosecuted for the
Police.

The speed limit on Kingston

Road for a motor cycle is 30 miles
per hour.

REMANDED:

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
remanded Gladstone
Skeete of Beckles Road, St.
Michael until October 17, when he
appeared before him charged with
the larceny of ladies’ underwear
from the store of Mr. N. E, Wil-
son in Swan Street on October 14.

One of the clérks in the store
snid that the defendant walked in
the store and while inspecting
some goo; took up the clothing
and pushed them into the pockets
of his pants.

CHARGED WITH

’

BUGGERY:

Denzil Harris (20) of Peterkin

Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael and

Ethean Brathwaite (19) of Brit-
tons Hill, St. Michael, who have
been charged by the Police with
committing buggery on September
26 at Greaves End Beach, were
again remanded without bail until
October 18 by His Worship Mr,
G. B. Griffith yesterday.

Mr. G. B Niles is appearing on
behalf of both defendants while

Set. FE, King, attached to Central

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the Police. In_ the preliminary
hearing yesterday medical evi-
dence was taken from Dr. A. 8.
Cato and Dr. J, E. Walcott, Gov-
ernment Bacteriologist and Pa-
thologist.

Policemen See
Road Safety Film

Two hundred and forty-three
policemen attended two films on
“Road Safety” at the Bridgetown
Plaza yesterday morning at
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Wednesday, October 15,

ROYAL TOWN

ONE obvious site for a self-aid housing
scheme is the land between Holetown
Police Station and the river.

A few days ago a visitor to Barbados
asked whether the land nearest to the Hole-
town Police Station was a Zulu encamp-
ment. The presence of so many coconut
fences no doubt suggested the question but
for the most historic piece of Barbadian
land to be likened to a Zulu encampment is
no advertisement for the island.

Everyone krfows that Holetown was once
known as Jamestown in honour of a British
sovereign and the suggestion has been
made that for the Coronation of Queen
Elizabeth II the town might be renamed
in her honour. Certainly the name of the
town is more suitable to its present con-
dition and before renaming it in honour
of the Queen a complete overhaul would be
necessary. Would such an undertaking
be undesirable?



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Bridgetown.

1952







*

Today’s inhabitants of Holetown must
be acutely conscious of the sad state of
decay and negligency which hangs over this
most historic town. “Coconut” village
which lies nearest to the Tercentenary
monument cannot be regarded with any
gréat affection by those who occupy it
And the members of the House of Assembly
who represent the parish of St. James
ought not to feel any satisfaction at the
present condition of a town near whose
whores a cross was first erected on these
shores and the island formally put under
the kingship of a British monarch. The
residents of the St. James Coast them-
selves must feel very unhappy every time
they motor past Holetown and glance at
the condition of “coconut” village and see
the decrepit air of the Town itself.

Could any greater monument to the
young Queen be erected than a model
village on the island’s most historic soil?

Could there be any better choice of
monument than a self-aid housing scheme,
a token as it were that this island was
awake at last to the fact that unless the
people play a part in building their own
houses, hovels and shacks will be the
normal Barbadian dwelling houses for
many generations?

If the people of Barbados want others to
admire their enterprise, to point with ap-
proving fingers and say there is a monu-
ment to Barbadian co-operation and enter-

prise: there is a model village built by free

Jabour: let a self-aid housing scheme be
started now on the site of “Coconut”
village.

>

The presence in Barbados of the Building
Development Adviser to the Comptroller
for Development and Welfare enables such
a scheme to be tackled immediately with-
out waiting for the assistance of American
Poirtit 4 technicians whose qualifications for
such work are not as high as those of Sir
George Seel’s adviser.

There can be-no better way of honouring
Queen Flizabeth II than by restoring
Holetown to.a condition where it may once
again bear the name of a British sovereign,
and if a self-aid housing scheme is de-
yeloped: nearby then.a permanent adver-
tisement for Barbadian esprit de corps and
industry will have been created at the same
time.

ANCIENT: PLACES

THE need to educate Barbadians as to

the benefits which they derive from tour-
ism ought to be accompanied by greater
efforts to make Barbados attractive to
tourists. The suggestion that persons
should be fined for anti-social conduct
ought by now to have been followed by
disciplinary action against offenders. But
apart from keeping streets and public
places clean and tidy much remains to be
done for churches, monuments and historic
sites,
! Perhaps funds for such purposes might
‘be obtainable locally if more Barbadians
were to visit these places and contribute
something towards the upkeep of places
of interest in each parish.

tn St. James Church in the oldest part of
the Church where an old bell of 1696 is
displayed for visitors to see, the following
polite verses seek to obtain donations for
the Church. *

' “If aught thou hast to give or lend
This ancient Parish Church befriend

' If poor but still in spirit willing
Out with thy purse and give a shilling

! But if its depths should be profound

Out with thy purse and give a pound.

Look for no record to be given

But trust to thy reward in Heaven.”

It must be difficult for visitors to resist
such a charming invitation to part with
money; but how many Barbadians apaft j
from Church-goers of St. James ever
darken the doors of this parish Church?
It would seem that much of the neglect
of our things of beauty and of historic in-
terest is due to Barbadian lack of interest.
More could be done to educate the people
in this respect.



BARBADOS ADYSCATE

Barbados To Jamaiec |

(Continued from last Sunday) . i public square, Cartagena was,
La Guaira, really the sea-port fy A. S. Hopkinson think, the most distasteful of the)
of Venezuela as Bridgetown is the places that we visited, and this
\sea-port of Barbados, is a dusty went ashore in several paruieS was not because we didn’t sée the
little town planted on both the The group in which I WAS, principal attractions. There is an
hills and flats of the coastland. As fortunately, met a young Barba- appalling degree of abject pover- |
far as one could gather, it was gian who had a car and who wa’ ty and beggars, mostly ti cbil- |
still, being built, for there were i > 8 r is gr oy
eee : re Were «o glad to see someone from his Gren and old women, accosted us
many alf-completed bridges, }omeland that he offered to drive 5), along our way, Some of the
































sewage pipes, and buildings
around. Those roads that have
been finished have wonderful sur-
faces, but they are very few, the

place being criss-crossed by tracks

and paths which will one day,
presumably, be paved roads.
Everywhere work is in progress,

The place is studded with shops.
in some of whieh French

We met a
who told us that he had been in
Venezuela for just seventeen
months and that he intended to
return to France as soon as he
could, On the whole La Guaira is
not a very pleasant place: there
is a perpetual smell of mud and
dirt in the air, and the reddish
brown dust of the soil gets all
over you as you walk about. The
most encouraging places to the
tourist are the airport, some three
miles away in a westerly direc-
tion from the docks and the tour-
ist bureau, and our best memories
of Venezuela consisted in the
souvenirs that we brought away,
for they told us of areas a little
farther away where the country-
side was more beautiful and the
towns more finished and modern.
Af® about 6.00 p.m. we left La
Guaira for Curacao, we nearly
left a party of students ashore
also. ‘They had been pleased to
go up to Caracas in spite of the
risk that they would not get back
n time. They did reach back, well
laden with spoils, but had they
been five minutes later they would
have had to find other means of
transport to Jamaica. |
Before leaving La Guaira we
held what we called our first
‘Debate on West Indian Federa-
ion.” We atl assembled together,
fuianese, Trimidadians, Grena-
jians and Barbadians, brought
ait the stores of food that we had
‘ollected on the way, and began
.o eat with much noisy mirth and

yut arguments,

elk, without time wasted
houting each other down and
etting nothing done, in short
vithout all the humbug
Jarliamentary procedure which

nables us to govern the country
ot something done

ood, not with eloquent argu-

ompletely at one with

ve.
in the T-shaped
1arbour of
t 8 o'clock on
crambled a

Saturday, we

300K REVIEW
LONDON.

Oriental art is a difficult sub-
ect for the laymen to under-
tand, Most of us are enchanted

Chinese drawings of: ladies, in
cimonos and sampans under wil-
ow trees, But the mysteries of
yottery and the influences of the
lynastics escapes us.

Now Sir Leigh Ashton, Direc-
or of the Victoria and Albert
fuseum, and Mr, Basil Gray,
he British Museum, have revised
ae text of “Chinese Art” (Faber
nd Faber, £2 2s.)

The result is a fine new edition,
a which the joint authors set out
compact and commendably con-
ise aceount of each period and
hen survey it in a series of care-
ully selecteq _ illustrations. All
he plates are beautifully repro-
iuced on fine art paper, and I

lefy anyone to put this book
wn under an hour for it is a
vasterly survey of all that is

sarming and beautiful in orien-
dart.

Houses On Coast

‘o The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—The cutting down of the
ne Manchineel trees on Rockley
each has rightly aroused the
eeling of your leader writer,
orrespondents and a large sec-
on of the public who are too
imid to deery this act of vandalism
1 print but do so vocally. But. is
ne taxpayer not entitled to ask
’ Government intends to continue
» permit the owners of land to
uild houses along the sea coast,
xelude the public from beaches

nd ruin the main attraction of
his Colony to inhabitants and
sitors alike.

Recently there has been in ex-
stence a draft Bill for the Pre-
ervation of Historic Monuments,
and even moge recently the Gov-
ernor has ap nted a Committee
.o deal with question of access
.o the sea, the purchase of coast-
al land and the preservation of
beauty spots. Such a Committee,
1owever, can only make recom-
mendations. These are piecemeal
ittempts to deal with a much
iarger problem. A Town &
Country planning Act which
would legislate for these and
xindred issues is what is required.

Some years ago a Town and
‘ountry planning Bill was given
its first reading and then aropped.
{f that Bill was unsuitable, in
the intervening years there has
surely been time for a Bill to be
drafted which would meet the re-
quirements of this Colony. A few
days ago an § account was made
public of the recent work of
members of the Secretariat.
Doubtless, it will have occurred
to your readers that many of the
measures contained in this ac-
count were far less pressing in
the interests of the Colony than
the sorely meeded Town and
Country Planning Act.

The post of Director of Public
Works has recently fallen vacant.
Is it too much to hope that in the
best interests of the Colony a
qualified architect with some
knowledge of conditions in the
Caribbean will be appointed. It
is understood that the architect
responsible for much of the re-
building of Castries and other

vy talk instead of by actions. We
all right; we American money, ‘
‘te our cakes. We federuted with which we had none. With much

nents! By that time we were more feurs
each services: the
tther than the several islands of arise
he West Indies can ever hope to languages (most of the tradesmen
spoke English) but out of their
landlocked own persistence. We all got onto
Willemstad, Curacao a bus,

us around for nothing. We saw
the city and the countryside, and
even dropped in at a friend of our
guide for drinks. Willemstad is a

neat and lovely city with perfect eyij-smelling patches of mud. It
roads and most attractive stores js a city of pretty women,
and homes, The shopping center, diers,
mostly on the streets themselves in the middle of the city, is not statues to patriots,

big, but it is everything else that

is is desirable; and the houses seem :
spoken, but hardly any English. to be owned by people for whom ng to return to the neatness of
French storekeeper cleanliness is above Godliness and 9¢lock.

everything else. You could hardly
see one of them that was in need
of a painting. But there is a
single distinct drawback: there is
a perpetual smell! of oil in the
air, coming from the refineries a
short distance away. Indeed, the
contrast between the immaculate-
ness of the Willemstad buildings
and the pungency of the Willem-
stad atmosphere leaves a strong
impression of doubt in the tourist s
mind as to the beauty of the
places. But, in our own minds at
least, a breath of fresh sea air
whisked away, the memory of the
oily scent, and only that of the
city itself with its simple charm
end quaintness remained.

We pur Curacao Uiuiid us at
il am., ob Daturaay, 1s ume
a PaSos.ngec Of tWu were 1ef
usnore aud had WwW empioy te
services Oi a launch lO ge. them
vu puara lhe Sap, Auower Ull-
~Velulur period ar s€a, We reaci-
cu Cairvageua ul Puiuuay al
around 1 p.m,, collected our shore
passes from the niet stewara,
and went ashore. The people in
Colombia are desperate: they are
all fanaticaly determined to sell
you something; little tortoises
(live ones), parrots, combs, whips,
and calabashes filled with gravel,
paired, ana filed witn handles
to enable their being used to pro-

vide a rhythmical background to
ybandon, Here was a debate with- sambas rhumbas and boleros. The
without senseless chauffeurs are equaily determined
in to conduct you around Cartagena,

for fantastic fares. In the first
place they accept no Caribbean

of dollars or British money of any

sort. Indeed it was hard to get
them to accept even Venezuelan
bolivars: all they would take was
or pesos, of

difficulty we persuaded the chauf-
that we didn’t need their

out of the difference in

apparently owned by a

private individual instead of a

hasty breakfast and bus company, and drove into the

Art In The East

By Hazel May

It takes the reader from the
pre-Han period — somewhere
about the beginning of the third
millennium B.C, when a culture
with pottery of a highly decora-
tive character was in existence in
the valley of the Yellow River—
through such things as the Period
of the Warring States to the
Chiang Dynasty.

The Chinese of the third cen-
tury, it appears, had very much
more idea of reproducing life in
pictures than Europe's artists of
the Middle Ages. (Remember
those farcical figures of heraldry,
and the fat figures of shapeless
saints on stained glass?) A
typical example portrayed in the
books is its reproduction of a
polychrome painting on hollow
bricks which was excavated from
a tomb in the neighbourhood of
Lo-yang. It depicts some aristo-
cratic ladies watching an animal
fight in the Shang-Lin Park, On
one side are the men, courteous
and aloof; on the other the ladies,

Our Readers’ Say:

works in the Windward Islands
is unlikely to continue there after
the end of this year. Such a
man would be eminently suitable
for the post of Director of Public
Works in Barbados. Or, are we
to be inflicted with an unquali-
fied person drawing a_ large
salary? Such an appointment may
be in the interest of a member
of the local Civil Service, but, it
is most certainly not in the in-
terest of the taxpayers who
provide ‘the salary or of the
Colony as a whole.

Yours faithfully,

BEACHCOMBER.

Driving Power

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR, —Your October 9th Edi-
torial sounds the warning that
Electricity is vital to growth and
development of a community and
that the position in this Island is
one which demands urgent
measures if the entire community
is not to suffer as a result.

