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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions 10.00 a.m.
Court of Chancery 11.30 a.m
Meeting House of Assembly .. 4p.m
Police Band at Cocktail Party,

Govt. House ..,....... -. 6.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Coverly Plan-

tation, Christ Church . 7.3 p.m





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

And the good that 5 can do.



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ESTABLISHED 1895

Harvbavros

FRIDAY,



General Eisenhower Is Finding Out)..—
Be President Elect

What It Is To

Secret Agents Guard
Him. Telegrams Pour In

AUGUSTA, Georgia, Nov. 6.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower is finding out what it is!
4 Mr, Eisenhower, here for a!
ten days golf and fishing vacation, woke up in his small!
golf course cottage to find the house discreetly surrounded!
by U.S. Secret Service agents.

like to be President-elect.

A Load From |

the-living room of — the
cottage there was a mounting pile
of telegrams offering him good
wishes for his term in the White
House and also telling him how

Mr Stevenson’s | "2 the Government,

Shoulders?

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, Nov. 6,

Outside on the first tee of the
Augusta national golf course
where the big masters tourna-
ment is played every spring, there
was a battery of cameras, micro-

Governor Adlai Stevenson today} Phones and newsmen waiting for

looked like a man who has had a
great burden lifted from his
slender shoulders. But as he went
back to his desk in the official
mansion here, it seemed inevitable
that politics and the fate of the
Democratic Party would pre-
occupy him again soon.

His campaign Manager Wilson
Wyatt was ready to admit that
Mr. Stevenson's crushing defeat
in the Presidential election might
mean a considerable “realignment”
within the Party, and that some
of the old Democratic axioms no
longer held true,

Mr. Stevenson gpent the greater

part of yesterday saying goodbye] with

to newsmen who had travelled
with him during the hectic cam-
pajgn, and to supporters who
seemed more shocked and crest-
fallen than he.

Mr. Wyatt, who refused to
concede defeat until the last
vestige of hope disappeared early
yesterday held a final news con-
ference at which he said he and
Mr, Stevenson’s aides were unani-
mous in belief that Mr, Stevenson
would head the Democrats in 1956.
Governor Stevenson would not
comment on this “your guess on
his opinion is as good as mine”,
he said.

