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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY Ja

Court of Gr
Court

ind Sessic 10.00 a.m
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Council 5.00 p.m
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St. George 7.30 p.m

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Por the cause that lacks assistance,
Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,
For the future in the distance,

And the good that i can do.

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'OVEMBER 4,

1952

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Yugoslavia Will Join Defence Against Aggression

Marshal Tito Assails | ong 4ecane'

Soviet Foreign Policy

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia, Nov. 3.
MARSHAL TITO bitterly assailing Russia and prais-
ing the West for its unconditioned defence aid said
Yugoslavia will actively support a “joint defence against
aggression”.



Marshal Tito delivered a 40,000
word address to the Yugoslav
Communist Party Congress where-
in he traced the present world
tensions back to the Tehereri,

Coneern Over
- Yalta and Potsd f s,
Brazil Likely | '0).27.2°3 "ues
Russia’s doorsteps for events since
To Be Eased fae to her hypocrisy.

He said the Soviets deluded
| Yugoslavia and other small na-
tions into believing she was their
champion. But Yugoslavia’s split
with the Cominform had con-
tributed greatly to the subse-
quent decline of world - wide
Soviet - directed Communist
strength.

LONDON, Noy. 3
Brazil's payments difficulties
continue in the news, but publi-
cation in the Bra@gilian Congres-
Bional Journal of that country's
economic arrears in all currencies
at the beginning of September
will tend to ease some of the more
alarmed speculation, according to
banking circles, 7 He |
There has been a rising tide of | 4 h
concern in London over Brazil's; Co-operete, with International
shortage of sterling and the lack| Progressive movements even
of British purchases of Brazilian where there were differences of
cotton this season, ever since tha|Pinion. But added it was not
British Credit Guarantee Depart- | yet ready for formal union with

ment suspended its guarantees on| International Socialist groups.
exports to Brazil last June. Marshal Tito vigorously criti-

This resulted in exports to|cised Russia as a country where
Brazil coming toa virtual full| the workers were exploited worse
stop. Recently the announcement | than in Capitalist countries. He
of a barter deal of British Jet air-|said Soviet Foreign Policy had
craft for Brazilian cotton, whila|become merely old-fashioned
welcomed by many exporters, has ‘ Imperialism.
been the subject of much adverse , —UP.
comment in banking and financial |

circles. —U-P. | Governor A dell
Welcome For | Bans Processions

Sa Sl ees assaeeneSeERESNRS

Yugoslav Com-
prepared to

said the
Party, was





Barbadian Judge |

(From Qur Own Correspondent) {
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 3. |
Mr, Clyde Archer who has been |
appointed Acting Judge of the}
Supreme Coyrt of Trinidad and
Tobago last week, received a
warm and cordial welcome from
the Bar at San Fernando this
morning when he sat on the Bench
for the first time. Mr, Archer
who was Acting Solicitor General
up to last week is in San Fernando
to preside over the November
Criminal Assizes. Welcome

~apiobe were-led off by Mr. A.
. Rienzi, Crown Counsel on be-

half of the Law Officers and Mr.
Gaston Johnston on behalf of the
Bar Association joined,

Mr. Justice E. R. L. Ward in
San Fernando to preside over the
Supreme Court sat with Mr,
Archer during the welcome ad-
dresses. He said he knew Archer

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, Nov. 3.
Governor Arundell, under the
powers vested in him by the!
Public Order Ordinance has de-
clared a ban on all public pro-|
cessions in the colony between
November 1 and January 31!

next. The order does not ap-|
ply to funerals or processions
held under the auspices of any



recognised religigus denomina-
tion.

The ban blunts the _ antici-
pated Gairyite November 11
mareh through the streets of

St. Georges to which the leader

of the vement has exanied
an invitation to followers the

wecent Market Square meeting
with a possibility of using the
oceasion to whip up feelings of
the workers in connection with a
wage boost claim on which the
MMWU have declined an early
meeting with employers for dis-
cussion and up to the present

since he was a boy in Barbados;ignored a memorandum in reply
nd he hoped “this is only a fore-|¢) the claims setting out the

taste of what lies in store for} position of the agricultural in-
him.” 7 dustry.
Replying Mr. Archer said that Every opportunity has also

he was very thankful for the
warm welcome of San Fernando,
He knew of the cordiality which

been taken by Gairy—including
the exploitation of the privilege
of immunity of the legislature to

existed between the Bench and|refer “to public works departe
the Bar there and promised to do/ ment irregularities and urge ar-
rests.

all he could to maintain it.



AT ST. THOMAS’ ALMSHOUSE

EXPERTS
MEET

The 1952 meeting of the Advis-
ory Committee of the B.W.lI.
Central Sugar Cane Breeding

Station opened yesterday morning
at the office of the Department o
Science and. Agriculture under
the chairmanship of Mr. C. C,
Skeete Director of Agriculture
who is Chairman of the Advisory
Committee ex officio,

The main purpose of the meet-
ing is to reylew the work of ‘ha
Station during the past year and
to prepare 9 budget for the com-
ing financial year

It is expected that the meeting
will end tomorrow.

Attending the meeting are th«
following representatives from the
member colonies:

Mr. C. Holman B. Williams,
Director of Agriculture, Trinidad;
Mr. M. A. G. Hanschell, Director
of Agriculture, Grenada, repre-
senting the Windward Islands;
Mr. R. R. Follett-Smith who is
representing the British Guiana
Sugar Producers’ Association;
Professor C. Y. Shephard. C.B.E.,
Acting Principal of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad; Mr. G. R. Gregory,
Senior Agricultural Officer, Brit-
ish Honduras; Hon'ble E, S. Rob-
imson, Sir John Saint, Mr. G. C,



« Sia neler sansiiil

AGAIN WASHED AWAY



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|



LAKES BRIDGE, ST. ANDREW
is once more damaged. A sectior
last month. No repairs have b

which has been washed away and repaired on numerous occasions,

of the bridge (to
started.

Roads In St. Andrew

Pose Serious Problem

Haggatts) was washed away during the heavy rains



GOVERNOR'S
|| DEPARTURE ,



Stevenson Cyto-Geneticist and >
Mr. B. del. Inniss, Botanist, Bar-| DELA YED
bados. ' 4
| NEWS has been receives MANY of the main highways of $ takai: lceiaind
Invitations were also sent to Mr. that the S.S. “Oranjestad’ 8 ys of St. Andrew have now

A. deK, Frampton, Agricultural
Adviser to the Cdmptroller for
Development and Welfare and Mr.
P. E. Turner, Sugar Agronomist,
C.D. and W.. but these were un-|
ewble to attend. !

During their stay in Barbados,
the delegates will visit Groves
Agricultural Station and Codring-
ton Experimental Station.

Police Clash

LONDON, Nov. 3. |

Conflicting reports reaching
here Monday said weekend bor-,
der clashes were fought with}

mortars and light machine guns
by Indian and Pakistan frontier
police along the Indo-Pakiptari
boundary near Lahore. No cas-'
ualties were reported in either
account,

Reports from Karachi said a
58-hour pitched battle between
the two countries’ police forces!
started Saturday night after
‘ aggression” by Indian police on

been. turned into treacherous bye-ways for motorists as a
result of frequent landslides caused during heavy rainfalls
within recent years

‘ has been delayed and will not
be reaching Barbados until the
j late afternoon of Tuesday, 4th
November. I

His Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage will arrive
at the Baggage Warehouse at
5.30 p.m. and will leave for
the ship at 6 p.m.



: is k gaged on it, knocking boulder:
| 0 poOsitien in a ‘fort to level
S. Africa Asked | ))!)°.,)°,...0%% te

To Suspend
Racial Laws

UNITED NATIONS,

New York, Nov, \

13 other Arab“ anc
ealled upon

India and
Asian countries
South Africa
her policies of
tion against
ovigin,

India’s
Vijaya L.

racial discrimina
persons of Indian

chief delegate Madar

Pandit sounded th

Monday to suspend) «

|

~arge sections of these roads which were damaged are
still in a bad state of disre pair, and they continue to pose

4 serious problem to the Highway Commissioners
At Spring Vale, nearly 100 yard :

so of the road was carried away G
one of the recent land, slips rO ” pe
esterday seven men wert vernor 0 ns

Leewards’ Leg.



Sir Alfred And Lady
Savage Say Goodbye

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor and Lady Savage
last night said goodbye to the people of Barbados in a fare-
\ well message broadcast ov the Bareados Rediffusion

Service Ltd.

Sir Alfred and his wife le

S.S. Oranjestad for a holida:

their new duties in British Guian,

His Excellency. said

“My wife and I have come he
to-night to say a few words of
farewell, We leave Barbados to-
morrow evening for a holiday in
the United Kingdom before taking
up our new duties in British
Guiana,

“It is three years since we ar-
rived in this island—-both of us
were a little apprehensive of the
high office to which we had been
appointed and of the reputation of
Barbadians of being a very

* this afternoon by the
gland balare taking up



cau

tious people The welcome you
gave to us on that first day we
shall never forget Never before

in any part of the world had we
seen such a demonstration of
goodwill and loyalty to the British
Crown on the arrival of a new
Governor

“We have driven and walked
round the island, probably great-
er distances and through side roads
and gaps far more than the ma-
jority of you. Our aim has been
to get to know as many people
as possible and their interests and
views, and to achieve the distinc-
tion seldom conferred on a
stranger—of “belonging” to the
community of Barbados. Many
of you have been very generous in
the last six weeks in your com-
pliments and good wishes and
there has been a hint of reproach
that we should go away after only
three years service

Compelling Reasons

“You will realise that there must

have been very compelling reasons



Sir ALFRED SAVAGE.



Retired Gen.
Criticises
Mr. Truman

for us to leave this island, We

have worked in six different LOS ANGELES, Nov
countries, we have made many Retired Lieut General Albert
friends all over the world and this}C, Wedemeyer said the Trumen

~ aD eee oS mer naees net ee administration is responsible for
at vehiclos 1@ snortest stay © have yer x= Ft the Koreat wa hapless”
ay pass more easily Council perienced, but we have never felt} confict whi h hi should
All around there is evidence of | so ene at leaving a country a8fpot have occurred
&reat soil erosion. Walls aré From Our Own Cor we ao today Gen. Wedemeyer. speaking in
ri ced SS ae om i “ orrespondent) ‘ . . ATS ave not been |. ; . 7 ae :
geen yo pies dane ee A ANTIGUA, Nov, 3. ere gnaieae tas sie onieemaial . ae ib am se ah
: ‘ é : R way to the A sparse gathering attended , to eee oe : ina , | Ssponsore xy the National Re
pet vt oery trafic which still|}the opening of the Leewarc princi Geese 86 the Pure 7 publican Senatorial Committee
Leas than a ter i ielecndis general Legislativeliiving which the world has been | Said last night that Dwight D.
wore tens _auarter of a mile)Council, His Exeelleney - Sir unable to prevent, But this Island Kosenhower was not responsible
mai 2 40 wil paging of Ue} Kenneth Blackburne suffering} has enjoyed many blessings. We] \' the’™ withdrawal “ot ~ Uritted
whic tag a 1d e waters | from influenza, in a brief ad- have had three “good crops and © ates troops from Korea in
irse under ck Groves’ wre dress said: “I do not propose to] good prices for them; we have| !49 x
reat chaunenh ae ah oe review the colony’s past fpro~| been free of hurricanes; there have} General Wedemeyer —aceused
ie Seana ae, eee Aa®) gress until during the forthcom-| been no epidemics; and good in- r esident Trur an of nakins
ew veut 8 i uring the past/ing budget session of the Coun-| dustrial and community relations | ‘“rolitical blunders” which led
yea and on either bank of | jj" in December. have been maintained. Our neigh-|'o war. He said the administra-

le watercourse, the cane crop

ill lies flat on the ground where “On the subject of “defedera~

two Pakistan border villages. warning that events in the Unio | t was levelled with the force of seh co are Islands, I
; are moving towards the “Inevi-j'!¢ Water. Huge boulders dug|that the ran Sa ae aan ep

An Indian report from Bom-} tape catastrophe.” jout of the slopes and brought ‘at the Leeward Islands federa-

bay said “heavy 24 hour long} The draft resolution calling | down with the water, still block ton has outlived its usefulness,
aS cone eer Peeian oe for the suspension of the erotnt he watercourse ree online wok peeee’ a —
iad enter ree Indian border areas ack onich savarates vareth >| Impassable to Traffic a ae ne on the Governmen
villages and threatened a fourth.) | cording to colour was Daa nted| The Groves Road which once ary and Sealer to iste loan

Both reports said clashes ended

thereafter to teke steps



wih’ Br Aaaeeare ‘aitie’ ‘conter- to the ad hoc Political , Com * ; mittee of the U.N, Gener: re footpath, impassable to any! of the Leeward Islands.” Ag t

ences between senior police of-}',.- ; traffic at all, The road 1 aris sap vung.” - A pce Rl

ficials of the two countries Assembly. ; Be nie re road linking UP! ourable members will know the

f “-y.p.| But South Africa immediately >t, Simons and Turner Hall is| Secretary of State replied saying

UE -\served notice that the matter i till impassable 5 the decision on constitutional

outside the jurisdiction of the Au along the road leading from|defederation” of the Leeward

U.N, Its chief delegate Mr, G. P Seba aa Haggatts, one s€es ON! Islands must await the decision

Jooste accused India.of bad iaith Pither side canes three or fqurjon the West Indian Federation,

and of conducting a “campaign of }0les in from the hedgerow void Although the abolition of the



A SECTION of the wall, abont 106 feet long, bordering the western side of St. Thomas’ Almshouse,

‘was washed away during heavy rains last month. The wall, which run
repaired.

8 across a gully, is now being

Leewards Chose

bf tops, and levelled tothe ground. || eeward Islands Federatio

P Ml 1h é § Pré on
In addition to Madam Pandit } The new Haggatts Bridge which | |.

delegates from Pakistan and Iraq }, Supported with concrete, and) will feel that his time is wasted

. tn @ Which replaced the old wooden . r m
appeale - ef lo , Cc . .
appealed to South Africa to cease bridge survived the waters that | 2 a 4: ouncil, The Federation

vilification” against his country,



Pakistan's Riaoed a ,s égain carried away a complete! veneral itdehae Ceca "aie
cribed South African laws as fh fection of the Lakes Bridge which | 4 long and distinguished history.
most legalized modern asia lag Was re-opened a few weeks ag0\, read that the first Leeward
lislation to create racial ghettos” ‘te! being closed for three years.’ {siands federation probably has

/ Over on the Western side of the,



2 a “lare: ts , the distinction of having been a
bageee Tavcivwh” ta "this aibe ae paggatis are e area look- | model for “the: constitution of
lfar . at aaa Re wall shows signs of extensive) (ys 4A. For Alexander Hamilton
Seas here - i tenes ee i More than half of its! wing drafted that constitution was

or a, an naian struggle lpngth, although still standing, isi. ceteek ‘avin’ 3 E
LD rigaie * 34 7 ‘a — sores te Genuine with the next heavy] show so many similarities that
§ ) aintain the dignity fill o : ENE ter 7
‘a, sol : J ak xi oy He ad
|andeworth of the human ‘perso tLooking over the other side’of|{f2bebly Alexander Hamilton had
jin which the non-white people of) be road—the Lakes District side- Is lan “r ind wher draftir ;
South Africa even now al he sees a vast river bed chan-} a eu Ss a stitat nen : ‘s
engaged ously, Fl @ on page 5 he 5S. constitution

Apart from the need of main-



2 ee
taining the ancient and fine history

this Council, there is much

can better

‘tion becomes . a reality. ¢ am
eure this Council will start its
VESSELS BOUND FOR BELIZE, where port workers
g i iA ' , lative Couneil of the colony.”
are taking part in the Britigh Honduras general strike, | Ag that tn effects of

| ies |
Agents Divert Their)“.
L gen Ss - ivert Clr: a handled _ "the Leeward
| Islands on a federal basis until
° + o
Ships From Belize |
| work with a full realization of its
importance even though this may
eae Sarees by star agents to other ports. @ On page 5
Good Prospects For



jsuch time as West Indian federa-
BELIZE. é
perhaps be the last general Legis-
tie steamer “Mataura,” carrying

cargo of milk for school chil-

“de-

1947
Korea

tion suppressed his
on China’ and

called for the following
Mr. Cuke In London 1. Maintenance f military

forces in Korea. 2 Moral an

report

@ On page 5
which



(From Our Own Correspondent) material” aid to Chinese Va-
LONDON, Nov. 3 {tionalists led by Chiang Kai-
Mr. H. A. Cuke and Mr. Keith’ Shek’ that gallant leade of
McCowan arrived today for dis-| Free China”. 3. Creation of
cussions with the Food Ministry | « ffective” South Korean rY
on the price to be paid for the General Wedemeyer © said
1953 sugar crop, Delegates from!warned that the withdrawal of
other Commonwealth sugar pro-| United States forces would lead
ducing countries are also injty occupation of South Korea by
town and there will be an in-]ecither Soviqt troops or North
formal meeting probably tomor-]|Korean units trained by the

row before an approach is made] Russians.

to the Ministry. UP



in the air, IT hope no member






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always the
unexpected that happens

’
That YOU should ever lose your home or |

business—or both—because of an accident or ou)



someone’s carelessness, is unthinkable . . . or,
to say the least of it, ‘the last thing you want to
























F a F 2
W all Being Re aired cren from the United Nations think about’.
: . {International Children’s Emer-
e 9 7 h ! D . | t omer s j
AT A D eput President jSency Pund EE "tit be h wiser to remove the fear
as e Thomas ouse veptity ‘ “Fut ‘ Wouldn’t it be much wiser to remove the
j uture supplie of this milk é
‘ |. (From Our Own Correspondent) jare uncertain,” said an official’ ro Ss n rin a of this possibility AND the unpleasant conse-
One hundred and six feet ofy Six men and three women are) , ANTIGUA, Nov, 3. | announcement in Belize British r Dev :
the wall bordering the , western working on the wall, Lionel | At to-day’s meeting of the| Honduras school children pay one; M¢ © Holman Williams,, long dry season wag planted late, quences, by making it ‘the first thing you think
side of the St. Thomas’ Alms-{Small, the foreman, told the! Legislative Council. the Honour |cent daily for a glass of this |@ector of Agriculture, Trinidad, In addition, in the middle of the bout’? There w 131 fires in the Island in
loupe, whick gms washed ower Mavnaete that they gartes eau: able Maruce Davis was elected| special milk. told the Advocate yesterday that Wet season, there was pactnes SOORt + SEE Were
uring e eavy rains last) structing the new section on Wed-' Deputy President. The Honour-} The Government has notified j the prospects for cocoa, coffee fairly long dry spell and although 1949. : ‘ “ 5 te
is ; i , ty ; e as } eee ni not including cane fires.
ment te TO, DOG HPC eee seeicrhee Mle’ els tee oes “ssp esas! Ee Rents jthe setkace thal thee will be no] WD. situs sty veey. gsek,., ie|s, larger aren wan pasate Wie
: ’ shaw we ted to r negotiations s|Supar cane is yell, jrice, a ; mae ; . 4
The wall runs across a gully}area, ' lthe Leeward Islands at Herj oe ae ee. we continue, | Pt yield is likely to be below|total output was likely to exeeed| Why not arrange an appointment with a repre-
through which a strong current] “As it is now being constructed) \jajesty’s Coronation. Mr, Bird] tr, ic. ' " ied that |that of 1952. the average. | : 5 oe ; . ta se
of water flows after heavy rains.jit is not likely to collapse again} gnd Mr. Bradshaw | were also} jen racers have sate rar Mr. Williams arrived here on} He said that the Secretary of; sentative of Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.
Formerly it was constructed with] unless there is a very powerful chosen to be Leeward Islands rep=| intl a : ps oa re fers Ou,| Sunday night by B.W.LA, to|State for the Colonies had just} NOW > An easy mind and complete protection
a — moe eu: — oa ~ age ae men rushing through resentatives at the West Indian ineiinead pi ome or ttend the meeting of the Advis-|approved a grant from Colonial! : ,
water flowed bu is proved toojthe gully. Very few things can! Conference. |} oe See COmective arg ory Committee of the B.W.I.|Development and Welfare for are both very quickly secured.
small an outlet for flood waters.| withstand the power of water”,! The Honourable Sydney T.|'"% ate met. The strike has aff€ct-|) Central Sugar Cane Breeding|considerable expansion of the| ee q y
Now it is being constructed] he said. : Christian will be the Leewards|©4 men in the timber and build-| Station as well as the meeting of)land settlement programme and}
with a hole, four feet square,| At present there are 52 inmates representative on the Caribbean'!"% industries, as well 45 /the B.W.I, Sugar Cane Investi-|jfor the next four years, a um |
with many other holes surround- a the St. ieee Almshouse.' Commission Honourables V, a B.U.P. |gation Committee. He wasjof $600,900 would be spent for Local Agent
ing i nee, are females, Bird, E. S, Lake, R. L. Bradshaw accompanied by Mrs. Williams}this purpose mea
The same section of the wall]14 males, nine girls ani two mM 4H. Davis, R. W Griffith, | Vf la land they ar ts : saa
, 1 ‘ I ; s, 5 1 py are guests at the Ocean |
was previously washed away onjboys. There is only one isolated: and T. H. R. Penn were elected to} ataccans ] Totest | View Hotel |
the night of November 26, 1949] case : serve on the Federal Executive, NEW YO! Nov. 8 | MM: Willian said that the 109 ANIMALS
after a heavy shower. After it} The Almshouse is kept in a Council | E ‘ RK, ‘ lb Aeotiassist \. cheie’.antk «. Seah. vind DESTROYED | . °
rebuilt it withstood the} very sanitary condition, It is sur- The yovern t } xiled South Malacc eaders | ean le * 1 a a4 ’ ’
v built, : rinds A T is su ve Governor appointed the] Monday requested the U.N. Gen- | 00d and added that a large crop
heavy rain ie high Pel-g Hw ee by mye | fruit trees and Honourable Sydney T Christian| eral Assembly to consider theirj©f corn was expected and the The S.P.C.A. destroyed 109 BROAD STREET P.O, Box 227, Phone 4465
the night of August ¢ and m situatec on a hill. .B.E., nominated member of the| charges that Indonesia had invad- | Department of Agriculture had animals during the month of
i of § »ptember 1, W nen onen- When the wall is recon structed, General Legislativ e Council to be} ed their southwest Pacific home-|erected additional storage space Oct Th numbe mprisec
> de ge was done in sur-jundesirables will be prevented a-member of the Federal Execu-jland witt ist @ t Nether- | for king e of th rop 3 horse 1 donk
a r listr from entering the premise: itive Council ad tapes UP nt of tt —









PAGE TWO

_—_——.



the

IS ~- Excellency



Governor

arub Calling

FIGURES IN ‘WEDDING OF THE YEAR’

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Canon
Warner

eee So. Vo 3 eae




» ent YOU ’





and Lady Sava ittended Should This Woman Wed? YOUR INDIVIDUAL HOROSCOPE
the 8 e’clock Communion Service * FORK TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1952
at the St. Michael’s Ca‘hedral on “The Church says that a ccte - ian:--ttee: Semiteth',Ss'ediinais -sicies
Sunday morning. This was a fare- woman has not fulfilled her pirtnday comes “and find whet your
well service for them as they ex- mission in life unless she gets outlook is, according to the stars.

" ; —’ ba
pect to sail for England today married and has a family, [ _MARCH 21 to APRIL 2 (Aries)

J Fe have lik d but have Should be opportune period for re-
before going on to British Guiana ied many men but Have sodelling along progressive lines, using
Where His*Excellency will take up loved none. I am now 38 and things smartly renovated, building. en-
his new appointment ; a man has asked me to marry ¢ineering. You mechanically inélined

appr aries him, I like him but. do not love ©#” #@#in in favoured fields
Leaving Tomorrow him, Is it wise to let him go apni 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus) — If

R. AND MRS. A, A,
who are at present holidaying a

guests at the Ocean View expect

Me
FADDEN of Cuidad-Bolivar,

and hope someone else will ask apt organizing civic or social affairs you

me, or should I accept his may achieve the unusual. Follow pace
offer?” of true progress and don't let others
The ; Church ‘has never’ said pass you You have much ability.

anything so foolish. In the early MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) — Do
to leave on Wednesday by the days of her history she put a "0t trouble self about nonentities time-
S.S. Colombie for La Guaira on very high value on the. celibate asters, oF he. ne
: . . y o better your

their way home. or unmarried life, Just think of knowledge as well as position.

Mr, and Mrs. Me Fadden who the place that religious. orders F a ‘

were on long leave in the U.S.A., have played in church life both Things that elec’ tien Gas Vanaie,
arrived here a week ago wit in convents and in monasteries. 4,’ that can be revived with a new face,
their daughter Laura whom the: You are mixing up two things. could bring fresh profits now, make

have put to school

at Codrington
High School.

good impression in right places.

Bi i it is true w n
ologically it is true a womai JULY &4 to AUGUST 2% (Leo) — Per-

has not fulfilled her destiny un-

haps pioneer in that idea you have e
Mr. Me Fadden is an engineer less she has children _. nursed or worked’ out with partner or
with U. S. Stee} in Cuidad As humans we have links with friend. Aspects favour sensible aggres-
Bolivar. = the animal world, but our mission #10" in right spots. Domestic affairs

Pilots on Holiday

need extra tact

in life is wider, The capacity for

a AUGUST 2% to SEPTEMBER 2% (Virgo)
selfless love in the service of God .

With well-placed effort, and using

¢ SAPTAM and Mrs, John Snider and our fellow men is the hall- Silee tasdeeas ae tae ant =

; tink ol ; ' r es esult, P
er and Captain and Mrs Jack mark of a human _being. That's yours, Afternoon competition keen: you
Smith of, Toronto, arrived last where our life’s mission lies, can handle it, ‘ ; ;
week by “FC.A. for a holiday You see the point? This selfless SEPTEMBER % to OCTOBER 2s

and are guests at the Ocean View
Hotel.



(Libra) — Promote your fine ability, put
extra vigour in the right places and you
can suceeed. A day for well-planned

love is the glory of marriage. It
is also the ideal foundation for

Captain Snider and Captai all the services women render to petivities to bring better-than-aeod re-
Smith ae both pilots employed ¥ society. pies (OCTOBER 2% to NOVEMBER 2%
with T.C.A, 4 G Dedication iheerpie) f on aintg, _cunsidecatale:

y * Se ° veadway y OlOW na ‘ *
Back to St. Lucia ON THE EVE OF THEIR MARRIAGE, Lord Ogilvy, 26, most eligible bachelor Should you marry this man? ctver deduction, Dont allow odd ideas

are guests at “The Camp”, $s
Lawrence. vt



Ornament Miss Elsie Pilgrim;

One Pair Shorts made to order—



transportation interests, medicines,
chemicals in favourable aspect.

At the airport to see her off your hand,

; f are T answer $ t yo
R. AND MRS. G. MILNE- in Scotland, and American heiress, Miss Virginia Fortune Ryan, 19, he answer turns a hag yor, Meer you from paths of progress,
ILN! 7 , think love means. “Falling in
MARSHALL and their pose in London. In England, this welding of U, S. wealth and British love’ is a poor reason for setting NOVEMBER 2% te DECEMBER 22
daughter returned to St. Lucia by nobility was considered “the we 'ding of the year.” Lord Ogilvy was your hand to the lifelong adven- eee er out Barats eves
B.W.LA., on Saturday last after once thought Princess Margaret's best beau, Miss Ryan is the great ture of marriage if there’s no children’s activities, Handling foods,
a holiday. grancdauphter of the late Thomas Fortune Ryan (International: more to it than romantic yearn- clothing, entertainment also rate
Pe returning to St Lucia by me. 4 th ; DECEMBER 2% to JANUARY 21
ec same oppor i asc . . re es ‘ undamentally ove means % ; C
Annie eraard —— had” cc Prize Winners Indefinite Stay dedication at ‘giving yourself. oar leupeatatiy a Gee eioud cite
Spending 3 ids : A E results of the Bingo That is the only right basis for Clever management can turn a mediocre
* Stee eee oo eland. "Paize Winners have now M*: ARTHUR RAMSAY was marriage. - ee thio, & BrOdsahiS amp,
liolidaying at St. Lawrence come to hand. The organisers are among the passengers leav- Having made your decision, JANUARY 2% to FEBRUARY 2%
R. AND MRS DENIs @!so grateful to the various firm; ing the island by B.W.I.A. yester- you will stick to it, and if later (Aquarius) fmeg Utes especially careful
- ce ay 5 , 2 now unruffed in a ir *
BARNARD and their t in the City who donated sihe day morning enroute to the U.S.A. on you find the prospect of Tow, unruffied unexpected setbacks.
children of St. Lucie wee : ee nelnen: where she will remain for an romantic love with someone else pomestic affairs demand real diplomacy.
by B.W.LA. o ee eae One Electric Hair drier__Miss indefinite stay. you will reject it out of hand. . ;
“4. on Saturday last Mrs. Rams. ; the daughter ¥ ill dismiss the tempta- FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
On a holiday, ’ K, Connor; One Case Beer—l'r. rs. Ramsay is the daughter oS wa os os — Day adaptable to creative matters,
During their sts Colin Vaughan; One Denton China f Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Douglas of tion as destructive of marriage tO Guiding future — activities. Maritime.
Stay here they : “Acadia', Government Hill, which you have deliberately set














: i YOU BORN TODAY: Mars — planet
* fs : ; tchinson; Cash Were many relatives and friends. So do not be goaded into mar- | YOU BORN TODAY: | M leadership—
Coming and Going ‘Mrs. Alma Hutchinson; | Cash riage by false ideas of a woman’s 0'.,c0ersy: ,esreasion and leaderanip-—
IR GEORGE SEEL, Co rie Se SSOee on Mas Anyey Many Happy Returns mission. But if your feelings about 4 top in business, surgery. chemistry,
trot] ; np- Ashby; One Box Chocolates—Dr. your friend stand up to the tests writing, explorer,’ entertainer, artist.
Welt Oiler of Development PAL ee Stuart; One Bottle Whisky M‘4* happy returns to Misses I have suggested, you ought to Seek religion more, and quiet moments
vin ma left for British Guiana —Miss S. Crichlow; One suit case Joan Greaves and Lorrairie tale . his proposal seriously vi refigction. pithants of wa Rogers,
Sunday nin, °Y B-W.I.A. on _pr. A. W. Storey: One Thermos Clarke who celebrate their birth. * —LEs.. jae, i? ;
Ee 1 Flask — Mrs, S R Taylor; One days today. A jolly time to you en -
. Earle Hempel, Caribbean : ce ae "Hall; both and best wishes for th
Representatives of C ~ ladies Handbag——-Miss Nell Hall; * r - e 2 . Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m. The News,
. ‘ ocoa Cola re- ; atte >. FT ta oes ita
turned to the island after two Ose Saee-Helse "audrey Ashby; uture Listening LOuTs 710 pam. Home News trom Britain
years’ absence, e a Orna Poms 3. BD, TESDAY NOVEMBER 4. 1952 sn thease eal ie dial il aries
Mrs. H. B. Kerr wife of M Hynam; One bottle rum and one Transferred deanna ee va 33m, 41 32m ; 715 pm _ Rendezvous, 7 45 p m_ Per-
Kerr of Gulf Oil was also among falernum — Miss A. Ashby. Mr, M* HAROLD THOMAS, an ines eer eee! Protrait, 8.00 p.m. Charite Kunz,
orien . ae os ee - i cent . The News, 410 5 pm adio ewsreel, pm
a arrivals from the United R. A, Sealy, Miss Daphne Ward; employee of Demerara Daly, Recetas 415 ek tow: waceray, State Opeiiing of Parliament, 8 45 p m
tates via Trinidad. Her husband Free Prize of a bottle falernum— Mutual Life Assurance, recently |'s\90 pm State, Opening Parliament’ Report Pron Britain, 900 ‘pm Phil-
was at the airport to meet her Mrs. L, Gittens; One KettleMrs, left the island for Trinidad where |5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, 5.45 v ‘ Bermonia eee 10 oo Re oe
a y are j i hese Things, » er iews, m rom e 01
nie Picy are 5 residence at Mare- L. A. Hall. he has been transferred to the foie, a in > on ada the Cummen 1015 pm Moray McLaren Talking,
0 ats, St. Lawrence, Carib understands that the Trinidad Branch for an indefinite wealth. 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up anti 10.30 p.m. The Wages of Virtue.

M®, MARTIN KEIFT, Execu-
ive Secretary of the Royal
Netherlands Steamship Co., vas
anvarrival at Seawell on Sunday

eeOeeeel be & TODAY ONLY, 4.45 & 8.30| TOMORROW & THURSDAY,
night by B.W.1.A., from Trinidad, °@vities of the island. dad and Mrs. Williams were “WABASH iiedaeiege 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.

Mr. Keift who is married to Elderly 1 t Fly arrivals by B.W.LA. on Sunday. Betty Gr “WHIRLPOOL”
aaashtesstneen Ince, adopted Alderly and Infant Fly wy. Witiams will aitegd ne: wen. Grable Richard Conte and
Galighter of the late Mr, Ww N, Together ing of the Central Sugar Cane Victor, Mercure Gene Turney
ok. ann oe Leacock, will MONG the passengers on Breeding Station after which he And Jose Ferrer
tan for SNinbieeiens, S.s, Oranje- B.O.A.C’S and B.W.I1.A,’§\and Mrs. Williams will remain And

©n hisyarrival at the airport He
was met by Mr. D. G, Leacock,
Presideg{t.of the Chamber of Com-
merce whose guest he was during
his. briéf Stay,

m2 For U.S.
RSE. A. COPPIN, wife of
MreC. A. Coppin, formerly

raffle of the Dolls of all Nations
will take place at Cosmopolitan
Pharmacy on Friday November, 7.
Proceeds will be given to various

service from London, arriving at)
Piarco on Thursday last week
were Mrs, A. Barnard, aged 84
years, and infant Brian, aged 3
months, who will be joining his
parents in St, Lucia,

Mrs. Barnard arrived in Barba-
dos on Saturday last. Brian had
been in the care of B,W.1.A. since







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7overnment _Analyst, was 4 Jeaving London. Hostess Lorna] By M. Harrison Gray
passenger for the U.S.A., via Farmer returni { = . ; Dealer: South. AED 0 eee a eee om =~ —— =
Puerto Rico by Oe » returning from a_holi- oa :
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: ‘day in Europe, has acted in loco| Game all. i ||| ““BkipGeTOWN |) BARBAREES ~ ), ~~ oisnin ROODAL THEATRES
US. Consul General pareere oe the journey, ; ae f 2 | {Dial 2910) | (Dial 5170) (Dial 8404)
uring his short stay in Tringi- § fe 3 : ’ TODAY & TOMORROW T ;
Mâ„¢.,.%.,P MADDOX, United aaa he was'a guestat np adie] | SBR Ea fff arose acme mpeg Toke fe Sang: || TEMsY gt sememeow EMPIRE | OLYMPIO | -ROxY BOxAL
States Consul General in Devaux B.W.1.A.’s Communic 5 g 41093 $ Hit | |] Lippert lroductions “FOR YOU 1 DIE” & 8.99 |'o-4ay & Tomorrow! Last two shows | To-day 4.30 & 8.30
the West Indies arriy a oe x, .W.1.A,'s ommunica- 5 @J8 i Present— Cathy DOWNS and To-day 4.45 8.30 | 4.30 & 8.15 to-day 445 & 8.15
Trinidad on Bowie night t 7 a tions Superintendent, ; w E : Randolph SCOTT mi “STEEL HELMET" SWEETHEART oF and continuing ol 4 Universal Fictures| Kirby Grant
on § ay oO make : . ‘ Bee : Jene EV _ s AC es |Republic Double . . re. : i
& general supervision o r . 1 eae 2 Q5 i | James EDWARDS lyse KNOX ies Geli tense “ rece 2
p f the area. Intransit § ©K105 Os3 5 Ht abe , ae i Elyse KNOX the burning sands in| Donald Barry
@ was met at Seawell Airport by oe 3 SKJ65 5@842 j Lueille Raymond || ‘OUTLAW COUNTRY “ginireday (oni) 448 blazing technicolor. | Lynn Roberts |*LESH AND FURY! GUN TOWN
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: ane Trinidad yar an SBS Ss. 8 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. Thurs. Soecial 1.20 p.m. /]“COURTNEYS OF CHICAGO KID Tony Curtis
Mrs, Ramsay whose guest he will Trinidad intransit to Dominica © AKJ8642 : | “ALWAY IN MY CURZON STREET” FLAME OF and | Jan’ Sterling |
be during his stay in this island, Was Mr. George Roddam, Engineey OAQE + | toma tain Aan Sedobe ; rane Michael WILDING GOBS AND GALS} Mona Freeman pick Pores
ants was the first visit for Mr. of Colonial Development Corpora- 3 i i ; WITH SUNSHINE" (Colac | aan Meinaviasi me Thursday (only) ARABY eis Histo The Deed id Kids
addox, . tion, i Dennis Virginia Band 8.30 p.m Starring: Robert Hutton | 2 reel Musical {000
: A take-out double of a } MORGAN MAYO || ‘RETURN OF THE “BRIGHTON ROCK" Maureen O’Hara Cathy Downs | Skitch Henderson | —Weq- and Thurs,
$ Strong Two-bid was made on : “STORM WARNING” — FRONTIERSMAN Claude — Attenborough Jeff Chandler and his Orc. 4.30 & 8.30
3 ‘his hand when the British § jane ce Doris |IGordon McRAE (Color) “JERICHO” Extra Thursday only Wed. & Thurs.
Rupert and the Butterflies 7 : Belgia p-ayed pacely an the 3 "Ginger ROGERS DAY Il thurs. Jonly) 446 and Paul Robeson 2 Reel Musical:— |, on aie 4.30 & 8.15 .|Iniversal Double. .
— igian international ¢ 4.30 p.m, SAT. Spectal 130 p.m. p Decortney & his Ore.|"¢Public Double — | Universal Double. ..{. 00
tournament of 1951. : Thurs. Special 1.30 p,m 2 new WESTERNS “KEY WITNESS” “ Heat Sie arte ree ONE TOUCH OF —
73 eos ‘s Our South player's Two ! MAN FROM TEXAS “LUCKY LARRIGAN’ John BEAL © on {weEeK-END wirn | F!4MING FURY |My GaL ea | india oe
YS re Spades was doubled by t ‘ex Ritter & Rex BELL & “OUTCAST OF BL. FATHER Starring: M 7
a n) West. North bid Three | “GUN LAW JUSTICE” || ‘HOODED HORSEMAN MESA” ss Roy Roberts and
2 Spades. East passed and } Jimmy WAKELY Tet RITTER Charles STARRETT Gere os «Oe phe: Ps | ele gabe eee Ot
South bid game West led } Vicki id q|DUKE OF CHICAGO HONEY Friday only
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he is so near, it does nor fly away. butterfly, and to his delight the i vi xilled any chance of ap } afternoon, Pantie-Girdles, Baskets.

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1952

Girl Guides Assoc.

Following is the Report of the
Girl Guides’ Association for the
year 19th October, 1941. — 31st
October, 1952 which was delivered
at Pax Hill on Saturday by the
Island Commissioner, Mrs. B.
Williams.

In February the news of the
death of H.M. the King was a
great shock and we joineq with
the Guides of the Commonwealth
and Empire in sending our heart-
felt sympathy to the Royal Fam-
ily. To our new Sovereign we
pledge our loyalty and one feels
that the Promise has a deeper
significance for us, for our Queen
is @ member of the great Move-
ment to which we belong. We
pray that God will bless her and
grant her a long, happy and
peaceful reign.

It was with regret that we heard
in September that His Excellency
the Governor had been appointed
the Governor of British Guiana.
We offer our sincere congratula-
tions to Sir Alfred and Lady Sav-
age and hope they will be very
happy in British Guiana. We are
very sorry to lose our President
for Lady Savage has always
shown such a very keen interest
in all our activities. We should
like to take this opportunity to
thank her once again for the sup-
port and encouragement she has
always given us and to say how
mach we shall miss her. We send
the Guides of British Guiana our
congratulations,

The Chief Guide’s Challenge

The Chief Guide’s Challenge 10
the Guides of the Colonies has
created a great interest and 24
Companies in the Island accepted
the Challenge to Achievement.
The Overseas Department at Im-
perial Headquarters has been re-
ceiving many parcels from all
parts of the Empire and those of
us who know that Office, are won-
dering, how for lack of space, they
are going to e these bulky
parcels, The results of the Chal-
lenge are anxiously awaited,

Numbers
The Movement steadily grows
and the return shows an increase
Two new Guide Companies, 4th
and 13th and 2 Brownie Packs
were registered during the year.

There are 3 Ranger Companies pj

and 1 Sea Ranger Crew, 34 Guide
Companies (with 4 more to be
registered shortly) and 14 Brownie
Packs. Last year we had 1,178
members and recruits and this
year the total is 1,234 (900 war-
ranted and 334 recruits), an in-
crease of 56 over 1951. Our num~
bers are as follows:—

Commissioners at
Secretaries 4 1 unwarranted
Guiders ~ 60 55 *s
Rangers 67 50 recruits,
Guides 581 177 ”
Brownies 177 51

900 4+ 334

We have stressed many times
that there are numbers of children
who wish to become Guides and
Brownies, but we cannot takdé
them in because we need more
Guiders. ‘Tf only there were more
volunteers, open Companies (not
attached to any school) could be
formed with Pax Hill as head-
quarters.

Warrants

The following Guiders obtained
warrants during the year:—
GUIDE neon re

Mang . Scott (1st Bar! os)
Miss G. K. J. Bowes (4th Bar-
bados).

GUIDE LIEUTENANTS

Mrs. R. Taylor (5th Barbados),
Miss A. E. M. Griffith (6th Bar
bados), Miss M. I, Bynoe (13th
Barbados), Miss I. O. Kirton (24th
Barbados), Miss C. W. Smith (30th
Barbados), Miss N, O. Davis (33rd
Barbados).

RANGER LIEUTENANT
Miss D. K. Mahon,

(S.R.S.
Wren).

The number of unwarranted
Guiders is much too high and it
fs hoped that these recruits will
make a special effort to obtain
their warrants as soon as possible,
Recruits are not included in our
numbers to Imperial Headquar-

ters.
Finance
The Association is grateful to
Government for the annual Grant
of $384.00. This year our sub-
scriptions have been paid by the



For the

whole Family!

term and
only 1
arrears.

have totalled $196.20,
Guide Company is in
The annual. Subscription
is 1/- a year for Guiders, Rangers

The Girl Guides Fair
By kind permission of the
Commanding Officer of the Bar-

. 7 bados Regiment the Annual
B. = — and 8 "3 Sastaat Fair was held at the Drill Hall on
lb a aad 7) Saturday, 10th May. Owing ~to

Fair are earmarked for Pax Hill

Court Mourning Lady Savage was
unable to attend and Lady Colly-
more very kindly opened the Fair.
We set ourselves a target of $3,840
£800), aud we just failed
to reach it. The results are how-
ever very satisfactory and the net
profits are $8,767.06, (£784. 16s.
0%). We give our grateful thanks
Guiders from the other Colonies to the Commanding Officer of the
to train with us. Barbados Regiment and Capt.

During the year there were @ Jordan, to Lady Collymore for so
camps and 1 Pack Holiday. One kindly opening the Fair, to the
Company, that had. always camp= Commissioner for Police for al-
ed in a house, camped under lowing ‘the Police Band to Play at
canvas at Pax Hill, The Guides the Fair, to Mrs. O’Mahoney and

were thrilled with this experi- 5
ence and it is hoped that other oo dene ne of SBe socal Aagta
companies will follow their exam= stay ang which ie ‘ d
ple. Ist Rangers worked very hard o¢ $276.48 e i ” Lu. a Seith
and raised a considerable sum of -48, to Mrs. D. Lucie-Smi
money to defray thé expenses of who sO capably arranged the ad-
their camp. With their Captain as VeTtisements, to all those who
Commandant they went to Trini- ave donations, books and other
dad and by king permission of gifts and to the public who sup-
the Association there, camped at ported us and helped to make the
Headquarters. Fair such an outstanding success.
Badges Empire Youth Sunday
One hundred and eighty ‘badge§ Two hundred Guides attended
were gained during the year and the Service which was held in
16 Rangers passed the Pre-Enrol- the grounds of Government House
ment Test. Catherine Scott and on Sunday, 25th May.
Catherine Mitchell of 5th Barba- ty
Pax Hill

dos became First Class Guides and
immediately after the Annual

and will be dealt with separately.
Camping

A Training Camp was held at
Pax Hill from 4th—7th January.
It is encouraging that a number
of new Guiders attended. As a
part of our Coronation celebra-
lions it is proposed to have another
Training Camp and to inyite

~

Jan Hudson a First Class Brownie.
We congratulate these girls on

BAR

Report

The Camp, um enormous under-
taking, carried through with the
efficiency for which I1.H.Q, is
noted, is another link in World
Friendship.
Busy Year

Ahead of us lies a very busy
year for the Corunation takes
place on Tuesday, 2nd June.
Many of us can remember
Coronation in 1937 and know that

even in our small Island the
local celebrations will entail a
great deal of preparation and

work, We do not know yet what
the Guides of the Empire will be
asked to do. 1.H.Q. have notified
us that there are several schemes
afoot which await the sanction
of Her Majesty the Queen. We
shall however be informed the
moment anything definite is
decided.