In the same issue there is -an
announcement re current for
Coronation Decorations to be sup-
plied by one of the two spare
generators which are expected.
These are standby units only.

The Corporation is not trying
to hide the truth: the entire gen-
erating plant is now used, with
no reserves, and éven at full pro-
duction, falls short of the peak
demand.

Already the Sales of electrically
operated household equipment etc.
have been affected, expansion and
development plans cancelled and
heuse-building brought to a virtual
standstill.

But labour is suffering more,
The livelihood of masons, carpen-
ters, painters and so many others
is threatened by stagnation. They
are feeling the pinch already.

What is to be done? I am not
coming up with an obvious solu-
tion. I do know that it is essential
that something be done and done
soon, to make certain that this
island be given a fair chance to
grow and develop and expand
healthily instead of foundering in
the stagnation that is threatened
by the present policy of The Bar-
bados Electric Supply Corporation

difficulty did not



houses are beautiful most of ther
are miserable. The stores are huge
and solidly constructed, but all
around there are swamps and

sol-
stores,
beggars,,
swindlers and wretches. We were

trenches, large

ship and set sail at five
That night we held nd
“Debate on West Indian Hodere-
tion” on deck. By then our sup
plies of food had grown consid-
erably and we had added quite a
few pieces of musical instrumenty
to our little orchestra. Sunday
night the 29th of September was
undoubtedly the noisiest night of
Colombie-

our trip aboard the

Flashlight pictures were taken of
us as we tortured our vocal cords
with calypsoes and our stomachs
with cake. The French sailors
had never heard anything like
it. Many of them simply stood
aghast and looked on at us. Some
of them smiled and turned away.
None Ra them knew quite what
was happening. as we carous¢
late into the nfght. One by ae
however, we slipped away to
keep our dates with Morpheus
Monday dragged on, and we did
nothing in particular except pack.
On Monday night there was danc-
ing and a magic performance in
the first class lounge, and a few of
the students attended. That night
we went to sleep at mid-night.

Kingston on Tuesday morning
at 7 am. We landtd and made
frantic attempts to get through
the red tape of the customs depart-
ment before hunger overtook us.
At the wharf there were a few
of the undergraduates to meet us,
and, most heartening of all, Mrs.
Simmons the Assistant Registrar
at the U.C.W.I. We piled into
taxis and into the University bus
—a fantastic contraption driven
by a fantastic chauffeur who de-
lights in snaking through the
traffic at fifty-five miles an hour
and leaving even motor cyclists
far behind—and before long we
were at Mona, St. Andrew to be
met by our old school friends and
to find oursélves—those of us who
came from Barbados at least—on
the threshold of a career and in
the midst of a social arrangement
as absolutely different from the
one to which we were accustomed,
as could be imagined. Barbadians
have the privilege of advancing
five hundred years in time ahead
‘of their present position if they
only come to the U.C.W.I. I will
explain how and why next wcek,



elegantly ossiping. The vivid
picture of the elegant’and world-
ly society of the day, is startling-
ly alive,

There are some fine photo-
graphs of famous ieces of
Chinese sculpture, such as the
British Museum’s “Man Feeding
a Bird,” executed some time be-
tween the third and the fifth cen-
turies, and a beautiful little devo-
tional figure “Sakaya-Mui as an
Ascetic,” one of the Detroit Art
Institute’s Tzang treasures,

There is a _ fine section of
Chinese landscape paintings, and
a great many others featuring
the everyday life of the Chinese.
“Ladies Preparing Newly-Woven
Silk” and “Breaking Waves and
Autumn Winds” — a river scene
—are among the most charming
of these human studies.

This book brings oriental art
from the book-shelf of the con-
noisseur to the table covers of
the average reader. Buy it to
give away, and you will undoubt-
edly keep it.

-—L.E.S.

whether that policy is justifiable
or not.
Something must be done and
now! NOW ! :
W. THEROLD BARNES.

Dangerous Practice
To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR—Permit me to draw atten-
tion to a rather dangerous prac-
tice of residents of the Belmont
Road area,

These residents await until sun-.
down ,and deposit large piles of
refuse at the side of the highway.
Cyclists on their way from the
city are very often confronted with
blinding lights from oncoming
motor vehicles, and as a result,
they are unable to see these piles
and find themselves being jolted
from their cycles. Should one of
these unfortunate people (the
bread winner of a family) be un-
fortunate enough ‘to be thrown
from his cycle intd the deep gutter
or even under the. oncoming
vehicle and death or severe injury
occurs, thereby causing a family
to go starving for days, the result
of an enquiry will most likely be
death | by misadventure; but the
depositor of this stuff will never
be made to pay for his or her
negligence.

sg ay Authorities have
made provision by placing a recep-
tacle for stuff not this road, Sat
these people fail to make use of
same, Can nothing be done to
bring these people to their senses
before somebody pays for their
negligence in the loss of a limb
or even in his or der life?

Hoping that this -will catch the
eyes of those concerned and im-
mediate action taken before it is
too late, I look forward to a warn-
ing being given to these people.

. CYCLIST.

Congratulations
SIR,—Congratulations on your

leader in Saturday’s “Advocate”
re Rockley . Everyone I
have spoken to is horrified at the
massacre of almost a dozen beau~
tiful trees which has taken place
there. Tourists often comment
on the lack of trees and subse-
quent shade in this island. is
there no way of preventing this
vandalism? Is there no town
planning? No legislation to pre-
vent a recurrence of this sort?
What does the Civic Circle think
about it?

A LOVER CF TREES.





WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1952

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AS a result of his prison experience film Obtain your requirements of - - - i
producer Walter Wanger has organised: a LUMBER & SHINGLES
society named “Jobs _ Anonymous” to help WALABA POSTS, CEMENT
convicts.

It trains them for a new law-abiding life PAINTS and OILS
while they are still in prison. And they can GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS
choose their own trade or profession if they ona
do not already have one. All BUILDERS HARDWARE

Members of the society outside prison, ex- from
convicts and leading citizens, see that the WILKINSON & HAYNES & Cco., LTD.
men get jobs when they leave the cells. . ‘a

Mr, Wanger thought up the plan while uCcceSsSOrs
serving four months for shooting Jennings C. Ss. PITCHER & co.
Lang, theatrical agent for Mrs. Wanger—
Joan Bennett. Phones: 4413, 4472, 4687 Beckwith Stores

He insists that ex-convicts must run jobs
Anonymous. He feels that men who have
been in jail will trust others who have
shared their experiences. They know thei:
own kind know all the problems.

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IN Harvard University, 20-year-old Bor-
den Stevenson, son of the Democratic presi.
dential candidate, shares a room with Wil
liam Donner Roosevelt, aged 20, a grandson
of the late President. }

MOVIEMAKER Howard Hughes recently
announced the sale of his controlling inter-
est in R.K.O. Pictures Corporation, one oJ







by Mr. Ralph Stolkin, Chicago mail ordei 54” at $6.27
magnate.

Mr. Hughes will not be idle. He owns an :

Hollywood’s Big Six, for more thar fi} : ‘ 7
£ 2,530,000. ‘ A Bath Robe
The buyers are a group of business mer}, ¢ ) TERRY TOWELLING
from California, Texas and Illinois, headed i f/f s
é? Multi-coloured

aircraft works and has a large interest ir
Trans-World Airlines. His life story would
be a real Hollywood “epic.” Y)

CRIME in New York City is up 600 per
cent. over 1948, reports the Federal Bureau

Rainbow Striping
in 46” wide
Towelling at $2.51

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DEEP SEA DIVER Otis Barton is trying} ae a
to beat his own world record of a 4,500 ft. [
descent to the ocean bottom. His rock bot- Gold, Green, Blue, Oyster,
tom objective now—5,280 ft. (one mile). On} nh TS

the way down he hopes to take pictures oif
fish with luminous spots on their sides, }
BESIDE UNO’s 39-storey green glass and]}
steel tower on New York’s East River stands]}
a brand new four-storey library and storage }}}
building. It is filling up so fast with paper
that it will have to be replaced or expanded |}
in three or four years. Last year alone UNC }
produced 46,000 documents, some running
up to 1,000 pages. This year the cost of UNC}}
and its paper work will reach a new high—}}
about £135 million.

RESEARCHERS in Chicago are hard at
work on a plan to replace the tattered maga-
zines in doctors’ waiting rooms with a film
projector to show films. They are consider-
ing this question: Would Rita Hayworth or
Clarke Gable excite or depress patients too
much?

AMERICA’S newest book on etiquette, by
Amy Vanderbilt, weighs 3 lb. and spreads
over 700 pages into every corner of daily life

Sample: Wives should beware of seeing
husbands off to work sfter breakfast in hair
curlers, wrinkled bathrobes and old shoes
with run-down heels.

Reason: Within an hour he will be in an
office amid row upon row of trim, glamor-
ous typists.

HAROLD TUCKER WEBSTER, creator
of one of America’s famous cartoon charac-
ters, Caspar Milquetoast, has died from
heart trouble, aged 67.

But Caspar will continue to appear in the
Herald-Tribune for a tinie. Mr. Webster pre-
pared cartoons months in advance, The
Herald-Tribune believes he would want it
to continue to print them.

a * *

HANDSOMELY, the New York Times
gives full marks to the Royal Navy for
being right at the top in technieal. progress
—and says the U.S. Navy can still learn
some tricks from Britain’s senior Service.

Hanson Baldwin, an ex-U.S, Navy officer
and the New York Times airy editor.
rated the British tops after W wisit to the
carrier Eagle when exercise’ Mainbrace
ended. ace Tae teas

He writes: “black ties at dinner, rum each
noon, pomp and tradition have not hobbled
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WEPNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Countless Difficulties DR. STUART H.C. Ordinary
ADDRESSED Level Results







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Barbados To Be
Represented

In Chancery Suit

HIS LORDSHIP the Vice Chancellor, Sir Allan Colly-

more, observed yesterday
difficulties” in the Panama
ing the legal position of the
On many of those difficulties,
His Lordship during the past two
days of legal argument, asked
for elucidations from Counsel,
taking into account certain pro-
positions and assumptions.
Yesterday Mr. W. W. Reece,

Q.C.,-Counsel for the plaintiffs >

again addressed His Lordship for
the entire day after doing so for
the greater part of the previous
day. He will resume his argu-
ment on resumption at 10.30
o'clock this morning.

When hearing continued yes-
terday, Mr» Reece referred to
the ease of St. Clair Vv.
Brougham which is reported in
the III Law Times Report, and
in which the Vice Chancellor
entered into a “learned discus-
sion” as to the legal position of
persons who put money into
hands of other - persons in a
fiduciary position.

Registered

After quoting at length from
the case, Mr. Reece drew His
Lordship’s attention.to the. fact
that in that particular ease the
society mentioned was formed for
the purpose of assisting people in
buying houses and it was duly
registered under the law. After
a passage of time, it not only
assisted the people who deposited
money.for the purpose of ac-
quiring. the houses, but also be-
gan to do a banking business and
it was held that, that society
acted ultra vires, and it was held
further that the people «did not
hold a fiduciary position.

He added that although it was
impossible to find a case on all
fours with that case, yet the evi-
dence given in the case before
them showed a striking likeness
in the evidence of the case which
he had cited, In the case with
which they were concerned, the
Panama_ Society, an association
of Barbadians founded
purpose of assisting its members
in the hour of distress, sub-
sequently bought properties out
of a loan fund. He was submitt-
ing that in so doing they acted
ultra vires as was held in the
case cited, and further that their
position was not a fiduciary pos-
ition between the Panama
Society .

No Suggestion

His Lordship pointed out that
there was no suggestion that
the Panama _ Society were the
trustees, and reminded Mr.
Reece that the evidence was that
the three people — tMe parties
to the suit — in respect of the
estates in their name,+ at the
same time admitting that the
money was not theirs. It was
not suggested that the Panama
Society to whom they could not
convey the property was in any
way involved, and therefore the
legal holdings could not be con-
veyed to them on behalf of ‘the

people who subscribed the ““Cinuse two and three of the 48 loose pumpkins 40 bunches and jf) WHORPE: History After natural, restorative sleep you awake in the morning with body

money argued that the Dill read as follows: — ._ 4 packages of fresh fruit and the 4H. ST. C. WHITE: Eng. Lang., Hise and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of the day.
wore rreeee. Soa t that. 2+ Notwithstanding anything yegular shipments of Demerara tory, French, Elem, Maths., Additional] Remember... ‘Ovaltine’ differs from other food beverages in

wee ta tee being contained in the Customs Tariff hardwood, 181 pieces of green- Peg Seer eerlinie Shenk Lan. Miqe | it@ mutritive properties and scientific com

that the three people«bought tne Te all On cies’ eanutactan ER eR: aes rene oe ree? Ee, "JH ALLEYNE; £ : : ; th arpa netiyeey gyn

estates with the money of the gon Giinhinony! ce: Eng, Lang,,

society loaned by the various Srematiet by S eenaeeeae nas ee GD. BLACKMAN: Eng, Lanw., Latin Take

people who subscribed | to the th. form contained in the First Another arrival. yesterday OW";

Joan fund. He said that the sub-
scribers’ money was used with
their knowledge by the Society

rt shall for the period of one year brought to the island 660 bags of »¢. ‘Att, History tin ek
for the purpose of. acquiring 0 sae the date of the coming into copra, 50 drums of cocoanut oil, —'F My CHARLES. Eng loos, ee
in ee doing eater theig operation of this Act be admitted 38 bags of peanuts, 2 bags of it Geography, French, Chemistry,
which was ultra Vist in their into this Island free of customs cocoanyts and 7 bags of pumpkins. ?""%° y cuir: scripture, Eng. Litt Sold in airtight tins by all Chemists and Stores.
constitution as set out in aity, The master of the schooner is Elem. Maths Chemistry , ‘
'Hlls Lordship asked where that |, 3 There, shall be endorsed on Captain Martin King and it is al80 so Mic prsnct Chom naa:
led, ‘and Mr. Reece contended the declaration mentioned in sec- consigned to the Schooner Own- “'R' .4°"GinsON: Eng, Lan’ Spanish, OVALTINE BISCUITS

that if that were so, then the

for the Will resume his argument.

that “there are innumerable
Estates Chancery Suit regard-

parties to the suit.