—U-P.

~~~

LONDON, Nov. 6,

The Japanese Higher Court’s
decision to suspend sentence on
two British sailors sentenced to
2% years imprisonment, was wel-
comed by the Press and officials
here Thursday as a step towards
equal treatment for all United
Nations forces based in Japan.

In the British viewpoint tne
special arrangements between the
U.S. and the Japanese Govern-
ments which excludes American
forces from Japanese jurisdiction,
eannot be maintained.

This is because the agreement
contains the provision that if the
North Atlantic Treaty agreement
on the status of forces comes into
force, the U.S. would have equal
treatment for its forces in Japan,
It is hoped in official quarters that
the Jurisdiction question can now
be settled in a manner fair to all
troops fighting in Korea without
distinction.



—U-P.

Minister Recalled

TEHERAN, Iran, Nov, 6,

The British Legation confirmed
that Brazilian Minister Senor
Hugo Gouthier was recalled by
his Government at the request of
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh.

Senor Gouthier left Teheran by
air Sunday after Dr. Mossadegh
is reported to have informed him
that he was no longer persona

grata.
—UP.,





CITY COLLISION



President elect to step up and
win,

swing.

President Truman and Mr.
Eisenhower exchanged messages
yesterday. Mr, Truman said that
if the General still wanted to go
to Korea he was welcome to the
Presidential airplane. Mr. Eisen-
hower expressed thanks but said
any airplane the Defence Depart-
ment had available, would serve
the purpose, and he would let
Defence Secretary Mr. Robert A.
Lovett know when he wanted it.

Promise of Co-operation

Mr. Truman also issued a
statement promising co-operation
the new administration and
he invited Mr, Eisenhower to
move in immediately himself or
through his aides on all policy
matters, especially the prepara-
tion of next year’s Federal Bud-
get. Mr. Eisenhower indicated
that he would accept Mr, Tru-

man’s invitation but probably
through his aides. Mr, Bisen-
hower was accompanied to

Georgia by Mrs. Eisenhower and
the family of his son Major John
Eisenhower, now serving in Korea.
Mr. Eisenhower may have thought
he would step out of public life
for his few days in the south
but he cannot escape it. He is now
surrounded by secret service men
sought by crowds and job seek-
ers, idea peddlers and the rest.

Waiting To See Him

‘ihe cores. pee le in
and they await now
wherever he may go. Republican
Congressional leaders will be
wanting to see him. The Republi-
can party doubtless will organize
the Senate but it will lack a real)
Majority nor will it have any-!

ing like a working margin of
the votes,

Republicans will have an actualj
majority in the House but it’
will be far short of the mini-'
mum for businesslike operation.|
Mr. Ejisenhower’s popular vote!
for president still is soaring. Lat-
est count: Mr. Eisenhower 31,685, }
373 popular votes for 431 electoral





| St. Leonard’s

Church

PATRONAL FESTIVAL
SERVICES
Friday, November 7th
6.00 a.m.—Matins & Holy
Communion
(Corporate Communi-
7.80 pam~-Pestal Bventong &
30 p.m.— ve.
Sermon é é
Preacher : Canon C. n-
MA.

liffe, r
Hymns :; 292, 211, 356,
733, 30. Psalm 26.

On Probation
ForAttempting
Bodily Harm

Thirty-nine-year-old Carlton
O’Brien Hope was yesterday put
on 18 months’ probation by His
Lordship the Chief Justice Sir
Allan Collymore after he pleaded





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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall from Codrington: Nil
Total Rainfall for month to date: 1-02 ins.
Highest Temperature 6.0 °r
Lowest Temperature: 73.0 °F
Wind Velocity 7 miles per hour
; e i. Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.958 (3 p.m.) 20.885
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NOVEMBER 7,



Chinese Reds Beat |

Baek South Koreans

THE EIGHTH ARMY

SEOUL, Nov. 6

allied off costly South Korean

attempts to recapture Triengle Hill and General James

A. Van Fleet flew to the see

thing could be salvaged fr«
To the West Chinese Reds
blewing horns and. howling
“Kill! Kill!”
Heights from

United nations forces reoccupied i
the height without resistance.

United States Sabrejets shot)
down one Communist MIG 15 jet
fighter and damaged four more in|
two blazing dog-fights deep in
north-west Korea. It ran the
allies’ November score to
MIG’S—4 destroyed 2 probably
destroyed 5 damaged.

The battle lasted nine hours.
The United States Seventh Divi-
sion captured Triangle Hill on
October 15 and later turned its
defence over to the South Koreans

guilty of attempting to shoot Ursil|who lost it to the Chinese last

Lynton on February 23 this year
with intent to main, disfigure or
do her grievous bodily harm.

Hope pleaded not ee to a
first count on which he was
charged, attempting to shoot with
intent to murder, and Mr. F, E.
Field, Assistant Attorney Gen-«
eral, who prosecuted for the
Crown, accepted the plea of guilty
on the second count,

Mr. E. W. Barrow associated
with Mr. L, A. Williams, appear-
e€d on behalf of Hope.

This was to have been Hope’s
second trial. At the last sitting
of the Court of Grand Sessions, a
jury failed to agree on a verdict.

Yesterday Lynton told His Lord-
ship that she did not wish him to
send back Hope to prison.

Mr. Barrow said that in view
of the fact that Hope pleaded
guilty and that the victim of the
assault had shown an unwilling-
ness for any severe punishment
on him, besides his spending six
months in prison before his first
trial, hg would ask His Lordship
to extend ney. Besides tha
present instance, Hope was a man
of good reputation. His assecia-
tions eens ae! him to drink-
i and thus. things which
witen 0 under the influence of
drink he would not have dpne.

His Lordship told Hope that he
had pleaded guilty to a serious
offence, but the female who wag
the victim of his assault appar-
ently bore him no malice. Ha
took that ang what his counsel
had said into account. On the last
occasion of his trial, the jury had
disagreed and that in itself show-
ed that there was no unanimity
among them as to his guilt. Ag
he had also been spending six
months in prison pending the first
trial he would not send him back.

“But take warning from one
who sits here and has been sitting

votes ‘from 38 states. Governor) here for some considerable time,
Adlai E. Stevenson 25,487,738! and try to prevent women and

popular votes, 100 electoral votes
from 10 states.

Democrats lost and Republicans
gained 2 senators. The new Senate
will consist of Democrats 47—
Republicans 48. Independent Re-|
publican 1 (Mr. Wayne Morse of;
Oregon.



|
For the House of Representa-|
tives the standing was Republi-|

cans 220, Democrats 206, one
independent and 8 seats were
undecided. —UP. |

ene 8



“CHALLENGER’’ ON
LAST TRIP TO W.,I.

MONTREAL, Nov. 4.
The Canadian Challenger sailed
for the West Indies on her last
trip for the season from Montreal.
Passengers include Mr. K. R.
Hunte of the Barbados Legislative
Council and Mrs. Hunte. —C.P.







2

drink getting you into such a
spirit. You will be bound over in
fe sum of £50 with a similar
surety to be of good behaviour
for 18 months.”



Mr. Gromyko
Denounces U.S.
Aid Programme

By HARRY WILLIAMS.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
P Nov. 6.

Seviet delegate Andrei Gromyko
made a surprise appearance in the
United Nations Economic Commit-
tee on Thursday to denounce
Truman’s foreign aid programme
as a scheme for “exploiting under-
developed countries and _ using
their raw material to build Ameri-
can war machines,

Gromyko said the point four aid
programme was a completely sel-
fish “plan under which the United
States is trying to” subjugate less
developed areas. He said “high
sounding” American speeché@s
would indicate that the United
States is merely trying to “help”
backward areas of the world but
that actually American gid is de-
signed to keep areas under “ -
talist control”.

Gromyko who recentl:
named Soviet ambassador fe
tain replied to the statement
last week by the United States
delegate Mr. Lubin who reviewed
American foreign investments and
aid programmes and cited im-
provements resulting from the out-
lay of United States capital.

Moscow Celebrates

LONDON, Nov. 6,
Moscow has prepared to meet
Friday’s Thirty-fifth Anniversary
of the October revolution with
the usual pomp and ceremony
according to reports from the
Soviet capital.

\

was



: ||}are decorated and streets adorned

SHORTLY AFTER 12.30 O'CLOCK yesterday afternoon an accident
occurred on Cowell Street between the motor car (M 2505) owned
and driven by Mr. Lucian King of Wellington Street and the motor
van (M 1485) owned by Emptage Electrical Company and driven
by Wilfred Grimes of Eagle Hall.

At the time of the accident, the veliicles were travelling in

with red banners, shops display
hundreds of photographs about
the latest achievements of Soviet
industry and agriculture. pape

Poppy Day Today

TODAY is Poppy Day in St.
Michael. Members of the public
re asked to give generously as



a mark of ratitude to those
opposite directions with the motor van approaching Lower Broad |° ippled ~ bar while fighting to
Street. The right front fender of the car and the left front fender | rve the freedom of the
of the van were damaged. No one was injured | Empire

| Friday.

United Press War Correspon-
dent Victor Kendrick said Gen
Van Fleet, Commander of the
Eighth Army, visited Triangle Hill
sector to-day to see if an
could be salvaged”. United States
and South Korean officers on the
spot refused to admit defe it
despite heavy South Korean ca
ualties,

Less than two miles to the east
a Communist Company assaulted
South Koreans on Sniper |
for two hours and 20 minutes, |
withdrew in defeat. Elsewhere |
along the 155 mile ground front
fighting subsided to patrol aoe |
ity and artillery duels. v

Aerial dog-fights over nortt-
west Korea were the first in =
days, They came while Sabrejets |
were flying cover for fighter-|
bombers hitting Communist tar-
gets, Eight Sabres challenged 20
MIG’s in the biggest fight.

~~

in dogfights. A fourth was dam~
aged in a later clash with MIG’s.

Caen ne EEE ne

|





| “I've been picking up a
few tips from Trueman
ind Bedser.”



London Saxpress Seretwe. 1

£2m. For J’ca
Development

KINGSTON, Jamaica,
Nov. 5



The Jamaica Public Service
Compan will spend another
£2,000,000 in construction work
in Jamaica over the next five
years, Mr. George MacDuff, Vice
President and General Manage
said today on his return from a
business visit to the United
States, The programme includes
building another hydroelectric |
plant and various extension ser-
vices throughout the island in
which the company has a Ligh
and power monopoly. (O.P.)

|
other Red planes were hee Subway Crash

ne to determine whether any-
n the allied setback there.

snatched Jackson « Denunciation

abandoned it a few hours later?

Stimulates
Congress

ZAGREB, YUGOSLAVIA,
Nov, 6,
Denunciation of the President
of Serbia by a leading Com-
munist Party official for alleged
wife stealing has. stimulated
delegates to the Yugoslay Com-
munist Party Congress into much
greater personal participation.
All speeches, even the most
technical and dull, now rate
lively attention and applause.
Yesterday afternoon the chair-
mah of the Congress announced
that he was receiving “thousands”

of telegrams from local party
organisations denouncing L
Jubodrag Djurich for accusing

President Peter Stambolic of Ser-
bia of stealing his wife.

Numerous observers described
the Congress reaction to the in-
cident as the most striking evi-
dence yet that the Yugoslav
Communist Party had irrevocably
broken with Russia.

Although impartial observers
coneeded that Djurich might have
acted merely as an unbalanced
individual without political mo-
tives it was noted that all dele-

gates spontaneously and_ instan-
taneously saw “positively” no
harm in his actions,

UP.



|
|

Put Twenty

In Hospital’ | 70,000, 0001

NEW YORK, Nov. 6,

Brooklyn and 34 persons were
injured, 20 of them going to hospi-
tal for minor injuries and shock.

Police said the collision ovcurr-

| i , iy f and succeeded.
The > ner “Ww
Two subway trains collided in| eese or UK The method opened n¢

PRICE: FIVE CENTS



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firs

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XMAS CARDS ON | FIEWE «, %)



TA ae 48 p.m
wa ae 2.20 p.m.
An



THE CARDS submitted for the “Advocate’s” Christmas Card Competition attracted great attention

during the past few days. They are on display in the Advocate Stationery

SIMPLE FILTER EARNED



Red Reaeticen

SCIENTISTS NOBEL PRIZE \Â¥> Truce Plan

STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6
THE SIMPLE application of a_piece of filter paper
earned the Nobel prize in chemistry to-day for two British
scientists Dr. Archer John Porter Martin of the National
Institute for Medical Research and Dr. Richard Lawrence
Millington Synge of the Rowett Research Institute in
Scotland.

Working together for the Wool
{Industries Research Association in

| Leeds, Doctors Martin and Syne

——---—-~ |






This Week

By TAD SZULC
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 6,
It has been learned that Com-
munist China’s reaction to the
series of compromise proposals
for settlement of the Korean war
is expected to be received at the

, \developed a cheap and simple ope erie week by the Arab Asian
Exploded Bomb | method nee analysis in Diplomate reveaied . preliainat
r > | ney ee views of the Peiping regime on the
Wrong I lace | ‘The two biochemists perfected [Indonesian proposal aimed
jthe analytical instrument known | reaking the deadlock over prison -
oun WORSHIP Mr. E. A. las the Chromatogram invented|ers of war, and on a br
Sees at ae = by a Polish scientist in 1905.|/Canadian suggestion which wil!
manded and aisshey rk | Dr. Synge later installed one in|be before the thirteen-nation
year-old Edmund Lip a of his own home, to take impurities | Arab-Asian group when it meets
Bay Land, St Michael when out of drinking water, It involved |).o.6 Priday in secret. messing
he pleaded guilty of exploding a tube packed with chalk into ‘ :
a bomb on Villa Road, St. which a strong solution of 8eD- | The Indone jan plan calling for
Michael, on the night of arated plant pigment was /tiie creation of two commissions —
November 5. poured : ; is one designed to deal w ith the over-
His Worship Mr. McLeod The pigments moved down a wll problem of Korea and th
told Lloyd that he was not columns at different pe R other to. coneentrate exclusively
supposed to carry his fire- could be collected at the bottom | oy, the thorny problem of Cor-

works to the streets where for analysis.



munist prisoners r@fusing repatria-

people were passing for it Many scientists had worked on |tion—was forwarded to Peiping

was against the law. is so-called partition chroma- jover the week-end through the
togram trying out different solu- {Indian Embassy in the Red
tions and packing materials.|Chinese capital The parallel
Martin and Synge hit upon the |Canadian plan was transmitted
idea of using celhilose jn theit Uthrengh the same chrnnetss4tawe
chromatogram. Since filter peper gaid,

is pure cellulose they tried that

fields
in chemical research, creating a
simple means of analysing various
substances. like
and antibiotics.

LONDON Nov. 6.

blood hormones
UP.
A Food Ministry Spokesman



—U.P.

Novelist Gets
Nobel Prize



fa er after mid-night when} said the Department is “investi-
the rakes of a subway train} gating Ontario’s offer of 10,000, 7 2 f ,
locked. Repairmen trying to! 000 Sends of top grade cheese Family Reunton STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6.
release the breaks of the six-car'for immediate delivery to Bri- ‘oie ; French Novelist Francois
train uncoupled the last two cars{tain.” The spokesman says the LOS ANGELES, Nov. vi Mauriac, 67, has been awarded
when they were found to be in]offer is attractive but the catch| Vice President elect hes yy M-| the 1952 Nobel Literature Prize
order. Three cars rolled backward] is “what do we use for money.’{ Nixon and his wife Pat left hd by the Swedish Academy of
over 100 feet into the first car of} Reports said Agricultural Minis-,plane Wednesday night for Wash-| riterature. Mr. Mauriac, wartime
the train behind, ter Kennedy of Ontario cabled| ington and a reunion with his! member of the anti Nazi under~
Police said the injured persons|the offer saying that Ontario|two daughters. ground, member of the French
were riding in the three uncoupled] could supply cheese at a price to Accompanying the couple were) Academy and France’s seventh

cars and the first
second train.

car

—U.P.

S. Koreans Cannot
Defend Korea

CENTRAL KOREAN FRONT
Nov. 6.

When President-elect General
Dwight D, Eisenhower comes to
Korea he probably will be told
that the South Korean army even
if given all out U.S. material
Support, cannot be counted upon
to defend Korea alone for a
jong time.

Several .U.S. officers serving as
advisers to Rok forces on this
front said : building a South Kor-
ean army strong enough to hold
the entire front and check a re-}
newed Chinese Red _ offensive, |
would take years, not months. |
The biggest single problem is the
shortage of experienced leaders
from sergeant to general,
the heavy casualties suffered by |
infantry combat leaders just as
they are becoming effective after
months of training. UP.



and |





Industrial Mission
Landing At 10.50a.m.

THE UNITED KINGDOM Industrial Mission now
visiting the Caribbean colonies of Jamaica, Trinidad, Brit-
ish Guiana and Barbados to advise on future industrialisa-
tion is due to arrive here this morning by the 10.50 plane

from Trinidad,
Tuesday 11th instant.

A programme of visits and
interviews has been arranged,
and during this afternoon they
will visit a number of Industrial



undertakings, }
The full itinerary is ag follows: |
PRIDAY, ith NOVEMBER, 1952

Throughout the city, buildings 1. Arrive at Seawell Airport at 10.9

a.m,

i. Visite to the following Industrial

Undertakings {rosa 2 p.m. to & p.m,

(1) West India Biseult Co., Gills Rd.,
St. Michael.

(2) West India Rum Refinery, Black

Rock.

(3) B’dos Food Products, Gress Farm,

(4) B’dos Knitting & Spinning Plant,

Spry St.



Factéry, Palmetto

(6) Central Foundry, Pier Head. ;
(7) B’dos Foundry, Whitepark Rd

(8) Goddard’s Stone Cutting Plant, St. |
Philip.
SATURDAY, #th NOVEMBER, 1057

I. Visite te the following Industeial |

They will remain in Barbados until

(1) B'dos Bottling Co., Roebuck 8t.

|
|
Undertakings from 9 a.m, to 5 7



(2) Caribbean Confection Co. St,
Matthias Gap.

(3) Roberts Mfg. Co. (Lard & Mar-
earine) Bay St.

(4) Roberts Mfg. Co. (Soap) Govern-
ment Mill,

(5) Mr. Hugh Walcott’s Furniture Est.,
Chelsea Rd.

(6) Conerete Products Ce., Lodge

(7) Laneaster Factory (Pottery) St.
James.

(8) B’dos Electric Supply Corp., Gar-|
risen,

(%) Wax Factory Edgehill Bt
Thomas.

SUNDAY, %h NOVEMBER 1962

I. Discussion among Members of Party.
1. Interviews from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m

MONDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, 195?
Interviews from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m
TUESDAY 1lith November, 1052

Leave Seawell Airport «t 16.16 am

of the] be negotiated—CP)

12 members of Mr. Nixon’s cam-
paign staff. The 39+year-old
Senator, the second youngest man



earlier spoke to
Mr. Eisenhower by telephone

“A Set Back To

2 99 | spent most of the day writing | International Literary distinction
World Sanity” | 2. wr.) eS

LONDON, Nov. 6. i

Leftwing Labour leader Aneu- ;
fin Bevan’s weekly today said] i!
that Mr. Eisenhower's election| |.
victory “marks a tragic setback to|
the cause of human decency and

political sanity throughout the
world,”



In an unsigned lead article the
Tribune, edited by Mr. Bevan’s

wife, Jennie Lee said that the
U.S, Administration wilt ndw be
taken over by men who fought

every, reform introduced by the
Presidents Roosevelt and Tru-
man,

Mr. Eisenhower's conduct
during the campaign has killed
hopes that he can resist the de-
mands of rightwing Republicans. |
it said. hi

te)

“Every economic measure taken |}
by Mr, Eisenhower is likely to
help the rich and cut the stand-|'
ards of the poor” the article said.
“That must mean a drift towards
recession and a slump and this |:
is the biggest single threat to the
world at large arising from the
Eisenhow +r victory.

UP.





Jap Minister To
Egypt

TOKYO, Nov. 6.

Government named Shigeru
Yoshano, Japanese Minister in
Brussels, to become Japan’s first
postwar minister in Egypt. Diplo-
matic relations between Japan
and Egypt were resumed Novem-



ber 3. Yoshano is at present
serving in Brussels under Japa- ,
nese Ambassador Shoji Ara | jie “The Wine
kawa. (U.P.)
CHESS GAME DRAWN
LONDON, Nov. 8.
Moscow Radio said Argentina’s
Maria Angelica Berea De Montero
and England's Eileen Trenmer
agreed to a draw in the Moscow
International Women’ che
tournament ifter the eventieth |
move of the t yesterda
—(U.P.) }

aver be elected Vice-President, | cnecgue 71,134 crown
ever to President-elect cheque for 171,1 crowr
anc



winner will be invited to Stock-
holm on December 10 to receive
from King Gustaf Adolf the prize
s. ($32,-
| 910) and other insignia of what is
| generally considered the finest







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Carub Calling

R. JAMES GRIFFITHS, for- For U.S.A Bock From North
= mer Secretary of :£i-“e for R. AND MRS. GEORGE R. AND MRS. RODERICK
(Rel pe. egy EDGHILL of Brighton, Black STEWART returned by|
. seep ecg Vea i & /arge Rock, left the island yesterday B.W.LA. last week from Nassau in
West Indian tudents "Union bo morning by T.C.A, enroute to the the Bahamas, and Havana, Cuba,

U.S.A. They have gone to residg having spent a week in each of
in New York City.

Mr. Edghill was an employee
of Sandy Lane Factory and a
prominent member of the Carito,
Cricket Club while his wife was
with Messrs Hutchinson & Ban-

Hans Crescent Hostei recently on
the future of Colonial territories.

The students listened attentively
as Mr Griffiths, in his broad
Welsh accent, outlined the prot-
Jems that had to be overcome be
septic ceeemscramen = Hele, Salta

pte self-gove: ; s

His light-hearted reference tc Health Reasons
the fact that the West Indies would EAVING by B.W.1A, yes.er-
be well served with lawyers in day morning for Puerto Rice
the years to come was greeted en route to the U.S.A., was Miss
with laughter by the students. 90 Gloria Sutherland of Bay Street
per cent, of whom are studying who has gone for médical aid.
law. She was accompanieq by her

On His Way mother,

these places as well as in Kings-
ton, Jamaica.

tehalf of Pye Limited, for whom
Mr... Stewart is Regional Super-
visor in this part.

There are now two Television
Stations in Havana, Cubd, giving
12 hours per day transmissions
each, Mr. Stewart said and
trend among TV users is to buy
ht set with the largest possible
tcreen.

British manufacturers are al-
ready produeing large screen Tel-
evision receivers for export to

R. MARTIN KEIFT, Execu- Pianoforte Recital such countries as Cuba, and the
tive in the Royal Nether- IANIST DANIEL ERICOURT British products are appreciated
lands Steamship Company, wha will give a Recital at the for their extra Screen brilliance

arrived in the colony on Sunday Combermere School Hal) tonight, and clarity. ;
dast by B.W.LA. from Trinidad on Barbadians have had the priv- . Jamaica does not anticipate
a short business visit, left on ilege of herring this world famed having a Television Station in
Wednesday by the SS. “Oranje- pianist within recent years, The the near future but in Puerto Rico
stad programme will include works by. @ Station is to be constructed

Mr. Keift is on his way to the Composers of Yesterday and To- Shortly. In Nassau, TV pictures
dquarters at Amsterdam, Hol- «‘ay — Scarlatti-Tausig, Mozart, can be picked .

Chopin, Faure, Debussy, Ravel- Miami, but the dis

Ericourt and Manuel de Falla.
cial Starter at the B.T.C. A GROUP of T.C.A. employees
Races, was among the passengers ¢ * arrived here yesterday morn-
arriving here on Wednesday night ing by T.C.A. from Canada on a J. Kelshall from Trinidad. They

lan mee involved

Official Starter
O. PENN BENNETT, Offi-

sults.

T.C.A. Employees For Two Weeks

by BWIA from Trinidad to attend week’s holiday. They were Miss arrived yesterday morning by |°t grill and grill just long enough Mother

the Races. V. A. Hendren, Miss Betty Wil- B.W.I.A. accompanied by their
He said that he had just re- "On, Miss Olive L, Ryall, Miss dsughter-in-law, Mrs. Arnold Kel-

signed from being a Steward of Gloria Giaschi, a stewardess and shall and are guests at the Hotel
Mr. Thomas

the Trinidad Turf Club after A. Finlay, Flight Royal.
serving for two years, due to steward and his wife. They are Mr. Kelshall is Senior Partner
pressure of work, guests at Rockley Beach Club and of Messrs T. M, Kelshall & Co.,

the Ocean View Hotel,

Mr. Bennett who has been con- Solicitors of Port-of-Spain and a,

nected with racing for fifty years, L P rember of the West Indies
has been Official Starter at races Labour Leader Returns Cricket Board of Control.
in Trinidad, British Guiana and Home To Reside

Barbados for the past seven years. ONOURABLE E, T. JOSHUA,
He expects to be in Barbados President of the Federated
until November 16 as a guest at Industrial and Agricultural Work-

the Hotel Royal.
| " = Party in St. Vincent, returned Mr. Knight, a brother of Mr.

District Medical Officer ome yesterday afternoon by B.G. V. C. Knight, was Accountant of
R. W. S. KULESZA, District Airways. Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd., for
Medical Officer of St. Vin- Mr. Joshua was a_ member of many years and is now retired.

cent, arrived yesterday morning the delegation of West Indian Mr. and Mrs. Knight will be
by B.G. Airways on a short visit a bye ae a residing in England,

rior to spending his long leave ©V' ados to intery ji »
Fr Bisent. e eg Mr. G. H. Adams on the question Trinidad Turfite

Dr. Kulesza expects to leave on of the trade union divisian whici R. CYRIL GITTENS, Dental
Sunday by the R.M.S. Lady Rod- WS likely to be created in the Surgeon of Port-of-Spain,
ney for Trinidad where he will Caribbean area. Trinidad, arrived here on Wed-
fly to New York and then pro- , While in Barbados, Mr, Joshua nesday night by B.W.LA, to at-
ceed. to London by the Queen W285 a oer Indramer Guest tong the B.T.C. November four-
Elizabeth. He is a guest at the et ing. day race meeting which opens at
Hotel Royal. seraat ete the Garrison Savannah on Satur-

a 5 ; P HER, day.

Fxhibition Opens To-day M daughter of Mr. Arthur. Dr. Gittens will also see his
DAY an Exhibition opens at Roberts, Manager of the Govern- horses Nefari and En Prix which
the Museum for members in- ment Savings Bank and Mrs. he manages, race at the meeting.

terested in Art and Local Indus- Roberts of “Greenways”, Aquatic He said that he was very de-
tries. There will also be exhibita Gap, left for Canada yesterday lighted to be back again in the
of oil and water colour paintings morning by TCA to join her hus- island after an absence of many

R. AND MRS, L. A. KNIGHT
were passengers for Eng-

land by the S.S. “Oranjestad” on
ers Union of the People’s Political Wednesday last.

|
The visit was a business one on

daily from |for you and fillet the fish, too.

Gone. by Miss Kendall, clever
young artist who recently came
over to Barbados to settle,

In addition there will be paint-
ings and sketghes by Mrs, Forster
and specimens of her shell work.

band, Mr. Louis Pitcher who left years. He last attended a race
here three months ago to take up meeting here in 1944, but had
an appointment in Montreal. passed through in December last

y year en route to Trinidad from
Boys’ Club Concert England after residing there for

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Varming
By HELEN BURKE
Talking Food

| TO offset latest increases in food
| wriens, I suggest a good potas:
as“an economical daiiy dish,
There need be no sameness in
a good potage or soup, based on

potatoes, as the flavours can we
varied.
| Avoid the stockpot for in th

lies the danger to fresh, clean-
flavoured soups. And do not worry
if you have no bones, One of mi
chef friends always says that wate:
is the best stock, and while thay
is not strictly true of all soups,
|it is of vegetable soup,

A large warming plate of soup
n be the main dish for an
evening meal, followed by a
Welsh rarebit or toasted cheese
|on toast. Cheese can replace meat
jor fish at a light meal.

ica

Then there are herrings.
joil in these fish is a great
and health protector, Buy, too;
sea bream, another of the less
expensive fish and very good just
jnow. Big drawbacks are the thick
scales and the bones, but the fish- |
monger will scrape off the scaies |

I suggest that you rinse and

does not, enable satisfactory re-|dry the fillets. Melt a walnut or!

two of margarine in the grill pan!
(no grid, please). Draw the fillets

PENDING two weeks’ holiday|{lesh side down, in the fat then outlook is
in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs, |‘¥7" them, Sprinkle with peppers

and salt to taste, place under the

to make the flesh opaque. The fish}
need not be turned.

Serve with the juice from the
grill pan, This, however, has a
way of drying during the grilling,
so, for this reason. I always add
(towards the end of the grilling)
a tablespoon or two of boiling
water to the pan,

Potage
START with potatoes say, 3-4
| for 3-4 persons. Add 1-2 chopped
}onions, a bouquet garni and water
|barely to cover. Boil until the
potatoes fall, then rub the lot |
through a sieve. Have cooking in!
another pan a dessertspoon of sago
or tapioca, Add it to the sieved
jmixture, together with enough
water for 3-4 people, a small nut
of butter or margarine and pepper
and salt and freshly chopped
parsley to taste and bring to the
boil again,

Other versions are to add tothe
potatoes an equal of

|

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MARCH 21 to APRIL &@ (Artes)— Bh leenengepeene

Kolex Watches
LOUIS L. BAYLEY

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. even intolerant attitude

JUNE 2 to JULY 2% (Cancer)—Don't
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By-the-by, do we always appreciate the
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Review awhile, and smile







JULY %& te AUGUST ® (Leo)—Keep . .
Your counsel, be not too quick to cross in exotic,
others or judge in important stakes ace
The Sun (your Sign's planet) says steer exciting Macao,
clear of wrath in taking offense at

things needlessly.

A Universal Picture port of sin and

AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) ‘1 j $
Condense matters wisely, but do not Starring shady dealings!
compress them through biased thoughts Jeff Evelyn

and self-satisfied practices, a real hazard
now

CHANDLER KEYES
Stephen McNALLY
with

Rock Hudson :o:
Joyce Holden

SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 28 (Libra)
This day leans toward neglect of those
all matters that really are vital parts
of suecess. You can check that trend
through. Libra’s adequacy

Pt a Sm

OCTOBER 2% to NOVEMBER 22 J A | 3 R iT AS S$ E L i
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House Spend Seven Hours On Five Year Plan |

Speaking under the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Education was necessary for re-





PAGE THREE

Di: . ks > % head than pay 60 cents for something
tscussion ontinues “Loans — Natural Gas Corpora- finement. not first class.
tion,” he said that it was irue He was not talking of a Mr. Mottley objected to the or wae
that there should be such provi- secondary school in each parish. Government paying the water rate - arao

This Afternoon

and urged that the people should

sion, but he first wanted to see That was foolishness, but there ; 4 ie

the Leader of the House go to were close to 90,000 people in St. Te senha ore tet pen ulG,

z s . j ere sho » y ‘ ee

The House of Assembly concluded the fourth day of Basland and clear up the good Michael, and there should be ; would

debate on the Five Year Plan of Capital Works and Taxa-
tion yesterday, sitting for another seven and a half hours.
The debate will be resumed this evening at 4 o’clock when
Mr. R. G. Mapp will continue to speak on the fiscal pro-
posals contained in the memorandum.

name of Barbados, The bad name
which it was said had come to
Barbados had really come about
through their giving Gulf a con-
cession and not the British Union.

Agrees With Action

another secondary girls’ school.
One could say when thinking of
parliament buildings and the
$750,000 it would cost that he was
sorry that when it was started
oepedy did not do it like Guy

ing was concerned he
Advocate for the development of
nore areas.

He has been hearing much talk
about money people have to pay
on r@m. The idea of providing
money for swing chair doctors was

the spotlight falls on ROBIA

Government who lost motions Mr. Mottley briefly recapitu. He asked the House not to . not good enough for him. The
for the adjournment on two pre- lated his argument of last Be - make any mistake as to what he The Honourable member might method of Public Health to-day
Vious occasions, won last night’s day, and contended _ that e thought about thé granting of Say One. had to go to Erdiston or should be to train more nurses * D li as | fi
motion that the House adjourn method of taxation proposed wag the concession. He agreed with Harrison College to be able to for positions eficiousty fine cotton
until 4 p.m., today by an 11—7 not only for the immediate future, the Government giving Gulf. He teach, English, but that was not Speaking of the Hospital, Mr
majority. An attempt by Mr. E. D. but to carry on “this top heavy would say, too, that he was of the true. Mottley said that he was glad. to
Mottley to amend the motion for administration” which had been opinion that Barbados was no Due to the Labour Party’s in- see that provision was made for *

the adjournment was ruled out of
order, while a suggestion from
Mr. A. E. S, Lewis that the House
Bdjourn until noon today went
unnoticed.

When the division was taken,
the voting went as follows: Ayes—

thrust upon them.

Mr. Mottley warned tha, there
must be retrenchment in the form
of earlier and longer hours for the
employees of Government and
said that Government had admit-
ted that in the Department of

more than a glorified crown
colony. He would defy the Leader
of the House, the Governor of the
colony or anybody else to carry
out instructions contrary to those
given by some official in the

cessant campaigning and work
in the Union the people had been
able to get money — he would
grant them that — but especially
because of that, they wanted to
educate their children and would
be willing to pay for doing so, If

another 100 beds but he was
afraid that all is not well at the
General Hospital

hoped that this would b@
tackle} immediately, because . it
was placed in the five-year plan
they did not have to wait until

*

So beautifully woven

Wonderful novelty designs

“r. L. = Semith; Mars. E E. Bourne; not eaten de eee ee — yore o_o agree with the t¢ Government used the money ay geal tg © piace oe Lae * So light, so cool, so fresh
Mr. C, E. Talma: Mr. E Holder. He thought that Government Leader saying that at the ap- to buad 4s ,achool, in- |, case of a patient at the Hospital

Mr. T. 0. Bryan: Mr. F L, Walcott’ Should go through the admimis+ propriate time he would clear up ‘t#d of parliament building, there \.0 "hag had an operation for

Mr. G. H. Adams; Dr. H.G.Cum- tration .with a pruning knife the good name of Barbados. Were | i. ae Oe eS sid g hernia and had got out of his bed * Washes and wears perfectly
mins; and Mr. M. E. Cox. Noes: Wherever there was a department What was more, when it came to WU e willing tw pay $10 a 4. go to the lavatory. When he

Mr. A. E. S. Lewis; Mr. W. A
Crawford; Mr. J. C, Mottley; Mr.
‘'V. B, Vaughan; Mr. O, T, Allder;
Mr. E. D. Mottley and Mr. BE, K.
Walcott.

Taking part fn yesterday’s de-
bate were Mr. E. D. Mottley who
spoke for another 3 hours, a total

from which they were not getting
immediate benefit.

He said he did not'see the argu-
ment in comparing the Civil Ser-
vice of Barbados with that of
Briti -Guiana, and suggested
that Civil Servants should attend
work at 8.30 a.m. in order to cope

dealing with the British Gov-
prmment, party or no party, they
should present a united front.
“Now I come to what I consi-
der one of the ~monstrosities in
the Plan — New Offices and
Parliament Building. You have
here $750,000 to build offices and

term to educate their child. And
ef course free secondary educa-
tion was beyond what a place
like Barbados could afford.

He next dealt with irrigation
and quoted Government's state-
ment in the Memorandum that
“It is hoped that, as a result of

returned to his bed he found that
his bed was occupied by another
patient who had just been brought
Phere are many patients in the
Hospital who share beds. But the
most important thing was that
what@ver they did they should

. : with the volume of work, rather ; i k sti Many -
Mi.'J. Cr Motuey and Mr RG, than have’ service whi neces- Parllamentary buuldings, j. can- or" wnich $900,000 has been pro- vsmplinfs ave, een, rectived |
Mapp who was still speaking at Pingo | ‘taxing people out of.exis- Meshber for a Jeon co (outer vided, economic methods of irri- from the Hospital net —s
. eae a wpe ee of the Government could be #*ting agricultural lands of peas- ‘bout ih Raa so Gating

a é s _ s ; see tha rere is i :

debate are Mr E. K. Walcott: Mr. Highways And ~ransport awake to the necessities of the fe he plantations will be de- Scum the imported staff at the
J. A. Haynes; Mr. M. E. Cox; Dr. ,. Diverting his attention to the people of this colony and include ‘welll be > ae eee funds Hospital that they could treat the THE TOOTAL GUARANTEE
H. G. Cummins; Mr. T. O. Bryan; Department of Highways and that.” roan! or “cans to pur~ nurses as they like.

Mr. E. Holder; Mr, C, E, Talma;
Mr. E, W. Barrow; Mr. F. E. Millar;
Mrs. E. E, Bourne and Mr. L. E.
Smith.

When consideration of the
memorandum was resumed yes-
terday, Mr. E, D, Mottley who had
spoken for four hours on Tuesday

Transport, Mr. Mottley said “it is
scandalous to see the amount of
money which is being spent by
that department on tenantry roads
because of the general attitude of
the workers, The money which is
being spent can do twice as much
work as it now does.” *

At the beginning of the year
at St. Michael’s Girls’ School,
700 children had made applica-
tiom to enter and were almost all
turmed back. Imagine a com-
munity like the community of
Barbados! What would happen if

chase irrigation equipment in
many cases, probably on a co-
operative basis.”’ He said that the|
Leader said it took a long time!
to decide whether or not irriga-
tion methods were good for the|
purpose of cane crops.

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ie icledy wah ne spare He he said. Supervisors,. labourers, S°™Me place to accommodate taose should only be for peasants. If a price and pay the cost

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children? Would it not have seen
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see why “one cent” should be instead of liament buildings. produced that would be well, The famous
Alternative Suggestions épent on that Department under He doubted that the Leader of but it was too ambitious to think
the Five Year plan until a proper the House could have included of including plantations. If
He admitted that there was no check was made of the amount provision for parliament build- gcientific research proved that
point in merely eats a meas- of wae howe. ong = general j, conscious of that, irrigation of plantations would Me word Touts! ond other brand names mentioned
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tive suggestions. However, the having an additional $150,000 to higher up and better off that it 9 @ pia am
pronouncement made by the assist peasants with holdings up wher irrigate or lend and

Leader that he has asked for sug-
gestions did not apply, and could
not be expected to apply to the!
official opposition, but they on
that side would be the last per-
sons merely to offer opposition
without being able to put forward
alternative suggestions. His party
wes not unmindful of the fact
that while there were superficial
differences between the two par-
ties, their fundamental principles
were the same in that they would
all like to see a progressive and
improved Barbados,

Referring to the plan itself, Mr.
Mottley said one could “see some
skilful hand in its preparation,”
but it appeared that no consider-
ation had been given to the appli-
cation of the proposals and their
effect on Barbados generally.


















to 25 acres, Mr, Mottley thought
that they could be better dealt
with under the Agricultural Aids
Act, and turning to the question
of establishing a piggery, he said
plantation owners and managers
should by an Act of the Legisla-
ture be ordered to keep a certain
amount of heifer cattle and pigs.

He did not think that Govern-
ment should spend money in that
direction.

On the question of the estab-
lishment of a Central Milk Depot
and .Creamefy, he said that
“wherever Private Enterprise was
willing to provide the necessary
money, Government should mot
interfere. Such interference killed
incentive, and resulted in the peo-
ple having to bear the burdem of
taxation to meet a similar scheme.

was not necessary to let some
people get education. That was
why he would prefer Englishmen
than some Barbadian scholars to
fill certain posts. Some Barbadian
scholars were opposed to the fur-
therance of education. If they
were educated along a line that
was not very familar, they would
charge $10 a minute to teach it.
A Foolish Feeling

The feeling that # was a waste
of time sending girls to school
unless they got certificates was a
foolish one. Any father liked to
see his daughter’remain a child
as long as possible. If she was
unable to go to;another school
after leaving the elementary
school at 14, theré was a worse
thréat of increased population.

The vast resources of the gigan-

money to do so. He would get
monéy and irrigate. Therefore, it
was not necessary to provide for
plantations, but only peasants.

Mr. Mottley in refering to the
Housing Board said it was one
item for which he would have to
offer a defence, as he was a mem-
ber of the Board for sometime.
Rehousing of Barbados is a big.
problem and when he said re-
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tne slum areas. In every housing
scheme the Government was
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TEST CASE?

['WO memoranda on the oiis and fats

agreemelt were submitted to the ninth
meeting of the Incorporated Chambers of
Commerce of the British Caribbean, in

British Guiana.

One was submitted by the delegates of
Barbados and British Guiana: the other
by the delegates of Trinidad. The delegates
of Barbados and British Guiana were
seriously concerned at the methods by
which successive oils and fats agreements
have been formulated and regard some of
the provisions of the current agreement as
unsound economically and harmful to the
legitimate interest of consumers. The
delegates from Trinidad on the other hand
expressed themselves in favour of regu-
lating the trade in soap and edible products
in the British Caribbean area in such a
manner as to give a measure of assistance
to the local industries of coconut growing
and their conversion into manufactured
articles. The disagreement between the
Trinidad delegates and the delegates from
Barbados and British Guiana arises from
a diversity of interests. Whereas the
delegates from Barbados and British
Guiana were concerned especially to safe-
guard the interests of the consumer, the
delegates from Trinidad had obviously
been briefed to represent the interests of
the copra-growers and of the manufac-
turers. The oils and fats agreement is by
way of becoming a test case which may
decide whether the British West Indies are
going to ‘follow a policy of protecting the
producer and manufacturer (even at the
expense of the consumer) or whether the
interests of the consumer are to be given
the highest priority.

The divergent views about the oils and
fats agreement have arisen chiefly because
the commercial and consumer interests are
inadequately represented at the Annual
Conference which fixes prices to be paid
for copra.

This is the considered opinion of the
delegates from Barbados and British
Guiana and the point is stressed in their
memoranda. Other points raised by the
delegation are that it cannot be a sound
commercial policy to permit the prices of
locally produced commodities such as
laundry soap, edible oils, lard and
margarine to diverge so greatly from the
prices of comparable imports as is likely
to arise from the operation of the current
agreement: that the complete protection
at present given to the Oils and Fats In-
dustry needs periodic review to ensure that
efforts are being made to improve the
quality of locally processed products: and
that the further development of the Oils
and Fats Industry demand conditions of
free trade within the area if measures of
protection are to be continued.

An understanding of the Oils and Fats
agreement is necessary to an understanding
of the points raised by the Barbados and
British Guianese delegates. It must for
instance be remembered that the agree-
ment served the West Indies well during
years of acute world shortage of oils and
fats when the copra growers could have
received much more for their produce than
was agreed by the Oils and Fats Confer-
ence. The Oils and Fats Conference has
been of great service to the British West
Indies and the delegates of Barbados and
British Guiana were of the opinion that the

industry ought to be afforded a reasonable
measure of protection since it appears well
suited to the circumstances of the region.
What are being disputed are the measures
of protection and the methods of represent-
ation of the interests concerned

The success which has attended the
British West Indies Sugar Association in
their bargaining with the Ministry of Food
is sometimes used by the copra growers as
an argument to bolster their own cause. If,
they contend, the sugar growers of the
British West Indies can stick out for a high-
ly remunerative price why cannot the
copra producers? This line of argument is
not in the interests of the West Indian con-
sumers. Having recognised the importance
of the oils and fats agreement to the West
Indies in previous years no sentimental
arguments ought to be permitted when the
agreement is examined today.

There is a° world of difference between
affording an industry a reasonable measure
of protection and allowing it to prosper uh-
duly ata time when improved world pro-
duetion is forcing down prices. Unless
the maintenance of high prices is made de-
pendent upon improvement in the quality
of locally processed products there will be
no incentive for the industry to spend
profits upon improvements.

The memorandum put forward by the
delegates of Barbados and British Guiana
is motivated by a desire to protect the
interest of the consumers. The memoran-
dum put forward by the delegates from
Trinidad is primarily concerned to protect
the interests of the copra growers and
manufacturers of copra products, although
it recommends that all sections of the com-
munity in each territory should be kept
fully informed of the arrangements pro-
posed from time to time and be given op-
portunities of entering fully into discus-
sions preceding administrative decisions.

What will be the future of the Oils and
Fats Industry? Will it be over protected
to the extent that the consumer will be
paying more for a local product than he
would be asked to pay for an imported
product? Or will consumer organisations
be able to keep the price of local products
at competitive levels? ‘A forecast at this
moment would be rash, but it is safe to
state that the publicity given to the con-
sumers interests by the delegates at the
ninth meeting of the Chambers of Com-
merece will be beneficial to the consumers.



BARBADOS

Whose Fault? Condemnation

To. The Editor, The Advocate, To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR.—Your Leader of Friday, SIR,—-Anyone with an appre-
3ist October entitled “The ciation of the plight of the con-
Blind” must give pleasure to all sumers in Barbados can do no

members of the community who otherwise than to condemn the
jare concerned with the needs of so-called 5-Year Plan before the
physically handicapped people. House for all it is worth. The
| Mention












































is made of a new Plan in simple language is a sys-
ltraining school for blind chil- tem of taxation for the next 5
dren in Trinidad and to the fact years and nothing more. To call

that no Barbadian children have the document before the House a
entered. The Barbados Associa- Plan-—as we understand a Plan
tion in aid of the Blind and the Divising “and an ‘attempt to, e=-
Dent hes bean touch through- tablish a dangerous precedent in
out with the Committee in Trini- the history of Planning.
dad which provided this school. “j; jg unfortunate that Govern-
Tt is an excellent building, beau- jn ent in its effort to collect
tifully situated in a lovely val~ reyenue has seen it fit to burden
ley. The premises are modern an already over burdened pecple
ind ‘specially built for housing groaning under the yoke of in-
‘he blind and the school is run direct taxation. I see the Plan—
by a committee which is very If Plan it can be called—a mas-
nrogressive in its approach to terpiece of Conservative plan-
the problems ning and a triumph to that ele-
Your Leader pertinently asks ment. :
“What are the reasons for the _ Where is the
apparent obstacles which prevent Harbour? Can we long con-
the young blind of Barbados tinue without it? No one who
from ‘accepting the facilities in has the welfare of the island at
order t heart would envisage a 5-Year
r to begin a new life in ; . ; .
: 9” ; -. Plan’ without such a _ scheme;
Trinidad? I should like to as- oad : :
rm when bearing in mind that such
‘ure you that any obstacles there ., undertaking would
have not been raised by the much of our unemployment and
Association, On the contrary, we at the same time give the island
do our very best to persuade 4 temporary, if not a lasting state
parents of blind children to let of prosperity. Any long range
them gu to this school. Where the plan in Barbados without a Deep
fees are the difficulty, the Com- Water Harbour is pernicious and
mittee is willing to give financial cannot be called a Plan,
assistance. The greatest obstacle The 5-Year Plan is a grave re-
is usually the parents themselves flection on the Party in power to
vho are reluctant to allow their plan anything to the lasting good
handicapped children to leave of the people who so _ willingly
nome, The case of Penelope elected them on the last election.
(a fictitious name) is typical. The Party stands condemned by
Penelope is now ten, the child of all well thinking Barbadians.
ndustrious parents who are, Public censure is so great on
small artisans. They are not this issue, that the Party should
wealthy but they have a regular test its strength by going back
neome and manage to live quiet- to the Country for the Peoples’
y and humbly within their approbation,
neans, Penelope was born blind | To suggest that the Party go
nd her trouble is her parents back to the Country for the
we her too much, They Peoples Approval is to my mind
will not be separated from her, fair and reasonable. My sug-
7 ; gestion is borne out by British
‘or this reason she is deprived Parliamentary practice in . any
vt her opportunity to become a Qiisi, and the issues involved
1ermal citizen and will probably in the 5-Year Plan cannot be
‘nd up forty years hence aS @ separated from a crisis.
lind person in receipt of public True leaders are never afraid
‘ssistance, The child herself is of the people; so take courage
‘uite intelligent and taking her and face them as Attlee did last
ue from the grown-ups around year in England.

Deep Water

ver bursts into tears and refuses L. B. BRATHWAITE.
» be “taken away”. The parents epi ite i
re allowing her to decide. How Civilization

“on she? We have done our best

vith them but recently have To The Editor, The Advocate—
aased to try further -versuasion SIR,—I desire to say that the
vecause we are now being chare- civil progress of humanity when
4A with trvine to senarate chil- traced from the most pristine ages
4jren from their parents! up to this present era, leaves

much to be desired,
Penelope’s, Mr, Editor, is an From an anthropological stand-
oxtreme case, but the same point, man must be regarded as
notives may well be behind the the most amorous animal ever
eluctance of other parents even created, but if the dignity with
.o let us know about their child- Which man ‘has been endowed
en, The answer as you point from creation and which gives him

ut is education of the public, Priority over his less intelligent
ind it is there we rely on the brethren is to be maintained or
ielp of a friendly and co-opera- even enhanced as can quite possi-
dive Press. bly be, those congenital animal

instincts which give rise to con-
troversy and which are yet very
prominent will have to be thwart-

The Association is not with-
vut hope however for the future
ft blind children in Barbados. oq choked and finally effaced
‘ive deaf children are already perhaps the most Ys ohatating
oeing trained at a special school jnstinct which undoubtedly has
n Trinidad. It took two years to originuted from our animal an-
versuade the guardians of the cestry is avarice.
irst who went that the training When we recall the story of
night be his salvation. Once he “the dog and the shadow,” and
yot there however, others fol- see how manifestly his (the
owed. In the last few days in- dog's) ignorance was displayed,
ormation has been received that it is not amazing or pitiable when
he Poor Law Guardians in one we see the prominence of his
vf the Parishes will contribute grees, pee oe ee ee
» the support of a 5S-year-old Pardonable, for as the old adage
Jind girl who ie in their care. It B0es—"“where ignorance is bliss,
‘appened that the first deaf child vet on = = var ee man, be
vho went was also in an Alms- Ve" an who has been grante
rowse, in eae of these cases he the faculties of comprehension and
%oor Law Guardians have blazed Te8S0n and of enjoying the splen~
he trail) Perhaps now Penelope's dour and beauty with which
ardi . a oth Ww ill foll nature has graced us, is wholly
Uardians an ‘i ers will Tolow inexcusable when avarice ig
it. My Committee hopes so. found to be in predominance over
I sist bys Poe of his nature,
’ an can be given every con-
Yours very truly, ceivable requisite both physically
BETTY L. ARNE. and materially, yet he never
Hon. Secretary. seems to reach a state of satiety.
B’dos Assn. in aid of the Consequent of such discontent,
Blind end the Deaf even war is waged, and not only
8rd November, 1952. are the reins of felicity curbed,

: 1 but a deplorable future beyond
“Bridge Of Sighs” the mental horizons of mags is

; 5 predestined.
‘o, The Editor, The Advocate, Even this miniature island of
SIR,— I was a very inter- Barbados with so exiguous @

sted reader of the recent articles population is found to be faltering
ppearing in the Monday Evening under the barbarous claws of
News as well as the two subse- greed which is one of the pre-
quent ones in your Daily News- vailing substrata of burglary and
paper. dissension among the people of
I must confess that I did this island.

ympathise with Eve Perrick in If we, the denizens of Barba-
‘er. article because of the fact, d0s claim to be civilized and to
ypeaking as a visitor to Venice, have replaced the weaknesses of
me is somewhat disappointed on OUP animal ancestry by more
wrival, but after having spent wholesome practices, ' then let us
he firet night there. the place be, more philanthropic and exert
\ssumes quite .a different aspect more wholesome efforts towards
*xt morning and on leavin tie formation O88 morp genw,
1ex s nS sympathetic and civilized world.
ery pleasant memories are re- Yrs. Faithfully,

iined of your visit, FRANCIS JE
At this point I do heartily eT
West Indian Names

gree with everything that “Wan-
lerlust’ has written about the
place. . To, The Editor, The Advocate.
Your correspondent, “One who | SIR,—A suggestion for the an-
has never been to Venice’ did nouncer at our Race Meetings.
-ry to fill the gap which was left As West Indian Federation seems
»y the two previous writers as to be always talked and written
egards the reason for the name bout, why are not West Indian
‘Bridge of Sighs” but I am "ames used wherever possible in
vfraid that his explanation did Calling out the winning numbers
1ot tally with the local version. instead of foreign ones. Surely J
Actually the name took its rise for Jamaica would sound more in
yecause of the fact that on one Keeping with our W.I. background
side of a Canal .is a Palace of ‘an J for Japan — qn enemy
very magnificent structure. in ecuntry not too long ago. I sug-

gest also that they use A for
which is housed the Courts of t +
Tustice, 56 fo “soen ails tad Antigua, D for Dominica etc., but

ace continue with C for Canada.
hat a short bridge spans the hese may sound trifling
Canal leading into the Prison on matters to lo¢al: ears but you
he other side, which incident- would be surprised to know of
lly is as gloomy a place as one the criticism they produce from
ould ever wish to see with its foreigners.
at infested dungeons “ete:, some Yours faithfully,
ff which are even below water H. BAYLEY.

‘evel at high tide and d et ,
Per ip ee ee Attention All Butchers
Prisoners, after having been
}centenced, were led across this 7% The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—We are suffering from a

| ridge into confinement and very . ;
; spate of advisers but the most

|many of them, knowing that ps is
| ‘hey would never see the light Dapded aoe cae ne
|-¢ day again heaved many ® My local butcher hacks up his
|Sigh bemoaning their fate — meat blindfold judging by results
ence the name. and he tells me that the only
1 may mention that I have had training he has received is by
the opportunity of visiting the way of a fella’s unkept promise
|Courts, of Justice and walking to lend him a book on the sub-
|seroes the Bridge of Sighs to the ject. Frying and stewing steak
| Prison during my visit to Venice from the stores is obviously cut
lact year. from any part of the anynal ex~-
Manv thanks for the sn°ce and cept’ the head, tail and feet and
I do hope my explanation may two Ibs of frying steak can be
have been of some use. made up of 11 ozs. of bone, 8 ozs.
of fat and 13 ozs. of lean meat
FRED S, OLTON and grisel. Fillet steak—which



absorb *

ADVOCATE

should be entirely edible can also
contain 25 per cent. of waste here}
and frequently dovs.

If such an adviser was invited}
to come at the expense of the
butchers, (not the taxpayers) I
feel sure that it would pay them
handsomely, as the better cuts—
when discovered — would com-|
mand a better price and every
cut could be sold for what itis,

to the entire satisfaction of the)
customer and seller, No meat
would then be returned to the
store in disgust.

Yours etc

BETSY FORDHAM.
You've ‘ad It

to, The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I have been following tha
correspondence on disrespect of
the National Anthem in Barba-
dos, which followed “Pensant’s”
article on the subject in one of
your Sunday issues.

In my Opinion none of your
correspondents so far has discov-
ered the real reason why the
Anthem is not shown respect in
cinemas etc, both here and in
England.

With the confidence in my be-
liefs that ignorance inspires I will
venture to put them right. The
reason is that, not only is the
National Anthem played too much,
but it has come to mean “You've
‘ad it chum”, In other words:
“This is the end, you have had
your money’s worth; now please
go home arfd let us lock up.”

fhe result is that people have
come to associate the National
Anthem not with the idea of Mon-
archy but with the word END.

If the Anthem were only
played at state occasions such as
parades ete, it would get the
respect it would then deserve.

At the moment it is just a
polite way of saying “scram”;
I have even known some hosts
break up cocktail parties-—-which
would no doubt have continued
for the rest of the night—by play-
ing the National Anthem!

Yours etc,
FIRECRACKER,

Princess Tsahai Memorial
Hospital Fund

Io, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR,—May I, through you,
draw the kind notice of your
readers to the Princess Tsahai
Memorial Hospital which was
opened in Addis Ababa last year
and which has been built and
equipped by the support of Brit.
ish subscribers.

I am happy to state that two
operation theatres are now at
work. The Laboratory is provid-
ing a service not hitherto possible
in Addis Ababa and a_ Blood
Transfusion Unit is being pre-
pared. A skilled Radiologist and
a skilled Anaesthetist are inno-
vations in the Ethiopian Medical
Service which will save many
lives.

The Sool of Nursing for Ethi-
opian Probationers is furnished
with the equipment one would
find in a British Nursing School.
After the first twelve weeks
tuition the pupils sat for an ex-
amination in which they all did
well and many of them received
more than 80 per cent, of the
marks, e

In the Infants’ Department of
the Hospital among th outpa-
tients and inpatients, the main
diseases are pneumonia, pleurisy
end bronchitis. There are always
many acute cases on the danger
list requiring very careful nurs-

ng.

The Memorial Hospital Council
in London still has approximately
£2,000 to raise in order to pay
for equipment and freight charges
in respect of equipment already
installed in the Hospital in Addis
Ababa.

Moreover, the Memorial Hos-
pital Council is extremely anxious
to raise a fund for the assistance
of destitute patients who are un-
able to contribute anything to-
wards their treatment and require
assistance in various ways for
their rehabilitation on leaving the
Hospital. :

Donations will be gratefully
acknowledged by the Honorary.
Treasurers, Lord MHorder’ = and
Lord Amulree, c/o Messrs, Gould
& Prideaux, Honorary Account-
ants, 88, Bishopsgate, London,

E.C, 2,
Yours ete.
E. SYLVIA PANKHURST.

Hon. Secretary.

3, Charteris Road,
Woodford Green,
Essex, England.

Xmas Card Contest
To, The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Although I am not a reg-
ular churehgoer and do not claim
to be intensely religious I find it
repugnant that the first-prize
Christmas card should be simply
an advertisement for rum.
Christmas is celebrated in mem-
ory of the birth of Jesus Christ. _
“Very local in character’ but
in very doubtful taste, or as I see
it undoubtedly bad taste,

Yours Very truly,
» BIM.

Beautifying Barbados
To, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR, May I crave a small
amount of our precious space to.
refer to a subject to which I
really had no intention returning.

I would like to say “thank you
so much” both to Col; Oliver and
also to Dorothy; F. Wilson, for
their generous support to my
humble suggesion that
Cornation Gift to the
would like to see some of the
Plantation Owners give some of
their land bordering the “MAIN
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THE
ISLAND” for the planting of
avanues of shaded floral trees etc.

Although I don’t envy Col:
Oliver in the least for the time
and energy that he must have
devoted to his mathematical
deductions, Labouring as he was
under a delusion, Yet I thank
him for admitting that “seriously
the idea is a good one.”

Seriously any school boy glanc-
ing at a road map of the island
will see that “certain sections of
our main highways” could not by
any stretch of the imagination
take up almost half of the land
area of the island,

Even if it did, what we loose
in sugar production we would
gain in Tourist Inflation. For after
all sugar will not always be king,
any more than Mr, Adams will
always be Prime Minister.

Thanking you again,
A MOTORIST,


















FRIDAY,

NOVEMBER 7,

1952










DIARIES !! DIARIES !!
AT THE
ADVOCATE STATIONERY

NEW REGISTRATIONS
WARMLY WELCOMED

By DEREK MARKS
W. S. CHURCHILL and (Pro-
perty Restorers) has submitt port on
its first year’s working to the shareholders.*
Object is to secure an increase soon as



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possible on the capital of 13,724,418 votes, BROOMS BRUSHES
It has been a satisfactory year in many of Bass or Yard Lavatory
the departments. But how does the report ie Shee
compare with the prospectus that the com- Hair (Floor) Hair (Head)
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Out in front is the able handling of CLEANERS and POLISHES
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the currency and bring the books into bal-

ance.

Mr. R. A. Butler has succeeded in stop-

ping the dollar drain, and by the end of the

year the accounts will be brought to balance.
ADVANCE

NEXT on the credit side comes Mr. Harold
Macmillan’s building department. There the
target was set out as 300,000 houses a year.
If the target has not been gd, substan-
tial progress has been mai ;

High up on the company’s” prospectus}
sheet were bold plans for developing the
Empire. New resources were to be devel-
oped, and there was to be the “greatest pos-
sible volume of trade” within the Empire. °

And in the progress report? No wonder
they tuck it away in the back pages. Only
one credit item: a big improvement in the
Malayan situation.

For the rest, there is the puny record of
Lord Salisbury, Commonwealth Relations
Minister, and Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, Colonial
Secretary; a record of nothing ventured,
nothing won. There is a pat on the head for
the Socialist-appointed Lord Reith and the
Colonial Development Corporation. That
Lord Reith’s activities have been so far re-
stricted to winding up various development
projects is glossed over.

When they do get around to developing
the Empire how will the Tories go about it?
Standing side by side Lyttelton and Salis-
bury wait cap in hand for dollars to flow:
“Tt is our belief that American capital
should find an outlet in Colonial develop-
ment,” say the Tories.

Tucked away, too, at the back of the re-
port, is a summary of foreign policy
achievements. True, Mr. Eden receives the
deference due to deputy-mariaging director.
He has “injected a sense of, ose and
courage into our internati relation-
ships.”

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For sunshine .. .
Tootal colour
and design...

THE PROSPECTUS they harmonize!

BUT where is the purpose and courage in
Abadan and Egypt? The prospectus prom-
ised that Britain’s voice would be heard
loudly in the Middle East and,,the Pacific,
but the report shows that Britain’s'voice has
been heard not at all. cm

The shareholders were promised vigor
ous action against State-buying—‘it has
failed”—and against controls.

After a year the bulk-buyers remain ir
possession of the field, and the great mass
of wartime controls remain.

True, indeed, a few controls have been
lifted—decorated pottery is allowed again.
soft wood, lead, and fertilisers have been re-
turned to private traders.

Just how the balance sheet is linked wit
controls is shown by the effect of abolishing
the identity card, The result was £500,000
saved, and 1,500 people released.

TOOTAL — or simply
Dress Material —
why say more ?

We're not... we're
just reminding you

of TOOTAL Week...

TOBRALCO _.... $1.31
But at the Ministry of Food Mr. Lloyd LYSTAV ......00000:+ S141
George still clutches at his ration books with LOMBIA &

a Socialist fervour, and at the Board of
Trade Mr. Peter Thorneycroft thinks about
designs for freedom, but never acts.

Once again on the credit side pensioners
war widows, and retired public servants
have now got bigger incomes, Family allow-
