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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

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ting of House of Assembly

3.00 Rm

ting, Government

. Rifle
Range

e Band Concert,
Hospital

Mental!

B.C Films High
school Mer

Mobile Cinema, Lascelles

Modern

10.30 a.m

63am
4.30 p.m

7.00 p.m

Plantation Yard, St. James 7.30 p.m



Gen. Ramcke Says Amet
Are The Real War Criminals

ESTABLISHED 1895

IKE ASKS



REPUBLICAN nominee Gen, Dwight
D. Eisenhower addresses the Al«
fred E. Smith Foundation dinner

in New York He told his listen-
ers that the “deadly challenge”
by the Communists can only be



conquered through unity and
faith—“unity of purpose with the
whole frec wld.” and “faith
that dem:

the only just

Way of life.” (international)



Kenya Police
Smash Tribal
Meeting

Police smashed an illegal
tribal meeting on Nairobi out-
skirts after firing at the main
speaker who fled but was arrest-
ed later when he sought medical
aid at a local dispensary for an
arm wound.

Twenty-two others of 40 Afri-
cans at the meeting were round-
ed up for questioning Emer-
gency decrees invoked last week
to combat the anti-white Mau

Mau _ terrorists ban all native
meetings held without govern-
ment consent .-——-C.P.



Gen. Eisenhower
Intends Going

To Korea

ENROUTE WITH GENERAL
EISENHOWER, Oct. 27.

General Eisenhower carried on
the presidency campaign in Penn-
sylvania today by reasserting his
intention to go to Korea person-
ally, if elected President, in an
effort to work out a plan whereby
South Koreans will take over “the
defence of their front lines.”

He said he ‘would not be “de-
terred” in his plan “by any criti-
cism that any partisan wants to
make.” This was his defence
against charges by Stephen Mit-
chell, Democratic national chair-
man that his plan to go to Korea
was for “grandstand purposes” and
the suggestion by Mr, Stevenson
that the Eisenhower plan might
lead to expansion of the war.

Expanding on his proposal for
greater use of South Korean troops
to permit moving U.S, soldiers in-
to reserve positions in Korea, Gen.
Eisenhower said one major reason
behind his suggestion was that “in
Korea there is a population that
covets and wants to defend ‘its
own territory.” We must not den;
them the right to do their utmost.”

—U.P. Trade later this week,—U.P. fe



TRINIDAD WATER

\ entrance

$id, in. aonngraeer etal
. Garher’s business at March-



uxity, Veterans Organization

| Disagrees With Him

VERDUN, Germany, Oct. 27.

war criminals”.
Bernhard Ramcke, ex-General ——————_____

of the German Parachute Corps 1

bers at the Organisation's nl Red Truce
Negotiators

Protest

post-war re-union yesterday:
“the real war criminals are those
PANMUNJOM, Oct. 27,

who threw atom bombs on
Nagasaki or who now prepare
atom bombs to start a new war.
But war criminals are never sol-
diers who do their duty”.

Immediately afterwards one-






















time S.S. General, Felix Steiner,} Communist armistice negotia-~
called a special press conference |tors #ccused U.N. to-day of drop-
to announce that the Veterans’ |Ping “slanderous” leaflets in the |
Organization would bear ho re- Panmunjom neutral area and
sponsibility for the possible |!0dsed a protest, The protest came |
political consequences of Ram- |i". note handed to the U.N, at a
cke’s ie trief Liaison Officers’ meeting.

He claimed that former iilit-
ary S.S. men “in no way agreed
with Ramcke’s remarks”. He said
the General spoke as an individ-
usl and not as an official Waffen
S.S_ Representative.—U.P.

C.LD. Check
On Recent
Thefts

A Police
side,

It said the U.N. dropped 25
theusand yard zone Saturday.

test”,



ment and strictly
will not occur.”

Although the leaflets were not

described, they were probably
surrender leaflets dropped to Red
troops close to the Panmunjom

area. An investigation of a similar
incident several weeks ago dis-
closed that the leaflets probably
were carried into the conference
site by the wind,

‘e€ van with prisoners in-
which was parked at the
to Busby Alley, from
James Street, for over an hour
yesterday attracted much atten-
tion, Members of the C.LD. were
carrying out investigations in con-
nection with a number of thefts
which were recently reported,
Two men have been arrested in
connection with the thefts, One
arrest was made at New Orleans
and the other at Reed Street
One of the thefts occurred be-
tween October $ and 10 when over

—UP.

New Typhoon
Hits Philippines

MANILA, Oct. 27.

A new typhoon slammed into
the Central Philippines on Sun-
day night appearing heavier than
whe an that battered the
ed northern Samar find whip
ping h waves along the east
yn



field, St. Philip, over $600 worth
of articles were stolen

WALLET STOLEN.

Harold Burrowes, of Retreat, St.
George, reported that his wallet
containing $9.20, a gold ring val-
ued $10, and a wrist watch valued
$12, was stolen from his pants
pocket. The pants was hung up on
a tree at Greaves End Beach, St.
Michael.





POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER



Glass Nose

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 27. |
One of four British Canberra,
jets now Here smashed its glass |
nose when it collided with a giant;
vulture over Sao Paolo on a trial
flight. It returned to Rio de Jan-
eiro without mishap. Further
flights were banned until new
glass was flown from mee 2”
—U-P.

|
U.K. Jet Smashes |
|



CIGAR REPRESENTATIVES
IN LONDON

LONDON, Oct. 27. f

Jose L, Piedra and Jorge Posse
representatives of Havana Cigars
arrived with a scheme to barter
Havana cigars for 150,000 pre-
fabricated houses.

Cuban manufacturers have been
unable to increase their sales of
cigars into Britain since the war
because of lack of dollars.

So Posse and Piedra have come
to London with the suggestion that
Britain should supply 150,000
prefabricated houses in an ex-
change deal. The balance of dol-
lars would, they say, buy many
more cigars and many other goods
from Cuba. They expected to pre-
sent their system to the Board of







‘““~—and this, Lady
Littlehampton, is our
eldest who's majoring in

economics «i Vassar.”





POLO TEAMS LEAVE



Sunday with a Presentation
THE TRINIDAD Water Polo teams which ended their tournament here a
match, seen here just before they left for Trinidad Sunday night. Both Barbados Men’s and Ladies
feams won all their encounters against the visitors convincingly.

‘Darvbados

_ The Waffen S.S. Elite Guards of the Veterans Organi-
zation sought today to disassociate itself from a former Nazi
General who charged that the Americans are the “real |

“I hereby lodge with you a pro-
wrote North Korean Colonel
Chang Chun San, “and ask that
your side truly abide by the agree-
restrain your! en
personnel so that similar incidents



=—— =

TUESDAY,

*
Hurricane
ml ‘
Going East
MIAMI, Oct. 27.
The Caribbean hurricane
continued to swing eastward
in the Atlantic tonight and
appeared to be losing force as
|} it moved away from the
Bahamas. At 1] p.m. an ad-
|| Visory from the Miami Weath-
er Bureau said the disturbance
was about 225 miles east
|} southeast of Nassau moving
|} east or east southeast at about
|} eight miles an hour,
| The hurricane swirled over
} Cat Island in the Bahamas

chain earlier Sunday but no
@amege Was riperted (C.P.)

Miners Asked
To End Strike

“: WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.
Mr, John L. Lewis today 01

|



“slanderous” leaflets into the one |&™ed 350,000 mine workers ‘to

the nationwide soft coal strike “at

His telegraphed order to striking
miners followed President Trua



QCTOBER 28, 1952











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ee

from AU Quarters:

No Time To
‘Mind His Own |
Business

*
»° ~fiington: A oublic accountant
\ Specialises. im preparing in-
co%- tax returns for busy farmers,
“vas fined £8—for failing to make
returns of his own. An Inland
Revenue inspector told the magis-
trate that the accountant had
never made a personal return in|
is life }
Madrid: What is said to be the!
rgest vine in the world belongs
farmer hear Vigo. It covers
‘) square yards, and every year
| produces 25,000 bunches of grapes
4 hich in turn make 20 large bar
ls of wine.
| Buenos Aires: Fifty Peronist
| policemen at Cordoba have been
married in a single ceremony. It
| was the biggest mass wedding to
pape in Argentina.



'

|
}
|

* Rome: Every year one million
| Africans become Roman Catholics,



spector and two constables rushed
to the seashore after receiving re-

Advorate

PRICE: FIVE
FROM WORLD TRAVEL CONGRESS |
|



=
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT










Rainfall from Codrington: â„¢
Total Rainfall for month t

date. 6.54 ine
Highest Temperature 06 5
Lowest Temperature: ¢°5 F
Wind Velocity 13 er per hou
Barometer (9 a.m 2° ¢°3 pom 20. &

Â¥

Sunrise 5.30 a
Sunset: 5.49

Moon: First
Lighting: 66
High Tide: 1
Low Tide: 6

Season

| Predicted

Do~bados cab expect 2 buonper
tourist seacon this year as there
is every likelihoe4 of more visitors
E ming to the island to spend the

Mader. octorer 38

CENTS



winter vacation from the U.S.A.
and Canada, said Mr. Winston B.
Ward of Paradise Beach Club
and Mr. Peter G. Morgan of St.
Lawrence Hotel.

Mr. Ward and Mr. Morgan re-
turned here on Sunday night
| from Miami via Jamaica ane
| Trinidad by BIW.LA. where they
had represented the Barbados
| Hotel Association, the Barbados
| Publicity Cornmittee and Messrs.
} Robert Thom, LAd,. Travel Agents,
jet the World Travel Congress

pcnsered by the Americam Soviety
}of Trevel Agents,

At the Ciaugntion which tasied
Preemr-@crober 20-224 rtrere were
|; 1,500 delegates from 54 different
; countries and territories and they
; wee able to meet travel agent
}ind transportation representatives
(reseonsible for sending visitors te
larbados
j irt from displaying their fold«
er the Borbadi delegat ;
ibl lo oy



yin the various
40S, many thing thout the
island with which they were not
eonvergant and which would in-
terest visitors a great deal
Mi wy of the agents
t ed with what the island had
{t fer as an all year round re-
4 in the way of hotel aceommo-

were im-



ormerly would not have travelled

8 far as Barbados before would

{

once”, Mr, Lewis telegraphed | according to figures released by ,( Ulon and climatic conditions,
Union district leaders Seremnee | nce Vatican, Catholics in Africa cy said, and added that they
“urging each member of our | re now 15,600 000 compared with were quite sure that by sending
union to return to work at once”! 19,000,000 Protestants, 70,000,000 j repre entatives to attend the con-
while Government reviews the! Moslems and 97,000,000 Pagans. | ference, Barbados was going to

al contract. wage decision, i Lagos, A swallow ringed in Heli- MR. PETER MORGAN of the St. Lawrence Hotel and Mr. Winston | '°! efit tremendously as a result,

The Wage Stabilization Board] eoland, German North Sea island,| Ward of Paradise Beach Club, the two Barbados delegates who attend- far as they could see, the
‘ut 40 cents from the $1.90 daily | has been caught in Eastern Nige- ed the World Travel Congress organized by the American Society of rormal trend was that the tourist
wage increase Mr. Lewis negotle] ria, , Travel Agents at Miami, Florida from October 20—24. j tee ia from North America was
ated with the soft coal industry, Georgetown, B.G: An armed in- - - i chitin nace ° coming further south, Visitors who

man’s personal intervention,

Mr. Lewis said: “It will require
a reasonable time for the review
of the facts and the reaching of @
| decision.

“It is my opinion that our fy
dustry shouid be operating during
that period and that the best ims

terest of the mineworkers and the

public will thus be served.” Mr,
Lewis asked district leaders to
notify all miners and

to request
tullest co-operation.”

—U.P.

R.A.F. Plan

r I PP ha =e”

‘theiz



MELBOURNE, Oct. 27,

A Royal Australian Aijrforce
air sea rescue craft late to-day
picked up one of the rubber
emergency dinghies of the miss-
ing RAF Dakota which disap-
peared at sea in a rainstorm. It
had aboard a crew of four in-
cluding a woman clerk and two
rain-making scientists.

Police said heavy seas would
|have swamped the dinghy which
was found with some of the
crew’s personal effects and there
was little chance of survivors
having reached the shore

The scientists were R. S, Styles

and F. F. Cambell from the Com- |;

monwealth Scientific Research
Organization engaged in rain-
making experiments. They had

left Sydney this morning to ob-
serve a rainstorm some 50 miles
out to sea. Radio contact was
jlost after the pilot reported that
the assignment had been com-
pleted and that he was return-
ing to the base.—U.P,





GEN. UTILI DIES

} MILAN, Italy, Oct. 7

| General Umberto Utili (57),
Military Commander wf the Milan
area, died to-day.

—U-P.



Three Charged With
Robbery Of Pay-Roll

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct, 27.
Police on Sunday arrested three men and charged)
them with robbery in connection with the daring holdup} ‘prised
of Plantation Port Mourant pay-roll the previous Friday.
J ~ . Mahammed

The aceused are
Salim Khan, chauffeur, who was
driving the estate car which was
held up and robbed of a canis-
ter with part of the estate work-
ers’ payroll totalling $34,756,
|Samaroo Carmiah of “Miss
Pheobe” village, Corentyne Coast,
|end Mohammed Ezaz of Port
Mourant,

The Police disclosed that only
$21,255 were recovered of the
stolen money, The amount recov-
|ered was found in the possession
of Samaroo at Pin. Albion, 12
miles from New Amsterdam.

The motor car driven by Khan
;was carrying the weekly payroll
from New Amsterdam Bank to
|the estate when it was held. up
tby two masked men armed with
a “‘hotgun, who escaped with a
‘canister of money on horseback
iIn the car were the estate chief
| accountant and two clerks.

| Vietminh Increase

Offensive
HANOI

shoved the





Oct. 27
bulk of
further

| Vietminh
| their offensive force
ards the Black River ir
vestern Indo-China. French
forces prepared to counter
enemy attempt to cro
river. —C.P

south tow
north-

Unior

~~ pi

ports that a giant size monster was
searing fisherrnen, It turned out
to be a 24-foot two*ton live whale
that had drifted into shallow water
from the Atlantic. The policemen
assisted in dragging it ashore.

Sydney: Australia’s unemploy-
mont rate, said Prime Minister
Menzies this week, is eight per
thousand of the working popula-

te -the lowest in the world

States Marines off the top of

and ‘the only thing that might
; cause a depression is talking about

| one. —L.E.8,

in bitter close



known whether the Chinese

The bus stop to the south of
the Public Building on Trafalgar
Sireet poses a problem to motor-
isis travelling up that Street,
Recently, a new traffic sign was
placed on that Street directing
notorists to use the right side of
the street if they want to divert
» the Victoria Bridge, and those

“i a - na VRAD
= hands in the Past 24 hours, |
~DiNese took dt last

troops into an assault north o
horangpori of the lowland
coast route to the south,

Counter attacking to-day men |
of the U.S. First Marine Division |
stormed up the ridge through a/|
hail of ‘Communist fire to re-|
capture the crest.

west
'

Communists Drive
Marines From Hill

Heavy Communist artillery fire tonight drove United
a few hours after “Leathernecks” recaptured the high point
uarter fighting. A marine officer said that
though the Leathernecks abandoned the position, it was not

Jt was the third time the ridge

Weal night when
wom “irott-andieia the main! More

ow be doing so as

their over all
| xpenditure
|

would be about the
ame as if they had stopped short.

This they pointed out, was due
meinly to the reasonable rates
the island had to offer in com-

parison to those in the other places.

Another interesting point why
visitors were going to come te
these parts was due to the fact that
‘he Conference was held at Miami
aid the focus of everyone was
en(vred on the Caribbean.

NMiv. Ward and Mr. Morgan also
stepped at Puerto Rico and Kings-
ton, Jamaica where they visited
travel agents and hotel personnel
rying to influenee people to come
tiere for their holiday:

TOKYO, Oct. 27.






the west front’s “Hook Ridge”

had re-occupied the crest.

‘Terrorists D

eaving Teheran

TEHERAN, Oct. 2%.
Twenty-three members of the
British Embassy staff and their
families left Sunday by air fot
Baghdad and London, The depart
ure of all British diplomats in

TUNIS, Oct. 27.

Terrorists seriously damaged a
giant electric transformer and
partially destroyed the villa of the
Sadiki Hospital’s chief surgeon
in renewed bombing attacks.

; ; a ; is expecte be completed
oing direct, to use the left side} Then came a murderous bar-| ‘rhe villa of Dr, Alah Azaiz at hans to be com}

f the street, j rage of artillery fire and Marines 1a Marsa was unoccupied when |" naive conungent left last
With the bus stop in its present} were foreed to retire. At dusk, | the powerful explosive reduced night, They were seen off at the

position, traffic which is going|Chinese still held three other | 6), wing to rubble early this airport by Charge D’Affaires Mr

direct to St. Michael's Row must i

pT etree

the |

|wait behind the bus when it stops
j{o put down or take up passen-
cers. Then, the driver of the bus
| must get his vehicle over to the
right side of the street, very
loften interfering with the order-

ly movement of traffic on this
«treet.
Some motorists express the

view that the stop should be re-
moved from its present position,
while others who think it could
remain, suggest that the new
‘traffic sign should be removed,
thereby allowing drivers and cy-
‘elists to continue, and indicate
when they are going to turn into
Bridge Street.



Iraqi Parliament

Dissolved

BAGHDAD, Oct. 27.

A Royal decree issued today
dissolved the Lraq Parliament and
ordered a general election to take
place within 60 days.

Elections were fixed for Novem-
ber when Premier Nuri Al Said

esigned in July to pave the way
for the formation of a neutral
cabinet to arrange elections.
| The neutral Cabinet was headed
y Premier Mustafa Al Umari and
non-Party Ministers.
} taking over it issued a state-
brnent of policy declaring it would
[ Inaintain “complete neutrality” in
conducting the November general
cfections.—U.P.





" p y .
Final Selection
The final selection of recruits

for the local Police Force will be

gnade to-day by Colonel R. T

Michelin, Cornmissioner of Police.

Twenty will be chosen out of 33

probables who were selected yes-

terday .

Originally, 600 young men ap-

plied for the 20 vacancies, and
‘his number was reduced to 64
from whom the 33 ‘robables

were s@lected yesterday



5 Students Pass

| Two candidates
University of London
tate Examination in Divinity and
jihree the Examination for the
jP ploma in Theology in 1952.

passed the
Intermedi-

outposts on high ground domina- |
ting the confluence of the Sami- |
chon and the Imjin river,

Wave after wave of United
Nations warplanes had backed up
the Marines counter - attack,
Spraying Communists with rocketa
every half hour. British, Ameri- |

can and Australian pilots flew |
numerous missions during the
day, —U.P. \



Prince Bernhard
On Goodwill Tour

AMSTERDAM, Oct, 27,

Prince Bernhard left aboard the
first Royal Dutch Airlines KLM
liner to Mexico for a goodwill
mission in four Latin American
countries,

Queen Juliana and the Royal
couple’s four daughters saw the
Prince off at Schiphol airport. The
Prince will visit Mexico where he
will open big Dutch exports in
Mexico City, Colombia, Peru and
Geuador. He is expected back in
Holland early in December,
| —U.P.

S.S. De Grasse
“Expected Today

fre French s.s. De Grasse is
cue to arrive in Carlisle Bay this
morning about ten o’elock from
lrinidad and is expected to sail
tor Southampton about midday
iking with her four passengers
from this port

Messrs Rt. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.,
are the local agents,

Charged With
Murder

Thirty-seven-yea>-old
Bishop of Lower Carlton, St.
James, has been arrested by the
Police and charged with murder-
ing Eldina Hall (28) between Oc-
toker 14 and 17.

FIVE WILL REPRESENT
WINDWARD ISLANDS

From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, W.1I., Oct. 27. |
Nominated by Governor Arun-
dell to represent the Windwards|





James



P.LS. Archer and J. W. L. G.} L@gislatures at the Coronation are |

Clarke both students at Codring- |

ton College passed the Inter-

jmediate Examination in Divinity;
Elder |

|while E. L. Payne and P.
of Codrington College and G. E.

Vaughan a private student passed | 7,
the Examination for the es
jin Theology in one part only

Hons. T. A. Marryshow, C.B.E ‘|
Deput President and ~ Senior
Elected Member for Grenada
W.A. Hadley, nominated Mem-
ber for St. Vincent. J. L. Charle
Senior Elected Member for St

ucia; H,. D. Shillingford, C.B.E
and Sé@nior Electea Member fr
Dominica



|

"Ws

morning.

The attack followed the bomb-
inw yesterday of a villa belonging
to Dv, Azaiz’s brother, Mokhtar
Azaiz in the beach resort suburb
near Tunis.

The electric transformer was
put out of service by the heavy
damage and power from Sakiet to
Dahir was cut.—U.P,

——SSSSS SS

INCREASES IN
TOBACCO, WE

TOBER 1952, TO
PRICES OF



George Middleton.

Mr, James Wakeline, represen-
tative of the British Council in
Iran said he was winding up the
affairs of the Council and of the
Anglo-Iranian Institute in Tehe-
ran although the Iranian Govern~
ment had made no request that he

should do so. _ur.

ALL SMOKERS

WE REGRET THAT OWING TO

THE DUTY OF

HAVE BEEN

} OBLIGED, EFFECTIVE 28th OC-

INCREASE THE

TRUMPETER

14 CENTS PER

PACKAGE OF 10

AND

PLAYER'S CLIPPER

CIGAR

)

ETTES

36 CENTS PER PACKAGE OF 20

BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO |
COMPANY narsanos) LIMITED




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on . 3 ® the restaurant proprietor, “if
Few Days Thanks 3 By M. Harrison-Gray : the menu is in French,” It might ‘the blood stream of i i Pa
RS. M. SHERMAN who’ had M* and MRS. B. AVERBOUKH : Dealer: South ; be fun to test them with gibber- fit and free from these and similar PMEUMATIC
been st ling a few days in express their gratitude and ; East-West game : isn Trompettes de y Chaugran, complaints. Be sure to ask for
the island left for Trinidad over thanks to the Hospital Staff and) § N : Sauce Mazoule, Petits Baraques 9 ACHES
the week-end by B.W.I.A. She is well wishers who visited Mrs.| 3 0173 5 Audemarois, Gifle de Paravent R onlin
Thies oa ing her successful | $ 942 § |la Fourchette, Timbales de PAINS
Passenger Representative of Averboukh during er successful | § 8K Q8432 : eee s NEURITIS
Sc andinavian Airlines System operation at the; General Hospital. : 2352 i | Next day a young man in a d Mixture
Inc., California, They left the island on Saturdays § w £ : | Mayfair bar will be heard say- LUMBAGE
* * * for Trinidad where Mr, Averbou, OA Q6 09842 3 | ing. “They do the baraques bet-
LSO leaving by the same op- > Gocerese yee = od Yatton? A 6 - aay ? |ter than anywhere else in Jone
portunity was Miss Thea Projects in Diego Martin. 2. 4 $ |don.’ And that evening his frien ‘a 2 .
Carlson who was paying a short Routine Visit i 7 &K98 na $ Ft will say to the girl with him. I we Oe RE oe Te CLL
visit to Barbados. R. W. WOODHOUSE|} OKIWS5 : ladvise the baraques. They do guasets“sehaes: =. -------—-
Miss Carlson is Passenger Rep M A.R.LBA. Building De-| 9 Q 103 § |them frightfully well here.” The
resentative of Elliot Travel Ser- velopment Adviser to the Comp-} 24 36. i | wine: waiter might even be able
vice, California. troller for Development and Wel-! Q0 3 # |to unload a bottle of Chateau
Mrs, Sherman and Miss Carlson fare, left yesterday for Antigua.| ‘ At poh. abies wet ? -| Coeacole on them.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ian He has gone on a routine visit ouble uth’s opens 3 Si » in court
i . “ é ” ‘ No-Trump (weak ver § cene in
Niblock, : Clevelands, Britton: and expects to be away for about ae a this, hand from R. JUSTICE .COCKLE-
Cross Road. a week, match ‘play bur the North CARROT was _ yesterday
, To Join Wife players tried different | : hich cb
Graduated obstruction tactics. $ | hearing a case in whic
TRR. ST. ELMO THOMSON, an R. N. E. RICHARDS of the}}? In Room I North's Two ; | kipper-tinting firm. (Fishglamour
d Harri Y Shell Caribbean Petroleum}; No-Trumps was a sem § | Ltd.) accuses a Mrs. Rixtable of
old Harrisonian has recently ~— ” : Rae abelian ; psychic. and ne courageousty } li into their warehouse and
cradhus %e i rey Company in Maracaibo, arrived}; © * : 1 | cycling into |
graduated in Canada and is at- ' 3 stood West's second double ; : arine glue over a heap
ache 2 i here on Sunday night by B.W.1.A./% for a toss of 100 points after § | pouring m e 0 p
tached to the Ontario Hospital. , Trinidad to joi inc ife|2 the leadot © 8 t had no ¢ [of fish, A remarkable interruption
His father recently returned {10m Denice eck ago and ic|{ problem. © double of any ? |cccurred, A man wearing a
from Canada where he went to Who came in a week ago and is)? flo No-frump cai) being 3 | sou'wester and oilskins jumped
witness the Graduation. a guest at Paradise Beach Club: for penalties 2 |te his feet and claimed the
A Daughter {¢ | Phe othe: North jumped 3 | hicycle. asked his name, he said,
ONGRATULATIONS to. Mr.|} 19 Three Diamonds s purely 3 | Resale. kgm.” “Who is this
4 and Mrs. W. “Nat” Maugitan?} ation. and West doubled } | foolish seaman?” asked Cockle-
of Bay Street on the birth of a) again. Lacking a iong eas : ecrrot, After much whispering tt
daughter. Both mother and babe : re Phen West would : was established iad Wi kere
are doing fine. ~1% bid Four Diamonds 1 he § | Was a_ slot mac Fae doen
Trinidad Magistrate 5 ti wanted @ response sof 3 ppamed Heney ean out the
a st's } Ss ‘
R. KEITH GORDON, Magjg- i earta Mabey “struck oil : | Sudge. “At any moment,” shouted
% trate of Trinidad, who as; West raised to Four which i ‘the man, “I may run away to
ts on long leave in England, left over could not be defeated wg | sea.” Mrs, Rixtable fainted, and

MRS. A. G, STUART was “At Home” on Sunday morning to His
Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage.

IS Excellency the Governor

Lucky Winners
and-Lady Savage were guests

i ‘4 . : ‘ .
: HE results of the Lucky and infant dauchter, Susan. adjourned pending inquiries,
of Honour when the Revuedeville usnthars avawrn abithe Wale While in: Batbados: the Gordons Listening Hours
Dancing School were At Home at

at the Ursuline Convent on Satur-

the weék-end by B.W.I.A. for St
Lucia where he will spend a holi-
day with his brother, Mr. H. Gar-

net Gordon, Editor of The Voice:}*

He was accompanied by his wifé

were the guests of Mr.





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on coming to, cried, “He is my
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what?” asked Cocklecarrot.
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F ine F. lats F rom MEDICS AID ‘KELLY HILL WOUNDED

Local Materials

Rebuilding of Castries,

LONDON.
capital of St. Lucia, destroyed

by fire in June, 1948, has not only given the island one of
the finest and most modern cities in the Caribbean, but has
also developed valuable new skills among the working

people of St. Lucia.
point is made in an article,
on the rebuilding of Castries, pub-!
lished in the autumn issue of
“Colonial Development”, the quar-
terly magazine of the Colonia} De-
velopment Corporation. which is

responsible for the work.

Fine four-storey flats have been
built that stand up well to com-
parison with post-war housing
schemes in Europe. Housing
has been given top priority, but
construction ef Government Offices
and public buildings is well ad-
vanced. The entire sewer system
of the city has also been over-
hauled.

When planning began for the re-
building of the city, it was found
that adequate labour was avail-
able on the island, but most of it
was completely unskilled and un-
trained. Training programmes
were immediately started, ¢rst on
the production of precast com-
ponents from crushed local stone,
and then on the manufacture of
joinery and metal goods,

This training was so successful
that by August, 1949, a useful
range of precast products had been
produced, including drain_ pipes,
manhole fubes, floor beams and
wall blocks. At the same time,
other gangs of labourers were
clearing away the debris of the
fire and preparing the ground for
the new town,

Foundation

One of the first problems the
planners had to,face was the type
of foundation op which buildings
should be erected. It was finally
decided to use vafts of reinforced
conerete as foundations. Houses on
such foundations are already in
ust and have proved completely
satisfactory.

Pre-cast walling bloeks, pfo-
duced locally, have been employed
throughout the city. A simple
type of pre-cast floor has been
used throughout, except for the
first floor in the maisonettes
where greenheart timber has been
used.

Some five miles of main sewers,
excluding house _ connections,
have been laid in pre-cast con-
crete pipes. All components were
made locally. Two pumping sta-
tions have been completed, at
which the untreated sewage is dis-
charged into the sea.

Now, although the building pro-
gramme is somewhat behind sche-
dule owing to difficulties of ob-
taining steel supplies from Britain,
it is felt that this leeway can be
made up, thanks to the skill the
local workers have acquired,

The inhabitants of the island, the
article adds, have generally re-
sponded exceptionally well to
training. The standard of work-

is good and, in addition

town, it is felt that valuable work’

has been done in developing the
‘abilities of the people.—B.U.P.
crete

ie e *
Timber Mission
LONDON.

A mission has left London for
Jamaica to begin a tour of the
British West Indies, British Gui-
ana and British Honduras to
investigate the possibilities of
increasing the output of British
West Indian timbers and of
marketing them, both in the
British West Indies and in the
United Kingdom. The mission
will return to London on Decem-

ber 18.
—B.U.P.








Water Control
Grant To B.G.

LONDON,

The British Government has
approved a free grant of £919 481
to assist the Government of
British Guiana to undertake the
Boerasirie Extension Project, the
estimated total cost of which is
£1,585,869 anrounces the Colo-
nial Office.

An application has also been
made for an Economie Co-oper-
ation Administration grant of
$612,000 (U.S.) to meet part of
the balance of funds — required
for the project,

The Boerasirie Extension Pro-
ject will provide water control
of the coastland of British Gui-
ana lying between the Essequibo
and Demerara Rivers, and of
riverain land lying between the
kea and mouth of the Bonisika
River, a tributary of the Esse-
‘quibo, and of the Kamuni, a
tributary of the Demerara.

command an
acres. It will

The project will
area of 129,763
substantially improve the drain-
age and irrigation over an area
ef 75,000 acres, much of which
is now only partly cultivated,
and it will bring into beneficial
use an area of some 40,000 acres
which is now wholly undevel-
oped. After making allowances
for areas cccupied by roads,
canals and buildings, there will
be available for cultivation of
crops 91,026 acres of drained
and irrigated land of which
27,276 acres will be new land,
and also 6,545 acres of new land
which will be drained but not
irrigated, Completion of the pro-
ject will increase the area of
jand suitable for rice cultivation
from 9,000 to 32,000 acres,

FIVE YEARS.

Execution of the project in-
volves construction of a_ weir
8,000 feet long; 12 1/2 miles of
new dam; and raising the levels
of existing conservancy dams.
Safety relief for the enlarged
conservancy will be provided in
the west at Waramia into the
Essequibo River, in the east via
the Kamuni_ River into
erara River, and in the north at
Parika into the Atlantic. ,

Construction of the project is
estimated to take five years
Work will commence on_ the
Warufia” Creek i" Novena
The Director of Public Works
will be responsible for the con-
struction of the project and ten-
ders will be invited for such
work as can, with advantage, be
let out to contract.—B.U.P.



COMMUNISTS STRONG IN
NEW POLISH PARLIAMENT

WARSAW, Poland, Oct, 26.
Polish voters elected the first
parliament under the n@w con-
stitution, of the Polish People’s
Republic. All candidates repre-
sent the National (Communist)

front and no opposition.

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to recapture strategic “Kelly Hill,” wounded soldiers of the 65th

(Puerto Rican) Regiment of the T

arrival at an aid station on Korea's western front. The men were among

the first casualties to be flown back for treatment.

A New Tribe
Of Pygmies

A FEW
thropologist Dr. Paul
Brazzaville by KLM. After
thousand miles through unfa
in the heart of the African j

MONTHS AGO the well-known

awarded
vice Order,
tary Cross,
Korea.

won
P. N. M. Moore, D.S.O., M.C.,
of the Royal Engineers, who has
commanded a

vince
Commonwealth Division

GALLANTRY
IN KOREA—
12 AWARDS

Vive British officers have been
the Distinguished Ser-
and seven the Mili-

for gallantry § in

A second bar to the D.S.O. is
by Lieutenant-Colonel

Field Engineer
Regiment in action in Korea ever
the formation of the First
in June

into a happy and efficient team.
The fighting in Korea is rightly

conte has he committed a Sapper

to amy task until he was per
sonaliy satisfied that the task w:





ana,
Kingdom for four
the auspices of the British Coun- |
cil,
Britain
le
social services in rural areas,

Minister
Mahaica Methodist circuit
Chairman
Helena

Cc.
th
Chairmen’'s Conference and of the)

B.G., Minister
Sees British
Village Life

LONDON.
The Rev.

and chairman of

is visiting the

to see how villages’ in
are administered and to
arn about voluntary and officiai

{
Mr. Bobb

in

Superintendent)
of the
and is,

of the Mahaica,
and Supply Village
suncil, He is also a member of
e executive of the Village}

is
charge

1951. His leadership has bee: East Demerara Local Authorities
outstanding, says the official cita- Union, During 1951, he was for}
tion. He quickly welded his three about five months a nominated)
Independent Field Squadrons — member of the Legislative)
two British and one Canadian— Council.

He is spending the first. part of

his visit in London, studying the|

called an engineers’ war. Under principles upon which British!
their Commanding Officer, the public administration is. based
Divisional Engineer Regiment Later, he will visit, Oxford and
tackled and defeated every task Cambridge, and will, then go ou
which confronted them. Col. io Wales and Scotland,

Moore’s courage is a byword —B.U.P
inreughout the Division: never



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Db, Cc. J. Bobb, Meth-|
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a . Hane
crisis and by his calm direction by the Pope. —B UP.
and cool courage has been able ares
to ensure, the successful finish of
any venture.
A bar tO the D.S.O. goes. to
Lieutenant-Colonel V. W. Bar-
dow, who has commanded his bat- |
talion in Korea.for just over 2! .
year. Cok,, Moore's. example | Fit and Trim
throughout the campaign has — | f m Coast to Coast!
of a high order and materially To 0. ‘
during an attack by Allied forces gontribouted 10 the success achiev- ‘
td by his battalion. } acesoron busi-
hird Division are shown on their Goingp
ia ; ness bent, air-minded
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aire ob aan —. c wel Let it refresh you, too-
Dutch an- , Shortly after ten o'clock, 2 | “up above” and on

Julien flew from Amsterdam to

a difficult journey of several
miliar regions of Middle Congo,
ungle, he has now returned to

the Netherlands with a lot of valuable information.

The object of the expedition
was to study the southern
Babongo pygmies; very little is

known of this tribe, who live in
an area extending between lati-
tude 2° and 4° souti> of ‘he equa-
tor, in Fiench Equatorial Africa.

During this expedition Dr,

Br ceveve py snes Tow wre msi
time, discovered the hitherto un-
known tribe of the Mikayas, and
entered a sanctuary which nobody
had previously dared to visit.

On account of the extreme
shyness of the Badongo and the
vast expanses of the equatorial
jungle, it was extremely difficult
to collect blood samples from
500 pygmies,

The necessary sera were dried
for convenient transportation, and
supplies of the more sensitive
sera were forwarded by “Flying
Dutchman” from time to time (in
order to minimise the influence
of the tropical climate). As Dr.
Julien’s exact position was not
known, it was often difficult to de-
liver the sera to him,



4 Mikaya

During his journeys along the
Sanga, one of the most notorious
breeding-places of sleeping sick-
ness in the whole of Africa, the
explorer was astonished to come
across a hitherto unknown group
of bysmles endleds then: Mane,
In this case too Dr. Julien was
able to apply the sickle cell test
in spite of great difficulties.

Purely by change, Dr. Julien
managed to penetrate a jungle
anctuary of the Bangombo

pygmies and see the much dread-
ed Hyenge fetish. He is the first
European to do so. At the same
time he discovered that the west-
ern tribes of pygmies have secret
societies, On continuing his
journey by river, Dr. Julien was
obliged to leave the motor launch
on account of the floating masses
of grass. He then transferred to
® canoe, which sailed along a
channel only 5 feet wide, passing
through forests of reeds and
traversing swamps full of hippo-
potamuses and crocodiles. As the
canoe was unable to turn round

. in the narrow channel, .it was _de-








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hand cart laden with many hun-
dred feet of lumber was being
pushed down Broad Street—this |
constitutes an offence under the |
Traffic Regulations—and directly |
opposite Bata Shoe Store, the;
entire load fell off, blocking part '
of the street for some fifteen:
niinutes or more, '

About an hour after, a cart,
timilarly laden, had to be com- |
pletely unloaded when more than |
half of its burden toppled off on |
High Street in the middle of the |
line of parked cars below the
Pagphiqe Py gige@*5. was apparent
to even the most casual observe:
that the cart was over burdened,
and that the lumber was not
sroperly stacked.

Auto Maker Dies

MONT BELLIARD, Oct, 27.

M Ernest Mattern, one of
Fra ice’s oldest auto makers died
today at the age of 72. Pioneer in
the French mass _ production
techniques M. Mattern was direc-
tor of the Citroen firm in Paris
until 1925.—U.P.





Immediately on arriving back
at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam,
Dr. Julien boarded a KLM plane
bound for Vienna, where he rep-
resented the Netherlands Govern-
ment at the International Anthro- |
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BARBADOS wal ADVOCATE

fae Sas ats semaine ew rw BO Ye

frinted oy the Advocate Co., Ltd, Broad -.., tridgetown



Tuesday, October 28, 1952

SACRIFICES

THE great weakness of the Five-year
plan is that it assumes and supposes things
which ought not to be assumed ar sup-
posed where expenditure is involved. The
Government, for instance, assumes aver-
age rainfalls, better use of the soil, im-
proved varieties and development of
irrigation before expecting ,an_ average
annual crop of 150,000 tons of sugar over
the next five years. No allowance is made

for hurricane, outbreaks of disease or
drought before irrigation can be devel
oped.

It is possible that none of these catastro-
phes will happen but not to allow for an
average crop of less than 150,000 tons is
to fall into the error which all children
are taught to avoid at school, viz., to count
chickens before they are hatched.

To assume an average sugar crop of
150,000 tons a year and then, to use this
assumption as a basis for five-year plan-
ning appears to be indulging in rosy
optimism, but to make no allowances for

the possibility of unexpected losses due
to hurricane or other natural causes would
seem to be foolish.

3ut if the assumption of an average of
150,000 tons of sugar annually should not
prove to be over-optimistic can the effects
of irrigation and better use of soil and
improved varieties of canes be felt during
the five-year period with which _ the
development plan is concerned? There
are many who are sceptical about this and
the architects of the plan are hardly in ;
position to be dogmatic about it. ~

Too much faith cannot be pinnéd in
irrigation because no-one knows ye‘
whether irrigation will prove to-be. écc
nomical.

The next major weakness of the five
year plan is that its proposals will. lea:
to increases in the cost of living.

Somé of these increases which are duc
to increased duties on tobaceo and spirit:
are just even though they can hardly b
expected to be popular. Increases whic]
are proposed on racing taxes and. th:
innovation of an entertainment tax ar»
also to be commended although they wil
doubtless be resented. But what justifica-
tion can there be for any increase in th

price of petrol which has been’ risin;”

rapidly since 1949 and which will inevite
bly result in higher bus fares?

Proposed increases in individual incom
tax are not large enough to cause an)
widespread resentment in themselves bu
the government surely is not well advised
if it is not aware of the great burden:

under which middle-class families stagger

in their efforts to retain a certain standard

of life which is not only important to then

but which allows them to. provide em-
; Salaam

. ae ake - ee
and other services. Nothing more exas-

perates the average middle-class earne:
than the invitation on envelopes to pu
money into the savings bank when he car
only feed, clothe and educate. his family
because of the credit which he enjoy:
with his grocery or dry-goods store. -

Increases in direct individual inéomé
taxation will be less than the rise in livin;
costs which must follow the changes it
customs duties, the increase in the pricc
of gasolene, the natural rise in price o:}
imported commodities due to rising cost:
in exporting countries, and the increases
in the price of local foodstuffs. The appar
ent small rise proposed in direct incom:
taxation camouflages the much higher rise
in indirect taxation; The abolition of hal:
the subsidies on food will further increase
living costs,

It would have been much better for the
government to have abolished all food
subsidies, increased the allowances for
married men and children and to have left
the petrol tax unchanged.

In this way the normal increases in the
cost of living would have borne less hardly
on the hard-working middle classes whom
present government policy will increas-
ingly compel to seek the security and
privileges of government employment or
to lower their standards of living still fur-
ther, An island which owes so much to the
existence of an independent middle class,
whose financial independence both of the
rich private employer and of the powerful
sovernment machine enables them. to
contribute to the freedoms and liberties
of the ordinary citizen, out of all propor-
tion to their numbers, cannot compliment
the government on a= taxation policy
designed to increase the weight of finan-
cial burdens which, are already forcing
down their standards of living.