But His Lordship added that
they did not recognise the
Society, it being unable to hold
jJand in Barbados, and Mr. Reece
argued that they could not be'the
beneficial owners, and he was not
recognising them as such.

In reply to certain ass
put forward by His P,
Mr. Reece replied that the plain-
tiffs did. net represent any cestui
que trusts, but they were there
as trustees. He said they were
never cestui que trusts because
they acted as delegates for the
seciety © which . could never be
cestui que trusts. The plaintiffs
were only trustees, and there
was no contention between
cestui que trusts and cestui que
trusts, beca@ise it could not be
established that the Society had
any money in the fund.

Would End Matter

Mr. Reece sad they only
wanted to see that the’ money
went back to the people who sub-
scribed to the fund with which
the estates. were brought, and
added that such a step would,
he felt, bring about an end to the
matter.

Mr.
that in as

Reece contended further
much as the society
had attempted to defeat a le al
prohibition, by purchasing e
estates through, the delegates,
after having beén warned that
they could not hold land in Bar+
bados, the trust failéd. He
admitted that the “fee” might be
in the plaintiffs, but they had no
right to it, and the money should
therefore go back to the rpeople
who contributed it through the
loan fund,

At this stage, His Lordship
adjourned further hearing until
this morning when Mr. Reece

Sea Island Cotton
Goods Duty Free
In the Hotise of Assembly yés-

terday a bill was passed to pro-

vide for the importation into the
island free of duty for a period
of one year all goods made from

Sea Island Cotton. .
This bill was passed with a view

of fostering the development of

the Sea Island Cotton industry.

In order to afford proof that the

articles are made of Sea Island

Cotton, a declaration provided for

in Clause 3 of the bill would have

to be made.

Mr. M. E. Cox (L) introduced
the bill and said that since 1939
a similar bill was~ passed and
since then more bills have been
passed and it is now a period of
three years that this similar bill
has been in existence.



Schedule hereto, endorsed as pro-
vided in section three of this Act,

tion two of this Act a certificate

DRUGGISTS

Monday night at the Y.M.C.A.
Dr. A, L. Stuart gave a talk to the
various druggists of the colony on
the cure of various diseases such
as Diphtheria, Pneumonia, the
Common Cold, and Asthma.

A large number of druggists
and others interested attended
and especially when Dr. Stuart
talked about Acute Diseases there
was absolute silence.

The vote of thanks was neoved
by Mr. Olton, President of the
Pharmaceutical Society.

To-night at Colleton Plantation
yard Dr. B, B. Carter will give an-
other talk on the cure of general
disease.

On Friday night at the Y.M.C.A.
the Mobile Cimema will give a
show to the variows druggists
illustrating some of the talks given
during Pharmacy Week.

The Pharmaceutical society is
looking forward to seeing many
more people attend these shows
and talks, which they say should
benefit the general public.

SEA-EGGS

People in St. Philip are still
getting a full supply of sea-eggs
from the nearby Bays.

One of thé ‘Yesidents said yes-
terday that the only time sea-eggs
are not plentiful is when rain
falls heavily. During the past few
weeks sea-egg sellers from
around the Crane were passing
through Church Village in St.
Philip with their trays well pack-
ed, he said.

YAMS PLENTIFUL SOON

In a few weeks time, yams will
be plentiful a planter says.

In most of the country districts
planters have already ~begun, to
dig yams and a few have been
sold already. If the rain continues
to fall as it has been, most of the
yams will be soon available, he
said.

GENERAL CARGO

The S.S. Sun Prince one of the
Saguenay Terminals liners ar-
rived in port yesterday evening
from Montreal with general cargo
for the island. Also arriving was
the S.S. Canadian Cruiser.

The Sun Prince’s chief cargo
consisted of: 1,200 bags of poultry
feed, 3,000 bags of flour, 76,000
feet of lumber, 248 empty tin con-
tainers,

The vessel is due to leave port
shortly after discharging its cargo.
Local agents here are Messrs
Plantations Ltd.

RICE FROM B.G.

Another shipment of rice was
part of the cargo of the schooner
Frances W. Smith which arrived
in port yesterday from British
Guiana under Captain F. R.
Hassell.

Besides the shipment of 1,000
bags of rice, the 74 ton vessel also
brought 800 bags of charcoal, 56
tons of firewood, 32 bags of coffee,







morning was the 44-ton schooner
Belqueen from St. Vincent. It

ers’ Association,

Seventy-six out of 83 candi-_
dates from Harrison College have
qualified for certificates from the
Oxford and Cambridge Sch
Examination Board, with passes
at Ordinary Level as follows:-

E. E. BATSON;
Latin, Greek

J. M. BOYCE: Eng
History, Latin, Elem
Maths.

Cc. C. CADOGAN: Scripture, . Ene.
Lang., Eng. Litt., History, Latin, Flem
Maths., Additional Maths.

M R. CLARKE: Ens
Greek, French with Oral

N. E. CORBIN: Greek,
By! CUMBERBLATCH: Eng
witt

R. C. HAYNES: Scripture, Eng
Eng. Litt., History, Latin, Greek
Maths., Additional Maths,

R, L. HEADLEY: Eng
Latin, Greek, Oral French
K. R. HEWITT: Eng

Latin

R. R

H. A
tory
G.
Latin.
R. E. De C. MOPRIS: Eng. Lang.. H
tory, Latin, Oral French
E. R. PILGRIM: Eng
Latin, Greek,

Vv. R. SEALY Eng
Latin, French with Oral
#, E. SELMAN: Eng. Lang.,
Latin, Greek, Elem, Maths

J. W. ST. HILL
V. De L. THORPE
L. A. WARD: Eng
History, Latin, Greek
G. E. H. WARNER: Eng. Lang.,
tory.

M G D ATWELL; Eng. Lang.,
tory, Geography.

E. O'D. BRYANT: Eng. Lang., History.
Cc. A GITTENS: History.

N. E. HEADLEY; Eng. Long. Elen
Maths. Additional Maths , Chemistry,
*W. A, JOHNSON: Eng. Lang, Eng
Litt., Geography, Elem. Maths , Physic
Chemistry

A. G, JORDAN
G. E. MAYHEW
Litt., History

. E. PAYNE: Elem
A. RAMSEY: Eng. Lant,
C SANDIFORD: History
Me. D, SQUIRES: Eng. Lang

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sols

Eng. Lavg., History,
Lang., Eng) Litt.

Maths., Additiomal

Lang., Latin,

Lang, Fog,
Bne.,
Elem,
Hist

Litt., ry,

Litt. History

Cc HEWITT
MARSHALL

History
Eng. Lang., His
E MORRISS: Eng

Lang., History

Lang., History

Lang Histor

History
History,

Latin
Lang.,

Latin.
Eng. Litt

His-

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Lang
Lang.,

Eng.

Eng. Eng

Maths
History

sox

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G, STOUTE:
. A. THORPE: History
M. WATSON: History

H. A. WHARTON; _ History,

G. H. R. WILLIAMS Eng
History

M. G. WORME: Scripture History,

E. A. BAYLEY Eng. Lang., History,
Spanish, Elem. Maths,, Physics, Chem-
istry,

K. H. BAYLEY:

H. B. BLADES
Geography.

A. J. G. BROWNE
tory, Elem. Maths

History, Chemistry |
H,
Latin, |
Lang. |

i

Ene. Lang. History,
Scripture, Mistory,
Eng

His-

Lang

D, M. CHALLACOMBE:
Eng. Litt. History,
French, Chem#ry.
Cc A. EVELYN:
Geography, Elem. Maths.,
Maths., Physics, Chemistry
WN. T._ GIBBS: Scripture,
Lang., Eng. Litt. History,
Latin, Elem. Maths.,
Physics, Chemistry.
R I HUNTE;:
Elem. Maths.
FE HUTCHINS
tory, Geography, Elem. Maths., Physies. |
G T JOHNSON Eng. Lane. |
Eng. History

Litt |

Eng

Lang.
Geography,

Oral

Ene Lanu., |
Additional }
Kine |
Geography,
Additional Maths

Eng. Lang., History

Eng. Lang,’ His- |

Litt.,

M F. KING: Eng. Lang.,
History, Physics, Chemistry

R. 0. G. MARVILLE: Scripturé, Eng. |
Lang., Eng Litt , History, Latin, Elem
Maths., Additional Maths. Physiés.

K A_ ROACH: History |

F A SMITH: Eng, Lang. Eng, Litt. |
History, Geography, Latin,

A. BE. TAYLOR; Eng. Lang,
Geography.

G. U. TAYLOR: Elem

Eng

History;

Maths,

Eng. Litt, Geography, Elem. Maths.,
Physics, Chemistry, Botany
F BREWSTER; Scripture. Eng. Lang.

Elem. Maths.,
C G GODDARD;

Chemistry

Eng. Lang

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W. E. BOWEN: Scripture, Eng :

Southampton,

to Messrs

fe. ve
Hinders Fis
Rough weat nd
uring
hing boats at
However the weather
yesterday and fis
tisk

HIGH PRICES

Because the food problem
extremely acute, provision vendors
are taking advantage of the situa-
tion, a housewife complained
yesterday. Breadfruits are sold at
prices higher than they should be
sold. Sweet Potatoes two pounds
for nine cents. English Potatoes,
twelve cents per pcund in some
quarters and 14 cents in others,
No yams can be obtained and
Fiour is. rationed in some areas.

Golfito Expected
Here Friday

The Elders and Fyffes S.S. Gol-

we t

At Travel Talks

t M

h t in yppy sea
the past few day held uy
beache
bette

went



Winston
of the Paradise
seach Club, and Mr. Peter Mor-
an, manager of St. Lawrence
Hotel represent the Barbados
liotel Association at the World
Travel Convention Society
Travel Agents to be held a
Miami within a week, is the resul
of the Association’s having re-
cently been admitted to member
ship of the A.S.T.A.

selection
nanager

ihe
a Ward,

vermen

ing

to

is of

Barbados on Monday for Puerto
Rico where they will stay ‘rce
days before going on to Miami fo
the five-day convention,

Besides representing the Bar-
bados Hotel Association, these two
delegates will represent the Bar-
bados Publicity Committee and
Messrs. Robert Thom, Trave:
Agents,

' The Convention is held annual-
y s > 7 Ee 2e ‘

fito is due to arrive in. Barbados jig se ae oe a az.
on Friday morning at daybreak Taylor of the Royal’ Hotel said
from ‘Trinidad and will leave the yesterday, The 1951 convention
morning at ten o'clock for was held in Paris. \

Mr, Ward and Mr. Morgan ex
pect to be away for about two
weeks.



same

The vessel which is consigned
Wilkinson and Haynes
Co., Lid, will be taking sixteen
passengers from this port for the
United Kingdom,

The launch taking passengers to
the ship will leave the Baggage
yarehouse at 8.30 a.m.



Rolex Watches

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane |



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Dont take chances
with your Sleep

r is rtant that you should enjoy natural, refreshing sleep

every ht. Your energy and fitness flargely depend upon it.
So be guided by the experience of countless thousands who make
delicious ‘ Ovaltine’ their regular night-cap,

Taken at bedtime, ‘Ovaltine’ provides special properties derived
from Nature’s best foods. These help to soothe nerves and body,
assist you td relax, and are conducive to sleep of the best kind.

sition, That is why
valtine ’.

OVALTINE

The World’s Best Nightcap

IMPORTANT — Note that the large size ‘Ovaltine’ tin contains 16 ounces.





delightfully crisp, ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits are





eople who subscribed the money #n one of the forms A and B, as French, Elem. Maths seat ideal for all . ‘Fhey are made from the finest

which bought the estates had a the case may require, contained 4fee _PoaTs C A_ GOODRIDGE: Scripture, Enx. ingredcoe, facing « proportion of “Ovaltine’, and

right to follow their money into in the Second Schedule hereto, or The cargo of the schooner Lang., Eng. Litt, Fen a ak

the land, and having liens on the to the like effect, certified on be- Marea Henrietta which arrived ;\, 7s in to ee. Bae a packet of ‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits as well. You will enjoy

estates, take it out of the invest- half of the Federation of British jn port on Sunday evening from I. "BJO ha? Lane, Late their delicate and distinguished flavour.

ments made by the society. Industries or the Chamber of gt, Lucia under Captain B. Selby Greek, Elem. Maths. * In sealed airtight packages. P.C415
Could Not See Clearly Commerce of one of the places included an order of 1,600 posts pt, Mp XING. Eng. Lang. Eng. Litt
; ‘ ' mentioned in the Third Schedule om. Mens. enyiics, Botany, y

His Lordship pointed out that besides other general cargo of 38 J M MAYERS: Elem. Maths, Chem PPLE EPSPS LSLPLE PEELE PPLE LEER PALL ARA

on the one hand Mr. Reece was

> : ie v G B. MOSE: Latin Chemistry : :
‘ ; that the trust failed for bodies as the Governor-in-Execu- 94 cases of butter, 42 packages of Li pREcOn bg ie
unertsinty because it could not eet aeociey to yA menace 3 date fresh fruit and 64 bags of char- French, Elem, Moths, Addition wath. We have the following in stock

» determi , ibu- spec y notice in coal. This vessel is also consigned RB. C, QUINTYNE; Scripture, Chem- ‘enderle é *ross é >
poston ~ sae wot other tune newspaper or in the Official to the Schooner Owners’ hatte ty wotnte ao ae Tenderleaf Tea, Blue Cross Tea, Nevtar Tea, >
ha sex also 2 ing that the Gazette. iati - Le R. SMITH: Scripture, Eng, Kardomah Tea, Liptons Tea, Imstant Chase & ?
e Was also arguing a ciation, Lang. Greek, French x ¢
same people who could not be . F. diptYDOR: Ene. Lang. * % Sanborne Coffee, Maxwell House Coffee, @

> g " SERVANT ECTS lesen fe |

a wit hike obi House Clerk CIVIL F P 5 FUND i aid" oraa Lae Mathie x Nescafe. Al ;
class sd, 3 | ne a € S @ From Page . oO : Greek . SO
way of following their money. eligible for the scholarshi or ©. M. HARRIS; Elem. Maths, Addi- 5 : a ean , ial : > |
His Lordship said he could not Granted Leave See meovision ‘is Se ate tonal Maths, | $ Tono, Vitacup, Nutrogen, Milo, Sweet Milk g
see clearly what the results were for the Governor-in-Executive to J. M. Trevhane. “Prehen” P'°"? $ Cocoa, Cadbury’s Cup Chocolate, Van Houtan g
lin suc a cas At yesterday’s meeting of the ‘ E. R. WALRON wey Chocolate 2
in such a case, nor could he y determine other persons or classes ALROND: French x ocolate $
understand who were to follow vee oo Seely, "> D. Lee of persons who may benefit from vice" GIBBONS: General Mathe- e >
the money. arjeant, Clerk of the House was the training courses, G. T. GOODING lathe- : ‘ $

To this Mr. Reece replied that granted leave of absence for the Mr. A. E-S. Lewis (L) said that matics, erent we «Place Your Orders with Us Now ! 3
as soon as they tried to defeat the day’s meeting. soon Ministerial Status may be » K, De C, HINES: Eng. Lang - “ 4
laws of Panama and the con- Mr, H. Lisle Thomas, Deputy introduced and the time will come e - HDT hee tee Maths. JOHN aD. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. 4
stitution of their society, they Clerk performed the duties of when the Ministers should have N. E, REID: Spenish bg Dial 4335 athe Roebuck Street
acted ultra vires, and then the Clerk and Mr, D. A. Banfield was the power to select fit persons for 8. E. WILLIAMS: Eny. Lang .

trvst failed.