ances have gone up, as have sickness and
unemployment benefits,

SCAFFOLDING

LOOKING to the future, the prospects
are outlined as being the gradual lessening
of State control, State bulk-buying, State}}
ownership, and the centralisation. of power
in Whitehall. The purpose for which the}j
company was floated remains the same: “To
make Britain strong, and to keep her free.”
At the end of the first year she is stronger
and a little more free.

If the great new edifice of the Tory blue-
prints is still shrouded in scaffolding, it is
because not all of the firm’s directors are of
the same quality as the master builder in
the managing director’s office—L.ES. :

* Progress report: “We Shall Win Through”—

Conservative and Unionist Central Office, 6d.

SEA CHALLENGE 10 BRITAIN

By NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK
RIGHT at the beginning of this new
Elizabethan Age ships of five nations are

TOOTISHA ............., $1.99

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SPECIAL CIGARETTE
PRICES

beating the British merchant fleet to a fast- Craven A 50’s—$1.08 vine" cane
growing sea commerce, 8 Craven A 20’s—42c. Cointreau
This trade lies along an Empire waterfront Saeeee ote Creme de Menthe
~— the shoreline of Canada. Golda Flake 50’s—$1.08 — Ale—12-0z.
In growing numbers merchantmen from Gold Flake 20’s—42c. Goldentree—12-02.
Norway, Sweden, Germany, France, and 1 Canada Dry
Holland are snatching cargoes from ports on hes maa ae: 5s chiA Schweppes ‘Tonle
the Great Takes, in the heart of North To-day’s Favourite - - Plantains—6 cents
America, and carrying them to London and
Sew And all over the world. oT wae PHONE
JE, only steamers under 3,100 tons can
get this business now. But when Canada GODDARDS
digs its big seaway to the Great Lakes (orders| (3-Â¥r.-Old) We
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stakes will be enormous. |



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER



POWERED FISHING

¢, 1952

ROAT



RESTLESS (bottom), a powered fishing boat, was launched at Fontabelle Beach yesterday morning.
She is owned by Captain Fergusson.

Captain Fergusson decided to build “Restless” after a successful fishing season by the much smaller

Jezebel (top).

Diesel-Powered Fishing
Boat Launched Yesterday

“RESTLESS” the diesel-powered fishing boat which
was built by Captain George Fergusson, was launched at
Fontabelle Beach early yesterday morning in the presence

of a large gathering.

Shortly afterwards she was towed into the Careenage
by “Jezebel II,” another powered boat owned by Captain

Fergusson.

Apart from the Government Experimental Fishing
boat, Investigator, she is perhaps one of the only powered
boats in the island built specifically for fishing.

“Restless” is powered by a
ten h.p. Petter Diesel engine
which gives her a speed of seven
and a half knots. She is 24 feet
overall with beam seven feet
nine inches; depth of the hull is

four feet six inches and draft
three feet.
She is a double-ender boat,

fitted with forward and aft cock-
pits while midship is a cabin
which houses the engine, two
sleeping berths and a two-burner
kerosene stove for cooking. Aft
is a lazaret.

The combination-engine room
and cabin, is well ventilated by
a six-foot glass sliding skylight
which has brass rails for protec-
tion.

The dread of going adrift or
not knowing ~ one’s whereabouts
will not be experienced in “Rest-
less”. She has a compass, clock,
barometer and other modern
equipment. She also carries fire-
extinguishers.

Any season will be Restless,
She has been built to fish through-
out the year and her. equipment
puts her in a position to do so.
The local hurricane season is no
exception.

Her body is pitch pine planked
with mahogany timbers and cop-

per and brenze fastenings. -She
has 800 pounds of lead in her
keel. Her fuel capacity, includ-
ing auxiliary tanks, is adequate
for a journey of 150 miles.

Her lighting plant is operated
by a generator, driven by the
shaft of her engine.

Chesterfield Gittens and Lionel
Bennett, who built the Restless,

told the Advecate that they, along
with Captain Fergusson, were the
designers,

“T am
be a ‘success
beyond doubt
success”, Captain
the Advocate,

He said that Jezebe} fished last
year with much success and she
was a smaller hoat than Restiess,
He therefore decided to build a
larger boat.

“J intend building two more
powered fishing boats along the
design of Restless”, he said.

confident Restless will
I have proved this
through Jezebel’s
Fergusson told



Can Hold More
Belfield Sealey, formerly skip-
per of Jezebel and now skipper
of Restless, told the Advocate

that although Jezebel was small
she was a big success last season.
In his first trip in Jezebel he
caught 75 dolphin and had to pass
g@hers in the water. “With
Restless’ capacity I am sure to
make some good money this sea-
son”, he said.

Jezebel could only hold about
a basket and a half of flying fish

but Restless can accommodate
approximately two and a_e half
tons,

Captain Fergusson’s aim is to
catch fish quickly and bring them
to the housewives as early as
possible.



Arrival Of

Schooners

Increases Activity

THE ARRIVAL of three auxiliary schooners on Wed-
nesday and two more arrivals yesterday served to brighten
up, the ‘atmeSphere around the wateafront yesterday and
make ita contrast to\the previous day. .

The schooners which arrived
all had a fair quantity of cargo
to be unloaded and this aroused

the interest of waterfront work-
ers,

Hand-carts and donkey carts,

foo, came into prominence = as
they helped to convey some of
the goods to the merchants’

stores. These were seen to ad-
vantage in the unloading of the
cargo of the schooners “Gita. M.”’
end the schooner “Marion Belle
Wolfe”, both of which brought
general cargo to the island.

UNLOADING CARGO

The unloading of the cargo of
the schooner ‘Marion Belle
Wolfe” was begun yesterday
morning. As a result, there was a
number of lorries and animal-
drawn carts drawn up alongside
the berth of the schooner, wait-
ing» their turn to draw their load
of goods.

The schooner first unloaded its
cargo of rice, 1,000 bags in num-
ber, after which a quantity of
charcoal was unloaded.

The Gita.M. too was unloading
its cargo of cotton and cocoanut
oil which it brought to the island
from Grenada on Wednesday
morning,

This unloading of cargo kept

the wharfside extremely busy all
yesterday.

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FRUIT AND COPRA

The ‘motor’ vessel Daerwood
arrived import yesterday morning
from St. Lucia under the com-
mand of Captain J. Neilson.

It brought to the island a cargo
of fresh fruit and copra which
was discharged near the Harbour
Master’s Office yesterday morn-
ing.

The cargo of fresh fruit brought
much concern to the hawkers,
who were assisting in the unload-
ing in an effort to acquire their
quotas at an early hour. The
vessel is consigned to the
Schoonef Owners’ Association.

UNLOADING OIL

The Rebecea’ E. Lewis was
yesterday unloading its cargo of
oil, domestic gas and turpentine
which it breught to the island on
Wednesday from Grenada. The
schooner arrived under the com-
mand of Captain P. Joseph and is
consigned to the Schooner Owners’
Association,

FROM MARTINIQUE

The 25-ton schooner Sunshine
R., arrived in the colony yesterday
morning from Martinique. The
vessel which is under the com-
mand of Captain H. Peters is
consigned to the Barbados Import
& Export Co., and brought a
general cargo to the island,









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BARBADOS

Thief And Collaborator

Jailed

TWENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD Randolph Applewhite and
30-year-old William Thomp

iterday each sentenced t

son alias “Toe Joe” were yes- OBITUARY
five- years penal servitude by

Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery when an assize jury found ;
into a building of George Hill, Dr. J. A. Browne

the first guilty of breaking

of Fontabelle on July 10 this year and stealing a clock and
three flour bags, and the other guilty of receiving the yestera
clock knowing it to have been stolen. \

Both had been charged with building breaking and Browne and his funeral took plac

larceny but Thompson was

Applewhite had five previou:
convictions for petty larceny, the

last on February 28 this year
when he was sentenced to five
months for stealing a battery

Thompson had two previous con-
vietions for house breaking and
larceny and five for petty larceny.
Thompson’s last conviction was
in December last year when he
Was sentenced to six months’ for
Stealing lumber.

Mr. F. §E. Field, Assistant
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown. Both accused
unrepresented.

P.C, Lisle Trotman said that
he was on duty along Savannah
Road about 4.45 a.m. on July 10
when he saw Applewhite some
yards off. He went in Apple-
white’s direction and Applewhite
ran. He ran after him and
Applewhite dropped three flour
bags he was carrying. He picked
them up and continued to pur-
sue him, but Applewhite escaped
through a field of canes,

He reached Codrington
shortly after and saw Thompson
carrying a parcel wrapped in
paper, He asked Thompson about
nn parcel and Thompson showed

m

were

Road

a clock and said he had
got it from a man named An-
drew, but he did not know

‘where Andrew lived. He arrest-
ed Thompson and carried him to
District “A” Police Station where
Thompson then said that he had
got the clock from Randolph
Scott who was also known as
Applewhite.

Cross-examined by Applewhite
he said he knew him (Apple-
white) for a long time and was

certain that the man he chased
was he
Cpl. Harold Bryan said he

arrested Applewhite and charged
him with the offences.

George Hill, manager of Hill’s
Dairy identified the clock and
said that he had given it to some
of the hands who worked at the
dairy and it was kept in a room
they occupied.

Discovered Theft

Jeremiah Griffith to whom the
flour bags belonged, and Ben-
jaman St. Hill, both employees
at Hill’s dairy, said that they had
secured the door and windows
of their room about 3 a.m. on
July 10 on leaving the room to
attend the cows, St. Hill re-
turned first and discovered that
the clock and bags were stolen.

Cpl. Emerson Yearwood said
‘hat Applewhite had made a
statement to him, In this state-
ment Applewhite’ said that he
met Thompson about 4.30 on July
10 and Thompson invited him
'to go and break and enter Hill’s
place. He told Thompson he did
mot feel like doing this and
Thompson told him that in that
case all he needed do was go on
with him, stay outside, and
Whistle if he saw anyone. Later
he had the bags walking along
Savannah Road when a_ police
chased him.

Thompson called two witnesses
to give evidence on nis_ be-
half. The first, Frank Waithe,

said that about 5 a.m. on July 10,
he saw Applewhite with the bags
and the clock and Applewhite

offered to sell him the clock, He
called P.C. Trotman and Apple-
white dropped the clock and

bags and ran.

George Prescott said that about
4.30 a.m. he was at a pipe on
Westbury road when Applewhite
passed along with flour bags in
his hand.

Addressing the jury from the
dock, Applewhite said that no one
had seen him about Hill's resi-
dence and it was because he had
a few previous convictions that
the Police had charged him along
with Thompson, On _ previous
occasions the Police had arrested
him and questioned him for off-
ences about which he knew noth-
ing, and afterwards had to let
him go. His life was the life of

the dog with the bad name.
Thompson also addressed the

jury from the dock. He said that

after Applewhite dropped the




LANVIN — Arpege, My 8in,
Scandal, Rumeur

JEAN PATON — Joy, Moment
Supreme, Amour Amour

SCHIAPURELLI — Shocking

CHANEL — No. 5

10: 11, 12, & 13,



ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE





For Five Years

The death cecurred suddenly
ay morning at his residence

Ashmount, Pine Road, of Dr. J. A

at the Westbury Cemetery in th

not found guilty on this count. afternoon. He was 69

clock and bags aud ran away Dr. Browne was the second sor
E.C. Trotman said. “Well here °f the late Philip Browne. H
is “Toe Joe”. Let us hold him, WS educated at Harrison Celleg

He will do just as good as any- #d procteded to Edinburgh where
body else. He has a notoriety he qualified making a special stud
He said that if he had intend- ©! Ophthalmology. After a shor
stealing he would not have prettice here he followed his eld
svch slight things as a brother P. N. Browne, K.C., t
and a few flour bags. British Guiana. One in the lav
The jury returned their verdict @nd the other in medicine they
after 40 minutes’ deliberation. held extensive practices in that
His Lordship said that their country. It was here that D:
records were not such as to Brewne became Ophthalmic Si:
varrant the Court in thinking g€on at the Georgetown Hospital
that leniency of any kind would On his retirement he returne
be rewarded, but rather that it to Barbados where in addition t
would be grossly misplaced. He his private practice, acted as Por
then passed sentence. Health Officer. A serious illme
depleted his energy and within
recent months he was compelle

e to teke things quietly. His sudde
Overloading death yesterday was a shock to the
community.
funeral yesterday afternoon bor

Conductor£5
ample testimony of the

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, witn which he was held }
Acting Police Magistrate of He was married to Miss Miller- |
District “A”, yesterday fined 37- Austin and there are four |
year-old conductor St. Clair Sealy children of these a boy and a gu
of St. Judes Village, St. George are both studying medicine aim |
£5 and 1/- costs for carrying 39 another boy is reading law. Be
passengers ‘in a bus which was sides these he is survived by one
licensed to carry 31 on Septem- brother Mr, C. R “Snuffie
ber 8. Erowne, retired Magistrate

Sealy who had 13 previous con- British Guiana and three sisters
victions was ordered to pay the Proprietors of the firm of Messrs
fine by monthly instalments of Fld pl & Co,, Jewellers of Swan |
-1 per month or to undergo two Teel. oat :
ee imprisonment with hard To the members of this sorrow

ed
stolen

vlock





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Quiet, gentlemanly carriage anc | Stoched ama 5 ariely of Shades A
dignified in manner, Dr. Brownc
was highly respected in all circles |
and the number who attended his |

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. ft alas awn oh mility ing family, deep condolence wit

labour. Sealy pleaded guilty. Ce awtanel tls :
Police Constable Sergeant ae ee } : LAND

attached to District “B’ Police gy ° , G

Station told the court that on Traffic Blocked 4

»vereign Whisky possesses that distinction of Gaveu

This s«
EEN : \ “ hs ! will claim your allegiance from the first sip.

SCOTCH WHISKY

September 8, about 9.15 a.m., he
was on duty along Salters Road, Yesterday morning many
St. Michael and saw a_ bus motorists drove up Passage Kou
travelling along Salters Road, It only to find that they could nov
appeared to him to be overloaded turn into Bank Hall, White Park
and he stopped it. The defendant or cross over to Country Road.
was the conductor of the bus. The reason was that the track
A check showed that the bus which will carry the undergrouna
had 39 passengers in it. It was telephone cable along Bunk Hali
licensed to carry 31 passengers, Road was open for the full width
He took the name of the defen- of the road,



dant and told him that he would Trafic E sa 3

be prosecuted for overloading the rafie on the main road wa Sole Importers :— ,

bus slowed down considerably, be W. 5. MONROE & CO, LTD, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
Sgt. Forde who prosecuted for Cause at that point and for some |

the. Police oak information distance up Bank Hall Main |} MACOONALD & MUIR LTO DISTILLERS LEITH

received, told the court that on Road, there is only space to ac



the last conviction, the defendant commodate one vehicle,

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was fined 20/- or one
imprisonment,

ichard Taylor of Aquatic Gap, |
RESISTED CONSTABLE, Richard, Faylow of Aquatic, Gap,

: St. Michael, was detained at Dr. |
A fine of 15/- payable in 21 Bailey’s Clinic yesterday morning
days or 21 days’ imprisonment with an injured right knee sus-

with hard labour was imposed on tained in an accident between |

Adolphus Gittens (34) of Gills @ motor lorry and a bicycle which |

Road, St. Michael by His Worship he was riding along Bridge | rn

Mr. G, B. Griffith who found him Street, :



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guilty of assaulting Island Con- The lorry, M-2040 the property |

stable Stanley Bryan on wf Barnes & Co, was being | §

October 31, driven by Clarence Forde of Halls} .

Bryan told the Court that on Road, St. Michael, The accident y
October 31, while passing Church oceurred about 9.30 o'clock. 3
Village he heard the defendant ‘ ae ‘ A REAL COOLING
using indecent language and q '
while trying to arrest him, the 17 L. D’S REPORTED | DELIGHT
defendant assaulted and resisted 4 ©
him, The follewing notification o ;

He was forced to call for Infectious Diseases for the Ci
assistance, Eventually the defenm- month of October, 1952, are a TODAY S SPE iAL
dant was taken to a Police Station. follows: q

Gittens had two previous con- Enteric ever 10, at
victions for assault, Tuberculosis 1 $ KNIGHTS
REMANDED. \ 3
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St.Clair Webb a_ joiner of} Diamond Rin ss :

Plack Rock, St. Michael was}| z Phoenix and City

remanded until November 14, by |
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday on two charges of frau- ?
dulent conversion of money

amounting to £14 15s, 10d, E

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Bolton Lane











Sgt. E. W. King is conducting
the case for the Police.
Twenty-one year old Joe Walcott
alias Joe Monkey of Arthur Seat,
St. Thomas appeared before His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yes-
terday charged by the Police with
larceny of .sugar canes from
Warren ‘Plantation on October 10,
The case was transfefred to
“D” Police Station aad
was remanded = util
12, No bail was offered.

R THE RACES

Ow!

SELECT THE FINEST IN

HIRTS

Dress Shirts

“ELITE”,
“RELIANCE”,

District
Walcott
November

p

on

“RENOWN,”
ete.,

By “ARROW,”
“NEW YORKER,”

ete, in several qualities from $3.94 to

$7.25



Sport Shirts

Including an exceptionally smart GAB-
ERDINE by “ELITE” in Maroon, Bottle,
Beige, Cream, Maize and Tan @ $6.03
Also the popular “KOOLMUNF” in
good range of plain shades

As well as a large assortment of other
Sport Shirts in fancy designs from $2.50
to $6.72

SEA ISLAND SHIRTS

For SPORTWEAR
in White only
| For DRESSWEAR

in Cream, Grey, Blue
@ $7.00 and 88.44

| HARRISONS -Diat 2664



@ $6.67



and White



Broad Street.
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PAGE SIX

CLASSIFIED ADS.

FOR SALE |







THANKS
HOWARD The Howard family beg
through this medium to return thanks
re) ait imose kind friends who sent AUTOMOTIVE
wreaths, letters of condolence, or in any é
way expressed their sympathy in our CAR-—-One standard § H.P. 1947 model
recent bereavement 7.11.52—1n. Ipyres and Battery new. Dial 4465 on
Friday and 2582 Saturday and Sunday,
FOR RENT nf it bon
ELECTRICAL
HOUSES

a ar ratte ener ee, ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS—2.75

‘BROWNSLOWE’ — Black Rock Draw-|KVA complete 90/130 Volts 3 Phase AC
ing and Dining Room, 5 bedrooms and P\$400) Petrol engine—Dial 4616, Courtesy
all other conveniences. Dia! 01-21. D. A.| Garage 5.11.52—6n

Browne Prospect, St. James slag leet atl altace —enemcinatseertnntniciaeeraaeminaooiael
FRIGIDAIRE—One Canadian, 7 cubit
3 7.11.52—

1.11,52—t.f.n.
hil me eager a SS Sa -
FARAWAY — Piully furnished 3 bed-



room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR—Two (2)
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2] Crosley Shelvador of U.S.A. Manufacture

Servant rooms. Monthly rent plu | with 5 year guarantee 7.5 c. ft. capacity.

$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial! ourtesy Garage. Dial 4616,

4476 1,11,52—t-t.n. j $.11.52—@n.
eee
“GWENDOLYN'—Eagle Hall Rd. Near LIVESTOCK

“WATERLOO”. Three Bedrooms. ai

modern conveniénces. Available 16th

") HORSE, CART and HARNESS. C.
Herbert, 55 Tudor St. City.
_5.11.52—3n.

November, 1952. Dial 4425, Horace Hoyte. |
Hours 9 a.m.—4 p.m. (Excepting Sun-/
days! 7.11,52—In. |

ONE MULE and CART. Apply H. A.
Gulstone & Co., Ltd., 37 Roebuck Street.

——_$__$_————— LL |
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed-
room house, Crane coast Double Garage !









3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water-| >.) 3664. —5.11.52—3n
mill supply. Monthly ee Ace kee
ii charge, IN. ADVANCE. a
mo fatten MECHANICAL
~ ne en EEE
~GAZE—Sea-Gate on-the-sea, Max OLIVETTI (M 44) Typewriters. Avail-
walt’ Gea Fully furnished including ble from Stock in various carriage
refrigerator and Telephone from Decem- vidths as follows:—
ber onwards. For further information llr — $260.
dial 2250 or 3007 6.11 52—2n 1577 — $293.00
18/7 — $325.00
OFFICES Enquiries to S. P. Musson, Son & Co.
td. Dial 3713.
nea aah Ghnnee 28.9.52—t.f.n.
OFFKES—Cool, Spacious and reason-
ably priced. Apply K. R. Hunte Tat
Ltd., Lower Broad Street. o Ae MISCELLANEOUS
ANTED CAMERA One Zeiss Ikon with 3.5
Ww 4 Tessar Lens and Compur Rapid Shutter.
—~—_.__+___. | With speeds from 1 sec; to 1/800th sec.
HELP n excellent condition, with case. Price

Ltd

$80,00 Contact Mr. Shannon, C/o Knights
YOUNG LADY—With thorough experi- 11.68:8n
ence in general office work and Textile
business, desires position. Box K.R. C/o

Advocate Advertising Department
~~§.11,52-—3n

CAMERA — One Bell and Howeli
. M.M. Movie Filmo Sportster. With
2.8 lens in good condition, with case.
Price $200.00 or nearest, Contact Mr.
Shannon, C/o Knights Ltd.

—7.11.52—3n

B45151 and B4744.

YOUNG LADY — With knowledge in
general secretarial work and Typing,
desires position. Box L.M. C/o Advocate

Advertising Department —6.11.52—3n CARS SUANTS

“wo (2) Eye Cane Plants at 60cts. per
— | 0 plants, Book your requirements with
MISCELLANEOUS Manager Kendai Plantation, St. John
in writing. — —T.11.52—6n

BEER BOTTLES — Empty 10-oz. Bee:
Bottles with cartons. Stansfeld Scott @| CI SAW—Here is your oppor-
Co., Ltd. —7.11.52—t f.n. |tunity to make and sell Coronation

decorations. You can buy a band saw,
circular saw, pig saw, Sander, planing
machine all with motors. Phone 8332.

—17,11.52—3n

COMICS & MAGAZINES—A Wonder-
ful Assortment just received. See the
new JOHN WAYNE ADVENTURE
Comic, Gene Autry, Lash LaRue, Roar-
ing, Wild and Thrilling Westerns and
many others at 18 cts. and 24 cts. each.
Also True Story, True Romances, True
Detective, Etc., Ete. 30 cts each. Stanway

WANTED TO BUY
BICYCLE — In good condition to suit
boy 8-10 years. Please Phone 8598.
—6.11,52—2n

WASTED TO BUY
GAS RANGE--One gas three or two
burner Range. ly: C. B. Brandford,
Sea Bright, . Phone 4065.
6,11.52—2n

UPRIGHT. PIANO in good condition.

Telephone 95235 between 9.30 a.m. and |Store, Lucas Street. —7.11.52—in.
3% p.m. or write Box No: R.I /o —-_ —
Advocate Adytg. Dept. 6.11.52—3n Cc TREE DECORATIONS—

PRnRahtan eee sate eae A LARGE V
ANNOUNCEMENTS | 2, “sins! sticr'taae,
Louls L. Bayley, Bolton :.
re 2.11.52—1n.
EXHIBITION of; Paintings and Shell- a
work by Mrs. J. M. Forster, paintings
by Nan Kendall, at Barbados Museum,
near Savannah; Nov. 8th—30th, daily.









































10 a.m.—6 p.m. Sundays 2.30 p.m. to| Stores in two @izes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.
6 p.m =< 2.11,52—13n 29. 10. $2~
’ >. FULLER MOPS — Water Mops and
gu wLi¢ NOTICES Polishing Mops. Apply: H. P. Chees-
—— i j|man & Co. Ltd. Dial 3382. ‘
Ra NOTICE 2.11.52—7n
ne entries for the Poultry and FURNITUR’ LISH—
Pigeons divisions will be taken by Mr. |andq 2% oz. Furniture Polish. Ay 7
R.E wards, Jones & Swan Pro-|cheesman & Co. Ltd. Dia sien.
duce Warehouse, Hinck Street. : 11,53—8n.
DUDLEY H. B, O'NPAL, rnin alten Ma
Secretary. FULLER COMBS-—Ladies and Gents
7.11.82-n. |Gombs. Apply: H. P ape a Do.
THE SUGAR INDUSTRW AgnicuL. | ‘to Dis) 3302, {ee

eee EENeneeannpmereneaED
TURAL BANK ACT, 143. FULLER BRUSHES — Drain A

To the creditors holding specialty liens] .uiator, Milk Bottle, Baby Bottle, Toilet

against Haymans and Warleigh Planta-| pan, Fi

Scrub, Floor, *
, Hons: Bt, , Peter, Powder, Complexion, ‘Comb Cleaners,
TAKP NOTICE that we, the Trustees | Wall Hhrushes Ladies
of the above Plantations are about to | Brushes, Brushes and
obtain a loan of £2,000 under the pro- | Brooms, § reas P.
visions of the above Act against the | Lea, Daal

said Plantat
cultural yt
£6,000 hi



ay 9
Bi

ns, in respect of the Agri-
952 to 19

OS. lazed THLES—White, Pink, and
as been already borrowed) ee ‘1

Green. Also good quality 26 gauge Gal-

in_respect of, such year. anized sheets in 6ft, 7ft, and 8ft. Enquire
Dated this 7th day of November, 1982.|\uto ‘Tyre Co, Trafalgar and Spry
' —T. A. GITTENS Streets. Phone 2696 nai. nm.



R. CHALLENOR

—Tru
per C. R. PACKER,
Ti eon.

— EE
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of George Carter.
shopkeeper of Roebuck Street holder of
Liquor License No, 236 of 1952 granted
to Eugene Tougsant in respect of a
board and shingle shop at corner of
Dunlow Lane, St. Michael for permission
to use said Liquor License at a 2-storey
wall buildingeat No, 129, Roebuck Street,
City. se

Dated this y of November, 1952,
To the Polic&® istrate, Dist “A’

RIS CARTER,
~ for Applicant.

N.B.—This ‘apptitation will be consid-
ered at a Licenstiig Court to be held at
Folice Court, District “A” on Monday
the lith day of#November, 1952 at 11
o'clock, a.m. oo

now to the Daily Telegraph,
Daily per now

days after publication

fan Gale oe Ameponte: oo" Ltd. Local
resentative. ‘ \ ‘
_ 17.4.62—t.f.n

| SRA AND AIR
TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

Schooners:— Amberjack Mac, Emeline,
Lucille M. Smith, D'Ortac, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Everdene, Sunshine R., Cyclo-
rama, Frances Smith.

Moter Vessels:— T. B. Radar, Daer-
wood, Jenkins Roberts.





a* GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A”
—7.11. 52—



~

PORLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

Sn nn NU no
LAND—(8) five spots of land for sale
at Plagg Staff Rd. Clapham, St. Michael,
Apply to C. St. Hill, Cosmopolitan Gar-
Dial 3915.
—6,11.52-—3n,



ARRIVALS

Sch. Sunshine R., 25 tons, from Mar-
tinique, under Captain H, Peters. Con-

sisned to the Barbados Import & Export

age, Magazine Lane,

PROPERTY-—One property containing
drawing room, breakfast and ‘dining
room, 3 bedrooms, toilet and bath %
orchard. Dial 3467



. Everdene, 68 tons, from British
Gulana, under Captain E. Phillips. Con-
signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso-

acre of land, ciation,



7,11,52—2n M.V, Daerwood, 94 tons, from St.
“non | Lucia, under Captain J. Neilson. Con-
pee er ie etnndh.” Apo os signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso-
p.m. Miss G. E Boyce on the | ciation.
premises. 2371. 2.11,62—6n. DEPARTURES
AUCTION $.S. Colombie for Trinidad.

3.S. Oranjestad for Madeira.
Seh. Turtle Dove for Trinidad.

Seawell

ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.

STH NOVEMBER
From Trinidad :
R. W._ F. Johnson,





UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By thstrutions received I will sell on
Friday November 7th, at Messrs. Gen-
eral Motor Bus Co., Ltd. Nelson St., (1)
1950 A—40 Austin Pickup (Damaged in
accident). Sale at 1 p.m. Terms

VINCENT GRIFFITH,

J O. Bennett, A
nea Tha an. | Thorne, M. Korbin, C Gittens, S. Byer,
oom Shee R. Skeete, A. Carew C. Douglas, C



Weeks, S.'Chester-Ferdinand, E. Evelyn.
H. Leslie, A. Frampton, V. Lewis §.

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER 8 | A. Southwell,

By mstructions received from . S. Southwell L. Ko
insurance Co. 5 will sell on Friday 7th at! J weber. J. ‘Weber I. Davis, CG. O'Neal
Messrs. Chelsea Garage Ltd. Pinfold|w. L, Cuthbert, A."W. Silenzi, J. Abra-

Street (1) 1950 Hillman Minx .{ ed | ham.
in accident) Terms Cash. Sa per
VINCENT GI A

From Grenada:
; K. Dennys, E. Benjamin, W. Grace, E
2.11.52—4n

Alleyne, L. Martin
6th NOVEMBER
From Trinidad :



Rolex Watches

Parr. J. Burton, I. Yearwood, £
Courteau, A. Youssuf, J. Kelshall, E.





Jackman, C. Greenidge, M. Watson, W.
Matouk,

DEPARTURES By B.W.1LA.

For St. Luca:

NOVEMBER 5.
C. Perriam, C. Phillips, H. Duboulay
| Flotssac, C. Gill,,O. BR. Theodore,
|s Salles-Miquelle, F. Da Gazon, M
\ I

ADVOCATE

\"aF Exglesfield
[Pore Grenada:
NERY Rh. Tueker, G. Mayers, M. Gavon, A
ST ; Jeremiah, T, DeFreitas
Fer Trinidad:
E. Forde, L. Farmer, M. Farmer, J
GREYSTONE, BASTINGS Bruce, J, Bruce, A. Bruce
Fer Antigua:
eee NOVEMBER 6.

W. Barrett, E. Vochringer
For Jamaica:
| fajor M. Melville



Just the little phop in the village
where the Béat Books, Stationery For Puerto Rico:

E. Taylor, OD. Squires, G
1. Weber, D

riland, G

Cummings,
Weber, G. Sutheriahd, 8
Edghill, B. Bdghill, W
£ tr. Rouse, D. Steed

and Xmas Cardéw are now on show.




PAWNBROKING SALE

THE following pledges will be sold at auction by order
of The Pawnbroking Company Per A. E. Taylor Ltd.,
Coleridge Street.

The sale will be held at our auction room (17 High
Street) on the 11th day of November, 1952, at 12.30 p.m.

Any pledge may be redeemed by paying the interest
due thereon up to the day of Sale.



Date of No. of
Pledge Pledge Articles pledged
1945
July 16. = nee Two gold finger rin
Ava 11,.4..:. eK por ee, One gold finger na
« 18. Be Sere hss One gold watch chain
Woe 1824... . Sane .One gold necklace
Noy, A655 .¢. 44. Sere. sides sc Two gold finger rings
Ree, Bs ce | ROS. One gold finger ring i
» 2 RR td One gold finger ring
1946
Ce Teas 58 PGS he. 4,2 One gold watch 910027 one gold
chain, one penknife .
9: BF eg cs ete Gs em One gold finger ring
sis Bw 3c OOaiais 9650........... One gold finger ring
Mat 14.5. ...3% 10086... . || _ One gold finger ring
Faia Is e5'oak 10456........ |. One gold watch No. 89 and key
Jule es ck. SR hs ,, One gold finger ring
July 12.. pee oie es ccs. One watch bezel broken
oo MR eee 7 Site ett One euge, Sewing Machine
Sep. he. saa We oc. ik One gold finger ri
Oct. 3 iss tok MR bile. ne oo ring
» Seebeat ae SEs cidUer bes ne gold finger ring, 2 gold links
Nov. 22........ Mii One gold finger rin
Nov. 27 ) ‘gold strap oe
OV. BBbs ies. BROS ist 3, One g necklace, one gold ri
Dec, 3.. | haere: One gold finger ring, 2 earring!
six silvér es.
og WERE iy MMB es eek: One gold watch 28422.

.,,Qne gold finger ring

_ One Valkyrie Ladies’ Bicycle with-
‘ out fenders and hand grips

Two gold finger rings

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

One Hopper Bicycle

One Silver cup

One gold finger ring

Two gold finger rings



: BL bs ex ivabace One gold finger ring
bak BAS cs aod TETEDG ode ein avb . Two gold finger rings
is NED RRS BE ree cies One gold finger ring
ae hove oe PEM VY 5 pds oh One gold finger ring
Wg De ik nlvin dee SENG + eeinibiiegie-Ghtts One gold chal, pendant compass
square
aes tpn. S.« og 8554.39 One flat gold bangle
Qiniis.F Dek Sed Se Two eo finger rings, two silver
angles
June J mete see 11968 Adar as One gold finger ring
ml WR on ke ES 60s « cee ws Two gold li
July 3 12072 ol =

One gold finger ring
Two gold finger rings
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring



Seeks ye 12241 One gold finger rin
1 ERNE ON oe BOTs 690 6 oe he Two gold finger rings
AUG, BE iii sss wis Mahe hs ke aas One gold finger ring
See SW i One gold finger ring
ne 12428 One gold finger ring with stone

One gold finger ring

,.One gold finger ring

..One gold finger e

One Singer Sewing Machine han-
dle grip broken No. 649889 AB



oe ear | ee One gold Ae. ring
iy RRs re: okt DEAR cys 650 X00 0 Se One gold necklace

mer. wtcesahes wy Ge Rret lr. One gold finger ring
ast Me pe ah ae TERS ies eh One gold finger ring
be Deas arena 12842..... «+.++.,One gold finger ring
yn, Peper TIPE dials a0: Ske bi One gold finger ring

Dee) Bs secs Sees eevee. One gold finger ring
bi) RRS: > Oovtata NE. base’ cat Two over bangles, one gold finger

in,

band aM be. jae TAME 5. ue 0 0\ere 89-9 -Two gold bangles
en Ages SOR. 6 deka cher One gold finger ring
Nah eds a oe Ess hig 4 0a bc One gold finger ring






One
. One
One

gold
gold
gold

gold
gold
gold
gold

gold
eo a finger
ne gold
One gold finger
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
. Two id finger rings
— ge
gold finger r
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring,
brooch
One gold bangle
ecerve One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring

finger ring
finger ring
finger ring

One
One
One
One
One

cet broken
finger ring
finger ring
finger
necklace

FROM Ts e502 one gold



BD ins vn a whGOOs coc cceenees One gold finger ring

”

Nov, 28........J4A80 ..........- One gold ring, one gold

ce heart

Dec, $1........15062............ One

1949

Jan, 3..... +e ROMEO... cece wees Four ld Brooches, one gold
n e & cross

Feb, 26.......- tty SOES s'.0'e 60/8 Qne gold Chain, one compass

Mar, 28....... ’ Oe pebagaees ne go nger ring, one gold
chain (broken and tied no
bar, 2 oc

May 2.....+5. 18622.....6.0005: One gold nec ‘ce and cross

June 25......- 15860... 6.06.00 One gold bangle

July 20,,.....+ 16961,.......5- ‘One gold necklace

Pee Seas ork Two gold finger rings

ee eee eeeeeee One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger

Two gold finger rings
One gold finger ring

One gold bangle

One gold

One old neciiace

Ome 3 bangle

One gold Watch and case side arm
0. 43097 (broken)

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

.One gold bangle

Two gold finger rings

..,One gold bangle

..One ane cone

.. One le

. One "Sota watch, No. 81082 no
bezel—no crystal

..One gold necklace

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

One Sovereign

One gold Chain and pendent, 2

Gold. finger rings.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers.
No, 17, High Street,

Jul: y



”

July
Aug.
Sep.

Oct,

| Five Year Plan















BARBADOS ADVOCATE



ng of money for productions but
vhen it came to spending money
n such a manner as itemised in
he Five Year Plan, he would say
t was just a waste of time. He

From Page 3
He did not like to be person
but some occasions called for it
Unless a foot is put down on these
things it would happen all th








time, se Ethought it to be bad economic
Nurses Treated Badly slanning.
There is a Matror at the Gen-J Speaking on ene, eee
eral Hospital who has been treat-g ‘n the Plan, Mr.

that there were some schemes
mentioned under the Peasants
an Bank which should not be

“ae that Pp 25 under
He said that on

che head “Minor “Fiandicrafts”

ing the nurses extremely badly
He understood that one day some
30 nurses went without lunch and
included was a nurse who wa
in the Surgery with a doctor. On

going to the dormitory she met : “The report of
the Matron who told her that she wd ae hee Cocamian

could not have lunch. The nurse];
pointed out that she was in the}'ee, 3s Wane” exeumniee: The
Surgery and could not leave be-} \"4 mittee recom the es-
fore the operation was concluded] “OT ") ent of a Central Organi-
and the Matron after refusing to sateen to supervise develop-
let her get lunch used insulting|°*"° as bas-
language on the back of it. An

other case was reported to him mmen t the
where a nurse at the Maternity| s9,c°outnelte* Committee Be
Ward was not paid as she could|scked to consider up and
not get away because she was|rynni
looking after a mother in labour.|o¢ local handicrafts on the Bag-
This nurse was not paid because'vage Wharf and at Seawell, and
she was a bit late. that if this proposal is acceptable
“This Matron at the Hospital to them, that Government make
was treating
and it would be a good step for! that a grant be made to the Pub-
something to be known about})icity Committee to erect and es-
these people before they are giv-|tablish the shops, An amount of
en these posts in the island?", | $50,000 has been included in this
Mr. Mottley said. plan to fimance any schemes
Mr. Mottley continued: “If|which may be accepted by Gov-
something is wrong with this Ma-|ernment”. iv

been received

tron or she has a dislike for, or} He wondered what be-
cannot get on with our coloured|come of those old
women in the Hospital, let her|ladies who used to down and|

leave this island because as long|Knit and sent wi Ss overseas
as there are complaints he will|to keep servicemen warm during
be raising hell on the floor about|the winters of the war years.

it.” He said that it seemed to him

In England a doctor on duty |that the members of the Publicity |

at a Hospital had to be there for|Committee had certain racial
a period of hours and he is there|discriminations and he thought it

to work. But at the General|Wrong to give that Committee
Hospital a doctor cannot be found | $50,000.
when one is wanted, New Offices
“Put down all the beds and if :
you have a bad staff you are still} With regard to “New ces
in the dark,” Mr, Mottley said. |#nd Parliament Buildings” where
Public Interested pm is stated: “It is essential that
In_ concluding his speech Mr. aa office accommodation

Mottley appealed to members of
the House and also to the Leader
of the House and said that the
public of Barbados were very
much concerned and interested in
the Five Year Plan. Thousands

provided forthwith. At
the same time Government pro-
poses to erect new Parliament
Buildings as was last Proposed in
1939. An excellent site is avail-
able at the East end of Govern-

are bitterly opposed to the Plan.| would peodse ,,gtounds — which |.
+; would provide fi

would do-the island 10, petmess| lative ° ‘buildings, ministerial

the? matter and offices, the Secretariat, and the

the resolution
moved by the Leader of the House
should not be passed. He had/|
quoted proposals many of which |
they were bound to agree with!
but there were many which they)
would disagree with.

There were proposals which |
@imed at certain improvements |
and there are methods of taxation
to carry out these proposals. The|
plan is one for five years. Rather
than say he had agreed with the
principles of the proposals he
would say that they should agree
with many of the recommenda-|
tions of the proposals. |

“T think I have discharged my

Crown Law Officers. This would
release office accommodation ang
the existing chambers of the
Legislature in the Public Build-
ings for use by Government De-
partments for which offices are at
present rented. The amount of
$750,000 is a provisional estimate
& * cost of the new buildings,
ased on three times t 939
—— of costs,” patie

e€ said that Government
reer it just given. in.

in Salaries and under

abovementioned head they wae

going to give them i
tions of living better’ condi.



all over the world were
build houses cheaper and cite.
La o ge not see why Bar-
os shou
ee d not try to do the
He felt it was a
to see in the Plan

miss some of the falacies.
thought that the Plan would
affect the worker more than any
other person,

Mr. Williams then warned
Government that he would never |

He

welcome sign





in his life vote for the Plan. He | additional Provisions. for
ws , &@ new kitchen,
coulg quite appreciate the spend : @ On page §
—_-
arrival of the

MAGNIFICENT

NEW
GASEL REFRIGERATOR
It has “THE NEW LOOK”
It delivers the goods...
NO motors, NO belts, NO brushes,
NO moving parts, NO interference
with radio, NO rust. . . Nothing to
wear out.
WE HAVE WAITED TO GIVE
YOU THE BEST.
Let Us Show it to You (Working)
at your Gas Showroom, Bay St.









HOUSE FOR SALE

At the Office of the Registrar in Chancery,
at the Public Buildings at 2 p.m. to-day
Lovely Sea side Dwelling House known as

BARTICA

at Rockley, Christ Church

TO THE COMMERCIAL TRADE
and

QTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

We accept Orders for Company Seals, Seals for
4 ‘use in Legal Offices, Masonic or other Fraternities
. and for Private Address Stamps.

The above are supplied in Metal Dies and
Counterpart — Small Hand Press Machines.

Made by Reputable English Engineering House
Satisfaction Guaranteed ;

’ Enquiries Solicited

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Tuition ‘= hee for the reso-| could be made to do foo! e res. STEAMSHIP co. acsent cure ¢ und. Poasenbets “we
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Mr. L. A. Williams (L), said|could not be done in Be «sp M.S. STENTOR, 12th December, 1952.
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thing but a retrenchment plan. | is far more wealthy than Ba “tia MARINO SO TIENTDAD, PARAMARIBO Mintnsen’ Antinin onto a
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He said that it seemed that he,| regard to Housin, € ~ with | SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACOA ASSOCIATION (Inc).
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Batson for 12. e enn ee
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Was cautious and free alternately A Gentlemen’s XI _ will play

Cumberbatch was the sixth beginning on Sunday 9th at 1 p.m.

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The Old Boys declared their was entered, hence 2331,

Morris for 42. He hit four 4’s.
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Chester Cumberbatch, absent ‘ . r
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Veteran skipper E. L. G. Hoad, , ©; Mathew, L, F. Harris, A,

BB rw ‘addle. C For examp are yj sained one second, twol
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innings closed and the Present Fi Y Pl 1St. Race—Autumn Stakes
Boys occupied the wicket afte: Ive ear an 5’ Furlongs



7th Race—Worthing Stakes
5 Furlongs
Class B & Lower

Proverbs joined Smith and this
bowled by slow left arm bowler partnership, are seen at the extreme left of the picture.
from the cricket field for some
for the top score of 72. Smith To Play Carlton
fours. fixture at the Mental Hospital
Batson for 5. be captained by C. Mathew is ag
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E. Hope and R. Morris 1 ; f s ith and breath all day. It odour!
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and C. L. Walcott from the Par Speaking on the item “Farm 06 20 Trimbrook .. 129 0313 Mafy Ann ....°.. 15 odours for minutes; ~—r aot col i:

halagy | e Park jp, A Tninided? which state 9 sabe } 909 4 2 ee them completely. Successful tests on over 1,000
end, nstitute--Trinidad” which stat- 0 0 03 Darham Jane . 129 42:00 Demure. ....si5... 130 seataey |} atients proved this.

Cozier bowled Hope for 0 with ed; “This Government has al- 0 4 00 Devil’s Symphony 129 Lunways ..:,..... i? ree * cm. eee rtm Fi aity, his chi Ff hyll tooth-
the scoré at 11 and Hewitt part. "dy agreed to the establish- 0 Blue Nelly ...... 129 Darham: Jane .... contains active chlorophyll . . . eed eterna “
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beautiful pulls to the deep square frinidad. The contribution Galashiels 129 2100 Sweet Rocket .. 19Q giving energy of the sun into cause decay , . . destroys germs
leg boundary to help to boost the towards the initial capital cost is Street Arab 129 00 High & Low .... 120 health und freshness. No wonder that cause acids. Laboratory tests
score along. estimated at $20,520 and the Fluffy Ruffles .... 129 Mrs, Bear ....°..° 12) chlorophyll works such marvels in show it offers you this protection!

Fialf Centu ° maximum recurrent costs are es- : . Pepper Wine . 136 your mouth! Millions of Americans use it. Try

This ogee St at By timated at $9,225"; Mr, Williams 2nd Race—Savannah Lodge Fluffy Ruffles .... 111 First, the active green chloro- the minty freshness of this green

is pair carried the score to said that he was against paying Trimbrook . . Mm

50 in as many minutes, The score
had reached 76 when Morris
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Hewitt was retired at this stage spid aoe had never seen es ; 1 i Jai i
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BoE pelt lave 92 that included PL gadon in he daye of “omucn~ $1 4 Cardinal <0. /! 129) FMR’ Whesher you ate coaye THE chiorophyt

A. Hassell, one of the relief 294-grab,” therefore he thought 5 3 3} March Winds .... 124 ~ health-huilding tonic, toothpaste
batsmen crossed a long leg break ‘hat in little Barbados it was a 3 491 Gavalier “'')' Wag] §) YEAST-PHOS js the answer
from, Skipper Hoad and put a Waste of time on all this 999 9 4090 Gaprice .......... 114 ge to your problem. Vitamins oe
dolly catch to the substitute at System. 3242 Rambler Rose .... 114 “4 2nd minerals combined in
silly mid-on, He had not scored, He felt that some enquiries Chutney .......... 117 JS SYEAST-PHOS are your key

Another Wicket should be made into the running My Love Ir ...... 114 yr 0 good health. P

Skipper Hoad claimed another
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Williams went down the wicket
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3rd Race—Bimshire Stakes




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te, two. we it would a in oe Class A & B Only a ada os
immons, captai of the Pres- eC wuEgN ws to be scandalous, .
ent Boys, got his foct in Meat a With regards to Boatbuilding, 93 11 Abu Ali ......... 108 e
straight one from Walcott and he said that there was a lot of 0900 Flying Dragon ... 130 uentine so
was out l.b.w. for one. information that all was not well 4 ; ; ae pers. Solum Ea
The innings closed soon after in the Fisheries Department with ” ? 30 Dashir nt nae * 308 Re bi 2
at 99 for 6, the match thus end- the building of the new boats. 3014 Mrs, Bear ones 102 e. eves pain oO From Stockists throughout BARBADOS
ing in a draw. Many fishermen had complained * 132 .L: narnork Eph 123 aie acu thaie tiny aie
. “PAST” that the cost was too high, He 3 9 ] 9.\Lunways.... 113
eg, een o. eemenmioe D 9 Was told that Government could » 9 9 | Harroween ||... 123 a 8] N 1s U peg a] ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, Distributors,
C. R. E. Warner c Hope b Simmons 5 build a boat far cheaper. 4024 Pepper Wine .. 113 =
Cc. L. Waleott stpd. b Morris 42 ‘ on sera iet « it
* 72 Mr, Williams then went on to 0 2 0 0 Belle Surprise 102] 4 ms .
C. W. Smith b Batsc 12 4 .
M. B. Proverbs D. metagds 12 compare items in the Beasley Re- *Promoted from C1 to B2, a 4 PHONE 4267. 44356 fon ;
© Batson mmerbateh lbw. b port with items in the Five Year {th Race—Chamberlain Stakes | §
2°D. G..eeee Bins: hot out 3 Plan, and said that many things * . ‘ . *
FL, aigtter not out 13 which were not recommended by 9 Furlongs BIRKMYRE CANV. AS for Tarpaulins Ee, $
. * Professor Beasley were included HE 5
Total (for 6 wkts.) isa in the Plan, Class C & Lower 8’ wide @ $3.18 per yard. THEY a Hangers at $1.00
. ea
Fall of wickets: 1—1, 2—5 78, 4 He feit that the Deep Water 0 0 Spear Grass ...... 117 “un ARE
115, 5-128, 6-133. adi Harbour scheme should + givens 1000 Aim MN wins sat 118 ATLAS A WCOD PRESERVATIVE Pai 4
BOWLING ANALYSIS ; 2040 Flieuxcé 123 ‘ainted Dress Hangers at .24
°o M. R. Ww. priority because it would create a “ . ea , = VERY h <
Sirmamons % 2 2% +t lot of employment, more money ‘ ‘ Votes rasp Es 8855. + 9 5 gin. drums ................ eA
Reid 3s o 14 o Would be circulated and in 15 4 Aig Sac neha :
Hope 9 2 19 0 years time Barbados would be in oe 3 ,: eee, ro . a EP EAGRS Had <0 USEFUL Painted Peticoat Hangers at .66 §
oe a i : : a far better position. 0310 Test Match y "445 ‘ im. ti each ;
PRESENT BOYS He said that in his opinion the aes ee VG Satis OA iis as cath-y o Pe Ee ND
E. Hope™b> Cozier 0 Plan was one which would op- 5th Race—Trumpeter Cup 5% Covered Ha ng Meee. 60
oi Me gee cit A . _ 2, — who were less 5% Furlongs a real burn cem ¢ SISCCLIN DISTEMPER CAN BE each
H. All t out ; g die to bear , 2 bs edy char is eotisepd ;
H. Hassell-c sub b Hoad ‘7 Mr. J. C. Mottley (©) said that Class F & Lower Relieves® Pela~ Gives Supplied in Powder Form in White Covered Flowered
i Beers, HP. .<, Waloott ; Plenty had been said about the 2 Dynamite ..,..... 118] Comforr—-Promotes Heal B Cream, Peach, Green, Blue and OBTAINED Hangers at ..... 1.00
D. Williams stp¢. b Hoad 2 proposals in the Five Year Plan Poplin.) i ..vea Wat 115 ing. Tubes or jara 8 Si in 3% Ib k ” t 23 eer. oot A
Extras 2 and more would be said. May Pole ........ 115 unshine in 3/2 Ib. packages at 23c. IN ea
hess cae Nar acts ¢ «9 He had least expected that Gov- 32 Super Jet 1.1... 118 per Ib. :
. @rnment would put forward such 00 Jim la Rue ...... 118 . / ‘ OUR HOME Will serve as Christmas Gifts
Fall of wickets: 1-12, 2—78, s—18, proposals at that particular time 11 Apple Sam ...... 118 Easy to use — simply mix with water.
Teh Avi srs “AisAzivata when there was much unemploy- Frederick the Great 118 '

Oo MR Ww ment in the island, Jealousy ........ 115 PRODUCTS CAVE SHEPHERD & C Ltd
pice Bt Bf Ge pive Your’ Plon had eroussa Battle ane 000. 8 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD Nidlen
Knowles 3 1 6 the Five Year Plan had aroused attle Line ...... 118 Democratic Club ” . DEPT. 10, 11, 12, & 13, BROAD STREET
eal 3 © 1 © the interest of the people. 6th Race—Constitution Stakes : ;

Hoad 3 a i 2 Mr. Mottley said that Mr, 74 Trarloncs < P
WILLIE PEP WINS Adams, | in introducing the Plan, " BS THIS AFTERNOON PPIPPS PIPPISF SPSS SIPS SF FF FF FFFFPSFSSFFSFSOSS %
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Witte Be aaa Fecal before the House was because | 4 11 Seedling : . 105 My friends, the members .
Pp (¢ v4 c ar hose proposals were contained 3 | 1 3 Cardinal ye . 105 ar » ‘
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WHAT'S ON TODAY Cirt ol AIM iMieni ie SO a n court a* Chancery IINii M*>unc HOIK of Awiwab* p n Puiip* Band at COcktail Pfcrij. fisn HOUBP .. .. *Mp ( Mobil* Cfnama. Lovarly nan. iuou. CbDat Church ... TIlpa nun Uut lacka aeMataeca. U>* wrviiif'. Out need reatotaaco. For Ma future in U>* distance And Ihlood Utat 1 can do. YESiEKDAY'S WEATHER ftEPOtT Codimgton Ml T.,UI RaSrJ.1l l*r ir1h la *•*• at ••r. ma v ( ici ESTABLISHED 1895 General Eisenhower Is Finding Out What It Is To Be President Elect Secret Agents Guard Him. Telegrams Pour In AUGUSTA, Georgia, Nov. 6. General Dwight D. Eisenhower is finding out what it is like to be President-elect. Mr. Eisenhower, here for a ten days golf and fishing vacation, woke up in his small golf course cottage to find the house discreetly surrounded I by U.S. Secret Service agents. ... ... jn m^, liv*ng mint of thei A Y -m m-\ cottage there waa mounting pile 1 I .Oilff r l*Om %  "* tc e x rams ottering him good Mr Stevenson's Shoulders? SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, Nov. 6, Governor Adlat Stevenson toddy iukttl like a mun who has had a ureal burden lifted from his bouMara, Hut as he* went bsstm* to Oil desk in the official mamdon here, it seemed Inevitable that publics and the fate of the Democratic Party would preoccupy him again soon. IIU campaign Manager Wilson Wyatt was ready to admit that Mr. Stevenson's crushing defe. in the Presidential election might mean a considerable "realignment' within the Party, and that some ol the old Democratic axioms no longer held true. Mr. Stevenson (pent the greatei part of yesterday saying goodbye to newsmen who had travelled with him during the hectic campaign, and to supporter who seemed more shocked and crestfallen than he. Mr. Wyalt, who refused to on cede defeat until the last vestige of hope disappeared early yesterday held a final news conference at which he said he and Mr. Stevenson's aides were unanimous in belief that Mr. Stevenson would head the Democrats in IBM. Governor Stevenson would not comment on this '"your guess on his opinion is as good as mine", hv me —U.P. Sentence Suspended uhes for his term in IsM While House and ul-o telling him how to run the Government. Outside on the (Irsl tee of the Augusta national golf course where the big masters tournament is played every spring, them was a battery of cameras, microphones and newsmen waiting for President elect to step up and %  iwing. President Truman and Mr. Elsenhower exchanged llpaasagiii yesterday. Mr. Truman said thai if the General sull wanted 10 go to Korea he was welcome to the Presidential airplane. Mr. Elsenhower expressed thanks but said any airplane the Defence Department had available, would serve the purpose, and he would lei Defence Secretary Mr. Robert A. Lovett know when he wanted it Promise of Co-operation Mr. Truman also issued statement promising co-operation with the new administration and he invited Mr. Elsenhower to move in immediately himself or through his aides on all policy matters, especially the preparation of next year's Federal Budget. Mr. Eisenhower indicated that he would accept Mr. Truman's invitation but probably through his aides. Mr. Eisenhower was accompanied to Georgia by Mrs. Eisenhower and the family of his son Major John Eisenhower, now serving in Korea Mr. Eisenhower may have thought he would step out of public life for his few days In the ossta but he cannot escape It. He is now surrounded by secret service men sought by crowds and ]ob seekers, Idea peddlers and the rest Waiting To See Him majority in the LONDON, Nov. 6, apanesa Higher Court's decision to suspend sentence on two British sailors sentenced to 1 -' years imprisonment, was wel%  the Press and officials here Thursday as a step towards equal treatment for all United Doreea based in Japan. In the British viewpoint tne special arrangements between Qia U.S. and the Japanese Governnstnti which ea raud es American foices from Japanese jurisdiction. extend leniency. Besides th* present instance, Hope was a man of good, reputation. His associations probably led him to drinking and thus to do things which when not undei th.Influence ol drink he would not have oV'' His Lordship told Hope that he had pleaded guilty to a aailoui offence, but the female who was* the victim of his sssaull apparUi it have any-' 'ntly bore him no malice. He irkunx margin of I.*"* ,hat an d wnui • counsel IIIUIIB ma. in h=<1 Mld intn account Qn the last Chinese P^ds Beat Back South Koreans THE EIGHTH ARMY attempts to recapture Trie 1 A. Van Fleet flew to the so thing could be salvaged fr To the West Chinese Reds browine horns and l.owlliif. "Kill* Kill"* snatched Jackson Heights front Allied troops but .ilKtndoned ll a few hour later I United nations forces reoccupied. the height without resistance. United States Sabrejets shot down one Communist MlG IS jet fighter and damaged four more in two blazing dog-right* deep In north-west Korea. II ran the allies' November score to II %  MIG'S—4 destroyed 2 probably I -droyed 5 damaged. The battle lasted nine hours The United States Seventh Division captured Triangle Hill oB October 15 and later turned It* %  iefence over to the South Koreans ho lost it to the Chinese last Friday. United Press War Correspondent Victor Kandrick said Oegt Van Fleet, Commander of the Eighth Army, visited Triangle Hill sector to-day to see if anything could be salvaged" United States and South Korean officers op tl r spot refused t<> admit defs %  lespitc heavy South Korean casualties. Less than two miles to the ea* Communlit Company assaulted South Koreans on Sniper Ridge for two hours and 20 minutes, then Undrew In defeat Elsewhere along the 155 mile ground front lighting subsided to patrol aetfts y and artillery duels. Aerial dog-ftghu over nortfr %  est Korea were tho first in fosjr days They came while Sabre'*** 1 wero flying ever for flghtr*bombers hitting Communist tar> gets Eight Sabres challenged V MIG's in the biggest fight. Th— RepubUcans will have an actual! E&£&\ n ^Z££ it House but %  „, thal lhere was no unanim.lv ill be far ihor.of Uie nunl-j omnnB tnem „ to hii guUt. mum for businesslike operation. „hah also been spending Mr. Eisenhower's popular vote' months In prison pending the first for president still is soaring. Lettrial he would not send him back. est count; Mr. Eisenhower 31,685.; "But take warning from one 37S popular votes for 431 electoral who sits here and has been sitting votes from 38 states. Governor. here for some considerable time Adlai E. Stevenson 25,487.738' ;iml try to prevent women snd popular votes. 100 electoral votes' drink getting you into such spirit. You will be bound over In n sum of £50 with a similar ,„ surety to be of good behaviour treatment for its forces in Japan. [ will consist of Democrats 47 — 1 for 8 morrth*.It is hoped in official quarters that] Republicans 48. Independent Re-' %  the Jurisdiction question can now! publican 1 (Mr. Wayne Morse of; b settled in a manner fair to all! Oregon, troops fighting In Korea without _. ,. o-—... For the House of Rcpresenta-. Uves the standing was Repubh-1 cans 220, Democrats 206. one Independent and 8 seats were undecided. —U.F. distinction. —U.F. Minister Recalled TEHERAN, Iran, Nov. 6, I The British Legation confirmed that Brazilian Minister Senor Hug.. Gouthier was recalled by his Government at the request of Premici Mohammed Mossadegh. Senor Gouthier left Teheran by "CHALLENGER" ON LAST TRIP TO W.I. MONTREAL, Nov. 4. The Canadian Challenger ltd Sunday after Dr. Mossadegh for the West Indie on her last is reported to have informed him. trip for the season from Montreal that he was no longer persona Passengers include Mr. K. H prala. iHunte of the Barbados Leglslati' —O.F. Council and Mrs. Hunte. —CJ*. • Ill < Ol I ISIOV SHORTLY AFTER 12.10 O'CLOCK yesterday afMrnoen an accident occurred on Oowsll Street between tea motor car (M 2505) owned sad driven by Mr. Lodsn King of Walling ton Street and the asotor ran (M 1485) owned by Emptage Electrical Company and driven by Wiifrsd Orhnea of Eagle Hall. At the time of the accident, the vehicle* were travelling in opposite directions with the motor van approaching Lower Broad Street. Tbt right front fender of the car and the left frost fender of the van were damaged. Ko one was Injured Mr. Gromyko Denounces U.S. Aid Programme By HARRY WILLIAMS. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov. 8. Soviet dclegnte Andrei Gromyko made a surprise appearance in the United Nations Economic Committee on Thursday to denou Truman's foreign aid programme as a scheme for "exploiting underdeveloped countries and using their raw material to build Amerlran war machines. Gromyko said the point four aid programme was a completely selfish "plan under which the United States Is trying to" subjugate lesi developed areas He said "high sounding" American speeches would Indicate that the United States Is merely trying to "help" backward areas of the world hut that actually American aid la designed to keep areas under "capitalist control''. Gromyko who recently was •islined Soviet ambassador to Britain replied to the statement made I.. I week by the United States H. legate Mr Lubin who reviewed American foreign lnvetmanta and aid programmes and cited improvements iesulting from the outlav of United States capital ^ —U.P. Moscow Celebrates LONDON. Nov. fl. Moscow has prepared to meet Friday's Thirty-fifth Anniversary of the October revolution with the usual pomp and ceremony ireording to reports from the Soviet capital. Throughout the city, buildings %  re decorated and streets adorned vith red banners, shops display lundreds of photographs about [he latest achievements of Soviet ndustry and agriculture. —vr. Poppy Day today TODAY Is Poppy Day In 9t Michael. Members of the public in asked to give generously as a mark of gratitude to those %  •-ppled oi hurt while fighting to preserve the freedom of the Ernplrt. SEOUL, Nov. 6 lied off costly South Korean gig Hill and Cleneral Jamrs e to determine whether anyi the allied setback thSTS Denunciation Stimulates Congress /AGRIB. YUGOSLAVIA. Nov. 8 Denunciation of the Hi iden i'l Serbia by a leading Communist Party official lor aUesjad wajl stealing has stimulated .lelegates to the Yugoslav Communist Party Congress inli* imiel greater personal participation. All speechr. even the most Bjfuleal and dull, now rate lively attention and applause Yesterday afternoon the chairman i \s i %ns 0\ THE CARDS .tuhmitted for the "Advcste's" 0krlstni. Card Oosapetition attrnd daring the past few days. They are on dlaplay in the Advocate Itationeiy SIMPLE FILTER EARNED SCIENTISTS NOBEL PRIZE STOCKHOLM. Not) f> THE SIMPLE application of n^iece nl Hint Mpti earned the Nobel prize in chemistry to-cioy f<>t two British scientists Dr. Archer John Putter Maiim of tha National Institute for Medical Resciuch and Dr. Richard LaTWHIkM Millington Svnge of the Kfwett Research Institute in S. dland. / Wotkiiuc together tar lbs UN I Industi iRest rch A i i.ilion in .. Doctori M.i til developed a CssBp and slmpll ristmsfl "f 'In-.. iliii paper r Red planes were damaged j LjUOWay I^F&SH dogfights. A fourth was dam-1 — aged In I later clash with MIG's f're been plcirlnp up a I few tips from Trueman and Hfdier." £2m.For J'ca Development KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 5 Tho Jamaica Publi< SciviCoaMMUf will spend anoth< i £2.000,000 in construction work in Jamaica over the next !H" years. Mr. George Mar Duff. Vic President and General Manage. said today on hta return from business visit to the Unite-1 Slates. The programme Includer building another hydroelectm plant and various extension services throughout the Island |l which the company has a light and power monopoly. fCIM Put Twenty In Hospital NEW YORK Nov. o\ Two subway trains collided In Brooklyn and 34 persons wciv injured, 20 of them going io hospital for minor injuries ami bock Police said the collision occurred shorilv ajtei nmi-mghl when the brakes of a subway train locked. Repairmen trying to %  elease the breaks of Ihe six-cat ttjin uncoupled the last two cars when they were found to be In it iee cars roiled backward over 100 fee! Into the first car of Ihe train behind. '* %  | ii the injured persons *srs dding in Ihe tluee uncoupled cars and the first ear of the %  •cogs] train —tl.P. E.\|llo"l S[xke*uun said Ihe Depulmetit || KMiitig Ontario's offer of 10,000, 000 pounds of lop grade cheese for immediate delivery Io Hritnln."* The spokesman says the offer is attractive but the c.ilch la "what do we use for money. "I Report< said Agricultural MiimItf Keniu-dy of Ontario cabled the offer saying that Ontario • ould supply cheese at a price to be negotiated—CP) Polish scientist • later install' ininie to take irnpuriUSS okini wntsa it involve*) a tube piikeil with rhalk nit" u'mli a stnMii; arated plant poured Tho pigment moved dovrn ih loiumns at dlfferenl rates ant could be collected "t the bottom for analysis. ....tk.-l on chromatogram trying oul different soluind) packing nuiteruis 1 4 using eettwtoeu. U*aU line it" panel said. ini.) ihnl thod ojtened in i lumieeJ reaaan fi ircating a sJmpU means of analysing various suhsliince* like Wood hi rn.>nrs and antibiotics. %  /•**Ited |{< k arlion To TfOcc Plan This \\ eek By i \l) s/| u %  \t 1 Ki> NATIONS Nov. 6. %  uni-l Chi to the %  %  foi seitlornenl of the Ki %  I t Ihe \i ib Asian I %  m <" thIndonesian proposal aimed tt %  i n <•! war. and on a simil.r Industrial Mission Landing At 10.50 a.m. THE UNITED KINt.DOM Industrial Mission now visitinK the Caribbean colonies of Jamaica. Trinidad, Brltish Guiana and Barbados 14 advise on future industrialisation is due to arrive here 'his morning by the 10.50 plane f~. 1\*i-LiJ~A f*U^. ...:li %  %  r> i__j_ .'• from Trinidad The v will Tuesday 11th instant. A programme of visits ar.d interviews has been arranged, and during this afternoon tbey will visit a number of Industrial undertakings. The full itinerary is as follov. %• • ISIBAV nh Novmnta use I SjaSlrS a( Saawall Atrsarl al IS SI %  vi.ii. 1. Uw l.n.-la. laSoirta* laSarttUlan Sgaai I S-BS. ta S pJSkj (l> Wl l>4U BMMaH Ce.. Ollli Sri.. %  t s Ueheal. nt> ..( laaia % %  %  •e.-.. si. i aaea. m KM FeeS rraSaala. (.t>u I..-. (41 arsee Ka J aSSis a aetaalse Visas, | %  ses at. 'Si BaUaaaa sain rUr> PalBMMa SI (e> Ceearaj r..*a.. rter BeaS. m B'Sae raseaar. wanaesh ** gf) OaSaarS'i S*M> fiHI>i Siaal "I I ruMp itTI'BMT. SSb SWnSsBSSSt, Itei I i. TkHta te tke lessretea i.-..wiaj remain in Barbados until i(ajtsssaassasi !<• %  S SkfBi to S -. HI *'4ai BaMUaa Cm. Beaka.fe SI. OS Carlbkeea I •a("ii*n €• BL Mauaiai Oaa (Si Stoaera* Sff|. C. I ..* a Maeewlae) Umr %  (SI aabaeta Bid. C. • %  > n.. Ha aateS Mill < %  ) M>. Nifk Shsksssri Fareliar* W.tl. Ch ahaa 84. (1 ('aarrrir PiaSeeia (• LaSs* assht Patters 'PewMrsi, as. i *<•• ri.-i.i' Satair Cat* • IHDAI. iHS VOMMMI ISM a* r.n. I ayss |I I.W.I... It.m 1 SfOMDAT. lata Horr liui.l'., Ir.m l • %  H Ul |B. TIIIDAT lllk N'.'.aM.. ISat Leave SaaeeU i.a. •< lJe aaa "A Set Back To World Sanity*' LOhTDON, Nov. 6 L*ftwing Labour loader Aneurm Sevan's weekly today said that Mr. Elsenhower'-; election ictnry "marks a tragic setback to the cause of human decency and ilitleal snnlty throughout the •>rld." In an unsigned lead article Uie Tribuae, edited by Mr. Bevan's Wife, Jennie Leo said that the t'S Administration will nrtw ! %  token over by men who fought every reform Introduced by t"e Presidents Roosevelt and Tn*Mr. Elsenhower's csMad I nns: Uucampaign has klUe>i pc that he can resist the .-•• ttiinds of rlnhiwlng RapubUci It said. "Every economic measure taaen D| Mr. Eisenhower la likely ha help the rich and cut the sU"dardi ol the rx*ir" tho article s**d "That must mean a drift towaov recession and a slump and tnj> it the biggest single threat to U- world at large arising from the F.i*Mih andi England's Eileen Trenmer agree-1 to a draw in the Moscow Internal I'.chetournament .ifter the asTMltleth move of their match yesterday -lt'.P. 'Jhsi U)im of} all J'um


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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions 10.00 a.m.
Court of Chancery 11.30 a.m
Meeting House of Assembly .. 4p.m
Police Band at Cocktail Party,

Govt. House ..,....... -. 6.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Coverly Plan-

tation, Christ Church . 7.3 p.m





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

And the good that 5 can do.



cen ee gm rr

ESTABLISHED 1895

Harvbavros

FRIDAY,



General Eisenhower Is Finding Out)..—
Be President Elect

What It Is To

Secret Agents Guard
Him. Telegrams Pour In

AUGUSTA, Georgia, Nov. 6.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower is finding out what it is!
4 Mr, Eisenhower, here for a!
ten days golf and fishing vacation, woke up in his small!
golf course cottage to find the house discreetly surrounded!
by U.S. Secret Service agents.

like to be President-elect.

A Load From |

the-living room of — the
cottage there was a mounting pile
of telegrams offering him good
wishes for his term in the White
House and also telling him how

Mr Stevenson’s | "2 the Government,

Shoulders?

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, Nov. 6,

Outside on the first tee of the
Augusta national golf course
where the big masters tourna-
ment is played every spring, there
was a battery of cameras, micro-

Governor Adlai Stevenson today} Phones and newsmen waiting for

looked like a man who has had a
great burden lifted from his
slender shoulders. But as he went
back to his desk in the official
mansion here, it seemed inevitable
that politics and the fate of the
Democratic Party would pre-
occupy him again soon.

His campaign Manager Wilson
Wyatt was ready to admit that
Mr. Stevenson's crushing defeat
in the Presidential election might
mean a considerable “realignment”
within the Party, and that some
of the old Democratic axioms no
longer held true,

Mr. Stevenson gpent the greater

part of yesterday saying goodbye] with

to newsmen who had travelled
with him during the hectic cam-
pajgn, and to supporters who
seemed more shocked and crest-
fallen than he.

Mr. Wyatt, who refused to
concede defeat until the last
vestige of hope disappeared early
yesterday held a final news con-
ference at which he said he and
Mr, Stevenson’s aides were unani-
mous in belief that Mr, Stevenson
would head the Democrats in 1956.
Governor Stevenson would not
comment on this “your guess on
his opinion is as good as mine”,
he said.

—U-P.

