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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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leant Laykshmi Pandit of India whose In r n
TOTAL $165.72 government took the leaq in usi S O

other years as a go-between in

be changed,

shipping company. | greatest need in the country 1

In presenting the plan, Sov peat
ment gave priority to certaia |
schemes as set out in the memo- | attempting to nediate " “ “ e e 2 ind loyal Africans of all tribes
randum. These include dercion. | wana conflict. oe ae ¢< PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27. | Election Gains pe en ee fhe in the reserves and in_ settled
ment of water resources and its| . Both Padilla Nervo and HON. ALBERT GOMES, Minister of Labour, Industry | eiahar te ane hae tena areas:..and. the support obedind
distribution; experiments and re-| | Prisoner Dies: Madame Pandit were guests last and Commerce, is against:Sfate interference with business F as a Scout publicly by Lady || Public opinion among all Africans
search of irrigation of sugar and | ® |night at the Russians fashionable He said this in the Le. today when he welcomed | or ristian Baden-Powell during her last || opposed to violence

other crops; encouragement of! Park Avenue headquarters where fi . Ad s | it to the island |}. Sir Evelyn who entered the
7 , member dustrial Mission now visiting visit to the island.
food production and development | 5 Injured On Vishinsky was host at a dinner ve me bers of the U ssic )

Sir Alfred and Lady Savage



l the -inforceme ence
have both taken a very keen he reinforcement of confidenc



intezest in the Scout Move- ;umong the very many peaceful

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$16.5 00,000 Conferenes On! | |
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MR. G. H. ADAMS, Leader of the House of Assembly | ‘Korea Denied
in a three-and-a-half-hour speech last night. presented for UNIT 'A ri can Servan is
nriere
the approval of the House, the proposals contained in the a hay yh a. on |
memorandum on the Government’s Five Year Develop-! There has been” ‘we forihal R .
ment Plan of Capital Expenditure and Taxation under |United States denial to end. the : oy NATROBI, Kenya, Oct. 28.
which it is proposed to spend 16% millicn. dollars on capi- United Nations speculation that A EUROPEAN farmer ar d his two African servants
tal works during the five year period ending 1957 [s conference on Korea. between were stabbéd to death by knife wielding terrorists last
H nae tna ae ee aS ere night. the latest victims of this British colony’s undeclared
e said that the plan was the rae ey He held,’ soon, “ >” war,
result of recent constitutional ad- ei m One veteran, observer puts ae: = a it the murder of farmer E T. N. Bowyer
vances in the, colony since the in- Si I uc’ 1% . oth ~—Washington and the pea Le tl te 1, Gevernor Sir
troduction of the party system ‘in oe J . Kremlin appeared willing to meet | and the two Africans reached this capital, G
1946 and added that it was in B E; ned and were hoping for a polits in. Evelyn Baring appealed for “reinforcement of confidence
feintitin dbedine by the Barbados Labour Party in AMT. PREV. ACK, $101.00 The Soviet Foreign Ministe lative Council session. T r : ,
its manifesto during their election- Rev. F. E. Pestaina 10.00 Andrei Y. Vishinsky recently { The. unrest ha uched ©
" ~ampaig 3 : ae Vishinsky recently to ateieahes I nam tanseninns’ tantasisemnaetl
Sering campaigns, E. L. Campbell . 1.00 newsmen that Russia aie sees a moveme t sac 1G apn ea
Mr. A. E, S. Lewis, the only Sc. Swithin’s Girls t willing to talk” but Farewell Sout vad aa the colony.
other member to speak last night School 2.48 gested they nek Ss. a ony vhite man Trom the |
criticised the plan and said it v ;| & A.A. Clarke 1.00 State Achasoh shout the ; ’ So » Wrecke
unambitious. He accused the}| G. A. O. Marshall 1.00 bility te Rineia toe, the possi Ralls For His House W ecke d
Government of adopting a pesci- X.Y. Z. 7.00 "RPM. ‘pupae. p Police s ned eovS
e : j a ne 2 00 - { pokesman said __ th, E 70 ll on of e
mistic and frightened attiide D, Webntex 200 United States was agrecable t XCEHELCY
in producing the plan and said mA CaeVer « talks but ne | e Oe all * Osa te
X.Y.z 4.00 if tt Russians wan :
that certain proposals were | Be = 7 _ 1 Korean parley they should On Saturday next, Ist No 60 m
ridiculous and could not be called x. ¥. Z. . 24 so. There eared to he a h vember, at 5 p.m., there will kitchen whet ‘
Dr. H. D. Weather peared to be Ht t F 1! Scout Rall t and murdered the
et ve be pian. ided Tt head . ets 2.00 per of diplomats willing to take Scout Somhanaetere in hepeee Bo oe wie lair
Mr. wis added: “There is a : . the intermediary role, One. was . : . as ie ils te ¥ {
nothing substantial enough in this ee eres fe : Ved Mexico’s Dr. Luis Padilla "Nex oe ‘ ‘ : ae nee, oo a. ae his iS = ny x
plan and there is too much ‘pad-|| 6 fT, Deane. 6.00 | Who according to one report : ee. THESE FOUR West Indians K.O.M.G,, local Chief Scout. | (council that the Government
ding’ ¥ which nobody would con- G. G. Harris 5.00 already had arranged a_ prelim- +. 2 | from Dominica stowed away This had been planned origin- laced ae €1 ri “must al way: be
sider”. fe ere 6.00 inary United States-Russian a e In er er ence |] on a Swedish ship to England nile 40 take place eatiiee in the primary concern. oat erway ie
Consideration of the memoran- 5 meeting. Padilla Nerv fuse |} last month, Now they are on the maintenance of peace ae
dum will be continued today at en ee =e to talk about the re e* euavals their way back with their prercaty fieteae. Mage oy pe a good’ order
> © al today a Pilgrim Holiness alk 'é e repor i ; * .
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All wniformed members of Legislative Council Chambers

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\ of agricultural schemes; encour- party for a number cf diplomats __Trinidad. gd 8 Ey eThe” Mission arrived Saturday | Democrats the Movement here should wel through the rank of the tough
agement of the tourist industry; e I l | mostly Asians.—(U,P.) Nom 1G) to lobk into thé possi come the opportunity of saying British Lancashire Fusiliers said

* . Tae 4 »/ ~ Be Gr. ) SS 1- : ‘P "9 ; , the as seeking =

establishment of a Barbados De- or Ss anc j bility of further industrial devel- | : : ROME, Oct. 28. ae nr e a nee poo’ Soeey: _ i. oP n more
velopment Board to assist in the | POCKET CARTOON opment in B.W.I. “It is my own] The Italian Interior Ministry day next, Those attending the ch ee
development of secondary indus-! by OSBERT LANCASTLRE conviction and I am very firm in | Said the governing Christian Rally are asked to be at Scout Personal Effort
tries; increased taxation etc Mthat conviction, that if there is Democratic party by itself or .

Nations said one

aimed at obtaining additional! Headquarters at 4 50 p.m.

nites wanes oc.2%..) Russians Too |

one thing that the State should, With its allies won control of



| Korean war prisoner died of in- [ ‘ : He said “Positive measures
re > orde ee J T : ’ ‘ communi ;
tye of the order of one and juries and 75 others were wound- ou h For } have nothing to do with that is a ’ nal coun lg in 31 of 35 which the Government has in
a half million dollars in an aver-/%j on Sunday when United Na- i business.” Shtenat vol _ (cities, villages, ° mind for the furtherance of eco-
age crop year of 150,000 tons; de-}tions guards broke up a military { i; The Minister also told the Mis- | '@W"S) voting in. local adminis- U. S. cari es } nomic, agrarian and social pro-
j Raion of the feeling developing in trative elections Sunday, e e 7 z

3 +; oners of war on Koje Island. Elections were held in various - housing loans to be made available
for workers other than civil serv- The enclosure commander was NEW YORK, Oct. 28.

ants; improved educational health; called and ordered the drill to Eisenhower angry over charges
and other services’ and the provis-| stop, Prisoners obeyed but at) that his pledge to visit Korea “may
ion of amenities in rural areas. once prisoners in another com-| have delayed an armistice” Reo|

this region that industrialisation e e he f rest 1g sty, Ne
2 . ss . communes in ¢t nor " phere of unrest and anxiety, or
was a panacea for all our ills but| 574 Mn he north which R an the economic development of
} that was a fallacy since a pro-|°'! not vote during the 1951-52 Ra
7 re eae ee 4« | administrative elections for local Kenya proceed at a_ steadily
gramme of that sort “is not as | Government quickening pace.”
easy as many believe.” }

- SEOUL, Oct. 28 Seat ah
Previously, of 35 communal U:S. Marines eacenured all lost He said that

creased expenditure in relation to} qrjj] staged by Communist pris- Mr. St
subsidisation and other items; ean ent i ; evenson

as in the past,

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;pound in the same enclosure| his campaigning today to the two | Trinidad’s new Colonial Secre- bepesetls 24 were controlled by} vital hills guarding Seoul after oss ae - wearlan
Of the 16%% million dollars to! linea up for drill. | heavily populated Long Island and tary, Mr, Maurice Dorman, pre-~ ores et. enverene or their destroying a full Chinese Commu-} gipoy+ task district and paro-
be spent on the capital programme.| United Nations said “it became | New York countries. “He devoted sided. Hon. Gomes said W.1,} allies, two by Communists andy nist regiment of more than 2,000 "le i ; a .

it is proposed that 10% million|obvious that the chain of inten- | the entire morning to a trip by



























































the handicaps to the Western| . The demonstration took place Russians In Berlin coal as cheaply as three ‘cents Oil Settlement new post-election administration, du Maurier, I suppose you

4 Pol a. pnts leftwing Socialists, nine by I men in 36 hours of bloody t. | Shial level to:develop the country.
a dollars will come from available|tional harassments went. up.”| automobile through the countries ercttite e e That will Stal or loéal parties, e} ing. ay t y fish _ _ wrovernment =e ‘ocal
funds, the other six million dollars|Two United States . infantry|of Queens and Nassay where they depend on private enterprise. He Baris i ee on Christian [" Attacking in heavy fox, Marines see a a ta ee oe
being raised by way of loans, platoons then were sent into the| have set new registration records warned “in this programme of | 1" " at rats and allies: 81, Com-| mopped up “the hook” and seized op oo ee SSS VeEnE ROCGEN
P f ;}compound to restore order and|in a renewed bid for the State’s industrialisation we must proceed bea rig one, Independents of ou:post hills “Friseo’’ “Ronson” ena or Atrieans: tn uvben
Moving the consideration of the injuries followed. | 45. electoral votes. with extreme caution.” tre Re mixed gZroups one, and “Warsaw” by 8.40 against areas.
Memorandum, Mr, G. H. Adams, . : The Republican Presidential Mr. Lincoln Steel, leader of the | ®"¢ Monarchists one.—-(U.P.) little opposition, ‘Reds had cap-| oe
eee oe gee said i tue Uaties eee eae pei ang candidate = to the city by Mission, replying, said the re-| tured the heights in a “Human
had no een for e year , | He ations . | tre tin at 7 marks and suggestions by Hon . e sea" agse Ss a 7
one would have said Government |mand gave no details on what! “Gen” Eisenhower was particu- Gomes ‘had ‘talien on recente AUSORIAN Gov't [wesc now in'ampicte con New US Consul
ecg ta to look upon a mat- | happened vied ome era ty larly angered by Governor Adlai , grounds The Mission will re- ' | trol of ‘the situation Uenid Major! .
ter of that sort as something ex- ! tered e compound, merely | Stevenson's charge that his ara 7 ‘ j main here ten days. | ® Gener: edw , : )
@ On page 7 r | said 25 Communists were injured,| promise to visit the Korean bat-| Certainly not! L’m seill | . ae —(C.P.) | Reinstated reancinr of ‘the Fir’ Marine ‘Di Mr. Henry O. Ramsey, Ameri-
| 13 of them badly enough for hos-! tjefront could have delayed an keeping an absolutely open | vision, “It will take a hell of alc Consul in Barbados, announc-
pitalization. Colonel Harold L. armistice. He countercharged at mind on the subject of e Ne big force to kick 1 off rahe 1| od yesterday that Mr, David M.
‘ ° | Taylor, Camp Commander said | pitts burgh last night that Mr. Guy Fawkes!” Coal Miners rl a, TENNA, Oct 28, consider one full Chinese regiment | arenes in the separitn ae
NATO Council jthe Communist prisoners don't Stevenson, Democratic candidate a ; Chane don Government off has been destroyed in this fight-|* ince Me Philip’ fg aay
;seem to learn. They aa had a mentality “completely | ‘ “ : ancelloy Leopold Figl was ing.” oe ee lip Erns low on
1) Session Opens rr etter Wis Testa |untutored forthe Nlough busines | Bind SEriifce: | ives. secatet oy, President] "Au contented heights tay on the| "BM the’ extension of the Con
j levery challenge es Te-! of dealing wi ussia. e re- e ¥ } | ee ene ay follow-| western front near Panmunjom,| «, : as idanta
Pp quired to contain it.” peated his promise to make the| Atomie Pow er ma the solution of a six-day] the scene of the Korean ser aaa te : pee se ee was
—U.P. | Korean trip top item on his | PITTSBURGH, Oct, 28. |©#binet crisi ; They. hay ; Barbad hich Wh Gents eee
PARIS, Oct. 28. genda if actin’ Pr bsident ; Most of 350 000 U.S soft coal| The new government, Figl’ ae ian ane guarded one of islands as far north as the U.S
& The North Atlantic Council met} 0 ‘s. : a ? | | For Industr | ctiguers heeding the awder of Union fourth since the wat took} g's) the main invasion corridors tol Virgin | Islands, the Americar
i ~ ae . F . , y ers ‘ i 1e oath} Seoul. Consulate in Barbados ha be-
' Page’. s a a with : 9 C | He said “if a journey to Korea een Mr. John . sami, it £00 pm. shortly after they nat IP. nen two-consul post.”
Le uiltary _. ‘standing group 0 t and the close study of our militar: 2 4 ; fooped back to work after alsecepted the outgoing govern- etal a
i thrash over military and political | ommunis Ss |: nd. political peoblems Here eral The energy stored in a _kilo= Seek-long strike over a wage dis- ment's resignation a on ane ~
e problems facing the Western} (cave the life of a single American| 8'#â„¢ (2.2 lbs.) of pure uranium,| pute with the Government ality. Fig] made no changes in the
alliance. Arrested | oldiér and bring. peace of mind if it could be comple tely utilized, The walkout began last Monday {lineup 6s 9 e
Supreme Allied Commander,| (to a single American family I vere be ae ee to that oF after the Wage Stabilization! The government resigned last e re every
General Matthew B, Ridgway} : ‘ wy. i must make that journey, I shall| C\sality uae ) tons of normal) Board lopped 40 cents off $1.90) Wednesday after it was unable to £ s
attended the opening session at) MEXICO CITY, Oct. 28. make the journey. at ; daily pay boost which Lewis won| agree on the 1953 budget, The two
the N.A.T.O. Council’s head-| Two Communists were arrested The crowd of 11,000 persons | With the price of Uranium 1950 from the industry Truman Pere oalition partners agreed after six
quarters in the Palais De Chaillot|for noisily accusing the official) ~heered when he pictured Mr.| at about $36 (B.W.L) a ton, that | 8onally appealed for an end to the} days inter-party bargaining to 99
to consider an agenda covering|Mexican Delegation of Planning! stevenson as the advocate of con-| means that in theory electric|®rike.-CP) helve the budget until after the oo or
everything from the sharing of|to call oe eae ry“ cession to Russia, power could be produced atom F eS gs vote ek ae arly
U.S. atomic secrets > results|hard ‘Your ighness’ when he —U.P. | ically at a price that present- . r ) iment will pre-
of this year’s iplis, ageoscimee lorciées in Monterrey. |day power-stations oni only U.K. Stull Want ent parliament with a provisional “But seldom find, except in
Among topics discussed, were| match if they could buy their | budget leaving the rest to the
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military planning imposed by at Mexico City Airport while the | P. 1 ton, —U.P mean, But what exactly do
U.S. laws forbidding sharing of — tt ae PA waiting to) Halt Allied ‘atro The development of such atomic’ LONDON, Oct. 8, Z you look for in a cigarette?”’
é i ‘mati ‘ > new | boar le plane, pe aa 0 . ; ; ‘oreign Secretary nthon + °
a serene — the ne, : ; BERLIN, Oct. 28. } power-plants is one of the ain man e ain om Mionday night th at Bomb Explosion
veignte F tc ty «eens 0, ; to wie The Prince, who is due i Russian guards blocked a sec-| of atomic rene reenter now | Britain would continue her . Flavour—which can
jase 1€ press and public.|Monterrey tomorrow will spend! ond allied : ttempt in, twenty-four | being pioneered in ritain and | apg ger bk r f \ ° ;
—U.P. |seven days in Mexico during} 6, ‘te hen a patrol along the|the U.S.A., the United Nations | Somers a ee AS i | Kills Pedestrian only come from tobacco
which he wil] inaugurate a new) international highway linking } Economic Sonus for Europe} le Pity. ‘despite the latter's | that is rather special.
° lairline. route between Mexico] Berlin with the west. The road recently announced tn Genevs,.” [ak 45 diplomatic cored ond ck a TUNIS, Oct. 38. Then, of course, perfect
e n its and Amsterdam and open the) has been. banned to the British) divdrogen. if it could be used|“What good does it do?” Eden |, oh thee ee torn to pieces . |
|Dutch trade fair her | and United States patrol since last! ¢,. "the production of electric! said, in expressing regret at the} io | the reed here while walking smoothness —which means
} r ~ © > ” 7
Attack Police | —ur. | May, power, wuld urea fuel ten| Fuptare. tm relations He was] ie stcet ere last night The 4 comfortable throat.
; times as efficient as iranium, | t peaking at the dinner of the Roy- | ernest i t
| ne Sad ety of St. George persons murdered since the wave
jp = ~ ‘ —- . - — - | weight for weight. al Bociet f ste & & of violence began earlier this year $
—U.P. Tvs ” € 5 year
i SINGAPORE, Oct, 28. | THIS MP WAS WATCHING THE RED ‘It can be easily seen,” stated | 1 vo persons were injured in the tb
\ Forty Communist bandits swept a o he Commission's dnnounc’ment, . sani pant, cee buildings were hea’ ly i
‘ Coan a security police station | ‘that the economie effects of the| PRISONERS THREATEN bi hey: re : * ” he a> ep oe i
5 wd > os Anes pene reve emcees | se of nuclear!) fuels. Wik be downtowr nis but there were no {
td ar ou @ four o s before ate } Se Hes
4 retiring, Reperts from the region re ps iB an mat ethod Subject) ZOSTAGES WITH DEATH U.P. |
in the southern Jchore state near eta ahG antictate ; —_ :
a Royal Air Force airfield said the y salt One ean it would| CHESTER, Illinois, Oct. 28. ;
police stood their ground and held @ possible in principle to site | Three hundred rebellious Gev. Rance Will Address * 4
their post. Ener» casualti Ss ere rge base-load units as required prisoners threatening even . ® * Coolness too ? Well, that’s
SE a ee en eee Te Te within convenient reach of| . Florida Varsity Conference ;
not knows ' ose centres where the. demand | aaeseeet wth death june on oe seen to by the du Maurier filter {
It we > first large ale ter- was likely ah cp dele pall . side linois’ trouble’ plaguec (From Our Own Correspondent) ‘
rorist attack on security forees and is likely to be greatest |Menerd Prison ang reported call- FORT OF SPAIN, Cact, ¢ 2B tip. And no bits of loose tobacco
follows the decision of the Malay: — } ing. for Governor Adial Steven , nor Rance will address in the mouth—filter tip again.” 4
an Commun party to guare | he prison was the scene of 4\ the Third Annual Conference of
against ir ig civilian casualtie 70 JETS FOR BRAZIL | 27-hour uy rising five weeks a€0 the University of Florida on De
north to n popular favour - | that was quelled with tear gas.'vember 19 on Federation of the}
Yester: six Ghurka soldiers RIO. DE JANBIRO, Oct, 28 Werden J me E, Munie stationed Br'tish West Indies. The Govern-
on pat were ambushed by Tne Brazilian Air Force signed|ormed guards of state police: or ho will ke ccomp? ~ ,
a \ i ¥ I i I accompanied by j
thirty ter ists in the Perak state. a contract with the British Gios-jaround the prison and orderea Lady Rance, accepted an invita-
. ' | rt 3 "Ce, I 1 an invita
One sc Idie vas killed and thre | | ter Aircraft Co., to buy 70 jet}them to “shoot to kill if oe ton to attend the University’s
wounded i ! Yan nakes a meve”’, The prison has Conference on the Caribbean from
—U-P. —UP. 1,850 prisoner -UP. December 18 to 20 :
e rt Sats Ree We ; “ Yes—all that. D'you know, this
B.W.I, REGIONAL LABOUR | be ores gon, &
Wiebe | aurier filter tip is just about
BOARD TO MEET Pile Driver In Ope TALON | feet ite for intr
; ' smoke that I've ever come across.” .|
i 3 eregTEM. Set. | |
s “ 2 @' Z e c 1
tonnes Rec Ree’ of the B.W.L| Yesterday the F'rranki Pile Driver busy preparing bar-iron casing of made by the pile This kind of ’
Re , al abour Board has been . went into operation on the site of the same ize as the pile. These operation ill continue with all} Smok ;
" tae ' ae Cnoraday 4 F } he demolished building in Broad; will be placed in the holes made the places marked for pile driving e to your throaf's content
3 equest the Jamaica Government| Street, when a pile was driven) by the pile, to carry the rein-| Thi pile lriving ensures the]
i to discuss u nt matters con- ic eee nto one of the marked spots now | forced concrete. builder of the new Barclay’
nected with future West Indian! f i being prepared for einforcec Bank that the foundation will be \
arent eet : amme for farm| , , { concrete Many people in passing stopped factqry The piles will be ol
recruitment r “ , | t th t { i bout 40 oO f $1.16 for 50
wor in 3. ig a one oe ea : ‘ 0 ee le operation anc were driven about ¢ feet deep ne o o1i0 for 3a
wd = ai il be represented at GERMANS IN BACKGROUND grin delightedly asa U, s. military police ; The iron pile was driven into} amazed at the ease with which the! the workmen said that in other THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MADE IN ENGLAND
dec iapanney by Labour Adviser] â„¢an makes out a traffic ticket for the driver of a Soviet Military Mis- {ihe earth and then taken out by! pile entered the earth countries that same type of ma-
- _ ae Sy eee | sion car in Frankfurt, The Red driver failed to stop fora redlightand ‘the same machine. During the Waorkmen tested the s ch|chinery is used for the erection of| SOLE DISTRIBUTOR: WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD., BRIDGETOWN {
ee oe ae" | bumped into another vehicle. (International Exclusive) driving of the pile, workmen were! came from the bottom of ti f tstand ildir





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eh a Ma tere tonne

MADAME IRIS SUAZO, wife of ti



HE final
maican

Ja-
Relief

meeting of

Hurricane



Fund Committee was held at the
West India Committee building in
Norfolk Street recently

Sir John Huggins, (Chairman)
and Lady Huggins were among
those present. Mr, S. E. V. Luke
who next year is to succeed Sir
George Seel as Comptroller fox
Development and Welfare, attend-
ed on behalf of the Colonial
Office.

He expressed the thanks of the
Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies, Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, for the

good work which the Committee
had undertaken,
Back To Venezuela
M®* and MRS. D,. GONZALES
accompanied by their five
children returned to Venezuela

yesterday morning after spending
three weeks’ holiday in the island,
They were guests at Maresol
Beach Flats.

Mr. Gonzales is Head of
B.W.I. Airways in Venezuela.

A Son

R. and MRS. H. G. ST. HILL

of Mins Court, Dayrells

Road have received news of the

birth of a son to Mr. and Mr
Donald Mosher of Montreal.

the

Mrs. Mosher was the former
Miss Clementine St. Hill second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
St. Hill.

Mr. Mosher until recently an
officer of the Canadian National

Steamships is now with a steve-
coring company in Montreal.

Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Colin Rocheford who

was successful in his Intermediate
Examination for Solicitors, He is
attached to the firm of Hutchinson
& Banfield.

Mr. Rocheford is the son of
Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Rocheford of
Black Rock and a former pupil of
Harrison College.

Transferred

OW living in Barbados for a
month at Maresol Beach
Flats are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Smith who arrived here recent-
ly. Mr. Smith has been transferred
to Cable & Wireless Branch here
and after a few months will be

going on to Brazil.



Palaver In Park Lane

With Somerset Maugham—#y BERNARD HALL

SAID the man in Room 805 at
the Dorchester: “I must see my
tailor, D’you know, I haven’t had
a new suit for six years.”

This was Somerset Maugham
talking. A few weeks ago he was
seriously ill, (“TI nearly died,” he
says.)

Now, at 78, he is back in London
to see old friends and new plays;
to speak (at a luncheon) of Kip-
ling—his only public engagement:
and to buy a new suit,

He sat back On a
talked, Like this: —

Maugham On Fear
@ ONE ORNING (during his

last illness) I thought’ I was dy-
ing. I felt so weak that it seemed to
me, just a little more and I was for
it. I remember saying to myself:

settee and



he Honduras First Secretary in London, inspects the white sugar rep-

Vot Enough Time

I N England on leave is ex-

glider pilot Mr. Nigel Thomas

% Barbados, He employed
Government in Eas



is

farm

oy
Nige Tia

Last year, when he
a three-month leave
ible to come over on a holi-
visit but on this occasion he
not have enough time

Mr, Thomas, at the cessation of
hostilities with Germany, was
transferred to the Barbados Bat-
talion, South Caribbean Forces
where he served for a short while.

Indefinite Stay

RS. F. K, N. MASCOLL, wife
[ ef Capt. Masecoll, Adjutant

qualified fo
Mr. Thoma

day

will





of Jamaica dnd daughter of Mrs.
and the tote Mr. J. L,. Banfield
of “Wilsbury,’ Hastings, arrived
here by the S'S. De Grasse yester-

day morning for an indefinite stay.
She wa npanied by her two
hildren,

acco

Enjoyed Trip
RS. WILLIAM FORDE
of Mr Wm. Forde of
“Mrytice Villa.” River Road, and
Government Shipwright, accom-
panied by her son Courtenay,’ re-
turned home yesterday morning by
the S.S. De Grasse after a round
trip

They had an enjoyable time and

are glad to be back Home.

Vatinee Dance
HE fourth Guide Company of
Queen’s College will hold a
Matinee Dance at Queen’s College
Hall on Saturday, November 1st,
from 6-—8.30 p.m,

wife

The proceeds Will go towards
Camp Funds, Refreshments will
be on sale and there will be Side

Shows as well,

Tickets can be obtained from
the Captain, Miss Joyce Bowen
and from any member of the

Company.
After Two Years

M* DENNIS GITTENS
turned to the island during
the past week by B.W.I.A. after
spending two years in British
Guiana, He was on the Staff of
the Daily Chronicle,

He will be spending three
months’ holiday as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. O. Rollock of Black
Rock.

the idea that he will be forgotten
immediately after his death.

On Writing
@ I HAVE always thought writ-
ing should be like the con-

versation of a well-educated and
cultivated man,

I have never believed what some
writers believe—that it should be
an effort to understand what they
have written. I want to be as
simple and as clear as I can.

On Young Writers

@ SO FAR as I know, all the
“young” writers arte in their
forties and fifties. I don’t know
any young writers,
I offered # prize for a young
author to go abroad, We made the
age-limit 30, Then we discovered

“Well, if dying is as easy as this. y that 30 was too young. We had to

it is all right by me.”
And I must say this: I was noi
afraid.

Maugham On Fame

@ | REMEMBER saying to my-
self then: “It’s a bore that I

shall not be able to finish my new!*bohm

volume of-essays. But it does not
really matter, because it will be
forgotten in two or three years.”
augham paused, added:
But no writer likes to die with

FOR EXHIBITION & OTHER OCCASIONS

} raise it to 35.

It’s a very strange thing-—I sup-
pose it’s the result of the war
people seem to develop much
more slowly now.

When I was young, people got

omething of a name in their early

twenties—-for example, Max Beer-
and Rudyard Kipling. I
brought out my first novel when
{ was 23.

But now, of course, it must be
remembered that lots of people
who would otherwise have been



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auee Mnrin”. =t the Columbus Day party at the Spanish Embassy.

camebes Dev neste sf She Repent Sete.

In Aid Of Charity
BINGO PARTY organised by

the Committee of the Almair
Home -will be held at the
Yâ„¢M.P.C, on Saturday, November
ist,

An admission of $1.00 will cover
xpenses for chances in the gamés

refreshments will be 6n sale.
Arrong the very attractive prize
theve will be a $25 cash prize
This Party is in aid of the Home
as well as other Charities and the
public are asked to do their bit as
t will help make Christmas bright
for the sick

Sisters

ee Misses Phyllis and Maisie
Lampett returnéd honie yes-
erday by the S.S. De Grasse after
a trip to the islands. Formerly
pupils of Queeéen’s College, Phyllis
is now an employee of Cable &
Wireless, St. Lawrence while Her
is a elerk at Alphonso B.
Lima, City Jewellers.

Girls’ Club Sale

FQHE members of the Bay Street

Girls’. Club, after several
weeks of hard work, have now
finished many household items
which will interest the ladies.
They will hold a Sale at their
Club Rooms, Bay Street on Friday,
November 31st,

sister
De

Among the many items selling
at reasonable prices are: —crochet,
needlework, baskets etc. By at-

tending you will not only secure
articles to make useful Christmas
gifts but you will also be helping
this Club to function for the bene-
fit of the youth of our island,



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5.0—7.15 pm




4.00 p.m. The News: 4.10 p.m. The
aily Service; 4.15 p.m, B.B.C. Midiand
Orchestra; 5.00 p.m, Raging; 5.15
t Souveti of Music; 90 "
eottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m. Listener
6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up and
hramme Parade, 7.00 p.ni. The New
7.10 pm. Home Nows from Peitain
7.15—-10 % pm 19 Tim
718 p.m Calling TY West Init
7.45 p.m. im All Directions; 8.15 » m
Radin N@Wsreel; 8.3) p.m. Dvorat 45
p.m. Statément of Account; 9.00 p.m
The Struggle For Euroy 10.p.m. The
New 10.10 p.m. From the Editorials; |
ic. 15 p.m, Mid-Week Talk; 10.30 p.m. |



|

writing had to spend five years a
the Services.
On Old Age

I dsked Maugham about his life
at 78; if he enjoyed that “tran-
quillity of the evening,” as he once
deseribed old age. This was his
answer:—
@ “TRANQUILLITY of the eve-

ning’? I do not remember say-
ing that—but then I have written
a great deal, I cannot remember
all I have written. I cannot re-

member half the names of the
*haracters in my novels.

But tranquillity? I have no wish
to be any younger, I have had a

good time, on the whole

I have had my ups and downs,
but I should like to live for a few
years longer,

I have achieved any ambitions
I ever had, I have enough money
to live es comfortably as I want

to, I have no envy of anybody
It amuses me to live

On The Future

@ NEXT YEAR Maugham plans |
to | i

to go “for the last time”
Turkey and Greece; “for the last
time” to Spain. _
“When you arrive
of life you have to say; ‘I want to
do this, that, or ths other for the
t time,’” he said,
re ee L.E.S.

$13.69
$15.04

$6.50 — $8.37

at my time | \?

BARBADOS



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MARCH 71
Better be sure
incertair
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before
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(Aries)—
acting during this
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good things for







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BY giving

1) to May W \ Tkurdy)—
sufficient thought to your
chores, You will speed gains, lessen erfors.
Be mst Gireful in handling motiey,
property, other vallabies
MAY 2) te JUNE %%
Give each task the time for analysis and
€ nm Win with honours. Heart in-
domestic matters need



3, farily
1 attention





JUNE @ to JULY : (Cancer)—
The unusual or unexpected cout throw

sou off swide. if you are jax. Aspects| n6t only a

€an toward the mildly geneéroiis,. but you

will Have to be ‘“on that beari
JULY % to August %: (Les) —
Tendencits mixed ently part of

Don't be over-sure or snug in ei

Meke friends, and your diy will rin
smooth manner.

AUGUST 25 te SEPTEMBER % (Vi
Don’t sit back arid wait for someth

to happen, Lay ground for action be!
starting, to save timé@, energy. Apply
new ideas where possible

SEPPEMBER “4 t OcTORER >
(Dibra) — Start chetking early to

crowding late hours when fhugle comes
and conditions may not be so favotrable,

Above all
OCTOBER

don't be discouraged

“ te

able one tomorrow increastig Geriefity.

Possibly some néw undertaking or ince

for old matters

(SEEM edn dee puck RREs va

concise, workable programme.
away cloudy thoughts; clear thinkifg
needed

DECEMBER 2 to JANUARY 4%
(Capricorn) - So-so riiys. Make your
opportunities by concentrating on worthy
objectives. Maintain your sense of hum
JANUARY @® to FEBRUARY 2
(Aquarius) — Be friendly bit digrified
charitable yet practical rr
amiong associates. Cur our
Alm high

Some old methods dressed tn new, sna
garb can be very effective. Look to the
future, be fot dismayed with humdrtim
activities ¥

FEBRUARY 2! to MAROH %% rie
y



YoU BORN TODAY: ‘THe well
aeveloped, right-Lving you &§ a shining
cxampie of resfhonsibility, strength in
action, cOfMmon sense and good cheer.
Some of greatest achievements have
come through infiuence of Scorpio, work-
ing against big odds Where you ard
right, Aight! But also pray pr ce inner
calm, and be a good listener rthdate
ot Ja Boswell, noted bioghaphe’

By Beachcomber

7 HE singers in the choir,”
writes a musical critic, “were

too well-mannered.” I know ex-
actly what he means. No pushing
anc shoving. No deliberate bawl-
ng into the’ neignhbour’s .ear. No
robust oaths during pauses, No
dirty looks directed at the con-
ductor, No _ throwing things
about There they stand, as

though they were in a drawing-
room reciting “Millie’s Little Cat”
for the new parson,

Wisdom of the ages

OBSERVING the effect of wet
weather on the temper of his pet
leopard, a certain Sultan was wont
to say, “It never raims but itt

paws,”
(The Book of Mashid the Wise.)

Heav lovely
Never before had a_ British
crowd heard the shriek of the
three cars together. It was deafen=
ing, numbing.
-Report of motor-race.

Diamond Rings

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane

GAIETY

The Garden—St.
LAST SHOW TO-NITE
AN OF BRONZEBurt LANCASTER
YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN
Kirk Doris
DOUGLAS ib DAY __|
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“TOO YOUNG 530 pm
TO KNOW’ “I WANT YOU
Robert Hutton &
“WOMAN in

WHITE”
Sydney
. Greenstreet

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(Gemini) —

NOVEMBER 7
(Scorpio) — Your Mars leaving an. is-| Senor Santos
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ADVOCATE

When A Wife Flees |

By CANON WARNER For what are the real facts
My wife and I have been run- hére? Two little girls, one 11 and
ning a small but busy grocery the other 15. In the cold hours}
business. Four weeks ago she of honest thought your wife =
left me and our two daugh- remember them
ters
She said she had nothing against Face Up To It
me except that I never had A child feels insecure, a little
lenely sometimes timid, A}

time to go out with her.
only shé réalised it, my mdther ih the background—what
a world. of difference that makes

laving away in the shop

after héurs made the business to her. S6mé@6ne f6 encourage and |

a, succéss. and she benefited. fortify Her. ;
"Se has gone off with an Give your wifé’ a chance f6/

Army officer with four chil- come to her sens@%. Tell her you |

dren arid thé childrefi' are waiting |

that you will forgive her.

Then face your failure as 4
husband. There’s more than
money needed in a happy family.
At this moment your home neéds|
a mother_ not “damages” to swell |
your coffers. Admit you have
selfishly put your business before}
your wife—that you have been a|
fool i

And give a_ thought to this!
other family of four children. |
They need their father. For you}
to go for divorce is to take your |
p in slamming the door on}
the possibility of reunion in that!
sad household. —L.E.S. |

|



Tf

if 1 go for a divorce?

Se Short A Time
Yes, you can, and you would
be sure to get very heavy dam-
ages from the court.
For that Army officer has taken
e, but has stolen
mother, AN the same I would
hit it. ?
a te is a — time.
tua’ as been ;
omte's

ich has set light fo your
smouldering resentment.

Emotional storms like this have
& ‘way of subsiding after a bit,
arid reality comes in.

h

A BORN MUSICIAN

NEW YORK, Oct. 28.

will make
a co tour of the middle west

‘const Been an-
Wives Sener Settee Oia s
graduate of the School of Music
New YÂ¥ made his oe at

é Albert in October.

ncho in.



Speaking of his first perform-
ance Biancho sata: “Thie was a
born musician, There was appar-
ent in every phase a feeling foi
the tonal values, a sense of di-
rection and what might be called
sympathy for the inner life of
the piano he was playing. Ojeda’s
attitude towards the black and
white keys he touched was al-
most religious. Evidence of his

his review predicted

7 that “When the finial fnven- sincerity anq refinement was
‘tory of neW talent is taken, San- everywhere in the playing. For
tos Ojeda will be aiiong those me a memorable event was
heading the list. Mozart's

Sonata,—(U.P.)



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WILL CONDUCT NEW ERA
SOCIETY CONCERT

LONDON, Oct, 28.
Senor Eleazar De Carvalho wili
conduct the New Era Society
Concert at the Royal Albert Hal!
Sunday to become the first Bra-
zitian conductor to appear here.
Senor Carvalho who like Rim-
sky Korsakov, studied ‘music



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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER

FIVE-YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

29, 1952

Capital Expenditure

IT IS ONLY FAIR to Heads of Departments to em-
phasize that their proposals for Capital Expenditure were
of much larger amounts, but the Government recognises,
and it is. believed the view will be shared by the public,

that the proposals now adopted are very substantial.

course, it may be necessary

of
to review priorities if circum-

stances change or if the estimates of revenue and recur-
rent expenditure are exceeded or have to be reduced.

50. The Government first de-
ermined the ceiling of capital ex-
2enditure which it considered
‘easonable to adopt in relation to

(a) loan funds
me? avalos oe
e ec de at less than
:8,000,000 is small compared with
he normal annual revenues, but
his fact has to be weighed in re-
t of the relevant factor that
re is not in the national budget
tmargin between revenue and ex-
diture to support further loan
For. thi it i posed
' For 8 reason, is pro)
6 Hmit, as far as is possible, future
ban expenditure to items which
fe directly productive and will
t throw a heavy nett charge on
budget. _
-51. The present loan proposals

e limited to a total amount of

,000,000 on which the annual
gan charges and recurrent costs

y be of the order of $500,000.

ference to the latter recurrent

pect will be found later in this
Eeevavaneien at paragraph 60.
52. As regards expenditure
tom “available funds”, the totals
foposed are as follows: —
General .. .. $6,500,000
Labour Welfare
3,500,000

- Fun ts
Special Funds 500,000
$10,500,000

“Available Funds:—
cover the following

Revenue Balance $3,750,000

ms:—
) General
) Budget Contribution
000 a year)

‘$250
» Golohial Development &
Wellare
(d) Vietx Ferth Account

® Aégfieultiiral Suspense
Acéaunt



53. The
neral”

1,280,000

1,000,000
250,000

250,000
$6,500,000

54. The General Revenue Bal-
bee amounted at the 31st March,
52, to $6,829,926, and if the pro-
osed allocation of $3,750,000 over
te five year period is approved,
will leave—subject to unfore-
ten windfalls—a nett reserve of
5,000,000 to cover the working
apital of the Government and
mergeney exvenditure.

Other Reserves

There , Of course, other Re-
nves, e Revenue Equalisation
und now standing at roughly
1,250,000 and the Special Reserve
und at over $500,000 were creat-
a for ific purposes and have
bme rel@vance to the general re-
*rve position,
55. It is proposed to maintain
e present budget contribution of
250,000 a year to capital expendi-
re, but to review the position in
55 to —— Ri sel 2 ere
ount could prov’ e
ould be appreciated that to
e extent this contribution to-
her with the provision of de-
Petes capital expenditure
thin the budget ($400,000 pro-
osed in paragraph 46) provides
possible cushion between recur-
cE revenue and recurrent ex-
nditure .
56. Of the United Kingdom
ant of $3,840,000 to Barbados
der the Colonial baphtoey omige
id Welfare Act, there remains an
Balance of roughly

,000.

57. The Vieux Fort Land Set-
ement Scheme has a balance of
fughly $270,000 against which
flere may be some small debits yet
| be cleared. It is proposed to

these funds towards the cost
one of the Agricultural schemes
foe in the plan.

. The Agricultural Suspense

count, amounting to roughly
0,000 represents the accumu-
oe revenues to 31st March, 1952,
sin

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from the agricultural and
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grants made from Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare Funds. Per-
mission will be sought to utilize
the balance as proposed.

PART IV
Summary
59. The current budget as ap-

proved is as follows: —
Basic Recurrent



Expenditure $10,207,389
Subsidization 1,076,780
$11,284,169
Contribution to Capi-
tal Expenditure .. 250,000
Departmental non-re-
current. a 515,125

$12,049,294

This total will be reduced by
$615,125 during the next five
years,

60. It is with the increased re-
current costs that the greatest
difficulty has been experienced. It
is likely that the additional present
and potential commitments of the
Government (apart from this
plan) will exceed $1,000,000 in
recurrent expenditure during the
next five years. The potential re-
surrent costs of the five year plan
amount to roughly $1,220,000 a

year.

It is possible, therefore, that
the fifth year the total waa will
be of the order of $13,720,000,

61. It will be recalled that the
national average revenue was

laced at between $11,000,000 and
12,000,000 and also that the addi-
tional annual revenue sought ap-
proximates $1,500,000,
latter figure does not take
account of. —

(a) the temporary increase in
revenue which arises from the
actual capital expenditure and
which is substantial—but it is
not a recurrent receipt;

the permanent increase in

revenue which results directly

and indirectly from a develop-
ment programme;

the refund of principal and

interest of the self-supporting

schemes in the loan pro-
gramme;

(d) the increase in revenue aris-
ing from improved and closer
collection.

62. Obviously, a great deal of
eare and supervision in relation to
revenue and expenditure will have
to be maintained and the plan kept
constantly under review,

It is inevitable that the public
will make further demands which
will be pressed by Departme ts,
but it is vital to the future econ-
omy of Barbados that du the
next few years new expenditure
should not be approved without a
modification of the present pro-
gramme,

Heads of Departments and the
Civil Service must clearly under-
stand that demands for supple~
mentary expenditure will only be
entertained against genuine and
appropriate savings.

Government Loans

63. As stated earlier, there is
presently an account designated
“Advances pending the raising of
loans” amounting to roughly
$2,000,000. It is proposed to en-
deavour to raise this amount
locally in the immediate future.

64. It is almost certain that the
whole of the $6,000,000 for the new
loan programme will have to be
raiseg overseas, although local in-
vestors should be given the oppor-
tunity to participate, The approval
of Her Majesty’s Government to
the loan issue will have to be ob-
tained. ¢

If the local loan (paragraph 63)
is successful, it may not be neces~
sary to raise an overseas loan for
two or three years and then it may

(b)

(ec)





be possible to limit the issue to
$3,000.000 and give later ¢onsid-
eration to the requirements of the
situation,

65. There are fairly substantial
balanees in various Government
funds which seek investment over-
seas from time to time, It is pru-
dent policy to spread such invest-
ment, but the Government consid-
ers it would be legitimate and ap-
propriate for a small part, say a
quarter, of these funds to be in-
vested in the proposed local and
overseas loan. The matter is be-
ing investigated.

In addition, it is hoped that the
banks operating in Barbados will
give some support to the loens and
also that the Caribbean ¥
Board will consider a similar in-

evestment.

Conclusion

66. In conclusion, the Govern-
ment wishes to reiterate that this
five year plan of development and
taxation must be accepted as an
outline of the Government's in-
tentions during the next five years
and in particular the limits of ex-
penditure which at this stage it
appears prudent to adopt. It may
be that when the general review
is undertaken in three years time
it will be necessary to revise some
of the présent proposals and to
again increase government rev-
a or limit recurrent expendi-
ure.

There are bound to be conflict-
ing views as regards the priority
of items, but similarly as it has
been necessary to place a ceiling
on expenditure during the five
year -period, it will be necessary to
limit expenditure during each year.
{t would not be expedient to en-
deavour to implement the five
year programme in a_e shorter
period.

It is proposed to work to a capi-
tal expenditure not exceeding
$10,000,000 in the first three years.

As indicated earlier in this
Memorandum, the Government
will present supplementary estim-
ates for the current yéar as soon
as possible together with an indi-
cation af the ee intended
for the year 1953/54.

67. he successful implementa-
tion of a plan of this nature de-
pends in the maih on the goodwill
and assistance in one way or an-
other of every adult member of
the community. If production is
to be increased in Barbados, which
is fundamental to the plan, there
must be continued and even great~
er co-operation between all classes
of workers and employers and an
awareness that without an increase
in the national income (which
flows from increased production)
there can be no appreciable de-
velopment of the public services
which the Government is anxious
to provide.

APPENDIX B

Brief Descriptive Summary
of Capital Expenditure
Proposals

A — LOAN FUNDS

Barbados Development Board

To encourage and.promote the
development of ind es in the
Island, it is proposed to set up a
Board on the lines of the Indus-
trial Development Corporation
which has been recently estab-
lished in Jamaica, An Executive
Secretary with industrial experi-
ence would be appointed by the
Board, who would also need a
secretary and a steno-typist. It is
proposed that he will also be re-
sponsible to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee for the -
eral supervision of the Develop-
ment Plan.

The Board would encourage the
expansion and development of ex-
isting industries, and overseas in-
vestment in industries in the Island
would be welcomed and assisted.

The Board would advise the
Government in regard to legisla-
tion for the encouragement of in-
dustries such as the Pioneer In-
dustries (Encouragement) Acts
and other measures to help indus-
tries.

Peasants’ Loan Bank

Under the provisions of the
Peasants’ Loan Bank (Amend-
ment) Act, 1952, the size of a



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peasant holding which would
qualify for a loan has been in-
creased from 10 acres to 25 acres
and financial assistanee extended
to peasants who are renters pro-
vided the terms of their tenancy
offer reasonable security; also, the
scope of the Banks’ activities is
increased by allowing a loan to be
made for acquiring a good title to
the holding and such other pur-
poses as the Bank may consider

reasonable for increasing juc~
tivity of the holding. The addition-
al eapital requi: by the Bank

for these purposes is estimated at
$150,000. It is expectes that most
of this amount will be recovered.

Motor Tractors—Peasants

The Director of Agriculture has
submitted estimates of a pilot
scheme which could be operated
in a limited area of approxim-
ately 20 square miles of the
Island, It is anticipated that in-
formation would be available after
the second year, if not after the
first, which would enable Govern-
ment to decide whether the ser-
vice be continued and ex-
tended to cover the whole Island.
The initial estimated cost of the

scheme is $30,000 of which

7,000 would be the capital cost
of a tractor, implements and other
equipment and $3,000 would be
used to meet recoverable worki
expenses, Qn the assumption tha
it would be unlikely that the or-
ganisation could be expanded
within five years to deal with
more than four times the volume
of work which the equipment
under the pilot scheme could do
an additional sum of $90,000 is
earmarked for expansion. It is
intended to recover some part of
the expenditure.

Pig Breeding — Departmental
Scheme

The Director of Agriculture has
ted out that there are 21
reeding sows at the Central Live-
stock Station and District Agricul-
tural Stations from which approx-
imately 250 young pigs are avail-
able for sale annu . However,
in view of the rapidly declining
number of persons who, for
economic reasons, are able to con~
tinue the maintenance of sows for
breeding purposes, it has been
fi d that enquiries for young
gs from the Central Livestock
tion and the District ul-
tural Stations are out of
portion to the supply. The

tor of Agriculture therefore
recommends than an_ enlarged
breeding programme be _ initi-

ated in an effort to meet the
increasing demands. Under this
programme, it is proposed that 50
oreeding sows be retaiged, the ex-
isting strength being brought up
to this number by nh from
the present nucleus at the entral
Livestock Station. The advantages
of such a scheme would be

to supply a large number
re of on * ansitty breeding
sows and poars;

(b) that surplus boars could
be reared for pork or
bacon and ham;

(c) that unless some form of

assistance is provided for

the pig industry of the

Island the number of

pigs produced locally

will rapidly fall;

that pigs reared under

good conditions of man-

agement and husbandry
up to the age of 3 months
are best able to maintain
rapid development under
local conditions where
swill forms a large pro-

(da

~

portion of the diet;
(e) that as a_ result of
further investigationai

work with pig rations, it
may be possible to reduce
the high recurrent ex-
penditure on teeds foc
breeding sows.

The Capital cost for accommo-
dation for the 30 additional sows
is estimated at $6,000 and the
maximum additional annual re-
current expenditure is $10,650.
The additional revenue is
estimated at $5,400 from the
second year onwards, It is

itended to recover some part of
this expenditure,
Mental Hospital Farm —
Food Production
The Director of Agriculture
as submitted proposals for the
operation of a Dairy Farm at the
Mental Hospital on economic
lines. He points out that it is
esSential to the proper mainten-
a@nee of a dairy herd to have |
regular and adequate supply of
high quality fodder, and that such
* supply can only be provided
end assured at the Mental Hos-
pital Farm by means of irriga-
tion. Proposals have therefore
been put forward for the type
of irrigation required, the capital
cost of the equipment being
$7,900. In considering the dairy
herd to be maintained, the
€stimated fodder production of
660 tons of elephant grass, which
can be produced at the Farm,
would maintain a herd of approx-
imately 32 adult cattle at the rate
of 16 tens each per annum and
12 heifers at the rate of 10 tons
®ach per annum, Such a herd
would consist of 2 bulls, 23 milk-
ing cows, 7 dry cows and 12
heifers, With respect to milk
production, it is estimated that
in a few years time when the
maximum number of animals are
in production, the daily mil\
ld would be about 450 pints,
‘his daily supply would be ade-
the insti-
tution and would be available
at a cost slightly below the sum
which would have to be paid for
fresh milk purchased from an
outside source, The Director of
Agriculture is of the opinion that
certain subsi activities could
be undertaken at the Farm: that
(a) the piggery be extended
and operated on _ profit-

able lines;

(b) a small number of dairy
goats could be .main-
tained;

(c) there is room for the
growing of casuarinas
for firewood in lower

levels near the seashore
the green vegetable gar-
den be maintained and
expanded to double the
present area without
affecting the proposals
ce for the operation of th»
& dairy farm.

*The greater part of the ares
would be required for fodder anc
sour grass production, but it i
expected that there would be
about 4% acres of land availabl:
for the cultivation of ground
provisions on the Farm, If the
lise of the 44% acres were properly
organised and the area well man
aged, the farm would make a
useful contribution to the ground
provision requirements of the
institution.

The capital cost of the pro-
posals outlined above for a Dair,
Farm at the Mental Hospital i:
estimated at $33,000 and the
maximum additional annual re-
eurrent expenses at $10,505,
including $505 for the annual
maintenance of buildings. It is
anticipated that the scheme will
he self-supporting,

Loans — Housing Civil
Servants

The amount of $600,000 is an
estimate of the funds which will
be required for making advances
to Public Officers under the
Public Officers Housing Loans
Act 1952. $100,000 of this sum has
been provided under Capital
Estimates 1952—-53, Head V. It is
intended that the full cost to
Government will be recoverable
{rom borrowers.

Loans — Hi — General
Tt is proposed to make loans to
workers other than those engaged
in the sugar industry to repair
their homes or to assist in pro-
viding houses. An amount of
$750,000 has been included in the
plan to finance such a scheme
which should be self-supporting.
Dodds Plantation
has already been

. (a)

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A claim by the British Union
Oil Company Limited under Sec-
tion 17 (7) of the Natural Gas |
Corporation Act, 1950 for gas |
pipe line, components and acces-
sories is estimated at $90,648.55; |
also ineluded is the sum af |
$383,980 being an estimate by the |
Director of Petroleum and Natu- |
ral Gas of compensation payable
under Section 8 of the Petroleum
Act, 1950.
Loans — Higher Education

The principle of providing
loans to students to attend
approved institutions of higher
education was generally agreed to} ull the details


therefore proposed to provide
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The report of the Minor
Handicrafts Committee has re-
cently been received and is being
examined. The Committee recom-
mends the establishment of 4
Central Organisation to supervise
the development of such handi-
erafts as basketry and straw
work, decorative pottery, turtle-
shell, needlecraft and coral stone
work, It is also recommended
that the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee be asked to consider
setting up and running small
shops for the sale of local handi-
crafts on the Baggage Wharf and
at Seawell, and that if this pro-
posal is acceptable to them, that
Government make thé necessary |,
sites available and that a grant
be made to the Publicity Com-
mittee to erect and establish the
shops, An amount of $50,000 has
been included in this plan to
finance any schemes which may
be accepted by Government.

New Offices and Parliament

Buildings | Health
It is essential that additional |

office accommodation should be

provided forthwith, At the same! ,

time Government proposes to} y

erect new Parliament Buildings |

as was last proposed in 1939, An|

excellent site is available at

the East end of Government

House grounds which would pro-

vide for the new Legislative

buildings, ministerial offices, the

Secretariat, and the Crown Law

Officers, This would release office

accommodation and the existing |

chambers of the Legislature in the

Public Buildings for use by Gov-

ernment Departments for which

offices are at present rented. The

amount of $750,000 is a provis-

ional estimate of the cost of the

new buildings, on three

times the 1939 estimate of costs.

SCHEMES UNDER
INVESTIGATION
Central Milk t
The original scheme for Gov-
ernment participation on a fifty-
fifty basis in a Central Milk De-
pot and Creamery met with many
difficulties, Further pi ls have
been put forward by the Director
of Agriculture with the help of
the Honourable H. A, Cuke
C.B.E., and certain milk pro-
ducers, and the Government is
re-examining the problem.
Abattoir and Cold Storage
Marketing Organisation
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Regional Failure ?

OF ALL the failures which have to be
recorded when efforts to promote closer
co-operation in the British Caribbean have
been attempted recently, the failure to ap
point a Trade Commissioner in London is
perhaps the most discouraging. When onc
remembers the high hopes which were en-
tertained and the flights of oratory which
were indulged in when the first meeting
of the Regional Economic Committee took
place at Hastings House last year, subse-
quent activities of that organization do
not appear to justify the expectations that
were then raised.



One of the functions of the Committee
is to act as an advisory and consultative
body to the participating Governments in
economic matters of regional significance.
The Committee it has been wll said is th:

rreate re of the narticipating governments
Yet after recent talks in London whic:

were attended by members of the
Executive Committee of “the Region:
Economic Committee an announcemer:
was made that two members of th
Executive of the Regional Econom-«
Committee would be attending the mee
ing of Commonwealth Prime Ministers :-
London next month. Since that announc:
ment there has been no official confirr
ation that the members of the Executiv:
Committee of the Regional Econom’:
Committee were in any way authorised b
their governments to make these dec.-
sions on their behalf. The matter is im
portant because it is quite improper f
British Caribbean Governments to creaic
an advisory Economic Committee an?
then allow that Committee to overstep tlc
purposes for which it was created. Fro: ;
the beginning it was emphasised by mar
persons Who supported the formation «
an advisory Economic Committee th
such a committee could be of service ‘
the area only if it were comprised of ind
viduals with great knowledge and expe
ence of commerce.

Unfortunately this advice was ignorc>
and the executive of the Regional Econo-
mic Committee is in fact almost synony
mous with the leaders of political partic:
in the participating territories. True, it ir
that these politicians are advised by me~
with knowledge and experience in bus’
ness but there is nothing to ensure thzt
the advice they give will be taken by th-
politicians.

The experiment in providing the sever
British Caribbean governments with <
body of expert opinion on matters affec.-
ing trade and commerce seems to hav?
ended in the creation of yet another ac
visory body in the area with the differ-
ence that the politicians have constituted
themselves as the persons who are to giv
and receive advice at one and the same
time. It is not surprising that a body
whose membership is composed mainly of
individuals with a very large say in the
running of their own government's affairs
should find it difficult to combine the func
tions of giving and taking advice.

From whatever angle it is considered
the Regional Economic Committee does
not appear to be fulfilling the primary rolc
for which it was intended; but with regard
to the appointment of a Trade Commis
sioner in the United Kingdom its failure
to nominate a person to this post has had
two unfortunate results. In the first place
the apparent failure to find a man will-
ing and capable to carry out the Trade
Commissioner’s duties does not suggest the
prevalence of such persons living in the
British Caribbean. And secondly at a time
when decisive policies are being formed
with regard to the future of the Common-
wealth as a trading area the British Carib-
bean Governments have failed to agree on
any policy which could be presented to
the Secretary of State for the Colonies to
guide him in the representations which
ought to be made on their behalf when
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers meet
in London next month. Since one of the
functions of the Trade Commissioner in
the United Kingdom is the attendance at
government or international conferences
he could easily have represented the Brit-
ish Caribbean at next month's important
meeting and thereby saved the area the
expense of paying for politicians who are
members of the Executive Committee re-
turning to London so soon after the abor-
tive Canada-West Indies trade talks.

If the West Indies are to be conc’emned
to being represented always overseas by
the leading politicians of the British
Caribbean it may be asked why the tax-
payers of the area should be compelled to
contribute to regional organisations which

upon analysis seem to provide no new
talent or ability?

If the Regional Economic Committee is
to play a useful role in the British Carib-

bean a change of personnel in its executive
would seem tc be imperative.

oe

|climbed even more steeply under year’s total. But whereas in 1950

Koredn crisis of mid-1950. Raw set by
| material
peak during the first half of 1951, the UK's
and
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LONDON ~ lars. Northern ‘Rhodesian copper
Commonwealth trade 1951 iby Ronald Boxall added 27 million dollars, and
was characterised by a sharp West Indian sugar a further 4%
turn of events which transformed exception, the common experi- million dollars.
heal surplus positions in the ence of all Commonwealth coun- Other large Commonwealth
jfirst half of the year into well- tric: last year. Tne exception dollar-earners were Australian
|\nigh disastrous déficits in the was Canada whose exports for wool (306 million dollars), Uni-
second half-year. j the most part to the United ted Kingdom textiles (252
Prices of most sterling raw States and other Commonwealth million dollars), ‘Indian and
materials rose steadily after the countriés, increased by 800 mi!- Pakistan jutejeama Ceylonese tea

devaluation of Autumn, 1949, and lion doliars over

the previous aygd rubber.
The report
the pressure of American stock- Canada’s small surplus with the the ndorty eansee of
piling purci foliowing the United KingGom was nearly off- deterioration im the Common-/|
its deficit with other wealth's position vis-a-|
prices reached their Commonwealth countries, in 1951 vis Western
deficit with Canada The United Kingdom, the Coumtry
area rose sharply while the surplus of mainly concerned in this trade, |
sterling Common- exported little more to O.E.EC.
wealth was nearly the same. countries than in the previous
the prosperity In short, Canada last year got year, but its imports from, this
in Commonwealth the pezt ci Lo: worlds, since the @rea increased by over 50 per
raw material producing countries prices of her raw material and ©ent. to nearly £900 million.
by the high price of their pro- other exports dia not fall to the "s €xports to West
ducts—the volume of exports in same extent as those of Sterling European markets fell sharply,
most cases actually fell between :aw materials while the cost of while her imports from Europe
1950 and 1951 — gave rise to a her raw maierial imports was almost doubled. Colonial exports
clamorous demand for imported much lower at the end of the to Western Europe rose by 40
goods. This demand continued to year than it had bein at the per cent. but their imports from)
grow throughout the year, wita beginning. The effect of this 1t were more than twice as large |
the result that the surpluses built improvement in Canada’s terms of a8 in 1950. South Africa and New)
up in the first half of the year trade was to transform a deficit Zealand maintained their exports)
were greatly diminished and, in of 340 million dollars in the first to this area, but imported from
some cases, even wiped out half of the year into a surplus of it on a much heavier scale than)
during the second half-year. 218 million dollars in the second in the precéding year, while)
half. India and Pakistan also increased}

thereafter sterling
particularly of dollars, the overseas

Mean while,

A report on Commonwealtt The 5 hei :
. ; movement in the terms of their imports from European

trade in 1951, just published by trade had a reverse effect on the Sources.
I Commonwealth Economic trading positions of the sterling Fimally, the. report records a
ommittee, underlines the seri- jaw material producing countries, large €xpansion im Common-

The fall im the price of their pro- w¢alth-Japanese* trade in 1951.

(aris of this sudden deteriora-
ducts, coupled with the growth The largest increases in imports

the trading position of the

sterling countries. And it shows of their

Be: imports, was not the only from Japan were those of Aus-
nee gy Ms Saas ©! factor in operation. While the tralia (£23 million larger than |
its wen Mated te he coun- indexes for export prices fell iz in 1950 at £35 million) and
i ‘the Pires to movemeD:s these countries, those in the Pakistan (£26. million larger at

price of their chief raw
materia] products.

Thus a 50 per cent. fall in the
price of wool between the first
and the second half of the year

United Kingdom and Canada £46 million). All other Common-
continued to rise, the counterpart wealth countrie:
of ‘this movement being a rise ia tion of Canada, increased their

other Commonwealth countrie
was materia ans - ;
@ material factor in tra Therefore, whereas these coun-

forming an Australia

£A186 ‘million in the six months (er S#ined the benefit of high
from January to June into a
Geficit of £A215 million between
July and December. (A further

year.

Largest Increase

rew material prices in the first ven Ge caeet

half of the year, the same factor over the

Canada
increase

with the excep-|

the import price indexes of most imports from Japan during the|

previous year’s figures |



oo ageins them. later qt sold £25 million worth of Goods
year whep these high prices to Japan, agains: only £7 million

began to be reflected in the cost j, 1950. Australian and Pakis

of their imported manufactures. exports to Japan each fell by “10

cayse of the deterioration was
the fact that Australian imports
in the later months of 1951 were

30 per cent higher than in the M 2 . million, compared with 195
na Malayan Rubber And 0,
earlier months of the year) The Commonwealth Ecomoni- ne _ Other Commonwealth

Fall in Prices Committee’s report adds empha- Aries sold slightly more to

The fall in the prices of jute sis to the importance of the part Japan than in the previous year.

of India and
Pakistan errant the two half-
‘| years, and even sharper falls in
the price of rubber and tin wer-
important factors in changing
the surplus of £225 million.earned

with the dollar world. Malayan
rubber was again the Common-
wealth’'s biggest dollar-earner
adding 436 million dollars to th
Sterling area's

and Japan is shown by the fact

pa between
million in 1948, by 1951 it
reserves. Malayan increased to £256 million. er

\ : ‘ ° tn .exports, though badly hii * All references

are cee territories in the during 1951 by the. cessation of wealth-Japanese eke ok

7 Bani = the aibaaat nae of a stockpiling, reabed clude the Colonia) territories,
alt. another 30 million dollars. Detai ra :

ee duane te : r 3 @ils of trade between the

plus to Gold Coast cocoa earned 76 Coloni

deficit o>, in some cases into stil] mill i ' ae in ee eee

: or 3 5 jon dollars > z i i

flinst Gondwana on collars and cocoa from published in the C.E.C.

another 37 million dol-





report. —L.E.S.