THEY'RE
THEY'RE
THE

ELITE

THE SHIRT THAT FITS

hereto or of such other body or



appointed to act as Deputy Clerk

NEW!
NYLON!
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in Maize, Maroon, Grey, ‘Green,
Cream, Navy and White.

$6.70 ea.

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PUBLIC SALES

REAL ~~ REAL ESTATE































eee } _
|} DWELLINGHOUSE—“Arch lle Clap-
DIED { FOR SALE | ham Road, Christ Church, Government
water and Electricit nstalied, for
ent | particulars phone 8346 2.10.52—3n
McKINGTRY—On October 14, 1952 Wal-
ter Leonard McKinstry at his residence AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION
Dunbeare, St. Lawrence Gap. Funeral
eaves his'late residence at 4.30 p.m ‘Gates tLe ae een de — en
voday for the St Leonard's Chyrch Zephyr 6. Like new only done) By instructions of the Insurance Com-
The MeKinétry family 6,000 miles. Phone 4486 or ie t0. _s pany I will sell at ' CRAIG'S GARAGE”
eat 4 ——_————— | SARERES. n | Roebuck reet_on FRIDAY 17th. at
THANE CAR—One. il) Ford Consul Apply | | Dalian “58 AUXHALL SEDAN CAR
s Dr. E. W. Storey. Phone 4002 or Office 5 a a.
x68 14.10 58-—t.4.n | Sei ater Sedan Car Vauxhall 14 Sedan
= i‘ ar in good working order, good tyres
zovsE—We Shtersteses tof CAR — Triumph Mayflower; Latest Battery Terms cash R. ARCHER
"thank all atten the | Model; 1,700 miles. 92:900. Dial s3s5.| “°C KENZIE Auctioneer. |
a “ot RO" Laie” Arnold a 14. 10, 52—3n | 15. 10, 52—3n, |
4 OT CATS OT BLY a | are cn
ether way Tr cieneen their sympathy. CAR—HFLLMAN convertible, owner
ri Rouse (wife) Daloges, Nigel, Rosie, | driven, only done 10,000 miles, A bargain. | UNDER ‘THE SILVER
Pat (childfen), Radcliffe, Lorenza, "ontaet Linton Bros. Dial 2023 HAMMER
mond, Olive. ae field «broth 4 11.10. §2—3n |
sisters), vee aehew! 15.10.08-—m ws _ a .
CAR—Ond (1) Ghrysler (Windsor) | , 2: Thursday: i6th by order of Mr
John Heller we will se)! his Furniture at
luld Drive Automatic Gears in perfect | 4 i"
IN MEMORIAM wdition. Tyres practically new. Apply ne 8th Ave. Belleville which
a Cyabeay — — % geenmes Rockers, Ornament Tables, Small Corn-
OALLENDAR—In treasured and fadeless er Cabinet, Morris Chairs, all in Mahog-
memory 6f ovr d@ar mother ond any: Uphols. Arm Chairs; (very com-
Louise. Callendar who fortable) Painted Tables, Rush Chairs
was cal @ rest on October 15th MECHANICAL and Rockers; Ottoman; Glass & China;
1949. Rugs, Pictures, Singer Sewing Machine;
Sweet be thy rest _-—— — Llron Bedsteads with springs & Hair Mat-
And thy sleeping, OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-| tresses, Chair Bed. One 4 x 6 Deep Mat-
God's way is best, | le from Stock in various carriage| Mattress (practically new) Frigidaire
And thou at in tis keeping dths as follows:— in good working order; Pye Radio: 4 —
Remembered Gaye by Clarissa Guy ue — $260.00 2 and 2 Burner Oil Stoves (Valor &
and tamily. 15.10. 52—tn 15/7 — $293.00 Falkes). Kitchen utensils. Cream Painted
want a aig 18/7 — $325.00 Bedstead & Press: Child’s Chest of
| memo! { my } *naute! to S. P. Musson, Son & Co. | Drawers, Desk, Table, Toy etc
CRA es alk Take Graber Ad, Dial 3713, Mird, Mahog. Press — Chest of Drawers



Sister Isadora
who died on October 15th 1951.
One yearhas passed since that sad

Bedspreads and other items

28.9.52—t.f.n
Terms Cash

Linen,
Sale 11.30 o'clock.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

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License
» Phillips
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use said liquor license at said premises |
Roebuck Street, City. / } STEAMSHIP co. i
Dated this 13th day of October, 195: | . . :
‘ . ; 952 } AILING FRO UROPE . iat
To:—G. B. GRIFFITH, Faq Ms eR ear anaes 1952 The M.V MONEKA* wil }
Ag. Police Magistrate MS art A = ca cept Cargo and ussengers t '
District “A 3.8 ae Ma oe 3 ” 1982 Dominica, Antigua Montserrat
ORMOND SCOTT M 8. NESTOR, !4uy November, 1952 Nevis and St. Kitts, gnd Fassen
Applicant, (5 S$. BOSKOOP. 2ist November, 1952 gers only for St. Lucia. Sailing
N.B.—This application will be consid SAMING TO EUROPE Friday 17th inst
ered at a Licensing Court to be held atim s RANJESTAD 4th November, 1952 - .
Police Court, District “A” on Friday the | ¢ 10 TRINIDAD, PARAMARIRO The a v CARIBBFE will ac-
24th day of October, 1952 at 1) « ock, } ; cept argo an Paseengers tor
a.m ae ims. & we su seth Cuediien, 1208 Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, :
G B GRIFFIIM, [MS §TENTOR, 3ist October, 1982 ae ee See Sailing
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist \ © $. GOTTICA lith November, 1952 eae
15.10. 52—1 “i S. NESTOR, 28th November, 1952

| SAILING TO TRINIDAD B.WA, sOnOONER OWNERS’













MA CE ls KA. i6th Qetober, 1952 ancy A
IL NOTI s is 2 Aide 10 TRINIDAD AND CURACAO ASSOCIATION ;
Mails for St. by the Sch. Mandalay I} |wt S BERSILIA, 13th October, 1952 Consignet, Tele. No 4047 |
will be closed at the General Post Office'y S WESTIA, 10th November, 1952 1
as_under )M S. BOSKOOP, 8th December, 1952

Parcet Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mai!| 5s. FP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., |
at 2.p.m., Ordinary Mai! at 2.30 p.m tai
today Agents

Mails for the United Kingdom by the}
8.8. Golfito will be closed at the Genera!
Post Office as under

Purcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered Mail
at 2 p.m., Ordinary Mail at 2.29 p.m
tomorrow

HARRISON LINE |

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM !

Seh
at the

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Marion Belle Wolfe will be closed
General Post Office as under

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail
a.m., Ordinary Mail at 11 45 a.m

at 1
today



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SaaS Vessel From Leaves Pe }
Barbados

PEANUT KERNELS S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” M/brough and

(SHELLED PEANUTS) @ London 17th Sept. 2Ist Oct. |

Ct) ee S.S,..“BURMOUNT” Lond »n, 38rd Oct. 17th Oct. j

a See S.S. “NOVELIST” Liver pool 10th Oct. 22nd Oct. |

i S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” London 15th Oct. 28th Oct. |

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‘aay SULTRY BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., 14.10 52--6n
Out_ of SSeonld of sorfow into “FULT | Wine Foes an Cothurs Auctioneers. ; ‘ t, il
octane ot ‘of rest. *)) POUL’ — Game Fowls (all Colours) 2.10. 92—21
God as Bauitifyl orden thave Turkeys & ones Birds, Gordon Cole c/o HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
tarold Proverbs & Co. Lt
chooses the Best cy o.52--2 GO E
ae he Boe ME 310.8 | VERNMENT NOTICES | vein ror Cowes tn
Roach and family, Gilkes family,] pOULTRY—Parks A class wing band | : 6th Oct
Graham family. 15.10.52—in. | ed, Barred Rocks, 5 months od. Phon« S.S. “PLANTER” . London, 16th Oct.
- 8565 38-10. 58—20. | S.S., “STRATEGIST” Liverpool 27th Oct.
FO ath of Mr. Edw:rd Adolphus Moore
‘OR RENT LIVESTOCK Information has been recéived from H.M. Consul, Ecuador, of For further Information, apply to...
- i Milch Cow fresh in milk giving|the qéath in Guayaquil, on the 29th August, 1952 of Mr. Edward Oo. LTD.
‘ , . — ents
‘ HOUSES Se ee ae Bi aa Cole. | Adolphus Moore, a native of Barbados. ee ee
far LEey > on > ata St. James 5.10.88-—30 15.10.52—1n. hi
newly-built house Has never been |~ 3 ok PRL cereTaa
Seen Bia-soane. dining MISCELLANEOUS Sa anadian 1) vational teams ips:
ing rooms â„¢ 7 A a
vonventence: Phone 2985. Mré.. cc POST OF COLONIAL TREASURER ST. VINCENT eg cy ie ane lS ae
Clatke 12.10.8220 : | -
: i " D
PLANTATION HOUSE, St ANTIQUES i ieee, cee Applications are invited for the post of Colonial Treasurer, St. ~~ SOUTHBOUN Sails = Sails ‘ a ene ‘dante.
. 6S 5 ‘. on
Lueg. Idenily situated Apply mas | Sereetaatatcess Early books, Maps, Auto-| Vincent, on contract, or secondm “nt, for a period of 3 years in the r ere 4 or at 14 Oct. 15 Oct
Husbands. James or Gorringes Antique Shop Canadian Crulser . 3 et 3 Oct 23 Oct
NOP Husbands, Crab Mil, St. ues Siomtng Royal Yacht Club, first instance. Opgntad Contirester 19 Oat. 1 Oe se hov. Nev. Shay.
17.9.52—t fn 2.52-t.f.n. | SALARY: The salary of the pést is at the rate of £1,100 per! (Suzan Chauenger ' “aNov. 7 Nov - 17 Noy. 4 ior
T & HOUSE — fully furnished, | SUBSCRIBE now to the Dally annum (without cost of living allowance) plus allow-| Jamsdian Crulser . 95 Nov, 28 Nov 8 Dee. .
SF, Ragga -Sen a i fin ovine. in ‘Be ie 4 ee, a few ances of £50 each as Currency Officer and Income NORTHBOUND an
~~ | days after publication in London. Contact Tax Commissioner. A transport allowance of £73 Attives Sails Sh rebel! 8
Ho PRWRLI. — st, Thomas No. 2.|Ian Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local Barbaded Merkadee Basten A. lene Halitex . Montréal
Highway 6 miles from Bridgetown, small | Representative. Tel. 3113 per annum is also payable, ady Nelson .. >3@ Oct a1 Get " Sets + oe 9 Nov die
nee “ it tara diet il “eon ‘7.4.82—t.t.n. | DUTIES: The Officer will be required to pérform all duties ha aoa Oe) wo” “gamer — Tee Me Oe
¢061 quiet home. 4942. 15.10. 52—In appertaining to the post of Colonial Treasurers In| cady Redney .. 20 Nov 22 Nov 1 Dec. 2 Dee 4 Dec wr
: 4 i : hatien er 28 Nov. 29 Nov _ 6 Dec 9 Dec a
FANHATTANC Fw on veo Wen, |POMILEC NOTICES addition, the office carries with it the following| GSESM2 Gruwer' 19 Dec. 20 Dec. = — 28 Dec. 27 Dec.
Christ Church from October ist, good appointments:— |
sea bathing. Fully furnished, all modern ee PP Collector of Custo?he i j
conveniences. Three _ bedrooms ch. NOTICE atop | Por further particniars, apply 1o—
Refrie., Garage, Servants’ aa Chief of Excise |
Se eae Re) Paitin Biker that it te tne intention Shipping Master | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
One ‘modern store. Part of No. 14) parish of Christ Church in this Island Registrar of Shipping


















































Swan Street entrance on Busby. Good
situation for a grocery. Apply to R. S.
Nicholls & Son, 18 Swan Street.