~~~

LONDON, Nov. 6,

The Japanese Higher Court’s
decision to suspend sentence on
two British sailors sentenced to
2% years imprisonment, was wel-
comed by the Press and officials
here Thursday as a step towards
equal treatment for all United
Nations forces based in Japan.

In the British viewpoint tne
special arrangements between the
U.S. and the Japanese Govern-
ments which excludes American
forces from Japanese jurisdiction,
eannot be maintained.

This is because the agreement
contains the provision that if the
North Atlantic Treaty agreement
on the status of forces comes into
force, the U.S. would have equal
treatment for its forces in Japan,
It is hoped in official quarters that
the Jurisdiction question can now
be settled in a manner fair to all
troops fighting in Korea without
distinction.



—U-P.

Minister Recalled

TEHERAN, Iran, Nov, 6,

The British Legation confirmed
that Brazilian Minister Senor
Hugo Gouthier was recalled by
his Government at the request of
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh.

Senor Gouthier left Teheran by
air Sunday after Dr. Mossadegh
is reported to have informed him
that he was no longer persona

grata.
—UP.,





CITY COLLISION



President elect to step up and
win,

swing.

President Truman and Mr.
Eisenhower exchanged messages
yesterday. Mr, Truman said that
if the General still wanted to go
to Korea he was welcome to the
Presidential airplane. Mr. Eisen-
hower expressed thanks but said
any airplane the Defence Depart-
ment had available, would serve
the purpose, and he would let
Defence Secretary Mr. Robert A.
Lovett know when he wanted it.

Promise of Co-operation

Mr. Truman also issued a
statement promising co-operation
the new administration and
he invited Mr, Eisenhower to
move in immediately himself or
through his aides on all policy
matters, especially the prepara-
tion of next year’s Federal Bud-
get. Mr. Eisenhower indicated
that he would accept Mr, Tru-

man’s invitation but probably
through his aides. Mr, Bisen-
hower was accompanied to

Georgia by Mrs. Eisenhower and
the family of his son Major John
Eisenhower, now serving in Korea.
Mr. Eisenhower may have thought
he would step out of public life
for his few days in the south
but he cannot escape it. He is now
surrounded by secret service men
sought by crowds and job seek-
ers, idea peddlers and the rest.

Waiting To See Him

‘ihe cores. pee le in
and they await now
wherever he may go. Republican
Congressional leaders will be
wanting to see him. The Republi-
can party doubtless will organize
the Senate but it will lack a real)
Majority nor will it have any-!

ing like a working margin of
the votes,

Republicans will have an actualj
majority in the House but it’
will be far short of the mini-'
mum for businesslike operation.|
Mr. Ejisenhower’s popular vote!
for president still is soaring. Lat-
est count: Mr. Eisenhower 31,685, }
373 popular votes for 431 electoral





| St. Leonard’s

Church

PATRONAL FESTIVAL
SERVICES
Friday, November 7th
6.00 a.m.—Matins & Holy
Communion
(Corporate Communi-
7.80 pam~-Pestal Bventong &
30 p.m.— ve.
Sermon é é
Preacher : Canon C. n-
MA.

liffe, r
Hymns :; 292, 211, 356,
733, 30. Psalm 26.

On Probation
ForAttempting
Bodily Harm

Thirty-nine-year-old Carlton
O’Brien Hope was yesterday put
on 18 months’ probation by His
Lordship the Chief Justice Sir
Allan Collymore after he pleaded





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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall from Codrington: Nil
Total Rainfall for month to date: 1-02 ins.
Highest Temperature 6.0 °r
Lowest Temperature: 73.0 °F
Wind Velocity 7 miles per hour
; e i. Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.958 (3 p.m.) 20.885
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1952

NOVEMBER 7,



Chinese Reds Beat |

Baek South Koreans

THE EIGHTH ARMY

SEOUL, Nov. 6

allied off costly South Korean

attempts to recapture Triengle Hill and General James

A. Van Fleet flew to the see

thing could be salvaged fr«
To the West Chinese Reds
blewing horns and. howling
“Kill! Kill!”
Heights from

United nations forces reoccupied i
the height without resistance.

United States Sabrejets shot)
down one Communist MIG 15 jet
fighter and damaged four more in|
two blazing dog-fights deep in
north-west Korea. It ran the
allies’ November score to
MIG’S—4 destroyed 2 probably
destroyed 5 damaged.

The battle lasted nine hours.
The United States Seventh Divi-
sion captured Triangle Hill on
October 15 and later turned its
defence over to the South Koreans

guilty of attempting to shoot Ursil|who lost it to the Chinese last

Lynton on February 23 this year
with intent to main, disfigure or
do her grievous bodily harm.

Hope pleaded not ee to a
first count on which he was
charged, attempting to shoot with
intent to murder, and Mr. F, E.
Field, Assistant Attorney Gen-«
eral, who prosecuted for the
Crown, accepted the plea of guilty
on the second count,

Mr. E. W. Barrow associated
with Mr. L, A. Williams, appear-
e€d on behalf of Hope.

This was to have been Hope’s
second trial. At the last sitting
of the Court of Grand Sessions, a
jury failed to agree on a verdict.

Yesterday Lynton told His Lord-
ship that she did not wish him to
send back Hope to prison.

Mr. Barrow said that in view
of the fact that Hope pleaded
guilty and that the victim of the
assault had shown an unwilling-
ness for any severe punishment
on him, besides his spending six
months in prison before his first
trial, hg would ask His Lordship
to extend ney. Besides tha
present instance, Hope was a man
of good reputation. His assecia-
tions eens ae! him to drink-
i and thus. things which
witen 0 under the influence of
drink he would not have dpne.

His Lordship told Hope that he
had pleaded guilty to a serious
offence, but the female who wag
the victim of his assault appar-
ently bore him no malice. Ha
took that ang what his counsel
had said into account. On the last
occasion of his trial, the jury had
disagreed and that in itself show-
ed that there was no unanimity
among them as to his guilt. Ag
he had also been spending six
months in prison pending the first
trial he would not send him back.

“But take warning from one
who sits here and has been sitting

votes ‘from 38 states. Governor) here for some considerable time,
Adlai E. Stevenson 25,487,738! and try to prevent women and

popular votes, 100 electoral votes
from 10 states.

Democrats lost and Republicans
gained 2 senators. The new Senate
will consist of Democrats 47—
Republicans 48. Independent Re-|
publican 1 (Mr. Wayne Morse of;
Oregon.



|
For the House of Representa-|
tives the standing was Republi-|

cans 220, Democrats 206, one
independent and 8 seats were
undecided. —UP. |

ene 8



“CHALLENGER’’ ON
LAST TRIP TO W.,I.

MONTREAL, Nov. 4.
The Canadian Challenger sailed
for the West Indies on her last
trip for the season from Montreal.
Passengers include Mr. K. R.
Hunte of the Barbados Legislative
Council and Mrs. Hunte. —C.P.







2

drink getting you into such a
spirit. You will be bound over in
fe sum of £50 with a similar
surety to be of good behaviour
for 18 months.”



Mr. Gromyko
Denounces U.S.
Aid Programme

By HARRY WILLIAMS.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
P Nov. 6.

Seviet delegate Andrei Gromyko
made a surprise appearance in the
United Nations Economic Commit-
tee on Thursday to denounce
Truman’s foreign aid programme
as a scheme for “exploiting under-
developed countries and _ using
their raw material to build Ameri-
can war machines,

Gromyko said the point four aid
programme was a completely sel-
fish “plan under which the United
States is trying to” subjugate less
developed areas. He said “high
sounding” American speeché@s
would indicate that the United
States is merely trying to “help”
backward areas of the world but
that actually American gid is de-
signed to keep areas under “ -
talist control”.

Gromyko who recentl:
named Soviet ambassador fe
tain replied to the statement
last week by the United States
delegate Mr. Lubin who reviewed
American foreign investments and
aid programmes and cited im-
provements resulting from the out-
lay of United States capital.

Moscow Celebrates

LONDON, Nov. 6,
Moscow has prepared to meet
Friday’s Thirty-fifth Anniversary
of the October revolution with
the usual pomp and ceremony
according to reports from the
Soviet capital.

\

was



: ||}are decorated and streets adorned

SHORTLY AFTER 12.30 O'CLOCK yesterday afternoon an accident
occurred on Cowell Street between the motor car (M 2505) owned
and driven by Mr. Lucian King of Wellington Street and the motor
van (M 1485) owned by Emptage Electrical Company and driven
by Wilfred Grimes of Eagle Hall.

At the time of the accident, the veliicles were travelling in

with red banners, shops display
hundreds of photographs about
the latest achievements of Soviet
industry and agriculture. pape

Poppy Day Today

TODAY is Poppy Day in St.
Michael. Members of the public
re asked to give generously as



a mark of ratitude to those
opposite directions with the motor van approaching Lower Broad |° ippled ~ bar while fighting to
Street. The right front fender of the car and the left front fender | rve the freedom of the
of the van were damaged. No one was injured | Empire

| Friday.

United Press War Correspon-
dent Victor Kendrick said Gen
Van Fleet, Commander of the
Eighth Army, visited Triangle Hill
sector to-day to see if an
could be salvaged”. United States
and South Korean officers on the
spot refused to admit defe it
despite heavy South Korean ca
ualties,

Less than two miles to the east
a Communist Company assaulted
South Koreans on Sniper |
for two hours and 20 minutes, |
withdrew in defeat. Elsewhere |
along the 155 mile ground front
fighting subsided to patrol aoe |
ity and artillery duels. v

Aerial dog-fights over nortt-
west Korea were the first in =
days, They came while Sabrejets |
were flying cover for fighter-|
bombers hitting Communist tar-
gets, Eight Sabres challenged 20
MIG’s in the biggest fight.

~~

in dogfights. A fourth was dam~
aged in a later clash with MIG’s.