Venice drifting up and down, passing
To, The Editor, The Advocate, other gondolas — some gaily lit
SIR,—I feel that I must write “th paper lanterns, to hear the
this letter in reply to the Article 8°Mdoliers singing old Italian
which ippeared in the Evening a all this is enchant-
Advoca entitled “Now Know . could infin
Why. They call it Bridge pA Sighs” | Il ean! only say now that I am tablet ene itumn-on> this
by Eve Perrick. I know that it is P&PP¥ to have had the privilege “Is jt—not just crass j
frightfully fashionable” today to Of visiting Venice, even if I —but indescribable igncrance ty
: 9

debunk anything which has not SPould never see it again. s “that c
i created during the last few WANDERLUST mands that ‘Tovalty ‘should “be
been mands that loyalty should be

years of the twentieth century : * shown to the T'

2 7 bs ; ; e Throne an
eres I give a few of my impres- National Anthem I will suggest to Pane
Sete, “anice? They ate slightly re mer The Advocate. turn to school, or, keep handy

ent from Eve Perrick’s. ,—There appeared in las eye: i it-

I went to the City of Venice Sunday's issue, a lengthy diatribe Sania iaes av odes ai ot
expecting that it would be mod- Written by one ‘Pensant’, levelled when attempting to write to the
ernized and not like. the mental against the Barbadian ‘masses’; Press—a medium by which ; z :
icture I had formed. I was wrong. and to make use of a paradox learn; this will be doing the wee
ae is lovely and remains for (all mine) I was amusingly ing public a great servic a
9 most part as it was during annoyed with the presentation. Let me also remind “her,
her ae bundneds of years ago, acne Cnsanine. the pre to take maybe draw to her attention er

p ru eo ce e ayin f ime: i
Mediterranean. It is unique as it National Anthens ar that ae fase a ihinkting the c aly Fr >
was built in the sea with only a just it) as “crude rudeness” js dom’ we enjoy co ve
group of islands as its foundation not honest. The masses must fail BRUCE HUSBANDS
and the Venetian Sea as its streets. to recognize anything which bears Bridgetown, ae

The incredibly beautiful Church no other significance to them, Oct. 20th, 1952.
of San Marco was begun in the than that of a grand finale to a Re C ;
tenth century to honour St. Mark. dance, concert, or any public orig emp mentery
the patron Saint of the Venetians. function. It is also ridiculous to To the Editor, The Advocate—
Each time the Venetian sailors say, that “this seeming discourtesy Ro eoo. e, November ~ Races
eturned from a successful voyage may be the result of crass ignor- ve soon be Here and I would
they took gifts of gold, marble ance of the connection of ever like to make a suggestion to the
and wood to adorn the Church of Barbadian with the Queen a Turk cies mibich 1am sure every-
heir patron Saint. These gifts England, ... .” eae Mena Sport. of
added to the beauty of the Church 1 would’ like to know~ from Mines” will second,
for_six centuries, whence cometh’ ‘Pensants’ t It is this: Now that, generally

The gracious architecture of the formation that Batbados was dis. *P°@*im8. more horses run in each

covered by the English ? me ace than ever before, it is very

oalaces, the beauty of the paint-
ings, the almost edenaetade 'p difficult for the spectator—uniess,
ensant’ would recall for @ he is an expert and possesses;

‘talents of the glass and lace moment th

. : e origin of the word i

ie eae an he bore detl yt Be fo. stich hrs eae

ppp tees, = oe aerate — May I suggest to ‘Pensant’ that alt Ge oe K A the
s 7. people who she learn some more of Barba- spectator who han oe he bom

were also highly successful 4g;
nariners and merchants, They had dian History ? st has an even mere difficult

, I do agree, “that in every well jot

he talent which is almost non- Ty well job since he hag»to try to follow
xislent these days, of combining peleocee poe, +. +. there two horses at "the Same time.
business success with the ereation }* Bg ok ged head,” but Now the Turf Club could help by
of real, lasting beauty, The Vene- onced communities ote teat” making some arrangement with
tian mastery of the Mediterran- {y,°°" Commun ties etc., etc. . .. the local wired system by which
‘an has long since passed but the 4) Pah *P at (I hope I'm in- their race commentary could be
bemuty they created tf there cluding aes that no child relayed in the stands and on the
for those with eyes to see it and Patio or any respect, or “pasture”. I derstand that
the heart and understanding to attention, for that matter, to a commentaries on the races are
appreciate it, parent that is far’ removed broadcast in the stands both in

socially, spiritually, or fiman- Australia and in the United
Certainly, the Grand Canal is cially: hence, the respect paid. to States, ’
the most beautiful of all. $ one the Crown, or ruling Sovereigns; Might I also suggest to the
explores the slum areas any @Md no amount of teaching or local wired broadcasting system
weat city the streets are smelly, brow-beating can alter the oman. that they have two commentators
even so are the “alleys” in Venice, tion, I do sincerely think that —one in the Stand as usual and
As for the gondolas—I loved them, the solution lies in changing our one on the other side of the track
They are made to-day in the status from that of ‘British In this way we would get a more

@ were mentioned’ From whenc
© cometh they? Certainly Barbadians

can say or do very little in grati-
tude for the recreational centres---
the upkeep for which they have to
pay, despite the fact that they
must pay special fees for their
usage whenever so required. I

same designs in which they were ebjects’ to ‘British Subjects.’ accurate commenta

fashioned many years ago.-The Those of us who are capable lives of the compe tateie San
gondoliers are amazingly adept of thinking, and willing to face be much easier

%t handling them and steering facts, know that our personal Yours ete

them and their calls to each other freedom is about the same under - JOHN DALE.
vhen turning a corner can never any ideology, or nationality; with A Boon

the exception of the U.S.A. th
— t bal : } South Africa. a
irranges the price of a “voyage” know that the colonies are not
vefore entering the gondola 80 ‘iabilities to Great Britain’ nor SUnday issue that the Royal
‘fter that is done there is nothing never have they been. The wide Bank of Canada be opening
‘to do but sit back and enjoy it. world knows how far the gener- @ ranch at'the Village, Balmoral
he Writes Gah s alk of Osity of the English stretches, and Gap in December,
Pook i "Ge < i. ge when and how they invest money. _ This will be a great boon to all
pean the Cénale aie “toot? The We also know wat grand wants oo living in Hotel area,
hops around’ the BduaMe of Hah the colonies are’ to the British winter visitors and local residents

“ compared to a taxi blare.
* commana a oe To, The Editor, The Advocate.

We also SIR,—I saw with delight in your

Marco are filled with the most SConemy: hence, the go-slow alike, Nobody likes to have to go
beautiful glass — table glass, policy at Whitehall on our ‘Re- into hot it is
decorative glass and jewelry, It spgopible-Geverainant aspirations. absolutely and I was
is expensive, yes, but even to e also know how this island glad to see on return here

have seen it is a wonderful ex- financed, and that the majority

verience; especially in these years
wf utilitarian articles—useful but
seldom beautiful. I had seen speci-
mens of Venetian glass before

can’t be other than » tax-free. Stile a ora charming
: ! +) hopping tre is growing
simply because they don't earn up just a few tes stroll awa
sufficient’ to supply the eSfrom the main ¥
with the common necessities of No doubt Se saan
visiting the City, But to see the life furthermore to be taxable. 4). airlines will «
vollections of glass in ewery con- course inadequate wages are Royal ‘dane cod ah in =e
ceivable shape, design and colour Tesponsible for this inability, 0 Visitors to the island will he
is a feast for the eye, It is even ne must obviously expect the shin 1d odieral n will be
more interesting after visits to Minority—the only other source— {Binet —e necessity of traipsing
the glass factories where one can Who control the wealth, the big- Bs n a change travellers
see stich beauty emerge from a business, the land, and the life- ee or alter reservations.
molten lump in a comparatively line of the colony—-the import _ It seems that Barbados is at lust
short space of time and with #9d export trade, to pay. beginning to take’ more interest
apparently no effort. lot of C. D. & W. money in the well-being of visitors, and
Venice IS beautiful with an seems to go on fat. sa’aries for believe me, that is the only way to
atmosphere and enchantment all Englishmen and much of it has build up a tourist industry.
its own. To be in a gondola at been spent on useless co, ferences, Yours etc.,
night on the Grand Canal, slowly Where then are all these gifts as NORTHERN VISITOR.

and cotton were partly responsi- by the Colonial territories in ,,.°* ,STOWing . importance ~ of
ble fo: the deterioration in the sterling Commonwealth trade trade between: the independent |
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WHAT WENT WRONG (COLD WAR ROUND !

JOSEPHINE

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK.
A NASTY little cold war minus Commu-

nists and the Kremlin swirls around singer
throws light on| Josephine Baker. It is between Peron’s Ar-
the’ gentine and America.

Josephine got into it after going to Buencs

cope Guring 1951.| Aires to sing.

Just a year ago a hot war of words broke
out on Broadway over her. Because she is 2
Negress, she claimed, she was treated rudely
and denied food for an hour in the smart and
snobbish Stork Club. Gossip columnists
some of whom frequent the Stork Club, took

sides.

Now in Buenos Aires she is quoted as say-
ing: “The U.S. is a barbarous land living <
false Nazi-style democracy. Praise God for

men like Peron.”

SAYS the New York Post, which defendeu}}
her in the club row: ‘With pain and sorrow |i
we note that she is apparently willing to]
| play into the hands of totalitarian regimes. i

She should know better.”

Says columnist Robert Ruark: “One Bake:

screeching for a foreign Press can undo

decade of sober Negro progress demonstrat.
ed by Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, and Lenz

Horne.”

The American-born Josephine has lived in
Paris many years. She is a French national.
And tonight in a column, the first printec
hint appears that the U.S. may give her “the

Chaplin treatment” if she tries to return.

days I have been reading and re-reading in

advertisements and articles these figures—

Great Britain in 1951, 83 per cent. of the vot-
ers voted, in America in 1948 only 51 per

cent. This flattering comparison is part

the get-out-the-vote drive. And it has werk-
ed. Registration for ballots is at a record

that, whereas the total value of} high.
them was only £26|

CHAMPION Rocky Marciano is willing

fight Jersey Joe Walcott, the man he de-
throned for the heavy-weight title, in Mad-
ison Square Garden again next March oi
June. Says his manager, Al Weill: “I do not
see how Rocky can fight more than twice

next year, taxes being what they are.”
THE official name of the newest “mecha

ical brain” is the Multipurpose Automatic
it—or

Data Analysis Machine. For short
she—is, of course, called MADAM.
THE U.S. Air Force placed a second ord

for a “substantial number” of Americanise:
Canberra bombers developed by Britair

The Glenn Martin Company makes them

Baltimore under British licence. They a1
using the British Canberra which holds th
official east-west Transatlantic record of fou

hours 16 minutes for flight testing.

CINERAMA is going to make four dramc
tic pictures for its new three-dimensiona
screen. The Broadway theatre showing th.
first cinerama programmes is sold out unt

Easter.

MAJOR ALEXANDER SEVERSKY, th.
big bomber advocaie, calls the Thule air bas
in Greenland “a £175 million blunder” as ;
base for action against Russia. He admii
that it is useful for defensive radar an

fighter operations. But in war Soviet bom

ers from Franz Josef Land, only 1,350 mile
away, would wipe out Thule as an offensiv

base,

FOURTEEN out of 21 advertisements fo
men’s clothing and shoes in today’s Ney
York Times glorify British woollens an

shoes.

WARDENS’ machine guns quelled a tw«
hour riot of 20 prisoners in jail at Trento:
New Jersey. Two prisoners were wounded

They had knives.

AMERICAN tourists will walk into res
taurants in London, Glasgow, Mancheste:
and seven other British cities, have dinnei
and not pay a penny in cash. They will pre
sent their membership card of the Diners
Club, and the bill will be sent home. Th:
tourists can do the same for hotel rooms anc
hired cars. The organisers are trying t
work out a similar deal for Britons visitin;

America.

HOP GROWERS on the Pacific coast arc
mad at women beer drinkers because the,
insist on a lighter, milder lager. Brewers neec
fewer hops, and the growers are left with ton:

on their hands.

BRITISH ACTOR Richard Burton has been
given a ten-year Hollywood contract. He ha:

to make only one pictute a year there, and h
can continue on the London stage or make
films elsewhere, His next Hollywood assign
ment —“A Desert Rat” in the story of Tobruk

HOW WILL YOU VOTE?

CROOK COUNTY in Oregon has been
straw-polled so often on the presidential elec:
tion that householders are slamming doors or
the milkman in the mistaken belief that he

wants to know how they will vote.

MR. IRONSIDE TETLEY-JONES, of ¢
famous English teahouse, is in America to se‘
tea-makers aright. U.S. restaurants make the
worst tea in the world. They boil and reboi’
water, yet will not pour boiling water over

tea.

His startling forecast: British housewives
are going to get tea-bags and they will like

them, especially the new, tasteless, odourless

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_WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1952

2: a i
In Appeal Case

AFTER hearing

District “B” and

counsel for
respondent in the Court of Error suit in which Joseph
Greenidge of Dash Valley, St. George, has appealed against
a £10 fine imposed upon him by the Police Magistrate of
confirmed by Their Honours of the

Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery

yesterday reserved giving judgment.

‘ ee * It is further contended that,
nae “ ban £10 in the constable’s own admis-
ae 8uilty by sion, he did: not know when he

His Worship M. C. W. Rudder of
assaulting P. C. 28 Milton Sandi-
ford while in the execution of his
duty on March 17, last year. This
decision was confirmed by Their
Honours of the Assistant Court of

Appeal, Mr. G. L, Taylor and
Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
The case was brought by the

Police, who were represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor
General.

Mr. D. E Malone and Mr. E.
W. Barrow instructed by Messrs,
Haynes & Griffith
Greenidge.

In the Judges reasons for con-
firming the decision of the Police

lost the

Magistrate, it was stated: “.. The the warrants

S. Sandiford had four warrants
of arrest for appellant for ali-
mony arrears, and that he went

into the appellant’s open yard to

cern the appellant, the
bundle consisting of twelve war- '

rants in all, being put into the Judgment in Christie v. Leachin-
sky, to be found in 1947 1. A.E.R.
The Lord du Pareq, after brief-~
ly recounting the rise of the pol-
\ ice power to effect arrests, said,
On approaching the appellant, “The principle established by the
0 D started to unbut- authorities are agreeable to corm-
ton his shirt pocket so that he mon sense and follow from the
warrants governing rule of any law that a
which he had for the appellant man is entitled to his liberty and
and read them to him, but at this may, if necessary, defend his own

suddenly freedom by force.
moved away and ran towards the person has a lawful reason for

constable’s shirt pocket,
of which was buttoned.

Ran Towards Door

the flap

the constable

might take out the

moment the appellant

both

warrants, a
which we are asked to conclude
that he could not know if he had
them when he arrested Green-
idge. But a little reflection will
show that this conclusion is not
necessarily correct. We are satis-
fied that when the constable be-
gan to unbutton his shirt pocket,
he still had the warrants on him;
furthermore, there is nothing to
show that’ he completed the un-
buttoning of his shirt pocket be-
fore arresting the appellant and
represented so afforded an opportunity for
the warrants to be lost, We there-
fore conclude that
of making the arrest he still had
. . in his ssession,
evidence in support of the charge and that the arrest ne teed
is briefly, that the constable W. This being so, we hold that the

appellant was rightly convicted.”

Affected Liberty

execute these warrants, The Mr. D. E. Malone said that upon
Warrants were tied together with the subject of arrest
several others which did not con- #ffected the liberty of the subject,
whole he proposed to
taken from Lord Du Parcq’s

appellant and

fact from

at the time

was lawful.

and as it



read a passage

“offence”.

If any other
wife.

door. the constable pursued and seeking to deprive him of that

held him; he resisted; the two of liberty, that person must, as a
struggled and fell to the general rule, tell him what the
ground; a hostile crowd gather- reason is, for unless he tells, he
ed; and the constable was attack- cannot
@d by another man, Brown; as a to arrest or to be blamed for re-
appellant sisting. The right of arrest and
submitting are cor-
arrested relative. This liberty is applica-
Brown for obstructing him in the ble both to arrests in execution
and was of civil process and to arrest on
in so doing by one criminal charge.”

As the passage, and in fact the
attacked whole judgment pointed out, an
with stones and a piece of metal arrest was an impingement of a
Clement person’s liberty. That liberty the
Greenidge, as a result of which law jealously protected, and ac-
the constable was wounded and cordingly the burden
Brown escaped. After Brown’s the person affecting the arrest—
escape, the constable discovered whether civilian or police officer
that the warrants were all lost. —to prove that

them

result
escaped,
The constable

of which the
then
execution of his duty,
assisted
Charles Sealy. Both the constable
and Sealy were now

pipe by a fourth man,

For the appellant it is
denied that the

the duty of

be expected

not permitted. That that
scuffle between could not,
him and the constable took place, doubt, for the good reason that
but it has been strongly contend- the law regarded an arrest, unlike

he

ed on the authority of Horsfield a prosecution,

vs. Brown (1932 1 K.B. 355) that consequently demanded justifica-
the constable had _ tle tion.

unless
warrant in his possession at the
time he arrested the appellant,
the arrest was illegal, and that
the appellant could not rightly be
convicted for assAulting him in
the execution of his duty.

No Disagreement
With this proposition

the facts, The constable’s evi-

dence is that when he went to to satisfy Your Lordship,
the spot, he had the warrants in Honourable Judges of the Court
his pocket, and we see no reason of Appeal quite failed to appreci-~

Of Criminal Nature

h
ones
dents,

against
criminal nature,
of law the respondents
there can be no disagreement, but case, but they had to prove it be-
it is first necessary to determine yond a

burden,

being upon
and the charge preferred
his client

reasonable doubt.
“This point, as I hope shortly

whatever to doubt his testimony ate,” he said.

on this point. It is true that one

dine Samuels,
looked at his pockets
they seemed

states that

thing in them, but this was evi- things:—
the constable had affecting the arrest was a police

not only by the officer, (2) that the police officer
and was in the due execution of his
Clement Greenidge; consequent- duty, and (3) the assault as laid.

They for the

rested the appellant he had the denying that the
proved to the

dently after

been attacked
eppellant, but by Brown
ly it does not help us to decide
whether when the constable ar-

warrants in his possession.




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that the officer was
execution of his duty.

It was of the utmost importance
to observe that the arrest which
the police officer was endeavour-
ing to carry out was not an ar-
rest for what the criminal juris-
diction Act of 1925

As the writ server
nevér showed the warrants to the
his
evidence — whether or not he did
in fact have the warrants in pos-
time of arresting
the appellant was a_ fact which
was peculiarly possessed by him
alone, It would be impossible in
the circumstances
prove that he did not have them
in his possession,
proof rested not
the respondent,
for the arrest by the writ server
was a tort if not justified,
writ server had to prove beyond
a reasonable doubt that the war-
rants were in his possession, and
that the Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal failed to appre-

was

to conclude.

the case
doubt. The point which contin-
ually escaped the Learned Judges
wes not that the appellant rested
his case upon whether the con-
stable did or did not know if the
warrants were in his possession at
but whether he ha

a reasonable
were in fact in

DIGGING

Never Showed Warrants
Sandiford

that was

for them to
But in any
upon

The
was

the time.
said that

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begun yesterday on James Street and Coleridge Street.
workmen are engaged in digging the track.

On Coleridge Street, this necessitated a one way flow of traific
from the direction of Lucas Street. Traffic approaching from White
Park Road was diverted to Magazine Lane for a detour to James
Street. A policeman was posted at the entrance to Coleridge Street,
near the Water Works Department.

It could not immediately be ascertained how far this new c
will extend, or how many lines it will carry. re

in the due

termed an
Here the appellant’s
fault was that he had refused or
neglected to pay the weekly sum
he had been ordered to pay his

The

The use of the phrase “neces-
sarily correct” by the Judges in
a somewhat
peculiar one. While it might be
true that it was not necessarily
correct, to conclude that the con-
stable did not have the warrants
on him; from the words of the
Learned Judges, it would appear
necessarily not in-
sole
open to

had

the
whole question was one of where
the burden of proof rested,

Mr. Reece said that the appeal
was only on points of law, and
if there was any evidence at all
on which the Judge was to find,
the appeal was excluded.

His Lordship reserved giving a



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BEGUN



EXCAVATION of the track for an underground telephone cable was

Some thirty

ble

Six Months
For Stealing
Four Fowls

His Worship Mr. BE. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday sentenced Wilfred Gill
alias Kong Riley of Nelson Street,
St. Michael to six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour for
stealing four fowls belonging to
Eugene Donovan of Bay Street
between October 5 and 7.

Gill had nine previous ednvic-
tions for larceny. Donovan valued
the fowls at £4. 5/5 and said
she missed them sometime be-
tween October 6 and 7 and en-
quired in the district about ‘them.

The defendant was seen carry-

ing the fowls in a basket. When
chased he dropped the backet
of fowls.
DISMISSED WITHOUT
PREJUDICE. ee

Their’ Honours Mr, H. A.

Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H_ Han-
schell in the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday dismissed with-
out prejudice the case in which
Robert ‘Browne a labourer of
Bank Hall, St. Michael was
charged With the larceny of 10/-
from Adina Barker of Airy Hill,
St. Michael on October 13.

Their Honours reversed the de-
cision of His Worship. Mr. G» B.
Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate
of District “A” who sentenced
Browne to three months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour for
the offence.

£3 OR A MONTH:

A fine of £3 to be paid in 28
days or one month's imprison-
ment with hard labour was yes-
terday imposed on 28-year-old
Winfield Belle of Bank Hall, St.
Michael by His Worship Mr. C, L
Walwyn who found him guilty of

fraudulently altering a driver's
licence on August 11,
Set Forde attached to the

Traffic Branch at Central Stations
prosecuted for the Police

Inspector Connell of the Bridge
Police Station said that the defen-
dant produced a driver's licence
at the station on August 11. and
the licence number was ¥9591,
1952-53.

Some of the the

writing on

Styles include

Two Tone Oxfords in
| Brown and White
| Brown and Tan

CASUALS in
Brown and White

means made just right

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Box and Willow Calf Oxfords

Brown Suede and Brown Willow

} SUEDE BROGUE OXFORDS in
| Brown, Navy and Black



“Strategist” Brings
Sugar Machinery

THE Harrison line steamer Strategist arrived in port
en Monday from British Guiana, under Captain R. A. S

Wain,

Speightstown Round-up

Toy ‘Bomb 9
Started Fire

~ 8

Five-year-old Michael Seale
exploded a “bomb” in the draw-
ing room of his home at Sweet
Pottom on Monday, October 27,
about four o’clock in the evening.

Ga entering the house, his
mother, Lynda Seale, discovered
that as a result of the explosion,
a curtain henging in the same
room had caught fire This she
managed to get under control be-
fore it spread. Michael received
no injuries

WORK ON ROAD,

A number of labourers began
work on a tenantry road at As.-
ton Hall during the week. Previ-
ously, this roed caused residenta
of the area many difficulties aur-
ing the rainy season Another
group are employed at the Mount.
PIPE ERECTED.

A pipe has recently been erect~
ed at Rock Hall tenantry, St.
Peter, Formerly, residents of this
area had to travel very long dis-
tances in order to obtain their
water supply. This move on the
part of the Water Works has been
received with great praise by the
residents of the area,



Five Nurses
Pass Finals

Five nurses at the General Hos-
pital have been successful in their
finals which was taken in Septem-
ber, Thirteen sat the examination.

The successful students were:
Nurse V. Griffith, Nurse B. Yarde,
Nurse G. Gibbons, Nurse GQ. Git-
tens and Nurse V. Waltress,

Eight other candidates took
Preliminary exams. but only six
of them were successful They
are: A, MacAllister, E, Padmore,
N, Johnson, E, Bancroft, M, Forde
and EB, Forde,
eae eibiemsetnmecsitatienpemnainenesansinsaanagiaslpieemaamisatiprtas
licence appeared to be altered. He
asked the defendant where he
gat the licence from and the de-
fendant said he received the
licence from the Traffic Branch.

At the Traffic Branch, Cpl,
Williams checked the licence and
the record, On the licence which
the defendant produced at the
Bridge Station the words ‘goods
vehicle” were written,

Cpl. Williams who is in charge
of the Motor Licence’ Record
Office said that the defendant was
given a licence to drive a private
car and not a goods vehicle,

REPRIMANDED

Florie Baptiste, a domestic
servant of Nelson Street, St. Mich-
ael, was convicted, reprimanded
and discharged for assaulting Lris
Branker also of Nelson Street and
further ordered to pay compen-
sation to the amount of 5/- fol
damaging a dress the property of
Iris Branker on October 21.

Baptiste appeared before His
Worship Mr. G, B, Griffith, Act-
ing Police Magistrate of Distric
“A” and pleaded not guilty to
both charges.

Iris Branker told the court that
while her shop at Nelson Street
was open for business on October
13, the defendant rushed in and

seized her. They struggled and
in the struggle her dress was
torn.

Baptiste said that she went into
Branker’s shop to avoid a street
fight. r7

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T.e steamer brought a large
guantity of sugar machinery to
thé iSland for Messrs, D. M. Sunp-
son & Co., Ltd. The machinery
consisted ‘of 96 packages, 11 crates,
16 cases and 15 bundles, A curious

crowd gathered alongside the
waterfront yesterday morning
when the machinery was being
unloaded with the help of the
Government crane.

FOODSTUFF.

Another Harrison Line ship ar-
rived in port yesterday morning
from London. This was the S.S
“Biographer,” which arrived wit!
a cargo of general foodstuff and
medicines flor the colony. The
“Riographer” is under the com-
mand of Captain R. °F. Longste
= is consigned to DaCosta ¢

0
COPRA,

Another arrival yesterday wa
the 56 ton schooner “Lady Steacd- |
fast” from St, Lucia under Cap
tain L, A. Marks. It brought «
quantity of copra to the island
This copra is consigned to tre
Barbados Co-operative Cotto
Factory, Ltd. The schooner |
consigned -to the Schooner Ow?
ers’ Association,

LEFT WITH RUM.

The 48 ton schooner “Gardenia
W.” left port yesterday for Trini-
ded with a quantity of Macaw rum
as the chief item of its cargo. The
schooner is under the command
of Captain Conrad Wallace and ':
consigned to the Schooner Own-
ers’ Association,

FOR ST. LUCIA,

Another departure yesterda)
was the schooner “Laudalpha
which is bound for St. Lucia witt
@ cargo made up chiefly of mar
garine and. lard, Besides the 50
pails of margarine and a simila:
number of: pails of lard, ih
“Laudalpha” is also carrying
quantity of empty drums

The 60° ton schooner is und:
the command of Captain '
Gumbs and is consigned to «
Schooner Owners’ Association

BACK IN OPERATION,

The launch “Sea Prince”
back in operation Gnce more, A
ter undergoing genéral all-rour
repairs and repainting, whic
were hastened through accidei
with a life-boat of the French li
er “De Grasse.” now in port, tl
“Sea Prince” resumed its genera
run yesterday morning carryi!
passengers to and from the same
liner.

“DE GRASSE” HERE,

The French liner “De Grasse
arrived in port around 10 o’cloc:
yesterday morning from the
islands with a number of passen
gers for the island, The liner
under the command of Captain F
Prigent and is @onsigned |
Messrs. R. M.yJones & Co., Ltd.

Move To Adopt Oils And

Fats Recommendations

The House of Assembly yester
day passed a resolution to author
ise the Governor-in-Execut \
Committee to adopt and give ¢
fect to the recommendations
the Conference on Oils and Fi
held in Barbados from July 8 t
July 11, 1952,

Mr. M, E, Cox (LL), who move
the passing of the resolution, sa!
that quite a number of peop!
were employed in the oils and fa'
industry... Approximately $10,00
is paid towards labour given |
people who manufacture the pro-
ducts,

He said
highly important to encourage
processing and production in t!
island and begged that the re
lution be passed,

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PAGE SIX







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Scouts Hold General Meeting

MANY scouters assembled at their Headquarters,
Beckles Road, on Tuesday night for the First Annual Gen.
eral Meeting of the St. Michael-South Local Assdciation
of the Boy Scouts’ Association.

This Local Association

is responsible for six Scout

groups and each group presented a report on Tuesday

night.

The Assistant Commissioner for
the St. Michael-South Local As-
sociation, Capt. R. A. Sealy, in
presenting his report said:

One of the important events of
the year was the visit of Lord
Rowallan from 11th to 17th Feb-
tuary. Scouts of the sub-area
took part in the guard of honour
for the Chiéf Scout and the Rally
at Combermere. The Chief Scout
spoke to “@feh member of the
Movement=personally and to lay
members, ~ ls of schools, am’
the Chamb6ér. of Commerce.

His talks were impressive anc
inspiring .and his visit ha
created gréater interest in thc
Movement.

1
Lord Rowallan paid visits tu

the ist St. Michael (ist Sea
Scouts) and the 5th Bridgetown
(Bethel Group) at their Head-
quarters.

1ST CARIBBEAN

This was held in Jamaica fron
the 5th to the 17th of March.
QE UR ARQ kl Darlelad atic
U.S.A, were present. Our con-
tingent numbered 20 (7 Scouters
and 13 Scouts) of whom 10 (2
Seouters and 8 Scouts) were from
this aa. ae the host
country sup) 00 odd scouts
and Trinidad the highest over-
seas number, 71. The theme of
the Jamboree was Unity and the
symbol a lamp. It was a huge
success and a grand experience
in brotherhood. All were lou”
in their praises of the hospitality
offered by the Jamaicans and one
of the outstanding features wa:
the billeting of scouts before anc
after the Jamboree in privat<
homes.

BOB-A-JOB WEEK

The groups in the sub-aren
took part in this Campaign which
was organised by the Island Scout
Council, 100 Scouters, scouts and
cubs took part. It was highly
suceessful —- thanks to. the co-
operation of the public, The
Groups raised the sum of $416.40
out of an Island total of $1,016,

ST. GEORGE'S DAY

The Seouts took part in the
St. George’s Week celebration and
attended the service ‘at. St.
Michael's Cathedral on the 28rc
April. The Cubs attended a ser-
vice at St. Ambrose Church. The
“A” team of the 5th Bridgetown
(Bethel Group) won the potted
sports; Ist St. Michael (ist Sea
Scouts) won the Inter-Troop and
Boxing competitions. The St.
George’s Day message was read
over rediffusion by the Assistant
Commissioner,

Arrangements have been made
for 1 Scouter and 8 Scouts from
5th Bridgetown (Bethel Group)
to report at Queen's College and
a similar number 6th
Bridgetown (St. Patrick’s (R.C.)
to report at Erdiston in the event
of a hurricane. In _ ad.ition,
scouts over the age of 15 years
and who possess bieycles_ will
also assistads the Service.

SCOUTING PROGRESS

Scout Troops which have held
camps during the year under re-

view include, Ist St. Michael (1st
Sea Scouts), 2nd St. Michael
(Garrison Sea Scouts), 5th
Bridgetown (Bethel) 6th Bridge-
town (St, Patrick’s (R.C.) ) Camp
fires were also held.

The Scouts in the sub-area
have put in some good work and
at the end of the year there were
9 First Class, 37 Second Class
Seouts Nine boys were ready at
the end of the year to complete
their First Class Badge
ing the Journey. In addition,
proficiency badges were gained
during the year.

We welcome the appointment
ef Mrs. G. Hudson as Assistant

o Rally at Gravesend during June.
Cubs from other Packs in St
Michael also attended. There
were 83 cubs present.

Group Scouters have met in
Conference with the Southern
Area Commissioner and the As-
sistant Commissioner from time
o time, as well as with the Is-
land Commissioner on Empire
vay and island

the Assictant I
Commissioner for Training.

The following is the state of
the sub-area at 30th tember.
1952; « 21 Seouters, 63 Cubs, 88
Scouts, 17 Scouts, over 16 year.

GEOFFREY WILLIAMS

SIGNALLING FLAG
This inter-Troop competition
was held at Combermere on April
28 and was won by the lst Sea
Scouts. Our congratulations to
them, Bethel was runner up.
At the end of the year the fol-

lowing Groups were on the active M

list; — ,
lst St. Michael (Ist Sea

outs) ;

2nd St. Michael (Garrison Sea

Seouts);

3rd St. Michael pe Matthias) ;

5th Bridgetown (Bethel);

6th Bridgetown (St. Patrick's
(R.C.) and Pine Hill Cub Pack.

Three new Groups have ap-
plied for permission to engage in
scouting activities and their reg-
istration is under consideration.

The Assistant Commissioner
visited all the Groups in the sub-
area and was pleased with the
turn out. A report was made to the
Executive Committee. A lack of
equipment in one or two cases
was however apparent. It is
hoped that each Group will ac-
quire the basic equipment so that
the necessary training can be
earried -out. It is proposed tr
render financial assistance in, this
respect.

AREA COMMISSIONER

Mr. Aubrey Dougles-Smith was
appointed Southern Area Com
missioner with effect from the
24th May, 1952, and we welcome
this appointment,

Captain R. A. Sealy was ap-
pointed A.C, for the St. Michael-
South sub-area with effect from
the 15th January, 1962,

Local Association "

The St. Michael«South Local
Association was formed on the
12th of June, 1952, The following
office bearers were élected:—

President:—Mr. F. J. Cole, J.P.

Vice-Presidents:— Mr. H. A.
Tudor, The Hon. Dr. A..S. Cato,

M.L.C., and Mr. R. M. Cave.

Hony. Secretary:—Mr. C. B
Long.

Hony. Treasurer:— Mr. V1
deL. Carrington,

Ex, Committee :—Chairman, Mr.
F. J. Cole, Vice-Chairman, Mr
Tudor.

Hony. Secretary:—Mr. C. B

Hony. Treasurer:—Mr. V. I.
deL. Carrington.

Scouters:—Mr. A. Smith, Mr.
C. A. Patterson, Mr. C. Brath-
waite, Mr. S. Flemming, Mrs. G
Hudson.

Lay:—Mr. F. G. Godson, Mr.
L. A. Hall, Mr. R. N. Jack, Mr.

©. Norris and Mr. A. L.
Mayers.

Group Representatives:— One
from each Group.

Asst. Commissioner:— Capt.
R. A. Sealy,

Island Scout Council:—Mr. F. J.
Cole and Mr. C, A. Smith.

Auditors:—Mr. C. S. Jarvis and
Mr. L. C. Banfield.

There was a good response to
invitations to join the Association.

* Membership at the end of the

year stood at 76.

The L.A. met during August to
consider and adopt the Bye-laws.
Most of them were passed but the
section on Finances was vpost-
poned. A Committee was ap-
pointed to go into the matter 0’
Group subscriptions and_has sub
mitted its
Committee.

Executive Committee and sub-
Committees also met during the
period.

Sub-Committee

The foliowing sub-committees
were appointed by Executive.
Committee:—

Warrants and Group registra-
tions: Messrs. H. A, Tudor, A
Smith and R. N. Jack.

Finance: Messrs. F. J. Cole,
V. I. Carrington, A. L. Mayers,

rs. B. Vaughan and Mrs. G.
Hudson,

Sea Scout (Rules): Messrs.
Cc. A. Patterson and F.G. God-
son and Major R. A. Stoute, with
power to co-opt.

Applications were received from
eleven ladies and gentlemen for
warrants. Three applications
were received to start Groups at
the following places:—

St. Barnabas School—Cubs

Collymore Rock A.M.E. Church

Erdiston Model School——Scouts.

; a temporary measure ar-
vangements for examinations for
svecial proficiency badges and for
issue are made by Local Scout
Headquarters, through its Badge
Secretary.

Finances

Special thanks are due to Mi
Cole, our President, and Head of
Finance Sub-Committee for organ-
ising a Pound Sale and Social anc
handing over the sum of $95.03 tu
the Loeal Association; also to the
Pine Hill Cub Pack under Mrs.
C. Hudson, for their donation of
210.00,

The Financial Statement for the
period 12th June to 80th Septem-
ber, 1952, Ce forms an Ap-
pendix to this port shows a net
balanee to our eredit of $305.06.

General
Efforts have been made by way
ft broadeasts and through the
vress to interest the public in
scouting in general ahd as regards
this sub-area in particular. The
response has been heartening, but

Report to Executive

of course there ighoom for im-
provement and more progress.

A special word of thanks to the
Scouters with whom we are
pleased to be associated, for the
sacrifice they are making by
giving up their spare time to train
boys to be of service to the com-
munity through scouting.

Our thanks are due to the mem-
bers of the Local Association who
have assisted us during the period
and we their further
support. The Executive Commit-
tee members have done well for
the short period they have been in
office and have displayed a keen
interest in the affairs of the Scout
movement and have placed their
knowledge and ex at our
disposal. We thank them for the

services they are rendering. We 4
would also like to thank the

Auditors for their services,

We want to thank the British
Council ¢for films, etc.) the Press,
Mr. Straker (for film projector)
and all who have assisted us in
any way during the period under
~eview.

It is our intention to bring
scouting to the community and in
‘his connection it is proposed to
have demonstrations from time to
time in the sub-area.

As we meet on this historic day,
tet us remember Nelson’s famous

ignal “England expects every
man to do his duty” and take
with us into the New Year the
spirit of Nelson—Service to others.

A Scout’s duty is to be useful
and to help others.

We are grateful for what has
been done for scouting in the sub-
area, for the flame that has start-
ed in the hearts of many and we
jook forward with confidence to
the future,

Total Group subscriptions re-
ceived by the nt Com-
missioner, $t. Michael«Seuth for
the yonr, ee te eis 3
$71.45. , 9 7
$71.46 ald to Local eout Fresd.
quarters and $85.72 to LA.
‘Treasurer,



Rebels Blow Up
Dikes In Hanoi

HANOI, Oct, 28.

Flood waters from the Red
River spread on Tuesday across
ibe plains west of Hanoi as Com-
munist-led Vietminh rebels blew
up dikes to hinder French troop
movements,

French and Vietnam replace-
ments are being rushed to new
positions along the provincial
voute No, 41 in an effort to build
\\p a strong second line of defence
hack of the main outposts strung
along the south bank of the nar-
vow muddy Black River.

A spokesman for the French
high command said the rebels had
consolidated their gains sufficient-
iy in the rugged mountains that
lie between the Red and Black
Rivers to be able to launch a new
drive south into their country.
Some advanced Communist units
have already crossed the Black
River in probing raids.

Reconnaissance pilots report
that Vietminhs are massing in a
four pronged pitchfork spreading
South and est from Nghialo
key base captured in bitter fight-
ing eleven days ago.



Five-Year
Development
Plan

@ Fram Page 3

abattoir end cold storage plant
ior meat. Estimates of the cost

Committee is of the
for fish

of the information gained as a Wwalis
result or investigational work con- {+emities are mont frequently in-

the throm $
re eee ot improved meth- ¢jot) may occur subsequently in
advantage ef 2 nor pk the coronary, cerebral, or renal
ods, will be is “7 “aon the arteries. Gangerene may develop

in the extremities. In the case of
marketing side of the fishing our jate king, the curtain rose on

and modern- the classical operation for Buer-
céid “storane.. Tt e ee ger’s Disease, and the closing scene
recommended that Government % his life was enacted
should undertake the establish- CTOM4'Y artery.

ndustry is-or;
ised on the

ment and operation of an adequate
cold storage for fresh fish in the
interests of increasing food supply

ed that there should be
cold storage situated in Bridge-

. means of producing vasodilata-
town and smaller cold storage tion known to medical science.

Bilateral sympathetic ganglio-
nectomy is usually the operation |
tribution dépots in rural areas . choice in the advanced stages -

ft Oo

of Measures are indicated for im-

fresh fish. it wou fay seem Mediate vasodilatation and relief |
that cold storage and distribution from the maddening, excruciating |
ara the limiting factors in the Pim in the legs. The technique
preduction of green vegetables applied in this operation demands
and in the reduction of prices to a the highest skill that can be found
level within reach of a greater ‘"
proportion of the population, The should be proud in having sueh

, rage facili- 9 Surgeon in her midst—a true son
ties and the operation of market- f the soil.

units. in other places (first at
Speightstown and at Oistins), It
is also desirable to operate dis-

The Director has also stated
that, as in the

provision of cold

ing depots would appear to offer
the best chance of making full
use of increased local production.

the absénce of a

organisation
to be undertaken by the Gov-
ernment, The preaent unsatis-

ernment expenditure on investi-

Irrigation Loans
It is hoped that. as a result of

for which $500,0
vided, economie methods of irri-

pestents and plantations will be

chase irrigation equipment in
operative bas!

Pig Products Scheme
The Government is irvestigat-
ing the possibility of furthering

h the services of th

lo ee ee Pl pig ge have been made available
present imports as well asp ro, United States Technical
vide» products for export for eration Admii

which a market exists,
Soil Conservation
the best ex advi

serious problem of soil erosion
in the Scotland District.

It is proposed to participate in

Buergeér’s Disease or
Thrombo-Angiitis
Obliterans
By NEVILLE SCHULLER, C.D,
D.Se.

BRITISH GUIANA.
Thrombo-angiitis obliterans
ane of oblitera-

1 arteries and

of males. It was
more fully and given its

are being examined, and expert oven

advice is oe sought. hii the
Also the sharien fs tatty oo ——,
t

iarge seale cold storage facilities oan
now essential for

the 1908

pro- Actual cause is said to be un-

vision of such facilities is thesknown, but basically the disease
induced by the
nents in the b stream causing
mecessive clotting accompanied by
.nflammatory disease of the vesse)
Although the lower ex-

volved,

involves any safe
means by which an increase of

peripheral
from local sources. It is consider- }rought about. This is known as

a main 4 vasodilatation. There are several

British Guiana

On account of the ever-present
eee threat of thrombosis
Nothing, however. known Gewnere,
the economics of a form 3 ting medication whieh combines
marketing. The indications are vasodilatation are clear after ap-
that it would be expensive to in- Vlication of sane reasonin
augurate such a system; and in subject,

for esta The. Shute brothers
trib or eee Weal have qualified doctors of London Ont.
—advocate
seus an E (alpha tocopherol) in
factory diti ue tee Bosse,
conditions justify Gov in their Rospitat for cardiovas-
gating the possibilities and eco- °Ulat-renal diseases they use the
nomies of organised marketing, !@"8¢ dosage therapy of Vitamin
E for the following reasons.
1, wee E Sn og tocopherol )
resaliret is practically a food, harmless in
ch and ex a ee its application to the human body.
s been pi is It helps resolve blood vessel
gatin ant clots or prevents them.

& _ asricultural lands of a. iieige resolve sear tissue in
ined in whieh case funds .;° > vessel walls in all types |
will be uired f . of disease processes, '

req or loans to pur 4 4. Inereases collateral cireula-
mahy cases probabl es
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dilater known to science.



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Governments in the Caribbean
means of organising
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tal expenditure in

programme in connecti
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1952

Industrialists Address Trinidad’s
Chamber Of Commerce

iFrom Our Own Correspondent)

PORT OF SPAIN, Oct. 28.
At a Chamber of Commerce
luncheon this afternoon at which
H.E. the Governor, the United
Kingdom Industrialisation Mis-
sion, A. E. V. Barton, West India

Committee Secretary and Maur- this island

ice Dorman, new Colonial Secre-
tary were guests of honour,
Honourable Alan Storey, Presi-
dent took the opporBunity to re-
affirm the Chamber's confidence
in the Governor’s administra-
tion. Mr. Storey said from time
to time they had declared the
complete confidence the Chamber
had in the Governor’s adminis-
tration as Governor of the
colony. To-day they knew of
nothing that could in any way
impair that confidence and the
duty the Chamber owed him as
“Her Majesty's representative
and the Constitution of this
colony remains as staunch as
ever.”

Mr, Storey said they had read
with disquiet the attacks that
had been made on the Govern-
or’s administration in certain

quarters. They depiored the
threat that had been made added
to criticism. Then he déclared
“at a time when our young con-
stitution required the support of
all the friends of this colony (and
shortly there should be none in
who is not its friend)
we deprecate most of all that a
section of the press should for no
apparent reason undermine your
Excelléney’s authority which is
so vital a cornerstone in the
fabric of the constitution.

Mr. Lineoln Steel, Leader of the
Industrialisation Mission speaking
on the aspect of processing, in-
quired whether it would be pos-
sible to have in Trinidad ahd
possibly in Jamaica a free rt

free. It would be
Mr. Steel added if hoes =

port in
the Caribbean zone. Mr. Steel
said he would welcome business-
men’s opinions on the possibility
of such a proposal.












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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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PAGE SEYEN

Five Year Plan Presented To House \sevexo: a

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roe ag cel alien aged Neel tacetane micaie re- r by = “ae a oorciailing House Of Assenibly | THE PRICE OF PETROL ADVANCE
ical.” ber th i : Se g : ere 1
aS was however suggesting that ions, he pointed out that’ they In The House Yesterday. their promises to such people «s = Congratulate BUT YOU CAN STILL

§ consideration of the matter Would be coming with a five year carpenters, and masons, etc. who

i : 5 benefit from the Sugar y« * 4
was before them was the Plan for Capital Expenditure and The House of Assembly met a Resoluti for $11,121 in con. could ae
tural outcome” of the consti- ‘taxation at the same time, and yesterday st 3 pm. His Hon- nection with expenditure ” indies Wreterr! ~~ Dodds plantati oir Alfred Savage +
hal development which began that they would be well advised to our the Speaker informed the certain Heads. eferring to Dodds plantation 7 assiiale = ‘ »\ D R | Vy E | N S T Y L E
2 et i i ouse it he had receiv e A aleott gave notice of a : yes
6, In that year, there was let it be known generally that it > he h 3 cel ed S nat ¥ ott gave notice of ze told eee ae members w ; —_ —, a pe ll pa )
e first time in 'the history "Was the burden of his remarks | Financial, Report on. the Ac’ Revolution for $i tax wo defer tne | Government had approved the terday passed an Aaarss

: i jating the reply, congratulating His Excel-
: issi that they cous. got have schemes Soth September 1952. He had rt to Barbados. icy ae: eee : > :
ee 2 ao by = of development Pithout increased also received Statements of "The House passed un Address in School from the estate: and those lency the Governor Sir aurea
Mirties existed i: the “Binon, taxation. He had made that point Revenue and ©xpenditure for reply to His Excellency’s Messages who worked in the land should Savage on his appoinunenc
.







the + jod ended 30th _—relative to his departure from the , i en a ni a4
t those parties each had dite clear because as he had said, Satenaae ten Ga Mikey. | Beans. cna, te oabeaeee te ee B sang hg te. — New Governor of Britisn Guiana, bu:
policy and were aiming at te Government had not “out of ‘ Commissioners of the Parishes Sir Robert Arundel as Governor sapere | ; wage regretting his departure trom ine
y the blue”, suddenly decided on ef St. John, St. Philip and St. of Barbados, congretulating His Offices and Parliamentary Build- cojony before the expiration of #
a sufficient number of Kesredioes. Excellency on his appointment, ings, he said that it was essential ,,;
the Assembly to put those *®*@ton. Mr. Adams laid the following and regretting that he could not that additional office aceommods. MS. term of office.
into execution. Papers:— serve out his usual term of office 4 e a- Mr. Adams and Dr, Cummins, :
Message No. Jat fe e House passed an Address . - s 7 -or
: He neon ne a 1 20th of October,” 1952 on is saree to Dr. Bennett being with a seen te ‘an, paid tribute to the work or his
B Nothing 8: 4 point that some of the criticism to ey Te SOSMeE AS aent -DIOURE aut to. Barbades to: advise ernment proposed to erect new §x¢ellency and Laay Savaxe, :
honourable members — the fe jevelled at iis Govaiinrhant onan Se ee eee By sakeervation in the parliament buildings as haq been @%4 Said that apart from tus :
7 needed no re- would be that they had not gone House of his appointment as The House passed an Address proposed in 1989, An excellent ©xcellency’s administrative duucs
z—but if the minority who far enough and some of course Governor and Commanderin’ in reply to a message from His site was available at the East "€, and Lady Savage nad “be-
pnot members of the Labour would be that they had gone too | fer'"spstuurent’ SUSE Hobe! If ei'Batuimes ieee etter; «| end of | Government House Ce arbagians in ther atu.
would cast their minds far in some respects, Duncan Arundell, at the B.I.F. next aie grounds which would provide for tude to the common lite of unis
they would see that the de- Anyone who had even read the ECM, os 2. (Governor are The House passed a Resolution the new Legislative buildings, colony.’ Mr. Adams said he did
r-in- e! oO! authorisin, ove: -in- inet : omhainthe : arine .
as ee nee, - = Beasley Report would realise that Windward islands as his suctert Sicecutive Goibmittes Cora ens Ministerial offices, the Secretariat hot think that Barbagos cou.
he culmination of the it was a useful reminder to them sor as Governor and Command-[ give effect to the recommenda- and the Crown Law officers. This ‘8ive higher praise to a non-Bar-
which the oe ee that they had a one crop economy ervin-Chiet a ee aay Hons mete by i, Conference on would release office accommoda. badian than to say that,”
fen pursuing during the past and the extraordinary luck they eee wd n= . oe vy, MUS year tion and the existing chambe Moving the Address in Reply,
” ; t Committee. an a ostpone: ; & ee ; ;
years. had with crops for the last four es Aieol habe Tie Te. -sonden e a pompored of the Legislature ang the Pub- Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the
, — Ps i because, oe yeeta could not ~ ~ ever and Labour Welfare (Housing Loana) authorise Government to enter lie Buildings for use by Govern- House said he felt he was
e o eir enemies realis could not reasonably be expected Organisation—30th une, 1.to a new contract with Mr ment departments, expressing the general feeling, |
i had commented on it, the to last for a number of years yet. we eet ak the Dieter: oc GE Ate. watennecks ee _Under the heads, Available not only of the House of Assem-
of people who had been Statistics for the past 50 years Vital Statistics for the y The House began consideration Funds, he said that with regards bly, but of the Legislature , F 0 R L E S$ S$ P E R M LL E
Bsing or seemed to have been had shown that they had had one 1951. coat ot the Government's Five, Year to housing, it was heartburning generaliy, Civil Servants and the |
ing the Government Five drought in every three years, but 6a, Regent ee feeorinee ate ee tor the Government to decide island generality, that while they | ‘ y ;
elopment. and Taxation during the last four years, there | Offices) |. The House adjourned until at they would have to cut down were giad to hear of His Excel- | You can’t beat the economy of the Hillman Minx unless _.
not seem to remember oa Svea cx a Mr. Adams gave notice 4 p.m. to-day, capital expenditure and rely lency’s promotion, yet they gen- See .
ey ha ng a me go’ a‘

more on the Labour Welfare uinely regretted ‘his having io/ you're willin ; on +e marae
: g to sacrifice the brilliant performance of
ELabour Party had three a atone teat nee ee een allegations had prevented them Fund recently startled him by not i did not consider [°#¥@ before the end of his usual | ” ; :
cppeell a pre CE mad e long time, was such that they from studying the memorandum even knowing that the revenue Yt °the housing problem could “t™ Of office. Considering how the Hillman Engine and the luxurious fe ce :
tly pursued them by aim “oad to be reminded that in properly, to go through the mem- Equalisation Fund needed not to be aivel in THe building of UCM he and Lady Savage had | ens e¢ luxurious comfort of . P
= ial reform ne mpg Shere schemes of development, they had randum and draw attention to go on in any year at all. They ), uses under Capital Dotintates Gone for the island, , ‘ N
of = Ne oo : the only sugar on which to fall back, the order of schemes set out might draw part of it at any time. \ ith’ the means aT its disposal, *~~*** ae | Hillman appointments. Moreover, it’s satisfying to’.
Desens ne ite ouiiaar The They therefore on that first read- jthere on the proposals of the When it was said that they were ; " * ab ax.

One Thing Apart
: ; and the Housing Board was ex- ne Thing Apart
fy had steadily pursued that 198 of the Beasley Report, might Government so that they would taking money that could be used mining tcothice iar providing

t , drive a car that makes everyo admire i
‘d it was only as a Well have allowed a feeling of de- see that it was on the pattern of to build schools, etc, and invested Cheaper houses, Capital. ex. . L there was one thing apart makes everyone turn to admire its

bg, ¢ se to pad the Pression that the money was not policy set out in the party's it abroad, that was the law. yenditure of $530,000 was ine /!0m his administrative duty that | vine : s

Dn a ena Fiscal Waves there as far as they could see for manifesto as a result of which Therefore the Revenue Equalisa~ ¢luded in the Fertatiwee and Barbadians would always remem- | smart lines and fleetness, and who wouldn't be satisfied

; all the schemes they would like to they gained a majority at the last tion Fund was only like a house- {) . 5 sing ber His Excellency by, it was |

{ ereere Nye in bli re see carried into execution for five lection. een keeper putting aside extra money soees whee toe ee hontite hans the fact that he, in truth and in |
ne before . ee Y Semr years. Nevertheless, they had in They had referred to the in anticipation of any possible Funds”. There was also the tact, and Lady Savage became |
aeelature with a Five the report data on which to draw a Revenue .Equalisation Fund and mishaps. Organisation for housing from Barbadians in their attitude to | from every tankfut of petrol
constantly before the oooh it was a part of the policy which Another form of criticism was Labour Welfare Funds, which it the common life of the colony. | y tankrul of petrol.
y nor optimistic as to what revenue they had been pursuing for the what provision had been made was expected would expend He did not think that Barba-

Srneal 4a debone teittcaiaa, + tetioll of bee telee to ger exc’ last few years and only fore- for getting money from those who about $3,500,000 on housing dur- dos could give higher praise to
ly because, even within. fore what expenditure they were shadowed what they were doing would benefit from the scheme— ing the period. a non-Barbadian than. to say

when he knows that he is getting so much extra mileage



g in the memorandum, that was tu posterity, and where was the pro- ead that, Oe atl
Dygtiegt hemoer patie aus een Sie say, that with the increased price vision for big loans. It would Sanitorium He thought West naians |
that the Government of from heads of departments to do Of sugar, it had become necessary hurt their vanity to be told as Medina tM Sious: ites - paches should be glad that His Excel-

y had out of the back of its for five years what they would do to avoid at all costs ever think- Barbadians that the chances at, ¥arily one of the things that was [¢@¢y’s ability would not be lost

"suddenly thought out schemes every year for one year. They got ing of a retrenchment plan. present of Barbados receiving big: * aber t

; a the area as a whole
1 Lod . the head of the priority list, ‘° .
ch. i tes of the neces- He knew that Government loans on the jon market were Gq Ca ‘ ; Or. HB. ' G.-C ins, sec vl fl
fling . Five Yea Plan, al- Ke Seomndtice and in addition, since the war when they started hot rosy and would not be rosy Gevernment were not unmindful Peat aan ee!







































































‘ a. ee ig the motion for the pa ig oO 2} .
if some of the schemes in the case of those departments to increase the rates of income Until the good name of Barbados 9! the need oor as ue iddress, which teu: Pen be es ya mse sein LUGGAGE ACCOMMODATION
ing out of the blue, on wear ey oe aaeeen ne were always met with the cry: Sena, tn ae eee oe rt Scheme was under investigation. “The House of Assembly have} “panoramic. A lussved setae, elaine 4 An extra large luggage compartment caters
orn, al ne oe rien you are budgeting for more than Would serve bo useful purpose: if Members would remember how thé honour to acknowledge with | pillats to be set well back, together with a tow gigas iri es Pint
ee pare weepeats what trot a thelr technical point Zt On Sas Sher were see he said anything more than that, 2 house had been burnt down in thanks Your Excellency's Mes- | soouneae’ od al ued tela be vielen, position by a selflocking stay,
invited honourable members What, from ‘ + sary (lat over dnd over again and * Black Rock when the suggestion Sages No, 22/52. and No, 29/52, S*?onally Beod albround Held of vision ’ ‘
public who might not have of view, was the best or necessary their answer was that nothing Deep Water Harbour arose for making that house a notifying the honourable House

i the ques- . se f f
et, to take proposals methods of approaching was going to make them lower Except for a deep water sanitorium, so afraid were people of your appointment as Governo:
# si the Memorandum, tion of productive development. the rate of income tax so long harbour, there was no immediate i Pp your apy is Governo

C at the idea of such a place being and Commander-in-Chiet of ii a a Z ri] y»\ i
take the last published Not Commonsense as outstanding things remained Project that called for a big loan near them. However, in all their British

i Guiana, as successor t
me of we Foulsy KPa They could not propose to take to be done—social reforms to be Plan. They had set aside one considerations, they'had to use Sir Charles Woolley, K.C.M.G.
Party, and look a em

\ build carried out. That was govern- Million dollars for a Development the available land, and the ¢ ntment of §
y side. Then they would see pene ct ta Rea in the ment’s policy all along. Board to go into schemes and it Members doubtless remember- Robert een i. Ve oe nm a Re > <

by Dunean Arundell
the memorandum which he West Indies or build a secondary He had never made a budget Might be that those schemes ed the recent changes at the K.C.M.G., O.B.E., as Governor
jutting before the House for schout in every parish, That would speech without reminding hon- Might necessitate loans, but it was hospital. They had other pro- and Commander-in-Chief of ware
proval, was the Govern- not be commonsens®, especially ourable members and the public 2° good their starting there in posals being examined by the

Sele one a oa SALOON « CONVERTIBLE COUPE - ES’
expression on the floor of NOt De, commu several other generally of that and it would little Barbados without resources Advisory Board of the hospital ated is Your Excellency’s TIBLE COUPE: ESTATE CAR
se for ye eee = things to be looked after. 1d see TeMain the policy of the Gov- Oe re ae pee Sek Se eee = ra The House, while regretting entiation
anitesto put before. the unt tee take Of eee aavelap: => ists, they were going to omiae acquiring of more beds. Your Excellency's departure from
just befdte the last elec- wal t sala apart from Capital Income Tax on a cement factory or something Referring to the Head Educa- ‘8 island, beg to congratulate
F Expenditure ‘was food production. Members would see when they of the sort. Therefore, honour- tion, he said that the department Y°Ur Excellency on your promo- )
M@rhaps he should first say that ‘They had put up as necessary came to See Income Tax able members would ‘see that cstimate of the cost of erecting lem, and wish, for Your Excel-
) Government came to power schemes on the forefront, the ex- Proposals in detail that, while Gov- there was no specific sum of @-building for use as a technical Mcy and Lady Savage, “Good * .

t were not a ing and Fortune in the Years to Come,”

smises, some of which were tension of the water resources for ernmen Fst money by way of loans for an- college was $204,400 and the c » Come, } j

. wt nst had never agreed with those who si i cy

fae i Heer ous Trigation, 0.08 to Droviight’ and Said they ‘were not -rpping™ in PETE ey Lomad tant when they: licasl trelning entientod the eet mannnnnaciaiaelemeetisae estos PISTRIUTORS
. embarked by the $e Snable them to extend the enough people, or that the top S te ahton sie callleeddiiens sattectiomaent .

ns, embarked on by t maybe, ena tion as such as dis- brackets were too heavily taxed, started to raise six million dollars of equipment at $80.000. The would be silly to spend any sub-

tive since 1946, me oe o me — = sugar production in and remembering all the time that which would be provided from maximum annual recurrent cost stantial amount.

th were things in the o ne ne on rovide from their own it was a one crop economy, they 10ans, that the local people who was estimated at $47,400. The He said that they were not sat-

. sted oS veatduees mvhicht resouattien wore of the food which had in order to find the money had money would see that they maximum capital expenditure isfied that they were getting their

pted, a 7

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over a period of five years—it was owed a duty to their country to which it had been possible to in- money's worth from the Depart-
y could not attempt until they the Coenen ae ee sicen the what they had satlickes an aver- invest in local schemes. elude for that project was $200,000, ment of Highways and Transport. =
before them the Fiscal Sur- In ma en ut up to them for age crop of 150,000 tons could He knew that a socialist goveyn- and the recurrent expenditure had Under Labour Welfare Funds,
s oat 1 thing as re ent, a srakte mem- sStand—to spread taxation in an- ment being in power, t@rrified been placed at $40,000. he said “I hope all Honourable
he m genera n, - ,

j illion the tax on the poor man’s rum mire their consistency, but hardly be misunderstood when he said Whatever of ever being cajoled
} that five years was a reason-~ tasks they pat Ey eee and tobacco was increased, and ‘their wisdom. They also en- that owing to the super-exports into anything that is going to
eae Ack She = i oe og lita th agar: AA did not say the argument used that they could visaged six million dollars from they had given as much attention Giminish the chances of our
ent, and a reasonable time in e .

? 1 x
eh 1 ticular G they could budget for more than not deprive the’ poor man of loan funds, six apd a half million and consideration to what they building up a_ terrifically high c. F. HARRISON A Co.
to plan a particular Gov-

h dir . . . : . ® .
being a Five Y Plan bers would see from the figures other ection. some people. If they were still in ~ He said he would assure the members will realise that this 7"

Pate in stein, ae the. = sy dh what He recalled the first time when that frame of mind, one could ad- House and hoped he would not Government have no intention 00 r ¢ ar men
that in most countries, it was given in the memo VL.













j jthese items. But he had had to from funds at present available. should do about education. Most Labour Welfare Fund. I throw
iment’s policy. ee vor i inlay a geen remind the Senior Member for St. The Memorandum of the criticisms made on educa- OUt the suggestion to factory
Ge or So se qnaee inset — them. and in many Philip that particular year that Mr, Adams then referred in de- ‘ion were utterly undeserving. QWhers who may have ideas in
were - ’



ne i shi their heads that they are not going ’

1 Soviet Russia, of all people, were tail to the memorandum. Under From figures reaching him from A Astaro g :
al with the Government for = cases, ate hae ee rand increasing taxes on Vodka and proposals for Capital Expenditure, the Education Office on tests etc., to go phe ith the oulene agreement §
wing Marshal Stalin’s examp i picture, til after months of work, tobacco. Such things were not he spoke on the head: Loan Funds "° 84W no reason to despair, The {Hat they ane te on a nach

PYRE ccs on ts enka en devolved what they felt to food, but luxuries, and it was — Barbados Development Board, percentage in illiteracy in groups Der gi ae ee

yed with them for planning a scheme as any Government situ- Party that it was their intention mote the development of industries Years.’ Actually, he got more POtce, unofficially, that whole- |

4 ‘ sufficient.” \ \
i : sking the Written down in black and white He quoted from the memorandum ive to hine had gone down during ad come sovernment’s CHRISTMAS CARDS BARLY \
Bt in 20 tar ae tit” ecaly he Wide Wo believe tobe as food in the manifesto of the Labour saying that to encourage and pro- ‘i petiod of the last five to six ,,,,t nad come to Government’s| e
g ? sale dealers were taking advan- i

years ahead and not merely fated as they were could provide. to tax spirituous liquors. That jn the island, it was proposed to ‘literate letters from grown-ups



‘was made clear to the poor man t Board the li fthe ‘®an from children sage of ~*< situation ge nee ¥
nha ) set up a Board on the lines o = “oe ' ; to rum, but he would say tha = rer ‘
| walbmae General Agreement in their manifesto, and the Party Industrial Development Corpora- As to roads, he would anticipate anyone caught doing that would A FEW BOOK TITLES :—

: his colleague and the Senior mem- . »as
; after all, a general was returned with a majority. tion which had been recently " not get off easily, ree ETE C :
AG Resse Sa li the needs of Bar- He said that his Government established in Jamaica, The Board er for St. Andrew by saying that at this Stage the dinner ad- a Oe con ee
- If honourable members would agreement as to the ‘hey had to wait until th ert ; CHAMPIONSHIP BRIDGE
bear in ming steps taken in re- bados. The Conservatives in the had not broken faith with any- would encourage the expansion oy A , the exp! journment was taken, and on COMPLETE FORTUNE ‘TELLING
ent years in the legislature, they island like the Conservatives in body. They were eliminating and development of existing in- 2*Tived to advise them on the the resumption Mr, Adams con- COMPLETE CANASTA
ould find that all shades of Great Britain, went to the elec- duties on food in so far as they dustries and overseas investments °©St way of handling the type of tinued his address. Mr, A. B, S THE ROYAL FAMILY
‘opinion have agreed on the ne- orate saying, “why all this fuss, could do, and to make up for it in industries in the island to be '@"d in those districts. Until the Lewis (L) next spoke, and the ROYALTY ANNUAL
eeesity: for on up the haphaz- we are all for social reforms, the ‘they were putting extra duties on welcomed and assisted. ffe point- °Xpert had given his advice, it House was adjourned until today.
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TROPICAL BIRDS: (A BATSFORD COLOUR BOOK) 3
"ard methods of the past 300 years only difference in policy being the um and other ve go ed out that the Board would ad- — 7 ee eae ee tr FRANZ VON PAPEN MEMOIRS t
-and adopting a means whereby question of nationalisation.” _ He wanted to ee a ae vise the Government in regard to #.B.C. Radio Notes STEAMBOAT GOTHIC; Francis Parkinson Keyes 2
‘they were not merely guessing. ~ wr, Adams said that he took it land the public generally that the jegislation for the encouragement THE CHALLENGE ; Phyllis Bottome 3
He thought it was only fair to that ‘any Government in power Government had done no more of industries and reminded mem- THE THURBER ALBUM
© the Junior Member for St. An- would have had before it certain than it said it would do before it bers of the group of industrialists Ti PRIVATE ARMY ; “POPSKI” 3
drew to mention that he pressed things for it to do such as better got the votes of the people of the who were soon to visit Barbados. LORD VER ON WINDOM'S WAY: Ramsey Allman ‘
' Government to appoint a Fin- \oter supplies, therefore irriga- country, He said that his colleague ’ OXFORD BOOKS — MANY TITLES .
ancial Secretary because they tion, more food crops, more en~ If members would really critical- would be glad to know that they
went into the House with Budg- (ouyragement for peasants and fou ly read the memorandum side by had gone into the question of iN 5 K A IR
ets which had no relation to a gcnermen etc. if they aimed at side with the Labour Party’s motor tractors, but there would ‘
fixed policy or plan of taxation, increasing food prod§ction. Any Manifesto, they would see that the be some snags. While the Gov- WRITING PAPER IN SETS, CASES OR PADS :
and a number of Supplementary Gove ent would have to make memorandum was written in the ernment could not charge high —7o-morrow Evening PERSONAL OFFICE AND DESK DIARIES FOR 1953 ;
Estimates during the year. No- the basis of a scheme for a five the light of the manifesto, They prices, they still could not make

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body knew whether some Heads year development plan, the in- would see that the memorandum it a drain upon the Treasury by

N : 1 i ; ic .. Since the middle of August the begin to fade and to et the! :
Adm ressed j ood prod was based on the manifesto, allowing it to be an uneconomic ; , ; le anc mee

cai for something, ‘ahd. got oo food production in Wie could think only of one or scheme, Government therefore PC bas. been broadcasting a situdtion the BBC is now bringing :

his way, more than another Head Oe eee their selections cer- may be two outstanding promises was satisfied with the scheme °*471°s of programmes describing on the 49 metre transmission to | :

‘ A Day in the Life of .. mi- this earlier th 1 rC-
suggested by the Director of y e pro| area earlier than usual, Effe
ae oS coned the tain Suna, bas a ibe Sema Unaae mad if tae in aoe Agriculture. y o" nent officials, To-morrow this tive from Sunday, 26th Octobe:
He would ask the forebearance eg svandined anything: only oil tomorrow, they would be wn me here Femina honour- fake Clad oe Gas Ge - uN tte ber faewantace’ |
of the House to quote himself— | nt there were undertaken. He felt that no able members that you are not ar NA MAINS ee ee) ae Ie Be FOL |
an atrocious thing to do—on £ scosie un tae before such single country could normally going to be asked to vote any- ag sata the West ne !
what he said on the floor of the Pi" "s a Government Printing plan five years ahead, and hope thing tonight. Everything has to Indi Sir Arth fk: oath aes 4.00 to 6.00 p.m.-—-25.53 metres
House at the time of the last } on As between more beds at not to have modifications. Russia Come as a separate item and it is me, oe Se Arthur Bicharty: WHO ; mines
he felt that the time .