‘ 15,10.52—t.£.n,

TH—Balmoral Gap, Hastings,

to cause to be introduced into the Legis-
lature of this Island a Bill authorising the
said Commissioners to pay to Mrs. Wapole
Waithe, the Widow of Mr. Dudley Waithe,
who at the time of his death was a casual
employee of the said Commissioners, a

upstal it, 3 bedrooms, gas, electricity,
gratuity equal to one-third of the wages
ail Soaupaleniens, From Nov. 1st. Phone | paid to the said Dudley Waithe during the
2—t.1.".) three years immediately preceeding the

date of his death.
Dated this 13th day of Octobec, 1952.
YEARWOOD & BOYCTY,
Solicitors for the Commissioners of
Highways of the parish of Christ
Chure)

Se
Two offices at 48 Tudor Street, Apply

Cecll Jemmott Phone 4563.
15. 10, 62—1n

“WANTED
HELP

ay a Man with -

) eral Customs i ana Office
work, wen, Fogarty (miages

a

aera 14.10.8%-—t.f on

MISCELLANEOUS

————_—___ -——_—-
see BUNGALOW — - American
family ires to rent on Lease, furnished
bungalow along the Sea Const with two] Messrs. Cottle, Catford & Co. No 1%,
bedrooms, linens, cutlery, stove and| High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors, on
Refrigerator for one year or over, from | or before the 4th day of December, 1952,
1fth November 1952. Reply: Lionel G. | ofter which date I shall proceed to
Lancaster, Constructor Bechtel, Apt. distribute the assets of the deceased
155, Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela. soar the parties entitled thereto having
12,10,52—7n. | regard only to such claims as I shai
then have had notice of, and I will not
be Hable for the assets or any part thereof
$0 distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim # shall not have had notice
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay
Dated this sh < of October, 1952.
HENRIETTA MILDR&D BLOW,
Sole Qualified imhepouteie of the Will of
John Jellings Blow, deceased.
1.10.52—4n
————————



The Estate o'
JOHN JELLINGS BLOW

NOs 1s
Persons havin:

the Estate o'

that all
John Jellings Blow who



send particulars of their claim duly
ed to the undersigned, in care of

HIP "BATH — A hip bath

"PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving eredit to my wife, Olga Crawford
‘nee Sobers) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone e'se con-
tracting® amy debt or debts in

State price
14.10.52—4n.







uniess by a written order signed OTICE
oe ee B. el N
Japham Hill, Ch h. No, 22, Is hereb:
- . y given that it is the intention
Near Clib Morgan. of the Vestry of the Parish of Christ

14.10.52—4n. | Chureh in this Island to exuse to be in-

The public are hereby warned agsinst Roo into the Legisiature of this
giving credit to my wife, ENID GOOD- TA }

a) A Bill authorising the said Vestry

RIDGE (nee Edwards) as I do not hold ‘6 wales a idan ne Xceeding $12,000.00



for her or anyone




for the purpose of
ing to be used as qui

my name by a written order! sf the Almst f the satd parish in
signed by me. vubstitution soe, the cxsting. wooden
"Slag." EGERDON qe yullding which is considered to be beyond

ican’ - repair, such loan to be repaid by 15

annual instalments of $800.00 each, com-
mneneing on Slst October 1954, with inter-
st on tle principal sum for the time
being ow'ng at a rate not exceeding 5%
per annum.

(b) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
in computing the pension payable to Mr.
Roland Eversiey as from 24th September
1082 on his retirement from the Office of
Poor Law Inspector of the said parish,
to take into account the five years during
which he held the office of Assessor of

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Harold Proverbs &
Co., Merchants of High St., holders of
L'quer hicense No. 1091 of 1952 granted
to them in remnect of a wall building at
South District, George for permission
te use said Heubr Heense at a wooden
building attached to residence at Taylor's
Gap, Delamere Land, St. Michael
D-ted this 14th day of October, 1962,

To:—E, MeLEOD, Bsq , he said parish notwithstanding that such
aie Magistrate, term of service was not continuous with
District “A”™ hie remaining term of service with the

JOS. ST. HILL,
forApplicants,
PR—This application will be consid

aid Vestry.
ic) A Bill authorising the said Vestry
nh computing the pension to become pay-

ae at a Licensing Court to be held at] \ble to Mr A. Colemay on his retire-
~oliee -Courty. District “A on Monday | ment from the service of the said Vestry
the 27th day of October, 1952, at 1!/ to take Into account the ten years during
o'c'ock, a.m which he held office with the Commission-
E. A. McLEOD, evs of Health and the Commissioners of

«Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” Highways respectively of the said pawish
15.10.62—1n | notwithstanding that such term of service

was not continuous with his present term

“wf service with the Commissioners of

Highways of the said Parish
Date@ this 13th day of October,
YEARWOOD & BOYCFK,

Solicitors for the Vestry of the parish of
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HEREBY GIVEN
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Receiver of Wrecks

Manager of Government Savings Bank.
The Colonial Treasurer is a member of the Executive
and Legislative Councils and various Boards and
Committees.
He will also be required to undertake sueh other
duties as may from time to time be imposed on him
by the Laws of the Colony or by the Officer Admin-
istering the Goveriment.,
Quarters aré not provided,
Leave is governéd |y local Regulations for the time
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PASSAGES: Free first class passages are paid by Government for 8." ”. ng October alling a
the Officer and his family on first appointment, and Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica.
on termination of appointment. Leave passages are NORTHBOUND
not provided.
a ; . ae S.S. “COLOMBIE”. Sailing October 5th, 1952. Calling at
Applications should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Martinique, Dominica, Guadaloupe, Southampton &
Windward Islands, St. Géorge’s, Grefada, and should reach him Le Havre.
not later than Ist November, 1952. S.S. “DE GRASSE”, Sailing October 28th, 1952, Calling at
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STEAMBOAT GOTHIC : Frances Parkinson Keyes

HAPPY RETURN : Angela Thirkell

CAMPBELL’S KINGDOM : Hammond Innes

COMPLETE PROFESSOR CHALLENGER STORIES :

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THE MAROON : Cunliffe Owen
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llth October, 1952.



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———



a Jamaica JIntercolonial Rifle Meet errr

Beat B G. All keen Rifle shots are eagerly The teams from Br. Guiana and 4—6.30 a.m.—600 yds.; Event No. |
2 awaiting the Intercolonial Prize Trinidad will arrive on Thursday, 6—1.00 p.m—500 yds }

neeting of the Barbados Rifle As- October 23 and the Inter-Colonial Wednesday, October 29—Event | )
ociation which starts on Satur- Events will take place on the No. 2—-6.30 a.m.—300 yds. Event |
n es day, October 18 with the shoot for 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th with the No. 7—1.00 p.m.—600 yds.
the Trumpeter Cup and concludes Anchor Cup shoot on October 30. Thursday, October 30—Anchor
*

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$4O40-8

: > on Thursday, October 30 with the The dates and times of the sev- C —12 —. ‘
GEORGETOWN SG oa 14 Inter-Colonial shoot for the “An- eral events are as follows: — sae pas. 2 er
x 2 oe > chor Cup” by Teams representing Saturday, October 18.—Ist Stage ntries . iti

A glorious face-saving century Br Guiane, ‘Trinidad and Barbas Trumpeter Cup—12.30 p.m.— 200, clase ue Saturda, 1s eee
by Bruce Pairaudeau could not go. ’ , 300 and 600 yds. I ot ane = Seeder, > ee
steer B.G, clear of a crushing The Local Events start with Monday, October 20.—The Bar- October at om. enemas. PO
eight wicket defeat in the opeR- the Shoot for the Trumpeter Cup bados Police—4.00 p.m.—300 yds.
ing Test against Jamaica which for members of the B.R.A. on Tuesday, October 21.—The Bar- r
ended on Monday before a re- Saturday, October 18, with the bados Regiment—4.00 p.m.—300 Tornado Team
cord-breaking holiday crowd. Final Stage on Saturday, October yds.

Valentine, probably produced his 25. This beautiful Challenge Cup Wednesday, Oct. 22—The Bar-
best bit of spin bowling ever seen was presented by the makers of bados Cadets—4.00 p.m.—300 yds. Return Honte
on a turning G.C.C. wicket, in “Trumpeter Cigarettes” and the Thursday, October 23.—Falling
taking six for 110, winner receives a miniature of the Plate—4.00 p.m—200 yds. 7 :

ite Pairaudeau’s century, Challenge Cup. : Friday, October 24.—“The Ma- _ After the Barbados-Trinidad
an Sed seeeee only .. There are also Competitions for jor Griffith”—4.00 p.m.—600 yds, Itercolonial Tornado tourna-
- could scrai the Barbados Police, The Barba- Saturday, October 25.— Final ment which was concluded on






























2 in the second innings, leav-
ed Jamaica with a mere $5 to - oo and The Barbados Stage Trumpeter Cup—12.30 pm, Sunday with an open race, some
i d which they scored for pjote” Corps and a_ “Falling —300, 500 and 600 yds. members of the team left by the
= = a ahaa Plate eneeeioo fer ee wr October 26.—Event No. 9.30 p.m. plame the same day | wu
. _. oresenti .R.A., The Police, 1—6.30 a.m.—200 yds. th home
For the second Test — The R mt and the Cadets. Monday, October 27.—Event No. gag F nah wae Mr. Roddy
aan va an a s -_ eee rays very an ‘oe a.m.—300 yds. Event No. Bynoe, left yesterday evening. _ Veille
ringing . H. Thoma: those interested are cordially 3—1.30 p.m.—500 yds. ode tavyi
David Hill in place of Lennie, invited to attend, Tuesday, October 28.—Event No, » Roddy Bynoe is staying
Thomas and Vibart Rodney. over to join the staff of Messrs.
SCOREBOARD Jason Jones and Co., Ltd. IN ASSORTED
B.G.—First Innings -. 336 ————— ESIGNS
JAMAICA —First Sento ad D iad R | D
8.6— ~g jiamo ings } Sizes :—
L. Wight lbw. b Valentine 2 ;
Le vane 1 SIPRCTAL CASH OFFER 54 x 54
G. Gibbs b Miller : LOUIS L. BAYLEY 72 72
R. J. Christiani b Valentine 30 ° Bol - x
J. L. Thomas c Rae b Scott 6 ton Lan 72 x 108
G. Persaud b Valentine 12
N. Maynard ¢ Prescod b Scott o » 90 x 90
t ,
Â¥ moaned ck biValentine a STHMA s CUS 108 x 108
jaskin b Goodridge %
B. Gichop b Valentine 1 E Loosened First Day
Extras
20 Don't let couxhing, sneering, chok-
290 ks of Bronchitis or thm,
HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor starts the game between Carib i a Wee Wie stoeee clit intackr: Annan
Bears and the Island team at Y.M.P,O, last night. Fall of eee 1 a a SUITABLE FOR WATER OR GAS day or night without trying MIEN-
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Total for 2 wkts

His Excellency the Governor Sir Alfred Savage and pai) of wickets: 1—4, 2-23.
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range shots by their captain October Meeting closed Monday races in the course of the season
Hislop, who scored 16 of the With a record holiday crowd but none imposes such & i
Bears’ points. Coach Jim Burrel| despite the G.C.C, ground being dous strain on stamina. Receuae
scored 6, while Lashley 4, Clarke Vertaxed for the intercolonial of this it is seldom won by a
and Norman Pierre 2 each ‘Ticket. It seemed that all B.G,. hopeless outsider. eee 38 See
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-At the conclusion of the game, yer, year olds have the at ROQOTOS, ish’ Cotmneh trae with te
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Captain of the visiting team wit! by two seven-year-olds—Strath~ vo” & % ‘on a WC DREEO AS.

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2. EASTER CLOUD Jockey Singh would be too far. “invi a
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tess ese tai eee Tika! Acie, 0 areas Oe ek, preferenee to other offers, ,
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world racing champion Alberto veo ane and eg oak arg agri ey Fer saan
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competitors. : “y { 8 It is difficult a is stage - ND TH
Piero Ter who won last year’s en ee JOCK a the) say who will start awe ouce you
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nounced that other engagement Time 1 tain.) 56. aecg. (oD ting there has not: been much in PAY IS THE
= prevent him competing. The DURBAN HANDICAP it between et wae PRICE IT’S
errari company decided to ab- 7 Farldags — Claes 5. seven — nine, esting Form WORTH
stain officially due to the heavy |. MILLIONAIRE Jockey Lutchman | eight—one, Ballechin _ seven—
cost of moving to Mexico and sup- 2. TAKEN Jockey Naidoo (126 Ibs.) eight, and Flighty Frances on Scores in
porting three full crews of racers” SUN WATCH Jockey aa tbs.) @Sht—one. : op
and maintenance men. 1. SAGA BOY Jockey Belle (108 ibs) In the Ascot trial Ballechin Tailoring”
Three racing cars prepared by Time 1 minute 3 3/5 secs was only caught close home by
the firm for the Mexican race AUTUMN RANDIOAP French Design. She still has to

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cided on private participation. DECISION sockey Conn Ibs.) Progress since the latest race she
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crew. —U.P. 16 Ibs.) yor latance 4 at 4:
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(115 Ibs.) a Strong point in his favour.