Caen ne EEE ne

|





| “I've been picking up a
few tips from Trueman
ind Bedser.”



London Saxpress Seretwe. 1

£2m. For J’ca
Development

KINGSTON, Jamaica,
Nov. 5



The Jamaica Public Service
Compan will spend another
£2,000,000 in construction work
in Jamaica over the next five
years, Mr. George MacDuff, Vice
President and General Manage
said today on his return from a
business visit to the United
States, The programme includes
building another hydroelectric |
plant and various extension ser-
vices throughout the island in
which the company has a Ligh
and power monopoly. (O.P.)

|
other Red planes were hee Subway Crash

ne to determine whether any-
n the allied setback there.

snatched Jackson « Denunciation

abandoned it a few hours later?

Stimulates
Congress

ZAGREB, YUGOSLAVIA,
Nov, 6,
Denunciation of the President
of Serbia by a leading Com-
munist Party official for alleged
wife stealing has. stimulated
delegates to the Yugoslay Com-
munist Party Congress into much
greater personal participation.
All speeches, even the most
technical and dull, now rate
lively attention and applause.
Yesterday afternoon the chair-
mah of the Congress announced
that he was receiving “thousands”

of telegrams from local party
organisations denouncing L
Jubodrag Djurich for accusing

President Peter Stambolic of Ser-
bia of stealing his wife.

Numerous observers described
the Congress reaction to the in-
cident as the most striking evi-
dence yet that the Yugoslav
Communist Party had irrevocably
broken with Russia.

Although impartial observers
coneeded that Djurich might have
acted merely as an unbalanced
individual without political mo-
tives it was noted that all dele-

gates spontaneously and_ instan-
taneously saw “positively” no
harm in his actions,

UP.



|
|

Put Twenty

In Hospital’ | 70,000, 0001

NEW YORK, Nov. 6,

Brooklyn and 34 persons were
injured, 20 of them going to hospi-
tal for minor injuries and shock.

Police said the collision ovcurr-

| i , iy f and succeeded.
The > ner “Ww
Two subway trains collided in| eese or UK The method opened n¢

PRICE: FIVE CENTS



pei

firs

ai ;
XMAS CARDS ON | FIEWE «, %)



TA ae 48 p.m
wa ae 2.20 p.m.
An



THE CARDS submitted for the “Advocate’s” Christmas Card Competition attracted great attention

during the past few days. They are on display in the Advocate Stationery

SIMPLE FILTER EARNED



Red Reaeticen

SCIENTISTS NOBEL PRIZE \Â¥> Truce Plan

STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6
THE SIMPLE application of a_piece of filter paper
earned the Nobel prize in chemistry to-day for two British
scientists Dr. Archer John Porter Martin of the National
Institute for Medical Research and Dr. Richard Lawrence
Millington Synge of the Rowett Research Institute in
Scotland.

Working together for the Wool
{Industries Research Association in

| Leeds, Doctors Martin and Syne

——---—-~ |






This Week

By TAD SZULC
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 6,
It has been learned that Com-
munist China’s reaction to the
series of compromise proposals
for settlement of the Korean war
is expected to be received at the

, \developed a cheap and simple ope erie week by the Arab Asian
Exploded Bomb | method nee analysis in Diplomate reveaied . preliainat
r > | ney ee views of the Peiping regime on the
Wrong I lace | ‘The two biochemists perfected [Indonesian proposal aimed
jthe analytical instrument known | reaking the deadlock over prison -
oun WORSHIP Mr. E. A. las the Chromatogram invented|ers of war, and on a br
Sees at ae = by a Polish scientist in 1905.|/Canadian suggestion which wil!
manded and aisshey rk | Dr. Synge later installed one in|be before the thirteen-nation
year-old Edmund Lip a of his own home, to take impurities | Arab-Asian group when it meets
Bay Land, St Michael when out of drinking water, It involved |).o.6 Priday in secret. messing
he pleaded guilty of exploding a tube packed with chalk into ‘ :
a bomb on Villa Road, St. which a strong solution of 8eD- | The Indone jan plan calling for
Michael, on the night of arated plant pigment was /tiie creation of two commissions —
November 5. poured : ; is one designed to deal w ith the over-
His Worship Mr. McLeod The pigments moved down a wll problem of Korea and th
told Lloyd that he was not columns at different pe R other to. coneentrate exclusively
supposed to carry his fire- could be collected at the bottom | oy, the thorny problem of Cor-

works to the streets where for analysis.



munist prisoners r@fusing repatria-

people were passing for it Many scientists had worked on |tion—was forwarded to Peiping

was against the law. is so-called partition chroma- jover the week-end through the
togram trying out different solu- {Indian Embassy in the Red
tions and packing materials.|Chinese capital The parallel
Martin and Synge hit upon the |Canadian plan was transmitted
idea of using celhilose jn theit Uthrengh the same chrnnetss4tawe
chromatogram. Since filter peper gaid,

is pure cellulose they tried that

fields
in chemical research, creating a
simple means of analysing various
substances. like
and antibiotics.

LONDON Nov. 6.

blood hormones
UP.
A Food Ministry Spokesman



—U.P.

Novelist Gets
Nobel Prize



fa er after mid-night when} said the Department is “investi-
the rakes of a subway train} gating Ontario’s offer of 10,000, 7 2 f ,
locked. Repairmen trying to! 000 Sends of top grade cheese Family Reunton STOCKHOLM, Nov. 6.
release the breaks of the six-car'for immediate delivery to Bri- ‘oie ; French Novelist Francois
train uncoupled the last two cars{tain.” The spokesman says the LOS ANGELES, Nov. vi Mauriac, 67, has been awarded
when they were found to be in]offer is attractive but the catch| Vice President elect hes yy M-| the 1952 Nobel Literature Prize
order. Three cars rolled backward] is “what do we use for money.’{ Nixon and his wife Pat left hd by the Swedish Academy of
over 100 feet into the first car of} Reports said Agricultural Minis-,plane Wednesday night for Wash-| riterature. Mr. Mauriac, wartime
the train behind, ter Kennedy of Ontario cabled| ington and a reunion with his! member of the anti Nazi under~
Police said the injured persons|the offer saying that Ontario|two daughters. ground, member of the French
were riding in the three uncoupled] could supply cheese at a price to Accompanying the couple were) Academy and France’s seventh

cars and the first
second train.

car

—U.P.

S. Koreans Cannot
Defend Korea

CENTRAL KOREAN FRONT
Nov. 6.

When President-elect General
Dwight D, Eisenhower comes to
Korea he probably will be told
that the South Korean army even
if given all out U.S. material
Support, cannot be counted upon
to defend Korea alone for a
jong time.

Several .U.S. officers serving as
advisers to Rok forces on this
front said : building a South Kor-
ean army strong enough to hold
the entire front and check a re-}
newed Chinese Red _ offensive, |
would take years, not months. |
The biggest single problem is the
shortage of experienced leaders
from sergeant to general,
the heavy casualties suffered by |
infantry combat leaders just as
they are becoming effective after
months of training. UP.



and |





Industrial Mission
Landing At 10.50a.m.

THE UNITED KINGDOM Industrial Mission now
visiting the Caribbean colonies of Jamaica, Trinidad, Brit-
ish Guiana and Barbados to advise on future industrialisa-
tion is due to arrive here this morning by the 10.50 plane

from Trinidad,
Tuesday 11th instant.

A programme of visits and
interviews has been arranged,
and during this afternoon they
will visit a number of Industrial



undertakings, }
The full itinerary is ag follows: |
PRIDAY, ith NOVEMBER, 1952

Throughout the city, buildings 1. Arrive at Seawell Airport at 10.9

a.m,

i. Visite to the following Industrial

Undertakings {rosa 2 p.m. to & p.m,

(1) West India Biseult Co., Gills Rd.,
St. Michael.

(2) West India Rum Refinery, Black

Rock.

(3) B’dos Food Products, Gress Farm,

(4) B’dos Knitting & Spinning Plant,

Spry St.



Factéry, Palmetto

(6) Central Foundry, Pier Head. ;
(7) B’dos Foundry, Whitepark Rd

(8) Goddard’s Stone Cutting Plant, St. |
Philip.
SATURDAY, #th NOVEMBER, 1057

I. Visite te the following Industeial |

They will remain in Barbados until

(1) B'dos Bottling Co., Roebuck 8t.

|
|
Undertakings from 9 a.m, to 5 7



(2) Caribbean Confection Co. St,
Matthias Gap.

(3) Roberts Mfg. Co. (Lard & Mar-
earine) Bay St.

(4) Roberts Mfg. Co. (Soap) Govern-
ment Mill,

(5) Mr. Hugh Walcott’s Furniture Est.,
Chelsea Rd.

(6) Conerete Products Ce., Lodge

(7) Laneaster Factory (Pottery) St.
James.

(8) B’dos Electric Supply Corp., Gar-|
risen,

(%) Wax Factory Edgehill Bt
Thomas.

SUNDAY, %h NOVEMBER 1962

I. Discussion among Members of Party.
1. Interviews from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m

MONDAY, 10th NOVEMBER, 195?
Interviews from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m
TUESDAY 1lith November, 1052

Leave Seawell Airport «t 16.16 am

of the] be negotiated—CP)

12 members of Mr. Nixon’s cam-
paign staff. The 39+year-old
Senator, the second youngest man



earlier spoke to
Mr. Eisenhower by telephone

“A Set Back To

2 99 | spent most of the day writing | International Literary distinction
World Sanity” | 2. wr.) eS

LONDON, Nov. 6. i

Leftwing Labour leader Aneu- ;
fin Bevan’s weekly today said] i!
that Mr. Eisenhower's election| |.
victory “marks a tragic setback to|
the cause of human decency and

political sanity throughout the
world,”



In an unsigned lead article the
Tribune, edited by Mr. Bevan’s

wife, Jennie Lee said that the
U.S, Administration wilt ndw be
taken over by men who fought

every, reform introduced by the
Presidents Roosevelt and Tru-
man,

Mr. Eisenhower's conduct
during the campaign has killed
hopes that he can resist the de-
mands of rightwing Republicans. |
it said. hi

te)

“Every economic measure taken |}
by Mr, Eisenhower is likely to
help the rich and cut the stand-|'
ards of the poor” the article said.
“That must mean a drift towards
recession and a slump and this |:
is the biggest single threat to the
world at large arising from the
Eisenhow +r victory.

UP.





Jap Minister To
Egypt

TOKYO, Nov. 6.

Government named Shigeru
Yoshano, Japanese Minister in
Brussels, to become Japan’s first
postwar minister in Egypt. Diplo-
matic relations between Japan
and Egypt were resumed Novem-



ber 3. Yoshano is at present
serving in Brussels under Japa- ,
nese Ambassador Shoji Ara | jie “The Wine
kawa. (U.P.)
CHESS GAME DRAWN
LONDON, Nov. 8.
Moscow Radio said Argentina’s
Maria Angelica Berea De Montero
and England's Eileen Trenmer
agreed to a draw in the Moscow
International Women’ che
tournament ifter the eventieth |
move of the t yesterda
—(U.P.) }

aver be elected Vice-President, | cnecgue 71,134 crown
ever to President-elect cheque for 171,1 crowr
anc



winner will be invited to Stock-
holm on December 10 to receive
from King Gustaf Adolf the prize
s. ($32,-
| 910) and other insignia of what is
| generally considered the finest




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Carub Calling

R. JAMES GRIFFITHS, for- For U.S.A Bock From North
= mer Secretary of :£i-“e for R. AND MRS. GEORGE R. AND MRS. RODERICK
(Rel pe. egy EDGHILL of Brighton, Black STEWART returned by|
. seep ecg Vea i & /arge Rock, left the island yesterday B.W.LA. last week from Nassau in
West Indian tudents "Union bo morning by T.C.A, enroute to the the Bahamas, and Havana, Cuba,

U.S.A. They have gone to residg having spent a week in each of
in New York City.

Mr. Edghill was an employee
of Sandy Lane Factory and a
prominent member of the Carito,
Cricket Club while his wife was
with Messrs Hutchinson & Ban-

Hans Crescent Hostei recently on
the future of Colonial territories.

The students listened attentively
as Mr Griffiths, in his broad
Welsh accent, outlined the prot-
Jems that had to be overcome be
septic ceeemscramen = Hele, Salta

pte self-gove: ; s

His light-hearted reference tc Health Reasons
the fact that the West Indies would EAVING by B.W.1A, yes.er-
be well served with lawyers in day morning for Puerto Rice
the years to come was greeted en route to the U.S.A., was Miss
with laughter by the students. 90 Gloria Sutherland of Bay Street
per cent, of whom are studying who has gone for médical aid.
law. She was accompanieq by her

On His Way mother,

these places as well as in Kings-
ton, Jamaica.

tehalf of Pye Limited, for whom
Mr... Stewart is Regional Super-
visor in this part.

There are now two Television
Stations in Havana, Cubd, giving
12 hours per day transmissions
each, Mr. Stewart said and
trend among TV users is to buy
ht set with the largest possible
tcreen.

British manufacturers are al-
ready produeing large screen Tel-
evision receivers for export to

R. MARTIN KEIFT, Execu- Pianoforte Recital such countries as Cuba, and the
tive in the Royal Nether- IANIST DANIEL ERICOURT British products are appreciated
lands Steamship Company, wha will give a Recital at the for their extra Screen brilliance

arrived in the colony on Sunday Combermere School Hal) tonight, and clarity. ;
dast by B.W.LA. from Trinidad on Barbadians have had the priv- . Jamaica does not anticipate
a short business visit, left on ilege of herring this world famed having a Television Station in
Wednesday by the SS. “Oranje- pianist within recent years, The the near future but in Puerto Rico
stad programme will include works by. @ Station is to be constructed

Mr. Keift is on his way to the Composers of Yesterday and To- Shortly. In Nassau, TV pictures
dquarters at Amsterdam, Hol- «‘ay — Scarlatti-Tausig, Mozart, can be picked .

Chopin, Faure, Debussy, Ravel- Miami, but the dis

Ericourt and Manuel de Falla.
cial Starter at the B.T.C. A GROUP of T.C.A. employees
Races, was among the passengers ¢ * arrived here yesterday morn-
arriving here on Wednesday night ing by T.C.A. from Canada on a J. Kelshall from Trinidad. They

lan mee involved

Official Starter
O. PENN BENNETT, Offi-

sults.

T.C.A. Employees For Two Weeks

by BWIA from Trinidad to attend week’s holiday. They were Miss arrived yesterday morning by |°t grill and grill just long enough Mother

the Races. V. A. Hendren, Miss Betty Wil- B.W.I.A. accompanied by their
He said that he had just re- "On, Miss Olive L, Ryall, Miss dsughter-in-law, Mrs. Arnold Kel-

signed from being a Steward of Gloria Giaschi, a stewardess and shall and are guests at the Hotel
Mr. Thomas

the Trinidad Turf Club after A. Finlay, Flight Royal.
serving for two years, due to steward and his wife. They are Mr. Kelshall is Senior Partner
pressure of work, guests at Rockley Beach Club and of Messrs T. M, Kelshall & Co.,

the Ocean View Hotel,

Mr. Bennett who has been con- Solicitors of Port-of-Spain and a,

nected with racing for fifty years, L P rember of the West Indies
has been Official Starter at races Labour Leader Returns Cricket Board of Control.
in Trinidad, British Guiana and Home To Reside

Barbados for the past seven years. ONOURABLE E, T. JOSHUA,
He expects to be in Barbados President of the Federated
until November 16 as a guest at Industrial and Agricultural Work-

the Hotel Royal.
| " = Party in St. Vincent, returned Mr. Knight, a brother of Mr.

District Medical Officer ome yesterday afternoon by B.G. V. C. Knight, was Accountant of
R. W. S. KULESZA, District Airways. Messrs Da Costa & Co., Ltd., for
Medical Officer of St. Vin- Mr. Joshua was a_ member of many years and is now retired.

cent, arrived yesterday morning the delegation of West Indian Mr. and Mrs. Knight will be
by B.G. Airways on a short visit a bye ae a residing in England,

rior to spending his long leave ©V' ados to intery ji »
Fr Bisent. e eg Mr. G. H. Adams on the question Trinidad Turfite

Dr. Kulesza expects to leave on of the trade union divisian whici R. CYRIL GITTENS, Dental
Sunday by the R.M.S. Lady Rod- WS likely to be created in the Surgeon of Port-of-Spain,
ney for Trinidad where he will Caribbean area. Trinidad, arrived here on Wed-
fly to New York and then pro- , While in Barbados, Mr, Joshua nesday night by B.W.LA, to at-
ceed. to London by the Queen W285 a oer Indramer Guest tong the B.T.C. November four-
Elizabeth. He is a guest at the et ing. day race meeting which opens at
Hotel Royal. seraat ete the Garrison Savannah on Satur-

a 5 ; P HER, day.

Fxhibition Opens To-day M daughter of Mr. Arthur. Dr. Gittens will also see his
DAY an Exhibition opens at Roberts, Manager of the Govern- horses Nefari and En Prix which
the Museum for members in- ment Savings Bank and Mrs. he manages, race at the meeting.

terested in Art and Local Indus- Roberts of “Greenways”, Aquatic He said that he was very de-
tries. There will also be exhibita Gap, left for Canada yesterday lighted to be back again in the
of oil and water colour paintings morning by TCA to join her hus- island after an absence of many

R. AND MRS, L. A. KNIGHT
were passengers for Eng-

land by the S.S. “Oranjestad” on
ers Union of the People’s Political Wednesday last.

|
The visit was a business one on

daily from |for you and fillet the fish, too.

Gone. by Miss Kendall, clever
young artist who recently came
over to Barbados to settle,

In addition there will be paint-
ings and sketghes by Mrs, Forster
and specimens of her shell work.

band, Mr. Louis Pitcher who left years. He last attended a race
here three months ago to take up meeting here in 1944, but had
an appointment in Montreal. passed through in December last

y year en route to Trinidad from
Boys’ Club Concert England after residing there for

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Varming
By HELEN BURKE
Talking Food

| TO offset latest increases in food
| wriens, I suggest a good potas:
as“an economical daiiy dish,
There need be no sameness in
a good potage or soup, based on

potatoes, as the flavours can we
varied.
| Avoid the stockpot for in th

lies the danger to fresh, clean-
flavoured soups. And do not worry
if you have no bones, One of mi
chef friends always says that wate:
is the best stock, and while thay
is not strictly true of all soups,
|it is of vegetable soup,

A large warming plate of soup
n be the main dish for an
evening meal, followed by a
Welsh rarebit or toasted cheese
|on toast. Cheese can replace meat
jor fish at a light meal.

ica

Then there are herrings.
joil in these fish is a great
and health protector, Buy, too;
sea bream, another of the less
expensive fish and very good just
jnow. Big drawbacks are the thick
scales and the bones, but the fish- |
monger will scrape off the scaies |

I suggest that you rinse and

does not, enable satisfactory re-|dry the fillets. Melt a walnut or!

two of margarine in the grill pan!
(no grid, please). Draw the fillets

PENDING two weeks’ holiday|{lesh side down, in the fat then outlook is
in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs, |‘¥7" them, Sprinkle with peppers

and salt to taste, place under the

to make the flesh opaque. The fish}
need not be turned.

Serve with the juice from the
grill pan, This, however, has a
way of drying during the grilling,
so, for this reason. I always add
(towards the end of the grilling)
a tablespoon or two of boiling
water to the pan,

Potage
START with potatoes say, 3-4
| for 3-4 persons. Add 1-2 chopped
}onions, a bouquet garni and water
|barely to cover. Boil until the
potatoes fall, then rub the lot |
through a sieve. Have cooking in!
another pan a dessertspoon of sago
or tapioca, Add it to the sieved
jmixture, together with enough
water for 3-4 people, a small nut
of butter or margarine and pepper
and salt and freshly chopped
parsley to taste and bring to the
boil again,

Other versions are to add tothe
potatoes an equal of

|

or one or two tomatoes or turnips
or cauli-flowerlets,





Nite tian ics

by M. Harrison-Gray
Dealer: West,



|

}

|

Trimmings | Upsets

OTHER economical warming
bez : fter extensive research,
- si aga aus Be t ‘ kes pe wins Laboratories have
them or ma ing 30oston ba ec roduced De Witt’s Antacid
pork and beans. The “pork” can ablets, mew companion-
be some of your expensive bacon roduct. to their renowned
ration or, if you are lucky, trim- owder. They are the most
mings from your bacon shop. convenient way of checking
Pulses (peas, beans and lentils) digestive disordersaway from
~ are second-class protein and home. No water requtred—
excellent for us. just dissolve one or two on the
Watch out for chicken giblets. tongue for prompt velief
ne pound of them with half a anywhere, Pleasant tasting








amoung
chopped, cleaned leeks or cafrots|*

NOVEMBER

FRIDAY,

*, 1952

















Thoughts

Digestive














































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strips for pocket or handbag.
Standard Size, 24 Tablets.
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’

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at your butcher’s. There is a lot
of good meat on them as well as
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House Spend Seven Hours On Five Year Plan |

Speaking under the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Education was necessary for re-





PAGE THREE

Di: . ks > % head than pay 60 cents for something
tscussion ontinues “Loans — Natural Gas Corpora- finement. not first class.
tion,” he said that it was irue He was not talking of a Mr. Mottley objected to the or wae
that there should be such provi- secondary school in each parish. Government paying the water rate - arao

This Afternoon

and urged that the people should

sion, but he first wanted to see That was foolishness, but there ; 4 ie

the Leader of the House go to were close to 90,000 people in St. Te senha ore tet pen ulG,

z s . j ere sho » y ‘ ee

The House of Assembly concluded the fourth day of Basland and clear up the good Michael, and there should be ; would

debate on the Five Year Plan of Capital Works and Taxa-
tion yesterday, sitting for another seven and a half hours.
The debate will be resumed this evening at 4 o’clock when
Mr. R. G. Mapp will continue to speak on the fiscal pro-
posals contained in the memorandum.

name of Barbados, The bad name
which it was said had come to
Barbados had really come about
through their giving Gulf a con-
cession and not the British Union.

Agrees With Action

another secondary girls’ school.
One could say when thinking of
parliament buildings and the
$750,000 it would cost that he was
sorry that when it was started
oepedy did not do it like Guy

ing was concerned he
Advocate for the development of
nore areas.

He has been hearing much talk
about money people have to pay
on r@m. The idea of providing
money for swing chair doctors was

the spotlight falls on ROBIA

Government who lost motions Mr. Mottley briefly recapitu. He asked the House not to . not good enough for him. The
for the adjournment on two pre- lated his argument of last Be - make any mistake as to what he The Honourable member might method of Public Health to-day
Vious occasions, won last night’s day, and contended _ that e thought about thé granting of Say One. had to go to Erdiston or should be to train more nurses * D li as | fi
motion that the House adjourn method of taxation proposed wag the concession. He agreed with Harrison College to be able to for positions eficiousty fine cotton
until 4 p.m., today by an 11—7 not only for the immediate future, the Government giving Gulf. He teach, English, but that was not Speaking of the Hospital, Mr
majority. An attempt by Mr. E. D. but to carry on “this top heavy would say, too, that he was of the true. Mottley said that he was glad. to
Mottley to amend the motion for administration” which had been opinion that Barbados was no Due to the Labour Party’s in- see that provision was made for *

the adjournment was ruled out of
order, while a suggestion from
Mr. A. E. S, Lewis that the House
Bdjourn until noon today went
unnoticed.

When the division was taken,
the voting went as follows: Ayes—

thrust upon them.

Mr. Mottley warned tha, there
must be retrenchment in the form
of earlier and longer hours for the
employees of Government and
said that Government had admit-
ted that in the Department of

more than a glorified crown
colony. He would defy the Leader
of the House, the Governor of the
colony or anybody else to carry
out instructions contrary to those
given by some official in the

cessant campaigning and work
in the Union the people had been
able to get money — he would
grant them that — but especially
because of that, they wanted to
educate their children and would
be willing to pay for doing so, If

another 100 beds but he was
afraid that all is not well at the
General Hospital

hoped that this would b@
tackle} immediately, because . it
was placed in the five-year plan
they did not have to wait until

*

So beautifully woven

Wonderful novelty designs

“r. L. = Semith; Mars. E E. Bourne; not eaten de eee ee — yore o_o agree with the t¢ Government used the money ay geal tg © piace oe Lae * So light, so cool, so fresh
Mr. C, E. Talma: Mr. E Holder. He thought that Government Leader saying that at the ap- to buad 4s ,achool, in- |, case of a patient at the Hospital

Mr. T. 0. Bryan: Mr. F L, Walcott’ Should go through the admimis+ propriate time he would clear up ‘t#d of parliament building, there \.0 "hag had an operation for

Mr. G. H. Adams; Dr. H.G.Cum- tration .with a pruning knife the good name of Barbados. Were | i. ae Oe eS sid g hernia and had got out of his bed * Washes and wears perfectly
mins; and Mr. M. E. Cox. Noes: Wherever there was a department What was more, when it came to WU e willing tw pay $10 a 4. go to the lavatory. When he

Mr. A. E. S. Lewis; Mr. W. A
Crawford; Mr. J. C, Mottley; Mr.
‘'V. B, Vaughan; Mr. O, T, Allder;
Mr. E. D. Mottley and Mr. BE, K.
Walcott.

Taking part fn yesterday’s de-
bate were Mr. E. D. Mottley who
spoke for another 3 hours, a total

from which they were not getting
immediate benefit.

He said he did not'see the argu-
ment in comparing the Civil Ser-
vice of Barbados with that of
Briti -Guiana, and suggested
that Civil Servants should attend
work at 8.30 a.m. in order to cope

dealing with the British Gov-
prmment, party or no party, they
should present a united front.
“Now I come to what I consi-
der one of the ~monstrosities in
the Plan — New Offices and
Parliament Building. You have
here $750,000 to build offices and

term to educate their child. And
ef course free secondary educa-
tion was beyond what a place
like Barbados could afford.

He next dealt with irrigation
and quoted Government's state-
ment in the Memorandum that
“It is hoped that, as a result of

returned to his bed he found that
his bed was occupied by another
patient who had just been brought
Phere are many patients in the
Hospital who share beds. But the
most important thing was that
what@ver they did they should

. : with the volume of work, rather ; i k sti Many -
Mi.'J. Cr Motuey and Mr RG, than have’ service whi neces- Parllamentary buuldings, j. can- or" wnich $900,000 has been pro- vsmplinfs ave, een, rectived |
Mapp who was still speaking at Pingo | ‘taxing people out of.exis- Meshber for a Jeon co (outer vided, economic methods of irri- from the Hospital net —s
. eae a wpe ee of the Government could be #*ting agricultural lands of peas- ‘bout ih Raa so Gating

a é s _ s ; see tha rere is i :

debate are Mr E. K. Walcott: Mr. Highways And ~ransport awake to the necessities of the fe he plantations will be de- Scum the imported staff at the
J. A. Haynes; Mr. M. E. Cox; Dr. ,. Diverting his attention to the people of this colony and include ‘welll be > ae eee funds Hospital that they could treat the THE TOOTAL GUARANTEE
H. G. Cummins; Mr. T. O. Bryan; Department of Highways and that.” roan! or “cans to pur~ nurses as they like.

Mr. E. Holder; Mr, C, E, Talma;
Mr. E, W. Barrow; Mr. F. E. Millar;
Mrs. E. E, Bourne and Mr. L. E.
Smith.

When consideration of the
memorandum was resumed yes-
terday, Mr. E, D, Mottley who had
spoken for four hours on Tuesday

Transport, Mr. Mottley said “it is
scandalous to see the amount of
money which is being spent by
that department on tenantry roads
because of the general attitude of
the workers, The money which is
being spent can do twice as much
work as it now does.” *

At the beginning of the year
at St. Michael’s Girls’ School,
700 children had made applica-
tiom to enter and were almost all
turmed back. Imagine a com-
munity like the community of
Barbados! What would happen if

chase irrigation equipment in
many cases, probably on a co-
operative basis.”’ He said that the|
Leader said it took a long time!
to decide whether or not irriga-
tion methods were good for the|
purpose of cane crops.

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; “There is somethi rong.” Mr. Louis Lynch did not have that th ‘hi place it or refund the
. 5 § ch, deal- There is something wrong,” °* e would say that the scheme
ie icledy wah ne spare He he said. Supervisors,. labourers, S°™Me place to accommodate taose should only be for peasants. If a price and pay the cost

cividual proposals contained in

the memorandum.

everybody, are mixing the work
with politics.” He said he did not

children? Would it not have seen
better to build a secondary school

system of irrigation could help
peasants and more food would be



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see why “one cent” should be instead of liament buildings. produced that would be well, The famous
Alternative Suggestions épent on that Department under He doubted that the Leader of but it was too ambitious to think
the Five Year plan until a proper the House could have included of including plantations. If
He admitted that there was no check was made of the amount provision for parliament build- gcientific research proved that
point in merely eats a meas- of wae howe. ong = general j, conscious of that, irrigation of plantations would Me word Touts! ond other brand names mentioned
ure such as was before the House working of that Department. e i J rt
without putting forward alterna- In regard to the pares for salle eoae Side alle hidieek Doe bab $e “tell” t santatiog ro i ah mei
tive suggestions. However, the having an additional $150,000 to higher up and better off that it 9 @ pia am
pronouncement made by the assist peasants with holdings up wher irrigate or lend and

Leader that he has asked for sug-
gestions did not apply, and could
not be expected to apply to the!
official opposition, but they on
that side would be the last per-
sons merely to offer opposition
without being able to put forward
alternative suggestions. His party
wes not unmindful of the fact
that while there were superficial
differences between the two par-
ties, their fundamental principles
were the same in that they would
all like to see a progressive and
improved Barbados,

Referring to the plan itself, Mr.
Mottley said one could “see some
skilful hand in its preparation,”
but it appeared that no consider-
ation had been given to the appli-
cation of the proposals and their
effect on Barbados generally.


















to 25 acres, Mr, Mottley thought
that they could be better dealt
with under the Agricultural Aids
Act, and turning to the question
of establishing a piggery, he said
plantation owners and managers
should by an Act of the Legisla-
ture be ordered to keep a certain
amount of heifer cattle and pigs.

He did not think that Govern-
ment should spend money in that
direction.

On the question of the estab-
lishment of a Central Milk Depot
and .Creamefy, he said that
“wherever Private Enterprise was
willing to provide the necessary
money, Government should mot
interfere. Such interference killed
incentive, and resulted in the peo-
ple having to bear the burdem of
taxation to meet a similar scheme.

was not necessary to let some
people get education. That was
why he would prefer Englishmen
than some Barbadian scholars to
fill certain posts. Some Barbadian
scholars were opposed to the fur-
therance of education. If they
were educated along a line that
was not very familar, they would
charge $10 a minute to teach it.
A Foolish Feeling

The feeling that # was a waste
of time sending girls to school
unless they got certificates was a
foolish one. Any father liked to
see his daughter’remain a child
as long as possible. If she was
unable to go to;another school
after leaving the elementary
school at 14, theré was a worse
thréat of increased population.

The vast resources of the gigan-

money to do so. He would get
monéy and irrigate. Therefore, it
was not necessary to provide for
plantations, but only peasants.

Mr. Mottley in refering to the
Housing Board said it was one
item for which he would have to
offer a defence, as he was a mem-
ber of the Board for sometime.
Rehousing of Barbados is a big.
problem and when he said re-
housing he meant the people in
tne slum areas. In every housing
scheme the Government was
bound to subsidize

There are so many people to
rehouse. Some people would gladly
pay more for a spot with water
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Friday, November 7, 1952

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TEST CASE?

['WO memoranda on the oiis and fats

agreemelt were submitted to the ninth
meeting of the Incorporated Chambers of
Commerce of the British Caribbean, in

British Guiana.

One was submitted by the delegates of
Barbados and British Guiana: the other
by the delegates of Trinidad. The delegates
of Barbados and British Guiana were
seriously concerned at the methods by
which successive oils and fats agreements
have been formulated and regard some of
the provisions of the current agreement as
unsound economically and harmful to the
legitimate interest of consumers. The
delegates from Trinidad on the other hand
expressed themselves in favour of regu-
lating the trade in soap and edible products
in the British Caribbean area in such a
manner as to give a measure of assistance
to the local industries of coconut growing
and their conversion into manufactured
articles. The disagreement between the
Trinidad delegates and the delegates from
Barbados and British Guiana arises from
a diversity of interests. Whereas the
delegates from Barbados and British
Guiana were concerned especially to safe-
guard the interests of the consumer, the
delegates from Trinidad had obviously
been briefed to represent the interests of
the copra-growers and of the manufac-
turers. The oils and fats agreement is by
way of becoming a test case which may
decide whether the British West Indies are
going to ‘follow a policy of protecting the
producer and manufacturer (even at the
expense of the consumer) or whether the
interests of the consumer are to be given
the highest priority.

The divergent views about the oils and
fats agreement have arisen chiefly because
the commercial and consumer interests are
inadequately represented at the Annual
Conference which fixes prices to be paid
for copra.

This is the considered opinion of the
delegates from Barbados and British
Guiana and the point is stressed in their
memoranda. Other points raised by the
delegation are that it cannot be a sound
commercial policy to permit the prices of
locally produced commodities such as
laundry soap, edible oils, lard and
margarine to diverge so greatly from the
prices of comparable imports as is likely
to arise from the operation of the current
agreement: that the complete protection
at present given to the Oils and Fats In-
dustry needs periodic review to ensure that
efforts are being made to improve the
quality of locally processed products: and
that the further development of the Oils
and Fats Industry demand conditions of
free trade within the area if measures of
protection are to be continued.

An understanding of the Oils and Fats
agreement is necessary to an understanding
of the points raised by the Barbados and
British Guianese delegates. It must for
instance be remembered that the agree-
ment served the West Indies well during
years of acute world shortage of oils and
fats when the copra growers could have
received much more for their produce than
was agreed by the Oils and Fats Confer-
ence. The Oils and Fats Conference has
been of great service to the British West
Indies and the delegates of Barbados and
British Guiana were of the opinion that the

industry ought to be afforded a reasonable
measure of protection since it appears well
suited to the circumstances of the region.
What are being disputed are the measures
of protection and the methods of represent-
ation of the interests concerned

The success which has attended the
British West Indies Sugar Association in
their bargaining with the Ministry of Food
is sometimes used by the copra growers as
an argument to bolster their own cause. If,
they contend, the sugar growers of the
British West Indies can stick out for a high-
ly remunerative price why cannot the
copra producers? This line of argument is
not in the interests of the West Indian con-
sumers. Having recognised the importance
of the oils and fats agreement to the West
Indies in previous years no sentimental
arguments ought to be permitted when the
agreement is examined today.

There is a° world of difference between
affording an industry a reasonable measure
of protection and allowing it to prosper uh-
duly ata time when improved world pro-
duetion is forcing down prices. Unless
the maintenance of high prices is made de-
pendent upon improvement in the quality
of locally processed products there will be
no incentive for the industry to spend
profits upon improvements.

The memorandum put forward by the
delegates of Barbados and British Guiana
is motivated by a desire to protect the
interest of the consumers. The memoran-
dum put forward by the delegates from
Trinidad is primarily concerned to protect
the interests of the copra growers and
manufacturers of copra products, although
it recommends that all sections of the com-
munity in each territory should be kept
fully informed of the arrangements pro-
posed from time to time and be given op-
portunities of entering fully into discus-
sions preceding administrative decisions.

What will be the future of the Oils and
Fats Industry? Will it be over protected
to the extent that the consumer will be
paying more for a local product than he
would be asked to pay for an imported
product? Or will consumer organisations
be able to keep the price of local products
at competitive levels? ‘A forecast at this
moment would be rash, but it is safe to
state that the publicity given to the con-
sumers interests by the delegates at the
ninth meeting of the Chambers of Com-
merece will be beneficial to the consumers.