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budget; that the Hospital and a Government had had to change and change her UP to the House to say: you “@S8 Governor of Jamaica in_the megacycles

roe

rm ‘ ” 1 il- 6.00 ’ MB). 32 Ps,
had come to abandon the ad ne Printing’ Press, nobody could plan as time went on, not because brought this down too quickly. With tha” tan ene a — 3 deca 32 metres,
methods of sending down 6 " it was a Communist country, but Ni iji 6.00 to 11.00 2.mM.—49.71
budget, and adopt a budget for a hesitate. because they were a country of Housing Loans oe, Gants and Fir res 35 Oe
long period. Cut By Half human beings and any country , He said that they were agreo- ind left Jamaica to become Gov- BB geran 6.08 megacycies ‘i
Appropriate nett 4 housing, Mr. might find circumstances altering, "8 to the principle that the \/%0r roe Ears esha te Gattny ine Waet’ Indika eee
iate that he re- On the question of how » Mr. e ei » items were those which needed North Borneo he had spent many Calling th es ndies pro- FOR THE RAINY SEASON
It was appropriate iq Adams said honourable members and they would have to alter. priority. years in Malaya, Hig experience grammes between 7.15 and 7.46 We g ly ¥ sit}
members of what he said ould realise that he spoke with Government had endeavoured to the question of loans for °f the subject of representing and p.m. daily will now be broadcast e Can Supply Tou win...

in March of ‘this year, and he some feeling when schemes for the best of their ability so to plan ena

itici : . administeri British ‘Colonies is in the 31 and 49 metre bands 7
would anticipate such criticisms had been cut down by, in order to provide against fore- pire, tt, DOS be i cedale esicemsly Wide and, {4 The BNO engineers who are ban-
ight be levelleg at the Gov- housing n ther ble difficulties. alterati d thought it was rather amazing t e aa aH ; ; . ro
. ‘when he will have sat half and even again by ano’ seeable difficulties, alterations and that all along in the past, the fbably unrivalled. Over a period tinually trying to improve. recep-
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half. For a particular kind of circumstances. It was not true ‘wer -e of some forty years in the Colo- tion which is not always good at
down, on the taxation pro) ful housing scheme, Government felt to say that Govérnment were mak- ae aod teak tae ot ae nies Lord Milverton has seen many this time of the year will be very
He had been extremely carefu that on the whole, it was better ing no provision against possible top. Since they had come along progressive changes in the. field grateful for comments on recep-
to ee ee er gen ear Shas as they would see when they came calamity, They had gone much with a plan to assist civil ser- © colonial administration dhd in tion of BBC programmes, These
again a e time s

Speech that’ they could to deal with the memorandum further in making provision yants in housing, he was hear- "is forthcoming talk he asks to be should be sent to The BBC, P.O.
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Budget eech ts. that More closely, to swell the labour against possible calamity. Most jng: “Why put aside money fox forgiven if, in this one talk, he E ve, Ma Kingston, Jamaica, AT ABA Se Gauge 26 Gauge 24.Genle
not get social ay ae By r welfare fund and to allow people countries provided for the greater ciyil-servants, why not purely Unable to cover all the widely B ’ k’s ss $3.00 a $4.00 :
they could not get a Five ‘ion, to do their own construction, percentage of their income to re- for the poor?” varying fynctions which fal] to The Week's Music 6 feet TONG oo... ccc oe FS. ;
Plan without increased eee He said that Government was main in their general revenue He said that civil servants “iovernors in Colonies which oe. ahetuces in BEC musical re 4.50 :

me oe ae ie the 1 ub- ‘aot going back on its housing balance than the present govern- would include the police, plumb- '" very different stages of devel- casts in the coming week are tht T feet LOG... ox PT. ” :
ment had all along to seh the programme but iit felt that a lot ment were providing. He said ers at the waterworks, etc, It opment, His talk will last for following worthy of special men- $4.80 5.40 ;
lic of Barbados to Lg ‘o and more money should be used by that by way of answering critic- was of course obvious that the fifteen minutes beginning at 10.15 tion: at 9.00 p.m. on Sunday 26th. 1 8 feet long... _ : t
powss Soe mas nm any- the people on their own house isms that “you had too much sum of $500,000 would not go far 9-™m. on Thursday, 30th October, ‘Tuesday, 28th and Friday aoe . _ : 30c. per Ib. nett. ‘
so; they had never hi aa they construction. They would still money in the Treasury, why don’t if people were going to build the @nd will be broadcast in the 49 respectively—(1) British Concer GALVANISED NAILS « seeecnsecesaan . . *
tune wo Se on ee a time build houses but not is they had you spend it?” bungalow type of house that metre band, 6.035 megacycles iy Hall with the Royal Philharmonic — AT — :
were careful from aa 7 ian started on a big way as at Government wanted to put be- would cost £2,000. If they were #he direct beam tq of and 1} , Orchestra conducted by — Sir . °
to give reminders or their p Tacos Rand, fore members what they honestly only goiny to give persons in the #d 6.195 megacyc ae mm, mn Thomas Beecham (2) three cont HARDWARE Co Ut
i t he had point- It was the result of long and felt was the result of careful higher ‘grade, then it would be Beams to otal ich taey one, ee ies oe (3) Veg °

ee Seeetes bad “s ch and hard continuous work that they calculation, and reasonable gov- a very long time before every- America respectively w in ane composer Hector vie ipicwad ee

= =e. esse. that had devolved the particular ernment would do in making the body could be served. They had give better reception than Ring up the Curtain with excer}

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i cin rs from ‘Veronique’ and ‘Monsieur (THE HOUSE
; schemes set out in the memoran- provision they had made for ex- the mefit of seeing how the direct be am, ; m ‘Veronique’ " eu | na pM 3 is) ik
it was necessary to come to _ —— proposed and he thought pendtiniee:. ” Trinidad Loans had worked and Wavelength Changes Beaucaire’ by. Mi ger wi Con No. 16, Swan Street Pusan tie
ree — ene "4+ would probably help some — One of the greatest critics of the Would therefore gain from that As the evenings get shorter the poser of the Week’ at 8.30 p.n

apita xpenditure and ) W

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nnurable members whose othe "6: on he Eaqualisati experience shorter wavelengths from London dally v :
atten. Government had done hon ible members whose other Government on the Equalisation P y's 5 anh



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ered hana pia ~iythemetmpinsionanmnciansiontontsntnenntets’ {ithietlbibdintememnideapangetamteiieie ss
i = LAND-—4250 ». ft. situate at Laynes a |
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a DIED -_ 6 io | ro SA area residence all modern Le atten
HOWARD—The death occurred of James available. Apply to A. R. BROWNE
William St. Clair Howard on October | A 28.10.5240 |
Mth ot Maimondes Hospital, Brooklyn. UTOMOTIVE Sg SHARES — 383 shares in The Barbados |
Muriel Howard, Ura Howard CAR—One Citroen, done 10,000 Miles, | Shipping & Trading Co. Lid App.y IK }
® , pir € e Cottle, Catford “&° Ne 7. t A
29.10.52-—1n ey loes ta i. Agey Hagan & | Street, iideupen i’ » A teh By A, S. HOP. INSON | TRAFFIC
pr 26.10. 52—3n. 29.10. 52—6n :
IN MEMORIAM __| “GinAsmin acre aon Dam pg | FUE CARDEN TOUSE —Counary| 1 lve algeady had occasion % their places. ‘The second infiu-
JONES—In loving memory of Margaret|1n perfect order. Apply Redman & | Road, St. Michag. | standing on 4 Acres,| point out where how soc ence which determines his ¢
Ann Jones. who died on the 20h of /Vaylor's Garage Lid. Phone 4435 Ehast SS beches of land. Apply, in the British West Indies is tude towards his fellow students In Carlisle Bay
—. from us but leaving memories eet p 26.10. 58—7n merely ae up o strata as _ ease Seen which he — Schooners:— Philip H Davidson.
Death can fever take away. CAR—Packard 8 cylinder. Unused society “norma. phe’ ma’ is really much mor ; , oe
Ever to be remembered “by Viglet, {since return from garage after com- countries s is, that is inf important effect the | pigrence Emmanuel. Mary M. Lewis
po! in among D'Ortac, Lady Noeleen, Lad:
Senta, Laue Rat hhaneet [hie mere With new! Cylinder Sad. the very rich and the more or much more formhal than men. The | Frances W. Confident, 1.0, aailry
Winston (Grandchildren). * ama ee ee Comtsionne af weet iat am Mat, less comfortably well off and the way this makes him act is Harist Whittaker, © Maodaity 1
ae Bo J0 19.10.5260. |Central Station on Monday next the ard} MOre or less starving, But also familiar enough and unpleasant| ““ieter Vemeleo? B. Radar
SEeEEeGeeneeeene j = % = . : - .
ROBERTS—In lov memory of my | PICK-UP — Ford V8 in good condi: November at 2 pan. (1) Ford Van, (1) | into Tyinidadians, Grenadians, enough for it not to be examined
sin tens Ctatane” ‘cmon lice we cos tyres. Mastin’ Dporly | Valaeette, Motor Cycle. fh) Meceing Gm. Dominicans, Jamaicans, St. Lu- here. And the third influence ae. Dean” vee
Se ten? ft asleep on the Mim {a Co.. Lag. %8.10.88—3n. | several Bicycle’ frames ond many other clans and Barbadians; this deci- which shapes his mental outlook | Jamaica undes F. Prigent. Son |
“Sleep on dgar one you: task ic over! MECHANICAL |" _—swancy a. scorr sion itself being further compli- is, of course, the racial groupj “igned to RM. Jones & Co. Lad ROYAL NETHERLANDS
Your paving | andp can toll no more. | in Govt.’ Alssllandes Sisistet a" cated by another one, namely (or, more likely, groups) to} 4° ee aoe tons, from Lon-
Sol tek tee nat claal teat: | “CLAWS Gan G0 Sppemtens. ‘Anal #.10.52—en,/ that. into Chinese and Indians which he belongs. Consigned to Da Conta & Co. Ltd | STEAMSHIP CO
Ever remembered by Syneatha Roberts, ale from, Gteck in cartiage | ee jand Europeans (whites) and When he comes from one of| Schooner Lady Steadfast, 56 tons, from | .
(Wife) and the family. aa ee eae wm" LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE negroes and Aboriginal Indians. the cosmopolitan colonies, his|$*,, uel under Captain L.A a. ‘os. GABING Ro
-62—In. i ro ‘aie , numerous shades iace type does not tend to have] Association ‘M.S. NESTOR, - ovempber. im.
ANN OUNCEMENTS f 187 — $325.00 snoghesee eae Sheen ah =e that’ can be arrived at by blend> an unpleasant effect upon his DEPARTURES 38. SOMKOOP, Stel Neca’ Tals
| fnauities, to |S. P. Musson, Son & Co, | of Liquor’ License No. 17 of 1982|ing these principal elements if attitude, as is to be ie hE, Teter SAILING TO EUROPE
Oe eee eee 38.9:08—+.t.n. | Scent ng 2 LA Ge in xe) various ways. I have also already from fhe conditions For Grenada : SAILING RO TRINIDAD. ©, LRIBO
Do your Xmas Shopping in comfort at —-—--| attached to her residence st Beckler|POimted out that in the more cos-':bove. But all the colonies in the| Scbooner Gita M : ae ioe a, Antigua, Montserrat
Ge Mazsaty Git: hop, where you wil LIVESTOCK Koad. St, Michael, for permission to) mopolitan countries, British Guie Lritish Caribbean area are not | Ms. BONAIRE. 20th October, 1962. SE. Bae Mins Prides
Pe 2 , . u 8 quor mse at a ‘ i ‘ : ‘ vi STENTOR, 1962 . .
find gifts for the ae a. ib; Br ALF — One Guernsey Helfer Calt|°0den shop attached to residence at ana, Trinidad or Jamaica for!cosmopolitan, and it is here that Seawell M 3. == aa ee, | Novem
friends old and new. Opening Oct. Sist. | Pine Strain, Hill's Dairy Form, Dial e eee Christ Church within}€xample, these different races the trouble begins, A talk with M.S. NESTOR, 28th Noveraber, 1952 B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
9 — 12.30 a.m. & 4 to 6.30 p.m. 3723. strict manage to get along together undergraduates who have been ARRIVALS By B.W.1.A SAMLING TO TRINID ASSOCIATION (INC.)
26.10.52—2n 29, 10, S2~mn.| Dated this 21th day of Ostober, 1858] without too much friction t the U.C.W.I. for a few years} Pm ANTIGUA | ae Rk Consignes Ebene 40¢1
Satara? aie a CYNTHIA KING ‘ . find it possible to work and ae oden “ets you” Sane that ‘eer H, Jeftrey, C Tettres? aa M s MESTLA. 10th Sevmie 1963. wee
res . é &s ' . : , EB. ti . .s. ” . -
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS N'B—This application will be and live with one another wit generally find the Barbadians the| Prem PUERTO Rico. ener M.S. BOSKOOP, 8th December, 1952.
. — | sidered at a Licensing Court to be . ; : a OCTOBER 27, 1952 5S. P. MUSSON, SON @ CO. LTD.,
ANTIQUES — Of every description.| at Police Court District “A” on out having to commit murdef most lofty and snobbish and anti-, 5 Warq mM j Agente
jeestanteconastendemen Glass, China, old Jewels, One Silver|the 7th day of Movember, 1952, (too often) ti iots and social of all the islanders. This DP ale pmellh bo SS. AE -
Watercolours.’ Barty Wothke’ Mane, Autor | Cotas ain er b or stir up riots am socia. a e i ls Hewitt, C. Burnett C. Jones, W. Allan,
HOUSES graphs etc., at Gorringes ‘Antique Shop| Magistrate, District. “A. r defend themselves against ong jis, of course, partly due to the|@ Lovell, G. Jones, A. MeFaden, L.| g.
A SHOP Wi Ghunch Suect Spognis- | olming Royal Yacht club. 29.10.6a—1n,|2nother with actual violenc@®'pronounced English influence in Yauaren, 1. evade > ee ,
town, opposite the Church. Suitable for} 8 2 8—t-E, | though in those less fortunate that island: the English, while| Clarke, N. wilson” ee





Dry Goods Store ete. Apply upstairs to} cy A : countries the typical example no a -social,
Miss C. Chandler 25.10.52—3n. | iatcn “Brosh etock Piast Magic Choco-} PADOST & FOUND [teing Barbados, whene there are tend oh Seuted aa retitent. we . ee

“wLAT & HOUSE — fully furpuhed, and 1% Ib. Boxes. Bruce Weatherhead only two main race groups, the But the greater part of the well} E. Richards, C. Chow, J. Thomas,



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St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3503 RM id nt nin LOST ‘black’ and the ‘white’, with a known Barbadian attitude is due|S. Browne, S. Chan Sing, D. Joseph, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
8 | SOP ERS TieRSOL uveRRAYG mn-| —___LOST __|sinall percentage of mixtures, the 0. the racial” grouping to be| M+ Sigman. Chanter aulkner
FLAT —One furnished Fiat, garage and | Coceroian” igath 10. Filles, Mosquitoes,| “SWeEPSTAKE TICKET Sere _u. |ODly terms on which these people found in the island. And the|M. Faulkner, R. Faulkner. Vessel From Leaves Due
servants room. Folkstone Dover, vacant| Stores in twe ae eauing) 9281. Finder please return same to Leon |{find it possible to *tolerate ‘Trinidadian, who ak tends to
in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz. , : each an, ways Barbados
arom ist_November Dial 8666 or apply: | $2.18 Hurley, Boscobel, St. Peter. 29.10.52—in |Otber at all is that they must not be gay and uproarious, does not | jo, DePARrupas By BWLA S.S. “SUCCESSOR” Newport and
5 10.5 Br ‘ 5 ° , IDAD: me
m Fla 10.52 | oe a. 10. 5o—| ——_—-——“ |speak to each other ‘except easily take to the Barbadian OCTOBER 27, 1952 a Liverpool 16th Oct. 31st Oct.
SCAFELL—Fully furnished, situate at| }RUIT-Grape Fruit ...... Be. each business matters and even thed with his inclination to be stand-| Moore, C. Johnson, F. Huggins, S.S. “HERDSMAN” .. Liverpool 25th Oct. Ith Nov.
Station House Hill, St. Philip, within 2 : , ° La k < ; 7 ‘ iti S. Mitchell, % Mitchei, J. Caron, A.| S.S. “TEMPLE BAR”
filles of the Lodge School Yor further | Oranges ‘ ae, estion oO n such curt and brusque tones Offish and his disposition to form Borges, R. Borges, J. Rae, D. Roeti, O|| ig’ « ~; .. London 26th Oct. 8th Nov.
particulars apply to Messrs, Cottle Cat. ', vgn pangerines . 2. uggs that sno outsider would be so ‘social cliques wherever he goes. | Dowding, E wading, P. Greig, G S. “WAYFARER' .. Glasgow and
ford & Co., No. 17, High Street, Bridge. )"' P®UCE WEATHERHEAD eH hts . silly as to think that they had } Cumming, M. Jeremy, G. Litchfield Liverpool 5th Nov. 17th Nov.
EE lS oy verry ey Discourage jhe smallest bit of cordial teel~ «dian will have to take to the)?" TRINIDAD: "HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
UNFURNI: ‘LAT on sea, Welches, | pr ASCALL > ERY — Fresh ing towards each other, 7 : . OCTOBER 28, 1 .
Christ PecatGn. thee paiaiie a eras? oho Giecese ae Bie et he e in the ccenameanaie wouencoal sarbedion 4 Tie st the wiver~ V_ Shiee, Padmore, D. Donovan,
Zoom, Sarage. all modern conveniences. | Tins, Bruce Weatherhead Lid. I ants where relations =.are».more “!'Y is to be pleasant. And he): chose 2 monies, Sk. lemons Veunel For Closes in
, ados Furniture pncyer. ai iy Se 24.10. 52-—3n mimiugr friendly and there.is more iater- v. 2 44 _ to the Sephienn S daeeed: a. Monet “7: stem SS. “KALLADA” pies Se
evening Silane ian eepe PLASTIC marriage, the rez . . ne renadian and C. O'Neal, E. Sonneman, C. Gonzalez epi * Ov.
; tale eae Fas a ie ‘ BIRMINGHAM. said to understand aera Perit Guianese too. They are|D. Gonvalez, J. Barnes, C. Maynard For further information apply to
PERSONAL Raincoats $8.60 each, Children’s Plastic] Counter propaganda measures] very clearly and in actual fact *',"wman beings living together DA COSTA & CO. LTD
; Bene an @ ee The Modern | have been suggested in Birming- some of the elements are ghnow. pnd pursuing the same object { ° pare Agents
Sener ares el eta eae res TOUS ROPES: ETGNG Senge 20.40 hea ham to discourage Jamaicans ingly prone to revert to a wae together. If they are natural | MAIL NOTICES |
giving Poredit to my wile REBECCA | —————— —_ a |coming to this country with|of political nationalism, remind- ee te hae ee | 1 1
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anyone else contracting any debt or | 4ttiving in Barbados by Air only a few 7 ; val ‘ ‘ ;
Jaye afte: Greater Birmingham Employ- i best pow Fortunately for the university,|Géneral Psot Om under:— rane aiehbe oe 7a eee Tan Gale. Hoy "Aaveehie ho tia” oot ment Committee, who ste’ ate ab a er for the student does not take longer) Parcel Mail pt il dior, Resistered SOUTHBOUND
ae Vleck mhaDiesa Ww Rovtesentative. ‘Tol ais, " mane 3 ves at the expense of all ,) ; Mail at 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 | Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
ase ‘7.4,52—-t.¢.n | SUSsing the city’s coloured labour |the other groups. In short, they ‘!\2" h@lf an hour to realise this.| >‘ “On the Sist October, 1952, Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
St Php. | —_—$—<———— ae |PrOblem, thought that something|are, with luck poodsature Alter a week’s residence, most of| Mails for St. Vincent by ‘the Schooner | ('nadian Constructor .. .. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. — 29 Oct. 29 Oct.
29.10,52—2n | TROPICAL FISH — Marble Hatchets,}should be done to let the|acquaintanc t frie : them forget their insular preju-|*Mandalay IE” will be closed at the) lady Rodney |. .. -. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. " 29 Nov. 7 Nov. 8 Nov
Rosy Tetras, Head and Tail light tetras ic quaintances, not friends, and aa 4 : General Post Office as under:— Canadian Challenger ++ 4Nov, 7 Nov ~ 17 Nov. 18 Nov
The public are hereby warned against | Pearl Danios, Zebras and Corydora cat: |J#Maicans know before they|certainly not brothers and sisters “'°°S #8 Well as their class: "Parcel Mail at 12° (noon). Registered | anadian Craiser.§ .. |. 25 Nov. 28 Nov a 8 Dec. 8 Dec
giving credit to my wife DOROTHY | “ish. All 48 cents each. White Clouds|/@ave their own country that|/which is what members of the P!“JUdices and their colour and | Mail at p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. :
CLARKE (nee HERBERT) as % do not | Festivam, and three spot Gouram{ at 72{conditions were “far from rosy”|same nation ought t race prejudices, They all take up| ©”, the 30th October, 1962. \ MOP TRROUND
hold myself responsible for her or anyone | °ents each. Discount for lots of one dozen |fgr th ug! 0 be, Mie Sateeiate | A | Mails for St. Vincent by the Schooner Arrives —_ Satis Arrives Arrives Arrives
re veal! xesponsibie for het Gx snyone (hn ne, Nelephone Wate wi name unless vy a ‘written order {#100 29.10.92] The committee was disturbed) those islands in which there ara Stent body of the University | Prost Office as under:— Camadian Cruiser . 28 Oct. 30 Oct ~ SNov. ifNoe inher
signed by me. _ that propaganda might be spread|only two College; a body that sues |, Parcel Mail 12 (noon). Registered Mail} >/dian Constructer,. 3 Nov. 5 Nov — 12Nov. 15Nov. —
Pp y two racial gr pur 2
HENSFORD CLARKE, in Jamaica to 00 J ; groups, you see learni and kh t ttain 2, 2°: Ordinary Mail 2.30 p.m., on the| Lady Rodney -. 20 Nov. 22 Nov. 1Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec if,
Weiches, PuURLIC NOTICES encourage Jamai-|something a little different, Rela- /“@!™!D8 opes to a | Sist October, 1952. Canadian Challenger 28 Nov. 29 Nov. - 6 Dec 9 Dec, “a
Christ Church. cone 1p compe to this country. It|tiong are much simpler, na cover, by the active co-op-; Canadian Cruiser ..19 Dec, 20 Dec. - 23 Dec. 27 Dec a
28.10. 62--2n wan © see counter propaganda|and much more unfrie The ¢'ation between person and per- | pay eSEENyUHeeEeEEeEneen ee ;
ieee CA Oe es . Rte so For further particular:
measures being taken which|whites dislike hb bons that ‘is the best way of | ' ‘% apyiy te--
The public are hereby warned against NOTICE roul “a the blacks as... . RALES OF EXCHANGE e
ving credit to my wife STAY CASHINA run anials as would tell them the truth “for|being their moral inferiors, an “°!%8 most things. And this new GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.
ALROND (nee ) as I do not JOMN JELLINGS BLOW their own sakes,” or. something] idea which is survival #ttitude of friendliness and OCTOBER 18, 1952 ” . —Agents.
Gos cutttrecting way QeBt or debts In AY) Worry aeEee _ {one to. restrict the entry of|of the times of the slave radi, brotherhood js not merely the | Selling NEW FORK BUYINE | §.53$$96999999999090080500650505050S000
ame Unies by a written order signed DY | persons paving ee eRY, GIVEN that all|Jamaicans into Britain, and the blacks dislike the whites rie ravorie. at Pen sueghanes EN Pe. eS x0 ae wr %
me. the Estate of John Jell Blow wh as being snobs and highly ~ entering e university; so : Demand |
GRORGE ADOLPHUS WALROND. 1 dled fn "this? tsiand’ onthe 10th. day ot on Birasighess: many Jamal- feel eer fae There is a {0m its being a free’ attitude, “feats 10 610% Pr. | >
. § re Tr p . 3 ~ > ‘ sg Yo .
St. George. | Seefmaret, teem re Mecehy nemuesteg te 1cNns Who cooked for jobs found ' straightforward ° intolerance "of the undergraduates all expect you mo aioe Fe: Sane 69 3/10% Pr.
96.10.89-—2n | ottested to the undorconed, 1 yjigor after door shut in their! each other, Am mixtures, {2 arrive at it sooner or later aaa: 2 c
Messrs, Cottle, Catford’ & Co. No. 17,{faces, it was reported at the how ? ang ae . 4 th r the bet t | 50% Siiver ae Pr
oe High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors. on|meeting. Mr. A, G, Hutt, secre- |) Sie ineeenes themselves are)the pooner . ee. Bees e ey: CANADA F :
or before the 4th day of December “1952, c . naindie c slightly more mixed, The lightest only ' do they violently dis- | 9% Pi Cheq ::
WANTED efter which date I shall ree. .|tsry to the committee, said that skinned approve wh don’t, bi me ee oe :
t all proceed tal ¢ , s coloured people would ®PProve en you don jut they Bankers 17 2/10% Pr. € $
distribute the assets of the deceased aa central "aoe =e not mind being ‘regarded as !¢t you know that. they dis- | Demand Drafts | 77 05% Pr. ;
hes __. | "mong the parties entitled thereto having more than coloured | white, since this : Sight Drafts 169/10% Pr. ; —
egard only to such claims as I shall | , gives them cer- #Pprove. 76 Pr. Cable ,
HELP then had notice of, and 1 will not |42¢mployed workers on its books.| tain ‘social hereas ‘They tolerate no snobbishness . Surrenc S IE QR LE .
———, be liable for the assets or any part therpof There is no colour bar as|the browner ea aey, wuarees on the part of the oo and ‘" penn Coupons . “0% Pr. ;
ie tea tee aatone-teay boars. | Sopige miner Bel nabtve nck Goes, a he said, “but when firms|not to be confused with their they are very quick to decide|%% Pr- sds mer $:
good wages-Apply 'H.”. c/o A. &. | And all parsons indebted to the anid ve vo up the coloured men are|pure African cousins, In fact, it Whether or hot you are snob- | SOUTHBOUND %
Hyer, Eee Avowsle Aspro. Moe | Gebteateae without delry's "| There were Birmingham firms|thec'en, “ue ,that the browner Mishly | inclined and to set | a » SS. “COLOMBIE” Sailing November 5th 1952, Calling at }
See ; : ; n 8 | the + i ( | s. . ng a
im Ee nce entainncdupieigi abate Dated this Ist d i October, 1952. ; y are, the more snob’ accordingly. They will tolerate rt . _ ne ‘
GIRL:—Having experience in house- ‘HENRIETTA MILDRED BLOW, |t0 Which it would be a waste of | are. The reason for rte ae clubs and societies, because |! ea Pee A rie ucacan, Cartageos, Jpripice. |: *
keeping and office work, To work day] Sole Qualified Executrix of the Will of}time to send coloured men,|clear. An q different ave 8.5. “DE GRASSE” Sailing November 25th, 1952, Calling at *:
: ible need apply John Jellings Blow, deceased. » i absolutely white man people ve different inidad, La Guai 2
ee tare, Ma oer tem 6 iain » deceaved, ,, |@nother member said. But there |is under no danger of being mis- iMterests, and want to get Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica. }
any aa te a ri ste Palace, 3.82 | ————___— lie ’ dyad we ee oo that coloured |taken for a negro and oo can together and pursue them in Dissolved F irst Day NORTHBOUND :
atl be enera erchant, . as- ea more troublesome associate with n their own w: But th’ oking, gasping, wheesing *
St. L. egroes wi ay. ey will not ,
sage & ‘Baxters Road, St. Michael, TAKE NCTICE than Irish, Welshmen or Scots-|parative freedom. A 3 bok =e eae CHARM a who came to work in the however, is under considerable most trenchant criticism and the ny health on ae en your heart. Martinique, Guadaloupe, England and France. i
Cd ae ee I was suggested that mere was) anes, °t, Seine lumped with the)|St merciless sarcasm is tev-| updates Haver gart™aets: |8 SS. “DE GRASSE Salling’ December 1982. Calling at §
’ 23,10. 52—t4.n grees and this continues down *l!ed at social cliquishness. You | lates through the blood, quickly curb- England and France s.
———— | 1MD., a ¥ a case for enlightened edueation,| the s S GOWNS ya ; re .
the iawe ‘Gf "Sausica, Mamaectaiers, fs on.) the scale so that the more negro) @ight think this method ineffec-} in the attacks. The very first day the %
Sc NEOUS whose trade or business, address is Pro. Hes od BS in a gee you have in you, the ae 9 Bee; but he aseured t fae pa FE ER jthua ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO, MAIL = Dy
MISCELLA sueee + , Kingston, . ‘ing bak colo) | Particular you have to be nag e exact contrary. Undergrad-, ful sleep. No dopes, no amokes, no
i amaica, British West Indies, has ap- }man,” a member said, Another y atl. injottions. Bnet tee ut ° %
plied for the registration of a trade 4 people know you are not ur hates expect freshmen to be more! j2/°"{ions. ennant, taste y
WANTED aa | mark in Part “A” of Register in respect —— said that employers Consequently, in those countries br less mature and intelligent! be" MER Ago tablets ‘Sstume ond R. M. JONES & CO LTD.—Agents
sntccins pant Mag Mey Se tog Ot SSeS SORE coum, 508 wae — BR ga be made to take|that do not have cosmopolitan [pnougs to see that a place like! Bronchitis in next to no time, even ey *
Salvers, Paper Weights, Spice & Snuff} fumery (including toilet articles, p It w workers, populations, there are colour |the U-C.W.1. .cannot be run if ange NEBNIDAGO in ao. sucesgatul PHONE 3814
Boxes, Enamels, Curios cations for the teeth and hair, and per. as reported that there were | strata in whith feeling is alm the student body is stratified into| that it !s guaranteed to give you free, Oi Sat
oan eae SHOP, Upper tuned - soap), and jwil be aentitles te oe er intelligent men among |as high as it is banween the most | irreconcilable cliques, And if you| %*” breathing in 2¢ Fours, at 2 E =
y st. 29.10,68-€n | ine 28th day of October, 1968 less, some onl pnatoane 2 this pom, | etree, if not more so. gre not mature enough to see} completely stop your Asthme tn 8 days BEST QUALITY
person shall in the meantime give notice age. Ge ACO ‘our
poooooosessooooneonoity | pica fone Af iiy ante of eye. Pbecause they “could not ‘ind |UC.Wat then fin oon ait RE Force You ter betes, Brepared to} Wass Ait guarantee pestis Fo AGRICUL FORKS
sitio such istration, e trade }employment in the cit: gull ped . ” 5 yf . , ; TURAL
mark ean be seen on application at my ; y suited to/peculiar position. He may be ;
URANT mcs their ability. When it w: ~1G i AP adil
EVERY RESTA Dated this 28th day of October, 1952. ge that the ce ra deteraatnet iO sone he os
should nave i) FRAME [amaicans ‘entering this counts) Saale Gow, the Tinidadians| Painful Cramps nthly Periods” stopped ree
Registrar of Trade Marks. country | shall not look on him as a“ )
29.10.52—an. |Should ‘be restricted. it as | islander” s 8 -“small~ os
an Ascot Water Heater [pointed out that this’ would "be |British ‘Guinere’ MAY be a or amazingly relieved \ GX ~ CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Instant Hot Water on Tap TAKE NOTICE dificult as Jamaicans were! that when the Barbedions no” rf
It Ensures Quicker Service. British Subjects, to him as a “mud-head” he shall : ind.ow of 4 canes in doctors’ own teste! 5 Car. Broad & Tudor Sts.
See the ASCOT at Work ¥¢ > « a] .P. |net arg i oe 4S omen an a= ~— =
Your Gas Showroom " % MIL-KO yer nes tet a a aaa tO) Suller from ‘thease ey Pe BS vy S-] SS <==
Bay Street. X] That VI-TONE PRODUCTS LIMITED nnn | amonds ons wage cone and| git of
; Ce S 4 much richer natu at N Oo T
a women ICE
Sage sses and rum. Or he ye) Upset 6 nes Be : }
Province of Ontario, Dominion ol rhe may be ez, oe We beg to notify our Custom: d_ th ‘al
Canada, has applied for the registrats L a Jamaican and quite convinced) ae Tay do : 6 ts 9 ue ets AM: © gener:
ofa trade marke in Part “A” of Register OUIS L. BAYLEY {that auite convinced) may often © Take Lydia Pinkhem’s public that our and HARDWARE STORES




Jamai z te
b respect of substances use@d as foods Bolton Lane ' superior oe is naturally }\ quite unnecessarily! See it
as ingredients in foods, and will be J». . ‘
cntitied to register the same after one ———
month from the 29th day of October

A few choice house spots
to the South West of the
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some person the Y 4
meantim otice in duplicate to me DRESSMAKING, 3 P STOC =
route to town. uy oan oF “opposition uf such regis- ne Drafting, Draping etc.’ Fashion make the other islanders know}!¢0”” or strikii Get either Lydia Pinkham's & K TAKING
These spots look across tation. ‘The trade mark can be seen esigning of world styles, Easy from such distress in 3 out eeerne, Snes. improved Lydia Pinkhem's set
the Golf Course on one side application at my office rapid course of U.K. ex, . a | Of 4 of the cases tested! with added iron! has @ quieting




Dated this 28th day of October, 1952 i) Write: Academy, P.O,

etaptaned T, HERBERT LTD tasvorate

ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANE

and over Blue Waters to effect on the
Reckley Bay on the other.
Though you may not wish
to build immediately, the
purchase of one of these
spots is a good investment.
Full particulars from—
The Secretary,
Rockley Golf & Country
Club.




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AUSTRALIA TUNES-UP FOR U.K. HOPE)
Junior Champion’s 2°%" 48? sexton cHames "Gonzales Must
Great Opportunity sete eel

Tennis No. 1
By CHARLES STEPHEN

: Pesvepaliy No. Lof pasteenicnnl
awn , rthy,

BR.TISH LAWN TENNIS is in for a revival. The awn tennis, swarthy, lumbering
displays at the Junior Championships at Wimbledon last

Ricardo Gonzales, may or may
not be matched next year against
month give the clue. The standard of play among the
All of which is most

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top box office draw of the ama-
teur game, Frank Sedgman.



THIS CUP is to be presented to
Trinidad for the outstanding sports-

man of the year. It has been sub-
scribed for by members of the
Albany Club, of which E. McDonald
Bailey is a preminent member.



Shooting:
Capt. Neblett
Wins Edgar

Armstrong Cup

The



Open Events are still in
progress at the Government Rifie
one, Yesterday at 6.30 atm, a
fheot from the 600 yards bank
continued with competitors firing
two sighters and 7 rounds to
count. The H.P.S. was 35 and
ecnditions were ideal.

in Class A. Mr. F. D. Davis top

seored with 34 points while in
Class B, Mr. S. Bancroft
secured 30,

The “Edgar Armstrong Cup”
was also shot for by local com-
pet.tors only and Capt. Neblett
by kesn marksmanship won the
cup

In. the Aggregate so far Mr.
M. Hunter from Trinidad top
scored with 97 points out of a
possible 105 in Class A. In Class
b. Mr. R. ©. Browne scored 97
points for Barbados.

Results of the Open Events for
No, 4 are as follows: -——

CLASS “A” PRIZE LIST




Pts.
Mr. F. 2. Davis (B'dos) “4 10°00
Mr. C.-Lunsden (T’dad) |. 92 6.90
Maj. PeManley (B.G.) 32 4.00
Maj. J GriMth (B'dos) . 3.00
eis si boca (T'dad) 32 2.00
Mr JeVerteuil (B'dos) 3
OLAas me di 31 1.00
R. S. Browne (B'dos) - 2 * 5.00
Set. 1D. Edwards (B'dos) 30. 3.00
F. Bello (T’dad) 30 2.00
R. ©. Browne .. 90 1.50
Lt. B. Goddard . - 1,
G. Lewin (Tdad) . 29 SOc
The rcores in the Aggregate are es
follows:-- H.P.S 5
CLASS “A” PRIZE LIST
Pts.
Mr. M. Bunter (T’dad) .... 97 10°00
Mr. J. Crooks (T'dad) .... 95 6.00
Maj. F. Manley (B.G.) 95 4.00
Mr. M. DeVerteuii (B'dos) 95 8.00
R.M.S. H. Marshall (B'dos) 95 2.00
J. A. Sutton (B.G.) 95 1.00
5S “B”
R. ©. Browne (B’dos) 97 5.00
S¢ I Edwards . 8 3.00
P.C. O. Shepherd 9 2.00
Lt. E. Goddard ; 90 1.50
Mr. L. Hassell 1.00
Mr. E. J. Parry Sie 89 50c
In the 1.30 p.m. shoot from the 500
yards bank in the Ne 6 open event
competitors fired 10 rounds to count
H.P.S. 50
OLASS “A” PRIZE LIST
ts.
Capt. D. B St. Aubyn (B.G) 49 10,00
Capt. C. Neblett (B'dos) 48 6.00
Mr. M. Hunter (T'dad) 48 4.00
Mr. F. Davis (B'dog) -- 3.00
Mr. I‘. Hing (B.G,) 47 2.00
Col. J. Connell 47 1.00
CLASS “B"
P.C. O. Shepherd (B'dos) 45 5.90
Clp...K. Knight .. ve 43 2.50
Mr. W. Richardson 48 2.50
Mr. K. Yearwood . 43 1.56
Mr. R.O, Browne 43 1.00
Mr. E, J. Parry 42 Ke

The shoot continues today, and
ends on Thursday with a shoot
for the “Anchor” Cup, At the
ending of the “Anchor” Cup
shoot about 5.30 p.m. the respec-
tive trophies will be presented.

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (West Indies)
LTD. advise that they can now com
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station:-

M/V_ Avgasta, 8.S Samana, 8.8
Greenhaven Trail, S.S_ Saxonstar, S §,
Afican Planter, S.S. Throunn, 8.8
Gulfirctor, §.5. Thalamus, §.8. Poly-
glory, S.S. Logans Fort, 8.S. Tindra,
S.S. Pandt Trader, S.S. S. Paula, 8.5.
Trya, §.8. Alcoa Planter, S.S. Slied-
De Grasse, S.S. Atlantic
Dea , §.8. Tenagodus, 8.8. Ciudad De
RBaroulsimeto, S.S. Huntingdon, 8.8.
Fort Worth Texas, S.S. Canadian
Cruiser, 8.S. Atlantic, S.S. Casablanca,
S.S. Giulia, §.S, Patuca, 8.5. Prospector,
8.8. Katrine Marsk, S.S. Hoegh Hood,
S.S. Melrose, S.S, Ibis, 8.8. 8, Trena,
S.S. Ampac California, 8.8. Trochurus,
S.S. Balaklava, 5.S. Themistokles, 5.5
Gerona, 8.8. Alcoa Roamer, 8.5. Kir-
entorm, $8. Atlantic Star, S.S. Bayano,
S. North Star, S.S. Colombie, S.S
Reina Del Racifieo, S.S. Kallada.

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| GET STARTED, THE BOOKING AGENTS

under 18's has never been higher. mos
heartening. But this is no airy-fairy prophecy that Britain
will coon be holding the Davis Cup once more. For the

jact is that Britain cannot become a world power in lawn
tennis again merely by improving on performances of

twelve months ago.

Cambridgeshire
A Complex Race

From JAMES PARK

NEW MARKET, ENGLAND,
Oct. 20.
The Cambridgeshire here to-

morrow is more, complex than
usual. One reason is that «three
year olds have not inspired much
confidence and I like a ‘second
season performer for. this. race.
The other reason is that older
horses don’t boast of the class we
expect in one of the’ best handi-
caps of the year.

I find it difficult to come to a
decision, It is ¢ither a case of ig.
noring the three year olds as a
rhole, or trying to find one like-
iy to show an advance on carlier
iorm

My first impression was that,
Richer might be the type for
which I am searching. Now I

come to welch it all up his pub-
lic credentials are not outstand-
ing. Richer has won two races
this season. One at Redcar
amounted to nothing. He won
by six lengths at the Newmarket
meeting. He did not beat any-
thing and the time was slow.
Clearly it is on what he has ac-
complished at home that Richer
ig the best backed horse in the
race for the money.
Cap of Gold

The position of Cap of Gold is
entirely different. He owes his
position in the market solely to
covering money as he had been
backed in some big. doubles with
Flush Royal, *

Mr. Rufus Beasley has a sound
chance of winning his third
CambridgesHire*’ in five years.
Sterope was successful in 1948
and 1949. This year the stable
will be represented by Brunetto
and Nicky Nook who at last
night’s. callover advanced from
20-—1 to 100—6 to close a firm
fourth favourite.

I have considerable regard for
Hilltop though I would have pre-
ferred him without penalty. He
has not had so much racing as
some of the others and his record
bears close scrutiny, He has won
two and has been third once in
his last three races. It goes to
his eredit that he has never run
badly.

Noholme should beat Antry-
cide on last week's running at
Hurst Park, but Cambridgeshire
is a different proposition. I shall
not be surprised to see Antrycide
turn the tables. On last year’s
running in the Cambridgeshire
Antrycide at 106 lbs, is one of the

best handicapped horses in the
race,
Last year’s winner, Fleeting

Moment, has nine pounds more
to carry this time and it is im-
probable that he has improved to
that extent,

Training troubles kept. Val-
desco in the background last
year when he ran once. He is

quite sound again and has been
specially trained for this race.
He will not be far away.

I have some regard for Stalina
as an outsider and I would say
the same for Kriss. Kringle who
is a front runner,

I am doubting whether he will
carry on up hill.

Most of the light weights will
lack assistance when it comes to
the driving finish, J. have decided
to stand a three year old and my
choice is Hilltop. Hg has thived
On a capital preparation, is com-
pletely honest and stable and is
in great form.

First To Take
Fifty Wickets

A. Brathwaite, slow left hand
bowler of the St. Cecilia Boys’
Club, has distinguished himself
as being the first member of any
Boys’ Club team this season to
reach the fifty wickets mark.

His analysis is 67.4 overs, 19
maidens, 199 runs and 53
wickets. This gives him the
average of 3.8 and it is the gen-
eral opinion of his team mates
that if he continues ta maintain
his present form he should
succeed in reaching the hundred-
wicket mark,





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COPE. 1982 KING FEATURES SYNDICATE,

The truth, painfully brought
home by the Olympic Games, is
that Britain’s best is not good
enough. Not yet anyway. Just as
in athletics, so in tennis, Britain
has fallen behind in the race.
And now it is not sufficient just
to increase the tempo, for the
secders are doing the same. Brit-
ain has to improve on her im-
provements.

And the first step towards this
end was the decision announced
last week by the Lawn Tennis
Asscciation, to send William
Knigh*, the British Junior
Champion, on a six months play-
ing tour of Australia.

Billy, 16-year-old, freckled
faced, tousled haired, is to be
given an opportunity to gear up
his game in the hard school of
the Australian tournament cir-
cuit. It is a stiff assignment for
any youngster and no-one
realises better than Billy how
wide is the gap between promise
and fulfilment.

Brightest Prospect

This 16-year-old left-hander is
Britain’s brightest prospect and
fully deserving of the opportun-
ity. As a stroke player he prob-
ably has to give best to his near-
est rival Bobby Wilson whom he
beat in the Junior Final. But he
possesses a quality which is
‘essential, not only in tennis but
in all top-flight sport — the right
temperament,

He is the type of player who is
not put off by the strength of the
opposition. He proved this at
Wimbledon this summer in his
match with Jaroslav Drobny the
self-exiled Czech.

Young Billy was obviously
right out of his class against the
greatest left-hander in the world.
But he always strove to play his
own game and in the third set
succeeded in taking three games
from Drob.

Whilst in Australia Billy will
play against all the leading
players. He will have a chance
to see for himself just what
Australian coaching methods can
do, Some of the players he will
meet will be little older than him-
self. For example Lew Hoad and
Ken Rosewall, who did so well at
Wimbledon, are only 17,

This trip is the chance of a
lifetime for the British boy to
make up lost ground, And he will
receive every assistance from
the Australian L.T.A.

Tennis runs in Billy’s family.
His father is extremely keen on
the game and has given his son
much encouragement. Billy’s sis-
ter played with considerable suc-
cess in the Women’s Junior
Championships some years ago.

Billy is an all-round sports-
man, He is a junior Table Tennis
International and plays a good
game of rugby, But he ‘tis giving
up all other sports to concen-
trate on tennis, For he feels, and
rightly so, that that is the only
way to reach the top.

—L.E.S.



Rangers 110:
Gentlemen 77—1

Rangers scored 110 runs in the
first innings of their match
against Gentlemen at the Mental
Hospital on Sunday last.

C. Matthew won the toss and
sent Rangers in to bat and
although the Rangers opening
batsmen Pinder and Yearwood
made a good start a collapse soon
followed, Yearwood 39, Hinds 21
were Rangers highest scorers,
Crichlow in 6 overs bagged three
wickets for 14 runs,

For Gern‘lemen Atkins and
Yard put on 64 runs. before
Atkins was Lb.w. to Grant for

30. Depeiza joined Yard who is
32 not out, witn the score at
77—1,

Play corminues on Sunday next.

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match at Wimbledon earlier this y

Knight is to undertake a six months tour of Australia. He is due
to leave England on November 24th.

Forget All About:

Ray Robinson

By
THE big-money boys of
laughingly referred to as bo:

GEORGE WHITING

the American thick ear trade,
xing, are preparing to put one

across us in re the middle-weight championship of the world.

Jack Solomons, he of the fish,
is better informed than most on
the strokes and stratagems of
the international gore and glory
business, but he will not, I hope,
resent the straight tip that
some of his New York pals are
plotting his very acute embar-
rassment by giving our Randolph
Turpin the walk past,

In short, they are casting
around for two home-bred con-
tenders against the day that
Sugar Ray Robinson, at present
absorbed in dance routines,
decides that the soft shoe can be
almost as profitable as the box-
ing boot — and a lot l¢ss painful,
with people like Turpin about.

Simple Citizens

What would happen if Robin-
son quit? Simple citizens like
us, with a proper respect for law,
order, and the income-tax man,

would assume that Turpin of
England and Charles Humez of
France, acknowledged interna-

tionally as next best to Rajah
Ray, would be accorded first bite
at the world championship apple.

Even the New York State
Athletic Commission and Ameri-
ca’s National Boxing Association
could hardly cavil at such a
simple solution.

But the vested interest boys,
those barnacles clamped firmly
on Broadway, would take no
delight at all in watching the
million-dollar middle-weight title
slip out of the U.S.A. without ley
or hindrance, That, they would
claim, ain’t ethical.

Favourites

The longer Robinson stalls the
world with his ‘this-year-next-
year-sometime-never stories, the
longer will hard-eyed American
promoters have to find a couple
of puppets to pop in as eligible
successors.

Favourites for the job at the
moment are Carl (Bobo) Olson,
a 24-year-old Hawaiian from
Honolulu, and Gene Hairston, a

deaf-mute negro from New
York's Bronx. e
Such facts that Olson was

beaten by the late Uave Sands,
or that Hairston is a little hit-
worn as a result of arguments
with Laurent Dauthuille, Rocky

i and Walter Cartier will
be elbowed out as petty incon-
veniences.

Nor, if I know them, will the
fifty-per-centers be at all out of
countenance should Hairston get
himself hammered by Humez in
Faris next month — though the
making of such a match indicates
that Gilbert Benaim, the French
promoter behind Humez, is not
unaware of possible American in-
tentions,

Get moving Mr. Solomons.
Grab the signatures of Turpin
and Humez for a 15 rounds fight
ut the title weight of list. 6lb.,
and put the contracts in your
pocket. Then, if Robinson walks
out or continues to dither, claim
the Turpin v. Humez clash as
being for the championship of
the world — and let the gold-
diggers of Broadway whistle,

After His Blood

After all, it would not be the
first time Mr. S. has had Madi-
son Square Garden after his
*lood. Remember how, within
24 hours of Joe Louis’ retirement,
ve had matched Bruce Woodcock
and Lee Savold for the heavy-
weight championship of the
world?

We laughed at his impudence
—but 50,000 people turned up for
the fight, and even. the British
Boxing Board of Control weighed
in with a trophy and a speech,

Pioneer Blues

Pioneering can be. awfully
painful, and it seems to me the
soecer men Of Oxford and Cam-
bridge Universities may be biting
ff more than they can comfort-
ably chew in taking their annual
match to Wembley on December
6

The respective honorary treas-
urers, Oxford's Dr. H. W
(“Pegasus”) Thompson
Cambridge’s Ww. J. Sartain
2ppealing for support from
amateur clubs, schools and col-
teges, have noted that there is a
“marked« revival” of interest in
soccer at the Universities,

and

But are there enough “marked
“evivalists" to make those vast
Wembley terraces look reason-
ably well occupied?

All Welcome
The

universities take encour-

League Cup finalists have in-
creased their Wembley patronage
from 41,500 spectators in 1929 to
a capacity 100,000 to-day. They
themselves, I understand, will be
highly delighted if they can
attract 30,000 supporters on
December 6. Even those prepared
to scoff will be welcome, provided
they pay,

I hope it keeps fine for one and
all. I hope, too, that the football
will be worth watching, with not
too much kick-and-wish; also
that not too great a percentage
of the hoped-for 30,000 will be
Present as guests of the iganage-
ment.

Perhaps some of
t will drop in. Or do they
Stilbe recall Dr. Thompson’s re-
maftk about soccer being an in-
telligent man’s game ?

the rugger

By George...

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—L.E.S.



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Yet if they were meeting to-
morrow my money would be on
Gonzales. After watching his
performance, at Wembley when
the thump of his gigantic shots
echoed round the Empire Pool,
I have no hesitation in acclaim-
ing him as the man who can
produce the best lawn tennis in
the world,

For such outstanding
and quality of stroke, I
or a par with Ellsworth
his greatest year, 1932.

Better Now

Gonzales, a U.S. citizen, Mexi-
can by birth, is 24 years old and
better than he was as an amateur.
He came to Wimbledon but once,
ir 1949, when he won the doubles
but failed in the singles. Sedg-
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flatt any game but, allowing
for at, ‘Gonzales is _ terrific.
Harking back a year or two

Gonzales and Sedgman did _ test
their strength as amateurs,

Ir the 1949 Davis Cup Chal-
lenge Round, Gonzales beat the

Australian in three sets.
Equal P(l)ay

It's here. at last — equal play
for women golfers! Members of
the U.S. Professional Women’s
Golf Association have been in-
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HIh.mi On Fame 1 thru oailv shall not be able to finish my new'Wimi imdi Riid"vard K volume of-essays But It does not brought out mv "first noV< really matter, because It will be t was 23 forgotten in fffO M three years' But now. ..f couiae. it must be Mauphom paused, added remembered that lots of iho would otherwise hnv. baasj n, "l| It's a very stranxr thu,. 1 ,, rpose It'l the resnl' of the war I people seem t., rTlvelnp mUC I more slowly now rs Who • 1 REMEMBER saving to m> -omethlng of 1 .'s a bore that l(tnenlie> for ex a 1 H But no writer likes to die writing had to spend live rCUM b the Scrv: On Old A K e I dalced Mau-jhw. about Ntl Mr ai It: if he c(oi/ed fiiiit ai lffCM quillitu of UM ".1 OK; as he our -f. ifrlOM 1 M %  n 1Ml W 'TKANWIMI.I.n V ol the evenliiR'".' 1 do not remei in; th.itbut then 1 have WltJHn a great deal. I cannot remember all 1 have written. I cannot renu-mber half the names of the in my novels. 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She said she had nothing against me except that 1 never had tme lo g*> i' with her If onh/ M away in the shop jfler hours made the business ess and she benefited%  ^he has gone off with an Army ofiVer with four ihlt| rVafJK damtges from him if 1 In haa been the spark wh'ih has se* light to your wife's smr ilderlng resentment mal storms like th( have n v iy of subsiding after i olt. and eolltv eomes in. M-im_>< 1-OHI." * %  lKi csosswsss For what are the real facU heie Two little girls, one 11 and the other 15 In the cold hours of honest thought vo-ir wife will remember them. Face Up To 11 A child feel* InsecuM 1 oel) sometimes umid. mother in thibackground wrbal . world "f %  .eotie fo eiM< mugc in ert n. Wear n turn i %  vi.n na ol One %  s ti'i. io.unterreo • mere kne No-rrump on nu ni i um ou He next :o bid %  11 i \ i ; %  -i rwo NO%  i basje •itii a raise to X .ma' samka 'c%  •" mc.^. v One uy ID apoH tie iaal>l>,! 12 Joinneeawaar. II Call -t nit otwicU maoau '! Long for BIQT than tw." month*. ' „ „ .,_ aiurriaUsa it eaiera freaeji snort one lot*. bjrMkaa. 4 Tippl't favoonu' mfnnt • MO inr t M*tn*'V* J.1' ,, iiiwaise me ** joioius Trvi'iwn >cc*or*. i*i IUOD. i a i TALKJNQ POINT Gardt-riiny U the only uuijues* fionably useful job.—Shaw. The "ion who lets himself be bored u even more confcrriptihlc mesiv sna-gsul ao reatl benefit. i Penn. W i 111 i-ad to aiif ^f < i iDCKTenU. i8) 11. Attain (6. t o**r tn Australia, rai WILL COSBUCT SEW EH.\ SOCIETY CONCERT LONDON. Oct. 28. Senor Eleazar De Carvalho will conduct the New Bra Societ\ Concert at the Royal Albert Hal Sunday to become the first Brazilian conductor lo appear here Senoi Carvalho who like Rimhky Korsakov, studied musu while in the Navy, waa Invited \< E rform in London by the New conductor Mr Richard Aus t;'i. impressed by his work with Orquesta De Brasiliero last summer.- SprcMl 1 ID PJH •nwnnv CAVALIEB iBsani Wakvlv *nd S1LVRB KA1BPK8 Whip Witoon i -I raiDAv i seoe JERSr JAMIS John POWTTR IFIXAND Wd Si Thuri. 4 4ft ft %  30 p m nr..|hl SMrfe h> *.M II'-IM %  Ttw Painoua gV{ixlliln wwm K0N-T1KI* also rai. a SAT. IU a IMSIR BRAND NEW DOtlBU Ar Action PacHod Too iini-l i TUOt'MJl" |ra CJORCIY A The Dead Cr.d Kid* alio noMhA •, PANTSKB ISLAND J-lmr.y SHWTTTtMJ) ROODAL ItlHtl %  "I'iKi: f-dav A T.^iior...* ' : % %  Picture* P i %  —.... 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shipping company. | greatest need in the country 1

In presenting the plan, Sov peat
ment gave priority to certaia |
schemes as set out in the memo- | attempting to nediate " “ “ e e 2 ind loyal Africans of all tribes
randum. These include dercion. | wana conflict. oe ae ¢< PORT-OF-SPAIN, Oct. 27. | Election Gains pe en ee fhe in the reserves and in_ settled
ment of water resources and its| . Both Padilla Nervo and HON. ALBERT GOMES, Minister of Labour, Industry | eiahar te ane hae tena areas:..and. the support obedind
distribution; experiments and re-| | Prisoner Dies: Madame Pandit were guests last and Commerce, is against:Sfate interference with business F as a Scout publicly by Lady || Public opinion among all Africans
search of irrigation of sugar and | ® |night at the Russians fashionable He said this in the Le. today when he welcomed | or ristian Baden-Powell during her last || opposed to violence

other crops; encouragement of! Park Avenue headquarters where fi . Ad s | it to the island |}. Sir Evelyn who entered the
7 , member dustrial Mission now visiting visit to the island.
food production and development | 5 Injured On Vishinsky was host at a dinner ve me bers of the U ssic )

Sir Alfred and Lady Savage



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intezest in the Scout Move- ;umong the very many peaceful

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MR. G. H. ADAMS, Leader of the House of Assembly | ‘Korea Denied
in a three-and-a-half-hour speech last night. presented for UNIT 'A ri can Servan is
nriere
the approval of the House, the proposals contained in the a hay yh a. on |
memorandum on the Government’s Five Year Develop-! There has been” ‘we forihal R .
ment Plan of Capital Expenditure and Taxation under |United States denial to end. the : oy NATROBI, Kenya, Oct. 28.
which it is proposed to spend 16% millicn. dollars on capi- United Nations speculation that A EUROPEAN farmer ar d his two African servants
tal works during the five year period ending 1957 [s conference on Korea. between were stabbéd to death by knife wielding terrorists last
H nae tna ae ee aS ere night. the latest victims of this British colony’s undeclared
e said that the plan was the rae ey He held,’ soon, “ >” war,
result of recent constitutional ad- ei m One veteran, observer puts ae: = a it the murder of farmer E T. N. Bowyer
vances in the, colony since the in- Si I uc’ 1% . oth ~—Washington and the pea Le tl te 1, Gevernor Sir
troduction of the party system ‘in oe J . Kremlin appeared willing to meet | and the two Africans reached this capital, G
1946 and added that it was in B E; ned and were hoping for a polits in. Evelyn Baring appealed for “reinforcement of confidence
feintitin dbedine by the Barbados Labour Party in AMT. PREV. ACK, $101.00 The Soviet Foreign Ministe lative Council session. T r : ,
its manifesto during their election- Rev. F. E. Pestaina 10.00 Andrei Y. Vishinsky recently { The. unrest ha uched ©
" ~ampaig 3 : ae Vishinsky recently to ateieahes I nam tanseninns’ tantasisemnaetl
Sering campaigns, E. L. Campbell . 1.00 newsmen that Russia aie sees a moveme t sac 1G apn ea
Mr. A. E, S. Lewis, the only Sc. Swithin’s Girls t willing to talk” but Farewell Sout vad aa the colony.
other member to speak last night School 2.48 gested they nek Ss. a ony vhite man Trom the |
criticised the plan and said it v ;| & A.A. Clarke 1.00 State Achasoh shout the ; ’ So » Wrecke
unambitious. He accused the}| G. A. O. Marshall 1.00 bility te Rineia toe, the possi Ralls For His House W ecke d
Government of adopting a pesci- X.Y. Z. 7.00 "RPM. ‘pupae. p Police s ned eovS
e : j a ne 2 00 - { pokesman said __ th, E 70 ll on of e
mistic and frightened attiide D, Webntex 200 United States was agrecable t XCEHELCY
in producing the plan and said mA CaeVer « talks but ne | e Oe all * Osa te
X.Y.z 4.00 if tt Russians wan :
that certain proposals were | Be = 7 _ 1 Korean parley they should On Saturday next, Ist No 60 m
ridiculous and could not be called x. ¥. Z. . 24 so. There eared to he a h vember, at 5 p.m., there will kitchen whet ‘
Dr. H. D. Weather peared to be Ht t F 1! Scout Rall t and murdered the
et ve be pian. ided Tt head . ets 2.00 per of diplomats willing to take Scout Somhanaetere in hepeee Bo oe wie lair
Mr. wis added: “There is a : . the intermediary role, One. was . : . as ie ils te ¥ {
nothing substantial enough in this ee eres fe : Ved Mexico’s Dr. Luis Padilla "Nex oe ‘ ‘ : ae nee, oo a. ae his iS = ny x
plan and there is too much ‘pad-|| 6 fT, Deane. 6.00 | Who according to one report : ee. THESE FOUR West Indians K.O.M.G,, local Chief Scout. | (council that the Government
ding’ ¥ which nobody would con- G. G. Harris 5.00 already had arranged a_ prelim- +. 2 | from Dominica stowed away This had been planned origin- laced ae €1 ri “must al way: be
sider”. fe ere 6.00 inary United States-Russian a e In er er ence |] on a Swedish ship to England nile 40 take place eatiiee in the primary concern. oat erway ie
Consideration of the memoran- 5 meeting. Padilla Nerv fuse |} last month, Now they are on the maintenance of peace ae
dum will be continued today at en ee =e to talk about the re e* euavals their way back with their prercaty fieteae. Mage oy pe a good’ order
> © al today a Pilgrim Holiness alk 'é e repor i ; * .
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\ of agricultural schemes; encour- party for a number cf diplomats __Trinidad. gd 8 Ey eThe” Mission arrived Saturday | Democrats the Movement here should wel through the rank of the tough
agement of the tourist industry; e I l | mostly Asians.—(U,P.) Nom 1G) to lobk into thé possi come the opportunity of saying British Lancashire Fusiliers said

* . Tae 4 »/ ~ Be Gr. ) SS 1- : ‘P "9 ; , the as seeking =

establishment of a Barbados De- or Ss anc j bility of further industrial devel- | : : ROME, Oct. 28. ae nr e a nee poo’ Soeey: _ i. oP n more
velopment Board to assist in the | POCKET CARTOON opment in B.W.I. “It is my own] The Italian Interior Ministry day next, Those attending the ch ee
development of secondary indus-! by OSBERT LANCASTLRE conviction and I am very firm in | Said the governing Christian Rally are asked to be at Scout Personal Effort
tries; increased taxation etc Mthat conviction, that if there is Democratic party by itself or .