Let us ever remember that the
inspiration for the worthy life of
a Guide is best expressed in the
sacred words “
received, freely give.”
a Guide give to the cause?
thusiasm — a bored or indifferent
Guide is a very bad advertisement.
Be happy in your Guiding, a joy-
ous spirit is infectious, others will
share your joy. Give also self-
denying service, in your home and
in the company. Look for and
seize every opportunity of doing

something for somebody else.
cheerful and helpful girl has found

the true spirit of Guiding. In this

their achievement, I wonder when Meeting last year, although we spirit we shall best play our part

‘we shall have a Queen’s Guide? did not have the funds, it was

I know it is difficult for Guiders decided to build the wall alangtion Year.

of Elementary School Companies, the southern boundary. This
whose Guides leave school at 14 B00 feet of wall was finished
years of age, to do more than the before Christmas and cost $3,171.
2nd Class badge. There are how~ 08. With the balance of the money
ever other Guide Companies be- left, after painting the building
sides those in the Elementary thi j ;
5 and the proceeds of the Fair this
Schools and I should like to see year, we have had the Electric
an improvement in the number of ;
Proficiency Badges. ar poses oa pd = y the rior
Division 4, St. Michael, e. Balance in hand ta date is
S.J.AB. Psa aes
The members of Division 4, St. bi It pe be impossible to have a
Michael of the St. John Ambul- Dis Fair in 1953 owing to the
ance are Guides or members of Coronation plans, but we may
> Tretoll. Guild. Miss Sheila have © aan a atte meng =
im, visiona uperinten- carry out some of our plans. e
dent, undertook to catalogue the Must bear in mind that it is
books for the Library for the essential that our Headquarters
Public Wards of the General Hos- should be surrounded
pital. Division,4 takes its turn in and that the main building is
distributing te books to the built of wood and will need re-
patients, for the Brigade has un- pairs,
dertaken to be responsible for this Thanks
Our thanks are offered to the

work, The members of the Divis-
the ae "Auee deel te neon Commissioner of Police for his
Trefoil Guild assistance at all times and to the
The membership af the Guild British Council for the monthly
grows slowly, in spite of Mrs. _ ‘Sena ian. Williams, the
O'Mahoney, the Recorder's efforts. ee me
We howe tint ih tee many of Island Secretary and I left for
our old Guides, and there PA a England. I am very grateful to
good’ sina st Mn Lin Miss Marie Laborde, Commis-

Island, will eventually join the sioner for Rangers, who acted as

; Island Commissioner in my

Guild. The Association thanks the 7
members for coming to our aid absence and to Mrs. , Thomas
whenever they are asked and also Reece, (nee Bishop), istant
Island Commissioner, who as-

for undertaking the Plant Stall

at the Fair and which realised SÂ¥Uâ„¢ed the duties

Secretary.

of the Island

$67.32. “
From 22nd — 25th July I at-
Events of the Year tended the Chief Commissioners’
Four Commissioners and 16 €onference at Foxlease. It was

Guiders attended the Memorial wonderful to be in touch with
Service for H.M. the King at St. Gommissioners from all parts ot
Michael's Cathedral on 13th Feb- the Commonwealth and, Empire—
ruary. l ;

Hie ate that the $9, Pe able te discuss problems

It was ieh were common to us all and
visit of the Chief Scout, Lord 4, realise that one’s difficulties

Rowallan coincided with the

seemed trifling compared with
death of HM, the King. On Thurs-
day. 14th February, Lotd Rowal- rs are in other parts of

lan honoured the Guides by
attending a Rally of Town Com-
panies and Packs at Pax Hill.
50 Rangers, Guides, Brownies
and Recruits were present. After
inspecting the Parade the Chief
Scout gave the girls a most in-
spiring talk, During the Chief
Scout’s visit the Rangers attended
a Scout Camp Fire at Harrison
College and contributed to the
programme by singing a couple
of songs,

Scouts and Guides Own

The Thinking Day Service was
held at St. Michael’s Girls School
on Sunday, 24th February. 659
Rangers, Guides
vere present.

On 16th August we visited the
International Camp at Hall Barn,
Beaconsfield, Unfortunately we
did not see our Barbadian repre-
sentative, Catherine Scott, for
she had to leave a day or
two earlier to go to Scotland with
her parents. I wish I could ade-
quately describe the setting of the
Camp—lovely large green fields
bordered with magnificient
trees and 26 splendidly planned
camps, stretching into the
tance as far as one could see.
There were nearly 1,000 Guides
camping and I cannot venture to

sa how many thousands of
and Brownies | Guides visited the Camp that day.

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French Airmen Cut
Rebel Supply Line

HANOI, Nov. 3

French airmen cut a vital re-
bel supply line 70 miles north-
west of Hanoi today in the pre-
lude to a possible major counter
offensive. Planes dumped tons of
flaming napalm on both sides of
the supply line of Vietminh Com-
munist rebels at Yen Bay on the
Red River.

In‘ addition to other damage,
planes sank a supply loaded fer-

by walls ry boat.

Fierce fighting raged between
regrouped French. forees and
rebels for five days. Today was
the first time the skies had
cleared sufficiently for aerial ac-
tion and French planes went up

in force,
—U.P.



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between 1929 and 1940, These
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ADVOCATE

Riise ap Ee ee caf] e-

(tinted oy the Advocate Co., Ltd., Bread —.., Bridgetown.

November 4, 1952

TRADING POLICY

IN a very thought-provoxing article in
the New Cemmonwealth of September 29
Dr. Ida Greaves of Barbados examines
colonial trade and Britain’s balance of
payments in a way that offers hope of
greater understanding and improvement
of trade relationships, between the United
Kingdom and the Colonies.

Her main theme is that the imports of
Colonial territories constitute a “far larger
drain upon the Dollar Pool than appears
from the official figures of their purchases
for dollars.”

This happens because’ whereas the Col-
onial territories are essentially oversea
parts of the English monetary ; system,
their trade. statistics do not record, as the
trade statidtics of the United Kingdom
record, the dollar costs of goods partially
manufactured in the United Kingdom. Dr.
Greaves uses cotton and tobacco especially
to illustrate her argument. These are
amongst the largest purchases of the Unit-
ed Kingdom from the United States while
cotton textiles and tobacco products are
major imports into Colonial territories.

Her conclusions are that cuts on imports
into the United Kingdom which are in-
tended to remedy the deficit in the balance
of payments of that country can only have
a partial effeet if they are not applied in
the overseas territories at the same time.
She does not however recommend that
there should be any more controls than
“those that already cover the economy
with a brontosaural bureaucracy.” Since
Great Britain’s policy is to raise the liv-
ing standard of Colonial peoples and since
employment in the United Kingdom re-
sults from increased ‘exports from the
United Kingdom to Colonies, controls on
goods (involving daJlar ¢osts) from Great
Britain would hardly be tolerated by col-
onial legislatures or the Parliament at
Westminster,

Dr. Greaves’ article is not however in-
tended to provide a solution to trade prob-
lems but is_an invitation for more explor-
ation and~a better understanding of the
relation of the Colonial territories to the
balance of payment problem as a whole.

Such an invitation is necessary if only
to assuage the wide-spread resentment
felt in the Colonies against attempts from
Whitehall to regulate colonial trade by <
series of general edicts,

Leaders of commerce and some mem
bers of Caribbean legislatures have been
condemning Great Britain’s economic pol-
icy in these colo) €s onthe reasonable)

grounds that controls do not permit them
.to buy to the best advantage, There i
no doubt that on many occasions these
territories have suffered from a general
ised colonial economic policy and from the
limitations of officials who are responsibl
for implementing these policies. But to
little has been said about the benefits
which colonial territories receive becaus:
of Britain’s policy-of-not treating them a:
countries of England which are subject t«
much more rigorous controls on dollar ex
penditure, Because British manufacturer:
are anxious to increase exports to colo
nial territories and because Great Britain
is anxious to raise standards of living ir
colonial territories, the British Colonies. ir
the Caribbean would seem to receive
greater quantities of goods with dollar
costs in them than they could possibly re-
ceive if they had to pay for them with the
dollars they earned for their own exports

Much of the bitterness which is express-
ed against British economic policy in the
Caribbean would be removed if greater
emphasis were laid by the government de-
partments responsible for implementing
trade directions from Whitehall on the
additional dollar expenditure which is al
lowed indirectly to Caribbean importers
and charged against the dollar allocations
of the United Kingdom. Realisation of
what the colonies gain from a policy which
permits them. to obtain dollar goods in ad-
dition to those they import directly from
North America ought not to blind us to
the disadvantages which result from such:
a system. ot See goods, manufactured
from raw materials which have to be im-
ported from North America ought to cost
us more than’ gimilar goods imported
directly from North America.

If they do not, it is only because every
decrease in the plirchasing power of the
pound sterling is reflected in the lower
purchasing power of the British Caribbean
dollar.

In other words the gain which the Brit-
ish Caribbean colonies receive from the
additional “dollars” obtained in goods im-
ported from the United Kingdom is offset
by the inflationary effect unlimited im-
ports of such goods must have on their in-
ternal economies. Perhaps even less atten-
tion has been given to this very serious
consequence of present trade policies in
the Caribbean than to the points raised by
Dr. Greaves.

If more attention could be paid to the
fundamental factors affecting trade and
commerce and less to the fomenting of
anti-British, anti-American. or anti-mer-
chant sentiments there would be more
likelihood of finding a -trading policy
which would receive the -approbation of
all concerned,

Tuesday,



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‘Should We Let Him Put His
Name-Plate Up Again ?

From Frau Schacht comes
the first report on “How my
husband climbed back.” .

Kodin



Doctor Hjalmar Horace Greely
Schacht, Banker No. 1 under the
Hitler regime, is back in business.

Only four years age he was T
| freed from jail with just 5s. and Ky Sidney
the manuscript of a book in his
pocket. clear,” ‘

Gone was his extensive Brand- A local. court, however, decided But in Germany people still
enburg estate with its .28-room that Schacht ought to have his 1ecall Schacht’s testimony at
mansion and its 20 families of bank. On Monday the Senat2 Nuremberg: “Many successes could
retainers. Gone was his position lodges its appeal against this be scored in leading people on by
as president of the German Reichs- decision. If necessary the fight will not telling the truth.”
bank. to the Supreme Court in Bonn, .

He only had his brains_zan . From Hamburg I travelled to And is his record quite so a
asset which Schacht himself has Munich. There I met Frau Schacht, ®S he, would like the wor 3
never undervalued. “Few people an attractive Hungarian-born »elieve? a has himself admitted
are clever enough to talk to me blonde, now in her early forties, 4t ‘he failed to realise early
on my own level,” he told a whom Dr. Schacht wed in 1941 as engugh Hitler's criminal nature.
doctor at Nuremberg. hi, second wite. She is the mother , There is no question of the fact

of his two daughters—Constanze that he joined other big industri-

To-day 75-year-old Dr. Schacht (10) and Cordula (9) alists in urging Hitler’s appoint-
is once more in demand. Round ° ‘ip, this spirited woman Schacht ™e€nt. Nor can there be any doubt
the world like a frock-coated flying 4. great man She is indignant that without Schacht’s brilliance
bank messenger he goes, puffing t the difficulti : laced in hi as a financier the whole economic
black Brazil cigars nearly as big 27,06 OMUCU les Paced In his way. basis of Hitler’s rearmament pro-
f ‘ nit’, He is fighting for me and the s P
as Mr. Churchill's though not so children,” she told -me gramme would have been threat-
strang. How has Dr. Schacht carried ened.

From one country to another he 44), fight? so Ly

einatal pane oe Lees His wife related his sufferings— Double-Faced

; ; how from 1944 he had been jailed Schacht has already testified
eon eneoded oh pee re ho for more than four years, first by that he finds it useful to be double-
Skorzeny, the Neal tough. who Hitler, then during the Nuremberg faced,
rescued Mussolini, fle was recent- [TM's (acquitted) and through the Perhaps that is why, when he
ly in Egypt, where General Naguib de-Nazification trials. eee - Pe nae nn xe

ve him a banquet, , ”
ig : vressin i t

ig oradlppaggl dig ete His pension as former Reicns- viayed Orie oonin
Mossadeg “cherising and cultur- — er eaaee according to Frau and when he was in Cairo only
ed’). On his return he offered his ~ — , meets the necessities of Po weeks agp he told 8 reporter;
in the oil dispute + eer He runs a £460 Volkswagen, economic ills in the word ‘to-day,
; which he drives himself at break- She no longer knows how to treat

had won or openly desert them
until they had lost.

To-day his wife says; “He has
always been against secret deals;
his policy and thought have always
been straight-forward, honest, and



His Pension

. neck speed from town to airport. others as human beings.”
Magic Name And Frau Schacht is resident at Many Germans, I ye lack
Soon he will be off to Syria, the best hotel in Munich, confidence in Dr. Schacht. ' Said

According to Dr. Schacht, two “He goes to trouble spots to see Dr. Harns, a spokesman for the
South American republics are also if he can cleanse them financially Senate in’ Hamburg: ‘He may
eager for his services, and to help Britain,” she said. “He have been acquitted of crimes
But the magic of Dr. Schacht's Was invited to Indonesia, Persia, against humanity, but to ordinary
name is a little less potent in his and Egypt. He did not offer. Only people his morality as a financier
jown country, In Hamburg, Schacht his expenses were paid. He accept- js stained,
has been trying to start up as a ed no fees.”
banker in foreign trade. Dr. Schacht, his wife added, was A ‘Talleyrand’
His reputation attracted 1,000,- still remarkably agile in mind ana : <
000 marks (£80,000) ‘In capital, body. He smokes four or five , “We think it’ unfortunate that
And a top floor suite of offices cigars a day, but does not drink, this man should go about the
dominating the city’s Lombard- He likes to sleep eight or nine World appearing as the representa-
{street already boasts a brass plate ours, but can go with little rest tive of Germany when, in fact,!
“Hjalmar Schacht and Co.” it at e stretch, That is a vo a not represent the Germans
. useful actomplishment for an in- °! to-day.
eS eaeens teenel ternational financier, “He is making use of antagon-
applied for a isms to draw attenti himself
banker’s licence three months agu,: . He i mat Sree ty te: Rmnesis.
however, the staff of ‘five, have gw % master, of- self-propagan-
been idle. For the Hamburg Senate But there are others besides the 1 iti ities i
implacably opposes the licence. Hamburg Senate who may quake biewtace itunes > oe
Two of the 12 senators went to tion the return of Dr. Schacht— Schacht is pa . ince ae
concentration camps because of the man whom the U.S. prosecu- self forward as the indians sla
the Nazis. Others exiled them- tors at Nuremberg called “the mediator—a sort of ioe, canes
selves’ to escape the same punish- facade of starched respectability” Talleyrand, i aoe
ment, In their eyes, Schacht’s for the Nazis the man who was t ‘
record makes him unfit to be a denounced as someone who did not

|

Denounced

But there are many who can do
without his help,





banker. openly join the Nazis until they —LE.S
Barbados (especially the people

of the northern parishes) a gift

The Poor People’s House difficult to make ends meet, I of say one or two thousand pounds
Reoaive am willing to face | the small sterling. It was the geological
wpa addition to my tax bill — much survey by th >

To, The Editor, The Advocate re--willi as cepmietithess ie carton oe
cae re aanaaaen tet more willing than to pay an in- non#Britisher) which pointed out

a 2. aes nao en prartens | oe a pa honour and glory to Mr, Garrod (a Britisher) the
5 s o! ving under a Mayor (at vicinity at Haymans in which h
shack which you published $250 per month i Mi Tt is
laukar ot i sasueetaates pe ) and Corporation might let down his bucket. It is

(at I know not what cost hi i
condition, in last Saturday's imitation of Port-of-Spain te ia ee ae toe
Advocate. and 1 welcomed withappears to be round the corner. the way to let down many more
nuch appreciation the arnmounce- 4, One other point. To do this buckets in the Island. Without
ment that a benevolent ‘gentle- repair work, or at least some of the aid of Dr. Senn’s survey the
man had given you $20.00 to- the most urgent of it, from the genius of Mr. Garrod might have
wards its rebuilding. Also your Parochial Funds, means spread- been set at naught.
appeal for further contributions ing the cost over all the tax- With thanks for space,
under the heading “Funds for payers according to their posses-~ Yotrs sincerely,
the ‘Needy”, May I offer some sion of property and means. This, A, E. S. LEWIS.
information—.which may be pas 1 punt, is a very healthy and Bridgetown, lst November, 1952.
to many readers and a couple of reasonable method o ¥

pI f handling Help The Sick

suggestions? | e spoblem and if any well to
1, The situation is a very big do and philanthropic citizens « i
one, There are, it is pretty clear, able and willing to make further $y te Editor, The Advocate—
hundreds, even thousands, ,of contributions, I am sure they will th meine letter comes to ask
similar cases—rooms and little be cordially welcomed. behalf of the (ate ey
dwellings in’a deplorable condi- REV. F. GODSON. Th Ie iH erties oe ee
: “oye i : ¢ e following articles are badl.
seats qui e a e of giving Waterworks Engineer needed to brighten up the wards
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before us now. appear reports o¢ “an in which ‘Fresh flowers at any time
ques, outing Bodrd in a bates of the Tuesday ang wee e-Books snd magasilies
eas issued Rares years ag0 day before on the Governors or ames for playing in bed and
of a “Survey of Eight Tenantries Year Plan and the re-engagement
in and around Bridgetown” of the Waterworks Engi
stated that out of a total of 7,984 must thank you for th Pepack' son
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and 4,357 remarks I am Supposed to. io si Ti cee any, Bach apres.
others required more or less of made on these matte aes rte af Sty jeader who has any
t de o ese matters. It is a of these articles to spare would
repairs! And while that important great pity that bett { i
Board has done .and is doing tion cannot be found in the tee, eine the Ger hy
excellent work in providing new for the newspapers’ reporters, bat Gaede the Meet eine,
and greatly improved homes, its YOU are no doubt aware that I tively to this Department, Fresh
achievements. are: paly a small one. my best to help the flowers should in’ all cane go ‘di-
matter compared With the need. tion, rect to the Hospital.
sai ne is en Sip pm pote to the 5-Year _ gpaities the installation of
«the comm wi e ate, th» remarks your re- @ loud speaker would be ver
situation. People are willing to ae Fe gnc sci to me towards the Much appreciated by patients in
give, even generously, to help aoe with such, repairs, 1 ean person~ Governors itecar caine of, the f, donation. waleh, can be put to
ally testify of this, for whe; iat re ee hae een eee Ee. aes
some years ago I was Chairman o = pew Legislature in Decem- Will be used for installation and
of the O.A, Pensions Committee | pation Such questions as the the usual monthly charges,

during cpnvalescence (e.g,
Draughts, Dominoes, Check-
ers, Cards etc.)






; : Companies Tax sidi With t
in St. M , ec and ‘Subsidiza- many thanks Sir, for space
appealed for help. And I rovernor’s speech to show how BETTY L. ARNE,
relp. was radically his financial policy had Sociél Welfare Officer.

then able to get around and do changed betw : i

- : : ween then and now, 50cial Welfare Department,
something in the matter, and. by especially is this noticeable where _, The Garrison,

ne wk aitts camrunted to to amount of the General October 30, 1952,

itu antes pes in the Revenue Balance is concerned ¢ f
parooste - ee readily sup- and in December 1951 he de- Natioaal Authiom

my efforts—I was able to liberately separated this fro
effect most welcome repairs. in Revenue Equalization Fund. the To the Editor, The Advocate—
60 to 70 cases—if I’ remember With referenc> to the re-engage- , SIR,—With’ reference to the
aright. ment of the Waterworks Engineer, failure of logal theatre audiences
Similarly Churchwardens in St, YOUr reporter might have included t® Pay the conventional respect
Michael issued appeals, collected that I paid Mr. Garrod the de- t® the British National Anthem,
may and Si food works 1 Feed complent of Saving dat {held ike Yo comment a
nk the late T. B. Pierce. was. ard from all sides that *0) OWS.
the first of these officials to take "© W4S One of the best if not the tn Berea entres: I have been, to
that step. very best Engineer we could have i" Barbados I have noticed that
8. But 1 submitthat some. got for the job and his relations the sound producing mechanism
thing much more than. that ha ‘with all sections of his staf? was jj ,cperated so that music seems
hazard and 1. @etion .. Most cordial. and)T added that 1 blaring and discordant, and
necessary, Our Qchial authori. Wished TI could say Ivhad heard the @i@logue often impossible to fél-
ties have this and Same of other Heads of Govern- peneeee i
during » the: last. or’ four ment departments, 1 said also metimes I have failed to
Taste them 7 ys that we were all members of the Te¢oBtise the National Anthem
3 om.

Asmat fn 7 —~ 5; monwealth and Empire and @S it comes from the apparatus,
its maa r ee R Ne neue in this spirit Barbadians have but have concluded it was being
hela tote ar the. amount for 72¢ great sacrifices, including played| because the show was
the current year is 3,000 doll pe euerenie one, and are’ stili ©Vidently over,

te be expend 4 ¥ {making them, and I wondered

warden and Teaewaer’ eating Reamer nh ns knowledge in don noe arae ena el ae
the lz ‘a oods of water f s i

ve latter’ part» of the finanelal’ yw Garrod should wish for dry Tree that weet ae
j; year, as taxes are paid and the ¥ them to recognise the tune, or to

money is available. our Treasury in return, I refuse know to-co venti that requires
: te é ta believe that he is such a 2 7 comvention

: But that Amount: is altogether embers of the House pao loyal British Subjeets to stand

inadequate and it ts only about +, re up and be still while it is being

half. of one per gent of the Parish id that at the meeting of Tues- played. If nol then surely some-
ld

Income, which has reached the To see age thing shou e done about it.
he o 5-Ye an alone We i i
000" big sum of around $650,- would -he discussed, sol wae theatres, to a spa ord te
per annum, Can 1 venture to taken! off balance somewhat Tes to flash a notice on the

say a é eas in sereen bi re

a} at” a ‘ae ee i 7 dealine with the numerous other that the Robins wi be’ ployed

to ‘the puspeast or even ane and tag hip ha un inexpectedly be- and the audience are requested
wet . ore the Plan. It was , inten- . 4 > : oa” Se

a half per cent? I believe I may tian when the jolddnakeant po eee attention. till it. is

say so, T believe the Taxpayers, My, Garrod came un for consider- ‘

with few if any exceptions atien to =nggest



point? Personally,. although the ¢i¢ any) or relatives of the late
C.O.L. high prices make it very hve a

th . that the Gov- Can anyone suggest a_ better
would Approve Will any Of arnmewt should endeavour to find method of doing something that
them express their mind on the ot the whereabouts of the family obviously ought to be done?

Yours truly,

Dr. Senn and s2nd them on be- R. E. SMYTHIES.

“COMMONWEALTH
INSTITUTE"

Drastic Changes Proposed To Victoria

Memorial
LONDON,

An urgently needed new lease of life for
the Imperial Institute in London is strikingly
suggested in a report published last month.
It is the report of a Committee of Enquiry,
set up by the Ministry of Education, which
for two years has been investigating the pos-
sibilities of making the Institute a live cen-
tre of Commonwealth activity.

Commonwealth visitors and UK. residents
alike—those who have known of the Insti-
tute’s existence in South Kensington—have
condemned the completely out-of-date func-
tioning of the Institute. Young students from
the Dominions and Colonies, in particular,
have been severely critical of its “lifeless”
character.

Now, if the Committee’s recommendations
are carried out, the Institute will stand a real

chance of carrying out its purpose, which}}}
should be as the report puts it, to attract]}

“the interest of the ordinary citizen in the
Commonwealth and its affairs.”

A memorial to the Jubilee of Queen Vic-
toria, on a site provided by the Commission-
ers of the International Exhibition of 1851,
the Imperial Institute was founded by Royal
Charter in 1888. The great building has been
put to various uses since originally developed
as a centre for “information and investiga-
tion concerning trade, industry and emigra-
tion, and to illustrate and promote the de-
velopment of these and kindred activities in
the overseas Empire and also in the United
Kingdom.”

Costing £50,000 a year to run today, that

figure will be considerably increased if the}}

new facilities proposed by the Committee of

Enquiry are introduced. The idea is to make}}

the Institute a worth-while Commonwealth
forum, furthering mutual understanding
amongst the members of Commonwealth
countries.

CHANGE IN NAME

To begin with, it is suggested, the name of
the Institute be changed to “Commonwealth
Institute.” Facilities are proposed for creat-
ing a centre of artistic activities, such as
music, drama and dancing, facilities for ex-
hibitions of painting and sculpture by Com-
monwealth artists; development and expan-
sion of cinema activities. A variety of social
amenities is strongly urged. These would in-
clude a restaurant (providing°Commonwealth
dishes), a reference library and a reading
room.

For students and regular users of the In-
stitute it is recommended that a\Social Cluk
be introduced.

Sir Harry Lindsay, 71-year-old Director of
the Imperial Institute, is retiring at the enc
of this year, and a new Director will be ap-

pointed by the Minister of Education (Miss |;

Forence Horsbrugh). A great deal will de-
pend on this appointment. The Committee o/
Enquiry propose it should be someone with
first-hand knowledge of the Commonwealth
and one who will have opportunity to travel
in the Commonwealth. And there is no reas-
on, the report says, why the search for the
new Director should be confined to the Unitec
Kingdom.

There is no expectation of Commonwealth
Governments increasing contributions to the
cost of the Institute until such time as the
new scheme has proved its worth. The U.K
Government is urged to accept the initial
financial responsibility but other Govern-
ments, it is suggested, should undertake tc
maintain, “at the best possible level” their
own regional exhibitions at the Institute.

NEW MANAGEMENT

The Institute would come “under entirely
new management,” with a Council substi-
tuted for the Board of Governors, and an
Executive Board instead of a Management
Committee, The suggested Council woulc
include the Commonwealth High Commis:
sioners, and five persons with recent first-
hand knowledge of the Colonies; representa
tives of the British Council, the B.B.C., the
Arts Council, the Royal Empire Society, rep.
resentatives of educational bodies, and others

On the financial side, consideration is given
to the important question of improving the
‘appearance of the Institute and making its
place people will want to visit.

It is recommended that reconditioning oi
the building should be completed withir
three years. Evacuation by the University o!
London of the eastern wing of the building is
contemplated, along with removal of the
Colonial Office Laboratories.

In pressing for these far-reaching changes
the Committee makes clear that it does not

disparage the work of the authorities at pres- |{

ent responsible for the administration of the

Institute. It congratulates them on what has |}

been achieved in conditions which have never

been easy and at times “both difficult and] ,

delicate.”
Commenting on the proposals, the London

Evening Standard writes: “It may be doubted |

that the committee’s proposals are in them-
selves adequate.

“But the conception that there should be

in the Empire’s capital some lively visible
demonstration of the spirit of the Empire

. is a project which should engage the}
minds of statesman and private citizens
alike."—L.E.S. |





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. BARBADOS

ADVOCATE





Chief Justice Opens November Assizes

Three Sentenced To 25 Fine For Reeord Number Of Activity Slows
Students At I.C.T.A.

PROFESSOR C. Y. SHEPHARD, Acting Principal of

. Terms Of Imprisonmen:

HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more, sentenced three of nine offenders who pleaded
guilty to various offences, as the November sitting of the
Court of Grand Sessions began yesterday, and postponed
sentence on the other six until later in the Sessions.
Twenty-one pleas were taken and the other accused pleaded
not guilty.

These were 21 of 47 cases which came for trial this
Session.

During the evening sitting of
the Court, 28-year-old Denzil
Thorpe who had earlier pleaded
not guilty to the larceny of a
cow the property of Eli Harris
of Fairview, St. George, was found
guilty of committing the offence
and was sentenced to 18 months
imprisonment, ‘

Cow Stealer
Must Serve
One of the other three sentenced 18 Months

was 32-year-old Una Bromeley, a " ; pe .
domestic servant of Tudor Street, Teen yp yeeros ae
City. She was sentenced to two Hill was yesterday sentenced to 18
years imprisonment after she months ‘imprisonment by His
pleaded guilty to wounding 28- Lordship’ the Chief Justice Sir
year-old James Slocombe with a Allan Collymore after an Assize
knife with intent to maim or dis- jury found him guilty of stealing
figure him on September 27. a cow valued $70, the property of

: 70-year-old Eli Harris of Fairvi
Slocombe said that he used to St. George on September 12. this

lend Bromeley money, but after. year,
hearing that she had a bad reputa- Harris said he had bought the
tion, he stopped. On September cow six days before i: was stolen,
27, while they were standing at He kept it in an open pen on Fair
the corner of Suttle Street, they View Plantation where both the
had a row and the accused stabbed accused and he worked, The night
him with a knife, He was detained before it was stolen, he went to
at the hospital for three weeks —e and left it in the pen and
and still suffered from the effects See about 5 a.m., it
of the wound :

; . Lacy Jordan of Drax Hall, St.

His Lordship said that the use George, said that about 7.45 a.m.,
of knives was becoming very pre- Thorpe passed near his home with
valent ana Bromeley could have the cow and offered to sell it to
killed Slocombe. In sentencing him for $50. He did not buy it,
her, however, he would take into Thorpe went on towards Mt. Wil-
consideration the fact that she ton Plantation.
pleaded guilty. Aubrey Wood, watchman of Mt.
Wilton Plantation said that Thorpe
also offered to sell him the cow
for $50, He told Thorpe he would
give him $45, but they did not
come to terms. Later the police
were summoned and Thorpe ar-
rested,

Addressing: the jury from the
dock, Thorpe first said that he was
passing along Fair View on his
way to work about 5 a.m, when he
saw the cow, The cow seemed
familiar and he carried it along
with him.

He later said that Wood the
watchman offered to sell him the
cow.

Before sentencing’ him, His
Lordship said that there were
other cases pending against him,
though not in that court. He would
however, not take that into ac-

Sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment was passed on Alice
Small, a domestic servant of
Tudor Street, City, after “she
pleaded guilty of assaulting P.C.
Clairmonte Foster while in the
execution of his duty.

Foster said that Small was using
indecent language on Tudor
Street on June 30 and when he
attempted to arrest her, she bit
him on his finger.

She had also been charged with
wounding with intent, but she
pleaded not guilty to this count.

Sentence Postvoned

Sentence was postponed on 18-
year-old Godfrey Simmonds who
pleaded guilty of breaking into

te ; ; count. If he had pleaded guilty
the building of Cyril Springer and pe would have taken a more
stealing a bag of stock feed on jenient view of the matter, but

June 25. having stolen the cow, he had
tried to put the blame on the
watchman. Cow stealing was a
very serious offence.

He sentenced him to 18 months

imprisonment, ‘

Farewell Salute
For Governor

MISS BIM, the. Auster light
aeroplane of the B.L.A.C. will fly
over the harbour this evening

Sentence on Eustace Springer
was postponed until later in the
sessions when he pleaded guilty
to eaking and entering the
dwelling house of Bernard Con-
cuit on October 6, and stealing a
Colt automatic pistol value $14.40
and $360 in money,



Sentence on Steadman Adams
was also postponed after he plead-
ed guilty to breaking and enter-
ing the store of Y. DeLima at

Christ ‘Church and stealing a ;
i ; 30 and give an aerial salute
Geary of jewellery on August - - srs. Oranjestad eighs

‘anchor and sails out of Carlisle

Chesterfield Alleyne pleaded
guilty to stealing a quantity of
lead on June 23, the property of
the Dean and Rector of St.
Michael. The lead was fixed on
the Church House, After remark~-
ing that lead stealing was very
prevalent, His Lordship postponed
sentence,

y board will be His Excellency
the Governor and Lady Savage
on their way to England prior to
taking up duties as Governor of
uiana.
peg Controls of MISS BIM
will be Squadron Leader David
Henderson, Controller of Civil
Aviation ei oak Pie:
is Lardship y0stponed With him will be Mr. D. &.

sidieetinn Coral nba r who and Mr. Toppin, samptee of the
pleaded guilty to the larceny of Light /.eroplane Club.

$100, th D rt, f hi -
Yianeea” Puciie Bakueies vee me F. rench Forces
Cross River

also

September 22.

Seymour Clerke, a een,
pleaded guilty to breaking an
entering the shop of Dunstan HANOI, INDO CHINA, rs

Jones, his brother, on October 4, Units of ory Aarne walled
and stealing a valise, a crocus baz crossed the ok e and entered
and $280 in money, the property north-west of her

of his brother. His Lordship the asennad, war-ruined town
! ‘ > ; of Phu Tho.

postponed sentence, The French troops met only

Jones said that it was an awful light resistance from an _esti-

thing for Lim to have to prosecute mated Battalion of Communist—
his brother, Since he had been led Vietminh in pushing offensive
charged, Clarke’s father was will- reconnaisance after the earlier
ing to make satisfaction and he crossing of the Black River into
hoped the Court would deal a corridor of territory long held
leniently with him. by Vietminh.



* OPS

Exceeding
Speed Limit

Their }Henours .Mr. H. A..
Vaughan and Mr. A, J. H. Han-
schell T'the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday fined 34-year-
old Reubin Brewster of Britton’s
Hill, St. Michael, 25s to be paid
in seven days or one month’s
imprisonment with hard labour
for driving the motor car M, 131
on Bay Street at. over 32 miles
per hour on August 7 this year.

Their Honours reversed the
decision of His Worship Mr G.
B. Griffith, Acting Police Mag-
istrate of District “A” who dis-
missed the case against Brew-
ster. Sgt. W. Forde who prose-
cuted for the Police appealed.

The speed limit on Bay St.
for cars is 20 miles per hour.

Yesterday Police Congtable
Everton Conliffe told the court
that on August 7 about 5.45 p.m.
he was testing the speeds of ve-
hicles on Bay Street when he
noticed the car M.131 approach-

him afid it apfeared to be
sp ‘ng. Cpl. Watson and an-
othe policeman were with him.
A clock was made of the car's
speed and this showed that it
was driven at over 32 miles per
hour,

He noticed that the
was the driver

STOLE HATS

Sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
yesterday passed on Charles E.
Hinds, a labourer of Licorish
Village, St. Michael. who was
found guilty by His Worship Mr.
E. A. McLeod, Police Magistrate
of District “A” of stealing six
ladies felt hats from the store
of Mr,.W. A. Griffith,- at Swan
Street sometime between. April
10 and “April 12 this ‘year.

The hats” were valued *at> £3
15s. Hinds. whe. had five previous
convictions appealed against Mr.
McLeod’s decision.

Hinds was seen by Cpl. Byer
with a grip at the corner of Spry
Street and when asked by Cpl.
Byer what he had in the grip he
ran away, In his run Hinds threw
the grip in a store at Roebuck
Street. Cpl. Byer who chased the
defendant opened the grip and
noticed that it contained ladies
hats which were later identified
to be the property of Mr. W. A.
Griffith.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION

His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith
yesterday fined Darnley Simpson
a labourer of Lower Collymore
Rock, St. Michael, 15/- for the
unlawful . possession of potatoes.

Simpson was seen by Police
Constable Wilkinson with the
potatoes. The fine is to be paid
in 14 days or 21 days’ imprison-
ment.

St. Andrew Roads

@ From page 1
nelled out by the water. One
section of the bridge is down and
carried away by the water. As a
result, residents must cross the
river to get from. Haggatts to the
Lakes District, or do a half mile
or so detour around Belleplaing
to get from one district to the
other. .
Unfit for Habitation

The vast watercourse continues
aback cf the Rocklyn Garage, and
what used to be arable land is now
an expanse of waste, un*t for any
kind of habitation. After the
heavy rains of 1949 and 1951, a
bulldozer was used to level off
some of the slopes which had
begun to slip away and grass was
planted to bind the soil.

These steps, however, were not
enough to prevent further erosion,
and most of the sand which had

defendant
of the car,





been put to support the road, and’

the grass, have again been washed
away.

In. Dark Hole, the road which
connects up Seniors and Parks,
has also been damaged. Within a

few yards of a_ section under
repair, another section broke
away and was carried into th®
river.

Work had to be abandoned
temporarily, and it is suggested

that a new road should be rat,
moving slightly out of line with
that damaged _ section which
frequently slips with heavy rains.

POLOEDL-DOSO9OGOF1GOOOO GE 94H 990

| @B

EN

the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, told the pass
Advecate yesterday that they have a record number of there

Down On
Waterfront

Vehicles had free access in
ing the wharf yesterday as
was Bo great activity,

students this year at the College on account of the larger Workmen along the waterfront
number of Colonial Office Probationers, but the number

of first year diploma students is the smallest for

vears,

Sir Alfred And
Lady Savage
Say Goodbye

@ From page 1

bours in the Caribbean generally
have not been so fortunate. ,

“But there are (difficult
ahead for with an
economy there are bound to be
“bad years” and although this
Government is planning ahead tc
sustain and extend the services to
the public, it will need the support
of the people of this island te
carry out the development which
each one of us wish to see

“I do not propose to speak at
length on our work here. We
certainly are not the best judges of
that, but I must express my re-
qret that it has not been possible
to make any progress in the estab-
lishment of a Port Committee of
which I spoke many months ago.
Ido make a final appeal to repre-
sentatives of employers and em-
ployees to come closer together on
the kommon grouryi of mutual
and community interest. As I
have said so often—but not too
often—-good human relations are
the most important factors in life
and with patience and goodwill,
their development will solve many
of our’ present difficultieés—as be-
tween families, as between com-
munities and as between nations.

“T trast that the Domestic Sugar
Agreement will be developed dur-
ing the next twelve months into a
Barbados Sugar Board with repre-
sentatives of producers (both
estate and peasant proprietors),
of employees and of Government
Co-operation is the keynote of
success in industry,



days
agricultural]

Government Employees

“A brief final word to those of
you who are employed by Govern-
ment. I think it was appropriate
that my final official conference
on Saturday was with representa-
tives of the Council of the Civil
Service Association. I am grate-
ful to the public service for the
support given me as Head of the
Civil Service. I have played a
small part in the strengthening of
the structure of the service and I
shall watch with deep interest its
development with traditions of ser-
vice to the public whose servants
we all are,

“IT will now ask my wife to say
a few words.”

Lady Savage said:

“Tomorrow will be a sad day
for my husband aid me for we
do not like ‘“partings and good-
byes.” But we shall remember
with affection so many of you
whom we have met; our lovely
home here in Government House
—which has been shared by our
children, although for so short a
time—and the many signs of
friendship and goodwill of all
sections of the community to us.

“We have made many friends
here and we intend to see them
again before very long, To
those of you who are sick we
send our best wishes for your re-
covery, with a special word of
greeting to those we know at the
Lazaretto.

“We wish each one of you good



health and happiness in the
future. 4
“May God bless. you all. Good-
night and Good-bye.
DECREE NISI
In the Court of Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes last Friday
Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery

pronounced decree nisi in the suit
of A. I, Inniss, petitioner, O. Inniss,

respondent, and S, Squires Co-
respondent.

Mr. E. K. Walcdtt, Q.C. in-
structed by Mr. .E. D. Rogers

appeared for the petitioner. Mr
‘C, Husbands appeared for the
respondent, A cross petition
brought by the respondent was

dismissed.




many

Professor Shephard arrived here

—on Sunday night by B.W.1LA. from

Trinidad to attend the meeting of
the Advisory Committee of the
Central Sugar Cene Breed ng
Station. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel,

Several of the members of the
staff of. 1.C.T.A. were absent in
Colombia researching for Cocoa
to be used in the cocoa breeding
scheme at the College, he said and
added that the expedition was
expected to occupy a year, but the
personnel would be changed at in-
tervals. The Colombia Govern-
ment wes co-operating in the
scheme and: would share in the

results,
With regard to the sugar re-
search scheme he said that a

meeting was recently held at the
College with representatives of
B.W.LS.A. at wh'ch it was decided
that the industries’ contributions
weuld be continued during the
next three and a half years, but
a further extension of the scheme
would be to some extent depen-
dent on the fate of the Colonial
Development and Welfare scheme

which also contributed to the
finances of the sugar research
scheme.

He said that Mr. Edward Cum-
berbatch, a Barbadian who ob-
tained his diploma at the College,
had returned to take the post
graduate associateship course. He
also mentioned that Mr, Errol
Gale. a former student of the Col-
lege visited the institution recently

to study progress in cocoa re-
seerch.
Asked about Mr. H, J. Page,

formerly Principal of the I.C.T.A.,
Professor Shephard said that he
recently left Trinidad for England
on his way to Rome where he will
take up his new post with F.A.O.
Mr, Page was accompanied by his
wife,

GOVERNOR OPENS
COUNCIL

@ From page 1.
federation’ five federal d¢part-
ments have been abolished in the
past eighteen months, agricuiture,
education, engineering, medical
and veterinary. A large number
of items of expenditure have been
transterred from the federad to
the presidential budgets where
they more properly belong and
every new piece of legislation is’
examined to see whether it can be
introduced on a presidential
rather than a federal basis. This
action has had no ill effects be-
cause the larger presidencies of
Antigua and St, Kitts provide
specialist advice to the smaller
presidencies. I hope Montserrat
and the Virgin Islands do not feel
the abolition of these federal posts
have hindered their progress.

“Secondly in reference to the
composition of the federal Exécu-
tive Council in November last,
attention was drawn to the inade-
quacy of a number of representa-
tive members on the new Execu-
tive Council. The Secretary of
State has since agreed that the
number of representative mem-
bers on the Executive Council be
increased from three to six.

“Thirdly the reference of the,
Hammond report on the civil ser-
vice and professional associations
have complied extremely well
with requests for comments and I



had a day of rest because most
of the careenage was empty and
few vessels Were carrying on with
their overweek discharge of cargo
Few push carts and lorries. were
veen around this spot awaiting
they respective consignments of
the cargo from’ the Emilie,

_The bady Joy was also getting
rid of its overweek cargo of
Copra and cocoanut plants which
it brought from St, Lucia.

In the inner’ basin the Lucille
M. Smith after discharging its
cargo of charcoal started. to un-
dergo minor repairs by its crew.

The M.V. Stemtor left port on |
Saturday. after discharging 1
cargo of potatoes, onions and
Pearl Barley which it brought
from Amsterdam.

This vessel is under the com-
mand of Captain J. D.. Holn and
the local agents here are Messrs
S. P. Musson, Son & Co, Ltd.
CARGO FOR TRINIDAD

Canadian Constructor
after discharging general cargo
Stationery, leather shoes and
medicines loaded cargo from
Barbados for Trinidad,

The Constructor made its last
caribbean cruise out of Montreal
and is expected to call here on '
or about the 11th November be-
fore returning to Montreal. }

Local agents here are Gardiner





Austin and Co. Ltd. |
“VALIANT” ON DOCK. |

After repairs to the Lawinch |
G.C.M. was completed, another |
launch took its place yesterday
to undergo its annual general

repairs, this time it’s the Valiant, |
Lately most launches were wn- |
dergoing repairs, but there ar? |
still a few to go on dock, |

Heavy Rainfall —
In St. Thomas |

St. Thomas experienced fairly
heavy rainfall on Sunday, and
peasant proprietors are look’n4
forward to a moderately goou
yield of ground provisions to-
wards late December and thy
early part of next year, Ligh. |
intermittent showers also tel:
throughout the parish yesterday.

The canes in this parish are
among the best seen in the island
and the yams and eddoes aru
thriving well. A resident said tha,
while the rainfall has not been a
vood as in the last two years, |
fell more frequently than in mos
of tne other parishes.

CHURCH REPAIRS :



In St. Thomas, repairs are being
carried out to the Holy Innocent
Church, and the Parochial Treas~ |
urer’s office at Bennetts is being
cleaned up witha view of bring-
ing it into line with the dwell- |
ing house at Bennetts Plantation

At Airy Cot in the same parisi:, |
the St, ‘Thomas Highway Com |
missioners are carrying Out gen-
eral repairs to the road,
EXAMINING PATIENTS.

When an “Advocate” reporte
visited St. John’s Almshouse ye:-
terday, Dr. E, B. Carter, P.M.O
for St. John, was examining out

patients. Dr. Carter visits the |
infirmary on Mondays and Thurs
days.

The Almshouse has 71 inmate
29 males, 32 females, 6 boys anc
4 girls,

The Matron told the “Advocate
“There is an isolation ward, bu: |
at present we have no isolated |

think it fair to say that while they | cases.”

agree with many recommenda-
tions in the report, there is a
general disappointment over the

question of salaries, This Council
and the Presidential—Council must
now consider the report in the
light of comments received and
determine the soonest extent of
the impiementation and whether
modifications are needed regarding
salaries,

Not The Boxer

The Sam King who was
fined for gambling on Thurs-
day last was not Som King
the boxer of Tudor Bridge.