BARBADOS

Whose Fault? Condemnation

To. The Editor, The Advocate, To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR.—Your Leader of Friday, SIR,—-Anyone with an appre-
3ist October entitled “The ciation of the plight of the con-
Blind” must give pleasure to all sumers in Barbados can do no

members of the community who otherwise than to condemn the
jare concerned with the needs of so-called 5-Year Plan before the
physically handicapped people. House for all it is worth. The
| Mention












































is made of a new Plan in simple language is a sys-
ltraining school for blind chil- tem of taxation for the next 5
dren in Trinidad and to the fact years and nothing more. To call

that no Barbadian children have the document before the House a
entered. The Barbados Associa- Plan-—as we understand a Plan
tion in aid of the Blind and the Divising “and an ‘attempt to, e=-
Dent hes bean touch through- tablish a dangerous precedent in
out with the Committee in Trini- the history of Planning.
dad which provided this school. “j; jg unfortunate that Govern-
Tt is an excellent building, beau- jn ent in its effort to collect
tifully situated in a lovely val~ reyenue has seen it fit to burden
ley. The premises are modern an already over burdened pecple
ind ‘specially built for housing groaning under the yoke of in-
‘he blind and the school is run direct taxation. I see the Plan—
by a committee which is very If Plan it can be called—a mas-
nrogressive in its approach to terpiece of Conservative plan-
the problems ning and a triumph to that ele-
Your Leader pertinently asks ment. :
“What are the reasons for the _ Where is the
apparent obstacles which prevent Harbour? Can we long con-
the young blind of Barbados tinue without it? No one who
from ‘accepting the facilities in has the welfare of the island at
order t heart would envisage a 5-Year
r to begin a new life in ; . ; .
: 9” ; -. Plan’ without such a _ scheme;
Trinidad? I should like to as- oad : :
rm when bearing in mind that such
‘ure you that any obstacles there ., undertaking would
have not been raised by the much of our unemployment and
Association, On the contrary, we at the same time give the island
do our very best to persuade 4 temporary, if not a lasting state
parents of blind children to let of prosperity. Any long range
them gu to this school. Where the plan in Barbados without a Deep
fees are the difficulty, the Com- Water Harbour is pernicious and
mittee is willing to give financial cannot be called a Plan,
assistance. The greatest obstacle The 5-Year Plan is a grave re-
is usually the parents themselves flection on the Party in power to
vho are reluctant to allow their plan anything to the lasting good
handicapped children to leave of the people who so _ willingly
nome, The case of Penelope elected them on the last election.
(a fictitious name) is typical. The Party stands condemned by
Penelope is now ten, the child of all well thinking Barbadians.
ndustrious parents who are, Public censure is so great on
small artisans. They are not this issue, that the Party should
wealthy but they have a regular test its strength by going back
neome and manage to live quiet- to the Country for the Peoples’
y and humbly within their approbation,
neans, Penelope was born blind | To suggest that the Party go
nd her trouble is her parents back to the Country for the
we her too much, They Peoples Approval is to my mind
will not be separated from her, fair and reasonable. My sug-
7 ; gestion is borne out by British
‘or this reason she is deprived Parliamentary practice in . any
vt her opportunity to become a Qiisi, and the issues involved
1ermal citizen and will probably in the 5-Year Plan cannot be
‘nd up forty years hence aS @ separated from a crisis.
lind person in receipt of public True leaders are never afraid
‘ssistance, The child herself is of the people; so take courage
‘uite intelligent and taking her and face them as Attlee did last
ue from the grown-ups around year in England.

Deep Water

ver bursts into tears and refuses L. B. BRATHWAITE.
» be “taken away”. The parents epi ite i
re allowing her to decide. How Civilization

“on she? We have done our best

vith them but recently have To The Editor, The Advocate—
aased to try further -versuasion SIR,—I desire to say that the
vecause we are now being chare- civil progress of humanity when
4A with trvine to senarate chil- traced from the most pristine ages
4jren from their parents! up to this present era, leaves

much to be desired,
Penelope’s, Mr, Editor, is an From an anthropological stand-
oxtreme case, but the same point, man must be regarded as
notives may well be behind the the most amorous animal ever
eluctance of other parents even created, but if the dignity with
.o let us know about their child- Which man ‘has been endowed
en, The answer as you point from creation and which gives him

ut is education of the public, Priority over his less intelligent
ind it is there we rely on the brethren is to be maintained or
ielp of a friendly and co-opera- even enhanced as can quite possi-
dive Press. bly be, those congenital animal

instincts which give rise to con-
troversy and which are yet very
prominent will have to be thwart-

The Association is not with-
vut hope however for the future
ft blind children in Barbados. oq choked and finally effaced
‘ive deaf children are already perhaps the most Ys ohatating
oeing trained at a special school jnstinct which undoubtedly has
n Trinidad. It took two years to originuted from our animal an-
versuade the guardians of the cestry is avarice.
irst who went that the training When we recall the story of
night be his salvation. Once he “the dog and the shadow,” and
yot there however, others fol- see how manifestly his (the
owed. In the last few days in- dog's) ignorance was displayed,
ormation has been received that it is not amazing or pitiable when
he Poor Law Guardians in one we see the prominence of his
vf the Parishes will contribute grees, pee oe ee ee
» the support of a 5S-year-old Pardonable, for as the old adage
Jind girl who ie in their care. It B0es—"“where ignorance is bliss,
‘appened that the first deaf child vet on = = var ee man, be
vho went was also in an Alms- Ve" an who has been grante
rowse, in eae of these cases he the faculties of comprehension and
%oor Law Guardians have blazed Te8S0n and of enjoying the splen~
he trail) Perhaps now Penelope's dour and beauty with which
ardi . a oth Ww ill foll nature has graced us, is wholly
Uardians an ‘i ers will Tolow inexcusable when avarice ig
it. My Committee hopes so. found to be in predominance over
I sist bys Poe of his nature,
’ an can be given every con-
Yours very truly, ceivable requisite both physically
BETTY L. ARNE. and materially, yet he never
Hon. Secretary. seems to reach a state of satiety.
B’dos Assn. in aid of the Consequent of such discontent,
Blind end the Deaf even war is waged, and not only
8rd November, 1952. are the reins of felicity curbed,

: 1 but a deplorable future beyond
“Bridge Of Sighs” the mental horizons of mags is

; 5 predestined.
‘o, The Editor, The Advocate, Even this miniature island of
SIR,— I was a very inter- Barbados with so exiguous @

sted reader of the recent articles population is found to be faltering
ppearing in the Monday Evening under the barbarous claws of
News as well as the two subse- greed which is one of the pre-
quent ones in your Daily News- vailing substrata of burglary and
paper. dissension among the people of
I must confess that I did this island.

ympathise with Eve Perrick in If we, the denizens of Barba-
‘er. article because of the fact, d0s claim to be civilized and to
ypeaking as a visitor to Venice, have replaced the weaknesses of
me is somewhat disappointed on OUP animal ancestry by more
wrival, but after having spent wholesome practices, ' then let us
he firet night there. the place be, more philanthropic and exert
\ssumes quite .a different aspect more wholesome efforts towards
*xt morning and on leavin tie formation O88 morp genw,
1ex s nS sympathetic and civilized world.
ery pleasant memories are re- Yrs. Faithfully,

iined of your visit, FRANCIS JE
At this point I do heartily eT
West Indian Names

gree with everything that “Wan-
lerlust’ has written about the
place. . To, The Editor, The Advocate.
Your correspondent, “One who | SIR,—A suggestion for the an-
has never been to Venice’ did nouncer at our Race Meetings.
-ry to fill the gap which was left As West Indian Federation seems
»y the two previous writers as to be always talked and written
egards the reason for the name bout, why are not West Indian
‘Bridge of Sighs” but I am "ames used wherever possible in
vfraid that his explanation did Calling out the winning numbers
1ot tally with the local version. instead of foreign ones. Surely J
Actually the name took its rise for Jamaica would sound more in
yecause of the fact that on one Keeping with our W.I. background
side of a Canal .is a Palace of ‘an J for Japan — qn enemy
very magnificent structure. in ecuntry not too long ago. I sug-

gest also that they use A for
which is housed the Courts of t +
Tustice, 56 fo “soen ails tad Antigua, D for Dominica etc., but

ace continue with C for Canada.
hat a short bridge spans the hese may sound trifling
Canal leading into the Prison on matters to lo¢al: ears but you
he other side, which incident- would be surprised to know of
lly is as gloomy a place as one the criticism they produce from
ould ever wish to see with its foreigners.
at infested dungeons “ete:, some Yours faithfully,
ff which are even below water H. BAYLEY.

‘evel at high tide and d et ,
Per ip ee ee Attention All Butchers
Prisoners, after having been
}centenced, were led across this 7% The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—We are suffering from a

| ridge into confinement and very . ;
; spate of advisers but the most

|many of them, knowing that ps is
| ‘hey would never see the light Dapded aoe cae ne
|-¢ day again heaved many ® My local butcher hacks up his
|Sigh bemoaning their fate — meat blindfold judging by results
ence the name. and he tells me that the only
1 may mention that I have had training he has received is by
the opportunity of visiting the way of a fella’s unkept promise
|Courts, of Justice and walking to lend him a book on the sub-
|seroes the Bridge of Sighs to the ject. Frying and stewing steak
| Prison during my visit to Venice from the stores is obviously cut
lact year. from any part of the anynal ex~-
Manv thanks for the sn°ce and cept’ the head, tail and feet and
I do hope my explanation may two Ibs of frying steak can be
have been of some use. made up of 11 ozs. of bone, 8 ozs.
of fat and 13 ozs. of lean meat
FRED S, OLTON and grisel. Fillet steak—which



absorb *

ADVOCATE

should be entirely edible can also
contain 25 per cent. of waste here}
and frequently dovs.

If such an adviser was invited}
to come at the expense of the
butchers, (not the taxpayers) I
feel sure that it would pay them
handsomely, as the better cuts—
when discovered — would com-|
mand a better price and every
cut could be sold for what itis,

to the entire satisfaction of the)
customer and seller, No meat
would then be returned to the
store in disgust.

Yours etc

BETSY FORDHAM.
You've ‘ad It

to, The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I have been following tha
correspondence on disrespect of
the National Anthem in Barba-
dos, which followed “Pensant’s”
article on the subject in one of
your Sunday issues.

In my Opinion none of your
correspondents so far has discov-
ered the real reason why the
Anthem is not shown respect in
cinemas etc, both here and in
England.

With the confidence in my be-
liefs that ignorance inspires I will
venture to put them right. The
reason is that, not only is the
National Anthem played too much,
but it has come to mean “You've
‘ad it chum”, In other words:
“This is the end, you have had
your money’s worth; now please
go home arfd let us lock up.”

fhe result is that people have
come to associate the National
Anthem not with the idea of Mon-
archy but with the word END.

If the Anthem were only
played at state occasions such as
parades ete, it would get the
respect it would then deserve.

At the moment it is just a
polite way of saying “scram”;
I have even known some hosts
break up cocktail parties-—-which
would no doubt have continued
for the rest of the night—by play-
ing the National Anthem!

Yours etc,
FIRECRACKER,

Princess Tsahai Memorial
Hospital Fund

Io, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR,—May I, through you,
draw the kind notice of your
readers to the Princess Tsahai
Memorial Hospital which was
opened in Addis Ababa last year
and which has been built and
equipped by the support of Brit.
ish subscribers.

I am happy to state that two
operation theatres are now at
work. The Laboratory is provid-
ing a service not hitherto possible
in Addis Ababa and a_ Blood
Transfusion Unit is being pre-
pared. A skilled Radiologist and
a skilled Anaesthetist are inno-
vations in the Ethiopian Medical
Service which will save many
lives.

The Sool of Nursing for Ethi-
opian Probationers is furnished
with the equipment one would
find in a British Nursing School.
After the first twelve weeks
tuition the pupils sat for an ex-
amination in which they all did
well and many of them received
more than 80 per cent, of the
marks, e

In the Infants’ Department of
the Hospital among th outpa-
tients and inpatients, the main
diseases are pneumonia, pleurisy
end bronchitis. There are always
many acute cases on the danger
list requiring very careful nurs-

ng.

The Memorial Hospital Council
in London still has approximately
£2,000 to raise in order to pay
for equipment and freight charges
in respect of equipment already
installed in the Hospital in Addis
Ababa.

Moreover, the Memorial Hos-
pital Council is extremely anxious
to raise a fund for the assistance
of destitute patients who are un-
able to contribute anything to-
wards their treatment and require
assistance in various ways for
their rehabilitation on leaving the
Hospital. :

Donations will be gratefully
acknowledged by the Honorary.
Treasurers, Lord MHorder’ = and
Lord Amulree, c/o Messrs, Gould
& Prideaux, Honorary Account-
ants, 88, Bishopsgate, London,

E.C, 2,
Yours ete.
E. SYLVIA PANKHURST.

Hon. Secretary.

3, Charteris Road,
Woodford Green,
Essex, England.

Xmas Card Contest
To, The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Although I am not a reg-
ular churehgoer and do not claim
to be intensely religious I find it
repugnant that the first-prize
Christmas card should be simply
an advertisement for rum.
Christmas is celebrated in mem-
ory of the birth of Jesus Christ. _
“Very local in character’ but
in very doubtful taste, or as I see
it undoubtedly bad taste,

Yours Very truly,
» BIM.

Beautifying Barbados
To, The Editor, The Advocate.

SIR, May I crave a small
amount of our precious space to.
refer to a subject to which I
really had no intention returning.

I would like to say “thank you
so much” both to Col; Oliver and
also to Dorothy; F. Wilson, for
their generous support to my
humble suggesion that
Cornation Gift to the
would like to see some of the
Plantation Owners give some of
their land bordering the “MAIN
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THE
ISLAND” for the planting of
avanues of shaded floral trees etc.

Although I don’t envy Col:
Oliver in the least for the time
and energy that he must have
devoted to his mathematical
deductions, Labouring as he was
under a delusion, Yet I thank
him for admitting that “seriously
the idea is a good one.”

Seriously any school boy glanc-
ing at a road map of the island
will see that “certain sections of
our main highways” could not by
any stretch of the imagination
take up almost half of the land
area of the island,

Even if it did, what we loose
in sugar production we would
gain in Tourist Inflation. For after
all sugar will not always be king,
any more than Mr, Adams will
always be Prime Minister.

Thanking you again,
A MOTORIST,


















FRIDAY,

NOVEMBER 7,

1952










DIARIES !! DIARIES !!
AT THE
ADVOCATE STATIONERY

NEW REGISTRATIONS
WARMLY WELCOMED

By DEREK MARKS
W. S. CHURCHILL and (Pro-
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its first year’s working to the shareholders.*
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Mr. R. A. Butler has succeeded in stop-

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NEXT on the credit side comes Mr. Harold
Macmillan’s building department. There the
target was set out as 300,000 houses a year.
If the target has not been gd, substan-
tial progress has been mai ;

High up on the company’s” prospectus}
sheet were bold plans for developing the
Empire. New resources were to be devel-
oped, and there was to be the “greatest pos-
sible volume of trade” within the Empire. °

And in the progress report? No wonder
they tuck it away in the back pages. Only
one credit item: a big improvement in the
Malayan situation.

For the rest, there is the puny record of
Lord Salisbury, Commonwealth Relations
Minister, and Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, Colonial
Secretary; a record of nothing ventured,
nothing won. There is a pat on the head for
the Socialist-appointed Lord Reith and the
Colonial Development Corporation. That
Lord Reith’s activities have been so far re-
stricted to winding up various development
projects is glossed over.

When they do get around to developing
the Empire how will the Tories go about it?
Standing side by side Lyttelton and Salis-
bury wait cap in hand for dollars to flow:
“Tt is our belief that American capital
should find an outlet in Colonial develop-
ment,” say the Tories.

Tucked away, too, at the back of the re-
port, is a summary of foreign policy
achievements. True, Mr. Eden receives the
deference due to deputy-mariaging director.
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courage into our internati relation-
ships.”

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THE PROSPECTUS they harmonize!

BUT where is the purpose and courage in
Abadan and Egypt? The prospectus prom-
ised that Britain’s voice would be heard
loudly in the Middle East and,,the Pacific,
but the report shows that Britain’s'voice has
been heard not at all. cm

The shareholders were promised vigor
ous action against State-buying—‘it has
failed”—and against controls.

After a year the bulk-buyers remain ir
possession of the field, and the great mass
of wartime controls remain.

True, indeed, a few controls have been
lifted—decorated pottery is allowed again.
soft wood, lead, and fertilisers have been re-
turned to private traders.

Just how the balance sheet is linked wit
controls is shown by the effect of abolishing
the identity card, The result was £500,000
saved, and 1,500 people released.

TOOTAL — or simply
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why say more ?

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George still clutches at his ration books with LOMBIA &

a Socialist fervour, and at the Board of
Trade Mr. Peter Thorneycroft thinks about
designs for freedom, but never acts.

Once again on the credit side pensioners
war widows, and retired public servants
have now got bigger incomes, Family allow-
ances have gone up, as have sickness and
unemployment benefits,

SCAFFOLDING

LOOKING to the future, the prospects
are outlined as being the gradual lessening
of State control, State bulk-buying, State}}
ownership, and the centralisation. of power
in Whitehall. The purpose for which the}j
company was floated remains the same: “To
make Britain strong, and to keep her free.”
At the end of the first year she is stronger
and a little more free.

If the great new edifice of the Tory blue-
prints is still shrouded in scaffolding, it is
because not all of the firm’s directors are of
the same quality as the master builder in
the managing director’s office—L.ES. :

* Progress report: “We Shall Win Through”—

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This trade lies along an Empire waterfront Saeeee ote Creme de Menthe
~— the shoreline of Canada. Golda Flake 50’s—$1.08 — Ale—12-0z.
In growing numbers merchantmen from Gold Flake 20’s—42c. Goldentree—12-02.
Norway, Sweden, Germany, France, and 1 Canada Dry
Holland are snatching cargoes from ports on hes maa ae: 5s chiA Schweppes ‘Tonle
the Great Takes, in the heart of North To-day’s Favourite - - Plantains—6 cents
America, and carrying them to London and
Sew And all over the world. oT wae PHONE
JE, only steamers under 3,100 tons can
get this business now. But when Canada GODDARDS
digs its big seaway to the Great Lakes (orders| (3-Â¥r.-Old) We
DELIVER



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stakes will be enormous. |
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER



POWERED FISHING

¢, 1952

ROAT



RESTLESS (bottom), a powered fishing boat, was launched at Fontabelle Beach yesterday morning.
She is owned by Captain Fergusson.

Captain Fergusson decided to build “Restless” after a successful fishing season by the much smaller

Jezebel (top).

Diesel-Powered Fishing
Boat Launched Yesterday

“RESTLESS” the diesel-powered fishing boat which
was built by Captain George Fergusson, was launched at
Fontabelle Beach early yesterday morning in the presence

of a large gathering.

Shortly afterwards she was towed into the Careenage
by “Jezebel II,” another powered boat owned by Captain

Fergusson.

Apart from the Government Experimental Fishing
boat, Investigator, she is perhaps one of the only powered
boats in the island built specifically for fishing.

“Restless” is powered by a
ten h.p. Petter Diesel engine
which gives her a speed of seven
and a half knots. She is 24 feet
overall with beam seven feet
nine inches; depth of the hull is

four feet six inches and draft
three feet.
She is a double-ender boat,

fitted with forward and aft cock-
pits while midship is a cabin
which houses the engine, two
sleeping berths and a two-burner
kerosene stove for cooking. Aft
is a lazaret.

The combination-engine room
and cabin, is well ventilated by
a six-foot glass sliding skylight
which has brass rails for protec-
tion.

The dread of going adrift or
not knowing ~ one’s whereabouts
will not be experienced in “Rest-
less”. She has a compass, clock,
barometer and other modern
equipment. She also carries fire-
extinguishers.

Any season will be Restless,
She has been built to fish through-
out the year and her. equipment
puts her in a position to do so.
The local hurricane season is no
exception.

Her body is pitch pine planked
with mahogany timbers and cop-

per and brenze fastenings. -She
has 800 pounds of lead in her
keel. Her fuel capacity, includ-
ing auxiliary tanks, is adequate
for a journey of 150 miles.

Her lighting plant is operated
by a generator, driven by the
shaft of her engine.

Chesterfield Gittens and Lionel
Bennett, who built the Restless,

told the Advecate that they, along
with Captain Fergusson, were the
designers,

“T am
be a ‘success
beyond doubt
success”, Captain
the Advocate,

He said that Jezebe} fished last
year with much success and she
was a smaller hoat than Restiess,
He therefore decided to build a
larger boat.

“J intend building two more
powered fishing boats along the
design of Restless”, he said.

confident Restless will
I have proved this
through Jezebel’s
Fergusson told



Can Hold More
Belfield Sealey, formerly skip-
per of Jezebel and now skipper
of Restless, told the Advocate

that although Jezebel was small
she was a big success last season.
In his first trip in Jezebel he
caught 75 dolphin and had to pass
g@hers in the water. “With
Restless’ capacity I am sure to
make some good money this sea-
son”, he said.

Jezebel could only hold about
a basket and a half of flying fish

but Restless can accommodate
approximately two and a_e half
tons,

Captain Fergusson’s aim is to
catch fish quickly and bring them
to the housewives as early as
possible.



Arrival Of

Schooners

Increases Activity

THE ARRIVAL of three auxiliary schooners on Wed-
nesday and two more arrivals yesterday served to brighten
up, the ‘atmeSphere around the wateafront yesterday and
make ita contrast to\the previous day. .

The schooners which arrived
all had a fair quantity of cargo
to be unloaded and this aroused

the interest of waterfront work-
ers,

Hand-carts and donkey carts,

foo, came into prominence = as
they helped to convey some of
the goods to the merchants’

stores. These were seen to ad-
vantage in the unloading of the
cargo of the schooners “Gita. M.”’
end the schooner “Marion Belle
Wolfe”, both of which brought
general cargo to the island.

UNLOADING CARGO

The unloading of the cargo of
the schooner ‘Marion Belle
Wolfe” was begun yesterday
morning. As a result, there was a
number of lorries and animal-
drawn carts drawn up alongside
the berth of the schooner, wait-
ing» their turn to draw their load
of goods.

The schooner first unloaded its
cargo of rice, 1,000 bags in num-
ber, after which a quantity of
charcoal was unloaded.

The Gita.M. too was unloading
its cargo of cotton and cocoanut
oil which it brought to the island
from Grenada on Wednesday
morning,

This unloading of cargo kept

the wharfside extremely busy all
yesterday.

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FRUIT AND COPRA

The ‘motor’ vessel Daerwood
arrived import yesterday morning
from St. Lucia under the com-
mand of Captain J. Neilson.

It brought to the island a cargo
of fresh fruit and copra which
was discharged near the Harbour
Master’s Office yesterday morn-
ing.

The cargo of fresh fruit brought
much concern to the hawkers,
who were assisting in the unload-
ing in an effort to acquire their
quotas at an early hour. The
vessel is consigned to the
Schoonef Owners’ Association.

UNLOADING OIL

The Rebecea’ E. Lewis was
yesterday unloading its cargo of
oil, domestic gas and turpentine
which it breught to the island on
Wednesday from Grenada. The
schooner arrived under the com-
mand of Captain P. Joseph and is
consigned to the Schooner Owners’
Association,

FROM MARTINIQUE

The 25-ton schooner Sunshine
R., arrived in the colony yesterday
morning from Martinique. The
vessel which is under the com-
mand of Captain H. Peters is
consigned to the Barbados Import
& Export Co., and brought a
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BARBADOS

Thief And Collaborator

Jailed

TWENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD Randolph Applewhite and
30-year-old William Thomp

iterday each sentenced t

son alias “Toe Joe” were yes- OBITUARY
five- years penal servitude by

Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery when an assize jury found ;
into a building of George Hill, Dr. J. A. Browne

the first guilty of breaking

of Fontabelle on July 10 this year and stealing a clock and
three flour bags, and the other guilty of receiving the yestera
clock knowing it to have been stolen. \

Both had been charged with building breaking and Browne and his funeral took plac

larceny but Thompson was

Applewhite had five previou:
convictions for petty larceny, the

last on February 28 this year
when he was sentenced to five
months for stealing a battery

Thompson had two previous con-
vietions for house breaking and
larceny and five for petty larceny.
Thompson’s last conviction was
in December last year when he
Was sentenced to six months’ for
Stealing lumber.

Mr. F. §E. Field, Assistant
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown. Both accused
unrepresented.

P.C, Lisle Trotman said that
he was on duty along Savannah
Road about 4.45 a.m. on July 10
when he saw Applewhite some
yards off. He went in Apple-
white’s direction and Applewhite
ran. He ran after him and
Applewhite dropped three flour
bags he was carrying. He picked
them up and continued to pur-
sue him, but Applewhite escaped
through a field of canes,

He reached Codrington
shortly after and saw Thompson
carrying a parcel wrapped in
paper, He asked Thompson about
nn parcel and Thompson showed

m

were

Road

a clock and said he had
got it from a man named An-
drew, but he did not know

‘where Andrew lived. He arrest-
ed Thompson and carried him to
District “A” Police Station where
Thompson then said that he had
got the clock from Randolph
Scott who was also known as
Applewhite.

Cross-examined by Applewhite
he said he knew him (Apple-
white) for a long time and was

certain that the man he chased
was he
Cpl. Harold Bryan said he

arrested Applewhite and charged
him with the offences.

George Hill, manager of Hill’s
Dairy identified the clock and
said that he had given it to some
of the hands who worked at the
dairy and it was kept in a room
they occupied.

Discovered Theft

Jeremiah Griffith to whom the
flour bags belonged, and Ben-
jaman St. Hill, both employees
at Hill’s dairy, said that they had
secured the door and windows
of their room about 3 a.m. on
July 10 on leaving the room to
attend the cows, St. Hill re-
turned first and discovered that
the clock and bags were stolen.

Cpl. Emerson Yearwood said
‘hat Applewhite had made a
statement to him, In this state-
ment Applewhite’ said that he
met Thompson about 4.30 on July
10 and Thompson invited him
'to go and break and enter Hill’s
place. He told Thompson he did
mot feel like doing this and
Thompson told him that in that
case all he needed do was go on
with him, stay outside, and
Whistle if he saw anyone. Later
he had the bags walking along
Savannah Road when a_ police
chased him.

Thompson called two witnesses
to give evidence on nis_ be-
half. The first, Frank Waithe,

said that about 5 a.m. on July 10,
he saw Applewhite with the bags
and the clock and Applewhite

offered to sell him the clock, He
called P.C. Trotman and Apple-
white dropped the clock and

bags and ran.

George Prescott said that about
4.30 a.m. he was at a pipe on
Westbury road when Applewhite
passed along with flour bags in
his hand.

Addressing the jury from the
dock, Applewhite said that no one
had seen him about Hill's resi-
dence and it was because he had
a few previous convictions that
the Police had charged him along
with Thompson, On _ previous
occasions the Police had arrested
him and questioned him for off-
ences about which he knew noth-
ing, and afterwards had to let
him go. His life was the life of

the dog with the bad name.
Thompson also addressed the

jury from the dock. He said that

after Applewhite dropped the




LANVIN — Arpege, My 8in,
Scandal, Rumeur

JEAN PATON — Joy, Moment
Supreme, Amour Amour

SCHIAPURELLI — Shocking

CHANEL — No. 5

10: 11, 12, & 13,



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For Five Years

The death cecurred suddenly
ay morning at his residence

Ashmount, Pine Road, of Dr. J. A

at the Westbury Cemetery in th

not found guilty on this count. afternoon. He was 69

clock and bags aud ran away Dr. Browne was the second sor
E.C. Trotman said. “Well here °f the late Philip Browne. H
is “Toe Joe”. Let us hold him, WS educated at Harrison Celleg

He will do just as good as any- #d procteded to Edinburgh where
body else. He has a notoriety he qualified making a special stud
He said that if he had intend- ©! Ophthalmology. After a shor
stealing he would not have prettice here he followed his eld
svch slight things as a brother P. N. Browne, K.C., t
and a few flour bags. British Guiana. One in the lav
The jury returned their verdict @nd the other in medicine they
after 40 minutes’ deliberation. held extensive practices in that
His Lordship said that their country. It was here that D:
records were not such as to Brewne became Ophthalmic Si:
varrant the Court in thinking g€on at the Georgetown Hospital
that leniency of any kind would On his retirement he returne
be rewarded, but rather that it to Barbados where in addition t
would be grossly misplaced. He his private practice, acted as Por
then passed sentence. Health Officer. A serious illme
depleted his energy and within
recent months he was compelle

e to teke things quietly. His sudde
Overloading death yesterday was a shock to the
community.
funeral yesterday afternoon bor

Conductor£5
ample testimony of the

His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, witn which he was held }
Acting Police Magistrate of He was married to Miss Miller- |
District “A”, yesterday fined 37- Austin and there are four |
year-old conductor St. Clair Sealy children of these a boy and a gu
of St. Judes Village, St. George are both studying medicine aim |
£5 and 1/- costs for carrying 39 another boy is reading law. Be
passengers ‘in a bus which was sides these he is survived by one
licensed to carry 31 on Septem- brother Mr, C. R “Snuffie
ber 8. Erowne, retired Magistrate

Sealy who had 13 previous con- British Guiana and three sisters
victions was ordered to pay the Proprietors of the firm of Messrs
fine by monthly instalments of Fld pl & Co,, Jewellers of Swan |
-1 per month or to undergo two Teel. oat :
ee imprisonment with hard To the members of this sorrow

ed
stolen

vlock





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Quiet, gentlemanly carriage anc | Stoched ama 5 ariely of Shades A
dignified in manner, Dr. Brownc
was highly respected in all circles |
and the number who attended his |

Qualities by all Leading Stores

esteen








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. ft alas awn oh mility ing family, deep condolence wit

labour. Sealy pleaded guilty. Ce awtanel tls :
Police Constable Sergeant ae ee } : LAND

attached to District “B’ Police gy ° , G

Station told the court that on Traffic Blocked 4

»vereign Whisky possesses that distinction of Gaveu

This s«
EEN : \ “ hs ! will claim your allegiance from the first sip.

SCOTCH WHISKY

September 8, about 9.15 a.m., he
was on duty along Salters Road, Yesterday morning many
St. Michael and saw a_ bus motorists drove up Passage Kou
travelling along Salters Road, It only to find that they could nov
appeared to him to be overloaded turn into Bank Hall, White Park
and he stopped it. The defendant or cross over to Country Road.
was the conductor of the bus. The reason was that the track
A check showed that the bus which will carry the undergrouna
had 39 passengers in it. It was telephone cable along Bunk Hali
licensed to carry 31 passengers, Road was open for the full width
He took the name of the defen- of the road,



dant and told him that he would Trafic E sa 3

be prosecuted for overloading the rafie on the main road wa Sole Importers :— ,

bus slowed down considerably, be W. 5. MONROE & CO, LTD, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
Sgt. Forde who prosecuted for Cause at that point and for some |

the. Police oak information distance up Bank Hall Main |} MACOONALD & MUIR LTO DISTILLERS LEITH

received, told the court that on Road, there is only space to ac



the last conviction, the defendant commodate one vehicle,

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was fined 20/- or one
imprisonment,

ichard Taylor of Aquatic Gap, |
RESISTED CONSTABLE, Richard, Faylow of Aquatic, Gap,

: St. Michael, was detained at Dr. |
A fine of 15/- payable in 21 Bailey’s Clinic yesterday morning
days or 21 days’ imprisonment with an injured right knee sus-

with hard labour was imposed on tained in an accident between |

Adolphus Gittens (34) of Gills @ motor lorry and a bicycle which |

Road, St. Michael by His Worship he was riding along Bridge | rn

Mr. G, B. Griffith who found him Street, :



|
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guilty of assaulting Island Con- The lorry, M-2040 the property |

stable Stanley Bryan on wf Barnes & Co, was being | §

October 31, driven by Clarence Forde of Halls} .

Bryan told the Court that on Road, St. Michael, The accident y
October 31, while passing Church oceurred about 9.30 o'clock. 3
Village he heard the defendant ‘ ae ‘ A REAL COOLING
using indecent language and q '
while trying to arrest him, the 17 L. D’S REPORTED | DELIGHT
defendant assaulted and resisted 4 ©
him, The follewing notification o ;

He was forced to call for Infectious Diseases for the Ci
assistance, Eventually the defenm- month of October, 1952, are a TODAY S SPE iAL
dant was taken to a Police Station. follows: q

Gittens had two previous con- Enteric ever 10, at
victions for assault, Tuberculosis 1 $ KNIGHTS
REMANDED. \ 3
: . { »

St.Clair Webb a_ joiner of} Diamond Rin ss :

Plack Rock, St. Michael was}| z Phoenix and City

remanded until November 14, by |
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday on two charges of frau- ?
dulent conversion of money

amounting to £14 15s, 10d, E

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Sgt. E. W. King is conducting
the case for the Police.
Twenty-one year old Joe Walcott
alias Joe Monkey of Arthur Seat,
St. Thomas appeared before His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith yes-
terday charged by the Police with
larceny of .sugar canes from
Warren ‘Plantation on October 10,
The case was transfefred to
“D” Police Station aad
was remanded = util
12, No bail was offered.

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' —T. A. GITTENS Streets. Phone 2696 nai. nm.



R. CHALLENOR

—Tru
per C. R. PACKER,
Ti eon.

— EE
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of George Carter.
shopkeeper of Roebuck Street holder of
Liquor License No, 236 of 1952 granted
to Eugene Tougsant in respect of a
board and shingle shop at corner of
Dunlow Lane, St. Michael for permission
to use said Liquor License at a 2-storey
wall buildingeat No, 129, Roebuck Street,
City. se

Dated this y of November, 1952,
To the Polic&® istrate, Dist “A’

RIS CARTER,
~ for Applicant.

N.B.—This ‘apptitation will be consid-
ered at a Licenstiig Court to be held at
Folice Court, District “A” on Monday
the lith day of#November, 1952 at 11
o'clock, a.m. oo

now to the Daily Telegraph,
Daily per now

days after publication

fan Gale oe Ameponte: oo" Ltd. Local
resentative. ‘ \ ‘
_ 17.4.62—t.f.n

| SRA AND AIR
TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

Schooners:— Amberjack Mac, Emeline,
Lucille M. Smith, D'Ortac, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Everdene, Sunshine R., Cyclo-
rama, Frances Smith.

Moter Vessels:— T. B. Radar, Daer-
wood, Jenkins Roberts.





a* GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A”
—7.11. 52—



~

PORLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

Sn nn NU no
LAND—(8) five spots of land for sale
at Plagg Staff Rd. Clapham, St. Michael,
Apply to C. St. Hill, Cosmopolitan Gar-
Dial 3915.
—6,11.52-—3n,



ARRIVALS

Sch. Sunshine R., 25 tons, from Mar-
tinique, under Captain H, Peters. Con-

sisned to the Barbados Import & Export

age, Magazine Lane,

PROPERTY-—One property containing
drawing room, breakfast and ‘dining
room, 3 bedrooms, toilet and bath %
orchard. Dial 3467



. Everdene, 68 tons, from British
Gulana, under Captain E. Phillips. Con-
signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso-

acre of land, ciation,



7,11,52—2n M.V, Daerwood, 94 tons, from St.
“non | Lucia, under Captain J. Neilson. Con-
pee er ie etnndh.” Apo os signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso-
p.m. Miss G. E Boyce on the | ciation.
premises. 2371. 2.11,62—6n. DEPARTURES
AUCTION $.S. Colombie for Trinidad.

3.S. Oranjestad for Madeira.
Seh. Turtle Dove for Trinidad.

Seawell

ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.

STH NOVEMBER
From Trinidad :
R. W._ F. Johnson,





UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By thstrutions received I will sell on
Friday November 7th, at Messrs. Gen-
eral Motor Bus Co., Ltd. Nelson St., (1)
1950 A—40 Austin Pickup (Damaged in
accident). Sale at 1 p.m. Terms

VINCENT GRIFFITH,

J O. Bennett, A
nea Tha an. | Thorne, M. Korbin, C Gittens, S. Byer,
oom Shee R. Skeete, A. Carew C. Douglas, C



Weeks, S.'Chester-Ferdinand, E. Evelyn.
H. Leslie, A. Frampton, V. Lewis §.