Nations said one

aimed at obtaining additional! Headquarters at 4 50 p.m.

nites wanes oc.2%..) Russians Too |

one thing that the State should, With its allies won control of



| Korean war prisoner died of in- [ ‘ : He said “Positive measures
re > orde ee J T : ’ ‘ communi ;
tye of the order of one and juries and 75 others were wound- ou h For } have nothing to do with that is a ’ nal coun lg in 31 of 35 which the Government has in
a half million dollars in an aver-/%j on Sunday when United Na- i business.” Shtenat vol _ (cities, villages, ° mind for the furtherance of eco-
age crop year of 150,000 tons; de-}tions guards broke up a military { i; The Minister also told the Mis- | '@W"S) voting in. local adminis- U. S. cari es } nomic, agrarian and social pro-
j Raion of the feeling developing in trative elections Sunday, e e 7 z

3 +; oners of war on Koje Island. Elections were held in various - housing loans to be made available
for workers other than civil serv- The enclosure commander was NEW YORK, Oct. 28.

ants; improved educational health; called and ordered the drill to Eisenhower angry over charges
and other services’ and the provis-| stop, Prisoners obeyed but at) that his pledge to visit Korea “may
ion of amenities in rural areas. once prisoners in another com-| have delayed an armistice” Reo|

this region that industrialisation e e he f rest 1g sty, Ne
2 . ss . communes in ¢t nor " phere of unrest and anxiety, or
was a panacea for all our ills but| 574 Mn he north which R an the economic development of
} that was a fallacy since a pro-|°'! not vote during the 1951-52 Ra
7 re eae ee 4« | administrative elections for local Kenya proceed at a_ steadily
gramme of that sort “is not as | Government quickening pace.”
easy as many believe.” }

- SEOUL, Oct. 28 Seat ah
Previously, of 35 communal U:S. Marines eacenured all lost He said that

creased expenditure in relation to} qrjj] staged by Communist pris- Mr. St
subsidisation and other items; ean ent i ; evenson

as in the past,

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;pound in the same enclosure| his campaigning today to the two | Trinidad’s new Colonial Secre- bepesetls 24 were controlled by} vital hills guarding Seoul after oss ae - wearlan
Of the 16%% million dollars to! linea up for drill. | heavily populated Long Island and tary, Mr, Maurice Dorman, pre-~ ores et. enverene or their destroying a full Chinese Commu-} gipoy+ task district and paro-
be spent on the capital programme.| United Nations said “it became | New York countries. “He devoted sided. Hon. Gomes said W.1,} allies, two by Communists andy nist regiment of more than 2,000 "le i ; a .

it is proposed that 10% million|obvious that the chain of inten- | the entire morning to a trip by



























































the handicaps to the Western| . The demonstration took place Russians In Berlin coal as cheaply as three ‘cents Oil Settlement new post-election administration, du Maurier, I suppose you

4 Pol a. pnts leftwing Socialists, nine by I men in 36 hours of bloody t. | Shial level to:develop the country.
a dollars will come from available|tional harassments went. up.”| automobile through the countries ercttite e e That will Stal or loéal parties, e} ing. ay t y fish _ _ wrovernment =e ‘ocal
funds, the other six million dollars|Two United States . infantry|of Queens and Nassay where they depend on private enterprise. He Baris i ee on Christian [" Attacking in heavy fox, Marines see a a ta ee oe
being raised by way of loans, platoons then were sent into the| have set new registration records warned “in this programme of | 1" " at rats and allies: 81, Com-| mopped up “the hook” and seized op oo ee SSS VeEnE ROCGEN
P f ;}compound to restore order and|in a renewed bid for the State’s industrialisation we must proceed bea rig one, Independents of ou:post hills “Friseo’’ “Ronson” ena or Atrieans: tn uvben
Moving the consideration of the injuries followed. | 45. electoral votes. with extreme caution.” tre Re mixed gZroups one, and “Warsaw” by 8.40 against areas.
Memorandum, Mr, G. H. Adams, . : The Republican Presidential Mr. Lincoln Steel, leader of the | ®"¢ Monarchists one.—-(U.P.) little opposition, ‘Reds had cap-| oe
eee oe gee said i tue Uaties eee eae pei ang candidate = to the city by Mission, replying, said the re-| tured the heights in a “Human
had no een for e year , | He ations . | tre tin at 7 marks and suggestions by Hon . e sea" agse Ss a 7
one would have said Government |mand gave no details on what! “Gen” Eisenhower was particu- Gomes ‘had ‘talien on recente AUSORIAN Gov't [wesc now in'ampicte con New US Consul
ecg ta to look upon a mat- | happened vied ome era ty larly angered by Governor Adlai , grounds The Mission will re- ' | trol of ‘the situation Uenid Major! .
ter of that sort as something ex- ! tered e compound, merely | Stevenson's charge that his ara 7 ‘ j main here ten days. | ® Gener: edw , : )
@ On page 7 r | said 25 Communists were injured,| promise to visit the Korean bat-| Certainly not! L’m seill | . ae —(C.P.) | Reinstated reancinr of ‘the Fir’ Marine ‘Di Mr. Henry O. Ramsey, Ameri-
| 13 of them badly enough for hos-! tjefront could have delayed an keeping an absolutely open | vision, “It will take a hell of alc Consul in Barbados, announc-
pitalization. Colonel Harold L. armistice. He countercharged at mind on the subject of e Ne big force to kick 1 off rahe 1| od yesterday that Mr, David M.
‘ ° | Taylor, Camp Commander said | pitts burgh last night that Mr. Guy Fawkes!” Coal Miners rl a, TENNA, Oct 28, consider one full Chinese regiment | arenes in the separitn ae
NATO Council jthe Communist prisoners don't Stevenson, Democratic candidate a ; Chane don Government off has been destroyed in this fight-|* ince Me Philip’ fg aay
;seem to learn. They aa had a mentality “completely | ‘ “ : ancelloy Leopold Figl was ing.” oe ee lip Erns low on
1) Session Opens rr etter Wis Testa |untutored forthe Nlough busines | Bind SEriifce: | ives. secatet oy, President] "Au contented heights tay on the| "BM the’ extension of the Con
j levery challenge es Te-! of dealing wi ussia. e re- e ¥ } | ee ene ay follow-| western front near Panmunjom,| «, : as idanta
Pp quired to contain it.” peated his promise to make the| Atomie Pow er ma the solution of a six-day] the scene of the Korean ser aaa te : pee se ee was
—U.P. | Korean trip top item on his | PITTSBURGH, Oct, 28. |©#binet crisi ; They. hay ; Barbad hich Wh Gents eee
PARIS, Oct. 28. genda if actin’ Pr bsident ; Most of 350 000 U.S soft coal| The new government, Figl’ ae ian ane guarded one of islands as far north as the U.S
& The North Atlantic Council met} 0 ‘s. : a ? | | For Industr | ctiguers heeding the awder of Union fourth since the wat took} g's) the main invasion corridors tol Virgin | Islands, the Americar
i ~ ae . F . , y ers ‘ i 1e oath} Seoul. Consulate in Barbados ha be-
' Page’. s a a with : 9 C | He said “if a journey to Korea een Mr. John . sami, it £00 pm. shortly after they nat IP. nen two-consul post.”
Le uiltary _. ‘standing group 0 t and the close study of our militar: 2 4 ; fooped back to work after alsecepted the outgoing govern- etal a
i thrash over military and political | ommunis Ss |: nd. political peoblems Here eral The energy stored in a _kilo= Seek-long strike over a wage dis- ment's resignation a on ane ~
e problems facing the Western} (cave the life of a single American| 8'#â„¢ (2.2 lbs.) of pure uranium,| pute with the Government ality. Fig] made no changes in the
alliance. Arrested | oldiér and bring. peace of mind if it could be comple tely utilized, The walkout began last Monday {lineup 6s 9 e
Supreme Allied Commander,| (to a single American family I vere be ae ee to that oF after the Wage Stabilization! The government resigned last e re every
General Matthew B, Ridgway} : ‘ wy. i must make that journey, I shall| C\sality uae ) tons of normal) Board lopped 40 cents off $1.90) Wednesday after it was unable to £ s
attended the opening session at) MEXICO CITY, Oct. 28. make the journey. at ; daily pay boost which Lewis won| agree on the 1953 budget, The two
the N.A.T.O. Council’s head-| Two Communists were arrested The crowd of 11,000 persons | With the price of Uranium 1950 from the industry Truman Pere oalition partners agreed after six
quarters in the Palais De Chaillot|for noisily accusing the official) ~heered when he pictured Mr.| at about $36 (B.W.L) a ton, that | 8onally appealed for an end to the} days inter-party bargaining to 99
to consider an agenda covering|Mexican Delegation of Planning! stevenson as the advocate of con-| means that in theory electric|®rike.-CP) helve the budget until after the oo or
everything from the sharing of|to call oe eae ry“ cession to Russia, power could be produced atom F eS gs vote ek ae arly
U.S. atomic secrets > results|hard ‘Your ighness’ when he —U.P. | ically at a price that present- . r ) iment will pre-
of this year’s iplis, ageoscimee lorciées in Monterrey. |day power-stations oni only U.K. Stull Want ent parliament with a provisional “But seldom find, except in
Among topics discussed, were| match if they could buy their | budget leaving the rest to the
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military planning imposed by at Mexico City Airport while the | P. 1 ton, —U.P mean, But what exactly do
U.S. laws forbidding sharing of — tt ae PA waiting to) Halt Allied ‘atro The development of such atomic’ LONDON, Oct. 8, Z you look for in a cigarette?”’
é i ‘mati ‘ > new | boar le plane, pe aa 0 . ; ; ‘oreign Secretary nthon + °
a serene — the ne, : ; BERLIN, Oct. 28. } power-plants is one of the ain man e ain om Mionday night th at Bomb Explosion
veignte F tc ty «eens 0, ; to wie The Prince, who is due i Russian guards blocked a sec-| of atomic rene reenter now | Britain would continue her . Flavour—which can
jase 1€ press and public.|Monterrey tomorrow will spend! ond allied : ttempt in, twenty-four | being pioneered in ritain and | apg ger bk r f \ ° ;
—U.P. |seven days in Mexico during} 6, ‘te hen a patrol along the|the U.S.A., the United Nations | Somers a ee AS i | Kills Pedestrian only come from tobacco
which he wil] inaugurate a new) international highway linking } Economic Sonus for Europe} le Pity. ‘despite the latter's | that is rather special.
° lairline. route between Mexico] Berlin with the west. The road recently announced tn Genevs,.” [ak 45 diplomatic cored ond ck a TUNIS, Oct. 38. Then, of course, perfect
e n its and Amsterdam and open the) has been. banned to the British) divdrogen. if it could be used|“What good does it do?” Eden |, oh thee ee torn to pieces . |
|Dutch trade fair her | and United States patrol since last! ¢,. "the production of electric! said, in expressing regret at the} io | the reed here while walking smoothness —which means
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Attack Police | —ur. | May, power, wuld urea fuel ten| Fuptare. tm relations He was] ie stcet ere last night The 4 comfortable throat.
; times as efficient as iranium, | t peaking at the dinner of the Roy- | ernest i t
| ne Sad ety of St. George persons murdered since the wave
jp = ~ ‘ —- . - — - | weight for weight. al Bociet f ste & & of violence began earlier this year $
—U.P. Tvs ” € 5 year
i SINGAPORE, Oct, 28. | THIS MP WAS WATCHING THE RED ‘It can be easily seen,” stated | 1 vo persons were injured in the tb
\ Forty Communist bandits swept a o he Commission's dnnounc’ment, . sani pant, cee buildings were hea’ ly i
‘ Coan a security police station | ‘that the economie effects of the| PRISONERS THREATEN bi hey: re : * ” he a> ep oe i
5 wd > os Anes pene reve emcees | se of nuclear!) fuels. Wik be downtowr nis but there were no {
td ar ou @ four o s before ate } Se Hes
4 retiring, Reperts from the region re ps iB an mat ethod Subject) ZOSTAGES WITH DEATH U.P. |
in the southern Jchore state near eta ahG antictate ; —_ :
a Royal Air Force airfield said the y salt One ean it would| CHESTER, Illinois, Oct. 28. ;
police stood their ground and held @ possible in principle to site | Three hundred rebellious Gev. Rance Will Address * 4
their post. Ener» casualti Ss ere rge base-load units as required prisoners threatening even . ® * Coolness too ? Well, that’s
SE a ee en eee Te Te within convenient reach of| . Florida Varsity Conference ;
not knows ' ose centres where the. demand | aaeseeet wth death june on oe seen to by the du Maurier filter {
It we > first large ale ter- was likely ah cp dele pall . side linois’ trouble’ plaguec (From Our Own Correspondent) ‘
rorist attack on security forees and is likely to be greatest |Menerd Prison ang reported call- FORT OF SPAIN, Cact, ¢ 2B tip. And no bits of loose tobacco
follows the decision of the Malay: — } ing. for Governor Adial Steven , nor Rance will address in the mouth—filter tip again.” 4
an Commun party to guare | he prison was the scene of 4\ the Third Annual Conference of
against ir ig civilian casualtie 70 JETS FOR BRAZIL | 27-hour uy rising five weeks a€0 the University of Florida on De
north to n popular favour - | that was quelled with tear gas.'vember 19 on Federation of the}
Yester: six Ghurka soldiers RIO. DE JANBIRO, Oct, 28 Werden J me E, Munie stationed Br'tish West Indies. The Govern-
on pat were ambushed by Tne Brazilian Air Force signed|ormed guards of state police: or ho will ke ccomp? ~ ,
a \ i ¥ I i I accompanied by j
thirty ter ists in the Perak state. a contract with the British Gios-jaround the prison and orderea Lady Rance, accepted an invita-
. ' | rt 3 "Ce, I 1 an invita
One sc Idie vas killed and thre | | ter Aircraft Co., to buy 70 jet}them to “shoot to kill if oe ton to attend the University’s
wounded i ! Yan nakes a meve”’, The prison has Conference on the Caribbean from
—U-P. —UP. 1,850 prisoner -UP. December 18 to 20 :
e rt Sats Ree We ; “ Yes—all that. D'you know, this
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" tae ' ae Cnoraday 4 F } he demolished building in Broad; will be placed in the holes made the places marked for pile driving e to your throaf's content
3 equest the Jamaica Government| Street, when a pile was driven) by the pile, to carry the rein-| Thi pile lriving ensures the]
i to discuss u nt matters con- ic eee nto one of the marked spots now | forced concrete. builder of the new Barclay’
nected with future West Indian! f i being prepared for einforcec Bank that the foundation will be \
arent eet : amme for farm| , , { concrete Many people in passing stopped factqry The piles will be ol
recruitment r “ , | t th t { i bout 40 oO f $1.16 for 50
wor in 3. ig a one oe ea : ‘ 0 ee le operation anc were driven about ¢ feet deep ne o o1i0 for 3a
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MADAME IRIS SUAZO, wife of ti



HE final
maican

Ja-
Relief

meeting of

Hurricane



Fund Committee was held at the
West India Committee building in
Norfolk Street recently

Sir John Huggins, (Chairman)
and Lady Huggins were among
those present. Mr, S. E. V. Luke
who next year is to succeed Sir
George Seel as Comptroller fox
Development and Welfare, attend-
ed on behalf of the Colonial
Office.

He expressed the thanks of the
Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies, Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, for the

good work which the Committee
had undertaken,
Back To Venezuela
M®* and MRS. D,. GONZALES
accompanied by their five
children returned to Venezuela

yesterday morning after spending
three weeks’ holiday in the island,
They were guests at Maresol
Beach Flats.

Mr. Gonzales is Head of
B.W.I. Airways in Venezuela.

A Son

R. and MRS. H. G. ST. HILL

of Mins Court, Dayrells

Road have received news of the

birth of a son to Mr. and Mr
Donald Mosher of Montreal.

the

Mrs. Mosher was the former
Miss Clementine St. Hill second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
St. Hill.

Mr. Mosher until recently an
officer of the Canadian National

Steamships is now with a steve-
coring company in Montreal.

Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Colin Rocheford who

was successful in his Intermediate
Examination for Solicitors, He is
attached to the firm of Hutchinson
& Banfield.

Mr. Rocheford is the son of
Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Rocheford of
Black Rock and a former pupil of
Harrison College.

Transferred

OW living in Barbados for a
month at Maresol Beach
Flats are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Smith who arrived here recent-
ly. Mr. Smith has been transferred
to Cable & Wireless Branch here
and after a few months will be

going on to Brazil.



Palaver In Park Lane

With Somerset Maugham—#y BERNARD HALL

SAID the man in Room 805 at
the Dorchester: “I must see my
tailor, D’you know, I haven’t had
a new suit for six years.”

This was Somerset Maugham
talking. A few weeks ago he was
seriously ill, (“TI nearly died,” he
says.)

Now, at 78, he is back in London
to see old friends and new plays;
to speak (at a luncheon) of Kip-
ling—his only public engagement:
and to buy a new suit,

He sat back On a
talked, Like this: —

Maugham On Fear
@ ONE ORNING (during his

last illness) I thought’ I was dy-
ing. I felt so weak that it seemed to
me, just a little more and I was for
it. I remember saying to myself:

settee and



he Honduras First Secretary in London, inspects the white sugar rep-

Vot Enough Time

I N England on leave is ex-

glider pilot Mr. Nigel Thomas

% Barbados, He employed
Government in Eas



is

farm

oy
Nige Tia

Last year, when he
a three-month leave
ible to come over on a holi-
visit but on this occasion he
not have enough time

Mr, Thomas, at the cessation of
hostilities with Germany, was
transferred to the Barbados Bat-
talion, South Caribbean Forces
where he served for a short while.

Indefinite Stay

RS. F. K, N. MASCOLL, wife
[ ef Capt. Masecoll, Adjutant

qualified fo
Mr. Thoma

day

will





of Jamaica dnd daughter of Mrs.
and the tote Mr. J. L,. Banfield
of “Wilsbury,’ Hastings, arrived
here by the S'S. De Grasse yester-

day morning for an indefinite stay.
She wa npanied by her two
hildren,

acco

Enjoyed Trip
RS. WILLIAM FORDE
of Mr Wm. Forde of
“Mrytice Villa.” River Road, and
Government Shipwright, accom-
panied by her son Courtenay,’ re-
turned home yesterday morning by
the S.S. De Grasse after a round
trip

They had an enjoyable time and

are glad to be back Home.

Vatinee Dance
HE fourth Guide Company of
Queen’s College will hold a
Matinee Dance at Queen’s College
Hall on Saturday, November 1st,
from 6-—8.30 p.m,

wife

The proceeds Will go towards
Camp Funds, Refreshments will
be on sale and there will be Side

Shows as well,

Tickets can be obtained from
the Captain, Miss Joyce Bowen
and from any member of the

Company.
After Two Years

M* DENNIS GITTENS
turned to the island during
the past week by B.W.I.A. after
spending two years in British
Guiana, He was on the Staff of
the Daily Chronicle,

He will be spending three
months’ holiday as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. O. Rollock of Black
Rock.

the idea that he will be forgotten
immediately after his death.

On Writing
@ I HAVE always thought writ-
ing should be like the con-

versation of a well-educated and
cultivated man,

I have never believed what some
writers believe—that it should be
an effort to understand what they
have written. I want to be as
simple and as clear as I can.

On Young Writers

@ SO FAR as I know, all the
“young” writers arte in their
forties and fifties. I don’t know
any young writers,
I offered # prize for a young
author to go abroad, We made the
age-limit 30, Then we discovered

“Well, if dying is as easy as this. y that 30 was too young. We had to

it is all right by me.”
And I must say this: I was noi
afraid.

Maugham On Fame

@ | REMEMBER saying to my-
self then: “It’s a bore that I

shall not be able to finish my new!*bohm

volume of-essays. But it does not
really matter, because it will be
forgotten in two or three years.”
augham paused, added:
But no writer likes to die with

FOR EXHIBITION & OTHER OCCASIONS

} raise it to 35.

It’s a very strange thing-—I sup-
pose it’s the result of the war
people seem to develop much
more slowly now.

When I was young, people got

omething of a name in their early

twenties—-for example, Max Beer-
and Rudyard Kipling. I
brought out my first novel when
{ was 23.

But now, of course, it must be
remembered that lots of people
who would otherwise have been



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auee Mnrin”. =t the Columbus Day party at the Spanish Embassy.

camebes Dev neste sf She Repent Sete.

In Aid Of Charity
BINGO PARTY organised by

the Committee of the Almair
Home -will be held at the
Yâ„¢M.P.C, on Saturday, November
ist,

An admission of $1.00 will cover
xpenses for chances in the gamés

refreshments will be 6n sale.
Arrong the very attractive prize
theve will be a $25 cash prize
This Party is in aid of the Home
as well as other Charities and the
public are asked to do their bit as
t will help make Christmas bright
for the sick

Sisters

ee Misses Phyllis and Maisie
Lampett returnéd honie yes-
erday by the S.S. De Grasse after
a trip to the islands. Formerly
pupils of Queeéen’s College, Phyllis
is now an employee of Cable &
Wireless, St. Lawrence while Her
is a elerk at Alphonso B.
Lima, City Jewellers.

Girls’ Club Sale

FQHE members of the Bay Street

Girls’. Club, after several
weeks of hard work, have now
finished many household items
which will interest the ladies.
They will hold a Sale at their
Club Rooms, Bay Street on Friday,
November 31st,

sister
De

Among the many items selling
at reasonable prices are: —crochet,
needlework, baskets etc. By at-

tending you will not only secure
articles to make useful Christmas
gifts but you will also be helping
this Club to function for the bene-
fit of the youth of our island,



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4.00 p.m. The News: 4.10 p.m. The
aily Service; 4.15 p.m, B.B.C. Midiand
Orchestra; 5.00 p.m, Raging; 5.15
t Souveti of Music; 90 "
eottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m. Listener
6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up and
hramme Parade, 7.00 p.ni. The New
7.10 pm. Home Nows from Peitain
7.15—-10 % pm 19 Tim
718 p.m Calling TY West Init
7.45 p.m. im All Directions; 8.15 » m
Radin N@Wsreel; 8.3) p.m. Dvorat 45
p.m. Statément of Account; 9.00 p.m
The Struggle For Euroy 10.p.m. The
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|

writing had to spend five years a
the Services.
On Old Age

I dsked Maugham about his life
at 78; if he enjoyed that “tran-
quillity of the evening,” as he once
deseribed old age. This was his
answer:—
@ “TRANQUILLITY of the eve-

ning’? I do not remember say-
ing that—but then I have written
a great deal, I cannot remember
all I have written. I cannot re-

member half the names of the
*haracters in my novels.

But tranquillity? I have no wish
to be any younger, I have had a

good time, on the whole

I have had my ups and downs,
but I should like to live for a few
years longer,

I have achieved any ambitions
I ever had, I have enough money
to live es comfortably as I want

to, I have no envy of anybody
It amuses me to live

On The Future

@ NEXT YEAR Maugham plans |
to | i

to go “for the last time”
Turkey and Greece; “for the last
time” to Spain. _
“When you arrive
of life you have to say; ‘I want to
do this, that, or ths other for the
t time,’” he said,
re ee L.E.S.

$13.69
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MARCH 71
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(Aries)—
acting during this
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BY giving

1) to May W \ Tkurdy)—
sufficient thought to your
chores, You will speed gains, lessen erfors.
Be mst Gireful in handling motiey,
property, other vallabies
MAY 2) te JUNE %%
Give each task the time for analysis and
€ nm Win with honours. Heart in-
domestic matters need



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JUNE @ to JULY : (Cancer)—
The unusual or unexpected cout throw

sou off swide. if you are jax. Aspects| n6t only a

€an toward the mildly geneéroiis,. but you

will Have to be ‘“on that beari
JULY % to August %: (Les) —
Tendencits mixed ently part of

Don't be over-sure or snug in ei

Meke friends, and your diy will rin
smooth manner.

AUGUST 25 te SEPTEMBER % (Vi
Don’t sit back arid wait for someth

to happen, Lay ground for action be!
starting, to save timé@, energy. Apply
new ideas where possible

SEPPEMBER “4 t OcTORER >
(Dibra) — Start chetking early to

crowding late hours when fhugle comes
and conditions may not be so favotrable,

Above all
OCTOBER

don't be discouraged

“ te

able one tomorrow increastig Geriefity.

Possibly some néw undertaking or ince

for old matters

(SEEM edn dee puck RREs va

concise, workable programme.
away cloudy thoughts; clear thinkifg
needed

DECEMBER 2 to JANUARY 4%
(Capricorn) - So-so riiys. Make your
opportunities by concentrating on worthy
objectives. Maintain your sense of hum
JANUARY @® to FEBRUARY 2
(Aquarius) — Be friendly bit digrified
charitable yet practical rr
amiong associates. Cur our
Alm high

Some old methods dressed tn new, sna
garb can be very effective. Look to the
future, be fot dismayed with humdrtim
activities ¥

FEBRUARY 2! to MAROH %% rie
y



YoU BORN TODAY: ‘THe well
aeveloped, right-Lving you &§ a shining
cxampie of resfhonsibility, strength in
action, cOfMmon sense and good cheer.
Some of greatest achievements have
come through infiuence of Scorpio, work-
ing against big odds Where you ard
right, Aight! But also pray pr ce inner
calm, and be a good listener rthdate
ot Ja Boswell, noted bioghaphe’

By Beachcomber

7 HE singers in the choir,”
writes a musical critic, “were

too well-mannered.” I know ex-
actly what he means. No pushing
anc shoving. No deliberate bawl-
ng into the’ neignhbour’s .ear. No
robust oaths during pauses, No
dirty looks directed at the con-
ductor, No _ throwing things
about There they stand, as

though they were in a drawing-
room reciting “Millie’s Little Cat”
for the new parson,

Wisdom of the ages

OBSERVING the effect of wet
weather on the temper of his pet
leopard, a certain Sultan was wont
to say, “It never raims but itt

paws,”
(The Book of Mashid the Wise.)

Heav lovely
Never before had a_ British
crowd heard the shriek of the
three cars together. It was deafen=
ing, numbing.
-Report of motor-race.

Diamond Rings

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane

GAIETY

The Garden—St.
LAST SHOW TO-NITE
AN OF BRONZEBurt LANCASTER
YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN
Kirk Doris
DOUGLAS ib DAY __|
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“TOO YOUNG 530 pm
TO KNOW’ “I WANT YOU
Robert Hutton &
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(Gemini) —

NOVEMBER 7
(Scorpio) — Your Mars leaving an. is-| Senor Santos
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ADVOCATE

When A Wife Flees |

By CANON WARNER For what are the real facts
My wife and I have been run- hére? Two little girls, one 11 and
ning a small but busy grocery the other 15. In the cold hours}
business. Four weeks ago she of honest thought your wife =
left me and our two daugh- remember them
ters
She said she had nothing against Face Up To It
me except that I never had A child feels insecure, a little
lenely sometimes timid, A}

time to go out with her.
only shé réalised it, my mdther ih the background—what
a world. of difference that makes

laving away in the shop

after héurs made the business to her. S6mé@6ne f6 encourage and |

a, succéss. and she benefited. fortify Her. ;
"Se has gone off with an Give your wifé’ a chance f6/

Army officer with four chil- come to her sens@%. Tell her you |

dren arid thé childrefi' are waiting |

that you will forgive her.

Then face your failure as 4
husband. There’s more than
money needed in a happy family.
At this moment your home neéds|
a mother_ not “damages” to swell |
your coffers. Admit you have
selfishly put your business before}
your wife—that you have been a|
fool i

And give a_ thought to this!
other family of four children. |
They need their father. For you}
to go for divorce is to take your |
p in slamming the door on}
the possibility of reunion in that!
sad household. —L.E.S. |

|



Tf

if 1 go for a divorce?

Se Short A Time
Yes, you can, and you would
be sure to get very heavy dam-
ages from the court.
For that Army officer has taken
e, but has stolen
mother, AN the same I would
hit it. ?
a te is a — time.
tua’ as been ;
omte's

ich has set light fo your
smouldering resentment.

Emotional storms like this have
& ‘way of subsiding after a bit,
arid reality comes in.

h

A BORN MUSICIAN

NEW YORK, Oct. 28.

will make
a co tour of the middle west

‘const Been an-
Wives Sener Settee Oia s
graduate of the School of Music
New YÂ¥ made his oe at

é Albert in October.

ncho in.



Speaking of his first perform-
ance Biancho sata: “Thie was a
born musician, There was appar-
ent in every phase a feeling foi
the tonal values, a sense of di-
rection and what might be called
sympathy for the inner life of
the piano he was playing. Ojeda’s
attitude towards the black and
white keys he touched was al-
most religious. Evidence of his

his review predicted

7 that “When the finial fnven- sincerity anq refinement was
‘tory of neW talent is taken, San- everywhere in the playing. For
tos Ojeda will be aiiong those me a memorable event was
heading the list. Mozart's

Sonata,—(U.P.)



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WILL CONDUCT NEW ERA
SOCIETY CONCERT

LONDON, Oct, 28.
Senor Eleazar De Carvalho wili
conduct the New Era Society
Concert at the Royal Albert Hal!
Sunday to become the first Bra-
zitian conductor to appear here.
Senor Carvalho who like Rim-
sky Korsakov, studied ‘music



while in the Navy, was invited to
perform in London by the New
Era conductor Mr. Richard Aus-
tin, impressed by his work with
Orquesta De Brasiliero last sum-
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FIVE-YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

29, 1952

Capital Expenditure

IT IS ONLY FAIR to Heads of Departments to em-
phasize that their proposals for Capital Expenditure were
of much larger amounts, but the Government recognises,
and it is. believed the view will be shared by the public,

that the proposals now adopted are very substantial.

course, it may be necessary

of
to review priorities if circum-

stances change or if the estimates of revenue and recur-
rent expenditure are exceeded or have to be reduced.

50. The Government first de-
ermined the ceiling of capital ex-
2enditure which it considered
‘easonable to adopt in relation to

(a) loan funds
me? avalos oe
e ec de at less than
:8,000,000 is small compared with
he normal annual revenues, but
his fact has to be weighed in re-
t of the relevant factor that
re is not in the national budget
tmargin between revenue and ex-
diture to support further loan
For. thi it i posed
' For 8 reason, is pro)
6 Hmit, as far as is possible, future
ban expenditure to items which
fe directly productive and will
t throw a heavy nett charge on
budget. _
-51. The present loan proposals

e limited to a total amount of

,000,000 on which the annual
gan charges and recurrent costs

y be of the order of $500,000.

ference to the latter recurrent

pect will be found later in this
Eeevavaneien at paragraph 60.
52. As regards expenditure
tom “available funds”, the totals
foposed are as follows: —
General .. .. $6,500,000
Labour Welfare
3,500,000

- Fun ts
Special Funds 500,000
$10,500,000

“Available Funds:—
cover the following

Revenue Balance $3,750,000

ms:—
) General
) Budget Contribution
000 a year)

‘$250
» Golohial Development &
Wellare
(d) Vietx Ferth Account

® Aégfieultiiral Suspense
Acéaunt



53. The
neral”

1,280,000

1,000,000
250,000

250,000
$6,500,000

54. The General Revenue Bal-
bee amounted at the 31st March,
52, to $6,829,926, and if the pro-
osed allocation of $3,750,000 over
te five year period is approved,
will leave—subject to unfore-
ten windfalls—a nett reserve of
5,000,000 to cover the working
apital of the Government and
mergeney exvenditure.

Other Reserves

There , Of course, other Re-
nves, e Revenue Equalisation
und now standing at roughly
1,250,000 and the Special Reserve
und at over $500,000 were creat-
a for ific purposes and have
bme rel@vance to the general re-
*rve position,
55. It is proposed to maintain
e present budget contribution of
250,000 a year to capital expendi-
re, but to review the position in
55 to —— Ri sel 2 ere
ount could prov’ e
ould be appreciated that to
e extent this contribution to-
her with the provision of de-
Petes capital expenditure
thin the budget ($400,000 pro-
osed in paragraph 46) provides
possible cushion between recur-
cE revenue and recurrent ex-
nditure .
56. Of the United Kingdom
ant of $3,840,000 to Barbados
der the Colonial baphtoey omige
id Welfare Act, there remains an
Balance of roughly

,000.

57. The Vieux Fort Land Set-
ement Scheme has a balance of
fughly $270,000 against which
flere may be some small debits yet
| be cleared. It is proposed to

these funds towards the cost
one of the Agricultural schemes
foe in the plan.

. The Agricultural Suspense

count, amounting to roughly
0,000 represents the accumu-
oe revenues to 31st March, 1952,
sin

tima

from the agricultural and
Stations established from



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grants made from Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare Funds. Per-
mission will be sought to utilize
the balance as proposed.

PART IV
Summary
59. The current budget as ap-

proved is as follows: —
Basic Recurrent



Expenditure $10,207,389
Subsidization 1,076,780
$11,284,169
Contribution to Capi-
tal Expenditure .. 250,000
Departmental non-re-
current. a 515,125

$12,049,294

This total will be reduced by
$615,125 during the next five
years,

60. It is with the increased re-
current costs that the greatest
difficulty has been experienced. It
is likely that the additional present
and potential commitments of the
Government (apart from this
plan) will exceed $1,000,000 in
recurrent expenditure during the
next five years. The potential re-
surrent costs of the five year plan
amount to roughly $1,220,000 a

year.

It is possible, therefore, that
the fifth year the total waa will
be of the order of $13,720,000,

61. It will be recalled that the
national average revenue was

laced at between $11,000,000 and
12,000,000 and also that the addi-
tional annual revenue sought ap-
proximates $1,500,000,
latter figure does not take
account of. —

(a) the temporary increase in
revenue which arises from the
actual capital expenditure and
which is substantial—but it is
not a recurrent receipt;

the permanent increase in

revenue which results directly

and indirectly from a develop-
ment programme;

the refund of principal and

interest of the self-supporting

schemes in the loan pro-
gramme;

(d) the increase in revenue aris-
ing from improved and closer
collection.

62. Obviously, a great deal of
eare and supervision in relation to
revenue and expenditure will have
to be maintained and the plan kept
constantly under review,

It is inevitable that the public
will make further demands which
will be pressed by Departme ts,
but it is vital to the future econ-
omy of Barbados that du the
next few years new expenditure
should not be approved without a
modification of the present pro-
gramme,

Heads of Departments and the
Civil Service must clearly under-
stand that demands for supple~
mentary expenditure will only be
entertained against genuine and
appropriate savings.

Government Loans

63. As stated earlier, there is
presently an account designated
“Advances pending the raising of
loans” amounting to roughly
$2,000,000. It is proposed to en-
deavour to raise this amount
locally in the immediate future.

64. It is almost certain that the
whole of the $6,000,000 for the new
loan programme will have to be
raiseg overseas, although local in-
vestors should be given the oppor-
tunity to participate, The approval
of Her Majesty’s Government to
the loan issue will have to be ob-
tained. ¢

If the local loan (paragraph 63)
is successful, it may not be neces~
sary to raise an overseas loan for
two or three years and then it may

(b)

(ec)





be possible to limit the issue to
$3,000.000 and give later ¢onsid-
eration to the requirements of the
situation,

65. There are fairly substantial
balanees in various Government
funds which seek investment over-
seas from time to time, It is pru-
dent policy to spread such invest-
ment, but the Government consid-
ers it would be legitimate and ap-
propriate for a small part, say a
quarter, of these funds to be in-
vested in the proposed local and
overseas loan. The matter is be-
ing investigated.

In addition, it is hoped that the
banks operating in Barbados will
give some support to the loens and
also that the Caribbean ¥
Board will consider a similar in-

evestment.

Conclusion

66. In conclusion, the Govern-
ment wishes to reiterate that this
five year plan of development and
taxation must be accepted as an
outline of the Government's in-
tentions during the next five years
and in particular the limits of ex-
penditure which at this stage it
appears prudent to adopt. It may
be that when the general review
is undertaken in three years time
it will be necessary to revise some
of the présent proposals and to
again increase government rev-
a or limit recurrent expendi-
ure.

There are bound to be conflict-
ing views as regards the priority
of items, but similarly as it has
been necessary to place a ceiling
on expenditure during the five
year -period, it will be necessary to
limit expenditure during each year.
{t would not be expedient to en-
deavour to implement the five
year programme in a_e shorter
period.

It is proposed to work to a capi-
tal expenditure not exceeding
$10,000,000 in the first three years.

As indicated earlier in this
Memorandum, the Government
will present supplementary estim-
ates for the current yéar as soon
as possible together with an indi-
cation af the ee intended
for the year 1953/54.

67. he successful implementa-
tion of a plan of this nature de-
pends in the maih on the goodwill
and assistance in one way or an-
other of every adult member of
the community. If production is
to be increased in Barbados, which
is fundamental to the plan, there
must be continued and even great~
er co-operation between all classes
of workers and employers and an
awareness that without an increase
in the national income (which
flows from increased production)
there can be no appreciable de-
velopment of the public services
which the Government is anxious
to provide.

APPENDIX B

Brief Descriptive Summary
of Capital Expenditure
Proposals

A — LOAN FUNDS

Barbados Development Board

To encourage and.promote the
development of ind es in the
Island, it is proposed to set up a
Board on the lines of the Indus-
trial Development Corporation
which has been recently estab-
lished in Jamaica, An Executive
Secretary with industrial experi-
ence would be appointed by the
Board, who would also need a
secretary and a steno-typist. It is
proposed that he will also be re-
sponsible to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee for the -
eral supervision of the Develop-
ment Plan.

The Board would encourage the
expansion and development of ex-
isting industries, and overseas in-
vestment in industries in the Island
would be welcomed and assisted.

The Board would advise the
Government in regard to legisla-
tion for the encouragement of in-
dustries such as the Pioneer In-
dustries (Encouragement) Acts
and other measures to help indus-
tries.

Peasants’ Loan Bank

Under the provisions of the
Peasants’ Loan Bank (Amend-
ment) Act, 1952, the size of a



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peasant holding which would
qualify for a loan has been in-
creased from 10 acres to 25 acres
and financial assistanee extended
to peasants who are renters pro-
vided the terms of their tenancy
offer reasonable security; also, the
scope of the Banks’ activities is
increased by allowing a loan to be
made for acquiring a good title to
the holding and such other pur-
poses as the Bank may consider

reasonable for increasing juc~
tivity of the holding. The addition-
al eapital requi: by the Bank

for these purposes is estimated at
$150,000. It is expectes that most
of this amount will be recovered.

Motor Tractors—Peasants

The Director of Agriculture has
submitted estimates of a pilot
scheme which could be operated
in a limited area of approxim-
ately 20 square miles of the
Island, It is anticipated that in-
formation would be available after
the second year, if not after the
first, which would enable Govern-
ment to decide whether the ser-
vice be continued and ex-
tended to cover the whole Island.
The initial estimated cost of the

scheme is $30,000 of which

7,000 would be the capital cost
of a tractor, implements and other
equipment and $3,000 would be
used to meet recoverable worki
expenses, Qn the assumption tha
it would be unlikely that the or-
ganisation could be expanded
within five years to deal with
more than four times the volume
of work which the equipment
under the pilot scheme could do
an additional sum of $90,000 is
earmarked for expansion. It is
intended to recover some part of
the expenditure.

Pig Breeding — Departmental
Scheme

The Director of Agriculture has
ted out that there are 21
reeding sows at the Central Live-
stock Station and District Agricul-
tural Stations from which approx-
imately 250 young pigs are avail-
able for sale annu . However,
in view of the rapidly declining
number of persons who, for
economic reasons, are able to con~
tinue the maintenance of sows for
breeding purposes, it has been
fi d that enquiries for young
gs from the Central Livestock
tion and the District ul-
tural Stations are out of
portion to the supply. The

tor of Agriculture therefore
recommends than an_ enlarged
breeding programme be _ initi-

ated in an effort to meet the
increasing demands. Under this
programme, it is proposed that 50
oreeding sows be retaiged, the ex-
isting strength being brought up
to this number by nh from
the present nucleus at the entral
Livestock Station. The advantages
of such a scheme would be

to supply a large number
re of on * ansitty breeding
sows and poars;

(b) that surplus boars could
be reared for pork or
bacon and ham;

(c) that unless some form of

assistance is provided for

the pig industry of the

Island the number of

pigs produced locally

will rapidly fall;

that pigs reared under

good conditions of man-

agement and husbandry
up to the age of 3 months
are best able to maintain
rapid development under
local conditions where
swill forms a large pro-

(da

~

portion of the diet;
(e) that as a_ result of
further investigationai

work with pig rations, it
may be possible to reduce
the high recurrent ex-
penditure on teeds foc
breeding sows.

The Capital cost for accommo-
dation for the 30 additional sows
is estimated at $6,000 and the
maximum additional annual re-
current expenditure is $10,650.
The additional revenue is
estimated at $5,400 from the
second year onwards, It is

itended to recover some part of
this expenditure,
Mental Hospital Farm —
Food Production
The Director of Agriculture
as submitted proposals for the
operation of a Dairy Farm at the
Mental Hospital on economic
lines. He points out that it is
esSential to the proper mainten-
a@nee of a dairy herd to have |
regular and adequate supply of
high quality fodder, and that such
* supply can only be provided
end assured at the Mental Hos-
pital Farm by means of irriga-
tion. Proposals have therefore
been put forward for the type
of irrigation required, the capital
cost of the equipment being
$7,900. In considering the dairy
herd to be maintained, the
€stimated fodder production of
660 tons of elephant grass, which
can be produced at the Farm,
would maintain a herd of approx-
imately 32 adult cattle at the rate
of 16 tens each per annum and
12 heifers at the rate of 10 tons
®ach per annum, Such a herd
would consist of 2 bulls, 23 milk-
ing cows, 7 dry cows and 12
heifers, With respect to milk
production, it is estimated that
in a few years time when the
maximum number of animals are
in production, the daily mil\
ld would be about 450 pints,
‘his daily supply would be ade-
the insti-
tution and would be available
at a cost slightly below the sum
which would have to be paid for
fresh milk purchased from an
outside source, The Director of
Agriculture is of the opinion that
certain subsi activities could
be undertaken at the Farm: that
(a) the piggery be extended
and operated on _ profit-

able lines;

(b) a small number of dairy
goats could be .main-
tained;

(c) there is room for the
growing of casuarinas
for firewood in lower

levels near the seashore
the green vegetable gar-
den be maintained and
expanded to double the
present area without
affecting the proposals
ce for the operation of th»
& dairy farm.

*The greater part of the ares
would be required for fodder anc
sour grass production, but it i
expected that there would be
about 4% acres of land availabl:
for the cultivation of ground
provisions on the Farm, If the
lise of the 44% acres were properly
organised and the area well man
aged, the farm would make a
useful contribution to the ground
provision requirements of the
institution.

The capital cost of the pro-
posals outlined above for a Dair,
Farm at the Mental Hospital i:
estimated at $33,000 and the
maximum additional annual re-
eurrent expenses at $10,505,
including $505 for the annual
maintenance of buildings. It is
anticipated that the scheme will
he self-supporting,

Loans — Housing Civil
Servants

The amount of $600,000 is an
estimate of the funds which will
be required for making advances
to Public Officers under the
Public Officers Housing Loans
Act 1952. $100,000 of this sum has
been provided under Capital
Estimates 1952—-53, Head V. It is
intended that the full cost to
Government will be recoverable
{rom borrowers.

Loans — Hi — General
Tt is proposed to make loans to
workers other than those engaged
in the sugar industry to repair
their homes or to assist in pro-
viding houses. An amount of
$750,000 has been included in the
plan to finance such a scheme
which should be self-supporting.
Dodds Plantation
has already been

. (a)

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A claim by the British Union
Oil Company Limited under Sec-
tion 17 (7) of the Natural Gas |
Corporation Act, 1950 for gas |
pipe line, components and acces-
sories is estimated at $90,648.55; |
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$383,980 being an estimate by the |
Director of Petroleum and Natu- |
ral Gas of compensation payable
under Section 8 of the Petroleum
Act, 1950.
Loans — Higher Education

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loans to students to attend
approved institutions of higher
education was generally agreed to} ull the details


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Handicrafts Committee has re-
cently been received and is being
examined. The Committee recom-
mends the establishment of 4
Central Organisation to supervise
the development of such handi-
erafts as basketry and straw
work, decorative pottery, turtle-
shell, needlecraft and coral stone
work, It is also recommended
that the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee be asked to consider
setting up and running small
shops for the sale of local handi-
crafts on the Baggage Wharf and
at Seawell, and that if this pro-
posal is acceptable to them, that
Government make thé necessary |,
sites available and that a grant
be made to the Publicity Com-
mittee to erect and establish the
shops, An amount of $50,000 has
been included in this plan to
finance any schemes which may
be accepted by Government.

New Offices and Parliament

Buildings | Health
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office accommodation should be

provided forthwith, At the same! ,

time Government proposes to} y

erect new Parliament Buildings |

as was last proposed in 1939, An|

excellent site is available at

the East end of Government

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vide for the new Legislative

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ernment Departments for which

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ional estimate of the cost of the

new buildings, on three

times the 1939 estimate of costs.

SCHEMES UNDER
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Central Milk t
The original scheme for Gov-
ernment participation on a fifty-
fifty basis in a Central Milk De-
pot and Creamery met with many
difficulties, Further pi ls have
been put forward by the Director
of Agriculture with the help of
the Honourable H. A, Cuke
C.B.E., and certain milk pro-
ducers, and the Government is
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Regional Failure ?

OF ALL the failures which have to be
recorded when efforts to promote closer
co-operation in the British Caribbean have
been attempted recently, the failure to ap
point a Trade Commissioner in London is
perhaps the most discouraging. When onc
remembers the high hopes which were en-
tertained and the flights of oratory which
were indulged in when the first meeting
of the Regional Economic Committee took
place at Hastings House last year, subse-
quent activities of that organization do
not appear to justify the expectations that
were then raised.



One of the functions of the Committee
is to act as an advisory and consultative
body to the participating Governments in
economic matters of regional significance.
The Committee it has been wll said is th:

rreate re of the narticipating governments
Yet after recent talks in London whic:

were attended by members of the
Executive Committee of “the Region:
Economic Committee an announcemer:
was made that two members of th
Executive of the Regional Econom-«
Committee would be attending the mee
ing of Commonwealth Prime Ministers :-
London next month. Since that announc:
ment there has been no official confirr
ation that the members of the Executiv:
Committee of the Regional Econom’:
Committee were in any way authorised b
their governments to make these dec.-
sions on their behalf. The matter is im
portant because it is quite improper f
British Caribbean Governments to creaic
an advisory Economic Committee an?
then allow that Committee to overstep tlc
purposes for which it was created. Fro: ;
the beginning it was emphasised by mar
persons Who supported the formation «
an advisory Economic Committee th
such a committee could be of service ‘
the area only if it were comprised of ind
viduals with great knowledge and expe
ence of commerce.

Unfortunately this advice was ignorc>
and the executive of the Regional Econo-
mic Committee is in fact almost synony
mous with the leaders of political partic:
in the participating territories. True, it ir
that these politicians are advised by me~
with knowledge and experience in bus’
ness but there is nothing to ensure thzt
the advice they give will be taken by th-
politicians.

The experiment in providing the sever
British Caribbean governments with <
body of expert opinion on matters affec.-
ing trade and commerce seems to hav?
ended in the creation of yet another ac
visory body in the area with the differ-
ence that the politicians have constituted
themselves as the persons who are to giv
and receive advice at one and the same
time. It is not surprising that a body
whose membership is composed mainly of
individuals with a very large say in the
running of their own government's affairs
should find it difficult to combine the func
tions of giving and taking advice.

From whatever angle it is considered
the Regional Economic Committee does
not appear to be fulfilling the primary rolc
for which it was intended; but with regard
to the appointment of a Trade Commis
sioner in the United Kingdom its failure
to nominate a person to this post has had
two unfortunate results. In the first place
the apparent failure to find a man will-
ing and capable to carry out the Trade
Commissioner’s duties does not suggest the
prevalence of such persons living in the
British Caribbean. And secondly at a time
when decisive policies are being formed
with regard to the future of the Common-
wealth as a trading area the British Carib-
bean Governments have failed to agree on
any policy which could be presented to
the Secretary of State for the Colonies to
guide him in the representations which
ought to be made on their behalf when
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers meet
in London next month. Since one of the
functions of the Trade Commissioner in
the United Kingdom is the attendance at
government or international conferences
he could easily have represented the Brit-
ish Caribbean at next month's important
meeting and thereby saved the area the
expense of paying for politicians who are
members of the Executive Committee re-
turning to London so soon after the abor-
tive Canada-West Indies trade talks.

If the West Indies are to be conc’emned
to being represented always overseas by
the leading politicians of the British
Caribbean it may be asked why the tax-
payers of the area should be compelled to
contribute to regional organisations which

upon analysis seem to provide no new
talent or ability?

If the Regional Economic Committee is
to play a useful role in the British Carib-

bean a change of personnel in its executive
would seem tc be imperative.

oe

|climbed even more steeply under year’s total. But whereas in 1950

Koredn crisis of mid-1950. Raw set by
| material
peak during the first half of 1951, the UK's
and
earnings,
began to fall away sharply.

engendered





















BARBADOS ADVOCATE








LONDON ~ lars. Northern ‘Rhodesian copper
Commonwealth trade 1951 iby Ronald Boxall added 27 million dollars, and
was characterised by a sharp West Indian sugar a further 4%
turn of events which transformed exception, the common experi- million dollars.
heal surplus positions in the ence of all Commonwealth coun- Other large Commonwealth
jfirst half of the year into well- tric: last year. Tne exception dollar-earners were Australian
|\nigh disastrous déficits in the was Canada whose exports for wool (306 million dollars), Uni-
second half-year. j the most part to the United ted Kingdom textiles (252
Prices of most sterling raw States and other Commonwealth million dollars), ‘Indian and
materials rose steadily after the countriés, increased by 800 mi!- Pakistan jutejeama Ceylonese tea

devaluation of Autumn, 1949, and lion doliars over

the previous aygd rubber.
The report
the pressure of American stock- Canada’s small surplus with the the ndorty eansee of
piling purci foliowing the United KingGom was nearly off- deterioration im the Common-/|
its deficit with other wealth's position vis-a-|
prices reached their Commonwealth countries, in 1951 vis Western
deficit with Canada The United Kingdom, the Coumtry
area rose sharply while the surplus of mainly concerned in this trade, |
sterling Common- exported little more to O.E.EC.
wealth was nearly the same. countries than in the previous
the prosperity In short, Canada last year got year, but its imports from, this
in Commonwealth the pezt ci Lo: worlds, since the @rea increased by over 50 per
raw material producing countries prices of her raw material and ©ent. to nearly £900 million.
by the high price of their pro- other exports dia not fall to the "s €xports to West
ducts—the volume of exports in same extent as those of Sterling European markets fell sharply,
most cases actually fell between :aw materials while the cost of while her imports from Europe
1950 and 1951 — gave rise to a her raw maierial imports was almost doubled. Colonial exports
clamorous demand for imported much lower at the end of the to Western Europe rose by 40
goods. This demand continued to year than it had bein at the per cent. but their imports from)
grow throughout the year, wita beginning. The effect of this 1t were more than twice as large |
the result that the surpluses built improvement in Canada’s terms of a8 in 1950. South Africa and New)
up in the first half of the year trade was to transform a deficit Zealand maintained their exports)
were greatly diminished and, in of 340 million dollars in the first to this area, but imported from
some cases, even wiped out half of the year into a surplus of it on a much heavier scale than)
during the second half-year. 218 million dollars in the second in the precéding year, while)
half. India and Pakistan also increased}

thereafter sterling
particularly of dollars, the overseas

Mean while,

A report on Commonwealtt The 5 hei :
. ; movement in the terms of their imports from European

trade in 1951, just published by trade had a reverse effect on the Sources.
I Commonwealth Economic trading positions of the sterling Fimally, the. report records a
ommittee, underlines the seri- jaw material producing countries, large €xpansion im Common-

The fall im the price of their pro- w¢alth-Japanese* trade in 1951.

(aris of this sudden deteriora-
ducts, coupled with the growth The largest increases in imports

the trading position of the

sterling countries. And it shows of their

Be: imports, was not the only from Japan were those of Aus-
nee gy Ms Saas ©! factor in operation. While the tralia (£23 million larger than |
its wen Mated te he coun- indexes for export prices fell iz in 1950 at £35 million) and
i ‘the Pires to movemeD:s these countries, those in the Pakistan (£26. million larger at

price of their chief raw
materia] products.

Thus a 50 per cent. fall in the
price of wool between the first
and the second half of the year

United Kingdom and Canada £46 million). All other Common-
continued to rise, the counterpart wealth countrie:
of ‘this movement being a rise ia tion of Canada, increased their

other Commonwealth countrie
was materia ans - ;
@ material factor in tra Therefore, whereas these coun-

forming an Australia

£A186 ‘million in the six months (er S#ined the benefit of high
from January to June into a
Geficit of £A215 million between
July and December. (A further

year.

Largest Increase

rew material prices in the first ven Ge caeet

half of the year, the same factor over the

Canada
increase

with the excep-|

the import price indexes of most imports from Japan during the|

previous year’s figures |



oo ageins them. later qt sold £25 million worth of Goods
year whep these high prices to Japan, agains: only £7 million

began to be reflected in the cost j, 1950. Australian and Pakis

of their imported manufactures. exports to Japan each fell by “10

cayse of the deterioration was
the fact that Australian imports
in the later months of 1951 were

30 per cent higher than in the M 2 . million, compared with 195
na Malayan Rubber And 0,
earlier months of the year) The Commonwealth Ecomoni- ne _ Other Commonwealth

Fall in Prices Committee’s report adds empha- Aries sold slightly more to

The fall in the prices of jute sis to the importance of the part Japan than in the previous year.

of India and
Pakistan errant the two half-
‘| years, and even sharper falls in
the price of rubber and tin wer-
important factors in changing
the surplus of £225 million.earned

with the dollar world. Malayan
rubber was again the Common-
wealth’'s biggest dollar-earner
adding 436 million dollars to th
Sterling area's

and Japan is shown by the fact

pa between
million in 1948, by 1951 it
reserves. Malayan increased to £256 million. er

\ : ‘ ° tn .exports, though badly hii * All references

are cee territories in the during 1951 by the. cessation of wealth-Japanese eke ok

7 Bani = the aibaaat nae of a stockpiling, reabed clude the Colonia) territories,
alt. another 30 million dollars. Detai ra :

ee duane te : r 3 @ils of trade between the

plus to Gold Coast cocoa earned 76 Coloni

deficit o>, in some cases into stil] mill i ' ae in ee eee

: or 3 5 jon dollars > z i i

flinst Gondwana on collars and cocoa from published in the C.E.C.

another 37 million dol-





report. —L.E.S.

Venice drifting up and down, passing
To, The Editor, The Advocate, other gondolas — some gaily lit
SIR,—I feel that I must write “th paper lanterns, to hear the
this letter in reply to the Article 8°Mdoliers singing old Italian
which ippeared in the Evening a all this is enchant-
Advoca entitled “Now Know . could infin
Why. They call it Bridge pA Sighs” | Il ean! only say now that I am tablet ene itumn-on> this
by Eve Perrick. I know that it is P&PP¥ to have had the privilege “Is jt—not just crass j
frightfully fashionable” today to Of visiting Venice, even if I —but indescribable igncrance ty
: 9

debunk anything which has not SPould never see it again. s “that c
i created during the last few WANDERLUST mands that ‘Tovalty ‘should “be
been mands that loyalty should be

years of the twentieth century : * shown to the T'

2 7 bs ; ; e Throne an
eres I give a few of my impres- National Anthem I will suggest to Pane
Sete, “anice? They ate slightly re mer The Advocate. turn to school, or, keep handy

ent from Eve Perrick’s. ,—There appeared in las eye: i it-

I went to the City of Venice Sunday's issue, a lengthy diatribe Sania iaes av odes ai ot
expecting that it would be mod- Written by one ‘Pensant’, levelled when attempting to write to the
ernized and not like. the mental against the Barbadian ‘masses’; Press—a medium by which ; z :
icture I had formed. I was wrong. and to make use of a paradox learn; this will be doing the wee
ae is lovely and remains for (all mine) I was amusingly ing public a great servic a
9 most part as it was during annoyed with the presentation. Let me also remind “her,
her ae bundneds of years ago, acne Cnsanine. the pre to take maybe draw to her attention er

p ru eo ce e ayin f ime: i
Mediterranean. It is unique as it National Anthens ar that ae fase a ihinkting the c aly Fr >
was built in the sea with only a just it) as “crude rudeness” js dom’ we enjoy co ve
group of islands as its foundation not honest. The masses must fail BRUCE HUSBANDS
and the Venetian Sea as its streets. to recognize anything which bears Bridgetown, ae

The incredibly beautiful Church no other significance to them, Oct. 20th, 1952.
of San Marco was begun in the than that of a grand finale to a Re C ;
tenth century to honour St. Mark. dance, concert, or any public orig emp mentery
the patron Saint of the Venetians. function. It is also ridiculous to To the Editor, The Advocate—
Each time the Venetian sailors say, that “this seeming discourtesy Ro eoo. e, November ~ Races
eturned from a successful voyage may be the result of crass ignor- ve soon be Here and I would
they took gifts of gold, marble ance of the connection of ever like to make a suggestion to the
and wood to adorn the Church of Barbadian with the Queen a Turk cies mibich 1am sure every-
heir patron Saint. These gifts England, ... .” eae Mena Sport. of
added to the beauty of the Church 1 would’ like to know~ from Mines” will second,
for_six centuries, whence cometh’ ‘Pensants’ t It is this: Now that, generally

The gracious architecture of the formation that Batbados was dis. *P°@*im8. more horses run in each

covered by the English ? me ace than ever before, it is very

oalaces, the beauty of the paint-
ings, the almost edenaetade 'p difficult for the spectator—uniess,
ensant’ would recall for @ he is an expert and possesses;

‘talents of the glass and lace moment th

. : e origin of the word i

ie eae an he bore detl yt Be fo. stich hrs eae

ppp tees, = oe aerate — May I suggest to ‘Pensant’ that alt Ge oe K A the
s 7. people who she learn some more of Barba- spectator who han oe he bom

were also highly successful 4g;
nariners and merchants, They had dian History ? st has an even mere difficult

, I do agree, “that in every well jot

he talent which is almost non- Ty well job since he hag»to try to follow
xislent these days, of combining peleocee poe, +. +. there two horses at "the Same time.
business success with the ereation }* Bg ok ged head,” but Now the Turf Club could help by
of real, lasting beauty, The Vene- onced communities ote teat” making some arrangement with
tian mastery of the Mediterran- {y,°°" Commun ties etc., etc. . .. the local wired system by which
‘an has long since passed but the 4) Pah *P at (I hope I'm in- their race commentary could be
bemuty they created tf there cluding aes that no child relayed in the stands and on the
for those with eyes to see it and Patio or any respect, or “pasture”. I derstand that
the heart and understanding to attention, for that matter, to a commentaries on the races are
appreciate it, parent that is far’ removed broadcast in the stands both in

socially, spiritually, or fiman- Australia and in the United
Certainly, the Grand Canal is cially: hence, the respect paid. to States, ’
the most beautiful of all. $ one the Crown, or ruling Sovereigns; Might I also suggest to the
explores the slum areas any @Md no amount of teaching or local wired broadcasting system
weat city the streets are smelly, brow-beating can alter the oman. that they have two commentators
even so are the “alleys” in Venice, tion, I do sincerely think that —one in the Stand as usual and
As for the gondolas—I loved them, the solution lies in changing our one on the other side of the track
They are made to-day in the status from that of ‘British In this way we would get a more

@ were mentioned’ From whenc
© cometh they? Certainly Barbadians

can say or do very little in grati-
tude for the recreational centres---
the upkeep for which they have to
pay, despite the fact that they
must pay special fees for their
usage whenever so required. I

same designs in which they were ebjects’ to ‘British Subjects.’ accurate commenta

fashioned many years ago.-The Those of us who are capable lives of the compe tateie San
gondoliers are amazingly adept of thinking, and willing to face be much easier

%t handling them and steering facts, know that our personal Yours ete

them and their calls to each other freedom is about the same under - JOHN DALE.
vhen turning a corner can never any ideology, or nationality; with A Boon

the exception of the U.S.A. th
— t bal : } South Africa. a
irranges the price of a “voyage” know that the colonies are not
vefore entering the gondola 80 ‘iabilities to Great Britain’ nor SUnday issue that the Royal
‘fter that is done there is nothing never have they been. The wide Bank of Canada be opening
‘to do but sit back and enjoy it. world knows how far the gener- @ ranch at'the Village, Balmoral
he Writes Gah s alk of Osity of the English stretches, and Gap in December,
Pook i "Ge < i. ge when and how they invest money. _ This will be a great boon to all
pean the Cénale aie “toot? The We also know wat grand wants oo living in Hotel area,
hops around’ the BduaMe of Hah the colonies are’ to the British winter visitors and local residents

“ compared to a taxi blare.
* commana a oe To, The Editor, The Advocate.

We also SIR,—I saw with delight in your

Marco are filled with the most SConemy: hence, the go-slow alike, Nobody likes to have to go
beautiful glass — table glass, policy at Whitehall on our ‘Re- into hot it is
decorative glass and jewelry, It spgopible-Geverainant aspirations. absolutely and I was
is expensive, yes, but even to e also know how this island glad to see on return here

have seen it is a wonderful ex- financed, and that the majority

verience; especially in these years
wf utilitarian articles—useful but
seldom beautiful. I had seen speci-
mens of Venetian glass before

can’t be other than » tax-free. Stile a ora charming
: ! +) hopping tre is growing
simply because they don't earn up just a few tes stroll awa
sufficient’ to supply the eSfrom the main ¥
with the common necessities of No doubt Se saan
visiting the City, But to see the life furthermore to be taxable. 4). airlines will «
vollections of glass in ewery con- course inadequate wages are Royal ‘dane cod ah in =e
ceivable shape, design and colour Tesponsible for this inability, 0 Visitors to the island will he
is a feast for the eye, It is even ne must obviously expect the shin 1d odieral n will be
more interesting after visits to Minority—the only other source— {Binet —e necessity of traipsing
the glass factories where one can Who control the wealth, the big- Bs n a change travellers
see stich beauty emerge from a business, the land, and the life- ee or alter reservations.
molten lump in a comparatively line of the colony—-the import _ It seems that Barbados is at lust
short space of time and with #9d export trade, to pay. beginning to take’ more interest
apparently no effort. lot of C. D. & W. money in the well-being of visitors, and
Venice IS beautiful with an seems to go on fat. sa’aries for believe me, that is the only way to
atmosphere and enchantment all Englishmen and much of it has build up a tourist industry.
its own. To be in a gondola at been spent on useless co, ferences, Yours etc.,
night on the Grand Canal, slowly Where then are all these gifts as NORTHERN VISITOR.

and cotton were partly responsi- by the Colonial territories in ,,.°* ,STOWing . importance ~ of
ble fo: the deterioration in the sterling Commonwealth trade trade between: the independent |
trading positions members of the Commonwealth


























WHAT WENT WRONG (COLD WAR ROUND !

JOSEPHINE

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK.
A NASTY little cold war minus Commu-

nists and the Kremlin swirls around singer
throws light on| Josephine Baker. It is between Peron’s Ar-
the’ gentine and America.

Josephine got into it after going to Buencs

cope Guring 1951.| Aires to sing.

Just a year ago a hot war of words broke
out on Broadway over her. Because she is 2
Negress, she claimed, she was treated rudely
and denied food for an hour in the smart and
snobbish Stork Club. Gossip columnists
some of whom frequent the Stork Club, took

sides.

Now in Buenos Aires she is quoted as say-
ing: “The U.S. is a barbarous land living <
false Nazi-style democracy. Praise God for

men like Peron.”

SAYS the New York Post, which defendeu}}
her in the club row: ‘With pain and sorrow |i
we note that she is apparently willing to]
| play into the hands of totalitarian regimes. i

She should know better.”

Says columnist Robert Ruark: “One Bake:

screeching for a foreign Press can undo

decade of sober Negro progress demonstrat.
ed by Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, and Lenz

Horne.”

The American-born Josephine has lived in
Paris many years. She is a French national.
And tonight in a column, the first printec
hint appears that the U.S. may give her “the

Chaplin treatment” if she tries to return.

days I have been reading and re-reading in

advertisements and articles these figures—

Great Britain in 1951, 83 per cent. of the vot-
ers voted, in America in 1948 only 51 per

cent. This flattering comparison is part

the get-out-the-vote drive. And it has werk-
ed. Registration for ballots is at a record

that, whereas the total value of} high.
them was only £26|

CHAMPION Rocky Marciano is willing

fight Jersey Joe Walcott, the man he de-
throned for the heavy-weight title, in Mad-
ison Square Garden again next March oi
June. Says his manager, Al Weill: “I do not
see how Rocky can fight more than twice

next year, taxes being what they are.”
THE official name of the newest “mecha

ical brain” is the Multipurpose Automatic
it—or

Data Analysis Machine. For short
she—is, of course, called MADAM.
THE U.S. Air Force placed a second ord

for a “substantial number” of Americanise:
Canberra bombers developed by Britair

The Glenn Martin Company makes them

Baltimore under British licence. They a1
using the British Canberra which holds th
official east-west Transatlantic record of fou

hours 16 minutes for flight testing.

CINERAMA is going to make four dramc
tic pictures for its new three-dimensiona
screen. The Broadway theatre showing th.
first cinerama programmes is sold out unt

Easter.

MAJOR ALEXANDER SEVERSKY, th.
big bomber advocaie, calls the Thule air bas
in Greenland “a £175 million blunder” as ;
base for action against Russia. He admii
that it is useful for defensive radar an

fighter operations. But in war Soviet bom

ers from Franz Josef Land, only 1,350 mile
away, would wipe out Thule as an offensiv

base,

FOURTEEN out of 21 advertisements fo
men’s clothing and shoes in today’s Ney
York Times glorify British woollens an

shoes.

WARDENS’ machine guns quelled a tw«
hour riot of 20 prisoners in jail at Trento:
New Jersey. Two prisoners were wounded

They had knives.

AMERICAN tourists will walk into res
taurants in London, Glasgow, Mancheste:
and seven other British cities, have dinnei
and not pay a penny in cash. They will pre
sent their membership card of the Diners
Club, and the bill will be sent home. Th:
tourists can do the same for hotel rooms anc
hired cars. The organisers are trying t
work out a similar deal for Britons visitin;

America.

HOP GROWERS on the Pacific coast arc
mad at women beer drinkers because the,
insist on a lighter, milder lager. Brewers neec
fewer hops, and the growers are left with ton:

on their hands.

BRITISH ACTOR Richard Burton has been
given a ten-year Hollywood contract. He ha:

to make only one pictute a year there, and h
can continue on the London stage or make
films elsewhere, His next Hollywood assign
ment —“A Desert Rat” in the story of Tobruk

HOW WILL YOU VOTE?

CROOK COUNTY in Oregon has been
straw-polled so often on the presidential elec:
tion that householders are slamming doors or
the milkman in the mistaken belief that he

wants to know how they will vote.

MR. IRONSIDE TETLEY-JONES, of ¢
famous English teahouse, is in America to se‘
tea-makers aright. U.S. restaurants make the
worst tea in the world. They boil and reboi’
water, yet will not pour boiling water over

tea.

His startling forecast: British housewives
are going to get tea-bags and they will like

them, especially the new, tasteless, odourless

fibre ones.




































































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2: a i
In Appeal Case

AFTER hearing

District “B” and

counsel for
respondent in the Court of Error suit in which Joseph
Greenidge of Dash Valley, St. George, has appealed against
a £10 fine imposed upon him by the Police Magistrate of
confirmed by Their Honours of the

Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery

yesterday reserved giving judgment.

‘ ee * It is further contended that,
nae “ ban £10 in the constable’s own admis-
ae 8uilty by sion, he did: not know when he

His Worship M. C. W. Rudder of
assaulting P. C. 28 Milton Sandi-
ford while in the execution of his
duty on March 17, last year. This
decision was confirmed by Their
Honours of the Assistant Court of

Appeal, Mr. G. L, Taylor and
Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
The case was brought by the

Police, who were represented by
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor
General.

Mr. D. E Malone and Mr. E.
W. Barrow instructed by Messrs,
Haynes & Griffith
Greenidge.

In the Judges reasons for con-
firming the decision of the Police

lost the

Magistrate, it was stated: “.. The the warrants

S. Sandiford had four warrants
of arrest for appellant for ali-
mony arrears, and that he went

into the appellant’s open yard to

cern the appellant, the
bundle consisting of twelve war- '

rants in all, being put into the Judgment in Christie v. Leachin-
sky, to be found in 1947 1. A.E.R.
The Lord du Pareq, after brief-~
ly recounting the rise of the pol-
\ ice power to effect arrests, said,
On approaching the appellant, “The principle established by the
0 D started to unbut- authorities are agreeable to corm-
ton his shirt pocket so that he mon sense and follow from the
warrants governing rule of any law that a
which he had for the appellant man is entitled to his liberty and
and read them to him, but at this may, if necessary, defend his own

suddenly freedom by force.
moved away and ran towards the person has a lawful reason for

constable’s shirt pocket,
of which was buttoned.

Ran Towards Door

the flap

the constable

might take out the

moment the appellant

both

warrants, a
which we are asked to conclude
that he could not know if he had
them when he arrested Green-
idge. But a little reflection will
show that this conclusion is not
necessarily correct. We are satis-
fied that when the constable be-
gan to unbutton his shirt pocket,
he still had the warrants on him;
furthermore, there is nothing to
show that’ he completed the un-
buttoning of his shirt pocket be-
fore arresting the appellant and
represented so afforded an opportunity for
the warrants to be lost, We there-
fore conclude that
of making the arrest he still had
. . in his ssession,
evidence in support of the charge and that the arrest ne teed
is briefly, that the constable W. This being so, we hold that the

appellant was rightly convicted.”

Affected Liberty

execute these warrants, The Mr. D. E. Malone said that upon
Warrants were tied together with the subject of arrest
several others which did not con- #ffected the liberty of the subject,
whole he proposed to
taken from Lord Du Parcq’s

appellant and

fact from

at the time

was lawful.

and as it



read a passage

“offence”.

If any other
wife.

door. the constable pursued and seeking to deprive him of that

held him; he resisted; the two of liberty, that person must, as a
struggled and fell to the general rule, tell him what the
ground; a hostile crowd gather- reason is, for unless he tells, he
ed; and the constable was attack- cannot
@d by another man, Brown; as a to arrest or to be blamed for re-
appellant sisting. The right of arrest and
submitting are cor-
arrested relative. This liberty is applica-
Brown for obstructing him in the ble both to arrests in execution
and was of civil process and to arrest on
in so doing by one criminal charge.”

As the passage, and in fact the
attacked whole judgment pointed out, an
with stones and a piece of metal arrest was an impingement of a
Clement person’s liberty. That liberty the
Greenidge, as a result of which law jealously protected, and ac-
the constable was wounded and cordingly the burden
Brown escaped. After Brown’s the person affecting the arrest—
escape, the constable discovered whether civilian or police officer
that the warrants were all lost. —to prove that

them

result
escaped,
The constable

of which the
then
execution of his duty,
assisted
Charles Sealy. Both the constable
and Sealy were now

pipe by a fourth man,

For the appellant it is
denied that the

the duty of

be expected

not permitted. That that
scuffle between could not,
him and the constable took place, doubt, for the good reason that
but it has been strongly contend- the law regarded an arrest, unlike

he

ed on the authority of Horsfield a prosecution,

vs. Brown (1932 1 K.B. 355) that consequently demanded justifica-
the constable had _ tle tion.

unless
warrant in his possession at the
time he arrested the appellant,
the arrest was illegal, and that
the appellant could not rightly be
convicted for assAulting him in
the execution of his duty.

No Disagreement
With this proposition

the facts, The constable’s evi-

dence is that when he went to to satisfy Your Lordship,
the spot, he had the warrants in Honourable Judges of the Court
his pocket, and we see no reason of Appeal quite failed to appreci-~

Of Criminal Nature

h
ones
dents,

against
criminal nature,
of law the respondents
there can be no disagreement, but case, but they had to prove it be-
it is first necessary to determine yond a

burden,

being upon
and the charge preferred
his client

reasonable doubt.
“This point, as I hope shortly

whatever to doubt his testimony ate,” he said.

on this point. It is true that one

dine Samuels,
looked at his pockets
they seemed

states that

thing in them, but this was evi- things:—
the constable had affecting the arrest was a police

not only by the officer, (2) that the police officer
and was in the due execution of his
Clement Greenidge; consequent- duty, and (3) the assault as laid.