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LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Rolton Lane °

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

EXHIBITION of Paintings and Shell-











work by Mrs,J. M. Foster, —— AU M

by Nan Kendall, at Barbados seum, TO oT

near Savannah, Nov. &th—30th, daily, IVE

10 n—@ pm. Sundays 3% pm, ©) al a

6p ; 2.11.9%—-13n- | PICK-UP One Austin 12-h.p. 140
Model. Good condition Apply Jones

Garage opposite Reed Street,
Road, Nearest offer to $350.00

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SCAFELL-Pully furnished, situate alirord Prefect, Austin Ad, Vauxhall
Station Monge, it!, St. Phitfp. within 2?velox 1951, Morris Oxford, Chrysier
miles of the Lodge School. For furthe: | Royal COURTESY GARAGE. Dial
particulats apply to Messrs. Cottle Cat- ; 1616 30.10. 52—6n
ford & Co., NG. 17, High Street, Bridge-
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SUMMERSET-—St. Lawrence Gap, Full:
furnished off fhe sea. Apply Mrs. Lynch



s y " 4.11,52—I1n EL +
St. Lawreras SSP ‘ JUST received another shipment of the
OFFICES amous Dual Automatic three speed

hangers. Secure one of these fine

hangets. Price $80.00 at DaCosta & Co.,

OFFICES—Cool, Sp&tiowls and reason
ably priced. Apply K. R. Hunte & Co
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2.11.52—6r
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31.10.52—6n
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1952

IN CHANCERY







P BARBA,
KILLED IN EXPLOSION o

TUNIS, Monday.



| PUBLIC SALES |

|

CHANCERY SALE

Police



REAL ESTATE said one person was The untlermentioned properties will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
killed and one injured when & Public Bufldingr, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the respective sums

i terrorist bomb " and on the date specified below If not then sol@& they will be set up on each

| Newly built stenewall bungalow with s 20m exploded in a suéceeding Friday at the same place and during the same hours until sold. Ful:

6.788 square feet of land at Pine Hill, St.| Street here last night. particulars on application to me

Michael. The house contains three bed U.P. PLAINTIFF ENA MAY GALE

rooms, living rooms and conveniences ee

The above property will be set up for
sale by public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Priday

28th November, | :
at 2 p.m, For inspection dial 2650. | NOTICE
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

I. Luciani, J. Lee, L. Mitchell, R. Hart.
EPARTURES By B.W.LA.

For St. Lucia:





In Carlisle Bay



and
DEFENDANT: oa ALSOP GALE (by original action)





1962 Schooners:—Laucille M. Smith, D’Ortac NOVEMBER 1 HAMPDEN ARCHIBALD CUKE (Pers. Rep. of Cura Aiece Dele,
Emeline. Amberjack Mac H Hargreaves, G Milne Marshall,
Salictios } Motor Vessels—T. B. Radar, Jenkins M. Milné Marshall, J. Milne Marshall,| PROPERTIES: FERST ALL THAT certain messuage or Gwelling house called
“eu Se. én. | Roberts, Lady Joy F. Cney, C. Feeney, A. Barnard, G PARADE VIEW" with the land whereon the same stands and
—— ~ | soe Gevtten Patt Caen etnies ‘Wwlaed Matting cy eteataoement of
: perenne | 4 — “ ‘ “4 ; o s urch in this Island containing by admeasurement six
s RBADOS Schooner Amberjack Mac fron For Venesuala:
pSTRAIPOM Dalkeith Road, in three, THE BA REGIMENT = [yjartinique under command of D. Patrick C. Winterbotham, C. Winterbotham, thousand five hundred and two and one quarter square feet or
ats near the Savannah. Apply 94 consigned to B.W.1. Schooner Owners. J. Winterbotham, C. Chacin, J. Cavyal- thereabouts butting and bounding on a place called or known as
> nS E. T. Boyce on the} THE GUARD OF HONOUR DEPARTURES conti. 1%. Lemmas. _ Sea View Hotel on lands formerly of Mary Ann Cooper but now or
pre s. :

2,11.52~-8n. | for the departure of His Excellency

St
SHARES — 383 shares in The Barbados| e Governor will fall. in at the

ss Constructor for

Vincent

Canadian
SS. Alcoa Puritan for Trinidad

late of Frank Craig and on the publie road or however else the

i. same may butt and bound together with the ae -
buildings on

G. Wilkinson,





L. Grell, C. Maillard,

ah iound | Re > s " 1 Se , y Y . houses and buildings and all other erections

Shipping & Trading Co., Ltd. App | Baggage Warehouse (Pierhead) at a ee. A mon Pp a or . ao ee said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their

Cottle, Catford & Co. No. 17, High/ 170@ hours on Tuesday, 4th Novem- | Nacleen for Dominica, and M.V. Athel- Steel, M. Clarke, W. Todd. U. Tsol a Sue, appurtenances.

treet, Bridgetown , ber, 1952. brook for Trinidad B. Hingking, C. Smith, 8. Hochoy, D. | UPSET PRICE: £3,500. 0. 0

iene anaes Volunteers taking part will re- Marshall, A. Xavier, N. Meyers, N. SECONDLY ALL THAT certain messuage dwellinghouse or store

SALE NOTICE ‘port at the Baggage reh t Meyers, M. Meyers, J. Meyers, N. situated in High Street in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

The undersigned will offer for sale by 7 eer a Seawell Meyers, C. Richmond, V. Lewis, N and numbered 15 in the said street together with the land whereon
nits commietiinen ab tiet ollite, No. Tf 1645 hours on Tuesday, 4th Novem- Lawn the same stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement

High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the | ber, 1952. ARRIVAL By B.W.LA NOVEMBER 2 one thousand one hundred ad sixteen square feet or thereabouts

2th day of November 1952 at 2 p " From Trinidad: G. Seel, C. Leeuna, }. Lecuna, G butting and bounding on the premises known as Numbers 156 Roe-

lek going eohcern: EDGEWATER H. ®. DANTEL, NOVEMBER 1 Lewis, S. Lawrence buck Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Number

HOTEL, Bathshebs. St. Joseph. standing J s. fer Antigua: 16 High Street and on High Street id or however else

on 7 acres, 1 rood, 12 perches of land
The hotel which commands a beautiful

NOVEMBER 3
Blondin, W. Smith, R. Ablack, C

same may butt and bound, together with the messuages dwelling-

I houses and buildings and all other erections and buildings on the












view of the incomparable Bathsheba Wathey. said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their
On atin a aiagiun iscge and EME: 7 Eastmond. Vv Coppin, E. Hackett, UPSET PRICE: £4,000, 0. 0.
breezes, contains a cious lounge and NOV! ER 2. . » : D . 0. O.

19 bedrooms, each with running water L. Rawlins, §. Singh, M. Linley, P. 8. Pollard, M. Ramsey, H. Tillson, W. THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land with the

(12 with toilets and baths) Raboolal, W. Mad@ox, C. Williams, J. Simpson, B. Worrell, S. Burke, BR dwelling house thereon called “BARTICA” containing by admeasure-

The company’s electricity and water Williams, L. Freeman, M. Azar, E. 8urke, J. Tillson, I. Hall, A. Hall, M ment nine thousand and sixteen square feet or thereabouts (for-

installed Rod- Hensley, = ‘- J. Hensley, H miexiy aS AS oe = a Po and also eight

aay by t ‘ a J. Edghil, T. Kerr, P. fs Hensley, enry u are fee e public road situate in or near

peepee ee Sete SE ey, Te ore NOVEMBER 2 this nnn yutine ae Seung lands ho ni fone Me

W. Date, A hell, C. SF, Ss ni ge an unding on now or of one Mrs.

ot wie’ sae nen eee orr @a an Morris, L. Warren, F. io F. ontell, C. Chapman, I. Chapman, E. Benjamin, Inniss on the sea on lands now or late of Marcus Grannum et al

COrrLe CATFORD & CO. D. Evelyn, C. Chambers, S° Flook, F. S. Allen, E. Alleyne and on the public road or however else the sarme may butt and

4 : ’ Solicitors Quested, Voenringer, G. Matouk, 8S. Fort St. Kitts: bound together with the messuages dwellinghouses and buildings

4.11.52—8n Matouk, BE. Parr, B. Parr, O. Parr NOVEMBER 1!

land

and all other erections and buildings on the said parcel of
D. Ranzetta, L. Pencheon, D, Pencheon,

Trench Mouth













a Frem Grenada: erected and built standing and being with their
THE public are heréby wees Sgainst | Cases, Chairs, Tables, Dress Stands, etc.. NOVEMBER 1. 3. Maloney. UPSET PRICE: £3,000. 0. 0.
giving credit to my wife WL. IRENE }etc., —ALSO (2) Jones Bilectric Sewing AUCTION | T. De Freitas, J. De Freitas, M DATE OF SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED PROPERTIES: 7th November 1952.
MOTTLEY (nee Beryl Wason) aS I 40} Machines, (2) Singer Tredle Machines,}| ——————— Hanschell, A. Williamson, C. Williamson, ————————" H. WILLSAMS,
not hold myself responsible for her ov} 1) Singer Tredle Machine—Model 206.) By instructions of the Insurance Co Sto in trom Veneruela: Pm 1 Registrar-in-Chancery.
anyone else contracting any debt or} 1) Calculating Machine ete.. etc. etc. | will sell at CRAIG'S GARAGE R Curtiss, B. Custtss, M. Curtiss, J Rolex Watches 24.10.52—3n.
debts in myname unless by a writter —4.11,52—In. | ROEBUCK STREET ON TUESDAY 4th 3 Curtiss, W. Botman, J. Botman, A. Diaz, z
order signed by _me at 1 p.m. 1950 Austin Sedan Cor| fd ae a A. Diaz,’G. Anderson, D. Anderson, LOUIS L, BAYLEY
GRAFTON ap Yon: haa , damaged by vite arutt aok Sane "| “= a M. Anderson, M. Anderson, E. Anderson, Bolton Lané CES
s or mâ„¢ ry, c . *
St. John MECHANICAL + Telenor & ; San Neate cial a a -
2.11.52—2n 2.11.52—2n



THE public are hereby warned against} AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT

































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By instructions of the Insurance Co



The name specks for itself SSREnEaEEEss





Captain - S's. mae BY Thott
—— i 12, + Thorne.
| (Ag.) Adjutant; a Abdulnh, vu. Donawa, J Rojas, B

‘ollet-Smith, Frisch, H. Snady,

The Barbados Regiment. | Snady. H. Snady, Hf. Shady ner
[Sra November, 1952.
4.11.52.
Heimpel, C. Kieft, E. Knight, G:




























giving credit to my wife ELOUISE| cluding Grass Mowers ¥ & & cutting}; wii) sell at Messrs. K. R. Hunte & Co \
MAYERS (nee Goodridge) as I do not aise aateets a vinta beeaes. Ltd. warehouse Chapel Street, Wednes- a BLOOD T 5
hold myself responsible for her or any- e deliver) es, eughs, RCNEsS. to Sth at 2 p.m. Graphotype & Ad- C ARKE Ss A LE " o be
one else contracting any debt or debts in ,Etc. Etc. COURTESY GARAGE. Dial Srieikte aaliton damaged. Terms cash MIXTURE 8 ate, x Ae ¥ wee
my ame. unless bya written order | 816 20.10 52-n R AACHAN McKENZIE mi Stopped in 10 Minutes | I ger Sore and, Pomcnuers, tor
signed by me, téidL:SCCWCCYLLL Auctioneer — elp cleanse the system + . s .
LIONEL MAYERS, Gene ca outhe ut ee paneer Bleeding ams, sore mouth, or loose A to . : gulna lehing ao4 torment ction Plies Pricey an inst” wi SOS
Walkes Spring |“ 90.10.52—6n. ‘ teeth mean that you are a victim gt Pyor- from blood impurities since the discovery of Hytex (formerly :
St. Thomas 10. : | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER rhea or Trench Mouth, cr some bad disease known as naroid). starts to
2.152—2. | —————————— fF that will eventually cause you to lose all in the blood may cause rheumatic eek In 10 minutes and Hot only stops The M/¥. “MONEKA” will
anita -_—__—- | EARTH SCRAPER AND SCOOP — For your teeth and have to wear false teeth wi > bi takes out the swell- accept Cargo and Passengers for
moving wash mould and making Cart] py instructions received from the fore your time. Since the great World aches and pains, stiff and painful joints, the pain but also — oe Ae Dominica, Antigua, Montser
LOST & FOUNDD ("00% ce Dis! tie countess fo baeén. | ensurance Co: 3 wit sell on Friday 7th at| War these out cee that now scien boils, pimples and common skin disorders. ing, S000 Meet ns crbing ther troo- Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
: a | Memes, Sholane, Gare, gs eceagea | HOO Coan ieee Sh aveny Bre Boamhe Clarke’s Blood Mixture Tablets help to bes caused by Piles auch as Headache. | {i} Friday 14th inst.
owaniee _ ree’ ¥ later. in ousn
FERGUSON WHEEL TRACTOR — Now |v cccident) Terms Cash. Sale at 2p.m.| time and stop these dischses before it is Cleanse tie and Nervousness, Backache, Constipation,
loss of energy, debility, and irritable "
in stock. With these Tractors there are VINCENT GRIFFITH, too late, use they often cause not only health. ai ith Get H Nis from your B.W.I. SCHGONER
‘ , —|numerous attachments for cultivation Auctioneer. | the loss'of teeth, but also chronic rheume- assist in restoring good sposition. ASSOCIATION (Inc)
SWEEPSTARE TICKS wae GS |and Transport purposes. Your enquiry 2.11.52—4n.} tism and heart trouble. Li fi pan AR ne sip veer ott Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
0409, 0404, FF . § , 2290, " nal uid orm eran P
ISG? ekuenn. Mason Sek, @tresd. aed | Tor) Sey eC mena, co anna | nee New Discovery: Saves Teeth Also available in the origi q c pains and troubles or money back op
The Folly. Return to Advocate Adver- | __ endueen yet UNDER THE SILVER Amoson, the discovery of an American nn 8 REE return of empty vackage. :
tising Department 4.11,52—1n - tist, fights these troubles new
ee gp GRAMOPHONE Just received a small HAMMER quick way. It penetrates right to the
“SWEEPS .- pment a ‘olumbia jramophones. e root of the trouble, stops gums from
Meeting See DD soencee tn Marker Secure ong from DaCosta & Co., Ltd., Tuesda & 7 by order the very ‘day, auickly takes the |
Hil, Sh Georae. FinGar gidtee Electrical Departrnent. 31.10.5260] a y eiteaee will sh, then] Sarenens out of your mouth, | n 2008 —
to Arthur Toppin, C/o N. B. Howell. —|Furniture at No. 20, k B. Gi ) gin he. we we e results that VY LZ, 24)
=4,11/00—1n. | oS ASSRY-ARBEe Weeel Tractors— 1°" includes: users get: “T from Trench
uae ae yan Shipment arrived in time for-your selec- Gite Wigton wit lead, cup eeeee oes erorshen for ten years, My egmabifias Gre
WALLET Brown Leather with eweep-| 0m Hydraulic Linkage for Implements || Dit able. vege Rockers. and Easy fame werd sore and bisedia sod 1, nea i i —
stake Ticke} "Series LL 9082 and $18.30,|%80 avaliable, 30.10.52—6n | Pir, Serving ‘Table, Revolving Book| Jost four teeth, whlle sevcta oles tried !
Near Limoleng.Factory. Reward offered | “OriveTTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail- | Case; Tall & Low Plant Pedestals, Chess aay ‘at ae and then heard of this new BSCRIBE = a
finder. Kindly return same to Advocate | apie from Stock in various carriage | 2nd Work Tables; Kidney & Ornamen'| discovery ‘In 24 hours a . CANADIAN SERVICE
Advertising Bepartment. 4.11.52—1n. | widths as follows:— Tables; Floor-Lamp, | tbo Te Amosan my 7 hel Ae appeared le From Montreal and Halifax
ona liver — $260.00 Case all in good o jahogany : oe das fT that %
( om —-4 @ Chine Fisted warts de Dish be. three days an were much tighter and thet In the November 1952 Expected Arrival
Public. Official Sale a. Waiters Cunaie ruts, Rah pts | Fanon the hardest of fod ». sauitona wer yee
: Enotes BP F me Ser re “Table G teed ‘o PROGRAMME’S a i . * e
‘ 2 td. 3713. ner & Tea Services; Cut Glass Ta . varan REDIFFUSI N 25, ss. “SUNADELE” 6 Nov. 11 Nov. 3 November
(6 Pe on 28.9.52—t.f.n. | Lamp, 8. P. Contacte eee oakers eoAPRete Free, co fast apd 20, cestate <4 oS “A VESSEL” j 20 Nov. 25 Nov. It December
On Tuesday the 4th day of November ye Chaim: Mahogany Single Bed-| from bicealbe, end sore mou’ K. SER
1952 at tig hour of 2-a’clock in the after- veranae id Spring-Deep-Sleep Mattress] your teeth to your complete sai or ' U.K. SERVICE
noon Will be e6ld at my office to the POULTRY eacr Presses, Book shelves, Writing money back on return of empty C0 From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
highest bidder for any sum not under Desk, Vesta Sewing Machine; Larders, Og eee or
the appraised value Citi Kitchen Tables, Ware Presses, Electric] $4 heart trouble, Get your Expected Arrival
al thas an piece £ lend, captain: POULTRY—Imported Pure Bred White | ‘Toaster, Ferns, and many other items) chemist today under this following Condition was omitted : = rp: Newport Swansea Liverpool) Glasgow Dates Barbados
ing by @ psuremen perce! Leghorn; ens, . BR ow in| onditi ‘ le .
t Kew Road in the Parish of thane aise. Ete a eee of iit o'clock. Terms Cash. Am ing The fo 8 EILERS” = 23 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Nov, 17 November
St. Michael butting and bounding om 5 > R, TR & CO. C1) 8.8. “STUGARD” - 10 Nov. 14 Nov 18 Nov 4 December
lands RoW or late of Mra. FP. R. Prescod, BRANKE ‘as For hea~-Tronch Mouth (6) If more correct solutions are received, than Prizes 6.8. “GEIRULV" End Nov. _ Early Dec. End December
on lands now or iate of Mrs, O. ins, Pyorr -s. “ a, Dee. Early Dec. Mid Dec. Early January
on a Fublic Roud called “Kew Road’ MISCELLANEOUS os available, a jury will draw the winners. The decision FRGGEN y Janua

and on another Public Rond called “Hill

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Y.M.P.C. Defeat Spartan By 7 Wickets) â„¢ reverta wors six's

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Other Intermediate FOOTBALL 2ND DIVISION: ELIGIBLES

Allan Brown GET MARRIED
Matches Drawn Bowlers Do Well =»

iS PARIS.
THE TENTH ROUND in the series of Intermediate Got W inner

One by one some of Britain's

Cricket ended last Saturday and again teams fell to some ’ ’ d e e ried off in France. After the mar-
low scores, At some grounds spectators saw bright cricket or Scotian ji rick tc ets riages of banker Loel Guinness
/ and Lord Stanley of Alderley*

most eligible men are being mar-
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Only one team secured an out- a a LONDON. comes news of the engagement in

right victory, all the others were BOWUING Ae? . A player who once threatened Paris of handsome Count Jqhn de

drawn games. Y.M.P.C, won their £, smith 0 ; 9 to quit first class soccer and be- Bowlers did wel! ‘on tricky5 for 10 runs, S. Goddard two ee
match over Spartan by three runs 5 ri 2 09 9 © come a coach with a minor wickets on Saturday the lest for 36, F. Austin two for 23) and endern, 45-year-old former
with seven wickets in hand. In % Fond : & 1} Jeague club was the architect of day in the Tenth Series of Second 38 for three wickets (F. Austin British amateur golf chgmpion and
Spartan’s first innings they we Chase 2 6 14 1 Seotland’s 2—1 vietgry of Wales Division cricket matches. Hoy/- 2 for 18 and E, Goddard 1 for 20) One®, married to Lady Patricia
all out for a meagre 73 with ¥. Cumberbate 7 © 23 1 fn the International at Ninian ever batsmen did not fail dis- Cou Empir anne oe foes a
Chase top scoring with 33. In t ee ; Park last week. His mame? gracefully and the good score of ollege vs e at Harrison a r, is the son of an eccen-
sect ‘Enis We aoine bel es Cae Allan Brown, inside right, and 102 og not out was oe up College oa millionaire, the Count de For-
4 i Z se On he ick arlion—Ist Innings 23 ore’ f th Scots’ ualising by the Empire batsman G. m , 5 i r
top scored with 20 before he W4\ (Combermere—ist Innings iat a me ” ™ who att” wt number times te College 98 and 67 for five wick- His father lives at Biarritz and | \
run out, they were all out for { ; Allan, together with George the batting order, He hit eigat ®%. holds Leichtenstein nation ty. 5
Bowling for Y.M.P.C. I. Burke | | Cariton—Snd inniggs ss Aitken. who was Scotland's left fours in his 102. Empire 211 for 4 wickets de- John is a British subject with an :
took three wickets for 15 runs ;, Matthews 1.b.w. Willams... 5 half, refused to re-sign for East elared, (G, Kirton 102 not out, import-export business in Paris !
10 overs. ; V. Goodridge stpd. wkpr, b Branker 8 Fife’ at the commencement of Empire had to be content P. Roach 50, H. Brewster not out His fiancée is 21-year-old Spanish

Y.M.P.C. in their first innings . White run vo the 1950-51 season because their with points for a first innings 30) beauty Mercedes Gorina, the
took a lead over Spartan by fie {Marshall ¢ Mr. Sealy b Branker 6 request for gq transfer was lead over Harrison College. The Central vs Windward daughter of a retired Barcelona
runs, K. Branker top scored wi W. Burke stpd. wkpr. b Branker 5 refused scpegaete batting a, —s . at Congo Road ne ye has lived most
29, In the second innings tt m. Kaghill not out 5 ith. j- total of runs and at the en¢ ; ; er life in Paris.

ad "80 fc aes +“ ‘alley the A." Nicholson b Branket a With the players end the @ of the first day’s play Empire had ,. Windward 84 and 91 (F. Field Quotes of the week; }
made or three to allow thei cox not out i rectors declining to give way. 7. lied. with 41 runs for the loss 22, E, Weekes 5 for 17 and H. President of a French_hair-

to win the match, are 10 there was a deadlock. The sea~ FOP ic : ~ Andrews 3 for 22, C. Shepherd dressing association, M. Ciallet:

The Cable and Wireless-Menta a is hich be in August, of one wicket. . ak “ i. |

ec : Total es SOR, while Ban On Saturday helped by a 102 ! for 3. We have won the battle for short

Hospital match was drawn, Cabli passed into September, October. pune be inten, Empire’ carried _ Central 127 (B, Weekes 5), C. hair; with the short hair fashion

and Wireless continued their first | Fa { wickets: 1—16, 2—39. 3-46, Noyember and into _ December this. seore to 211 runs. Other. Patrick 26, N. Deane A, Mi n- women come to see us every week

innings and were all out for t The ae Sree ee eee with neither man kicking a ball ‘ood scores came from P. Roach "ey and F. Field two wickets each instead of every three weeks.

with Fransoir 23 and Cozier no BOWLING ANALYSIS The battle nearly reached lega! £1 and H. Brewster not out $0. for 39, 38 and 33 rums respec~ “To do that they must have to

out 19. For the Mental Hospital! 0. M. R. wW. proportions with the two players °° "it end of play College hac tively) and 29 runs for the loss economise on other things, but

V. Todd and J. Wiltshire took Mijende ¢ § ™% 2 preparing to take the club (0 cred $7 tuns for the loss of of two wickets, why should we worry how they !
three wickets each for 10 an 22 Branker 4 1 2 «6 gs court for not showing, oe five wickets in their second turn get the money? The principal Eisten to the man who drives a Morris Six. Hel! tc!) you of a 70 horse

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In the Hospital’s first innin shle 6 1 2 1 profession or a ugh ; Barrister Morro Giafferi: “Don’t nh : i aolk ai sace: thtki/cctaysaebas sao hale z
C. Williams top scored with 18 PICKWICK vs. WANDERERS payed any wages, Brown anc Y.M.P.C. dismissed Leeward for Tri idad Te ever count on the eternal love of pleaty more in reserve. |! ess ar spring 8
the ie team to reach S,: Bowlin Aitken were perainee rae 80 runs on Saturday, On the first n Cam a4 young man of 20. Save that kind makes journeys an anruffled driving pleasure: ha! yiibin wheethase

. , Aes aie Wanderers—tst innings 1582 and as such not allowe Vv e day YM P.C. scored 110 runs in of trust for the aged.” Sida ih the in ; he ii Saint he
for Cable and Wiréless D. Archer pjckwick—ist Inning 24 ; soi 3 eS . : 10. eeating gives lounge-casy (ry i .

, 88 A ¢ ek—Is nes t rules of the Scottish FA to join their first innings but collapse Astrologer Maurice Calais: : ‘

ae aoe ag bane o Seles wand- AT respectively, Evelyn scored 47 any other club as players in the second innings when they Beat B. G. Team 3-0 inpmegty chive per cent of the wo- of he veatfyl silence of this five © * ssf
ate ae ae nee t wling for Pickwick Lewis and Thus it was that Brown near- were bowled out for 78 runs, (Precs. 00d Wee \iiecteaeateaks men who consult me ask me to Let os give vou a slemansiavion dtive
Rare inti e p - in i Gr dae took 3 wickets each for 32 ly forsook Scotland to join the At the end of play Leeward GEORGETOWN, Nov. 8 name the date their husbands will

ae ‘a with 18 ee nas ef A ead tapered English minor league club. had scored 38 runs for the loss Casuals-Shamrock beat G.F.C. die.” .
a nd - ro : ee Caer Croydon Rovers, as coach of three wickets, ‘ 3—nil in the opening soccer game — *Mr. Loel Guinness, roa

ay innings the 20y s dismissed WATER POLO: ; Central secured points for a of the G.F.C. Golden Jubilee Fes- former Tory M.P. for Bath, mer
nat f 9 oe ee Ores — . Calamity Averted first innings lead over Windward tiyval games at Bourda today in ried Prnnee ere in i

at for Carlton top scored with a , ‘ whom they dismissed for 84 runs the presence of a large crowd in- at the A s town hall in 1
35 before he was caught by Mi: ° ‘ This’ Fatensty: <6 eS ¢°sn in their first innings, Central in cluding the Officer administering last year, Mh e Tnerese Husson
Sealy off the bowling of Lashley, ailors Pla er was fortunately averted in thoi first innings scored 127 runs the Government, the Hon. John ley married Mlle, Therese Husson
he was the only batsman in hi Dee anne aint Fit “= with E. Weekes topscoring with Gutch, C.M.G., O.B.E., and Mrs. in April this year. R E LTD
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i-th © Cickewicks Wanderers (2, 1 follow ing will engage a transfer developed into an — 32, S. Goddard 12) Espinal. Two followed in the sec- L. BAYLEY
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Wanderers batted the whole ci Aquatic Club at 5 p.m, to-day:— an offer of £28,000 and Aitken! URES Kha ; 7 shinies

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—22, 5-26, 6-50, 1—6*, 873, 9-d3, er he probably next will defend ‘ith, and Allan was determined
against England's Randy Turpin ‘° repay him, and prove his |
and Humez will ask for a bout Worth.



Total 84

MOULDINGS in
WOOD, WALLBOARD & ALUMINIUM .





BOWLING ANALYSIS
0 M R Ww



Vv. Todd 1 12 «19~63) «6UVersus the winner A crowd of | Came the Cup ties, and he hac | for covering joints, counter edges and corners.
V. Carter ® 1 14 © 16,000 booed the poorest bout his chance. Showing all the zip from $110
R Chase 1 4 4 1 seen in Paris this season, and fervour which had gained | Phone 4267
J. Wiltshire 10 1 22 ; Hairston lacked speed after the aon green] eee: he | .
seventh and frequently clinched. helpec ackpool reach the Cup} .

Mental Hospital—tnd Innings never able to shake Humez. The Final ; @ Led Ltd
Vv. Lb.w, Arche pe ’ oan mez, The wae | e e 0
Berta erchisie te te aes ‘| Frenchman early in the final Tragedy } ” gf WILKIN & Es '
E. Quintyne b Archer 1 Yreunds piled up points with rapid ois -
e pth eg ae eae OE .7 blows to the face, but the majority His return to form did not! LOWER BROAD STREET.
J. Wiltshire b Cronic ;, Of the bout lacked action. pass unnoticed in his native!
R. Chase b H. King Barly in the eighth round, Hu- country, and he was selected for |

Extras i mez foreed Hairston to retreat, the Scottish team to play Eng-|







Total ;, Shaking him with powerful left land at Wembley two weeks be-

and right jabs Although the fore the Cup Final. But then | Th F m :
Fall of wickets: 1—18, 2—28, 3a, Score was not disclosed, ringside tregedy., : 9 f e a ous
4—55, 5-—77, 6-82. 7—82 observers credited Humez with

five, and Hairston with three In a league match just after e







OWLING ANALYSIS
are nee R. w. rounds the semi-final he sustained a IBER7 y
x. King. 7 13 i Hairston weighed 144.5 kilos. leg injury. At first it was not ’
: ee oe i, «6 «and Humez 143.5 thought to be all that serious, | =. 7 a i : 2 .
SD. Archer Ooh ee In an eight round middleweight but as the International and the | 4 ==)
&. | Branker 8 2 19 0 eer ee Rar alan pen A loomed nearer, the}
outpointed ain’s Antonio Solde- trou ‘
aaa 2104 3 Yio, oy Dereiates
Â¥.M.P.C. vs. SPARTAN Then the doctors told him the
SE ares » news he was dreading; he would
c manctenretanee, . Sugar Ray May 3! e's tor the international
ustin : 2 — s . . ny 5
. sc L, Greenidge ! be f s
z Seats : Rak 7. 2 eraser m 4 ight Kid Gavilan not " ya, ao in toes dors
7 Pid eur.” Burke ‘ : ‘ ‘ there slipped from Allan’s grasp
teen an cut ; é NEW YORK, iwo honours. which any playei
De eteet Satan suk aut Fe Sugar Ray Robinson says would regard as ample reward
€. Gittens run out ; 1 he is “debating” a middleweight tor a whole football career
7 Pr ne aa wkpr, G. Archer : itie fight with Kid Gavilan, of The injury bogey persistea
Bet Cuba, the world welter-weight into the following season, and
ae pampion, early. next year. Mean- Brown was out of the Blackpool
ota 8: while, Sugar Ray is going to be team more often than he was in
is piensa ie ae | singer-dancer, Reported salary jt
4-26, 5—22, 6—39, 7—72, 8—81. 9_81 in his new trade — more than |
£10,000 for a fortnight of shows. Once again those injurie
BOWLING ANALYSIS : —L.E.S. eaused him to lose his old form. |
ae are z ¥ so the beginning of this season |
R Austin 6 i 13 2 T Ae : saw him again figiiting to make
S. ranke 10 2 20 a © oi
i Branker , } ® | Trinidad Imerease + come-back.

How well he has succeeded

£ W. Hoyo 0 \
G, Archer 44 10 Lae ' In addition to his equaliser at
b I e ‘anime Ninian Park, he is Blackpool's |















Bier Se ree See te (From Our Own © ) top-scorer. His nine goals in- :
' he sHiovos no ot : roe 0 PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 8 - clude two hat-tricks, | a
R>B: King Lb.w. Cumberbatch ‘) Trinidad Turf — Club today Allan has had to wait for his
i 4k Mandeville not out 9 aes ~ ° =e - rae success, but it has been worth
* extra 3 feeling to five days. ates for while, If he ca conti in t : Ox
Bi Total a the oS rte Se ee will ke ia Blackpool” ce ak oe | Beautiful ° é
. Oe /ecember 26, 27, January I, 3 and that* first Cup Final victory. | , :
fk . Fall of wickets: 1-34, 2~55, 3-58 10 —L.ES. FI l <
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WHAT'S ON TODAY Ja

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Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,
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Yugoslavia Will Join Defence Against Aggression

Marshal Tito Assails | ong 4ecane'

Soviet Foreign Policy

ZAGREB, Yugoslavia, Nov. 3.
MARSHAL TITO bitterly assailing Russia and prais-
ing the West for its unconditioned defence aid said
Yugoslavia will actively support a “joint defence against
aggression”.



Marshal Tito delivered a 40,000
word address to the Yugoslav
Communist Party Congress where-
in he traced the present world
tensions back to the Tehereri,

Coneern Over
- Yalta and Potsd f s,
Brazil Likely | '0).27.2°3 "ues
Russia’s doorsteps for events since
To Be Eased fae to her hypocrisy.

He said the Soviets deluded
| Yugoslavia and other small na-
tions into believing she was their
champion. But Yugoslavia’s split
with the Cominform had con-
tributed greatly to the subse-
quent decline of world - wide
Soviet - directed Communist
strength.

LONDON, Noy. 3
Brazil's payments difficulties
continue in the news, but publi-
cation in the Bra@gilian Congres-
Bional Journal of that country's
economic arrears in all currencies
at the beginning of September
will tend to ease some of the more
alarmed speculation, according to
banking circles, 7 He |
There has been a rising tide of | 4 h
concern in London over Brazil's; Co-operete, with International
shortage of sterling and the lack| Progressive movements even
of British purchases of Brazilian where there were differences of
cotton this season, ever since tha|Pinion. But added it was not
British Credit Guarantee Depart- | yet ready for formal union with

ment suspended its guarantees on| International Socialist groups.
exports to Brazil last June. Marshal Tito vigorously criti-

This resulted in exports to|cised Russia as a country where
Brazil coming toa virtual full| the workers were exploited worse
stop. Recently the announcement | than in Capitalist countries. He
of a barter deal of British Jet air-|said Soviet Foreign Policy had
craft for Brazilian cotton, whila|become merely old-fashioned
welcomed by many exporters, has ‘ Imperialism.
been the subject of much adverse , —UP.
comment in banking and financial |

circles. —U-P. | Governor A dell
Welcome For | Bans Processions

Sa Sl ees assaeeneSeERESNRS

Yugoslav Com-
prepared to

said the
Party, was





Barbadian Judge |

(From Qur Own Correspondent) {
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 3. |
Mr, Clyde Archer who has been |
appointed Acting Judge of the}
Supreme Coyrt of Trinidad and
Tobago last week, received a
warm and cordial welcome from
the Bar at San Fernando this
morning when he sat on the Bench
for the first time. Mr, Archer
who was Acting Solicitor General
up to last week is in San Fernando
to preside over the November
Criminal Assizes. Welcome

~apiobe were-led off by Mr. A.
. Rienzi, Crown Counsel on be-

half of the Law Officers and Mr.
Gaston Johnston on behalf of the
Bar Association joined,

Mr. Justice E. R. L. Ward in
San Fernando to preside over the
Supreme Court sat with Mr,
Archer during the welcome ad-
dresses. He said he knew Archer

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GRENADA, Nov. 3.
Governor Arundell, under the
powers vested in him by the!
Public Order Ordinance has de-
clared a ban on all public pro-|
cessions in the colony between
November 1 and January 31!

next. The order does not ap-|
ply to funerals or processions
held under the auspices of any



recognised religigus denomina-
tion.

The ban blunts the _ antici-
pated Gairyite November 11
mareh through the streets of

St. Georges to which the leader

of the vement has exanied
an invitation to followers the

wecent Market Square meeting
with a possibility of using the
oceasion to whip up feelings of
the workers in connection with a
wage boost claim on which the
MMWU have declined an early
meeting with employers for dis-
cussion and up to the present

since he was a boy in Barbados;ignored a memorandum in reply
nd he hoped “this is only a fore-|¢) the claims setting out the

taste of what lies in store for} position of the agricultural in-
him.” 7 dustry.
Replying Mr. Archer said that Every opportunity has also

he was very thankful for the
warm welcome of San Fernando,
He knew of the cordiality which

been taken by Gairy—including
the exploitation of the privilege
of immunity of the legislature to

existed between the Bench and|refer “to public works departe
the Bar there and promised to do/ ment irregularities and urge ar-
rests.

all he could to maintain it.



AT ST. THOMAS’ ALMSHOUSE

EXPERTS
MEET

The 1952 meeting of the Advis-
ory Committee of the B.W.lI.
Central Sugar Cane Breeding

Station opened yesterday morning
at the office of the Department o
Science and. Agriculture under
the chairmanship of Mr. C. C,
Skeete Director of Agriculture
who is Chairman of the Advisory
Committee ex officio,

The main purpose of the meet-
ing is to reylew the work of ‘ha
Station during the past year and
to prepare 9 budget for the com-
ing financial year

It is expected that the meeting
will end tomorrow.

Attending the meeting are th«
following representatives from the
member colonies:

Mr. C. Holman B. Williams,
Director of Agriculture, Trinidad;
Mr. M. A. G. Hanschell, Director
of Agriculture, Grenada, repre-
senting the Windward Islands;
Mr. R. R. Follett-Smith who is
representing the British Guiana
Sugar Producers’ Association;
Professor C. Y. Shephard. C.B.E.,
Acting Principal of the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad; Mr. G. R. Gregory,
Senior Agricultural Officer, Brit-
ish Honduras; Hon'ble E, S. Rob-
imson, Sir John Saint, Mr. G. C,



« Sia neler sansiiil

AGAIN WASHED AWAY



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LAKES BRIDGE, ST. ANDREW
is once more damaged. A sectior
last month. No repairs have b

which has been washed away and repaired on numerous occasions,

of the bridge (to
started.

Roads In St. Andrew

Pose Serious Problem

Haggatts) was washed away during the heavy rains



GOVERNOR'S
|| DEPARTURE ,



Stevenson Cyto-Geneticist and >
Mr. B. del. Inniss, Botanist, Bar-| DELA YED
bados. ' 4
| NEWS has been receives MANY of the main highways of $ takai: lceiaind
Invitations were also sent to Mr. that the S.S. “Oranjestad’ 8 ys of St. Andrew have now

A. deK, Frampton, Agricultural
Adviser to the Cdmptroller for
Development and Welfare and Mr.
P. E. Turner, Sugar Agronomist,
C.D. and W.. but these were un-|
ewble to attend. !

During their stay in Barbados,
the delegates will visit Groves
Agricultural Station and Codring-
ton Experimental Station.

Police Clash

LONDON, Nov. 3. |

Conflicting reports reaching
here Monday said weekend bor-,
der clashes were fought with}

mortars and light machine guns
by Indian and Pakistan frontier
police along the Indo-Pakiptari
boundary near Lahore. No cas-'
ualties were reported in either
account,

Reports from Karachi said a
58-hour pitched battle between
the two countries’ police forces!
started Saturday night after
‘ aggression” by Indian police on

been. turned into treacherous bye-ways for motorists as a
result of frequent landslides caused during heavy rainfalls
within recent years

‘ has been delayed and will not
be reaching Barbados until the
j late afternoon of Tuesday, 4th
November. I

His Excellency the Governor
and Lady Savage will arrive
at the Baggage Warehouse at
5.30 p.m. and will leave for
the ship at 6 p.m.



: is k gaged on it, knocking boulder:
| 0 poOsitien in a ‘fort to level
S. Africa Asked | ))!)°.,)°,...0%% te

To Suspend
Racial Laws

UNITED NATIONS,

New York, Nov, \

13 other Arab“ anc
ealled upon

India and
Asian countries
South Africa
her policies of
tion against
ovigin,

India’s
Vijaya L.

racial discrimina
persons of Indian

chief delegate Madar

Pandit sounded th

Monday to suspend) «

|

~arge sections of these roads which were damaged are
still in a bad state of disre pair, and they continue to pose

4 serious problem to the Highway Commissioners
At Spring Vale, nearly 100 yard :

so of the road was carried away G
one of the recent land, slips rO ” pe
esterday seven men wert vernor 0 ns

Leewards’ Leg.



Sir Alfred And Lady
Savage Say Goodbye

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor and Lady Savage
last night said goodbye to the people of Barbados in a fare-
\ well message broadcast ov the Bareados Rediffusion

Service Ltd.

Sir Alfred and his wife le

S.S. Oranjestad for a holida:

their new duties in British Guian,

His Excellency. said

“My wife and I have come he
to-night to say a few words of
farewell, We leave Barbados to-
morrow evening for a holiday in
the United Kingdom before taking
up our new duties in British
Guiana,

“It is three years since we ar-
rived in this island—-both of us
were a little apprehensive of the
high office to which we had been
appointed and of the reputation of
Barbadians of being a very

* this afternoon by the
gland balare taking up



cau

tious people The welcome you
gave to us on that first day we
shall never forget Never before

in any part of the world had we
seen such a demonstration of
goodwill and loyalty to the British
Crown on the arrival of a new
Governor

“We have driven and walked
round the island, probably great-
er distances and through side roads
and gaps far more than the ma-
jority of you. Our aim has been
to get to know as many people
as possible and their interests and
views, and to achieve the distinc-
tion seldom conferred on a
stranger—of “belonging” to the
community of Barbados. Many
of you have been very generous in
the last six weeks in your com-
pliments and good wishes and
there has been a hint of reproach
that we should go away after only
three years service

Compelling Reasons

“You will realise that there must

have been very compelling reasons



Sir ALFRED SAVAGE.



Retired Gen.
Criticises
Mr. Truman

for us to leave this island, We

have worked in six different LOS ANGELES, Nov
countries, we have made many Retired Lieut General Albert
friends all over the world and this}C, Wedemeyer said the Trumen

~ aD eee oS mer naees net ee administration is responsible for
at vehiclos 1@ snortest stay © have yer x= Ft the Koreat wa hapless”
ay pass more easily Council perienced, but we have never felt} confict whi h hi should
All around there is evidence of | so ene at leaving a country a8fpot have occurred
&reat soil erosion. Walls aré From Our Own Cor we ao today Gen. Wedemeyer. speaking in
ri ced SS ae om i “ orrespondent) ‘ . . ATS ave not been |. ; . 7 ae :
geen yo pies dane ee A ANTIGUA, Nov, 3. ere gnaieae tas sie onieemaial . ae ib am se ah
: ‘ é : R way to the A sparse gathering attended , to eee oe : ina , | Ssponsore xy the National Re
pet vt oery trafic which still|}the opening of the Leewarc princi Geese 86 the Pure 7 publican Senatorial Committee
Leas than a ter i ielecndis general Legislativeliiving which the world has been | Said last night that Dwight D.
wore tens _auarter of a mile)Council, His Exeelleney - Sir unable to prevent, But this Island Kosenhower was not responsible
mai 2 40 wil paging of Ue} Kenneth Blackburne suffering} has enjoyed many blessings. We] \' the’™ withdrawal “ot ~ Uritted
whic tag a 1d e waters | from influenza, in a brief ad- have had three “good crops and © ates troops from Korea in
irse under ck Groves’ wre dress said: “I do not propose to] good prices for them; we have| !49 x
reat chaunenh ae ah oe review the colony’s past fpro~| been free of hurricanes; there have} General Wedemeyer —aceused
ie Seana ae, eee Aa®) gress until during the forthcom-| been no epidemics; and good in- r esident Trur an of nakins
ew veut 8 i uring the past/ing budget session of the Coun-| dustrial and community relations | ‘“rolitical blunders” which led
yea and on either bank of | jj" in December. have been maintained. Our neigh-|'o war. He said the administra-

le watercourse, the cane crop

ill lies flat on the ground where “On the subject of “defedera~

two Pakistan border villages. warning that events in the Unio | t was levelled with the force of seh co are Islands, I
; are moving towards the “Inevi-j'!¢ Water. Huge boulders dug|that the ran Sa ae aan ep

An Indian report from Bom-} tape catastrophe.” jout of the slopes and brought ‘at the Leeward Islands federa-

bay said “heavy 24 hour long} The draft resolution calling | down with the water, still block ton has outlived its usefulness,
aS cone eer Peeian oe for the suspension of the erotnt he watercourse ree online wok peeee’ a —
iad enter ree Indian border areas ack onich savarates vareth >| Impassable to Traffic a ae ne on the Governmen
villages and threatened a fourth.) | cording to colour was Daa nted| The Groves Road which once ary and Sealer to iste loan

Both reports said clashes ended

thereafter to teke steps



wih’ Br Aaaeeare ‘aitie’ ‘conter- to the ad hoc Political , Com * ; mittee of the U.N, Gener: re footpath, impassable to any! of the Leeward Islands.” Ag t

ences between senior police of-}',.- ; traffic at all, The road 1 aris sap vung.” - A pce Rl

ficials of the two countries Assembly. ; Be nie re road linking UP! ourable members will know the

f “-y.p.| But South Africa immediately >t, Simons and Turner Hall is| Secretary of State replied saying

UE -\served notice that the matter i till impassable 5 the decision on constitutional

outside the jurisdiction of the Au along the road leading from|defederation” of the Leeward

U.N, Its chief delegate Mr, G. P Seba aa Haggatts, one s€es ON! Islands must await the decision

Jooste accused India.of bad iaith Pither side canes three or fqurjon the West Indian Federation,

and of conducting a “campaign of }0les in from the hedgerow void Although the abolition of the



A SECTION of the wall, abont 106 feet long, bordering the western side of St. Thomas’ Almshouse,

‘was washed away during heavy rains last month. The wall, which run
repaired.