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cast Station AUCTION BRIDGE Jockey din hia: “ane
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER IS. 1M1 TlfK VT.U1T veruor atarts tat game ln.twsea Garth Y M :'.0 last nlibt. nxsktmi \I.I. Jamaica Beat B.G. In Test (.EOKGETOWN. B.C.. Oct. 14 A giociou* face-saving century b> Bruce PalrMideau could not gleer BXJ. clear of a crushing eight wicket deta-l ID the opening Teal H lMt Juuiu which ended on Monday torfow a record-breaking holiday crowdValentine, probably produced hi* b*t bit of spin bowling tear %  *•* on a turning C-C.C wickat. in taking aix for 110. Despite Patraudeau',. century. B.G. could scrape together only 290 in the *.,vnt Hill in place of Lennl ( Thomas and Vibart Rodney. (iimo*W) 1*I*H*—nrrt .•• % % %  • •* 1 Wiaht ll>* b V-kutiw • maaaa b vamnn* • %  I, (),MH b MUWi • H j Ctoftmanl b valaauna *• .1 I, Thonui c *~ r, Sruti • i b VaWnlinr '" M MifWd c IT — e ns b SeoM • I Mg#M i aa. a-ue. s-m -W. S-SSS. I-ass. *%  %  OWUM ANALYSIS Intercolonial Rifle Meet All keen Riflr shot* ,ire eagerly awatttna; the Intercolonial Friar neeflng of the Bkroado* Rifle Asociation which start* on Saturday, October 11 with the shoot for the Trumpeter Cup and concludes on Thursday, October 30 with tht Inter-Colonial shoot for the "Anchor Cup" by Teams representing Rr. Guiana Trinidad and Barbados The Loral Events start with the Shoot f€ ( r the Trumpeter Cup for members of the BRA oat Saturday, October 18. with tht Final Stage on Saturday, October 25 This beautiful Challenge Cup was presented by the makers of "Trumpeter Cliarcttcs" and the winner receives %  miniature of the Challenge Cup There are also Competitions for the Barbados Police. The Barbaic* Regiment and Th| Barbados 'iidet Corps and a "Falling Plate" Competition for teams relasaan ll i M the B. R A .. The Police. The Regiment and the Cadets. Thia event la always very exciting and those Interested arc cordially tied to attend The team* from Br Guiana and Trinidad will arrive on Thurad.iv. U and the Inter-Colonial I -ill take place on the Mth. 27th. 2tth ana 2vth with th* Am-hut Cup shoot on October 10. The date* and timea of the eral events are as follows — Saturday. Octoo^r 18 —1st Stage SI Cup—12.10 p.m.— M0, S00 and 600 yds Monday. October 20 ~Tbe Barbados Police—4.00 p.m.—100 ydv Tuesday. October 21 —The Barbados Regiment—4.00 p.ro yds. Wednesday. Oct. 22—The Barbados Cadets—4 00 p.m —300 yds. Thursday. October 23 FalluiK Plate—4.00 u.m.—200 yds. frtday. October M-"The Ma|or Griffith"—4 00 p.m.—tT .— Final Stuge TTumpeter Cup—12 10 p.m. -300. 500 and 600 yds Sunday, October 26.—Event No 1—6.30 a.m.—340 yds. Monday. October 27—Event No 5—6.30 a.m. -300 vds. Event No. 3—1 30 p.m.—-400 yds Tuesday. October 28. -Event No Carib Bears Beat Island Team 30-211 B.. BxceUtmcy tha OOVMHOT Sir Alfrad Savage and dad the IbiaJ niH In tha Baikal Bait Bfl tha Visiting Carib Bears learn and the island H. at uV YMPi' irouadi laal night, vrttara tha visitors their lour UBaaMtatl by defeat mfi the island team 30—21 in the most cloael) contested name nt the MrtM Baton tarted, tbi pAayara ol both teams were Dresonted to His Excellency. jfii aaaii ~ %  %  'Ma fast from DTC October Meet Closed 4.1 1 12 IW j*ai\K*-s..—s •• %  • % %  %  WICM h R.*ln% >.t> mat om inlio not out ToUl !\ A sea i. and tho third win have an unilwlgriated and Soutli American >-saw —I ila Touch With Barbados CoaaUl Sution Cabin aad sranlasj fj %  %  %  %  I>F<-|*IOM Jock, s„ lu h OI4 11, N \hl(..W Jockry OMHn DM • I • key N.liloo ilM %  )> %  I BQU lOHADn J-xkwy '111 lha l I mlnuiv IS I'5 toi I'KI -IIIFM H\\nie\r I I... H IMACK BAjOU Jacks* OsMa • in tiu < FA^TFR CLOUD Jockoy Slnh HI7 It !" i ntlViA n.-Hiv RKliai HIS lbs i swiwt aou. HIS lb* UUIJ) mi!IT Jmtiy GODMUM joclo, NiOrt.. 114 aAutrricw OR in SAND CRACK Jnrkey Switch '124 11* Timr 1 mix M %  *> %  III UHAS li IM'H \r : hii-ai — % tfcinirti ill! lbs %  l,kr, Iln-Klm 'US lb* )N Jnckej fi,\m\i DBCiaiON i;s BM I r. ApllBIl ilSS [III I mlM V. w %  \* II ISKtl \l I Mil— t'UH A PORT U'AI.VK Jkr> HIS lb* i roq 11 HE ruruBs ini BM l""*l* • 4 IV 1 i Kadaa. i %  | They'll Vky It Every lime UIIXII, i .!.• %  'isi ii Ttn-.a I mn. M if •*<* •nAl HAMIK4I' I Mllr CU.. I MrTSK.VItHI \ i|l< IlM. %  i i"-. RHIDOI Honaslw ii4 H-. m^iCk tintoln Cesatetvifch Will Be Ruin Today """ B LSilx'N*"t^et ""iThc Cesarowltch to be ru tomurrow is something Of •' %  unto itself. It has no real counterpart. There may be lorigw rocos In the course of the season but none impooca such a tremendous strain on stamina BecaWM Crf this it Is • eWon *P t by liuueless ouUidcr. What is re3Sib a horse who has real -,. ,,,,,... ,>lus ability to qukken. U gvg, sliKhUy in the closing Maces, and a big heart. For thiM reason one pteiers a l.orse who has not been through o *ruclllnK on tht l>eevtoua occasion Horses have long memoiii^ In Ir cent years three ami fou ,,-nr olds have the best record! Tomorrow's iM IM U n tjl nv two seven-year-old*~-Stratnspey. winner In 1M8 and Flush Royal. .„ StrathjfMtf IS set to carry 127 Ihv md Flush Royal 128 "* This seems too much for either. Hulantrope, 124 lbs., has not baao the distamtin public, out is a sturdily built horse giving tho impression that no course would btoo far. French Squadron, 118 lbs.. U been chosen by Oonlon Kiclianl. M, ptacaranoa '" other oners, and the chief Ptanca challenge is expected from ITiil Dor 115 lb*, ridden by Rae Johnaone. The Favourite ? It Is dUftcult nt this stage to % ay who will start ravount tomorrow. In ante-post bet ting there has not been much u tt between French Desigi .even — nine. Westinc Form eight—one, Ballechln seven— cufht. ami Flighty FTtmref.t -one. In tha Ascot trial Ballechir was only caught close home by French Design. She >till has to he is an out and out .layer but if she has made any progress since the latest race she Is just about the pick of the i, indlcap. lYi-itui, seven-eleven ridden by T. Carter will stay every v.nd of the diataneg and lhat b n -rtrong point in his favour. There is likely to be much BUpporl for the Master Cutler -12. He wore blinkers for the nine when winning his i %  raat at Lincoln and made ..I! tha running to break the i. cord. The latest fall ol rain n Ballachin ai well as any. ThaJ :: ii %  whathar ihc i limb the lull at the llnish. By Jimmy Hatlo JSSK Ar4y PAPER QCfy--n^otv "*GKX>UCM WMO WANTS Hffi 04IL.y DBJVERED OJ TWE CXJT tACM CWV" ^S ssaBJR ONj ^^^ V ^EM IT COMES TO PAYWG TW E PIPER.,.. THE/U. OVERDUE }T EVERY TWE.... 4—6 3U am —45KO *-ds | Event No. *--1.00 p.m—500 yds Wi-.|. sday. October 29—Event .in a m -300 yds, Event : 00 pan.—800 yds. Thursday. Ocfober SO —Anchor Cup--12 00 noon—300. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY Mr mon'ti L — MMNm 11 J WIIW: vtorit • nm per *ur • • m Iff %  MH NunrWr 1 W Moon: Ls*t i*nl> OslobcIS Gen. Naguib Dissolves Going fo Sugar Talks iRussi; Lyi Regency In Egypt Prince Abdel Moneim/y chosen To Now Sole Regent Remould Soviet Patty MOSCOW, l>t I 4 The Nineteenth Congrats of the Party named Premier (By ARTHUR COLLINS) CAIRO. Oct 14. STRONGMAN General Mohammed Naguib on Tues day dissolved the Provisional Regency Council set up after he forced King Farouk's abdication in July, thus climaxStalin and ten'aides to remould ing the action paced eighteen hours. I"? 0 ***> programme in Ui Naguib dissolved the three-man Regency Council after : *${£*"> '"^""'Vri.Tl^deviio?a special session this afternoon at a Cabinet meeting. In 'manL A similar revision commi*its place he substituted a single regent. Prince Abdcl [ %  Jon •• named_at_ the last Party Moneim. the sole remaining member of the old council. Xaguib'a streamlining of the Nationalist Envoy regency, ihe last •v-msito'tg member of monarchy in Egypt, started at mid-night. He chose that hour to announce the thing of Colbnel Ilnshnd Mehannn. an Amllei> Officer appointed to th Congress in lM but the I ..ncl i<'construction \ revented completion of the wor).. The Congress expected to elect .1 Central Coenrn % %  lo organjse a Pr*s-JdJUR1 M Politburo. It also n.n-i !' I Committee and atari :ne .i.uugfcL Meetti of the ;. Mi (• .i verltj tin Council after last Summers Army j Central lnspect'on Committee, ruup. While Egypt wailed rorj A rauVo announcement said the possible repercussions from Revision Committee headed by %  %  oowerful friend* among premier %  taiga In plug— [our Potihe Moslem clergy, the Pretnter ittaro members '. P. Bcna. L. M. AMlVINO In Tokyo. Dr. Hulling ton K. Tong, first post-war Ambaasador Inm Nat i ||g| Chin;. to Japan, la warmly %  stenklchl Yoshluiwi <: % % %  K i'a ambassador-designate to Uonalist China. The fssjjtEa, holds a )H. hy Y..o,i7.,v.. gress, one of the three regents I'i inc.Abdel Moneim asked > sec Naguib. Naguib '.eft the .eeting. Within a few minute.., the third regent B. Barakat now at hi. Bitbels Farm In lower Egypt confirmed in a telephone cull am the United Press that he had i-signori and that his resignation had been accepted by the government Immediately afterwards N.iguib announced that ihe old Three Man Council had been dissolved nid thai in Its place Egvpt i kl I -ingle regent Prince Abdel Moneim. Naguib did not disclose what effect, if any, she rasjaucy -ireamlining would have on the monarchy Egypt', sovereign ninemonths-old Fund 11 had hern (n luiiy with cx-Kmg fareui and ex-Queen Narrtman sine. Naguib exiled Farouk after abdication. At thai Unas Naguib pledged support to the monarchy as an institution and there has been no IndicaUon that he has since ohanged his views. —I 1 .p. MR. RENISON IN JAMAICA KINGSTON Oel l Mr. Patrick Ranlaon I designate of British Honduras arrives! in Jamaica to-daj from lonoV" r veck before going la British Hondurason Monday. M. Kenison succeeds Sir Ronald Garvey new Governor of FIJI and was acting Governor of Trinidad al the time of hi.-, appointment. Mr. Henison expressed regret to UM illncs, of Sn lluggi Foot Jamaica's Governor and wished him a speedy recovery. Kagnnnviteh .md V. M. MotOtfl Ma lei IC.P. Ship Shelled By Chinese Communists KONG. Oct 14 A Chrocst Conununl I battery oh* I, ngtmg island. 