They for the

rested the appellant he had the denying that the
proved to the

dently after

been attacked
eppellant, but by Brown
ly it does not help us to decide
whether when the constable ar-

warrants in his possession.




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execution of his duty.

It was of the utmost importance
to observe that the arrest which
the police officer was endeavour-
ing to carry out was not an ar-
rest for what the criminal juris-
diction Act of 1925

As the writ server
nevér showed the warrants to the
his
evidence — whether or not he did
in fact have the warrants in pos-
time of arresting
the appellant was a_ fact which
was peculiarly possessed by him
alone, It would be impossible in
the circumstances
prove that he did not have them
in his possession,
proof rested not
the respondent,
for the arrest by the writ server
was a tort if not justified,
writ server had to prove beyond
a reasonable doubt that the war-
rants were in his possession, and
that the Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal failed to appre-

was

to conclude.

the case
doubt. The point which contin-
ually escaped the Learned Judges
wes not that the appellant rested
his case upon whether the con-
stable did or did not know if the
warrants were in his possession at
but whether he ha

a reasonable
were in fact in

DIGGING

Never Showed Warrants
Sandiford

that was

for them to
But in any
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was

the time.
said that

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begun yesterday on James Street and Coleridge Street.
workmen are engaged in digging the track.

On Coleridge Street, this necessitated a one way flow of traific
from the direction of Lucas Street. Traffic approaching from White
Park Road was diverted to Magazine Lane for a detour to James
Street. A policeman was posted at the entrance to Coleridge Street,
near the Water Works Department.

It could not immediately be ascertained how far this new c
will extend, or how many lines it will carry. re

in the due

termed an
Here the appellant’s
fault was that he had refused or
neglected to pay the weekly sum
he had been ordered to pay his

The

The use of the phrase “neces-
sarily correct” by the Judges in
a somewhat
peculiar one. While it might be
true that it was not necessarily
correct, to conclude that the con-
stable did not have the warrants
on him; from the words of the
Learned Judges, it would appear
necessarily not in-
sole
open to

had

the
whole question was one of where
the burden of proof rested,

Mr. Reece said that the appeal
was only on points of law, and
if there was any evidence at all
on which the Judge was to find,
the appeal was excluded.

His Lordship reserved giving a



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EXCAVATION of the track for an underground telephone cable was

Some thirty

ble

Six Months
For Stealing
Four Fowls

His Worship Mr. BE. A. McLeod,
Police Magistrate of District “A”
yesterday sentenced Wilfred Gill
alias Kong Riley of Nelson Street,
St. Michael to six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour for
stealing four fowls belonging to
Eugene Donovan of Bay Street
between October 5 and 7.

Gill had nine previous ednvic-
tions for larceny. Donovan valued
the fowls at £4. 5/5 and said
she missed them sometime be-
tween October 6 and 7 and en-
quired in the district about ‘them.

The defendant was seen carry-

ing the fowls in a basket. When
chased he dropped the backet
of fowls.
DISMISSED WITHOUT
PREJUDICE. ee

Their’ Honours Mr, H. A.

Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H_ Han-
schell in the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday dismissed with-
out prejudice the case in which
Robert ‘Browne a labourer of
Bank Hall, St. Michael was
charged With the larceny of 10/-
from Adina Barker of Airy Hill,
St. Michael on October 13.

Their Honours reversed the de-
cision of His Worship. Mr. G» B.
Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate
of District “A” who sentenced
Browne to three months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour for
the offence.

£3 OR A MONTH:

A fine of £3 to be paid in 28
days or one month's imprison-
ment with hard labour was yes-
terday imposed on 28-year-old
Winfield Belle of Bank Hall, St.
Michael by His Worship Mr. C, L
Walwyn who found him guilty of

fraudulently altering a driver's
licence on August 11,
Set Forde attached to the

Traffic Branch at Central Stations
prosecuted for the Police

Inspector Connell of the Bridge
Police Station said that the defen-
dant produced a driver's licence
at the station on August 11. and
the licence number was ¥9591,
1952-53.

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“Strategist” Brings
Sugar Machinery

THE Harrison line steamer Strategist arrived in port
en Monday from British Guiana, under Captain R. A. S

Wain,

Speightstown Round-up

Toy ‘Bomb 9
Started Fire

~ 8

Five-year-old Michael Seale
exploded a “bomb” in the draw-
ing room of his home at Sweet
Pottom on Monday, October 27,
about four o’clock in the evening.

Ga entering the house, his
mother, Lynda Seale, discovered
that as a result of the explosion,
a curtain henging in the same
room had caught fire This she
managed to get under control be-
fore it spread. Michael received
no injuries

WORK ON ROAD,

A number of labourers began
work on a tenantry road at As.-
ton Hall during the week. Previ-
ously, this roed caused residenta
of the area many difficulties aur-
ing the rainy season Another
group are employed at the Mount.
PIPE ERECTED.

A pipe has recently been erect~
ed at Rock Hall tenantry, St.
Peter, Formerly, residents of this
area had to travel very long dis-
tances in order to obtain their
water supply. This move on the
part of the Water Works has been
received with great praise by the
residents of the area,



Five Nurses
Pass Finals

Five nurses at the General Hos-
pital have been successful in their
finals which was taken in Septem-
ber, Thirteen sat the examination.

The successful students were:
Nurse V. Griffith, Nurse B. Yarde,
Nurse G. Gibbons, Nurse GQ. Git-
tens and Nurse V. Waltress,

Eight other candidates took
Preliminary exams. but only six
of them were successful They
are: A, MacAllister, E, Padmore,
N, Johnson, E, Bancroft, M, Forde
and EB, Forde,
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licence appeared to be altered. He
asked the defendant where he
gat the licence from and the de-
fendant said he received the
licence from the Traffic Branch.

At the Traffic Branch, Cpl,
Williams checked the licence and
the record, On the licence which
the defendant produced at the
Bridge Station the words ‘goods
vehicle” were written,

Cpl. Williams who is in charge
of the Motor Licence’ Record
Office said that the defendant was
given a licence to drive a private
car and not a goods vehicle,

REPRIMANDED

Florie Baptiste, a domestic
servant of Nelson Street, St. Mich-
ael, was convicted, reprimanded
and discharged for assaulting Lris
Branker also of Nelson Street and
further ordered to pay compen-
sation to the amount of 5/- fol
damaging a dress the property of
Iris Branker on October 21.

Baptiste appeared before His
Worship Mr. G, B, Griffith, Act-
ing Police Magistrate of Distric
“A” and pleaded not guilty to
both charges.

Iris Branker told the court that
while her shop at Nelson Street
was open for business on October
13, the defendant rushed in and

seized her. They struggled and
in the struggle her dress was
torn.

Baptiste said that she went into
Branker’s shop to avoid a street
fight. r7

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T.e steamer brought a large
guantity of sugar machinery to
thé iSland for Messrs, D. M. Sunp-
son & Co., Ltd. The machinery
consisted ‘of 96 packages, 11 crates,
16 cases and 15 bundles, A curious

crowd gathered alongside the
waterfront yesterday morning
when the machinery was being
unloaded with the help of the
Government crane.

FOODSTUFF.

Another Harrison Line ship ar-
rived in port yesterday morning
from London. This was the S.S
“Biographer,” which arrived wit!
a cargo of general foodstuff and
medicines flor the colony. The
“Riographer” is under the com-
mand of Captain R. °F. Longste
= is consigned to DaCosta ¢

0
COPRA,

Another arrival yesterday wa
the 56 ton schooner “Lady Steacd- |
fast” from St, Lucia under Cap
tain L, A. Marks. It brought «
quantity of copra to the island
This copra is consigned to tre
Barbados Co-operative Cotto
Factory, Ltd. The schooner |
consigned -to the Schooner Ow?
ers’ Association,

LEFT WITH RUM.

The 48 ton schooner “Gardenia
W.” left port yesterday for Trini-
ded with a quantity of Macaw rum
as the chief item of its cargo. The
schooner is under the command
of Captain Conrad Wallace and ':
consigned to the Schooner Own-
ers’ Association,

FOR ST. LUCIA,

Another departure yesterda)
was the schooner “Laudalpha
which is bound for St. Lucia witt
@ cargo made up chiefly of mar
garine and. lard, Besides the 50
pails of margarine and a simila:
number of: pails of lard, ih
“Laudalpha” is also carrying
quantity of empty drums

The 60° ton schooner is und:
the command of Captain '
Gumbs and is consigned to «
Schooner Owners’ Association

BACK IN OPERATION,

The launch “Sea Prince”
back in operation Gnce more, A
ter undergoing genéral all-rour
repairs and repainting, whic
were hastened through accidei
with a life-boat of the French li
er “De Grasse.” now in port, tl
“Sea Prince” resumed its genera
run yesterday morning carryi!
passengers to and from the same
liner.

“DE GRASSE” HERE,

The French liner “De Grasse
arrived in port around 10 o’cloc:
yesterday morning from the
islands with a number of passen
gers for the island, The liner
under the command of Captain F
Prigent and is @onsigned |
Messrs. R. M.yJones & Co., Ltd.

Move To Adopt Oils And

Fats Recommendations

The House of Assembly yester
day passed a resolution to author
ise the Governor-in-Execut \
Committee to adopt and give ¢
fect to the recommendations
the Conference on Oils and Fi
held in Barbados from July 8 t
July 11, 1952,

Mr. M, E, Cox (LL), who move
the passing of the resolution, sa!
that quite a number of peop!
were employed in the oils and fa'
industry... Approximately $10,00
is paid towards labour given |
people who manufacture the pro-
ducts,

He said
highly important to encourage
processing and production in t!
island and begged that the re
lution be passed,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Scouts Hold General Meeting

MANY scouters assembled at their Headquarters,
Beckles Road, on Tuesday night for the First Annual Gen.
eral Meeting of the St. Michael-South Local Assdciation
of the Boy Scouts’ Association.

This Local Association

is responsible for six Scout

groups and each group presented a report on Tuesday

night.

The Assistant Commissioner for
the St. Michael-South Local As-
sociation, Capt. R. A. Sealy, in
presenting his report said:

One of the important events of
the year was the visit of Lord
Rowallan from 11th to 17th Feb-
tuary. Scouts of the sub-area
took part in the guard of honour
for the Chiéf Scout and the Rally
at Combermere. The Chief Scout
spoke to “@feh member of the
Movement=personally and to lay
members, ~ ls of schools, am’
the Chamb6ér. of Commerce.

His talks were impressive anc
inspiring .and his visit ha
created gréater interest in thc
Movement.

1
Lord Rowallan paid visits tu

the ist St. Michael (ist Sea
Scouts) and the 5th Bridgetown
(Bethel Group) at their Head-
quarters.

1ST CARIBBEAN

This was held in Jamaica fron
the 5th to the 17th of March.
QE UR ARQ kl Darlelad atic
U.S.A, were present. Our con-
tingent numbered 20 (7 Scouters
and 13 Scouts) of whom 10 (2
Seouters and 8 Scouts) were from
this aa. ae the host
country sup) 00 odd scouts
and Trinidad the highest over-
seas number, 71. The theme of
the Jamboree was Unity and the
symbol a lamp. It was a huge
success and a grand experience
in brotherhood. All were lou”
in their praises of the hospitality
offered by the Jamaicans and one
of the outstanding features wa:
the billeting of scouts before anc
after the Jamboree in privat<
homes.

BOB-A-JOB WEEK

The groups in the sub-aren
took part in this Campaign which
was organised by the Island Scout
Council, 100 Scouters, scouts and
cubs took part. It was highly
suceessful —- thanks to. the co-
operation of the public, The
Groups raised the sum of $416.40
out of an Island total of $1,016,

ST. GEORGE'S DAY

The Seouts took part in the
St. George’s Week celebration and
attended the service ‘at. St.
Michael's Cathedral on the 28rc
April. The Cubs attended a ser-
vice at St. Ambrose Church. The
“A” team of the 5th Bridgetown
(Bethel Group) won the potted
sports; Ist St. Michael (ist Sea
Scouts) won the Inter-Troop and
Boxing competitions. The St.
George’s Day message was read
over rediffusion by the Assistant
Commissioner,

Arrangements have been made
for 1 Scouter and 8 Scouts from
5th Bridgetown (Bethel Group)
to report at Queen's College and
a similar number 6th
Bridgetown (St. Patrick’s (R.C.)
to report at Erdiston in the event
of a hurricane. In _ ad.ition,
scouts over the age of 15 years
and who possess bieycles_ will
also assistads the Service.

SCOUTING PROGRESS

Scout Troops which have held
camps during the year under re-

view include, Ist St. Michael (1st
Sea Scouts), 2nd St. Michael
(Garrison Sea Scouts), 5th
Bridgetown (Bethel) 6th Bridge-
town (St, Patrick’s (R.C.) ) Camp
fires were also held.

The Scouts in the sub-area
have put in some good work and
at the end of the year there were
9 First Class, 37 Second Class
Seouts Nine boys were ready at
the end of the year to complete
their First Class Badge
ing the Journey. In addition,
proficiency badges were gained
during the year.

We welcome the appointment
ef Mrs. G. Hudson as Assistant

o Rally at Gravesend during June.
Cubs from other Packs in St
Michael also attended. There
were 83 cubs present.

Group Scouters have met in
Conference with the Southern
Area Commissioner and the As-
sistant Commissioner from time
o time, as well as with the Is-
land Commissioner on Empire
vay and island

the Assictant I
Commissioner for Training.

The following is the state of
the sub-area at 30th tember.
1952; « 21 Seouters, 63 Cubs, 88
Scouts, 17 Scouts, over 16 year.

GEOFFREY WILLIAMS

SIGNALLING FLAG
This inter-Troop competition
was held at Combermere on April
28 and was won by the lst Sea
Scouts. Our congratulations to
them, Bethel was runner up.
At the end of the year the fol-

lowing Groups were on the active M

list; — ,
lst St. Michael (Ist Sea

outs) ;

2nd St. Michael (Garrison Sea

Seouts);

3rd St. Michael pe Matthias) ;

5th Bridgetown (Bethel);

6th Bridgetown (St. Patrick's
(R.C.) and Pine Hill Cub Pack.

Three new Groups have ap-
plied for permission to engage in
scouting activities and their reg-
istration is under consideration.

The Assistant Commissioner
visited all the Groups in the sub-
area and was pleased with the
turn out. A report was made to the
Executive Committee. A lack of
equipment in one or two cases
was however apparent. It is
hoped that each Group will ac-
quire the basic equipment so that
the necessary training can be
earried -out. It is proposed tr
render financial assistance in, this
respect.

AREA COMMISSIONER

Mr. Aubrey Dougles-Smith was
appointed Southern Area Com
missioner with effect from the
24th May, 1952, and we welcome
this appointment,

Captain R. A. Sealy was ap-
pointed A.C, for the St. Michael-
South sub-area with effect from
the 15th January, 1962,

Local Association "

The St. Michael«South Local
Association was formed on the
12th of June, 1952, The following
office bearers were élected:—

President:—Mr. F. J. Cole, J.P.

Vice-Presidents:— Mr. H. A.
Tudor, The Hon. Dr. A..S. Cato,

M.L.C., and Mr. R. M. Cave.

Hony. Secretary:—Mr. C. B
Long.

Hony. Treasurer:— Mr. V1
deL. Carrington,

Ex, Committee :—Chairman, Mr.
F. J. Cole, Vice-Chairman, Mr
Tudor.

Hony. Secretary:—Mr. C. B

Hony. Treasurer:—Mr. V. I.
deL. Carrington.

Scouters:—Mr. A. Smith, Mr.
C. A. Patterson, Mr. C. Brath-
waite, Mr. S. Flemming, Mrs. G
Hudson.

Lay:—Mr. F. G. Godson, Mr.
L. A. Hall, Mr. R. N. Jack, Mr.

©. Norris and Mr. A. L.
Mayers.

Group Representatives:— One
from each Group.

Asst. Commissioner:— Capt.
R. A. Sealy,

Island Scout Council:—Mr. F. J.
Cole and Mr. C, A. Smith.

Auditors:—Mr. C. S. Jarvis and
Mr. L. C. Banfield.

There was a good response to
invitations to join the Association.

* Membership at the end of the

year stood at 76.

The L.A. met during August to
consider and adopt the Bye-laws.
Most of them were passed but the
section on Finances was vpost-
poned. A Committee was ap-
pointed to go into the matter 0’
Group subscriptions and_has sub
mitted its
Committee.

Executive Committee and sub-
Committees also met during the
period.

Sub-Committee

The foliowing sub-committees
were appointed by Executive.
Committee:—

Warrants and Group registra-
tions: Messrs. H. A, Tudor, A
Smith and R. N. Jack.

Finance: Messrs. F. J. Cole,
V. I. Carrington, A. L. Mayers,

rs. B. Vaughan and Mrs. G.
Hudson,

Sea Scout (Rules): Messrs.
Cc. A. Patterson and F.G. God-
son and Major R. A. Stoute, with
power to co-opt.

Applications were received from
eleven ladies and gentlemen for
warrants. Three applications
were received to start Groups at
the following places:—

St. Barnabas School—Cubs

Collymore Rock A.M.E. Church

Erdiston Model School——Scouts.

; a temporary measure ar-
vangements for examinations for
svecial proficiency badges and for
issue are made by Local Scout
Headquarters, through its Badge
Secretary.

Finances

Special thanks are due to Mi
Cole, our President, and Head of
Finance Sub-Committee for organ-
ising a Pound Sale and Social anc
handing over the sum of $95.03 tu
the Loeal Association; also to the
Pine Hill Cub Pack under Mrs.
C. Hudson, for their donation of
210.00,

The Financial Statement for the
period 12th June to 80th Septem-
ber, 1952, Ce forms an Ap-
pendix to this port shows a net
balanee to our eredit of $305.06.

General
Efforts have been made by way
ft broadeasts and through the
vress to interest the public in
scouting in general ahd as regards
this sub-area in particular. The
response has been heartening, but

Report to Executive

of course there ighoom for im-
provement and more progress.

A special word of thanks to the
Scouters with whom we are
pleased to be associated, for the
sacrifice they are making by
giving up their spare time to train
boys to be of service to the com-
munity through scouting.

Our thanks are due to the mem-
bers of the Local Association who
have assisted us during the period
and we their further
support. The Executive Commit-
tee members have done well for
the short period they have been in
office and have displayed a keen
interest in the affairs of the Scout
movement and have placed their
knowledge and ex at our
disposal. We thank them for the

services they are rendering. We 4
would also like to thank the

Auditors for their services,

We want to thank the British
Council ¢for films, etc.) the Press,
Mr. Straker (for film projector)
and all who have assisted us in
any way during the period under
~eview.

It is our intention to bring
scouting to the community and in
‘his connection it is proposed to
have demonstrations from time to
time in the sub-area.

As we meet on this historic day,
tet us remember Nelson’s famous

ignal “England expects every
man to do his duty” and take
with us into the New Year the
spirit of Nelson—Service to others.

A Scout’s duty is to be useful
and to help others.

We are grateful for what has
been done for scouting in the sub-
area, for the flame that has start-
ed in the hearts of many and we
jook forward with confidence to
the future,

Total Group subscriptions re-
ceived by the nt Com-
missioner, $t. Michael«Seuth for
the yonr, ee te eis 3
$71.45. , 9 7
$71.46 ald to Local eout Fresd.
quarters and $85.72 to LA.
‘Treasurer,



Rebels Blow Up
Dikes In Hanoi

HANOI, Oct, 28.

Flood waters from the Red
River spread on Tuesday across
ibe plains west of Hanoi as Com-
munist-led Vietminh rebels blew
up dikes to hinder French troop
movements,

French and Vietnam replace-
ments are being rushed to new
positions along the provincial
voute No, 41 in an effort to build
\\p a strong second line of defence
hack of the main outposts strung
along the south bank of the nar-
vow muddy Black River.

A spokesman for the French
high command said the rebels had
consolidated their gains sufficient-
iy in the rugged mountains that
lie between the Red and Black
Rivers to be able to launch a new
drive south into their country.
Some advanced Communist units
have already crossed the Black
River in probing raids.

Reconnaissance pilots report
that Vietminhs are massing in a
four pronged pitchfork spreading
South and est from Nghialo
key base captured in bitter fight-
ing eleven days ago.



Five-Year
Development
Plan

@ Fram Page 3

abattoir end cold storage plant
ior meat. Estimates of the cost

Committee is of the
for fish

of the information gained as a Wwalis
result or investigational work con- {+emities are mont frequently in-

the throm $
re eee ot improved meth- ¢jot) may occur subsequently in
advantage ef 2 nor pk the coronary, cerebral, or renal
ods, will be is “7 “aon the arteries. Gangerene may develop

in the extremities. In the case of
marketing side of the fishing our jate king, the curtain rose on

and modern- the classical operation for Buer-
céid “storane.. Tt e ee ger’s Disease, and the closing scene
recommended that Government % his life was enacted
should undertake the establish- CTOM4'Y artery.

ndustry is-or;
ised on the

ment and operation of an adequate
cold storage for fresh fish in the
interests of increasing food supply

ed that there should be
cold storage situated in Bridge-

. means of producing vasodilata-
town and smaller cold storage tion known to medical science.

Bilateral sympathetic ganglio-
nectomy is usually the operation |
tribution dépots in rural areas . choice in the advanced stages -

ft Oo

of Measures are indicated for im-

fresh fish. it wou fay seem Mediate vasodilatation and relief |
that cold storage and distribution from the maddening, excruciating |
ara the limiting factors in the Pim in the legs. The technique
preduction of green vegetables applied in this operation demands
and in the reduction of prices to a the highest skill that can be found
level within reach of a greater ‘"
proportion of the population, The should be proud in having sueh

, rage facili- 9 Surgeon in her midst—a true son
ties and the operation of market- f the soil.

units. in other places (first at
Speightstown and at Oistins), It
is also desirable to operate dis-

The Director has also stated
that, as in the

provision of cold

ing depots would appear to offer
the best chance of making full
use of increased local production.

the absénce of a

organisation
to be undertaken by the Gov-
ernment, The preaent unsatis-

ernment expenditure on investi-

Irrigation Loans
It is hoped that. as a result of

for which $500,0
vided, economie methods of irri-

pestents and plantations will be

chase irrigation equipment in
operative bas!

Pig Products Scheme
The Government is irvestigat-
ing the possibility of furthering

h the services of th

lo ee ee Pl pig ge have been made available
present imports as well asp ro, United States Technical
vide» products for export for eration Admii

which a market exists,
Soil Conservation
the best ex advi

serious problem of soil erosion
in the Scotland District.

It is proposed to participate in

Buergeér’s Disease or
Thrombo-Angiitis
Obliterans
By NEVILLE SCHULLER, C.D,
D.Se.

BRITISH GUIANA.
Thrombo-angiitis obliterans
ane of oblitera-

1 arteries and

of males. It was
more fully and given its

are being examined, and expert oven

advice is oe sought. hii the
Also the sharien fs tatty oo ——,
t

iarge seale cold storage facilities oan
now essential for

the 1908

pro- Actual cause is said to be un-

vision of such facilities is thesknown, but basically the disease
induced by the
nents in the b stream causing
mecessive clotting accompanied by
.nflammatory disease of the vesse)
Although the lower ex-

volved,

involves any safe
means by which an increase of

peripheral
from local sources. It is consider- }rought about. This is known as

a main 4 vasodilatation. There are several

British Guiana

On account of the ever-present
eee threat of thrombosis
Nothing, however. known Gewnere,
the economics of a form 3 ting medication whieh combines
marketing. The indications are vasodilatation are clear after ap-
that it would be expensive to in- Vlication of sane reasonin
augurate such a system; and in subject,

for esta The. Shute brothers
trib or eee Weal have qualified doctors of London Ont.
—advocate
seus an E (alpha tocopherol) in
factory diti ue tee Bosse,
conditions justify Gov in their Rospitat for cardiovas-
gating the possibilities and eco- °Ulat-renal diseases they use the
nomies of organised marketing, !@"8¢ dosage therapy of Vitamin
E for the following reasons.
1, wee E Sn og tocopherol )
resaliret is practically a food, harmless in
ch and ex a ee its application to the human body.
s been pi is It helps resolve blood vessel
gatin ant clots or prevents them.

& _ asricultural lands of a. iieige resolve sear tissue in
ined in whieh case funds .;° > vessel walls in all types |
will be uired f . of disease processes, '

req or loans to pur 4 4. Inereases collateral cireula-
mahy cases probabl es
i 7 im 8 CO _5. Vitamin E is the safes

dilater known to science.



inistration to ad
Governments in the Caribbean
means of organising
and developing aided -

Steps are being taken to age housing, It is Sdvisable © aus
on © some provision for
tal expenditure in

programme in connecti
Self Help Housing Scheme Seif’ help horsig eatin, with a

however

ways and



WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1952

Industrialists Address Trinidad’s
Chamber Of Commerce

iFrom Our Own Correspondent)

PORT OF SPAIN, Oct. 28.
At a Chamber of Commerce
luncheon this afternoon at which
H.E. the Governor, the United
Kingdom Industrialisation Mis-
sion, A. E. V. Barton, West India

Committee Secretary and Maur- this island

ice Dorman, new Colonial Secre-
tary were guests of honour,
Honourable Alan Storey, Presi-
dent took the opporBunity to re-
affirm the Chamber's confidence
in the Governor’s administra-
tion. Mr. Storey said from time
to time they had declared the
complete confidence the Chamber
had in the Governor’s adminis-
tration as Governor of the
colony. To-day they knew of
nothing that could in any way
impair that confidence and the
duty the Chamber owed him as
“Her Majesty's representative
and the Constitution of this
colony remains as staunch as
ever.”

Mr, Storey said they had read
with disquiet the attacks that
had been made on the Govern-
or’s administration in certain

quarters. They depiored the
threat that had been made added
to criticism. Then he déclared
“at a time when our young con-
stitution required the support of
all the friends of this colony (and
shortly there should be none in
who is not its friend)
we deprecate most of all that a
section of the press should for no
apparent reason undermine your
Excelléney’s authority which is
so vital a cornerstone in the
fabric of the constitution.

Mr. Lineoln Steel, Leader of the
Industrialisation Mission speaking
on the aspect of processing, in-
quired whether it would be pos-
sible to have in Trinidad ahd
possibly in Jamaica a free rt

free. It would be
Mr. Steel added if hoes =

port in
the Caribbean zone. Mr. Steel
said he would welcome business-
men’s opinions on the possibility
of such a proposal.












add KLIM,

pure water,
stir and

you have pure, safe milk

KLIM =: MILK

FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER

Any recipe that calls for milk isa KLIM recipe.
Your favorite dishes are richer, smoother, more
flourishing with KLIM~and KLIM is so
convenient and easy to use, Give your family
extra nourishment — extra flavor -- wich deli-
cious KLIM!

1. KLIM is pure, safe milk

2. KLIM keeps without refrigeration

3. KLIM quatity ts aiways uniform

4. KLIM is excelient for growing children
5 KKLEM anos wourisnment ro cooken pisnes
6. KLIM is recommended for Infant feeding
7. KLIM is sate In the speciatly-packed tin

8. KLIM is proauced under strictest contral

rae

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. 1950 Korden Co,
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| ATTENTION!
ALL SMOKERS

We regret that owing to increases in the duty


















FOR GIANTS THAT
GIVE MILES AND
MILES OF
PROFITABLE
PE AFORMANGCE

of Tobacco, we have been obliged, effective

28th October 1952, to increase the prices of —

TRUMPETER

TO
14 CENTS PER PACKAGE OF 10
AND

PLAYER’S CLIPPER
CIGARETTES

36 CENTS PER PACKAGE OF 20

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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PAGE SEYEN

Five Year Plan Presented To House \sevexo: a

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roe ag cel alien aged Neel tacetane micaie re- r by = “ae a oorciailing House Of Assenibly | THE PRICE OF PETROL ADVANCE
ical.” ber th i : Se g : ere 1
aS was however suggesting that ions, he pointed out that’ they In The House Yesterday. their promises to such people «s = Congratulate BUT YOU CAN STILL

§ consideration of the matter Would be coming with a five year carpenters, and masons, etc. who

i : 5 benefit from the Sugar y« * 4
was before them was the Plan for Capital Expenditure and The House of Assembly met a Resoluti for $11,121 in con. could ae
tural outcome” of the consti- ‘taxation at the same time, and yesterday st 3 pm. His Hon- nection with expenditure ” indies Wreterr! ~~ Dodds plantati oir Alfred Savage +
hal development which began that they would be well advised to our the Speaker informed the certain Heads. eferring to Dodds plantation 7 assiiale = ‘ »\ D R | Vy E | N S T Y L E
2 et i i ouse it he had receiv e A aleott gave notice of a : yes
6, In that year, there was let it be known generally that it > he h 3 cel ed S nat ¥ ott gave notice of ze told eee ae members w ; —_ —, a pe ll pa )
e first time in 'the history "Was the burden of his remarks | Financial, Report on. the Ac’ Revolution for $i tax wo defer tne | Government had approved the terday passed an Aaarss

: i jating the reply, congratulating His Excel-
: issi that they cous. got have schemes Soth September 1952. He had rt to Barbados. icy ae: eee : > :
ee 2 ao by = of development Pithout increased also received Statements of "The House passed un Address in School from the estate: and those lency the Governor Sir aurea
Mirties existed i: the “Binon, taxation. He had made that point Revenue and ©xpenditure for reply to His Excellency’s Messages who worked in the land should Savage on his appoinunenc
.







the + jod ended 30th _—relative to his departure from the , i en a ni a4
t those parties each had dite clear because as he had said, Satenaae ten Ga Mikey. | Beans. cna, te oabeaeee te ee B sang hg te. — New Governor of Britisn Guiana, bu:
policy and were aiming at te Government had not “out of ‘ Commissioners of the Parishes Sir Robert Arundel as Governor sapere | ; wage regretting his departure trom ine
y the blue”, suddenly decided on ef St. John, St. Philip and St. of Barbados, congretulating His Offices and Parliamentary Build- cojony before the expiration of #
a sufficient number of Kesredioes. Excellency on his appointment, ings, he said that it was essential ,,;
the Assembly to put those *®*@ton. Mr. Adams laid the following and regretting that he could not that additional office aceommods. MS. term of office.
into execution. Papers:— serve out his usual term of office 4 e a- Mr. Adams and Dr, Cummins, :
Message No. Jat fe e House passed an Address . - s 7 -or
: He neon ne a 1 20th of October,” 1952 on is saree to Dr. Bennett being with a seen te ‘an, paid tribute to the work or his
B Nothing 8: 4 point that some of the criticism to ey Te SOSMeE AS aent -DIOURE aut to. Barbades to: advise ernment proposed to erect new §x¢ellency and Laay Savaxe, :
honourable members — the fe jevelled at iis Govaiinrhant onan Se ee eee By sakeervation in the parliament buildings as haq been @%4 Said that apart from tus :
7 needed no re- would be that they had not gone House of his appointment as The House passed an Address proposed in 1989, An excellent ©xcellency’s administrative duucs
z—but if the minority who far enough and some of course Governor and Commanderin’ in reply to a message from His site was available at the East "€, and Lady Savage nad “be-
pnot members of the Labour would be that they had gone too | fer'"spstuurent’ SUSE Hobe! If ei'Batuimes ieee etter; «| end of | Government House Ce arbagians in ther atu.
would cast their minds far in some respects, Duncan Arundell, at the B.I.F. next aie grounds which would provide for tude to the common lite of unis
they would see that the de- Anyone who had even read the ECM, os 2. (Governor are The House passed a Resolution the new Legislative buildings, colony.’ Mr. Adams said he did
r-in- e! oO! authorisin, ove: -in- inet : omhainthe : arine .
as ee nee, - = Beasley Report would realise that Windward islands as his suctert Sicecutive Goibmittes Cora ens Ministerial offices, the Secretariat hot think that Barbagos cou.
he culmination of the it was a useful reminder to them sor as Governor and Command-[ give effect to the recommenda- and the Crown Law officers. This ‘8ive higher praise to a non-Bar-
which the oe ee that they had a one crop economy ervin-Chiet a ee aay Hons mete by i, Conference on would release office accommoda. badian than to say that,”
fen pursuing during the past and the extraordinary luck they eee wd n= . oe vy, MUS year tion and the existing chambe Moving the Address in Reply,
” ; t Committee. an a ostpone: ; & ee ; ;
years. had with crops for the last four es Aieol habe Tie Te. -sonden e a pompored of the Legislature ang the Pub- Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the
, — Ps i because, oe yeeta could not ~ ~ ever and Labour Welfare (Housing Loana) authorise Government to enter lie Buildings for use by Govern- House said he felt he was
e o eir enemies realis could not reasonably be expected Organisation—30th une, 1.to a new contract with Mr ment departments, expressing the general feeling, |
i had commented on it, the to last for a number of years yet. we eet ak the Dieter: oc GE Ate. watennecks ee _Under the heads, Available not only of the House of Assem-
of people who had been Statistics for the past 50 years Vital Statistics for the y The House began consideration Funds, he said that with regards bly, but of the Legislature , F 0 R L E S$ S$ P E R M LL E
Bsing or seemed to have been had shown that they had had one 1951. coat ot the Government's Five, Year to housing, it was heartburning generaliy, Civil Servants and the |
ing the Government Five drought in every three years, but 6a, Regent ee feeorinee ate ee tor the Government to decide island generality, that while they | ‘ y ;
elopment. and Taxation during the last four years, there | Offices) |. The House adjourned until at they would have to cut down were giad to hear of His Excel- | You can’t beat the economy of the Hillman Minx unless _.
not seem to remember oa Svea cx a Mr. Adams gave notice 4 p.m. to-day, capital expenditure and rely lency’s promotion, yet they gen- See .
ey ha ng a me go’ a‘

more on the Labour Welfare uinely regretted ‘his having io/ you're willin ; on +e marae
: g to sacrifice the brilliant performance of
ELabour Party had three a atone teat nee ee een allegations had prevented them Fund recently startled him by not i did not consider [°#¥@ before the end of his usual | ” ; :
cppeell a pre CE mad e long time, was such that they from studying the memorandum even knowing that the revenue Yt °the housing problem could “t™ Of office. Considering how the Hillman Engine and the luxurious fe ce :
tly pursued them by aim “oad to be reminded that in properly, to go through the mem- Equalisation Fund needed not to be aivel in THe building of UCM he and Lady Savage had | ens e¢ luxurious comfort of . P
= ial reform ne mpg Shere schemes of development, they had randum and draw attention to go on in any year at all. They ), uses under Capital Dotintates Gone for the island, , ‘ N
of = Ne oo : the only sugar on which to fall back, the order of schemes set out might draw part of it at any time. \ ith’ the means aT its disposal, *~~*** ae | Hillman appointments. Moreover, it’s satisfying to’.
Desens ne ite ouiiaar The They therefore on that first read- jthere on the proposals of the When it was said that they were ; " * ab ax.

One Thing Apart
: ; and the Housing Board was ex- ne Thing Apart
fy had steadily pursued that 198 of the Beasley Report, might Government so that they would taking money that could be used mining tcothice iar providing

t , drive a car that makes everyo admire i
‘d it was only as a Well have allowed a feeling of de- see that it was on the pattern of to build schools, etc, and invested Cheaper houses, Capital. ex. . L there was one thing apart makes everyone turn to admire its

bg, ¢ se to pad the Pression that the money was not policy set out in the party's it abroad, that was the law. yenditure of $530,000 was ine /!0m his administrative duty that | vine : s

Dn a ena Fiscal Waves there as far as they could see for manifesto as a result of which Therefore the Revenue Equalisa~ ¢luded in the Fertatiwee and Barbadians would always remem- | smart lines and fleetness, and who wouldn't be satisfied

; all the schemes they would like to they gained a majority at the last tion Fund was only like a house- {) . 5 sing ber His Excellency by, it was |

{ ereere Nye in bli re see carried into execution for five lection. een keeper putting aside extra money soees whee toe ee hontite hans the fact that he, in truth and in |
ne before . ee Y Semr years. Nevertheless, they had in They had referred to the in anticipation of any possible Funds”. There was also the tact, and Lady Savage became |
aeelature with a Five the report data on which to draw a Revenue .Equalisation Fund and mishaps. Organisation for housing from Barbadians in their attitude to | from every tankfut of petrol
constantly before the oooh it was a part of the policy which Another form of criticism was Labour Welfare Funds, which it the common life of the colony. | y tankrul of petrol.
y nor optimistic as to what revenue they had been pursuing for the what provision had been made was expected would expend He did not think that Barba-

Srneal 4a debone teittcaiaa, + tetioll of bee telee to ger exc’ last few years and only fore- for getting money from those who about $3,500,000 on housing dur- dos could give higher praise to
ly because, even within. fore what expenditure they were shadowed what they were doing would benefit from the scheme— ing the period. a non-Barbadian than. to say

when he knows that he is getting so much extra mileage



g in the memorandum, that was tu posterity, and where was the pro- ead that, Oe atl
Dygtiegt hemoer patie aus een Sie say, that with the increased price vision for big loans. It would Sanitorium He thought West naians |
that the Government of from heads of departments to do Of sugar, it had become necessary hurt their vanity to be told as Medina tM Sious: ites - paches should be glad that His Excel-

y had out of the back of its for five years what they would do to avoid at all costs ever think- Barbadians that the chances at, ¥arily one of the things that was [¢@¢y’s ability would not be lost

"suddenly thought out schemes every year for one year. They got ing of a retrenchment plan. present of Barbados receiving big: * aber t

; a the area as a whole
1 Lod . the head of the priority list, ‘° .
ch. i tes of the neces- He knew that Government loans on the jon market were Gq Ca ‘ ; Or. HB. ' G.-C ins, sec vl fl
fling . Five Yea Plan, al- Ke Seomndtice and in addition, since the war when they started hot rosy and would not be rosy Gevernment were not unmindful Peat aan ee!







































































‘ a. ee ig the motion for the pa ig oO 2} .
if some of the schemes in the case of those departments to increase the rates of income Until the good name of Barbados 9! the need oor as ue iddress, which teu: Pen be es ya mse sein LUGGAGE ACCOMMODATION
ing out of the blue, on wear ey oe aaeeen ne were always met with the cry: Sena, tn ae eee oe rt Scheme was under investigation. “The House of Assembly have} “panoramic. A lussved setae, elaine 4 An extra large luggage compartment caters
orn, al ne oe rien you are budgeting for more than Would serve bo useful purpose: if Members would remember how thé honour to acknowledge with | pillats to be set well back, together with a tow gigas iri es Pint
ee pare weepeats what trot a thelr technical point Zt On Sas Sher were see he said anything more than that, 2 house had been burnt down in thanks Your Excellency's Mes- | soouneae’ od al ued tela be vielen, position by a selflocking stay,
invited honourable members What, from ‘ + sary (lat over dnd over again and * Black Rock when the suggestion Sages No, 22/52. and No, 29/52, S*?onally Beod albround Held of vision ’ ‘
public who might not have of view, was the best or necessary their answer was that nothing Deep Water Harbour arose for making that house a notifying the honourable House

i the ques- . se f f
et, to take proposals methods of approaching was going to make them lower Except for a deep water sanitorium, so afraid were people of your appointment as Governo:
# si the Memorandum, tion of productive development. the rate of income tax so long harbour, there was no immediate i Pp your apy is Governo

C at the idea of such a place being and Commander-in-Chiet of ii a a Z ri] y»\ i
take the last published Not Commonsense as outstanding things remained Project that called for a big loan near them. However, in all their British

i Guiana, as successor t
me of we Foulsy KPa They could not propose to take to be done—social reforms to be Plan. They had set aside one considerations, they'had to use Sir Charles Woolley, K.C.M.G.
Party, and look a em

\ build carried out. That was govern- Million dollars for a Development the available land, and the ¢ ntment of §
y side. Then they would see pene ct ta Rea in the ment’s policy all along. Board to go into schemes and it Members doubtless remember- Robert een i. Ve oe nm a Re > <

by Dunean Arundell
the memorandum which he West Indies or build a secondary He had never made a budget Might be that those schemes ed the recent changes at the K.C.M.G., O.B.E., as Governor
jutting before the House for schout in every parish, That would speech without reminding hon- Might necessitate loans, but it was hospital. They had other pro- and Commander-in-Chief of ware
proval, was the Govern- not be commonsens®, especially ourable members and the public 2° good their starting there in posals being examined by the

Sele one a oa SALOON « CONVERTIBLE COUPE - ES’
expression on the floor of NOt De, commu several other generally of that and it would little Barbados without resources Advisory Board of the hospital ated is Your Excellency’s TIBLE COUPE: ESTATE CAR
se for ye eee = things to be looked after. 1d see TeMain the policy of the Gov- Oe re ae pee Sek Se eee = ra The House, while regretting entiation
anitesto put before. the unt tee take Of eee aavelap: => ists, they were going to omiae acquiring of more beds. Your Excellency's departure from
just befdte the last elec- wal t sala apart from Capital Income Tax on a cement factory or something Referring to the Head Educa- ‘8 island, beg to congratulate
F Expenditure ‘was food production. Members would see when they of the sort. Therefore, honour- tion, he said that the department Y°Ur Excellency on your promo- )
M@rhaps he should first say that ‘They had put up as necessary came to See Income Tax able members would ‘see that cstimate of the cost of erecting lem, and wish, for Your Excel-
) Government came to power schemes on the forefront, the ex- Proposals in detail that, while Gov- there was no specific sum of @-building for use as a technical Mcy and Lady Savage, “Good * .

t were not a ing and Fortune in the Years to Come,”

smises, some of which were tension of the water resources for ernmen Fst money by way of loans for an- college was $204,400 and the c » Come, } j

. wt nst had never agreed with those who si i cy

fae i Heer ous Trigation, 0.08 to Droviight’ and Said they ‘were not -rpping™ in PETE ey Lomad tant when they: licasl trelning entientod the eet mannnnnaciaiaelemeetisae estos PISTRIUTORS
. embarked by the $e Snable them to extend the enough people, or that the top S te ahton sie callleeddiiens sattectiomaent .

ns, embarked on by t maybe, ena tion as such as dis- brackets were too heavily taxed, started to raise six million dollars of equipment at $80.000. The would be silly to spend any sub-

tive since 1946, me oe o me — = sugar production in and remembering all the time that which would be provided from maximum annual recurrent cost stantial amount.

th were things in the o ne ne on rovide from their own it was a one crop economy, they 10ans, that the local people who was estimated at $47,400. The He said that they were not sat-

. sted oS veatduees mvhicht resouattien wore of the food which had in order to find the money had money would see that they maximum capital expenditure isfied that they were getting their

pted, a 7

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over a period of five years—it was owed a duty to their country to which it had been possible to in- money's worth from the Depart-
y could not attempt until they the Coenen ae ee sicen the what they had satlickes an aver- invest in local schemes. elude for that project was $200,000, ment of Highways and Transport. =
before them the Fiscal Sur- In ma en ut up to them for age crop of 150,000 tons could He knew that a socialist goveyn- and the recurrent expenditure had Under Labour Welfare Funds,
s oat 1 thing as re ent, a srakte mem- sStand—to spread taxation in an- ment being in power, t@rrified been placed at $40,000. he said “I hope all Honourable
he m genera n, - ,

j illion the tax on the poor man’s rum mire their consistency, but hardly be misunderstood when he said Whatever of ever being cajoled
} that five years was a reason-~ tasks they pat Ey eee and tobacco was increased, and ‘their wisdom. They also en- that owing to the super-exports into anything that is going to
eae Ack She = i oe og lita th agar: AA did not say the argument used that they could visaged six million dollars from they had given as much attention Giminish the chances of our
ent, and a reasonable time in e .

? 1 x
eh 1 ticular G they could budget for more than not deprive the’ poor man of loan funds, six apd a half million and consideration to what they building up a_ terrifically high c. F. HARRISON A Co.
to plan a particular Gov-

h dir . . . : . ® .
being a Five Y Plan bers would see from the figures other ection. some people. If they were still in ~ He said he would assure the members will realise that this 7"

Pate in stein, ae the. = sy dh what He recalled the first time when that frame of mind, one could ad- House and hoped he would not Government have no intention 00 r ¢ ar men
that in most countries, it was given in the memo VL.













j jthese items. But he had had to from funds at present available. should do about education. Most Labour Welfare Fund. I throw
iment’s policy. ee vor i inlay a geen remind the Senior Member for St. The Memorandum of the criticisms made on educa- OUt the suggestion to factory
Ge or So se qnaee inset — them. and in many Philip that particular year that Mr, Adams then referred in de- ‘ion were utterly undeserving. QWhers who may have ideas in
were - ’



ne i shi their heads that they are not going ’

1 Soviet Russia, of all people, were tail to the memorandum. Under From figures reaching him from A Astaro g :
al with the Government for = cases, ate hae ee rand increasing taxes on Vodka and proposals for Capital Expenditure, the Education Office on tests etc., to go phe ith the oulene agreement §
wing Marshal Stalin’s examp i picture, til after months of work, tobacco. Such things were not he spoke on the head: Loan Funds "° 84W no reason to despair, The {Hat they ane te on a nach

PYRE ccs on ts enka en devolved what they felt to food, but luxuries, and it was — Barbados Development Board, percentage in illiteracy in groups Der gi ae ee

yed with them for planning a scheme as any Government situ- Party that it was their intention mote the development of industries Years.’ Actually, he got more POtce, unofficially, that whole- |

4 ‘ sufficient.” \ \
i : sking the Written down in black and white He quoted from the memorandum ive to hine had gone down during ad come sovernment’s CHRISTMAS CARDS BARLY \
Bt in 20 tar ae tit” ecaly he Wide Wo believe tobe as food in the manifesto of the Labour saying that to encourage and pro- ‘i petiod of the last five to six ,,,,t nad come to Government’s| e
g ? sale dealers were taking advan- i

years ahead and not merely fated as they were could provide. to tax spirituous liquors. That jn the island, it was proposed to ‘literate letters from grown-ups



‘was made clear to the poor man t Board the li fthe ‘®an from children sage of ~*< situation ge nee ¥
nha ) set up a Board on the lines o = “oe ' ; to rum, but he would say tha = rer ‘
| walbmae General Agreement in their manifesto, and the Party Industrial Development Corpora- As to roads, he would anticipate anyone caught doing that would A FEW BOOK TITLES :—

: his colleague and the Senior mem- . »as
; after all, a general was returned with a majority. tion which had been recently " not get off easily, ree ETE C :
AG Resse Sa li the needs of Bar- He said that his Government established in Jamaica, The Board er for St. Andrew by saying that at this Stage the dinner ad- a Oe con ee
- If honourable members would agreement as to the ‘hey had to wait until th ert ; CHAMPIONSHIP BRIDGE
bear in ming steps taken in re- bados. The Conservatives in the had not broken faith with any- would encourage the expansion oy A , the exp! journment was taken, and on COMPLETE FORTUNE ‘TELLING
ent years in the legislature, they island like the Conservatives in body. They were eliminating and development of existing in- 2*Tived to advise them on the the resumption Mr, Adams con- COMPLETE CANASTA
ould find that all shades of Great Britain, went to the elec- duties on food in so far as they dustries and overseas investments °©St way of handling the type of tinued his address. Mr, A. B, S THE ROYAL FAMILY
‘opinion have agreed on the ne- orate saying, “why all this fuss, could do, and to make up for it in industries in the island to be '@"d in those districts. Until the Lewis (L) next spoke, and the ROYALTY ANNUAL
eeesity: for on up the haphaz- we are all for social reforms, the ‘they were putting extra duties on welcomed and assisted. ffe point- °Xpert had given his advice, it House was adjourned until today.
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TROPICAL BIRDS: (A BATSFORD COLOUR BOOK) 3
"ard methods of the past 300 years only difference in policy being the um and other ve go ed out that the Board would ad- — 7 ee eae ee tr FRANZ VON PAPEN MEMOIRS t
-and adopting a means whereby question of nationalisation.” _ He wanted to ee a ae vise the Government in regard to #.B.C. Radio Notes STEAMBOAT GOTHIC; Francis Parkinson Keyes 2
‘they were not merely guessing. ~ wr, Adams said that he took it land the public generally that the jegislation for the encouragement THE CHALLENGE ; Phyllis Bottome 3
He thought it was only fair to that ‘any Government in power Government had done no more of industries and reminded mem- THE THURBER ALBUM
© the Junior Member for St. An- would have had before it certain than it said it would do before it bers of the group of industrialists Ti PRIVATE ARMY ; “POPSKI” 3
drew to mention that he pressed things for it to do such as better got the votes of the people of the who were soon to visit Barbados. LORD VER ON WINDOM'S WAY: Ramsey Allman ‘
' Government to appoint a Fin- \oter supplies, therefore irriga- country, He said that his colleague ’ OXFORD BOOKS — MANY TITLES .
ancial Secretary because they tion, more food crops, more en~ If members would really critical- would be glad to know that they
went into the House with Budg- (ouyragement for peasants and fou ly read the memorandum side by had gone into the question of iN 5 K A IR
ets which had no relation to a gcnermen etc. if they aimed at side with the Labour Party’s motor tractors, but there would ‘
fixed policy or plan of taxation, increasing food prod§ction. Any Manifesto, they would see that the be some snags. While the Gov- WRITING PAPER IN SETS, CASES OR PADS :
and a number of Supplementary Gove ent would have to make memorandum was written in the ernment could not charge high —7o-morrow Evening PERSONAL OFFICE AND DESK DIARIES FOR 1953 ;
Estimates during the year. No- the basis of a scheme for a five the light of the manifesto, They prices, they still could not make

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body knew whether some Heads year development plan, the in- would see that the memorandum it a drain upon the Treasury by

N : 1 i ; ic .. Since the middle of August the begin to fade and to et the! :
Adm ressed j ood prod was based on the manifesto, allowing it to be an uneconomic ; , ; le anc mee

cai for something, ‘ahd. got oo food production in Wie could think only of one or scheme, Government therefore PC bas. been broadcasting a situdtion the BBC is now bringing :

his way, more than another Head Oe eee their selections cer- may be two outstanding promises was satisfied with the scheme °*471°s of programmes describing on the 49 metre transmission to | :

‘ A Day in the Life of .. mi- this earlier th 1 rC-
suggested by the Director of y e pro| area earlier than usual, Effe
ae oS coned the tain Suna, bas a ibe Sema Unaae mad if tae in aoe Agriculture. y o" nent officials, To-morrow this tive from Sunday, 26th Octobe:
He would ask the forebearance eg svandined anything: only oil tomorrow, they would be wn me here Femina honour- fake Clad oe Gas Ge - uN tte ber faewantace’ |
of the House to quote himself— | nt there were undertaken. He felt that no able members that you are not ar NA MAINS ee ee) ae Ie Be FOL |
an atrocious thing to do—on £ scosie un tae before such single country could normally going to be asked to vote any- ag sata the West ne !
what he said on the floor of the Pi" "s a Government Printing plan five years ahead, and hope thing tonight. Everything has to Indi Sir Arth fk: oath aes 4.00 to 6.00 p.m.-—-25.53 metres
House at the time of the last } on As between more beds at not to have modifications. Russia Come as a separate item and it is me, oe Se Arthur Bicharty: WHO ; mines
he felt that the time .

I . : ; 11.75 ycles
budget; that the Hospital and a Government had had to change and change her UP to the House to say: you “@S8 Governor of Jamaica in_the megacycles

roe

rm ‘ ” 1 il- 6.00 ’ MB). 32 Ps,
had come to abandon the ad ne Printing’ Press, nobody could plan as time went on, not because brought this down too quickly. With tha” tan ene a — 3 deca 32 metres,
methods of sending down 6 " it was a Communist country, but Ni iji 6.00 to 11.00 2.mM.—49.71
budget, and adopt a budget for a hesitate. because they were a country of Housing Loans oe, Gants and Fir res 35 Oe
long period. Cut By Half human beings and any country , He said that they were agreo- ind left Jamaica to become Gov- BB geran 6.08 megacycies ‘i
Appropriate nett 4 housing, Mr. might find circumstances altering, "8 to the principle that the \/%0r roe Ears esha te Gattny ine Waet’ Indika eee
iate that he re- On the question of how » Mr. e ei » items were those which needed North Borneo he had spent many Calling th es ndies pro- FOR THE RAINY SEASON
It was appropriate iq Adams said honourable members and they would have to alter. priority. years in Malaya, Hig experience grammes between 7.15 and 7.46 We g ly ¥ sit}
members of what he said ould realise that he spoke with Government had endeavoured to the question of loans for °f the subject of representing and p.m. daily will now be broadcast e Can Supply Tou win...

in March of ‘this year, and he some feeling when schemes for the best of their ability so to plan ena

itici : . administeri British ‘Colonies is in the 31 and 49 metre bands 7
would anticipate such criticisms had been cut down by, in order to provide against fore- pire, tt, DOS be i cedale esicemsly Wide and, {4 The BNO engineers who are ban-
ight be levelleg at the Gov- housing n ther ble difficulties. alterati d thought it was rather amazing t e aa aH ; ; . ro
. ‘when he will have sat half and even again by ano’ seeable difficulties, alterations and that all along in the past, the fbably unrivalled. Over a period tinually trying to improve. recep-
,

half. For a particular kind of circumstances. It was not true ‘wer -e of some forty years in the Colo- tion which is not always good at
down, on the taxation pro) ful housing scheme, Government felt to say that Govérnment were mak- ae aod teak tae ot ae nies Lord Milverton has seen many this time of the year will be very
He had been extremely carefu that on the whole, it was better ing no provision against possible top. Since they had come along progressive changes in the. field grateful for comments on recep-
to ee ee er gen ear Shas as they would see when they came calamity, They had gone much with a plan to assist civil ser- © colonial administration dhd in tion of BBC programmes, These
again a e time s

Speech that’ they could to deal with the memorandum further in making provision yants in housing, he was hear- "is forthcoming talk he asks to be should be sent to The BBC, P.O.
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4 7 is B bin a ainntes RGAIN CASH PRICE

Budget eech ts. that More closely, to swell the labour against possible calamity. Most jng: “Why put aside money fox forgiven if, in this one talk, he E ve, Ma Kingston, Jamaica, AT ABA Se Gauge 26 Gauge 24.Genle
not get social ay ae By r welfare fund and to allow people countries provided for the greater ciyil-servants, why not purely Unable to cover all the widely B ’ k’s ss $3.00 a $4.00 :
they could not get a Five ‘ion, to do their own construction, percentage of their income to re- for the poor?” varying fynctions which fal] to The Week's Music 6 feet TONG oo... ccc oe FS. ;
Plan without increased eee He said that Government was main in their general revenue He said that civil servants “iovernors in Colonies which oe. ahetuces in BEC musical re 4.50 :

me oe ae ie the 1 ub- ‘aot going back on its housing balance than the present govern- would include the police, plumb- '" very different stages of devel- casts in the coming week are tht T feet LOG... ox PT. ” :
ment had all along to seh the programme but iit felt that a lot ment were providing. He said ers at the waterworks, etc, It opment, His talk will last for following worthy of special men- $4.80 5.40 ;
lic of Barbados to Lg ‘o and more money should be used by that by way of answering critic- was of course obvious that the fifteen minutes beginning at 10.15 tion: at 9.00 p.m. on Sunday 26th. 1 8 feet long... _ : t
powss Soe mas nm any- the people on their own house isms that “you had too much sum of $500,000 would not go far 9-™m. on Thursday, 30th October, ‘Tuesday, 28th and Friday aoe . _ : 30c. per Ib. nett. ‘
so; they had never hi aa they construction. They would still money in the Treasury, why don’t if people were going to build the @nd will be broadcast in the 49 respectively—(1) British Concer GALVANISED NAILS « seeecnsecesaan . . *
tune wo Se on ee a time build houses but not is they had you spend it?” bungalow type of house that metre band, 6.035 megacycles iy Hall with the Royal Philharmonic — AT — :
were careful from aa 7 ian started on a big way as at Government wanted to put be- would cost £2,000. If they were #he direct beam tq of and 1} , Orchestra conducted by — Sir . °
to give reminders or their p Tacos Rand, fore members what they honestly only goiny to give persons in the #d 6.195 megacyc ae mm, mn Thomas Beecham (2) three cont HARDWARE Co Ut
i t he had point- It was the result of long and felt was the result of careful higher ‘grade, then it would be Beams to otal ich taey one, ee ies oe (3) Veg °

ee Seeetes bad “s ch and hard continuous work that they calculation, and reasonable gov- a very long time before every- America respectively w in ane composer Hector vie ipicwad ee

= =e. esse. that had devolved the particular ernment would do in making the body could be served. They had give better reception than Ring up the Curtain with excer}

e wo Tr a ae ;

: : | y JSE FOR BARGAINS)
i cin rs from ‘Veronique’ and ‘Monsieur (THE HOUSE
; schemes set out in the memoran- provision they had made for ex- the mefit of seeing how the direct be am, ; m ‘Veronique’ " eu | na pM 3 is) ik
it was necessary to come to _ —— proposed and he thought pendtiniee:. ” Trinidad Loans had worked and Wavelength Changes Beaucaire’ by. Mi ger wi Con No. 16, Swan Street Pusan tie
ree — ene "4+ would probably help some — One of the greatest critics of the Would therefore gain from that As the evenings get shorter the poser of the Week’ at 8.30 p.n

apita xpenditure and ) W

y 5 daily will be Dvorak
nnurable members whose othe "6: on he Eaqualisati experience shorter wavelengths from London dally v :
atten. Government had done hon ible members whose other Government on the Equalisation P y's 5 anh



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ered hana pia ~iythemetmpinsionanmnciansiontontsntnenntets’ {ithietlbibdintememnideapangetamteiieie ss
i = LAND-—4250 ». ft. situate at Laynes a |
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a DIED -_ 6 io | ro SA area residence all modern Le atten
HOWARD—The death occurred of James available. Apply to A. R. BROWNE
William St. Clair Howard on October | A 28.10.5240 |
Mth ot Maimondes Hospital, Brooklyn. UTOMOTIVE Sg SHARES — 383 shares in The Barbados |
Muriel Howard, Ura Howard CAR—One Citroen, done 10,000 Miles, | Shipping & Trading Co. Lid App.y IK }
® , pir € e Cottle, Catford “&° Ne 7. t A
29.10.52-—1n ey loes ta i. Agey Hagan & | Street, iideupen i’ » A teh By A, S. HOP. INSON | TRAFFIC
pr 26.10. 52—3n. 29.10. 52—6n :
IN MEMORIAM __| “GinAsmin acre aon Dam pg | FUE CARDEN TOUSE —Counary| 1 lve algeady had occasion % their places. ‘The second infiu-
JONES—In loving memory of Margaret|1n perfect order. Apply Redman & | Road, St. Michag. | standing on 4 Acres,| point out where how soc ence which determines his ¢
Ann Jones. who died on the 20h of /Vaylor's Garage Lid. Phone 4435 Ehast SS beches of land. Apply, in the British West Indies is tude towards his fellow students In Carlisle Bay
—. from us but leaving memories eet p 26.10. 58—7n merely ae up o strata as _ ease Seen which he — Schooners:— Philip H Davidson.
Death can fever take away. CAR—Packard 8 cylinder. Unused society “norma. phe’ ma’ is really much mor ; , oe
Ever to be remembered “by Viglet, {since return from garage after com- countries s is, that is inf important effect the | pigrence Emmanuel. Mary M. Lewis
po! in among D'Ortac, Lady Noeleen, Lad:
Senta, Laue Rat hhaneet [hie mere With new! Cylinder Sad. the very rich and the more or much more formhal than men. The | Frances W. Confident, 1.0, aailry
Winston (Grandchildren). * ama ee ee Comtsionne af weet iat am Mat, less comfortably well off and the way this makes him act is Harist Whittaker, © Maodaity 1
ae Bo J0 19.10.5260. |Central Station on Monday next the ard} MOre or less starving, But also familiar enough and unpleasant| ““ieter Vemeleo? B. Radar
SEeEEeGeeneeeene j = % = . : - .
ROBERTS—In lov memory of my | PICK-UP — Ford V8 in good condi: November at 2 pan. (1) Ford Van, (1) | into Tyinidadians, Grenadians, enough for it not to be examined
sin tens Ctatane” ‘cmon lice we cos tyres. Mastin’ Dporly | Valaeette, Motor Cycle. fh) Meceing Gm. Dominicans, Jamaicans, St. Lu- here. And the third influence ae. Dean” vee
Se ten? ft asleep on the Mim {a Co.. Lag. %8.10.88—3n. | several Bicycle’ frames ond many other clans and Barbadians; this deci- which shapes his mental outlook | Jamaica undes F. Prigent. Son |
“Sleep on dgar one you: task ic over! MECHANICAL |" _—swancy a. scorr sion itself being further compli- is, of course, the racial groupj “igned to RM. Jones & Co. Lad ROYAL NETHERLANDS
Your paving | andp can toll no more. | in Govt.’ Alssllandes Sisistet a" cated by another one, namely (or, more likely, groups) to} 4° ee aoe tons, from Lon-
Sol tek tee nat claal teat: | “CLAWS Gan G0 Sppemtens. ‘Anal #.10.52—en,/ that. into Chinese and Indians which he belongs. Consigned to Da Conta & Co. Ltd | STEAMSHIP CO
Ever remembered by Syneatha Roberts, ale from, Gteck in cartiage | ee jand Europeans (whites) and When he comes from one of| Schooner Lady Steadfast, 56 tons, from | .
(Wife) and the family. aa ee eae wm" LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE negroes and Aboriginal Indians. the cosmopolitan colonies, his|$*,, uel under Captain L.A a. ‘os. GABING Ro
-62—In. i ro ‘aie , numerous shades iace type does not tend to have] Association ‘M.S. NESTOR, - ovempber. im.
ANN OUNCEMENTS f 187 — $325.00 snoghesee eae Sheen ah =e that’ can be arrived at by blend> an unpleasant effect upon his DEPARTURES 38. SOMKOOP, Stel Neca’ Tals
| fnauities, to |S. P. Musson, Son & Co, | of Liquor’ License No. 17 of 1982|ing these principal elements if attitude, as is to be ie hE, Teter SAILING TO EUROPE
Oe eee eee 38.9:08—+.t.n. | Scent ng 2 LA Ge in xe) various ways. I have also already from fhe conditions For Grenada : SAILING RO TRINIDAD. ©, LRIBO
Do your Xmas Shopping in comfort at —-—--| attached to her residence st Beckler|POimted out that in the more cos-':bove. But all the colonies in the| Scbooner Gita M : ae ioe a, Antigua, Montserrat
Ge Mazsaty Git: hop, where you wil LIVESTOCK Koad. St, Michael, for permission to) mopolitan countries, British Guie Lritish Caribbean area are not | Ms. BONAIRE. 20th October, 1962. SE. Bae Mins Prides
Pe 2 , . u 8 quor mse at a ‘ i ‘ : ‘ vi STENTOR, 1962 . .
find gifts for the ae a. ib; Br ALF — One Guernsey Helfer Calt|°0den shop attached to residence at ana, Trinidad or Jamaica for!cosmopolitan, and it is here that Seawell M 3. == aa ee, | Novem
friends old and new. Opening Oct. Sist. | Pine Strain, Hill's Dairy Form, Dial e eee Christ Church within}€xample, these different races the trouble begins, A talk with M.S. NESTOR, 28th Noveraber, 1952 B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
9 — 12.30 a.m. & 4 to 6.30 p.m. 3723. strict manage to get along together undergraduates who have been ARRIVALS By B.W.1.A SAMLING TO TRINID ASSOCIATION (INC.)
26.10.52—2n 29, 10, S2~mn.| Dated this 21th day of Ostober, 1858] without too much friction t the U.C.W.I. for a few years} Pm ANTIGUA | ae Rk Consignes Ebene 40¢1
Satara? aie a CYNTHIA KING ‘ . find it possible to work and ae oden “ets you” Sane that ‘eer H, Jeftrey, C Tettres? aa M s MESTLA. 10th Sevmie 1963. wee
res . é &s ' . : , EB. ti . .s. ” . -
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS N'B—This application will be and live with one another wit generally find the Barbadians the| Prem PUERTO Rico. ener M.S. BOSKOOP, 8th December, 1952.
. — | sidered at a Licensing Court to be . ; : a OCTOBER 27, 1952 5S. P. MUSSON, SON @ CO. LTD.,
ANTIQUES — Of every description.| at Police Court District “A” on out having to commit murdef most lofty and snobbish and anti-, 5 Warq mM j Agente
jeestanteconastendemen Glass, China, old Jewels, One Silver|the 7th day of Movember, 1952, (too often) ti iots and social of all the islanders. This DP ale pmellh bo SS. AE -
Watercolours.’ Barty Wothke’ Mane, Autor | Cotas ain er b or stir up riots am socia. a e i ls Hewitt, C. Burnett C. Jones, W. Allan,
HOUSES graphs etc., at Gorringes ‘Antique Shop| Magistrate, District. “A. r defend themselves against ong jis, of course, partly due to the|@ Lovell, G. Jones, A. MeFaden, L.| g.
A SHOP Wi Ghunch Suect Spognis- | olming Royal Yacht club. 29.10.6a—1n,|2nother with actual violenc@®'pronounced English influence in Yauaren, 1. evade > ee ,
town, opposite the Church. Suitable for} 8 2 8—t-E, | though in those less fortunate that island: the English, while| Clarke, N. wilson” ee





Dry Goods Store ete. Apply upstairs to} cy A : countries the typical example no a -social,
Miss C. Chandler 25.10.52—3n. | iatcn “Brosh etock Piast Magic Choco-} PADOST & FOUND [teing Barbados, whene there are tend oh Seuted aa retitent. we . ee

“wLAT & HOUSE — fully furpuhed, and 1% Ib. Boxes. Bruce Weatherhead only two main race groups, the But the greater part of the well} E. Richards, C. Chow, J. Thomas,