8 across a gully, is now being

Leewards Chose

bf tops, and levelled tothe ground. || eeward Islands Federatio

P Ml 1h é § Pré on
In addition to Madam Pandit } The new Haggatts Bridge which | |.

delegates from Pakistan and Iraq }, Supported with concrete, and) will feel that his time is wasted

. tn @ Which replaced the old wooden . r m
appeale - ef lo , Cc . .
appealed to South Africa to cease bridge survived the waters that | 2 a 4: ouncil, The Federation

vilification” against his country,



Pakistan's Riaoed a ,s égain carried away a complete! veneral itdehae Ceca "aie
cribed South African laws as fh fection of the Lakes Bridge which | 4 long and distinguished history.
most legalized modern asia lag Was re-opened a few weeks ag0\, read that the first Leeward
lislation to create racial ghettos” ‘te! being closed for three years.’ {siands federation probably has

/ Over on the Western side of the,



2 a “lare: ts , the distinction of having been a
bageee Tavcivwh” ta "this aibe ae paggatis are e area look- | model for “the: constitution of
lfar . at aaa Re wall shows signs of extensive) (ys 4A. For Alexander Hamilton
Seas here - i tenes ee i More than half of its! wing drafted that constitution was

or a, an naian struggle lpngth, although still standing, isi. ceteek ‘avin’ 3 E
LD rigaie * 34 7 ‘a — sores te Genuine with the next heavy] show so many similarities that
§ ) aintain the dignity fill o : ENE ter 7
‘a, sol : J ak xi oy He ad
|andeworth of the human ‘perso tLooking over the other side’of|{f2bebly Alexander Hamilton had
jin which the non-white people of) be road—the Lakes District side- Is lan “r ind wher draftir ;
South Africa even now al he sees a vast river bed chan-} a eu Ss a stitat nen : ‘s
engaged ously, Fl @ on page 5 he 5S. constitution

Apart from the need of main-



2 ee
taining the ancient and fine history

this Council, there is much

can better

‘tion becomes . a reality. ¢ am
eure this Council will start its
VESSELS BOUND FOR BELIZE, where port workers
g i iA ' , lative Couneil of the colony.”
are taking part in the Britigh Honduras general strike, | Ag that tn effects of

| ies |
Agents Divert Their)“.
L gen Ss - ivert Clr: a handled _ "the Leeward
| Islands on a federal basis until
° + o
Ships From Belize |
| work with a full realization of its
importance even though this may
eae Sarees by star agents to other ports. @ On page 5
Good Prospects For



jsuch time as West Indian federa-
BELIZE. é
perhaps be the last general Legis-
tie steamer “Mataura,” carrying

cargo of milk for school chil-

“de-

1947
Korea

tion suppressed his
on China’ and

called for the following
Mr. Cuke In London 1. Maintenance f military

forces in Korea. 2 Moral an

report

@ On page 5
which



(From Our Own Correspondent) material” aid to Chinese Va-
LONDON, Nov. 3 {tionalists led by Chiang Kai-
Mr. H. A. Cuke and Mr. Keith’ Shek’ that gallant leade of
McCowan arrived today for dis-| Free China”. 3. Creation of
cussions with the Food Ministry | « ffective” South Korean rY
on the price to be paid for the General Wedemeyer © said
1953 sugar crop, Delegates from!warned that the withdrawal of
other Commonwealth sugar pro-| United States forces would lead
ducing countries are also injty occupation of South Korea by
town and there will be an in-]ecither Soviqt troops or North
formal meeting probably tomor-]|Korean units trained by the

row before an approach is made] Russians.

to the Ministry. UP



in the air, IT hope no member






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W all Being Re aired cren from the United Nations think about’.
: . {International Children’s Emer-
e 9 7 h ! D . | t omer s j
AT A D eput President jSency Pund EE "tit be h wiser to remove the fear
as e Thomas ouse veptity ‘ “Fut ‘ Wouldn’t it be much wiser to remove the
j uture supplie of this milk é
‘ |. (From Our Own Correspondent) jare uncertain,” said an official’ ro Ss n rin a of this possibility AND the unpleasant conse-
One hundred and six feet ofy Six men and three women are) , ANTIGUA, Nov, 3. | announcement in Belize British r Dev :
the wall bordering the , western working on the wall, Lionel | At to-day’s meeting of the| Honduras school children pay one; M¢ © Holman Williams,, long dry season wag planted late, quences, by making it ‘the first thing you think
side of the St. Thomas’ Alms-{Small, the foreman, told the! Legislative Council. the Honour |cent daily for a glass of this |@ector of Agriculture, Trinidad, In addition, in the middle of the bout’? There w 131 fires in the Island in
loupe, whick gms washed ower Mavnaete that they gartes eau: able Maruce Davis was elected| special milk. told the Advocate yesterday that Wet season, there was pactnes SOORt + SEE Were
uring e eavy rains last) structing the new section on Wed-' Deputy President. The Honour-} The Government has notified j the prospects for cocoa, coffee fairly long dry spell and although 1949. : ‘ “ 5 te
is ; i , ty ; e as } eee ni not including cane fires.
ment te TO, DOG HPC eee seeicrhee Mle’ els tee oes “ssp esas! Ee Rents jthe setkace thal thee will be no] WD. situs sty veey. gsek,., ie|s, larger aren wan pasate Wie
: ’ shaw we ted to r negotiations s|Supar cane is yell, jrice, a ; mae ; . 4
The wall runs across a gully}area, ' lthe Leeward Islands at Herj oe ae ee. we continue, | Pt yield is likely to be below|total output was likely to exeeed| Why not arrange an appointment with a repre-
through which a strong current] “As it is now being constructed) \jajesty’s Coronation. Mr, Bird] tr, ic. ' " ied that |that of 1952. the average. | : 5 oe ; . ta se
of water flows after heavy rains.jit is not likely to collapse again} gnd Mr. Bradshaw | were also} jen racers have sate rar Mr. Williams arrived here on} He said that the Secretary of; sentative of Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd.
Formerly it was constructed with] unless there is a very powerful chosen to be Leeward Islands rep=| intl a : ps oa re fers Ou,| Sunday night by B.W.LA, to|State for the Colonies had just} NOW > An easy mind and complete protection
a — moe eu: — oa ~ age ae men rushing through resentatives at the West Indian ineiinead pi ome or ttend the meeting of the Advis-|approved a grant from Colonial! : ,
water flowed bu is proved toojthe gully. Very few things can! Conference. |} oe See COmective arg ory Committee of the B.W.I.|Development and Welfare for are both very quickly secured.
small an outlet for flood waters.| withstand the power of water”,! The Honourable Sydney T.|'"% ate met. The strike has aff€ct-|) Central Sugar Cane Breeding|considerable expansion of the| ee q y
Now it is being constructed] he said. : Christian will be the Leewards|©4 men in the timber and build-| Station as well as the meeting of)land settlement programme and}
with a hole, four feet square,| At present there are 52 inmates representative on the Caribbean'!"% industries, as well 45 /the B.W.I, Sugar Cane Investi-|jfor the next four years, a um |
with many other holes surround- a the St. ieee Almshouse.' Commission Honourables V, a B.U.P. |gation Committee. He wasjof $600,900 would be spent for Local Agent
ing i nee, are females, Bird, E. S, Lake, R. L. Bradshaw accompanied by Mrs. Williams}this purpose mea
The same section of the wall]14 males, nine girls ani two mM 4H. Davis, R. W Griffith, | Vf la land they ar ts : saa
, 1 ‘ I ; s, 5 1 py are guests at the Ocean |
was previously washed away onjboys. There is only one isolated: and T. H. R. Penn were elected to} ataccans ] Totest | View Hotel |
the night of November 26, 1949] case : serve on the Federal Executive, NEW YO! Nov. 8 | MM: Willian said that the 109 ANIMALS
after a heavy shower. After it} The Almshouse is kept in a Council | E ‘ RK, ‘ lb Aeotiassist \. cheie’.antk «. Seah. vind DESTROYED | . °
rebuilt it withstood the} very sanitary condition, It is sur- The yovern t } xiled South Malacc eaders | ean le * 1 a a4 ’ ’
v built, : rinds A T is su ve Governor appointed the] Monday requested the U.N. Gen- | 00d and added that a large crop
heavy rain ie high Pel-g Hw ee by mye | fruit trees and Honourable Sydney T Christian| eral Assembly to consider theirj©f corn was expected and the The S.P.C.A. destroyed 109 BROAD STREET P.O, Box 227, Phone 4465
the night of August ¢ and m situatec on a hill. .B.E., nominated member of the| charges that Indonesia had invad- | Department of Agriculture had animals during the month of
i of § »ptember 1, W nen onen- When the wall is recon structed, General Legislativ e Council to be} ed their southwest Pacific home-|erected additional storage space Oct Th numbe mprisec
> de ge was done in sur-jundesirables will be prevented a-member of the Federal Execu-jland witt ist @ t Nether- | for king e of th rop 3 horse 1 donk
a r listr from entering the premise: itive Council ad tapes UP nt of tt —






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the

IS ~- Excellency



Governor

arub Calling

FIGURES IN ‘WEDDING OF THE YEAR’

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Canon
Warner

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» ent YOU ’





and Lady Sava ittended Should This Woman Wed? YOUR INDIVIDUAL HOROSCOPE
the 8 e’clock Communion Service * FORK TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1952
at the St. Michael’s Ca‘hedral on “The Church says that a ccte - ian:--ttee: Semiteth',Ss'ediinais -sicies
Sunday morning. This was a fare- woman has not fulfilled her pirtnday comes “and find whet your
well service for them as they ex- mission in life unless she gets outlook is, according to the stars.

" ; —’ ba
pect to sail for England today married and has a family, [ _MARCH 21 to APRIL 2 (Aries)

J Fe have lik d but have Should be opportune period for re-
before going on to British Guiana ied many men but Have sodelling along progressive lines, using
Where His*Excellency will take up loved none. I am now 38 and things smartly renovated, building. en-
his new appointment ; a man has asked me to marry ¢ineering. You mechanically inélined

appr aries him, I like him but. do not love ©#” #@#in in favoured fields
Leaving Tomorrow him, Is it wise to let him go apni 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus) — If

R. AND MRS. A, A,
who are at present holidaying a

guests at the Ocean View expect

Me
FADDEN of Cuidad-Bolivar,

and hope someone else will ask apt organizing civic or social affairs you

me, or should I accept his may achieve the unusual. Follow pace
offer?” of true progress and don't let others
The ; Church ‘has never’ said pass you You have much ability.

anything so foolish. In the early MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) — Do
to leave on Wednesday by the days of her history she put a "0t trouble self about nonentities time-
S.S. Colombie for La Guaira on very high value on the. celibate asters, oF he. ne
: . . y o better your

their way home. or unmarried life, Just think of knowledge as well as position.

Mr, and Mrs. Me Fadden who the place that religious. orders F a ‘

were on long leave in the U.S.A., have played in church life both Things that elec’ tien Gas Vanaie,
arrived here a week ago wit in convents and in monasteries. 4,’ that can be revived with a new face,
their daughter Laura whom the: You are mixing up two things. could bring fresh profits now, make

have put to school

at Codrington
High School.

good impression in right places.

Bi i it is true w n
ologically it is true a womai JULY &4 to AUGUST 2% (Leo) — Per-

has not fulfilled her destiny un-

haps pioneer in that idea you have e
Mr. Me Fadden is an engineer less she has children _. nursed or worked’ out with partner or
with U. S. Stee} in Cuidad As humans we have links with friend. Aspects favour sensible aggres-
Bolivar. = the animal world, but our mission #10" in right spots. Domestic affairs

Pilots on Holiday

need extra tact

in life is wider, The capacity for

a AUGUST 2% to SEPTEMBER 2% (Virgo)
selfless love in the service of God .

With well-placed effort, and using

¢ SAPTAM and Mrs, John Snider and our fellow men is the hall- Silee tasdeeas ae tae ant =

; tink ol ; ' r es esult, P
er and Captain and Mrs Jack mark of a human _being. That's yours, Afternoon competition keen: you
Smith of, Toronto, arrived last where our life’s mission lies, can handle it, ‘ ; ;
week by “FC.A. for a holiday You see the point? This selfless SEPTEMBER % to OCTOBER 2s

and are guests at the Ocean View
Hotel.



(Libra) — Promote your fine ability, put
extra vigour in the right places and you
can suceeed. A day for well-planned

love is the glory of marriage. It
is also the ideal foundation for

Captain Snider and Captai all the services women render to petivities to bring better-than-aeod re-
Smith ae both pilots employed ¥ society. pies (OCTOBER 2% to NOVEMBER 2%
with T.C.A, 4 G Dedication iheerpie) f on aintg, _cunsidecatale:

y * Se ° veadway y OlOW na ‘ *
Back to St. Lucia ON THE EVE OF THEIR MARRIAGE, Lord Ogilvy, 26, most eligible bachelor Should you marry this man? ctver deduction, Dont allow odd ideas

are guests at “The Camp”, $s
Lawrence. vt



Ornament Miss Elsie Pilgrim;

One Pair Shorts made to order—



transportation interests, medicines,
chemicals in favourable aspect.

At the airport to see her off your hand,

; f are T answer $ t yo
R. AND MRS. G. MILNE- in Scotland, and American heiress, Miss Virginia Fortune Ryan, 19, he answer turns a hag yor, Meer you from paths of progress,
ILN! 7 , think love means. “Falling in
MARSHALL and their pose in London. In England, this welding of U, S. wealth and British love’ is a poor reason for setting NOVEMBER 2% te DECEMBER 22
daughter returned to St. Lucia by nobility was considered “the we 'ding of the year.” Lord Ogilvy was your hand to the lifelong adven- eee er out Barats eves
B.W.LA., on Saturday last after once thought Princess Margaret's best beau, Miss Ryan is the great ture of marriage if there’s no children’s activities, Handling foods,
a holiday. grancdauphter of the late Thomas Fortune Ryan (International: more to it than romantic yearn- clothing, entertainment also rate
Pe returning to St Lucia by me. 4 th ; DECEMBER 2% to JANUARY 21
ec same oppor i asc . . re es ‘ undamentally ove means % ; C
Annie eraard —— had” cc Prize Winners Indefinite Stay dedication at ‘giving yourself. oar leupeatatiy a Gee eioud cite
Spending 3 ids : A E results of the Bingo That is the only right basis for Clever management can turn a mediocre
* Stee eee oo eland. "Paize Winners have now M*: ARTHUR RAMSAY was marriage. - ee thio, & BrOdsahiS amp,
liolidaying at St. Lawrence come to hand. The organisers are among the passengers leav- Having made your decision, JANUARY 2% to FEBRUARY 2%
R. AND MRS DENIs @!so grateful to the various firm; ing the island by B.W.I.A. yester- you will stick to it, and if later (Aquarius) fmeg Utes especially careful
- ce ay 5 , 2 now unruffed in a ir *
BARNARD and their t in the City who donated sihe day morning enroute to the U.S.A. on you find the prospect of Tow, unruffied unexpected setbacks.
children of St. Lucie wee : ee nelnen: where she will remain for an romantic love with someone else pomestic affairs demand real diplomacy.
by B.W.LA. o ee eae One Electric Hair drier__Miss indefinite stay. you will reject it out of hand. . ;
“4. on Saturday last Mrs. Rams. ; the daughter ¥ ill dismiss the tempta- FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
On a holiday, ’ K, Connor; One Case Beer—l'r. rs. Ramsay is the daughter oS wa os os — Day adaptable to creative matters,
During their sts Colin Vaughan; One Denton China f Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Douglas of tion as destructive of marriage tO Guiding future — activities. Maritime.
Stay here they : “Acadia', Government Hill, which you have deliberately set














: i YOU BORN TODAY: Mars — planet
* fs : ; tchinson; Cash Were many relatives and friends. So do not be goaded into mar- | YOU BORN TODAY: | M leadership—
Coming and Going ‘Mrs. Alma Hutchinson; | Cash riage by false ideas of a woman’s 0'.,c0ersy: ,esreasion and leaderanip-—
IR GEORGE SEEL, Co rie Se SSOee on Mas Anyey Many Happy Returns mission. But if your feelings about 4 top in business, surgery. chemistry,
trot] ; np- Ashby; One Box Chocolates—Dr. your friend stand up to the tests writing, explorer,’ entertainer, artist.
Welt Oiler of Development PAL ee Stuart; One Bottle Whisky M‘4* happy returns to Misses I have suggested, you ought to Seek religion more, and quiet moments
vin ma left for British Guiana —Miss S. Crichlow; One suit case Joan Greaves and Lorrairie tale . his proposal seriously vi refigction. pithants of wa Rogers,
Sunday nin, °Y B-W.I.A. on _pr. A. W. Storey: One Thermos Clarke who celebrate their birth. * —LEs.. jae, i? ;
Ee 1 Flask — Mrs, S R Taylor; One days today. A jolly time to you en -
. Earle Hempel, Caribbean : ce ae "Hall; both and best wishes for th
Representatives of C ~ ladies Handbag——-Miss Nell Hall; * r - e 2 . Programme Parade, 7.00 p.m. The News,
. ‘ ocoa Cola re- ; atte >. FT ta oes ita
turned to the island after two Ose Saee-Helse "audrey Ashby; uture Listening LOuTs 710 pam. Home News trom Britain
years’ absence, e a Orna Poms 3. BD, TESDAY NOVEMBER 4. 1952 sn thease eal ie dial il aries
Mrs. H. B. Kerr wife of M Hynam; One bottle rum and one Transferred deanna ee va 33m, 41 32m ; 715 pm _ Rendezvous, 7 45 p m_ Per-
Kerr of Gulf Oil was also among falernum — Miss A. Ashby. Mr, M* HAROLD THOMAS, an ines eer eee! Protrait, 8.00 p.m. Charite Kunz,
orien . ae os ee - i cent . The News, 410 5 pm adio ewsreel, pm
a arrivals from the United R. A, Sealy, Miss Daphne Ward; employee of Demerara Daly, Recetas 415 ek tow: waceray, State Opeiiing of Parliament, 8 45 p m
tates via Trinidad. Her husband Free Prize of a bottle falernum— Mutual Life Assurance, recently |'s\90 pm State, Opening Parliament’ Report Pron Britain, 900 ‘pm Phil-
was at the airport to meet her Mrs. L, Gittens; One KettleMrs, left the island for Trinidad where |5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, 5.45 v ‘ Bermonia eee 10 oo Re oe
a y are j i hese Things, » er iews, m rom e 01
nie Picy are 5 residence at Mare- L. A. Hall. he has been transferred to the foie, a in > on ada the Cummen 1015 pm Moray McLaren Talking,
0 ats, St. Lawrence, Carib understands that the Trinidad Branch for an indefinite wealth. 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up anti 10.30 p.m. The Wages of Virtue.

M®, MARTIN KEIFT, Execu-
ive Secretary of the Royal
Netherlands Steamship Co., vas
anvarrival at Seawell on Sunday

eeOeeeel be & TODAY ONLY, 4.45 & 8.30| TOMORROW & THURSDAY,
night by B.W.1.A., from Trinidad, °@vities of the island. dad and Mrs. Williams were “WABASH iiedaeiege 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.

Mr. Keift who is married to Elderly 1 t Fly arrivals by B.W.LA. on Sunday. Betty Gr “WHIRLPOOL”
aaashtesstneen Ince, adopted Alderly and Infant Fly wy. Witiams will aitegd ne: wen. Grable Richard Conte and
Galighter of the late Mr, Ww N, Together ing of the Central Sugar Cane Victor, Mercure Gene Turney
ok. ann oe Leacock, will MONG the passengers on Breeding Station after which he And Jose Ferrer
tan for SNinbieeiens, S.s, Oranje- B.O.A.C’S and B.W.I1.A,’§\and Mrs. Williams will remain And

©n hisyarrival at the airport He
was met by Mr. D. G, Leacock,
Presideg{t.of the Chamber of Com-
merce whose guest he was during
his. briéf Stay,

m2 For U.S.
RSE. A. COPPIN, wife of
MreC. A. Coppin, formerly

raffle of the Dolls of all Nations
will take place at Cosmopolitan
Pharmacy on Friday November, 7.
Proceeds will be given to various

service from London, arriving at)
Piarco on Thursday last week
were Mrs, A. Barnard, aged 84
years, and infant Brian, aged 3
months, who will be joining his
parents in St, Lucia,

Mrs. Barnard arrived in Barba-
dos on Saturday last. Brian had
been in the care of B,W.1.A. since







period,

M®*. C. HOLMAN WILLIAMS,

















Business and Pleasure G L oO B E

Director of Agriculture Trini-

“BRASHER DOUBLOON”
George Montgomery

Pit 12c., Circle 24c., House 36c
Balcony 60c., Box 72c.
Kids '% Price at Matinee

PLAZA

over for a ‘holiday. _ ANNE OF THE INDIES”

Jean Peters
Debra Paget
Louis Jourdan

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1952
| Look for this at the GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
Se Ae eee From the ADVOCATE STATIONERY.

Butcher's



“Hot flashes” of change of life stopped
or strikingly relieved
in 63-80%" of the cases

in doctors’ tests!

© Those suffocating “heat waves”
— alternating with ‘nervous,

Tripe

Romaine

For four persons, buy
about 2 Ibs. of dressed tripe.

|
By HELEN BURKE | clammy feelings — ‘and accom-
| Panied often by restless irri-
tability and nervousness — are
WHEN you see tripe, do well-known to women suffering
not think only of tripe and the functionally-caused distress
onions and the usual white of middie life “change”!
sauce, ere is a new way *
+6 serve. 1: | You want relief from such suf
|
|

fering. And—chances wen
Lydia

can get it.
Thanks to two famots
Pinkham !





Cut it into squares then wash medicines
and drain them, e

Meanwhile, melt 1-2oz. Medea lalhnr gl = Am gr core
butter or margarine in a OR and
large pan. Add a head of 80% > of the
celery, cut . pengiteh tested. Gomplate or striking relleft
pieces, two sliced large Amazing, ome Not to the
onions (Spanish, when pos- many thousands who
sible), and three nice fat FEgr Feae, cxperienoe wa these
leeks, washed well, cut into | can do!
inch lengths and washed Their _ _
again to get rid #08 grit, a
and fry them together to a °
golden. brown only, Add the ~Try oink ne
tripe, cover and cook for 10 bf me Telia freee thoes
wes is wlieacinll a | terrible “hot fhe” and weakness

OW add six chopped fair- common y

sized tomatoes, first peeled a = =
and with the seeds thumbed
out. If you have a little
white wine add it, together
with a pinch of grated nut-
meg and pepper and salt to
taste. Cover and cook very
gently for an hour,

Transfer to a large, shal- L 7H
low fireproof glass or earth- “ee, at
enware dish, sprinkle with *

grated Parmesan cheese and
brown under the grill. The
oven is, of course, better,
but why put it on when the
grill will do the job for you?
Do not leave the room or
answer the telephone be-
cause, on your return, you
may find that the top has

burned.
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Governme alys yas : ; ison- a HEA i RES
7overnment _Analyst, was 4 Jeaving London. Hostess Lorna] By M. Harrison Gray
passenger for the U.S.A., via Farmer returni { = . ; Dealer: South. AED 0 eee a eee om =~ —— =
Puerto Rico by Oe » returning from a_holi- oa :
uerto Rico by B.W.1LA. yeste rday. a: : : : : rete msie ee
: ‘day in Europe, has acted in loco| Game all. i ||| ““BkipGeTOWN |) BARBAREES ~ ), ~~ oisnin ROODAL THEATRES
US. Consul General pareere oe the journey, ; ae f 2 | {Dial 2910) | (Dial 5170) (Dial 8404)
uring his short stay in Tringi- § fe 3 : ’ TODAY & TOMORROW T ;
Mâ„¢.,.%.,P MADDOX, United aaa he was'a guestat np adie] | SBR Ea fff arose acme mpeg Toke fe Sang: || TEMsY gt sememeow EMPIRE | OLYMPIO | -ROxY BOxAL
States Consul General in Devaux B.W.1.A.’s Communic 5 g 41093 $ Hit | |] Lippert lroductions “FOR YOU 1 DIE” & 8.99 |'o-4ay & Tomorrow! Last two shows | To-day 4.30 & 8.30
the West Indies arriy a oe x, .W.1.A,'s ommunica- 5 @J8 i Present— Cathy DOWNS and To-day 4.45 8.30 | 4.30 & 8.15 to-day 445 & 8.15
Trinidad on Bowie night t 7 a tions Superintendent, ; w E : Randolph SCOTT mi “STEEL HELMET" SWEETHEART oF and continuing ol 4 Universal Fictures| Kirby Grant
on § ay oO make : . ‘ Bee : Jene EV _ s AC es |Republic Double . . re. : i
& general supervision o r . 1 eae 2 Q5 i | James EDWARDS lyse KNOX ies Geli tense “ rece 2
p f the area. Intransit § ©K105 Os3 5 Ht abe , ae i Elyse KNOX the burning sands in| Donald Barry
@ was met at Seawell Airport by oe 3 SKJ65 5@842 j Lueille Raymond || ‘OUTLAW COUNTRY “ginireday (oni) 448 blazing technicolor. | Lynn Roberts |*LESH AND FURY! GUN TOWN
Mr. Henry O. Ramsay, United LSO arriving in the colony § @aAK102 & So7s3 : | |] NORMAN MASSEY [18h ie st, Sorin || “CRIMSON cIkcLE” ‘Universal Pictures | in and
States Consul at Bridgetown and on Sunday by B.W.LA. from; i ae heres ||] Last 2 Shows today : em Noah Berry & Presents :— Starring: ‘eth OW
: ane Trinidad yar an SBS Ss. 8 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. Thurs. Soecial 1.20 p.m. /]“COURTNEYS OF CHICAGO KID Tony Curtis
Mrs, Ramsay whose guest he will Trinidad intransit to Dominica © AKJ8642 : | “ALWAY IN MY CURZON STREET” FLAME OF and | Jan’ Sterling |
be during his stay in this island, Was Mr. George Roddam, Engineey OAQE + | toma tain Aan Sedobe ; rane Michael WILDING GOBS AND GALS} Mona Freeman pick Pores
ants was the first visit for Mr. of Colonial Development Corpora- 3 i i ; WITH SUNSHINE" (Colac | aan Meinaviasi me Thursday (only) ARABY eis Histo The Deed id Kids
addox, . tion, i Dennis Virginia Band 8.30 p.m Starring: Robert Hutton | 2 reel Musical {000
: A take-out double of a } MORGAN MAYO || ‘RETURN OF THE “BRIGHTON ROCK" Maureen O’Hara Cathy Downs | Skitch Henderson | —Weq- and Thurs,
$ Strong Two-bid was made on : “STORM WARNING” — FRONTIERSMAN Claude — Attenborough Jeff Chandler and his Orc. 4.30 & 8.30
3 ‘his hand when the British § jane ce Doris |IGordon McRAE (Color) “JERICHO” Extra Thursday only Wed. & Thurs.
Rupert and the Butterflies 7 : Belgia p-ayed pacely an the 3 "Ginger ROGERS DAY Il thurs. Jonly) 446 and Paul Robeson 2 Reel Musical:— |, on aie 4.30 & 8.15 .|Iniversal Double. .
— igian international ¢ 4.30 p.m, SAT. Spectal 130 p.m. p Decortney & his Ore.|"¢Public Double — | Universal Double. ..{. 00
tournament of 1951. : Thurs. Special 1.30 p,m 2 new WESTERNS “KEY WITNESS” “ Heat Sie arte ree ONE TOUCH OF —
73 eos ‘s Our South player's Two ! MAN FROM TEXAS “LUCKY LARRIGAN’ John BEAL © on {weEeK-END wirn | F!4MING FURY |My GaL ea | india oe
YS re Spades was doubled by t ‘ex Ritter & Rex BELL & “OUTCAST OF BL. FATHER Starring: M 7
a n) West. North bid Three | “GUN LAW JUSTICE” || ‘HOODED HORSEMAN MESA” ss Roy Roberts and
2 Spades. East passed and } Jimmy WAKELY Tet RITTER Charles STARRETT Gere os «Oe phe: Ps | ele gabe eee Ot
South bid game West led } Vicki id q|DUKE OF CHICAGO HONEY Friday only
eK. GA. and O10. and } | [vtner all girls "| _with Tom Brown | Gpening Next Sat.| 4°30'& & 30
: euth ren off + his Spades ; : Orchestra are com-| Starting Friday: RY
PG aun co PANETTA DRESS SHOP || wus cam teat come | SS a te a
| ; ma eadgiaret s ape ro i a 3 ‘ | eee = and ian
matter which four red cards RENNIE: PAGET- NEWTON *etnis space e ,
| | Were‘retainea. OU" "64 cards § (Next Door to SINGER'S) ne eee |r ests stort! Stvacm«louxs Oe-cmoaco
: In Room 2 the British j i
i Creat, Boudled an opening 7
(oun ne Spade, and the defence ;
re i agginos the same final con. ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE |
3
Leaving Algy, Rupert starts on “I do believe it is the same one § th i :
at East was able to bid
the-shortest way home. As he is that the schoolmaster saw this 3 Clubs West led aK fol: ; AT COST PRICE AND UNDER COST. rig
‘ none a tence he sees to his morning. t wonder what I'd better lowed by $2, as East's play ;

astonishment ‘hat a gorgeous do about it!" Very gently he of @ 9 could only mean that DRESSES for all occasiens, Blouses, Skirts. Shorts, Jeans,

Dutrerfly ison a post, and although pushes _ his flowers towards the : he held 2Q. The return of ; Nylon Underwear and Stoccings, Handbags for Evening and

he is so near, it does nor fly away. butterfly, and to his delight the i vi xilled any chance of ap } afternoon, Pantie-Girdles, Baskets.

Poor sing, perhaps it has own lovely creature crawls on to a » enc-play. ‘
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4,

1952

Girl Guides Assoc.

Following is the Report of the
Girl Guides’ Association for the
year 19th October, 1941. — 31st
October, 1952 which was delivered
at Pax Hill on Saturday by the
Island Commissioner, Mrs. B.
Williams.

In February the news of the
death of H.M. the King was a
great shock and we joineq with
the Guides of the Commonwealth
and Empire in sending our heart-
felt sympathy to the Royal Fam-
ily. To our new Sovereign we
pledge our loyalty and one feels
that the Promise has a deeper
significance for us, for our Queen
is @ member of the great Move-
ment to which we belong. We
pray that God will bless her and
grant her a long, happy and
peaceful reign.

It was with regret that we heard
in September that His Excellency
the Governor had been appointed
the Governor of British Guiana.
We offer our sincere congratula-
tions to Sir Alfred and Lady Sav-
age and hope they will be very
happy in British Guiana. We are
very sorry to lose our President
for Lady Savage has always
shown such a very keen interest
in all our activities. We should
like to take this opportunity to
thank her once again for the sup-
port and encouragement she has
always given us and to say how
mach we shall miss her. We send
the Guides of British Guiana our
congratulations,

The Chief Guide’s Challenge

The Chief Guide’s Challenge 10
the Guides of the Colonies has
created a great interest and 24
Companies in the Island accepted
the Challenge to Achievement.
The Overseas Department at Im-
perial Headquarters has been re-
ceiving many parcels from all
parts of the Empire and those of
us who know that Office, are won-
dering, how for lack of space, they
are going to e these bulky
parcels, The results of the Chal-
lenge are anxiously awaited,

Numbers
The Movement steadily grows
and the return shows an increase
Two new Guide Companies, 4th
and 13th and 2 Brownie Packs
were registered during the year.

There are 3 Ranger Companies pj

and 1 Sea Ranger Crew, 34 Guide
Companies (with 4 more to be
registered shortly) and 14 Brownie
Packs. Last year we had 1,178
members and recruits and this
year the total is 1,234 (900 war-
ranted and 334 recruits), an in-
crease of 56 over 1951. Our num~
bers are as follows:—

Commissioners at
Secretaries 4 1 unwarranted
Guiders ~ 60 55 *s
Rangers 67 50 recruits,
Guides 581 177 ”
Brownies 177 51

900 4+ 334

We have stressed many times
that there are numbers of children
who wish to become Guides and
Brownies, but we cannot takdé
them in because we need more
Guiders. ‘Tf only there were more
volunteers, open Companies (not
attached to any school) could be
formed with Pax Hill as head-
quarters.

Warrants

The following Guiders obtained
warrants during the year:—
GUIDE neon re

Mang . Scott (1st Bar! os)
Miss G. K. J. Bowes (4th Bar-
bados).

GUIDE LIEUTENANTS

Mrs. R. Taylor (5th Barbados),
Miss A. E. M. Griffith (6th Bar
bados), Miss M. I, Bynoe (13th
Barbados), Miss I. O. Kirton (24th
Barbados), Miss C. W. Smith (30th
Barbados), Miss N, O. Davis (33rd
Barbados).

RANGER LIEUTENANT
Miss D. K. Mahon,

(S.R.S.
Wren).

The number of unwarranted
Guiders is much too high and it
fs hoped that these recruits will
make a special effort to obtain
their warrants as soon as possible,
Recruits are not included in our
numbers to Imperial Headquar-

ters.
Finance
The Association is grateful to
Government for the annual Grant
of $384.00. This year our sub-
scriptions have been paid by the



For the

whole Family!

term and
only 1
arrears.

have totalled $196.20,
Guide Company is in
The annual. Subscription
is 1/- a year for Guiders, Rangers

The Girl Guides Fair
By kind permission of the
Commanding Officer of the Bar-

. 7 bados Regiment the Annual
B. = — and 8 "3 Sastaat Fair was held at the Drill Hall on
lb a aad 7) Saturday, 10th May. Owing ~to

Fair are earmarked for Pax Hill

Court Mourning Lady Savage was
unable to attend and Lady Colly-
more very kindly opened the Fair.
We set ourselves a target of $3,840
£800), aud we just failed
to reach it. The results are how-
ever very satisfactory and the net
profits are $8,767.06, (£784. 16s.
0%). We give our grateful thanks
Guiders from the other Colonies to the Commanding Officer of the
to train with us. Barbados Regiment and Capt.

During the year there were @ Jordan, to Lady Collymore for so
camps and 1 Pack Holiday. One kindly opening the Fair, to the
Company, that had. always camp= Commissioner for Police for al-
ed in a house, camped under lowing ‘the Police Band to Play at
canvas at Pax Hill, The Guides the Fair, to Mrs. O’Mahoney and

were thrilled with this experi- 5
ence and it is hoped that other oo dene ne of SBe socal Aagta
companies will follow their exam= stay ang which ie ‘ d
ple. Ist Rangers worked very hard o¢ $276.48 e i ” Lu. a Seith
and raised a considerable sum of -48, to Mrs. D. Lucie-Smi
money to defray thé expenses of who sO capably arranged the ad-
their camp. With their Captain as VeTtisements, to all those who
Commandant they went to Trini- ave donations, books and other
dad and by king permission of gifts and to the public who sup-
the Association there, camped at ported us and helped to make the
Headquarters. Fair such an outstanding success.
Badges Empire Youth Sunday
One hundred and eighty ‘badge§ Two hundred Guides attended
were gained during the year and the Service which was held in
16 Rangers passed the Pre-Enrol- the grounds of Government House
ment Test. Catherine Scott and on Sunday, 25th May.
Catherine Mitchell of 5th Barba- ty
Pax Hill

dos became First Class Guides and
immediately after the Annual

and will be dealt with separately.
Camping

A Training Camp was held at
Pax Hill from 4th—7th January.
It is encouraging that a number
of new Guiders attended. As a
part of our Coronation celebra-
lions it is proposed to have another
Training Camp and to inyite

~

Jan Hudson a First Class Brownie.
We congratulate these girls on

BAR

Report

The Camp, um enormous under-
taking, carried through with the
efficiency for which I1.H.Q, is
noted, is another link in World
Friendship.
Busy Year

Ahead of us lies a very busy
year for the Corunation takes
place on Tuesday, 2nd June.
Many of us can remember
Coronation in 1937 and know that

even in our small Island the
local celebrations will entail a
great deal of preparation and

work, We do not know yet what
the Guides of the Empire will be
asked to do. 1.H.Q. have notified
us that there are several schemes
afoot which await the sanction
of Her Majesty the Queen. We
shall however be informed the
moment anything definite is
decided.

Let us ever remember that the
inspiration for the worthy life of
a Guide is best expressed in the
sacred words “
received, freely give.”
a Guide give to the cause?
thusiasm — a bored or indifferent
Guide is a very bad advertisement.
Be happy in your Guiding, a joy-
ous spirit is infectious, others will
share your joy. Give also self-
denying service, in your home and
in the company. Look for and
seize every opportunity of doing

something for somebody else.
cheerful and helpful girl has found

the true spirit of Guiding. In this

their achievement, I wonder when Meeting last year, although we spirit we shall best play our part

‘we shall have a Queen’s Guide? did not have the funds, it was

I know it is difficult for Guiders decided to build the wall alangtion Year.

of Elementary School Companies, the southern boundary. This
whose Guides leave school at 14 B00 feet of wall was finished
years of age, to do more than the before Christmas and cost $3,171.
2nd Class badge. There are how~ 08. With the balance of the money
ever other Guide Companies be- left, after painting the building
sides those in the Elementary thi j ;
5 and the proceeds of the Fair this
Schools and I should like to see year, we have had the Electric
an improvement in the number of ;
Proficiency Badges. ar poses oa pd = y the rior
Division 4, St. Michael, e. Balance in hand ta date is
S.J.AB. Psa aes
The members of Division 4, St. bi It pe be impossible to have a
Michael of the St. John Ambul- Dis Fair in 1953 owing to the
ance are Guides or members of Coronation plans, but we may
> Tretoll. Guild. Miss Sheila have © aan a atte meng =
im, visiona uperinten- carry out some of our plans. e
dent, undertook to catalogue the Must bear in mind that it is
books for the Library for the essential that our Headquarters
Public Wards of the General Hos- should be surrounded
pital. Division,4 takes its turn in and that the main building is
distributing te books to the built of wood and will need re-
patients, for the Brigade has un- pairs,
dertaken to be responsible for this Thanks
Our thanks are offered to the

work, The members of the Divis-
the ae "Auee deel te neon Commissioner of Police for his
Trefoil Guild assistance at all times and to the
The membership af the Guild British Council for the monthly
grows slowly, in spite of Mrs. _ ‘Sena ian. Williams, the
O'Mahoney, the Recorder's efforts. ee me
We howe tint ih tee many of Island Secretary and I left for
our old Guides, and there PA a England. I am very grateful to
good’ sina st Mn Lin Miss Marie Laborde, Commis-

Island, will eventually join the sioner for Rangers, who acted as

; Island Commissioner in my

Guild. The Association thanks the 7
members for coming to our aid absence and to Mrs. , Thomas
whenever they are asked and also Reece, (nee Bishop), istant
Island Commissioner, who as-

for undertaking the Plant Stall

at the Fair and which realised SÂ¥Uâ„¢ed the duties

Secretary.

of the Island

$67.32. “
From 22nd — 25th July I at-
Events of the Year tended the Chief Commissioners’
Four Commissioners and 16 €onference at Foxlease. It was

Guiders attended the Memorial wonderful to be in touch with
Service for H.M. the King at St. Gommissioners from all parts ot
Michael's Cathedral on 13th Feb- the Commonwealth and, Empire—
ruary. l ;

Hie ate that the $9, Pe able te discuss problems

It was ieh were common to us all and
visit of the Chief Scout, Lord 4, realise that one’s difficulties

Rowallan coincided with the

seemed trifling compared with
death of HM, the King. On Thurs-
day. 14th February, Lotd Rowal- rs are in other parts of

lan honoured the Guides by
attending a Rally of Town Com-
panies and Packs at Pax Hill.
50 Rangers, Guides, Brownies
and Recruits were present. After
inspecting the Parade the Chief
Scout gave the girls a most in-
spiring talk, During the Chief
Scout’s visit the Rangers attended
a Scout Camp Fire at Harrison
College and contributed to the
programme by singing a couple
of songs,

Scouts and Guides Own

The Thinking Day Service was
held at St. Michael’s Girls School
on Sunday, 24th February. 659
Rangers, Guides
vere present.

On 16th August we visited the
International Camp at Hall Barn,
Beaconsfield, Unfortunately we
did not see our Barbadian repre-
sentative, Catherine Scott, for
she had to leave a day or
two earlier to go to Scotland with
her parents. I wish I could ade-
quately describe the setting of the
Camp—lovely large green fields
bordered with magnificient
trees and 26 splendidly planned
camps, stretching into the
tance as far as one could see.
There were nearly 1,000 Guides
camping and I cannot venture to

sa how many thousands of
and Brownies | Guides visited the Camp that day.

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Rebel Supply Line

HANOI, Nov. 3

French airmen cut a vital re-
bel supply line 70 miles north-
west of Hanoi today in the pre-
lude to a possible major counter
offensive. Planes dumped tons of
flaming napalm on both sides of
the supply line of Vietminh Com-
munist rebels at Yen Bay on the
Red River.

In‘ addition to other damage,
planes sank a supply loaded fer-

by walls ry boat.

Fierce fighting raged between
regrouped French. forees and
rebels for five days. Today was
the first time the skies had
cleared sufficiently for aerial ac-
tion and French planes went up

in force,
—U.P.



French Deputy Dies

PARIS
Mr, Luis Pollin, 73, Independent
Republican Deputy from _ Paris
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delegate to the League of Nations
and was Minister in six Cabinets
between 1929 and 1940, These
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ADVOCATE

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November 4, 1952

TRADING POLICY

IN a very thought-provoxing article in
the New Cemmonwealth of September 29
Dr. Ida Greaves of Barbados examines
colonial trade and Britain’s balance of
payments in a way that offers hope of
greater understanding and improvement
of trade relationships, between the United
Kingdom and the Colonies.

Her main theme is that the imports of
Colonial territories constitute a “far larger
drain upon the Dollar Pool than appears
from the official figures of their purchases
for dollars.”

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onial territories are essentially oversea
parts of the English monetary ; system,
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trade statidtics of the United Kingdom
record, the dollar costs of goods partially
manufactured in the United Kingdom. Dr.
Greaves uses cotton and tobacco especially
to illustrate her argument. These are
amongst the largest purchases of the Unit-
ed Kingdom from the United States while
cotton textiles and tobacco products are
major imports into Colonial territories.

Her conclusions are that cuts on imports
into the United Kingdom which are in-
tended to remedy the deficit in the balance
of payments of that country can only have
a partial effeet if they are not applied in
the overseas territories at the same time.
She does not however recommend that
there should be any more controls than
“those that already cover the economy
with a brontosaural bureaucracy.” Since
Great Britain’s policy is to raise the liv-
ing standard of Colonial peoples and since
employment in the United Kingdom re-
sults from increased ‘exports from the
United Kingdom to Colonies, controls on
goods (involving daJlar ¢osts) from Great
Britain would hardly be tolerated by col-
onial legislatures or the Parliament at
Westminster,

Dr. Greaves’ article is not however in-
tended to provide a solution to trade prob-
lems but is_an invitation for more explor-
ation and~a better understanding of the
relation of the Colonial territories to the
balance of payment problem as a whole.

Such an invitation is necessary if only
to assuage the wide-spread resentment
felt in the Colonies against attempts from
Whitehall to regulate colonial trade by <
series of general edicts,

Leaders of commerce and some mem
bers of Caribbean legislatures have been
condemning Great Britain’s economic pol-
icy in these colo) €s onthe reasonable)

grounds that controls do not permit them
.to buy to the best advantage, There i
no doubt that on many occasions these
territories have suffered from a general
ised colonial economic policy and from the
limitations of officials who are responsibl
for implementing these policies. But to
little has been said about the benefits
which colonial territories receive becaus:
of Britain’s policy-of-not treating them a:
countries of England which are subject t«
much more rigorous controls on dollar ex
penditure, Because British manufacturer:
are anxious to increase exports to colo
nial territories and because Great Britain
is anxious to raise standards of living ir
colonial territories, the British Colonies. ir
the Caribbean would seem to receive
greater quantities of goods with dollar
costs in them than they could possibly re-
ceive if they had to pay for them with the
dollars they earned for their own exports

Much of the bitterness which is express-
ed against British economic policy in the
Caribbean would be removed if greater
emphasis were laid by the government de-
partments responsible for implementing
trade directions from Whitehall on the
additional dollar expenditure which is al
lowed indirectly to Caribbean importers
and charged against the dollar allocations
of the United Kingdom. Realisation of
what the colonies gain from a policy which
permits them. to obtain dollar goods in ad-
dition to those they import directly from
North America ought not to blind us to
the disadvantages which result from such:
a system. ot See goods, manufactured
from raw materials which have to be im-
ported from North America ought to cost
us more than’ gimilar goods imported
directly from North America.

If they do not, it is only because every
decrease in the plirchasing power of the
pound sterling is reflected in the lower
purchasing power of the British Caribbean
dollar.

In other words the gain which the Brit-
ish Caribbean colonies receive from the
additional “dollars” obtained in goods im-
ported from the United Kingdom is offset
by the inflationary effect unlimited im-
ports of such goods must have on their in-
ternal economies. Perhaps even less atten-
tion has been given to this very serious
consequence of present trade policies in
the Caribbean than to the points raised by
Dr. Greaves.