If the saerifices which the whole com-
munity are asked to bear in the proposed
five-year plan were to result in an active
development policy centred around the
creation of a deep water harbour and the
expansion of the most valuable industry
we possess after sugar—Tourism—then
the sacrifices would have been made for
the certain improvement of the living
standards of all. The majority of Barba.
dians feel, however, that too much of the
money wrested from them in direct taxa-
tion and indirect taxation is being spent
with too little scrutiny and sometimes
with indifference in order to make the
government service more attractive ‘for
those whom it employs,

The process of “empire-building” among
civil servants has gone ‘far enough. A
much greater spirit of sacrifice is called
for from those who are always ready “to
discharge their obligations to society with
somebody .eise’s cheque hook.” Efficiency
can be bought at too dear a price in human
discontent and suffering. There must. be
retrenchment in government spending, if
the money taken from the people through
taxation is to provide further social bene-
fits,

































































Have you ever seen a Dowager
prepare” for battle? If not you
should read the opening chapters
in the latest volume of the official



By DAVID FARRER

jects with loving care.

BARBADOS

What Happened
Hurricane Hit The Dowager

A.P.
Tr.

know that it was only Churehill’;
He gives insistence

M.
me

History of the Second World. (| Gpamberlain’s slow marek to th
War.* L : 7 war all ‘the marks he can muster.
Dealing with the period from “'y,,, might, in consequen e,

Munich to Dunkirk, these chap-
ters provide the official, the final,
justification for the accusation

r.
With what ostrich-like futility
the British Government awaited

singly clear because their author
is a far from unsympathetic —
indeed at times a naively favour- ;
able—witness, 4

We leafn, to begin with, that
“the plans of the Government diay
not come té be shaped for a land
wir in Europe until the spring
of 1939° (five months after
Munich). And that they were
then so shaped that we and the
French should be equal in
trength to the Germans by the
end of 1942.
invasion of Poland com-
pellei us to go to war earlier
than we had hoped, But this, the
book makes clear, was not
allowed to cause any disruption
of previous plans.

Parity by 1942 remained the
slogan. No offensive action untii
then. And, in the meantime, mind
your pénnies. Right up to Dun-
kirk the first test which any new

project had to pass was ‘How
much does it cost?”
Slowly, Gently F
Slowly during the first nine

months of war the Government’s
plans matured. Slowly, and oh,
so gently!

Tne Government. we are told,
was reluctant “to precipitate the
rardships of a full-fledged war
economy,” although — a paraly-
Sing glimpse of the obvious—“it
was becoming clear that without
some such hardships an unneces-

uses,” 4a
our industrial laboui

As for
foree, by the time of Dunkirk
only one-half the total unem-
ployed at war’s outbreak had
been absorbed into industry.
“Economic mobilisation was

thus slow and incomplete, But,
the author apologetically adds, ‘it
was not out of step with the
Government's strategic time-
table.”

Bull Charged
What a pity the German ltiime-
table was so different!

It was all very stately. the
Government’s. entry into war
The Dowager advanced across

the field, confident that her para-
sol would suffice to frighten the
bull in the opposite corner if it
should presuntptuously consider
charging. ~:

{n her place stood a_ truculent
Englishman with a bulldog chin,
and by his side the arch-priest of
improvisation. Churchill had be.
zome Prime Minister, and he had
.}made Beaverbrook his Minister of
Aircraft Production,
Loving Care

Now the author of “British
War Production” is a Professo;
of Economic History who, in
page after page of this book, dis-
Plays his belief in planninz,
committees, and co-ordination of
every kind. He handles these sub-

expect
brook,
; ; Professor Postan is a just man
made against us at the tims — He has studied the facts and the
that we were waging a phoney figures, And

minor
guilty.”

sarily large proportion of searce twvhich, as Professor Postan
materials escaped into inessential, '

Ths. bull charged e+ Ate RS 4

3eaver-

gut

condemnation of
the arch-improviser.

with
“Not

his verdict,
reservations, is

Not guilty of upsetting previ-

THE PHONEY WAR WAS

PHONIER THAN

An official war history reveals, for the first
‘ time,

how big was
pre-Dunkirk plans
achievement under the

* June 1940
: FIGHTERS
’ Official 292

target

Achieved
by M.A.P.

brook did not do these shocking

things: He did them time and
again. No: because the crimes
were justified by the results

puts

“the Minister’s revivalist influ-
nee” achieved.

“The delivery of new fighter.
ose from 256 in April to 467 in
september, and Fighter Command
emerged from the battle in the

autumn with more aircraft than
it had possessed in the beginning.
‘The most spectacular, as well as
the most important, single inci-
dent in the’ history of war
production was thus crowned

with success.”
Nearly Double

The detailed figures, given in
the appendices to this book,, are
€ven more striking. In January
1940 the Air Ministry had drawn
up a programme. This called for
the production of 292 fighter
planes in June and 282 ia
August. The actual figures under
the Beaverbrook regime were 446
and 476,

“And DOMBECTS? ee wnseeanenan
istry had estimated production as
233 in June and 222 in August,
The actual figures were 407 and
391; and by August the German

bombing of our factories had
begun. i
The immediate emergency

passed, The Battle of Britain had
been won, By the end of 1940 it
had Become clear that the Ger-
man night-bombing would fail of
decisive results,
Other Tasks

There is implied criticism in
Professor Postan’s statement that
Beaverbrook did not leave the

When A | FLECTRIC DEADLOCK

For Beaverbrook.was the war's)
trouble-shooter,
Later, he was t@, be sent to the
Ministry of Supply to boost tank |
output; later still to Moscow to
cope with Unele Joe's exorbi-
tant demands fer war supplies.

emergency. But once the crisis}
was past he knew very well the



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By R. E. SMYTHIES, M.E.1Lc.

AFTER reading the details of the proposed
five year plan for Barbados and the im-
pressive sums of money required to finance
it, I find myself wondering why the argument
between the Government and the Electric
Company should still be in a state of dead-
lock, as it has been for over a year now.

To have this matter settled so that the
Company could go ahead with its plans,
would obviously be a great advantage to the
island as a whole, and would not involve the
Government in the expenditure of a single

sum-
to

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is not

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the coming of war, how blind ous plans, Not guilty of turning best thing he could do was clear . a io that to spend :

they were to its implications the air marshals inside out, Not out. dollaf. It 1S equally obvious gt PRIMUS cen

when ft game, omg —— guilty of pinching all the priori- Outstanding money in the effort to encourage ey i

they relied on the other Side ¢i4., Beaverbrook could have no “ier establish here, when electric

doing nothing, these chapters “\nnocent, not because Beaver- place in Professor Postan’s ideal dustries to 2 h ala Be an WILKINSON & HAYNES Cco,, LTD.
make it all the more devasta- power is not available for them, would Siicdesadrs to

unjustifiable waste of public funds.
In view of the major financing called for

in the plan, it seems quite out of the question
that the Government should have any idea ol
acquiring the plant of the Electric Company
lic Utilities Act is either disallowed o1
modified, and the Government refuses tc

by purchase. I estimate roughly that to do
so and provide for the necessary expansion
would need about £800,000 more or less.

As practically no information has been
made public for some time, we can only guess
about ‘the true state of affairs, but so far as
can be ascertained, the Company cannot
budge an inch or make any concession.
responsibility on the Government to put the

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ask if the Government is enacting the San trek:
a ; ae eee cos Plain with choice o
Official of the dog in the manger, una
target 233 ox itself, and refusing to let the horse have collar styles . . .
‘ it?
Achieved 407 In view of the policy of encouraging Colo
my RP. nies to progress toward a greater measure 0:

self-government, we can understand thai
the Secretary of State is reluctant to inter-

world. He would be the serpent! Jone by disallowing the Act, but that place:

in any pianner’s_ paradise.

“Another predilection*® of the
Minister’, say; the professor
demurely, “was for administra-

tions of petty party politics.

Even if the dispute were settled at once
it would still be three years or more before
the much needed plant expansion could be
carried out, so that more than half the five
years of the plan would have passed beforc
the Company was in a position to suppl)
power to new industries.

Apart from this it would seem likely tha
the existence of such a deadlock in the vita
affairs of the island, might have a strong];
deterrent effect on industries that woul
otherwise establish here.

There is nothing to be gained by rakin;
over the ashes of past errors made by thi
Company or by the various Government:
that have come and gone in the last fort;

years. It is urgently necessary to arrive 2

LO Nene hs ena ree rene eeinnmae ne praenen th heiemeng 9 ety
get on with the job.

The progressive development of the islan
is being throttled by the shortage of elec
tricity and whoever is stubbornly refusin;
to compromise in the matter, is assuming :
very grave responsibility indeed. It seem
truly shocking that it has been allowed t
drag along for over twelve months nov
without progress toward a solution, espe
cially in view of the fact that during th’
time the five year plan has been in proces
of incubation, '

tive methods more informal than
the established practices of Gov-
ernment departments.

“The latter. spelt routine paper
work, or, in general, organisation;
and, as a poster in his private
office proclaimed, ‘Organisation is
the enemy of improvisation,’ ”

But Beaverbrook plays an
outstanding part in Professor
Postan’s book, With the excep-
tion of Churchill, he is the only
character who comes alive.

Infectious

The passages describing the
activities of the Ministry of Air-
craft Production under his auto-
crati¢ sway are the most vivid
in the whole volume.

It is as if. the ‘author
caught himself some of the
infectious enthusiasm which in-
spired Beaverbrook’s entourage in
those long: ago, exciting days, It
ios if he tog. had 9 snseking.
view that a plan was not some-
thing he was confident of fulfill-
ing but just something that
would make you work harder,

Or perhaps the professor had
wearied of depicting how Cham-
berlain, the man of peace, had
failed the test of war, and turned
with relief to the story of a
villain who provided a_ happier
ending.

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Five Year Plan of “Ca’canny” or “going slow to ireuenis of taxation, and aii in-
0, The Editor, The Advocate. give someone else a job,” is often quiry imo the various borrowing
o1k,—As far as 1 can see 11, the Preached to those who are still metnods by both central and locat
‘dve-year plan of Development and © employment, It is agreed that Governments, Now the business
taxation depends on our ability to this action would assist fellow of Government in this matter is
‘ncrease our National Dividend, Workers who are out of work, as of great magnitude, and will exert
which is the net product of the it. will create employment for a considerable influence on private
Joint-Agencies, land, labour, capi- them,“ As’a matter’ of fact, how- business generally and on the na-
‘al and business ability namely tne €Ver, this assistance can only be tional money n.arket in particular.
total amount of goods created and 8iven at the expense of the rest Im the last few years, however,
services rendered during a given ©f the workers who are employ- there has been an enormous rise
veriod of say, a year, atter the raw @d as the additional labour does in the national expenditure ana
materials and material agents of Not increase the national dividend; ie ingenuity of Government wits
production have been. replaced, therefore, the amount. available be severely taxed in endeavouring
Uhe essential point to be noticed for distribution as wages is not in. to implore new sources of revenue
about services is that they are creased. This policy tends to drive '© Meet the evergrowing expenai-
consumed in the act of production; coMmtracts abroad, where there are ture. This growth of expenditure
they are not, however, any less NOt the same difficulties in obtain- 28S been brought about by several
*| 4 part of the income of those who ing punctual performance of con- TFS. ‘tne Great War and we
shjoy them, “tracts as given, and where the in- CUrrent Korean War secondly as
It should be borne in mind that creased output of workers enables 5°C#¢ty has progressed and wealtn
the National Dividend is not a the employers to make lower quo- “88 increased, the state and Muni-
stock which the community draws tations for contracts. Consequent- CiPal enterprises have been ex-
upon for one year, while it is ly, the policy of “Ca’canny” tends tended in ali directions; in the pro-
preparing a stock for the next; to increase unemployment and is YS! of schools, public libraries,
it.-is a continuous stream, the therefore based on a fallacy recreation grounds, poor reliet
greater part of which is consumed : ‘ a sanitation, Civil Service and now
shortly after it is’ produced. If the , Capital: The function of capi-, 8 provision» of the five-year
volume of this stream is great, tal is (1) to sustain the worker Plan.
the country is said to be prosper- uring the time which elaj To meet this expenditure, there
ous, Attempts have been made to een the production of the raw 48 4M increase of taxation in Cus-
measure it by means of the na- Material and the final process toms Duties; gas, rum, cigarettes
tional income which is the sum Which makes it ready for consump. Income Tax and loans are raised,
of the incomes of all persons in tion. As production becomes more Which it is hoped will be perm :
ne community, The national in- @laborate this period becomes nent or long period loans’ to ‘it
come is not exactly the same thing longer and so the amount of Cap- 4s only just unat future eanebatsers
as the National Dividend, but’ ital necessary to sustain labour WbO have been spared the labour
other things being equal, it is as becomes greater. (2) To supply Of this great national undertaking
good a measure as we have.at the labourer with raw materials Should contribute some part of
hand, upon which to exert his energies the cost, as they niay be expected
_ Now let us consider these agen- 89d (8) to supply the labourer to Sevive some of the resulting
sies, land, its productivity can be With appliances by means of benefits, As regards income tax
increased (1) by manuring (2) which he can call in the aid of before rates are rg it is hoped
cultivating and thirdly by rota- "8tural forces to assist him, that the act will be gone into and
‘ion of crops, But as we know | The functions of business abil- its provisions modernised for it
-hat the productivity of land is its ity are to bring labour and Capital does seem questionable that from
nherent power to produce crops; together, by inducing those who @ population of two hundred
whereas its fertility includes in have spare capital to put it at the thousand a matter of under four
iddition the elements of conveni- employer's disposal. Secondly to thousand are liable to tax, Have
nee of situation and difficulty of organise labour and supply it with We reached our taxable capacity?
cultivation. Also that in all min- the most suitable machinery and Taxable capacity has been defined
‘ng and agricultural industries, the appliances and thirdly to antici- as the difference between the total
law of Diminishing Returns will pate demand so as to be able to income of a country and the mini-
operate, decide what goods are to be pro- Mum amount that has to be con-
_ In Barbados, sugar is our major duced and in what quantities andesumed in order #6 maintain that
industry end ite market is limited lastly to bring the producer and income. :
and controlled, so we shall have consumer together, b ~ With isi -
to create a demand for other crops best methods of yee eo less ihe thea een ems,
or else obtain better conditions foods. Without the: organiser; will be extensivehy practised by
of marketing than those at present there would be overlapping mis- consumers and unless the state
existent. F : production and waste of time and interferes, a period of rising price:
_ Labour: This can be increased materials. affords excellent scope a the
in three ways 1) By_improving Having dealt with the agencies activities of the eantiaoe se
the workers’ skill (2) by improv- of production, let us now turn to enriches himself atthe expens: t
ing the appliances and machinery the scope of Public Finance. The the wage earners Recatan wa ok
and (3) by Division of Labout and functions of this branch of eco- rise but stowly | in com arin
specialisation, nomic science are to consider and with prices. But stil] Noose the
During a period of depression investigate the ways in which expense of the people having fixed
in industry when there is consid- Government revenue is to be ob- money incomes ne
erable. unemployment, the policy tained, and to discuss how this 3



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secrecy

than putting the public interest before all

Nobel Prize winners and leading U.S. scien-
travel into and out of the United States.

Security Act aimed at Communists, and the
State Department’s refusal of visas for dis-
tinguished thinkers.

was denied a visa to attend the Royal Society
in Britain last January. Britain’s Dr. Michael
Polany, an anti-Communist, was denied a
visa to teach in Chicag’9,

As the matter stands the only people wh
can derive satisfaction from it are those wh
are opposed to the progressive developmen
of the island, I have never yet heard one c
these offer a practical suggestion as to hoy
the increasing population is to be provide:
for. The stock answer is emigration, whic!
does not seem to be at all practicable so fa
as one can see ahead.

From the viewpoint of importance to th
world in general it may seem far-fetched t
compare this deadlock with the one ii
Persia over oil, or the Armistice negotiation:
in Korea. But an adequate supply of elec
tricity is vHally important to Barbados, anc
talk of new industries to be encouragec
under the five-year plan is only a futilc
gesture if power at economic rates is noi
available for thern.

When a prolonged deadlock like thi:
exists it is usually because someone is being
intransigent and refusing to agree to an)
reasonable compromise. In view of the im
portance of electricity to the whole island
and the long time elapsed since any informa-
tion was given out, an authoritative state-
ment on the prospects for clearing up the
deadlock would be very much in order now.
In a democracy there is no good reason for
keeping matters like this under a veil of
indefinitely, likewise no sound
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1952

_ Damages Case
Discontinued

The Common Pleas suit Kate Green agaist Rt. Hon.

Sir Allan F. Lascelles et al.,
ing an accident in which

in.a claim for damages follow-
Miss Green claimed she was

injured, was yesterday discontirtued by Mr. Justice J. W. B.
Chenery following an application from her counsel, Mr.

J. E. T. Brancker.

OBITUARY



Dr. A. G. Bancroft

The death occurred at his resi-
dence “Woodville”, Fontabelle on
Sunday morning of Dr, A. G, Ban-
croft, retired Parochial Medical
Officer of St. Michael. He was 63.

Aubrey Glyne Bancroft, the son
of the late Mr and Mrs, Edwin
Bancroft was educated at Harrison
College after which he studied
medicine at McGill University.
Like many others he returned to
Barbados and in a short time had
established a wide practice. He
had been brought up in an at-
mosphere where racial differences
were almost unknown, and so the
young medical officer with his
deep human sympathy and charm-
ing manner became a favourite
with everyone. In his heyday high
fees were few, and far between
and so his practice during these
years resolved itself into a service
to humanity. He was the most
popular “family doctor” and. to
thousands he was as a member of
the family. Whether it was as a
Visiting Surgeon at the General
Hospital, or as a Parochial Medi-
cal Officer ministering to the sick
poor, Aubrey Glyne Bancroft car-
ried a deep sympathy and a love
for humanity which made him be-
loved by all. He served too as Port
Health Officer for many years and
seamen arriving in port from all
parts of the world were glad to
meet him again and when they did
not see him, they enquired for him.

Too strenuous a’ practice broke
his health and during a long period
of severe illness he was subjected

_ to as many “visits” as he had done
in his daily rounds. Sturdy and
with a will to work he resumed
duties again with as wide a prac-
tice as he had ever had and it was
typical of the man that he died
on Sunday while ministering. to
the sick. With the mark, of death
already upon him he heeded not
his own cares but continued to re-
lieve the suffering of those around
him, No Royal honours his or

hgroie acclaim as is in times of ©

war but the love and sympathy of
his fellowmen will serve to as-
suage the grief of a sorrowing
widow, a daughter of the late
Stephen Phillips and son, Mr.
“Teena” Bancroft now in England,
The flags of the business houses
in the City and some of the ships
lying at anchor were flown at Half
mast yesterday and his funeral
took place at the Westbury Ceme-
tery in the presence of a large
congregation who had gathered to
pay their last tribute to him for a
life dedicated to their service.
_——

St. Michael’s
Girls’ School

BRIDGE GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF
EDUCATION = ATION HELD

Adams, P. C.—Passed in Scripture,
English English Literature,
History and L

Best, F. M.—Passed in Scripture, Eng-

lish Language, English Literature, and

History. 5
Chandler, S.° E.—Passed in Scripture,
English Language, English Literature,

and History,

Clarke Y. E.—Passed in Scripture,
Engl English Literature,
History and .

Craigs, E. “Passed in Scripture,
English Language, English Literature,
and History,

Daniel, A. R.—Passed in English
Language, English Literature, and
French,

on, D. E.—Passed in English

Language and English Literature.
Grosvenor, B, V.—Passed in Scrip-
ture, English Language, English Litera-
ture and French.
English

E. V.-Passed in

Haynes,
Language,
King, L. M.—Passed in English Lan-
guage, English Literature and French.
Lucas, D. E.—Passed in English Lan-

@uage, English Literature and History.
Mayers, N,—-Passed. in English
Literature.

Saunders, M. D.—Passed in Scripture,
English Literature, and History,

Sinckler, L. A,.—Passed in English
Langyage.
Young, E. E.—Passed_in_ Seripture,

English Language and English Litera-
ture.

MR. TUDOR LECTURED

Over the week-end Mr. J.
Cameron Tudor gave a lecture at
St. Mark’s Boys’ School to St.
Mark's Old Scholars’ Association
on “British Parliamentary Pro-
cedure.”



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Mr. Brancker told His Lordship
that since October 13 when the
case first came before the Court,
a settlement had been reached be-
tween the two parties both as to
the claim and to costs. Mr. Branck-
er was instructed by Messrs.
Hutchinson & Banfield.

Counsel for the defendants, Mr.
E. K. Walcott, Q.C. instructed by
Messrs Cottle Catford, said he
agreed to the discontinuation of
the case. He added that while
apologising to the jury for having
to summon them again yesterday,
he had no doubt that they would
be glad that they did not have to
remain about five days hearing
the case. They had been unable to
notify the jury not to attend the
Court as a settlement had only
been reached on Saturday, What-
ever might have been the merits
of the case, a settlement had been
reached mainly for humanitarian
reasons. He was glad that His
Learned Friend had been willing
to discuss the question of terms.

It Was Good

His Lordship said that it was
good that the two parties had been
able to come together and reach
a decision in keeping with the dic-
‘tates of humanity.

Miss Kate Green, a clerk of
Tweedside Road claimed $1,937.76
special damages for loss and ex-
penses incurred as a result of an
accident with the lorry M - 1656,
the property of the defendants.

Hon. G, D. L. Pile, and Mr. C,
Sealy, the constituted attorneys of
the Rt Hon. Sir Allan Lascelles
‘et al., represented them.

Miss Green claimed that the de-
fendants through their servant
Garfield Jemmott on May 22, 1948,
so negligently, recklessly and un-
skilfully drove and managed the
lorry M-1656, the property of the
defendants, along Constitution
Road, that she was struck and in-
jured while riding her bicycle
‘along, that road. She claimed that
she ‘was oceasioned much pain,
was prevented from working, and
thereby sustained loss and incur-
red expenses for surgical and
medical attendance, medicine, etc.

Three Months’

Imprisonment
For Stealing

Sentence of three months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
esterday imposed on Robert
Siowne (29) of Ivy Village, St.
Michael by His Worship Mr. G.
B. Griffith, Acting Police Magis-
trate of District “A” who found
Browne ilty of stealing 10/-
from Adina Barker on _Octo-~
hen ?Owiee'Who has three pre-
vious convictions appeaied
against Mr. Griffith’s decision.

The. case of the prosecution was
that on October 13 Barker hand-
ed Browne 10/- for him to buy
some rice for her. After getting
Yhe rice, Browne was to leave the
rt at a laundry for her to col-
ect.



Browne never bought the rice
nor told Barker what became of
the money.

Before sentencing the defend-
ant His Worship Mr. Griffith told
him that as he has_ three pre-
vious convictions he could do
nothing else but to send him to
prison.

“You wanted to obtain an easy
shilling and now you have to go
to prison;’ His Worship Mr,
Griffith said.

ADJOURNED

Their Honours Mr, H, A.
Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H, Han-
schell in the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday adjourned un-
til November 17 the case in which
Lewis Griffith of Roaches, St.
Lucy, is claiming £10 damages
from the defendants Hilary
Chandler and TIretha Chandler
also of Roaches, St. Lucy for cut-
ting down trees in his land at

Roaches on December 11 last
year.
Mr. J, E. T. Brancker is ap-

pearing on behalf of the defend-
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PILE DRIVER

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© the Franki Compressed Pile Qo.
the ground at the spot on®Broad

Street which will accommodate part of the new Barclays Bank.

It arrived in the island on We

dnesday by the 8.8, “Philosopher”.

Pile Driver Will .
Start Work Today

To-day a pile driver belonging to the Franki Com
pressed Pile Co., Ltd., of London, England, will begin to

drive piles at the spot on wh

ich the Unique Arcade building

was formerly situated. Part of the new Barclays Bank

building will be on this spot.

7; a: : e
Three Ships
Arrived
With but three arrivals, two
schooners over the week-end and
one steamer yesterday morning,
work on the waterfront was very

dull yesterday.
Schooner crews were seen re-

laxing under the ,canvasses of
their

respective vessels, some
mending sails and others clean-
ing the decks.

Those dealers in the wood and
coal trade, who had come to the

city... hoping, .t@, Purchase, seme

nothing in their carts. Similarly
fruit hawkers were disappointed
in finding that neither of the ves-
sels which arrived had fruit as
part of their cargo.

SIDE ATTRACTION

Aside attraction,
was the pile driver which was
put into operation on the Bar-
clays’ site. This attracted the at-
tention of passersby who during
the early morning stood watch-
ing the operation for very long
periods.

CHIEF ITEM



however,

Copra was the chief item of
the cargoes of the two schooners
which arrived in port over the
week-end from St. Vincent. The
schooners, the M.ndalay II and
the Bel Queen brought 1,110
bags of copra to the island, Be-
sides the cargo of copra, other
cargo included a number of loose
pumpkins. *

The Mandalay II is under the
command of Captain R. Mitchell.
while captain Martin King is in
command of the Bel Queen
Both vessels are consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association.

MAIL NOTICE

Mails for Trinidad by the Schooner
“Gardenia W." will be closed at the
General Post Office as under:-

PARCEL MAIL 12 noon; REGISTERED
MAIL 2 p.m., ORDINARY MAHL 2.30
P-m. On the 28th October, 1952.



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The pile driver attracted much
attention yesterday. It was the
first time that many Barbadians
were seeing a pile driver and
they crowded the wharf and sur-
rounding streets to watch it being
erected.

It arrived on Wednesday by the
s.s. *Philosopher and was. later
lifted on the wharf by the, Gov-
ernment crane. On Sunday it was
removed to its present spot,

Also on the spot is a cement
mixer belonging to the same com-
pany. Mr. G. Caulfield is supervis-
ing the work, Two of his staff, Mr.
T. Connor and Mr. J. Smith are
from England but the other work-
ers are Barbadians.

The pile driver gets its power
froma cab sey tinden Aleta eth
sink into the earth from three to
about six piles a day. The pile will
be sunk about 40 feet,

Me. Caulfield told the Advocate
yesterday that they have very few |
accidents during their operations.
They have already done work in

Trinidad and Jamaica and expect | 4

to return to Jamaica after

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MEETING TONIGHT



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Guest Speaker will be Rev. Frank
Lawrence of the James
Methodist Church and the Chair-
man will be Mr. H. H. Williams

of the Y.M.C.A, \¢

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H. Pilgrim, M.A., will deliver the
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W. Indian Conference DRINK
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All but four of the fourteen West Indian Governments |
served by the Caribbean Commission have named their |
official delegates to the Fifth Session of the West Indian |
Conference which meets on November 24 at. Montego Bay,
Jamaica. Delegates have not as yét been designated by the F
French Caribbean Departments and the British Leeward :
Islands. } 4
O? the eighteen delegates so far ermann, Director, Institute for Infor | ‘
announced, eleven are members of ation | on the Netherlands Antilles. |
legislative bodies, and five are of PUERTO RICO |
oro rank, Following are Mr. Fernando Sierra Berdicia, Com- |
ne delegates who have been ap- =Mâ„¢issioner of Labour; Colonel Alberto
ointed * e heen ‘ap Arillaga, Military Aide to the Gov-|
RARBADGS ernor; Mr. Lorenzo Garcia Hernandez,
‘Hoa, F.C." ule Memt iu Director of Vocational Education; Mr
Saenenren oan ember of the Britton Harris, Assistant Director
Se Wek Webbs i Office of Economic Research, Econo- a
Vieuses Ae Risin ember of ‘the ale Abevelopment Administration;
y rs. elaide Barela, Special Assist
a isn” re, Membe ociie ant to the Commissioner of Labour,
Legislative Council Member of the “Mr. Candilo Oliveras, Chief, Econo ,
“He _ John C ot icine mics Division, Puerto Rico Plannin
Lnaintitive Goanec'|.. ember of She Posnde: Mr noweete Huyke, Directo:
orc erat? ‘ gricultural xtension Service; Dr
aera Peer As niches et the Martin Hernandez, Assistant Commis i
Lasi@eiies Go nell ember “at. the sioner of Agriculture; Dr. Arture | itil
Hon BS Clas Member ‘of the ‘Reaue, Direetor, Agricultural Experi: | ae
tiated ch an ery * ment Station; Mr. Guillermo Rod te
JAMAICA CRD : riguez, President and General Mane
“M i L gimmand Membe t ger, Puerto Rico Industrial Develop
faa ous of senparatasive a ment Company; Mr. Carlos Passalac |
. aie + hey a ’ qua, Development Vice-President
‘aoe a W. Manley, 9S. MM Puerto Rico Industrial Developmen
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Mr Mariano Villaronga, Commis- Ret te eceeat eecnsiie Ad ,
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A? Authority; Dr. D, C. Canegata, Ad , ar: r
Hon, Albert Gomes, Minister of La- ministrator, St, Croix ee e pe
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BOMBS 2c. ea.
Red-Devil-on-the-Walk 3c ea. Red
& Green Matches 6c. box.
Giant Sparklers 20c. Pk. of 6.
and
German Electric Sparklers
' 12c. per pk. of 10.



at

See us for wholesale Prices

{}
Crackers |Don’t wait for that Iast minute
| . Coloured Roman | ia hid
We Candles ush, buy your
{}| The above at 36c. each ‘pains FIREWORKS TO-DAY

' BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD.

HEAD OF BROAD STREET

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CLASSIFIED ADS. | Pte S80) jtcde ssanult On

TELEPHONE 2508













HOUSES

HORSE HILL HOUSE--St Joseph
From the ist December. Electricity and
Water turned in. Apply: Mrs. George
Hutson, Blackmans, St. Joseph. Dial
95-245 25.10.52—3n
Capris ene anni ae

PENRITH —. Unfurnished, corner 1th

Avenuc, Belleville and Belmont Road

From 15th November. Three bedrooms.

garage and out-offices etc. Dial 4306
22.10.52-—4n

PERSONAL





The public are’ hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife, Shirley Callen-
der inee Walcott) as k do not hold my-
self responsible for her or anyone eis«
contracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me

Sed. VINCENT CALLENDER







Fuir Field No. 10,
Biack Rock
St. Michael,
26.10.52—2n
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife DOROTAS
CLARKE (nce HERBERT) ag % do not



hold myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
my name unless by a
signed by me.
HENSFORD CLARKE,
Welches,
Christ Church.

28.10.52—2n |

atuniitiies { Tangerines 2e. .
The public are hereby warned against | | BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Broad Stre
: a a q s





giving credit to my wife STAY CASHINA
WALROND (n¢e°ALLEYNE) as I do not
bold myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in m)
name unlevs by & written order signed by
in, A ‘
“QmoRor ADOLPHUS WALHOND,
. Workman,
St. George
28.10.5221







LADY
Hotel Royal

- Young lady for Office
Apply to the Manager
23.10, 52—4,f.n

at





MISCELLANEOUS



WANTED TO RENT OR BUY
WAREHOUSE in Bridgetown, send full
details: Box Q C/o Advocate Advtg.
Dept. 19,10. 52--8n .

WANTED
OLD GOLD COINS, Seals, Diamond &
Semi-Precious Jewellery, Silver Se
Salvers, Paper Weights, Spice & Snu
Boxes, Enamels, Curios.
GORRINGRES ANTIQUE SHOP, Upper
Bay St. Telejhone 4429.



LOST & FOUND

ee ncn na ret re

LOST
“ SWEEPSTAKE TIOKET — Series ¥ 207
Finder please return same to Whitfleld
Williams? Apple Hall, St. Philip
y 28.10, 52-—1n.



Janine Denied
Entry To Trinidad

(From Our Own Corregpondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27.
Tine — te?

to permit Mr.

bean Labour ote
Mr. Ferdinand. S
Laboun. }

even as intr 4
Barbados has resulted in the post-
ponement of a meeting
oe wit ME~Adams: in the in-
erest of ~ preservation of
Caribbean labour unity, Trinidad
trade union officials who were to
leave for Barbados Sunday night
cancelled passages receiving
word from Jamaica that epaneages
had been refused Mr. Hart and
Mr, Smith who proposed making
the Barbados journey by another
route.

When the Jamaican plane ar-
rived at Piarco Sunday night a
squad of uniformed policemen
with top police and immigration
officials were waiting but Mr,
Smith and Mr. Hart did not
arrive,

EVERY RESTAURANT

Should have

an Ascot Water Heater $

written order |


























78,10, 52-6n



|

FOR SALE |

AUTOMOTIVE }

—_—
CAR—One Citroen, done 10,000 Miles
in perfect order Apply Redman &

Tavior’s Garnge Ltd Phone 4435
26. 10.52-—3n





CAR--Austin A-70, done 24,000 miles
In perfect order. Apply Redman &
Taylor's Garage Ltd. Phone 4435
26.10.52—8n
ee
PICK-UP -- Pord V-8 in good condi-
tion, with new tyres. Martin Doorly
& Co., Ltd, 25.10.52—3n.
TRUCK—V-8 Ford. Newly Overhauled
\-1 Condftion Dial 2528 or 4157
26.10.52-—6n

MECHANICAL

OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
‘ble from Stock in various carriage
vidths as follows:—
11"? — $260.00
19/77 — $293.00
18/7 — $325.00
nquiries to 8, P. Musson, Son & Co.
Ad. Dial 3713,
28.9.52—t.f.n.

MISCELLANEOUS |

CHOCOLATES — Black Magic Choco-
intes. Fresh stock in % & 1-lb. Tins
nd 1% Ib. Boxes. Bruce Weatherhead
f td 26.10, 52--3n











PRUIT—Grape Fruit Se
Oranges se

each





28.10 $2—3n
Oe
POTATOES -- Dutch Potatoes $5.50
per bag of 110 Ibs. or 6c. per Ib. retail
Gittens, Croney & Co., Ltd., Palmetto
St

PASCALLS CONFECTIONERY ~- Fresh
Pascall’s Marshmallows in Peks. & Tins,
also Glucose Barley Sugar in % & 1-lb
Tins Bruce Weatherhead Ltd

26,10. 52--3n







SUBSCR4&BE now to the Dally Telegraph, |
Sngland’s leading Daily Newspaper now
wriving in Barbados by Air only 9 few
days after publication in London, Contact
‘an Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local
Representative. Tel. 3113.
°7.4.62—t.f.n.

TROPICAL FISH — Marble Hatchets,
Cosy Tetras, Head and Tail light tetras,
Pearl Danios, Zebrags and Corydora cat-
fen. All 48 cents each. White Clouds
festivum, and three spot Gourami at 72
ents each. Discount for lots of one dozen
more. Telephone Warden — 3406 or
8190. 29.10, 52

SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

| Schoonerst— Phillip
Florence Emmanuel, *
Mary M. Lewis, D’Ortac, Bel Queen.
Confident LG., Mandalay II, Hariet
Whittaker, Frances W, Smith, Gita M.
Motor Vessel:— T. B. Radar



H. Davidso:
Ww

n,
Gardenia *

M eitiger mY

Sch, a) I 30 tons, from St
Vincent under a R, Mitchell
Consigned to the Schooner Owners’
Association.

Sch, Bel Queen, 44 tons, from St
Vincent under Captain M. ing. Con-

signed to the Schooner Owners Asso-
elation,

S.S. Strategist, 3770 tons, from British
Guiana under Captain R. A, Swain,
Consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

DEPARTURES
SS, Novelist for Trinidad.
a nag Be ya et. Vincent,
@ tar for Nassau.
Sch. Lynsyd i for

S.S. Kirsten Torm for Philadelphia.

heer Seawetét

ARRIVALS By B.W.LA,
From ST. KITTS:—
October 26th
F, Nothnagel W. Orsbourne, E. De
Freitas, E. Fraites, G. Byrne.

From VENEZEULA:—
October 25th

J, Salas, B. Salas, G. Jennings, V.

Espinoza, D, Espinoza, G. Litchfield.

From TRINIDAD:—

October 26th
M. Roach, C. Phillips, E, Garson, P.
Shepherd, N, Richards, P. Morgan, W.
Ward, C, Richmond, H. Kerr, A, Cava-
eri, I. Cavalieri, M. Cavalieri, G. Crag-
well, L, Murray.

From TRINIDAD:
October 25th

Cc. Maynard, O, Loranger, L. Hoyte,

G. O'Dell, G. O'Dell, M. O'bell.

From TRINIDAD:—
October 27th

BE, Peschier, L. Smith,

DEPARTURES By B,W.LA.

UELA

For VENEZ _
October 25th
A. Izzard, J. tazard, J. Macathan, K
Macathan, U, Blanco, R, Salas, M, Silas
G. Money, J, Evelyn, G. Evelyn,
For ST, LUCIA:—
October 25th
K. Gordon, BE, Gordon, 8, Gordon, J.

Instant Hot Water on Tap $ Mabel E., Beatiwaite, H. Filoissac.
3 . ‘or i
it Ensures’ Quicker Service, s October 26th
See the ASCOT at Work at s lL. Miller, R, Miller, J, Carter, G. Eve-
3 Your Ges owsoorn x lyn. . , .
jay Street, 4
RB eteeeye Looe o X\| For PUERTO FRO
ae : BR. Forde, 9. Bowen, ©. Smith, 1.
= Bowen, 0. . I. Douglas, s.
dolder; B. Fytwick O. Clarke, E. Babh,
For ANTIGUA:—
October 25th
oe Woods, K, Davis, W. Fingal, C
e

FURNITURE
AUCTION

il, GRABMP HALL TF RRACE
ON

WEDNES® AY. coin OCTOBER,

1932

11.30 alm

|











We have
frora Mr. A. D
re oar Nis
oF CTS as listed below:—
VIEWING MORNING OF SALE
Mah ining Tab'e and
ae sareie Chairs,

airs, ah. Cane-

Mah. ‘Sideboard, Cedar & nee
Desks, 3 Upholstered Choirs, Pr

H tle Reds with Sn ing-filles
Mattr i Chest of Drawers
Pr Single Beds with Dun.
ftresses, Single Pid
‘nlopillo Mattress Pid
m Purniture Medicine

Bedepreads lows, Rush
oa ga x Furniture
187 carriage) Dette

Filing ©;
Kerosene St

received instructions

Hodgson to dis-
FURNITURE and

4
Muh. Easy



’
r

red v
Rear
host
fats

r
Gallery
Olvmy
G



v



cece tie Aenean
arene aaeennncioaneenae nee

AUCTIONEERS
Bote 4. Beadon
& Co.