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St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3503 RM id nt nin LOST ‘black’ and the ‘white’, with a known Barbadian attitude is due|S. Browne, S. Chan Sing, D. Joseph, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
8 | SOP ERS TieRSOL uveRRAYG mn-| —___LOST __|sinall percentage of mixtures, the 0. the racial” grouping to be| M+ Sigman. Chanter aulkner
FLAT —One furnished Fiat, garage and | Coceroian” igath 10. Filles, Mosquitoes,| “SWeEPSTAKE TICKET Sere _u. |ODly terms on which these people found in the island. And the|M. Faulkner, R. Faulkner. Vessel From Leaves Due
servants room. Folkstone Dover, vacant| Stores in twe ae eauing) 9281. Finder please return same to Leon |{find it possible to *tolerate ‘Trinidadian, who ak tends to
in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz. , : each an, ways Barbados
arom ist_November Dial 8666 or apply: | $2.18 Hurley, Boscobel, St. Peter. 29.10.52—in |Otber at all is that they must not be gay and uproarious, does not | jo, DePARrupas By BWLA S.S. “SUCCESSOR” Newport and
5 10.5 Br ‘ 5 ° , IDAD: me
m Fla 10.52 | oe a. 10. 5o—| ——_—-——“ |speak to each other ‘except easily take to the Barbadian OCTOBER 27, 1952 a Liverpool 16th Oct. 31st Oct.
SCAFELL—Fully furnished, situate at| }RUIT-Grape Fruit ...... Be. each business matters and even thed with his inclination to be stand-| Moore, C. Johnson, F. Huggins, S.S. “HERDSMAN” .. Liverpool 25th Oct. Ith Nov.
Station House Hill, St. Philip, within 2 : , ° La k < ; 7 ‘ iti S. Mitchell, % Mitchei, J. Caron, A.| S.S. “TEMPLE BAR”
filles of the Lodge School Yor further | Oranges ‘ ae, estion oO n such curt and brusque tones Offish and his disposition to form Borges, R. Borges, J. Rae, D. Roeti, O|| ig’ « ~; .. London 26th Oct. 8th Nov.
particulars apply to Messrs, Cottle Cat. ', vgn pangerines . 2. uggs that sno outsider would be so ‘social cliques wherever he goes. | Dowding, E wading, P. Greig, G S. “WAYFARER' .. Glasgow and
ford & Co., No. 17, High Street, Bridge. )"' P®UCE WEATHERHEAD eH hts . silly as to think that they had } Cumming, M. Jeremy, G. Litchfield Liverpool 5th Nov. 17th Nov.
EE lS oy verry ey Discourage jhe smallest bit of cordial teel~ «dian will have to take to the)?" TRINIDAD: "HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
UNFURNI: ‘LAT on sea, Welches, | pr ASCALL > ERY — Fresh ing towards each other, 7 : . OCTOBER 28, 1 .
Christ PecatGn. thee paiaiie a eras? oho Giecese ae Bie et he e in the ccenameanaie wouencoal sarbedion 4 Tie st the wiver~ V_ Shiee, Padmore, D. Donovan,
Zoom, Sarage. all modern conveniences. | Tins, Bruce Weatherhead Lid. I ants where relations =.are».more “!'Y is to be pleasant. And he): chose 2 monies, Sk. lemons Veunel For Closes in
, ados Furniture pncyer. ai iy Se 24.10. 52-—3n mimiugr friendly and there.is more iater- v. 2 44 _ to the Sephienn S daeeed: a. Monet “7: stem SS. “KALLADA” pies Se
evening Silane ian eepe PLASTIC marriage, the rez . . ne renadian and C. O'Neal, E. Sonneman, C. Gonzalez epi * Ov.
; tale eae Fas a ie ‘ BIRMINGHAM. said to understand aera Perit Guianese too. They are|D. Gonvalez, J. Barnes, C. Maynard For further information apply to
PERSONAL Raincoats $8.60 each, Children’s Plastic] Counter propaganda measures] very clearly and in actual fact *',"wman beings living together DA COSTA & CO. LTD
; Bene an @ ee The Modern | have been suggested in Birming- some of the elements are ghnow. pnd pursuing the same object { ° pare Agents
Sener ares el eta eae res TOUS ROPES: ETGNG Senge 20.40 hea ham to discourage Jamaicans ingly prone to revert to a wae together. If they are natural | MAIL NOTICES |
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anyone else contracting any debt or | 4ttiving in Barbados by Air only a few 7 ; val ‘ ‘ ;
Jaye afte: Greater Birmingham Employ- i best pow Fortunately for the university,|Géneral Psot Om under:— rane aiehbe oe 7a eee Tan Gale. Hoy "Aaveehie ho tia” oot ment Committee, who ste’ ate ab a er for the student does not take longer) Parcel Mail pt il dior, Resistered SOUTHBOUND
ae Vleck mhaDiesa Ww Rovtesentative. ‘Tol ais, " mane 3 ves at the expense of all ,) ; Mail at 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 | Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
ase ‘7.4,52—-t.¢.n | SUSsing the city’s coloured labour |the other groups. In short, they ‘!\2" h@lf an hour to realise this.| >‘ “On the Sist October, 1952, Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
St Php. | —_—$—<———— ae |PrOblem, thought that something|are, with luck poodsature Alter a week’s residence, most of| Mails for St. Vincent by ‘the Schooner | ('nadian Constructor .. .. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. — 29 Oct. 29 Oct.
29.10,52—2n | TROPICAL FISH — Marble Hatchets,}should be done to let the|acquaintanc t frie : them forget their insular preju-|*Mandalay IE” will be closed at the) lady Rodney |. .. -. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. " 29 Nov. 7 Nov. 8 Nov
Rosy Tetras, Head and Tail light tetras ic quaintances, not friends, and aa 4 : General Post Office as under:— Canadian Challenger ++ 4Nov, 7 Nov ~ 17 Nov. 18 Nov
The public are hereby warned against | Pearl Danios, Zebras and Corydora cat: |J#Maicans know before they|certainly not brothers and sisters “'°°S #8 Well as their class: "Parcel Mail at 12° (noon). Registered | anadian Craiser.§ .. |. 25 Nov. 28 Nov a 8 Dec. 8 Dec
giving credit to my wife DOROTHY | “ish. All 48 cents each. White Clouds|/@ave their own country that|/which is what members of the P!“JUdices and their colour and | Mail at p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p.m. :
CLARKE (nee HERBERT) as % do not | Festivam, and three spot Gouram{ at 72{conditions were “far from rosy”|same nation ought t race prejudices, They all take up| ©”, the 30th October, 1962. \ MOP TRROUND
hold myself responsible for her or anyone | °ents each. Discount for lots of one dozen |fgr th ug! 0 be, Mie Sateeiate | A | Mails for St. Vincent by the Schooner Arrives —_ Satis Arrives Arrives Arrives
re veal! xesponsibie for het Gx snyone (hn ne, Nelephone Wate wi name unless vy a ‘written order {#100 29.10.92] The committee was disturbed) those islands in which there ara Stent body of the University | Prost Office as under:— Camadian Cruiser . 28 Oct. 30 Oct ~ SNov. ifNoe inher
signed by me. _ that propaganda might be spread|only two College; a body that sues |, Parcel Mail 12 (noon). Registered Mail} >/dian Constructer,. 3 Nov. 5 Nov — 12Nov. 15Nov. —
Pp y two racial gr pur 2
HENSFORD CLARKE, in Jamaica to 00 J ; groups, you see learni and kh t ttain 2, 2°: Ordinary Mail 2.30 p.m., on the| Lady Rodney -. 20 Nov. 22 Nov. 1Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec if,
Weiches, PuURLIC NOTICES encourage Jamai-|something a little different, Rela- /“@!™!D8 opes to a | Sist October, 1952. Canadian Challenger 28 Nov. 29 Nov. - 6 Dec 9 Dec, “a
Christ Church. cone 1p compe to this country. It|tiong are much simpler, na cover, by the active co-op-; Canadian Cruiser ..19 Dec, 20 Dec. - 23 Dec. 27 Dec a
28.10. 62--2n wan © see counter propaganda|and much more unfrie The ¢'ation between person and per- | pay eSEENyUHeeEeEEeEneen ee ;
ieee CA Oe es . Rte so For further particular:
measures being taken which|whites dislike hb bons that ‘is the best way of | ' ‘% apyiy te--
The public are hereby warned against NOTICE roul “a the blacks as... . RALES OF EXCHANGE e
ving credit to my wife STAY CASHINA run anials as would tell them the truth “for|being their moral inferiors, an “°!%8 most things. And this new GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.
ALROND (nee ) as I do not JOMN JELLINGS BLOW their own sakes,” or. something] idea which is survival #ttitude of friendliness and OCTOBER 18, 1952 ” . —Agents.
Gos cutttrecting way QeBt or debts In AY) Worry aeEee _ {one to. restrict the entry of|of the times of the slave radi, brotherhood js not merely the | Selling NEW FORK BUYINE | §.53$$96999999999090080500650505050S000
ame Unies by a written order signed DY | persons paving ee eRY, GIVEN that all|Jamaicans into Britain, and the blacks dislike the whites rie ravorie. at Pen sueghanes EN Pe. eS x0 ae wr %
me. the Estate of John Jell Blow wh as being snobs and highly ~ entering e university; so : Demand |
GRORGE ADOLPHUS WALROND. 1 dled fn "this? tsiand’ onthe 10th. day ot on Birasighess: many Jamal- feel eer fae There is a {0m its being a free’ attitude, “feats 10 610% Pr. | >
. § re Tr p . 3 ~ > ‘ sg Yo .
St. George. | Seefmaret, teem re Mecehy nemuesteg te 1cNns Who cooked for jobs found ' straightforward ° intolerance "of the undergraduates all expect you mo aioe Fe: Sane 69 3/10% Pr.
96.10.89-—2n | ottested to the undorconed, 1 yjigor after door shut in their! each other, Am mixtures, {2 arrive at it sooner or later aaa: 2 c
Messrs, Cottle, Catford’ & Co. No. 17,{faces, it was reported at the how ? ang ae . 4 th r the bet t | 50% Siiver ae Pr
oe High Street, Bridgetown, Solicitors. on|meeting. Mr. A, G, Hutt, secre- |) Sie ineeenes themselves are)the pooner . ee. Bees e ey: CANADA F :
or before the 4th day of December “1952, c . naindie c slightly more mixed, The lightest only ' do they violently dis- | 9% Pi Cheq ::
WANTED efter which date I shall ree. .|tsry to the committee, said that skinned approve wh don’t, bi me ee oe :
t all proceed tal ¢ , s coloured people would ®PProve en you don jut they Bankers 17 2/10% Pr. € $
distribute the assets of the deceased aa central "aoe =e not mind being ‘regarded as !¢t you know that. they dis- | Demand Drafts | 77 05% Pr. ;
hes __. | "mong the parties entitled thereto having more than coloured | white, since this : Sight Drafts 169/10% Pr. ; —
egard only to such claims as I shall | , gives them cer- #Pprove. 76 Pr. Cable ,
HELP then had notice of, and 1 will not |42¢mployed workers on its books.| tain ‘social hereas ‘They tolerate no snobbishness . Surrenc S IE QR LE .
———, be liable for the assets or any part therpof There is no colour bar as|the browner ea aey, wuarees on the part of the oo and ‘" penn Coupons . “0% Pr. ;
ie tea tee aatone-teay boars. | Sopige miner Bel nabtve nck Goes, a he said, “but when firms|not to be confused with their they are very quick to decide|%% Pr- sds mer $:
good wages-Apply 'H.”. c/o A. &. | And all parsons indebted to the anid ve vo up the coloured men are|pure African cousins, In fact, it Whether or hot you are snob- | SOUTHBOUND %
Hyer, Eee Avowsle Aspro. Moe | Gebteateae without delry's "| There were Birmingham firms|thec'en, “ue ,that the browner Mishly | inclined and to set | a » SS. “COLOMBIE” Sailing November 5th 1952, Calling at }
See ; : ; n 8 | the + i ( | s. . ng a
im Ee nce entainncdupieigi abate Dated this Ist d i October, 1952. ; y are, the more snob’ accordingly. They will tolerate rt . _ ne ‘
GIRL:—Having experience in house- ‘HENRIETTA MILDRED BLOW, |t0 Which it would be a waste of | are. The reason for rte ae clubs and societies, because |! ea Pee A rie ucacan, Cartageos, Jpripice. |: *
keeping and office work, To work day] Sole Qualified Executrix of the Will of}time to send coloured men,|clear. An q different ave 8.5. “DE GRASSE” Sailing November 25th, 1952, Calling at *:
: ible need apply John Jellings Blow, deceased. » i absolutely white man people ve different inidad, La Guai 2
ee tare, Ma oer tem 6 iain » deceaved, ,, |@nother member said. But there |is under no danger of being mis- iMterests, and want to get Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica. }
any aa te a ri ste Palace, 3.82 | ————___— lie ’ dyad we ee oo that coloured |taken for a negro and oo can together and pursue them in Dissolved F irst Day NORTHBOUND :
atl be enera erchant, . as- ea more troublesome associate with n their own w: But th’ oking, gasping, wheesing *
St. L. egroes wi ay. ey will not ,
sage & ‘Baxters Road, St. Michael, TAKE NCTICE than Irish, Welshmen or Scots-|parative freedom. A 3 bok =e eae CHARM a who came to work in the however, is under considerable most trenchant criticism and the ny health on ae en your heart. Martinique, Guadaloupe, England and France. i
Cd ae ee I was suggested that mere was) anes, °t, Seine lumped with the)|St merciless sarcasm is tev-| updates Haver gart™aets: |8 SS. “DE GRASSE Salling’ December 1982. Calling at §
’ 23,10. 52—t4.n grees and this continues down *l!ed at social cliquishness. You | lates through the blood, quickly curb- England and France s.
———— | 1MD., a ¥ a case for enlightened edueation,| the s S GOWNS ya ; re .
the iawe ‘Gf "Sausica, Mamaectaiers, fs on.) the scale so that the more negro) @ight think this method ineffec-} in the attacks. The very first day the %
Sc NEOUS whose trade or business, address is Pro. Hes od BS in a gee you have in you, the ae 9 Bee; but he aseured t fae pa FE ER jthua ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO, MAIL = Dy
MISCELLA sueee + , Kingston, . ‘ing bak colo) | Particular you have to be nag e exact contrary. Undergrad-, ful sleep. No dopes, no amokes, no
i amaica, British West Indies, has ap- }man,” a member said, Another y atl. injottions. Bnet tee ut ° %
plied for the registration of a trade 4 people know you are not ur hates expect freshmen to be more! j2/°"{ions. ennant, taste y
WANTED aa | mark in Part “A” of Register in respect —— said that employers Consequently, in those countries br less mature and intelligent! be" MER Ago tablets ‘Sstume ond R. M. JONES & CO LTD.—Agents
sntccins pant Mag Mey Se tog Ot SSeS SORE coum, 508 wae — BR ga be made to take|that do not have cosmopolitan [pnougs to see that a place like! Bronchitis in next to no time, even ey *
Salvers, Paper Weights, Spice & Snuff} fumery (including toilet articles, p It w workers, populations, there are colour |the U-C.W.1. .cannot be run if ange NEBNIDAGO in ao. sucesgatul PHONE 3814
Boxes, Enamels, Curios cations for the teeth and hair, and per. as reported that there were | strata in whith feeling is alm the student body is stratified into| that it !s guaranteed to give you free, Oi Sat
oan eae SHOP, Upper tuned - soap), and jwil be aentitles te oe er intelligent men among |as high as it is banween the most | irreconcilable cliques, And if you| %*” breathing in 2¢ Fours, at 2 E =
y st. 29.10,68-€n | ine 28th day of October, 1968 less, some onl pnatoane 2 this pom, | etree, if not more so. gre not mature enough to see} completely stop your Asthme tn 8 days BEST QUALITY
person shall in the meantime give notice age. Ge ACO ‘our
poooooosessooooneonoity | pica fone Af iiy ante of eye. Pbecause they “could not ‘ind |UC.Wat then fin oon ait RE Force You ter betes, Brepared to} Wass Ait guarantee pestis Fo AGRICUL FORKS
sitio such istration, e trade }employment in the cit: gull ped . ” 5 yf . , ; TURAL
mark ean be seen on application at my ; y suited to/peculiar position. He may be ;
URANT mcs their ability. When it w: ~1G i AP adil
EVERY RESTA Dated this 28th day of October, 1952. ge that the ce ra deteraatnet iO sone he os
should nave i) FRAME [amaicans ‘entering this counts) Saale Gow, the Tinidadians| Painful Cramps nthly Periods” stopped ree
Registrar of Trade Marks. country | shall not look on him as a“ )
29.10.52—an. |Should ‘be restricted. it as | islander” s 8 -“small~ os
an Ascot Water Heater [pointed out that this’ would "be |British ‘Guinere’ MAY be a or amazingly relieved \ GX ~ CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Instant Hot Water on Tap TAKE NOTICE dificult as Jamaicans were! that when the Barbedions no” rf
It Ensures Quicker Service. British Subjects, to him as a “mud-head” he shall : ind.ow of 4 canes in doctors’ own teste! 5 Car. Broad & Tudor Sts.
See the ASCOT at Work ¥¢ > « a] .P. |net arg i oe 4S omen an a= ~— =
Your Gas Showroom " % MIL-KO yer nes tet a a aaa tO) Suller from ‘thease ey Pe BS vy S-] SS <==
Bay Street. X] That VI-TONE PRODUCTS LIMITED nnn | amonds ons wage cone and| git of
; Ce S 4 much richer natu at N Oo T
a women ICE
Sage sses and rum. Or he ye) Upset 6 nes Be : }
Province of Ontario, Dominion ol rhe may be ez, oe We beg to notify our Custom: d_ th ‘al
Canada, has applied for the registrats L a Jamaican and quite convinced) ae Tay do : 6 ts 9 ue ets AM: © gener:
ofa trade marke in Part “A” of Register OUIS L. BAYLEY {that auite convinced) may often © Take Lydia Pinkhem’s public that our and HARDWARE STORES




Jamai z te
b respect of substances use@d as foods Bolton Lane ' superior oe is naturally }\ quite unnecessarily! See it
as ingredients in foods, and will be J». . ‘
cntitied to register the same after one ———
month from the 29th day of October

A few choice house spots
to the South West of the
Rockley Golf Club, adjoin-
ing Golf Club Road, on bus



will be closed from WEDNESDAY 29TH to FRIDAY
31ST OCTOBER for






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some person the Y 4
meantim otice in duplicate to me DRESSMAKING, 3 P STOC =
route to town. uy oan oF “opposition uf such regis- ne Drafting, Draping etc.’ Fashion make the other islanders know}!¢0”” or strikii Get either Lydia Pinkham's & K TAKING
These spots look across tation. ‘The trade mark can be seen esigning of world styles, Easy from such distress in 3 out eeerne, Snes. improved Lydia Pinkhem's set
the Golf Course on one side application at my office rapid course of U.K. ex, . a | Of 4 of the cases tested! with added iron! has @ quieting




Dated this 28th day of October, 1952 i) Write: Academy, P.O,

etaptaned T, HERBERT LTD tasvorate

ROEBUCK ST. and MAGAZINE LANE

and over Blue Waters to effect on the
Reckley Bay on the other.
Though you may not wish
to build immediately, the
purchase of one of these
spots is a good investment.
Full particulars from—
The Secretary,
Rockley Golf & Country
Club.




\ Yes! Medteal evidence shows aiaanee tha fanationel

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PAGE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

AUSTRALIA TUNES-UP FOR U.K. HOPE)
Junior Champion’s 2°%" 48? sexton cHames "Gonzales Must
Great Opportunity sete eel

Tennis No. 1
By CHARLES STEPHEN

: Pesvepaliy No. Lof pasteenicnnl
awn , rthy,

BR.TISH LAWN TENNIS is in for a revival. The awn tennis, swarthy, lumbering
displays at the Junior Championships at Wimbledon last

Ricardo Gonzales, may or may
not be matched next year against
month give the clue. The standard of play among the
All of which is most

TEN







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NEATNESS
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top box office draw of the ama-
teur game, Frank Sedgman.



THIS CUP is to be presented to
Trinidad for the outstanding sports-

man of the year. It has been sub-
scribed for by members of the
Albany Club, of which E. McDonald
Bailey is a preminent member.



Shooting:
Capt. Neblett
Wins Edgar

Armstrong Cup

The



Open Events are still in
progress at the Government Rifie
one, Yesterday at 6.30 atm, a
fheot from the 600 yards bank
continued with competitors firing
two sighters and 7 rounds to
count. The H.P.S. was 35 and
ecnditions were ideal.

in Class A. Mr. F. D. Davis top

seored with 34 points while in
Class B, Mr. S. Bancroft
secured 30,

The “Edgar Armstrong Cup”
was also shot for by local com-
pet.tors only and Capt. Neblett
by kesn marksmanship won the
cup

In. the Aggregate so far Mr.
M. Hunter from Trinidad top
scored with 97 points out of a
possible 105 in Class A. In Class
b. Mr. R. ©. Browne scored 97
points for Barbados.

Results of the Open Events for
No, 4 are as follows: -——

CLASS “A” PRIZE LIST




Pts.
Mr. F. 2. Davis (B'dos) “4 10°00
Mr. C.-Lunsden (T’dad) |. 92 6.90
Maj. PeManley (B.G.) 32 4.00
Maj. J GriMth (B'dos) . 3.00
eis si boca (T'dad) 32 2.00
Mr JeVerteuil (B'dos) 3
OLAas me di 31 1.00
R. S. Browne (B'dos) - 2 * 5.00
Set. 1D. Edwards (B'dos) 30. 3.00
F. Bello (T’dad) 30 2.00
R. ©. Browne .. 90 1.50
Lt. B. Goddard . - 1,
G. Lewin (Tdad) . 29 SOc
The rcores in the Aggregate are es
follows:-- H.P.S 5
CLASS “A” PRIZE LIST
Pts.
Mr. M. Bunter (T’dad) .... 97 10°00
Mr. J. Crooks (T'dad) .... 95 6.00
Maj. F. Manley (B.G.) 95 4.00
Mr. M. DeVerteuii (B'dos) 95 8.00
R.M.S. H. Marshall (B'dos) 95 2.00
J. A. Sutton (B.G.) 95 1.00
5S “B”
R. ©. Browne (B’dos) 97 5.00
S¢ I Edwards . 8 3.00
P.C. O. Shepherd 9 2.00
Lt. E. Goddard ; 90 1.50
Mr. L. Hassell 1.00
Mr. E. J. Parry Sie 89 50c
In the 1.30 p.m. shoot from the 500
yards bank in the Ne 6 open event
competitors fired 10 rounds to count
H.P.S. 50
OLASS “A” PRIZE LIST
ts.
Capt. D. B St. Aubyn (B.G) 49 10,00
Capt. C. Neblett (B'dos) 48 6.00
Mr. M. Hunter (T'dad) 48 4.00
Mr. F. Davis (B'dog) -- 3.00
Mr. I‘. Hing (B.G,) 47 2.00
Col. J. Connell 47 1.00
CLASS “B"
P.C. O. Shepherd (B'dos) 45 5.90
Clp...K. Knight .. ve 43 2.50
Mr. W. Richardson 48 2.50
Mr. K. Yearwood . 43 1.56
Mr. R.O, Browne 43 1.00
Mr. E, J. Parry 42 Ke

The shoot continues today, and
ends on Thursday with a shoot
for the “Anchor” Cup, At the
ending of the “Anchor” Cup
shoot about 5.30 p.m. the respec-
tive trophies will be presented.

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Coastal Station

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S.S. Ampac California, 8.8. Trochurus,
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Gerona, 8.8. Alcoa Roamer, 8.5. Kir-
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under 18's has never been higher. mos
heartening. But this is no airy-fairy prophecy that Britain
will coon be holding the Davis Cup once more. For the

jact is that Britain cannot become a world power in lawn
tennis again merely by improving on performances of

twelve months ago.

Cambridgeshire
A Complex Race

From JAMES PARK

NEW MARKET, ENGLAND,
Oct. 20.
The Cambridgeshire here to-

morrow is more, complex than
usual. One reason is that «three
year olds have not inspired much
confidence and I like a ‘second
season performer for. this. race.
The other reason is that older
horses don’t boast of the class we
expect in one of the’ best handi-
caps of the year.

I find it difficult to come to a
decision, It is ¢ither a case of ig.
noring the three year olds as a
rhole, or trying to find one like-
iy to show an advance on carlier
iorm

My first impression was that,
Richer might be the type for
which I am searching. Now I

come to welch it all up his pub-
lic credentials are not outstand-
ing. Richer has won two races
this season. One at Redcar
amounted to nothing. He won
by six lengths at the Newmarket
meeting. He did not beat any-
thing and the time was slow.
Clearly it is on what he has ac-
complished at home that Richer
ig the best backed horse in the
race for the money.
Cap of Gold

The position of Cap of Gold is
entirely different. He owes his
position in the market solely to
covering money as he had been
backed in some big. doubles with
Flush Royal, *

Mr. Rufus Beasley has a sound
chance of winning his third
CambridgesHire*’ in five years.
Sterope was successful in 1948
and 1949. This year the stable
will be represented by Brunetto
and Nicky Nook who at last
night’s. callover advanced from
20-—1 to 100—6 to close a firm
fourth favourite.

I have considerable regard for
Hilltop though I would have pre-
ferred him without penalty. He
has not had so much racing as
some of the others and his record
bears close scrutiny, He has won
two and has been third once in
his last three races. It goes to
his eredit that he has never run
badly.

Noholme should beat Antry-
cide on last week's running at
Hurst Park, but Cambridgeshire
is a different proposition. I shall
not be surprised to see Antrycide
turn the tables. On last year’s
running in the Cambridgeshire
Antrycide at 106 lbs, is one of the

best handicapped horses in the
race,
Last year’s winner, Fleeting

Moment, has nine pounds more
to carry this time and it is im-
probable that he has improved to
that extent,

Training troubles kept. Val-
desco in the background last
year when he ran once. He is

quite sound again and has been
specially trained for this race.
He will not be far away.

I have some regard for Stalina
as an outsider and I would say
the same for Kriss. Kringle who
is a front runner,

I am doubting whether he will
carry on up hill.

Most of the light weights will
lack assistance when it comes to
the driving finish, J. have decided
to stand a three year old and my
choice is Hilltop. Hg has thived
On a capital preparation, is com-
pletely honest and stable and is
in great form.

First To Take
Fifty Wickets

A. Brathwaite, slow left hand
bowler of the St. Cecilia Boys’
Club, has distinguished himself
as being the first member of any
Boys’ Club team this season to
reach the fifty wickets mark.

His analysis is 67.4 overs, 19
maidens, 199 runs and 53
wickets. This gives him the
average of 3.8 and it is the gen-
eral opinion of his team mates
that if he continues ta maintain
his present form he should
succeed in reaching the hundred-
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The truth, painfully brought
home by the Olympic Games, is
that Britain’s best is not good
enough. Not yet anyway. Just as
in athletics, so in tennis, Britain
has fallen behind in the race.
And now it is not sufficient just
to increase the tempo, for the
secders are doing the same. Brit-
ain has to improve on her im-
provements.

And the first step towards this
end was the decision announced
last week by the Lawn Tennis
Asscciation, to send William
Knigh*, the British Junior
Champion, on a six months play-
ing tour of Australia.

Billy, 16-year-old, freckled
faced, tousled haired, is to be
given an opportunity to gear up
his game in the hard school of
the Australian tournament cir-
cuit. It is a stiff assignment for
any youngster and no-one
realises better than Billy how
wide is the gap between promise
and fulfilment.

Brightest Prospect

This 16-year-old left-hander is
Britain’s brightest prospect and
fully deserving of the opportun-
ity. As a stroke player he prob-
ably has to give best to his near-
est rival Bobby Wilson whom he
beat in the Junior Final. But he
possesses a quality which is
‘essential, not only in tennis but
in all top-flight sport — the right
temperament,

He is the type of player who is
not put off by the strength of the
opposition. He proved this at
Wimbledon this summer in his
match with Jaroslav Drobny the
self-exiled Czech.

Young Billy was obviously
right out of his class against the
greatest left-hander in the world.
But he always strove to play his
own game and in the third set
succeeded in taking three games
from Drob.

Whilst in Australia Billy will
play against all the leading
players. He will have a chance
to see for himself just what
Australian coaching methods can
do, Some of the players he will
meet will be little older than him-
self. For example Lew Hoad and
Ken Rosewall, who did so well at
Wimbledon, are only 17,

This trip is the chance of a
lifetime for the British boy to
make up lost ground, And he will
receive every assistance from
the Australian L.T.A.

Tennis runs in Billy’s family.
His father is extremely keen on
the game and has given his son
much encouragement. Billy’s sis-
ter played with considerable suc-
cess in the Women’s Junior
Championships some years ago.

Billy is an all-round sports-
man, He is a junior Table Tennis
International and plays a good
game of rugby, But he ‘tis giving
up all other sports to concen-
trate on tennis, For he feels, and
rightly so, that that is the only
way to reach the top.

—L.E.S.



Rangers 110:
Gentlemen 77—1

Rangers scored 110 runs in the
first innings of their match
against Gentlemen at the Mental
Hospital on Sunday last.

C. Matthew won the toss and
sent Rangers in to bat and
although the Rangers opening
batsmen Pinder and Yearwood
made a good start a collapse soon
followed, Yearwood 39, Hinds 21
were Rangers highest scorers,
Crichlow in 6 overs bagged three
wickets for 14 runs,

For Gern‘lemen Atkins and
Yard put on 64 runs. before
Atkins was Lb.w. to Grant for

30. Depeiza joined Yard who is
32 not out, witn the score at
77—1,

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to leave England on November 24th.

Forget All About:

Ray Robinson

By
THE big-money boys of
laughingly referred to as bo:

GEORGE WHITING

the American thick ear trade,
xing, are preparing to put one

across us in re the middle-weight championship of the world.

Jack Solomons, he of the fish,
is better informed than most on
the strokes and stratagems of
the international gore and glory
business, but he will not, I hope,
resent the straight tip that
some of his New York pals are
plotting his very acute embar-
rassment by giving our Randolph
Turpin the walk past,

In short, they are casting
around for two home-bred con-
tenders against the day that
Sugar Ray Robinson, at present
absorbed in dance routines,
decides that the soft shoe can be
almost as profitable as the box-
ing boot — and a lot l¢ss painful,
with people like Turpin about.

Simple Citizens

What would happen if Robin-
son quit? Simple citizens like
us, with a proper respect for law,
order, and the income-tax man,

would assume that Turpin of
England and Charles Humez of
France, acknowledged interna-

tionally as next best to Rajah
Ray, would be accorded first bite
at the world championship apple.

Even the New York State
Athletic Commission and Ameri-
ca’s National Boxing Association
could hardly cavil at such a
simple solution.

But the vested interest boys,
those barnacles clamped firmly
on Broadway, would take no
delight at all in watching the
million-dollar middle-weight title
slip out of the U.S.A. without ley
or hindrance, That, they would
claim, ain’t ethical.

Favourites

The longer Robinson stalls the
world with his ‘this-year-next-
year-sometime-never stories, the
longer will hard-eyed American
promoters have to find a couple
of puppets to pop in as eligible
successors.

Favourites for the job at the
moment are Carl (Bobo) Olson,
a 24-year-old Hawaiian from
Honolulu, and Gene Hairston, a

deaf-mute negro from New
York's Bronx. e
Such facts that Olson was

beaten by the late Uave Sands,
or that Hairston is a little hit-
worn as a result of arguments
with Laurent Dauthuille, Rocky

i and Walter Cartier will
be elbowed out as petty incon-
veniences.

Nor, if I know them, will the
fifty-per-centers be at all out of
countenance should Hairston get
himself hammered by Humez in
Faris next month — though the
making of such a match indicates
that Gilbert Benaim, the French
promoter behind Humez, is not
unaware of possible American in-
tentions,

Get moving Mr. Solomons.
Grab the signatures of Turpin
and Humez for a 15 rounds fight
ut the title weight of list. 6lb.,
and put the contracts in your
pocket. Then, if Robinson walks
out or continues to dither, claim
the Turpin v. Humez clash as
being for the championship of
the world — and let the gold-
diggers of Broadway whistle,

After His Blood

After all, it would not be the
first time Mr. S. has had Madi-
son Square Garden after his
*lood. Remember how, within
24 hours of Joe Louis’ retirement,
ve had matched Bruce Woodcock
and Lee Savold for the heavy-
weight championship of the
world?

We laughed at his impudence
—but 50,000 people turned up for
the fight, and even. the British
Boxing Board of Control weighed
in with a trophy and a speech,

Pioneer Blues

Pioneering can be. awfully
painful, and it seems to me the
soecer men Of Oxford and Cam-
bridge Universities may be biting
ff more than they can comfort-
ably chew in taking their annual
match to Wembley on December
6

The respective honorary treas-
urers, Oxford's Dr. H. W
(“Pegasus”) Thompson
Cambridge’s Ww. J. Sartain
2ppealing for support from
amateur clubs, schools and col-
teges, have noted that there is a
“marked« revival” of interest in
soccer at the Universities,

and

But are there enough “marked
“evivalists" to make those vast
Wembley terraces look reason-
ably well occupied?

All Welcome
The

universities take encour-

League Cup finalists have in-
creased their Wembley patronage
from 41,500 spectators in 1929 to
a capacity 100,000 to-day. They
themselves, I understand, will be
highly delighted if they can
attract 30,000 supporters on
December 6. Even those prepared
to scoff will be welcome, provided
they pay,

I hope it keeps fine for one and
all. I hope, too, that the football
will be worth watching, with not
too much kick-and-wish; also
that not too great a percentage
of the hoped-for 30,000 will be
Present as guests of the iganage-
ment.

Perhaps some of
t will drop in. Or do they
Stilbe recall Dr. Thompson’s re-
maftk about soccer being an in-
telligent man’s game ?

the rugger

By George...

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Yet if they were meeting to-
morrow my money would be on
Gonzales. After watching his
performance, at Wembley when
the thump of his gigantic shots
echoed round the Empire Pool,
I have no hesitation in acclaim-
ing him as the man who can
produce the best lawn tennis in
the world,

For such outstanding
and quality of stroke, I
or a par with Ellsworth
his greatest year, 1932.

Better Now

Gonzales, a U.S. citizen, Mexi-
can by birth, is 24 years old and
better than he was as an amateur.
He came to Wimbledon but once,
ir 1949, when he won the doubles
but failed in the singles. Sedg-
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for at, ‘Gonzales is _ terrific.
Harking back a year or two

Gonzales and Sedgman did _ test
their strength as amateurs,

Ir the 1949 Davis Cup Chal-
lenge Round, Gonzales beat the

Australian in three sets.
Equal P(l)ay

It's here. at last — equal play
for women golfers! Members of
the U.S. Professional Women’s
Golf Association have been in-
vited to compete against men on
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Tournament. director Frank
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER M, 1M2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE HVE FIVE-YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN Capital Expenditure TT IS ONLY FAIR to Heads of Departments to emphasize that their proposals (or Capital Expenditure were of much larger amounts, but the Government recotmues, and it is believed the view will be shared by the public, that the proposals now adopted are vsjgy substantial. Of course, it may be necessary lo review priorities if circumstances change or if the estimates of revenue and recurrent expenditure are exceeded or have to be reduced SO. The Government Ural degrsnts made tr..n. Colonial Develsrmined the ceiling of rapltal exiprnenl and Welfare Fund* Per>snditure which il considered mission will be sought to utilise SSsonable to adopt In relation lo is) loan fund? (b) available funds. The public debt, al leu than 3,000.000 is small compared with he normal annual revenues, b ( Hu '* %  possible lo llrrlt the issue to passant lidding A hich would $3000.000 and five later sowa t dquslif> (01 a loan has been In"ration u. the requirements of the creases! from 10 acres to 25 acres situation, and financial assistance extended "'J' j" aw.il.".:111" Manager and Overseer ami 85. There are fairly substantial to peasants who are renters pro.... r ^~*, !" !, ^? F .„"„,„ imilding* (sec Capital Estimates' balances in various Government vided the terms of their tenancy h J?,^ 0 M ^,^ ,K^ >•"—" Haad V) The accounts funds which seek investment overoffer reasonable security, also, the submitted pro*"** u J*, ,P_; ,,i ihe plantation .... i-rm* kept •ens from time to time. Il la peuscope of the B.mh-' activities is %  pwratlon of a Dairy Farm at tn. m ( p^^,.,.!..! b,, t an< U(t I dent policy lo spread such investincreased by allow ins a loan to be >1 Hospital 00 %  •" %  •"g ,„„„ „ recoverable with ki ment. but the Government consldmade for acquiring a good title to lin ~ • P*v ""V ~JLr |. ini NaluiaJ Gaa era it would be WfiUsWr and apthe holding and such other purf"i"M • lh V*? r m ? u,t n """V I? !" propriate for a small part, say a poses as the Bank may consider eiws < %  *? n*" 1 to ha ve x C T r9 Tf m *T m „ I quarter, of these funds to be inreasonable for Increasing produeregulai ami adequate supply of A claim by the British l/nwi I verted In the proposed local arid t.vlty of the holding The additionhigh quality fodder, and Uut such Oil Company LimJlsd under Seeitverseas loan The matter la be..I capital i •quired by the Bank supply can only be provided ;i< Natural Gas t<>r these purposes is MUmatsd at ind assured at the Mental HosCorporation Act. IBJu gsj gai In addition, it is hoped that the S150.0O* It 1* expected that most | ,ul Farm by msana si irngatape line, components and acces%  itended to recover some part ->f hi* oxpenditiii'" Mental Hospital Farm — Food rrsshsctisst The Dlrecloi of Agriculture as submitted proposals for the SMsSsStl ol a D.ury Farm at the %  - OSasBSM that It Is | GIVI YOUR HOrslr^l / Ciaftom-buiif" ^ \7^V Comfort' the balance as proposed PART IV Summary yanks operaung in Barbados will give some support to the loani and also that the Caribbean Current v Board will consider a similar in, vestment . | he type Iao included is the lorandum El paragraph 60 foposed are as follows costs that the difficulty has been experienced. It is likely that the additional present and potential commitments of the Aa rAaaeria xi*rutUiiri> nd potent I;I I commitments or U*e %  ^LiiasmSaae t i!l TJLil Government (apart from this ;. iSii:P) will exceed $1,000,000 in General I-abour Wcl fanFund Special Funds $6 500.000 1 5UO.00O 500.000 $10,500,000 5$. The "Available Funds — %  neral" rover the following pms: — Ovi^ral Rrvnur Balance as.1IS.SSS Ria)f#t Caolrlbullnn faaso.iMO t vnn iSMnon %  C aSMSl D-vn..pmrnt S WrUara I.SO)too • 4) VIMJ rerih A.-4-dur.t SM.S00 I Airtrultural Sii.pen-f SSSS M s*a.a*i ^^_ () ih reven Pli recurrent expenditure during the next five years. The potential re%  urrent costs of the live yearplan amount to roughly $1,220,000 a year. It is possible, therefore, that by the fifth vcar the total budget will be of the order of $13,720,000. 81. It will be recalled that the national average revenue was C laced at between $11,000,000 and 12.000.000 and also that the additional annual revenue sought approximates $1,500,000 The latter figure does not take account of.— CsBBBBSaSSSSl M In conclusion, the Government wishes to reiterate that this f Iy five year plan of development and taxation must be accepted si an „ outline of the Governments In,ir wo ? nrt 1 rv tentlons during the next five years and in particular the limits of expenditure which at this stage it appears prudent to adopt. Il may be that when the general review i^ undertaken in three years time It will be necessary tn revi of the pr e s e nt proposal* and to again increase government revequipment *nd#tl enues or limit recurrent expendijSssasss^On i* Theri Ing view: of items, but similarly at it ha! been necessary lo place a ceiling on expenditure during the five year period, it will be necessary to limit expenditure during each year. It would not be expedient to endeavour to implement the ft f not after the *' ded to cover the whole The Initial estimated cost of the li u pilot sehscne It $90,000 of which $17,000 would be the capital cost off a tractor, implements and other Id be %  r kini assumption that Proposals have l"en put forward for •I urination required, the capital $382,980 being an estimate by the i 'ft of the equipment being Direcloi of PMroleuni and Natu$..800. In considering the dairy ral Gas of compensation payable **rd to be maintained. the under Section 8 of the Petroleum 'imatP,! fodder production of Act, 1950. *"> tons of elephant grass, which Losums — Hafbsc tCatucstisri c bs produced st the Farm. The principle of pnnMI| il.l ssaintain a herd of approxloans to students to attend itoly $2 adult cattle at the rat% .ippruved liuHitutioiu of higher tlrst, whi.h would enable Governet 16 tons each par annum and -ducation was generally agreed so ment to decide whether the setII heifers at the rate of 10 tons ity lhe Legislature in 11)50. It .a vice could be continued and ex*•> n per annum. Such a bsrJ therefore proposed to provide Island v. u ld consist of 2 bulls, 23 milkhmd* from which loans can be ; coti, 1 dry cows and 12 made to approved students who fsrs. With respect to milk could not otherwise afford to ductlon. it is estimated tli.it .ittend or remain at .i unlversily a few years time when the ST^Otbsi institution An amount of naxlmum ituaober of animals art are bound to be conflictl lJ^?*"S"V**l*£^L Thi. dally upl> would be ad< as regards.the ty ^Jft^eould J. ^n*j. p more thsn four times the voium, >Mtfcm and w. sidle a allshl,Bt *ork which the eguipmenl %  '^ UhUy bsiow the sum .mde. the pilot scheme could do ^ I-h would have to be paid for %  — additional .urn "f $90000 is fi-^i milk pun-ruiaed hum pansion It i* ou'Ude source, The Director of Central Organisation lo laapsrvtM some part of A.riculturs la of the opinion that the development of stiefl handlNOW, every chair in every room i able than ever before thanks to loos* cushion* rrsdy-maJc for mt aren't, it's essy lot U-. io shape I>ui And onoc you've got Punlornllo .vmioii's coriccrncd. I>unlor>il!o iishkminft; it stay* cool in the I haft ami as can maJte il uv tka ootl'ort ot" Dunlopillo in your hrr ^sll, write, or 'phone the address r ill the detaih. SSSJI hot i :; i 1 -. %  omfortI taa^fSssO ii %  %  b i-rs and whore there N wini. H over so fat at 1 the world \ most curnlnruhlc idgeTi anvoyi ktept its tict the lifetime-1 sating j\ |ust $55,000 ha. besm imludstl In the piogiamme aitd the ecart to (lm-• mment will be fully lecovernble. Mint* IUdscr-/i; The ..-pon of (h, Minor M.uidicrafta Committee has re! cently been received and la being examined. The Committee recomCUSHIONING OOWDIN0 EITATfS 4\ TftAOINfl CO. LTD. Utsl Dasf i l atar i .iim.irkefi for intended to mends ublishment in Other Reserves porarv mere a shlob arises from the actual capital expenditure and which ta substantial—but It Is not a recurrent receipt; in revenue which results directly and indirectly front a development programme; ^lt 'reserve'"of c **• refund of principal and the worklna interest of the self-supporting schemes In the loan programme; 1 the Increase in revenue arising from improved and closer collection 62. Obviously, a great deal of 54. The General Revenue Bal( ce amounted at the 31*t March, ... n, G M.8M,2. „jd ij ih* pro" £jr~St*j25V£. osed allocation of $3,750,000 ovei le five year period Is approved will leave— lubjeet to unfi ren windfall 2.0110.000 to Spital 0t* the Government and mert^ney exoenditure. year programme In a shorter **• expenditure 'Ttta propsM to work to cspl<** Breeding Depsrtmental lal expenditure not Mcesdina; Scheme $10.IK,000 in the first three veant. The Director of Agriculture has Aa indicated earlier in this pointed out that there are 21 Memorandum, the Government breeding sows at the Central trrswlU present supplementary tstimHock Station and District Agriculates for the current year as soon tural Stations from which approxas possible together with an indlimately 250 young pigs are avs ilnation of the priorities Intended able.for sale annually. However. for the vear 195S/54 ill view of the rapidly declining 87 The successful implemenlanumbsr of persons who. Tor lion of a plan of this nature deenwiomlc reasons, are able to conpends In the main on the goodwill tlnue the maintenance of sows for and assistance in one way or anbreeding purpose*. It ha> neen other of every adult member of found that enquUis* lor young the community. If production Is p'*- from the Central UISSSUIII| to be increased In Barbsdos. which 9Ution and the DUtrict Agrlculis fundsmental to the plan, there lural Station, are out of sii promutt be continued and even greatportion to the supply The JSS!T cr co-operation between all clnsses tor of Agriculture i tain subsidiary acUvltlss could undertaken at the Farm: thai .i t DM piggery be <*xtended and operated on profit able lines; rafts (b) a small number of dairy inittee goata could be .mainsetting talnsd; shope fu r. i there it room lor thicrafts basktry and ttt|\i %  ork. decorative pottery, turtlciholl, needlecmft and coral stone vork. It la also recominended lhat the Barbados Publicity Comwing of for II re wood levels near the itcashi the green vegetable garden be maintained ami expanded to double the present area withou" affecting the propoaal'for the operation of th dairy farm, grsstsi part of the are • '>u> t b required for fodder asked to consideP and running small the sale of local handlHsMitnge Wharf and enlarged to ur ^^f, production, but il initlex.iected that there would dlabl other ReThore are, of nvtm. The Revenue Equalisation care and supervision In relation to iifi-i now standing at roughly revenue and expenditure will have 1.2'ifi.oOO and the Special Reserve to be maintained and the plan kept und st over $500000 were crestronstantly under review. i for spseiflc purposes snd have u i inc\itable that the public sme reftvance to the general rewill make further demands which rrvc position. will be pressed by Departmc is. 55. Il is proposed to msintain but it is vital to the future eeonic (.'resent budget contribution of n my of Barbados that during the 150.000 a year to capital expendinext few years new expenditure Ire, but to review the position in should not be approved without a $55 to ascertain whether a larger modification of the present promount could be provided. It uramme. tould be sppreclated that to Heads of Departments and the Hne extent this contribution tocivil Service must clearly underelher with the provision of de these funds towards the cost vestors should be given the opporone of the Agricultural schemes (unity to participate. The approval of workers and employers and an recommends thai awareness that without an Increase breeding progra —, ___ „,... in the national Income (which : ,te. >u t 414 acres of land Bows from Increased production) increasing demands. Under this rot h( ru u, V atlon of there can be no appreciable deprogramme. It Is proposed that 50 p r „wi s |ons on th* Farm If th.velopment if the public service* (rf rt | ng nW i Ix retailed, the exlw of he 4 ^ utn% werp nrope ,| v which the Government I* anxious i, ( i ni -trength being brought up o,..,,,,!,^ (iml h W ,TII aan to provide. ( Q this number by rearing from would make 1 ;r ^ r ^%:tC• u •TheXan^. ^ ^xnSotTTL^L^ (a) to supply a large number The capital cost of the pro of good quality brecdind. posals outlined above for s Dslr towt and oosrt. Farm at the Mental Hospital 1 an Bank Ths additional avenue tTnder the provisions of the ..atlmated al $5,400 from Peasants' Loan Bank (Amend-econd yesr onwards, ment) Act, 1952, the sir* of Uland ths pigs produced locally will rapidly rail. (d> that pits rssrsd under good conditions of management and husbandry up to the age of 3 months are best able to maintain rapid development under local conditions where %  will forms 11 large proportion of the diet; %  c) that ' a result of further investigations 1 work with pig rations, it may be possible to reduce the high recurrent pendlture on feeds breeding tows %  elf-supporting. I onris — Housitur Civil caauarlneat Seawell, and that if this prolowe. poaal is acceptable to them, that t; .verninent make the nScessarv ilet available and that a grant %  >e made to the Publicity 088siniltev to erect and establish the shops. An amount of $50,008 has been Included In this plan to finance any schemes which may bg accepted by Government New Offices and Parliament Buildings It is essential that additional office accommodation should bs provided forthwith At ths tarn* time Government propose* to rsct new Parliament Buildings .is was last proposed in 1H39 An Kcelleni site Is available at 'he East end of (Jovornmenl House grounds which would provide for the new legislative iHilldings. ministerial oftless, the secretariat, and ths Crown Law Dffleera. This would release office accommodation and the existing •hnmbers of the Legislature in ths I'ubltc Buildings for use by Qov, > rnment Departments for which c rtVes are at present rented The amount of $750,000 la e provls-' ional estimate of the cost of the %  new imllriings. baaed on ihrse'. timet the IB3k> estimate of costs j SCHEMES UNDER INVESTIGATION Central Milk Depot Servants The amount of $800,000 is at estimate of ths funds which wit be required for making odvance lo Public Officers under tl<. Public Officers Housing Loom Act 1052 $100,000 of thisum ha! l-een provided under Capita Kstlmate* 1052—53, Head V. It 11 i''ended that the full cost t. nasnt will be reroverabli ;rom I'orrowers. L sW ~ H * n sT — Gssjksral Ahattoit muA Co i d s, orafp („, It U proposed lo make loans 1<> orkrr* other than those engage.) The original scheme "for Government participation on a fiftyf.fty basis In a Central Milk IVput and Creamery met with mam difficulties run her proposals hav been put forward by the Dlrectoi of Agriculture with ths help of the Honourable H A Cuke C.B.E.. snd csrtsln milk produesrs. and ths Government il re-examining the problem th. relr hums* Kling h industry epair iltt in pro%  An amount of been included tn the finance nich a scheme hich should be telf-aupportlnu Loan— Dssdcls Plantation Authority has already been Marketing; Orga n isation (Vegetables and Fish) There is great nsed for a new Dl.iT.onsl Hiras. LOUIS I.. BAVLEY ggSggSJ (hmltine is an Invaluable Food Supplement E VERT mother know* how impuruuii ll I* to easure lhat active, growing children, rapnllv developing in body and min.1. ubialn adequate hodv-buiUling and SSSrSlSlng nourish' %  sastl frora ihrtr dlciary. Thai lo wl.v 'OSSStSBS 1 Is IS* raguUr dally ttvrras*•" • BSSstsSsa S S Stss.' OestssM' U a iood bsesratii of hl B h IHHHIIT alur and SsaSUrT'OvaititM' I.rip. to overcome tOSH "' the p hip dch'clenclas of eeacnilal food alemrniIn r*e illnarv, and Its deln lou.na.makea an initani appeal 10 everv child, fcvea .hildrea who dislike nult -ill Jnnk I' SSgSttl when Orahlsw is added. Moreover. Ovalnne makr< the milk ssasck saoee souriahins •"' digestible. OIV5 YOUR CHILDIIEIV IMIHiiilh Oviiltine and note th* Diff'crenee / S*U n *rng*l nmbvaU t.lmmui md Stow MKXIAIn — .... %  I..,, tm Ov.Wi• U uMalm It ~-< #SV4 I.TI \ %  %  11 s 1 II" naMrr ant OtflS < %  ..•— 'I'M* rKslUnt*. as-l IKMt'MxIl^-u. • Th* Mil i. a 1t %  %  l bssSt %  Ma '.".'. • %  mxnl'ciaiasSaf ssX YistsssTasT; • •l.r.1 SSH • I..I.V. .... .1 1 !l, ill • l( B\0alH NOMA XMAS TREE LIGHTS! BUBBLE, PLAIN and SPARE BULBS ALSO XMAS TREES and XMAS TREE DECORATIONS The Corner Store



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%  ASBAIHIS ADVOCATE QPUIUI, OtTomJ. a. Hit Li* AD.uTATE —< r 1•Acdnesalas. tx-fc.ker 2). 152 UHAT VI WHOM. (Ml, WAR Hill Ml My IMMU K%ll lit uion.il Failure? OK ALL OM Wtata Bfftskft. nave lo be reeortSexJ when effort it* closer co-operation in ihe British Caribbean have been attempted recently, the failure to ap Trade Commissioner in London is perhaps the most diftcourafflns When one remembers the high hope* which were entertained and the flights of orator > were indulged in when the first meeting of. the Regional Economic Committee look place at Hastings House last year, subse quern activities of that organization do not appear to justify the expectations that were then raised. One of the functions of the Committee is to act as an advisory and consultative body lo the participating Governments in economic matters of regional significance The Committee it has been w.ll said is uV Yet after recent talks in London whic were attended by members of th' Executive Committee of ".he Region; Economic Committee an announcemei: was made that two members of th Executivi' of the Regional Econom a Committee would be attending the met ing of Commonwealth Prime Ministers London next month. Since that announc merit there has been no official connrr ation that the members of the Execu'r Committee of the Regional Econom Committee were in any way authorised k .1 government* to make these det sions on their behalf. The matter is important because it is quite improper f Briusth Caribbean Governments tu a an advisory Economic Committee a: then allow that Committee to overstep tl purposes for which it was created Fro the beginning it was emphasised by mar persona who supported the formation an advisory Economic Committee th such a committee could be of service the area only if it were comprised i' viduals with great knowledge and exper ence of commerce. Unfortunately this advice was ignort and the executive of the Regional Econ mk Committee is in fact almost synonmous with the leaders of political parti' in the participating territories. True, it r that these politicians are advised by me." with knowledge and experience in but' new but there is nothing to ensure th; t the advice they give will be taken by th/ politicians. i Kptrimetil in providing the sev* lintish Caribbean governments with body of expert opinion on matter* affec.ing trade and commerce seems to hav i ended in the creation of yet another a'' vuory body in the area with the differ ence that the politicians have constitute" themselves as the persons who are 10 giv .Hid i itcivc advice at one and the sam< tune. It is not surprising that a body whose membership is composed mainly tl individuals with a very large say in ttst running of UMlr own government's atlair should find it difficult to combine the fune lions of giving and taking adi... From whatever angle it is considers the Regional Economic Committee doe not appear to be fulfilling the primary rol< for which it was intended; but with regarr to the appointment of a Trade Commis sioner in the United Kingdom its failure to nominate a person to this post has had two unfortunate results. In the first placi the apparent failure to lind a man willing and capable to carry out ihe Trade ConmiMlOMI %  duties does not suggest the prevalence of such persons living in the British Caribbean. And secondly at a time when decisive policies are being formed with regard to the future of the Common wealth as a trading area the British Cairo bean Governments have failed to agree on any policy which could be presented t<> the Secretary of State for Ihe Colonies to guide him in the representations which ought to be made on their behalf when the Commonwealth Prime Ministers meet in London next month. Since one of the functional of the Trade Commissioner in tlie United Kingdom is the attendance at government or intternational confer < | he could easily have represented the British Caribbean at next month's important meeting and thereby saved the area that expense of paying for politicians who are members of the Executive Committee fOturning to London so soon after the I tive Canada-West Indies trade talks If the West Indies are to be condemned to being represented always overseas by the li of tinli. lb—p it may be asked wh" the tax payers of the area should be compelled to contribute to regional organisations which upon analysis seen i-rnvide no new talent >-r ability'' If |] H mlc Committee is to play a useful I ..ribbean a change of personnel in Its executive would seem t be imperative. acsaru 21 mUllor -iollars, and lnd:an suaa a further oanmoo exper.million doll* !" sw i a a ri weal t h townOther large Common* **JUi •"-epuon dollar wnwn wet* Auporta for wool (MS sssssVor. doU*J*>. UniI ml Kit a Hi tssiHii t2U By NEWELL ROtiLRS NEW YORK A NASTY little cold war sninus Commu msts and the Kremlin swirls around singer Josephine Baker. It is between Peron's Argentine and America Josephine got into it after going to B Aires to sing. Just a year ago a hot war of words broke out on Broadway over her. Because she is a Negress, she claimed, she was treated rudel> and denied food for an hour in the smart anc 1 snobbish Stork Club. Gossip columnist of whom frequent the Stork Club, took trade la i*i b> turn of event' which '.' surplus positions u the c nee of al first half of use year into well;•.last nigh disastrous deficits in the *, Canada ahose second half-year. the most part lo : Pnc of moat rtarliag raw su.tr* and other Cosntfnonwe..ir. million iliiissi), Indttn and materials rose steadily after the .^...itriea. uacresaas] by s*o n "Pakistan juw?, assd Ceyksnese tea; [ot-veluaUon of Autumn. ltd*). ai.d lion eaUaik over thr t limbed evwi more tteeply under year*B total. Bui whereas so lt*0 The report aag throws Uhl u-i| the prewurc of Amcrtcaa slotKi .noda small aurssluj with the the undertySSsT "au—i of lbej 'iMlin* pu n -ass n foisowsswi the L tilted stma)6om was nearly offdaUrKjraUon lo me C u i a n ss s e I Koreata crises of rasd-lSSO Raw <.<* ay tie de-act wsth other wealth's trading ssaiUon vis-a-l 'material prices reached that.Commonwealth rountrsn. in ItM vss Western assrupe assnng lt51. ;.--* during the first half of 1*51, the UJC's deficit with Canada The United sUDgaaom. the eaatssiry and theieafter sterling ares ioee sharp!* while the surplus of mainly concerned in tkss trade.* taming*, particularly of dollar*, the overseas •terling Commonexported little more to Otic. bias, to faU away sharply. wealth was nearly the same. countries Unas, in the previous iwhile. the praasanty In rf^ Canada Last year got **•'. but IU Imports from this Commonwealth .,,. *nUsince Use ••* increasaa by over 50 per raw material produrtng countries (.nces 0 f her raw material and ***" %  to "•arU' t900 million. by the high price of their pro^^fj c *porl mo not fall to the Australia's •atports to West ducts—the volume of eaports in limf rxtenl a those of Sterling European raaxhe-.s fell sharp!... moat cases actually' fell between taw materials while the cost of while her isms*:.* from Europe 1*M and IMl — gave rise to her i-v mairial Imports wa. almost dotabaaSL Colonial exports CtSSBsorou* demand for imported much loer a! Ue end of fe* to Western BaN pe rose by goods. This demand coniinued to year than it had be:n at the per cant btat gbetr lmporu frorr. grow throughout the y*-ar. srlt bagSssssSsJ ^ f "' S*stati of asss H were rrore th-:. twice as large ihe result that the surpluses bui!t improvement in Canada's terms of as in 1*50. South Africa and New up In the first half of the year trade was to tiansform a defk *. Zealand malraVatned their exports were grtatly diminishad aad. in of 340 million dollars in tht fli.-t to this area. be*, importad from \ wiped out half of the year into a surplus ol on a much heavier scale than dorm* the second half-year. ug mllion dollars in the second %  the pracMing year, while „ u haU. Ihdia and Paktatan also in cr a as ed report on r_ummonwealir Tne IMA arMl ^ ^ xtrras wf t-"*ir imports from European; trade had a reverse effect on th* toureea. trading posstions of the sterhng FinaUy. the report records a' .iw material producing countries. lar;-e expanakm as Co e nnson iloaT'm the trjrtu^^iaas^-r^ Tkr U m ,h """ ol Uir P^ ''^-JPh'*" •*** "> *l.| terlina: cMintru-T An^T !K !" ^ d J irt *' c u *•*"• %  * '*~t Th* larges-. i-serr-sea in imports; screechinB for a foreign Press can undo .mfL ^£L.* ln r m P ort w " the only from J.p.^ ..,:, those of Aus-, indlvMhial LMJST!. operauosi. While the Iral.a (£23 million larger than' tSL we'rere^^r^L.^ tod r f ' " DO 1 P nCW U : 1B5 %  5 *"^ "' fs were related to matemer. s ueae countries, those 'an Braad SC—Tel. WI. tiade in i*l. )ust pubusnad the Commonwealth Economic %  -mittee. underlines the senNow in Buenos Aires she is quoted as saying: "The VS. is a barbarous land living : false Nazi-style democracy. Praise God for men like Peron." SAYS the New York Post, which defendeu her in the club row: 'With pain and som-v. we note that she is apparently willing u. play into the hands of totalitarian regimes. She should know better." Says columnist Robert Ruark: "One Bakei the price of their chief ra "iSSf.Trt?**. aa i. a. *S "-sir? iaTi jsrs^-rt-sr-'s: Jul, . Dumber ,A larU ~r tC^ ^JZrJFZJS !'. ^P' %  *>"•?** •--' L'U, te^teSJ lS*^hf)S to J "* n *•*" "'y niiUion * U -SelectionraTaarjwww Sv^saM-r aXS-A"L7tl i 4 -j.^i b n JO p GSSM higher than in the Malavaa % %  hhasr oulbon. compa ed with 1*50, -.her month, of the year, The Ccmm.>r.wealth Ecomon. '"^ ""TT „Commonwealth fall in Price* Committee, .eport add, emphaV^^t *" ***** man to the pneas of Ju -e tas to th* importance of the Dart y "K. _" ,n Previous X*ar rae fall Wa m the deienoratlon in th* sterling Commonwe.lth trait YZZhJ??! !" posauons of India and with the dolls, *orld. Mala van lar. b:tween the two halflubber was aartfr iwassssssby the^ "Colenial MiiSstalas In ir,^ .*T owm ." %  • Umc again the CommunU** '^dependent —t Commonwealth and Japan is shown by the fart ess,, ira jfLZsss sr%s?££*-js? Thu chana. rom auplua to Cold Cowl raro. nml : 22!-. i^Lf !" c **' %  "" dou ,^ • "X • " *>" 0 '* rt, •• '" %  "• Kiami .nolher T> million atAll referen .. lo Com we.lU,~J.p! is,, cliule th f .urn.I torM Detail, al !:,d* bnweni Ihe Coloni.. .mi Japan u, „„ pubUMwd th, C45.C. report. -L£s. Our Readers Say. nnftir.j were mentioned From whence cometh they? Certainly Barbadians can say or do verv little in sn-atiothar iondolsTl some" mSS^a T* !aT ^S^S^ 00 ^ E~ with ZZOZtlL, T*^ ^'/.i"* ****** tar h c h they havet.. Py-. deaplte the fj uaage whenever* could go OSS that they for th-.-sr regulred. I ssaaea an this Kassjaj T "; T h tduor. The ^dpoeatr. SIR j feel that J must write Wl,n P*PT lanterns, to heai this letter in reply to the Article "fliers singing old Italian .—a oar*iioe^ which appeared in the Evasaag f u * %  *. all thi•• -^K„_._ Advacate anUtlad Now I Know "•** %  call n Bridge of Sighs" c n u > '' J v n w **> %  I m gubiecl-n aw, by r..Perncfc I know ibalH is h "^> '" "ve had the privilege I. u ^ . **g*ilfull) fashionable" S3a* £ of v,, ,,n v !" . even if I -but ^^, KJW"*" rK,nu,c %  lo the Cily or Ven.ro Sund.y, u.ue. a len,lh, dl.lribe anntaTand 'wnSf r !" i.peil„, lh.1 ,1 would umodwnlle„ by ,e Petu.nl' levelled hCT .ttemni n. I„ S,. K' •mtoW ...I DO) like the menUl Ma.n.t the B.rb.d..n Tniie? pSS-ilSid, ?m h, h.>K "" ; •" I %  Id lormed I was wrom • nd '" "•*• !" mas-i-. : paradox le; :->v*ly and remains "/or (.11 mirwl I wa.. •he most part u It wa. during .nnoyed with the pratcntotion us primehundreds or years .10. To describe the l.rlure to take when the Venetian, ruled th* notice of Ihe playing or th, >.ean It „ unique u It National Anlhem Ho" It in Ihe sea with only a Just It) as "and ; this wil: be doing thi .ma public a Kreat service. 1*1 me al>o remind lier. cr maybe draw t her attentiun lot the llrsl timithss is ;,r that u me Utlnklnj.-th.unlv Fr..-. ' !" >' '1'1'hd. IU (oVsnd.Uor, not nJ5ggT Tn'.~S^^u.f „S dom "' 'Sm C E HL-SHANn^ "Th.'i^XrS^'V^!!! ,0 !" ^> %  "">'". wh*h ta.r. Bndgetowrf E HUSBAND The incri-dlbly beautllul Church no other signilleance lo them. Set JMh US' Marco was begun In the lhan that or a grand final, to a -/• .jrnth century ,0 honour St Mark dance, concert, or .ny public T '"C r """ 'ry I,.paUM Saint or the VerwHIans. runction It I, also riduruluii. V„ Tu lhr "nor, The Arfroralr-Ejeh lime the Venetian ullor. s.y. ,h„, • •„„, ,„ ',' a^JZ SIR^-Th. November R.c l£m! !" 2~ o !" torul voyage may be Ihe re>ull ot enn Smr,*L'" .* 00,, ^ *" '"" w " w f look gifts or gold, marble ance or the conriiSlorTVr iVerv 11* '" m 1 '"MesUon lo th, and wood to adorn Ihe church of llarbudian with ui, aL£ 2 Tur L '' ub ""'" %  m >"" " %  >" heir patron Saint The girt. England "'" %  '" %  •"'I" ft the -30011 ol idaed to the beouty of the Church 1 woid',1 lia. .„ u Kings" will ,ond. mi-ZrZjS '.^_ k n -? w _. !" n II !• Ihls. N„w lh.t. grnerall, TIM whence like to know ho ro !" lon^ ,h B.rtSo? n w d'l": H k n ''inorVhonSryu covered by the English ? if i'ensant wt.uld recall for %  laces, the beauty ui the palnl the almost uJibauevabl very ice than ever before, it Lt lifficult for Ov spectator—i an expeit and possessi 'f very powerful glasses— k out which horse u lead_re all evidence or B?, "ZSJIVm-JSSf'JSi "J? "" n d "*r. a ^„n„ etc lg£ -S^JUS -he le.r;, U 'Sc mo^e' n oT t ,.r f).'. ?U !" "L^' D S,""' AU " X m ln €K*aefiLrct^^%^ oTherw^ L.-S ... the fore.11 C V n ?" ven i"'"dntlcult that in every well job since he hMt to lr> lo follow •ras.ne,, ,uccei with the creation '• %  n '' !" •** h *-dout Now the Turf Club could help by ,1, l-Un beauty,The Vene^l," ^ !" '^ "• •" unbalm.kjng^some _arr.n,e„i.„l v.,.n also highly successful „nd mcrchanU They had he talcnl which almoat nonbalanced mastery of the Medlterranw :ed communities etc., etc ... the local wired .y.tern by which n .ware II hope Im intheir race cor, enury could la< 'Pansuf) that no child relayed In the s anda^nd^n the %  niio.r iro-^iu^-isr"; o r %  ""'""' %  **rMd .r. allenlion. tor mat matter, to iwminemaric* on the r.eer parent that ,s r.r removed broadcast in the .lands both in socially spi, dually, or rlnanAustralia aid m the united Certainly, the Grand Canal I. cially hence. Ihe respect paid to Stales the most beautiful of all. If one the Crown. 01 ruling Sovereigns: Might 1 aUo suggest to the explores the slum are*, ef aey hd no amount of teaching or local wired brwdcusling system y the streets are smelly, brow-beating can .Her the altuathai they have 1*0 commantator. -ven so are Ikalleys' In Venice, lion. I do sincerely think that -one in the Stand, a. usual and \s for the gondolas I loved them, the solution lies In changing our one on the Ofhei tide of the i.a.-k %  to-day in the .talus Irom thai or 'British In Ihls way we would gel a mm hlch they were ekjecla' to -Brllish Sublects.' Bocurata Von 'nl.,iFv and aZ year, ago The Those of us who are capable live, or the con menl'ators would ama.ingly adept ol thinking, and willing lo tace I* much easier Your* ate. JOHN DALE. .4 i/oon iw*. iieaapsvi j *i lit.Jgiajsaiai;! tail Igf ^ •an has long since lutsaed but tho _..'' icauly they createcf U rtlll Ihere '"""' with eves to WO II and J;,,.^, Ihe heart and utuleratariding 10 ippreclate il They are made same deaigns In *..-lii.,rie.l 11..0.V Ljoiidoliers are it handling them and steering racls. know lhat our* peraonat Ihem and their calls to each other rreedeaa Is about the same under turning a corner can naver any ideology, or nationality: with e compared lo a tal blare Be. „,, exception ol Ihe USA. i>r the T T . r .„ ^ .. Idea any sensible traveller Union ol Soulh Ahlca. We also c.o dUor. The Adoocolc. rraiige. the price ol a "voyage" know that the colonies ar e net „ SI j*'~ %  ,aw wl 'o delight In yoi -•fore entering Ule gondola M 'labilities lo Great Britain nor Sunday Issue lhat the Roy; -' ra It nothing never have they been The wide B "" k ind enjo) 11 w „ r |d know, how lar the gener. %  <"• aaaauea ol *"v ' ,h English stretches, and %  •P „ .:.,l.l Z "I"';, nd how U.ey Invest monev. Thi f.,!" The *' |K a-noii what grand ^rsets thoaa your ,1 k dona there"U nothing river "hVvr" they"taMm "Tnii' wide Bu,k ol Canada will be'openlng •o do but sit back and anjo) n world knows how r.r the gener. branch at the \'illage, Balmoral Th.. H. ,.iae. .ra, „ t_t,a. of *"v ' * English .tretc he., and ''•Pin December 'ana I h.!7eis. .niVlil one *'" nd ho """' '""•' monev. ThU will be a areal boon lo all roi. ?he Can. Ton foe The w " "" %  {%  %  • —** thca. living In Ihe Hotel area, tot. around thi "u.re of Sat i?' mf 1,.,','c ',h ""'l"'' ^ "-^" Jl IO 1 TO,d ""Varco are tiled with the moB •^J 0 m ': • %  •,""• „ %  • o-,low alike. Nobody l,k., i„ have to go beautiful lalable glass. POl"-> =t Whileh.ll on our -ReInto hot BrtdgeWm unless ,t „ decoratlw glass and Jewelry 11 *^ ,b J,'"- i ; !" nn nl VK 0 !" ", 0 ""; "oaolulely necesakry, and I wu island glad t„ see on my return here trial a charming is expensive, yea. have -en It Is a wonderful ex" anced. and lhat Ihe malority th U Aulumn • especially in thee, years "< • ,h 'han t-"<-e. little .hopping oontre i growing ,f utilitarian article, u-lul bul ""2 1 b r," u '"'' ^LS.' n up lurt a few mlnule, ,rtmll .way o'et'\!T Ce',,In h ".,^ n oenT;: -firS ""£ --* * %  „. k iflklent with the <-t.miT.on ner->asiliea of life furthi'rmoir t<> \*t taxable. ria of idas* In esigry conO* cou "f >"'•.'"-' %  WMIM re -, . livable shape, design and colour responsihl.. f.„ tnls in.b.llty. , JX„^> the -l!^ P uT* is a feast fTthe eye It la even one must obviously ekpeet the *"'^ .,!*,"* f^ 1 !" JS westing after vlalU to minority--th. only other source— 8D *red tie neci *ty 0 f traipsing he glass factories where .ne can w ho control the wealth, the big'" Xo Iown '" ' W iravellera' *re surh beautv emerKfr.-m a bu^lnees, the land, and the liferh l'** OT alter reservations lump In a comparatively '>' Ihe colony—the Import eema that Barbados Is at L.st short space of time and with n '"l expnit trade, to pay. beginning to take more uppnrently no effort A lot of C D ft W. money in the well-being ef visitors, and %  IS beautiful with sn eems to con fst sa'.ries for believe me, that Is the only way to ntmospherr and enchantment all i-nelishmen and much of lt has build up a tourist Industry. ..own To be In a gondola st l>een ..pent on useless co, ferences night on the Grand Canal, slowly Where then are all these gifts a* Yours etc.. NORTHERN VISITOR. decade of sober Negro progress demonstrat ed by Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, and Leni. Home" The American-born Josephine has lived ir. Paris many years. She is a French national And tonight in a column, the first printec hint appears that the U.S. may give her "the Chaplin treatment" if she tries to return. BRITISH VOTERS are playing a part 1—a good part. For days ana reading and re-reading ir. advertisements and articles these ligures—in Great Britain in 1951, 83 per cent, of the voters voted, in America in 1948 only 51 pet cent This nattering comparison is part the get-out-the-vote drive. And it has work ed. Registration for ballots is at a recoro high. CHAMPION Rocky Marciano is willing lo fight Jersey Joe Walcott, the man he de throned for the heavy-weight title, in Mad ison Square Garden again next March oi June. Says his manager, Al Weill: "I do noi see how Rocky can light more than twict next year, taxes being what they are." THE official name of the newest "mechan ical brain" is the Multipurpose Automat.* Data Analysis Machine. For short it—oi she—is, of course, called MADAM. THE U.S. Air Force placed a second urd.. for a "substantial number" of Americanist Canberra bombers developed by Britar The Glenn Martin Company makes them i Baltimore under British licence. They ai using the British Canberra which holds th official east-west Transatlantic record of foi' hours 16 minutes for flight testing. CINERAMA is going to make four dramatic pictures fur its new three dimensions screen. The Broadway theatre showing th first cinerama programmes is sold out uni Easter. MAJOR ALEXANDER SEVERSKY, th big bomber advocate, calls the Thule air bas in Greenland "a £175 million blunder" as base for action against Russia. He admi. that it is usi'tul for defensive radar an fighter operations. But in war Soviet bom. ers from Franz Josef Land, only 1,350 mih away, would wipe out Thule as an offensiv base. FOURTEEN out of 21 advertisements fi men's clothing and shoes in today's Nei York Times glorify British woollens an shoes. WARDENS' machine guns quelled a tw< hour not of 20 prisoners in jail at Trentoi New Jersey. Two prisoners were woundee They had knives. AMERICAN tourists will walk into i taurants in London, Glasgow, Manchester and seven other British cities, have dinnei and not pay a penny in cash. They will prt sent their membership card of the Diner; Club, and the bill will be sent home. Th tourists can do the same for hotel rooms am hired cars. The organisers are trying t work out a similar deal for Britons visitirv America. HOP GROWERS on the Pacific coast an mad at women btMf ilnnkors because the; insist on a lighter, milder lager. Brewers neet fewer hop*, and the growers are left with tonr on their hands. BRITISH ACTOR Rli hard Burton has been given a ten-year Hollywood contract. He ha: to make on: i year there, and h ( can continue ran the London stage or mak< films elsewher'Kafl next Hollywood assign ment "A Desert Rat" in the story of Tobruk HOW WILL YOU VOTE? CROOK COUNTY in Oregon has been straw-polled so often on the presidential elec tion that householders are slamming doors or the milkman in the mistaken belief that h* wonts to know how they will vote. MR. IRONSIDE TETLEY-JONES. of 1 famous English teahouse, is in America to se' tea-makers aright. U.S. restaurants make th< worst I* 1 ;. In the world. They boil and reboi' water, yet will not pour boiling water over tea. His startling forecast: British hou<> are going to get tea-bags and they will like them, especially thi %  s, odourless fibre ones. STOVES TAKE YOUR CHOICE Ne aaaj 1 WOOD aasg COAL VALOB t ana J Bars*, large VALOR I. aaaj 1 Barswr Table Tl'RN I *a Benser T.M. Tl'RN Burnrr Lafge FALK t Baraer Table BEATRICE Rbagle sag DeeMt Bararr AND PRESIRE Slavs* b COUMAN. rRIMTS I MONITOR AT WILKINSON & HAYNES CO, LTD Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. I'l,..„. 447S. 4*g7 BECKWITH STORES STOCK UP Oil THESE CANNED MEATS for your November Order Oz TongDaH Lunch Tongusa Connd Mutton Luncheon Bsef Ksm AU Pork Hans m tins -\\ m. to 10 lb. JUST ARRIVED Xsnas Pudding* Mines Msst %  r Jaffa riga P F Jan's Dslas Eitra Huong Mints Canadian Bacon Canadian Calcksns TO OUR CUSTOMERS The lies allowance for Oilwosk la 2 pints. NOURISHING FOOD SPECIALS Enriched Broad 13c. rach Anchor Buttsr 11.03 per pkg. %  utter Concentrato 17c DOT Ur. Fig Jam 54c. par tin Carr*B Craam BlscalU 34c par ., %  *• %  Orsps rrolW-6 cants Oranges—6 coats uiveua During the busy months of HOT. sad Doc. whan you an In town will pea call for pour srocorlas at Broad It aids entrance. or Kensington, where we hare ample parking space. Broad It. Hoe. 2843, 51—M Kensington Has. 3671—78 CALL EARLY G0DDARDS WE DELIVER