If more attention could be paid to the
fundamental factors affecting trade and
commerce and less to the fomenting of
anti-British, anti-American. or anti-mer-
chant sentiments there would be more
likelihood of finding a -trading policy
which would receive the -approbation of
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‘Should We Let Him Put His
Name-Plate Up Again ?

From Frau Schacht comes
the first report on “How my
husband climbed back.” .

Kodin



Doctor Hjalmar Horace Greely
Schacht, Banker No. 1 under the
Hitler regime, is back in business.

Only four years age he was T
| freed from jail with just 5s. and Ky Sidney
the manuscript of a book in his
pocket. clear,” ‘

Gone was his extensive Brand- A local. court, however, decided But in Germany people still
enburg estate with its .28-room that Schacht ought to have his 1ecall Schacht’s testimony at
mansion and its 20 families of bank. On Monday the Senat2 Nuremberg: “Many successes could
retainers. Gone was his position lodges its appeal against this be scored in leading people on by
as president of the German Reichs- decision. If necessary the fight will not telling the truth.”
bank. to the Supreme Court in Bonn, .

He only had his brains_zan . From Hamburg I travelled to And is his record quite so a
asset which Schacht himself has Munich. There I met Frau Schacht, ®S he, would like the wor 3
never undervalued. “Few people an attractive Hungarian-born »elieve? a has himself admitted
are clever enough to talk to me blonde, now in her early forties, 4t ‘he failed to realise early
on my own level,” he told a whom Dr. Schacht wed in 1941 as engugh Hitler's criminal nature.
doctor at Nuremberg. hi, second wite. She is the mother , There is no question of the fact

of his two daughters—Constanze that he joined other big industri-

To-day 75-year-old Dr. Schacht (10) and Cordula (9) alists in urging Hitler’s appoint-
is once more in demand. Round ° ‘ip, this spirited woman Schacht ™e€nt. Nor can there be any doubt
the world like a frock-coated flying 4. great man She is indignant that without Schacht’s brilliance
bank messenger he goes, puffing t the difficulti : laced in hi as a financier the whole economic
black Brazil cigars nearly as big 27,06 OMUCU les Paced In his way. basis of Hitler’s rearmament pro-
f ‘ nit’, He is fighting for me and the s P
as Mr. Churchill's though not so children,” she told -me gramme would have been threat-
strang. How has Dr. Schacht carried ened.

From one country to another he 44), fight? so Ly

einatal pane oe Lees His wife related his sufferings— Double-Faced

; ; how from 1944 he had been jailed Schacht has already testified
eon eneoded oh pee re ho for more than four years, first by that he finds it useful to be double-
Skorzeny, the Neal tough. who Hitler, then during the Nuremberg faced,
rescued Mussolini, fle was recent- [TM's (acquitted) and through the Perhaps that is why, when he
ly in Egypt, where General Naguib de-Nazification trials. eee - Pe nae nn xe

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ig oradlppaggl dig ete His pension as former Reicns- viayed Orie oonin
Mossadeg “cherising and cultur- — er eaaee according to Frau and when he was in Cairo only
ed’). On his return he offered his ~ — , meets the necessities of Po weeks agp he told 8 reporter;
in the oil dispute + eer He runs a £460 Volkswagen, economic ills in the word ‘to-day,
; which he drives himself at break- She no longer knows how to treat

had won or openly desert them
until they had lost.

To-day his wife says; “He has
always been against secret deals;
his policy and thought have always
been straight-forward, honest, and



His Pension

. neck speed from town to airport. others as human beings.”
Magic Name And Frau Schacht is resident at Many Germans, I ye lack
Soon he will be off to Syria, the best hotel in Munich, confidence in Dr. Schacht. ' Said

According to Dr. Schacht, two “He goes to trouble spots to see Dr. Harns, a spokesman for the
South American republics are also if he can cleanse them financially Senate in’ Hamburg: ‘He may
eager for his services, and to help Britain,” she said. “He have been acquitted of crimes
But the magic of Dr. Schacht's Was invited to Indonesia, Persia, against humanity, but to ordinary
name is a little less potent in his and Egypt. He did not offer. Only people his morality as a financier
jown country, In Hamburg, Schacht his expenses were paid. He accept- js stained,
has been trying to start up as a ed no fees.”
banker in foreign trade. Dr. Schacht, his wife added, was A ‘Talleyrand’
His reputation attracted 1,000,- still remarkably agile in mind ana : <
000 marks (£80,000) ‘In capital, body. He smokes four or five , “We think it’ unfortunate that
And a top floor suite of offices cigars a day, but does not drink, this man should go about the
dominating the city’s Lombard- He likes to sleep eight or nine World appearing as the representa-
{street already boasts a brass plate ours, but can go with little rest tive of Germany when, in fact,!
“Hjalmar Schacht and Co.” it at e stretch, That is a vo a not represent the Germans
. useful actomplishment for an in- °! to-day.
eS eaeens teenel ternational financier, “He is making use of antagon-
applied for a isms to draw attenti himself
banker’s licence three months agu,: . He i mat Sree ty te: Rmnesis.
however, the staff of ‘five, have gw % master, of- self-propagan-
been idle. For the Hamburg Senate But there are others besides the 1 iti ities i
implacably opposes the licence. Hamburg Senate who may quake biewtace itunes > oe
Two of the 12 senators went to tion the return of Dr. Schacht— Schacht is pa . ince ae
concentration camps because of the man whom the U.S. prosecu- self forward as the indians sla
the Nazis. Others exiled them- tors at Nuremberg called “the mediator—a sort of ioe, canes
selves’ to escape the same punish- facade of starched respectability” Talleyrand, i aoe
ment, In their eyes, Schacht’s for the Nazis the man who was t ‘
record makes him unfit to be a denounced as someone who did not

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Denounced

But there are many who can do
without his help,





banker. openly join the Nazis until they —LE.S
Barbados (especially the people

of the northern parishes) a gift

The Poor People’s House difficult to make ends meet, I of say one or two thousand pounds
Reoaive am willing to face | the small sterling. It was the geological
wpa addition to my tax bill — much survey by th >

To, The Editor, The Advocate re--willi as cepmietithess ie carton oe
cae re aanaaaen tet more willing than to pay an in- non#Britisher) which pointed out

a 2. aes nao en prartens | oe a pa honour and glory to Mr, Garrod (a Britisher) the
5 s o! ving under a Mayor (at vicinity at Haymans in which h
shack which you published $250 per month i Mi Tt is
laukar ot i sasueetaates pe ) and Corporation might let down his bucket. It is

(at I know not what cost hi i
condition, in last Saturday's imitation of Port-of-Spain te ia ee ae toe
Advocate. and 1 welcomed withappears to be round the corner. the way to let down many more
nuch appreciation the arnmounce- 4, One other point. To do this buckets in the Island. Without
ment that a benevolent ‘gentle- repair work, or at least some of the aid of Dr. Senn’s survey the
man had given you $20.00 to- the most urgent of it, from the genius of Mr. Garrod might have
wards its rebuilding. Also your Parochial Funds, means spread- been set at naught.
appeal for further contributions ing the cost over all the tax- With thanks for space,
under the heading “Funds for payers according to their posses-~ Yotrs sincerely,
the ‘Needy”, May I offer some sion of property and means. This, A, E. S. LEWIS.
information—.which may be pas 1 punt, is a very healthy and Bridgetown, lst November, 1952.
to many readers and a couple of reasonable method o ¥

pI f handling Help The Sick

suggestions? | e spoblem and if any well to
1, The situation is a very big do and philanthropic citizens « i
one, There are, it is pretty clear, able and willing to make further $y te Editor, The Advocate—
hundreds, even thousands, ,of contributions, I am sure they will th meine letter comes to ask
similar cases—rooms and little be cordially welcomed. behalf of the (ate ey
dwellings in’a deplorable condi- REV. F. GODSON. Th Ie iH erties oe ee
: “oye i : ¢ e following articles are badl.
seats qui e a e of giving Waterworks Engineer needed to brighten up the wards
shelter and decent homes to any- To, The Editor, The Ad and provide oceupation, during the
body—though thanks be! not $1R,—1 cohen Sy vorate. many hours in bed:—
quite as dilapidated as ‘the one Thursday lost spe issue of Small and latge vases for flowers
before us now. appear reports o¢ “an in which ‘Fresh flowers at any time
ques, outing Bodrd in a bates of the Tuesday ang wee e-Books snd magasilies
eas issued Rares years ag0 day before on the Governors or ames for playing in bed and
of a “Survey of Eight Tenantries Year Plan and the re-engagement
in and around Bridgetown” of the Waterworks Engi
stated that out of a total of 7,984 must thank you for th Pepack' son
structures 3,022 were unfit for were good enough to boson you ti
and 4,357 remarks I am Supposed to. io si Ti cee any, Bach apres.
others required more or less of made on these matte aes rte af Sty jeader who has any
t de o ese matters. It is a of these articles to spare would
repairs! And while that important great pity that bett { i
Board has done .and is doing tion cannot be found in the tee, eine the Ger hy
excellent work in providing new for the newspapers’ reporters, bat Gaede the Meet eine,
and greatly improved homes, its YOU are no doubt aware that I tively to this Department, Fresh
achievements. are: paly a small one. my best to help the flowers should in’ all cane go ‘di-
matter compared With the need. tion, rect to the Hospital.
sai ne is en Sip pm pote to the 5-Year _ gpaities the installation of
«the comm wi e ate, th» remarks your re- @ loud speaker would be ver
situation. People are willing to ae Fe gnc sci to me towards the Much appreciated by patients in
give, even generously, to help aoe with such, repairs, 1 ean person~ Governors itecar caine of, the f, donation. waleh, can be put to
ally testify of this, for whe; iat re ee hae een eee Ee. aes
some years ago I was Chairman o = pew Legislature in Decem- Will be used for installation and
of the O.A, Pensions Committee | pation Such questions as the the usual monthly charges,

during cpnvalescence (e.g,
Draughts, Dominoes, Check-
ers, Cards etc.)






; : Companies Tax sidi With t
in St. M , ec and ‘Subsidiza- many thanks Sir, for space
appealed for help. And I rovernor’s speech to show how BETTY L. ARNE,
relp. was radically his financial policy had Sociél Welfare Officer.

then able to get around and do changed betw : i

- : : ween then and now, 50cial Welfare Department,
something in the matter, and. by especially is this noticeable where _, The Garrison,

ne wk aitts camrunted to to amount of the General October 30, 1952,

itu antes pes in the Revenue Balance is concerned ¢ f
parooste - ee readily sup- and in December 1951 he de- Natioaal Authiom

my efforts—I was able to liberately separated this fro
effect most welcome repairs. in Revenue Equalization Fund. the To the Editor, The Advocate—
60 to 70 cases—if I’ remember With referenc> to the re-engage- , SIR,—With’ reference to the
aright. ment of the Waterworks Engineer, failure of logal theatre audiences
Similarly Churchwardens in St, YOUr reporter might have included t® Pay the conventional respect
Michael issued appeals, collected that I paid Mr. Garrod the de- t® the British National Anthem,
may and Si food works 1 Feed complent of Saving dat {held ike Yo comment a
nk the late T. B. Pierce. was. ard from all sides that *0) OWS.
the first of these officials to take "© W4S One of the best if not the tn Berea entres: I have been, to
that step. very best Engineer we could have i" Barbados I have noticed that
8. But 1 submitthat some. got for the job and his relations the sound producing mechanism
thing much more than. that ha ‘with all sections of his staf? was jj ,cperated so that music seems
hazard and 1. @etion .. Most cordial. and)T added that 1 blaring and discordant, and
necessary, Our Qchial authori. Wished TI could say Ivhad heard the @i@logue often impossible to fél-
ties have this and Same of other Heads of Govern- peneeee i
during » the: last. or’ four ment departments, 1 said also metimes I have failed to
Taste them 7 ys that we were all members of the Te¢oBtise the National Anthem
3 om.

Asmat fn 7 —~ 5; monwealth and Empire and @S it comes from the apparatus,
its maa r ee R Ne neue in this spirit Barbadians have but have concluded it was being
hela tote ar the. amount for 72¢ great sacrifices, including played| because the show was
the current year is 3,000 doll pe euerenie one, and are’ stili ©Vidently over,

te be expend 4 ¥ {making them, and I wondered

warden and Teaewaer’ eating Reamer nh ns knowledge in don noe arae ena el ae
the lz ‘a oods of water f s i

ve latter’ part» of the finanelal’ yw Garrod should wish for dry Tree that weet ae
j; year, as taxes are paid and the ¥ them to recognise the tune, or to

money is available. our Treasury in return, I refuse know to-co venti that requires
: te é ta believe that he is such a 2 7 comvention

: But that Amount: is altogether embers of the House pao loyal British Subjeets to stand

inadequate and it ts only about +, re up and be still while it is being

half. of one per gent of the Parish id that at the meeting of Tues- played. If nol then surely some-
ld

Income, which has reached the To see age thing shou e done about it.
he o 5-Ye an alone We i i
000" big sum of around $650,- would -he discussed, sol wae theatres, to a spa ord te
per annum, Can 1 venture to taken! off balance somewhat Tes to flash a notice on the

say a é eas in sereen bi re

a} at” a ‘ae ee i 7 dealine with the numerous other that the Robins wi be’ ployed

to ‘the puspeast or even ane and tag hip ha un inexpectedly be- and the audience are requested
wet . ore the Plan. It was , inten- . 4 > : oa” Se

a half per cent? I believe I may tian when the jolddnakeant po eee attention. till it. is

say so, T believe the Taxpayers, My, Garrod came un for consider- ‘

with few if any exceptions atien to =nggest



point? Personally,. although the ¢i¢ any) or relatives of the late
C.O.L. high prices make it very hve a

th . that the Gov- Can anyone suggest a_ better
would Approve Will any Of arnmewt should endeavour to find method of doing something that
them express their mind on the ot the whereabouts of the family obviously ought to be done?

Yours truly,

Dr. Senn and s2nd them on be- R. E. SMYTHIES.

“COMMONWEALTH
INSTITUTE"

Drastic Changes Proposed To Victoria

Memorial
LONDON,

An urgently needed new lease of life for
the Imperial Institute in London is strikingly
suggested in a report published last month.
It is the report of a Committee of Enquiry,
set up by the Ministry of Education, which
for two years has been investigating the pos-
sibilities of making the Institute a live cen-
tre of Commonwealth activity.

Commonwealth visitors and UK. residents
alike—those who have known of the Insti-
tute’s existence in South Kensington—have
condemned the completely out-of-date func-
tioning of the Institute. Young students from
the Dominions and Colonies, in particular,
have been severely critical of its “lifeless”
character.

Now, if the Committee’s recommendations
are carried out, the Institute will stand a real

chance of carrying out its purpose, which}}}
should be as the report puts it, to attract]}

“the interest of the ordinary citizen in the
Commonwealth and its affairs.”

A memorial to the Jubilee of Queen Vic-
toria, on a site provided by the Commission-
ers of the International Exhibition of 1851,
the Imperial Institute was founded by Royal
Charter in 1888. The great building has been
put to various uses since originally developed
as a centre for “information and investiga-
tion concerning trade, industry and emigra-
tion, and to illustrate and promote the de-
velopment of these and kindred activities in
the overseas Empire and also in the United
Kingdom.”

Costing £50,000 a year to run today, that

figure will be considerably increased if the}}

new facilities proposed by the Committee of

Enquiry are introduced. The idea is to make}}

the Institute a worth-while Commonwealth
forum, furthering mutual understanding
amongst the members of Commonwealth
countries.

CHANGE IN NAME

To begin with, it is suggested, the name of
the Institute be changed to “Commonwealth
Institute.” Facilities are proposed for creat-
ing a centre of artistic activities, such as
music, drama and dancing, facilities for ex-
hibitions of painting and sculpture by Com-
monwealth artists; development and expan-
sion of cinema activities. A variety of social
amenities is strongly urged. These would in-
clude a restaurant (providing°Commonwealth
dishes), a reference library and a reading
room.

For students and regular users of the In-
stitute it is recommended that a\Social Cluk
be introduced.

Sir Harry Lindsay, 71-year-old Director of
the Imperial Institute, is retiring at the enc
of this year, and a new Director will be ap-

pointed by the Minister of Education (Miss |;

Forence Horsbrugh). A great deal will de-
pend on this appointment. The Committee o/
Enquiry propose it should be someone with
first-hand knowledge of the Commonwealth
and one who will have opportunity to travel
in the Commonwealth. And there is no reas-
on, the report says, why the search for the
new Director should be confined to the Unitec
Kingdom.

There is no expectation of Commonwealth
Governments increasing contributions to the
cost of the Institute until such time as the
new scheme has proved its worth. The U.K
Government is urged to accept the initial
financial responsibility but other Govern-
ments, it is suggested, should undertake tc
maintain, “at the best possible level” their
own regional exhibitions at the Institute.

NEW MANAGEMENT

The Institute would come “under entirely
new management,” with a Council substi-
tuted for the Board of Governors, and an
Executive Board instead of a Management
Committee, The suggested Council woulc
include the Commonwealth High Commis:
sioners, and five persons with recent first-
hand knowledge of the Colonies; representa
tives of the British Council, the B.B.C., the
Arts Council, the Royal Empire Society, rep.
resentatives of educational bodies, and others

On the financial side, consideration is given
to the important question of improving the
‘appearance of the Institute and making its
place people will want to visit.

It is recommended that reconditioning oi
the building should be completed withir
three years. Evacuation by the University o!
London of the eastern wing of the building is
contemplated, along with removal of the
Colonial Office Laboratories.

In pressing for these far-reaching changes
the Committee makes clear that it does not

disparage the work of the authorities at pres- |{

ent responsible for the administration of the

Institute. It congratulates them on what has |}

been achieved in conditions which have never

been easy and at times “both difficult and] ,

delicate.”
Commenting on the proposals, the London

Evening Standard writes: “It may be doubted |

that the committee’s proposals are in them-
selves adequate.

“But the conception that there should be

in the Empire’s capital some lively visible
demonstration of the spirit of the Empire

. is a project which should engage the}
minds of statesman and private citizens
alike."—L.E.S. |





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. BARBADOS

ADVOCATE





Chief Justice Opens November Assizes

Three Sentenced To 25 Fine For Reeord Number Of Activity Slows
Students At I.C.T.A.

PROFESSOR C. Y. SHEPHARD, Acting Principal of

. Terms Of Imprisonmen:

HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-
more, sentenced three of nine offenders who pleaded
guilty to various offences, as the November sitting of the
Court of Grand Sessions began yesterday, and postponed
sentence on the other six until later in the Sessions.
Twenty-one pleas were taken and the other accused pleaded
not guilty.

These were 21 of 47 cases which came for trial this
Session.

During the evening sitting of
the Court, 28-year-old Denzil
Thorpe who had earlier pleaded
not guilty to the larceny of a
cow the property of Eli Harris
of Fairview, St. George, was found
guilty of committing the offence
and was sentenced to 18 months
imprisonment, ‘

Cow Stealer
Must Serve
One of the other three sentenced 18 Months

was 32-year-old Una Bromeley, a " ; pe .
domestic servant of Tudor Street, Teen yp yeeros ae
City. She was sentenced to two Hill was yesterday sentenced to 18
years imprisonment after she months ‘imprisonment by His
pleaded guilty to wounding 28- Lordship’ the Chief Justice Sir
year-old James Slocombe with a Allan Collymore after an Assize
knife with intent to maim or dis- jury found him guilty of stealing
figure him on September 27. a cow valued $70, the property of

: 70-year-old Eli Harris of Fairvi
Slocombe said that he used to St. George on September 12. this

lend Bromeley money, but after. year,
hearing that she had a bad reputa- Harris said he had bought the
tion, he stopped. On September cow six days before i: was stolen,
27, while they were standing at He kept it in an open pen on Fair
the corner of Suttle Street, they View Plantation where both the
had a row and the accused stabbed accused and he worked, The night
him with a knife, He was detained before it was stolen, he went to
at the hospital for three weeks —e and left it in the pen and
and still suffered from the effects See about 5 a.m., it
of the wound :

; . Lacy Jordan of Drax Hall, St.

His Lordship said that the use George, said that about 7.45 a.m.,
of knives was becoming very pre- Thorpe passed near his home with
valent ana Bromeley could have the cow and offered to sell it to
killed Slocombe. In sentencing him for $50. He did not buy it,
her, however, he would take into Thorpe went on towards Mt. Wil-
consideration the fact that she ton Plantation.
pleaded guilty. Aubrey Wood, watchman of Mt.
Wilton Plantation said that Thorpe
also offered to sell him the cow
for $50, He told Thorpe he would
give him $45, but they did not
come to terms. Later the police
were summoned and Thorpe ar-
rested,

Addressing: the jury from the
dock, Thorpe first said that he was
passing along Fair View on his
way to work about 5 a.m, when he
saw the cow, The cow seemed
familiar and he carried it along
with him.

He later said that Wood the
watchman offered to sell him the
cow.

Before sentencing’ him, His
Lordship said that there were
other cases pending against him,
though not in that court. He would
however, not take that into ac-

Sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment was passed on Alice
Small, a domestic servant of
Tudor Street, City, after “she
pleaded guilty of assaulting P.C.
Clairmonte Foster while in the
execution of his duty.

Foster said that Small was using
indecent language on Tudor
Street on June 30 and when he
attempted to arrest her, she bit
him on his finger.

She had also been charged with
wounding with intent, but she
pleaded not guilty to this count.

Sentence Postvoned

Sentence was postponed on 18-
year-old Godfrey Simmonds who
pleaded guilty of breaking into

te ; ; count. If he had pleaded guilty
the building of Cyril Springer and pe would have taken a more
stealing a bag of stock feed on jenient view of the matter, but

June 25. having stolen the cow, he had
tried to put the blame on the
watchman. Cow stealing was a
very serious offence.

He sentenced him to 18 months

imprisonment, ‘

Farewell Salute
For Governor

MISS BIM, the. Auster light
aeroplane of the B.L.A.C. will fly
over the harbour this evening

Sentence on Eustace Springer
was postponed until later in the
sessions when he pleaded guilty
to eaking and entering the
dwelling house of Bernard Con-
cuit on October 6, and stealing a
Colt automatic pistol value $14.40
and $360 in money,



Sentence on Steadman Adams
was also postponed after he plead-
ed guilty to breaking and enter-
ing the store of Y. DeLima at

Christ ‘Church and stealing a ;
i ; 30 and give an aerial salute
Geary of jewellery on August - - srs. Oranjestad eighs

‘anchor and sails out of Carlisle

Chesterfield Alleyne pleaded
guilty to stealing a quantity of
lead on June 23, the property of
the Dean and Rector of St.
Michael. The lead was fixed on
the Church House, After remark~-
ing that lead stealing was very
prevalent, His Lordship postponed
sentence,

y board will be His Excellency
the Governor and Lady Savage
on their way to England prior to
taking up duties as Governor of
uiana.
peg Controls of MISS BIM
will be Squadron Leader David
Henderson, Controller of Civil
Aviation ei oak Pie:
is Lardship y0stponed With him will be Mr. D. &.

sidieetinn Coral nba r who and Mr. Toppin, samptee of the
pleaded guilty to the larceny of Light /.eroplane Club.

$100, th D rt, f hi -
Yianeea” Puciie Bakueies vee me F. rench Forces
Cross River

also

September 22.

Seymour Clerke, a een,
pleaded guilty to breaking an
entering the shop of Dunstan HANOI, INDO CHINA, rs

Jones, his brother, on October 4, Units of ory Aarne walled
and stealing a valise, a crocus baz crossed the ok e and entered
and $280 in money, the property north-west of her

of his brother. His Lordship the asennad, war-ruined town
! ‘ > ; of Phu Tho.

postponed sentence, The French troops met only

Jones said that it was an awful light resistance from an _esti-

thing for Lim to have to prosecute mated Battalion of Communist—
his brother, Since he had been led Vietminh in pushing offensive
charged, Clarke’s father was will- reconnaisance after the earlier
ing to make satisfaction and he crossing of the Black River into
hoped the Court would deal a corridor of territory long held
leniently with him. by Vietminh.



* OPS

Exceeding
Speed Limit

Their }Henours .Mr. H. A..
Vaughan and Mr. A, J. H. Han-
schell T'the Assistant Court of
Appeal yesterday fined 34-year-
old Reubin Brewster of Britton’s
Hill, St. Michael, 25s to be paid
in seven days or one month’s
imprisonment with hard labour
for driving the motor car M, 131
on Bay Street at. over 32 miles
per hour on August 7 this year.

Their Honours reversed the
decision of His Worship Mr G.
B. Griffith, Acting Police Mag-
istrate of District “A” who dis-
missed the case against Brew-
ster. Sgt. W. Forde who prose-
cuted for the Police appealed.

The speed limit on Bay St.
for cars is 20 miles per hour.

Yesterday Police Congtable
Everton Conliffe told the court
that on August 7 about 5.45 p.m.
he was testing the speeds of ve-
hicles on Bay Street when he
noticed the car M.131 approach-

him afid it apfeared to be
sp ‘ng. Cpl. Watson and an-
othe policeman were with him.
A clock was made of the car's
speed and this showed that it
was driven at over 32 miles per
hour,

He noticed that the
was the driver

STOLE HATS

Sentence of six months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour was
yesterday passed on Charles E.
Hinds, a labourer of Licorish
Village, St. Michael. who was
found guilty by His Worship Mr.
E. A. McLeod, Police Magistrate
of District “A” of stealing six
ladies felt hats from the store
of Mr,.W. A. Griffith,- at Swan
Street sometime between. April
10 and “April 12 this ‘year.

The hats” were valued *at> £3
15s. Hinds. whe. had five previous
convictions appealed against Mr.
McLeod’s decision.

Hinds was seen by Cpl. Byer
with a grip at the corner of Spry
Street and when asked by Cpl.
Byer what he had in the grip he
ran away, In his run Hinds threw
the grip in a store at Roebuck
Street. Cpl. Byer who chased the
defendant opened the grip and
noticed that it contained ladies
hats which were later identified
to be the property of Mr. W. A.
Griffith.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION

His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith
yesterday fined Darnley Simpson
a labourer of Lower Collymore
Rock, St. Michael, 15/- for the
unlawful . possession of potatoes.

Simpson was seen by Police
Constable Wilkinson with the
potatoes. The fine is to be paid
in 14 days or 21 days’ imprison-
ment.

St. Andrew Roads

@ From page 1
nelled out by the water. One
section of the bridge is down and
carried away by the water. As a
result, residents must cross the
river to get from. Haggatts to the
Lakes District, or do a half mile
or so detour around Belleplaing
to get from one district to the
other. .
Unfit for Habitation

The vast watercourse continues
aback cf the Rocklyn Garage, and
what used to be arable land is now
an expanse of waste, un*t for any
kind of habitation. After the
heavy rains of 1949 and 1951, a
bulldozer was used to level off
some of the slopes which had
begun to slip away and grass was
planted to bind the soil.

These steps, however, were not
enough to prevent further erosion,
and most of the sand which had

defendant
of the car,





been put to support the road, and’

the grass, have again been washed
away.

In. Dark Hole, the road which
connects up Seniors and Parks,
has also been damaged. Within a

few yards of a_ section under
repair, another section broke
away and was carried into th®
river.

Work had to be abandoned
temporarily, and it is suggested

that a new road should be rat,
moving slightly out of line with
that damaged _ section which
frequently slips with heavy rains.

POLOEDL-DOSO9OGOF1GOOOO GE 94H 990

| @B

EN

the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture, told the pass
Advecate yesterday that they have a record number of there

Down On
Waterfront

Vehicles had free access in
ing the wharf yesterday as
was Bo great activity,

students this year at the College on account of the larger Workmen along the waterfront
number of Colonial Office Probationers, but the number

of first year diploma students is the smallest for

vears,

Sir Alfred And
Lady Savage
Say Goodbye

@ From page 1

bours in the Caribbean generally
have not been so fortunate. ,

“But there are (difficult
ahead for with an
economy there are bound to be
“bad years” and although this
Government is planning ahead tc
sustain and extend the services to
the public, it will need the support
of the people of this island te
carry out the development which
each one of us wish to see

“I do not propose to speak at
length on our work here. We
certainly are not the best judges of
that, but I must express my re-
qret that it has not been possible
to make any progress in the estab-
lishment of a Port Committee of
which I spoke many months ago.
Ido make a final appeal to repre-
sentatives of employers and em-
ployees to come closer together on
the kommon grouryi of mutual
and community interest. As I
have said so often—but not too
often—-good human relations are
the most important factors in life
and with patience and goodwill,
their development will solve many
of our’ present difficultieés—as be-
tween families, as between com-
munities and as between nations.

“T trast that the Domestic Sugar
Agreement will be developed dur-
ing the next twelve months into a
Barbados Sugar Board with repre-
sentatives of producers (both
estate and peasant proprietors),
of employees and of Government
Co-operation is the keynote of
success in industry,



days
agricultural]

Government Employees

“A brief final word to those of
you who are employed by Govern-
ment. I think it was appropriate
that my final official conference
on Saturday was with representa-
tives of the Council of the Civil
Service Association. I am grate-
ful to the public service for the
support given me as Head of the
Civil Service. I have played a
small part in the strengthening of
the structure of the service and I
shall watch with deep interest its
development with traditions of ser-
vice to the public whose servants
we all are,

“IT will now ask my wife to say
a few words.”

Lady Savage said:

“Tomorrow will be a sad day
for my husband aid me for we
do not like ‘“partings and good-
byes.” But we shall remember
with affection so many of you
whom we have met; our lovely
home here in Government House
—which has been shared by our
children, although for so short a
time—and the many signs of
friendship and goodwill of all
sections of the community to us.

“We have made many friends
here and we intend to see them
again before very long, To
those of you who are sick we
send our best wishes for your re-
covery, with a special word of
greeting to those we know at the
Lazaretto.

“We wish each one of you good



health and happiness in the
future. 4
“May God bless. you all. Good-
night and Good-bye.
DECREE NISI
In the Court of Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes last Friday
Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery

pronounced decree nisi in the suit
of A. I, Inniss, petitioner, O. Inniss,

respondent, and S, Squires Co-
respondent.

Mr. E. K. Walcdtt, Q.C. in-
structed by Mr. .E. D. Rogers

appeared for the petitioner. Mr
‘C, Husbands appeared for the
respondent, A cross petition
brought by the respondent was

dismissed.




many

Professor Shephard arrived here

—on Sunday night by B.W.1LA. from

Trinidad to attend the meeting of
the Advisory Committee of the
Central Sugar Cene Breed ng
Station. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel,

Several of the members of the
staff of. 1.C.T.A. were absent in
Colombia researching for Cocoa
to be used in the cocoa breeding
scheme at the College, he said and
added that the expedition was
expected to occupy a year, but the
personnel would be changed at in-
tervals. The Colombia Govern-
ment wes co-operating in the
scheme and: would share in the

results,
With regard to the sugar re-
search scheme he said that a

meeting was recently held at the
College with representatives of
B.W.LS.A. at wh'ch it was decided
that the industries’ contributions
weuld be continued during the
next three and a half years, but
a further extension of the scheme
would be to some extent depen-
dent on the fate of the Colonial
Development and Welfare scheme

which also contributed to the
finances of the sugar research
scheme.

He said that Mr. Edward Cum-
berbatch, a Barbadian who ob-
tained his diploma at the College,
had returned to take the post
graduate associateship course. He
also mentioned that Mr, Errol
Gale. a former student of the Col-
lege visited the institution recently

to study progress in cocoa re-
seerch.
Asked about Mr. H, J. Page,

formerly Principal of the I.C.T.A.,
Professor Shephard said that he
recently left Trinidad for England
on his way to Rome where he will
take up his new post with F.A.O.
Mr, Page was accompanied by his
wife,

GOVERNOR OPENS
COUNCIL

@ From page 1.
federation’ five federal d¢part-
ments have been abolished in the
past eighteen months, agricuiture,
education, engineering, medical
and veterinary. A large number
of items of expenditure have been
transterred from the federad to
the presidential budgets where
they more properly belong and
every new piece of legislation is’
examined to see whether it can be
introduced on a presidential
rather than a federal basis. This
action has had no ill effects be-
cause the larger presidencies of
Antigua and St, Kitts provide
specialist advice to the smaller
presidencies. I hope Montserrat
and the Virgin Islands do not feel
the abolition of these federal posts
have hindered their progress.

“Secondly in reference to the
composition of the federal Exécu-
tive Council in November last,
attention was drawn to the inade-
quacy of a number of representa-
tive members on the new Execu-
tive Council. The Secretary of
State has since agreed that the
number of representative mem-
bers on the Executive Council be
increased from three to six.

“Thirdly the reference of the,
Hammond report on the civil ser-
vice and professional associations
have complied extremely well
with requests for comments and I



had a day of rest because most
of the careenage was empty and
few vessels Were carrying on with
their overweek discharge of cargo
Few push carts and lorries. were
veen around this spot awaiting
they respective consignments of
the cargo from’ the Emilie,

_The bady Joy was also getting
rid of its overweek cargo of
Copra and cocoanut plants which
it brought from St, Lucia.

In the inner’ basin the Lucille
M. Smith after discharging its
cargo of charcoal started. to un-
dergo minor repairs by its crew.

The M.V. Stemtor left port on |
Saturday. after discharging 1
cargo of potatoes, onions and
Pearl Barley which it brought
from Amsterdam.

This vessel is under the com-
mand of Captain J. D.. Holn and
the local agents here are Messrs
S. P. Musson, Son & Co, Ltd.
CARGO FOR TRINIDAD

Canadian Constructor
after discharging general cargo
Stationery, leather shoes and
medicines loaded cargo from
Barbados for Trinidad,

The Constructor made its last
caribbean cruise out of Montreal
and is expected to call here on '
or about the 11th November be-
fore returning to Montreal. }

Local agents here are Gardiner





Austin and Co. Ltd. |
“VALIANT” ON DOCK. |

After repairs to the Lawinch |
G.C.M. was completed, another |
launch took its place yesterday
to undergo its annual general

repairs, this time it’s the Valiant, |
Lately most launches were wn- |
dergoing repairs, but there ar? |
still a few to go on dock, |

Heavy Rainfall —
In St. Thomas |

St. Thomas experienced fairly
heavy rainfall on Sunday, and
peasant proprietors are look’n4
forward to a moderately goou
yield of ground provisions to-
wards late December and thy
early part of next year, Ligh. |
intermittent showers also tel:
throughout the parish yesterday.

The canes in this parish are
among the best seen in the island
and the yams and eddoes aru
thriving well. A resident said tha,
while the rainfall has not been a
vood as in the last two years, |
fell more frequently than in mos
of tne other parishes.

CHURCH REPAIRS :



In St. Thomas, repairs are being
carried out to the Holy Innocent
Church, and the Parochial Treas~ |
urer’s office at Bennetts is being
cleaned up witha view of bring-
ing it into line with the dwell- |
ing house at Bennetts Plantation

At Airy Cot in the same parisi:, |
the St, ‘Thomas Highway Com |
missioners are carrying Out gen-
eral repairs to the road,
EXAMINING PATIENTS.

When an “Advocate” reporte
visited St. John’s Almshouse ye:-
terday, Dr. E, B. Carter, P.M.O
for St. John, was examining out

patients. Dr. Carter visits the |
infirmary on Mondays and Thurs
days.

The Almshouse has 71 inmate
29 males, 32 females, 6 boys anc
4 girls,

The Matron told the “Advocate
“There is an isolation ward, bu: |
at present we have no isolated |

think it fair to say that while they | cases.”

agree with many recommenda-
tions in the report, there is a
general disappointment over the

question of salaries, This Council
and the Presidential—Council must
now consider the report in the
light of comments received and
determine the soonest extent of
the impiementation and whether
modifications are needed regarding
salaries,

Not The Boxer

The Sam King who was
fined for gambling on Thurs-
day last was not Som King
the boxer of Tudor Bridge.







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Rolton Lane °

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by Nan Kendall, at Barbados seum, TO oT

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IN CHANCERY







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| PUBLIC SALES |

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CHANCERY SALE

Police



REAL ESTATE said one person was The untlermentioned properties will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
killed and one injured when & Public Bufldingr, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the respective sums

i terrorist bomb " and on the date specified below If not then sol@& they will be set up on each

| Newly built stenewall bungalow with s 20m exploded in a suéceeding Friday at the same place and during the same hours until sold. Ful:

6.788 square feet of land at Pine Hill, St.| Street here last night. particulars on application to me

Michael. The house contains three bed U.P. PLAINTIFF ENA MAY GALE

rooms, living rooms and conveniences ee

The above property will be set up for
sale by public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Priday

28th November, | :
at 2 p.m, For inspection dial 2650. | NOTICE
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

I. Luciani, J. Lee, L. Mitchell, R. Hart.
EPARTURES By B.W.LA.

For St. Lucia:





In Carlisle Bay



and
DEFENDANT: oa ALSOP GALE (by original action)





1962 Schooners:—Laucille M. Smith, D’Ortac NOVEMBER 1 HAMPDEN ARCHIBALD CUKE (Pers. Rep. of Cura Aiece Dele,
Emeline. Amberjack Mac H Hargreaves, G Milne Marshall,
Salictios } Motor Vessels—T. B. Radar, Jenkins M. Milné Marshall, J. Milne Marshall,| PROPERTIES: FERST ALL THAT certain messuage or Gwelling house called
“eu Se. én. | Roberts, Lady Joy F. Cney, C. Feeney, A. Barnard, G PARADE VIEW" with the land whereon the same stands and
—— ~ | soe Gevtten Patt Caen etnies ‘Wwlaed Matting cy eteataoement of
: perenne | 4 — “ ‘ “4 ; o s urch in this Island containing by admeasurement six
s RBADOS Schooner Amberjack Mac fron For Venesuala:
pSTRAIPOM Dalkeith Road, in three, THE BA REGIMENT = [yjartinique under command of D. Patrick C. Winterbotham, C. Winterbotham, thousand five hundred and two and one quarter square feet or
ats near the Savannah. Apply 94 consigned to B.W.1. Schooner Owners. J. Winterbotham, C. Chacin, J. Cavyal- thereabouts butting and bounding on a place called or known as
> nS E. T. Boyce on the} THE GUARD OF HONOUR DEPARTURES conti. 1%. Lemmas. _ Sea View Hotel on lands formerly of Mary Ann Cooper but now or
pre s. :

2,11.52~-8n. | for the departure of His Excellency

St
SHARES — 383 shares in The Barbados| e Governor will fall. in at the

ss Constructor for

Vincent

Canadian
SS. Alcoa Puritan for Trinidad

late of Frank Craig and on the publie road or however else the

i. same may butt and bound together with the ae -
buildings on

G. Wilkinson,





L. Grell, C. Maillard,

ah iound | Re > s " 1 Se , y Y . houses and buildings and all other erections

Shipping & Trading Co., Ltd. App | Baggage Warehouse (Pierhead) at a ee. A mon Pp a or . ao ee said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their

Cottle, Catford & Co. No. 17, High/ 170@ hours on Tuesday, 4th Novem- | Nacleen for Dominica, and M.V. Athel- Steel, M. Clarke, W. Todd. U. Tsol a Sue, appurtenances.

treet, Bridgetown , ber, 1952. brook for Trinidad B. Hingking, C. Smith, 8. Hochoy, D. | UPSET PRICE: £3,500. 0. 0

iene anaes Volunteers taking part will re- Marshall, A. Xavier, N. Meyers, N. SECONDLY ALL THAT certain messuage dwellinghouse or store

SALE NOTICE ‘port at the Baggage reh t Meyers, M. Meyers, J. Meyers, N. situated in High Street in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

The undersigned will offer for sale by 7 eer a Seawell Meyers, C. Richmond, V. Lewis, N and numbered 15 in the said street together with the land whereon
nits commietiinen ab tiet ollite, No. Tf 1645 hours on Tuesday, 4th Novem- Lawn the same stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement

High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday the | ber, 1952. ARRIVAL By B.W.LA NOVEMBER 2 one thousand one hundred ad sixteen square feet or thereabouts

2th day of November 1952 at 2 p " From Trinidad: G. Seel, C. Leeuna, }. Lecuna, G butting and bounding on the premises known as Numbers 156 Roe-

lek going eohcern: EDGEWATER H. ®. DANTEL, NOVEMBER 1 Lewis, S. Lawrence buck Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Number

HOTEL, Bathshebs. St. Joseph. standing J s. fer Antigua: 16 High Street and on High Street id or however else

on 7 acres, 1 rood, 12 perches of land
The hotel which commands a beautiful

NOVEMBER 3
Blondin, W. Smith, R. Ablack, C

same may butt and bound, together with the messuages dwelling-

I houses and buildings and all other erections and buildings on the












view of the incomparable Bathsheba Wathey. said parcel of land erected and built standing and being with their
On atin a aiagiun iscge and EME: 7 Eastmond. Vv Coppin, E. Hackett, UPSET PRICE: £4,000, 0. 0.
breezes, contains a cious lounge and NOV! ER 2. . » : D . 0. O.