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER 8 | A. Southwell,

By mstructions received from . S. Southwell L. Ko
insurance Co. 5 will sell on Friday 7th at! J weber. J. ‘Weber I. Davis, CG. O'Neal
Messrs. Chelsea Garage Ltd. Pinfold|w. L, Cuthbert, A."W. Silenzi, J. Abra-

Street (1) 1950 Hillman Minx .{ ed | ham.
in accident) Terms Cash. Sa per
VINCENT GI A

From Grenada:
; K. Dennys, E. Benjamin, W. Grace, E
2.11.52—4n

Alleyne, L. Martin
6th NOVEMBER
From Trinidad :



Rolex Watches

Parr. J. Burton, I. Yearwood, £
Courteau, A. Youssuf, J. Kelshall, E.





Jackman, C. Greenidge, M. Watson, W.
Matouk,

DEPARTURES By B.W.1LA.

For St. Luca:

NOVEMBER 5.
C. Perriam, C. Phillips, H. Duboulay
| Flotssac, C. Gill,,O. BR. Theodore,
|s Salles-Miquelle, F. Da Gazon, M
\ I

ADVOCATE

\"aF Exglesfield
[Pore Grenada:
NERY Rh. Tueker, G. Mayers, M. Gavon, A
ST ; Jeremiah, T, DeFreitas
Fer Trinidad:
E. Forde, L. Farmer, M. Farmer, J
GREYSTONE, BASTINGS Bruce, J, Bruce, A. Bruce
Fer Antigua:
eee NOVEMBER 6.

W. Barrett, E. Vochringer
For Jamaica:
| fajor M. Melville



Just the little phop in the village
where the Béat Books, Stationery For Puerto Rico:

E. Taylor, OD. Squires, G
1. Weber, D

riland, G

Cummings,
Weber, G. Sutheriahd, 8
Edghill, B. Bdghill, W
£ tr. Rouse, D. Steed

and Xmas Cardéw are now on show.




PAWNBROKING SALE

THE following pledges will be sold at auction by order
of The Pawnbroking Company Per A. E. Taylor Ltd.,
Coleridge Street.

The sale will be held at our auction room (17 High
Street) on the 11th day of November, 1952, at 12.30 p.m.

Any pledge may be redeemed by paying the interest
due thereon up to the day of Sale.



Date of No. of
Pledge Pledge Articles pledged
1945
July 16. = nee Two gold finger rin
Ava 11,.4..:. eK por ee, One gold finger na
« 18. Be Sere hss One gold watch chain
Woe 1824... . Sane .One gold necklace
Noy, A655 .¢. 44. Sere. sides sc Two gold finger rings
Ree, Bs ce | ROS. One gold finger ring i
» 2 RR td One gold finger ring
1946
Ce Teas 58 PGS he. 4,2 One gold watch 910027 one gold
chain, one penknife .
9: BF eg cs ete Gs em One gold finger ring
sis Bw 3c OOaiais 9650........... One gold finger ring
Mat 14.5. ...3% 10086... . || _ One gold finger ring
Faia Is e5'oak 10456........ |. One gold watch No. 89 and key
Jule es ck. SR hs ,, One gold finger ring
July 12.. pee oie es ccs. One watch bezel broken
oo MR eee 7 Site ett One euge, Sewing Machine
Sep. he. saa We oc. ik One gold finger ri
Oct. 3 iss tok MR bile. ne oo ring
» Seebeat ae SEs cidUer bes ne gold finger ring, 2 gold links
Nov. 22........ Mii One gold finger rin
Nov. 27 ) ‘gold strap oe
OV. BBbs ies. BROS ist 3, One g necklace, one gold ri
Dec, 3.. | haere: One gold finger ring, 2 earring!
six silvér es.
og WERE iy MMB es eek: One gold watch 28422.

.,,Qne gold finger ring

_ One Valkyrie Ladies’ Bicycle with-
‘ out fenders and hand grips

Two gold finger rings

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

One Hopper Bicycle

One Silver cup

One gold finger ring

Two gold finger rings



: BL bs ex ivabace One gold finger ring
bak BAS cs aod TETEDG ode ein avb . Two gold finger rings
is NED RRS BE ree cies One gold finger ring
ae hove oe PEM VY 5 pds oh One gold finger ring
Wg De ik nlvin dee SENG + eeinibiiegie-Ghtts One gold chal, pendant compass
square
aes tpn. S.« og 8554.39 One flat gold bangle
Qiniis.F Dek Sed Se Two eo finger rings, two silver
angles
June J mete see 11968 Adar as One gold finger ring
ml WR on ke ES 60s « cee ws Two gold li
July 3 12072 ol =

One gold finger ring
Two gold finger rings
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring



Seeks ye 12241 One gold finger rin
1 ERNE ON oe BOTs 690 6 oe he Two gold finger rings
AUG, BE iii sss wis Mahe hs ke aas One gold finger ring
See SW i One gold finger ring
ne 12428 One gold finger ring with stone

One gold finger ring

,.One gold finger ring

..One gold finger e

One Singer Sewing Machine han-
dle grip broken No. 649889 AB



oe ear | ee One gold Ae. ring
iy RRs re: okt DEAR cys 650 X00 0 Se One gold necklace

mer. wtcesahes wy Ge Rret lr. One gold finger ring
ast Me pe ah ae TERS ies eh One gold finger ring
be Deas arena 12842..... «+.++.,One gold finger ring
yn, Peper TIPE dials a0: Ske bi One gold finger ring

Dee) Bs secs Sees eevee. One gold finger ring
bi) RRS: > Oovtata NE. base’ cat Two over bangles, one gold finger

in,

band aM be. jae TAME 5. ue 0 0\ere 89-9 -Two gold bangles
en Ages SOR. 6 deka cher One gold finger ring
Nah eds a oe Ess hig 4 0a bc One gold finger ring






One
. One
One

gold
gold
gold

gold
gold
gold
gold

gold
eo a finger
ne gold
One gold finger
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
. Two id finger rings
— ge
gold finger r
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring
gold finger ring,
brooch
One gold bangle
ecerve One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring

finger ring
finger ring
finger ring

One
One
One
One
One

cet broken
finger ring
finger ring
finger
necklace

FROM Ts e502 one gold



BD ins vn a whGOOs coc cceenees One gold finger ring

”

Nov, 28........J4A80 ..........- One gold ring, one gold

ce heart

Dec, $1........15062............ One

1949

Jan, 3..... +e ROMEO... cece wees Four ld Brooches, one gold
n e & cross

Feb, 26.......- tty SOES s'.0'e 60/8 Qne gold Chain, one compass

Mar, 28....... ’ Oe pebagaees ne go nger ring, one gold
chain (broken and tied no
bar, 2 oc

May 2.....+5. 18622.....6.0005: One gold nec ‘ce and cross

June 25......- 15860... 6.06.00 One gold bangle

July 20,,.....+ 16961,.......5- ‘One gold necklace

Pee Seas ork Two gold finger rings

ee eee eeeeeee One gold finger ring
One gold finger ring
One gold finger

Two gold finger rings
One gold finger ring

One gold bangle

One gold

One old neciiace

Ome 3 bangle

One gold Watch and case side arm
0. 43097 (broken)

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

.One gold bangle

Two gold finger rings

..,One gold bangle

..One ane cone

.. One le

. One "Sota watch, No. 81082 no
bezel—no crystal

..One gold necklace

One gold finger ring

One gold finger ring

One Sovereign

One gold Chain and pendent, 2

Gold. finger rings.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,
Auctioneers.
No, 17, High Street,

Jul: y



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July
Aug.
Sep.

Oct,

| Five Year Plan















BARBADOS ADVOCATE



ng of money for productions but
vhen it came to spending money
n such a manner as itemised in
he Five Year Plan, he would say
t was just a waste of time. He

From Page 3
He did not like to be person
but some occasions called for it
Unless a foot is put down on these
things it would happen all th








time, se Ethought it to be bad economic
Nurses Treated Badly slanning.
There is a Matror at the Gen-J Speaking on ene, eee
eral Hospital who has been treat-g ‘n the Plan, Mr.

that there were some schemes
mentioned under the Peasants
an Bank which should not be

“ae that Pp 25 under
He said that on

che head “Minor “Fiandicrafts”

ing the nurses extremely badly
He understood that one day some
30 nurses went without lunch and
included was a nurse who wa
in the Surgery with a doctor. On

going to the dormitory she met : “The report of
the Matron who told her that she wd ae hee Cocamian

could not have lunch. The nurse];
pointed out that she was in the}'ee, 3s Wane” exeumniee: The
Surgery and could not leave be-} \"4 mittee recom the es-
fore the operation was concluded] “OT ") ent of a Central Organi-
and the Matron after refusing to sateen to supervise develop-
let her get lunch used insulting|°*"° as bas-
language on the back of it. An

other case was reported to him mmen t the
where a nurse at the Maternity| s9,c°outnelte* Committee Be
Ward was not paid as she could|scked to consider up and
not get away because she was|rynni
looking after a mother in labour.|o¢ local handicrafts on the Bag-
This nurse was not paid because'vage Wharf and at Seawell, and
she was a bit late. that if this proposal is acceptable
“This Matron at the Hospital to them, that Government make
was treating
and it would be a good step for! that a grant be made to the Pub-
something to be known about})icity Committee to erect and es-
these people before they are giv-|tablish the shops, An amount of
en these posts in the island?", | $50,000 has been included in this
Mr. Mottley said. plan to fimance any schemes
Mr. Mottley continued: “If|which may be accepted by Gov-
something is wrong with this Ma-|ernment”. iv

been received

tron or she has a dislike for, or} He wondered what be-
cannot get on with our coloured|come of those old
women in the Hospital, let her|ladies who used to down and|

leave this island because as long|Knit and sent wi Ss overseas
as there are complaints he will|to keep servicemen warm during
be raising hell on the floor about|the winters of the war years.

it.” He said that it seemed to him

In England a doctor on duty |that the members of the Publicity |

at a Hospital had to be there for|Committee had certain racial
a period of hours and he is there|discriminations and he thought it

to work. But at the General|Wrong to give that Committee
Hospital a doctor cannot be found | $50,000.
when one is wanted, New Offices
“Put down all the beds and if :
you have a bad staff you are still} With regard to “New ces
in the dark,” Mr, Mottley said. |#nd Parliament Buildings” where
Public Interested pm is stated: “It is essential that
In_ concluding his speech Mr. aa office accommodation

Mottley appealed to members of
the House and also to the Leader
of the House and said that the
public of Barbados were very
much concerned and interested in
the Five Year Plan. Thousands

provided forthwith. At
the same time Government pro-
poses to erect new Parliament
Buildings as was last Proposed in
1939. An excellent site is avail-
able at the East end of Govern-

are bitterly opposed to the Plan.| would peodse ,,gtounds — which |.
+; would provide fi

would do-the island 10, petmess| lative ° ‘buildings, ministerial

the? matter and offices, the Secretariat, and the

the resolution
moved by the Leader of the House
should not be passed. He had/|
quoted proposals many of which |
they were bound to agree with!
but there were many which they)
would disagree with.

There were proposals which |
@imed at certain improvements |
and there are methods of taxation
to carry out these proposals. The|
plan is one for five years. Rather
than say he had agreed with the
principles of the proposals he
would say that they should agree
with many of the recommenda-|
tions of the proposals. |

“T think I have discharged my

Crown Law Officers. This would
release office accommodation ang
the existing chambers of the
Legislature in the Public Build-
ings for use by Government De-
partments for which offices are at
present rented. The amount of
$750,000 is a provisional estimate
& * cost of the new buildings,
ased on three times t 939
—— of costs,” patie

e€ said that Government
reer it just given. in.

in Salaries and under

abovementioned head they wae

going to give them i
tions of living better’ condi.



all over the world were
build houses cheaper and cite.
La o ge not see why Bar-
os shou
ee d not try to do the
He felt it was a
to see in the Plan

miss some of the falacies.
thought that the Plan would
affect the worker more than any
other person,

Mr. Williams then warned
Government that he would never |

He

welcome sign





in his life vote for the Plan. He | additional Provisions. for
ws , &@ new kitchen,
coulg quite appreciate the spend : @ On page §
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HOUSE FOR SALE

At the Office of the Registrar in Chancery,
at the Public Buildings at 2 p.m. to-day
Lovely Sea side Dwelling House known as

BARTICA

at Rockley, Christ Church

TO THE COMMERCIAL TRADE
and

QTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

We accept Orders for Company Seals, Seals for
4 ‘use in Legal Offices, Masonic or other Fraternities
. and for Private Address Stamps.

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He felt that’ th
duty to the island and to myséif| some h ey could put up :
a uts for t 7

Tuition ‘= hee for the reso-| could be made to do foo! e res. STEAMSHIP co. acsent cure ¢ und. Poasenbets “we
; as it s ,for it is only|ent. He said that in as ce SAILING FROM EUROPE ) Dominica, Antigua, Monteerrat, |
pinning men down”, Mr. Mottley | children were being taught iCa|M.S.. NESTOR l4th November, i. hy Nevis and St. ‘Kitts. Sailing |
suid. trees and he did net see why tmz | VESSEL an November 100n ree

Mr. L. A. Williams (L), said|could not be done in Be «sp M.S. STENTOR, 12th December, 1952.
that the Five Year Plan was no-| when it is considered that Aft ica SCEMSTAD, ond capt Cases end Passengers “tur
thing but a retrenchment plan. | is far more wealthy than Ba “tia MARINO SO TIENTDAD, PARAMARIBO Mintnsen’ Antinin onto a
There were proposals in the} dos, rome AND BRTISH GUIANA Nevis” api ‘St Kitts. Sail ing
Plan which must be studied Referring to Housing, M ., |S-S. COTTICA, 17th November, 1952. Friday 14th inst.
carefully before they could be/liams said that Goveoimen Wil-|M.S, NESTOR, 28th November, 1952.
ae done everything werament had | VESSe. 3a Decgber, M8 oxy | B.W.1. SCHOONER

He said that it seemed that he,| regard to Housin, € ~ with | SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND CURACOA ASSOCIATION (Inc).
as a member of the governing| should be comm ie and» they|n_s. , 10th November, 1952. Consignee. Tele. No, 4047
Party, must at least try to dis. ended. Countries|s.S. BOSKOOP, &th December, 1952.

8S. P. MUSSON, 8ON & CO.
Agents.

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- Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Montreal Halifsx Boston jos ©= Barbados
Lady y $ 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 3 Oct. 9 Nov. 9 Nov,
Canadian Challenger .. 4 Nov. 7 Nov. =- 17 Nov. 18 Nov.
Tenadian Cruiser . + 25 Nov. 28 Nov, - 8 Dec. Dec
NORTHBOUND
| Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives § A, Arrives
Barbados Barbados Boston 8. John Halifax Montreal
3/dian Constructer.. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. _ 22 Nov. 25 Nov. =
Lady Redney 20 Nov. 22 Nov. 1 Dee 2 Dec. 4 Dec. oo
Ca m Challenger 28 Nov 29 Nov. _ 6 Dec. 9 Dec. =
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SOUTHBOUND

S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing November 5th 1952. Calling at
Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena, Jamaica.

S.S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing November 25th, 1952, Calling at
Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica.

NORTHBOUND
S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing 16th November 1952. Calling a
Martinique, Guctaities, Englang and ice.
SS. “DE GRASS” Sailing 8th December 1952. Calling at
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952

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Mateh Ends
In Draw

The Annual Past Present
match took place Harrison
College and resulted a draw
Batting first the Past scored 154
for 6 wickets declared and, by
close of play the Present replied
with 99 for 6 wickets.

The Play

The Old Boys were off to a
shaky start, two wickets falling
within the first three overs for
five runs, “Billy” Knowles was
caught by Simmons off Griffith
for a “duck” and Warner, afte:

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before Clyde was. stumped off
pair took the score past the cen-
Batson for 12. e enn ee
years now joined Smith and saw
Was cautious and free alternately A Gentlemen’s XI _ will play

Cumberbatch was the sixth beginning on Sunday 9th at 1 p.m.

End follow

gether 3 and 13 not out when the ©: Graham, R. Crichlow, G. 'Yarde,

The Old Boys declared their was entered, hence 2331,

Morris for 42. He hit four 4’s.
tury mark and at 115 Proverbs was THE “PAST” going out to field yesterday, OC. L. Walcott and C. W. Smith, who shared the best
Chester Cumberbatch, absent ‘ . r
Gentlemen’s X1
him go at 128 bowled by Batson
with his scoring and hit seven Carlton in a two day Sunday
batsman to be dismissed, lbw to The Gentlemen's team which will
Veteran skipper E. L. G. Hoad, , ©; Mathew, L, F. Harris, A,

BB rw ‘addle. C For examp are yj sained one second, twol
tea interval was taken with the B. Burrowes, J. Caddle, C. Mulli or example, March Winds ga one ) tw
innings closed and the Present Fi Y Pl 1St. Race—Autumn Stakes
Boys occupied the wicket afte: Ive ear an 5’ Furlongs



7th Race—Worthing Stakes
5 Furlongs
Class B & Lower

Proverbs joined Smith and this
bowled by slow left arm bowler partnership, are seen at the extreme left of the picture.
from the cricket field for some
for the top score of 72. Smith To Play Carlton
fours. fixture at the Mental Hospital
Batson for 5. be captained by C. Mathew is ag
Snr. and F. L. Cozier were to- Atkins, E. McLeod, K. Goddard,
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E. Hope and R. Morris 1 ; f s ith and breath all day. It odour!
the jnntogs ro » beatae es laundry equipment, etc. for the 223 £Nefari .e.eeee 183 43 20 .Careful Annie « @ hd precedoge “cover up” re Then, Mentasol’s chlorophyll
L. Cozier from the Pavilion End @&2® a) Hospital, 0°04. 4" Phe Pking a Oey Regs ee 1% fours fi r mi tes; it destroys helps to build firm, healthy gums.
and C. L. Walcott from the Par Speaking on the item “Farm 06 20 Trimbrook .. 129 0313 Mafy Ann ....°.. 15 odours for minutes; ~—r aot col i:

halagy | e Park jp, A Tninided? which state 9 sabe } 909 4 2 ee them completely. Successful tests on over 1,000
end, nstitute--Trinidad” which stat- 0 0 03 Darham Jane . 129 42:00 Demure. ....si5... 130 seataey |} atients proved this.

Cozier bowled Hope for 0 with ed; “This Government has al- 0 4 00 Devil’s Symphony 129 Lunways ..:,..... i? ree * cm. eee rtm Fi aity, his chi Ff hyll tooth-
the scoré at 11 and Hewitt part. "dy agreed to the establish- 0 Blue Nelly ...... 129 Darham: Jane .... contains active chlorophyll . . . eed eterna “
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beautiful pulls to the deep square frinidad. The contribution Galashiels 129 2100 Sweet Rocket .. 19Q giving energy of the sun into cause decay , . . destroys germs
leg boundary to help to boost the towards the initial capital cost is Street Arab 129 00 High & Low .... 120 health und freshness. No wonder that cause acids. Laboratory tests
score along. estimated at $20,520 and the Fluffy Ruffles .... 129 Mrs, Bear ....°..° 12) chlorophyll works such marvels in show it offers you this protection!

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This ogee St at By timated at $9,225"; Mr, Williams 2nd Race—Savannah Lodge Fluffy Ruffles .... 111 First, the active green chloro- the minty freshness of this green

is pair carried the score to said that he was against paying Trimbrook . . Mm

50 in as many minutes, The score
had reached 76 when Morris
was run out. He had opened the
innings and had played patiently
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Mr, Williams also spoke on the
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Hewitt was retired at this stage spid aoe had never seen es ; 1 i Jai i
Be ‘enti d.eq many mobile vans going around , | edth tae ne AY rs Whecthe 4

BoE pelt lave 92 that included PL gadon in he daye of “omucn~ $1 4 Cardinal <0. /! 129) FMR’ Whesher you ate coaye THE chiorophyt

A. Hassell, one of the relief 294-grab,” therefore he thought 5 3 3} March Winds .... 124 ~ health-huilding tonic, toothpaste
batsmen crossed a long leg break ‘hat in little Barbados it was a 3 491 Gavalier “'')' Wag] §) YEAST-PHOS js the answer
from, Skipper Hoad and put a Waste of time on all this 999 9 4090 Gaprice .......... 114 ge to your problem. Vitamins oe
dolly catch to the substitute at System. 3242 Rambler Rose .... 114 “4 2nd minerals combined in
silly mid-on, He had not scored, He felt that some enquiries Chutney .......... 117 JS SYEAST-PHOS are your key

Another Wicket should be made into the running My Love Ir ...... 114 yr 0 good health. P

Skipper Hoad claimed another
wicket in the second over. D.
Williams went down the wicket
to a spinner, and was stumped

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3rd Race—Bimshire Stakes




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te, two. we it would a in oe Class A & B Only a ada os
immons, captai of the Pres- eC wuEgN ws to be scandalous, .
ent Boys, got his foct in Meat a With regards to Boatbuilding, 93 11 Abu Ali ......... 108 e
straight one from Walcott and he said that there was a lot of 0900 Flying Dragon ... 130 uentine so
was out l.b.w. for one. information that all was not well 4 ; ; ae pers. Solum Ea
The innings closed soon after in the Fisheries Department with ” ? 30 Dashir nt nae * 308 Re bi 2
at 99 for 6, the match thus end- the building of the new boats. 3014 Mrs, Bear ones 102 e. eves pain oO From Stockists throughout BARBADOS
ing in a draw. Many fishermen had complained * 132 .L: narnork Eph 123 aie acu thaie tiny aie
. “PAST” that the cost was too high, He 3 9 ] 9.\Lunways.... 113
eg, een o. eemenmioe D 9 Was told that Government could » 9 9 | Harroween ||... 123 a 8] N 1s U peg a] ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, Distributors,
C. R. E. Warner c Hope b Simmons 5 build a boat far cheaper. 4024 Pepper Wine .. 113 =
Cc. L. Waleott stpd. b Morris 42 ‘ on sera iet « it
* 72 Mr, Williams then went on to 0 2 0 0 Belle Surprise 102] 4 ms .
C. W. Smith b Batsc 12 4 .
M. B. Proverbs D. metagds 12 compare items in the Beasley Re- *Promoted from C1 to B2, a 4 PHONE 4267. 44356 fon ;
© Batson mmerbateh lbw. b port with items in the Five Year {th Race—Chamberlain Stakes | §
2°D. G..eeee Bins: hot out 3 Plan, and said that many things * . ‘ . *
FL, aigtter not out 13 which were not recommended by 9 Furlongs BIRKMYRE CANV. AS for Tarpaulins Ee, $
. * Professor Beasley were included HE 5
Total (for 6 wkts.) isa in the Plan, Class C & Lower 8’ wide @ $3.18 per yard. THEY a Hangers at $1.00
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Fall of wickets: 1—1, 2—5 78, 4 He feit that the Deep Water 0 0 Spear Grass ...... 117 “un ARE
115, 5-128, 6-133. adi Harbour scheme should + givens 1000 Aim MN wins sat 118 ATLAS A WCOD PRESERVATIVE Pai 4
BOWLING ANALYSIS ; 2040 Flieuxcé 123 ‘ainted Dress Hangers at .24
°o M. R. Ww. priority because it would create a “ . ea , = VERY h <
Sirmamons % 2 2% +t lot of employment, more money ‘ ‘ Votes rasp Es 8855. + 9 5 gin. drums ................ eA
Reid 3s o 14 o Would be circulated and in 15 4 Aig Sac neha :
Hope 9 2 19 0 years time Barbados would be in oe 3 ,: eee, ro . a EP EAGRS Had <0 USEFUL Painted Peticoat Hangers at .66 §
oe a i : : a far better position. 0310 Test Match y "445 ‘ im. ti each ;
PRESENT BOYS He said that in his opinion the aes ee VG Satis OA iis as cath-y o Pe Ee ND
E. Hope™b> Cozier 0 Plan was one which would op- 5th Race—Trumpeter Cup 5% Covered Ha ng Meee. 60
oi Me gee cit A . _ 2, — who were less 5% Furlongs a real burn cem ¢ SISCCLIN DISTEMPER CAN BE each
H. All t out ; g die to bear , 2 bs edy char is eotisepd ;
H. Hassell-c sub b Hoad ‘7 Mr. J. C. Mottley (©) said that Class F & Lower Relieves® Pela~ Gives Supplied in Powder Form in White Covered Flowered
i Beers, HP. .<, Waloott ; Plenty had been said about the 2 Dynamite ..,..... 118] Comforr—-Promotes Heal B Cream, Peach, Green, Blue and OBTAINED Hangers at ..... 1.00
D. Williams stp¢. b Hoad 2 proposals in the Five Year Plan Poplin.) i ..vea Wat 115 ing. Tubes or jara 8 Si in 3% Ib k ” t 23 eer. oot A
Extras 2 and more would be said. May Pole ........ 115 unshine in 3/2 Ib. packages at 23c. IN ea
hess cae Nar acts ¢ «9 He had least expected that Gov- 32 Super Jet 1.1... 118 per Ib. :
. @rnment would put forward such 00 Jim la Rue ...... 118 . / ‘ OUR HOME Will serve as Christmas Gifts
Fall of wickets: 1-12, 2—78, s—18, proposals at that particular time 11 Apple Sam ...... 118 Easy to use — simply mix with water.
Teh Avi srs “AisAzivata when there was much unemploy- Frederick the Great 118 '

Oo MR Ww ment in the island, Jealousy ........ 115 PRODUCTS CAVE SHEPHERD & C Ltd
pice Bt Bf Ge pive Your’ Plon had eroussa Battle ane 000. 8 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD Nidlen
Knowles 3 1 6 the Five Year Plan had aroused attle Line ...... 118 Democratic Club ” . DEPT. 10, 11, 12, & 13, BROAD STREET
eal 3 © 1 © the interest of the people. 6th Race—Constitution Stakes : ;