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WHAT ON TODAY -. it. .** ,i i.—, H **, li'iwi iMid m 1 m p m Mat at ClMnna | ataUan. at Philip i pm Polar* Banal Co, . Harlraita PACE Five Year Plan Presented To Will Cost Colony $16,500,000 MK. i; II ADAMS, Leader of the H in a three-and-a-half-hour speech la>: I ted for Uu approval nf th : in the memorandum on ihe C men i I which H is ;. %  pend 16'*j millicn doltan on capital works during the ItVa) year period i He uii that MM plan w n tto Jesuit of recent constitutional e.d%  trodurtion nf tho par! 1946 and added that relation (.. MM pnkas advocated i>v iii,Barbadoi its manifesto during theil renriK the "iilv nther matnber la apeak I %  unambitious, (j mtstts and 'i tfj •: %  that certain proposals were ridiculous and could not b* eattod pan of trt,plan. Mr. U vis added nothing substantial enough in this ;s too much 'padding' which nobody would con%  ider". CO na id Or o tl on of MM memorandum will Ix.' continued today at 4 p.m. nUag UM plan, Government gave priority to os aa set out in the memo-i landauo. Th np Inelwla da ilar resources at* %  Imanta and re-; %  'h of irrigation of >ugar and %  •ther ctopfi snoouragnnM i I food product.. stopmenl of agricultural schenus. encourigcment of the tourist induslr>: < stabliahment He.,' mined at ofjteinifl addttl revoniM of the o dor of KM and a half million dollars In an average crop year of 150.000 tons; dcq Utun in iciation to subsidisation ud otter item*, housing loan, to ba made available for workers other than civil serv, ^proved educational health i called and ordered the and other services and the provisstop Prisoners obeyed Si. Lucy 9 iiout It,ml AMT. PREV ACK SMI no Rev. r %  10.00 B L. Oai 1 00 s BwatMa's Oiru' .%  ., %  i I IK U A A Clarke 1 00 O. A. O. Mar-lull 1.00 X. Y. Z 7 00 A. fin* 1 00 D. Webster X 1 £ 4 00 X. Y. Z. Jl 11 I> Wfataei U**tl a oo B H %  i. 2 00 C. II Ycarwi>od 0.00 O. L. Dean* 6 00 O. O. Harris 5.00 0 00 C D. Howsll 8 00 Pilgrim Hollnc*Chm.-h 8 00 TOTAL SIM 72 Prisoner Dies: 75 Injun clOn Itussia—U.S. CoiilVrrurrOn Korea I )tn itti UNITED NA: NEW Y> I There has been a formal United States dill United Nations speculation that conference on Korea between %  1 %  on, \. lernn oJ nd UH %  %  f war* hoptti uolu. m. *%T;VI ixiftiws vroivmi.^ D| irrjnge lh Koje Island SEOUL. Ocl. 28. United NatlOM said Korean war prisons* died of m' e,l OO Sunday when UnJtad Nairdl broke up drill .-.taged by Communist prisuners of war on Kojc lslami. The ei' The S %  icwsmcn „ a rilling to talk tested they a I Ml I.Ik>aid th*. United S If the Russian houid sav %  %  I %  Dr. I DIM 1" %  .• %  %  ,.: meeting. I'adills Ncrvo lOfl—ll to talk about th.Anothi, was M Loykahmi Pandit ot Ind iwanuntnl took Mao b -I.I kfl 41 as n go-1-i' ..ilrmptiiig u, inwdlatc the DfUUet Both PadllU Nan Madame Pandit night at tlR. Run i'ark Avenue haadqimrt' \ishmsky was host id | dinner IMirty for a numln tf i \ %  i Ku88iaii8 Too Tough For Mr. Stevenson Terroris Farmer A, I African Servants A KUHOPKAN wera siabNsl in death in mjcht. tha latesl victims ol thi* Briti I White" war As rep and Ih.two %  amonK loyal Atrlcmis .rf lnlivr t'mtnei! session ^ teg i*t ,y Slate interference fn Business Wrong rORT-OF-SPAIN. Oct. 27 HON. Al.RF.RT COMES MinisK-i of alxwir. lnduMi\ %  alnat Qf*te tnlfrfercnro with bus i H< said Ihis in tin I today when he wat five memfxTft i'i the I" K M M Trinidad. Miv-i'-n an < k into the poS>iindustrtnl >tevel mil POQl w, | Indianfrom Dominica Mowed away an a Bwlisli y tha %  hlpplni tOBipany POCKET CARTOON osm KI LANt \>i I H i-ommander war drill. iiit on the capital programme. Vini-I NaUOOi said "11 it Is proiwied that iov million!obvious thai Mao chain %  ( tnton(lolIaraaod gave no dataiu on what! (; ..., fMsnlKiooi was particuw-i,. inclined to look upon a mathappened after the soldiers ,tcr ol that sort as something extered__ihc compound n men charge that his .nmistice" took hli i i m pt l g n l n i ti..:..\ i the two heavily populated I^TIK I-land and New Yoik countn.-.. Ha doSOWd %  ,w.h the eotrmrlee of yuecn* and N.*i*sa u where they lion records In .i rOnOWad bid fOl the State's 49 electoral votos. Tho Republican PTosldsntlil candidate returned to the city by On page I NATO Council Session Opens TAR1S. Oct. 28. The North Atlantic Council met in formal session today with %  military "standing (rOUP* 1 ti thrash over military and political problems facim; the Western i Utanes Buprems AJUtd Commander, Oonoral Matthew B. Hidgway intended I s opanlni session HI Die NATn CouncU'i boadLB the Palais Do chuiiio: to consider .oi BSJSOdS covering evarytblng from the sharing of U.S. atomic secrets to the results l .iVle manoeuvres Among topics discussed. WON the handicaps to the Western military plunning imposed by U.S. laws forbidding sharing of atOOafc infonnatnm SB | t.impaign bv N.A.T.O. to be released to the presj, and public. -U.P. said 25 CommunisLi were In 13 of them badly enouuh for hostii, M nt < pitalizatiun. Colonel Harold L %  Taylor, Camp CoOUnai the Communist prisons seem to learn. They keep R nan bat%  uld have delayed an rah lust night • v.uididate had a mentality "completely ua and we incel their,untutored for the -tough business Lttiainly not,' I'm itcrpltig .in nh\olutcl< open mind on lhr ikh^ci of Quy Fawkcil" uri iv .' i.e. to look Into i 11 nt> of furtber industi in ll.W I "It n %  .I l ..I iction. tii lone thing that th. Election Gains For Christian I democrats m\ own %  ry linn in I the SI %  h.ive nothing to do with ttUrt U buaincas." %  uaa of the pMllna doveloptni In this region that industi DUff Ills ''Hi I 0l that sort "is not as i i d ,%  u b> iioin %  id's new ColonLi l„ v. Mr. Maurice Dorman pri Gomes sai.l A i ""'Iv depend on prlvnf>> cnWrprlae. Ha Watoaad "in this programme of with extreme caution," Kten -.r u %  i tha K marks in l>y II Gomes bad fatten m grOUDdJ Tlie Mission will I mam here ten —(C.P.) i i l.'Ml Oct 28 The Italian Interim Hinun •aid tha guveimiiK Chusrtia Dernoeratk part; fay MssU I BBtrol i e. nununal councils in 31 of as ithM vUlagai lovn-, votinsj HI local admlnhitrative slocUoni Buoda) BlaeUoni wars bald In vartou corntnum rth whu n did not vote during tlu1B51-S2 adminutrativi election* roi looal .'Veiniiieiil ly, of 3J communal rounclls 24 wars controlled I" Democrat! or their Bllll t" b) t'niiiiiiiiini^ and. ^,ct, s luieuj. glvn Christian and sfJIsi SI, Com\Ui\U I or Hi^ Excdlenc) OH Batarday nest, lot No vendor, st & p.m.. there will M I Tarew-ll Scout Rally at Hi out lleadi)uarters in lianoui Of Hu Es.ellency the Oov nor, Bli Allred Havagr. KCMO. local Chief Scout. Tht> bad bean planned origin ally to take place earlier In tinweek but owing to unforosstu (.ircunutaace* tha date bad to e changed Blr Alfred and Lady Savage aava bath taken a vary keen interest in the Scout Move meut locally, and Blr Alfred will ba romsni'iercd as the flmt :iovrrnor to nave been fnveatad a* a Scotit puMlrly t>y Lsdy Bidi'ii ruwrll dnrlug her Ut vi^ii to tha island. All iimfotnied member* of tli Hovemant hero should w-l rone the opportunity of aaylng Farawell' sad 'Oood Scouung' to a beloved Chief on Satur day nest. Those attending th<< Rally are aaked to be at Scon' ll<-ad_ .-* ~i_a Atomic Power For Industry Goal Miiw.rs End Strike Ked Bandits Attack Police SINCAI'OIIE. Oct. 38. Fort) CommunlM bandits swept down "ii a arcurtty police station i llltafj two ..rlicei. h or others liefore %  in the s. %  %  It WS %  .; %  i %  %  n:i Communiit partv to guard %  north In i Ghurka soldier' ^hed I • thiny terrorists In Ua Persli *tt' (insold and three — 1.1' MEXICO CITY. O urrested accusing the official A • I %  nil Neiberiands Prli B> hard "You when he rives In MMI oust rat ion ti>ok placet. An port while tho orBd J part] ird the plain. and brine peace of mind family l %  igy stored in S hilo(2.2 lbs.) of pure uranium! ould i'uw.i i t-ni. iit,.trH advocate of conHUMUS that bl theory cleetri to H>i 'i;i. — v.r. Un^-iaiiIn Ki'rliii Hall Alii.d Patrol 'ilit !%  produced at •.,,' %  tl i>i < %  % %  i ; dn> powor-"tationa ioiild onl) match if thO COUld buy theii <•>. %  aa cheaply I'lTTSIiritCIll ... • U Host ot 35(HMIII IS i d mti hoadiftf tl Mi Ji>l %  %  %  %  IINNA. Oct 28. Qovanansnl of L pold Fmi eras 1 lay roiiowol .i rix-daj The IIM-. pule with the Oi Ttie kralkoul began last Monday f, •> %  | iblllaatlon Bnarri aappsd * centi Ofl 51 ! dall] pa) boos) whit h L 'i i %  Tl -1111(111 personslli -i >' I | . . r-I. shoitly after th'-y oik aftel %  i'going govern a form. I on U.K. Still W/ Oil Settlement The Prince, who i due in during arlll Inaugu at %  Mexico >terdam and %  I BERLIN, THIS MP WAS WATCHING THE CCD B.WX JTA7JOA \lLABOUR MUMD TO wan KmOffTON A si>erlal mei mltatlvi i 1 hat been railed In llarbados 1 h request l %  neeted with future w lecrultment programme for farm Jamairn will lie represented at the meeting by labour Adviser Mr. George Scott O.B.E lie user: powei • 'uel te*. | %  %  i ' %  i i %  11 i • effects of the -c of nm lear fuels iinv other i Sub)cd idi rations it v. ould I .• to site Bll required vithln convenlanl %  %  '. i>e greatest" bre^k %  sfh ii %  %  ( pc.knig %  i • in rdatS'.m M <>f the Rv%  change, | n n„ U.S. Marines Regain /fills SEOUL. Od M ( B Mat ina n i apturod all l<^t vllal hills KUHMII 1 Hist leginient of inoie than tfiW n in M I jug. Altarking ill heai.v (.,. M.oioe'llie In-*' i '1 ) i i i "WiirMiw" In I! in again I little onpoattlon. Rod i the height, m .. %  Human i on Bunday nighi %  Of the BttUatli i twin A PoUod MI.I of lbs Pit Mai on || will Is torn to kick II %  ... Ing." All conte I) on tin Dstern Ti out nss I %  • of the K an %  •' %  '" giiHided ' man, lOOn lO Si-ail — v.v. ||. \\r • %  J I I Africans. %  Su Evelyn Baring v %  %  good ord '. %  Lbs moment thn greatest need In lbs reinforcement ol among the very many peaceful ind loyal Africai I in the reserves mid In fwttlerl I saatsd 'pilhhe .| I N'T., HI • •PIMtsOd to i i. %  | Evelyn lumber^ i tough %  the cOfsScj Oft more 1 Personnl r'.fTort %  icasure-i which Uv iu.in %  mnd fi>i the ''ii : %  rresa cannot thrive in an atmosphi ro of unit doty, Nap %  l-ment of iiocced at a qulcapinins %  : Ii ti'iiinii'l made to personal African i N • %  %  .. %  la.il li-.-l I.i OaWSksp the .ountrv Itoth 1".' i %  f 'pi rtaaee <-t providing housing for Afia.in in urban —(IT-P.) New US Consul Mr Hi %  ivid M. Clarke, now in da Stan w II i. will rei •!!. %  Coo* 1 %  .• t • s Virgin Islands, the t Consulate I i"it." %  ;i — v:. i up., up lenl leslgnrd la%  II wai unable k I budge) The tw I %  'I sfb r M> Inb parti bargalnlu i> %  until after the luted for early March, The government will pre%  < trt parlhunem with s pn rast te rhs I 11. %  — if. llomb Explosion hills Pedestrian TUNIS, Oct. 28. A IH-IK hiiiiin %  omfa wlnlc walking I hers last night. The death brought to 47 the numl-i ol persona murdered al the wave I this year Two persm. m n Injun I Wtmbs in %  ..,.,,. „,, —I .P. 'They're everyfJiino; I look for" maof/aa TIIKI:\II\ IIOSTAOKS WITH DEATH CHE8TE1 l Ocl. 28. T I I ...., %  Horid. Vacily Conliranc. Bal saldom And, aaaapl In a Mnurirr. I auppoaa vvu ..I...I rsaetly do r In a cigarette?" •iur — whith tut \mt from tmkut, rathtr tfmiml. Vhtn, of fount, fitrftit moolhttfii whith MSB nforlabU ihroul.'' Ccv. Ronce Wil! Addross 70 JETS FOR BRAZIL ; i DC lANP.tifo. r> \ r rorce signed %  with the British Gios( u. b v 10 j-*' i r rlage^ sl.ie llllrtots' Lroubte reported • tn < %  %  • %  .' i i... i ,....' 17-bOUi .: five week* ago that .'. them to i oat to kill l iki The prison has l.8ao prtsonen t'.r. 0 %  I 1 %  'i' %  , %  i i, M of the in tnv.ta%  GiltMANS IN IACKOS0UM0 grin drli man makes out a traffic t. aion car in Frankfurt. The Ked drive bumped into soother vehicle. btedly as a U. S. military policer a Soviet UiliUry Misfailed to stop for a red light and (fnlrmational rxclustes) Pile Driver In Operation Ytwtefdey the PVtWkl : Thlc kind of of the aimr *! %  as the pile %  uttding n. Broad arlll be placed in I H %  'i"' a pile was driver, by the pile, to carry unM \hf ad spots mm roreed ..ncret. i I bemg prepared f.. wtU be will I)C h> the .p. One of la was driven into j ama/ed at the ease with which tl ild Ihgt In other Ih and then taken out by'pii.•UM am mm' ted the soil whichjchlm driving of the pile, workmen were ( arne fi'.::: 'he l-';or;! %  .,; buikllnga. "(uaalneaa too? Well, tkat'a "" %  n to by the do Maurier tiller Up. anal no Uta of Uoee BBBBBBB in the month—Gltar dp again." Ym—mli Iksl. D'you know, this dm Mamritr filler lip I'M just ahuut Imt fimstl i Jr.) for ii>.;-n,i. -,. %  a imoks that I it ever tomt atroti. Smoke to your throat, content du MAURIER THI EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE B0LB OUTBISUIOa: WILKINSON a IIAVNIS CO., %  Ml tot in MSDI m taoisNo



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.VEUXESOAV. OCTOBER 2. UM BARHAIKIS \Li\oi All Judgment Reserved In Appeal Case AFTEK haartiij counsel for both appellant and respondent in the Court of Error suit in which Joseph Greenidge of Dash Valley. St. George, has appealed against a £. 10 fine imposed upon him by the Police Magistrate of District "B" and confirmed m IrMii Honour! oil Iba Assistant Court of Appeal. Mr Justfca I W H I yesterday reserved giving judgment Cr~n,d B MM %  „, CM JS SEELSf" hp " ' u !" "i b on. he S3 noV .„." %  %  £" h. His worship M. C W. Rudder o( ,,,., ,. „„_,„,. u .,.., ,,.„„, -ra ''• VK" MI "" s ",risu. r !" SUd i!£s ,u„. I .' n J^ h f, e ecu,,on "' Jj" II..1 he could nol know H M I....I duly on March 17. uut year. This hen wBr „ he arrr ,, e ,, ,;„,,.. 2£^l < i r h V A '.""" C U i • how '"' ">' conclusion I. not {W Mr G U. Taylor and necessarily rorrecl w are Mtto Mr. H. A. Vaufhan. 1M „,., when „,, connaolc bpj— T WM brou ht b " nn lo unbutton hishirt pocket. v. !i i" o "' represented by he .till h.d thwarrants on him; Mr. W w. Reeee, Q.C., Solicitor furthermore, there Is nothing to "*?, .. show ""' he completed the unfllr. u. E Malone and Mr. E. buttoning of his shirt pocket beW. Barrow Instructed by Messrs. fore arresting the appellant and Hnynes & Griffith represented ,„ afforded an opportunity for ,eenidge_ the warrants to be lost We lliereIn the Judges reaaons for confore conclude thut at the time nnnlng the decision of the Police of making the arrest he .till h.i.l Magistrate. It w a. stated: -.. The the warrant. In his poa-ession. evidence in support of the charge and that the arrest was lawful. U briefly, that the constable W. This being so. we hold th I th.had fi r warrants appellant was rightly convicted." ru.i I'll.i.lM. HM.I.V "Strategist" Brings Sugar Machinery THE Harrison lifts .imu.'i SiratcUt arrived in port en Monday from British Guiana, under Captain R. A. S */" l>uC(la M'rhiii I received ca (OPHA %  T ifn-r. •>ai u i iTiuh a %  in h. i'win. room had caught fire managed lo get i-nder control btWORK ON ao\i>. Affected Liberty of arrett (or appellant for alimony arrears, and that he went Into the appellant'* open yard to execute these warrants. Trie ^ r D. E. Malone said that upon Warrants were tied together with ,ne *ubject oi arrest and as aeveral others which did not conaffected, the liberty of the .subject, cern the appellant, the whole ^ propoaed to read a passage bundle confuting of twelve war* tAker > Iron. Lord Du Paxcq's ranU in all. being put into the Judgment m Christie v. Leachinconstable 1 shirt pocket the flap **>• lo •* 'u n n 'M7 1. A.l II of which was buttoned! Thc Lord du P* rc Q. *"**" briefD •• J y recounting the rise of the polKan towards Dour ice power to effect arrests, said, On approaching the appellant, "The principle established by the the constable started to unbmauthorities are agreeable to cornton his shirt pocket so that he mon sense and follow from the might take out the warrants governing rule of any* law that a which he had for the appellant man Is entitled to his liberty and and read them to him, but at this may. if necessary, defend his own moment the appellant suddenly freedom by force. If any ether moved away and ran towards the person has a lawful reason for door, the constable pursued and seeking to deprive him of that held him; he resisted; the two of liberty, that person must, as a them struggled and fell to the general rule, tell him what the ground; a hostile crowd gatherreason is for unless *ie flln. rued; and the constable was attackcannot be expected to submit ed by another man. Brown; as a to arrest or to be blamed for reresult of which thc appellant sitting. The right of arrest and escaped. the duty of submitting are corThe constable then arrested relative. This liberty is applicaBrown for obstructing him In the ble both lo arrests in execution execution of his duty, and was of civil process and to arrert on assisted In so doing by one criminal charge." Charles Scaly. Both the constable As the passage, and in fact the and Scaly were now attacked whole judgment pointed out. an with stones and a piece of metal arrest was an impingement of %  pipe by a fourth man, Clement person's liberty. That liberty the Greenidge, as a result of which law Jealously protected, and acthe constable was wounded and cordingly the burden was upon Brown escaped. After Brown'a the person affecting the arreM escape, the constable discovered whether civilian or police officer that the warrants were all lost —to prove that the arrest was For the appellant it is not permitted. That that was so, denied that the scuffle between could not. he submitted, be in him and the constable took place, doubt, for the good reason that but it has been strongly contendthe law regarded an arrest, unlike ed on the authority of Horsflcld a prosecution as a trrt, and vs. Brown (1932 1 KB. 335) that consequently demanded Justlflmunless the constable had the tj 0 n. warrant in his possession nt the EXCAVATION of th* track for an uidersround wlfplionr ratals a begun yeswrday on James gtreet and Cokrida* Street. Bone th, %  workmen are engaged in digging the track On Coleridge Street, tale necessitated %  one wsy flow of treSc from thp direction of Luce* Street. Trafac approtvcliing from White Park Road was diverted to Mtgasine Lane for a detour to Jamea Street. A policeman we* posted at Uie entrance to Oolendjtv Street, near the Water Work* DepartmentIt could not immediately be ascertained how far tUinew cable will extend, or how many lineit will carry Another ..nival yegV A nurnbei „f Ubourera btsmn the M t ol h t j^,. work m i I,-.. ,ni, v ,.i \. '""' from StLucia under Caplil roc* caused letlteta Kff^SL^ V^'^J" ...., .i.m......... i...-This copra Is consigned to l • many difficulties tturiik 'he i-iny season Aimth.-r group are emulovvd at the Mount. nrv i i > ii i> time he arrested the appellant, the arrest was illegal, nnd that the appellant could not rightly be convicted for asinultlns; him in the execution of his duty. No Disagreement Of Criminal Nature The burden of proof in the matter being upon the respondents, and the charge preferred against his client being of a minal nature, not merely had With this proposition of law the reipondents to prove their there can be no disagreement, bul case, but they had to prove it belt Is first necessary to determine yond a reasonable doubt. the facts. The constable's evi"This point, as 1 hope shortly dence is that when he went to to satisfy Your lordship, the the spot, he had the warrantr in Honourable Judges of the Court his pocket, and we see no reason of Appeal quite failed to appreciwhatcver to doubt his testimony ale." he said. on this point. It is true that one What the respondent had to witness for the prosecution, Alprove in the case was clearly set dine Samuels, states that she forth in the 32nd edition of Archlooked at his pockets and that bold. There it was stated that |hg they seemed not to have anyprosecution had to prove three thing In them, but this was evithings;— (1) thai the person dently after the constable had affecting the arrest was a police been attacked not only by the officer, (2) that the police officer appellant, but by Brown and was in the due execution of his Clement Greenidge; consequentduty, and (3) the assault as laid. ly it does* not help us to decide ...... whether when the constable arThey for the appellant were rested the appellant he had the denying that the respondent had warrants in his possession. proved to the degree required M e M ee MM e MM ieee a* that the officer was In the due execution of his duty. It was of the utmost importance to observe that the arrest which the police officer was endeavouring to carry out was not jn arrest for what the criminal .ir.*dictlon Act of 1S25 termed an "offence". Here the appellant's fault was that he had refused or neglected to pay the weekly sum he had been ordered to pay his wife. Never Showed Warrants Ai the writ server Sandiloid never showed the warrants lo the appellant — and thai wus his evidence — whether or not he did in fact have the warrants in possession at the time of arresting the appellant was a fact which was peculiarly possessed by him alone. It would be impossible In the circumstances for them to prove that he did not have them in his possession. But In any event, proof rested not upon them, but upon the respondent, for the arrest by the writ server was a tort if not justified. Thc writ server had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Hag *rge> rants were in his possession and that the Judges of thc Assistant court of Appeal failed to appreciate. The use of the ,phrase "necessarily correct" by the JtMtjg ka their reasons, was a somewhat peculiar one. While it might be true that It was not necessarily correct, to conclude that the constable did not have the warrants on him: from the words of tho Learned Judges, it would appear that it was necessarily not Incorrect to conclude. The sole point In the ease was open lo doubt. The point which continually escaped the I-e.irned Judges %  not flint the appellant rested his case upon whether the constable did or did not know i,' the warrants wore in his possession at i but whether h.> had proved beyond a reasonable Hotibt that Ihey were In fact in in-pogaasaton •<< fta UBM HIS I.ordship said that the whole question was one of where thc burden of proof rested. Mr. Recce said that Ihc appeal was only on points of law, and if there was any evidence at all on which the Judge was lo find, the appeul was excluded. His Lordship reserved giving n decision. &f &f MMIMMM I MMMt'M Six Months For Stealing Four Fowls A pipe has recently been creeled at Rock Hall tenantr*. St rater IhMWily, residents of ,his area had lo travel very long disorder to obtain the r ; ply This move on the part of the Wain Wortobai been with groat praise by the residents of the Barbados Co-opert.ttv, L Cott* Ltd, The %  c hooa n i consigned to ttw Icinooaai <> era' Association. IFFT WITH turn. The *B 'on schooner "Gardeni. W." left port yesterday for Trtn di ,1 with -i BUaattty Of Macaw rUt as the chef item of its cargo Tt s. ii.snncr U utMttl lbs comment' | of Captain Conrad Wall:.. < ill | consigned to the Schooner Own an' Association. QUICK trECONOMICAL His Worship Mr E. A Mcl-o.1 Police Magistrate of District A" yesterday sentenced Wilfred Hill alias Kong Rlley of Nelson Slioet. St. Michael to six months' imprisonment who hard labour for stealing four fowls bclonghv: to Eugene Donovan i.f B.iv Street Oetabar 5 and 7. Oill hud nine prfn "< tions for larceny. Donovan VestMd the fowls al £4. 5 T. she missed them sonifi tween October fl and 1 and %  -iquired in the district ab Tliiclcfendunt was seen c Tying the fowls in a basket V lien chased he dropped the b ket of fowls. DISMISS! U WITHOl'T ri:i ii nn i Their Honours Mr. H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H 11 < in i-iuiticnii the 1'i.ittlc Branch. At the Traffic Branch, fpl WUllanM eheekad the licence ami Ihg racord. OB the Ikssnca wlilcn tii in'ii-ndnnt pniduced at the Budge Station the words "goods nrUcJa" were written. Cpl. Williams who is in charge of the Motor Licence Record Office said that the defendant was given a licence to drive a private car and not a goods veliH U RErRIMANDED IUM I* Ptnthm, -i .inn.,Ui -. iv.mi ..I Neuort su.rt. st Mich' gal. gnu onvieted, raprtmandssi i i a, i, ii gcd for assjiulting lri> Brartkar gjao "' Naboa ordared 't> pay rarnrwo~ .tum lo the amount of 5/foi damagdsUJ a dress the property of h Hrnnker on October 21 i %  ppearad baton Hi Mr. <; B. Grimth. Acting Police Manistutr .f In in. A' and pleaded nol guilty to both charges. Iris Branker told the court that while her shop nt Nelson Street was open for liu13 the defendant rushed In and •eitftl her They itrtlfl in the struggle her dress wa\ Inlll. BaptWe said that she Brgnl Branker's shop to avoid a t light. / FOR ST. Ll'C'IA. Aiii'i.i'i dapartaff ratrtertli \\'a> the schooner "I^tudalpba which Is bound for St. Lucia wit) a ,.ithO made up chiefly o( magarine and lard. Besides the M pails of iiurgui ne and a simil"' number of palls of lard i "Laudalphn" is also ciiii.uii quantity "f einptv druoM The 60 ton schooner |g um' the command of < Gt-mbs and is cotudfMd '' Schooner Owners' Association BACK IN OrERATION. The launch Sr., I'IIMT l*ck in operation once more. A ler undergoing general %  U-roul repairs and repainting, whi. were hastened through accide. With a life-boul of the French 111 er "De Grasse now in port, tl "Sea Prince" resumed Us genera run yesterday morning carry ii I .issi'iigeito i.nd from the lin.r. lit GRARHf:HKRK. Th. Prench limn M De Grass* ,,i rived in part iround 10 oV kn %,-t,id.iv morning brOfffl (i islands with a number of pass-in gers for the Island. TinImer itnder the command of Captain K and IS e*mnigned Messrs. R. M.lones A Co.. LU*. Move To Adopt O.U And Fatg Recommendations rib i,l .1... 1 ., %  3f A itlon to autno Govern..i -in-Exi-" Appro*, metely $io,w ., i i toward l.dmui given • people who manufacture Ihr „r ducts. He said that they felt II m highly Irnportanl to ttwouraaa I nn %  nig ami produrtio iland unit Mgfld thai the — U.tum be pa H..I. WnlrhaMa toilL. BATLKT H*.l| &f ••*•*•* Inrludr Box .ml Ulllou Calf Oxford* Two % %  % %  Oxford-In Brown 4r,d While Broun ..ml Tin Broun *ufdo -md Brown Willow OAWAU In Brown and Whllo SIKDB BRtM.l I OXPOftDH Brown. Nv> and BUrk JOHN WHITE means made just right HARRISONS %  2664 -and its antiseptic properties ensure a Bright I Healthy Home Mansforr :?oflsri IFOR FLOORS. FURNITURE AND LINOLEUM %  ZINNIAS—tilANT MIXED—Phlox ZINNIASC,lANT D.MILIA-Aslers ZINNIAS l.ll.l.ll'n I'.tunlaa CAIXfOPSn .-SALVIA— Cmimu CANDY TUFT -DIAN1HUS AOI KATUM-SNAt-.IACiON BATCHBLOR BUTTONS \ N.B.—Those will bo ui lull bloom fr tho Hotliullui.il Show. KNIGHTS DRUG STOKES BOATING NEEDS DKI.'K PULLEYS lH' x W, l'/s" x 7 18" PULLKY BLOCKS SINGLE and DOUBLE 2" SAIL SLIDES %" ROUND SAM. THIMBLES 1x 7 16", 1H* x W STAINLESS STEEL THIMBLES '/" x 5/82", :< 16" > i," JIB HANKS No. 0 and 1 GOOSENECKS STKHN READ FITTINGS HEAD BOARD SHACKLts TUFNOL DOUBLE and SINGLE SHEAVE BLOCKS D SHACKLES :i 16" W. *" x S 16". 5 16" x %'" HARP SHACKLES in same aizos YACHT MANILLA and TARRED ROPE—all sizes 'l'l.< Il.ii li.i.l-is I'MIIIMII'S I.III. WHITEPARK PHONE 4528