15 mileKMith-weai of the Brtttsti colony of Hong Kong, opened lire on a Hoiif Kong Government ship -UtNontie* said. A revenue cutter chasinga junk suspected of smuggl ng was bombarded h> Aitsstn rounds of light artillery Two rounds landed dangerously < leas Parting the |Uttcr to give up the chase. t*ast month, Chinese atHra b lines on Lafsami Island fired on tgffO Rovnl Nsvy warships whtstt ii.i.i raced to the rescue of ., Britisli gaimn nit.r.t %  p .e sent i*. a Select < nmmitie.. a Bill to conaoMAti •mend Ihe AcU of ihi IaJand relating to Publlcj Turkish And U.K. Ministers Hold Talks LONDON. Cut. 14. The Turkl Pn i nci Adul .]. i.-.li In '.(IT-, tti Fuad Kuprulu conferred on Tueaday with Prims Mini iiei Wiru... Ch ho \-oted for sending galsel Committee : %  ian A. E S. Lewis. I* A I W Barrow, M. E M \ Ciunortl H. A •ughan. J A Hajmas i. K w.d t 11 Hi LUaa md i>i >:u\ .: i iing tin Hill in lessn. C E Tslma. M A Holdar. • %  i 1 Adams r t. MUki if <; Mapp and all Bowrm The ten iii.ni Bsleci > •ppotntad arars, Messi... Talma older. E. E. Smllh, E. D Mmtlev. Crawford, WM% W. Oct. 14. RUSSIA REFUSED W Wllllffrnw her deman l iccall of United States Ambassador. George F. Kennan. nnd a^am accused him of lying about ihe isohiti Western diplomats in Moscow. In W.isluntton the State Department said it had MI omment on the new Soviet note. Russian* stuck to their — ——— The ..in. of October S that Mr. Kan%  h-,| violates! diplomatic likening the phgh i. diplomats in RUSH life under internment In Germany during World War i lets were ranlytng U> l < .' | i '*•-. ai lui The Russian reply sale Unaaai s Tf aaj t-lem on ihai tely ; %  k< gggi •hUl and Prireign S*cr*Ur nthonv Eden, it v..is ..fnnaUy an-runred It i* the not of a series In the Objects and ret >f talks lurii late.1 tli.tt ilstt of Turkish Miniatei-,. lealtli Mill is the ihn.l <>! Cummins and Mp ha oxpei-tod to determine. Turkey i stand In Ihe viUI Mid-Eastern rieilHl m Uaikaa htf security alignments no N'.novlavla. I Tiirkixh Mu Maj. GenRilev And C ^ ls,T _^ *l_ f> e | calls-at number 10 I wn* naguib Uonfer. HI the > ^ The M i f Bills designed, m aci th the proposals ooniatnad in %  dum submitted by the th Grsjee inef Medical Olllci. to n ledical and public health irvices of the Island. %  embassy this afternoon only a a>li*oei ••* gHtat.ii. after they hud pai'l u '' i( '' l "' Barbndot hei |f| I!i||i,{ St e nSI I HOSfdlal Act. 1W47. ,in< pat imanl "' Mi ho arrived here" ,t,K Al 'lfl47 Monday niglil on a \-1 — ,., _, v. in dine tonlghi i % %  .. i " rl *" Series chief of the United Nations Pales-|.n. ( i leading r .... line Truce Commission conferred en. ant r LS u ,""" ,\'V i J^i here on Tuesday with General 1|M Ede, „ dl L „. k of bills which wlD be pi I MuhammM Naguib and other Si ,", s %'. * l ,,, „ r 'i r %  gypOan authorities The subjwt | K A,I^ """w" "' " ., ,.„. „ ,.. malter of Ihe conference wai noi „ %  %  ' disclosed. I ^^^___ ~ Biley. who arrived by air. Is scheduled lo return to Jerusalem Jr. H O. Cummliu I ii the United Nations.' PadiUa Nervo delivered the enth annual session meeting for the first time in is ulitti-i ,„,,., t .,„,, ing new headquarters on New York East River. b irssj .II I*I, it. The Huu-i russSSBbljl The Mexican diplonmt pinpointing the Korean war in his %  I'VH" of the world'l diplomat!' I ituation. gave a full MM lo :hc stand of Amern.ui '.egotiators at Panmunjom. "Non-loreible repatriation uf ( if war", Padilla Nervo i said, -i* a healthy and forward lookup principle which only,"'*" 1 passed a bill providUJg t es lo rive human right. theiil l,,w tJ-l-buhmil of u Trauu-„ just suiwemacy over conventional, Ku H * CIvU bervsnU HIT. %  tiees in this held. 'OiX'. w "ich wUI be pauJ all suos* of thing appears clear, that if tojWoosSy voted by the Ix-giAlaiUi• ii armistice has beeti lr "' " purpose of Uauung. depending only on the prisoner ' Under the schssoe which Uiquestion — have no other | B u saaka to give effect the anpossibilities been sought to solve xpeitdiii I s sla n csa of money at an hon VlllM y l be Legllatun will not House Establish Civil Servants Training Fund Honourable members would remembcr that in 1648. ttai HOs] B iased u Hill i i-.tlll. I'.,II It A. Dl 10 Place where it died with U Of the leg.vl tin. ,n 11*49 Few Amendments The Hill before ihe H day dM not differ ftrt) horn the M %  .. II. .i .i, |04g H ere were S) On Page 3 JAMAICA WILL EMEU Uun ol lh< I tM>glnntnb %  paintingi led In Cuba epn icnt i H inns done here durin \\.< las) ten •an Th* Bshll bon 'iii tw the hi in I. (OP.) e wwlai in win., %  in return Mi Kennan %  now thai the Sova 1'i.ion hi non ipatii Ml Kannai present t %  .I.. exped '"n fl %  i.. for Mi itemmad u<-t\\ tb> %  i his* arrival %  % %  %  hi ara lo UM Un tI 81 %  %  %  i itsdon Mi Kena t I %  %  i SovU %  .1 n Unprtsoned bj N.i/i Oar %  n sfai 11 i r I iidi;i i i Tour Not Called Off h John Qoddard one .,r the .I the West Indian turnad front Trin bn iBornlng Ka ri>-1 i %  mill.ill | .1 %  -1 landed visit lo British Quiun Mth othoi isaaetoffi to see she ..in i.t 1'iteiDloolal rn kel se Qulaaa and Jan.,0. ;. A" i than was derided to forego plai f %  -i .i. Briti h i %  %  : 'hat tin *fM IruIIao Cricket Board Lw racatt i India i tree to th propo ed iii'h.i-W ngflieui ihat West Indies tour might not come ..IT but Mi Ooddard tough the tour Will M.I.I % %  rjff, The %  walUng furtl % %  From India HKU.RAUK tl 14 United Stale Britain and Prsia Ill pravlds Vugoslavta with SW.ftuO.OOO III economic aid in the i i >l rear ending next June 3NDON. Oct. 14 is the first day for •lonies questions following the -assembly of Parliament Many Ioi aniwer Mr. Olnri I .> Helton but only %  to ask Mr. i thai he will make .n trade i I i. whether tr* Secretary of la for the Co "ike a statement for Oovernent. It in believed hon ever tai Mr. Lytteiron will ay he %  no tin!' i to add the lime l>ring to the slateit tl I... -IUnited Slates Air Campaign Criticised n> i n MI i 4'oitDt'Rov WASHINGTON. Oct M l • nab Mark %  rk and James Van Fleet to %  unlcr the sgeartsou b) Ceneral einuel Shepherd, juntoi Marine orp Commandant, that the Kuan Aii-fontla "fUzle". Express*.*,. ,,f "sstlsfaction' "gratitudeby Far Fa 99m. MA V or Yugoslavia nte.u •-<<• %  .(uot.ii tn counter ShrpheiU's the Untied States sir %  paagn intentional!] a] Mi ki open old sores when he lold i nw confereiHi' late r>n Monla) thai '"Operation Su-an Allied aerial efToi | Slrangle" w;i s the name given i ; %  intb carried out the cfTort to knock out CooununaH supply and mmunlcaUoni lines from the nnt lo the Mam hurian bordiT Shepherd who i %  feds ti-t-i Ihe lull in wound righting lo uc-l advantage and built up their nippiles. 1 %  COnunenl on Shepherds assertions nl a news conference tentatively %  t lot Wednesday. —U.P. I'hey Ve everything I look for" (^iiiiiumJHiii Vnioii;'. \irrrir;m Mug htvtiartlgssfed tiu. Because once the objittivt of aggression was trustraksd ihe fforts of the United Nations should have bean concentrated on preventing further destruction >f life and property." lapse but will remain in the fur meet lommitmeals alreauj entered into in respect of Uii nti.g of Civil Servants. a 2.575 mile non-stop flight from Midway Island The night by the TweKsiihter Fs%  General Trygvp Lae Uw history of the %  %  United Nations permanent home snd the construction icyscrnpfr headquarter %  • building and %  110 .''iruneul Iroiu Mi. An B id that he hoped that he wodk ii'fver live to see th*> clav when Civil Servant" depended on the j whims snd smiii Such a step." would open the door to corruption and red inCivU Servants to ., bunch of lackeys." Mr. Adams said that the suggestion wa. lant.irnnunt to repealing the provisions ma<'under the Public Service Cominp. sl.ei Act where they were given tho power to appoint Civil Mr%  Surcharge Withdrawn Provision la also made undsu vants and reeommmd the BUI for the luno to be admotions, ministered by the Govrrnor Ihe advice of the Public %  arvate Commission and in addition. lh Public Service Ofneem. (b) Public Employee^ (c) Secondary School Teachers i iroebial Employees and ,-,. (e> such other persona or of persons aa the Governor-mJtive Coanmlttee may from Vincent lmp.ililtcn wel-: ,,m '' IO m determine, be % % % %  innly to its Orst A SuaTgestieei nsaClng in its new permanent %  A luggastam by some HonourI n s h aaaa dn i Warren Aus-'able members including Mr R tin. permanent icpresentative of G. Mapp, Mr. A. E S. Lewis ant ear. wEZTiZZZZ* t't fcunriron^ '" n ^ Mr L A Williams thjt inateal aTr force bTseT'^ * lttir0m half of the headquarter. Advisory of the Govarner .cUng -oWy on The first fUgh: of 47 lets made i Comni1 "**. In ">* haedo.uarthe advice of the Public Ssevice ihe Midway -Japan hop vesteri Xvr %  A"** 1 eald 'there are Commission, this —Vlee shoulJ dsy averaging more than 45o| comNlwd stone. 8la Bsetal be given by the Govemor-lnm.p.h. To-day'i night of 28i w "' d jn-r cent on uTSigfali iu the port of Santos which had beSBQ le>. ie.i rtion In vieu "f atapreW lions at Hio IX' Janeiro the UssM ied Ihat th. DOt cent, on ship thst port should bf 1S at) i-i.t The decisions affect riatpsnl of v.-hsels beginning to load (Nrtober 10. Conference I JI*S comprise the line. Thomas Jam. Harrison, Lamport .' i|(K. Oil 14 N I ,-. %  ',.te *ub%  I. %  tlgutlon i ... i .i by the : The sn. %  .• %  ority scheduled lU se c ond pubUc session st 10.00 a.m E.S.T :i the Federal Courts butkUsaJ BjlaaaTIOd to .| M 'i % % %  i il ;. .h./ei uev %  l nit%  ..".sion Isst niifh' • ilh the < l-entng of th. United Nations Asseinbh oni 'own in Mauri i Nat ions has a staff of 3.500 "ire Ihaa half ot whom % %  %  '. II Wisure M get something .i of tinInvesug ition but it %  'II tas> Senator l(l ; .' Hit Bit Ith i m< ber of the %  re unln I .oppose i."' bat eiarlli de cig-jetteV" Mr— which tat is from fosWro itlhtr ipenal. f ifunt. psrfttl — whith mt*m lomforlabU IhrowS." loll 1 Stearo Navlgaion C mpanv and Royal Mail inet. —u.r. rrnmm actrrs trt/t ntsct ssio\ CANBERRA, Oct. 14 Commerce Minist'-r John M