Phone 4640
Pi tions Buildin









nry.
Por TRINIDAD:—

October 25th
N. McLeod G. MeLeod, E. McLeod,
C. Yearwood, M. Ghany, M. Ghany, P
Samuel, E. McLachlan, 8. Stolimeyer,
A, Stolimeyer, F. Davis, R. Davis, C
Averboukh, C: Averboukh, T. Carison,
M. Sherman, @. Martin, N. Pierre, R
Skinner, N. Peacock, P. Chase, J ri
For TRINIDAD:—

October 26th
P. Knages, S. Kriaggs, R. King,
Stollmeyer, M, Plummer, M, Desouza,
J. »Texeira EB. Texetra, L. Asgard, H.
Dash, T. Samuel, A. Braddley, R. ‘Sel-

her, S. Woodburn, H. Mahon, C, Gill,
t, Smith, F. Davis, M. Texeira, L
Lashley, K. Miller, H. Thomas, 0. Had-
‘away, D, Lorranger



|1n Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (W-I.) L.T.D
dvise that they can now communicate
with the their
Parbados coast station:—
SS. Poélyglory, $.8. Balaklava, 8.S
De Grasse, §.8. Alcoa Clipper, §.S
| “trateg'st. S.8. Latirus, 8.S. Huntine-
én, S.S. Gerona, &.5
Washington, §,8. Port
reda, S.S. |Cazador, .
SS. Kirsten Torm, 8.8. Rotula, Ss
mil Berger, §.S, Sabrina, $.S. Tindra,
5 S. Pougou, 8.8. Beebank, S.S. New-
on, S.S. Trospector, SS. Rodas, S.S
\lcoa Planter, $.S.,_ Durangg, 8.S
‘pac =6California, $.S. 8S. Paula,
S. Virginia, §.S, Saxonstar, S.S
2srapher, §)#. Ioannis P. Couladfis,
Atlantic "Duchess, §.8. Argentgn,
Casablanca, M/T Katrine Mairsk,
Hermes, $.8 Colombie, 5.S
n_ Constructor

Ss
3
s





ADVOCATE
STATIONERY

HASTINGS



EYSTONE

—————

Uttle shop in the village
where the Best Bo
and Xmas

ks, Stationery

rds are now on show.










































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

___ REAL ESTATE



FOR SALE OR RENT





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

VACANT POST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAX) — INCOME
TAX AND DEATH DUTIES DEPARTMENT





Western Front

SEOUL, Monday.

|

AS_A GOING CONCERN 7 : }

CRYSTAL WATERS GUFST HOUSE | United States marines battled ae }

Stusted on Worthing Beach. Fully fur-|in Iwo Jima and Tarawa in a The closing date for submitting applications for the post of)

nished. Contains 10 Bedrooms, Sitting | decnerate < 5 > - : ma > Ta z : }

Rooms, large dining room Vers spacious | aesPerate attempt to. — sSrasnan | 2spector Income Tax), Income Tax a Death Duties Department}
and airy. Dial 8666 28.10.52—17 5 -_ 1 been © to 15th November, ;

"sea" assault8 at marines’ main! "8S in extended

LAND—4250 s. ft. situate at Laynes
Road Brittons Hill suitable for busi
ness or residence all modern cornmoedities
available. Apply to A. R. BROWNE





THE GARDEN HOUSE —
Road, St. Michael.
3 Roods, 3 Perches of land
COTTLE, CATFORD — CO



AUCTION

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
IN NO

TUESDAY art
¥ 4TH—The Misses Kysh’
20 Block B. Garrison. wo ee







*|battle line on the western front. |

| ta
28.10.52—4n | marine sector forced one pene-|
Country | ‘¥ation of the main line north-
standing on 4 Acres, ; West D
Apply, | attack. Marines counter attacked
26.10, 587m. | *@Vagely and closed the gap.

ia
| United States infantrymen were |

Reds

9/10,52—I1n. |



An estimated 3,000 troops at-|
cking along the three mile |
BARBADOS

CHANCERY SALE

| The undermentioned properties will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
| Publle Bulldings, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the respective sums
Ful:

of Korangpo in a

night

Reds then hammered a heavy | sold y will set up on
? «i om the date specified below, If not then they will be Pp
assault to a point 500 yards to | at the same place and during the same hours until sold

the northeast where at 6.00 p.m. | particulars on application to me.
division spokesman said | ee GALE
DEFENDANT; CLARA ALSOP GALE iby original action)
and
HAMPDEN ARCHIBALD CUKE (Pers. Rep. of Clara Alsop Gale,

deceased)
| PROPERTIES: YORST ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelling house called

fighting within twenty yards of
throwing grenades and
blazing forth with small arms



7 5 fire. | “PARADE VIEW" with tie land whereon the same stands and
os etd uschtasd aot ee te! Eighth army headquarters said | thereto belonging situate i St. Anns, The Garrison in the parish
Hunblate, 8 Lowen Tate toda it “wa the first of Christ Church in this ‘sland containing by admeasurement six
TURSDAY 18 TH — Mr. Garcia Monnine’s |ynnet a r } thousand five hundred and two and one quarter square feet or
Sale: “Tloda Mr earn Manning's | ynarine division which was | thereabouts butting and bounding on a place called or known as
watien TROTMAN @ co struck by vicious Red attacks Sea View Hotel on lands f rmerly of Mary Ann Cooper but now, or
me ls i i late Frank ig and on pul road or however else

Auctioneers ye I a was engaged in | same may butt and bound together with the messuages, dwelling-
28.10.52—1n, | '8NUng. ene houses and buildings and oll other erections and buildings on the
=” said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their

j appurtenances,

PUBLIC NoTIC Canada WI UPSET PRICE: £3,500. 0. 0.
a¢ EN | eer ome SECONDLY ALL THAT certain ssuage dwellinghouse or store
} situated in High Street in the © of Bridgetown in this Island
Trad Conf. and numbered 15 in the suid street together with the land whereon
NOTICE e er ence the same stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement
Re Rotate of one thousand one hundred ad See sausre. feet or See ae

° ptt o
FLORENCE MARGARET oabn LONDON butting and bounding on the premises known as Numbers

Deceased — |

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
Persons having any debt or claim against
the estate of Florence Margaret Peck
who died in this Island on the 28th day
of March 1982, are hereby required to
send particulars of their claims,
attested, to the undersigned, the
attorneys in this Esland of Joan Margaret
Fell-Clark the qualified
Will of the deceased
be undersigned at No. 17

ridgetown, on or before 30th
of September 1962 bss
undersigned shall
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard

t, |
iy!

| State “for the Colonies whether!
duly he wili make a statement about
{the conference on Canadian-West

executrix of the lndian trade, held in the Colonial!
at the offee of Office in

after which date the | ‘tate
proceed to distribute | |

buck Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Number
16 High Street and on High Street aforesaid or however e the
same may butt and bound, together with the et
houses and buildings and, ail other erections and bu on
said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with th
appurtenances.
UPSET PRICE: £4,000. 0. 0.
THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land with the
house thereon calied “BARTICA” containing by admeasure-
ment thousand and. sixteen square feet or thereabouts (for-
merly part of two acres and thirty-one perches) and also eight
hundred and forty square feet of the public road situate in or near
the district called Hastings in the said parish of Christ Church in
this Island butting and botunding on lands now or late of one Mrs.
Inniss on the sea on imnds, now or late of Marcus Grannum et al
and on the public road or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the messuages dwellinghouses and buildings

In the House of Commons, on
October 15, 1952, Mr, R, Robin-
son (Conservative, Blackpool,
South,). asked the of

September.

Mr, O. Lyttelton, Secrets
for the Colonies re;
am in consultation wi
West Indian Governments on the

of

enly to sueh claims as they shall then | Utcome of the informal meeting and ali other erections and buildings on the said parcel of land
have had notice of and they will not|!0 Which the Hop. Member refers erected and built standing and being with their appurtenances.

be liable for the assets or any part! and have no statement to make UPSET TuuCE: £3,000. 0. 0

thereof so distributed to any

person

of whose debt or claim they shall not

then have had notice,

estate are requested to
indebtedness without delay.
Dated this 30th day of .
E. M. SHILSTONE, |

settle thelr



o. we Ga
30.7 .8&—3n,
|
NOTICE |
Re Estate of
ELIZABETH ANN MOORE
Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt\or claim against
the estate of Elizabeth Ann Moore who
died in this Island on the 2nd day of
Tune 1951, are hereby required to send
particulars of their claims,

And all persons indebted to the said;the time of the meeting,

duly attested, ; ‘erred to the club as the George

: SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED P. iS: 7 , : 1982
on it now beyond what was said DATE OF : 4 ROPER TIF: 7th November 1952







in the Press announcements at H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
—B.U.P. 24.10.52—3n
. . |
Pallet Resigne =
George Pallett, 44-year-old)
civil servant, and London’s
busiest athletic ci

has

parted company with his club.
Herne Hill Harriers, The reason,
Pallett tells me, is “a difference
over matters of training policy.”)
He will be hard to replace.)
One could be excused if one re-

Shoes



to. the- Te eet ay, Staalawood | Pallet Harriers, He was ident, é }
sibs, the qua executor of the|coach and editor of t elub fa th wh l Fi m 1
estate of the deceased at t fice of
Messrs. Cottle Catford. & co, 7 High | bulletin, besides being a class or € ote a l Y ‘
Street, Bridgetown, on or before the | Performer, despite his years, in} ’ .
pve’ “y Se Ea after which | live events, |

al e udiey azlewood Gibbs 2

shall proceed to distribute the assets P. But this does not mean that

of the deceased among the parties | Pallet will give up coaching. His
entitled thereto ybaving regard only to/squad of champions includes Cc)
such claims as he shall then have had , jum)
notice of and he will not be liable for ee es per, uals
the assets or any part thereof so dis- = nella TW: » , ani Mrs. a

tributed to any person of whose debt | Sewell, women’s pentathlon title) SROWN OR BLACK
or claim he shall not then have had| holder, They will still have the ite woouee.

notice. 'benefit of his advice eNOLEe ae

And all persons indebted to the said |” 7 ;

estate are requested to

indebtedness without delay.
Dated this 30th day of July 1962
DUDLEY HAZLEWOOD GIBBS, |

Settle their

Qualified Executor of the Will of
Elizabeth Ann Moore, deceased,
30.7.52—Bn.





COURTS .

@ From Page 5
ants while Mr, D. H. L. Ward is
appearing for the plaintiff.

In the Petty Debt Court at
District “E” His Worship Mr. S.
H. Nurse entered a non-suit and
(he plaintiff gave notice of ap-
peal. The plaintiff was also or-
dered to pay to the defendants
costs amounting to 13/6.
«QUEST TU-DAY

The inquiry into the death ol
sduna kai of Carlton, St, James
wall be held to-day at the Hoie-
.own Police Station,

Cpl, Devonish discovered the
vody of Edina Hali in a cane-
neld at Lancaster,

the same day Dr. A, C. Kirton
performed a post mortem exam-
ination,
FINED 40/-
Twenty-seven-year-old Martin
Alleyne of Culloden Road, St.
Michael was fined 40/- forth-
with or one month’s imprison-
ment with hard labour for using
indecent language on Broad
Street on October 25 by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yes-
terday.

the court that the defendant on

ilong Broad Street,
SIX MONTHS

Keith Hinds,



a

hael was yesterday sentenced to
six months’ imprisonment with
hard labour by His Worship Mr.
G. B. Grimith, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” for
stealing a box of toothpaste
valued at 16/- the property of
Jomes A, Tudor on October 25.

Hinds has six previous con-
vietions for larceny. Police Con-
stable Lynch saw the defendant
carrying a box on Barbarees Road
on October 25 and on looking in
the box saw a small box of tooth-
paste which contained 12 tubes.

Hinds told him that a man had
riven him the box of toothpaste
for him to sell. The toothpaste
was carried to the shop of James
A. Tudor where it was identified.

FALLS FROM BICYCLE

Kenneth Simmonds, of Fairfield,
lack Rock fell from his bicycle
while riding it along Black Rock
toad about 10.30 a.m, yesterday.
Ite was treated at the General Hos-
) ital for a cut on his forehead.

At the time of the incident Sim-
rnends was trying to avoid an



apa with a pedestrian.



ENGLISH
POTATOES

6c. per Ib. RETAIL

$5.50 per BAG
112 Ibs.

At No. 11 Swan St.
27.10.52—5n,

| K6G6¢

LLCO SSSSEESOSSSSS IY



St, James ;
about 12.45 p.m, on October 17. |

Police Constable 67 Holder told |
seeing him began to abuse him |

30-year-old |
salesman of Bank Hall, St. Mic- |

| nusty smell

|

|

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$5.65

|
AT THE SEASIDE
'

Look out! |
It-whtt

squirt oil
by CHAPMAN PINCHER

| you are good at spotting
aircraft you will be able
to recognise this sea-bird. It
is not a gull but a fulmar.
Look out for a bird built. with
a far “f e' almosi
straight wi attached to the
body at mid-level
Gulls are high-wi
Planes with an angle
middle of each wing
The fulmar na: spread round











OWN LEATHER
BLACK PATENS
WHITE SUEDE

$3.40
$3.95

mono-
in the

Britatn’s coas*=: at such
a we
SR: : ~~ $4.90
6 Ds gg 3
is the yra ite
monoplane *
astonisnine rate that bird-mun
James Pisner nas just writca
a 4))-p4ate about it.%
About 80. yoars ago Britsh
tulmars ored only in the Sher
land [slands Now ‘you ars
{kely to spot tulmars at aimost
any seaside ’ resort
Young fulmars are good to
at pul IT do not advise vou to

BEST QUALITY
AGRICULTURAL FORKS

Recently received, we await your orders.

CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Cnr, Broad & Tudor Sts.

STOCK TAKING NOTICE

e
Our HARDWARE and LUMBER YARD



Or ts the monoplane
like a bird ?

SSS
—

ry W take one from uw nest.

t will defend itselt by squirting
' jet of olf from its beak

t is @ good shot at a range

ot up to four feet, and once you

set the off on squr clothes the
wilh hang

round
vou for weeks.
ne werd fulmar means fou!
mu





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SSS








*° The Pulmar.” James
Cisher (Collins, 353.) ~

SOLUTION LO CHE PUZZLE

HP EE
gigi
RALES OF EXCHANGE

yaa NEW YORK Bexing
Se ES TR atiap 10.1% Fe DEPARTMENTS will be closed for Stock
padel -~ wit eo Taking on
12.4% Pr. Cable
70.9% Pr. Currency @.2% Pr
5 68.5% Pr }

TUESDAY, 28TH

Including Newt diand)
(Ine! jewfoun
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Bowlers Do Well

On Sodden Wickets |

The 10th series of Intermediate cricket games began

last Saturday with most of

the teams falling to some low

seores and bowlers returning good figures. At most of the
grounds wickets were somewhat sodden leaving Umpires
and Captains undecided when to start play. Some of the
games began some 45 minutes after schedule.

The Y.M.P.C., members enter-
tained Spartan at Beckles Road,
and on winning the toss sent in

the Parkites to bat whom they
dismissed for 73 runs. Chase top
scored with 33 while Parris and

Wood made 13 and 11 respectively
For Y.M.P.C., Burke and Branker
took four wickets each for 28 and
18 respectively, The Beckles Road
team then occupied the wicket
and made 78 runs with K. Branker
top scoring with 29 in a good
batting display.

For Spartan, Wood and Gittens
took four wickets each for 15 and
eight runs and Parris and Chase
took one each. In Spartan’s second
innings they are only two runs
made in one over.

Mental Hospital in their match
against Cable & Wireless could
only score 57 in the first innings,
C. Williams contributed 19 to top
score. He was the only batsman to
reach double figures,

D. Archer bagged six of the
Hospital's wickets for nine runs i
four overs. In the Cable & Wire-
less first knock at the wicket they
lost five batsmen for thirty runs,
Francois collected 11 to top score
so far. V. Todd took two of the
wickets for five runs.

In the Carlton-Combermere fix-
ture Carlton occupied the wicket
first to make 123. The first wicket
fell to the good bowling of Wil-
liams with the score at nine, G
Harding raised 41 to top scoré
before he was caught and bowled

by Lashley, R. Marshall was next
ito him with 32 te his credit.
Bowling for Combermere, Mr.

Harry Sealy took five wickets for
33 runs, and Lashley four for 25.
Comberemere in their turn at
the wicket managed to get 55 be-
fore close of play for the loss of
three wickets, A. Phillips put up
36 out of the total. H. Cox for
Carlton took two for 20 runs,
Spartan vs. Y.M.P.C

Spartan ist Innings



B. D. Morris l.b.w. b 1, Burke 0
E. Roach L.b.w. b. R. Austin 8
S, Chase not out a3
S. Parris b. 1. Burke 13
W. Jemmott Lb.w. b. K. Branker 0
N. Wood b K,. Branker 1
Cc. Wood b I. Burke il
Cc. O. Gittens ct, Austin b I, Burke 0
A, .F. Matthews run out 4
W. Cumberbatch ct. (wk. Mande
ville b I. Burke
E. F. Smith b K. Branker 0
Extras: Byes oe
Total 13
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M Ww
I. Burke 12 ‘
R. Austin 5 2 1
K,. A. Branker 62 1 18 4
Y.M.P.C, Ist Innings
L. Greenidge ct. Wood b Chase 1
E. Mandeville i-b.w. Parris 12
D, King lb.w. b Gittens ‘ 1s
K. A, Branker Lb.w. b Gittens 29
B. Porter ib.w, b Wood ; 1
G. Greenidge ct. Morris b Gittens 3
1. Burke ct. Smith b Wood 0
D, Branker not out 6
G. Archer ct. Matthews b Wood,, ‘0
B, Hoyos ct. Matthews b Wood. 0
R, Austin ct. Jemmott b Gittens 9
Extras tees “ 2
Total.... 78
YLING ANALYSIS
meee 0. M R w.
B. Morris 2 t 5
BE, Smith 5 28)
Ss. Parris 7 2 «2a
$8. Chase 4 1 9 !
Cc. Wood Bis. 1° 4
Cc. Gittens 73 3 4
SPARTAN—2nd Innings a
A. F. Matthews not out a
B. D. Morris not out 0
Total aa

Mental Hospital vs. Cable &
Wireless

MENTAL HOSPITAL— Ist Innings

. Boyce lbw King
& Yard e¢ Matthews b H, King 0
C. Williams stp. wkpr. b Archer 19
Cc. Best b Branker 8
J. Wiltshire stp. wkpr b Archer 8
R. Chase b Archer }
. Quintyne b Archer 0
Â¥. Todd run out 9
Q, Worrell stp. wkpr. b Archer 9
V. Carter not out 1
N. Burrows c Watkins b Archer 3
Extras 3
Total 57
‘all of wickets: 1/1, 2/2, 3 21, 4/37,

6/88, 6/38, 7/47, 8/53, 9/53.

ING ANALYSIS
aor 0. M R Ww
H. King 7 0 ll 2
. Matthews 3 ' = 0
. Branker 8 1 26 1
. Archer 44 0 9 6
CABLE & WIRELESS—Ist Innings
B. Matthews run out 3
Francois not out ; Bt
E. Branker c Carter b Williams 5
R. Croney b Todd ‘ 3
Watkins c Williams b Wiltshire 0
©. Knight b Todd .
. Archer not out
Extras 6
Total (for 5 wkts.) 30
Fall of wickets: 1/7, 2/15, 3/19, 4/22
5/26.
, LING ANALYSIS
oan Oo M. R.
Vv. Todd . oR 5 3
Vv. Carter 4 = ee
R. Chase 4 1 5
Cc. Williams 2 0 6 1
J. Wiltshire 3 0 4 1
Carlton vs. Combermere
CARLTON—Iist Innings
K. Marshall stp Harewood
b Lashley a

G. Matthews b Williams



They'll Do Ie Every

SECOND
DIVISION
CRICKET

As the tenth series of Second
Division games opened last Satur-
y, at all grounds, according to
reports, slightly impaired wickets
prevailed, and as a result, small
cores Were returned. The highest
score Was 110 returned by
Y.MLP.C., in their match against
Lceward at Fosters. Even in this
ixture, the bowlers were on top
Leeward's score of 28 for the
Ss of four wickets indicates.
Besides Y.M.P.C., no other side
eachea the three figure mark,
the nearest to it being College’s 98
in their match with Empire played
ist the School grounds. The highest
individual score was returned by
Mr. Jones of the Foundation
School who scored 42 against Er-

diston.
; MATCHES
Windward vs. Central
After skittling out Windward for
ot runs on a slightly impaired
wicket at Congo Road, Central got
to within five runs of this score
for the loss of half of their team’s
wickets, Bowling honours were
divided between Weekes and An-
drews who took three wickets
each for 12 and 10 runs respec-
tively,
Foundation vs. Erdiston
Erdiston had much the better of
first day’s play in their match
inst the Foundation School
team, After bowling the boys for

th

93 runs, they scored 53 for the
loss of three wickets, Norgrove
scoring 26. In the school’s first

innings Bourne of Erdiston took
six wickets for 32 runs and Roach-
tord two for 13.

Y.M.P.C, vs. Leeward

Y.M.P.C, after being bowled out
for 110 runs in their first innings
struck back at Leeward by cap-
turing four of their wickets for
only 28 runs before play ended
for the day. Gilkes of Leeward
kept up his good performances to
date by capturing six of the
Y.M.P.C’s wickets for 54 runs.

College vs. Empire

Against steady bowling by
Spooner and Brewster, the College
‘eam scored 98 runs before their
last wicket fell. Maycock 32 and
Bertram Smith 29 defended dourly
ugainst the accurate bowling. In
their turn at the wicket, Empire
have so far scored 41 for the loss
of one wicket,

Scores
Windward vs. Central
at Congo Road

Windward 84 (Rev, Simmons
20, Fields 30; Weekes three for 13,
Andrews three for 10, Da Silva
two for 10).

Central 79 for 5 wickets. (Hinds
26 not out, Patrick 13, Weekes 20
not out; Me. Conney two for 24).

College vs. Empire at College

College 98 (Maycock 32, Smith
29, Batson 13; Spooner four for 12,
Brewster four for 15).

Empire 41 for 1 wkt. (Roach 19
not out, Kirton 12 not out).

Foundation vs. Erdiston
at Erdiston

Foundation 93 (Mr. Jones 42,
Bradshaw 15; Bourne six for 32,
Roachford two for 13).

Erdiston 53 for four wkts. (Nor-
rrove 26).

Y.M.P.C. vs. Leeward at Fosters

Y.M.P.C. 110 (Goddard 24, H.
Mandeville 15, Austin 16 not out;
Gilkes six for 54, Allen two for
21).

Leeward 28 for four ae. (Fos-





ter 15; Burke two for

W. Goodridge lbw Sealy 3
G, Harding c & b Lashley 41
E, Marshall lbw Lashley 0
W. Burke b_ Lashley id 16
Stanford b Sealy ae 1
KE, Edghill b Sealy 4 13
A. Nicholson c Williams b Sealy 5
Cox c Hughes b Sealy 2
White not out : 5
Extras 4

Total 123
Fall of widckets: 1/9, 2/18, 3/61, 4/71,
89, 6/90, 7/97, 8/115, 9/118, 10/123.

HOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo. M. R. W

1 Williams 5 2 12 1
V Callender :— ‘=
h Branker 12 1 7 -—
H. Sealy . » 3 33 5
Wu. Phillips . 1 - a4 —
Lashley 9 1 25 4

COMBERMERE—ist Innings

il, Sealy ec & b Matthews 0
I Branker c Edghill b Cox 8
A. Phillips not out 36
Hughes ¢ White b Cox 2
J. Inniss not out ‘ 4
Extras 5

Total (for 3 wkts.) 55
Pall of wickets: 1/0, 2/22, 3/28
BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. MR.
G Matthews 7 2 14 1
y Edahill 2 1 8 -
H. Cox 7 1 20 2
Nicholson 2 13

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Open Shooting
Events Begin

The shooting competition held
under the auspices of the Bar-
bados Rifle Association continues
this week. On Sunday morning at
6.30 o'clock the open events for
all visitors began at the Rifle
Range from the 200 yards bank
with competitors firing 7 rounds.

In the Class A open event Mr.

J. A. Sutton visiting marksman final.

from British Guiana top scored
with 34 points out of a possible
25, While in the Class B Mr. R. O.
Erowne top scored with 34 points
out of a possible 35.

Y-sterday at 6.30 a.m. the fifth
event in the open shoot continued

at the Government Rifle Range.
Competitors fired 10 rounds at
the 300 yards bank,

In this shoot the H.P.S, was

0, Mr. M. Hunter from Trinidad

top scored with 47 in the Class
A. while in the Class B, Mr. F.
3ello also from Trinidad top

scored with 45 points.
In the first two details smoke

from the B,U.O.C,_ interfered
with the target, while a heavy
wind at times blew from all

directions across the target,

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

Mr. F. D, Davis won the Rad-
cliffe Hall Challenge Cup which
was shot for by local marksmen |
at the Government Rifle Range}
when the local. shooting competi-|
tion continued in light varying}
winds and dusty conditions.

The shoot off for the cup was |
with three sighters by each com- |
sags and Mr. Davis scored two

ulls and an inner to beat P.C.
O. Shepherd three |
inners,

The open event for local marks- |
men and visitors took place, be-!
ginning at the 500 yards bank, !
competitors firing seven rounds to,
count. The H.P.S, was 35 points, |
and Mr. M. Hunter, Trinidad, |
reached the possible to repeat his |

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é results are as ee |
CLASS as follows: |
. Hunter, T’dad
F. D. Davis, B'dos., 3 ary +4
Dr. EB Richardson 33 4.00
Capt. C, Warner......... 33 3.00
R, 5s. M. H. Marshall., 32 2.00
M. R. De Verteuil 32 1.00
CLASS B. ;
F.C. O, Shepherd M4 $5.00
R. O. Browne., 33 2.00 |
Lt. E. R. Goddard 32 2.00 |
Sgt. K. Parris 31 1,50 |
BE. 3, PMTy.. ves esk 31 1,00
L. W. Hassell... 30 50 |
|

The results for Sunday's shoot are as
follows: —

OPEN EVENT CLASS A.—Prize List.



J. A. Sutton (B.G.) a4 $10.00
M A. Wight . 6.00
Mai. A. S. Warren 33 4.00 |
R.S.M., H. B. G. Marshall 33 3.00
N. J. Driver B.G. 38 1.00
OPEN EVENT CLASS B. !
R. O. Browne...... : “4 $5.00
F. BE. Edwards, B.G. 33 $3.00
Clip. K. Knight
(B'dos. Police) 32 2.00
H. C. Boyce 32 1.50
= Ee T. Perey et esss n 1,00
W. A. Richardson 31 50

The results for yesterday's shoot are

as fol'ows:—
OPEN EVENT CLASS A. Prize List.
M. Hunter (Trinidad) a7 $10.00
J. A, Sutton (B.G) 47 6.00
V. O'Neil (Trinidad) 46 4.00
Maj. F. Manley (B.G,).... 46 3.00
Dr. BE. Richardson (T’dad) 46 2.00
Capt. D. St. Aubyne (B.G) 45 1,00 —
OPEN EVENT CLASS B,
F. Bello (Trinidad)... 45 $5.00
Cc. Wilson as aba 45 3.00
R. S. Bancroft (B’dos) “4 2.00
. R. S. Yearwood oy 1.50
R. O, Browne a4 1.00
Â¥. J. Parry 43 50

The open events continues to-day.

re .
Windwards Win
(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. KITTS, Oct. 27

The Windward Islands won the
second Test match by 131 runs.
Windward Islands declared their
second innings closed at 128 for
8. Phillip scored 57 runs in 30
minutes, Crick 50 runs. G. Ed-
~vards took 3 for 21, BE. Matthews
took 5 wickets for 22,

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Merry, Secretary of the Board
would “rush” a copy of the itin-
trary at the earliest pessible op-
portunity.

at Jamaica, the programme fe-
mains the same as that submitted
by the W.LC.B.C.

The tourists are expected to ©

leave England on the 26th Decem=
ber by the S.S. Golfito, arriving
at Trinidad on the 4th January
where the first match will be
played.

The Golfito passes through Bar-
bados on its southbound trip to
Trinidad, and it is possible that
cricket fans here might get a

of the touring team.

SWIM FAVOURITE

The fast times recorded by
junior swimmers, particularly
girls, in comparison to seniors

during the past two years have

been maintained during the Eng~

lish championships at Hove
Sixteen-year-old York scnool-

girl Pauline Musgrove clocked the »
or li.

fastest time 69.6 sec. in the girls’

100 yards backstroke heats,
which makes her favourite for
Saturday's undefended



6 TRACTORS

Friday

.390, Prescod 104. Berbice scored
Jt was understood, however, that” 119 for seven at the close of play
with the exception of the canceila- ‘and resuming on Sunday took the
tion of the two-day Colts MateOSgcore to 178. Made to follow on
the home team helped by a fight-
-ng 61 notout by Cecil Paul and
bright un@efeated 24 by Moon-
sammy forced a draw by reaching
115 for two at the close of play.

MATCH DRAWN

i

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Jamaica Cricket |
Tour Closes

(From Our Own

The
osed

Jamaica
on
against a
The
Monday
ia Trinidad.

The Berbice match
when

Jamaicans
morning

Resuming
fisitors closed

on
their

Advocate

out on Sunday

3 runs respectively.

I
Standard in their second innings | 1

Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN,
cricket
Sunday with
Berbice County

Jamaica
first scored 296 for five.
Saturday,

held Standard to a
draw in a very exciting match at
glimpse of some of the members Orange Hill. Advocate who were
. 84 for seven in reply to Stand-
ard’s ist innings score of 117 were | Lou
soon
Denny tgok five for 33 Goodridge
and Headley two each for 23 and





OCT. 28

B.G.,
tour

a drawn |
|

took
for

plane |
home |

started on
batting

the
innings for



e people throughout Bridgeto’
Frade it ‘was lost saa

But boys what happefied reall:
\ White pepper got in the satice

You ask us how it happened
| Ana we now plainly state
Joe, Lou and le
Had a4 ding dong debate.

. .

.
got vex and she cleared out
Btating “boys I resign”

I €an’t support this ic
You all are too unki

for 96. O.

IT am a peaceful woman
hate men to back-bite
dissociate my

presence
after being 64 for no wickets de-| With both you boys to-night |

clared at 121 for six. C. Banfield,
Advocate pacé bowler in a spell of |

overs (7 maidens)

ets for 46 runs.

L

Given 143 to win

title scored 63 for seven, C. Clarke 32, |
». Grant 10, C. Jones |











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V. Clement took two wick=

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Al! Joe and Robert pleaded
Their pleadings were tn yain
While Lou grew more

took four And acted quite insane
.

|We can’t tell the whole story
Put try and understand
Whenever people “break-up”
Confusion takes command

. .

Advocate



9.

: — | It seems as if the fashion

To-day is to “declare war”

And even the peacemakers

Will fighting weapons borrow
. . .



‘\ hattle on in Korea

The same thing over here

And while the tactics differ

Some men still live in fear
.

One’s weapon is the rifle
The other's a bitter tongue
While some resort to fistie
So war is all around

. *

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And in assemblies too

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On topics old and new a
* .

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There's war sometimes in schools

There's war among the wise men

| There's war among the fools .

| .

| There's war inside the househotd

|} Even war among unborn
| Greater wars among the brethren
| There’s war every new morn. |

. .

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Avd in Christ Church grave yard
| Well boys the dead or living
i Per peace have no regard.
* :

| When will these battles over

; Con anybody tell? p

| When a few go on to heaven
And the others go to hei.

} . ; .

| But even then, remember

|Tf we war over here

| We must take that war-like spirit

| Wherever we £0; don't fear \

.

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TUESDAY OCTOBER 28. IS2 IIAKK MHIS U>V for having to summon them again yfstorday. he had no diubt that tht-v would Dr. A. G. Bancroft The death occurred at his residence Wood vi lie". Pontabelle on Sunday morning of Dr. A. G. Bancroft, retired Parochial Medical Officer of St. Michael. He was 63. Aubrey CJIyne Bancroft the s'>n of the late Mr and Mrs. Edwin Bancroft was educated at Harrison college after which he studied medicine at MeGIll University K %  *' fld that **> d" 1 noX %  "* lo Like many others he returned to rvm 111 "bout five days hearing Barbados and in a short time had tnr case Tncy had bPCn unable to established a wide practice He no *" v ,ne l ur v % %  * %  • attend the had been brought up in an atCourt ax a settlement had only moapbtre where racial differences fccen <*eathed on Siturday. Whatwere almost unknown, and so the evpT "light have been the merits young medical officer with his of tha ( tat, n settlement had been deep human sympathy and charmleached mainly for humanitarian Ing manner became a favourite %  'easons. He was glad that His with evaryone. In hit heyday high Learned Friend had been willing fee* ware few, ami far bet wean t < U" ciueslion of terms, and so his practice during these It Was GiMid years resolved iiself into a service His Lordship said thai it *rM to humanity. He was the most good that the two parties had been popular family doctor" and to able to come together and reach thousand* he was as a member of a decision in keeping with the dlcthe tamtly. Whether it was as a tateti of humanity Visiting Surgeon at the General Miss Kate Green, a clerk of Hospital, or as a Parochial McdiTweed-tide Road claimed SI.937 TO cal Officer ministering lo the sick special damages for loss and cxpoor. Aubrey Gtyne Bancroft carpenscs Incurred as a result of an ried a deep sympathy and a love accident with the lorry M 1656. •or humanity which made him betrie property nf the defendants, loved by all. He served too as Port jjon. G D. L. Pile, and Mr. C. Health Officer for many years and Svlv. the constituted attorneys of seamen arriving In port from all lhe Rl Horir sir Allan Lascelles parts of the world were glad to et fl) represented them, meet him again and when they did ^ iss c reen claimed that the denot see him. they enquired for him. fcndants through their servant Too strenuous a practice broke Gartteld Jemmott on Mav 22, 1948. his health and during a long period .„ negligently, reckteariy and unof sever* illness he was subjected ^liullv drove and manar.-d the to at many visits as he had done orrv M ., 656t the property of the in hi* daily rounds Sturdy and ,, cft : nd(intJi along Constitution with a will to work he resumed R d m Bno „„ ttruck and in duties again with as wide a prac. d h „ rld(n|I her bicycle Uc* as h* had ever had and It was h d ^ clamed tha typical of the man that he died lh „, o-e-gioned much pain. W. Indian Conference Delegates Announced PORT-OF-SPAIN AH but four of the fourteen West Indian lii-vernments I by the Caribbean Commission have named their delegates to the Filth SMaJon ol the West Indian ("onlnenc-e which meets on November 24 at Montego Bay. .. .i. Delegates have noi as yet been designated by the French Caribbean Departments and the British Leeward Islands. Ol the eighteen delegates so far even ..re members of -MKisIativr bodtel i rank Fallowing are %  titdalagajtel who have been appointed:-, HAMIIAIH.s (I i e H lm>Uiin I ; i %  uniTirui oi ii a. l> V tVbidio Mr.nbrr ft| It.* ii. ..... Mt oi DN HKinsH HOXDI'KAS Hsl ,>,. lval'lalivr I II .II I' i M. .... %  >" KfeaW) WQ. MM Mm.bar l llw Hi Uvt NaTiirm-ANna AVTII t.r.s I i, | .... M ..L.I. t l,„ a> I .W AT. IIICO H-a SaioiMl M Uuirwr.*. Pwidanl \|. Marias* Vilia...i.ga. CommHtnr Nrllwla' liedim Com miatUmrP ..I liU.ni Colon*! Alhrrl. Arillasa. Miin.i. A.d* to Ih* On ••no*. Mr. Loranao Cart-la Harnantfaa a i V..aii..nal Ed... Briilon (Urn. AmttnmU l>nr.i„i iMrW of Economic Dnxrrh Evono rair lkvfloDin.nl Admlni.tr al ton Mrs Adalaldr lU'rli Spe, I„I ASSM •nl to lha Comimaa tartar ot Labour Baa ON.,-... Cbbsf. Era*, mica LXvltkon Pun to rltco I'lanum. I*-.i.l Mr Roberto RsqrlM lUrert.. Aiwu,iral E>tai...an Bcrvlra, Di Martin HomanaW. Aataiat.' •Ion*. ol ASrirtilU.tr. Di Arlur. Hoqu*. Dliactoi. AsrXull aiaii. ""km insti l>. I MI caitM l'UrV Compani %  UrUMAM M. (. i' tiaasstaaa. Asneuitota Fnimrn ItaUa. tiiMriil ill AirU'WUn Aniii.il lluabandry and rMi i< A rairtar DUidm u Eoanomu Aflaii. TRINII>AD AND TOBAGO Ml. O C rapntaau Economic Ad on Sunday while ministering to prevented from workinit. and ,h.*k. With .he mark ol^aU, J2Z&7S2^toZ.^ !" already upon him ho heeded not „!,.•.•„„ ( „. UI .'-,| anil Kr& c iM^S2r.£S5 sakS-ssa-s. -. him. No Royal honours his or heroic acclaim as is in times of war but the love and sympathy of his fellowmen will serve to assuage the arlef oi a sorrowing widow, a daughter of the late Stephen Phillips and son. Mr. "Teena" Bancroft now in England. The flags of the business houses in tha City and some of the ships lying at anchor were flown at half riast yesterday and his funeral St. Michael's Liris scnooi Three Months' Imprisonment For Stealing Sentence of three months' imtook place at the Westbury Cerncprlionmem wlIh „,„, lttbour WM SSaSSS, 5TBS ..U'er'ed'fo ^^y %  -*bjt S ay their la Irihule to him (or n f. r ^" e '''"',;* vy ?""" %  ,. trate of District "A" who found Browne guilty of stealing 107froBl Adina Barker on Octo'"Tv'iTa-ne l ihi.-e previous convictions appealed BBSLLTS or THE OXFOBD A CAM. against Mr. Griffith's decision. %  aiiu.k GFNEBAI. itaTinCATE or The caaa of the prosecution was SDIfTION N KXAIMAT.ON Bt.D ha[ m (^^^f ]3 B rker h( nd Adam*. P <* PasaM m Script ma. ed Browne 10'for him to buy ciutu.h Lansuaar Bnaiuh uiarai.ira. tome rice for her. After getting HiMtarv f^ !"!" *^ ,„ fc.tp,,,,, .j.,. Ihe rice. Brownr was to leave the it.h Lansuaa*. Knsii.h l.iirraiur*. and flee ot u laundry for her to colHlatorr ],., %  Chandler. S. Z — Pal in Scrlptur*. *"?'' L n€U '*'Bn 1Uh uF>Wra. Browne never bought the rice ci..k. V. B.-Pa.--d in Scrlpiura. nor told Barker wh^t became of Enallah lar.Biu.e-' BnaiUh "Jicramr*. the money. *cS3L m K Ti^^i in Scrip.uK Before nienclng the defendKnsn-h l^isai! TirUiaritur*: ant His Worship Mr. Griffith told and Miatory. him that as he has three pret£A A rn.7,^^TU.', n ui. En ""nd vious eo.wict.ons he could do riwci. nothing else but to send him to Glbutn. D E -Paaaed In EnslLI. prison. '^^r'J^i'ifissrs^.. • -t ^.in .„ y lure Enallin Lana!• %  •. Ensll'h l.ilrraShilling and now you have tu go ... to prison;" His Worship Mr. THIS PILE DRIVER belonging to the Frsnkl Compressed PlU Co Ltd.. will begin driving pllas into tha grwd at tha apot onSroad Street which will accommodate part of the rn.w Barclay* Bank. It arrived lit the island on Wednesday by tha 8.8 %  PhUfHtopaar" Pile Driver Will Start Work Today To-day a pile driver belonumu tu the Kiunki Com pleased Pile Co., Ltd.. of London. England, will begin tu drive piles at the spot on which the Unique Arcade building was formerly situated. Part of the new Barclays Bank building will be on this spot. The pile driver .iiliicted much attention yesterday, n was the first time that many Barbadian* Were seeing a pile driver and they crowded the wharf and surrounding streets to w.iMi it being •i-eled. With but three arrival*, two U arrived on WedMeday by the schooners over the week-end and %  *• *' 'VJ }\ %  ?% " S, ". ,da ? r .. U WM duU reatei daj AlKraafc i.iiro Abie.i Ham bar o( Ihr II -., %  •>! Hr| -n Tnira*. Catnmi* %  I Aariculiurr and Conrmari'r %  VHINAH Ui A. 1. It. Smith, Minuter ol > and Tianwirl TRINIDAn AND TOBAQt) Hon AlWrt Coma-. Mlin.lei ..* 1 t boul. Canimate* ami lr.di..ti% Han V.1..1 liiian. Minuter <.l Ad rn-itlliit* and lands VIRC1IN WANDS or nir ua Chat |saj i I'nrLillan Cha>a, Three Ships Arrived l :|.il Council ul SI Cml' WINDWARD 1SLAMDS Hon. H D Shllllrulloid. C B E Member ol the laUlativ* Council. D-imlDka. Hon Dr C Q D UCoitimrr. Mmvfcir ot tho Latlalatlvo Cornell Si Adt iara who will accompany daVapaMa it-K-w HAimADoa Hii John SaiM. Kt C M'i O.B-1 II, Dlractnr. Sllai Tachr.r.h.*-. lalMt.Uirj Mi Paadatlrk Edward Millar. M C I" Mambai of tha Hotwe ol ,\. -I.'.IV JAMAICA 11.m Hatold Houatiton D Mr H K Ven-lrsev JF 111 MB. Mrn.lwi. Induatnal Daval opn.cnt Corporation. Mi O. O R. Sharp, OP.F Cli-im.an Aan,,.l lural Di'velopiiirnl Corporation; Mr J. %  CI#S. Under Se.retai. 'Ec Uovaanmant o( Jamaica NETHEhLANDe ANTlLUga Dr r J D. Ptopar rh.el ln.litrial Ralatlona Curaiwt li* I'etniH-um litduiUloa Maatachappi. Mr E F rlaad ol th v niu.uui i Train ,. Lsaa <> % %  BsatMSffl M' II I' Member al gurculiv* COUntll ., MianDr J H We.t Mr Snloman H.^h..., Commiolane of labour VIRtilN ISUMIS Of TillI'-i Mr Uot....i, Skewh. Praaldenl Vi< %  in l.l.ndCorporation. Mr C Ir. rlerirk DI...:. Supetlnlendanl ol fdn canon. Mr A Mahlon lindvi at. ThomaDavalopmaP A..U.orll. Di O C Canesata A,' i iiiii.iTHiu! st CroU At this stage it is estimated thki I .1 total of approximately 110 dele I gates, adviser* and observer \. i, attend the Cuiferenie Tiii-\ v*il be housed In three hotels. Monte I haltman go Deach Hotel. Casa Klaneu H>te DRINK CLAYTONS .'tut the Chatham Hotel. Mrwill be held a: the Montego H;i Countrv Club. Patronal Festival Tha i'..tninal Festival at Si Judel Caureh bnsliu to-day. Tiii evening ut 4 o'clock the Ur. Bl>h>p the Rl. Re\ C. 1, G M.m Seville will confirm 3S candidate 1 11 o| Ainmi anman and in ethers are girls unit women. £35 FINE FOR It Capetown: An Indian grocer. E •op Parker, who sold a small parcel of tea. sugar and soap for V%  %  l : ..l *.r Mir.I t:i5 b> a %  magistrate because the control!" price of Ihe goods amounted onl l„ 2s Id Schooner crews were seen reremoved to Its present spotAlso on the spot is a cemcnl ltT"" ;-.^* nr"" % % %  ."*" "I, mixer belonging to the ^.me coning under the J^vasaaaof pany. Mr. O. Caullleld „ superv.s, ing the work. Twu uf his staff. Mr. T. Coit-or nnd Mr J Smith are from England but the other workers are Barbadians. The pile driver gej &f is o aaat* la their respective vessels, some mending sails and others cleaning the decks. Those dealers in the wood and coal trade, who had come to tin £^. iw *e..&.^'sfm *Tffl ^^^.^.v^rt^r'rnHfrT.^-i^ nothing in their tarts. Similarly sink into the earth from UWeS t fruit hawkers were disappointed about six piles a day. The pile will in finding that neither of the veshe Mink about 40 feet, sell which arrived had fruit as Mr. Caulfleld told the Aahecatr part of their cargo. % %  in.i.-iv thai thej. hava n accidents dtirniR their operations. SIDE ATTRACTION Tliov hnv, :,he.nl. rJoM worli Ul — — %  — Irtoidad and JamaJca and < xneet A side attraction, however, t „ return lo Janulca afler site was the pile driver which was drivlntl is completed here put into operation on the Bar^^^^^^^^~ clays' site. This attracted the attention of passcisby who dur the early morning stood ing the operation for vei |.rv;oi|.. CHIEF ITEM iitrhlong ANNUAL MISSIONARY MEETING TONIGHT Tha Aiinu I M.'ion.rv Meeting of ihe Sharon M Church will t;.ke place thiilng at 7 3D O'clock Ti V Ta-ad Ensll.h JZSEi v -"~ — crimm ..id. Km. I M I'M In Eramh LanADJOURNED tuaw, En.llih Ui.ia.ur. and French. .'""."iVnll.'Stin' Thelr Honours Mr. H. A "So ri ?;irf in IS Vau.h.,i. and Mr. A. J. H H.nl.it.r.tur. schell in Ihi* Asautant Court of tSirBJ^: "JS^SJf """'' %  *fg-l rrdjy .djourncd unsmcier L A—Paaaad in Eniiuh til November 1" the case in which Lansyas" Lewis Griffith of Roaches, St. tS un.4 .T r^V* C Lucy, it claiming filO damages mi. from the defendants Hilary ... ..Vr,., .-,,^ .. %  %  %  .-. Chandler and Iretha Chandler MR. TUDOR LECTURED I r Roaches. St. Lucy for cutOver the week-end Mr. J. ting down trees in his land at Cameron Tudor gave a lecture at Roaches on December 11 last St. Mark's Bovs' School to Styear. Mark's Old Scholars' Association Mr. J E. T. Brancker Is apon "British Parliamentary Propcaring on behalf of the defend• On Pate Hi — f ..,..-* ; . Guest Speaker will be Rev. fran* __ Lawrenca "f the James Sttee' l *'iodlst Church and UM I man will le Mr l( II Will an-i (if the YMCA. It is expected thai Rev A C Copra was the chief item the cargoes of the iwo schooners which arrived in port over the week-end from St. Vincent. The •ehooners, the M rutelay II and the Bel Queen brought 1.110 fi." Pilgrirn' M.A.. will deliver the bags of copra to the island. HeMissionary Report, sides the cargo of copra, other cargo Included a number of UMM pumpkins. • Toe Mandalay II is under the command of Captain R. Mitchell while captain Mnrtin King is in command of the IVI Qaeen Both vessels are consigned to the Schooner Owners' Awoelatio-i SEEB TtME AT LAST!! ZINNIAS-GIANT MIXED -I'hlox ZINNIAS—ClANT DA1II.IA--Aters ZINNIAS -LILLII'UT IMunian I'AI.I.IOPSIS—SALVIA -Cnsiii.i. CANDY TUrT DIAN11IUS A(,K DATUM—SNA1 ...(AGON BATCHEL0R BUTTONS N I! Tin' ... will I"' •ullural Show. full bloom Ir Ihe HorliKNIGHTS DRUG STORES ALL BRANCHES The largest Assortment o/ PAIN'S FIREWORKS ever seen in Barbados is now on show al WEATHEHIIEAD'S HUM. STOKE Cut out this list and put the amount you need next to the name of the Firework and send it to — WEATHERHEADS at once for your supply cedure. 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ee

WHAT'S ON TODAY

E _

ting of House of Assembly

3.00 Rm

ting, Government

. Rifle
Range

e Band Concert,
Hospital

Mental!