19 bedrooms, each with running water L. Rawlins, §. Singh, M. Linley, P. 8. Pollard, M. Ramsey, H. Tillson, W. THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land with the

(12 with toilets and baths) Raboolal, W. Mad@ox, C. Williams, J. Simpson, B. Worrell, S. Burke, BR dwelling house thereon called “BARTICA” containing by admeasure-

The company’s electricity and water Williams, L. Freeman, M. Azar, E. 8urke, J. Tillson, I. Hall, A. Hall, M ment nine thousand and sixteen square feet or thereabouts (for-

installed Rod- Hensley, = ‘- J. Hensley, H miexiy aS AS oe = a Po and also eight

aay by t ‘ a J. Edghil, T. Kerr, P. fs Hensley, enry u are fee e public road situate in or near

peepee ee Sete SE ey, Te ore NOVEMBER 2 this nnn yutine ae Seung lands ho ni fone Me

W. Date, A hell, C. SF, Ss ni ge an unding on now or of one Mrs.

ot wie’ sae nen eee orr @a an Morris, L. Warren, F. io F. ontell, C. Chapman, I. Chapman, E. Benjamin, Inniss on the sea on lands now or late of Marcus Grannum et al

COrrLe CATFORD & CO. D. Evelyn, C. Chambers, S° Flook, F. S. Allen, E. Alleyne and on the public road or however else the sarme may butt and

4 : ’ Solicitors Quested, Voenringer, G. Matouk, 8S. Fort St. Kitts: bound together with the messuages dwellinghouses and buildings

4.11.52—8n Matouk, BE. Parr, B. Parr, O. Parr NOVEMBER 1!

land

and all other erections and buildings on the said parcel of
D. Ranzetta, L. Pencheon, D, Pencheon,

Trench Mouth













a Frem Grenada: erected and built standing and being with their
THE public are heréby wees Sgainst | Cases, Chairs, Tables, Dress Stands, etc.. NOVEMBER 1. 3. Maloney. UPSET PRICE: £3,000. 0. 0.
giving credit to my wife WL. IRENE }etc., —ALSO (2) Jones Bilectric Sewing AUCTION | T. De Freitas, J. De Freitas, M DATE OF SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED PROPERTIES: 7th November 1952.
MOTTLEY (nee Beryl Wason) aS I 40} Machines, (2) Singer Tredle Machines,}| ——————— Hanschell, A. Williamson, C. Williamson, ————————" H. WILLSAMS,
not hold myself responsible for her ov} 1) Singer Tredle Machine—Model 206.) By instructions of the Insurance Co Sto in trom Veneruela: Pm 1 Registrar-in-Chancery.
anyone else contracting any debt or} 1) Calculating Machine ete.. etc. etc. | will sell at CRAIG'S GARAGE R Curtiss, B. Custtss, M. Curtiss, J Rolex Watches 24.10.52—3n.
debts in myname unless by a writter —4.11,52—In. | ROEBUCK STREET ON TUESDAY 4th 3 Curtiss, W. Botman, J. Botman, A. Diaz, z
order signed by _me at 1 p.m. 1950 Austin Sedan Cor| fd ae a A. Diaz,’G. Anderson, D. Anderson, LOUIS L, BAYLEY
GRAFTON ap Yon: haa , damaged by vite arutt aok Sane "| “= a M. Anderson, M. Anderson, E. Anderson, Bolton Lané CES
s or mâ„¢ ry, c . *
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giving credit to my wife ELOUISE| cluding Grass Mowers ¥ & & cutting}; wii) sell at Messrs. K. R. Hunte & Co \
MAYERS (nee Goodridge) as I do not aise aateets a vinta beeaes. Ltd. warehouse Chapel Street, Wednes- a BLOOD T 5
hold myself responsible for her or any- e deliver) es, eughs, RCNEsS. to Sth at 2 p.m. Graphotype & Ad- C ARKE Ss A LE " o be
one else contracting any debt or debts in ,Etc. Etc. COURTESY GARAGE. Dial Srieikte aaliton damaged. Terms cash MIXTURE 8 ate, x Ae ¥ wee
my ame. unless bya written order | 816 20.10 52-n R AACHAN McKENZIE mi Stopped in 10 Minutes | I ger Sore and, Pomcnuers, tor
signed by me, téidL:SCCWCCYLLL Auctioneer — elp cleanse the system + . s .
LIONEL MAYERS, Gene ca outhe ut ee paneer Bleeding ams, sore mouth, or loose A to . : gulna lehing ao4 torment ction Plies Pricey an inst” wi SOS
Walkes Spring |“ 90.10.52—6n. ‘ teeth mean that you are a victim gt Pyor- from blood impurities since the discovery of Hytex (formerly :
St. Thomas 10. : | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER rhea or Trench Mouth, cr some bad disease known as naroid). starts to
2.152—2. | —————————— fF that will eventually cause you to lose all in the blood may cause rheumatic eek In 10 minutes and Hot only stops The M/¥. “MONEKA” will
anita -_—__—- | EARTH SCRAPER AND SCOOP — For your teeth and have to wear false teeth wi > bi takes out the swell- accept Cargo and Passengers for
moving wash mould and making Cart] py instructions received from the fore your time. Since the great World aches and pains, stiff and painful joints, the pain but also — oe Ae Dominica, Antigua, Montser
LOST & FOUNDD ("00% ce Dis! tie countess fo baeén. | ensurance Co: 3 wit sell on Friday 7th at| War these out cee that now scien boils, pimples and common skin disorders. ing, S000 Meet ns crbing ther troo- Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
: a | Memes, Sholane, Gare, gs eceagea | HOO Coan ieee Sh aveny Bre Boamhe Clarke’s Blood Mixture Tablets help to bes caused by Piles auch as Headache. | {i} Friday 14th inst.
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ona liver — $260.00 Case all in good o jahogany : oe das fT that %
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noon Will be e6ld at my office to the POULTRY eacr Presses, Book shelves, Writing money back on return of empty C0 From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
highest bidder for any sum not under Desk, Vesta Sewing Machine; Larders, Og eee or
the appraised value Citi Kitchen Tables, Ware Presses, Electric] $4 heart trouble, Get your Expected Arrival
al thas an piece £ lend, captain: POULTRY—Imported Pure Bred White | ‘Toaster, Ferns, and many other items) chemist today under this following Condition was omitted : = rp: Newport Swansea Liverpool) Glasgow Dates Barbados
ing by @ psuremen perce! Leghorn; ens, . BR ow in| onditi ‘ le .
t Kew Road in the Parish of thane aise. Ete a eee of iit o'clock. Terms Cash. Am ing The fo 8 EILERS” = 23 Oct. 28 Oct 1 Nov, 17 November
St. Michael butting and bounding om 5 > R, TR & CO. C1) 8.8. “STUGARD” - 10 Nov. 14 Nov 18 Nov 4 December
lands RoW or late of Mra. FP. R. Prescod, BRANKE ‘as For hea~-Tronch Mouth (6) If more correct solutions are received, than Prizes 6.8. “GEIRULV" End Nov. _ Early Dec. End December
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Y.M.P.C. Defeat Spartan By 7 Wickets) â„¢ reverta wors six's

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Other Intermediate FOOTBALL 2ND DIVISION: ELIGIBLES

Allan Brown GET MARRIED
Matches Drawn Bowlers Do Well =»

iS PARIS.
THE TENTH ROUND in the series of Intermediate Got W inner

One by one some of Britain's

Cricket ended last Saturday and again teams fell to some ’ ’ d e e ried off in France. After the mar-
low scores, At some grounds spectators saw bright cricket or Scotian ji rick tc ets riages of banker Loel Guinness
/ and Lord Stanley of Alderley*

most eligible men are being mar-
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Only one team secured an out- a a LONDON. comes news of the engagement in

right victory, all the others were BOWUING Ae? . A player who once threatened Paris of handsome Count Jqhn de

drawn games. Y.M.P.C, won their £, smith 0 ; 9 to quit first class soccer and be- Bowlers did wel! ‘on tricky5 for 10 runs, S. Goddard two ee
match over Spartan by three runs 5 ri 2 09 9 © come a coach with a minor wickets on Saturday the lest for 36, F. Austin two for 23) and endern, 45-year-old former
with seven wickets in hand. In % Fond : & 1} Jeague club was the architect of day in the Tenth Series of Second 38 for three wickets (F. Austin British amateur golf chgmpion and
Spartan’s first innings they we Chase 2 6 14 1 Seotland’s 2—1 vietgry of Wales Division cricket matches. Hoy/- 2 for 18 and E, Goddard 1 for 20) One®, married to Lady Patricia
all out for a meagre 73 with ¥. Cumberbate 7 © 23 1 fn the International at Ninian ever batsmen did not fail dis- Cou Empir anne oe foes a
Chase top scoring with 33. In t ee ; Park last week. His mame? gracefully and the good score of ollege vs e at Harrison a r, is the son of an eccen-
sect ‘Enis We aoine bel es Cae Allan Brown, inside right, and 102 og not out was oe up College oa millionaire, the Count de For-
4 i Z se On he ick arlion—Ist Innings 23 ore’ f th Scots’ ualising by the Empire batsman G. m , 5 i r
top scored with 20 before he W4\ (Combermere—ist Innings iat a me ” ™ who att” wt number times te College 98 and 67 for five wick- His father lives at Biarritz and | \
run out, they were all out for { ; Allan, together with George the batting order, He hit eigat ®%. holds Leichtenstein nation ty. 5
Bowling for Y.M.P.C. I. Burke | | Cariton—Snd inniggs ss Aitken. who was Scotland's left fours in his 102. Empire 211 for 4 wickets de- John is a British subject with an :
took three wickets for 15 runs ;, Matthews 1.b.w. Willams... 5 half, refused to re-sign for East elared, (G, Kirton 102 not out, import-export business in Paris !
10 overs. ; V. Goodridge stpd. wkpr, b Branker 8 Fife’ at the commencement of Empire had to be content P. Roach 50, H. Brewster not out His fiancée is 21-year-old Spanish

Y.M.P.C. in their first innings . White run vo the 1950-51 season because their with points for a first innings 30) beauty Mercedes Gorina, the
took a lead over Spartan by fie {Marshall ¢ Mr. Sealy b Branker 6 request for gq transfer was lead over Harrison College. The Central vs Windward daughter of a retired Barcelona
runs, K. Branker top scored wi W. Burke stpd. wkpr. b Branker 5 refused scpegaete batting a, —s . at Congo Road ne ye has lived most
29, In the second innings tt m. Kaghill not out 5 ith. j- total of runs and at the en¢ ; ; er life in Paris.

ad "80 fc aes +“ ‘alley the A." Nicholson b Branket a With the players end the @ of the first day’s play Empire had ,. Windward 84 and 91 (F. Field Quotes of the week; }
made or three to allow thei cox not out i rectors declining to give way. 7. lied. with 41 runs for the loss 22, E, Weekes 5 for 17 and H. President of a French_hair-

to win the match, are 10 there was a deadlock. The sea~ FOP ic : ~ Andrews 3 for 22, C. Shepherd dressing association, M. Ciallet:

The Cable and Wireless-Menta a is hich be in August, of one wicket. . ak “ i. |

ec : Total es SOR, while Ban On Saturday helped by a 102 ! for 3. We have won the battle for short

Hospital match was drawn, Cabli passed into September, October. pune be inten, Empire’ carried _ Central 127 (B, Weekes 5), C. hair; with the short hair fashion

and Wireless continued their first | Fa { wickets: 1—16, 2—39. 3-46, Noyember and into _ December this. seore to 211 runs. Other. Patrick 26, N. Deane A, Mi n- women come to see us every week

innings and were all out for t The ae Sree ee eee with neither man kicking a ball ‘ood scores came from P. Roach "ey and F. Field two wickets each instead of every three weeks.

with Fransoir 23 and Cozier no BOWLING ANALYSIS The battle nearly reached lega! £1 and H. Brewster not out $0. for 39, 38 and 33 rums respec~ “To do that they must have to

out 19. For the Mental Hospital! 0. M. R. wW. proportions with the two players °° "it end of play College hac tively) and 29 runs for the loss economise on other things, but

V. Todd and J. Wiltshire took Mijende ¢ § ™% 2 preparing to take the club (0 cred $7 tuns for the loss of of two wickets, why should we worry how they !
three wickets each for 10 an 22 Branker 4 1 2 «6 gs court for not showing, oe five wickets in their second turn get the money? The principal Eisten to the man who drives a Morris Six. Hel! tc!) you of a 70 horse

runs respectively. pe wie 3 ° z1 o earn their ine by he ar not at the wicket thing 4s that they bring it to us... power, valve-in-head engine that unleashes » food! of power —

In the Hospital’s first innin shle 6 1 2 1 profession or a ugh ; Barrister Morro Giafferi: “Don’t nh : i aolk ai sace: thtki/cctaysaebas sao hale z
C. Williams top scored with 18 PICKWICK vs. WANDERERS payed any wages, Brown anc Y.M.P.C. dismissed Leeward for Tri idad Te ever count on the eternal love of pleaty more in reserve. |! ess ar spring 8
the ie team to reach S,: Bowlin Aitken were perainee rae 80 runs on Saturday, On the first n Cam a4 young man of 20. Save that kind makes journeys an anruffled driving pleasure: ha! yiibin wheethase

. , Aes aie Wanderers—tst innings 1582 and as such not allowe Vv e day YM P.C. scored 110 runs in of trust for the aged.” Sida ih the in ; he ii Saint he
for Cable and Wiréless D. Archer pjckwick—ist Inning 24 ; soi 3 eS . : 10. eeating gives lounge-casy (ry i .

, 88 A ¢ ek—Is nes t rules of the Scottish FA to join their first innings but collapse Astrologer Maurice Calais: : ‘

ae aoe ag bane o Seles wand- AT respectively, Evelyn scored 47 any other club as players in the second innings when they Beat B. G. Team 3-0 inpmegty chive per cent of the wo- of he veatfyl silence of this five © * ssf
ate ae ae nee t wling for Pickwick Lewis and Thus it was that Brown near- were bowled out for 78 runs, (Precs. 00d Wee \iiecteaeateaks men who consult me ask me to Let os give vou a slemansiavion dtive
Rare inti e p - in i Gr dae took 3 wickets each for 32 ly forsook Scotland to join the At the end of play Leeward GEORGETOWN, Nov. 8 name the date their husbands will

ae ‘a with 18 ee nas ef A ead tapered English minor league club. had scored 38 runs for the loss Casuals-Shamrock beat G.F.C. die.” .
a nd - ro : ee Caer Croydon Rovers, as coach of three wickets, ‘ 3—nil in the opening soccer game — *Mr. Loel Guinness, roa

ay innings the 20y s dismissed WATER POLO: ; Central secured points for a of the G.F.C. Golden Jubilee Fes- former Tory M.P. for Bath, mer
nat f 9 oe ee Ores — . Calamity Averted first innings lead over Windward tiyval games at Bourda today in ried Prnnee ere in i

at for Carlton top scored with a , ‘ whom they dismissed for 84 runs the presence of a large crowd in- at the A s town hall in 1
35 before he was caught by Mi: ° ‘ This’ Fatensty: <6 eS ¢°sn in their first innings, Central in cluding the Officer administering last year, Mh e Tnerese Husson
Sealy off the bowling of Lashley, ailors Pla er was fortunately averted in thoi first innings scored 127 runs the Government, the Hon. John ley married Mlle, Therese Husson
he was the only batsman in hi Dee anne aint Fit “= with E. Weekes topscoring with Gutch, C.M.G., O.B.E., and Mrs. in April this year. R E LTD
te. t DAC > "C3 before ristmas, Ez e : - OR ROYAL G AG
bal oO coat aeuby figures. the players up for transfer. 51, Guteh 4 —— F T A °

owling for the school Branke: eam . Y.M.P.C. vs Leeward
took four wickets for 29 runs in The announcement — brought : The, vighory scored She fas Rol x Watches
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i-th © Cickewicks Wanderers (2, 1 follow ing will engage a transfer developed into an — 32, S. Goddard 12) Espinal. Two followed in the sec- L. BAYLEY
match played at the Bay wa from H.MLS. Bigbury Bay tion. Blackpool emerged as the|""{ecward 80 (G. Gilkes 25, R. ond half through Douglas Yuille LOUIS L.

ay ay j

. a water polo game at the highest bidder for Brown with! 14, L, Foster 15, O. Burke and Desmond Pierre. Bolton Lane

Wanderers batted the whole ci Aquatic Club at 5 p.m, to-day:— an offer of £28,000 and Aitken! URES Kha ; 7 shinies

the first day to score 152. In reply J. Chabrol, Gerald Jordan, A, went to Sunderland.

to yg cma Pickwick went to Clarke, T, Yearwood. O John- But All t of t h ith |

work on the second and last day son, A, Tay Yeatherhe: u ae ae Sy LOU ere
ast day % aylor, M. Weatherhead the game for so long — during

and at close of play the tins were
reading 244 for all. H Kidne, the period of dispute he had been

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TEN/TEST INSULATING WALLBOARD






respectively f. Naleusieir i tory — found it aifficult to find | P ; . 4 - ;
foalety pas ean aeee “y Middl . : his ‘football legs’ when he re- 1%” thick in sheets 4’ x 8’, 10’ 12’
The Scores ee awn. 1 eweight Bout iurned to the first class game. | ERME
P Despite assidious training, h‘
CABLE & WIRELESS v« PARIS, Nov. 3 found he could not keep pace} TEN/TEST_ TEMPERED HARDBOARD
MENTAL HOSPITAL Humez of France won a ten- with First Division soccer, and | mbassa ang : ,
round decision over: Gene Hair- more important still, the edge ly” thick in sheets 4’ x 6’, 8’, 10’

Cable & Wireless Ist Innings Continucd
Fransoir run out ,

; yn of New York on Monday had gone from his football sense. |
Archer ¢ Boyce b Chase i; Might in a middleweight bout No ‘longer could he spot half a

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Couler not a ae i9 Which may have produced a chal- chance and exploit it as before. | Bold and original ideas make typing

H. A. King 1.b.w. Wiltshire j ae a aie Sei eee: Humez Many doubted whether he| eusier, Mor rapid, less tiring on his, Al

Clirke b Todd ; ow must be rated Europe's lead- one ara > 7 ‘ i iter: 50
Extras , ing middleweight ang (fide an would ever regain his touch, ana | one of the most efficient Typewriters

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demand »® title chance if Ray it was thought that Blackpool's
Robinson gives up the world title, 22â„¢mble would not come off.
Fall of wickets: 17, 2-15, 3-19 4 ‘If Robinson continues as a box- , BUt manager Joe Smith had
—22, 5-26, 6-50, 1—6*, 873, 9-d3, er he probably next will defend ‘ith, and Allan was determined
against England's Randy Turpin ‘° repay him, and prove his |
and Humez will ask for a bout Worth.



Total 84

MOULDINGS in
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BOWLING ANALYSIS
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Vv. Todd 1 12 «19~63) «6UVersus the winner A crowd of | Came the Cup ties, and he hac | for covering joints, counter edges and corners.
V. Carter ® 1 14 © 16,000 booed the poorest bout his chance. Showing all the zip from $110
R Chase 1 4 4 1 seen in Paris this season, and fervour which had gained | Phone 4267
J. Wiltshire 10 1 22 ; Hairston lacked speed after the aon green] eee: he | .
seventh and frequently clinched. helpec ackpool reach the Cup} .

Mental Hospital—tnd Innings never able to shake Humez. The Final ; @ Led Ltd
Vv. Lb.w, Arche pe ’ oan mez, The wae | e e 0
Berta erchisie te te aes ‘| Frenchman early in the final Tragedy } ” gf WILKIN & Es '
E. Quintyne b Archer 1 Yreunds piled up points with rapid ois -
e pth eg ae eae OE .7 blows to the face, but the majority His return to form did not! LOWER BROAD STREET.
J. Wiltshire b Cronic ;, Of the bout lacked action. pass unnoticed in his native!
R. Chase b H. King Barly in the eighth round, Hu- country, and he was selected for |

Extras i mez foreed Hairston to retreat, the Scottish team to play Eng-|







Total ;, Shaking him with powerful left land at Wembley two weeks be-

and right jabs Although the fore the Cup Final. But then | Th F m :
Fall of wickets: 1—18, 2—28, 3a, Score was not disclosed, ringside tregedy., : 9 f e a ous
4—55, 5-—77, 6-82. 7—82 observers credited Humez with

five, and Hairston with three In a league match just after e







OWLING ANALYSIS
are nee R. w. rounds the semi-final he sustained a IBER7 y
x. King. 7 13 i Hairston weighed 144.5 kilos. leg injury. At first it was not ’
: ee oe i, «6 «and Humez 143.5 thought to be all that serious, | =. 7 a i : 2 .
SD. Archer Ooh ee In an eight round middleweight but as the International and the | 4 ==)
&. | Branker 8 2 19 0 eer ee Rar alan pen A loomed nearer, the}
outpointed ain’s Antonio Solde- trou ‘
aaa 2104 3 Yio, oy Dereiates
Â¥.M.P.C. vs. SPARTAN Then the doctors told him the
SE ares » news he was dreading; he would
c manctenretanee, . Sugar Ray May 3! e's tor the international
ustin : 2 — s . . ny 5
. sc L, Greenidge ! be f s
z Seats : Rak 7. 2 eraser m 4 ight Kid Gavilan not " ya, ao in toes dors
7 Pid eur.” Burke ‘ : ‘ ‘ there slipped from Allan’s grasp
teen an cut ; é NEW YORK, iwo honours. which any playei
De eteet Satan suk aut Fe Sugar Ray Robinson says would regard as ample reward
€. Gittens run out ; 1 he is “debating” a middleweight tor a whole football career
7 Pr ne aa wkpr, G. Archer : itie fight with Kid Gavilan, of The injury bogey persistea
Bet Cuba, the world welter-weight into the following season, and
ae pampion, early. next year. Mean- Brown was out of the Blackpool
ota 8: while, Sugar Ray is going to be team more often than he was in
is piensa ie ae | singer-dancer, Reported salary jt
4-26, 5—22, 6—39, 7—72, 8—81. 9_81 in his new trade — more than |
£10,000 for a fortnight of shows. Once again those injurie
BOWLING ANALYSIS : —L.E.S. eaused him to lose his old form. |
ae are z ¥ so the beginning of this season |
R Austin 6 i 13 2 T Ae : saw him again figiiting to make
S. ranke 10 2 20 a © oi
i Branker , } ® | Trinidad Imerease + come-back.

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G, Archer 44 10 Lae ' In addition to his equaliser at
b I e ‘anime Ninian Park, he is Blackpool's |















Bier Se ree See te (From Our Own © ) top-scorer. His nine goals in- :
' he sHiovos no ot : roe 0 PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 8 - clude two hat-tricks, | a
R>B: King Lb.w. Cumberbatch ‘) Trinidad Turf — Club today Allan has had to wait for his
i 4k Mandeville not out 9 aes ~ ° =e - rae success, but it has been worth
* extra 3 feeling to five days. ates for while, If he ca conti in t : Ox
Bi Total a the oS rte Se ee will ke ia Blackpool” ce ak oe | Beautiful ° é
. Oe /ecember 26, 27, January I, 3 and that* first Cup Final victory. | , :
fk . Fall of wickets: 1-34, 2~55, 3-58 10 —L.ES. FI l <
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PAOI: I'ol R IIARUAIMFS illVOl All flKSUAY MlVrMIUJI I. I9SJ __ ADVOCATE t .y._f--^*i -r v *..-.u * LU. I -.. M>l4|*ta.uk in business. Only four year* as* he w;lreed from jail with )ust 5s. an 1 the manuscript of a book tn In* pocket Gone wag hi* extensive UIMIUIenburgj estate with its 28-room mansion and ttg 20 families of. retainers. Gone was his positio'i Ba president of the German Rcichsbank. He only had his brains an MMt whir* Schachl himself ha* i ever multivalued. "Ptw people •re clever enough lo talk to me en my own level," he told a doctor at Nuremberg. To-duy 75-yeor-otd Dr. Scharht • orn,. more in demand. Round the world like n frock-coaled flying bank messenger he BPSB, puning Mack Brazil cigars nearly as big as Mr. Churchill's though not so strong From one country to another he lite* dispensing advice on high I financial policy He has bean In Spain, whcie he as greeted at the airport by Otto Ikoneny, Ins Nazi tough wh> uod MuHsolini. He was recently in fcgypt. whrrr General Naguitgav him a banquet. Before that he was In Indonesia, and later in Persia (he found Dr. Mosaadeg "charming and cultured"). On his return he offered his to Britain as a mediator in the oil dispute. Krom I r-oi Srharhl the first report on "Htm m* hu-h*r.bOJal president, according to Frau Schacht. nteeu the necessities of lite. He runs a f4S0 VoUuwtfeo. drives himself l breaknti k Rpoed from town to airport. And Fi.t Sih.K'ht is resident at the best hotel In Munich. He g:vi to trouble spots to see if he can cleanse them financially and lo helii Britain," she said. "He was inv.ted to Indonesia, Persia, and Egypt. He did not offer. Only bit expense* were paid. II ed no fees." Dr. Schacht. his wife added, was still remarkably agile in mind nm bod. Ha naokc r. ur or 0v cigars a d I hours, bul can go with little rest lb.i I is co-fiil .iccomplishnient for an internatlonal taanciar. Denounced But there are others besides the Hamburg' Senate who may question the return of Dr. Schacht-the man whom the U.S. prosecutors at Nuremberg ca. facade of starched rea^netabttttjr for the N.i/.i-. the in.in who was denounces:! us someone who did not openly |ola the Nazis until they or openly desert them Mil ihey had lost. To-day his wile says "Mi hSS blways boon against secret deals. I is policy and thought have always ;.cht-forw*ri, honest, and I b-.ir But in Germany people still • i.i; Srhacht's testimony at Nuiemberg: "Many successes could i* scored In leading people on by not telling th truth." And is his record quite -o clear SS he would like the world to believe? He has himself admitted that he failed to realise early enough Hitler's criminal nature. no question of the fact that he J) ined other big Industrialists in urging Hitler's appointment. Nor can there be any doubl that without Schacht's brilliance .s a financier the whole economic basis of Hitler's rearmament programme would have been threatened. DouLleFaced Sehiuht has already testified IhSl he buds It useful to be doublefaced. Perhaps that Is why, when he was on holiday in Kashmii Lcntly, he gave an interview •ressuiK. appreciation of the part played by Britons in Germany. and when Inarasj in Cairo only two wcxekl ago he told a reporter; 'Britain is the cause of all the I1U in the world to-day. She no longer knows how to treat 'ilhers a> human beings." Many Germans, I find, lack tonfldence m Dr. Schacht. Said Dr. Hams, a spokesman for the ii Hamburg: "He may have been acquitted of crimes against humanity, but to ordinary people his morality as a financier is stained. A 'Talleyrand' T think it unfortunate thj this man should go about thi voild appearing as the representative of Germany when. In fact. he does not represent fhe Germans %  %  to-day. He is making use ..f antagonisms to draw uttentiun to himself. He Is a master of seU-propaganda." The British authorities in Hamburg are inclined lo agree. Dt. Schachl is already letting himself forward as the indispensable a sort of 20th ccnturv ind Bill then rlthoul hihelp. many who can do Our Readers Say: half of the grateful people of Barbados (especially the people Th,Poor Prop!,--* IfasSM difficult to make ends meet. I Um^JS^SS^t^SSSi^Jff %  -K2S ELfeaa^^ssssa iv<*.. MM 1 wnwl " .ii*.!-. I„ I* round Ihr comar. thf wy to let *>wn mji.v mcir.' M, h ST "" !' n "" un "* <>"" """•' ix>l">. To do ihl budntt in the Mard w.tt, !" , ">•' %  btaevdMI (Nilelepei, wort, or I le;,.l some ot ""• nid of l>r. Sm,u,v,-v th, "". "I? '"i^.J''" I 2 ," '"" It' "IT*, "i"" 1 "' "' ,mm "" "*'""" "' Mr C rrod mKhl'lMv A-nrds Its [.'t>ulldln(. Also your f'erochial Funds, means spreadbeen set at naurht .ouejl lor further eonlributians IIIJI Ihe eost over all the taxWith thanks for spaee. li i :lu* lie.irtlna "Funds ror payers aecordhijf to yielr possesYolrv .uirerelv. ihe Needy"'. May I offer some slon of property and means. This, A. E. S. LEWIS, .nformatlon whleh may be news 1 submit. i> a very healthv and Brldnetoun. 1st November. 1952. to many readers and a couple of reasonable method of hiindlln/ uiineslu.BK' Ihe problem and if any well lo Ifflp Ini' Sick 1. The situation is a very bl( do and philanthropic citizens are T ti. ... ... ..ne. There lire. II is prelty clear, "hie anil villlnaj to make further _ ti., i J. -ideoeale— hundrcls. even thousands, ol ronlributlon., I am sure thev will ik? .l !" ,. """'• to "^ .Imilar eases-room, and little I" • .eleomed. Leh.1, 'IX. "f-""" r '" d '". " n-Mlllna, in ., deplorable eondlHS* f. GODSON. The folk'wlnl .r'lJS J ^?S2M ","", %  j^tns £?$?£, ",'""" ''!" W*. ,„„,.„ n.^ed '.rb n rt V'en C S IhT waSs .heller and decent home, lo anyr T ""gim • r mA ld oirupatloh durlna lh, ody_thou(h thank, be! not -.!. "_ £ '"" %  J ft. %  Aapoeale. many hours t n lid;' note as dilapidated as Ihe one Thuraday last a.!".!*^ ""?<" g>'l and lal(e vases for flower. Lrfoie us now. H ,„a. ij w ," 5 2. in which -—*The Hoo-dn, Board in a KS^of'Se".^ "" """=" %  "" Boporl" issued a few year. ...i i^l5or. T!?*V !" d w !" !" ... ., Suive, of EKhl Tenantries Year PU a ','Z „ c "e.t„„ r, .., and around Bridgetown" of ll„. w ,,e rks 'i^'}^""" 1 %  UKal Unit out ol a total of 7.04. must Ihonk v V, for ik %  tcuetum 3M2 mr. unlit leawere ,.„r eia u.„ S ?"*, > ;;"' blj n l..,bltatlon" and i.Ml i-enarks I ', '' %  Mijiiued in.ne in less of made on the Fresh flower) at any lime Hooks and migarines Games for playing In bed and during convalescence (e.g. Draughts, Dominoes, Checkers. Cards etc.) — _....i U Hlp It would be Very much auprelupposod lo have doled if any ,e...i,r who h.ii. any It Is a of the> arUries to spare would inner. ivu,iiucd mole or less of made .,o ;i„,,. „,„,„, ,, ,f % !.„„. ". -"""• any And while that Important (real pity that ,,.,,'. '*,'.,„" 'i !* h "f arue-e. to spare would £JC g^ gfi i.;Si dSiS %  ml greatly Improvnl homes. IK >"" are no doubt aware that I lively lo thi. Department Fresh aihievmenl. are only a small J-v. don, m y be,, ,„ h e|p th flowers should in all {Tun ^3malter conwared with the need, si'uallon. r „, ,„ h „ n_„,,.., "" "" "' lane, rontnored with Ihe need. !" """ 1 reel to Ihe llospila 2 There Is widespread sym„""" refercrno to the S-Year In addition, the IttthJ in the coinmunlly with the !" "V "J !" ""lh remarks your rea loud spealOT i luatlon. People are wilting to r~ ".""butes to me toward, the much appreciated Oy patients In -nluntn three of page thn. 'he Eye Hospital Will you send IV IT\V Psaee4lvije .# at a jlitT\.Lt i^in IIMLAI :ect to the Hoipital. to the .S-Year In addition, the installation of would be very i.......e in MH (.n.sinitiling%  .itn inc Hu.tlmu. People are williui; lo give, even generously, lo help „ "' K -DIRT —-*—. vitli such icuMirs. 1 can person".nM l V m> reading „t the a donation wdch can be put to -.My testify of this, for when !" \ ,rnor ^ M*n h at the opening the wireless fund' The monies some years ago 1 was Chairman hi, i 1 r K" ture in Decent*'" w "s'-'d for installation and t %  %  • > A. INrnslont I'onimiltm 'SSL!?", on • uch Ouestlons as the the Usual monchly .barges. no mean, of (ifls entrusted to tfte amount „f |, (I,,,', .1 Oclober 30. 1162. ny through appeal, in the Revenue B.lanoe u coneeen^3 Ad>,„.,t, which readily sup. and In December S1 l,Jde. \aliuttll AHIK'HI ported -ny effort.—I n, able to llberately aepa, ,te.l tM, f„. m ,,„. effeel most welcome repair, in Revenue EquilirjlLa, Fund T *• Edilot. Tftc Adeocale— 0 in 70 rase.—If I remember With referene to the n-en „ %  „. SIR. With reference to the •"' hl , mentoftheW „ „b, Kngm,.., failure ol l,„l thealre audiences Michael ._ money and I -. these that step. J. But I submit that aim,. „.< thing much more than that hap„' h "" *"? harard and inu-Ual action 1. V """•'• ''id I added thai I *!'" "'"' durordanl. am neces.v-.rv Our psvro. hial author, "'""'I I eould .v I had heard the "'alogue often impossible lo fdl have leecasntaw this aral m "* "'"er Head, of (;,„„,. lowclojely. during the laait three, or four L W,1IMI "aid also *2Zff"g_ I .. h ''' Ullca '" sears, the Veslry Fu, .Uocited n" "'T "" """""er. of the ro "'e Ihe National Anthem -a.niething for Ihe nrnos* from YmnionwMlUi and Empire and ? it cornoa from the apparatus, it. annual U.eon,c''TndI h.w "' ,'"" '"'"< % %  *IM have u "f !" ^eelud.-d II wm. being been told that the amount for ,'L'' Bm "'""ees Including E.*?" 1 ,, • 'he show wal Ihe current year b JuOO^IIar. V^/Th'''' one '"" !" •" ev,OB,U •"*• "" r'u' n "' P ^* d n "a"" Ch ,'"' h "'v for !" -g hi. k wl'edJro n,w " !" t If the offendwarde. and Ouardian. during ,.,„,.„„„V„ "A, „, ''",".!1 K m "• "•••e ever rec-ived any aort m p,,rt of the Hu.nel.l Mr n irr'n, l„ lir i wi,K r ","' "' '" %  -" %  %  ''Ion 'hat would enable year, as ta>es .re paid and the !" J ,."5^1 Z?}f*"" ,'" nry ""-m lo recramise tie lune, or to % %  'Me. ;,." „., n h T' !" „ „'."'''"" k " "• eonvcnlion thai require. Bul i i altogether V !" !.,. i 11" 1,1 ''" -' BtlUm Subjeals to (tinrl ne and II u „|p rt^i \ ,n., ,, .„' h '''"'" •" "P 'nd be ^Ul while It Is being "-% %  i n-nivmuer ...... inciint m Tini.-• in' in,m. won reierence lo me ' ht , mentoftheW rwotta Engu,,,., 'adure ol lutal thealre audiences ?suiillarly fluirchwardens In St *'"" reporler might have included to P^ I h e conventional respect llchael lasted appeals, collect^l ,h "' > W'd Mr Garro.1 the de'" ""' Hntlsh National Anthem, money and did good work — I served compliment of saving that *n"ld like lo comment us think the lite T K. Picrc, wa, hlcl hl ' l 'w.. the Ural of these officials lo lake wa ftn f h e best if no! the ln ,ho 'hcatres I have been to that step. v rv best Engliu-cr we could have '" Baloados I have noticed thai got fur the lol. anil his relations "" sound producing mechanism with all Kcttoi of his staff was !*, "Pe'ated so that mtulc Ken most coTllial :ul I ^4-l 11 • blaillia and discordant and il>sequ about it. %  %  ...mill 11 M "IMjl aOiatl li.trt o, H %  .all -I in i.rce.1 of the Parish „av ,h, ..„ ,a"if.".a which has .cached the „,_.,?;,,,,, „ !" a ii" very big s„„, of around (650,'„,,, ,. V,,,,, _l" r "an alone Would II b.. practicable for the 000 per annum. Can 1 venture to Z\.'l ,. „„ j !"!" '" %  •" ,' was theatre* to 1! eh .. aitiee on Ihe thai al least the full I-. del ... wi.JT 1 -, "'^ m !" n l>e'oreh.nd S Ihe effect 1 ind ..ughl t„ he devoted ,,!_' "* '.,,. ,„?," !" ''"."ai"'!" r h " An ""' ' 1" to the „„r,H.seor even on. and r~lh Ph, T ', V '"" 1 ,h nud "Tce are requested half i,er cam? I believe 1 may .7, 1^'", JL1 !" J" T, ' ,"*. nd „" •"ention till ,1 . b. • % %  the Taxpayers. ,£ (J^roa e7n^ !" r"eon5de conclu d7 W h ,a '' iWCptiu,, ,„ . ,. ,„>.„„,. ,„__, bM^,. ., i. \! L I, %  " th-ssheiei'..,... ,.f tt„. I.,,, 1, obviously ought to i done" .i.igi, tlu,,, „. vl „ „, |,„ „ £^? uo "' CO"I". i| them on beR. E SMYTHIES. "COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE'' Drastic Change$ Proposed To Victoria Memorial .LONDON. An urgently needed new lease of life for the Imperial Institute in London is strikingly suggested in a report published last month. It is the report of a Committee of Enquiry, set up by the Ministry of Education, which for two years has been investigating the possibilities of making the Institute a live centre of Commonwealth activity. Commonwealth visitors and UK. residents .dike -those who have known of the Institute's existence in South Kensington—have condemned the completely out-of-date func tioning of the Institute. Young students from the Dominions and Colonies, in particular, have been severely critical of its "lifeless" character. Now, if the Committee's recommendation! are carried out, the Institute will stand a rea chance of carrying out its purpose, which should be as the report puts it, to attract "the interest of the ordinary citizen in the Commonwealth and :ts affairs." A memorial to the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, on a site provided by the Commissioners of the International Exhibition of 1851, the Imperial Institute was founded by Royal Charter in 1888. TTie great building has been put to various uses since originally developed as a centre for "information and investigation concerning trade, industry and emigration, and to illustrate and promote the development of these and kindred activities in the overseas Empire and also in the United Kingdom." Costing £50.000 a year to run today, that figure will be considerably increased if the new facilities proposed by the Committee c Enquiry are introduced. The idea is to make the Institute a worth-while Commonwealth forum, furthering mutual understanding amongst the members of Commonwealth countries. CHANGE IN NAME To begin with, it is suggested, the name ot the Institute be changed to "Commonwealth Institute." Facilities are proposed for creating a centre of artistic activities, such as music, drama and dancing, facilities for exhibitions of painting and sculpture by Com monwealth artists; development and expan sion of cinema activities. A variety of .HOC in amenities is strongly urged. These would include a restaurant (providing Commonwealth dishes), a reference library and a reading room. For students and regular users of the Institute it is recommended that a Social Club be introduced. Sir Harry Lindsay, 71-year-old Director o the Imperial Institute, is retiring at the em. of this year, and a new Director will be ap pointed by the Minister of Education (Mist Forencc Horsbrugh). A great deal will depend on this appointment. The Committee ol Enquiry propose it should be someone with first-hand knowledge of the Commonwealth and one who will have opportunity to trave. in the Commonwealth. And there is no reas on, the report says, why the search for thi new Director should be confined to the Unitec Kingdom. There is no expectation of Commonwealth Governments increasing contributions to the cost of the Institute until such time as the new scheme has proved its worth. The U.K Government is urged to accept the initial financial responsibility but other Governments, it is suggested, should undertake U maintain, "at the best possible level" theii own regional exhibitions at the Institute. NEW MANAGEMENT The Institute would come "under entirel> new management." with a Council substi tuted for the Board of Governors, and at. Executive Board instead of a Management Committee. The suggested Council wouItinclude the Commonwealth High Commis sioners. and five persons with recent first hand knowledge of the Colonies; represents tives of the British Council, the B.B.C., thi Arts Council, the Royal Empire Society, rep. resentatives of educational bodies, and others On the financial side, consideration is givei to the important question of improving th. appearance of the Institute and making itplace people will want to visit. It is recommended that reconditioning o. the building should be completed withit three years. Evacuation by the University o: London of the eastern wing of the building i: contemplated, along with removal of thf Colonial Office laboratories. In pressing for these far-reaching change* the Committee makes clear that it does no' disparage the work of the authorities at present responsible for the administration of the Institute. It congratulates them on what has been achieved in conditions which have never been easy and at times "both difficult and delicate." Commenting on the proposals, the London Keening Standard writes: "It may be doubter that the committee's proposals are in them selves adequate. "But the conception that there shojld be in the Empire's capital some lively visible demonstration of the spirit of the Empire . is a project which should engage the minds of statesman and private citizens alike."—t.ES. 5S WIND.SOR WEEKLY BARGAIN BUYS DELARELLE PE^TOHE HOVBLTIB--wood.rf.J OkriStfSW boyi CO DEODORANT STICK RIOHE DAKDRUPF REMOVER INVISIBLE HAIR LACQUER %  -,, ii.v-f tmrrM LAIT SOUPLINE lor dull. dry. bsir RIL J'IA | J I T l ~ THE WINDSOR PHARMACY LTD. BROAD ST Tal 222 A Broom or Brush for Every Purpose BROOMS Brsas or Vsrd Scnib Cobweb Hair tFloor) Straw Sle*l BRI SHfcS Lsvslory Sho* Win Hair ii..i Scrub MB — Also — CLEANERS snd POLISHES At WIl.KlN-iis ft HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phonr 447t. M. BECKWITH STOKIS Da Costa & Co., Ltd. WONDERFUL VALUES ANCHOR HOTTER ties Prr TlnANCHOR EVAP. MILK 30c. 10 a. Tin. ANCHOR POWDER MILK 9tr. m Tin. BITTER CONCENTKATE 7c. Far Tin. RICE — 10 Per t PB. CARLTON PEARS 75c I-ar.c Tin. CARLTON PEACHES 7*0. Lesr Tin. CARLTON APRICOTS •Me. lerlr Tine CARRS BISCUITS M*. Par Pte-. RACE DAY SPECIALS Prepare Early. J e R. SANDWICH 111 I Mi HAMS IN TIHS ltt. Z. 4. It Iba. MEAT SPREADS PATE DE FOI8 GRAS LOBSTER PASTE CARRS B1SCIITS ANCHOR CHEESE In Phi*. CANADA DRV DRINKS ill II BRAID RUM MAIL EARLY Thfr. art* two npinirtuniti. this nspnth. s s "OOLOMBIE • s/s "oourro" FOR YOUR PARCEL DARK BROWN SCOAJt WHITE SUGAR liKAI-lllilll HEARTS IlkAI'UKI n JLTCE MANGO SLICES PINEAPPLE SLICES GUAVA JELLY Gl'AVA CHEESE ARROWROOT PORK LAKD BEEF SUET EMPIRE COFFEE Us* jour Phonr for Iks. WEEK'S seerlala W> And It difficult deliver Sweet Drinks holiday Saturdays. Plcj phone early. GODOARDS WE DELIVER