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I'M.I KM I! BAaUisIgagS UA'Q T hTK U'U)\£sa>AV ot/roota u. i .-.:> BARBADOS **& ADVOCATE r..i..-i *- % %  r Urdnnd.v. Ottnber IS. I9S2 HOI Al. I OW \ ONE obvious site tor a sell-aid housing scheme is the land between Holetown Police Station and the river. A few days aj-o a visitor to Barbados •.sited whether the land nearest to the Holrtown Police Station was a Zulu encampment. The presence of so many coconut fences no doubt sugRested the question but for the most historic piece of Barbadian land to be likened to a Zulu encampment is no advertisement for the island. Everyone krlbwjj thai Holetown was once known as Jamestown in honour of a British sovereign and the suggestion has been made that for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II the town might be renamed in her honour. Certainly the name of the town is more suitable to its present condition and before renaming it in huimur of the Queen a complete overhaul would be necessary. Would such an undertaking be undesirable? Today's inhabitants of Holetown must be acutely conscious of the sad state of decay and neghgency which hangs over this most historic town. "Coconut" village which lies nearest to the Terr, monument cannot be regarded with anygreat affection by those who occupy it And the members of the House of Assembly who represent the parish of St James ought not to feel any satisfaction at tin present condition of a town near whos*•bores a cross was first erected on these shores and the island formally put under the kingship <>f a British monarch. The residents of the St. James Coast themselves must feel very unhappy every tim• and the country"-!'. and „, miserable. The stores are huge rdic? i^McSbTlill u> • rmk 'W'"""" 1 1 "? around User, are swamp, and £ XSriT. !" neat ami I,-.., ctt) *h P<' .vll-.mellin, patche, of mud. r. presumably. be paved road.: roads and most atlrac Ive .tore. „ clly „, p „ llJr om e„ solEverywhere work la In progress, and homes. The shopping center, „,„, tranches. large stores, nostiv on the streets themselves In the mldole or the city. Is not statues to paUkiU, beggar... The place Is studded with shops big. but It Is everything else that w indlers and wretches. We were in some of which French is is desirable, and the houses seem gi^ 1O return to the neatness of spoken, but hardly any English to be owned by people for whom ihe g^p uld ie| f4il al flv# We met a French storekeeper leanunass Is above G odl i nes s and o'clock. Htso told us that he had been In everything else. You could hardly That night we held our second Venezuela for Just seventeer ^ ^^ 0 f them that was In need -Debate on West Indian Fedcra ,ontha and that he Intended to „l a painting But there Is a ucn ~ on deck. By then our luu ""','." a fsT* n, Lr*i" o js..i!.^r *" %  •* au nc <"•'"'• *•" PU*. of food h. a row *•*. S, I e?, Dlet^nf ntace here %  PTpetu.1 .".ell of oil in the „.„,, nd „ h d dded q X a a nerlaauaTCnel! of mud arid •" %  co """ ,0 '" "" ."^"V '•*• of musical instrument, dirt m Seairand the reddll?, *£ 1? !" Ti .mmSluie '" Z" „'"" "**"' Sund.. Irown dust S the gull get, all 'ontra.t between the ^maculate „„£, the Mth of September was over you as you walk about. The "• ol the Willemslad buildings und oubtedly the noisiest night ol most encouraging place, to the and the pungjnc, of the Wlllem^ r Inp aboMd me Coie-kletourist are the airport, some three alad atmosphere leaves a strong Flashlight picture, were taken of miles away In a westerly dlreeimpression ol doubt in the tourist s ua as we tortured our vocal cords lion from the docks and the tourmind as to the beauty or the „„„ ^.p^, „,,, stomachs 1st bureau, and our beat memories plac. But. in our own mind, at wlln „„, Tn€ rrench uUori of Venciuela consisted In the lea.t, a breath o. fresh sea air llmi w h anythlne like that we brought away. >,hlsked away the memory of he „ M ny 0 , h( m „„,,•„„,, to, Ibej t„ld us or areas a little c |ly scent, and only that or the a)>lM and looked en at us Some „ther goaa where the country„„ ,t,elt with its simple charm „ r „,.„, tmilt4 „, lurned w v ade was more btautltul ad* „„d qualntnes. remained. N „ n oI „„„ lmw qu(le whjl u us al was happening a, we carouatv) %  us umc >Bt 'nto the nlatit. One by one, a party of students I "ew iei. &—*• "•. M <"^ .f—f .. ...ore beautiful and the towns moie flnUhed and modern. At about 6.00 p.m. we left La Gualra f "* nc.irl) L uiaiau <,.., in. oaiuiuay. also. They had been pleased to ... go uu to Caracas In spiw Ol %  < %  risk that they would not gel back ., n tune. They did rvach back, well aden Mith spoils, but had they had lo a laUliCn npioy keep ..... pill.KI dates with Morpheus ilieiu Monday dragged on. and we did nothing In particular except pack. On Monday night there was dancIIIR and a magic performance in laden with t"b. but.nan tnc> ,., ^ ""' "' the first class lounge, and a few of been I v.-muni., .later 'nW would jrou „ d 1 p m .. colla-'ted our shore „„. ,,„,,„„ a „ pndcd T hal Itlfhl have hail lo "ml other means oi saln „ um ,„,, vniel so wlira wo wcn| 0 fl M mld-nlght n ansport to Jamaica. __ ana went ashore. The people in .,^ m, first Columbia ,e desperate: the, arc Kingston on Tuesday morning ,,,'Tede aall lanatlcal.y determined to sell J7 -m We landed and made Del ?'u, ,riiihlid tngrthVr yo" -omelhing, little lortou.-s { attempt, lo get Ihrouith on." We all assembled togewier. j ,' ,.,„„,,, wniue the red upe of the eustoma departTrutldadians. Grena u !" "^J^f-fr'"*"?*' aravel' """' be.ore hunger overtook us. I,.ns and Ba.ls.dla,,.. !" f '''",""„,?" ,S,s *' ">e wharf thTte were a lew „,t the stores or rood thai we had f"""'^'. "" r J,* '11. !' '„. of the undergraduate, to meet .„>d began to enable their being used In or jf heartening of all. Mrs. „ eat with much nol.v mirth and vine a rnythmlc.i background! to S|mmons 1|w *„,,,.„, Ke,t,.tr..r iLiid.a. Mere wa. a debauwith"imba.s rhumbas and boleroa The „ ^ UCMl Wc plled ,„,„ ,1 ureuniiiil' without senseleas chauneur. are equa.ly determined axls and mlo „,, u niv ers|ty bun Ik without time wasted in to conduct you around Cartagena, a lan | aM „. contraption driven ,,„liiiieach other down and for fantastic tares. In the first b y a fanuutic chaufleur who de,.,,,.„ „,,,i„,i, ne in short place they accept no Carlbhemi light. In snaklnt through the vithmit all t h huiiibiig "I dollars or British money ol any lra rr|c at nlly-llve. miles an hour •uliuineiitary prex^dure which sort indeed It wa. hard lo get a „,| leovlng even motor cyclists to govern the country them to accept even Venezuelan rar behind-and before long we iiismd. of by actions. We bolivar.. .11 the, would take was were at Mono SI Andrew to be ?.t iimcthlrui done all right we American money, or pesos, ol met by our old svrhool Mends and ;!. e^Te.kea W. teleruted with which we had none With much to llnd cieelve-lhnae of u. who ,tn our cakea. we leoeraeea semi .wreuade^t the chautcame from Barbados at least-on ood. not with eloquent argu^'""' "J^ du ,„., n d ,„,„ the threshold ot a career and in „ nts' By that time wc were more feurs that we d.dn need the,. arrangement ,.„,„l,tely at one with each service, the dlmcul y did not ^ ,,„„,„,.,. dlrter( .„, from m e ,ther than the .everal islan.t. of arise out of the dillereiie. in nnK RKVIF.W LONDON. Orii'iiUl .ol U .i (iifllcult Mibrct for the laymen to undcii.nd. Most of u* ara iu-hnte(t j Chinese ilittwu.gJ. ot lilie tn .iiul .s.uiip.ii.'s undar ilm trass, Bui ti"n.> ^t*-j %  <". <>( U the influence* of the eitra|H>s us. N<-w Sir Leigh Ashton, Dlrec>f the Victofin .tntl Albert <• i.ouni, and Mr. Basttl Gra>, iteaMc ot Oriental AntlqulUaa "i ha Hntlih Museum, hnve rev.sad .<• text ot "Chinese Art" (Fiber ltd Kaber. £2 2i) ThB ret-ult is DBS saw edition. ,i whirl, the )oint imlhoit. set nut rorapad ana eoiiwiasidablj coo* mt of each period and I [| in ;. series of care..ilv talaOjSd illustrations. All ,,: i. .,, l i-.iutifiilh repi %  M (lapei. .ind 1 .'(s afiyotw to put thi book >wn undci an hotU for i* is n -urvcv ol -ill 'hat i arming *m\ leauliful In orlen.1 art. IIS Hazel May It takes the reader from the pre-Han period — somewhere about the beginning; of Ihe third millennium B.C. when a culture wlh pottery of a highly dacore. tive character was m existence in the valley of the Yellow Riverthrough such things as the Period of the Warring Statea to the Chiang Dynasty. The Chinese of the third century, it appears, had very much more idea of reproducing life in S uture., than Europe's artists of le Middle Ages. (Remember those farcical figures of heraldry, and the fat figures of shapeless saints on stained glass?) A typical example portrayed in the books It its reproduction of a polychrome painting on hollow bricks which was excavated from a tomb In the neighbourhood of Lo-yang. It depicts some aristocrsttG ladies watching an animal tight in the Shang-I4n l^ark. On one side are the men. courteous and aloof; on the other the ladies. elegantly gossiping The vivid picture of tne elegant and worldly society of the dav. is ntartlingly alive. There are some fine photographs of famous pieces of Chlneae sculpture, such as the British Museum's "Man Feeding a Bird." executed some time between the third and the fifth centuries, and a beautiful little devotional figure "Sakaya-Mui as an Ascetic." one of the Detroit Art Institute's Tzang treasures. There Is a fine section of Chinese landscape paintings, and a great many others featuring the everyday life of the Chinese. "Ladles Preparing Newly-Woven Silk" and "Breaking Waves and Autumn Winds" — a river scene —are among the most charming of these human studies. This book brings oriental art from the book-sheli of the connoisseur to the table covers of the average reader. Buy it give away, and you will undoubtedly keep It. Our Readers Say; I/utiHfs On (JHist o The Editor, The /tdrocaiv, SIR.—The cutting down of the na Manchincvl trees on Rockley tach has rightly ..roused the %  unit of yum iv.iite, srrttar, %  I.'.-I. ridonta and a large seci-n of the publn who ani"" %  mid to decry thi;: act of vandalism pi ml but do o vocally. But. is , taxpayer not entitled to ask (Itivi'i tmu'iil intends to continue %  tha owntra oi land to iiil.l houasa iilong the sea coast. netude (he public from bSSSSSH il ruin the main attraction of is Colony to Inhabitants and BlUW. H.niitlj iheic ).,.: U't'ii in i.vttence a draft Bill for the PiTvution of Historic Monuments, nd even .nog* recently the Govrnor has appointed a Committee i) di'ul with the question of access o the sea, the purchase of coastal L.nid nid the preservation of lasutj spots. Such a Committee, •oafsvsr, can only make recomiiendations. These are piecemeal iltempti to deal with a inu.ii argjas* problasn. A Town St Country platwilng Act which vould legislate for these and nndred issues. Is what is required. Some years ago a Town and Sintrj planning Bill was given la lii-t reading and then dropped. f that Bill was unsuitable, n %  lam— langag years there has urely been time for %  Bill to be >iafted Hhlch would meet the retirements of uils Colony. A few i.iys ago an account was made Doule of the recent work of mumbcrs of the Secretarut. ! % %  uhtli %  It will have occurr-d to your readers that many of the mesmirss contained In this account were far less pressing i*i the interests of tha Colony than the sorely needed Town and Country Planning Act. The post of Director of Public Works has recently fallen vacant. I* it too much to hope that in the best Interests of the Colony a (lualifled architect with some knowledge of conditions In the Caribbean will be appointed. It Is understood that the architect responsible for much of the rebuilding of Castries and other works in the Windward Islands is unlikely to continue there after tho end of this year. Such a man would be eminently suitable for the post of Director of PublkWorks in Barbados. Or. are we to be inflicted with an unqualified person drawing a large salary? Such an appointment may be in the interest of a member of the local Civil Service, but, it is moat certainly not In the interest of the taxpayers who provide the salary or of the Colony as a whole. Yours faithfully. BEACHCOMBER. Driving Potter To th,Editor. Thr Adrocale SIR. —Your October 9th EdlI,,M.,1 ..indthe warning that Flfe.ii ii tiy is vital to growth and development of B community and that the position tn this Islam! i* one which demand.* urgent measures if the entire community i> not to suffer as a result. In the same issue there Is an announcement rr current for Coronation Decorations to be supplied by one of the two spare generators which are expected. These are standby units only. The Corporation is not trying to hide the truth: the entire gen %  linn, plant is now used, with i i rassrvSS, and even at full prountiion. falls short of the peak demand. Already the sales of electrically operated hoi-x-hold equipment etc. tuvc 1-een affected, expansion and i. M'lu'um'iit pi.in-cancelled and H-USc-i'iiiitiing brought to a virtual standstill. But labour is -.ufTcring more. The livelihood of masons, carpenters, painters and so many others is tbieatened by stagnation. They ara fsaUsi the pinch already. What is to be done? I am not coming up with at. obvious solution. I do know that it is essential 'hat something be done and done soon to make certain that this isl.irM ba gj aaa. .i fuir chance to grow and develop and expand healthily instead of foundering in the stagnation that Is threatened by the present policy of The Barbados Electric Supply Corporation whether that policy II Justifiable or not. Something mu^t be done and now! NOW W. THEROLD BARNES. Dangvrou* Practice To the Editor, (he Advocate, SIR—Permit me to draw attention to a rather dangerous practice of residents of the Belmont Road area. These residents await until sundown and deposit large piles of refuse at the side of the highway. Cyclists on their way from the city are very'often confronted with blinding lights from oncoming motor vehicles, and as a result, :ln\ BTS unable to see these piles and find themselves being Jolted from their cycles. Should one of these unfortunate people (the bread winner of a family) be unfortunate enough 'to be thrown from his cycle into the deep gutter or even under the oncoming vehicle and death or severe injury occurs, thereby causing a family to go starving for days, the result of an enquiry will most likely be* death by misadventure; but the depositor of this stuff will never be made to pay for his or her negligence. The Sanitary Authorities have made provision by placing a receptacle for stuff along this road, yet these people fall to make use of same. Can nothing be done to bring these people to their senses before somebody pays for their i.egligence in the loss of a limb or even m his or *.er life? Hoping that this will catch the eyes of those concerned and immediate action taken before it too late. I look forward to a warning being given to these people. CYCUST. Congratulations SIR.—Congratulations on your leader in Saturday's "Advocate" re liocklcjF Beach Everyone hava spoken to is horrified at the massacre of almost a dozen beautiful trees which has taken place there Tourists often comment on the lack of trees and subsequent shade in this island, thero no way of preventing this vandalism? Is there no town planning? No lcg'*lation to prevent %  recurrence of this sort'" What does the Civic Circle think about it* A LOVER CF TREES. GOOD NEWS FOR BAD MEN B> MKWrCI.L rUKlERS NEW YORK. AS a result of his prison experience tilii producer Walter Wanger has organised I society named "Jobs Anonymous" to help convicts. It trains them for a new law-abiding life while they axe still in prison. And they can choose their own trade or profession if the> do not already have one. Members of the society outside prison, exconvicts and leading citizens, see that the men get jobs when they leave the cells. Mr. Wanger thought up the plan while serving four months for shooting Jenningf Lang, theatrical agent for Mrs. WangerJoan Bennett. He insists that ex-convicts must run job' Anonymous. He feels that men who hav been in jail will trust others who havt shared their experiences. They know thei own kind know all the problems. IN Haivard University, 20-year-old Bor den Stevenson, son of the Democratic presidential candidate, shares a room with Wtl Ham Donner Roosevelt, aged 20, a grandson of the late President. MOVIEMAKER Howard Hughes recently announced the sale of his controlling inter est in R.K.O. Pictures Corporation, one ol Hollywood's Big Six, for more thai £2,530,000. The buyers are a group ol business mcr from California. Texas and Illinois, headed by Mr. Ralph Stolkin, Chicago mail ordet magnate. Mr. Hughes will not be idle. He owns ar aircraft works and has a large interest ir Trans-World Airlines His life story woulc be a real Hollywood "epic." CRIME in New York City is up 600 pet cent, over 1948, reports the Federal Bureau of Investigation. DEEP SEA DIVER Otis Barton is trying to beat his own world record of a 4,500 ft descent to the ocean bottom. His rock bottom objective now—5,280 ft. (one mile). On the way down he hopes to take pictures ol fish wilh luminous spots on their sides. BESIDE UNO's 39-storey green glass ana steel tower on New York's East River stand* a brand new four-storey library and storatf< building. It is filling up so fast with paper that it will have to be replaced or expanded in three or four years. Last year alose UNC produced 46,000 documents, some running up to 1,000 pages. This year the cost of UNC and its paper work will reach a new high— about £135 million. RESEARCHERS in Chicago are hard at work on a plan to replace the tattered magazines in doctors' waiting rooms with a film projector to show films. They are considering this question : Would Rita Hayworth oi Clarke Gable excite or depress patients too much? AMERICA'S newest book on etiquette, by Amy Vanderbilt. weighs 3 lb. and spreads over 700 pages into every corner of daily life Sample: Wives should beware of seeing husbands off to work after breakfast in ban curlers, wrinkled bathrobes and old shoes with run-down heels. Reason: Within an hour he will be in an office amid row upon row of trim, glamorous typists. HAROLD TUCKER WEBSTER, creator of one of America's famous cartoon characters, Caspar Milquetoast, has died from heart trouble, aged 67. But Caspar will continue to appear in tht Herald-Tribune for a time. Mr. Webster pre pared cartoons months in advance. The Herald-Tribune believes he would want it to continue to print them. • a • HANDSOMELY, the New York' Times gives full marks to the Royal Navy for being right at the top in technical progress —and says the U.S. Navy can still lear some tricks from Britain's senior Service. Hanson Baldwin, an ex-U.S. Navy offlcci and the New York Times military editor rated the British tops after V visit to th, carrier Eagle when exercise Mainbroce ended. He writes: "black ties at dinner, rum each noon, pomp and tradition have not hobbled technical progress. "British naval aviation, long handicapped by subordination to the R.A.F.. is makin strides, and there is a good deal the U.S Navy could learn from H.M.S. Eagle." He tells how Eagle made 25 knots in ar Arctic gale while the U.S. carrier Midwa> was virtually hove to. Different construe tion is the reason. Eagle's steam-driver plane catapults, a British invention, art being adopted by the U.S. On the other hand, Baldwin rates existln British carrier aircraft below U.S. came: planes. He blames slow production and say new aircraft are on the way. • • a ICE-CREAM from cow's milk is beinp challenged by a new rival, a synthetic frozer dessert made from soya beans and ground nuts. It tastes delicious, costs half as much and comes in the favourite U.S. flavoursvanilla, chocolate, strawberry. IHlltllS! in IHII V Colling Pocket and Desk Diaries now opened at I It I 1H I TE ST A TIOXER Y Obtain your requirements of • • LUMBER ft SHINGLES WALABA POSTS, CEMENT PAINTS and OILS GALVANIZED and ALUMINUM SHEETS and All BUILDERS HARDWARE from WILKINSON 8. HAYNES & CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phonei: 441J, 4472. 4M7 Becknith Store. 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