B.C Films High
school Mer

Mobile Cinema, Lascelles

Modern

10.30 a.m

63am
4.30 p.m

7.00 p.m

Plantation Yard, St. James 7.30 p.m



Gen. Ramcke Says Amet
Are The Real War Criminals

ESTABLISHED 1895

IKE ASKS



REPUBLICAN nominee Gen, Dwight
D. Eisenhower addresses the Al«
fred E. Smith Foundation dinner

in New York He told his listen-
ers that the “deadly challenge”
by the Communists can only be



conquered through unity and
faith—“unity of purpose with the
whole frec wld.” and “faith
that dem:

the only just

Way of life.” (international)



Kenya Police
Smash Tribal
Meeting

Police smashed an illegal
tribal meeting on Nairobi out-
skirts after firing at the main
speaker who fled but was arrest-
ed later when he sought medical
aid at a local dispensary for an
arm wound.

Twenty-two others of 40 Afri-
cans at the meeting were round-
ed up for questioning Emer-
gency decrees invoked last week
to combat the anti-white Mau

Mau _ terrorists ban all native
meetings held without govern-
ment consent .-——-C.P.



Gen. Eisenhower
Intends Going

To Korea

ENROUTE WITH GENERAL
EISENHOWER, Oct. 27.

General Eisenhower carried on
the presidency campaign in Penn-
sylvania today by reasserting his
intention to go to Korea person-
ally, if elected President, in an
effort to work out a plan whereby
South Koreans will take over “the
defence of their front lines.”

He said he ‘would not be “de-
terred” in his plan “by any criti-
cism that any partisan wants to
make.” This was his defence
against charges by Stephen Mit-
chell, Democratic national chair-
man that his plan to go to Korea
was for “grandstand purposes” and
the suggestion by Mr, Stevenson
that the Eisenhower plan might
lead to expansion of the war.

Expanding on his proposal for
greater use of South Korean troops
to permit moving U.S, soldiers in-
to reserve positions in Korea, Gen.
Eisenhower said one major reason
behind his suggestion was that “in
Korea there is a population that
covets and wants to defend ‘its
own territory.” We must not den;
them the right to do their utmost.”

—U.P. Trade later this week,—U.P. fe



TRINIDAD WATER

\ entrance

$id, in. aonngraeer etal
. Garher’s business at March-



uxity, Veterans Organization

| Disagrees With Him

VERDUN, Germany, Oct. 27.

war criminals”.
Bernhard Ramcke, ex-General ——————_____

of the German Parachute Corps 1

bers at the Organisation's nl Red Truce
Negotiators

Protest

post-war re-union yesterday:
“the real war criminals are those
PANMUNJOM, Oct. 27,

who threw atom bombs on
Nagasaki or who now prepare
atom bombs to start a new war.
But war criminals are never sol-
diers who do their duty”.

Immediately afterwards one-






















time S.S. General, Felix Steiner,} Communist armistice negotia-~
called a special press conference |tors #ccused U.N. to-day of drop-
to announce that the Veterans’ |Ping “slanderous” leaflets in the |
Organization would bear ho re- Panmunjom neutral area and
sponsibility for the possible |!0dsed a protest, The protest came |
political consequences of Ram- |i". note handed to the U.N, at a
cke’s ie trief Liaison Officers’ meeting.

He claimed that former iilit-
ary S.S. men “in no way agreed
with Ramcke’s remarks”. He said
the General spoke as an individ-
usl and not as an official Waffen
S.S_ Representative.—U.P.

C.LD. Check
On Recent
Thefts

A Police
side,

It said the U.N. dropped 25
theusand yard zone Saturday.

test”,



ment and strictly
will not occur.”

Although the leaflets were not

described, they were probably
surrender leaflets dropped to Red
troops close to the Panmunjom

area. An investigation of a similar
incident several weeks ago dis-
closed that the leaflets probably
were carried into the conference
site by the wind,

‘e€ van with prisoners in-
which was parked at the
to Busby Alley, from
James Street, for over an hour
yesterday attracted much atten-
tion, Members of the C.LD. were
carrying out investigations in con-
nection with a number of thefts
which were recently reported,
Two men have been arrested in
connection with the thefts, One
arrest was made at New Orleans
and the other at Reed Street
One of the thefts occurred be-
tween October $ and 10 when over

—UP.

New Typhoon
Hits Philippines

MANILA, Oct. 27.

A new typhoon slammed into
the Central Philippines on Sun-
day night appearing heavier than
whe an that battered the
ed northern Samar find whip
ping h waves along the east
yn



field, St. Philip, over $600 worth
of articles were stolen

WALLET STOLEN.

Harold Burrowes, of Retreat, St.
George, reported that his wallet
containing $9.20, a gold ring val-
ued $10, and a wrist watch valued
$12, was stolen from his pants
pocket. The pants was hung up on
a tree at Greaves End Beach, St.
Michael.





POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER



Glass Nose

RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct, 27. |
One of four British Canberra,
jets now Here smashed its glass |
nose when it collided with a giant;
vulture over Sao Paolo on a trial
flight. It returned to Rio de Jan-
eiro without mishap. Further
flights were banned until new
glass was flown from mee 2”
—U-P.

|
U.K. Jet Smashes |
|



CIGAR REPRESENTATIVES
IN LONDON

LONDON, Oct. 27. f

Jose L, Piedra and Jorge Posse
representatives of Havana Cigars
arrived with a scheme to barter
Havana cigars for 150,000 pre-
fabricated houses.

Cuban manufacturers have been
unable to increase their sales of
cigars into Britain since the war
because of lack of dollars.

So Posse and Piedra have come
to London with the suggestion that
Britain should supply 150,000
prefabricated houses in an ex-
change deal. The balance of dol-
lars would, they say, buy many
more cigars and many other goods
from Cuba. They expected to pre-
sent their system to the Board of







‘““~—and this, Lady
Littlehampton, is our
eldest who's majoring in

economics «i Vassar.”





POLO TEAMS LEAVE



Sunday with a Presentation
THE TRINIDAD Water Polo teams which ended their tournament here a
match, seen here just before they left for Trinidad Sunday night. Both Barbados Men’s and Ladies
feams won all their encounters against the visitors convincingly.

‘Darvbados

_ The Waffen S.S. Elite Guards of the Veterans Organi-
zation sought today to disassociate itself from a former Nazi
General who charged that the Americans are the “real |

“I hereby lodge with you a pro-
wrote North Korean Colonel
Chang Chun San, “and ask that
your side truly abide by the agree-
restrain your! en
personnel so that similar incidents



=—— =

TUESDAY,

*
Hurricane
ml ‘
Going East
MIAMI, Oct. 27.
The Caribbean hurricane
continued to swing eastward
in the Atlantic tonight and
appeared to be losing force as
|} it moved away from the
Bahamas. At 1] p.m. an ad-
|| Visory from the Miami Weath-
er Bureau said the disturbance
was about 225 miles east
|} southeast of Nassau moving
|} east or east southeast at about
|} eight miles an hour,
| The hurricane swirled over
} Cat Island in the Bahamas

chain earlier Sunday but no
@amege Was riperted (C.P.)

Miners Asked
To End Strike

“: WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.
Mr, John L. Lewis today 01

|



“slanderous” leaflets into the one |&™ed 350,000 mine workers ‘to

the nationwide soft coal strike “at

His telegraphed order to striking
miners followed President Trua



QCTOBER 28, 1952











j





ee

from AU Quarters:

No Time To
‘Mind His Own |
Business

*
»° ~fiington: A oublic accountant
\ Specialises. im preparing in-
co%- tax returns for busy farmers,
“vas fined £8—for failing to make
returns of his own. An Inland
Revenue inspector told the magis-
trate that the accountant had
never made a personal return in|
is life }
Madrid: What is said to be the!
rgest vine in the world belongs
farmer hear Vigo. It covers
‘) square yards, and every year
| produces 25,000 bunches of grapes
4 hich in turn make 20 large bar
ls of wine.
| Buenos Aires: Fifty Peronist
| policemen at Cordoba have been
married in a single ceremony. It
| was the biggest mass wedding to
pape in Argentina.



'

|
}
|

* Rome: Every year one million
| Africans become Roman Catholics,



spector and two constables rushed
to the seashore after receiving re-

Advorate

PRICE: FIVE
FROM WORLD TRAVEL CONGRESS |
|



=
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT










Rainfall from Codrington: â„¢
Total Rainfall for month t

date. 6.54 ine
Highest Temperature 06 5
Lowest Temperature: ¢°5 F
Wind Velocity 13 er per hou
Barometer (9 a.m 2° ¢°3 pom 20. &

Â¥

Sunrise 5.30 a
Sunset: 5.49

Moon: First
Lighting: 66
High Tide: 1
Low Tide: 6

Season

| Predicted

Do~bados cab expect 2 buonper
tourist seacon this year as there
is every likelihoe4 of more visitors
E ming to the island to spend the

Mader. octorer 38

CENTS



winter vacation from the U.S.A.
and Canada, said Mr. Winston B.
Ward of Paradise Beach Club
and Mr. Peter G. Morgan of St.
Lawrence Hotel.

Mr. Ward and Mr. Morgan re-
turned here on Sunday night
| from Miami via Jamaica ane
| Trinidad by BIW.LA. where they
had represented the Barbados
| Hotel Association, the Barbados
| Publicity Cornmittee and Messrs.
} Robert Thom, LAd,. Travel Agents,
jet the World Travel Congress

pcnsered by the Americam Soviety
}of Trevel Agents,

At the Ciaugntion which tasied
Preemr-@crober 20-224 rtrere were
|; 1,500 delegates from 54 different
; countries and territories and they
; wee able to meet travel agent
}ind transportation representatives
(reseonsible for sending visitors te
larbados
j irt from displaying their fold«
er the Borbadi delegat ;
ibl lo oy



yin the various
40S, many thing thout the
island with which they were not
eonvergant and which would in-
terest visitors a great deal
Mi wy of the agents
t ed with what the island had
{t fer as an all year round re-
4 in the way of hotel aceommo-

were im-



ormerly would not have travelled

8 far as Barbados before would

{

once”, Mr, Lewis telegraphed | according to figures released by ,( Ulon and climatic conditions,
Union district leaders Seremnee | nce Vatican, Catholics in Africa cy said, and added that they
“urging each member of our | re now 15,600 000 compared with were quite sure that by sending
union to return to work at once”! 19,000,000 Protestants, 70,000,000 j repre entatives to attend the con-
while Government reviews the! Moslems and 97,000,000 Pagans. | ference, Barbados was going to

al contract. wage decision, i Lagos, A swallow ringed in Heli- MR. PETER MORGAN of the St. Lawrence Hotel and Mr. Winston | '°! efit tremendously as a result,

The Wage Stabilization Board] eoland, German North Sea island,| Ward of Paradise Beach Club, the two Barbados delegates who attend- far as they could see, the
‘ut 40 cents from the $1.90 daily | has been caught in Eastern Nige- ed the World Travel Congress organized by the American Society of rormal trend was that the tourist
wage increase Mr. Lewis negotle] ria, , Travel Agents at Miami, Florida from October 20—24. j tee ia from North America was
ated with the soft coal industry, Georgetown, B.G: An armed in- - - i chitin nace ° coming further south, Visitors who

man’s personal intervention,

Mr. Lewis said: “It will require
a reasonable time for the review
of the facts and the reaching of @
| decision.

“It is my opinion that our fy
dustry shouid be operating during
that period and that the best ims

terest of the mineworkers and the

public will thus be served.” Mr,
Lewis asked district leaders to
notify all miners and

to request
tullest co-operation.”

—U.P.

R.A.F. Plan

r I PP ha =e”

‘theiz



MELBOURNE, Oct. 27,

A Royal Australian Aijrforce
air sea rescue craft late to-day
picked up one of the rubber
emergency dinghies of the miss-
ing RAF Dakota which disap-
peared at sea in a rainstorm. It
had aboard a crew of four in-
cluding a woman clerk and two
rain-making scientists.

Police said heavy seas would
|have swamped the dinghy which
was found with some of the
crew’s personal effects and there
was little chance of survivors
having reached the shore

The scientists were R. S, Styles

and F. F. Cambell from the Com- |;

monwealth Scientific Research
Organization engaged in rain-
making experiments. They had

left Sydney this morning to ob-
serve a rainstorm some 50 miles
out to sea. Radio contact was
jlost after the pilot reported that
the assignment had been com-
pleted and that he was return-
ing to the base.—U.P,





GEN. UTILI DIES

} MILAN, Italy, Oct. 7

| General Umberto Utili (57),
Military Commander wf the Milan
area, died to-day.

—U-P.



Three Charged With
Robbery Of Pay-Roll

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Oct, 27.
Police on Sunday arrested three men and charged)
them with robbery in connection with the daring holdup} ‘prised
of Plantation Port Mourant pay-roll the previous Friday.
J ~ . Mahammed

The aceused are
Salim Khan, chauffeur, who was
driving the estate car which was
held up and robbed of a canis-
ter with part of the estate work-
ers’ payroll totalling $34,756,
|Samaroo Carmiah of “Miss
Pheobe” village, Corentyne Coast,
|end Mohammed Ezaz of Port
Mourant,

The Police disclosed that only
$21,255 were recovered of the
stolen money, The amount recov-
|ered was found in the possession
of Samaroo at Pin. Albion, 12
miles from New Amsterdam.

The motor car driven by Khan
;was carrying the weekly payroll
from New Amsterdam Bank to
|the estate when it was held. up
tby two masked men armed with
a “‘hotgun, who escaped with a
‘canister of money on horseback
iIn the car were the estate chief
| accountant and two clerks.

| Vietminh Increase

Offensive
HANOI

shoved the





Oct. 27
bulk of
further

| Vietminh
| their offensive force
ards the Black River ir
vestern Indo-China. French
forces prepared to counter
enemy attempt to cro
river. —C.P

south tow
north-

Unior

~~ pi

ports that a giant size monster was
searing fisherrnen, It turned out
to be a 24-foot two*ton live whale
that had drifted into shallow water
from the Atlantic. The policemen
assisted in dragging it ashore.

Sydney: Australia’s unemploy-
mont rate, said Prime Minister
Menzies this week, is eight per
thousand of the working popula-

te -the lowest in the world

States Marines off the top of

and ‘the only thing that might
; cause a depression is talking about

| one. —L.E.8,

in bitter close



known whether the Chinese

The bus stop to the south of
the Public Building on Trafalgar
Sireet poses a problem to motor-
isis travelling up that Street,
Recently, a new traffic sign was
placed on that Street directing
notorists to use the right side of
the street if they want to divert
» the Victoria Bridge, and those

“i a - na VRAD
= hands in the Past 24 hours, |
~DiNese took dt last

troops into an assault north o
horangpori of the lowland
coast route to the south,

Counter attacking to-day men |
of the U.S. First Marine Division |
stormed up the ridge through a/|
hail of ‘Communist fire to re-|
capture the crest.

west
'

Communists Drive
Marines From Hill

Heavy Communist artillery fire tonight drove United
a few hours after “Leathernecks” recaptured the high point
uarter fighting. A marine officer said that
though the Leathernecks abandoned the position, it was not

Jt was the third time the ridge

Weal night when
wom “irott-andieia the main! More

ow be doing so as

their over all
| xpenditure
|

would be about the
ame as if they had stopped short.

This they pointed out, was due
meinly to the reasonable rates
the island had to offer in com-

parison to those in the other places.

Another interesting point why
visitors were going to come te
these parts was due to the fact that
‘he Conference was held at Miami
aid the focus of everyone was
en(vred on the Caribbean.

NMiv. Ward and Mr. Morgan also
stepped at Puerto Rico and Kings-
ton, Jamaica where they visited
travel agents and hotel personnel
rying to influenee people to come
tiere for their holiday:

TOKYO, Oct. 27.






the west front’s “Hook Ridge”

had re-occupied the crest.

‘Terrorists D

eaving Teheran

TEHERAN, Oct. 2%.
Twenty-three members of the
British Embassy staff and their
families left Sunday by air fot
Baghdad and London, The depart
ure of all British diplomats in

TUNIS, Oct. 27.

Terrorists seriously damaged a
giant electric transformer and
partially destroyed the villa of the
Sadiki Hospital’s chief surgeon
in renewed bombing attacks.

; ; a ; is expecte be completed
oing direct, to use the left side} Then came a murderous bar-| ‘rhe villa of Dr, Alah Azaiz at hans to be com}

f the street, j rage of artillery fire and Marines 1a Marsa was unoccupied when |" naive conungent left last
With the bus stop in its present} were foreed to retire. At dusk, | the powerful explosive reduced night, They were seen off at the

position, traffic which is going|Chinese still held three other | 6), wing to rubble early this airport by Charge D’Affaires Mr

direct to St. Michael's Row must i

pT etree

the |

|wait behind the bus when it stops
j{o put down or take up passen-
cers. Then, the driver of the bus
| must get his vehicle over to the
right side of the street, very
loften interfering with the order-

ly movement of traffic on this
«treet.
Some motorists express the

view that the stop should be re-
moved from its present position,
while others who think it could
remain, suggest that the new
‘traffic sign should be removed,
thereby allowing drivers and cy-
‘elists to continue, and indicate
when they are going to turn into
Bridge Street.



Iraqi Parliament

Dissolved

BAGHDAD, Oct. 27.

A Royal decree issued today
dissolved the Lraq Parliament and
ordered a general election to take
place within 60 days.

Elections were fixed for Novem-
ber when Premier Nuri Al Said

esigned in July to pave the way
for the formation of a neutral
cabinet to arrange elections.
| The neutral Cabinet was headed
y Premier Mustafa Al Umari and
non-Party Ministers.
} taking over it issued a state-
brnent of policy declaring it would
[ Inaintain “complete neutrality” in
conducting the November general
cfections.—U.P.





" p y .
Final Selection
The final selection of recruits

for the local Police Force will be

gnade to-day by Colonel R. T

Michelin, Cornmissioner of Police.

Twenty will be chosen out of 33

probables who were selected yes-

terday .

Originally, 600 young men ap-

plied for the 20 vacancies, and
‘his number was reduced to 64
from whom the 33 ‘robables

were s@lected yesterday



5 Students Pass

| Two candidates
University of London
tate Examination in Divinity and
jihree the Examination for the
jP ploma in Theology in 1952.

passed the
Intermedi-

outposts on high ground domina- |
ting the confluence of the Sami- |
chon and the Imjin river,

Wave after wave of United
Nations warplanes had backed up
the Marines counter - attack,
Spraying Communists with rocketa
every half hour. British, Ameri- |

can and Australian pilots flew |
numerous missions during the
day, —U.P. \



Prince Bernhard
On Goodwill Tour

AMSTERDAM, Oct, 27,

Prince Bernhard left aboard the
first Royal Dutch Airlines KLM
liner to Mexico for a goodwill
mission in four Latin American
countries,

Queen Juliana and the Royal
couple’s four daughters saw the
Prince off at Schiphol airport. The
Prince will visit Mexico where he
will open big Dutch exports in
Mexico City, Colombia, Peru and
Geuador. He is expected back in
Holland early in December,
| —U.P.

S.S. De Grasse
“Expected Today

fre French s.s. De Grasse is
cue to arrive in Carlisle Bay this
morning about ten o’elock from
lrinidad and is expected to sail
tor Southampton about midday
iking with her four passengers
from this port

Messrs Rt. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.,
are the local agents,

Charged With
Murder

Thirty-seven-yea>-old
Bishop of Lower Carlton, St.
James, has been arrested by the
Police and charged with murder-
ing Eldina Hall (28) between Oc-
toker 14 and 17.

FIVE WILL REPRESENT
WINDWARD ISLANDS

From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, W.1I., Oct. 27. |
Nominated by Governor Arun-
dell to represent the Windwards|





James



P.LS. Archer and J. W. L. G.} L@gislatures at the Coronation are |

Clarke both students at Codring- |

ton College passed the Inter-

jmediate Examination in Divinity;
Elder |

|while E. L. Payne and P.
of Codrington College and G. E.

Vaughan a private student passed | 7,
the Examination for the es
jin Theology in one part only

Hons. T. A. Marryshow, C.B.E ‘|
Deput President and ~ Senior
Elected Member for Grenada
W.A. Hadley, nominated Mem-
ber for St. Vincent. J. L. Charle
Senior Elected Member for St

ucia; H,. D. Shillingford, C.B.E
and Sé@nior Electea Member fr
Dominica



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morning.

The attack followed the bomb-
inw yesterday of a villa belonging
to Dv, Azaiz’s brother, Mokhtar
Azaiz in the beach resort suburb
near Tunis.

The electric transformer was
put out of service by the heavy
damage and power from Sakiet to
Dahir was cut.—U.P,

——SSSSS SS

INCREASES IN
TOBACCO, WE

TOBER 1952, TO
PRICES OF



George Middleton.

Mr, James Wakeline, represen-
tative of the British Council in
Iran said he was winding up the
affairs of the Council and of the
Anglo-Iranian Institute in Tehe-
ran although the Iranian Govern~
ment had made no request that he

should do so. _ur.

ALL SMOKERS

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THE DUTY OF

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on . 3 ® the restaurant proprietor, “if
Few Days Thanks 3 By M. Harrison-Gray : the menu is in French,” It might ‘the blood stream of i i Pa
RS. M. SHERMAN who’ had M* and MRS. B. AVERBOUKH : Dealer: South ; be fun to test them with gibber- fit and free from these and similar PMEUMATIC
been st ling a few days in express their gratitude and ; East-West game : isn Trompettes de y Chaugran, complaints. Be sure to ask for
the island left for Trinidad over thanks to the Hospital Staff and) § N : Sauce Mazoule, Petits Baraques 9 ACHES
the week-end by B.W.I.A. She is well wishers who visited Mrs.| 3 0173 5 Audemarois, Gifle de Paravent R onlin
Thies oa ing her successful | $ 942 § |la Fourchette, Timbales de PAINS
Passenger Representative of Averboukh during er successful | § 8K Q8432 : eee s NEURITIS
Sc andinavian Airlines System operation at the; General Hospital. : 2352 i | Next day a young man in a d Mixture
Inc., California, They left the island on Saturdays § w £ : | Mayfair bar will be heard say- LUMBAGE
* * * for Trinidad where Mr, Averbou, OA Q6 09842 3 | ing. “They do the baraques bet-
LSO leaving by the same op- > Gocerese yee = od Yatton? A 6 - aay ? |ter than anywhere else in Jone
portunity was Miss Thea Projects in Diego Martin. 2. 4 $ |don.’ And that evening his frien ‘a 2 .
Carlson who was paying a short Routine Visit i 7 &K98 na $ Ft will say to the girl with him. I we Oe RE oe Te CLL
visit to Barbados. R. W. WOODHOUSE|} OKIWS5 : ladvise the baraques. They do guasets“sehaes: =. -------—-
Miss Carlson is Passenger Rep M A.R.LBA. Building De-| 9 Q 103 § |them frightfully well here.” The
resentative of Elliot Travel Ser- velopment Adviser to the Comp-} 24 36. i | wine: waiter might even be able
vice, California. troller for Development and Wel-! Q0 3 # |to unload a bottle of Chateau
Mrs, Sherman and Miss Carlson fare, left yesterday for Antigua.| ‘ At poh. abies wet ? -| Coeacole on them.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ian He has gone on a routine visit ouble uth’s opens 3 Si » in court
i . “ é ” ‘ No-Trump (weak ver § cene in
Niblock, : Clevelands, Britton: and expects to be away for about ae a this, hand from R. JUSTICE .COCKLE-
Cross Road. a week, match ‘play bur the North CARROT was _ yesterday
, To Join Wife players tried different | : hich cb
Graduated obstruction tactics. $ | hearing a case in whic
TRR. ST. ELMO THOMSON, an R. N. E. RICHARDS of the}}? In Room I North's Two ; | kipper-tinting firm. (Fishglamour
d Harri Y Shell Caribbean Petroleum}; No-Trumps was a sem § | Ltd.) accuses a Mrs. Rixtable of
old Harrisonian has recently ~— ” : Rae abelian ; psychic. and ne courageousty } li into their warehouse and
cradhus %e i rey Company in Maracaibo, arrived}; © * : 1 | cycling into |
graduated in Canada and is at- ' 3 stood West's second double ; : arine glue over a heap
ache 2 i here on Sunday night by B.W.1.A./% for a toss of 100 points after § | pouring m e 0 p
tached to the Ontario Hospital. , Trinidad to joi inc ife|2 the leadot © 8 t had no ¢ [of fish, A remarkable interruption
His father recently returned {10m Denice eck ago and ic|{ problem. © double of any ? |cccurred, A man wearing a
from Canada where he went to Who came in a week ago and is)? flo No-frump cai) being 3 | sou'wester and oilskins jumped
witness the Graduation. a guest at Paradise Beach Club: for penalties 2 |te his feet and claimed the
A Daughter {¢ | Phe othe: North jumped 3 | hicycle. asked his name, he said,
ONGRATULATIONS to. Mr.|} 19 Three Diamonds s purely 3 | Resale. kgm.” “Who is this
4 and Mrs. W. “Nat” Maugitan?} ation. and West doubled } | foolish seaman?” asked Cockle-
of Bay Street on the birth of a) again. Lacking a iong eas : ecrrot, After much whispering tt
daughter. Both mother and babe : re Phen West would : was established iad Wi kere
are doing fine. ~1% bid Four Diamonds 1 he § | Was a_ slot mac Fae doen
Trinidad Magistrate 5 ti wanted @ response sof 3 ppamed Heney ean out the
a st's } Ss ‘
R. KEITH GORDON, Magjg- i earta Mabey “struck oil : | Sudge. “At any moment,” shouted
% trate of Trinidad, who as; West raised to Four which i ‘the man, “I may run away to
ts on long leave in England, left over could not be defeated wg | sea.” Mrs, Rixtable fainted, and

MRS. A. G, STUART was “At Home” on Sunday morning to His
Excellency the Governor and Lady Savage.

IS Excellency the Governor

Lucky Winners
and-Lady Savage were guests

i ‘4 . : ‘ .
: HE results of the Lucky and infant dauchter, Susan. adjourned pending inquiries,
of Honour when the Revuedeville usnthars avawrn abithe Wale While in: Batbados: the Gordons Listening Hours
Dancing School were At Home at

at the Ursuline Convent on Satur-

the weék-end by B.W.I.A. for St
Lucia where he will spend a holi-
day with his brother, Mr. H. Gar-

net Gordon, Editor of The Voice:}*

He was accompanied by his wifé

were the guests of Mr.





Loadon Erv

vige.

on coming to, cried, “He is my
son! He did it for me.” “Did
what?” asked Cocklecarrot.
“Whatever he has done,” sobbed
the woman, The case was then















r and Mrs.} 4007.15 pm. — 25 Sami, 31.32m
“Norham,” on Sunday morning. ay have now come to hand. The F, A, C. Clairmonte of the Garden, } - — --— ~ ed q |
The Party rendered a few num- nll sh Bt follow a dy: No Worthing. I 2 at = eed Spee Seeaiaerd el
¢ — ¥ os >sults as ows ads . vily Service: 5 p.m. New ;
bers eee and in the ant 2744..Gentleman: 2481, Girl: 3399 i p.m. Dworak. 5.18 p..-Uisteners® 0 A)
numbers the Governor joined. will . 9 Choice; 5.45 p.m. Think on These Things; |
soe tdition to any expressiow ait: Stk MAaiegia8092. § 0 p.m. Ulster Magazine; 6.13, p.m, TT a7 PILLS (;
" . 7} : aie ove: maieel Me>t ne lommonwealth; S mM. \
pis fr supporto ge wit The Kanner are, ask fo | Nis Reta ar tne ily Hr a datey vent
or the future the Party a ca a onv or : | 7.00 p.m. The News; 10 p.m. Home ; y
Guests were exceptionally pleased prizes, Dr. ST. ELMO THOMSON i News Rrom Britain, Bring Prompt Relief from unexcelled for the economical
with His Excellency’s accome- 74k5—10 30 p.m. — 49.71m BACKACHE (4 ee of sary Se ne f
paniment at the piano while mem- | _ sits ae ie ees HEADACHE Handling is easier because °
bers of the Party sang. } 7.15 p.m. Rendevous; 17.45 » i. RHEUMATISM excellent visibility for the tt
cf . > he i able “Joe : 7 Personal Portrait; 8.00 p.m. Charlie ing circle, Driver’s
x was left to the nee — | FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1952 | jc... 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 8.30 een er ae 2 :
Tudor” to express with a j Dvorak: 8.45 p.m. Report From ; doors —
try of clowning, the deep | Look in the section ih which your|2.jtin: 9 00 p.m Villa Lubes: 10.00 p.m. | J IMPURE BLOOD a great safety and time saving
. iit sent. “It | birthday comes and- find what Yyour| tT} News; 10.10 p.m. From The 4anet Borrie lead dev ink
ig of everyone a had, an outlook is, according to the stars. | Ea torials; 10.15 p.m, Wynford Vaughan | feature. Largest load capacity i
as 1e first time he hai s | im an >

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Governor playing a piano with



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“NIGHT UNTO NIGHT’
Monte HALE

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delivery. This MorrisCommercial | possible running and maintenance costs.
m 7 ; APRIL 21 to MAY 2% (Taurus)—Not |
him and Lady Savage. } all encouraging for other than routine |
His Excellency thanked them eae oe re to AS oes oS treas- |
for t * gnc rhe *s, and ready for anything emem-
: hei od a hoped | ber, quality rather than quantity pays. m0 P
them soon a y |
Dancing School will hold 4 gears Siaiianck artaal fot rg cran Bele 6s:
Repr . P ion othe: nt planetary day to~ take mt i i z . :
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lice Playfield on Friday, Octo- been well studied. New issues can ad- \
ber 31. vance. But don’t rush things. FORT RO AL ARAGE L | D
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at the Players Theatre. anyone of questionable character, SS SS - =
It is Jamaica Legend a ballet ae § i
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F ine F. lats F rom MEDICS AID ‘KELLY HILL WOUNDED

Local Materials

Rebuilding of Castries,

LONDON.
capital of St. Lucia, destroyed

by fire in June, 1948, has not only given the island one of
the finest and most modern cities in the Caribbean, but has
also developed valuable new skills among the working

people of St. Lucia.
point is made in an article,
on the rebuilding of Castries, pub-!
lished in the autumn issue of
“Colonial Development”, the quar-
terly magazine of the Colonia} De-
velopment Corporation. which is

responsible for the work.

Fine four-storey flats have been
built that stand up well to com-
parison with post-war housing
schemes in Europe. Housing
has been given top priority, but
construction ef Government Offices
and public buildings is well ad-
vanced. The entire sewer system
of the city has also been over-
hauled.

When planning began for the re-
building of the city, it was found
that adequate labour was avail-
able on the island, but most of it
was completely unskilled and un-
trained. Training programmes
were immediately started, ¢rst on
the production of precast com-
ponents from crushed local stone,
and then on the manufacture of
joinery and metal goods,

This training was so successful
that by August, 1949, a useful
range of precast products had been
produced, including drain_ pipes,
manhole fubes, floor beams and
wall blocks. At the same time,
other gangs of labourers were
clearing away the debris of the
fire and preparing the ground for
the new town,

Foundation

One of the first problems the
planners had to,face was the type
of foundation op which buildings
should be erected. It was finally
decided to use vafts of reinforced
conerete as foundations. Houses on
such foundations are already in
ust and have proved completely
satisfactory.

Pre-cast walling bloeks, pfo-
duced locally, have been employed
throughout the city. A simple
type of pre-cast floor has been
used throughout, except for the
first floor in the maisonettes
where greenheart timber has been
used.

Some five miles of main sewers,
excluding house _ connections,
have been laid in pre-cast con-
crete pipes. All components were
made locally. Two pumping sta-
tions have been completed, at
which the untreated sewage is dis-
charged into the sea.

Now, although the building pro-
gramme is somewhat behind sche-
dule owing to difficulties of ob-
taining steel supplies from Britain,
it is felt that this leeway can be
made up, thanks to the skill the
local workers have acquired,

The inhabitants of the island, the
article adds, have generally re-
sponded exceptionally well to
training. The standard of work-

is good and, in addition

town, it is felt that valuable work’

has been done in developing the
‘abilities of the people.—B.U.P.
crete

ie e *
Timber Mission
LONDON.

A mission has left London for
Jamaica to begin a tour of the
British West Indies, British Gui-
ana and British Honduras to
investigate the possibilities of
increasing the output of British
West Indian timbers and of
marketing them, both in the
British West Indies and in the
United Kingdom. The mission
will return to London on Decem-

ber 18.
—B.U.P.








Water Control
Grant To B.G.

LONDON,

The British Government has
approved a free grant of £919 481
to assist the Government of
British Guiana to undertake the
Boerasirie Extension Project, the
estimated total cost of which is
£1,585,869 anrounces the Colo-
nial Office.

An application has also been
made for an Economie Co-oper-
ation Administration grant of
$612,000 (U.S.) to meet part of
the balance of funds — required
for the project,

The Boerasirie Extension Pro-
ject will provide water control
of the coastland of British Gui-
ana lying between the Essequibo
and Demerara Rivers, and of
riverain land lying between the
kea and mouth of the Bonisika
River, a tributary of the Esse-
‘quibo, and of the Kamuni, a
tributary of the Demerara.

command an
acres. It will

The project will
area of 129,763
substantially improve the drain-
age and irrigation over an area
ef 75,000 acres, much of which
is now only partly cultivated,
and it will bring into beneficial
use an area of some 40,000 acres
which is now wholly undevel-
oped. After making allowances
for areas cccupied by roads,
canals and buildings, there will
be available for cultivation of
crops 91,026 acres of drained
and irrigated land of which
27,276 acres will be new land,
and also 6,545 acres of new land
which will be drained but not
irrigated, Completion of the pro-
ject will increase the area of
jand suitable for rice cultivation
from 9,000 to 32,000 acres,

FIVE YEARS.

Execution of the project in-
volves construction of a_ weir
8,000 feet long; 12 1/2 miles of
new dam; and raising the levels
of existing conservancy dams.
Safety relief for the enlarged
conservancy will be provided in
the west at Waramia into the
Essequibo River, in the east via
the Kamuni_ River into
erara River, and in the north at
Parika into the Atlantic. ,

Construction of the project is
estimated to take five years
Work will commence on_ the
Warufia” Creek i" Novena
The Director of Public Works
will be responsible for the con-
struction of the project and ten-
ders will be invited for such
work as can, with advantage, be
let out to contract.—B.U.P.



COMMUNISTS STRONG IN
NEW POLISH PARLIAMENT

WARSAW, Poland, Oct, 26.
Polish voters elected the first
parliament under the n@w con-
stitution, of the Polish People’s
Republic. All candidates repre-
sent the National (Communist)

front and no opposition.

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to recapture strategic “Kelly Hill,” wounded soldiers of the 65th

(Puerto Rican) Regiment of the T

arrival at an aid station on Korea's western front. The men were among

the first casualties to be flown back for treatment.

A New Tribe
Of Pygmies

A FEW
thropologist Dr. Paul
Brazzaville by KLM. After
thousand miles through unfa
in the heart of the African j

MONTHS AGO the well-known

awarded
vice Order,
tary Cross,
Korea.

won
P. N. M. Moore, D.S.O., M.C.,
of the Royal Engineers, who has
commanded a

vince
Commonwealth Division

GALLANTRY
IN KOREA—
12 AWARDS

Vive British officers have been
the Distinguished Ser-
and seven the Mili-

for gallantry § in

A second bar to the D.S.O. is
by Lieutenant-Colonel

Field Engineer
Regiment in action in Korea ever
the formation of the First
in June

into a happy and efficient team.
The fighting in Korea is rightly

conte has he committed a Sapper

to amy task until he was per
sonaliy satisfied that the task w:





ana,
Kingdom for four
the auspices of the British Coun- |
cil,
Britain
le
social services in rural areas,

Minister
Mahaica Methodist circuit
Chairman
Helena

Cc.
th
Chairmen’'s Conference and of the)

B.G., Minister
Sees British
Village Life

LONDON.
The Rev.

and chairman of

is visiting the

to see how villages’ in
are administered and to
arn about voluntary and officiai

{
Mr. Bobb

in

Superintendent)
of the
and is,

of the Mahaica,
and Supply Village
suncil, He is also a member of
e executive of the Village}

is
charge

1951. His leadership has bee: East Demerara Local Authorities
outstanding, says the official cita- Union, During 1951, he was for}
tion. He quickly welded his three about five months a nominated)
Independent Field Squadrons — member of the Legislative)
two British and one Canadian— Council.

He is spending the first. part of

his visit in London, studying the|

called an engineers’ war. Under principles upon which British!
their Commanding Officer, the public administration is. based
Divisional Engineer Regiment Later, he will visit, Oxford and
tackled and defeated every task Cambridge, and will, then go ou
which confronted them. Col. io Wales and Scotland,

Moore’s courage is a byword —B.U.P
inreughout the Division: never



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oo. ride Bt the pp 2 mya been received in special audience
a . Hane
crisis and by his calm direction by the Pope. —B UP.
and cool courage has been able ares
to ensure, the successful finish of
any venture.
A bar tO the D.S.O. goes. to
Lieutenant-Colonel V. W. Bar-
dow, who has commanded his bat- |
talion in Korea.for just over 2! .
year. Cok,, Moore's. example | Fit and Trim
throughout the campaign has — | f m Coast to Coast!
of a high order and materially To 0. ‘
during an attack by Allied forces gontribouted 10 the success achiev- ‘
td by his battalion. } acesoron busi-
hird Division are shown on their Goingp
ia ; ness bent, air-minded
ernational ‘ '
Lumber Stopped i travellers appreciate
°
7 raffic the cooling solace of
The easy flow of traffic on tw | “47ur" Genuine Eau de
of our most busy city streets { ss 1
Broad Street and High Street— | Cologne, jits fragrance
wag disrupted yesterday mbrn- | 7
ing when improperly stacked | and delightful charm.
aire ob aan —. c wel Let it refresh you, too-
Dutch an- , Shortly after ten o'clock, 2 | “up above” and on

Julien flew from Amsterdam to

a difficult journey of several
miliar regions of Middle Congo,
ungle, he has now returned to

the Netherlands with a lot of valuable information.