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WHATS ON TODAY %  15 a v ESTABLISHED 1895 MBER 4. 19&2 Yugoslavia Will Join Defence Against Aggression Marshal Tito Assails Soviet Foreign Policy ZAUKEB, Yugoslavia, Nov. 3 MARSHAL TITO bitterly annulling Russia and praising the West for its unconditioned defence aid said Yugoslavia will actively support a "joint defence against agresaion". —Marshal Tito djrtivered a 40.000 word address to the Yugoslav Communist Party Congress where:. ha traced the prese-' I-IIM.".. hack to the Twhecn. Yalta and Potsdam conference*. hut laid most of the blame on Russia's doorstep* for event* since owing lo her h>i" Concern Over Brazil Likely To Be Eased He md the s .vi.i lahatad I^ONDON NOV rt Yugoslavia and other small naBraSllI payments difficulties) ll0^ ,, inl behev;ng she it pubU"' %  v Up. i? Uen Cnngresi >( that country*! econom o .incus m iQ \ PI the legitming of SeptemWr v ill tenu to ease some of the more B nrdlng to banking circles. There hah been a rising tide of In London over Brawl's shortage of sterling and the lark "f Briti-h purchase of Brazilian cotton this season, evet since the British Credit Guarantee Department suspended Its guarantee* or. exports In Brazil last June Thi* resulted n experts i.. Brazil coming to a virtual full stop. Recently the announcement of a barter deal of British Jet aircraft for Rrazuian cotton, while welcomed by many exporter*, has been the subject of much adverse comment In banking .md financial circle* —C.P. But Yugoslavia's split %  Inform had m< inbuieu greatly to the su bs guont decline of world wide Soviet (Uracted C< m inunlst strength. id the Yugoslav Comn .. with Lnb progressive movement* even where there were dilterencos of opinion Hut added II vi-i ready for formal union with International Socialist groups. Marshal Tito vtgortn. I clued Russia as a country where live workers were exploited worse than In Capitalist eoUntl H raid Soviet Foreign Policy had become merely old-fa-hioned Imperialism. v.r Welcome For barbadian Judge POKT-OF-SPAIN, Nbv 3 Mi. Clyde Aichei wno das been appointed Acting Judge of the Supreme Coui • <>l Tiuudad and Tobago lag) weak, received a warns, a'"' cordial welcome from 'in ll.i gl San Fernando ti; moiiilng when he sat on the lien for the Brgt time. Mr. Archer who was Acting Solicitor General up to last week is in San Fernando to preside over the November Criminal Assizes. Welcome %  ti oaa laa. were led off by Mr. A. C. Itlwntt. Crown Ceunaal on beii.ilf or the Law Officers and Mr. Gaslon Johnston on behalf of the Bar Association joined. Mr. Justice E R. L. Ward in San Fernando to preside over the Supreme Court sat with Mr. Archer during the welcome addresses. He said he knew Archer since he was a boy in Barbados find he hoped "this Is only a foretaste of what lies in store for him." Replying Mr. Archer said that lie was vary thankful for the warm welcome of San Fernando. He knew of the cordiality which existed between the Bench and the Bat there and promised to do all he could to maintain It. Governor Arundell Huns ProceeeiouH Gov< power' Publlr clarcd GRENADA, Nov. rnor Arundell. undei vested in him by Order Oi all publli tha the depro SUGARCANE EXPERTS MEET The IS52 meeting of the A B tie. of the B.W.I. Central Sugar Cane Breading Station opened vesierdtiv morning %  Sciagfere ui u A* %  i.-ulmre untiri* IraaansMp of Mr. C. C. IIM.-I lor Of AgTtCUlt ill' who Is en airman of the Advil ; Hon'ble I John Saint. Mi (i C Stev< Ml B M Innisi l(otani-t liar-' badoa. re also sent to Mr. A. deK. Frampton. Agricultural' Adviser to the Comptroller for hi vi'li D enl und Welfare%  ltd Mr. P. E. Turner. Sugar Auronumist. w tut these tram unable to atlend. Dunng then stav In Barbados, %  • %  .liewill vtaH i; Rrajj Agricultural rodrng%  Mfimental Statfc \i.MK MVMIIII tntv LAKES HKIDOL. ST ANDEKV is once more damaged. A sectlm la*t month No repair* have I • lucli lia been 1 UM brldc (tc -tartrrl i-Mbwl away snS r#pairsd on numerous I lUiiatt.i waawralitd awsy during Hi* haavy rainGOVERNORS DEPARTURE DELAYED NEW8 hj bean receive* that thr 8.a "Orai baa baaii delayed and will not ba reaching Barbados until UM late afternoon of Tur-day Itl. November Ills En elleucy the Ooveraor and Lady Savage will arrive at the Baggage Warehouse at 6.30 p.m. and wiU leave for the ship at 6 p.m. lloads In St. Andrew Pose Serious Problem 1 i main hi K liwaya of St. Andrt-w hnvr m>w %  MUK bye-wavs 1.u t„nt.„i*u M a result of frequent lands lid. s OfJUMd during heavy rainfalls within i.n gnt yatXI i pose cession* In the colony between Nuvemlter 1 and Janu.u 31 next. The order does not apply lo funeral, ox processions held under the auspices of anv recognised religiondenomination The ban blunt.the .uiti>ii.ii'i'.i November 11 march through the strecta of St. Georges ui which the leader of the movement taut ex t en d ed an invitation tfollower! of the recent Market Square meeting with a possibility of using the occasion tu whip up feelings of the workers in connection with %  wage boost claim on which ihe MMWU have declineo meellnn with >• npkrytn for dlscuaslon and up to the present Ignored a memorandum in reply to the claims setting out the position of ihe agricultural Industry. Every opportunity has also been taken by Gairy including the exploitation of the privilege of immunity of the legislature to refer to public works department irregularities and urge rests. Police Clash LONDON. Nov. 3. Conflicting reports gelay said weckeni boi uor Olashj light with mortars and light machine gun. by Indian and Pakistan fronUei police alona the ln' none Lahore. No casualties were reported In either Mceount. RafMrti from Karachi said a 'to-hour pitched batUs between the two countries' police force taitad Saturday night after aggression" by Indian police mi two Pakistan border villages. An Indian report from Bombay said "heavy 24 hour long ihe" came after PakhMun forcehad entered three Indian border villages and threatened a fourth Both reports said clashes endet! with .i ceaacilic after confernets, between senior poUoS Of I Ilie two I ouiltries. —v.r AT ST. THOMAS* \l MSIIOI SIJ S. Africa Aske thi symlM>i ui that huge t I .), struggle to maintain the dlgnll fs.il. ind worth of ti,. |,,*,), i South Africa even now are enguged. -II'. Gamrmw O/Mmn leewards Leg. Coicncii ol thcfig luada whirh wan tl % %  until .„. Mill in ;i bad ttaU of -lisj-tpair, and Ihey continue i >lem lo the Highway Commisatontn %  so or the road i i ,.,,!.. ,. i ".%  i men wen %  % % %  kl a iKHilden %  %  Wall) at ad tin th.r M. • %  1*'" ol h.-.i %  j u .nie v '. IMB mini > tmartei of .i mil lence I th. „, tbt vati %  ii Mo* loroufd] ihe watarJHn^ %  %  greal iiannelMng process haa iinilei-goniduring the pu-i ita i.-plied saying i' MI on oiistltulional Itlan" of the Leeward oust awiiii the decision an Iha West Indian Federation. Although the abolition of the Laaerard islands |*edt i 11 loi in the :ur. I hope no membe "Vy** 4 ** ,ld :wiM feel that hitime u, wanted 1 '' %  '"i.ii tin. Council The redeialhMi waters tnagjof the Upward Islands and the %  r* 1 *I general Ugaslativ Counefl h-v. long and distiiiKuinheii history mot now a ible lo any ng all StSimons and Turner Hall U I i tfonfj broal Kirovea to Haggatts. one sees on de canes three or four from the hedgerow void UP ground. The new lluggatt* Bridge which %  wpportad wMi i • hirh replaced Ihe I dg survived laa srrtad -way Mellon or the Lakes Itridge which te/£T "', d % %  .'/'*/ %  '' " JOvai on the Western side L( the,,,,,. d y Unctlon „, | l-ivln been k ....lei fo, -t month The wall repaired. western aids of at. Tboauu Almaaoaas, rhlcli rang acroa gully, is now being Wall Being Repaired U St. Thamm J Alhishoust Leewards Chos.l)e|>nty Prcidenl One hundred and six feet ol the wall bordering the western side of the St Thomas' Almshouse, which wa* washed away during the heavy rains last month, is now being repaired. The wall runs across a gully through which a strong current of water flow after heavy rains, | it was constructed with a small hole through which the water flowed but this proved too small an outlet for flood waters iv being constructed with a hole, four feet squa with manv other holes surrounding it The same section of the wall revtounly washed away the night of November 26. !P baavy shower After it was rebuilt, it withstood th. i high winds on the night of Augut 31 and morning of September 1. when • Stva damage was done In surrounding districts. 'king Small. the t e ateumer "Mataura. ,i m r haV e replied that r f a?w!^ uTTnS. 2?> rh *y •" "• **• 1 their demand, for ncrease and collective bargsmne are met The strike I Agents Divert Their Ships From Belize BELIZK VESSELS BOUND FOK HELIZE. where port workers are ukin part in the Bntiti Honduras general strike, have been diverted by tbair j.Jents to other porti*. Among the ships diverted war of Alexaiidf! Hamilton %  oi Nevis and I am told that the two Uuitlora manlllulsflllaa thai %  Iibsj A;. ii Million bad Ututlon of ti" i' ltd in mind when drafting U s %  Miatitution Apart rrosa tbt %  ..in iein and line history i %  imuch -ink wnteh %  handled la OSg I .i federal basis until ' .ui sure ihm CoUtv il will work with a full reallzatmi. ol .t. port iii" even though this may n ihaps be the last general Legi: %  iiiicll of the colony." I To test the effectof "desj On pace i removing debris from the ,ii H "As It Is now being eon I II is not likely to collapse again. urK | ii, unless there Is a very powerful 'chosen to i* Leeward Islands repcurrent o( water rushing through r^aauiives at the West Indian, the gully Very few things cai the power of water'. The Honourable Sydney T| Good Prospects For Crops In Trinidad l Ifnlman WUIiaaag, bog another i i>ects foi cocoa, coffee fairly long dry spell and although i • m are very good. The larger area was planted with said. • ill be the Leewards f* 1 m n m ,h At present there are 52 inmates ,.-,nesenUtive on the Cerlbbc in' 1 "* "idurtrl. in the St, Thomas' Almshous* i Commission Honourable* V, C. aockers. Of this number. 27 are females. R„H. E S. Lake. ft. L Bradshaw. 14 males, nine girls and two || n r>avls. B. W Oriffl'h, boys There |g onlv one Isolated an d y H. B. Penn were r i* ., -rve .oi the redernl Executive The Almahouse Is Kept In %  Council, very sanlUry condition It is surThe Governor appointed the rounded by many fruit trees and Honourable Sydney T ChnMian situated on a hill .lember of the When the wall Is reconstructed, O-r-Tal Legislative Council to be undesirables will be prevented a member of the Federal Execufrom entering the premises live Council timber an-1 bulld%  ell Malaccans Proteut NEW YOIIK failed South Malac. Monday requested the l eral Aasembly to ci W eharges that Indonesia ha invad1 HI th west Paclflr homeland with assist,. lands armed forces — I7.l\ %  Ugai oane H looking well, bi %  is likely to be 1-elow 1952. Mr. William-arnved here on Sunday night by B W I A t. %  meeting of the Advlsunittee of Ihe B.W.I Breeding %  l Vugai Cane lnveslisation Committt-.r*M wa^ %  Mrs Williams Iha Ocean View Hotel said that the been ver I i that a large crop I corn was expecUd and the '• | ed 109 IJepartmenl ol AKriculture had antmali during the month of "reeled additional *tornfe ipase Oetobei Tin n ng care of this crop .1 h^ crop on account of the caes not expected that th total output was likely |n exceeo rarafss. He said that the Secretary of St ,Ufor ttW ( olome had aUSt approved a grant from Colonial Development and Welfare for %  1.expansion of Ihi land settlement programme and fnr the next four years, a sum of $600,000 would be )"penl for %  109 ANIMALS DESTROYED Sir Alfred And Lady Savage Say Goodbye HIS EXCELLENCY ihi liovernoi arid i lust niyht said |{oodb\i lo ihe i well messak. broadens! the g sTfjjin sJ Seivui' Ltd Sir Alfred ai S S Orunjetluri lor u tiMii new duties m British Cuiaiv, His Excellency said 'M> wife and I have com he '.o-night to say a Iva "irto We leeVS M.iihnrios to. enlng ha .> iMhdai In %  up our new duties bi sarftlgft % %  it h Huraa raan iao n i rived in thli island both of ui %  verg i Uttla si pn %  i Igh offlos to Idch wi •opolnted snd of tha n i Barbadsana of u-mtt a mn Uou peoi fcave to us on that ftr>? !iall nOTST forget Nivar befoie In any patt ot Uk srortd had v. %  • en -IHII a demonstration of l haffl ,,ii,i lofsjb to Uie Itrili h Crown on the arrival of a net* Governor "We have .iriv.n and walked round Ihe island. juohrilil> greatI and gaps far more lhan Ihe ma'oiit\ of yoti Our aim has been in gel lo kno* ny pa ope s as possible snd IheJi Lnten klews. and to achieve the distinction saldom cooisrrad on ngei of "bslonglngr to th tontmunitv Of Harbudiu. Manv I you have been very generous in the last sin week* In re lluuent* and goixl wishes and tliore has been a hinl of reprouel iftei oni\ i,., C'mnuelling i;. %  %  You will realise thai "in, muff I.JM Urn v.n Compelling reasons i.r us io land We have worked in -m nttn-i. i mnililas, %  havi m v i ,,-iHt ,.u ovei ihe world anil thu %  p| nuitmeiil in I tl i mortesl ita> a i h i.-ver felt %  O keenly at leaving a %  %  wg do today %  he U %  not i>-en i,. i, i... ittt i primarily because of the thre.a of u : .ii ui ol n mi tea tins cost of bviuu !' h lb' !'** been picvcnl. Hul lid* l-lmvl has enjoyed many bleulngs. Whave had three good rnpa ann MOO pSIOea loi them, vie havi tie. II free of hurricanes, there havi been no epidemics; and good inlustrlal and community relations nod Oui neigha> On pai S Mr. Cuke In .London LON I'll A. Cuke and M MeOw irrtvad lodaj f i,.., i nj Ihi Pood Ministry the price to le paid for Hit IW.'.3 KUgar crop Ik-lesate fioin M.inoiiweaith sugar urodm-ing countries are also in n and there will tan in nal meeting probubl> toiooi : before un upproht-h in made ihe Ministry -ir M I Kl II \V \ii Retired (ien. Criti'ises Mr. Truman MW f Allwrt ll %  repni 1 .1 K' .: rondiet which i ii hat C.en W. i I I jhlican uiquickly tccured /axa/ Agmtt: S. P. MUSSOH, SON & Co ltd %  ROAD STREfc1 P.O. Bos 7, Phone 4*65





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PAGE TWO t BARBADOS AVDVOf ATr a/tib QaUinq TUESDAY, N-OVF.MBFR 4, 1S4 FIGURES IN 'WFnniNG OF THE YEAR' Canon Warner 1 ._VOC/ Ihe 8 o'clock. Commi. St. Michael's Cahedral i Sunday morning. This w.i a ff peel to Mil (nr Englmd todj before uoing on to II i %  *5 will UlM i Lin I iiiy Tnmitrrmc M R. AND MKS A A. Me FADDfcX of Cuidsd-Bollva,, who are at present holidaying • >cean View expeci %  ••• <>n Wednead^y by the f > tumble for La Ouall their ivuy home Mr. an. ,| (ten wUo rig leave in the d here a week **-. wftl i.'ughter Laura whom theput to school al Codrlngton Mi. Mr Paddrn is an engineer u. s. stcei ,„ 55331 %  ''•/. „,. Mn/Mhv /"-AITAlr. and Mr,. John Bnldei 1 ,v" d c i l ''' ln and "• smlih of Toronto, arrived hut "'•' %  I. l> T.C.A. For a holiday H ,re UMU •' "" 'i"" 1 £ %  £"''" Sn der •" d c.pi.i, SSh T.CA P " '""""' <•* /„ A-/. /.„,.,•„ M';, A ""> "• %  0 MILNT MARSHALL and „„., rt.ughl. r returned to St Lucl. b, B.W1.A.. on Saturday |.,| „,,,.; %  holiday. Abo returning to Se Lucia b. Inc same opportunity was Mr. '"''"' V ' (ft Immnmm 1 \fl> AMI MHS. DENIS %  I: no(Si LU CUJ .,„, arrlv ., pr „. I H.W.I.A. „n Saturday lav ( -">e EUi-lric Mm "llday. ^&V ^ff y r!* W ,h ^ '"> %  "". %  unit Caiam m *> S ilt CEOUUE SEEl r, !" V ZQ f 2500 troller Qf J£0i P Ashl; One Box ;E; T„...U.C. % B B r T, S U n " M1 S/wuid T/iis Woman We^? "The Church ON ;: IVI OP IHfll M..I.AGI. I or.l Ogllvv. 16. moat &f lig.ble baehelor A l) hnr-M. Mlts Virginia Forlunt Ryan, in 1 this welding of U. S. wealth and Br.ti> h < con nl d<-ret I "the * 'dltuj of tht year." Lord Ogilvy arcs ones Ihoui P rgaraTi best beau. Miu Ryan Is the great tar of lb* latt Thou %  fortune Hvan (lniernaii n n-i T IC I I'riziH in in 1 results Of tha Kim:l-r./e Winnerh,i\. HOI til ll.illil. Till : .: — %  • %  """a ana |ia !" iiKri. iva\ • gntoful 10 the varioili arm. ,n lh ? island by B.W.I.A. yester'who donated Aha **•> morning enroute to the U.S.A. InifrfiniliStay jyf IIS. AHTHUR RAMSAY City 1 mi* cit-iii lanuii drier Mi % %  K CPo n oi. MM COM Bin Colin Vaughn; One Denton Chin Ornament Miss Elsie Pilgrii 1 One Pair Shorts made to oidai Mrs. Alma Hutchinson; Ca>h $23.00 — Miss Audr y ( !i K-olates—Dr. OH Bottle Whiaky S. Crichlow; One suit ./here she will remain fo. -n inderlnite stay. Mr*. Ramsay is the daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Douglas of 'Aeadla', Government HiU. At the airport to see her off were many relatives and friends Many Uap/iy Return$ f ANY happy returns to Misses 9 M A -Miss S. Crichlow; One suit cu*o T *Ju*n Ureaves and Lorraine Sunday night. A " Dr. A. W. Storey; One Therm..Chirke who celebrate their blrthMr Earlc Hemnel Cnrti.K^-F,a k — Mr s R Taylor; One days today. A jolly time to you %  I .r.duagMiss Nell Hall; both " d best wisne-s for the Mad to the island after two " c *••*— Mu Audrey Ashby; '""' * One China Ornament — Ml B / nsimfrrrfa THOMAS, U Of Demerara Assurance, recently J for Trinidad wherv A. Hall he has been transferred to the 1 u, HOIUO or* ioviBfosa to. 1 h| n G fi-lrlltaxt Haw *""" "* "" %  •• •*> wfctc* rout on rufci-uis'ss .".I. Suffia-sE-s JI.'S. married and has a family. I MARCH ti u \rrnn. m i*rt- — have liked many men but have iS*!!.? * % 0 %  • OJ, •'"• *•""* to" "" loved none i^m now 38 and 5^:''"^!^ ,^^'"^2^ a man has asked me to marry w. vm, mhnir-iiy mt-iir-n him. I like him l,ul %  •"' %  %  •"•'^ *•"•' him. Is it wise to let ham go .-. %  M ., „ -.* %  -. rs and hope someone else will ask .,, *££*!? impre.„on m naht piacn has not fulfilled her destiny unt "-> ** •• *ioiar at ILNI less she has children JErM P a7*wVrJ* € J %£ aM As humans we have links with imi-i Aip-*ct> favour aanaibto at_ the animal world, but our mission """ %  "•" *!' %  Domaatie affair. m life Is wider The capacity for "%£& £ %  )V(I „ •elfless low in the tcrvic of God w !" w3&ZZ r m W*2* 1 *! !" and our fellow men is the halli-tta*. t>ot>i>ir mt, „i ),--|,.i* n t i mark of a human beinK. Thnt's b "" •""-< ress*. ni iha. ,-.,, i. where our life's mission lies. HSmXSk~' r,m 'S mm k n w You see the point? This selfless •nrrnanta n u otTonica I love is the alorv of marriage It •-*•*••> — Promota -ro-jr *n abinu ( . all the services women render to aonvitie* t^. brans Mm-than-aa-ad r* society a i* j,• ocronaa t u MOVIXSIK I "' % %  III.III iKaarfSil — Can tntkidrr>bl Should vou marry this man 1 '*" dw "> * (..iiowina natural in.iu.ei*. The answer turn, on what you f£ T \t?%TJS? "^e-2 "^ think love means. Falling m ^ peatw-a. love' is a poor reason for setting Noviamga u ia DKIMIII your hand to the Ufelon adven<*•••"' %  • Your ptanri* favoui 22 1 ££•! *"•'• " • ; i -"-' "'"•— "".-". SE more to it ihan romantic yearncWhim. •>ni>rtaini<>*>>t aim rate %  ngs. Fundame„,„l..y, love mean. ^SSST"o,T. .XEX'l dedication — giving yourself, tabu. *P*<-iall> in any vrloua bbU. That IS the only right basts for Clavet manasrmmt can turn a mrdi rnarrl aga lining made your decision, JAI ARV n t* rinatABt rOU will stick to it. and if later IA 0 ...I. uni. aaajaatoos ,., on you find the prospect of %  ** unmawd t'.mantlc love with someone ele D^.-if"".!!.,^ >ou will reject it out of hand. You will dismiss the temptanaat'ABY ti u MARCH n ipum tion as destructive of marriage to : .?• d "f" bU fi SS^^J^SSS which you have deliberately" set tS&jgT £SSSg JStSS >OUF hand. favourable atptet So do not be goaded into marvou BORN TODAY M... pianei nage by false ideas of a woman's ?' '"'" 1 '" !" '^;. T1 nd y^^SZ mission But If your feelings about I ,„ 0 n Jn "1,; "^ vimr friend stand Up to the tests >nilns, • %  ularar. rni>nainr. annt I have SUBgested, you OUght to ?*** rellalon moi*. and quirl momanli take h„ p,opol serioualy. %S^SSJS*1SSUr^^ Listening Itoitrs NOt ivvi n BM raradr. 7 OS p m Tha Nf I Horn* Ntwa Itotn Brllali am — laiin Lawrence. %  -— 1^ K %  '%  "Tri imiijirrn-a 10 IT Carib understands that the Trlnjdad Branch for an indefinite aftle of the Dolls of .ill Nations pwlod. %  .• of the Hoval ri'" akc pla B ^^ al c osmo P"' i: -"' Vnninen* anil PI,a* U n hi by n.W.I.A.. from Win ut:', ""'""•' "< " 'l"nd. Klilfrlr mill In/nnl Fly TogPlfa; A MONG the paaaengera on "i""" • B.O.A.C.S and B.W. I A S and M Dm l^inltOH BrTlVll.K -.1 "VI If M R MARTIN KEIFT, ExecuII ve Secret Ml Hi M Jf {"''• l>o la married i„ Ml.s K.ilhleen Inoe, ariouled dau.hti-r „! Ihe late Mr |f N Leic-k J, n ,| Mrs. Leaeook. will leave Ic-day by Ihe ., tlianle M r.., Amsterdam. !" v B.O.A.C. S and B.W. I. A S On his arrival al the alttKltt he • #rv,c e from Ixmrton, arriving ut " met by Mr D. G liaeock r '"" l Thursday last wrek Pre*H!i.|B ,,f Ihp Chamber of Comwere MrB A Barunrd. an-d at meree w*Hisr Kuesl he was during >*•. and infant Brian, aged 4 %  I OTisIJlaj months, who will be joinimIn /'/l/.S. piirenls In SI. Lucia. M K.1..C A COPPIN, wife „f Mr *' % 1 !" 1 •T"'ed In Barb.iC A. Coppln. fonrwrli 1"" T 5 ,un,, IM Brian had Oovern—nl Annl.sl %  ,, "'''" '" "'" '"" "' ".W.I.A. since piisseiiKer for the" USA vl', „ avm ll l^'ndon. Hostess Loma Pui-il" Hi,,, l„ B.W.I.A ycslerd.v' J ,rnl r "'lurninii Irom ., holl. __ %  %  %  y "n Europe, ha. .,rl,-,l ,„ |.,„ U.S. '.'0/1.11/ Cvnrrtll lrenln during Ihe Journey. M R W. p MADDOX Unlle.1 d jt!"" "'' h rl ""' '" Tn i Sl.t ConJul^nera? Tn CailT" c Mr T" *" .ye**u_*. nslAs Communic.iDirector of Agrlcultu %  I'n dad and Mrs. Williams wx.. arrival, by B.W.I.A. on Sunday Mr. Willlama will allcnd 11 meel' ig of ihe Central Sugar Can. 'ding Station aftci William, holiday. *-hlch hi ill %  • % %  < Indie, arrived "i rrlmdari on Sunday nlghl lo make a general supervision of Ihe area He waa nvH %  ) Seawell Airport by Mr Henry o Ramuy, Unlleil Slaies Consul al Bridgetown and Mr. Ramsay whose guest he will — T ." rl " n '• -V In Ihl. Island "a. Mr. George Roddam, Engineer Madiio, '" V "" lor Mr Mart""""" "•"•"•"•H CorpSS lions Superintend Inlrnntil A ISO arriving In Uw ., J %  on Sunday by B W.I.A. f,„„ nidad Inlranalt to Dominic. olnn.' f Rupert and the Butterflies—7 W • crotiihi U n flower, toward* the buiirtlly. and io his delight iht ovt.y crejfure cnwl. on to t bloiom nd tun there. ADVOCATE BRIDGE %  y M. Harrison Cray Dealer: South, ( % %  mr alL N. C 1 91 i 9 9 i f i w ID K 10 ft 4 KJQfi U||2 f AKIOJ > 37flj *. V A K J S S 4 3 C A QG I, A take-out doub'e o; g siroog Two-bid was made on 'hir. hand when the Bn:i>l. warn p.ayed Italv in tne i'-' | ID internat lonal tournamen: of 1951 Our South players Two fp-tde* %  doubled bv Wrst North bid Three a^fcdaa g-ast passea and Homh bid name West led K ..* A i nd 9 10 •'" r"itn ran off all his Soades WIIM wan iBim nj itsi *-lut> li. tiai no rtrape Iron, • %  "d piay—it did no: wlvcli four red rard' lamed man. were In Room 3 the Brn:sh We.M doubled an opening One Spade, and the defon, aanir.,the same Hunt .on trace was helped bv the !"1*1 East in able to bio Clubs West led K frjl ioed by O 3. a* Bast's play he lirld %  Q T %  2 J killed any chance of r> endplav. TIII %  oro>. (.( %  ment. R>p. p m Rrndarvoui T S p m PerI'iptraii. SO* p.m. Charlie Xuni p m Radio Nvwtrorl. IX pm Openlna of Parlomant. B U p m 1 From Brllam. t 00 p m PhiliMl* Oirhntra, 10 00 p m Th* 10 10 p m From Th gdllqr'*)* P m MoeaT Mrlairi-n Talkots GLOB f:.'. TODAY ONLY. it. & g.38 "WABA81I AVENUaT Uotty Grable Victor Mature And "BRAHMKR IM11 DLOON" George Montgomvr> PI* I2r., Circle 24c.. House 34V Baleonj 60c, Box 72c. Kids 'i I'rlce at Matinee TOMORROW A THURSDAY. 4.45 A ft 30 P.M. "WHIRLPOOLH i chard Contv and Ceno Turney Jose Ferrer And \*-N at tht Butcher's Tripe Romaine By HELEN BURKE WHEN you sea tripe, do not think only of tripe and onions and the usual white lauce. Here is a new way to serve It For four parsons, buy about 2 lbs. of dressed tripe. Cut it into squares then wash and drain them. Meanwhile, melt l-2or butter or margarine In a large pan. Add a head of celery, cut into smallish pieces, two sliced large onions (Spanish, when possible), and three nice fat leeks, washed well, cut in*o inch lengths and washed again to get rid of all grit, and fry them together to a golden brown only. Add the tripe, cover and cook for 10 %  %  % % %  .t s Now add six chopped fairsized tomatoes, first peeled and with the seeds thumbed ouL If you have a little white wine add it, together with a pinch of grated nutmeg and pepper and salt to taste. Cover and cook very gently for on hour. Transfer to a large, shallow fireproof glass or earthenware dish, sprinkle with grated Parmesan cheese and brown under the grill. The oven is, of course, better. but why put it on when the grill will do the lob for you? Do not leave the room or answer the telephone because, on your return, you may find that the top has burned. WOaLD COPYRIGHT RCftKRVCD L. E. t. atr \Olft (//H/s/wts rial—I From Ihr AJkVOCATl >l\IH>\rj<',. "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved In 63-0%'of tha cases In doctor*' tosts! • Those suffocating "heat waves" — alternating wltb nervoua. clammy feelings and acoumpajited often by restless Irritability and nerrousnaaa — are well-known lo women suffering the functionally-caused dtatreaa of middle life "change-! You want relief from such suffering. And—chance* an— JOB can get It. Thrilling relief! Thankt to too famous Lydto Pink ham medicines' I a doc I or 11 m U Lydia Pin I h am %  Coaapound and Tablets brought ratte* from rrucb distress tn a) and 16% (raapa ot rfatyi of the oaa tasted. CoaapiaU or strlktrng rests/' Aaaaalng. you aay? Not to the many Uuwa ai n di of women who |BpW from aaparlance what these Lham medicines < Lydla Plnkham e l dot It eeti Uteotts* S woaaea't aa-wi•SIAaflo aareseu wmum •*> otaa i-aUef from me -ROI /tsaaer' saa eaaer fttaieataaelar-efaBMaft ste%  is/ MM." Their acUoc aotuaJlr la rery Try Uola FntHaDi'a on tha baala of nuidloalartdaDoc I Saa Uvoa. too. dont rain blaaaad rallal IroS tboaa •trrUlia -hot naanaaand wa ao a n ai T l .-atanaa ol >!.' Doat pU B ojl CM Ijdla Finkmeat Tipilalua compound or acu u a nroiaal Tablau wltb added Iron IMaJ sla. OKI, St,I. WonOtrl%l — too — for the fun, Uonal palna, cramoa, "draggad-oul and other dlacumfort u; OMBatrual Darlooal ItiiinitMirl ltintt> ToMDHIf >W UA'RUK T JOHN '! %  "" S t K pm %  L-'V IN *V Tt ,1 ISO | Wn-TERNR Kl I << %  s Re. BELL A, IIOOIIIII mil'.i M \> iTEh .is a i „ „ %  IOB TOI' I Dl caihi DOITMI ->M I fill \l; i or -II. M \ i El>aaKSOX Thuradai TRIMKC roi i: i M or I 1/tlS s I III I I Ml.lti.-1 WII.IIaNU Ih.iii-).) nnlv Paul Rubeaon -.I. mrsiH. John til'Al a OI'K'AST Or SIA'K MIR*" fharlr* 1TAHHFTT GLOBE OPENING FRIDAY 'he Immortal Classic of lean Valjrsui — who had the str.-in-iii of 10 men— lived the liven of two— and loved only once — JANETT/% inn ss .SHOP INeal Door to SINGER'S) ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE AT COST PBIC1 AMI UNDER COST. DRi:ssi:s for JII neraalen%. Blouses. .Skirts. Shorts. Jeans, Nylon Underwear and Stoe.ln.rs. HandbagH for Kvenlng and afternoon. Pantir-Glrdles. lA-k.-!.. I I I I I I SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS LADIES' CASUALS. Crepe Rubber Sole. While Buck. Navy Suede. While Buck Trim Red $8.77 CHILDREN'S TAN LEATHER SANDLES Crepe Rubber Soles—Siiei 7—10 $3 84 •• I '. H63 •• —• $5.M taa gy.. . Kavp touioyrTmr Thuraday only „ as a a is Hrpubhr Doubla -11 I'IIM, riRv I SUrrlns Roy Holwrta a Startiits'rTtday: c Kll'l I I I III I I, and ir TSU'r STORi Tony Curtl. Jnn aVarlfni Mmii — %  %  %  %  Kitr. > reel Munc.i Shltch II.% %  und hi. Ore. wllh DMl roran— The Deed Hid Kid. I'nivrriel Double MY OAI. 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II I Ml W NOVI MIIF.K 4. 1M2 BAKMAUOS ADVOCATt: PAGE MV Chief Justice Opens November Assizes Three Sentenced To 25'Fine Far Kecord Number Of Activity Slows ny^a^ lh "!5£"H*?—! ZSZSt Students At I.C.T.A. HIS LORDSHIP the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore, sentenced three of nine ulTendt'rs who pi.uded guilty to various offences, as the November sitting ..f the Court of Grand Sessions began yesterday, and postponed sentence on the other six until later in the Session*. &' Twenty-one pleas were taken and the other accused pleaded Hill. St Michael, as* to be paid not guilty. In aevcn * or rd labour Down On Wul erf ron I H H \ A. J. It Hanttie AsMstant Court of Vehicles had free accan in ing th* wharf yaatarday a* Cow Steakr Must Sefvtn 18 Months Twenty-eiht-year-old Denzil Sir Alfred And Lady Savage Say Goodbye for driving the motel cat M. 131 Bay Street at over .1:nBari per hour on August 7 this year. Their HOBOUkTI mi decision of Hll Worabdp |b < %  B. Grimth. Acting Police Magistrate of IT', \ who dls • inlsaed the case against Brew•ter. Sgt. W Forde who proaecuted for the Pollea .ippealed. The gpaad limit on Bay St Vrnm „__. nUaa par hour. b, H .r m the S-^ !" i-on.ble hav ,,„ Ka £.fortunate senate two^ ^^^S^^AJS^T^ tt £Tl S^I*^ ,.' tfl^gLtS yean imprisonment after she months imprisonment by His hp *"* ,M,in the speeds of veeconomy there ..re bound oh,. pleaded guilty to wounding 28Lordship the Chic. Justice Sir %  *** %  "> Bay Street when he "bad rears" and although till. year-old James Slocombe with • Allan Colly more after an Assure noticed the car M.I3I approachGovernment i.s lUinmng ahead t. knit.with intent to malm or dlajury found him guilty of stealing him and it appeared to h.MIS! figure him on September 27. I, 00 V,1 U 5SL*!? %  ,he R r Ptr ot %  £ ng. Cp!. Watson and anthe public, u will next the support Session. During the evening silting ol the Court. 28-ve-r-nld Denzil T ll orpa who had earlier pleaded not guilty to the larceny of a cow the property of Eli Harris of Fairvltw, St. George, was found guilty of committing the ofTeme and was sentenced to 18 months ,intnl. One of the other three sentenced was 32-year-old Una Bromeliy. a PKOKKSSOK C. V SHE!'HAR1>. Acting Principal ol the In i e Of Tropical Agriculture, told the Advocate yesterday that they have a record number of there was no great activity. %  ttttafttal this vear at the College on account of the larger Workmen along the waterfront number of Colonial Office Probationers, but the number Jft^ ^naVTwa^eaia^'aS or first year diploma students is the smallest for many few vessels were car !" iruToii aftth J BUI W Shephard .irrived i.rre their overweek discharge of cargo Mb) IUIA from Few push carts and lorries were to attend the meeting of een around this spot awaiting ei tfc* may respective consignment* of -argu frwm the Cmiltae. He is a guest at th. The Lad* Jou was also getting '"' '' (M M its overweeH cargo of %  *• Copra ami coco-nut plants which I \ were i.rnant in H mo ,i*hi fr.un St I-..-. immi WhatfmtTralue eoald oadcrfiii assMH S P Musson. Son l> Co from TO-yenr-oldKi; Horn's of'Fairview. Ah. p^kSW m 0* th. ptopl. of fil lalanTtd gSW a*!? EfS^S^SS^f OsioOWS TRINmAD Slocombe said that be used to St. George on September 12 this A cl.ck i < rj out the developmant whi< h >A t h h n was .!<-< ... J %  *.( Mist FRIMIIAD lend Bromelcy money, but after, year. speed and this showed that it 'h one ..! us wish to see. ,h;,t ,nc Industrie*' contributions Th( Caaaatiaa Can*trucl r hearing that she had a bad reputaHarris said he had bought the was driven at over 32 miles per "' do n 1 propose to speak at w uld ''** '""""ued during the ttf%rr rtuicharglng general cargo tion. he stopped. On September cow six davs before i was stolen hour. length on our work ben. W* n ** ; ,hrr n >< %  H ""h x Stationery leather shoes and •JT. wi ile tht) were standing at He kept it in an open pen on Fair n c noticed that the defendant *rtamly are not the best judges ol B further i \tension of the achaa* inpdicines' the corner of Suttle Street, they view Plantation whire both the Wil ,K C driver of the car th 1 but n ""1 "PiVM my rev '">'een pmsibl. '"•• #* < %  ol01 "*' him with a knife He was detained ocfore w stolen, he went to STOLE HATS to make any progress in the ectabDevelopnient and Welfare scheme at the hoanltal foi thiee weeks 5lwi P and lrfI il m xhc P cn "* lishment of a Port Committee of whl,h %  '• conthhuted to the „i dill iif.rl frnm ihe *ffe• — — *loaded cargo Barbados for Trinidad. ThConatnietar made its last Caribbean ciutse out of Montreil and is expected to call here on 01 about the 11th November be. fere returning to Montreal. *+a* killed Slocombe. In sentencing hi her, however, he would take into Thorpe went < sideration th' pleaded guilty. that she ton Plantation. Aubrey Wood, watchman of Mt Wilton Plantation said that Thorpe Sentence of six months' ima |go offtred to sell him the cow prisonment was passed on Alice for $50. He told Thorpe he would Small, a domestic servant of give him $45. but they did not towards Mt. Wllf j District "A" of stealing six nn>n —d human relations are ... .... tkj. mnrl I-IM^I-KI %  1_ VI. „K. mentioned Q.C.M. wa compMvd. anothn Indies fell hals from lhe store '"e mojt Imporlanl tiotors In UI Gale u lormjr student of tn eelltullch .„,,,, ,,. Ji K vetletila. ol Mr. W. A. Cnmtlv U 8wn '"" T ,h P"" en nd goodwill, lege visited the institution recentl, J;"' unll ,„„ „ ,„„ u ,, -; Street gnwtlm. between Apr.l ';' wllIjolv. nujjo; to tod, progre-s m eoco. reJLJ?B £, ff. &£ Small, a domestle servant ot give him $45, bul thev did not ... ui, ?....!. i,J n>'.. ,.J! U !" .,. munltles and as bttween nations, lonnerlv Prlnelpal .: Tudor Street. City, after she come to terma. Uler the poliee ,„; v fl! "YJiTil ...InO Mi ' tr *" '" %  ,h Domeatle Sugar FMtMMt Shephard pleaded guilty ol assaulting P.C. were summoned and Thorpe orM',^., H .'. I.I,.,, Agreement will be developed durrecently left Trlnlda ?.._. 7. %  __.__ ^..H_ ._ ..._ ........I WlUetKls UiUSU.il. Itl. thp nr.*, luiriv. ...mlh. i.l. __ i... ...... ,~ u-... was sern by Ing the next twelve months into n '< c. r Barbados Sugar Bo-rd will "' E ? sentatlves of producers (both ,. Tudor Pacing along Fair View on hi. g"eet and hen arted by ^Cpl. ,„.„ and „,,,,„, proprieloaa). ,nd whin 2 "• %  > work oboutS a.m. when he B > what he had In the grip he „, nl p|„ y eea and of fiovernmenl saw the cow Tile cow seemed "" "way. In his run Hindi tlmw Co-operation Is lhe keynote ol . It ...... ..* '..tl.iv.. b a Clairmonte Foster while in the rested. exLvution of his duty. Addressing the jury from the '" a ,, a t|)t Foster said that Small wasuiing do ^ k l uT ho ,Pr flr,t "' d that h *" S "-"" indecent Street on June 30 between comAsked aboul Mr H. J. Page *****. —* %  %  *"' \" n i vioiu,. formerly Principal of the 1CT.A. ,l r oin f' t f* >r J^ I h |. w "' r ird said that he *"" • tc '" v "" do rk idad for England his way to Rome where he will %  k< u| Ml new post with F.A.O Mr. Page was accompanied by his attempted to arrest her, she bit J u !, nd 'he carried it along the gri, in a store at Roebuck SUfCCM ln industry. him on his linger. with him Street, Cpl. Byer who chased the She had also been charged with .j c alcr K „t d that Wood the defendant opened the grip and Government Kinplovees wounding with intent, but she wa tchman offered to sell him the noticed that tt cootaUMd pleaded not gulltv to this count. „,. hats which were later ldentine-.i "A brief llnal word to those Before sentencing him. His to be the property of Mr. W. A. you who are employed i %  ii Sentence 1'ostwmed Lordship said that there were Griffith. other cases pending against him. GOVEItNO* QHSNS tat \<:u. Heavy Rainfall In St. Thomas Thomas experienced. (". 1. Sentence was postponed Iff. though U itfThat cour" He would UHIAWPI'I. I-OSSMSION ment. 1 think il was appropriate that my final official conference heavy i-mf.ll on Sunday, pagjSgnl pmpi ietorj .in* look i nrwaVd to .i motleraUily goo, Niclti of ground provisions to irds late December and ll< curly part of nexl year. l.ig.. on Saturday w Uves of the Ci rilh lepresentayrar-oUl Oottfray Simnmiuls who ..*..,,i> n t tnko that into ac, guilty of breaking into KSTVfi hao p\-adeo Su.hy WjJ Wor h *L > U; g| B ( ? r 2?" *' Aaaoctollon. 1 am gratethe building of Cyril Springer md S U d have taken %  more yesterday fined Darnley Simpson f u l t„ the public seivice for the stealing a bag of stock leed on fenlent lew of the matter, but J %  "*•_"'' Pg2 fi0 me as Head of the fUBH U h^vir, stolen the COW. h had Rock. St. Michael. 15'foi the civil Berrtce I have played %  hav n L out the blami on the unlawful possession of poUtoe-. small part in the strengthening of Sentence on Eustace Springer w tchtnan Cow stealing was a Simpson was seen by Potseo the structure of the service and I w..s postponed until later in the v rv serious offence. Constable Wilkinson with the ihall watch with deep interest its sessions when he pleaded guilty |f e sentenced him to 18 months potatoes The One Is to be paid development wjth traditions of sernprisonment. I > M dgyg or 21 dajn impri nreaklng and entering th.i dwelling house of Bernard Conduit on October 6. and stealing a Colt automatic pistol value $14.40 and 30O In money. Sentence OB) Steadman Adams was also postponed after he pleadFarewell Salute SL Andrew Roads For Governor Iron, page 1 gt From page 1 aUon' live federal d' partmentl have been abolished In lbs (n "tVi' ni rtTer,t' showers also past eighteen months, agriculture, throughout the parish yesterday ration, engineering, medical The canes in this pans i an II of thi' Civil %  veterinaryA large number nmong the beat seen In the island %  f items of expenditure have been and the yann and eddoes ai. %  .1 Minn the federal to thriving well. A resident said lb' ,,,.• prcMdenllal budget* where while lb.rahifall ha> not been | inora praparly belong and mod as In UM l.t two years, i very new pee of legislation Is' fell nmie frequenUy than xaminod to -e whether it can be or \ M 0 |her parishes, ntroduced on a presidential |H R< H REPAIRS : iihei than a lederal basis. This —-— .rtion has had no ill effects beIn St -Thomas;. repairs arc be n. p an are '..,>,:•, on^amctm of rrttd out tOJLn* Holy III %  I will now ask my wife to say AllUgul a|M | st. KitU provide Church, and tlu l'.o -b apeciatlst advice to me smaller presidencies. I hope Montaerrat %  v and the Virgin Islands do not feel the abolition of these federal posts the vice to the pufilic whose servants „. '"iinooant l I.e.." ufftce at UcnnetU Is being (leaned up with* a view of bringing it into line with the dwelling house at Bennetts Plantation At Airy Cot I the s.-me pa rim lhe St. Thomas Highway Con. adonan are carrying out ftn| ...1 iep.ors to tintoad laattaTo thhome here in Government HoUM Mw '"" 11 1 '" November last. s XAM i NINr ; PATIENTH. =5St{g sSWSfrl SSLSSSS J£SVK JSdSJ Ind aiaSwill "f .1 tive Council. The Sectary of ItTdav. Di K It ( .Me. I-M < leSKS. Sf ScraSun v t' >s since agreed that the S S. JohA was examm n, OUt v.. luve made man, friend, number of repre^ntative memll niU. Dr t .„ or j.sIU tlid we intend to see them ber> OD the F-xecutive Council be 'nHrmary on Mondays „nd Thun a few words.' I >i lv Savage said : "Toinnrro'v will be for my husband a id me for we ^ %  "" 'STt we",n.fl "reme'mtJr '""' %  l "" 1 "-' ""'" "*~II remember ^ |n ,,.,.,,.. enterMISS BIM. the Auster light notion .it Ike bridge is down and ny"." mg the "store o?Y Sum. at aeroplane of th. Bl.A.f. will y „, ,,. ,„, wjU r As will, alTvl ,. you £ -~ j-^J 1 anchor and sails rlie-t.-n'ielil Alleyne pleaded Bay. ... „ l o get bom guilty lo stealing 11 quantity of On board will be HI, Ex.elleney ,l„, lead on June U, the property of lhe Governor and Udy Savage ,,„„, f „ r |, uhil „|i„ n Dean and Rector ol St. on their way to England prim 10 T|Ui al) Wil teico Ur ^. contlnu Governor of aback if the Hmklyn Oa and Mlclmel The lead was llxed on "^ng up dulle. lhe t-huieh 11.10... Alter remarkBrltllh Culnn. ing lhat lead stealing was very At *"^. ; lvlo .... •.-""'""'";;;, ""' %  %  ""' w d our bl ,.rev ..lent. HI. Lordship postponed ^ n de !" ,rTonlroll^ ... Cvil gj' ., < Jf^,^ every. •"""" Aviation and Airport nui>J"" o bulldozer was us.,1 lo level off ,""" Itf, l...id.hi|. UN poatponed With him will I* Mr-";^"J' !" some of th, lopoa ihlA bad "£ Coral l-,v,ll who and Mr. Toppm. member! of Uw ^ ._ .„ W, M the Control, of MISS B ,M J g jfg £ ar^ck ,11 be Squadron Leader; i>vi<} k|m| of h lbiIa )MI1 Aflrr ^ wad ou r boat wishes far your Controller of Civil h ( ,, d 5 covery. wltha special greeting to those we kn Laiaretto %  i IrOtn Hire.' tii *iix. e "Thirdly the referent* "f lhe H.mmiond repotl '< tbf ivil seronl ol me and professional associations at the have complied extremely well th requests for commenti and I ntencing Coral Lovell who l %  ropla I Club pleaded guilty to the larceny of t-**hi / 5100. the property of his em, -, ployers. Purity Bakeries Ltd.. on rtCnCtl rOrCL'lf September 22. Seymour Clark* a chauffeur, CT08S KlVer pleaded guilty to breaking and 1NDO C I1NA( Nov. 3 ass?I,, VJS n„'ocXr? iss s !" .ubegun to slip away and grass planted to bind the soil. These %  %  were not enough t" prevent further erosion. _,_ and most of the sand which hnd m h been put lo support the road, and the grass, have again been washed ich one of you goo.I think H f a j r to iay tnat W hile they happiness IWITi h and happiness in the „,,,,,. wltn mn ny reeommenda_ ., •„ tlons in the report, that I II -. "May God bless you all. Goodtcnfril disappointment OVfJ tbl -it a nd Good-bye question of salarle-. This Co UiefJ and the lTesidentn.1— Council must DECREE NISI " w consider the report in the days. The Aim*'.ous.' has 71 ininati V males 32 f.-iiwili-v (->. %  %  gull. The Matron lld Ihf Advocate "There is an isolalio-: ward, hu at present we have no isolaU< rases In the Court of Div forces mile Dark Hole, the road which Matrimonial Causes last Fi light of comments received .md i day determine the soonest extent of ,, .onnects up Seniors and Park-. Mr""Justice JJ. W. H CheneVv 'he impipmriilalinn and whether and stealing a valise, a crocus bax crossed the ""*"*", %„,-„(, ha* alto been damaged Within i. pronounced decree nisi in the lull modifications are need d regarding mid $280 in money, the property north-we^i oi !" """ „_.,. few yards of a section undeof A. 1. Inniss, petitioner. O lnnis>. lnrni> of his brother. His Lordship 'he undefended, war-ruineu iw npBlfi ;in other section brok • ,esponde.it. and S. Squires C< postponed sentence. of,""* TJ^L* met only "gJZ nnd w carrled int0 ,n Pon*t The French troops mei w rivcr Mr E K Wak0 „ QC Jones suld that it was an awful light resistance from an esnWork haA t0 ^ abaDdon''i iructcd by Mr. E. I> tl Ini lof blan to have to prosecute mated Battalion of Communist temporarily, and It is su-geste.l Appeared for the petitioner M his brother. Since he had been led Vietminh In pushlnn offensive 1(l-il _, IM W |)Vlrt ,hould be v'. c. Husbands appeared f. i tl < hinged, Clarke's father was willreconnaisanre after the caruai „„, V ing slightly out of line with respondent. A croa. ing to make satisfaction and he crossing of the Black Hivei ma n ,.i damaged section which brought by the Nspondont w. Loped the Court would deal a corridor of territory long held frequently slips with heavy rains, dismissed. leniently with him. by Vietminh. —CJf. 4>t#t<<( t *, t IHMIHUQI | am >gp, T a t a i,,,.,..,... iNot The Boxer The Sm King who was fined for gambling on Thimday l...i uma not S*m King the boxer of Tudor Itridge. Diamond Uln** I.OUIS I.. BAiXEY Rnl inn Lane +• &f &f < £adt one a dsiiqhil PRESENTATION GIFT BOXES OF CHOCOLATES Maraschino Cherries Pol of Gold Luxury Picture BMPM M lb. .. I I"t lb.. .. 3 Iks II. .1 II". H & I lb. Black Magic Hj lb. ., I lb. .. I". lbs. Picture Boxea TJtoiAA Cadbuhi} KNIGHTS LTD. What's C.P.A. It's Colt pe tractor lower C P.A il only one of the reasons why farmers call Dae.d Brown the world's finest. Invest In a ••Cropmiiter" and ,ou Inseit in the Mum. You II get It back IN right in running economy, lower fuel oil!!. more work per Zl w. f es. and better satitlied worked at that. Remember. with the David Brown Plan, you CAN afford a •CROPMASTErV ifZk REGARDING