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PAGE EIGHT CLASSIFIED ADS. m,r ***** 'BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M, 185J ItirPMONl 20. DUD Willie Mmi il-i 1l-| M .1 o treat r UJe.A %  i M U--1. IN MEMORIAM JBNBBIn loving mm* of Uirfurt *w '< %  ho died on IIW ann .** Octobrt ISM tllBCKTB—In mini 111101] loved buefagand chAIUXi CSCO'BttT*. nho 'all MlMp on IB. IBM. %  O—W I %  -d KoBorr*. OrtOBae. II Sleep an 0*.. I4MI SAl I AL'TUMOTI\'K ">•' Ap*i> lUrdjruai Mr** Ltd id. *•*. UK A ,II, %  lrfwl o JllM' GUI %  u i pSa UKAL ESTATE aataele at U,nsvulabar la* leaaav I mmam • -II modern COMIM 1MB nUbw Appy i A. —tWIfT BJ.IBM an shiwMa Tvadiia Co Ltd A**,Cnti&. CxioM *T-o REo IT. ff!g Street. Brldget'ian *M Packard • am letura treea ate ovaraaul with B Buying m.al.i \ V\ IM M I 11 \ I S PtCK-UP Ford V-l In load rendt Martin Door I; s io SB-*, ECHAN1CAL OUVBTTI Typewriter. AMI) aba. fruae Black In various caifiMt ...lift, aa rolk>*v.:~ ii awn la" BBMBt IB" MM enaoirtaa to • P. Han*, Baa A Co. Lei Dial HIS Opening in-l Hat i on itr.vr HOUSES A SHOP .( Omrr-h ftlreel. t)ajetgttUtown oppo.lte the Church AultahTe lot Cry (Inoda tar ate Apply upetaira I" Ulae C Chandler TA m M *. HAT o..,-|, 1( ,u.hed Flat, garage an. aananta room Folkatonc t> from UI November Dial BU or enpH Bottom Flat Minn Fully furniahrd. eitnale al lauuoti aaevsa Mm. >-i nulls, eriu i • rallra of the Lodge Mi'-.I For further partM-ular. apply to Meoara Cotlle Oalford Co No IT, High Street. Ilr1d*rtown 14 i u--7r • %  > a. i i t LIVESTOCK in as—sn M1SCMJJVNEOUS IBM China, old ..ttrmloura Earl, allaphB etc al Gorrlogra > Joining Boy-I Yacht Ckib S L. Iflia ka Map*, Autonop f'HOCOUATU M Tr-ah atock in hi r.d I", lb Boo lit in c Weethr'head '" St 10 a* Sri i iiOPril-f* ARHSOL PI.YMPHAYB an> rlaalh lo Fllaa. H.^qullaaa. .-kroacfa ChrlM Chu'th. thrrv hadtoam*. ^tvatil roam. aTaTaa>. all modern ranvankacri 3*a Bauba4e Fun %  • ii.-.,.,.Tna pan*lit ara hrrahy wainad -(iin.i Flvlnd cidll to n.% -ilr R*31FCCA BRArMUlAW inaa HANlllclFT' % %  I do not hold mvM-if r'M-..n>iM for fur nr %  nvono flr i-onlr.i.llna ny d-bi or dahta In av narna unlaal by a written O'dar %  irnad by n LT-Vin UPAS IIDAIimiAW. I M PI Tha publlr • %  aim CLARKr ....iiFlinrin hold mvwif rriponilblr for nor or anyon aba ronlrar/tlni any debt or drbo I any nama unlrn by %  arrt aapird bv !" UrNHFOIll) (-1.AKKF Watehaa, Ch'liit Churth M I* -J hold n^.-ll rotpr. alia cufilrarttn* any dabt or drhlt in i nama BBiW by %  BW U B UI "'d^r Bal nH OEOltoR Ar>i pfit'^ IVAI ROMD W Wll M HEI-P COOK A food wrlh fcm amcf i T.i work day and nlg'tl O" 1 raaponalMa rtood apiilv Alan Rmall BOY. Apply Irotn • ! any day to Chrtat'a F-alaca J H T Ctiallani. Ornaml Mnchanl, Cr. Paaaaga a> niar. Road. B" MIchaaL %  10 In. MISCEIXANEOl'S 1 ll l.'ipr Flull OrangH k Tarararlnaa lc. BJKICC M FATIIKKIICAI) Htnart Bli1 H in H "i PABTAUJ) COM ii TTOKEnY Fraah FaaaaJTa Klarakanallow. lo PtBa A Tln. ai-a ahicoap Barlay Ktigar in ', A I 'b TIM. Bruca Waalharhaad LtdW 10 M .In ((AIM-DATS for LaaUaa. l-rga fUnaa .. 111! ,..>.. •Haaaa* a*l*atfcH.li...i.t. MBU a-.li. (.-hiM.i felnaoat. * Wa aarh Tha Wodrfn Hhnpoa. eioad StraH %  B) M. %  riHWKanr nn u ihg nn i>i*ir.*a, ri.rfl.ndi loading Dally N'wnMDBr BOW •i ruing In Flarbadm bv Alonly %  1. Bayaftar rubllralMn In london Contact I.n (Jala c/o Advorala i..i .. Tal 1 IS l I I I niOPKTAI. F1BH ib..y Tattai. Hoad and 1 IV.rl Tkanlo., Kvbrai and %  an All rani. aach. .. rutlvum. and Ihrar apot On %  Mas aarh Dtarount fci lot. i nr moro Talaphona Watd'o %  IBD Uarbta Halchi TBi UBM t.v ( II XOII4KS NOTICE IhrRatal, of J.ilin Jallli.f. flto•Jlad In till. I.Und on tha lth day of vninnfcfr IMf, orr hiiln MUII'.II-II l-irtlniiaii of Ihrlr claim duly Urn MM rta Bsi I of 1 "id A -im -it.c,!. Hrirlgofown. ftolli .r l-f,i.r Ur 4tl. day ..f Dacrmb<-v ISaJ. Har which dale I inall prnrr* I •tribute ihr aatati of tha dac .m->n lha parHc* •filillril tharaUi hi rnrd only lo inch claim, aa I Irn have had rnrtaM at, and I wll be liable lor the — M-I. m iuy part th> dlalrlbulod to any peiaoB of a ._. debt ineUiui I .1 ill not i Itg had notice And all peraom indattlcl lo me itato ara raajueilag lo "tile i>,ei drbleilneM wllbot.l delay I .tiiy ol October HENFUFTTA MIIJlK-'D Hl.oW W inVd Fieiulr.. ol Ihe Will of John Jelling* Blow, oeciaaad I 10 B •aalveri J'r.i A Sm T Ro1 uf Ihr HockU-v Golf Club, dd)otn. ing Golf Club Koail. on bu* rout* to town. These spoU look HCroag the Golf Course on one s>ine and over Blue Waters lo Haxrkley Bay on theoilier Though YOU miiy not wish lo I mild Immediately, the purchase of one of these ijx>ts is a good investment. Full parlicuUra from— The Secretary. Rockley Golf St Country Club. ^ayajd] •% %  •- '-t• %  • % %  P#*H %  Planning to ... FURNISH Far CkriMus HHMSII i SW1 Bad.. i*cie.n ,.,„,, TAlllJa for Kadio. CcBiail. Larder. A Urdetette. KB up. %  %  oorn PiunllUK. AI.I. I BAVDtG L S. WILSON Man in Pan "A" of Realater in raapof i (innition Kmv. detarganla. and prapa.iiiona lor laund'y purpoara. and parunary (Including toilet article-, pro*. %  non for Ihr trail, and hair and par BBBfl Mipi. and will bo anUUad U "g'irr the unt after ona anortth tatM Iha SMh day of October. IBM onleaa aunie -In. I In Ihe meantime give notk r n duplU-Mle lo ma al mv office ol oppn >l> i"gutration Tr- I'ade ark ran be aoan on application al nay Deled ihi. nth day of Ortobat IBM II WTUilAMB. llaadatrar of Trado Marka TAKE NOTICE MIL-KO Thai VI-TONI PRODULTH IJMlTfcJ) B. Ontario Company Mamifacluror* lone Hade or builiie.i -'lili HiAtrnur Smitli. Cllv of Hamilton •n-vlncaof Ontario, Dominion M ..'i0a. hoa applied Inr I hiirgutraUu" I....1. mark to Far! -A" i" Beg"toi %  •> %  i.Uatonia. uwd aa looda ingradaanu In f-..da, aM will b. nitlad to trglilrr Uto aagae afw" ""i .ilh tram tha BMh day ol October MB, unloaa ODBM jaigiB ahall M Mao i. nil ma give iLoUer In duplicate to mo pai trade mark can bo anon Sore Mouth iaao Bleed} Teeth rdloff Ouroa. Bora HtMUl BBf Teeth moan Ibat jmi > ai I'yorrhoa. Traorli atoailb or Lie aoane bod dlaaaaa Hie I Tilt liAKDlN HOTJSB %  Mag, fM MlehaaS Mending on Acre. I lb.oda .a Parcbea of Uod Apply, COTTUT. ( ATFOlUi CO University College Breaks Down Prejudices By A. S. HOPKMSOIV 1 heTVe> already Ii.. i ia-cajBOn tft :i*U plACBna. Tt Ijoint out eLKwhcii hou Boctetf •*• which deleniuDes tuo altim !n< briliab West Indies is TatK u.de towauds bis fellow gtudnwi: merely dlrlderl up into strata as u ihe ciass from which be ccafiMB. %  ociarty In normal capitalirtkfruo matter is reailj itvuch nauce lountries aJwuy* la, that la Info .mporUnt m effect BBlOfLff. the the very rich and the owe or raucb more torrhau than men. The less comfortably well off and the *ay ttoiB makes haBp ayet It or lesa .Urvnir. Hut also ..miliar enough and unptetaaaint' ?1?, !" iJ!l! K '!.'. Ig*^?*" --'" ?*"*" TjnidadtaiUi. Greiiadian*, .-HOUBII for il nut to > %  %  "" '^p^nu?.^l^n!^"irBV^ Dominicans^ Jamaicans, St. Lu.-.re^Aiid the third SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC la CarlisleBay iHtlnn* >* %  *. a Iron, Hie Co m ia ain aor of PaUro 1 0t eaJ at %  -nlr.1 Station on Monday neat U.r lr-t i %  NmemAer al I nan •!• Foad Van Hi .into vatal Bicycle rraanaa and i D-ABCY A BCOTT Oo-rt Aucaonoar DlaUict "A a* 10 -i ,%  LIQUOR UCENSE NOTICE Tha application ol CYNTHIA KING ahoraxoopar of SI. Malthiaa Oap, bohftoi Liquor Laroaaa No ni ..f laal "lad to MAMIE 1HICHLOW In rBaport of a board and ahlngle ahop i< I tar had to her ml dance at Backlae Uad Ht, Micfaael. lor B iraslaalaa to inopoilUii L*qi -den •hou ellached to M^Hhiaa Gap Chni t Dlatrlot -A-Datad Ihla lIUi day of Oflobar. 1MB. II Ihe Police Magistrate. Dtat "A bgnad CYMTHIA K1NU. Apoltoam N.B—Tbla appllraUoa will bo atsa ideied al a Laconatng Court to bo Mid %  Poln* Couil DletrUI "A mi Friday tn* rah da* or .. %  ., HNU, of ll %  lulu and Baibfediauis. ihu deciaUUi lUvlf beifui fuithtrr eompilctated by anothftr one. namely livut into Chuieae and Indian* %  BBJ Europeans (wnhaW) and iiegroes und Aboriginal India IK. And, all the iiunieioua shade*. that can be arrived t by bienoV tug tbeae puneipal elenidnU in various ways. I have also alr e ady lutntttd out that in the more cos* uuntnes, llrltuh GtnJamaica for i h shapes his mental outlook l j. of course, the racial group r, more likely, groups) to inch he bfaloncs. When he COTBM from on* of >e •uaiiiopolitan iiilitiileo, hi* re type does not land to have i unpleasanl effect upon Bis tnude as la to be expected um the conditions explained "Viimt ull the coloieiea la the ritikh Cajibbeaii urea are not %  upoUtao, and it is here thai love %  (Tiorsn'eotTfes'T %  fiWi %  Tha gaiaH mag of twuriaraiavg 1 orn loaatod to a lurn! Aad Koliou'g hoop laaw C Koaar odirfBiri i s wrkf aa r M— K all, .g %  Corn Hake** MOTHill KNOW a MSI I MlBraBBBa ton undaf Cap) < -oaugTMO In Da Coata A Co Lid Hchoan,r lady .Slaadlaa' M *ooa. Iron. $• Laria under Captain L A Mam i onHgned lo the Schoonai Oanria Aaaorialaon %  va.FAa.Tt-aaa rat IBJMOAD T TradMitgUtn HIM' A AKK indar pleaae i Hurley Boai-ntiel Bl Pete Trinidad 'wTuifai example, the** different raced tin trouble baagin*. A talk wiUi iiianaac to get along together m. u-i graUualaB who have bean without too much friction an*] al the U.C.W.l. (or a (aw year* find It possible lo work and pLa* -oun Hna you know that ukry and live with one anothei witbS generally nml the Barbadlanj the out having to commit inurdet niost lufly and snobbish and anti(too often) or stir up nots and social of all the lalaikdera. Thu defend ihegnselveo tuiainat oua Ii, of course, partly due to the aoolhei with actual loletu d Vinuioujlced LngUsh influence In ihough ui UIOM |o furtunala that island: the English, while VAITrVn t*intrtBis the typical exampla rot being exactly anUHo-il, do rmii^M* [i-ring Barbadoc. wbwv there ara* lend to be reserved and leticenl. (only two main race groups, tha But ihe greater part of the w*41 %  lack* and the 'while', with a Known Barbadian attitude U duo nail porcenUKe of mix tun*, thai t • ihe racial grouping ube TICKET Be-ie* u .* "1> tiTiOB (Hi which toeae poopat l-'Und in Uie island. And tha n ANTafil'A UCTOfaBJI n, IBM M. Jarh-ry. C JraYrey. C JaaYrr* Pawn. l-UBRTO llll-o ncrrotatDi IT. 1SU J Ward M Ward, at Janklna, K H.-wm. c Bumatl C June. W Allan, U (LOVell. G Jane.. A McFadcn. I. McFadtii. L MkFadrti 5 Hailc P -"•nee A Wakolt J Branch B Clarko, N Wllaon From TIUNLDAD OCTOBCU 37. ltU X Richard, c Chuw J Thotuaa. s Hrownr. B Chan Stng D Joaoph. M Wtoamau, j rhanior. P laulkraar. I raulki-.r.. W Faulluaoi. F|.nlhiHir M Faulfcncr. R r.ulknr. IISFABII nra. i, n i i Lu TBINIDAD: ocrroBTjB si. IPU D Moore c Job,-.B Hiuntina, M Milch-.il. i Muchi. J Jron. A iVargoe. B Horaeo. J Bar D Haytll. ( ---.in.t DowaiAF. ~ Greig. (, 1 it chile Id ( "' the i oomopotltan where reUtioii, are more %  iiendiy und there is rwra il to be plaNar-int. And 11 have u> lake to the Jama lag the Oree-.ad.an and the "TTu^r.^ ^"i^y^ <**"* too The, ^ very clcari.„,-, u -rtual fav, t ll nua * baingg Uvuig toitethar 3 S ..-,S 2?3 3!; ; SM ^ %  %  '" ,J,, tngly prone lo revert to a aatt • UM t ^> re of political nationalism lemituj'*' %  *'""'*• nipoi„ig their people of their aatlle rmniiv 1 nd Bnd lu ^^"^ns, and doing 1 Employ-, their Very lgt to ax-t power fo* f "Ti disIluamaaJuaui >• Ik. .....,.. .. _.i %  !> short, ihey goodnatured %  Mtuially uiBtitutioi inaiely for .iii-n: .. %  .! lialf ui. In ihey uin iwiidly the j i will collapsr the univeraity.! not take longei lo realise this. loaw tnair own country that conditions were "far from rosy 1 for them in England, The coininltWe was disturbed that propaganda might be spread in Jamaica to encourage Jamaiisns lo come to thin country. It v anted to see counter propaganda measures being taken which would tell them the truth "for their own sake*,'' or. something done to restrict the entry of Jamaicans into Britain losidenca, most of forget then UaBllfsr .arejuas well as then BIHMINGHAM. Counter propaganda ineauuiea have been suggested in Birmingham lo discourage Jainaicans coming lo lhb> country with visions of a land of guldei t mni leg. The mernbera Greater Birmlnghai nient Cornmltteo, wi ussing the city's coloured labour lu, B 0 u, r -j fl !" 7 problem, thought thai something..,,,. with luck hould be done lo lot the a.quauilaneeg, noi Mends" "and '" Jamaican, know before Ihey certainly not broil..•. Md IdsS which is what maunbers of tha l ,M 'l ud """ • nd tn ' colour ana I HM nation ought to S '" '' ^W"***!" > # > %  "P When, however, vuu come to ,l "'"' P 0 *' 11 0 '" haj single Uiose iKlands in which Ihcie axai U nl bod > ^ *• U^'F-iSlr 1 only two racial groups, you S "P body tt,M l**"" 8 *' M'liiething a hill, iiitfeient. H*U" n,n a,ld hopes to attain turn* axe much :ampl*;r, naturally K ''" w l*-'dge by the active co-opand much more unfriendly The *' '"' n D*'* 1 1 '' 1 person and per-, v.hile* disUke the black, as t u '"*' u Uie bMl w *y ' t-'ing thei, moral inrvriqi* fui "" ,nK n,osl lhUl **A" 0 thia IlC *'I idea which is really a survival Ul,u de of friendliness anu{ the times of the slave trade %  '""-< liood is not merely thejh.Ui and the blecki. dislike the. wlitUa. • "' uilud "' ,u " l *'*thnvii' being arioba and lUaUlly nriaX > ,| >" > ''''R >'e university; so far -'"freeattitude. -I l-HIMt.Ai. Or-TOBEB 3S. ISU V Nuraa. M Padnuxe. D Dvnovai. Uhoelal. O OoneaV.*>. A Oonialea Uonaaloa. M Gooulee. M (auncalai Vi-jrwood a Hanornao. J Honornan O'Noal. E S—m an. C OonaaleSHIPPING NO TICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. >AII IM. FBOBf Minn 1 a COTTK'A Hal October. ItBI 1 NBBTOR I4iv N.asaepbR. IfSff %  POBKOOIV Hat Ncnreanbcr. IfM BAMAMO TO Bt'BOFX S < iHAJaUBBrTAD. Srd Noeambar. IBftl -VI1.INO TO IBJMUAD FAJLAMABIBO AND BBITIBB OLIAMA nONAIBC. afrth October. USB %  i B PITON-POR Slat OOBBBOT, ISM • B COTTIC* ITIh Moveenbar. IBM vi a NKtrrtaK. r*u> Novomber. iran VI1IM. TO TBINIDAD 'IKA. SBth Ot-tohar. IBB) •aiUMO TO TBSM1DAP AMD CtBA-CAO v s iirarriA 101b Novaanbej-. IBBJ -I S UOSKOOP. Rlh Decambe., ItTJ B P MIBSON. SOI* A CO. LTD HARRISON LINE OI'TWAgfl FROM rHK INITEI1 EJNGDOH SS. "SUCCESSOR" S.S "HERDSMAN" SS. "TEMPLE BAR" S S "WAYFARER" From Newport and Ldverpool Liverpool London .. Glasgow and Liverpool 16th Ocl 25th Oct. 20th Oct SIst Oct. 7th Nov. 8th Nov. 5th Nov 17th Nov. MAIL NOTICES %  i A J for I'euaat, onlarnaL Nevi.. Md St Kllta by the V Motiako" win bo cjoaod at Use unaial Paot Office M underUrcei Mail al II mooni Hrgiatored -II -i .' %  .11 ordinary Mail at ID I m on Ihr Slat October. IBM aBBUs twag. Viaoamt by uto xr* wui bo nOMEWAKD rOfl THE CNITrii KINGDOM MM ik, SJ5. %  KALI \n,\ London. Pot further infornintion apply to DA COSTA O CO. LTD. — Aaente Canadian National Steamships Parcel Hall al IJ (nooni tail tllani ordinary Mall at a CX-tobr. If.-.. aaadlan ( .-nalracler ady Riidaejr inadlai. Cballeaf-r aadUa ( rolaar Salla gall. Maalreal rlalir.i IS Oct IS Oct M OM IT Oct i Nov Nm BaBa Arrleae Sail. leilea Barkada. Marbade. Oft SB Ort I Nov T Kov S N.,v — If Nov IS Nov ( Doc SDor? HAltS Or EXCHAXGf NOBTNBOt/ND Arrleea San. Arrlaae Am.,. %  arwadee Barbadaa Bartaa at J.h. .uaadlae flalaer M Od S NOV '"• Caaatraraa. 1 Mov S Nov |g Nov i ady Badney 20 Nov SI NOV I Do I DM I anaaiaa Challaaaer Nov Tf Nov Dor Canadian Cratlaar IS Dec IS Doc O DM IS Nov i rw • Dec tt Dec. I fn. llirnilnghaui many Jaunai. mis who looked for jobs found door after door shut in then faces. It was reported at the a-riiu,;. Mr. A. Q. Hutt. aecreiiiri'-i nuu.1 ig noi merely me I rxUiaaj **^ Braan -lliliiil.. ..' .....-I S lilt i i m i. [ W 4 /•! BBtaki r a to S.10*. . aight or ri—iigcd one* lo boot The,,. • fr,, "i Ita being a free attitude. I Draftif i IV 'raigblforward kdolanuw, of \ tw undergraduates all expect you';**."; £ • *$• -,,,, pr ach other. Among Uie mixture*, '' '""vc at it sooner or later,. !" fcW ** ViulS Z*S% iv niwever, feelings themselves are '"-' sooner Ihe better and not x> **r gifeer IH f*. T% Pr <3>aa)UM on llankrra TT t/le Pr Tfi" GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agent.. Hcomral BUTnlngham aachau. „ %  „„„,, ulQ ^ !" H 7da? u > %  " do they violently dhrwhm you don't, but they you know that they disCCT''PP'OVC. social advonUgca wheroBs The y tolerate no snobbislinese. browner ones arc dotamnlnad on l h part of the freshrnau, and to be lonfuBcd with thei; ,,ltv -, vvr >' Quick to decide i African ivusiru. I D / ac t |t whether or not you are soobiftcn true thai the browner Ulfhly inclined and to act chTwuiiirT.!'' rT-J^ nn t ""* "''' ,ht m rc -"""hiMi Uiey *ordingiy. They will toleraie t \,Z7 Jf,aa-lf Ml# iff*' T" 1 Ie "" r ^ r th> Quite club and societies, because .the. mil SfTL m# ' ,c,e rAn absolutely while man diffewut people "have different iother member said. But there ia under no danger of being mU interests. and want to gro and so he can together •"' lour. You lod nteffecthai it is ii\l'a|f fraa "aaay saealitliai' jjaj laag Undeirtrad-i ul •'""PM* o-ipt-a, m atnokao, so to r-m,„rl ' ; J ,uM '•*• P'ranl. taat-fo DOic lo ,, M.:MIA(M lAblere at meala and ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Diy t:hoklna;. ga.i.'ng. whooslni Aathma sod hr.mehltla poison your avatoan. aap >.>ur anng. ruin jour health and i-. alien our Wart. In 1 mlnulea VCMUfO Hipre• rlptton ol a lauioua dootT -clrew jaatga Ihrouch tha ble->d. gulckly curbing Ihr at'nrkr Tl vary Ural il-* lha iiIs dleaolved Ihua %  loui-ed workers. colour B wa. raporlcd tha. Ui„. w,,o 'XuTlh^-Un";", ., '"•,? lnl.lllnl men .mon, hUh, a, U u l-Twll .fcl'S""' ha Jamaican, in thU counlrj" I <•„.? II"nil who Had lo take menial ,„u I". .HI..nested that the Jamaicans enlerlnj lhU country "hould be reatrlcted, it pointed out that UUi oul& SS SS I number ..I determined that the Trinidadu,!'. ^SawtaS^paSiK -._ 'Wz^Cs^^' sugar Aailima miral, llixiK-Kltla In neat to .. though you rnay hava i yeara MENDA'X) !• at Uuvt lit. gu.i uii.cd loal i H .'.:.• r. lop your Aathma In I dava or riH-ii> v bark OH return ni empty I-avk.k' >.Ai<0 fr'.tn your Cbom.aL Tha gaarantaa proir-ta you, rered for U .-. -afill you free. lU.r Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly rtrliewed SfMtal4< I'iamoiid Hla>. I.I l-OUIS la, BAYLKY lv.,11,,,1 laBBe TUITION laBAluN DtUOSaMAKINU, MiUOn • iy Drafting. Draping i F—Moi aealgnlng of w.-rl.t nylea Eoav •apid cwurar of l'K e.poru wrla Aoadasay. po Boa si. Ban rorruuvdo. rtuuded. |W1 n 1 la—an. products than %  .I .ur,. in Z upset a Jan..iic. and qu.U m£SUi B •'at Jamalrv i. .uiiu.aUy' '' %  •a** nim -luutus not to laoown hi. laland'. name ,d h %  mBB lh. mB ilnna.V. kno. Iiaikl „.Kto^, Si a** "" ***• ba-aoOtad Such is tfas raxtalaXhBOB nt and may alao r.U'. I llaart Troutla A ceding iiti and qu'ii* 'Iron clad guar! %  arum Iaura mm fODAi'S NEWS FLASH MODgL STEAM ENGINES 1'KAINS 11 AMES UUCKETS & SI'AUES Ill-IIOLE SETS ANNl'ALS I'LAY HALLS CHEST EXPANDERS Etc. Etc. In The Toy Department JOHNSONS STATIONERY Kidneys Must (lean Out Acids \ %  HJI"-. 1 '' ''"***" 0 *' •xcaaa Aald* i ... ,., HaMs# ,„ yo t tEfi - %  • %  l.>n'ii t iyoa ori ... "1 .ghi aock l*alao-a >iia iba doctor a iiiaaailsiHg U_u y tha madtcina ao* aogdav ^eVaiCTaffifW ..CyiitaMK T g VegrtAbte Odnvi>)uiiil gave tr>.plrte or irrUlao raUef !r.un auch diMroaa in J out of 4 of the eaates uaatadl Take I.ylla Flokbam'a aieuch aha mooth gao ir B5e"! Ba* -eboee daya" %  Bra If you doa-t teal etier before and daawasg ynnr pannd' faMaflllwr Lgdla Pinkhama Oocapound. or nr. l-r-oaad tadu rioadkgai'a TBhlaaa. antn added tson' >, g guiril li you ao troubled witrt hot "/'*< -n II move fleehea and other fune'ional alrriar roaUrt 'alii* dtatreoa of ooonaa of Ilia' iwm | are ratal laarta youll ind Lfdla "•UiHIieane arl wh o.'fanoai aBaot eoatdeirui for Ihof. tool mrnrirual pain, C ,E G U TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND S.S -COLOMB1E' Sailing November .'.111 1DS2 Colliiij at Trinidad. La Gualra, Curacao. Cartagena, Jamaica. BJ3. -DE GRASSE" SatliDg November 25th. I9S2. Calling at Trinidad. La Gualra, Curacao, Cartanena and Jamaica. NORTHBOUND SS. "COLOMBIESailing 16th November 152. Calling a, Martinique. Guadaloupe. England and France. S.S. "DE GRASSE" Sailing 8th December 1BS2 Calling at England and France. ACCEPTING rASSENCEKK, CABOO. MAIL R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AgenU I'HONI. 3814 BEST QUALITY AliHIl t I.TI H.VI. 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r u.l TEN BAKBA1MJS ADVOCATE VltllMMin IXI'UBEB 2J. 15J 1 AUSTRALIA TTJNES-UP FOR U.K. HOPE IOII TKIMIIAII THIS CUP i ts ha printed to rrl...(!*d for the otit-tandlng npjrU ni:i of taa yr. It hu been niblb by in-mbcrs of the Albany Club, of which E. McDonald H in y M a prcmineDt nmaber. html lit u: Co//. iSebtetl Wins Edgar Armstrong Cup re still in progress nt th, (..nrrnment Hlli.aj a' "30 aftB. .. am the 600 yards bunk I %  %  WO Mtihlers and 1 rounds to .'n II I* S was 35 and %  is w> re ideal. In Cliin A. Mr. y. D. Davis top H point! while Ifl i'"* B. Mr R. S. Bancroft red SO. Kdgi.r Armstrong Cup" was aim shot for by local comi Capt. Neblctt -1jwon the In the Aggregate so far Mr a Trinidad top Vlth HJ point* out of a 106 in CUai A. [n Class U Hr, n. O. Browne scored 97 tor Barbados. Result, of UM Open Event* for N*>. 4 are ai follows: — OLAM -* %  • rai/t UT M. r D D.vla .*. 'S lo n 5I r Si *£''*,"*' 'Toadi B 4 on M.I i a(limh ,„.„„., „ „ I raelu .Trtnrt, n 3en ,„*.. feVertiMil .nl.. si IM 1 I'M 3 on I ... 3 00 *! li. tT-dd M H %  •• Autnuo mi* • t IM A raizr LIST M H i' %  M.t| ilar %  T-iiii tnmka iTdwn Munlcv IB fl II M S II slarahali mi Mr J A I I \-s ,l I Hn ,n'.io. Junior Champion's Great Opportunity By CHARLES BVIWHUI HR.TISH LAWN TENNIS is in lot .. revival The •lisplavs at the Junior Championships at Wimbledon last h give the clue Tne standard of play amon>; the under 18s has never beerr higher. All of which U meal heartening. Bui this is no airy-fairy prophecv that Bl I it will toon be holding the Davis Cup once more. For the lact is that Britain cannot become a world power in lawn tennis again merely by improving on per format twelve, months ago. The truth, painfully brougnt -, %  • %  a • home by the Olympic Games, i* lUm OrlUgeSflirt* thai Britain's best is not good enough. Not yet anyway J A Complex Race g %*• %  ~ ,' """\?" **** by the Uwn JwmiThe other reason Is that older Association, to send William iiories don'l ooatt of the class we Knlgh'. Ihe British Junior rxpjcl in one ol the bet handiChampion, on a six months playnip., of the year. inn tout of Australia. I find it difficult lo come to a „.,. „ ,. . fi IM ei.h^r .e of B _BUIy. IM;I* ' J I e d noriiig ihe three year olds as a 'awl. tousled haired, is to bo hole, or trying to find one likeKlven an opportunity to gear up • v lo show an advance on earlier his game In the hard school of ..inn the Australian tournament cirMy first impression was lhat. cult. It is a stiff assignment lor •iichei might bHM 11 for any youngster and no-one which I am searching. Now I realises better than Billy how MBtit 1" wei'h it all up his pubwide is the gap between promise lie credentials are not out'tsndand fulfilment. Ing. Richer has won two races this season. One at Redcor Brightest Pru>pect amounted to nothing. He woo by six l?nglhs at ihe Newmarket This 10-year-old left-hander is meeting. He did not beat anyBritain's brightest prospect and thing and the lima was slow, fully deserving or the opportunOeerty H is on whai he has acity. As a stroke player he probcompluhed at home lhat Richer a bly has lo give be^t lo his near | the best backed horse in the fst rlV ai Bobby Wilson whom he race for the money. beg, m y,,. junior Final. Bui he Cap of I.nlil possesses a quality which is The position of Cap of Gold is essential, not only in tennis but enluely different. He owes his | n all top-flight sport — the right po-Mlion m tne market solely to temperament covering money as he had been backed m some big doubles with He Is the type of plnycr who i Flush Royal. not put off by the strength of the Mr Rufus Beasley has a sound opposition He proved this at dUdkCl "I winning his third Wimbledon this summer In his Cmbridg*nire in live yeurs. m atch with Jaro*lav Drobny the te r ?E* w ^ iUCCe .u m ?1 self-exiled Ciech. and 1M8. This yaar the table will be represented by Brunetto Young Billy was obviously and Nicky Nook who at last right out of his class against the night's callover advanced from greatest left-hander in the world. ZO—I to 100— to close a firm But he always strove lo play his fourth favourite. OW n game and In the third set I have considerable regard for succeeded in laking three games HllROD though I would have prefr,^ j^-oh. "erred him without penalty. He has not had so much racing as Whilst in Australia Billy will some of the others and his record play against all the leading bears close scrutiny. He has won players. He will have a chance .wo and has been third once in to see for himself just what his last three races. It goes to Australian coaching methods can hicredit that he has never run do. Some of the players he will **?}*• meet will be little older than hlmNonolme should beat Antry„•!*. For sample Lew Hood and cldo on last week s running at Ken Rosewall, who did so well at Hurst Park but Cambridgeshire Wimbledon, are only 17. IOII AMI MvMOII MIAMI'S BILLY KNIOHT and Jaralav Drobnv match at Wimbledon aarllei UUH yasr Knighi ito tind#rtake a sis aaonit to loava England on Novrmbar 34th. tour of Australia He is due Forget All About Ray Robinson B> C;EOKGI: WHITING THE big-money boys of the American thick ear trade, laughingly referred to as boxing, are preparing to put one acroa us in re the middle-weight championship of the world. Jack Solomons, he of the Ash. League Cup finalists have lull better informed than most on creased their Wembley patronagf the strokes and stratagems of from 41.500 spectators in 1929 lo the international gore and glory capacity 100,000 to-day. They business, but he will not. I hope, iht-niselves, I understand, will be resent the straight lip tha-. high!/ delighted if they can some of his New York pals are attract 30,000 supporters on plotting his very aculc embarDecember 6. Even those prepared rassment by giving our Randolph to scoff will be welcome, provided Turpin the walk past. they pay. I hope it keeps fine for one and In *hort they are casting B „ n ^ thal „,,. footbal ..round for two home-bred conwll ^ worlh w lch n g. with not indeis againsi the day that too much kick-and-wlsh; also Sugar Ray Robinson, at present ha[ nol t^ g^ a percentage he hoped-for 30.000 will be >sorbcd in dance routines, deddas that the soft shoo can be ii'most oa profitable as the boxing hoot — and a lot I'fts painful. with people Idte Turpin about. Gonzalez Musi Rank World Tennis No. 1 'lily No. l of profession* i..*r. tennis, swarthy, lumbering R cardo Gonsales, may or may no* be matched next year against • itic %  draw of the a le>.r game. Frank Sedgman. Yet if they were meeting morrow my money would b*on Gonsales After watching hi* MrfamaBct, at Wembley whan the thump cf his gigantic shots • i lie d round the Empire P.HII. I have no hesitation in acclaiming him as the man who cat ptodoce the best lawn tennn li th world. Fcr such outstanding powe nnd quality of stroke. I put him ora par with Ellsworth vines In his greatest year. 193Z. Better Now Goniales, n U.S. citizen, Mexican by birth, is 24 years old and i>' tier than he was as an amat Ho came to Wimbledon but o ir 1949, when he won the doi.blo but failed m the singles. Sedg man is six months older. The wood floor at Wemhlo] T! it tegs any garm 1 but. allowing for Rial. Gonrales is terrifl Harking back a year or tw Gonzales and Sedgman did ust their strength as amateurs. Ir the 1949 Davis Cup Chal1' nae Round, Gonsales beat the Australian in three sets. Equal P(l)ay It's here at last — equal play for women golfers! Members of th,. U.S. Professional Womi Golf Association have bean vited to compete against men level terms in the £2.700 Northern California-Reno open louriu ment at Pebble Beach (Cull fornla) from October 9—12. Tournament dtreclor Fiank Cheater claims it Is the lirsl timi such a move has been made il open golf competition. ft ptijst-nt as guests of the lanagemant. Perhaps some of The rugger ivpes will drop in. Or do they .-till rvcull Dr. Thompson's remark about soccer being an inWhat would happen if Robin*"'*• man's gam*-:' quit? Simple citizens hk %  By (iet from ihr SOU *> p*u MM t'vd 10 rounds lo count HI. ASH ri/.i ii-< pu %  !i B HAitbyn iQCt Mi M Huiit.-r (T*Oad. a M. I* Itav.i iR.lo.1 T Ml P lllnc \B a i 47 i i < ounrll 41 i I.A n P C O S'l-Mwirt %  BA-i 44 K Hill *.l M W K U Mr K Vo>rwort 43 V' F. O 1 41 Hi 1J 4S Ttw shoot continues todi ci.ds on Thursday with i foi Ihe "Anchor" Cup. ei ling of the "Ancnoi Shi o; about 5.30 p.m. the (..' Irojinies will l>e ttrvst t ' i .%  ... 2 I* y, and i shoot At the Cup respec%  ntcd. different proposition. I shall ni lie surmised to see Antryclde This trip is ihe chance of a turn ihe tables. On last year's lifetime for Ihe British boy to running In the Cambridgeshira m ake up lost ground And he will Antryclde at log lbs is one of Ui 0 receive every assistance from best handicapped horses in the lhc Australian L.T.A. race. i year's winner. FleetitiK Tennis runs in Billy's family. M in, has nine, pounds more H1B father Is extremely keen on I ii >• Ihla tim,. and it is imthe game and has given his son probable that he has improved to much encouragement. Billy's sisthnl extent. ter played with considerable sucTniuung troubles kept Valcess in the Women's Junior desco in the background last championships some years ago. year when he ran once. He is quite sound again and haa been Billy is an all-round sportssnecially trained for this race. man. He is a Junior Table Tennis Mo ill not I*f.u away. International and plays a good I have some regard for Stalina K amc of rugby But he Ms giving as .in outsider and I would say up all other sports to concenthe same for Kriss Kringle who trnIe on |ennK For he (ccl5 (1TU rightly so. thai that is the only way to reach the lop. —L.E.8. Even the New York State Athletic Commission and America's National Boxing Association could hardly cavil at such a simple solution. But the vested interest boys. those barnacles clamped llrmly OB Broadway, would take no delight at all in watching the million-dollar middle-weight title slip out of Uip U.S.A. without let or hindrance. That, they would claim, ain't ethical. Favourites Tinlonger Robinson stalls the world with his %  this-year-next>. at --oinotime-never stories, the longer will hard-eyed American promoters have to find a couple of puppets to pop in as eligible Dm you hear about the busli I limes of ness-mon-cricketer with three tray^ on his office desk—labelled "In," Out.'" and "1.11*^? The last, he explained, meant: "Let the blighters wait"' —L-K.S. he will In Touch With Barbadoi CoaaUl Station i UN •: AND wjitcijxs iwm indwai LTD advH* Owl IM> en nu conn n-.uniratr *th ll.r fullowlni fhlpmroush H" BarbBdo* C-l StationM V Av|Mla, a S lUmana. B B i Troll. S R Sjtxnnatar. B S >f lean Planar, a a Thiounn. SB Guinrcmr. II IliaUmu-. BS Pol>flory. 8 g. Lot'ir.* met, S Tindr-. S 8 B Paul., an T".. %  S Alcol-Untrr. S •* SllrJ. i-hi. SH DtQnui. IK AlUnUc Diakr. 8 ft Tn.aaoduN R CiuJod IV to S iiunilnadon. B.B Fort Wcket. Then. If Robinson walks For <" %  •'' lemen Atkin Yard put on 64 runs before Atkins was I b.w. to Grant for 30 Depeiza Joined Yard who U ut or continues to dllher. clal th Turpin v Humez clash as reing for the championship of the world and let the golddlggan of Broadway whistle After His Blood After all. it would not be the first time Mr. S. has had Madlaon Square Garden after hat tood. Remember how. within 24 hours of Joe Louis' retirement. i" had matched Bruce Woodcock Id for the heavywcight championshiu of the world' We laughed at his unpudanea bu 50.000 people turned up for tha fight, and even tie BrlUat II VIIIR Board of Conlnl wrighro bl %  .'h ; irophv and %  Pioneer Hints Pioneering ran bv %  inful. and it seems to me the soccer men of Oxford and Cambridge Universities may IT blan| i'I more than they can comfortabb chew In taking than" annual match to Wembley on December Tho respeciive honorarv treasuren Oxford's Dr II W ("Pegaaotrj ThompKm and Cambrtd|e*s W. J Sartatn i from amateur clubs, schools and colH <-^. hava noted lhat there Is a in-irked* revival" of interest in soccer at the Universities. nut are there enough "marked -r\ ivaluls" to make those vast Wembley terraces look reasonBnt> well occupied" All Welcome The universities take encourigement from the fact that Rugby liinij — Bin|{0 liin^ii BINGO NIGHT Y M PC Beekles Rd 1ST NOV 1932 8 P.M. 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I'Al.t SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBUt it, UU Scouts Hold General Meeting I .Y KOUMn assembled .11 their Headquarter*. M j-C Road, on Tuesday night for the First Annual Qm •he St. Michael-South Local Association 1 ( the Boy Scouts' A^.-ciatifin. This Ijocal Association is responsible (or six Scout '.irh group presented n report M Tuesday night The Assistant Commissioner foview include. 1st St. Michael (1st MlSfcaal tnilta A-ocal AsSe.< SvouU), 2nd St. Mirhat-I KHialinn. Capt. R. A. Scaly. In iG*rru#n Sea ScouU), 5th presenting hf report Mid nridgrtnwn (Bethel* eth Bridgv Out' of (be Important event* of town (St. Patrick'* (R.C.) > Camp the year wi> the visit of Lord flres were also held Rownllan from llth to l?th feeThe ScouU In the ub-ar*.< ruary. Scouts of the tub-area have put In some food work and took part in the guard of honour at the end of the yenr there were for the Chief Scout and the RaU> 9 first Class. 37 Second Clas%  1 mere. The Cluef Scout Scout* Nine boys were ready a. spoke to fcaVch member of th ihe end of the year to complete Movement personally and to U> ihelr First Class Badge by tak"" members, jpjlplIs of schools, an. jn( the Journey. In addition proficiency badges ourlng the year. Ws welcome the appointment f Mrs. G. Hudson as Assistant Inland Commissioner fur Cubs. The Cuba of the sub-area held Rally at Gravesend during June. Cubs from other Packs In Si Michael also attended There \ ere S3 cubs present. Group Scouters have met in l 'inference with the Southern \rea Commissioner and the AsIstant Osnurdssioner from time a time, sis well as with the IsCharnMr of Commerce Hitalks were impressive an*' Inspiring and his visit hi' created greater Interest in th> M '. 1 "t-iil. Lord R'nvallan paid visits tthe 1st St. Michael (1st San Scouts) and the Mh Bridgetown (ficthal Group) ut Ihelr Head quarter*. 1ST CARIBBEAN JAMBORKF. This was held in Jamaica froi. the Mb to the 17th of March (>s'i 1 t*0 KUI. lrD_i; terriijd Conamiastone iHHV' ifK.inHri, .**. ''nruHMi ihe rsei snd IM ** U.S.A. weie present. Our con'Commissioner for Training t.neeut numbered SO 17 ScouterThe following It the state or ittuT 13 Scouts) of whom 10 (2 the nuh-area at 30th Scplembei Scouter* and 3 Scouts) were from IM3 21 Scouter*. 63 Cubs, 8f. ind Mi K M Cave. %  ssfilery:—Mr. C B Long. IUe> TresMrrer;— Mr V 1 <1"L. I'.irnngton. r*. CssnsnlMee :—Chairman. Mr F J Cole Vice-Chatrman. Mr Tudor. Ileeiy Kecreiary:—Mr. C B Long. Hw> rressurer.—Mr V I iloL. Carrtngton Sceuiers:—Mr. A Smith. Ml C A. Patterson. Mr. C Brainwaite. Mr S Flemmlng. Mrs. G Hudson. Lay:—Mr. F G Godson. Mr L A. Hall. Mr R N Jack. M. C O Norri* and Mr. A. L Mayers. Gretsii ReprtsenUllvss:— O n ich Group Aaat (stmsntaakNier:— Cap< <>f course there is/room for improvement and more progress A special word of thanks to the Soouters with whom we an pssjsasjd to be associated, for the sacrifice they arc making b\ giving up their spare time to train boys to be of service to the cornthrough scouting FlVP-YcfW Buerger't* Disease or Development Plan sub-area Jamaica the hos' Scouts. 17 Scout*, over 18 year country supplied 700 odd scouts and Trinidad the highest overseas number. 71. The theme ol the Jamboree was Unity and th< '. inbol n lamp. It was a huge a success and u grand •xperleve jV'aiid brotherhood. All were lou" Scouts. were gained ^ ^^ Island Seeel Coencll: Mr Cole and Mr C. A. Smith \s SI tors %  Mr C. S Janrl: Mr L C Banfleld. There was a good response to invitations to Join the Association Membership at the end of the .ear stood st 7g. The L A met during August to consider and adopt the Bye-laws Most of them were passed but th< section on Finances was postponed A Committee was ap__ pointed to go Into the matter o SL ££~i nroup subscriptions and hss suh Bd ..ilit** MS P<-port to stxecuHv Committee. Executive Committee and subcommittees nisv. met during the period. Our thanks arc due lo the iivcm oers of the Local Association who 1 avu aasMtod U during theperiod •Dd we WslsessM thsHr furlh.-i :,upport. The Executive Commltlec members have done well foi the short period they have been ui uffnee and have displayed a keen interest In the affairs off the Scout movement and have placed their knowledge and experience at our disposal. We thank them for the SaiekiSs they are rendering. We would also like to thank the • j Auditors for their services. We want lo thank the British uno Council (for films, etc ) the Pres* Mr. Straker (for film projector) %  nd all who have assisted us In my wav during the period under 1-view rhroinbcf-Aiigiilis ObUtertuitt BT NKVILI.. sciirLtn. c D D Be Frssvj Paa* 3 ^„„ ha BRITISH GUIANA. %  '? ^/^JSL -0 ?^ piW Thrombo-anglltU obli". 7 721t £? thm *"" n '""-""nalory type off oolitera„re )tng examined, and expert Hve vascular disease affecting 1 .. "*>*"§. fought .hfefly ihe peripheral arteries and Also tne FlshSTles Advlaoo veins especially off males. It was t ornrmftar is of ihe opinion thai .inscribed more fully *nd given IU larfjsssae .old storage facilities UPB1# ni namr bv Buerger in 1 or nsh are iww asscnlUl for the ,004 hsTsssr devssoproerit of the fishfnduatriaiisis Addre* Trinidad's Chamber Of Commerce rir praises of the hospitalit.. .ifered by the Jnmaleans and one of the outstanding features *n the blllelhig of scout* before am' h ., _. after the Jamboree in privat homes. BOB-A-JOB WEEK The groups in thp sub-on' < wtk part in this Campaign whirh .. is u rgani*ed by the Island Scoii'. Council, 100 Scouters. scouts and part, ft was highly •uccesBfui thanks to the literatim of the Groups raised the s GEOFFREY WILLIAMS vH.NAl I.IM. FLAG This inter-Troop competiUon was held at Combermere on April was won by the 1st Se;i Our congratulation! them. Bethel was runner up. At the end of the year the fol Sub-Committee The following sub-committees were appointed hy Executive Committee:— Warrants and Group registrations: Messrs. H. A. Tudor. A Smith and R N. Jack. Finance: Messrs. F. J. Cole. L. Mayers. Hudson. Michael (1st Sen St Scouts); 2nd 81 Mlrhsel (Onrrison Se,i ScouU 1; :trU St Michael (St. Matthias); Mh Bridgetown (Bethol); Bih Bridgetown (St Patrick (R.C l and Pine Hill Cub Pack Three new Groups have appubllc. The plied for permission to engage m of 3410.40 scouting activities and their regof an Island total of $1,010. ST. GEORGE'S DAY s..uts took port In the £ !K*** 1 i. W ** k L'BrM'g" • sussessHvs. v.ittendcd the service at S. rau ,„ m -,.. \„ 1 Cathedral on the 33m P<1 April. The Cubs attended a ser vice at St. Ambrose Church. Th* A" team of the Mh Ikrldgetow* DeOgs) Croup) won the putte-i sports: W St. Michael (1st St Scouts) won the Inter-Troop and Boxing competitions The S' George's Day message was rseu rev nviiffusion by the Assistant _ nitiKSioner. Vrrsngements have been mad' lo report at Queen's Collrye ind a similar number from 6th BrMlas^ovrn (St. Patrick's (R.C 1 to report at £rdiston In ihe event of a hurricane. In adiitio". scouts ovei the age of '5 year god whet possess bicycle* will "-1-4*1 the Service. SCOUTTVG PROGRESS Scout Troops which have hel< .strstlon is under consideration The Assistant Commissionei visited ..11 the Groups in UM sui. area and was pleased with ti.. turn out A report was made to the Executive Committee. A lack of or two casewan however apparent 11 1 hoped that each Group will acquire tte basic equipment so that 'he necessary training can be carried out. It is proposed %  • render financial assistance In.thi respect AREA COMMISSIONER Mr. Aubrey Dougles-Smith wu itppuinted Southern Area Com nmsloner with effect from th> I ScmrtST and Scouts from 2<>h May. 1M2. and we welcoml iwn (Bethel Group) this appointment. Captain R. A. Sealv was uppoknted AC. for the St. Michael S.,uth -ub-area with effect iron. ihe laUi January, IMS. Local Association The Si MichBcl-Soulh Local AwHociatlon was formed on the )2thof June. 1932. The following office benrers were elected:— Pr-sident:—Mr F J Cole, J P Viiv-presldr.11% Mr. H. A. nps during the year under reTudor, The Hon. Dr. A S. Catn Scout (Rules): M es sr s C A Patterson and F.G OodMII and Major R A Stoute. with power to co-opt. Applications were received fron^ eleven ladles and gentlemen for warranta. Three application' wsra received to start Groups at the following places:— St. Barnabas School--Cuba Collvmore Bock A M E. Church -Scouts. Erdlston Model School—Scouts As a temporary measure ;r1 rmgementa for examinations foi psclal proficiency badges and for 1 UM are made by Local Scout Hsskdojtsartsn. through its BsdgSecretsrv Finances Special thanks are due lo Ml Cole, our President, and Head ui Finance Sub-Committee for organ i-mg a Pound Sale and Social anc indlng over the sum of 393.03 Ui tha Local Association; also to the I'lne Hill Cub Pack under Mrs fj. Hudson, for their donation m 110.00. The Financial Statement for the lerlod 12th June to Mth Septem>*r. 1952. which forms an Ap1 endlx to thiiReport shows a net 1 .il.m.. to our wredit of S3UA.ua. General Efforts hove been made by wav if bioadcasts and 'hrough UV iress to Interest the public in M'outirig in general and as regards his sub-area in particular Th< •esponse has been heartening, bu^ It IS our intention to bring coutmg to the community and In his connection it is proposed te rutesj demonstrations from time to ;ime In the sub-area As we meet on thl* historic day. et us remember Nelson's famou* Ignal "Englmd expects every man to do his duly" and take With tin Into the New Year th.pint of Nelson—Service to others. A Scout's duty L to be useful md to help others We are grateful for what has oecn done for scouting in the subarea, for th# flame that has started In the hearts of -nany and we look forward with confidence to he future. Total Group subscriptions revived by the Assistant Com1 IsSjtongr, St. Michael-South for •ha ssssf 1931-32 amounted to 371,48 Of this, the *um of MS.T3 %  raj paid to Local Seout Headquarters and $>n 72 to LA !-., %  isorai rw Industry anst u>at Use proActual cause is -id to be Lsa? !LSS? r cllll is tlse'knowa but basically the Ml owst pressing Klui urgent need vtl %  h. industry at present Thl Kirecti* of Agriculture is of th I opinion that neither the full valuJ •>f the Information gained as a esult or in vest I gallons 1 work confueled by the Fisheries Drvisom In respect of improved methds of catching fish, nor the full .dvant.ige of the improved methods, will be realised unless the narketing side off the fishing nduetry Is organised and modernsed on the bsuria of large scale old jctorage. it Is accordingly rectsjBmcfiaed that Government houid undertake the establishment and operation of an adequate old storage for fresh fish In the nterests of incr •rom local sources. It Is considered that there should be a main old storage si tuned in Bridgeown and smeller cold storage unit* in other places (first st i S s^ 'S;abYe^o t oper.^ d l s I "^22 "itfSsi •ributlon de,-.t. in piral Trees "[ cho ^* ,n ,he %  dv nccd ? U *T The Director has also !" £d "' ,h "' <'"*f j when drastic that, as in the ease ot ,ne %  iU^ •• rc indicated for im-' iresh fish ft would SJ.II.. lnerila,, vasodilstatlon and relief! ihat cold storage and .hstrlbutlon froftl lh# maddening. exciuciaUiiK I are U.e limiting factors In the ,,a,n ,n ,?• le "' T * "J***"* rndui'ion of green vegeUbles • %  PP d ' • operation demand induced by the presence of elenent In the blood stream causing %  xces-ive clotting accompanied bj .nflammatory disease of the vessel sniBa, Although the lower extremities are most frequently involved, the thrombosis (blood clot 1 may occur subsequently in the coronary, cerebral, or renal arteries. Gangerene may develop in the extremities. In the case of our late king, the curtain rose on the classical operation for Buerger's Disease, and the closing scene of his life was enacted in th* coronarv artery. Treatment involves any safe mean* by which an increase of "•? i 00 "gPy peripheral blood flow can be ) rought about. Thi* Is known .1 n vasodllatation. There are several means of producing vasodilaUition known to medical science Bilateral sympathetic gangllu 1 Osf CJ-Kn C oi ieS 0" SJ— 11' PORT OF SPAIN. Oct. UAt a Chamber of Corsunsri hincheon this afternoon at whu HI Uie Governor. Use United Kingdom Industrialisation Mu>f.011, A E V. Barton, West India '. ommitte,. Secretary and Maui ice Dorman. new Colonial Secretary were guests of honou Honourable Alan Storey, Pros) tent took the opportunity to re.ifflrni th v Chamber'* .mirldenn in the Go v ernor s administration Mr. SLorey said from Ume to time they had declared the complete confidence the Chamber had In the Governor', administration as Governor of the cosoay. To-day they knew off nothing that could in any way impair that confidence and the duty the Chamber owed him as 'Her Majesty's representative and the Constitution of this colony remains as staunch as ever. Mr. Storey said they had read arts* dixiuiet th c attacks that '.ad been made on the Governor's administration In certain quarters. They deplored the ihreat that had been made added lo criticism. Then he declarea "at a time when our young constitution reajuired the support of all the friends of this colony (and shortly there should be none in this island who is not its friend 1 we deprecate most of all that .• section of the pros* should for no .ipparent reason undermine voui Excellency'* authority which fa so vital a cornerstone in thc fabric of the constitution. Mr. Lsncoln Steel, Lend er of the Industrialisation Mi'lion speaking en the aspect of proces s ing, inquired whether it would be possible to have in Trinidad afkl possibiy in Jamaica %  free nor: where goods could enter duty free. It would be a good thing Mr. Steel added if those barriers could be lifted whereby manufacturers could build up Industries like insecticides for export within British territories in thc Caribbean zone. Mr. Steel said he would welcome businessmen's opinions on the possibility of such a proposal. %  md in the reducii .. level within reach of a greate: 1'reportlo n 0 f the population The nrovlsiuu of cold storage facilities an i the operation of marketing dewts would appsar to offer the beat chance of making full .ise of .ncreaaed local production. Nothln.:. however, is known of the ec.-nomlcs of this form of %  arks* rig. The indications are of prices to a ln highest -Kill that ran be found In a surgeon. British Ouians hould be proud In baring such .1 surgeon in her midst—a true son of the soil. On accouni of the ever-preseni underlying threat of thmrnbosl* elsewMrt, continuous sntl-esOttiiig medication which combine. codllutation are clear after apRebels Blow Up Dikes In Hanoi HANOI. Oct. 28 Flood waters from the Ren River spread on Tuesday lsklS ne plain, west of Hanoi as Comniunist-led Vietmlnh rebels blew ip dikes to hinder French troop French and Vietnam replacenenU are being rushed to new osition* along the provincial route No 41 In an effort to build "P a strong second line of defence nek of the main outposts strung .long the south bank of the nar,iw muddy Black River A spokesmen for the French .kli command said Ihe rebels had iitisolldiited fTieir gains sufficient%  v In thc rugged mountains thm de between the Red and Black Itlvers to be able to launch a new %  invc south into their country. Some advanced Communist unltr have already crossed Ihe BIscM tiver in probing raids, Iteconnnltsence pilots report 'hat Vletmlnhs are mnssing in a four pronged pitchfork spreading South and West from Nghialo Ley base raptured in bitter fight:ig eleven days ago. -U.F. that It would be expensive to inI'ltcaiUwi of sane reasoning ( .ugura:,* such a system; and in *>*'• -rial or puot sclerne would have ^allfied doctors of London Ont. in be undertaken by thc Oov,7 0d .r? continuous use of The present unsatlsVi ernment factor % %  conditions Justify Oovernmt t expenditure on Investluating the possibilities and economies of organised marketing Irrigation Loans It u. tioped that us 0 result of • eseart-ii and •xpvrinienUil work lor which 3400,000 has been prov ided, conomic methods of Irriratlng .igrieultural lands of l>easantv ..ml plantations, will be 'leterniltied in which case funds will be required for loans to purchase irrigation equipment In msny cases probably on a cooperative basis PI* Products Scheme The Government is Investigating the possibility of furthering the processing of pig product* '11 the Island and so limit thu present Imports as well as provide products for export for which %  market exists. Soil Conservation 'alpha locopherol) irge doses. In their hospital for rardlova*ular-renal diseases they use the large dosage therapy of Vitamin %  for the following reasons I. Vitamin E (alph.i tocopherol 1 11 practically a food, harmless In M application to the human bodv. 3. II helps resolve blood vessel 1 lots or prevents them. .1 Helps resolve scar tissue in the blood vessel walls in all type* I of disease processes. 4. Increases collateral circulation. 5. Vitamin E is the safest vasonilstor known to science the services of the experts who have been made available by the United States Technical Co-op•atum Administration to advise overnment* In the Caribbean on ways and means of orgunisinc 1 c is ss-1 11 IB >. orogramme i n connection with u fft %  * ** ** f ajalsfi l ftfl help housing Scheme which It is proposed to participate in however In the main must be the project far the utilisation of *clf supporting An> roq^ih-iiSlJ. h.r milk ...M.I.M i SSSM favoiiii li>l r, ue riiher, iraooihcr. mote aevrishiag *ith KLIM snd KI.IM 11 so cimvcmeiu snd t*\\ SB 1 w. Gie lour f'milf •sirs MIBjlBlliiiiai -SSI S flj.orwi.b J...ffBssWssssssfl I. KLIM IS prs, SSfs milk 2. KLIM aeesi wfHisst refrlgsraflsa 3. KLIM ssellty \ % .i.o,, H Hsrst 4. KLIM Ii eicellssl fsr jrsfisg cklldrse 5 KUM 4DSI mmittrntHT ro COOKSO OISHSS 4. KLIM I* rssasasMBSeS fee latest feedleg 7. KLIM U sets Is rfce is>>cllly s>i<:ks.d rla 8. KLIM Is presses* asgsr %  trlsUst cestr*J Toke v^ pure w "'^jp odd KLIM, ulr ond ^5? you have pure, safe milk KUM s MILK NtST IN PMMMNCI THI WOILD OYilr 1 FOR GIANTS THAT GIVE MILES AND WILES OF PROFITABLE PERFORMANCE COOD/^EAbl Cm GARAGE TRADING CO.. Llv-wssssss^sssssi A TTENTION! ALL SMOKERS 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 14 CENTS PER PACKAGE OF 10 AND PLAYER'S CLIPPER CIGARETTES 36 CENTS PER PACKAGE OF 20 BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., (BARBADOS) LIMITED



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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER it, 1*52 BARBADOS AllVOt.VTE I'M.I SEVEN, Five Year Plan Presented To House laaaagw 3 • Frost. Page I nothing without adequate warni he supposed the "ig and frequent reminders. *U would use the word Honourable members would real" member that on four or Bva> occasI was however suggesting that ions, he pointed out that they (consideration of the matter would be coming with a five year was baton Uu-m was the P |a 'r Capital Expenditure and uU-umi-" of tlw const 1U t io n -it the same inn.'. Bad R huh began •*** ,nev '*uld be well advised to tfl. In that year, there was lel ,l ** known generally that It for tti. IIIM lime in the history **** ,n burden of his remarka "f Bar! ..am. an admission by the Uiat thry cmiiaot hve schemes Head if', Executive that dis r development without increased Unct par.es existed in the Island, ."?'1<">He had made that point Iffct those parties each had * pnou h <"* some of course [they would see that the deAnyone who had even read the %  /as nothing strange, but was Bcasley Report would realise that y the culmination of the n was a useful reminder to them which the Labour Party that they had a one crop economy en pursuing during the past and the extraordinary luck they PM" had with crops for the last four %  id that because, although years could not last for ever and 1 of their enemies realised could not reasonably be expected I had commented on it. the to last for a number of years yet. of people who had been Statistics for the past 50 years J or seemed to have been had shown that they had had one disctaaMn<: the Government Five drought in every three years, but Year De ft Bad Taxation during the last four years, there Plan, dlii run seem U. remember was a remarkable exception and that. they had during that time got nth extreme luck. The very In The House Yestenlov Thr Houaa of AMI ntrh mat a fkaniuiMn (j a...Ill Hi. Ho" xr Ifw Sp*ak*r inf. thr carts* N..IHuunr that he had ti aa. taw Mr. WaWMI sava ( of a Financial Report on AcHeaMutio., to' SI 'm la **lar UW c-jni, of tha Trwwui Ihe MM Basil mbac ISM Mr bad %  lao racMved Buie of Ravens and Cipendiiui* %  sshwai %  Hariri and lha amj-oti' : at Joan. M. PhUBt and *t. Mr. Adanu laid lha lollowins Papara: — Maamacr No St ISM dated IDSOU, of October. ISM h I •• ERccllancy lha Oovarnor lo lha Honourable tha Hm* of A.aant. bly notify in* tha Hnaioiirablr Houaa of hiappointment a* Governor and ConuaandwlnClUtl of BrillJi Ooiaiv and of lha apaomtmant of In llobart Dunm Kama Arundall. K.C.M O O B C Governor and Command*) -m-Chtai of lit* Windward ..land* a kH n mot as Oovarnor and CwimiwW •r-in-Chuf ol Barbadoa Report ai Ihr Minoi Hand!. %  tafia Dwvatopmcnt Commit ta* flra. Annual Rapoit of U 1-abour Waltaro tllouaina I-naru Oraanlfation Mh Junr. isso ji.t March. 1M1. Report of tha aWiifia. on tit Vital SlalUUn lor UM >ai Tltd PanMona Oftlcaal > Amend n Order l*&> Sir AdanBat of lEiibadoa. coir#lL.:.i i HH breUeakC* on h*> appMntmant and racrvttina thai ha could net %  •rv* out l.ii uaua! Urot ol "lllcr Tha Houaa paaaad an Addrna aSTWlaa to D* Bcnaett bains I" light out l %  arbadoa lo edslar on Soil Conn I . > Tha Houaa piaad an AiWint in reply to .1 mnaadr froas Mia Kapallano tha (..^„,.„. approvln of lUibado> twinf, rrprcaantrd al IM B I F nnt ,aa, Tha Houaa IUUOI a Haaolulion aolhoriatPS it,i;.A.mor-M> BaaeuUv* Committaa to adopt and B1a #Atrt lo the rHommandaliona niadr b> thr C— J waasa on OIU and rat* in Jui % tnia .M Tha Hnoar basan and poMpoaad co w aisolation of a naaotulMtn to authatla* Govrrnmanl lo rntat * I t;*...^ caaal msinra-. al H. dj| n rlu IVI MtaaM i The Houaa baaai conafalorKkM oi the Oovammani • Fiya V""> iPan-ionablaffJ :>c*elopmani Plan ot t<| Lhpandltu'r and Tai Th* Houaa adj.> p m to-day Capital As to housing in general ha said that they ww. tulalUng their promises to nuch petple us >jt)>eiiters, and masons, atjC %  I could n.tt benelit from III. BUfBH Werkei-s' Fund Hef.i.inK lo iK..I.I planlatton he told honourable members that liouwOI Atwciiibh THE PRICE OF PETROL ADVANCE Ouiigralulalr BUT YQU CAN $T|LL Sir \Urnl ^tivugo I It. House ol Aembly j (iovernmenl had approvtHl the leraay passed an A policy of disaaaoefatlng the reply, congratulutnut Hi kx school from the estate: and thone [ency the Uoveino, HI IUI who worked in the land should savage on his appomum n. %  get a share in the profits Governor of Hrilian UttaaWL bti Touching on the head. New „ lrcUiruf n, s departure I Offices and Parliamentary Bu.ld lv>hin> *, f ,^ ,£ x|llr llloI1 .„ ins term of office. Mr. Adams and Dr. f/fc DRIVE IN STYLE ngs. he laid that It was essential 'hat additional office accommoda. ion should be provided forth. ?. r \ A ^,' n •"£ Dr V" with. At th. BUM time, Go%-'",, UlUu!c 'V". S*. rnment proposed to erect new "">• " ^*> b-.a, rnt buildings a* had been • nd ..•• .*"•*. -P-" lro ropose.1 in IMS An excellent %  "tlatocy'B assnuOMtraU •do was available t the East nc > "' ,l '-"'> %  ••• %  "-"l '" end of Government Htu i<.iaians in then |lu •irounds which WOtM provide for tu de to the common lu< thfl new Legislative buildings, coigny. Mr. Adums >-m he dm Mini. %  f the Legislature an,i the PubMi Q, ll ,\d.ini> lie Buildings for use by GovernHouse suid he HI bfl m iMent depart menu expressing tiie gfrocral Under the heads. Available DM only ol ih, Uo i 4 n 1 inds. he said that with regards bly, Uut t>l Int laup i housing, it was heartburning gnerUy. CWU hervmnui and >•> K UM Oovffjrnmani in decide icUtiU .eii.i-u>, Ui-i wbil< lav t they w.mUl hiiw t,. c.n down w li; B ,.„| ,„ ,„.„, (ll (l gpltal expenditure and rely kuo ., pronioiioi. ro f ffifrfa bii baiwinaj i" •IVI u-u.H mi ol nfllce. ConaMfftrtfl Fund. ,: :>' I fo^r^V.''r>e1us P orp.>Uc y Ind'hS fa^ y thVtlheir"iuck'^d'held'for*a "allegations had prevented then, Fund recently st-rlled lim by ,i„t' Z^rawli ., -i .i „.' t.?, i„ loriff time was such that thev from studying the memorandum even knowing that the revenue fc ,;,.,„ ., ,on ' d taTalt ;.": %  '" %  nnl"IS *%* < *Xto* ,J!7n properly. 5 ,1 lhrouh U.. m.mEqu.lU.Uon Fund „l .."'S''^Z,^'''^ !" ; ' %  ""' SS li^ol Uic^uikir!^ clMM Kheme. o( development, the, h.d orandum nd draw .Uenllon lo ,io on In UJ year at .11. Tluy JfT&J! A ,,,,. ,,'"V\ ",. OOM 1". tl.o uland. nrtmirll ,nd , JSult Ihf "'>' ""Baron which lo tall back. Ihe order or scheme, aet out might draw part of II .1 any tune. ,' n ^ h ~i" C '£"Z d 1 !" ----• I JW-r. v23?JiorS of the ^lonv The The, therefore on lhat M readthere on the proponb of the When It w,d Ih.l th.-> Ml " """"" "' '"" ^f"' 1 ll,„I hint Ap.rl SST LTT. -Ul '.-. Tj' 55 in of "" Bn "" B ' >0 "' m ' m Govemmenl to thai the, would lakinj m..„,.y lhat could b,. u.v.i J „ ""VJ'JX, „, !" ovll i!J; LanVr .no II w s onTv a • %  "• """""I • ''" <•' %  >• ">•' was on the pattern of lo build achooU. Me, and InvMed ',„„" m „„^ iandal ,^S^f -'ne i -l clccUon and the P'""' 0 " "" •"""'> %  %  "* Pocy acl out In the parUr'i It .broad, thai wa, the law. LT„ ,"f K30IKW gfann !" of uV,,, %  I SurveJ UK US ,ar ""> c ul<1 * ,or m.nifeo a. a result of which Therefore the Revenue Equalls.Rudrd ", "he •'. !h Go* Vment wii In a pS" U lhc hc !"!" ""' would uk,! lo Ihev mined a majority al the last lion Fund was only like a houseII Ihcic was one thing %  pan -n *~ [ion 111'. .iUniliusli.illvc dut) Ih.i". cluiled in the'pi.iKiamiiu' nd nerbedtan eyould ilwan remen they would like lo they gained a majority at the last tton Fund was only like a houset i„. rtf waa lhl K '" i Hi'. rlxeeUenc. In, Uon locoine o.-fore Ihe public and vZA"' N^erlheSu^ltav Sd in 1 5J Bm K a t ~j ,i... ^ pcr .. pU "i?* "!f '""' mc S.'. y s "'"" "" %  '" !" l "'"" 1 1 l '--" ""' '•"' "'" "' %  '" '""" ""' '" Ike leatol.iture with a Five Year Ke7erJrtTSSnThlel^ c?i?w 2 ThCJ "r* %  r *? rred -.'a "" '" "" Uc 'P*" •>' "> PO"">l Fundi". There as .la.. Ihe la". Ul> S.VM> betl PUntE.,, on the policy which It l.t^SToUn" SlSet'^tal-se S' V !" U ? ^".'Ifi" 0 "...^." .. Jl"^ ""* %  Organ, „„.'„ I. housing f,„„, B Ml In tlUl. had kept constantly berorc the eleelarate If he aecmeil to stress that point. t „....„„T uiT-jikZT !" J_I-I; """i" raiuaiisauoi, runo nun misnaps. lliganisation foi housing fi.nn llaioadliin.. ill then ..liitu.i, i %  !" 3ln& aTS^lirSSSj " %  """ "' "" PO C, whlCn *"•"''"• ' !" ' crttteam. • UEoUt Well.,, lun.l.. which .1 III. .,„„„ „i „., ,,„.„„ JhevTlSt^e erS:led to mover ">" h d bWn P ur """."". •* J*' 1 Provulon h.d been rn.de ., e.peeled would expend II, Hid MM ttal a Lerlod of flviTVem and there'"" ,ew ycara nd "' s lor 'or gelling money from thoM who „l,,ut .500.(io on bOUstni durdm eould give high., a IN* rt ove rv* a 10 mm .htrinw.-.l what fhav warp doilltf WOlllil la-lieill fr..m lha schema ..„. lh n !" .i !" i -. ...... H it. ... FOR LESS PER MILE You can't heat Ihe economy of lhc llillnian Mini unless you're willine lo lacrifice the hrillianl performance of lhc Hillman Fnginc and the luxurious comfort of Hillman appoinlmcnls. Moreover, it's satisfying to drive a cat ili.u makes e\ciynic turn lo admire ita small lines and flcctncss. and who wouldn't be satished when he knows lhat he is gelling so much exlra mileage from every Unkful of petrol il waa only because, even within. foreVhaf ex'rarrH&turc ThcV'wm h <'" we What thejr were doing would benelit from the .eheme— ,„g Ihe period. ., non-llarbadlan Ihan" Ii Ihe Rank, of the Labour Party, .hie lo make. Having done that. In " niernorandum. that waa tu poalenty, and where was he pro„,,. *.~Uu, It inniired as If some people they then attempted on Bgure. s), that with the Increased price vuIon for big loam. It WOuU Snilllorllllii M ihouglii Wot In.l thouaht that the Government of from head, ol department, to do of sugar. It had become necessary hurt their vanity to be told >a „_.„.. -.„,...„ __ should l gl.id llial II. I today had ,ail of the back of Ita for five years wh.t Ihey would do to avoid ot all cost, ever thinkBarbadian, that the chance. ,.t "'•"••" ="J ,,,.,„..",,. " lew • abUltl would nut be lost need auddcnly thought out scheme, every year for one year. They got ing of a retrenchment plan. present of Barbadoa receiving big %  • "'JLJ' ",",".,"'„„,,' i — "I .thev were putting together from them. esUmates of the neceslie knew thai Government loans on Ihr j Lodon market wen%  ',.,..,,':"''''',, ''' %  '„, II, II.,, ,„ „,, SJuig ., Five Year Plan, alaary expenditure .nd in addlUon. since the war when ihey Barted I'ol rosy and would not be ros; ''f ul Ti 7 '"""" ""' Ihe motron ih. iass.ua„ the M 3 some of the scheme, in the case of those department, to i„cre. the rates of income %  " We good name of Barbad..:. £„£•!" *" • >"'•• %  % %  •<• ;,„'.'..." l a l ",J, : of the blue. on whom they relied more u,, .„,. always me, with the cryi '• %  '"tored after the mud Ihrow, & n *"' um .. *" %  '.'2K5. I especially for schemes of produc% %  foa aIe budgeting for more than ' '" HOUMS of Lord.. Ii £'•;" w u ."' Ur Invealigation. "" "" Compare Proposal, Uve development to Mtt" them v f m _.„„" p Z l: ?hc) „ crc 10 ,3 would serve no uia-ful purpo*, if ^ %  ^^, 1 ^~ l l tl Lu !" ^„ ,0 1 ,," : %  tovitod honourible member, what, from their technical point hn om tni OV er again and " ""'I anything more than that ot lava pul.li, -who might not have of view, was the beat or neceaaary their answer wa, thai nothing Deep Wuter llnrbour don. no yet. to take propcaala method, of approaching the quaak h Except for a deep water ,,,,,,„„„„, ^ ccaaaked in Ihe Memorandum, lion of productive developmenl. hc ^ ^ ^^ ^ >o ong n rbour „,„,. „„ no tmmriMc J ,U {J 1 g; JJ luc „ and to take Ihe last published Not Commonsense as outstanding thing, remained project thai called for a big loan near them. Howevei. in all then l„ni,i, i;,„ nme of the Policy of the propose to lake. to bo done—social reforms lo be P'fnThey had set a. oe one c, derations. tly had to use sir in.;,],. Party, and look ot them revenue and build carried oul. Thai was governmillion dollars for a Development th available land. ,„.d lha %  side. Then they would see ^ ^^SSTSSJSS In the menf. poUcy all along. Brd lo (o into scheme, and 11 Member. doubUs remember. ,,„"" |„ ,". "" -memorandum which he We „ ndlc or bm d a secondary He had never made a budget mhl be that thec Mheme. ed the recei.l change, at lli, K M ; ",'," r ',,,','• ^tUng before the House for , |sh Thal would speech without reminding hon. might necessiUte loans, but It wa. h. pita] Ti.ev had othe. pro. J ; ,,"';,"" were aomiiik %  have with been burnl down In lluuika V M, Black Rock when ihe %  ugajaatkn age N.. U M .m.i % for making that house a notllylug tha li.i.i.ini.ible Hot I frald were pcopU"1 yOul ..|iiniininem ... OovernO ornRUUldl -in-, in, i ..i Hey, K., M I. place being proval, the Go „, not be commonsen>. especially Durable members and the public no a" 000 t'lolr starting there in po als being examined by llni expression on the floor or „,.,-„ lhfTC were several other generally of that and It would llt,,e Barbadoa without resources A. isory Board of the ho.spit.,1 aas^A-v a A -> n-.t-iiimi itsit r if t Kii %  a a ea s-,_ !... ..i. l*i ,_n _._._ s i %  al a i tL ev. ___av_ a ssn at a n Ht wel tel wllr aas'ing Si Suvn Itghi i" %  sing bado. aa Yi for carrying out of tho h to ^ looklH| (10r remain Ihe policy of Ihe Govl>ul only sugar, and saying thai and the Director of Medical Ser. r^-Housi. wlul ..„.!, „ made by Ihe Party In Honourable members eould set ,„ _, ^ "" •"" without the advice of induslrlalsi • %  which would mean tho .. """•'. '"' regretting Janlfeato.put before Ihe ha ,„ e b „,, „f a new develop. UU. Ihey were going to embark acquiring of more beds. ,.'"" r-*'ell,iicy nenanure Iropi jusl befare the lust elec„„,,,, „heme. apart from Capital income lax „„ a „ men i factory or something Referring lo lhc Head Educu"," 5 "'""" ""i "' congralulale Expenciiture. was food production. miiuoeis would see when they of u„ mH ^ Therefore, honouiI he said llial the deparUneiil •'"" hae. Hen, y „„ our p,„ Ino They had put up a, necessary ^J' ffSSdLl^Sn^rS^ bl rnembers would see thai c.iunal,. of the eo.1 of erecting '"" ,' !h '"' *"" themes on the forefront, the exP r P' n l '"J 1 ''•"'''" -^'' G"VWc „ „„ no lftc um o( a „„„„,„„ ,,„ „„. i,,,,,,,,,,! gno id] Bavaa pr.mises, pme of whiCJi were „„„„,, of ,,. water resource, lor •'"•"'"' ". not agreeing and ir ,„, oy by w y „, ,„,„, ,„ r u „. ..,|.^ „,, gjot.tiai „,„| tl„. VatuiM ill lb, Y. lo ...n..' S ly promP.es cohflnuc a rli g a ,|„„ sn, a. to provide again, had „e„r agreed with those who limlucUvi , chcm „. „„„„„,„. „„ „,.|„„cl and ttta, embarked on in previous,he poulbil ly of drought and JJJdgSJJ re_ not rj ping in ^ „ ,„„ whrn ,.,i,l training climated Ihe cost %  is. embarked on by Ihe mavb e. enable them lo extend the ." u h JJ %  "' J.f'V'"?, J£f started lo ra.se six million dollar. ..r niipmeiil al ggo.000. Tho would be .ill, l„ .„c,„i .,,. „.h P^SIB^^ gf-Lt-ai* :,, STould not ...emp, uoffl .hey ^^^SSS^trm, the w^Vll^^SlMl^aaaS Inv, •SB before them the fiscal burin 7, "f ,,, hl m f,, r age crop of 150.000 tons could He knew that a socialist goveg,, ..nd the recurrent expenditure h.,1 Und vay. , al Ji„. i„,.,..,,rhl.. memsund—to spread taxation In anment being in power, tcTrlflcd been placed at $40,000. %  Ke most general Ihlng as re-^^X nwres olher direction some people. If Ihev were still In 11. 's.„ would 1,.%  > 1U being a Five Year Plan hers would so. Irom ini " recalled the llrst time when thai frame of mind, one could adHthat Jn most countries. It was given In r ii,. n, [<" % !" hl Bx on ,„,. vaor „„,„., ru „, mirr „„., r eonsi.tency. bu, hard s* in.,1 rive years was a reasontasks they ha,L J^'"* "".'^ and tobacco was increased, and their wisdom. They also enable time for the life of .Co.. dollar, J",, 5 cbcm „ u Q U nQl ^, the argument I that they eould visaged six million dollar, fr arnrneiit. and a reasonable time In Ihe Commil "•The" da1 not .^, the poor man of loan fund,, six and a half mil Mcli .,. plan a particular GovIhey-eoul bud;gel m >' '^ „„.,, „V. m ,. „„, he had had lo from fund, al preen, available. %  • %  %  ••• %  •' %  '-' %  "' , %  ,""",'", ,, %  „..•"', %  u %  rJaZdlbaa ItaariMrlbrac The Mraiorandun, '.V'hardJyTikeW "SSr! buoget to fSmSTti722£ JWf? '" P?f# JJ" *£ Mr. Adam, then referred In deth the' Cover m,il Jo? folSjef see what wa. the general Sovlel Russia, of all people, were „,i ,„ u, p memorandum Und. .'"uT.a.?'!"' !"!" 1 !" ",. SSa^i. .„d esit olt here and increasing taxes on Vodka and propoul. for Capital Exp., .hi ,. head: laoan Fund i ll I r •SSPATSi HouTbf beltedVSTeSS &X =<^T lh TlI^ iHSSXiTmSHS^S^ fcoyed with them" for 0 da > „n,ng ?%LZ,Y2£ ^cScrnment fltu^^""> "£''' "'"^" mote the development of lndu.Su*: J year^ahead and no, merely aled a, lha, were could provide. ^U^grlJu^J^^TJijj. „ Uj W^'^-^J*""" m jeai %  "* %  '• General Agreement in their manifesto, and lhc Party industrial Development CorporaAll Agreed There was after all. a general was returned with a majority. tlon which had been recently I II honourable members *ould agreonont as to the needs of BarHe said that hiGovernment e,tabllshe they were not merely guessing. m r Adams said that he took it and the public generally that the legislation for the encouragement He thought it was only fair to y,,,, any Government in power Government had done no more of Industries and reminded memthe Junior Member for St. Anwould have had before it certain than It said It would do before it bers of the group of Industrialists drew to mention that he pressed th m j. 9 for it to do such as better aot the votes of the people of the who were soon to v. it l!..i l... ( |.. Government to appoint a Fin_,•— BU upltes. therefore irrigacountry. He said that his colleague ancial Secretary because they t on morc food crops, more enIf members would really criticalwould be glad to know that the. went into the House with Budgcour jigement for peasants and foo ly read the memorandum side by had gone into the question of els which hod no relation to a fla^ermen etc. if they aimed at aide with the Labour Party's motor tractors, but ther e would fixed policy or plan of taxation. i ncir a A1 ir.f: food prediction. Any Manifesto, they would see that the be some snags. While the Govand a number of Supplementary Government would have to make memorandum was written In the ernment could not charge hitl Estimate* during the year. No^ ha^y, of a scheme for a fivethe light of the manifesto. They prices, they still could not maki body knew whether some Heads wmr development plan, the inwould see that the memorandum it a drain upon the Treasury b rt HII (.III? Ulivri (illIVItl II* ilia— i,|s-i".i. na-r —.*— — ng Marshal Stalin's example picture, and cut olf here and Fin =H1€E Ei^^^^v BjrsJ^rtJJz l&JSiS urrent cost ft.niual :! at $47,400. The ,[,. saiu" inatVhej W ,„. „,., H t. nakiniiim eupllnl expfHtdltUn I .i.-,l that they were getting then i-hlfh it had been possible to inin,.ne> — worth lion, the lV|,„n ludr fin that project was $20(I.M,III ment m Highways and ir -id the recurrent expenditure ha.l Undo l-ii-mn Welfaic Kund.-, h< v .nil I ho|>e ,di lliiiiourable UN the inen.iH'is will realise that this iiinenl l misunderstood when he SUM t '.HI ,,[ ,-VII bglng cajoied ihat owing to I'M nipfi npori '' %  '" MythlM tint is going to IhtO h.id given as much attention WmUU* UW chances ..f otn %  nd i-onsid. liiliiti to -li.it UM) "ilding up a U'nin.ally high should do about eduf.iiion Most l-tbOUl Welfare Fund I throw r tin iiittciMiis III.K.Ion ciiiic.i OUt Ul* suggestion to factory | lOal M-re utterly undeserving. UI %  * %  ideas in rrom AgUTtM reaching him nrOcn "" -'" Ml ''' 9 %  *• BO* going i he Efiucallon Ofhcc on tests etc., u *" "" *'" h u 'ilW I.. I.,',;, In .Ir-|i,i|l Tht J5 '' %  • I %  '" l" 1 ;,1 ' l "' 1 11 rcenUge in illiteracy in group! ,d tSV ... word lo ,hc wtlc l %  t. nine had gone down during „",,; ,. -:.." "XluanT tf •* 'more JLi?JBJS. ^-hS iin MIII uinaren. (i ru b|| ^ would lay thai .1 Ju"? h J.T ,n i'' '" ""'" %  '•"•' "'-' •" in. < niieague and the .Senior mem,,,,, „,., (I( T ,. M( iy her for St Andrew by saying that At this stage lhc dinner adhey had to wait u.,tM thv expen jouflifgassjl w..s takn.. and 0B %  .-rived to advise them on the the rt*UmpUon Mi Adams coni of handling the type of tinued his address Mr A K ,s and in those districts. Until the Ltwig I.) next spoke, and the %  Xpert had gi ven his advice. U ll'i ise w.. nUI today. t./lC. Ratlin \olvn LORD MJLVERT01S ON THE AIR — To-morrow livening I'VNnit \MU \ I'-li.N atJaMMbaaH -iii I diiKi.il .-.I tlaffa %  tapi.sMil.. g lli-.U.I AiKiMMODATION %  '*'' l asaa • ••mparitnani .gigii l.s. .11 ,..,|. .1 la„.,(, n „J, ^ d ,1,, l. vfc „ M HILILIMAN MINX ULOON-I iiSMKillill CO! PS • ESTATI CAB CDII & CO, LTD. Dismeurons SET" LUkJMMl \.l\( .k. Book Department i. F. IIAKIIISON V lo. BUY .Oil! CHRISTMAS CARDS EARLY! A KKW ll(H)K TITLES •INK I OUFUCTE CAIII) I'l.AVEK t'MAMI'IONMIll" BRIDGE t'OMPLETC KOBTUNf TKl.I.INC COMPLETE CANASTA THE ROYAL KAMI1.V %  i IV ANNUAL R0P1CAL BIRDS (A BAT8PORD COLOUR BOOK) KUAN/ VON PAPEN MEMOIRS STEAMBOAT OOTHH Pran i Parkinson K TIIE CHAUaENOE PtiyllU B. THE THURBER ALBUM PRIVATE AiiMY "POPBKI MS WAY Ramsey Alltnan f)XKH(l) H'lOKS MANY III IKS In '...^J year development plan pressed t-, p ___ in at tn^t OTOI \ WRITING PAPER IN SETS. CASES OK PADS PERSONAL OFFICE ANI> DESK DIARIES KOH I9S3 ... of Administration pressed f^^rrnV „f" "t ood production in was based on the manifesto. allowing it lo be an ufieeonom.. strongly for something and got „ lo „ y He could think only of one or scheme, Government then-f M his way, more than another Head %  maKjn( ir, cir scleclioiis cermay be two outstanding promises was satisfied with the scheme of Department, and that was the •£ thing* had to go by the which were not contained in the suggested by the Director of way In which we budgeted. Board Government, however, memorandum, and If they struck Agriculture. He would ask the forebearance had ^ abandoned anything; only oil tomorrow, they would be "Let i ot August the uegtji to fade ..ml lo n..i [hi -Ituitlfili u Since the middl been bioadcaiting a sildBtion Ihe BIU is now bringniK &f net of programmes describing on tli<%  ! inetie Iranamiailoa to A Day In the Life of .' promtthis area curlier than usual. Efleei-ent ofllcials. To-morrow this livo from Sunday. 26th Octol*ei nd honourl '_ r< i? l an m *U_d*l .with A Day ihe wavelengths and frequ. m ble members thai you are not the Lile of a Colonial Governor' t„ th.( irlbbf Hi I! ( % %  __.k the forebei of the House to quote himself'^ ^'^^grnvkCxhen' v^ct'c undertaken. He felt that no -M* members that you are Dot u 1 .i.iie of a colonial Oov., an atnocious thing to do-on '"If'" J !" "^ befpr,. aU ch single country could normally B" • ** • to vote any^^ 1 P* -k Wl ^ Mll T •*; what he said on the floor of the ggf^ h SveSSeS iSnt.ng plan five years ahead, and hope thing ton.ght Everything h lo JgJ ^SJSS1?^£&J!S 4 DO t • 00 U m 25 53 met, e> House at the time of the last ££ %  m JJ i ^. wcva more beds at not to have modifications. Russia """• epate item and it is ,n !" ." s,r A, h "' '[• %  "- ** 4 00 Io fl -J 0 P !" rj* Sir s tt^"E iSaSrsr ~£sr=i ?&$S££g% wE s. a. EH -JS i —• CudietandaSla'budgr, lor. hHtatt. LltL ^Terl rZ„Tr,^ Housing l^,.„, •".;. Bornao .Gambia .nd ifll .1 IK, ,.. I ., „ i !.,,.a-ruvH *. u u-i IT" !" ^f. — couniry or J( aarc-" ld l' ft .lamaira lo br „ {^ QUMI10 f, ol loan, f'.i '' "ie .ubicct o( rcpre.cnl.iig and „ .., d.ll, will ran I. U March of Ih n %  "*>" warafiling who, .chemes for the be., of their ahdity so to plan <.} Scrv^u "", houalna ..tminlsu-rlna llrlli* C'olonK. i. In ll.e 31 and H mM would anuelpat. such crit,c,sms nad „„, cut dw n b. In order lo |>rovide ainst for., n ,'„7 lt "JJ, r lh c" m l„. K rmal) •rid. and ta Tha BBC ena a, might be'W'tedI at the Go, "JJ JJ^ Jf^ .^ by ^noihej Ke.ble d.meultle, alteration, and „al "ll along In "hi M I "robabls On a HSJrlod llnu.ll, ernmenl. when he will """'"' hj |f. For a particular kind of circumstances. Il was nol true Government were lold Ibey were "•"••• '"" *"• •" " %  Cololion win.>• .1.. down v on the_taxatlon proposals housing scheme. Government felt lo say lhat Govssrnmenwere mak0 ,y"^iiuiiniTit tni man at Ihe "tos Lord alllverlon ha. Ken many lhl. tin ...II b. lhat on the whole, it was better ing no provision against possible toD fanna Qatv had com* alon. laoareailve changes In lhe a held gratvful [or ..n van better ing no provision against possible to Since they had com. alont Proarssaslve changes in the field grateful for ( they came calamity. They had gone much w ,, h D an to „.,.., c v i. _,_ of rolonlal administration and in i„.n ol IIIK' pr.wram Budge, sp^ch ,. j s^jjr „r;.,:ir ZTSSZ %17, £J5£ ^ulSJTSS '" —"• h l nol get social m P'\ en £ n .'' ^""' welfare fund and to allow people countries provided for the greater '"." ^SH....''.jH-iH* ,.'.Z to do their own con..rucUon. pereenUge of their Ineom. to r.to warn the House again at the tim Budget Speech thnt they 'ms T." aTtua/ would see when t ajld to deal with the memorandum He Mid th.t Government main In their gene. in housing. Why put aside money civil servants, why nol pure for th. poor?" I revenue He said thai civil servants King* n III. %  BBC. I'n I In Ihls one talk, he is Box 40B unable to cover all the widely li W I irylna fynctiona which fall to The Week's Must, .veriKir. in Colonies which .re In |, l( |r,l in BBC musical br Plan without Increased taxation "', ^II? •ll". t !oraf XSS llwpubl .loV'grtoi ba*~on"^'bV~rMxaatng balance' than th."prVie"nt Ma, wo !" d *r„'c'lud !" "tne 'cSice, "'lumb! '"' I 'liH. rcnl slage. of dev.1, K are th ? !" t 2i£ai. ..*.i„. ihim the programme bul It fell that a lot men! were providing. H. aald ers .1 the waterworks etc 1 %  • ' talx will last for | 0 Uowlng niorthy of -|>eeial man he of Barbados to live "~ more „„„,, ,hould be used by lhal by way of answering criticwas of course obvious thai lhc flfloi. minute, beginning al 10 15 tlon ;.l mm p m on Sunday 261! pow S ""4 a Jv., hleutsii anythe people on Uveir own house Isms that -you had too much .urn of S00 raw would not go fai * %  "n Thursday. SOth October. Tuesday. 2lh and frlday Slsl so: they bad, "'Y" "'"" .'. consiructlon. They would still money In th. Treasury, why don't if people were going lo build Hi nd wl11 h. bro.dcast In the 49 ,,. I thing up their ev '*' '" im h uild houses bul not s. they had you spend ll?" bungalow -yp. of hou lhal metre band. 035 megacyclesI in |u|j a g, „„. Royal I'hilh.rrr.onuwere "' e ^' 'I !" ,,' 1 ?.'ir nrom. started on a big way as al Governm.nl wanted to put bewoulo C-.1 ISflH. If Ihe, we..,' "! •;" Or, by Sir to give reminoers or aaas. I D, acons Road. fore members whal Ihey honestly only golnc lo give person. In Hi. "nd 6.l5 i ""!; ...-. SAILS %  I l..llr M.0 4.50 S.40 $1.80 30c. p'r lb. n.tl. BARBADOS HARDWARE Co., Ltd. (TIIK HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) V„ III Bwu sired 'Phone 2IM. 4I0, 3534