The object of the expedition
was to study the southern
Babongo pygmies; very little is

known of this tribe, who live in
an area extending between lati-
tude 2° and 4° souti> of ‘he equa-
tor, in Fiench Equatorial Africa.

During this expedition Dr,

Br ceveve py snes Tow wre msi
time, discovered the hitherto un-
known tribe of the Mikayas, and
entered a sanctuary which nobody
had previously dared to visit.

On account of the extreme
shyness of the Badongo and the
vast expanses of the equatorial
jungle, it was extremely difficult
to collect blood samples from
500 pygmies,

The necessary sera were dried
for convenient transportation, and
supplies of the more sensitive
sera were forwarded by “Flying
Dutchman” from time to time (in
order to minimise the influence
of the tropical climate). As Dr.
Julien’s exact position was not
known, it was often difficult to de-
liver the sera to him,



4 Mikaya

During his journeys along the
Sanga, one of the most notorious
breeding-places of sleeping sick-
ness in the whole of Africa, the
explorer was astonished to come
across a hitherto unknown group
of bysmles endleds then: Mane,
In this case too Dr. Julien was
able to apply the sickle cell test
in spite of great difficulties.

Purely by change, Dr. Julien
managed to penetrate a jungle
anctuary of the Bangombo

pygmies and see the much dread-
ed Hyenge fetish. He is the first
European to do so. At the same
time he discovered that the west-
ern tribes of pygmies have secret
societies, On continuing his
journey by river, Dr. Julien was
obliged to leave the motor launch
on account of the floating masses
of grass. He then transferred to
® canoe, which sailed along a
channel only 5 feet wide, passing
through forests of reeds and
traversing swamps full of hippo-
potamuses and crocodiles. As the
canoe was unable to turn round

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hand cart laden with many hun-
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pushed down Broad Street—this |
constitutes an offence under the |
Traffic Regulations—and directly |
opposite Bata Shoe Store, the;
entire load fell off, blocking part '
of the street for some fifteen:
niinutes or more, '

About an hour after, a cart,
timilarly laden, had to be com- |
pletely unloaded when more than |
half of its burden toppled off on |
High Street in the middle of the |
line of parked cars below the
Pagphiqe Py gige@*5. was apparent
to even the most casual observe:
that the cart was over burdened,
and that the lumber was not
sroperly stacked.

Auto Maker Dies

MONT BELLIARD, Oct, 27.

M Ernest Mattern, one of
Fra ice’s oldest auto makers died
today at the age of 72. Pioneer in
the French mass _ production
techniques M. Mattern was direc-
tor of the Citroen firm in Paris
until 1925.—U.P.





Immediately on arriving back
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Tuesday, October 28, 1952

SACRIFICES

THE great weakness of the Five-year
plan is that it assumes and supposes things
which ought not to be assumed ar sup-
posed where expenditure is involved. The
Government, for instance, assumes aver-
age rainfalls, better use of the soil, im-
proved varieties and development of
irrigation before expecting ,an_ average
annual crop of 150,000 tons of sugar over
the next five years. No allowance is made

for hurricane, outbreaks of disease or
drought before irrigation can be devel
oped.

It is possible that none of these catastro-
phes will happen but not to allow for an
average crop of less than 150,000 tons is
to fall into the error which all children
are taught to avoid at school, viz., to count
chickens before they are hatched.

To assume an average sugar crop of
150,000 tons a year and then, to use this
assumption as a basis for five-year plan-
ning appears to be indulging in rosy
optimism, but to make no allowances for

the possibility of unexpected losses due
to hurricane or other natural causes would
seem to be foolish.

3ut if the assumption of an average of
150,000 tons of sugar annually should not
prove to be over-optimistic can the effects
of irrigation and better use of soil and
improved varieties of canes be felt during
the five-year period with which _ the
development plan is concerned? There
are many who are sceptical about this and
the architects of the plan are hardly in ;
position to be dogmatic about it. ~

Too much faith cannot be pinnéd in
irrigation because no-one knows ye‘
whether irrigation will prove to-be. écc
nomical.

The next major weakness of the five
year plan is that its proposals will. lea:
to increases in the cost of living.

Somé of these increases which are duc
to increased duties on tobaceo and spirit:
are just even though they can hardly b
expected to be popular. Increases whic]
are proposed on racing taxes and. th:
innovation of an entertainment tax ar»
also to be commended although they wil
doubtless be resented. But what justifica-
tion can there be for any increase in th

price of petrol which has been’ risin;”

rapidly since 1949 and which will inevite
bly result in higher bus fares?

Proposed increases in individual incom
tax are not large enough to cause an)
widespread resentment in themselves bu
the government surely is not well advised
if it is not aware of the great burden:

under which middle-class families stagger

in their efforts to retain a certain standard

of life which is not only important to then

but which allows them to. provide em-
; Salaam

. ae ake - ee
and other services. Nothing more exas-

perates the average middle-class earne:
than the invitation on envelopes to pu
money into the savings bank when he car
only feed, clothe and educate. his family
because of the credit which he enjoy:
with his grocery or dry-goods store. -

Increases in direct individual inéomé
taxation will be less than the rise in livin;
costs which must follow the changes it
customs duties, the increase in the pricc
of gasolene, the natural rise in price o:}
imported commodities due to rising cost:
in exporting countries, and the increases
in the price of local foodstuffs. The appar
ent small rise proposed in direct incom:
taxation camouflages the much higher rise
in indirect taxation; The abolition of hal:
the subsidies on food will further increase
living costs,

It would have been much better for the
government to have abolished all food
subsidies, increased the allowances for
married men and children and to have left
the petrol tax unchanged.

In this way the normal increases in the
cost of living would have borne less hardly
on the hard-working middle classes whom
present government policy will increas-
ingly compel to seek the security and
privileges of government employment or
to lower their standards of living still fur-
ther, An island which owes so much to the
existence of an independent middle class,
whose financial independence both of the
rich private employer and of the powerful
sovernment machine enables them. to
contribute to the freedoms and liberties
of the ordinary citizen, out of all propor-
tion to their numbers, cannot compliment
the government on a= taxation policy
designed to increase the weight of finan-
cial burdens which, are already forcing
down their standards of living.

If the saerifices which the whole com-
munity are asked to bear in the proposed
five-year plan were to result in an active
development policy centred around the
creation of a deep water harbour and the
expansion of the most valuable industry
we possess after sugar—Tourism—then
the sacrifices would have been made for
the certain improvement of the living
standards of all. The majority of Barba.
dians feel, however, that too much of the
money wrested from them in direct taxa-
tion and indirect taxation is being spent
with too little scrutiny and sometimes
with indifference in order to make the
government service more attractive ‘for
those whom it employs,

The process of “empire-building” among
civil servants has gone ‘far enough. A
much greater spirit of sacrifice is called
for from those who are always ready “to
discharge their obligations to society with
somebody .eise’s cheque hook.” Efficiency
can be bought at too dear a price in human
discontent and suffering. There must. be
retrenchment in government spending, if
the money taken from the people through
taxation is to provide further social bene-
fits,

































































Have you ever seen a Dowager
prepare” for battle? If not you
should read the opening chapters
in the latest volume of the official



By DAVID FARRER

jects with loving care.

BARBADOS

What Happened
Hurricane Hit The Dowager

A.P.
Tr.

know that it was only Churehill’;
He gives insistence

M.
me

History of the Second World. (| Gpamberlain’s slow marek to th
War.* L : 7 war all ‘the marks he can muster.
Dealing with the period from “'y,,, might, in consequen e,

Munich to Dunkirk, these chap-
ters provide the official, the final,
justification for the accusation

r.
With what ostrich-like futility
the British Government awaited

singly clear because their author
is a far from unsympathetic —
indeed at times a naively favour- ;
able—witness, 4

We leafn, to begin with, that
“the plans of the Government diay
not come té be shaped for a land
wir in Europe until the spring
of 1939° (five months after
Munich). And that they were
then so shaped that we and the
French should be equal in
trength to the Germans by the
end of 1942.
invasion of Poland com-
pellei us to go to war earlier
than we had hoped, But this, the
book makes clear, was not
allowed to cause any disruption
of previous plans.

Parity by 1942 remained the
slogan. No offensive action untii
then. And, in the meantime, mind
your pénnies. Right up to Dun-
kirk the first test which any new

project had to pass was ‘How
much does it cost?”
Slowly, Gently F
Slowly during the first nine

months of war the Government’s
plans matured. Slowly, and oh,
so gently!

Tne Government. we are told,
was reluctant “to precipitate the
rardships of a full-fledged war
economy,” although — a paraly-
Sing glimpse of the obvious—“it
was becoming clear that without
some such hardships an unneces-

uses,” 4a
our industrial laboui

As for
foree, by the time of Dunkirk
only one-half the total unem-
ployed at war’s outbreak had
been absorbed into industry.
“Economic mobilisation was

thus slow and incomplete, But,
the author apologetically adds, ‘it
was not out of step with the
Government's strategic time-
table.”

Bull Charged
What a pity the German ltiime-
table was so different!

It was all very stately. the
Government’s. entry into war
The Dowager advanced across

the field, confident that her para-
sol would suffice to frighten the
bull in the opposite corner if it
should presuntptuously consider
charging. ~:

{n her place stood a_ truculent
Englishman with a bulldog chin,
and by his side the arch-priest of
improvisation. Churchill had be.
zome Prime Minister, and he had
.}made Beaverbrook his Minister of
Aircraft Production,
Loving Care

Now the author of “British
War Production” is a Professo;
of Economic History who, in
page after page of this book, dis-
Plays his belief in planninz,
committees, and co-ordination of
every kind. He handles these sub-

expect
brook,
; ; Professor Postan is a just man
made against us at the tims — He has studied the facts and the
that we were waging a phoney figures, And

minor
guilty.”

sarily large proportion of searce twvhich, as Professor Postan
materials escaped into inessential, '

Ths. bull charged e+ Ate RS 4

3eaver-

gut

condemnation of
the arch-improviser.

with
“Not

his verdict,
reservations, is

Not guilty of upsetting previ-

THE PHONEY WAR WAS

PHONIER THAN

An official war history reveals, for the first
‘ time,

how big was
pre-Dunkirk plans
achievement under the

* June 1940
: FIGHTERS
’ Official 292

target

Achieved
by M.A.P.

brook did not do these shocking

things: He did them time and
again. No: because the crimes
were justified by the results

puts

“the Minister’s revivalist influ-
nee” achieved.

“The delivery of new fighter.
ose from 256 in April to 467 in
september, and Fighter Command
emerged from the battle in the

autumn with more aircraft than
it had possessed in the beginning.
‘The most spectacular, as well as
the most important, single inci-
dent in the’ history of war
production was thus crowned

with success.”
Nearly Double

The detailed figures, given in
the appendices to this book,, are
€ven more striking. In January
1940 the Air Ministry had drawn
up a programme. This called for
the production of 292 fighter
planes in June and 282 ia
August. The actual figures under
the Beaverbrook regime were 446
and 476,

“And DOMBECTS? ee wnseeanenan
istry had estimated production as
233 in June and 222 in August,
The actual figures were 407 and
391; and by August the German

bombing of our factories had
begun. i
The immediate emergency

passed, The Battle of Britain had
been won, By the end of 1940 it
had Become clear that the Ger-
man night-bombing would fail of
decisive results,
Other Tasks

There is implied criticism in
Professor Postan’s statement that
Beaverbrook did not leave the

When A | FLECTRIC DEADLOCK

For Beaverbrook.was the war's)
trouble-shooter,
Later, he was t@, be sent to the
Ministry of Supply to boost tank |
output; later still to Moscow to
cope with Unele Joe's exorbi-
tant demands fer war supplies.

emergency. But once the crisis}
was past he knew very well the



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By R. E. SMYTHIES, M.E.1Lc.

AFTER reading the details of the proposed
five year plan for Barbados and the im-
pressive sums of money required to finance
it, I find myself wondering why the argument
between the Government and the Electric
Company should still be in a state of dead-
lock, as it has been for over a year now.

To have this matter settled so that the
Company could go ahead with its plans,
would obviously be a great advantage to the
island as a whole, and would not involve the
Government in the expenditure of a single

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the coming of war, how blind ous plans, Not guilty of turning best thing he could do was clear . a io that to spend :

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when ft game, omg —— guilty of pinching all the priori- Outstanding money in the effort to encourage ey i

they relied on the other Side ¢i4., Beaverbrook could have no “ier establish here, when electric

doing nothing, these chapters “\nnocent, not because Beaver- place in Professor Postan’s ideal dustries to 2 h ala Be an WILKINSON & HAYNES Cco,, LTD.
make it all the more devasta- power is not available for them, would Siicdesadrs to

unjustifiable waste of public funds.
In view of the major financing called for

in the plan, it seems quite out of the question
that the Government should have any idea ol
acquiring the plant of the Electric Company
lic Utilities Act is either disallowed o1
modified, and the Government refuses tc

by purchase. I estimate roughly that to do
so and provide for the necessary expansion
would need about £800,000 more or less.

As practically no information has been
made public for some time, we can only guess
about ‘the true state of affairs, but so far as
can be ascertained, the Company cannot
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ask if the Government is enacting the San trek:
a ; ae eee cos Plain with choice o
Official of the dog in the manger, una
target 233 ox itself, and refusing to let the horse have collar styles . . .
‘ it?
Achieved 407 In view of the policy of encouraging Colo
my RP. nies to progress toward a greater measure 0:

self-government, we can understand thai
the Secretary of State is reluctant to inter-

world. He would be the serpent! Jone by disallowing the Act, but that place:

in any pianner’s_ paradise.

“Another predilection*® of the
Minister’, say; the professor
demurely, “was for administra-

tions of petty party politics.

Even if the dispute were settled at once
it would still be three years or more before
the much needed plant expansion could be
carried out, so that more than half the five
years of the plan would have passed beforc
the Company was in a position to suppl)
power to new industries.

Apart from this it would seem likely tha
the existence of such a deadlock in the vita
affairs of the island, might have a strong];
deterrent effect on industries that woul
otherwise establish here.

There is nothing to be gained by rakin;
over the ashes of past errors made by thi
Company or by the various Government:
that have come and gone in the last fort;

years. It is urgently necessary to arrive 2

LO Nene hs ena ree rene eeinnmae ne praenen th heiemeng 9 ety
get on with the job.

The progressive development of the islan
is being throttled by the shortage of elec
tricity and whoever is stubbornly refusin;
to compromise in the matter, is assuming :
very grave responsibility indeed. It seem
truly shocking that it has been allowed t
drag along for over twelve months nov
without progress toward a solution, espe
cially in view of the fact that during th’
time the five year plan has been in proces
of incubation, '

tive methods more informal than
the established practices of Gov-
ernment departments.

“The latter. spelt routine paper
work, or, in general, organisation;
and, as a poster in his private
office proclaimed, ‘Organisation is
the enemy of improvisation,’ ”

But Beaverbrook plays an
outstanding part in Professor
Postan’s book, With the excep-
tion of Churchill, he is the only
character who comes alive.

Infectious

The passages describing the
activities of the Ministry of Air-
craft Production under his auto-
crati¢ sway are the most vivid
in the whole volume.

It is as if. the ‘author
caught himself some of the
infectious enthusiasm which in-
spired Beaverbrook’s entourage in
those long: ago, exciting days, It
ios if he tog. had 9 snseking.
view that a plan was not some-
thing he was confident of fulfill-
ing but just something that
would make you work harder,

Or perhaps the professor had
wearied of depicting how Cham-
berlain, the man of peace, had
failed the test of war, and turned
with relief to the story of a
villain who provided a_ happier
ending.

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; 3 - vestigation into the theory and
Five Year Plan of “Ca’canny” or “going slow to ireuenis of taxation, and aii in-
0, The Editor, The Advocate. give someone else a job,” is often quiry imo the various borrowing
o1k,—As far as 1 can see 11, the Preached to those who are still metnods by both central and locat
‘dve-year plan of Development and © employment, It is agreed that Governments, Now the business
taxation depends on our ability to this action would assist fellow of Government in this matter is
‘ncrease our National Dividend, Workers who are out of work, as of great magnitude, and will exert
which is the net product of the it. will create employment for a considerable influence on private
Joint-Agencies, land, labour, capi- them,“ As’a matter’ of fact, how- business generally and on the na-
‘al and business ability namely tne €Ver, this assistance can only be tional money n.arket in particular.
total amount of goods created and 8iven at the expense of the rest Im the last few years, however,
services rendered during a given ©f the workers who are employ- there has been an enormous rise
veriod of say, a year, atter the raw @d as the additional labour does in the national expenditure ana
materials and material agents of Not increase the national dividend; ie ingenuity of Government wits
production have been. replaced, therefore, the amount. available be severely taxed in endeavouring
Uhe essential point to be noticed for distribution as wages is not in. to implore new sources of revenue
about services is that they are creased. This policy tends to drive '© Meet the evergrowing expenai-
consumed in the act of production; coMmtracts abroad, where there are ture. This growth of expenditure
they are not, however, any less NOt the same difficulties in obtain- 28S been brought about by several
*| 4 part of the income of those who ing punctual performance of con- TFS. ‘tne Great War and we
shjoy them, “tracts as given, and where the in- CUrrent Korean War secondly as
It should be borne in mind that creased output of workers enables 5°C#¢ty has progressed and wealtn
the National Dividend is not a the employers to make lower quo- “88 increased, the state and Muni-
stock which the community draws tations for contracts. Consequent- CiPal enterprises have been ex-
upon for one year, while it is ly, the policy of “Ca’canny” tends tended in ali directions; in the pro-
preparing a stock for the next; to increase unemployment and is YS! of schools, public libraries,
it.-is a continuous stream, the therefore based on a fallacy recreation grounds, poor reliet
greater part of which is consumed : ‘ a sanitation, Civil Service and now
shortly after it is’ produced. If the , Capital: The function of capi-, 8 provision» of the five-year
volume of this stream is great, tal is (1) to sustain the worker Plan.
the country is said to be prosper- uring the time which elaj To meet this expenditure, there
ous, Attempts have been made to een the production of the raw 48 4M increase of taxation in Cus-
measure it by means of the na- Material and the final process toms Duties; gas, rum, cigarettes
tional income which is the sum Which makes it ready for consump. Income Tax and loans are raised,
of the incomes of all persons in tion. As production becomes more Which it is hoped will be perm :
ne community, The national in- @laborate this period becomes nent or long period loans’ to ‘it
come is not exactly the same thing longer and so the amount of Cap- 4s only just unat future eanebatsers
as the National Dividend, but’ ital necessary to sustain labour WbO have been spared the labour
other things being equal, it is as becomes greater. (2) To supply Of this great national undertaking
good a measure as we have.at the labourer with raw materials Should contribute some part of
hand, upon which to exert his energies the cost, as they niay be expected
_ Now let us consider these agen- 89d (8) to supply the labourer to Sevive some of the resulting
sies, land, its productivity can be With appliances by means of benefits, As regards income tax
increased (1) by manuring (2) which he can call in the aid of before rates are rg it is hoped
cultivating and thirdly by rota- "8tural forces to assist him, that the act will be gone into and
‘ion of crops, But as we know | The functions of business abil- its provisions modernised for it
-hat the productivity of land is its ity are to bring labour and Capital does seem questionable that from
nherent power to produce crops; together, by inducing those who @ population of two hundred
whereas its fertility includes in have spare capital to put it at the thousand a matter of under four
iddition the elements of conveni- employer's disposal. Secondly to thousand are liable to tax, Have
nee of situation and difficulty of organise labour and supply it with We reached our taxable capacity?
cultivation. Also that in all min- the most suitable machinery and Taxable capacity has been defined
‘ng and agricultural industries, the appliances and thirdly to antici- as the difference between the total
law of Diminishing Returns will pate demand so as to be able to income of a country and the mini-
operate, decide what goods are to be pro- Mum amount that has to be con-
_ In Barbados, sugar is our major duced and in what quantities andesumed in order #6 maintain that
industry end ite market is limited lastly to bring the producer and income. :
and controlled, so we shall have consumer together, b ~ With isi -
to create a demand for other crops best methods of yee eo less ihe thea een ems,
or else obtain better conditions foods. Without the: organiser; will be extensivehy practised by
of marketing than those at present there would be overlapping mis- consumers and unless the state
existent. F : production and waste of time and interferes, a period of rising price:
_ Labour: This can be increased materials. affords excellent scope a the
in three ways 1) By_improving Having dealt with the agencies activities of the eantiaoe se
the workers’ skill (2) by improv- of production, let us now turn to enriches himself atthe expens: t
ing the appliances and machinery the scope of Public Finance. The the wage earners Recatan wa ok
and (3) by Division of Labout and functions of this branch of eco- rise but stowly | in com arin
specialisation, nomic science are to consider and with prices. But stil] Noose the
During a period of depression investigate the ways in which expense of the people having fixed
in industry when there is consid- Government revenue is to be ob- money incomes ne
erable. unemployment, the policy tained, and to discuss how this 3



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secrecy

than putting the public interest before all

Nobel Prize winners and leading U.S. scien-
travel into and out of the United States.

Security Act aimed at Communists, and the
State Department’s refusal of visas for dis-
tinguished thinkers.

was denied a visa to attend the Royal Society
in Britain last January. Britain’s Dr. Michael
Polany, an anti-Communist, was denied a
visa to teach in Chicag’9,

As the matter stands the only people wh
can derive satisfaction from it are those wh
are opposed to the progressive developmen
of the island, I have never yet heard one c
these offer a practical suggestion as to hoy
the increasing population is to be provide:
for. The stock answer is emigration, whic!
does not seem to be at all practicable so fa
as one can see ahead.

From the viewpoint of importance to th
world in general it may seem far-fetched t
compare this deadlock with the one ii
Persia over oil, or the Armistice negotiation:
in Korea. But an adequate supply of elec
tricity is vHally important to Barbados, anc
talk of new industries to be encouragec
under the five-year plan is only a futilc
gesture if power at economic rates is noi
available for thern.

When a prolonged deadlock like thi:
exists it is usually because someone is being
intransigent and refusing to agree to an)
reasonable compromise. In view of the im
portance of electricity to the whole island
and the long time elapsed since any informa-
tion was given out, an authoritative state-
ment on the prospects for clearing up the
deadlock would be very much in order now.
In a democracy there is no good reason for
keeping matters like this under a veil of
indefinitely, likewise no sound
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DR. ALBERT EINSTEIN joined four other

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Nov. and Dec. when you are
in town will you call for your
groceries at Broad St. side
entrance, Kensington,
where we have ample parking
space.

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week is 2 pints.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1952

_ Damages Case
Discontinued

The Common Pleas suit Kate Green agaist Rt. Hon.

Sir Allan F. Lascelles et al.,
ing an accident in which

in.a claim for damages follow-
Miss Green claimed she was

injured, was yesterday discontirtued by Mr. Justice J. W. B.
Chenery following an application from her counsel, Mr.

J. E. T. Brancker.

OBITUARY



Dr. A. G. Bancroft

The death occurred at his resi-
dence “Woodville”, Fontabelle on
Sunday morning of Dr, A. G, Ban-
croft, retired Parochial Medical
Officer of St. Michael. He was 63.

Aubrey Glyne Bancroft, the son
of the late Mr and Mrs, Edwin
Bancroft was educated at Harrison
College after which he studied
medicine at McGill University.
Like many others he returned to
Barbados and in a short time had
established a wide practice. He
had been brought up in an at-
mosphere where racial differences
were almost unknown, and so the
young medical officer with his
deep human sympathy and charm-
ing manner became a favourite
with everyone. In his heyday high
fees were few, and far between
and so his practice during these
years resolved itself into a service
to humanity. He was the most
popular “family doctor” and. to
thousands he was as a member of
the family. Whether it was as a
Visiting Surgeon at the General
Hospital, or as a Parochial Medi-
cal Officer ministering to the sick
poor, Aubrey Glyne Bancroft car-
ried a deep sympathy and a love
for humanity which made him be-
loved by all. He served too as Port
Health Officer for many years and
seamen arriving in port from all
parts of the world were glad to
meet him again and when they did
not see him, they enquired for him.

Too strenuous a’ practice broke
his health and during a long period
of severe illness he was subjected

_ to as many “visits” as he had done
in his daily rounds. Sturdy and
with a will to work he resumed
duties again with as wide a prac-
tice as he had ever had and it was
typical of the man that he died
on Sunday while ministering. to
the sick. With the mark, of death
already upon him he heeded not
his own cares but continued to re-
lieve the suffering of those around
him, No Royal honours his or

hgroie acclaim as is in times of ©

war but the love and sympathy of
his fellowmen will serve to as-
suage the grief of a sorrowing
widow, a daughter of the late
Stephen Phillips and son, Mr.
“Teena” Bancroft now in England,
The flags of the business houses
in the City and some of the ships
lying at anchor were flown at Half
mast yesterday and his funeral
took place at the Westbury Ceme-
tery in the presence of a large
congregation who had gathered to
pay their last tribute to him for a
life dedicated to their service.
_——

St. Michael’s
Girls’ School

BRIDGE GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF
EDUCATION = ATION HELD

Adams, P. C.—Passed in Scripture,
English English Literature,
History and L

Best, F. M.—Passed in Scripture, Eng-

lish Language, English Literature, and

History. 5
Chandler, S.° E.—Passed in Scripture,
English Language, English Literature,

and History,

Clarke Y. E.—Passed in Scripture,
Engl English Literature,
History and .

Craigs, E. “Passed in Scripture,
English Language, English Literature,
and History,

Daniel, A. R.—Passed in English
Language, English Literature, and
French,

on, D. E.—Passed in English

Language and English Literature.
Grosvenor, B, V.—Passed in Scrip-
ture, English Language, English Litera-
ture and French.
English

E. V.-Passed in

Haynes,
Language,
King, L. M.—Passed in English Lan-
guage, English Literature and French.
Lucas, D. E.—Passed in English Lan-

@uage, English Literature and History.
Mayers, N,—-Passed. in English
Literature.

Saunders, M. D.—Passed in Scripture,
English Literature, and History,

Sinckler, L. A,.—Passed in English
Langyage.
Young, E. E.—Passed_in_ Seripture,

English Language and English Litera-
ture.

MR. TUDOR LECTURED

Over the week-end Mr. J.
Cameron Tudor gave a lecture at
St. Mark’s Boys’ School to St.
Mark's Old Scholars’ Association
on “British Parliamentary Pro-
cedure.”



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Mr. Brancker told His Lordship
that since October 13 when the
case first came before the Court,
a settlement had been reached be-
tween the two parties both as to
the claim and to costs. Mr. Branck-
er was instructed by Messrs.
Hutchinson & Banfield.

Counsel for the defendants, Mr.
E. K. Walcott, Q.C. instructed by
Messrs Cottle Catford, said he
agreed to the discontinuation of
the case. He added that while
apologising to the jury for having
to summon them again yesterday,
he had no doubt that they would
be glad that they did not have to
remain about five days hearing
the case. They had been unable to
notify the jury not to attend the
Court as a settlement had only
been reached on Saturday, What-
ever might have been the merits
of the case, a settlement had been
reached mainly for humanitarian
reasons. He was glad that His
Learned Friend had been willing
to discuss the question of terms.

It Was Good

His Lordship said that it was
good that the two parties had been
able to come together and reach
a decision in keeping with the dic-
‘tates of humanity.

Miss Kate Green, a clerk of
Tweedside Road claimed $1,937.76
special damages for loss and ex-
penses incurred as a result of an
accident with the lorry M - 1656,
the property of the defendants.

Hon. G, D. L. Pile, and Mr. C,
Sealy, the constituted attorneys of
the Rt Hon. Sir Allan Lascelles
‘et al., represented them.

Miss Green claimed that the de-
fendants through their servant
Garfield Jemmott on May 22, 1948,
so negligently, recklessly and un-
skilfully drove and managed the
lorry M-1656, the property of the
defendants, along Constitution
Road, that she was struck and in-
jured while riding her bicycle
‘along, that road. She claimed that
she ‘was oceasioned much pain,
was prevented from working, and
thereby sustained loss and incur-
red expenses for surgical and
medical attendance, medicine, etc.

Three Months’

Imprisonment
For Stealing

Sentence of three months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
esterday imposed on Robert
Siowne (29) of Ivy Village, St.
Michael by His Worship Mr. G.
B. Griffith, Acting Police Magis-
trate of District “A” who found
Browne ilty of stealing 10/-
from Adina Barker on _Octo-~
hen ?Owiee'Who has three pre-
vious convictions appeaied
against Mr. Griffith’s decision.

The. case of the prosecution was
that on October 13 Barker hand-
ed Browne 10/- for him to buy
some rice for her. After getting
Yhe rice, Browne was to leave the
rt at a laundry for her to col-
ect.



Browne never bought the rice
nor told Barker what became of
the money.

Before sentencing the defend-
ant His Worship Mr. Griffith told
him that as he has_ three pre-
vious convictions he could do
nothing else but to send him to
prison.

“You wanted to obtain an easy
shilling and now you have to go
to prison;’ His Worship Mr,
Griffith said.

ADJOURNED

Their Honours Mr, H, A.
Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H, Han-
schell in the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday adjourned un-
til November 17 the case in which
Lewis Griffith of Roaches, St.
Lucy, is claiming £10 damages
from the defendants Hilary
Chandler and TIretha Chandler
also of Roaches, St. Lucy for cut-
ting down trees in his land at

Roaches on December 11 last
year.
Mr. J, E. T. Brancker is ap-

pearing on behalf of the defend-
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BARBADOS
PILE DRIVER

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© the Franki Compressed Pile Qo.
the ground at the spot on®Broad

Street which will accommodate part of the new Barclays Bank.

It arrived in the island on We

dnesday by the 8.8, “Philosopher”.

Pile Driver Will .
Start Work Today

To-day a pile driver belonging to the Franki Com
pressed Pile Co., Ltd., of London, England, will begin to

drive piles at the spot on wh

ich the Unique Arcade building

was formerly situated. Part of the new Barclays Bank

building will be on this spot.

7; a: : e
Three Ships
Arrived
With but three arrivals, two
schooners over the week-end and
one steamer yesterday morning,
work on the waterfront was very

dull yesterday.
Schooner crews were seen re-

laxing under the ,canvasses of
their

respective vessels, some
mending sails and others clean-
ing the decks.

Those dealers in the wood and
coal trade, who had come to the

city... hoping, .t@, Purchase, seme

nothing in their carts. Similarly
fruit hawkers were disappointed
in finding that neither of the ves-
sels which arrived had fruit as
part of their cargo.

SIDE ATTRACTION

Aside attraction,
was the pile driver which was
put into operation on the Bar-
clays’ site. This attracted the at-
tention of passersby who during
the early morning stood watch-
ing the operation for very long
periods.

CHIEF ITEM



however,

Copra was the chief item of
the cargoes of the two schooners
which arrived in port over the
week-end from St. Vincent. The
schooners, the M.ndalay II and
the Bel Queen brought 1,110
bags of copra to the island, Be-
sides the cargo of copra, other
cargo included a number of loose
pumpkins. *

The Mandalay II is under the
command of Captain R. Mitchell.
while captain Martin King is in
command of the Bel Queen
Both vessels are consigned to the
Schooner Owners’ Association.

MAIL NOTICE

Mails for Trinidad by the Schooner
“Gardenia W." will be closed at the
General Post Office as under:-

PARCEL MAIL 12 noon; REGISTERED
MAIL 2 p.m., ORDINARY MAHL 2.30
P-m. On the 28th October, 1952.



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The pile driver attracted much
attention yesterday. It was the
first time that many Barbadians
were seeing a pile driver and
they crowded the wharf and sur-
rounding streets to watch it being
erected.

It arrived on Wednesday by the
s.s. *Philosopher and was. later
lifted on the wharf by the, Gov-
ernment crane. On Sunday it was
removed to its present spot,

Also on the spot is a cement
mixer belonging to the same com-
pany. Mr. G. Caulfield is supervis-
ing the work, Two of his staff, Mr.
T. Connor and Mr. J. Smith are
from England but the other work-
ers are Barbadians.

The pile driver gets its power
froma cab sey tinden Aleta eth
sink into the earth from three to
about six piles a day. The pile will
be sunk about 40 feet,

Me. Caulfield told the Advocate
yesterday that they have very few |
accidents during their operations.
They have already done work in

Trinidad and Jamaica and expect | 4

to return to Jamaica after

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pile |
driving is completed here.



ANNUAL MISSIONARY
MEETING TONIGHT



The Annual Missionary

ing of the Sharon Moravian |¢@
Church will take place this |
evening at 7.30 o'clock The |%

Guest Speaker will be Rev. Frank
Lawrence of the James
Methodist Church and the Chair-
man will be Mr. H. H. Williams

of the Y.M.C.A, \¢

It is expected that Rev. A. C.
H. Pilgrim, M.A., will deliver the
Missionary Report, 5





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W. Indian Conference DRINK
on ee CLAYTON'S
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
All but four of the fourteen West Indian Governments |
served by the Caribbean Commission have named their |
official delegates to the Fifth Session of the West Indian |
Conference which meets on November 24 at. Montego Bay,
Jamaica. Delegates have not as yét been designated by the F
French Caribbean Departments and the British Leeward :
Islands. } 4
O? the eighteen delegates so far ermann, Director, Institute for Infor | ‘
announced, eleven are members of ation | on the Netherlands Antilles. |
legislative bodies, and five are of PUERTO RICO |
oro rank, Following are Mr. Fernando Sierra Berdicia, Com- |
ne delegates who have been ap- =Mâ„¢issioner of Labour; Colonel Alberto
ointed * e heen ‘ap Arillaga, Military Aide to the Gov-|
RARBADGS ernor; Mr. Lorenzo Garcia Hernandez,
‘Hoa, F.C." ule Memt iu Director of Vocational Education; Mr
Saenenren oan ember of the Britton Harris, Assistant Director
Se Wek Webbs i Office of Economic Research, Econo- a
Vieuses Ae Risin ember of ‘the ale Abevelopment Administration;
y rs. elaide Barela, Special Assist
a isn” re, Membe ociie ant to the Commissioner of Labour,
Legislative Council Member of the “Mr. Candilo Oliveras, Chief, Econo ,
“He _ John C ot icine mics Division, Puerto Rico Plannin
Lnaintitive Goanec'|.. ember of She Posnde: Mr noweete Huyke, Directo:
orc erat? ‘ gricultural xtension Service; Dr
aera Peer As niches et the Martin Hernandez, Assistant Commis i
Lasi@eiies Go nell ember “at. the sioner of Agriculture; Dr. Arture | itil
Hon BS Clas Member ‘of the ‘Reaue, Direetor, Agricultural Experi: | ae
tiated ch an ery * ment Station; Mr. Guillermo Rod te
JAMAICA CRD : riguez, President and General Mane
“M i L gimmand Membe t ger, Puerto Rico Industrial Develop
faa ous of senparatasive a ment Company; Mr. Carlos Passalac |
. aie + hey a ’ qua, Development Vice-President
‘aoe a W. Manley, 9S. MM Puerto Rico Industrial Developmen
€ per of the House of Representa Company *
tives :
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NETHERLANDS ANTILLES =| SMIYN“G! py, tiggeiman, Agricultura j
tiintocadis tact we Engineer, Department of Agriculture ey
UERTO RICO Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Pi
PUERTO RICO é Mr. R Ferrier, Director ou
om, garcual R Quinones, President Economic Affairs
oO! ie Se y
Mr Mariano Villaronga, Commis- Ret te eceeat eecnsiie Ad ,
sioner of Education viser. ’ {
Alternates: Mrs “
Mr, Santiago Polaneo Abreu, Mem- ue Hochoy, Commissione
ber of the House of Representatives. orers 5 "
Mr. Ramon Colon Torres, Commis- a eieoneate oe Peace. Vie
sioner of Agriculture and Commerce. gin Islands Corporation; Mr c Fre .
SURINAM 5 .
2 3 derick Dixon, Superintendent of Edu
goto . s i Be, Cee mere of cation; Mr A, Mahlon = Lindqvis
a te oe aaeaaes Chairman, St. Thomas Developmen Th l a st Asso tment of
A? Authority; Dr. D, C. Canegata, Ad , ar: r
Hon, Albert Gomes, Minister of La- ministrator, St, Croix ee e pe
bour, Commerce and Industry i 5 44 4 —e » at
Hon, Vietor Bryan, Minister of Ag- _ “¢ a stage it is waren at
shentinte. ena Lands: a total of approximately dele 2
VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE US, gates, advisers and observers wil
Hon, Omar Brown, Chairman of the attend the Conference. They wil
eee Council of St. Thomas and be housed in three hotels: Monte- |
St. John, Ss.
Hon. S. Christian Chase, Chairman g0 Beach Hotel, Casa Blanca Hote} 4
ot Oe Meee ae of St. Croix. and the Chatham Hotel. Meeting
Ww y rf ‘ s
Hon H. BD. Bhillingford, . C.B.E., ‘will oe See #8 the Montego Ba ;
Member of the Legislative Council, Country Club. ;
Dominica, ‘ ‘ P
Hon, Dr . oe me orn he’ <
Member of the Legislative Counce it - ° e d
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nology Laboratory, evening at 4 o’vlock the Lore Fs
Mr Frederick Edward Miller, Bishop the Rt, Rev. G. L. G. Man
MCP. Member of the Howse of deville will confirm 38 candidate ERHE ADS
JAMAICA 11 of whom are men and th Lt
Hon, Harold Houghton, Director of others are girls and women,
Education; Mr. H. E, Vendryes, J.P
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NETHERLANDS ANTILLES | |. sop Parker, who sold a small par- Cut out this list and put the amount
trial Relations, Curaosche Petroleam cel of tea, sugar and soap for 2s
Industries Maatschappy; | Mr. B. F. 4ipd. was fined £35 by a cis, you need next to the name of the
were eee eee ak ov aa «magistrate because the controlle j
ing, Lago Yi . B, Ae : y . . pn
Rolo, Member of Executive Council) Price of the goods amounted onl Firework and send it to
for Economic Affairs; Dr. J. H. West- to 2s. id.
eorgerenenonesy eereroneneroeeerneoon THERHEAD'S
@
at once for your supply
SEED TIME
A ae 225s Se ees ot ER PE ene Mount Pelee
r SED ae te a a oe peed ‘ roe, Fires
seb vevace rackers
A T LA Ss T! f tee eeny Royal Battery Mount Vesuvius
Mea i Mc AMEN od ess a an Pyramid ot Roman|‘‘*'****: 7 a Roman
titi T Riht siec iene deactranetiahabeesiipadeatgiibinciaiiel Eade ure ie
Fails of ee
‘1)—Phl is of Zambesi Wheels
r . AT as ON Re eR Ce ee a By as a aaleg 3
ZINNIAS—GIANT MIXED—Phlox Ihe above at $6.50 each " Beerald’ Canadas
a Ct \ LIA—Asters ihe .» Dynamines
ZINNIAS—GIANT DAHLIA—Asters BT Devil Among the Tailors . Witches Cauldrons
ZINNTAS—LILGIPUT—Petunias: 2 00S ON ee Bee Sere Jack-in-the-Box . Mines

.. Mine With Bengal Light
.. Mines With Serpents

. Royal Batteries
Electric Suns

Bouquets of Gerbs.

The above at $3,36 each

.. Mines With Serpents
.., Jack-in-the Box

.. Devil Among the Tailors
. Vertical Wheels

. Bright Roman Candles
Whirly Twirlers

Dizzle Dazzle

Butterfly Twinklers
Electric Wheels

. Spangled star Bombs
Radium Dazzlers e

. Satellite Roman Candles
.. Hydra-Headed Comets

The above at 24c. each





Linea Pyramid of Roman|..,...... Emerald Cascadés
ey Ne eevee es Rright Rockets
.. Satellite Rockets §§§|......... Wheels
Rain Rockets . Crackers

The above at $3.00 each

. Radium Dazziers







NCHES PAs Whe 2: bbb ha Roman
J Candles
ALL BRA So eae, | Streamline Rockets
£OO$O0000+4 OOO OOOSOOO4O d 0000000000® ., Jack-in-the-Box Golden Rain
eS | Mines With Serpents a Candles
. Coloured Rockets ae es + Sms
As a Result of very Heavy and Oopportune Peacocks .. Piumes| The above at 18c. each
ockets
. Rockets
. Crackers

THE BEST SELECTION: AT
THE VERY BEST PRICES ON

| JOHN WH

Styles include

Box and Willow Calf Oxfords
Two Tone Oxfords in

Brown ard White

Brown and Tan

CASUALS in
Brown and White

Brown, Navy and Black

Brown Suede and Brown Willow

SUEDE BROGUE OXFORDS in

ITE SHOES

JOHN WHITE

means made just right

HARRISONS — bial 2664 |











SSO

Dragons Flame
.. Mount Pelee
.. Witches Cauldrons
. Coloured Wheels
oben wine Mount Vesuvius
. Wheels
. Forge Fires

. Mines With Serpents
. Emerald Cascades

..... Whistling Rockets
The above at $1,80 each
3 2 ena Satellite Roman Candles
-eees.. Electric Roman Candles
-seeeess Coloured Roman

Candles
. Bouquets of Gerbs
... Pyramids

of Roman

The above at 12c. each

. Canon Crashers
Squibs
Broadcast Spangles
Satellite Romans
. Bright Roman Candles
. Radium Dazzlers
Dizzle Dazzle
. Starlights
. Golden Rain

The above at 8c. each

. Amber Electrolytes

Candles
.. Triangle Wheels
_. Jack-in-the-Box
., Devil Among the Tailors
. Bright Rockets
. Coloured Rockets
Electric Rockets.