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TOMMY, NOVEMBER 4. 1MI BABBAIHrS ADVOCATE PAcn Girl Guides Assoc. Report Following is the Reuori of ihe sB tT 1 0 $T Voy^Following is ih!Kvpori of the Utri Guides' Associal on for the *rm a vNt iflth October, 19a] — 31 only 1 Ahead of us lies a very busy unable to .attend and Lady Colly>'*• ,or lnc Coronation takes kindly opened the Fair place on Tuesday, 2nd June. J^.. !" !" *.??!** We set ourselves a target of $3,840 Many of us can remember the (£800). and we ju*t railed Coronation in 1837 and know that to reach it The results are now• %  ui our small Island the pledge our loyalty and one feels part of our Coron-iti,.., celebreev#r v "> satisfactory ..nd the net '"c-* 1 celebration* will entail a that ihe Promise has %  deeper tioro i h propo*ed H> have snother P 1 0 1 are 88.7S7.06. (4:184. 16s. *reet deal of preparation and eignilk-ance for us. for our Queen Tiaimna cii,p ana to Inyitei <•'>• We give our grateful thanks work. We do not know yet what W a member ot the greai MoveGulden* from the . si' YEAST-PHOS GENERAl TONIC For TOOTAL week the spotlight falls on LOMBIA ever remember tha; the* ST* £."£ Alf 22 BIUl %  .V* hard nf li-Sal T SL T T S T^S Inspiration for .he worthy iifeof age and hope they will be vcrv ami rawri a rM^.l^rahU ...^ „f r *270.48. t.i Mrs. D Lucie-Smlth I KZ, „ _.* X ".r" age and hope they wiU be very and rated"** C4aliidamWsf*turn~"of or L 27648 ' M rs D Lucle-Si happy tn British Guiana. We are money to defrav the expen,ses of who * P"ly nrrangeel the artvery rorry to lose our President their camp. With their Captain as vertisements. to ul] those who for Lady Savage has always Commandant they went to Trims* av donations, books and other *hown such a very keen interest dad and by kind] permission of B'fls and to the public who nped Guide Is liesl cx|*ressed %  acred words Freely ye have received, freely Kive." What can i Guide glee to the cause? Bail upthustasm — a bored or indifferent Fmpire Initth Sunday all our activities. We should the Association there like to take this opportunity lo Headquarters. the Guides of Dril,h Gul.a our ifj? 1 ?"? '^Si*' V^T,, ": ?. r T l, i' !" Bm 1 Ho> -' %  "" !" WW. Look tor and Tke Chief Guldr'. ClMlloae ,i„, I.....„,.. r,r,l cl,„ Cu.dM wrl P.x Hill .omMhlr,, for „rr,rtod> el. A Thr (-hior Ouldfr'i Challcng* i& Jan Hudson a Fir-t CUM Brownlo. chsetful and helpful girl has found the Guide* of Ihe C njo nit i has We ..inara.ul.itc these llrls on 'nunediatelj afu-i thv Ajuiual >he true spirit of GuidingIn this created a mat tntereit end 2* ihelr achiev.inonl. 1 wonder when Meeting "Ml year, although *e spt'H *e shall bes. play our part Companies in the Island accepted we shall have a Queen's Guide? did not have Use funds, it waa In the celebration of the Coron..ihe challenge to Achievement. | know it is difficult for Guiders decided to build the wall alunation Year. The Overseas [>epartmenl at Imof Elementary School Companies the southern boundary. Thu perlal llcackiuarlers has been rewhose Gu des leave school at 14 M0 feet of wall was mushed .eivlng many parcels from all years of age. to do more than tl:e belure ciirislmaa and cost Sa l;i parts of the bnplre and those of 2nd Class badse. There are nov,u With the balance of tba ,, .'.i.,s usj*n know tha. Omce. are wonever other Gu.de Companies bel eI1| ,„„ rauntin. die buildlni denns. how for lack of space, they aides those in the Elementary „,„ u,, *C r VT. Tilt, are going^to rmndle thaa. bulk. School, and I should like lo lee "" "".'^J^h.d ^o t".-^ ZX£Z?Ei£ "" """"*'"' k"' SaKT SA £"£%& • ^^ and liava boiujht a typawrlter. Numbers Division 4. Si. Michael, *• balance In hand to data is The Movement steadily grows SJ.A.B 1720.54. and .he return shows an increase Tn raBmb .„ ol D | vlllun s ,, will be irnpoaslble lo have a 2? |S2T ^ ,d S £? p T'll. 4 l 1 ^''"l <" 'h St. Jonn Ampul* """ %  >" and 13th and 2 Brownie Packs Bnco ,„ G !to „„mper, of Coronation puns, but we SS!.TS r B .1,, n "r!" ^K; %  " T ''" Gu "d ma Sheila have lo ran. a Itttle men,, to „ IU „,„ > rW 2 Tl Sea Ranger Crew Tfimea. 1> "* r n Ulvlslonal Supermtencarry out ome of our plans. We RrfHlve. r !"!" 72 i ? dB """""""k lo catalogue .he must bear In m.nd that i. is ,„ SStlOn r. !" ntr^r.h ( „e.l^ iJT. BJlrS book "" ">' Ubrary for Ihe enentUl that our Headquarter. p|, „,„,. 3fftS K !" Public W.rd.. ,.f the General Ho.ahould be surrounded S wall, S Sat members^nd^reerust. ^ 'ih !" SL2r-35* <*?..'! ur "..'" "< "}" %  ""-'" •>"!".", "TIRED" tmiffahl* •> % %  !?— -lirwl.-jyt bJn|. That. lU Itmr I1*1 Miiu. IMd* luair T I1IU IWd. WP — tuaWi* U tW*r tlw lrW-W-lufa| %  tHtii nd mru . KU (tSSI Hw >i">" U^UllMllnaK, INlitoSi. 1| Dodds Kidney Pills Rayon of unusual elegance So man/ beautiful designs Lovely ter tailored dresses Washes and wears perfectly Marked TEIILIZED for tested crease-resistance TOQTAL guaranteed French Airmen Out Rebel Supply Lirw^ nge anxiously awaited. HANOI. Nov 3 In i.t.1; airmen cut a vital rebel supply line 70 miles northwest of Hanoi today in the prelude to a possible malor counter ..ffensive. Plan*', dumped tons of Q B in *J 0 JJj naming napalm on both sides of 1hi* supply line of Vietmlnh Cnmit Yen Bay on the to other dmnnge. supply tostded (cimay :itf-i the total Is 1.234 (000 warnd 334 recruits), an increase of 56 over IBM bers arc as follows— Mr.|f OinJtIllbWnir UlV. .. distributing ine book, paiienls, for the Brigade has unpairs. dertaken to be responsible for thlK the built of wood and will need work. The members of the Division have also taken their share of the i'ubli duties during the year. Trefoil Guild am Thanks thanks are offered The membership of the Guild "'"" tounc ows slowly. ln P .pile of Mrs. *\ l !" "^ 'Uiihiaiati thx ..flit. a.,.i., u c -* 11 Commissioner af Police lor hie assistance at aU times and to the British Council for the monthly fighting [saged between reregrouped French forces and rebels for rive days. Tod* the first time the skies had y^ cleared suffleiently for aerial action and French plane* went up ,n force. U4 grows O' Ma honey, thi We hope that old Guides, many of "'t^maTof nd there arc a g J" ld "" them in this Ml Williams, and very Laburd the left for teful t.i CommUErench Deputy Dies acted PARIS Mr. Luis Polhn. 73. Independent Republican Deputy from Paris Wc have stressed many times uu "• l f or undertaking the Pawl Stall ,slBnft Commlasioner. who ns.-ind was Minister in six Cabinets attached t<. ny school) could bo at the Fair and which rcalLied %  umed ,h duties .! the Island between 1039 and 1940 These formed with Pax Hill as headaa-i a? Secretary. included Portfolios of Merchant The ffSBOm obUined Gu ^„ Wtt? Memor^I ^SSS F Xl "' warronts_durlng_the year:g^,,,. for „ M ^ Klog J Sl wonderful Michael'! til'IIIE CAPTAINS Mi*. A. w s.<>tt (Ut Barbados) MiM G. K. J. Ilowen (4th badbe). (.111)1 LIKCTENANTS !" tt <* lh ' Mrs. R. Taylor (fith Barbadoa). Ro to be In touch \ w-iimlnloners from all parts Cathadral , Uth F, h <.„„,„„„,,,.„„„ .„,, BJV_ III M It v the t'Uv Illeudrd and Kidlled %  HI Ttarii mm HTM AN gooch KMrlns tha -*| ' %  wed i'M ean 'reu**4.%  re |iinni(M M • iitlsfaeiloe %  1. .-I<1 dlMMlSfSOlOf. rise ihe It or refune i* artc* i-.eJ pay UM ostt laearrw In ..' %  hlnt^a 1-.-. 'a...!**. LOMBIA A TOOTAL guaranteed fabric unlVirturiate that tha Chief Scout. Ided Lord Which were com daft BBS the Miss A. "E. M. Griffith (8th BurdMth of H.M. the King. On Thursbados). Miss M. I. Bynoe (13th da y%  '* %  Tebruary. I-otd Rowali realise that one's difficulties %  ned trifling compnred with %  of those In other parts of Barbados). Ms. I O. Kirton (24th Ian honoured the Guides by ^on^iSh "AUBUSI we visite-l the Barbados). MlssC.W. Smith (3oth attending a Rally of Town Comi-SLJSlL.V"^"1* •*/, V?T. n.ZT Barbados). Miss N. O. Davis ,33rd panieT^nd Packs at Pax Hill. {SSSfig 1 C ?Sraet„Silv w Barhadosi. 6S0 Rangers. Guide-, Brownies ^T. 5, "' RANGER I.IEITENANT — • *-*— did * • ou D. K. Mahon. (S.B.S. inspecting the Parade the Chief Scout gave the girls a most inataM Wren). The number Gulder* Is much | hoped that these recruits will make a special effort fb obtain their warrants ns oon ns possible. RecrulL^ ore not Included in our numbers to Imperial Headquar-entntlve. had to Scott. day o' md with .-.it.a i-ii i ,'Ould a..... ramps. stretchinK aoto the snifters. pjn& d Ct ^ 14 *? T m tmco as far U one could see. Flimnee t Th* 1 J.' n !l51 ^ ff?'? w WH f "" %  • wire nearly 1.000 Guides The Association is grateful to held at St. Mlrhnel s Girls School camp | njr Bpd j finnot venture to Government for the onnual Grant on Sunday. 24th February. 059 Mv how thousands of of $384.00. This year opr subRangers. Guides %  script ons have been paid by the vere present. Shoes For the whole Family/ /YISLIMCKS SKA1.IMJIS SUBMARINES GARDEN SETS 1)1 II.IS . tbev sleep ud cry and stretch and they have real hair! CANNONS GUNS i.h nips WiSl'l I \l. CARS and Slrelclier I'utirnl MUSIC . with %  Guitar . Clarinet . Concertina Moutbargan . Xlyo. . I PLASTIC TOYS—an etio, mous range of inexperisive and well made toys priced as low ai 9c. ph. RAINBOW HUMMING TOPS — hnce ones that play %  tune' %  $4.00 J3 £*#£*= ItlltittitOS CO-OP. COTTOJV FACTORY LTD. PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR & OVER III AM IlltOS St Prince Wm. Henry SOME OF THE THOUSAND LINES No. 6 46 and 53 Swan St. AT LOW PRICES. HOI".SI H1H.lt Bed Tick M Ins.—9tr. Bed Spread—S4.I2 and tS.2.1 Blankets—11.72 Fnrrii.liiiii: Fabric 48 ins. SI.17 and up Cretonnes—69c. I Bed Sheets—$3.M and 15.75 Bedroom Ruga—$3.12 Veil. Oishes—81.27 and 52.60 : Lunch llai;s—S.1.32 up : Suitcases—$1.1)8 up Curtain I ... .-—Wide Variety Mosquito Nets. Large—$6.42 Kitchen Towels—64c. Bath Towels. Turkish—$1.20 .Straw Mats, Large Mr. LADIES I Cotton Vests—2 for 51 mi Cotton Fugi—48r.. S6c Cotton Panties — 1 lor ll.M Plain Spuns— 72c. up pairs Linen for Uniforms—kSc. un'' 1 i VIM Stockings—2 for $1.00 up pairs Silk Fujetle—64c. up Nylon Stockings—$1.88 a pair { „| Sharkskin Woven—$2.02 Silk Panties—-72c. a pair l nit.ui Hankies—12c. up Ladles' Anklets—24c. up I Straw Hats—2 for $1.00 : Evening Bags $1.50 I Hollywood Crepe11.24 a yd. I French Crepe—Mr. a yd. Printed Spuns—72c. up | Water Taffeta—99c. Silk llrocade—75c. i yd. White Anglaise—$2.80 n vd. Cotton Prints 3ins. SSc. a yd. Calico 36 ins—54c. a yd. Domestic 36 ins—29c. a yd. Sleelbnns Spun—92r. a yd. Bordered Prints 64c. a vd. Striped Jersiv—SI.08 a yd. CErVTS Pin MIIIIC All Wool Tweed— BM a yd. Tropical Suiting—$2.(i8 a yd) ( .. m I'lnnnel—$4.41 wr-)i. Sharkakba, :i Shades—$'J.1 si yd P;ir...n Grev—SMI a yd. • I John While Shoes — ^7 li". .. u.llr Americu mual Ml a pnillr.i\ \ Ihmg ir.^.—95c. a yd. Men Pyjamiis 51.51. a suit Khaki shirls. Long Sleeves52.ii cuch \ Jon si 'its—$1.80 each (o.t.iii El., in Spun Shirts— $1.73 ea h Winribrraker'1.811 i;,,.,.I OmUli Vests. 2 for 51 on Striped Socks, 3 pairs fo.sl.llil Silk Handkerchiefs. 4 for 51.00 ll.rli.il.,View Shirts—2.9S Slipover—78c $1.08. $1.20 Ptaahj Tie—


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE \Y NOVEMBER I. 1MJ CLASSIFIED ADS. I'l III II SALES ICLCfHONI Wl UAL ESTATE A.\ .\OI \ CEMENT**' tX' % % % % % % %  ^ *v sssr FOH HIM HOVSI-S BW %  * Bee,Wm, bedrc^ras e>d V DH4 OWI D A JeaN* 111 M-il n >-d. .ui .-. **"'•• i ihe Lodg> fcbeoi .l)pl> l.i Weeer. i-imar i-ar.mm. > %  ..; IB FOH V\l t AUTOMOTIVE PICK Da* Model. 0x Garage opes %  I'SBD >AM A ana oixdon wr hi* n ejB -tin AW Ye>uJiaU • eat* IMl. HOT* (MM Omto OFFICES -Cool. stdprw-ra and • %  IHMINAI. nit i iii '-,-t: I v w are l*a"re*ay *>amrd ai>i>< ll M m. all) llEBVl. IMC?, •nee Her*. WaBBB.) M I <1 i.jwll '• M-m.lblg h* her %  3 contrnrlmB Mtjr debt I i. -by a writt. 25• 1 Mania OU'RTIW ELECTUCAL mow* Dual SI *.(• '-1 %  V EWnl aRrJBBRBBia Aulcarukk threw speed lira Bt l tbaaa In* 'SB ")*! %  ! teat of Uud al Pine Hill. % %  licnee. Tbe hawse contain, three basI •BBjaS BJI ill l.iwn.. -|J t ..unilfmn Tne ia.s HOMVI THE GUARD Or HONOUR for th* departure of MLI __ Lh Governor will fall m at the %  a *ajM tHajgaat WareneAiae < Pierhead) at I M Ki ;-, • tn sort* a %  .ill Jte. Ii sa Ugh Street Bxafefaaawn an Fr*da; 4u al IManbrt ISSI al I %  %  atng eacacn aUXltWATBlt lnTn. bWhabcba SI Josef on I aeree, I rood. I) perchee of land The basal "bath cospiaingt a beautiful law al IM a ia>l l H eVllM-hewCoeet ana swept by lha Atlanta: ilain* a apacMaj* los j aaa* ana kill, missi each with running wetei Veil un tee i s taking roiunWen taking part wilt r* l-urt at the Baoaaw Warehouse a-i 1*41 Han a* Twaawar. 4th S•# % %  .ii < rlaca-HiK ana water PURNITUBE (IRAr^BSS^MT/HrfllCItT MOTTIJTV A-liorfl TVnlntr*. THTpublkr. harrbv mvinf tfMII to m* it2En8 %  •rnra by ma B onllan ordr : lONEL MATBBS. W.UH Spfina %  t ThDfna. 1.11.S3—Ii MST A FOUKU FVILNITUKE Al Janatla Draaa thop I furnilui %  an. Cha lU AUH> Marhn %  . %  %  SinacT TraaUa Mu ajinaar TradW Maehnw—Mai i-.cnUUng MaCima rtt afc r • II if* and fltthiai m.luOuil aW nn. Tablaa. Dm *land. rii A it* Janaa IMctrK Kawvi TTaa mmpai BatBlHMl |napa-i flam For turtnar Berucuiaii and ta 1 ""* P o&fte CATTOUD a 4 11 MECHANICAL bar, Rakr*. Loadara iCraf> collartara Sldr drlivcry Rakai. PkKilU. DHrhri. Ell. Etc. COUatmV OARAOK D.. Mil 3*10 11 ti '>nU -"d Youth* DIAL • rABTll ax-RATIJl AKD SCOOP — For r-oving waih mould and nitmi Caf Mda, rtf Dial Mil—Courtaay Oaraic at 10 u an LOST *FT"*/rAK Til KFI ; wi i" sjta ni i Hail Straal a-n i Adtocal' Adi'i 4 11 !•—In it anOB ,.. .*..-. nr Rt. (imraa. rM Rl-T"! Autumn ••aa.--.aaa u, MurKrt rajaw mtimr wwn c o M ft Huara.1 —4 II HK In WAI ITT rtm.n Laalha%  !! -t.lir TlcBrl Jt*-| LL 1*M •< %  MM Faetaea Rawat Pablir Mlkial Salt i' IT...I M>**hl Arl a ** rtaaMjH i i -*d at my A i tlul aailair. S ltc of I*nd containI M aarcbaa attwM In tha a'lrfflca to ti %  M ui n:nr;i-soN WHEEL TRACTOH I Mo-k Wilh lhaaa Traftor* th* ummm a rUchnMBta JO 10 M *ii ORAMOPHOffBBV-Jual racaivad a i of Columbia aramopno i.one from DaCoaU Co rttal napartmant II 10 U-en MA1KCV-IIARIUK Whaal Tractor* S'pmanl arilvad In tlma tor -our *at* Lion KvdraulU) Llnkaca (or lniplamri %  1M> avallabla Mi"W OLIvarm ill 44* TTpaarrtMea A %  b) tram Stock la aartetB ran.i %  iiihi a* lollaw*-AUCTION M. K. DANIEL. (A* CapUin. ) AdjuUnt. The Barbados* Reaimetit. 3rd November. 1952 By tnitrucltoni of tha Ineu'anca (. -. .III *rll .1 CRAJt OARAI-t KOCHVCK STHEaTT OM TUIMDAY * % %  l o rn Iflt* Aiatun Sadan C %  bv Flra TERM* CASH It ARCHER M.KENZ1E Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in 24 Hours I u an 'tW In B) inatrulion> • III .all al Maalr. n |d arahoiua Cbapal Stfat d*y Mb at I p m Grapi>. •ii. t n.achma damaged caah Aio.ltEH M.KI H. A n m %  '.-• .'NDtt THE IVORY HA>*M£R %  y MftrucUon* racalvad liom UM C I will )l on FridayJti. at Maaan Chalaaa Oanse Ltd pini-.i Htrrat III1WW HUBaan Mb* Oamai") m .ccidanl! Tarm. Ca.b '•*•"> %  VLNCENT OH1ITTTH. UNDEK THE SILVER J1AMMFR TO-DAY Tuaaday 4th Hovambar. by ordahe Murai Kaah. I* >H % %  II IIHH ntura %  HoSt. "Vk U Uarrfcp"! Which %  .-. %  mi-nnul TaWa. Waaaon With a*aa,"'l d, bwtlara Tray. Rockara a Ea.> ir*. Bervina Tabl*. Ravoinnd R"* i. Tall k Low •l' 1-adaaUM. Chaa. Work Table*. Kidney Ornam.m Mi noor-t-mp. r.afHolre. IJfaaar i all in gw-t oM Mahoaany OU" :hlna Platad war* in Ent-a Dtaht. Walter* (.'and .a Snuffer • a Olah. •• m China Fruit Serviraa 4 ^**ea, %  ?m Tea Servlca* Cut Olaaa Table lamn, B. P. Candtaatwk 4 Shades Bral*^ old Scotti* P-lnU; Bu-h^akara. Verandah Chain. Mabogany ""VjJ^l .tead and Spring-Dean-Si e*i> Wa*u ,-^lar Praaaa.. Book SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay Entail afa-. Rat* T VVal. T R Ra.i \ h..,*Mar Con r under n-inuri vt D l*.lnch to B W 1 achoonar O-atn m i-in i an. %  nadun Conatrwctar lor at IS Ala Parllaai for TrmBnad irtor loi Trir-dad. !W" Mary lor Brill** Guiana. * Ladr* M Oomtna:-. and M V Atha, Tr ln laa* litcnall. B H-r Pa* a* Lae*a II Hiiie-ara. O Mllnb Mar>h-I. M M BM Marahall. J Milna Marahall Chacin i 0a*a rnua lar Trtadaad: O WOfefnaoa, L Grell C MalUard. Ti Milliard. J Halliard. M MaiUard. K M.lllard. W Brydan. T Bryden. I Um*, M Cl.ke. W Todfl.O _Taol a Sue. Seatcell tlai %  hall %  Mejaara. nochoy. D Xavter. N Mayer.. M Meyaai i Me-er.. B BatRanond. V La-wta. K ARaiVAI. Hi Rtt* I 4 T-laadad: NCrTaTntBER 1 Barr.ud'i. B Tfarwnid C P Matt, S Mall D Theme M Abdubin. V Dini.!-*J Kolaa. B %  allat-Snuin. H FYiatb, H Bnady B %  n..j M Snady. H Sa-dy NOVEMIIBK 1 L Kawbn*. B Blngh. H Lanlay. P liabooMi. W II art ana, c Wiiuanat. S Williama. I. r n a umi M Aaar. B Haamp*; C Kiell. E K>U(hl Q Kud daan. J Edah'l T Ken. P Oraaf W Data. A Mitchell. C Morn*. V Morns. L. War-en, P Warrm, T. O-Nalll. I E%eljn C Chamber* S nook, r W-ar.lea VoanrMafar. O Malouk. S I l^rr. B Parr O Parr I .... t.i.aaa* SUVtUUlK 1 T Da rrattaa, J Da rreilas. M larav-ieii A Williamson C Williaanaaa B lailiu. B Cueltas. M CwMaB, J Hoiman J Bolmaii. A Ola*. i. Andaraon. D Anderson. fci 4i.de*.>n, W Analeraon. E Anderson. NOVEMBER 1 U Seel. C Lacuna I i S. IllHiaj— 1 Bkaadln. W Smith athey B Ablack. C PMIard. M Kamae> Coppln. E HacketL Hufka, J ru ... I Hall. A Henslay. J Hansley. J H< Henaaay. 1 Mm., I si (Ht-Mi NOVEMBER J CCJaapmati. I Chapman. E. s .All*-, r Alleyne lar St KIM> NOVEMBER TlHsim. W Hike. R HaU, M l> BanarlU | I'l'K'l"! Iloht WatfiM mils i. BATLKY Baiton Lane Baradlna turns, ear* steath teeth aaaan thai yeu ar* a rtctim oi rioirhaa or Trench Mouth tr soase bsd dtaaaa* mat alll *r-niuallT eaoa* p M Maa aB yar taath an4 ha<* la wear fs.se teeth before yeartime 4Vr-.ce tha rr.ai Warta War lhaaa asealh dlaaaaaa bare aprraa il.ieuihoul th* orld *c mat now acton lieu *er that four o.t of every Bye pennl. aie eulfsreri aaonar or Isl.r. Be aarced ic tuna atid atop thee* dise.jea bafaea M loo tale, aeeaaae they often raaa* net aoly tha koaa 4* a*atb. bat alao fhron.r ineaaaaIUBB aad baart trouble. Naw Diseovary. Sove; T*ath A* eta* v— dlscorery *f an A m art* a n aahtalUt. lUmi tiw-sa tror-blea la 4 aaa aad eaKt aay It penetrate* rlfht to the reel of Ihe trapbla. stop* aau from bleed|na the rrry first dar. quicbly ui tha soreness iol of your mouth. anO aeon tilBtena tha tteth. Tha lolloalna letur fraai Mt. W. W B. shows the resulU thai Aaaanaa oaar* pi "I aultarad iroai rrsncii Mevtb and Pyor.t-a for leo rears. Mr eums art* a'is and bl-edma and I bad foal lour term, -hile .c.e.sXolhsr teeth • n%  -Ulna laoes* all Ihe tin. I UMd ir.anr ihlnas snd Dm Ivesrd of that new r ylaoae teem arre much t.sntar aaBBbM aaadd aat th* hardest ol loaaGuorantead Asaaiaa torn so fs-l snd so aaaaaaa that It la raarenieed lo Ho* ya w*.afaaa* nteaay back on reiorn af • %  wiy r—* Oont use a ebaDca on losing your and baart iroable Oei %  haai l at teday atider thai Tfcen mfor .lea// CLARKE'S eTrSS. TABLETS | HtWp to mhmt m m the avaf.'// from blood impuritiea laaaailiiM ta ta*e blood may cau-e rfbtumatic aakwa aaal paiaa. Stiff and painful joint*. boil*, pimple* and common akin dlsthrdera. Oarka'a Blood .Mixture Tablata help to pnrtfy the blood, cleanse tae system aavd aaaiat ia reatoring good health. AUo available in tAe ria;indJ Liquid f %  CHANCERY SALE The iindrim.iit-ksd pr-pertleanil PvbJtc BuiHiri Bri-fef*" bat-rcu and on Ihe dale .pniftad balaw If rot men sosa r %  u eV ea dan g Friday at the saaaa place ar-d during tha i .rtleular* on application to aaa laiAtNTUT EMA MAY GALE and DSJIKDANT CLABA ALBOP OAJJt by oraaMsal IIAMPDCN ABCHIBA and I %  Mar tha n ap %  KM %  tl) be ft Up I'Ropaarnrs PIRST AH THAT ae > Ommm > v -lasj al I %  d-velling lu>uaa c.ltod i a., meatuaae >w wim the land shramn ina mar nao. ana ring iituate in St Anns. Thw Garrison In UW pari-k ret in (his I.lend containing b* admeasurement sia biaadrad and two and one quarwr enuaia teat ,.f Chrt. thouaand fi' thereabout, butting and buunduag an a place calh-d oi Ban Vbtw Hotel on landa loraaarry of Mar* Ann Cooper lata of Prank Cmlg and on the pa h tl r road or however e**a — saana i.*r bull and bo*.nd together • the meeeueges. gwwUlng louaea and bulldanga and all other eracU-.na and buihtmga •* %  sahl aarcei of land aeat-ied and built standing and being with their appurtenance* UPBTT PKrE gSJSO t 0 BBL'OMDLY AXL. THAT c.rtaln masauaga awaiUDghouaa or atore 'ttnatad in High Slrewt hi tha City of Bridgetown In Shis Ialarul and numbered 15 In the said mart weather with the land a Ba staa n the HIM sUnds and Unrrtu belonginf conUlning by adJneaauremeiit one thousand one hundred ad anteen aqnare feet or fheeeeheuU butting and bounding on the premise, known aa Numbers IJg Koe bueh Street and 14 High Street on the premises known as Pfumbai 16 High Street and on High Street aforeaakd oi •am* may butt and bound, together with the i aaa 'he the dwcliii.g • racuena and toolldlngp en Uie> built sanndlng and being wilh their i M AXi, THAT cerlab. pwca or | land wil the ulna thouaand and .lataen aauara feet or UiaraabouU .for and thsrty-aasa pare bear and alao eight fort* square feet of tha public road situate in or near relied Hastings in the said par lab of Christ Church In this Island butting and bounding en Landa now or late of one Mrs Innlaa on tha aaa on lands new or kite of Marcus O-annum at al and an the public road or however alee tha same may butt ami bound together with tha messuages dwellinghouaci and buildm. aad all other ereetJons and building* on the said parcel of land • %  acted and built .landing --id being with their appurtenance. JCE 3.000 • a. SALE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED PMOPnTuDs. 7th November IMS B WILLIAMS. Reglsuai-ln-Chaiireiy M IS M :i< SHIPPING NOTICES ATTENTION ALL REDIFFUSION SUBSCRIBERS! In Ihe Nmrmbn IMS REDIFFUSION PROGRAMME'S 1 PAINSo! PILES Slapped in 10 Mlnlt It ta no longer neceeaary to suffer .*lne. lUhing and torment fr.m Ptieo • ,ncalhadU>-ei of M*ta ili-rmerfy karam SS Chlnaroidl Hytae atarto te ...e* la 14 mlmitea and aoi ont> >tnpa '!. pain but alao ia.es ailt the s-sll I ng. stopa bleeding and combaxa nerve rtltail"" thereby rnrhlng otker irou%  steacanaad by Pile* sack aa Head*<-ha. Serrouineaa. Bar-karr-.. C—aiiuau.m. ioaa el efrergy. debility, and Irritable .11. position Oat M/toa frai %  'rug*.•! today tinder lha The bl/V %  MONEKA will accept Cargo and feexngers for Dominica. Antigua. Hmnieial. Mrrts and St Kltt" Sailing rr.dav 14th mat J5AGUENAY TERMINALS SacUttfJ CANADIAN SERVICE From Montreal and Halifax "PUD A EIIXRS" i % %  STU<;ARDi.Lifiri.v End '"•.'Mil 1 I SOUTH BO UtVD SOt'TBBOt'NP I tarried Ar.lv.I Dale* Baraads. 1g Noyembar 3 November II Daeemtew U.K. SERVICE From Newport, Swansea. Liverpool and Glasgow a... Llreraaal I Nov. 17 November 1> Nos 4 December Dec End December Mid Dec Earl, January U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Hamburg. Kettmlam snd London Eaaseteg Anriyal Hambarikelltraam Laadan Dsles Barbades B Ovt llOct, saOcl a Noyembar a No. 10 Nov IS Nov 1 December Burly Dn' Mid Dae. En Again. PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC CANADIAN SERVICE (FHTSIGHTLI) KIM 14 Oct 15 Oct ll aet M Nov Nov. Dec. sg Oct T Nov IS Nov. .'• r,'.. Limited Passenger Acornmodation Avallabla •r information apply Da COSTA 4 CO LTD., Phi NEW YORK SERVICE rrvEav rnuit WE.S> l-lHUOlTfl) M Nov M Nov II Dec St Dec. M Dec T Jan. IVEW BBLEAiYS SERVICE (raannBHTiY) BTRAMtm ITTASfl • R LEANS MflllLB JAMAICA For further Uilormatl Oet *Oct • Rov a Kov %  Nev 11 Nov. a Nov. Nov 33 NOV ti Now. • Dae. RODtRT THOM LTD Phone 44M MODEL STEAM ENGINES TRAINS si: i s ANNUAIS PLAY BM.IeS t Iii ST i'X.i ANDERS %  he, c. In The Toy Department I JOHNSONS STATIONERY PILES can be Cured There are thouiancli of nm and svornen aptaa gaffer awful agony day and ni ( -:il iMcauge of pile trouhta, who do not aouw abal eyerycbem.it stock* a special remeily that does men sorely ..d quickly baniMi the misery of this wretched trouble. Make a roiifidant of yonr chi-nuet Ask ami about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He srul tell you this is no ordinary ointment, hart a soothing;, healuie. Btreflffthrning aalm that at once stopa the intense irritanoo and dears away internal, eateinal, aare or bseeding pilea 1 The unique tnbe m which Bald makes 'Jus preparation an casi n to useThe bagaue auppry, with •' sp e cial applicator, is usually saffarant ta N gnar away the moat difficult tm. Remember the name of dug fsasncdy for pile trouble WE ARE OFFERING A VARIETY Of AUTO AC€BSSOMUES. Zaa it I ManZan PILE REMEDY •GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN &. 'soberly Oasg .. Soot k Trad Sorrtc *) J CVnlrM AM.. BrafW, WX fi Prriuaiex Gldut SasBss m Form-s-Gasket Fabric Cleaner Aulo Top Sealer „ Transparent Glaia Sealer Black Top Df—aing Radiator IJquid Cement RaSiator Rum Preventor „ Engineer', Praia Ian Blue Holt's Wander Wax Dunlop Patching Outflta n Rubber Solution French Chalk „ insulation Tape Ribbed Matting .. Radiator Hose All Sires Car 4 Track Jacks Ply Air Hose Schrader Metal Tyre Valves „ Tyre Pressure Ganges ECKSTEIN BAY STREET Chamois Leathers Yellow Polishing Cloth. Miracle Black Adhesive Miracle Tab Caulk Sealer Durex Masking Taps Shaler Hot Patches Sparlon 6 A 12 Volt Hams Clear Hooter 11 Volt Horns Chrome Run EmbellishSTS Expanding Reamers Extra Cutters for Reamers Auto Engine Valves Fan Belts all Medals Rest View Mirrors Insulation Taps Pram Tyring 4 in., S in. 1 In METAL CTCLE PUMPS Schrader Air Lias Blow Gen Lionlde Leatherette All Shade Rirkmyre Canvas BROTHERS DIAL 4269



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PACt KlfiHT BAKBADOS ADMX ATK TltSUAV. NOYKMBtK t. 1M2 Y.M.P.C. Defeat Spartan By 7 Wickets %  orris Six It Other Intermediate Matches Drawn THK TENTH ROUND 111 in' MTtai ->f Intermediate kg*, ended last Saturday and acsin lean low scores. At some grounds spectators mm bright inrki'i and others wen* somewhat dead and slow. Onl> DM team secured n OUlngiii rtciory, all Ihe eta* wars m drawn games. Y.M.P.C. won UM match over Spartan b> thntrun > • • • i • o t • II I Mil Ut fO! .1 Itt %  ** %  TSUI Chase top scorim. with 13. In l r BHWMil % %  < MITO* second inninKs W. Cumbcrbat i top scored with 20 Ivf-iCW>JIMS Qd r -Tm i E run out, they were all out fo Bowling for Y.M.P.C I Burk' •"';• took threewickets for 15 runs Ml QVOtS, Y.M.P.C. in their first InnU took s U to by ii > i'.ranker top a 29. In the second Innings thmade 80 fui three to allov. I '.Inmatch lattai The Cable tad Wireless-M< Hospital match wan draw* I i fli l r.n -i wtckMi i is ">ning. and were all out lor IIHUIIMI. -Mi MYiSlOX: •a %  %  . %  i l> Will.am. in-p-l wKpt. a Blanker %  1. WllllaiTU IMar.hall c Mr **aly b Urankrr •|-l %  ()• b Blanker I on b Urankrr .'.r vith PTansoIr 23 SD out IBFor the Mental HQSI.II. I V. Todd and J. \Vilt.-,hir,took tbras arid io an 22 %  %  .civ lii I he Hospital's 111' I Willi.mtop KOTOd with IB tok threr for 18 runs in in OVI I Combcrmerc madr 12!i tirst innings and the replied with 181. In tl %  oeond Innings U> them for 85. R. Marshall opaofaa bat for Carlton U>i> scored with M before bo was i auajhl by Mr. Sealy off the bowling of ne Rat the Ool] bat .man in hi' team to reach rtoiihlo Bcuaja, Bowling for the school Breaks took frur wicket* for 29 run.in 14 In i ho IVkwick-Wamlci. a match played at the Boy Wandercis batted the whole the Mm d in IM > to thnt score Pickwick wenl to work on the second and last day and _1 Close of play tl,,%  reading 244 for ..11 II K %  ;'nd C. Evelyn scored 47 and 3: i ..itrawn. Tlic • i. h>n. h r< . and 37 ..:> %  i" Cvrltn acofvd 41 lamti and WATER POLO: %  %  •• n. A Taylor. M We I n-nrluiian \\ ins Mkldliw.i^hl Bout PARIS, No\ 3. Hume/. „f rnaos won i ban. • i MOD ovet <;, %  %  II >i Mn rorh on Monday n>ght in a middleweight i-.ut lenga i u„ the world n:i. """ "'"" I i po*i loading mld K 11 N Wood : i i B Chaaa b riniVr C Woort run out i I I JanuMii „pd „„, a I %  UOIALING ANALValH II. Aii. 1.1 B | t: Brankpr in I K Pi 10 t a K Brar-.kri b C Clue. • H K> |.b I > r. Mandevill* %  %  ei-ii III I %  lacked %  > ed alter the M vini'i clinched %  to shake Hun %  i i hi I r. garb) II tin IIIKII vtui rapid i ins to ihrface, bui UM >>f the lout lacked action Fairly in the eighth round. Humes forced Halnrton to retreat, %  haldtlf hllTl w th |xwerful left and right jabs Although the score was. not disclosed, ragsitM l .-I v.'i i I. UN dj llumer with live, and HalrStOfl with three %  we ghed 144 5 kilos Hume/ 143.5 In an eight round middleweight bout Mickey Uiurent (France) ..utpoinu-d Spain's Antonio Soldillla -iT .r. Sugar Kay May fight Kid Gavilan NEW YORK llobiiiMin savs M ii "deboUng 1 .1 nuddlewctght i I wilh Kid Gavilan. of %  her-weighl %  b noxi yeai Meanwhile, Sugar Ray is guiiii; t„ bo i dancer Reported salary Id* — more th.m C 10,000 fur ,i I.irtiught of -how ^__^_^ —L.E.S. Trinidad liitn-a.-r IlU<_* I Vojililllililr POBT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. I d I'uif Club toda> %  will tO ; Allan Brown Gol Winner For Scotland LONDON. A player who once threatena.1 rot class soccer and bc<<.ach wilh a minor league club was the architect Of 2I victory of Wale* In the International at Ninian Park last week His name' Allan Brown inside right, and scorer of the Scots' equalising BMl Allan, together with George Aitken. who was Scotland's leftIialf, refuted to re-sign for East Kife at the o-mmencement of the 1950-51 season bocause their reiiuest for a transfer was .fused With ihe players and the directors declining to give way there was a deadlock The sea •%  ( which began in August passed into September. October November and into IWcembc! with neither man kicking a ball The battle nearly reached legul propor ti ons with the two players preparing l" take the club to court for not allowing them % %  earn their living by their chosen Fm .ithough not payed any wages. Brown and Aitken were retained players, and at such not allowed by the rules of the Scottish FA to Join any other club as players Thus it was that Brown nearly forsook Scotland to Join the F'ntflish minor league club Ion Rovers, as coach Calamity Averted This calamity to Scottish soci w.is fiutunatcU .iverted In ember, when just a week before Christmas. East Fife pui for tr.msfer Tinannouncement brought • %  rush of would-be buyers, and the transfer developed into an aucUoo Blackpool emerged as thu. highest bidder for Brown wit*' an offer of 128.000 and Aitkei. went to Sunderland. But Allan, out of touch with he game 0" * lon 8 — during .he period of dispute he had beei working in mi engineering tac lory — found it uifflcult to Un. iu football leg 1 when he rv.timed to the first class game Despite ossldlous training, h' tODJld he could not keep pact with First Division soccer ano iiore important still, the edge bod gone from his football sense No long.'! .iii exploit it as before Many doubted whelb. i bf would ovof roaaln hu touch, an., a was thought that Blackpool t ,:-.ml>liwould not come off. Bui manager Joe Smith hau laitli, and AlUn was dalSTrAUMd to repay him. and prove his worth. GUM He (up ties, and he ha*. in. ili.inir Siiuwing all the ilu and fervour which had gaine< him iiileirialiini.il re.-ngnition, he iielped Blackpool re..eh the Cup Final, Tragedy His return to form did not' jiass unnoticed in his native I nd he was selected foi I the Sluttish team to play Eng-< land at Wembley two week* b'fOTO Ihe Cup Final Hut then t: iaadj In ,i looang match jut aflei Ihe sffanl-aajaj he sustained ;i i' -' %  injury At first it was not thought to be all that aarioui. but as th* International and IBS < uu Final loomed nearer, thi trouble persUted. Then the doctors told him the Daws he was dreading; he would not be tit for Ihe International It was still hoped that he woul.' i>e lit for the Final. But It wai not to be. So in four'' ppod from Allan's grasp "" benourg adtlcti ;•"> %  playei would regard as umple n tor a whole football i.m.i The injury bogey pcrsisteo Into the following season. ami Bnnrn was out U the Blackpool team more often than he was In t t)nce again thoe nijurie ..iused him to Lose his old foj-n so the boajrtning of ihi pa him again liKl.lmg to make .. -back. Htm well he has lU In addition to his eqil Ninii.n Park, he is Hlii.kp.Hil ilN3-SLJTUf?E WAN THAT 1UE SUFTtSlCAL SILLS WOULD BE PAID AS soon AS ME COLLECTED HIS AAEDlCAL INSURANCE*, %  ££ iysw?ANCE ca PAID OFP-SOvtE A^? S^LEf-VMN" /MADE A NICE PHocirLEPT HOLDI^O THE OLD LEATMER Q^t COC-A90UT -max ODETWTOS ; ; -— THE ONLY REASON I HAD TO f wu .< P HMt IT WAS OM AD3XJWTA THE /j_r|EfthT W AX.^=NT TVWT BajOlAWT AIY r^m* IS MORE wiK CONC-nON CN-W&WT? NCAy / lAK -ryp; OPt&mM F KX-T-L Fs-L OUT TMESE J A t0 -THAT ^Q -nje VEAH-UH-ER TWATREtoJOS UCABDUT MXW BILL V'SEE, I GOTTA HAVE A CAR TO JET TOrWIN Ikl-yCAMTHE OLD ONE WAS R4LLlN'AFW?T~.SO I TDOX THAT THERE WSURAUCE AtONEy Bowlers did well -on tit. ky wickets on Saturday tne |. ~i day HI the Tenth s. rlei ..f s.-.., I lii' ision eru kel matches He* ever batsmen did not fail 4 gracefully and the good score of 102 runs not out wa s knocked t p by the Empire batsman G Kirt>r. who went at number three Bl the batting order. He hit eig.it fours in his 102. i had to be conte .*. with points for a first innin H load over Harrison College Tl S 'rhoolboys batting flrat scored I total of 08 runs and at the fad of the first day's play Empire hi.a pMBBBBaaasaSl GEOHGftTOWN. Nov. 8 i.i-u.il -Shamrock beat G.F.C. 3 nil in th*opening aoccer garni* of the 'J K.C. Golden Jubilee Fern..! K..HIM at Bourda today in the presence of a large crowd Including the Officer administer ng ihe Government, the Hon. John fititch, C.M.G.. O.B.E., and Mrs Gutch The visitors scored the first goal "i the first half through Fapinal. Two (allowed In the second half through Doutflas Yuille %  aid Daivrtood Pan i ELit.lBLES C;ET \I vit KII.II By HAM vMll 11 PARIS ana of Britain [ible men are being mirAft*Tthemairtages of banker Loel Guhonesi and Lord Stanley of Alderley comes news of the engagement it. Paris of handsome Count John di Bendern De Bendern. 45-year-old former British amateur golf champion and once married to Lady P;drnu Douglas. Lord Queensberry ': daughter, is the son of an ecceni trie millionaire, the Count de Forrest. His father lives at Biarritz and holds Leichtensteln nation '> John ii a British subject with an Import-export business in Paris His fiancee is 21-year-old Spanish beauty Mercedes Gorlna, the daughter of a retired Barcelona industrialist, who has lived most of her life In Paris, Quotes of the week: President of a French hairdressing association, M. Clallet "We have won the bottle for short hair; with the short hair fashion women come to see us every week Instead of every three weeks. "To do that they must have to economise on other things, but why should we worry how the> get the money? The principal thing Is that they bring it to us." Barrister Mono Giafferl: "Don't ever count on the eternal love ol a voung man of 2U. Save tha: k nd of" trust for the aged" Astrologer Maurice Calais: Twenty-five per cent of the women who consult me ask me to name the date their husbands wfll die." •Mr. Loel Guinness. 44-Keer-old fi April this year LOUIS L. BAYLEY Ii,dt..M Line Q/h!i6assa()oK9 I! .i.l and original ideas rnakr lypinu i-asirr, miirr lapid. less tiring n Ihis. OM ul Ihr m .si olllcirnl TyprwriUrs I'vrr producrd. IS" Curiftfa $408,011 14" Carriage $.161,110 12" Carriage $.145.0.1 and III IHII ~ Standard and I'nrtahle. frrnn $1111 K. II. HUN 11 If t o. I id. LOWER BROAD STREET THEY'RE HERE! 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