The above at $1.08 each

.. Butterfly Twinklers
. Coloured
Candies
. Monster Fountains
Roman Fans
Bright Rockets

Roman

Electric Rockets



The above at 72c. each | eri» Sed
died — Dizzle Dazzle
ee Mount Vesuvius aL Noe sueteune —
.. Butterfly Twinklers | Chinese Drops
... Crackers . Torpedoes
.. Emerald Cascades = Flying Eagles
.. Monster Fountains Crackers
. Mount Pelee LS squibs
. Wheels | Blue Devils
Witches Cauldrons

} Electric Whizzers
| ye . Canon Crashers
each . Zing Booms

The above at 4c.

.... Jack-in-the-Box
The above at 60c.

. Prismatic Lights

.. Mount Vesuvius

. Bright Roman Candles
Satellite Roman Candles

: . Wheels |

. Whirly Twirlers |

.. Electric Wheels '

. Witches Cauldrons |

. Mines |

. Mount Pelee |
Bright Rockets

. Coloured Rockets
Jack-in-the-Box
Butterfly Twinklers

each



ALSO

BOMBS 2c. ea.
Red-Devil-on-the-Walk 3c ea. Red
& Green Matches 6c. box.
Giant Sparklers 20c. Pk. of 6.
and
German Electric Sparklers
' 12c. per pk. of 10.



at

See us for wholesale Prices

{}
Crackers |Don’t wait for that Iast minute
| . Coloured Roman | ia hid
We Candles ush, buy your
{}| The above at 36c. each ‘pains FIREWORKS TO-DAY

' BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD.

HEAD OF BROAD STREET

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CLASSIFIED ADS. | Pte S80) jtcde ssanult On

TELEPHONE 2508













HOUSES

HORSE HILL HOUSE--St Joseph
From the ist December. Electricity and
Water turned in. Apply: Mrs. George
Hutson, Blackmans, St. Joseph. Dial
95-245 25.10.52—3n
Capris ene anni ae

PENRITH —. Unfurnished, corner 1th

Avenuc, Belleville and Belmont Road

From 15th November. Three bedrooms.

garage and out-offices etc. Dial 4306
22.10.52-—4n

PERSONAL





The public are’ hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife, Shirley Callen-
der inee Walcott) as k do not hold my-
self responsible for her or anyone eis«
contracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me

Sed. VINCENT CALLENDER







Fuir Field No. 10,
Biack Rock
St. Michael,
26.10.52—2n
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife DOROTAS
CLARKE (nce HERBERT) ag % do not



hold myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in
my name unless by a
signed by me.
HENSFORD CLARKE,
Welches,
Christ Church.

28.10.52—2n |

atuniitiies { Tangerines 2e. .
The public are hereby warned against | | BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Broad Stre
: a a q s





giving credit to my wife STAY CASHINA
WALROND (n¢e°ALLEYNE) as I do not
bold myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in m)
name unlevs by & written order signed by
in, A ‘
“QmoRor ADOLPHUS WALHOND,
. Workman,
St. George
28.10.5221







LADY
Hotel Royal

- Young lady for Office
Apply to the Manager
23.10, 52—4,f.n

at





MISCELLANEOUS



WANTED TO RENT OR BUY
WAREHOUSE in Bridgetown, send full
details: Box Q C/o Advocate Advtg.
Dept. 19,10. 52--8n .

WANTED
OLD GOLD COINS, Seals, Diamond &
Semi-Precious Jewellery, Silver Se
Salvers, Paper Weights, Spice & Snu
Boxes, Enamels, Curios.
GORRINGRES ANTIQUE SHOP, Upper
Bay St. Telejhone 4429.



LOST & FOUND

ee ncn na ret re

LOST
“ SWEEPSTAKE TIOKET — Series ¥ 207
Finder please return same to Whitfleld
Williams? Apple Hall, St. Philip
y 28.10, 52-—1n.



Janine Denied
Entry To Trinidad

(From Our Own Corregpondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27.
Tine — te?

to permit Mr.

bean Labour ote
Mr. Ferdinand. S
Laboun. }

even as intr 4
Barbados has resulted in the post-
ponement of a meeting
oe wit ME~Adams: in the in-
erest of ~ preservation of
Caribbean labour unity, Trinidad
trade union officials who were to
leave for Barbados Sunday night
cancelled passages receiving
word from Jamaica that epaneages
had been refused Mr. Hart and
Mr, Smith who proposed making
the Barbados journey by another
route.

When the Jamaican plane ar-
rived at Piarco Sunday night a
squad of uniformed policemen
with top police and immigration
officials were waiting but Mr,
Smith and Mr. Hart did not
arrive,

EVERY RESTAURANT

Should have

an Ascot Water Heater $

written order |


























78,10, 52-6n



|

FOR SALE |

AUTOMOTIVE }

—_—
CAR—One Citroen, done 10,000 Miles
in perfect order Apply Redman &

Tavior’s Garnge Ltd Phone 4435
26. 10.52-—3n





CAR--Austin A-70, done 24,000 miles
In perfect order. Apply Redman &
Taylor's Garage Ltd. Phone 4435
26.10.52—8n
ee
PICK-UP -- Pord V-8 in good condi-
tion, with new tyres. Martin Doorly
& Co., Ltd, 25.10.52—3n.
TRUCK—V-8 Ford. Newly Overhauled
\-1 Condftion Dial 2528 or 4157
26.10.52-—6n

MECHANICAL

OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
‘ble from Stock in various carriage
vidths as follows:—
11"? — $260.00
19/77 — $293.00
18/7 — $325.00
nquiries to 8, P. Musson, Son & Co.
Ad. Dial 3713,
28.9.52—t.f.n.

MISCELLANEOUS |

CHOCOLATES — Black Magic Choco-
intes. Fresh stock in % & 1-lb. Tins
nd 1% Ib. Boxes. Bruce Weatherhead
f td 26.10, 52--3n











PRUIT—Grape Fruit Se
Oranges se

each





28.10 $2—3n
Oe
POTATOES -- Dutch Potatoes $5.50
per bag of 110 Ibs. or 6c. per Ib. retail
Gittens, Croney & Co., Ltd., Palmetto
St

PASCALLS CONFECTIONERY ~- Fresh
Pascall’s Marshmallows in Peks. & Tins,
also Glucose Barley Sugar in % & 1-lb
Tins Bruce Weatherhead Ltd

26,10. 52--3n







SUBSCR4&BE now to the Dally Telegraph, |
Sngland’s leading Daily Newspaper now
wriving in Barbados by Air only 9 few
days after publication in London, Contact
‘an Gale c/o Advocate Co., Ltd. Local
Representative. Tel. 3113.
°7.4.62—t.f.n.

TROPICAL FISH — Marble Hatchets,
Cosy Tetras, Head and Tail light tetras,
Pearl Danios, Zebrags and Corydora cat-
fen. All 48 cents each. White Clouds
festivum, and three spot Gourami at 72
ents each. Discount for lots of one dozen
more. Telephone Warden — 3406 or
8190. 29.10, 52

SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

| Schoonerst— Phillip
Florence Emmanuel, *
Mary M. Lewis, D’Ortac, Bel Queen.
Confident LG., Mandalay II, Hariet
Whittaker, Frances W, Smith, Gita M.
Motor Vessel:— T. B. Radar



H. Davidso:
Ww

n,
Gardenia *

M eitiger mY

Sch, a) I 30 tons, from St
Vincent under a R, Mitchell
Consigned to the Schooner Owners’
Association.

Sch, Bel Queen, 44 tons, from St
Vincent under Captain M. ing. Con-

signed to the Schooner Owners Asso-
elation,

S.S. Strategist, 3770 tons, from British
Guiana under Captain R. A, Swain,
Consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

DEPARTURES
SS, Novelist for Trinidad.
a nag Be ya et. Vincent,
@ tar for Nassau.
Sch. Lynsyd i for

S.S. Kirsten Torm for Philadelphia.

heer Seawetét

ARRIVALS By B.W.LA,
From ST. KITTS:—
October 26th
F, Nothnagel W. Orsbourne, E. De
Freitas, E. Fraites, G. Byrne.

From VENEZEULA:—
October 25th

J, Salas, B. Salas, G. Jennings, V.

Espinoza, D, Espinoza, G. Litchfield.

From TRINIDAD:—

October 26th
M. Roach, C. Phillips, E, Garson, P.
Shepherd, N, Richards, P. Morgan, W.
Ward, C, Richmond, H. Kerr, A, Cava-
eri, I. Cavalieri, M. Cavalieri, G. Crag-
well, L, Murray.

From TRINIDAD:
October 25th

Cc. Maynard, O, Loranger, L. Hoyte,

G. O'Dell, G. O'Dell, M. O'bell.

From TRINIDAD:—
October 27th

BE, Peschier, L. Smith,

DEPARTURES By B,W.LA.

UELA

For VENEZ _
October 25th
A. Izzard, J. tazard, J. Macathan, K
Macathan, U, Blanco, R, Salas, M, Silas
G. Money, J, Evelyn, G. Evelyn,
For ST, LUCIA:—
October 25th
K. Gordon, BE, Gordon, 8, Gordon, J.

Instant Hot Water on Tap $ Mabel E., Beatiwaite, H. Filoissac.
3 . ‘or i
it Ensures’ Quicker Service, s October 26th
See the ASCOT at Work at s lL. Miller, R, Miller, J, Carter, G. Eve-
3 Your Ges owsoorn x lyn. . , .
jay Street, 4
RB eteeeye Looe o X\| For PUERTO FRO
ae : BR. Forde, 9. Bowen, ©. Smith, 1.
= Bowen, 0. . I. Douglas, s.
dolder; B. Fytwick O. Clarke, E. Babh,
For ANTIGUA:—
October 25th
oe Woods, K, Davis, W. Fingal, C
e

FURNITURE
AUCTION

il, GRABMP HALL TF RRACE
ON

WEDNES® AY. coin OCTOBER,

1932

11.30 alm

|











We have
frora Mr. A. D
re oar Nis
oF CTS as listed below:—
VIEWING MORNING OF SALE
Mah ining Tab'e and
ae sareie Chairs,

airs, ah. Cane-

Mah. ‘Sideboard, Cedar & nee
Desks, 3 Upholstered Choirs, Pr

H tle Reds with Sn ing-filles
Mattr i Chest of Drawers
Pr Single Beds with Dun.
ftresses, Single Pid
‘nlopillo Mattress Pid
m Purniture Medicine

Bedepreads lows, Rush
oa ga x Furniture
187 carriage) Dette

Filing ©;
Kerosene St

received instructions

Hodgson to dis-
FURNITURE and

4
Muh. Easy



’
r

red v
Rear
host
fats

r
Gallery
Olvmy
G



v



cece tie Aenean
arene aaeennncioaneenae nee

AUCTIONEERS
Bote 4. Beadon
& Co.

Phone 4640
Pi tions Buildin









nry.
Por TRINIDAD:—

October 25th
N. McLeod G. MeLeod, E. McLeod,
C. Yearwood, M. Ghany, M. Ghany, P
Samuel, E. McLachlan, 8. Stolimeyer,
A, Stolimeyer, F. Davis, R. Davis, C
Averboukh, C: Averboukh, T. Carison,
M. Sherman, @. Martin, N. Pierre, R
Skinner, N. Peacock, P. Chase, J ri
For TRINIDAD:—

October 26th
P. Knages, S. Kriaggs, R. King,
Stollmeyer, M, Plummer, M, Desouza,
J. »Texeira EB. Texetra, L. Asgard, H.
Dash, T. Samuel, A. Braddley, R. ‘Sel-

her, S. Woodburn, H. Mahon, C, Gill,
t, Smith, F. Davis, M. Texeira, L
Lashley, K. Miller, H. Thomas, 0. Had-
‘away, D, Lorranger



|1n Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (W-I.) L.T.D
dvise that they can now communicate
with the their
Parbados coast station:—
SS. Poélyglory, $.8. Balaklava, 8.S
De Grasse, §.8. Alcoa Clipper, §.S
| “trateg'st. S.8. Latirus, 8.S. Huntine-
én, S.S. Gerona, &.5
Washington, §,8. Port
reda, S.S. |Cazador, .
SS. Kirsten Torm, 8.8. Rotula, Ss
mil Berger, §.S, Sabrina, $.S. Tindra,
5 S. Pougou, 8.8. Beebank, S.S. New-
on, S.S. Trospector, SS. Rodas, S.S
\lcoa Planter, $.S.,_ Durangg, 8.S
‘pac =6California, $.S. 8S. Paula,
S. Virginia, §.S, Saxonstar, S.S
2srapher, §)#. Ioannis P. Couladfis,
Atlantic "Duchess, §.8. Argentgn,
Casablanca, M/T Katrine Mairsk,
Hermes, $.8 Colombie, 5.S
n_ Constructor

Ss
3
s





ADVOCATE
STATIONERY

HASTINGS



EYSTONE

—————

Uttle shop in the village
where the Best Bo
and Xmas

ks, Stationery

rds are now on show.










































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

___ REAL ESTATE



FOR SALE OR RENT





GOVERNMENT NOTICE

VACANT POST OF INSPECTOR (INCOME TAX) — INCOME
TAX AND DEATH DUTIES DEPARTMENT





Western Front

SEOUL, Monday.

|

AS_A GOING CONCERN 7 : }

CRYSTAL WATERS GUFST HOUSE | United States marines battled ae }

Stusted on Worthing Beach. Fully fur-|in Iwo Jima and Tarawa in a The closing date for submitting applications for the post of)

nished. Contains 10 Bedrooms, Sitting | decnerate < 5 > - : ma > Ta z : }

Rooms, large dining room Vers spacious | aesPerate attempt to. — sSrasnan | 2spector Income Tax), Income Tax a Death Duties Department}
and airy. Dial 8666 28.10.52—17 5 -_ 1 been © to 15th November, ;

"sea" assault8 at marines’ main! "8S in extended

LAND—4250 s. ft. situate at Laynes
Road Brittons Hill suitable for busi
ness or residence all modern cornmoedities
available. Apply to A. R. BROWNE





THE GARDEN HOUSE —
Road, St. Michael.
3 Roods, 3 Perches of land
COTTLE, CATFORD — CO



AUCTION

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
IN NO

TUESDAY art
¥ 4TH—The Misses Kysh’
20 Block B. Garrison. wo ee







*|battle line on the western front. |

| ta
28.10.52—4n | marine sector forced one pene-|
Country | ‘¥ation of the main line north-
standing on 4 Acres, ; West D
Apply, | attack. Marines counter attacked
26.10, 587m. | *@Vagely and closed the gap.

ia
| United States infantrymen were |

Reds

9/10,52—I1n. |



An estimated 3,000 troops at-|
cking along the three mile |
BARBADOS

CHANCERY SALE

| The undermentioned properties will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
| Publle Bulldings, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the respective sums
Ful:

of Korangpo in a

night

Reds then hammered a heavy | sold y will set up on
? «i om the date specified below, If not then they will be Pp
assault to a point 500 yards to | at the same place and during the same hours until sold

the northeast where at 6.00 p.m. | particulars on application to me.
division spokesman said | ee GALE
DEFENDANT; CLARA ALSOP GALE iby original action)
and
HAMPDEN ARCHIBALD CUKE (Pers. Rep. of Clara Alsop Gale,

deceased)
| PROPERTIES: YORST ALL THAT certain messuage or dwelling house called

fighting within twenty yards of
throwing grenades and
blazing forth with small arms



7 5 fire. | “PARADE VIEW" with tie land whereon the same stands and
os etd uschtasd aot ee te! Eighth army headquarters said | thereto belonging situate i St. Anns, The Garrison in the parish
Hunblate, 8 Lowen Tate toda it “wa the first of Christ Church in this ‘sland containing by admeasurement six
TURSDAY 18 TH — Mr. Garcia Monnine’s |ynnet a r } thousand five hundred and two and one quarter square feet or
Sale: “Tloda Mr earn Manning's | ynarine division which was | thereabouts butting and bounding on a place called or known as
watien TROTMAN @ co struck by vicious Red attacks Sea View Hotel on lands f rmerly of Mary Ann Cooper but now, or
me ls i i late Frank ig and on pul road or however else

Auctioneers ye I a was engaged in | same may butt and bound together with the messuages, dwelling-
28.10.52—1n, | '8NUng. ene houses and buildings and oll other erections and buildings on the
=” said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their

j appurtenances,

PUBLIC NoTIC Canada WI UPSET PRICE: £3,500. 0. 0.
a¢ EN | eer ome SECONDLY ALL THAT certain ssuage dwellinghouse or store
} situated in High Street in the © of Bridgetown in this Island
Trad Conf. and numbered 15 in the suid street together with the land whereon
NOTICE e er ence the same stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement
Re Rotate of one thousand one hundred ad See sausre. feet or See ae

° ptt o
FLORENCE MARGARET oabn LONDON butting and bounding on the premises known as Numbers

Deceased — |

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al
Persons having any debt or claim against
the estate of Florence Margaret Peck
who died in this Island on the 28th day
of March 1982, are hereby required to
send particulars of their claims,
attested, to the undersigned, the
attorneys in this Esland of Joan Margaret
Fell-Clark the qualified
Will of the deceased
be undersigned at No. 17

ridgetown, on or before 30th
of September 1962 bss
undersigned shall
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard

t, |
iy!

| State “for the Colonies whether!
duly he wili make a statement about
{the conference on Canadian-West

executrix of the lndian trade, held in the Colonial!
at the offee of Office in

after which date the | ‘tate
proceed to distribute | |

buck Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Number
16 High Street and on High Street aforesaid or however e the
same may butt and bound, together with the et
houses and buildings and, ail other erections and bu on
said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with th
appurtenances.
UPSET PRICE: £4,000. 0. 0.
THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land with the
house thereon calied “BARTICA” containing by admeasure-
ment thousand and. sixteen square feet or thereabouts (for-
merly part of two acres and thirty-one perches) and also eight
hundred and forty square feet of the public road situate in or near
the district called Hastings in the said parish of Christ Church in
this Island butting and botunding on lands now or late of one Mrs.
Inniss on the sea on imnds, now or late of Marcus Grannum et al
and on the public road or however else the same may butt and
bound together with the messuages dwellinghouses and buildings

In the House of Commons, on
October 15, 1952, Mr, R, Robin-
son (Conservative, Blackpool,
South,). asked the of

September.

Mr, O. Lyttelton, Secrets
for the Colonies re;
am in consultation wi
West Indian Governments on the

of

enly to sueh claims as they shall then | Utcome of the informal meeting and ali other erections and buildings on the said parcel of land
have had notice of and they will not|!0 Which the Hop. Member refers erected and built standing and being with their appurtenances.

be liable for the assets or any part! and have no statement to make UPSET TuuCE: £3,000. 0. 0

thereof so distributed to any

person

of whose debt or claim they shall not

then have had notice,

estate are requested to
indebtedness without delay.
Dated this 30th day of .
E. M. SHILSTONE, |

settle thelr



o. we Ga
30.7 .8&—3n,
|
NOTICE |
Re Estate of
ELIZABETH ANN MOORE
Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt\or claim against
the estate of Elizabeth Ann Moore who
died in this Island on the 2nd day of
Tune 1951, are hereby required to send
particulars of their claims,

And all persons indebted to the said;the time of the meeting,

duly attested, ; ‘erred to the club as the George

: SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED P. iS: 7 , : 1982
on it now beyond what was said DATE OF : 4 ROPER TIF: 7th November 1952







in the Press announcements at H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.
—B.U.P. 24.10.52—3n
. . |
Pallet Resigne =
George Pallett, 44-year-old)
civil servant, and London’s
busiest athletic ci

has

parted company with his club.
Herne Hill Harriers, The reason,
Pallett tells me, is “a difference
over matters of training policy.”)
He will be hard to replace.)
One could be excused if one re-

Shoes



to. the- Te eet ay, Staalawood | Pallet Harriers, He was ident, é }
sibs, the qua executor of the|coach and editor of t elub fa th wh l Fi m 1
estate of the deceased at t fice of
Messrs. Cottle Catford. & co, 7 High | bulletin, besides being a class or € ote a l Y ‘
Street, Bridgetown, on or before the | Performer, despite his years, in} ’ .
pve’ “y Se Ea after which | live events, |

al e udiey azlewood Gibbs 2

shall proceed to distribute the assets P. But this does not mean that

of the deceased among the parties | Pallet will give up coaching. His
entitled thereto ybaving regard only to/squad of champions includes Cc)
such claims as he shall then have had , jum)
notice of and he will not be liable for ee es per, uals
the assets or any part thereof so dis- = nella TW: » , ani Mrs. a

tributed to any person of whose debt | Sewell, women’s pentathlon title) SROWN OR BLACK
or claim he shall not then have had| holder, They will still have the ite woouee.

notice. 'benefit of his advice eNOLEe ae

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@ From Page 5
ants while Mr, D. H. L. Ward is
appearing for the plaintiff.

In the Petty Debt Court at
District “E” His Worship Mr. S.
H. Nurse entered a non-suit and
(he plaintiff gave notice of ap-
peal. The plaintiff was also or-
dered to pay to the defendants
costs amounting to 13/6.
«QUEST TU-DAY

The inquiry into the death ol
sduna kai of Carlton, St, James
wall be held to-day at the Hoie-
.own Police Station,

Cpl, Devonish discovered the
vody of Edina Hali in a cane-
neld at Lancaster,

the same day Dr. A, C. Kirton
performed a post mortem exam-
ination,
FINED 40/-
Twenty-seven-year-old Martin
Alleyne of Culloden Road, St.
Michael was fined 40/- forth-
with or one month’s imprison-
ment with hard labour for using
indecent language on Broad
Street on October 25 by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yes-
terday.

the court that the defendant on

ilong Broad Street,
SIX MONTHS

Keith Hinds,



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hael was yesterday sentenced to
six months’ imprisonment with
hard labour by His Worship Mr.
G. B. Grimith, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” for
stealing a box of toothpaste
valued at 16/- the property of
Jomes A, Tudor on October 25.

Hinds has six previous con-
vietions for larceny. Police Con-
stable Lynch saw the defendant
carrying a box on Barbarees Road
on October 25 and on looking in
the box saw a small box of tooth-
paste which contained 12 tubes.

Hinds told him that a man had
riven him the box of toothpaste
for him to sell. The toothpaste
was carried to the shop of James
A. Tudor where it was identified.

FALLS FROM BICYCLE

Kenneth Simmonds, of Fairfield,
lack Rock fell from his bicycle
while riding it along Black Rock
toad about 10.30 a.m, yesterday.
Ite was treated at the General Hos-
) ital for a cut on his forehead.

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Bowlers Do Well

On Sodden Wickets |

The 10th series of Intermediate cricket games began

last Saturday with most of

the teams falling to some low

seores and bowlers returning good figures. At most of the
grounds wickets were somewhat sodden leaving Umpires
and Captains undecided when to start play. Some of the
games began some 45 minutes after schedule.

The Y.M.P.C., members enter-
tained Spartan at Beckles Road,
and on winning the toss sent in

the Parkites to bat whom they
dismissed for 73 runs. Chase top
scored with 33 while Parris and

Wood made 13 and 11 respectively
For Y.M.P.C., Burke and Branker
took four wickets each for 28 and
18 respectively, The Beckles Road
team then occupied the wicket
and made 78 runs with K. Branker
top scoring with 29 in a good
batting display.

For Spartan, Wood and Gittens
took four wickets each for 15 and
eight runs and Parris and Chase
took one each. In Spartan’s second
innings they are only two runs
made in one over.

Mental Hospital in their match
against Cable & Wireless could
only score 57 in the first innings,
C. Williams contributed 19 to top
score. He was the only batsman to
reach double figures,

D. Archer bagged six of the
Hospital's wickets for nine runs i
four overs. In the Cable & Wire-
less first knock at the wicket they
lost five batsmen for thirty runs,
Francois collected 11 to top score
so far. V. Todd took two of the
wickets for five runs.

In the Carlton-Combermere fix-
ture Carlton occupied the wicket
first to make 123. The first wicket
fell to the good bowling of Wil-
liams with the score at nine, G
Harding raised 41 to top scoré
before he was caught and bowled

by Lashley, R. Marshall was next
ito him with 32 te his credit.
Bowling for Combermere, Mr.

Harry Sealy took five wickets for
33 runs, and Lashley four for 25.
Comberemere in their turn at
the wicket managed to get 55 be-
fore close of play for the loss of
three wickets, A. Phillips put up
36 out of the total. H. Cox for
Carlton took two for 20 runs,
Spartan vs. Y.M.P.C

Spartan ist Innings



B. D. Morris l.b.w. b 1, Burke 0
E. Roach L.b.w. b. R. Austin 8
S, Chase not out a3
S. Parris b. 1. Burke 13
W. Jemmott Lb.w. b. K. Branker 0
N. Wood b K,. Branker 1
Cc. Wood b I. Burke il
Cc. O. Gittens ct, Austin b I, Burke 0
A, .F. Matthews run out 4
W. Cumberbatch ct. (wk. Mande
ville b I. Burke
E. F. Smith b K. Branker 0
Extras: Byes oe
Total 13
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M Ww
I. Burke 12 ‘
R. Austin 5 2 1
K,. A. Branker 62 1 18 4
Y.M.P.C, Ist Innings
L. Greenidge ct. Wood b Chase 1
E. Mandeville i-b.w. Parris 12
D, King lb.w. b Gittens ‘ 1s
K. A, Branker Lb.w. b Gittens 29
B. Porter ib.w, b Wood ; 1
G. Greenidge ct. Morris b Gittens 3
1. Burke ct. Smith b Wood 0
D, Branker not out 6
G. Archer ct. Matthews b Wood,, ‘0
B, Hoyos ct. Matthews b Wood. 0
R, Austin ct. Jemmott b Gittens 9
Extras tees “ 2
Total.... 78
YLING ANALYSIS
meee 0. M R w.
B. Morris 2 t 5
BE, Smith 5 28)
Ss. Parris 7 2 «2a
$8. Chase 4 1 9 !
Cc. Wood Bis. 1° 4
Cc. Gittens 73 3 4
SPARTAN—2nd Innings a
A. F. Matthews not out a
B. D. Morris not out 0
Total aa

Mental Hospital vs. Cable &
Wireless

MENTAL HOSPITAL— Ist Innings

. Boyce lbw King
& Yard e¢ Matthews b H, King 0
C. Williams stp. wkpr. b Archer 19
Cc. Best b Branker 8
J. Wiltshire stp. wkpr b Archer 8
R. Chase b Archer }
. Quintyne b Archer 0
Â¥. Todd run out 9
Q, Worrell stp. wkpr. b Archer 9
V. Carter not out 1
N. Burrows c Watkins b Archer 3
Extras 3
Total 57
‘all of wickets: 1/1, 2/2, 3 21, 4/37,

6/88, 6/38, 7/47, 8/53, 9/53.

ING ANALYSIS
aor 0. M R Ww
H. King 7 0 ll 2
. Matthews 3 ' = 0
. Branker 8 1 26 1
. Archer 44 0 9 6
CABLE & WIRELESS—Ist Innings
B. Matthews run out 3
Francois not out ; Bt
E. Branker c Carter b Williams 5
R. Croney b Todd ‘ 3
Watkins c Williams b Wiltshire 0
©. Knight b Todd .
. Archer not out
Extras 6
Total (for 5 wkts.) 30
Fall of wickets: 1/7, 2/15, 3/19, 4/22
5/26.
, LING ANALYSIS
oan Oo M. R.
Vv. Todd . oR 5 3
Vv. Carter 4 = ee
R. Chase 4 1 5
Cc. Williams 2 0 6 1
J. Wiltshire 3 0 4 1
Carlton vs. Combermere
CARLTON—Iist Innings
K. Marshall stp Harewood
b Lashley a

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SECOND
DIVISION
CRICKET

As the tenth series of Second
Division games opened last Satur-
y, at all grounds, according to
reports, slightly impaired wickets
prevailed, and as a result, small
cores Were returned. The highest
score Was 110 returned by
Y.MLP.C., in their match against
Lceward at Fosters. Even in this
ixture, the bowlers were on top
Leeward's score of 28 for the
Ss of four wickets indicates.
Besides Y.M.P.C., no other side
eachea the three figure mark,
the nearest to it being College’s 98
in their match with Empire played
ist the School grounds. The highest
individual score was returned by
Mr. Jones of the Foundation
School who scored 42 against Er-

diston.
; MATCHES
Windward vs. Central
After skittling out Windward for
ot runs on a slightly impaired
wicket at Congo Road, Central got
to within five runs of this score
for the loss of half of their team’s
wickets, Bowling honours were
divided between Weekes and An-
drews who took three wickets
each for 12 and 10 runs respec-
tively,
Foundation vs. Erdiston
Erdiston had much the better of
first day’s play in their match
inst the Foundation School
team, After bowling the boys for

th

93 runs, they scored 53 for the
loss of three wickets, Norgrove
scoring 26. In the school’s first

innings Bourne of Erdiston took
six wickets for 32 runs and Roach-
tord two for 13.

Y.M.P.C, vs. Leeward

Y.M.P.C, after being bowled out
for 110 runs in their first innings
struck back at Leeward by cap-
turing four of their wickets for
only 28 runs before play ended
for the day. Gilkes of Leeward
kept up his good performances to
date by capturing six of the
Y.M.P.C’s wickets for 54 runs.

College vs. Empire

Against steady bowling by
Spooner and Brewster, the College
‘eam scored 98 runs before their
last wicket fell. Maycock 32 and
Bertram Smith 29 defended dourly
ugainst the accurate bowling. In
their turn at the wicket, Empire
have so far scored 41 for the loss
of one wicket,

Scores
Windward vs. Central
at Congo Road

Windward 84 (Rev, Simmons
20, Fields 30; Weekes three for 13,
Andrews three for 10, Da Silva
two for 10).

Central 79 for 5 wickets. (Hinds
26 not out, Patrick 13, Weekes 20
not out; Me. Conney two for 24).

College vs. Empire at College

College 98 (Maycock 32, Smith
29, Batson 13; Spooner four for 12,
Brewster four for 15).

Empire 41 for 1 wkt. (Roach 19
not out, Kirton 12 not out).

Foundation vs. Erdiston
at Erdiston

Foundation 93 (Mr. Jones 42,
Bradshaw 15; Bourne six for 32,
Roachford two for 13).

Erdiston 53 for four wkts. (Nor-
rrove 26).

Y.M.P.C. vs. Leeward at Fosters

Y.M.P.C. 110 (Goddard 24, H.
Mandeville 15, Austin 16 not out;
Gilkes six for 54, Allen two for
21).

Leeward 28 for four ae. (Fos-





ter 15; Burke two for

W. Goodridge lbw Sealy 3
G, Harding c & b Lashley 41
E, Marshall lbw Lashley 0
W. Burke b_ Lashley id 16
Stanford b Sealy ae 1
KE, Edghill b Sealy 4 13
A. Nicholson c Williams b Sealy 5
Cox c Hughes b Sealy 2
White not out : 5
Extras 4

Total 123
Fall of widckets: 1/9, 2/18, 3/61, 4/71,
89, 6/90, 7/97, 8/115, 9/118, 10/123.

HOWLING ANALYSIS

Oo. M. R. W

1 Williams 5 2 12 1
V Callender :— ‘=
h Branker 12 1 7 -—
H. Sealy . » 3 33 5
Wu. Phillips . 1 - a4 —
Lashley 9 1 25 4

COMBERMERE—ist Innings

il, Sealy ec & b Matthews 0
I Branker c Edghill b Cox 8
A. Phillips not out 36
Hughes ¢ White b Cox 2
J. Inniss not out ‘ 4
Extras 5

Total (for 3 wkts.) 55
Pall of wickets: 1/0, 2/22, 3/28
BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. MR.
G Matthews 7 2 14 1
y Edahill 2 1 8 -
H. Cox 7 1 20 2
Nicholson 2 13

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arrive by the 8.8. “Colombie”
on November 5th just in time
for the November races which
open on Saturday 8th.



Open Shooting
Events Begin

The shooting competition held
under the auspices of the Bar-
bados Rifle Association continues
this week. On Sunday morning at
6.30 o'clock the open events for
all visitors began at the Rifle
Range from the 200 yards bank
with competitors firing 7 rounds.

In the Class A open event Mr.

J. A. Sutton visiting marksman final.

from British Guiana top scored
with 34 points out of a possible
25, While in the Class B Mr. R. O.
Erowne top scored with 34 points
out of a possible 35.

Y-sterday at 6.30 a.m. the fifth
event in the open shoot continued

at the Government Rifle Range.
Competitors fired 10 rounds at
the 300 yards bank,

In this shoot the H.P.S, was

0, Mr. M. Hunter from Trinidad

top scored with 47 in the Class
A. while in the Class B, Mr. F.
3ello also from Trinidad top

scored with 45 points.
In the first two details smoke

from the B,U.O.C,_ interfered
with the target, while a heavy
wind at times blew from all

directions across the target,

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

Mr. F. D, Davis won the Rad-
cliffe Hall Challenge Cup which
was shot for by local marksmen |
at the Government Rifle Range}
when the local. shooting competi-|
tion continued in light varying}
winds and dusty conditions.

The shoot off for the cup was |
with three sighters by each com- |
sags and Mr. Davis scored two

ulls and an inner to beat P.C.
O. Shepherd three |
inners,

The open event for local marks- |
men and visitors took place, be-!
ginning at the 500 yards bank, !
competitors firing seven rounds to,
count. The H.P.S, was 35 points, |
and Mr. M. Hunter, Trinidad, |
reached the possible to repeat his |

who secured



eo an earlier open event. |
é results are as ee |
CLASS as follows: |
. Hunter, T’dad
F. D. Davis, B'dos., 3 ary +4
Dr. EB Richardson 33 4.00
Capt. C, Warner......... 33 3.00
R, 5s. M. H. Marshall., 32 2.00
M. R. De Verteuil 32 1.00
CLASS B. ;
F.C. O, Shepherd M4 $5.00
R. O. Browne., 33 2.00 |
Lt. E. R. Goddard 32 2.00 |
Sgt. K. Parris 31 1,50 |
BE. 3, PMTy.. ves esk 31 1,00
L. W. Hassell... 30 50 |
|

The results for Sunday's shoot are as
follows: —

OPEN EVENT CLASS A.—Prize List.



J. A. Sutton (B.G.) a4 $10.00
M A. Wight . 6.00
Mai. A. S. Warren 33 4.00 |
R.S.M., H. B. G. Marshall 33 3.00
N. J. Driver B.G. 38 1.00
OPEN EVENT CLASS B. !
R. O. Browne...... : “4 $5.00
F. BE. Edwards, B.G. 33 $3.00
Clip. K. Knight
(B'dos. Police) 32 2.00
H. C. Boyce 32 1.50
= Ee T. Perey et esss n 1,00
W. A. Richardson 31 50

The results for yesterday's shoot are

as fol'ows:—
OPEN EVENT CLASS A. Prize List.
M. Hunter (Trinidad) a7 $10.00
J. A, Sutton (B.G) 47 6.00
V. O'Neil (Trinidad) 46 4.00
Maj. F. Manley (B.G,).... 46 3.00
Dr. BE. Richardson (T’dad) 46 2.00
Capt. D. St. Aubyne (B.G) 45 1,00 —
OPEN EVENT CLASS B,
F. Bello (Trinidad)... 45 $5.00
Cc. Wilson as aba 45 3.00
R. S. Bancroft (B’dos) “4 2.00
. R. S. Yearwood oy 1.50
R. O, Browne a4 1.00
Â¥. J. Parry 43 50

The open events continues to-day.

re .
Windwards Win
(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. KITTS, Oct. 27

The Windward Islands won the
second Test match by 131 runs.
Windward Islands declared their
second innings closed at 128 for
8. Phillip scored 57 runs in 30
minutes, Crick 50 runs. G. Ed-
~vards took 3 for 21, BE. Matthews
took 5 wickets for 22,

Faced with 209 runs, Leeward
Islands were all out for 78, Mason
2 for 18,



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Indian Tour
Confirmed
A Cable was received on Sun-
day by the local Cricket Associa-
tion informing that the Indian tour
to the West Indies early next year
has now been confirmed.

Mr. John Goddard, one of Bar-
bados’ repres&ntatives on the West



€

match
team.
on

Indies Cricket Board of Control, “

said yesterday that Mr. C. A.
Merry, Secretary of the Board
would “rush” a copy of the itin-
trary at the earliest pessible op-
portunity.

at Jamaica, the programme fe-
mains the same as that submitted
by the W.LC.B.C.

The tourists are expected to ©

leave England on the 26th Decem=
ber by the S.S. Golfito, arriving
at Trinidad on the 4th January
where the first match will be
played.

The Golfito passes through Bar-
bados on its southbound trip to
Trinidad, and it is possible that
cricket fans here might get a

of the touring team.

SWIM FAVOURITE

The fast times recorded by
junior swimmers, particularly
girls, in comparison to seniors

during the past two years have

been maintained during the Eng~

lish championships at Hove
Sixteen-year-old York scnool-

girl Pauline Musgrove clocked the »
or li.

fastest time 69.6 sec. in the girls’

100 yards backstroke heats,
which makes her favourite for
Saturday's undefended



6 TRACTORS

Friday

.390, Prescod 104. Berbice scored
Jt was understood, however, that” 119 for seven at the close of play
with the exception of the canceila- ‘and resuming on Sunday took the
tion of the two-day Colts MateOSgcore to 178. Made to follow on
the home team helped by a fight-
-ng 61 notout by Cecil Paul and
bright un@efeated 24 by Moon-
sammy forced a draw by reaching
115 for two at the close of play.

MATCH DRAWN

i

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Jamaica Cricket |
Tour Closes

(From Our Own

The
osed

Jamaica
on
against a
The
Monday
ia Trinidad.

The Berbice match
when

Jamaicans
morning

Resuming
fisitors closed

on
their

Advocate

out on Sunday

3 runs respectively.

I
Standard in their second innings | 1

Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN,
cricket
Sunday with
Berbice County

Jamaica
first scored 296 for five.
Saturday,

held Standard to a
draw in a very exciting match at
glimpse of some of the members Orange Hill. Advocate who were
. 84 for seven in reply to Stand-
ard’s ist innings score of 117 were | Lou
soon
Denny tgok five for 33 Goodridge
and Headley two each for 23 and





OCT. 28

B.G.,
tour

a drawn |
|

took
for

plane |
home |

started on
batting

the
innings for



e people throughout Bridgeto’
Frade it ‘was lost saa

But boys what happefied reall:
\ White pepper got in the satice

You ask us how it happened
| Ana we now plainly state
Joe, Lou and le
Had a4 ding dong debate.

. .

.
got vex and she cleared out
Btating “boys I resign”

I €an’t support this ic
You all are too unki

for 96. O.

IT am a peaceful woman
hate men to back-bite
dissociate my

presence
after being 64 for no wickets de-| With both you boys to-night |

clared at 121 for six. C. Banfield,
Advocate pacé bowler in a spell of |

overs (7 maidens)

ets for 46 runs.

L

Given 143 to win

title scored 63 for seven, C. Clarke 32, |
». Grant 10, C. Jones |











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V. Clement took two wick=

LTD

Al! Joe and Robert pleaded
Their pleadings were tn yain
While Lou grew more

took four And acted quite insane
.

|We can’t tell the whole story
Put try and understand
Whenever people “break-up”
Confusion takes command

. .

Advocate



9.

: — | It seems as if the fashion

To-day is to “declare war”

And even the peacemakers

Will fighting weapons borrow
. . .



‘\ hattle on in Korea

The same thing over here

And while the tactics differ

Some men still live in fear
.

One’s weapon is the rifle
The other's a bitter tongue
While some resort to fistie
So war is all around

. *

There's war sometimes in churches

And in assemblies too

And war sometimes in cabinets

On topics old and new a
* .

There's war sometimes in Vestries

There's war sometimes in schools

There's war among the wise men

| There's war among the fools .

| .

| There's war inside the househotd

|} Even war among unborn
| Greater wars among the brethren
| There’s war every new morn. |

. .

And there was war in heaven
Avd in Christ Church grave yard
| Well boys the dead or living
i Per peace have no regard.
* :

| When will these battles over

; Con anybody tell? p

| When a few go on to heaven
And the others go to hei.

} . ; .

| But even then, remember

|Tf we war over here

| We must take that war-like spirit

| Wherever we £0; don't fear \

.

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I'M.I III.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, OCTOBKK 2K. IS2 Bowlers Do Well On Sodden Wickets The 101 kd nanws began last Saturday with most gtf the team* falling to tome low •cores and bowlers returning good figures. At most of the grounds Wad mew hat sodden leaving Umpires and Captains undecideu i BM of the games began some 45 minutes aflei sche are only two runs made in one over. Mental Hospital In thair match against C %  C Will., HI Donuibutad it* to tap score. He wu the only batsman to reach double llgures. D. Archer bagged six al the HogpMal'i wickets tor nine run four owfi In the CabW & WireJOCKEY Oubert Yvonet who I* on hi* wasboats sftar a holiday In Trsnce H will arrive by the S.S. "Oolonble*' on November Dtfa Just in Urns for ths Hovssabsr races which open on Saturday Bui Open Shooting Events Begin leas first knock at the wick* lost live batsmen for thirty nil Franco)* olle.tr.1 l I 1 a* far. V Todd look (wo of th" wicket-, for fl eward HI in this txture. ttk re on top Ore of 28 for the uucates. Y M.P.C.. no other side Mcnaa the Inne Mature mark, neereet to 11 i-mg College's H8 'i. bmuire played 1 tie blithest he suspires IMS -t the foundJtion to* 0 •• Asaoci-lmn eDSltSsUSM A ... |] ,, pjjf, 'his week. On Sund-iy inornins at (.30 o'.l(.k the ojM'n events Cor MATC'IIKS *" visitors began al the Itifl • Windward vs. Central nioinini; for home ludaaL The llritucf match started on Friday when Jamaica b-iitmg Merry. Secret an of taw Board ""t stored 286 for flva. Would ''rush'' a copy of the run Resuming on Saturday, the >"riiry at the earliest peaslbl* oSIsltora cloaed thru tunings for purtunity Pi—tOsj 104. Bcibice scored I Btaj with the exception of th, -j resuming on Sunday took the lion of the two-day O ,„ c .„ I78 Made .„ t(jlU(A otl jM ?f C P T?*r ,m l!" tapan helped by .. ftghtZPSZJwirnr ,h BUbml,t d .D| 61 m* out h) Cecil Paul and • Th,. iour.a'5 are aanected to %  hright undefe-ud 24 b, Moonleave England on the 26th Uevcm%  •*>-* **" %  + ajtrew by reaching ber bv the S.S. Gollfo. arriving at Trinidad on the 4th January where the first mutch will he played. The Coi.rlto passes through Barbados on its southbound trip to Trinidad, and it is possible tint cricket fans here might get s glimpse of some of thr membra %  if the touring team. US for two at the close of play. %  a. tM In the Carlton-C.-rnbermc..' nvAftar .-tlltling out Wn,..,..-. fa, ^ ^C^'X o'pS even""^ "' I A SottoT vUULn? marksman fell ... th" *.-*. b..wllni! of Wllruns of this score "JHJ u J' ( L G "'V^J^S .Vh.kin the Class II Mr. H O. e was caught and bowled divided i%  Mir lop eored with 34 points by Lash I.-H Marshall was next urews who look th. %  of „ possible 35. Ltd 10 runs respecY '"erday at 6.30 a.m. the Hfth Bowling for Combermere. Mr. tivea>, '' 'it m the open shoot continue! Harrv Sealy took five wicketfor I undati.m \N. Krdislon '.overnment Hifle Range. rourforan. Erdiston had much the better of Cooipamonj tired 10 rounds at i era In their turn at |.i ;n ,,, in.iL TI .ui-. bank, •si M baFoundation School hi *hls sh-mt the 11.PS. was fore clon Ml M Hunter from Trinidad] it up 03 runs, thoy wr*d with 47 In the ClasF .1. H. Ooai far i, ,,( Norgrovc A, while In "• t'last B. Mr. r. i Ballo also from Tiinidad top Innings Bourra i '.iiii 4S points %  bt uickci-. lor U runs and RoaetvIn the flrst two detailmoke '"' l3 'he B.UOC interfered \ l'.(. vs. leeward with the target, while a heavy bowled out wind H time* blew from all % %  .. across the target. struck beet si Leeward bj capYESTERDAY'S RESULTS r D, Davis won the Redonl) 2H p*r befOtt plu ende-i turfa Hall Challcime Cup which '"' "" %  %  '• oiikw .i I>.W.,MI i f„ r by local marksmen, perfor mane as to i iha (iuvnnmrnt mile Itange ..v.. i,, rapturkH x (S| In. , . ll( h _, } .., ril iU< .,, ,, .ii-t iwtaketi lor 54 runs H, | hKill v llllllt ( idleue vs. I.mpire tUttdCav Against steady bowling by The shoot oft for the cup was! •nd lln wstc i. the College with tin re sighted hy onch comI M run bean Useta petitoi and Mr. Davis scored two wiekqt fill Maycock 12 and lull' .md an inner to beat PC Smith -"' dwanded dourly o Bheetherd who secured three UfaJnSl lIn accurete bowling. In Innaaw UMtt tuin .it the wicket. En.inn t.ii Kored 11 for the loss %  two each lor 23 and cspcelivaly Standard in their second inning* aftc being 64 for no wicket, declared at 121 for sia. C. Banfleld. pnes bowler in a spell of 17 maidens) took four far 17. V. Clement took two wicket.for 46 runs. OtvgSj 143 to win Advocate %  iiored 63 for seven, C. Clarke 32. m 19. OCT. 28 — NO. 247 TOPICS BY JOE & ROBERT Jb8EMDorS700P t %  %  .' afip-1 Backache, Rheumatic Pain Relieved • %  vary eictu'* '•il. a Story' Ti' people itirounot Brklffuiii 1. ., -nrrl If Jo* waft I,,,. BVl !-•>. "•! hasssslWd really wane pepperol In Die %  sue* V*i ask u. how %  happened And we now plainly attle Joe. Lou and coaoeade fUaeel ,1-d a dlna dons detaa'e Joe and Roheii ...jir p.'eadina* were In vsln V nllr I'-II s'ew rnorr inaicriaiit And acted quite InasiM 1 We tan't Wll ur whole storv | Put Iry -nd unddiitand WhSfwvar panp-e "l>r*ah-up" ConruMon lahta i C rlton took tWO for 20 runs. Sparlir 1 nutke c r< Aui A r Maithewrua out W batck ct vilk1) 1 Buiha 1 r P Smith h K nmuK" BBttaS! Bea ToU.1 BOW LINO AHAtfTBtt 0 M H L Bnrkc I it Austin s a-. Brai 'i T.M rC l-l liimni. U Orarnldae •! W ( K>d I. <-<•— E. SOtnda-. D, Klnu I I. t> Ultima K A liranher lb-, b OHUSa) 8. Porter 11. w b Wood O, Oreenldae rt Morrl. b Ollten. I Burke ct Smith t. W.-.l p. Btanker not tmt O. A..I.I ct Msllhew b Wood B. Htvoa d slalthe*. b Wood laanvstl h Ollten* The open event for local marka%  vi -it.,rs took place, beglnnlng at the 500 yards bank. VI llrlng seven rounds to count The H.P.S. was 35 points, and Mr. M. Hunter. Trinidad, Total BOWI INO gAI VSI %  asgji Parrt* Oia-e Won.1 • OsHasa UrAlte.-". Innlni* S:. 1 H V. Mental HinplUl fS. Wlrrlrss MSNTAL HOsetTAl. I.tnini M.'Uvr-' I. H Kins Arclwi C. Beat b llrsnwr B. Che %  Anil" R U I:' i WiM Arehet Windward 84 (Rev Simmons reached the possible to repeat his "JO, fields SO; Weekes three for 13, win in nn earlier oueu event %  %  M 10). 79 for 5 wickets. (Hind* Mi not out. Patrick 13. Weekes 30 IO! nut o for 24). Olleie vs. Implr. at IMIIece Collese SB (MaycocK 32, Smith ?9, Bauson 13; BpOODSC four for 12. r four lor 15). Empire 41 tor I wkt. (Roach 19 not out. Klrlon 12 not out) foundation vs. frdtaton at Krdislon ,-ion 93 (Mr. Jones 42. M 15; Bourne six for 32. Roachford two for 13). 53 for four wkts. (Nor26). V M P.C. vs. I reward at Fo*4er<. hf.P.C. 110 (Ooddard 24. H. He 15. Austin 16 not out; r,tikes six for 54. Allen two for r i %  -.i %  .in Ua torn wkts. (foe* • B Burke two for t). H The results are L_ • LASS A H tsaasss, Vdad fapt. C Wainrr HSU It Maimhall V R De Vertenll K Ooddat Parrla PsnjI la—ell nw Sunday.haot | Jardenlng, paiQitni, odd jobs round (be hu* can ne a petaurt tsjain wtven you are frer from I at.-1-aihc. rlaSaatnatiC psiDe, tUd, athina muatlc't aol 10..111, Kinsj_ bago or cjoounoo uriaary uouhles Jut to impunuet in iha blood Whrno|t, ruppyrebef by taking IXsiu • Ba>*acb T Kjdncy rdli Tbry help the tudaryi i rtd Uve blood of escrss un. sdd sod otaec impunt.as which othrr* •isr might (iDleci is Uw SBtlrn. and Okusr Imifii HAU A Cl-STURYjmMU m 'thtmtf ^Immui -m hJmt awssn u lim aroW raspeo' / D*m'i l\U§. O-a/e/u. -rs a~ •jassssa / at v "M md m*munJ law Jlciw aisr*(tc o-f war? /n-ii-yt-M :hnr frimdi mJ M wig M iw i ii) / /BABY'S GETTING SOLID OPEN BVTMT CLASaS M 11 H (1 Mai-iiall D Orl vi BO. BM Total • as nowi.iM; ANAI v-i~S Ooodtldo Ihw Bealy G. Hatdlim cab La>hle> %  „ r Marahall Ibw l*.hl> 4,T W. Burke b Laatak-r %  I' tMahiii %  > Seal* ... A Nlrnouon c Wllllama b S l ; i ... %  iiushr. b Sealy White not out Fran. BMt AilliamllTSnkri Carter h %  Ciunev l> TuiKI nm iu.. !" a O. Knlsht b Tidd D. Areher not out BaSrai TotaJ Ho* S kt. Fall ol wicket. 1 I, L*. '• *'^ BOWLING ANAUValS ^ V Tcdd V Carter %  R. Ch-a. C. Wllllama J. Wiltshire S l> e Carl ton vs. Combernicn AUTOS-lat taaiM' K. Mai'hall atp lUiewsurt b lal>ley „ M.Uh... b W.ll..m. IIOWI-INO ANALYSIS W ill.1. Itiankei 'TIN FVKNT rt.AIW B o Brown* ... M SBJBS Xdwarda. BO SI SSM K Knlsht Bdoa roUoal . SB 1-01 II r -oyea SB i V 1 Parry 11 I *t W. A tUchardaH >l St The mulla far veaterrtay'. eioot >i %  t.n-a: — I'lTN rA'CNT O-ASS A PrISe I-Irt i Trinidad i * 110* J A Sutlon iBOl .. 4T S*J V f>'Nnl iTTlnldd> *• 0" Ma r Uanlev flOl 4S 1M Pr t aicfcardaon .Tdadi 4S lOB Cap* D Bt Aubyna OB.Oi t s* 1 OPKN rVSINT CLASS B Bello .Trmldad U Wllaon • t TUnrnwl 'era—I * S Veararood .. 44 I 1 rrr. T* •.<• open evmla i ^ ll,le> i oxnlNMrai — I.I laalaaSeal) ckb Mallh.-*104.1,.,r .' 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I'M.I MX R IIAKUAIMIS AUVtK'Ai'K TUESDAY. OCTOBER M. 1952 •:. • BARBADOS A ADVOCATE ,ll<*d a. lb* I _.. MHdt'lawa TWM.II>. tK-lober 28. 152 What Happened When A ELECTRIC DEADLOCK lliirric*aii€> Hit I InDowagt'r SACRIFICES THE grMl n .r,ness of the K; plan is lh.il il i^sumes anos<>s things which ought not to be assumed or supplied where expenditure is involved The ment. i->r instance, ami nut Bvernfalbi, better use of the M>I). ImIIK! (IfVfinpment of i, be/ore expecting an average crop of J.TO.000 toni <>f sugar ever the liexl five years. No allowance is made for hurricane, outbreaks: of, diflMM OB drought before irrigation can be devel It that none of these I .ii i bul not to allow (or an crop oi less than 150.000 tons is Into the nt small rise proposed in direct Incom itlon camouflages the much hii'her ris. in indirect taxation. The abolition of hal ,nr *' I will further Increase It wouhj have been much belter for the government to have abolished all food fcubsidies. increased the allowances fQj married men and children and to have left the petrol tax unchanged In this way the normal increases in th. COM of living would have borne less hardlv on the hard-working middle classes whom present government policy will increaspel to seek the security and privileges of governmeni employment 01 to lower their standards of living still further. An island which owes so much t,, the nee ol en independent middle class. whose financial independence both of the rich private employer and of the powerful : nmenl machine enables them to contribute to the freedoms and liberties of the ordinary citizen, out of all proper tion to their numbers, cannot compliment the government on a taxation policy designed to increase the weight of llnanciul burdens which are already forcing down their standards of living. if the sacrifices which the whole community are asked to bear in the proposed sear plan were to result in an active development policy centred around the creation of a deep water harbour and the expansion of the most valuable Industry we po tew sjftex sugar Tourism—then ,,ie s ' Wild have been made for the certain improvement of the living s'.andards of all. The majority of Barbadians feel, however, that too much of the money wrested from them in direct taxation and indirect taxation is being spent with too little scrutiny and sometimes with indifference in order to make the foment service more attractive for those whom it empl The process of H ampira-building*' among civil servants has gone far enough. A much greater spirit of sacrifice is called for from those who are always ready ,, |o discharge their obligations to society wuli %  body else's cheque book" Efficiency can IK bought a-, too dear G pi e in human ind suffering, There must %  %  I the Dfl from the 11 .pi,, through tion is to provide further social beneVIT ST-II A Dow.ij.rr V A I' th< foil in! umprepare for batUe? If not you |f, ||.%V 1l I MllllMt '• %  Th. prcrfeaaor * to should read the opening chapters ^^ that it was om> Churchill In the latest volume o( the officul ^^ __n-, | QV ing care. He v vm \t\nWci\ct thai ha l kept BUB History of the Second World chamberlain's slow march : th?re o. long. J War.' feBBBBBSl lU the m-rks he can mut. : oroolc was the wart Dealing: with lbs period from y.i insht UTwNe-atoooUsr, and knew it Munich to Dunkirk, these chap* ,..' Later, he was Mi l* sent to the provide (Be ossstal, the anal. **£J .,,.. I I tr> ot Supply to boost tankj justification fo t the "ceuaaUou "**• %,*!.,, •"" "• Moscow l., ,ado again*! us at the time — gj h .; s .,„,,„.„ t c fac ts and the tope with Us*le Joes exo.bi| that we wer these fihockinu then Ussa son ... the (rum's -Another predilection • of the hj the mulls Minister**, ssj the professor sarily large proportion of scarce "which, JS Professor I'" Ian put! mmurvly. "wns for admitililramaterials escaped into iiiraaenti u |i|t | •'ihi. Minister*! revh'allsl influtive methods moie Informal thai ea." 4 i|fl4r %  '" sehWved thr established practices of GovAs for our industrial labouil "The delivery <•( new flghtsr. eminent departments, lorce, l>^ 1KB USB! "< Kunkit 11 Qgg i : % % %  259 in April to 467 in "The latter pelt routine papc ly ont-haU the total aSsSSB \|euUubei Bad K.ghtcr Command work, or, in general, organisation; fdcryed .it wer*! outbreak had sswsrei I I otn Us itue la Ibe and, as a poster in hla private IK'.-II absorbed into industry. autumn with more aircraft than office proclaimed, 'Organisation "Economic mobilisation was ft ha niiinuu. the enemy or improvisation.' km and incemphrte, But, rin OXMI HMsetscular, .<> well as Hut B.uverbrook plays Ihe uuthf BBS Ministry or Aircraft Production under his autocratic sway are the most vlvil in the whole volume. It l| as If the author had caught htmsvir lotoa of the Insol would suttee to friBhten the A(|ltUfl Th(k ;| ,. tlial nBurcs under Infectious enthunasin which bull in th' opposlto corner ll II n D. [ ,.,rh > .wii regime were 416 P ir,Hi Beavcrbrook entourage in mi < K and 416 houid charging "sunfi'tmmsljr those long ago, exciting days. It %  .1 %  %  li. !i .. II' ,. kiTI %  iv had esUmated production us view (hat a plan was not someher place siood a tiuculen'. SjSJ ,„ June and 222 in August, thing he was confident of fulAIIEngllshman with a bulldog chin. The actual BjJUMa were 407 and ng but Just something tha; ind by his side the arch-priest nf 39); and by August the Germa.t would make you work harder, improvisation. Churchill had be bombing of our factories had ' perhaps the professor had %  ome Prime Minister, and h" had begun. wearied of depicting how Chammade hr.iM ibrook his Minister o.' The immediate emergency berlain. the man of peace, had Aircraft Production. passed. Th Battle of Britain hud failed the test of war, and turned l.ovini; Care been won. Hy the end or 1940 it with relief to the itory of i Now the author of "British had become clear that the Oervillain who provided a happie War I*roducuon" is a Professo, man night-bombing would fail of **'ling. 4 fkonomic History who In decisive results -The flri-Uh War Production.tage iifter page of this book, dUOther Tusks h y MM. Postaii—Hlsforiy of the plays his belief in planning. Theie is implied criticism in Second World War tStalioticr\, committceB. and co-ordination oi Professor Postan's statement that Of/ire and Lonpmans 32M. 6d.) -•very kind. He handles these subBeaverbrook did nut leave the L. *;. s. to K I SMYTIIIKS. Mil rVFTER readinsj the details of the proposed Avc vsjar plan foi Baiiiacloe and the impressive sums of monaj required to finance it. 1 find mysell wondering why the argument between the Cioveroment and the Electric Company should still be In a state of deadlock, as it has been for over a year now. To have this matter settled so that the Company could RO ahead with its plans, would obviously be a great advantage to the island as a whole, and would not involve the Covernment in the expenditure of a single dollar* It is equally obvious that to spend money in the effort to encourage new industries to establish here, when electric lowtr is not available for them, would be an unjustifiable waste ol public funds. (n view of the major financing called fot in the plan, it seems quite out of the question that the Government should have any idea ol acquiring the plant of the Electric Company by purchase. I es'imate roughly that to dc so and provide for the necessary expansioi would need aLout £800.000 more or less. As practically no information has beer, made public for some time, we can only guess about the true state of affairs, but so far ai can be ascertained, the Company canno laise the new capital needed unless the Pub lie Utilities Act is either disallowed oi modified, and the Government refuses U budge an inch or make any concession. If that is the case, are we not entitled a ask if the Government is enacting the-pai of the dog in the manger, unable to cat m hay itself, and refusing to let the horse have it? In view of the policy of encouraging Colo nies to progress toward a greater measure c self-government, we can understand tha the Secretary of State is reluctant to inter vene by disallowing the Act, but that place; responsibility on the Government to put ttu best interests of the Colony before considcra tions of petty party politics. Even if the dispute were settled at once it would still be three years or more befort the much needed plant expansion could b carried out, so that more than half the liv years of the plan would have passed befort the Company was in a position to supph power to new industries. Apart from this it would seem likely lha the existence of such a deadlock in the vita affairs of the island, might have a strong!, deterrent effect on industries that woul otherwise establish here. There is nothing to be gained by rakir. over the ashes of past errors made by lh> Company or by the various Government that have come and gone in the last fort, years. It is urgently necessary to arrive WINDSOR WEEKLY BARGAIN BUYS SEEDS, both Vegetable and Flower AUTOGRAPH AND PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS SEWING AND MANICURE SETS DECORATIVE PAPER DOY1-EYS. SERVIETTES and Waxed Delicatessen Cups for Jellits and Ice Cream. lilt WINDSOR rHAKMACY LTD. Broad SL—Tel. 2292 STOVES TAKE YOUR CHOICE Ne. t and 7 WOOD and COAL VALOR 2 and 3 Burner Large VALOR 1. 2 and 2 Barner Table TL'RN' 1 and 2 Burner Table TURN 2 Burner Large FALK 2 Burner Table BEATRICE Sluale and Double Burner AND PRESSURE Stoves by COLEMAN, PHIMl'S L MONITOR AT WILKINSON & HAYNES Successors to CO, LTD. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phonr MM, 46I EDCE3 III ( KM I I II STORES Our Readers Say; revenue is to be expended for Ihe i iiiniiiuii giod. It mvulves an investigation Into tne theory and rlw Ipar Plan ol Cacunny or "going slow to inciomcc ot uucuiion, ana an info, The Kdlior, The Advocate. lV0 -'>">'H>ne eAaa a Job," is often quiry uuo the v.inous oornnving old.— AS lax as 1 can see It, the presetted U> those who are Mill meuious by both central and local tlve-year plan of Development and U1 employment. It i agreed lhat Governments. Now tha buslaeai taxi>(ion depends on our abiUly to ,n s adlon would assist fellow of Governmeni in um matter is .nere.ise our Natiun,il Dividend, m !" who fl re out of work, as of great magnitude, and will exert which Is the net product ol lh j 1 *'" create employment for a considerable influence on put,ite Joint-Agencies, land, labour, capi'hem. As a mailer or fact, howbusiness generally and on tne n.i•al anu business ability nainelj mi ever, this assistance can only he lional money n.aiket in particular. lotal amount of goodi created and *lven at the expense of the rest In te last lew rears, however, rendered during a given of lnc workers who are employthere has been an enormous rise %  ay, g jrear, aftei '."< raw "' •' % %  uni a d d it io n al labour data '" ftp national expenditure ana %  ..Hetuils and material agents ol not IIU-ICIM* the national dividend; wl mgenuiu ul i.overinnent win feroducUon have been replaced, therefore, the amount available be wverely taxed in endeavouring fh* essential point to be noticed lot distribution as wages Is not inlo implore new sources of revenue about services is that the> are Creased. This polie> tends to drive "' "Met toe evergrowing expsnoieatuuaaed in the act of production; contracts abroad, where there arc ,ure Thbi giowtn of cxpcim.iuie ihey are not, however, any less not the same ^liillrultles in obtainhus bocn b 'uhi about by several patt ot the Income o! those who ing puiutu.il pcrfurnianee of conl *-i il "*loe ufeat nai and U* njov them. 'tracts as given, and where the inCUire l ^iSn War secondly as U should be boinu in mind th;it creased output ot workers enables so *-'iv h*. progrcsed and wealth ino National Dividend Is not a tho employ..n. u make lower QUOnn "" %  W***^. "' state an 1 enterprises have been exupon for one year, while it is ly. the policy of %  Ca'canny" tends u ll, "' d l ••" tiiresaions. : tl me pioprepanng a stock lor (he next; t" increase uneni|lo.vment and is vl,io * •'•fhools. public libraries, l is a lonlinuou-s stream, the therefore based on a fallacy recreation grounus. poor nm r greater part of which is consumed saniution, Civd Service and now shortly after It U produced. If the Capital. Thefunction of capl,no provmon of the five-year volume of this stream is great, • * (D '> sustain the worker * lan the country is said to be prosper""ring the time which elapses Tn mecl ,nul expenditure, there oua. Attempts have been made to between the production ol the raw ** an increase ol taxation in Cusmoasuro it by means ol the nam *-. !" '* 1 lltl ,he "nal process to| ns Duties, g -s rum rjearettei tlonal Income which is tha sum wn'ch makes it ready for consumpIncome Tax and loans are rabaM ot the incomes of all persons In ,,on As Production becomes more which it is hoard will h#. !" Jn^' M COramUBtty. The national inf>borate thU period becomes nent or long Se7 iWi toJL'S^I /ome is not exacUy the same thing on er n "> amount of Cap1" only Just inai f uluu ,aiMMeuV>r!. as the National Dividend, but "•* necessary to sustain labour *bo have been .pared u,. other thing, being equal, ,t U as ."f**"?* rcater. (2) To supply of this great national underUiKmi rfood a measure as we have at ln labourer with raw materials should contribute some Dart of band, upon wjiich to exert his cner K ie S the cost, as thev may be eSinet-tea Now let us consider these agen•"* <3) lo supply the labourer to derive some' .." the wsuin ,g %  les, land. iU productivity can be w "fi appliances by means of benents. A^ regards income tax ncrcased (1) b, numuring (t) which he can call in the aid Of before rate, are rated, it us hoped ~ un d the minioperate, decide what goods are to be promum amount that has to be conIn Ilarbados. sugar is our major duced and In what quantities and jumed in order w> maintain that ndustry and Us market is li-nitcd lastly to bring the producer and income. ..nd controlled, so we shall have consumer together, by devlaUn-the With Uie rising ef prices doubto create a demand for other crop beat mettjodi of m-irketlng his leaa the theory of marginal utility or else obtain better conditions *"*1* Without theorganiser; will be extentvefty otact'.r.| V, if marketing than those at present there would be overlapping misconsumer* and uTlcM theilate y ; sl r n — production and waste of tlm..nd mterfei.s. s period of Labour: This can be increased mat. k CX(l .' ni nt ni isuwaways (i) By_jmprovuifi Having dealt with the Bgeruaei acUWtle* of the I'De.,.,the workers' skill (21 by improv. of production, let us now turn to enriches himself at the CXDCTIM of ing the appliances am) of Public ruianee The Uie wagi and (3) by Division of Labour and functloni of this branch of ecorise but -vnvlv m Voinissttam specialisation. ..omic -lundcr and with prices But; s111 nan stthsi During period of depression ; ivestigale the ways in which expenso of the peonC hartjuiTtoad In industry when there is considGovernment revenue Is to be obmoney incomes erable unemployment, the policy talned, and to discuss bow this C G G rising pr. scope foe of the speculator who get on with the job. The progressive development of the islani is being throttled by the shortage of ele< tricity and whoever is stubbornly refusini to compromise in the matter, is assuming i very grave responsibility indeed. It seem truly shocking that it has been allowed t drag along for over twelve months noi without progress toward a solution, espi daily in view of the fact that during th time the five year plan has been in proces of incubation. Aa the matter stands the only people wh can derive satisfaction from it are those wh are opposed to the progressive developmcr of the island. I have never yet heard one < these offer a practical suggestion as to ho\ the increasing population is to be provide* for. The stock answer is emigration, whic' does not seem to be at all practicable so fa as one can see ahead. From the viewpoint of importance to th world in general it may seem far fetched t compare this deadlock with the one ii Persia over oil, or the Armistice negotiation' in Korea. Bul an adequate supply of elec tricity is vitally important to Barbados, am talk of new industries to be encourage* under the live-year plan is only a futiK gesture if power at economic rates is noi available for them. When a prolonged deadlock like thf exists it is usually because someone is beint intransigent and refusing to agree to an; reasonable compromise. In view of the lltl portance of electricity to the whole island and the long time elapsed since any informa tion was given out, an authoritative statement on the prospects for clearing up th* deadlock would be very much in order now. In a democracy there is no good reason for keeping matters like this under a veil of secrecy indefinitely. likewise no sound reason for handling them on any other basis than putting the public interest before all other considerations. Miiiri rum. \VI>\I ns iiiiiiiisi ins i nit i MM By NKWEI.I. ROGERS DR. ALBERT EINSTEIN joined four other Nobel Prize winners and leading U.S. scientists to criticise restrictions on scientific travel into and out of the United States. Particularly do they condemn the Internal Security Act aimed at Communists, and the State Department's refusal of visas for dis tinguished thinker^ Dr. Linus Pauling top-rank U.S. vlmnw was denied a visa to attend the Royal Sourly in Britain last January. Britain's Dr. Michael Polany. an anti-Communist, was denied a visa to teach in Chicago. WITH A MAN'S GIFT IN MIND We carry a tremend ous range of SHIRTS fo: day-dress. Striped and Plain with choice of collar styles . SEA ISLAND COTTON UNDERWEAR, too — among the most popular and long wearing ... TROPICAL SPORT SHIRTS will bring colour to Winter UnJ. I fi/of GIFTS.. to Go Overseas AMERICAN MADE Ladies' Cotton Vesta CANADIAN AND ENGLISH NYLONS a gift to thrill and satisfy. Our selection offers a variety of gauges Da Costa & Co., Ltd. STOCK UP OH THESE CANNED MEATS for your November Order Ox Tongues Lunch Tongues Corned Mutton Luncheon Baaf Kan— All Pork Hanw In tini %  lb, to 10 lb. JUST ARRIVED Xma* Puddings Mince Meal P F Jaffa Figs P F Jaffa Data* Extra Strong Mints Canadian Bacon Canadian Chickens TO OUR CUSTOMERS The rice allowance for this weak is 2 pintUSE ycue NOURISHING FOOD SPECIALS Enriched Bread 12c. each Anchor Butter 11.03 per pkg. Batter Concentrate 87c, per tin Fig Jam Mc. per Un Cart's Cream Biscuiu 2*c par pfc. ; Orape FniltV-6 cents Oranges -6 cenu Daring the busy months of HOT. and Dee. when yon are In town will yon call for your groceries at Broad Bt side entrance. or Kensington. where we have ample parking space. Broad Bt No.. 2843, MB] < 92 Kensington No*. 3671—76 CALL EARLY



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PAGI. TWO n.\RR\l>0* ADVOCATE II 1-1) XV (H'TOBKR 2H. 1932 Qcuiib CalJinq ADVOCATE BRIDGE M RS. M. SHERMAN who had days in ihf ItUnd lefl for Trinidad over 1, 11 W i A. sr ii passenger Repraaentalive of Scundlniivun Airline* System [nc California. • • A ny the same op%  Carlson who wai paying a -hort vi"l to Batbad.*. MIM Carlarm in Pawnfrr Rqi %  %  of ailol Travel Service. California. Shaman and Mi*s Carlson wan Kue*t of Mr. and Mn. Ian Nihlmk. -rievelunil-." Bull.*. Croat Road. (•rmluuli'il 1>F( ST ELMO THOMSON. an Harrtaonlan hai recently graduated in Canada and la attached to the Ontario Hoapltal. Hln father recently returned Fran Panada arltan 11 Lion MRS. A. L ITUART wan "At Horn*" on Sunday mowing to HiI.i.llrmjF tba Oornor and Lady 3avagLucky H/n/i'-r.' K results of the I at the F.i l' at the UrauUna Co cl.n li;i\i %  • I..IKL The results are as foil 2481 Girl SSBU 'AV'rl ;isk.d t< lucky wir. H ; ...-allency the I %  ,i 1,-dy Savage were guesu _, H l: .V. 1 Number* dn At Homo at '•Norham." on Sunday morning. The Tarty rendered a few num. .;up'.u and in U* %  Itiotl to any ex; good l**l r the fiiiurcthe Party and other t-l i at tha Convent i.ally pli-a-ad p liis Exrellency'a accomnl at the piano whik* aW t> tang. stable "Joe to express with all the wiing. the deep I on* present. "It %  -.:nr he had seen r playing a piano with %  ry ii* to give the singers an opportunity l *> sing and a-oUM always re: im and tliltUs kindly ,.f him and Lady Savage." 1 thanked them hes and hope-1 %  -'am. ancing School will hold i Bam Dance at the PrlnCOfli %  i en Friday. October 31. //.r /*,>../ ttullvl A YOUNG Jamaican woman rf0t4 FosterOil'saw ru-r first ballet proLondOP un October IS. I'lirnirc. I %  ii.I a ballet based on local folk snugs and dance thv Mil Fdala*"! Wvii has written the muait ami book. < harnley, a young Urlls doiH 1 the chnreo:!,.. %  IH ~l I I MO IHOMSON :i Hie war 5 Ihei [.. %  in August Mlaa gWater-Davif .il homo tn Jni thought my BOIKI luck Ing out,* 1 she says. Then offi i to sia afer ne lead ol id EAST had no problem a onnOle of an% To No-Trump can being lor penaltiaa The other North jumped to Three Diamonds, a pure'v %  itioo and WrM douoiea (gain LatKiriR >ong suit there wa* no rause lor E*ti •o iaK triirni—We.-i *ou.d i id Four Diamond* u ne r.,1.1 I I %  I lea-s no*evM Wau nUAed to ;iuld not b.d*l I BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER O^HKV LL eal anything." said the restaurant propr. the menu is in French." It might IK fun to test them with gibberi.5i Trumpetles de Chaugr-n. S luce Mazoule, Petit* Baraques rott, Gifle de Paravent la Fourchette. Timbalas da Tracassme. Next day a young man in a Mayfair bar will be heard saying They do the aarasies belter than anywhere eLse in London. And that evening his friend will say to the girl with him. I advise the baraqaM. They do them frightfully well here" The wine waiter might even be able to unload a bottle of Chateau Coeacole on them. Srrni in court M R. JUSTICE COCKLECARROT was yesterday hearing a castin which a kiimer-imtirm firm (Fishglamour I Ltd) accuses a Mrs Rixtablc of cvcling into their warehouse and pouring marine glue over a heap I ( ,f fish A remarkable interrupt: A man wearing •nd oUaUM Jumped tc his feet and claimed the asked his name, he said "Call me Sam." "Who IS this ;, i.-i: a—man? --^''i Ooafciac:rn>t. After much whispering was established that the man was a slot machine inspect' :.,:;; .i H. in C.INI' I Why .l<'< ho dress like that*asked tha 1 judge. "At any moment,shouted the man. I may run away to sea.' Mrs Rixtablc fainted, and on coming to. cried, "He is my Ii. did it for me." "Did what?" asked Cocklecarrot. "Whatever he has done," sobbed the woman The case was then adjourned pending inquiries. may affect dw whoit tysusm. Skin up"" MM wul irhtadoD, akaple rheumatism and psio/ul "-""^ vouio are narare 1 ngnal that YOU need Caarfea t *?*£— Btood Mature. Thia-a^ a^bcin* hups $&* lo I th blood straass of Bnp-snoes swi tt.-hash.to.a-"abxatas ifnaalrerarir < e ooanpaurin. Be i CLARKE'So^^ Blood Mixture: Always a time saver. .A Lota (% %  l,.U, outtook ordliva to Ihi *< %  t' •• *en. ?-A.IMlanv Diirni Utat t r diAttuli will h* .KromplMh now. Your lurncrm in llur Uiaor fiirii.ll> On to *hi*vmni, pronto! APBII. *l I. MAY SS .T.....I-N..I all %  i...>nr*j(ir.i for other than "Lltr. Re alert UIM. and nradv ( U i %  nvihuiK < ber. quallly rather than quam MAY 71 I* ll-NC tl it.*n>| B |l—An I i:nl pl**tai> d OS biaaur and hrllrr Wej% lhal h.M len well tludled Nr. latUSi can nd iaiii-e Bui don't iuli thumi 11 St f i. il 1.1 ( ., .n-.,l Voi, >u !" (>iendl(r ntdead to all wculhy aikvnie-.: heart, am.Inn rTaii. La>t our petionaliiy iprak mil' !| ll I !• \l 1.1 M l.-i N.. i-uiri* thinat dnit. it. aanaeoua period. Avoid fUnrrer* and anyone of quntloncble AIULST w u strTtvnta %  (TMN %  •I -Aaaume eonmaind, be drleeniiiied alter knon.n.1 fttm I ....I inakiii proper arrant* roe nt< Idait proved rnethodi. %  < % % %  i, M la (Sraipiai p, nu ,|,ina dul* euiiturii, to net >(>n ran bruin,nUNU hlml.i DBI i Mina %  „ ,,s, %> it ,c.-'""" %  **• advocate. rinuh wfii I'Med before tahlna on new actlviliei. itrtv* lo improve quahtt. efficieney Bmr. ^ JAM *BT -•. i. KMRIAKY M ita>ria—|-ianriar> ia>. encouraains I oaknea* ol purpose will help ... -, tan make he>dwa> NomaiK* in order PBUI UI ., ,. MXK, „ ... ritr „. Some irritation mUnaH t r, in .!.: %  M.. laflm It Seek VOf IKIItN To | ( vi ,. MH aad IMnli l'ra> datb hy ••i prlodi nirthdaie of man) iplonm.wine... ."etor. ii .4it.vf.vr. / / IliK Pi.In..IH due to leave on FRIDAY for Trinidad. So wr IL.: -I you sen It now '. 1 I TKT 10VES OF PAMDOM.* ; IN <>>aagaaaagga>aaag#g>aaffa< M-C-MTT £ ^ JA*ILN MASO.N nvA'M.o H Ji TkV'p ijC>,t > 'OaT I PI 1ZA Brldirlown Dial 2310 4.4S and ;.,, ,„ till I l PLAJLA THEATRES ItlillKibTOVVN PANDORA & THE FLYING DUTCHMAN MASON < NOW n 4 41 %  JO p.m Ttiur. Special I *i ,. ni ii""iN minn .i mxA* ivnrv *" v •' ta MAiNa Mont, HAI t. Opani, H M.l I M \Mlllil MaNKGADia or KONOIA rur i Abbott A Cottelln in TiVa Pratf ^ "• i" v Tl Kl "AY THOMA1 I'IJ. "BOAD BIMH Tntira. Special 1 p.m COWBOY CAVALItB S..I Simlal 1 i p m Jimmy Wakelv MAN Hun TEXAS' and Te Hitt.i a nMR ataHaj WIl.D Wllw,. "Ot'N LAW J1STKI]Itur.ardro—SL Jtaaiia ...u Tomortow a SO .) -, MAN Of HBONEF '^TgR I ill M. M,N ,„, ,„„ v Thu i>. GENTS SHARK SKIN BATHING SHORTS Blur & While Onlv SIZKS S. M. I.. T. R. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY Pftor Vr rU >fl Nluir M J 3 M n, !" -'tin. Ontnnm ft** iif* iMd 'mct. Mtnui -l-IUl 4 M TNpm < 1 .m ESTABMSHED 1816 TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1952 PRICE FI\ I CENTS I S I W P ? J WtATMW REPORT MrMiWi M %  VMM* V&! luwlK i r -"Gen. Ramcke Says Americans Are The Real War Criminals i noii vtoiuo TRAVEL IOM.IIISS IKK ana i MITT, Veterans Organization Disagrees With Him VERDUN. Germany, Oct. 27. The WafTen S.S. Elile Guards of the Veterans Organization sought today to dtsaaaociato itself bom a former Nazi General who charged thai the Americans artthe "real war criminals". Bemhard Ramcke, cx-Gcnrr.il of Ihe German i" told 5.000 cheering fellow memben at the Organisation', tir-t post-war re-union yesterday the real war criminalwho threw atom bombs on Nagasaki or who now prepare atom bombs lo start a new war But war criminal* are never soldier* who do their duly". Immediately afterward* onetime S.S M*nl f'lix Sterner. called a special press eonf nee '" once 'h the v Onianlzatlon would hear no reiponslbility for the possible political consequences of Ramcke s speech. He claimed that former mllitMT SS. men "in no way agreed with Ramcke's remarks". He Raid the General spoke aan Indlvldand not as an official WnnVn %  I Representative.—rj.p. Red Truce Negotiators Protest Hurricane Going Last MIAMI. Oct. %  >. The Caribbean hnrncan* continued to swing saarsrard in tar Atlantic tonight and appeared to be Itning frc ., it moved away froai Use Bahama* At Ji p.m. an ad rlsery from the Miaou WeauY er Bureau aajd tte dlturt>ac waa aboat 22, miles out •outneaat of Nassau saovin* eaat or east aoutbsast at at>oat 'lht nulea an boor. The hurric mv awlrled ovar Oat Island in the Bahama* chain earllir Sunday but no "* t ) RlfuBLICAN nominee Gen. D wight D. Elsenhower addresses the Alfred E soaks Foundation dinner In New York H told his listeners lhai UM deadly challengeby the Contiaaaaata can only be aonquercd through unity and BfeW Durpeaa with the Whole m rl I." and -faith **•' den only )ust way of life." f/n-craai.oiial* Kenya Police Smash Tribal Meeting %  n illegal tribal meeting on Nairobi outskirts after Ilring at the main speaker who Bed but was .^rested later when he sought medical %  Id at a local dispensary for an arm wound Twenty-two ..thenof 4.0 Afri" i sating were rounded up for questioning Emergency decrees invoked last week tn innibat the anti-white Mau MM terrorists ban all native meeting* held without ment con -1 r.P. CI.D. Check On Recent Thefts A PoUca van with prisoners ii ude W h:ch was parked ai the entrance to Busby All,-, fr.,.,, J"nt Street (t r ov veeterday attracted much attention Members of the CI.D. were earning nut investigations In connection with a number of theft* rWcfc were recently reported Two men have been arrested in connection with the ihefU One arrest wa* made at New OHi ina id the other at Reed Street One of the thefts occurred beaq'a^ n nr -i'^.i f> nd "LyJy." over D^OarVir^rrtu'ltne^-. T*M£X field. St Philip over Sfinn worth %  if grticl* Gen. Eisenhower Intends Going To Korea ENBOVTF WITH GENERAL EISENHOWER. Oct. J7. General Elsenhower carried on the presidency campaign In Penntoday by reasserting his intention To RO to Korea personallv. if elected President. In an effort to work out a plan whereby South Koreans will take over "the defence 'if their front lines" He said he -would not be "deterred" In his plan "by any criticism that any partisan wants to make." This was his defence against charges bv Stephen Mitchell, Democratic national chairman that his plan to go to Korea was for "grandstand purposes" and the suggestion by Mr. Stevenson that the Elsenhower plan might lead to expansion of the war. Expanding on his proposal for greater use of South Korean troops to permit novlng U.S. soldiers in%  positions in Korea, Gen. Elsenhower said one major reason behind his suggestion was that "In Korea there Is a population that covets and wants to defend 'its own territory.' We must not den; them the rlghi to do their utmost.' —UP. WAl.Lfr.I STOLEN. Burrowas, of Ratrt .i si George reported that his wallet mnlain .._ C* --. a gold ring valjed |I0. and a wrist watch valued (12. was stolen from hi^ Bants pocket. The pants was hung up on a tree at Greaves End Beach. SI. %  PANMUNJOM. Ocl 27. rununi tang %  -.Inndrrou"i' neutral area and (edged a protest The proti In a note handed to the U.N. at a > rief I lalann Offlears 1 meeting. It said the U.N dropped 85 "slanderous" leaflets Into UM on thousand yard lone Saturday. I hereby lodge with you a protest", wrote North Korean Colonel Chang Chun San. and ask that your side truly abide by the agreement and strictly resti i personnel so that similar incidents will not oc>f wine naenna Aarea: Kifu IVI.-MM I ilicemeiI iM biagest mass wadding 1' %  \ll. 'I WASHINGTON. Oct gtj Mr John L. I>is today ordered 350.000 mil.. .,|> Rime; Everj \eai one million 'fl co.,l strike "at Africans become Roman Catholli Of our at nnae" ?t I ,. Mr L*" 1 telegraphed Union distrl.t leaden ti "urging each DMmbat union to return lo *nrk nt while Governmeol reel islon. hi Wage Si bOirath • %  Boai I the SI 90 dairy wage increase Mi Lewll i industry,' His telegraphe l^ 000 000 compared with I'nono.ooo Protaataau, TO.IHMI.IKH* and 97.000.000 Paeans, itgwa. A iwalkrw rtns> %  %  i in..ii North gi h >' been caught In Eastern NlgV" (•eorietawH. B,0: An aimed In<\ two constat lo the aeashore after reci'ivinn r that a giant siac rmauaar wa 1,1 reqaasj vniiue flsherme., It turned out to be a 24-foot tWO*Uxi Uv uli.il that hail drifted Into shallow water rrnm the Atlanta] The poUcei .ii dragging il ashore Si afctm.'M eii northern Samar ed ping "-TP 1 wave* along 'he east U.K. Jet Smashes Glass Nose HIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 27 One of four British Canberra jets now Here smashed its glass vuhui flight. if hen it collided with a giant a trial Sao Paolo on It i. turned to Itlo dc Janvithout mishap. Further flights were banned until new glass was flown from Britain UP. I H.\ H aKPU&j&XTATlVtiS iff 1MISDON LONDON. Oct. 27. Jon L. Piedra and Jorge Posse lUvea of Havana Cigars aii iveil with a scheme to barter Havana cigars for 150,000 prefabricated houses. Cuban manufacturers have been unable to increase their sales of cigars into Britain since the war of lack of dollars. So Posse and Piedra have come to London wlUt the sugt;< llntain should supplj 1SU.0OO prefabricated housea In an ex%  il The balance of dollars would, they say, buy many mm Baai lo the eitate when II was held up try 'wo masked men armed with a hotgun, whi. ranlster of money >.i horseback In Ihe car were the estate chief %  ,M and two clerks. I nit | i P.irlianiriTt DisHoIved HACiHllAH I J dacraa issued today ment and .i.'i ,i tlft %  i' *r i to take place within 60 days. wore fixed foi November whe„ PrwmMi Nuri AI Said .. Jul) to pave Ihe way I r (he formation of a neutral buast to arrange *l<* Mai Cabinet was headed Mustafa Al Ul i non-Party Mlgdgrtsrs. It issued a stateI w of Travel 'tries and territories ai %  %  ansportatii.n leprewntatives %  %  il> MR PETER MO no AN of tha St. Lawrence Houl and Mr Winston W-id or Paiaitliw Besch Club, Utn twn Hmbados delsgatea who attend ed ths World Travel Congietatganl "I \>y the Awerlcan Society of iiivel AgonU at Mumi. Ploridn tium October SO S4 Communists Drive Marines From Hill TOKYO. Ocl 27 llenvy Communist artillery lire tonight rirme Uiuled itjli'ji Mil IIU-S oil thr lop of tfM wtt frnl* "Honk EUdga" a trw bOBTI after "Leathernecks" reoiptured the high point in bitler cluac Quarter lighting. A marine ullici-r said that though the leathernecks abandoned Ihe position, il was not known whether the Chinese had re-occupied the crest. It was the third time the Mdfi £&ffS& & TohU Do ZTzrm <**£. More Dainnpiiii inin %  >•> assault nutTn^oFi %  ^ .—jjuHr mt. %  miv i.. id. rtssonsbls tats* 'he island el*..ii tn ihosi In lbs %  *' %  i Anolhl-i vi rtofi wart gstni to come ie %  f.t that %  Cransati nee was hi • i the rti red on U> %  rlbbi .a. Mr. Ward ami Mr Morgan also I pad at Put lo R 0 and Kingsinn Jamaica where they v\ited •ravel agents and hotel p> knluara %  pao| I Miili oln C;-wT „ o.i.t route lo the auuUi. ) ouliter allackins to-Sa> uno I Fust Ma,in. Division Hormed up the ridge through a •ail of Communist lire t- re-1 apturo the crest. Then came a murderous barage of artillery fire and Marines %  arg forced to retire. At ilu.sk, .'binese still held three other outposts on high ground dominating the confluence of the Samti Isal loom river. Wsvs .fter wuvo of United i Natiun* warplanes had backed up Marines counter attack. | ring l onimiintsts with rockets \ half hour. British. Amerland Australian piloU llsw numerous missions during the day—U.P. mSSSSr Leaving Teheran TUNIh. Oct. 17. Terronals seriously damageil %  giant electric IrtinsfMrmcT and partially destroyed ihe vill.i ..f tfM Sndiki Hospital's chief ourgeon vcl bombing attacks 111 of lh\ Alah Axaia at Ui Marsa was unoccupied When the powerful explosive reduced Wing lo rubble early this Thi attack followed ihe Iminhrday of I villa l-donging lo [i. A/ai/'s brnllu-r. Mnkhtar tha baaeh rasoel %  ubarb : nius. II.. i. .imer wss put out of %  ervtca by 'he heavy damage and i>ower from %  aaaas ss Dwhlr wa* cut.—U.P. IKHKHAN. CHI. 2V ...-ntj-thrfe membeiOf the British Embassy Itafl and iheir air foi* Pnihdad and I In December. —UP THE TRINIDAD Water Pol leanu sraich andsd UMUr touruamant bars Sunday wilfl a PrassntaUoo match, Man ben IBM bsfors they left for Trinidad Sunday nlgbt Both Barbado* Man's and LadisV taams awn an their eneswntersgaiwrt tte eliltor. eanelnclngly Vietminh Inerense Offensive HANOI Oct. 27. bulk of further •rajs Ihe BOark River In r-ir'h-western Indo-'*r--" bo counter %  attemp: to cross the river —C.P. final Selection ..I •election pt i >de toi of recruits res will be .nil It T rommssloner of Polio Twanty will be chosen out of 33 lirobables who were selected yeslly. SOU young men ap%  'his number was reduced Ut 84 from whom the M ', -erf yesterday 5 Students Pas* Two candidates passed the University of London Intermedi:. aiation in Divinity and has Examination tor tha I'.riloma In Theology In 1802. I'l.S Archer and J W. L. G. Cl.rke both students si MB passed the loterRxaminauon hile E. U Payne and P. Elder ifton College and G. E. Vauehftn a private student passed the Kxamlnalion for the Dlplooi > In Theology In one par* only && l)e Grassv Fipofimt Today 1 '• %  %  '. Be Gnaae i\ ."iv. in Curiisle Bay this morning sboul u < o*sloah Iroaa Tnnidad and is expected to sail gh .mpton %  bout POiOxtS] 'iking with he. lour passengers Messrs II. M. Jutie* \ C" Ltd %  ... %  %  Charged With Murder Thirty%  James of Lower Csrlton, St as been arrested bv the I'lillee and murdering Eldina Hall f28) b." I md 17 M n ^\m ALL SMOKERS FIVE VVFLL REPRESENT WINDWARD ISLANDS GRENADA W I Governor Aru present the Windwards) Legislatures at tha V Marryshow C H I nt and Senior I W. A lladley. %  ler f.r St %  M< mbei fm St Lucia. II I) Sh'lllngfoi un<\ Senior Elected Member f'r PomlnleB WE REGRET THAT OWING TO INCREASES IN THE DUTY OF TOBACCO WE HAVE BEEN OBLIGED. EFFECTIVE 28th OCTOBER 1952. TO INCREASE THE PRICES OF TRUMPETER TO Il OBITS •" %  II 1'iiK.ii.i 01 10 AND PLAYER'S CLIPPER CIGARETTES SS OBITS I'KK PACK AUK OF I BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY (BARBADOS) LIMITED


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A Taaioi'* Oarage Lid Phona 44M %  Attlm A-TO. dona M.OM mile* perle,l DIH" Appi> Redman A Tayloi QbrasLtd J*honr t*i\ ss io si a,, I "VSTA!, WATtH* ailuatrd ran Worthing. nnh ( ontama io K Hooma. larae dHim* i !" =H *ir> Dtal MM omamM flTBT HOLI i* Fully fui'' % !" > lilt.ua LAND-iO a f. Red Brlttona Hill .unable tar neea or rnUmo all modon available App-y t„ eoraawUaea BROWMK THE. UARDCN IIOUU Country I Road. St. Michael .land,,,, or, t A*r*a, Hood* _rv>chr. of land Apply Co Lad. MECHANICAL OLIVETTI ill 441 Typewriter* Anil ''%  • irean Slock Ut variom rarriea** > lot Iowa — law MMt q.in.. io a P Muaana, Boo A Co u£ u.. nu. u t sa—1 ( o "I aaaaav ' —^ —^— .—^.^.^-.' %  OTM v j MISCELLANEOUS fllOTOUm Biark Mafic tl %  if" m* Mock In %  A I.Ih Hi BOSM Bri-t Wrath.. • Tnr pub.* ,.re rt*rt>> WAUU'IMD i.nw AUjn*MKl I liKUCa. WKATKEMIt irr.r-t i>: wiiM)*n W AMI II HELP MISCELLANEOUS t-UTATUCm Dutch I'.Ui*. M HI %  >-r ba of 110 Iba. or 4r pat lb rataii Cittern. Crenry A Co l.td Palmett. .1 > ... • I', ItUH TflftrapV viflarnl't laaUmd Dajly Navmapci no lil..i. in lUMtadoi by AJ' i.nly a law lay* alui ptiMlrattoa m London Contact .Lii Oala Co Advocau Co, lid Local "' %  ' i"r TH. IMS II TO BINT OB BVT SF in Biiddrtowr. arnd full Q C o Advoralc Advtf IB 10 Un WASH li i i> roi\.t S'.b.. ntamood %  ih-ry, Wnwr Hirsima-, A Inun* o*oa. BAMnaM. CurtotV I'i ANTIQl'F. SHOP. IVP" HI TVaffnoM* *4 ? 10 M *< Bo HIM aV FOUND IXJST .l.imaicuii.s Denied Entry To Trinidad r-'[T, c.ir C"i Co>tatpondant' PORT-Or-WAIN, Oct. 27 Trinidad flovcriunerrl's refu. io pi-tmli Mr. njthnrd Hart. Cwlbbo^n Lkbnm ( atoirrSBi oflUUl and Mi F*td(iinii Smith. Jimnican Barbados ha* inulted in the ptponi'iiicnt nl a propoaed mcclim today with aal'-AdAau In the lntemt of rhp preservation of Cartbtican labour unity TrloidBd trade union officials who were to letivc for Barbados Sunday night Cftn-e.ted passages aftar recetvini; word from Jamaica that passAgr had been refused Mr. Hart arxl Mr. Smith who proposed making Uw Unrbados lourncy by anothmroute. Wht'n the Jamaican plane arrived at Plarco Sunday night a '•Q.uftd of uniformed policemen with 'op police and Immigration ifflcials were wnitinB but Mr S-r.ith and Mr Hart did not .trrtve. 1BOPSCA1 mil Marbla IUtcn*t> Trli Hood and Tall IISliI Mlr-< i.iiI DaniiH, Xrbraa and Coi'dom fMAll 41 ccnta aocti WhUo Cloudt uvum. ond Ihraw apatl Uourami at II 'la aoari Diacount lor lota or on. doten morr TrionKonp Wardan J* oi m AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay rUlionaWraV Phillip H. Davtdaoq riorrnca BmnSanupl naidanU W Maty M 1*1*1.. D'Ortoc Bat Quad LUnndrnl I fl MamlaUy II lUrli Wklltakrr, Piai^aa W. SmlUi. Qila M C€TTlje. CATTOHD AUCTION UNDER THE SILVKK HAMMER SAIJTS IN NoVaUdsjajar rt MOA* .IH Th!•-„ KraVl -M, M BaOCw B OaiTiaon ^^ nil"" rurn.ii.rb at H l-OAl laTw Mr OomUl Ma...uft'a HRANKEK. TROTMAN A CO.. AsetlMeera I* W-In Kedb AryHtiult <>n Weatern Front SEOUU Monday L'nl teat Slavics marines battled m Iwo Jtma and Tarawa in i> desperate attempt to stop *crcamjing Chinese troop> in human sea" assaultl jt marines' main I i>attlp line on the western front. An esUmated 3,000 Uoops at-1 t tacking along the three mile 1 marine sector forced one pene( the main line north: wet ul Koraiasypo in I nufhl .ittack. Marines countei attacked ; avagely and closed tbe gap. Reds then hammered a heav> asaaailt to a point M)0 yards to La%ssM where at 00 p.m. division spokesnuui said >:jtP S infantrymen were lighting within twenty yards of Iteds throwing grenades and blazing forth with small arms an Eighth army headquarters said kit t"d-> il wax the liist marine division which was ? I ruck by vicious Red attaeJu nd which was engaged in heavy : htlnit. —I/.P. GOVERNMENT NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES V \. \T TOST OK INHrUTOB ilNCOMk. TUI — INt'OMK TAX AND DEATH DITHS DT.PARTMENT Th. daMAg iljlr for .ubmili n| >' the po.1 o( In.atclOf intorn. T.X). Income 'Tax and Drath Dutm Department hat bm rxlmdMl to lath Novrmhft, 1W2. 9.I0.J1—in CHANCERY SALE 1 -bate nui^kaara. BrldSMown, batwoon and on tfw daw •awoAid below II %  -M d-a s Prtda* at Ik* aanaa plan i %  .Ia M tap tor -aii' : ->oon aa>d I p in lot thd —, %  tkon aaas \t*\ will t *as p on oaas. i li.nrvs tna —mo houra until -old rl* riSBJUIUANT t-I-ARA ALAOP OA1 T. by O'lfllnal M-IU>I>> and HAMPDFN ABCHIBAI.:) CTTatB. ijbrr* lUtt v-AXBT All THAT PARA HE VIEW artajl irwrolo In inndii i •Hujli ihouaand iiv. hundrod '. %  rraaNaMt. butilnd and %  .Vayw Hotai on Linda lab* <>f Prank Craid IM abbas may butt and hmi I and otnldmi. CUra Alaop Oala, dassassHl b i aatiaai or dwrlbns houa* calaad < i St Anna. TV* (iarrloon in ilv pariah >land lunlalmias b> aab ri a—uraa n an t •! %  %  I two bad onr buartrr aquara fb*t 01 i.ndlnal SB ila*P lalMd • %  knowu a i invat'v mt M'v AMI Cooper but now or i Uaa barblat rubd or bow over olaa Uto i n g r tbar *Ri the rneaauo—'. dalllna. I the SACUENA Y TERMINALS SMZVtefJ CANADIAN SKRVICE i Montreal, Halifax and Saint John ' Anrlral IMBLII \WTKKS (vinada-W.I. — Trade Conference bones %  I.OMRN'f | I .1.1., *l \H< Ml) | , K .JIHI"'? '* iuiv'oiVKN UVM p] iitr eatate ot Plorence bfatawrcl ttrk rrll-Clark the ajuallflrd aiacuini. a/iha %  HI of thp daeeawd ai o „>,,. ', undrralgned I Nb. It High Slr.l daraianad ahaii prawd to matnbin* MAM %  ..!. ad ihet to i.. .. ".-^,,i n claim, a, they .(,.1) ih,.„ irrcof ao dt.trlh..i-,l ,„ mv %  • %  'ot* debt or claim it., ni have had notMe. ^raono Jhdastted to the a^i deDtedi.rya requited llhiil i JbUi day of July IPU I M snn„s TUN It. t-OIDBAY B R QllX, UBom.F 1 W Cl^tKKI. J C ARMSTRONG: LONDON In Iba MOUM' of CoRUnorui, Of] 'vtober 15. 1952, Mr R. Robln%  III (Conservative. Blackpool ?.oulh,) askrd the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether h will make a statement about rtc CO Uf BI S l i ce on Ctnadtan-West Indian trad, held In the Colonial >fllce m September. Mr O Lyttelton Secretary of iau< for the Colonies replied onsultattJon with the yVest Indian <>uvern]iients on the mi.line of the informal meeting in which the Hoji. Member referand have no statement to make D il now beyond wiiat was said i the Press announcements it the time of the meeting. —B.l'.P be City of BrMaotown in thi. l aloaaS .,—„.--,—, .. ... „,, %  „ .trawt abSbther with the land •koawan %  obaa Mbaaaa and ihi-rit. %  -*—jlaal ""***nt**t**ft *" '"" % % %  — % % %  tkabad one aundmi -d atxlami aqoare f. iHiUkhfl and b.>uiidui| Mi buck Btreet —I IS Hlsti atrael a ababb buy bull i Oouaea ond I I oUwa i i with in* i > bull I .tain i in nit with n ihrir -id parcel of l.-ind eiea-tbd ,ippurtbnan.'e> i".rr pRicr ooo o s. THIRDLY AU. THAT .cnaln pabte or pairol of I>n4 wlUt dwalllns houae werbon coliad UAkTlt A conlairUnf by adi %  nanl bawb Ihouaand and iUnn aquara Irol or Uieirabquia il*> iratrly pail ol two acreo dt thirty-one parebbai and aiab eafht r itndrad aivd loru *e]unic net ol the public nwij •Ituale in ur neat the dabtrtct c.Oed Haatinaa A tke aatd partab ..( Chrnt Chufch m rhaa Uaand bblltac and boundlns on lanata now or late or one Mr* InaUaa vn th* nhs on Ibnoa iaw or iota of Morcua Oannum rt al and on the public iood or however easy the xmr may bull and kb*M lodbtber with the rmiaauasea dwalliiishouaaa JIHI %  Idlnr* o" (he a^id piitci-l ol ln-l Sl'NWAI.T 'SlTNDiAL -snaAnr-Lr. A %  . %  -.non s Nov. %  B)af U.K. SKRVICE i Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow I "STVOARO" UKIRL'LV i--vr;*;i %  M Oct. SB UbL IS Novenvner Mid Nov. Mid No. Early Dec-nib.i^rlf Dec Early Dec End DeceruotT Early Dee Mid Dor Ea.U Januor. V.K AND CONTINKNTAL SKstVK'E From Hamburg, Antwerp. Rotterdam and l^ndon BPIIRT' EBSISUnAMI.I.iA | AalarauRall-rdam II Ocl^ T-Od. t. Bbrty Mm. Mid No^ %  Rba-tr OSS. MM Dr N Ocl B November Mhl N..y. Earij Deeambe. Mid Dee Rbtiv January Agents PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 %  nd bu i-n.In ma II BaSSbM NOTICE Kiiiaairi fimo Mntor Voaael — T. ARRIVAL-. rteb ManaUlny II SS lorn, from Vinsebt unater CapUda R Mitchell < manned 10 tbe Schounrr Owner' uSHMaawaSa *ch net Queen. 44 tona from Ml Vincent under Captain M Kins Con %  Slab*. Io Iba Schooner Own*" AaaoMM. StrateaiM STh) tona, from Brllli r.nianb under Captain R A. Bwbl Con-isned io Da Coeta Co. Ltd PIPABTUBBS S3 Novell.I for Trinidad Seh. Burma D for St. \ intent M.V. Blue Slbt tor Naa.au %  -ch. Lvn.vd H |„r Martinique Klraten Torm for Pklladali>hla %  ii'UCM-iV ABMIVALS By lU lri.ni BT KJTTR.Odobrr Sfui P. NothrvbfatL W Orauounw Teliae. K rrbli*-. O Byme O Lltchfw-la Fiom L Hoyi EVERY RESTAURANT an ,1M nl U'alrr llcilfr ••.••'.•/, %  .•,.,-. %  /,, FURNITURE AUCTION %  %  Mr A n Ifodrani, b, -_,. %  q or SALI vi ( ,: J.b. Si. Rf.rf.. b €-. f'ii.ina 46411 ions i TRINIDAD:— October SSUi M Roach. C. PkuUtpa, E Oaraon. P •hepnerd. N. Richard*, P MUIIIP W *bPd. C. Rlortmond, H. Ko.r. A. Cave ieii. I Cavaherl, M. Cavallerl. O. Crasareil. L Murray From TRINIDAD:-. October lath C Maynard. O. Iiransei 0. oiL-ii o O'Dell M .il). i Prom TRINIDAD; October T7lh R. Pbbchirr. ISmith UKI-AKT1BSB B| It.W.I A. Tor VENK7.URLA October S9tb A Inard. J tbabrd, J Macalh.u h Macallan. L Blanco, R Hal*. M Sal. O Mone>. J Evelyn. O. Evelyn roi ST. LUCIA: — October !h K Ooidon. E Gordon. S. Gordon. J UneaabU %  Bralhwalte. II Floiaaat POT (1 REN ADA October SSIh L, Miller. H Muler. J. Cbrtor. Q Kve Kui PUERTO RICO Oetl t lbT vv %  i K Fortle. S Bo wen o Hmuii Howon, O Bedford. I Double, lolder E Bliwlck O Clark*, t itabi, Kor ANTldUA October Kth J*. Wood*. K Davla. W. Finaal Hrnry Por TRINIDAD: October SSUi N Urler.1 O MrLeod. E Mel %  ^. es i H a m m 9k*a imuel. E Mclabchlan, S. Stollmi M Sheri N Mbitln. N Plane I. P Cliaae, J Ratrl For TRINIDAD October Stth ) %  Kijii.. S Hun, R. Kuas. a 'i.iimaiM. M. I'luramrr. M Pyirm. Teaetrb B r-.eiia. L Arerd H Darn. T Bbrnual. A Braddley. R Sel 0m s Woodburn. II Manon, C Ulli r Davu. M. Teae^ra 1 loankry. at Mill*,. H Thoma>. O Had a .i. D lrrana*r n Touch Will, B.rb.do. Coaital Sulioa CABIi ANn WIRCLJUaB tW I i LT.I' %  ia* thai they can now goapjnunk'ali tb th* followtbt bklBS tWOaldh UM4. %  badoi eu.il etbtabBI— H8 Pfllvdlor, It Bbabkaava. B.B oOrbSSS S S All.Clipper. S S '.. %  niiT B B. Sandal*, B l> *abh.iYSwi. il rwrt lJbCbin. I>| cd*. S S Ceaadot, II Mudrechi %  SKUaten Torm, S • Rotula I "I Beti--. S |. Bbbrtaab. S S Tlndr%  S. Pouqou. % s Beebank. B S New %  i H s i*o.p**i*r. SS Rod-., ss ic punier. B.B Dura'VSO. B I >t—c Callfornta, B S S .Paula. uniiLa. B B. Bakonatar. B.B fOTlCTt IS HEREBY fllVKN thai -II i-eraooa havlny m.i debt or iialm adninit in* mate of UlravbeUl Ann faWon •> l.. il"-d In tbla laland on th* and d*v ol —r IBSI. are hereb. required to ..no %  -I ..I DieII :-,.,.-. ,1.L, aWbSlSsV lb th-v urKlrriltfiKd I)in*,.i llmirwo.! (i.bba. the qunllhwd eacculur of irie •-•tale % %  ( ih* deceaaed at the nfflcr oi Klebira Coin* Oatturd A Co.. IT HiaJi Slreel. HrMffetowtl. Ml % %  bof.ir |h, >nh day of leptember ISO), after which dnte the aald Dudle> H-l*wood Gtbb. -•all proceed to dut.lbol* the -Hb|. •M the Saaib W d amons th* parlle. • r,tilled Utereto h-vins rosard oatly to %  Udk fak*SM ahe .I...II then have had i-oUcr of and he avlll not be liable fi lb* aaarta or any part thereof an r. A. C. Kirton ufn: tm'u u puat lnort. in .v...,. nation I IN ED 44)/Twenty-strven-year-old Murtin tlleyne of Culioden Koad, St. Michael was lined 40/forth.vith or on* montli's imprison* meni with hard labour for using iiidacent lariguage on Broad street on October 25 by Hi Worship Mr. G. B. Qrlfnth yesterday. Police Constable 67 Holder told uie court that the defendant on eeing him began to abuse him dong Broad Street. sLX MONlrlH Pallet Resigns George Pallett, 44-year-oia i ivll servant, and London'. busiest athletic coach, nan 1 i Jdcu company with his club Heine Hill Harriers. The reason i I.ill. it telU me. is "a different '.vex matters of training policy He will be hard to replace On e could be excused if one re, n-rred to the club as th* Ceor*' Pallet Harriers. Ho was president. touch and editor of the club. I'Ullctin. besides being; a class I rformer, despite his years. In i.ve events But this does not maan thai I'allet will give up coaching. His "mad of champion.', include-, world record high jumper, Mrs Batata* I.'i will, and Mrs. Sheila 1 Sewcll, women's pentathlon title l.older. They will still have the l eneflt of his advice AT THE SEASIDE Look out! it -will squirt oil be CHAPMAN PINCHE* I P you are good at aputUng aircraft you will be able to recognise this sea-bird it is not a gull but a fulmar. Look out roi a bird ouilt with a fa' fuselage' and kUmoai ralghi wins attached io the %  >od at mid-leTel "lulls are nign-wliiEM. aionoDlanas with an angle in the rrvddlc -[ ram w ng THe fulmar in spread rouni H I > Da '* il Mich Shoes For the whole Family! I r.A.\.\iii,\v si:nvit E IIB US B B I UI •KINTTOXAI. .LIFAX r BDOB 3D S*p %  Oct II Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct SB Oct r Nov 11 Hov U Mov v tOOUl 00 w.J lulmsn nred on %  '? 'nai %  AI %  I i' nooui 11 ago I in ine she' s vou sr. j -.'ORTHBOUND CORONA due Barbadoa October St for Canada Accommodation available for iiaaaamni or further Information apply Do COSTA 4 CO LTD Phone lift I VF.W YOR K si n\ in; asan mm WEEKS) I ITHBOUKD AL4TOA A A A PEOASI* STBAMEB STEAM IR HTSAMEB MWFOLK HALTIieORB MBW YORK Arr BOOS M Nov SS Nov :i Dec St Dae is Jan. M Dae 93 Jan I Jan. 4 Pott IVEW mil i; v\s SERVICE rnnmiiBimv) BTBAMia STBAMBB W OJUaSAMS MOHILE 1 JAblAICA I Arr. B'DOS a nov 13 No Z3 NdV Sft TT Nov. aOse. Atlant M'T" KbUlne Malrak. Co.amble II Keith Hmds. g 30-ycur-okl .tlesman of Bank Hall, St. Michael was yesterday sentauiccd U, iths' hnnrlsoiiment with j I ard labour by His Worship Mr (>. B. Grifflth. Acting Police Magistrate of District "A" foi sitaling a box of toothpaste lued at 16/the proper n of l.'ines A Tudor on October 25, Hindhas six previous conIctions for larceny. PoUoe ConI able Lynch saw the dafend.n.i trying a box on Barbarees Road ii October 2f> and nn looking in i.ibox saw a small box of toothi*te which contained 11 tubes Hinds told him that a roan had him the box of toothpaste JKA ^MSWUM^H For further ...for ma nop >4 ,| > ROBERT THOM LTD Phooa 44M MAKL CANADA your crossroads to the world—via TCA. It's only a few comfortable hours to Montreal or Toronto in 4-engined Skylinen. For robaplct* mformojioii, Apewl GARDINER Al'STI.V A COLTD.. Lower Broad Street, Bridgetown. ffiei one in Kill defend tiseli o\ -juirtinn i"i ai oil from Its beak II is a good snot m a nngr •I up to tout feel, and once you .1" the oil on your ciotnes the nus'a smell will hang roonii JU for weeks me scrd fulmar means loui lull I BEST QUALITY Xt.HU % IH IIAI FORKS Recently received, we await your orders. CENTRAL EMPORIUM I nr. Broad & Tudor SU. 44**>40wB4 kali rH 1 '." 1 h "Vl l?!^ n f*?*<\MA-l£8 OF gXCUA\G* W carried to the shop of Jnmes I A Tudor where it was Identified | .iLa* I-ALLS FROM BICYCLE Kenneth Sinum-nds of Fairfirld I'ack Kock fell from his h,r\< l< vfhito riding It along Black Red I'.oad aboul 10.30 a.m. yetenl:iv Hf was treated at theGener.il Hi i it.il for a cut on his forehead. At the time of the incident SimII iiaa Brag trying to avoid at reident with n pedestrian Sisbt or Oiiaai Drafla M r Obi* i Currency *i: Coupona SS SS, OABTABA arlbdlbf NeolaandbabdJ t'h-ou-a oai ENGLISH POTATOES 8c. per Ih. BRAIL -".."." prr RAO 112 Iba. AI No. 11 Swan SI. 27.10.52—5n. — T r ii n 11111 II II %  %  I II ... TODAY'S NEWS FLASH MODE!. STKAM ENGINES TRAINS BUCKETS .-. SPADES iirum.E SETS -NNI'AlaS I1.AY BALLS CHEST EXPANDEBS Fit. Pa In ThToy Department JOHNSOrTS STATIONERY STOCKTAKING NOTICE Our HARDWARE and LUMBER YARD DEPARTMENTS will be doeed ior Stock Taking on TUESDAY. 28TH WEDNESDAY. 29TH & THURSDAY. 30TH OCTOBER Our OFFICE. STEAMSHIP DEPARMENT and SUGAR WAREHOUSES will remain open lor business as usual. a Kindly arrange your shopping accordingly. PLANTATIONS Ltd. GETtfAW for Inspection time! A^i//// f #••••#. f/uur ri-tfuirvmvnln lor th* fallowing — Tyres & Tubes (Goodyear) Brake Lining Set. Hydraulic Brake Parts Decarbonising Gasket SeU Main and Connecting Rod Bearings Piston & Ring Sets Lighting A Ignition Cables Duralile Batteries (8 & 12 Volt) Lacquers & Thinner. Green Birkmyre Canvas Rear View Mirrors Radiator Haae A C Sparking Plugs A C Fuel Pump Diaphrams N U Valves A Guagas Elc. Etc.. Etc. S.'/.-c-r ./... rniuiicniviKv wa r — STOP AT COURTESY GARAGE (ROBERT THOM LIMITED) Dial 43*1 White Park


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TUESDAY. OCTOBER a, IM2 B ABB A DOS ADVOCATE PACK THREE New Skills Develop In St. Lucia Fine Flats From Local Materials MEDICS AID KELLY HILL WOUNDED GALLAINTitt IN KOREAIS AWARD'S B.<;. Minister Sees British Village Life LONDON. Kt buiMiiu: of Castries, capital of St. Lucia, djalioycd !.;. has not only given the island one of the finest and most modern cities in the Caribbean, but has also developed valuable new skills among the workinjj people of St Lucia This point la made In an article— ——— ———— —— i Ike rebuilding of Castries, pub-l __, ^Water Control "Colonial Development", .he qi terly magazine of the Colonial Development Corponitlun which 1> responsible for the work. r->torev flats have been built ih.it stand up well to comparison with post-war housing schemes in Europe. Housing been given top priority, but Grant To B.C. I.ONDON. The llrilish ('...vernmcnl has %  Vprovod %  free giant of £1110.481 assist the Government !" rwUtnwtQo,miimw+tMam British Guiana to undertake the Boerasirie Extension Project, the estimated total cost of which u t I S85.B6W HUsOUnCfM (he Colonial CMT.ee An application has also been an Economic O OHgjWrition Adtnlnlstratlon grant of and public buildings Is well ad vanccd The entire sewer system of the city has also been fiverhauled When planning began for th. n building of the city it was found % %  isle labour was available on the island, but most of il was cornpleiUv unskilled and un$6)2.000 (US ) to meet part of trained Training programmes ,. balance of funds required were immed.ately started. |rst on for the project the production of precast comThe Boerasirie Extension Proponents from enured local stone ,,,.. Wlh provide water control and then on the manufacture of of the coastlano of Ift/ loinary and metal no^ds, ana lying between the I -ucccssful anQ Demerai. Riven and ol This %  inii that bv August, 1949. a useful range <>1 precast products Dad been produced, including drain pipes manhole "'il>cs. floor beams and A all Moeki v •) %  agM Mm other gangs of Lbnurcr* wmclearing away the debi i> < %  the fire and preparing the ground for the new town Fnundntion One of the Irs' problems the planners bad to fanwas Ihe type :>f foundation op which building* should be -reeled. decided to use rafl conareie aa foundations House* such foundations sre already in us* and hve provetl completely •atisfaclorv. Pre-cast walling blocks, produced locally, have twen employed throughout tht rity A dmple type of pt cast floor has bsen used throughout. except for the first floor In the maisonette* where greenhenrt Umber ha been used. Some five miles of main newer*, excluding house connactsoja*, have been laid hi pre-cast concrete pipes. Alt components were made locally. Two pumping stnlions have keen completed, at which the untreated sewage t* discharged Into the sea. Now. although the Riding pro,„ „.„„,.,. S amme is somewhat behind scheg,,^ ^lUt for the ale owing lo rae S l, !Ti£4,S„" conservancy will be pn tainniB steel supplies from Britain. it It felt that this leeway can be made up. thanks to the skill the local workers have acquired. The inhabitants of the island, the article adds, have generallv responded exceptionally well to training The standard of workOtanahio is good and, la town, it is felt that valuable work has been done in develoumi th* abilities of the people.—B,t'-P. riverain land lying between the mouth of the Bonlsika Uibutan ol U> I i %  nu bo. and of the ICamuiii, • of the Demcmra The project will command n> improve the flnu age and Irrigation over un are. cf 75,000 acres, much of which i*. now onl\ partly cultivated. ana it will bring into beneficial It was Anally use an area of some 40 000 acres etnforred which is now wholly undeveloped After making allowances for areas occupied by roads, canals and buildings, there will be available for cultivation of crops 91.028 acres of drained and irrigated land, of which 27.276 acres will be new land and also fl.545 acres of new land which will be drained but not in mated Completion of the projr. Hi-, leadership has bee i F.ii Demerara l-oeal Authorities in:, says the official at..Union, During 1951, he was for. tion. He quukly wrld.ii his time sboul live months a nominated Ind'.'iieiiderit Field Squadrons — mtmber .>f the legislative IW" British and one Canadian— CouisaL tnl" a h.ipp> and efficient team He is spending the Itrst part oi Th. 'Ighting in Korea u ughth „,, visit m London, studvtng Ihe, celled an engineers' war. tnadei gelsulplli upoa -< hich BrastBh %  i mandlng Offleer. the public administi.ttioii is ltase.| i Engincci Reglmeiil Later, he will visit Onso i.tl defeated tVOr) 'a*'Consbrtdg*. 'iai \ill tin Which confronted them. Col ,,, Wales and ScoUand. courage is a bywoi SJXC |> hout the Division: never %  %  eag he coanmitted %  Sappei Rl a> task until he was per itisAed that the task leaaonable and that everj DO ilule surp had l*eeu taken lo u>'ire .uccesi* Wnerevei there has been danger. Col. Moore ban beet there Hi has appearel Special Treat^ Family ^3 Be sure you ak for lo ihcu null i .c value and JelK lOusnco. A cup of ll.alline -tlh a lew (Kalimc' Hi^uilv lorrm nio'i utisiymg and nourishu seeck MOWID DOWN if COMMUNIST rtre during an stutck by Allied foreas to recapture strategic "Kelly Hill." wounded soldiers of the iSth (Puerto Hican) Regiment of tha liurd Division sre hf>wn on their arrival at an aid station on Korea's western front. The men were among the irit casualties to be flown back for treatment. (InlaniaWoneil A New Tribe Of Pygmies at the moment oi .un! liy his calm direct loo cool courage has been able ,uia Ihe luccoesful llnlsn ol venture. to the D.S.O. goes :.ni-Colonel V W Bai %  %  has comnusnoed bU I % %  ii Koiea for jusl over > %  Coa, btoore'i example ghoul the campaign has iteen of a high urdci and m.iU-nulU vt-ntnbuted vo the success aehlevv %  r>% his battalion mv .-, and %  U A Ilr..'.. I Uho> Kill IH l.S HKEI. W7. /\ VATKAA tin VATICAN ( IM Mgr. Paul Hagarty Wei HahamaCity and ha uei.i %  uoHepci Apoktol) ling Vatb ronglvod lie I'oi. facif./ I" an i/..,. i, riimm'. OVALTINE ffiiscuits i ii iLumber Stopped Traffic oi our most busy city streeta. Rroad Street and High %  treat wag disrupted yesterdav mt>rn IT < when improperly slacke. lumber foil off almost in th cntre of the %  OPse*, A FEW MONTHS AGO the well-known Dulch an,_ ortly after ten o'clock thnpolOjM Dr Paul Juhen flew from AmesTfInm tQ gg c £ x '^Humber wT be1n< Bra2za\ille by KLM. After a difficult journey of several p Ufn ed down Broad street—th. thousand, miles through unfamiliar regions of Middle ('nru,'<>. eatsflUtutes an offence under the in the heart of the African jungle, he has now returned to Traffic Hemulations—and directly Ihe Netherlands with a lot f valuable information. Fit and Trim from Coast toCoaft! Going puKoorenbusL ncia bad tell off, blocking pait The object of the expedition Mikeva of ,hr rtrect lor * mt ft ,eri %  as to study the %  otonern" ssasmnye] r.mutes or more. DemBabongo pygmies; very little is During his journeys along the About an hour after, a cart, known of this tribe, who live in Sanga, one of the most notorious HinlUiriy laden, hud to be com an area extending between latii.iecding-place* of sleeping sickP |l tely unloaded when more tha.. tude 2 and 4* soul, of he eqimnosa i„ t nf w hole of Africa, the h llf •' Kg burden toppled off on take five years tor, in F. -nch Eauatorial Africa, explorer was astonished to come High Street in the middle ol it" Sort'"*win'"commence on the During this expedition Dr. urross a hitherto unknown group line of parked em ncl" th Vtlt isnn'-ttKli TT*is.RM..ueV. BWOT u^^o^yjffrTles*-!hr^T M -'TrK; H-^^r^*m mSH.fa.alNh MmlWt > •Ar^fcarrf*' ,l„. iiini i of Public Works tune, discovered the hitherto unIt. this case inu Dr. Julien wa* 10 oven the most v. i.i i. responsible Tor the conknown tribe ol the Mik.u,.-. .md big to Spplf*. IM so kaf DM ICOt ItXsl UN tsWl was Timber Mission I>ONDON. A mission has left London for Jamaica to begin a tour of th British West Indies. British Gui ana and British Honduras investigate the possibilities increasing the output of British West Indian timbers marketing them, both British West Indies and in the United Kingdom. The tiers will I work H ft" lei out to project and tenentered u sanctuary which nobody invlWd for such had previously dared to visit, with advantage, be On uccount of the itroct— B-t'.P. shyness of the Budongo and Ihe vast expanses of the equatorial jungle, it was extremely difficult to collect blood samples from 500 pygmies. The necessary sera were dried for convenient transportation, and supplies of the more sensitive II.furwurded by "Flying caaanmts STRO>\G I.V \EW POLISH PARLUMEXT spite of great difficulties. Plfrol) by change, Dr. Julien ged to penetrate a .tuugjc of t h e Bangoiiioo l > ifir'es and see the much dreaded Hyenge fetish. He is the flrst to do so Al the same ii... Indiscovered that the western tribes of pygmies have ecret .'uviotie*. On continuing his journey by river, Dr. Julien WARSAW. Polbnd, Oct. 20 __ and of l>oli.h voters elected the first Kru wcrt furwardod by "Flying JW'incy by river Dr. Julien wa* rc|ir)U|l .„_ M Mmtem wi the parliament under the new conDutchman" from time to time (In "bilged to leave the motor launch f^* QuSm firm titution. of the Polish People's order to minimise the influence * ount of the floating masses . ?'.^ *4f" mission Republic. All candidates repreof the tropical climate). As Dr will return to London on Decemsent the National (Communist) Julien's exact position was not u__ ip front and no opposition. known, it was often difficult to deBtJ.P—tCfl liver the iera to him Booting f grass. He then transferred to f canoe, which sailed along a hannel only 5 feet vrlea through forests of reeds and traversing swamps full of hippoLoinmusss and crocodiles. As the DOg was unable to turn round n the narrow channel, it was dement at the Internatl Ided to terminate the expedlTion poJogical and Ethm t thla point. giegs. Rinw makes whites whiter, coloured clothes brighter because it is so thorough. The rich, hardworking Rinso suds float out all the din w easily— yet to gently. Use Rinso every time, for a cleaner, gayer wash! RINSO for all your wash / ~*g^& Geo. Sahely & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. 27 kMd Slrffl