Hoad 3 a i 2 Mr. Mottley said that Mr, 74 Trarloncs < P
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FKIIi.w. NOVEMBER 7 IM BARBADOS ADVOCATE eAc.c Fivr ''"Wllllll IIMIIV4. MOM Thief And Collaborator Jailed For Five Years TWENlY-TWO-YBARi >i D liaiui.jph Applewhitenr 30-year-old William Thorn %  man alias "Toe Joe'' WH V each fentenced t. five years penal servitude b; Mr. Justice J. W. B Che: vry when an assize jury found the First gmltv of breaking into a buildinfi <;! C'.eorRe Hill, of Kmtabellc on July 10 this year and stealing a clock and three flour bags, and the other guilty of receiving the clock knowing; it to have been stolen Both had been charged with building breaking ami Browne and his luMril took plac. larceny but Thompson wfe not found guilty on this count. 'ti^Ham^H^w^^'^ *" h OBITUARY Dr. J. \. D r owBt J %  yesterday morning at hiAshmount. Pm e Road RESTLESS (bottom). powered fishing boat, was launched at Fontabellr B>acb yesterday mornin|. She l* owned by Captain Fcrguaaon. Captain F.arinaon decided to build Restless" after a successful flaalng season by the much smaller Jezebel (top). Diesel-Powered Fishing Boat Launched Yesterday "RESTLESS" the diosel-powercd fishing boat which that although Jetebel wai mull was built by Captain Ceorge Fersusson, was launched at ."',";**,! f*. ,U !" T** !f-'y n Fontabelle Beach early yesterday morning In the presence 5£S,K£h£ ,'Vd ErfS'pi' of a large gatherim; u.hor in the water. Wilt. Shortly afterwards lha was towed into thr Carti'iia^i 1 BeaJlMa' capacity 1 am sure to by "Jezebel II." another powered boat owned by Captain !" e h i n "' 1 5 0 d nK ""y thls "* %  Fergus*)!. "tartJl"could only hold about Apart from the Government Experimental Fishing a basket and a hair of flying ilsh boat. Investigator, she is perhaps one of the only powered ,,ut R*la can accommodate boats in the island built specifically for fishing. approximately two and a half £H TJSgi "4ffS-V -c -s?as ^ & s-s Applewhite had live pmsW convictions for petty ,., ; last on February 28 this yeat when ho wan sentenced to five for stcalinii a butter) Th >mpson had two previous convictions tor house break inn ann ind live for pettj larceny. Thompson's last convKium WMIn December last year when h. was set.fenced lo six months' foi si -aling lumber Mr F. E Field. Assistant Attorney (lenrml. pro* tin Crown. Both iKi'uaed were unrepresented. r\C Lisle Trotansa said lhat he was on duty along Savannah Koad about 4.45 %  m. on July 10 when he saw Applewhite sornr yards oil. He want In A] i :i let us hold htm w educated it Harrison Cclt*k Mr win do just as good as am%  ••"' P"#de.-uslve practices in thu Hit Lo intiv n aysa bars that i>, records wars not lUBk us as asrewne became Ophthalmu the Court in Uitakang aeon %  < uu Georgetown Hasp thai lenlencv "f gny kind would nl ho relume i ut uither irii.t it In Bsrbadl rOuM DC gfOBal '" r I %  I (hot phased sentenc" Overloading Bus Costs Coaductor£5 irship Pollci M.igistr. Hsalth i HI depleteil hi> energy and wtthn. rscsnl montha he w.i. UP lake thlnn qul ny n death yesterday win a sho.k to lh> ntmunitj QltW ..ciiil, ui.fii.. c.irr.agr mi dtsnlAtd iii manner. I >i BrOWOi arsi highly rsspsctsd in nd the nunibei who .tt!> runeral yaaAavdaj sft sr noon borv gmpifl Irst,nion>nl in, wita which ha a %  ill M 'i paper. He asked Thompson about Dtatrtct A", yesterday Onsd -'•Auattn and u-. the parcel and Thoiupsitn showed year-old tfmductoi 81 ClSll Bssl] eh ktrei i I tsaSai ... htm a clock and said he had nl Si Jude! Mesar: got the clock from Randolph nm by monthly InstalmenU ol "". %  Co.. Jewell, is of s..t. also known as £1 pct inon n, or to undergo two months' inipr^.inmeiit with hard 21' S m L" !" "T, A PI''r w, V lc labour. Se.lv plMOtd sullly. said he knew him (AppleScott who Applewhite. C he white! for a long time and was Police Constable Sergeant ce j u i n that ""• Iran '' Rsshsd i" Ptitikl •"• Police SUiiioii told the court that on S|.leinlvei 8, BDOUl Ml a.m., he jn duly along Salters Koad. Street. o the iiitiibers ot llu.. sorrow family, davfi mi sotsni %  n A XMAS GUT! %  StsaVtaaaaataaf / I dir/#'a*S/ of ShtnlfM A Outilitiis hi/ nil I < 'I'lint/ Stttws i said he nl charged overall nine inches; depth of the hull four feet i\ IPchSI .tnd draft three feet. she a rtotihls snrtsr boat, i forward and aft cockpits while midship is u cabin which hini s ag lha sag) sh-opinii bsrtha and %  two-bumer kerosene stove for cooking. Aft Is a lii/.iret. The combination-engine room nnd c;iliin. |g well ventilated by %  -ix-t' i |ia i illdlns skvimht which has t.-ass rails for protection. The dread .r not kn wheTMbout* vil) not fas experienced in "Restto ^ unloaded Cpl. Harold Rryar arresled Applewhite ai him with the olTencea George Hill, mnriiig'-r of Hill'* ,"","£ Dairy identifled the clock and Mid that he had given il to >a.m? of the hands who worked at the dairy and It was kept in a room they occupied. Discovered Theft Jeremiah Griffith to whom the flour bans lielonged. and Benjfonan St Hill, both employees at Hill's dairy, suid that thev had secured the door and window of their room about 3 a.m. on July lu on leaving the room to BtUQd the COWS, St. Mill leturned first and discovered that the clock and bags were stolen. %  a.h pl 5CSS. V JS*^*"1 Traffic Hlucktd Arrival Of Schooners Increases Activity THE ARRIVAL of three auxiliary schooners on Wed nvsiday and two more arrivals yesterday served to brighten auiemc'nT'to "him. in"this gutsi',i M,r aitngspbere around the wate.\front yesterday and mPnt Applewhite said that he make It contrast to the previous day. m fl Thompson about 4.3d on July Veaterd.is ansWJatng; man Mnhael and saw a bus motorists drove up 1'aasage Mo„ travaUlnS Sloni It only to llnd that they appSSTOd to him to he oveitoaded turn into Hank Hall. Whit* PSl ond he stopped it. The defendant or cross over to OOUBtTJ Road. was the conductor of the bus. I %  was that A chsek showed that the bus which will carry tie untlSIMlOtllin had 3 passengers In It. It was telephone csbls along B nk Mali licensed to carry 31 passengers. Road was open for the hill width Me tiHik the name "I (hi dSOM of Uh rOaal "l.o.l I tuld hnn that he wouhl „ be prosecuted for overloading ihe !" t on the main road Wl UUfc Bsowsd down ooastwsrsbly, bo Sgt Forde Who pioscoted U: • %  '"< %  at lhat l^.lill ai.n lot MV the Police from Ififomal dlatanca up it nk Hall Mam rocslvod, told UM "ut ih.it MM Road Ihsrs u onu ipacs lo acHi. last conviction, the defendant '"oun.-t.itr <"iHUCH ""'' "''"''* KNEE INJt U) lined n mant CIM-III) (ONMABI.1. • [ %  ••'< %  ADINI A An* of 15'payable In 21 tlailey'a Clinic yesterday morning days or 21 days' Imprisonment with an injured right knao auswlth hard labour was Imposed on tallied in an accident belwecn Adoiphus cittens (34) of QlUfl motor IOTTJ and i Wcyok w-hl. h Road. St. Michael by His Worship ba was riding along llrldgi ; M. Q B CnfTlth who found him Street. .— — ...-.w oe unloaded and this aroused ainvct in oort vpslirdnv mnrnlnir "*" "*' IIK ^ no,n ln,s *"" The local hurricane OXflOBt, Her body |g pitch pine pi I with mahogany limbers and copw per and bronze faslenings. She ;'_'*_.• !" i land Coni'.i> in all he needed do was E> on OctObai II With him. stay outside, and Bryan told ihe Court Ihnt on whistle if hi aaw anyone I.ilei OctODSI 31, while PSSsang along Vlllnge he heard the defendan' i poiico using Lndocsnl languagja and while trying u> arrsst him. the fitnesses defendant gssaulted and r ksto nil i"-nun Walth.. He was foiced to call for lulv 10. aasistance. Eventually th,. dafsn laken to n Police Station had Iwo previous conshaft of her engine. ind Lionel B told the Advocate that tli i>tain Fergusson. ili s:i'". morning. As a result, there was a y?terday number of lorries and animal". domestk mand of Captain J. Nell' It brought to the Island a cargo fruit and copra which i,v had the lmg walkm was discharged near the Harbour Savannah K-M.1 when Master's Ollice yesterday mornchased him. big. Thompson called two The cargo of fresh fruit brought lo give evidence on much concern to the hawkers, half. The first, rrnnk who were assisting In the unloadsaid that about 5 a.m. or ing In an effort to acquire their he saw Applewhite wilh the bags dan. Quotas at an early hour. The and Ihe clock and Applewhite (illte vessel is consigned to the offered to sell him the clock, Hi vlellom f"i assault Schoonef Owners' Association, called I'.C. Trot man nnd Applewhite dropped the clock and Kh .HANDED. bogs and ran. Webb Lewa. was George PrescotI said that about BlSCS Ho.k, St. The Imry. M-2040 tini r .if Bones A CO. am rtvi n b) Clan oca Pw Ic of Hall It Ulenaal The booJ MJB o*41h 17 ID'S REPORTED The foil. Sing iiotilli.tM,f| Il loeUoug D.sease* RM II ( OclobSr. 1952. are followi I ntl i h ever Tuberculosis loading lls gas and WSS H pipe a Joiner Michael remanded until November 14, by cui'tat of .„ turprntlmW"lbury nd whfn Appkwhitr ,„, w,,,,,,,,, M K a Rral'na. rtraw „ „ rts ,,„„„ up alongalde *hlch It broiiaht to the Inland on fi'J^J 10 "" w "" """ b """ '" I oU MaKl.tralc ol 1,1,1M. A alona lho i„. rt h „f the Khotmr. wall^.diunday from Grenada. The hi* hand. Addreulnii the |ury %  liiniiouil lliuiis LOUIS I.. BAVI.KV II..II.H I in. t>,•>••,,,,••> %  ,( CHOCOLATE CREAMS "* ing.their turn lo draw their load "hooner arrived under the eorna A M Si h !„ '"J', h Z ,',„, ul "" >> !" "lon ol at goods. " %  ">? f Captain P. J<.ph and I. n ?d^ P 'tZ .tout WU1 iS """"•"' %  %  •' "*•. 10. .Ill comlgned to the Schooner Owner.' 3„„ J^Z, " ii^ ,'.. „. h^ ,1 S*'>' %  w Kr '1 %  "I am confident Rent Irs* be a siir.es l bevond dOUbt through Jezebel's 0FTL2F ..arcoal was unloaded. He -aid that Jebel fished last The OMa.M. tOO was unloading year with much success and she cargo of cotton snd cocoanut yesterday on Iwo charges of frauof money lOd. %  onductln* few in.-. kNI the Polka had charged him aloi Thompson On preva rgo of rice. 1.000 bags in num""""';[ l*r. after which %  quantity of FROM MARTINIQUE T a?r.v 2 ^n?^ r8 ,,,lhto -""'$£££% &£ arrived In the colony yesterday nlng from Martinique. The hlch is under the mand of c. ptasn H. Peters Is "maigned to the Barbsdos Import Export Co, and brought a general cargo to the island. •• Rest'.*., oil which it brought to the island "JJJ efore decided to build a from Grenada on Wednesday larger boat. morning. "I intend building two more This unloading of cargo kept powered fishing boats along the the wharfside extremely busy all dtdgn of Restless". he said. yesterday. Twenty-one year old Joe Walcrdi alias Joe Monkey of Arthur Sea*. -•' Thomas appeared before HI* Urn and questioned him foi ..•• %  V/onhlp Mr. G. B. Grifrlth yenenccs aboul which he knew notli tcrday charged by the Police with Ing. and afterwards had lo le 1 Mrcany or sugar rune* from '""j" hnn go. His life was the life of Warren Plantation on October 10. thdog with the had name. The cose was transfer., .1 Thompson also aildn-d lhDistrict %  D" police Station aid )ury from the dock He said that Walcott was remanded u'ltil after Applewhite dropped the Novembei 12. No ball was offered. % oao o aaao I MMM IMtl H i H aO PERFUMES What's C PA. It's Cost per Acre, acid test of my tractor tower C.PA is only dne of the reasons why farmer, call David Brown the world's finest. Invest In a "Cropmaster" and you Inveit in the future. You'll ret it back all right in running economy, lower fuel bills, more work per £1 wages. and better satisfied workers at that. Remember. SK^cXS-KT. "CROPMASTER" CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD Distributor* OF DELIGHTFUL THAT LINGER LONGER REAL COOLING DILIGHI TODAY'S SPECiAL FOR THE RACES NOW! 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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1S2 Old Boys Play At Harrison College Match Ends In Draw The Annual Part match look pi a draw. Baiting nr>i toe Pal (or 6 wickrideclare close of j4a> U %  The lI The Old Boyi were off to a irt, two wit k. within the IM-: live run-. "Blltj k> caught by Sinim lor a "duck'" and W.itmi be bad scored .1 single an-i .1 boundary waa caught by Hope off Slmmoru m at tempting a big bM Good Partnership Clyde WMLCOII aad dmou* Smith asstK-iated in .1 partnr 1.., ad "S to the s < measure of ropecubillty as well, before Clyde am stumped oil Morns for Al. He hit lour 4'. Proverbs joined Smith and this pair took the score past the century mark and at 11% Proverbs was bowled by now MR arm bowl. 1 Bataon for It. Cheater Cumber batch, absent from the mcket Held for umc years now )omc,l Smith and saw him %  ,t 121 bowled .... BataM for the top aoan of fa SmttM was cautious and free with nil scoring and fours. Cumberbatch was tl bataman to be dismissed, Ibw to Bataon for 5. I.nd Vct.'iaii skipper K I, C. Hoad. I nether .1 and i:t not out with the score at 154 for . TIL. I .ned their innings closed and t! Prex-nt Boys occupied the • tea. "Present" Bit E. Hope and If. Morris opened the innings to Die howling of F. L. Cotlt-i and C. L. Walton r,,. %  end. Coaiei bowli the aeonat ] 1 an 11 nered Moms and executed two beautiful pulls to the deep square leg boundary to help to boost the score along. Half Century This pair carried the score to W in as many minutes. The score had reached 76 when Moi 1 is waa run out. He h iiinings and had played patiently Ear M Hewitt .<.> retired at tl.. for a well played 32 that included four 4's. A M .-sell, one of the relief batsmen crossed a long leg break from. Skipper Hoad and put a dolly eitch to the substitute at silly mld-on. He had not scored. Another Wirkcl Hoad claimed iinothci wicket in the second om 11. Williams went n lh< to a spinner, and was for two. Simmons, captain of |he %  '. % %  •ent tktvs, got nil foct In front a straight one from nalcOtt waa out l.h.w. for oneThe innings closed soon after at 99 for l>, the match thus ending In a draw. -PASTW. H C K BSOMM b BrHMl fl C. H. %  Wirrrr • HO.H h Hnr.i C. U Walcttlt itpd. b MMl> 41 I III: IMS I I AKI Mil i II I ITHE 'PAST" going out to Avid yasUrday. C. I* Wslcott snd C W. Smith, who shared ths beat partnership at* Men at the aaUane left of the picture. Coil*. w Von M Hi-* II AlMkiw i.i.l DU H H-.-il t ub 1 Koan "MM 1 1. %. C. drifflth no) D. Will.. > Hoad r..i.... ToUl dor • %  kla.l Fell ol -.CHrl. 1—a. 1—Ti 4—09, % %  ei. e at now LINO ANALYSIS • 1 Wak-oti It i Xnowlv* S 1 BBBH* > 0 %  aai %  WILLIE PIT WB9B MIAMI RF-A( H. Fl/OHIDA. Willie pep flSIH 1 ol Hartj ford, Connecticut u %  knocked out Many Castro (IU1 i) i in K8 laconili of the aacond round ol that] lea round f'ntur\ J0.I* A rrnas page 6 laundry equipment, ate. for the Goiieial Hftpltal a^ieairtBg cm the item 'Karm InsUtutaTrinidad* A inch autOoTarnmaDt has already agived to tin. 1 Tint of a Farm Institute in Trinidad. I h t...nti ilmticn towards the initial capital coat la •sUmatad al 2u.5^o and tha naxi luin recurrent costs are es. timated at $9^25"; Mr. WUilam %  Id thai ha MTU again-.! Mping I unti ibutions and get 1 Log in return. Mr. Williams also spoke on the ih'in. "VMS K<|Uijfiii'lil" and laid that he had never seen so rBanj BWbsal Vatt pitnf around 1, boodon in the days of "smaihand-grnb.*' therefore he thought that in little Barbados it was a a-aste of time on all this ftK) He tilt that some enquiries -hnuld h*made into the running of the Highways and Transport ant. He had discovered tttat |o lay down a mile of rood ir it.nii idoi eoat one third* M than II would er. Mr. Williams then went on M ItaDM in the Beoaley Kcport with items in We Five Year i;i,il 1 \,m\ things which were not revommended by I'lulessor lleasley were included 111 the Plan. Ho felt thai the Deep Water Harbour scheme should bo given prtortts baoBHM it would create a i" nt t-rnployment, more money would be circulated and in IS • can. time Barbados would be In a fur better position. lie -.II.I that in his opinion the Plan was one which vrould paw press the people who van 111 lb* U) iar it Mr. J. c\ MmUUr (C) said thai %  d been Kiid about the proposals in the Five Year Plan 1 nan would be said. He had least expected that Government would put forward tuch proposals at that particular time when there was much unemploY' the Island. He said that the proposals of th Five Yesr Plan had aroused the interest of i! u pfOpH Ml M %  tba plan, hail said that the reasons for nutting many of the propo sa ls' before the House was because "-• dot umanl was tflad with fanUistic proposals so thai tha Lnhour Party eoOM fat matmUt** ( la C" & CZ Only |1 %  Ktirlonvs M. B & I MU. 1 III Nefarl 133 t* l) 4 4 The Thing 010 TTlmbrook 12V Iff) 0 0 0 £ Darham Jane 0 4 0 0 Dcvdl'a Symphon) 0 nine NelU 1 %  .<" 17H I2 0 4 Q Ftllc d* Iran 119 GalashieK 12S BtnK \> 12H Fluffy Ruffles . 120 2nd Race—Savunnah l."l % %  Stake% :>': Furlonen Cla F A LtWaV 2 2 2 S First Admiral 129 1 1 4 Wonderful 111 3 113 Cardinal I2W 2 0 0 4 Apollo 133 M.ni-h Winds 174 3 4 2 1 Cavalier 12H 0 4 0 0 Caprice 114 3 '. 4 1 Rambler Rose . 114 Chutney 117 My Love II 114 0 3 19 4 2 0 0 :'.iH Race -Hinishire Stakes : I u 1 I-> 11 Claaa A & B Only Abu All Plying Di anon Fire Lad> Caatla in Uw Air rtaailllaj l*rlncesa" Landmark Lunwayi Harroweeii . %  ; % %  1 prise 0 111 > D 43 I U 11(13 3 12 3 0 3 11 1 I 113 2 :i 0 1 0 0 II o 1 4 0 2 4 %  •Promoted from Cl t" H2. Ith Race—( iiainbcrlnin Slake* 9 1 %  nrlon CatH C & lAiwer 0 0 Spear Grass ... II' 1 U 0 0 Aim Low ... Ill 2040 Flieuxce IX U O Topsy IS 11 0 Vert!*11 a ti 1 3 French Flutter 11 0 0 Tlberian Lady 11 0 3 1 i) 11 .. Annie Abu All Mafy Ann Demure Ltanway Darham Jain* Cnatle h trn Sweet Rocket High & Low Mrs. Bear Pepper WIn Fluff* 1 Trimbrook 124 m ITS %  %  imply need a Iding tonic. YEAST iiios M the aaswet xo your prohl^m. Vansriai Ol O .l....d Ml YEAST-FHOS r.. yoaf key w mod health. Un^uentine Relieves pain of Slh Raciv—Trumprlcr Cup S'J FtirlonK!. Claim K & l.nwrr %  Poplin Haj Pola SU|H'! Jet Jim In Hue An I. Bn tVttk-nck Ui.(in Jeiilniiy Driftwood B Ui Unr III 113 .llli Kur ( .—t miMiliilii.ii Btakt 7'J Furlunii;. Auuranca Jolly Mlll.-i Cardinal March win. 1 CoUaton ik-uam . :IIK III ... .... 10) 120 111 105 III They'll Do Ii Hvcrj 1 ime "ISE^RXK? PWOTDSeER C.36S BATTY TfWSS TO OET A UTTU2 4IA14T10M NTO HIS ROUTISE P.CTURE /-SI6NVENTSBWT-ON OFFICE IT By |immv I Lulo THE WAV' BACK TD THE SEEMS EVEJ?y3a7> HMrTTS INTO TUE ACT-— % %  .*.' bora tats. J; (liar ia aallitptle. ^ Ralia.a.a•pala-OI•• Caoifor.— PrOdBona llaaa-l lag. TUSM or |ara ERNIE'S Democratic Club THIS UTfcltNOON nt 5.45 My friend*, the mem) <-rs are requested to turn up %  hawp as I cannot Mart to draw without M.X reliai.li> reputable Barba dlaUU beini* prexenl Two (lay's radBf will be oxild. the Kth and 10th Cold Sapper h.-i... sill be served 1 -lieThe I'sual Turkri snd ll*m Frrsh Lobaier Caefctilb. Peaeh and Pear Mrlh. Ill 1 t. I I t, %  (,-,.,., TRIPI.F BPPBCT— that's what you ye| with MAGI HEALING OIL • FOR COUGHS & COLDS • FOR STRAINS & SPRAINS • FOR STOCK & I'OCI.TRV % % %  "/ %  '/ %  K.'s,'r Ui ijd KEEP YOUR SYSTEM CLEAN this safe way. NO MORE GREY HAFLOUTIER'S AFRICAN MIXTURE Colo-'* thl Hi. h Hlbsotui*!/ I o* It A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING •Waifflbte 1i o"iJ. 1 tr\ WOK I S1 lirtadM! DRUG STORES LTI BROAD STUeiT. iRlDGETOWN Also try FLEUR0IL BRILLIANTINE Manes the hair soft and ffcstr Sold In 1 Sic fiurajasri FLOUTIMLID .Sn rlMiM>T.EM. hi* iBtl THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! CASTOR GOOOl JTl M n Fresh Mouth All Daylong! 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]' M.I 101 i; HAKRAIHIS ADVOCATK I'KIIIW. MI\IMBI:R BARBADOS A ADVOCATE I nd.v. November 7. 1952 TEST TASK? 1 and lats %  %  rporated Chai • ce ol Uu Bntlth Carfbbnn, In British (iuiana. m submitted by the delegates of Bathadns and Brftiah Guiana: the other 'i: ..:. of Tnnidad. The delegates of Barbados and British Guiana were %  eriously concerned at the methods by which successive oils and fats agreements have been formulated and regard some of the provisions of the current agreement as unsound economically and harmful to the it* interest of consumers. The tes from Trinidad on the other hand ed themselves in favour of reguUttng the trade in soap and edible products in the British Caribbean area in such a manner as to give a measure of assistance to the lcal industries of coconut growing and their conversion into manufactured The disagreement between the %  d delegates and the delegates from I and British Guiana arises from I diversity 4 interests. Whereas the m Barbados and British Guiana were concerned especially to safeguard the interests of the consumer, the %  tea from Trinidad had obviously been briefed to represent the interests of the copra-growers and of the manufacturers. The oils and fats agreement is by v..,y of becoming a teat case which may decide whether the British West Indi; to'follow a policy of protecting thr producer and manufacturer (even at the enenie of the consumer) or whether the intiusts of the consumer are to be given the highest priority. The divergent views about the oils and tats agreement have arisen chiefly because the commercial and consumer interests ore inadequately represented at the Annual Conference which fixes prices to be paid for copra. This is the considered opinion of the delegate* from Barbados and British Guiana and the point is stressed in their memoranda. Other points raised by the delegation are that it cannot be a sound commercial policy to permit the prices of locally produced commodities such as laundry soap, edible oils, lard and margarine to diverge so greatly from the prices of comparable imports as is likely to arise from the operation of the current agreement: that the complete protection at present given to the Oils and Fats Industry needs periodic review to ensure that ft! are Ming made to improve the quality of locally processed products: and that the further development of the Oils and Fats Industry demand conditions of free trade within the area if measures of protection arc to be continued. An understanding of the Oils and Fats agreement is necessary to an understanding oj ihe points raised by the Barbados and British Guianese delegates. It must (or instance be remembered that the agreement served the West Indies well dunng years of acute world shortage of oils and lats when the copra growers could have received much more for their produce than was agreed by the Oils and Pots Conference. The Oils and Fats Conference hi been of great service to the British West Indies and the delegates of Barbados and British Guiana were of the opinion that the industry ought to be afforded a reasonable n.rasuie of protection since it appeals well suited to the circumstances of the region. What are being disputed are the measures of protection and the methods of representation of the interests concerned The success which has attended the British West Indies Sugar Association in their bargaining wilh the Ministry of Food is sometimes used by the copra growers as an argument t< • bolster their own cause. If. they contend, the sugar growers of the British West Indies can stick out for a highly remunerative price why cannot the copra producers"? This line of argument is not in the interests of the West Indian consumers Having recognised the importance ate oils and fats agreement to the West Indies in previous years no sentimental arguments ought to be permitted when the agreement is examined today. Thenis a world of difference between affording an industry a reasonable mS of protection and allowing it to prosper unduly at a time when Unproved world production is forcing down prices. Unless the maintenance of high prices is made daIodent upon improvement in the quality of locally processed products there will be no incentive for the industry to spend profits upon improvements. The memorandum put forward by the delegates of Barbados and British Guiana is motivated by a desire to protect the interest of the consumers. The memoran dum put forward by the delegates from Trinidad is primarily concerned to protect the interest*; of the copra growers and manufacturers of copra products, although it recommends that all sections of the community in each territory should be kept fully Informed <>f the arrangements proposed from time to time and be given opportunities of entering fully into discussions preceding administrative den-.. V/hal Will be the future of the Oils and Fats Industry? Will it be over protected to the extant that the consumer will be paying more for a local product than he would i>e asked to pay for an imported product? Or will consumer organs be able to keep the price of local pi at competitive levels*" A forecast moment would be rash, but it is safe to state that the publicity given to the consumers Interests bv the delegates at the ninth moating i the Chambers of Comal to the consumers. Ol it A III: IIS SAY: W.S.C. it Co. ii*„ fault? I i.mli-miHtlitin Cdxu.r. T\„ Adrnmii— %  >? Ircquenu, doi II c !" •' Ui cxpnu"I %  %  uapayen) I „ thli „ 1..-1 >ur. that II ..mild pay I hem I CI.H I Plan—a _~ mand a bettar price and every ..,...n ,.., u> ""' %  '" %  %  '' ';","' nothing man ,c -.l..llor, ol Ihe hetfni* the II mw a customer and .seller. NUN Author. o( alore in diarl. SETJWHAM. can also 25 pet ca.' of w.nl here L'dilor. The Advocate. f SIR. Vow !, ay, .i,|i, Slst October •Milled **T h i Ultiicf murt give pleasure ti> till MBMri members t UM COBUEMUdty who ..theiw !" — %  aed M. tii* needs of to-called S-Vear Ptan e< pi iid "specially built for housing Br ,>aniiig Ul %  at Labs blind and the school is run direct taxation. I MS the Plan— >y a committee which is very If Plan II can bv called—• mV. in ds approach to terpiere of Conservative pUnSunday tones. 'he probUms mng and a triumph to lhal ele, n my Your Leader pertinently asks mem. What are the reasons for the where hi the Deep %  pparcnl obstacles which prevent KS'S Jn ",ons ihe young blind of Barbados from acceptingthe facilities in order to begin a new life luch tnhlish a dangerous pi InhiStorj OS PI.inning. It is unforlun.ite thm I tient In iieft.irl t.i collect !><' 'ail it ,:., suited in lovrt, v.1ZS^tomSTmtoSZm T %V^F£!£J£Z ttSSSti The premiss* are modern .—.,*—— i u r .i n *H !" ..i.> ing l na eorrtspondence mi disrespect of the National Anthem >n Barbados, which foil. %  wee, "Pensant"** article on the mbject in one of NO one wno Trinidad"*" I should Uke lo assure you that any obstacles there have not been raised by the Association. On the contrary, we do our very best to persuade • blind children lo let laeaa a :,, this school. Where the Tees anUM ditTiiulty. Uie Coni'mttee is willing lo give financial cannot be call my opinion, none of your ._,„ correspondents % %  far has dlscov* f ered ihe real reason why the Anthem is not 't">wn respect in _, cinemas etc. both her* astd in l \ nd ml England. \. J Wl,n ,he confidence in my bescheme JJ,^ ln:il igno,,,^ lliSUir ,^ I v.,11 &* sU U: venture to put them right. Th.' u" 0 1 on is that, not only is the ur unemployment and N allon al Anthem played too ">eh. wilh.mt e ->f the heart would env^sge Plan without such i when bearing in mind that I'Ul u has come to mean "You've MBM time give the ifland _^ a temporary, if not a lasting sUle ;icl u c hum". In 'ilher words of pnispenn An. long rtng? -This is Ihe end. you I'IJIII II i W ui a Deep jour money's worlh, now pleaso Water Harbour is pernicious and gn home arid W M I't-k up." MM result i> that people have Plai %  • The greatest obstacle The 5-Year Plan is a grave repome to associate the NaUona. >s usually the parents Ihemselves flection OB UM i'ait. in power t" Anthem not will the ide: of MonrhO an reluct-mt to allow their plan anything to the lasting gr--i ., rr hy nut with the word ENDpad CODdree lo ISave ,f the peopIO who M willingly jr the Anthem were only lomc. Th caie of Penelope elected them on the lasl election, played at stale occasions such a tious name) is typical. The Party stands condemned by parades etc. it would get Shi "enelope is now ten. the child of all well thinking Barbadians, respect it would then deserve. ndustnous parent* who aro. Public censure is so great on At the moment it is Just mall artisans. They are not this issue, that t -i-.e way of saying "scram' rsalthj but they have a regular test its strength by going back [ havi even ki.rwn some hosts ncome and manage to live quiett the Country Id UM re cast s i resk up cocktail parties*—which v and humbly within Iheir approbation. lid no doubt have continued neans. Penelope wa. born blind To suggest that Ihe Party go for the rest of the night -by playnd her trouble is her parent£ick lo the Country for the ing the National Anthem! ive her too much ThCT P^opl''Approval is to my mind Your* ate, .III no, be W r.Ted from her nnFXBACKF " Ababa last year been built and I support of Britopened in Add %  luch has equipped by thi ish subscribers. I am happy lo state thai two opera Uotl theatres are now bkw (hr-. f'Vil P r rra l <" humanity when ki .^ Ubornl(>r j, ,, prr V |d%  ,h t..i.„. 1., niiuala chll"'"" >''" ""' "2! l '""" : 1 -"' mi %  -emo. nol hitherto ponlble tree, Iran their parental 12, X 5? H2!S!? "* '" Addl. Abah., and. Blood -_,, much I., lie deMr.d Tian.lu.ion Unit 11 being preidl .in ,1 %  fefiald Kadiologi.1 and %  xtieme caie, but the .ame point man m be regarded aa ,i„i|erl AnaejlhetKt are inno. notlves may well be behind the the inn,: ,.i.,u yer vullon , n lh Ethiopian Medlral •lUCtanea ..f Otbat parents even "*J* uu '' *• tUfMl y. Wllll Sll v„.which will save ninnj o let U. Klltrw about then ililldh II I fad J^-J an. The an.wer aa you point 'rom creaUon and whkh Uvaa null T luSHi. of Numtna lor Elhl. aducMM the publu-. [ !" :[!' "^'' r .''I':. T?".."*.-";'..'* : '"'!. "fan Probationer, a furnlihed bi maintaljiad "i 80 per cent, (if the In the Infanta" Department of It M there m rely on the '""nr.-i, %  "' %  I...MII...I..-U "r wlU) hl( ,f"vUI hlo'bc'Swar,'""' i ""' '" """ ""> "" <"u ive dent nildren are already perhaps Uc most devasUtmg '-,1^. letng trained at a special -chool i )U ,t,„ci which undoubtedly *• %  :::r a^VsiadrtSt' m ^d^r^'^rr* M who went lhal the training When we nodi the rtory ol due"ea are mieumSiia night be hn salvation. Once he -the dog and the shadow. • ,,„d |\,J "bronhil,r There are alw %  howerar. otban foiaaa how nu.nife.ti, his ithe „,„„ .culo cam on the dana* Dwad In the l.t few days Indogs. Ignorance was displayed. '.! i-.,u ing vlry careful %  HBMtlon has been rceclved that inot .imarlng or pilial.l, %  Pool Li,, (iiiai.liiin. in one we ave the pi.-nno. MI c of his if the Pnri-ihes will (01111111111.gTeOd. but rather ludicrous and the support of a 5-vear-old pardonable, r.11 as the old adage llnd girl who la in their care. It '^; !" ,' Ignorance is bliss, -ippened thai the Or.t deaf child "~ l ll > "> • *.' but man. Ihe .ho went was .1., In an Aim.JfT "'"" "" h hcen B in h: each of the. cases the " '-"u"'" ol ci.mprehen.ion and ; ...r Law Guardian, have bl.d JJJ~ d -^oy-'i ul!" wbSi "' '" ,h -'l" "" I-enelope. Mlur( ha> ^.^ ^ (5 whol|y Inexcusable when avarice is found to be in predominance over tiie n^t ur his n.iture. Man can be given every concelvable reMUlslle both physically S tabllltaU and malerlally, ycl fie never ,£!vllal oSnations eve,, >ar is waaed, and not only ""toowledg. are the relna ol felicity curbed, but a deplorable future beyond the mental horizons of man is predestined. Ivan this miniature island iiiirdinns and others will folio itt. Mv Committee hopes so. I am. Sir. Y'.urs very tnilv. BETTY U ARNKllon. Secretary. B'dos Assn. In aid of thr Coi Blind nd DM Or** 3rd November. 1B52 "Ur'ulpv Of Sigh*" ocalc. 11-, 7'ie Editor, The Ad\ Sill. 1 was a very inlerBarbados v-ilh so exiguous %  dad reader tif the lecenl .ulicles population il found to be faltering ppeartng In the Monday Kvenlng under ihe barbarous claws of Mews as well as the two subscgreed which is one of the preOjUSBt ones in your Daily Newsvailing substrata of burglary and ana. dissension among the people of 1 must confess that I did " %  island. rmpsthloe with Eve Perrtck in If *' the clcnizens of Barbatide bccaiue of Ihe fact, << L ""' l -• civllUod ..mi In iK-aking as a visitor to Venice, pave rep'-"' t the weaknesses or .ne .. somewhat disappointed on W %  animst am..t.y h> %  ing The Memorial Hospital Council I" London .still lias approximately 1 2,000 to raise In order to pay for equipment and freight charges ii: respect of equipment already installed in the Hoapital in Addi* Ah..! ., Moreover, the Memorial Hos' pital Council is extremely anxious lo raise a fund for the assistance of destitute patients who are un. able lo contribute anything to wards then luatment and require sststancc in various ways caving the Y.i nr never „ ;,„ %ucn ,C d^conu',Vt' K" '"> snitaftilb su.h d.^nnu-nt k k u d b u Honorary i.'"".' ,H,, *"">' Trcistire,-, Lord Horde. Lord Amulree. O/e Messrs. Oould & Prideaux. Honorary Accountants ttd, llishiipsgate, London E.C. 2. Yours etc. E. SYLVIA PANKHURST Hon. Secretary 3, Char tens Road, Woodford Green. Essex, EnKland. i'. hole:...11 praeti. rrlval, bill after having pcnt h. first n.shl there the place J^Tti ssumes qutU a ilifferenl aspect hc fcin „ ,. npatheti Yl P.iiihful FKANVIS JtiOIOTT Went liiiimiXattUA ient rnorrdns and on leaving, ery pleasant memories are reuned %  if your vtslt< A: Ihts point I do heittils gree with everything that "Wanlerhifl" has written about the •la. e To, The IdilOt, The Adooealr. Your correspondent. "One who SIB.—A sugge-ui.m foi tinnlss never been to Venice" did nouneer at mn Hair Meclinnt |o till the gap which was left As Wesl Indian Federation seem? ly the two previous writers aa ^ ^ always talked •gards the reaion for the name Am.,Curd Contv*t lo. I'he Editor. The Advocmte, SIR,—Although 1 am not a regular elnirchgoeiand do not claim then lei UM lo %  *•' Inten^h religious I llnd it ,,,1 repugnant that Ihe tlrst-prize . r ds Christmas card should be simply menial. *n advertisement for rum. arid Christmas is <-<>.cbratcd in memory of the birth of Jesus Christ. "Very local m character" but %  1 verj doubtful taste, or ai I see 1 uiidoubtadb U. bad taste. Yours eery truly. HIM 1 about, Brings <>f Sighs" but 1 fi.till that his explanation did lot tally Witt, the local version Actually the name look Its rise •ccaus* of the fact that on on* ide of a Canal is a Palace of 'tuKiiincent structi lusUce. .It Is from this Pal; hat a short bridge spans the /anal leading Into the Prison on matters other side, which Incidentwould be Ifniuli/vinif Btirlnidu* To. The Ediior, The Adrocatr. written SIR. — Maj I crave a small hy are not West Indian amount of out precious space to names used wherever possible in refer to a su' Coi: Oliver and keeping w.th OUl W 1 background aUo to Dorothv. F. Wilson, for Japnn — #n enemy hctr generou, IU,,;,,,, u my mble .su P t.i nm thai at u mation Gift to the Island I would like to see some of the Plantation Owners give some of Iheir land bordering the MAIN %  rinsed lo know of ?*}£ %  HIGHWAYS OF THE than J to ceuntry not too long ago. jjest also that they use I susA for I Mdl is housed the Court* ot An||| Ufli D for nominlca etc.. but continue with C for Canada. These mav sound trifllnp \K\f REGISTRATIONS WARMLY WELCOMED By DEREK MASKS W S CHURCHILL and I'aSSfSBJI I 1 '"perly Restorera) has submitted IU ifporl on its nrit year's working to the ahareholderg.* Object is to secure an increase as soon as possible on the capital ol 13.714,418 volts. It has been a satislactory year in many ol the departments. But how does the report compare with the prospectus that the company issued before its flotation just a year ago? Out in front is the able handling of finance. Here the pledge was to stabilise the currency and bring the books into bal ance. Mr. R. A. Butler has succeeded in stopping the dollar drain, and by the end of the year the accounts will be brought to balance. ADVANCE NEXT on the credit side comes Mr. Harold Macmillan's building department. There the target was set out as 300,000 houses a year II the target has not been raabad, substantial progress has been madgBSI High up on the company's prospectus sheet were bold plans for developing the Empire. New resources were to be developed, and there was to be the "greatest possible volume of trade" within the Empire. And in the progress report? No wonder they tuck it away in the back pages. Only one credit item : a big improvement in the Malayan situation. For the rest, there is the puny record of Lord Salisbury. Commonwealth Relations Minister, and Mr. Oliver Lyttelton, Colonta Secretary; a record of nothing ventured, nothing won. There is a pat on the head for the Socialist-appointed Lord Reith and the Colonial Development Corporation. That Lord Reith's activities have been so far restricted to winding up various development projects is glossed over. When they do get around to developing the Empire how will the Tories go about it? Standing side by side Lyttelton and Salisbury wait cap in hand for dollars to flow: "It is our belief that American capita' should find an outlet in Colonial develop ment," say the Tories. Tucked away, too, at the back of the report, is a summary of foreign policy achievements. True, Mr. Eden receives thi deference due to deputy-managing director He has "Injected a sense of nuruose and courage into our internatilrfcl^ rel ships." THE PROSPECTCS BUT where is the purpose and courage ir Abadan and Egypt? The prospectus prom ised that Britain's voice would be heard loudly in the Middle East and the Pacific but the report shows that Britain's voice has been heard not at all. The shareholders were promised vigor ous action against State-buying—"it ha' foiled"—and against controls. After a year the bulk-buyers remain ir possession of the field, and the great mast of wartime controls remain. True, indeed, a few controls have beer lifted—decorated pottery is allowed again soft wood. lead, and fertilisers have been re turned to private traders. Just how the balance sheet is linked will controls is shown by the effect of abolishin. the identity card. The result was £500,00f saved, and 1,500 people released. But at the Ministry of Food Mr. Lloyd George still clutches at his ration books with a Socialist fervour, and at the Board ol Trade Mr. Peler Thorneycrolt thinks about designs for freedom, but never acts. Once again on the credit side pensioners war widows, and retired public servant; have now got bigger incomes. Family allowances have gone up, as have sickness and unemployment benefits. SCAFFOLDING LOOKING to the future, the prospects are outlined as being the gradual lessening of State control, State bulkbuying, State ownership, and the centralisation of power in Whitehall. The purpose for which the company was floated remains the same: "Tc make Britain strong, and to keep her free." At the end of the first year she is stronger and a little more free. If the great new edifice of the Tory blueprints is still shrouded in scaffolding, it if because not all of the firm's directors are ol the same quality as the master builder ir the managing director's office.—L.E.S. • Progress report: "We Shall Win Through"— Conservative and Unionist Central Office. d. DM ARIES ! IH Mill S / / AT THE All.04 1 II M IIIOMUV A Broom or Rrush for Every Purpose 1UOOMS IU er Var* !" Cobw.fc Hair (Fleer) Straw BKISHIS Lavatory 8boe Wire Hair ll. i Scree MM — Also — CLEANERS and POLISHES At WILKINSON AHAYNBS CO.. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phone 447t. 47 BECKWITII STUKKS tli-". produce from ISLAND" for the planting onues ot shaded floral trees etc. Although I non't envy Col. Oliver in the 1> ist for the time and energy that he must have devoted to his m" % %  deductions. Labouring as he under a delusion. Yet I thank Silt. We are sniTeiim; fnun %  him (<>r admitting that "serious) spate of advisers but the most the idea Is a go-l one." needed one \* yet t-. come—ao Seriously any sostool boy glanc Ing at a road m.ip of the island ys" could not b> the Una KI nation ft the land Hy is as gloomy a place as one the ould ever wish to son wHh its fop .it infested dungeons 'etc:, some if which are even below water evel at high tide and do get loodcd. Prisoner*, after having been entenced, were led across this • %  > confinement and very •nany of them, knowing thai %  i-v wSjoM never see the light Clim Kain heaved many My local butcher hack* up his w \"i 7ee" that s lK h bemoaning their fate meat blindfold judging by result* „ ur mflm hj-hw TO the name. and he tells me that the only ony ^.^.[(.h criticis reigners Yours f'ithfullv H. BAYIJ.Y. I Mention Ml Ilutrher* The Editor. The Advocate. t may mention that I have had training he has received is by k %  M.nitv of visitlnB 'he way of a fella's unk.pt promlsa !" "[' ,£*"ui_,, H %  ,h.,,k. ^ At i" g ir&S? EiV'Se'S. S."SL w 2L? s aS w ^L-i k !2!; I do hope my explanation mat '•. lb. of fl have been of lomc use. rHID S. OLTON mure than Mr. Adams made up of II OSS. of bone, 8 oza. always be Prime Minister. uf fat and 13 oxs. of lean meat Thankinit you again, and grisel. Fillet steak—which A MOTORIST. elationSEA CHALIENGE TO BRITAIN By NEWEI.I. ROGERS NEW YORK RIGHT at the beginning of this now Elizabethan Age ships of five nations arc boHtinji the British merchant fleet to a fastgrowing sea commerce. This trade lies along an Empire waterfront -the shoreline of Canada. In growing numbers merchantmen from Norway. Sweden, Germany, France, and Holland are snatching cargoes from ports on tluGrvat Lakes, in the heart of North Antiuji, and carrying them to London and AIM! all over the world. TRUE, only steamers under 3,100 tons can get this business now. But when Canada digs its big seaway to the Great Lakes (orders to start work may come this month) the stakes will be enormous. TOOTAL — or simply Dress Material — why say more ? We're not we're just reminding you of TOOTAL Week . TUBRALCO . $1.31 LYSTAV •LA I.DMIII.X & TOOTISHA $1.99 TOOTAMA S2.58 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. II II h-l XII PARTY JUST ARRIVED Craatberrr Saatce in!"— Sanee Cocktail Oadens Red. Yellow. Green Marsh mallows fair's Cheese Crises Kraft rastry Mis Katlai fears Eatlni Apples CoofcL., Apples SFECIAL CIGARETTE run i Craven A 5Ta—SI.M Craven A t's—Mc. Capstan STa—SI.M Capstan M's—*2e. (.old Flake M's—Sl.tS Gold Hake IV*— c. To-day'a Favasuile • f.of n mi \ tn HIM fS-Yr.-Oldl FINE MEA TS "fiS Fed Chtekens Milk Fed Daeks New Zealand Lamb 0% Tall Soup Frosrn Fish Frosen Peas Frosen Sprouts 1f i.7 r il S ji In 4t h Fruit Padd ing* LIQUOR Hi I I Dubeeistet Claret Haute rnes Liebfraomilrh BernraaUe Bristol Sherry Vlene Cure Cointreau ( rim,de Menthe Dom Baas Ale—lt-os. Gol denlree— 1 1os Canada Drj Drinks Hehweppea Teaite Orimes—5 eenU PlanUlns—6 rents PHONE G0DDARDS We DELIVER



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I PAGE TWO BARBADOS \i>voc\rr. FRIDAY. NIIVr'MHKR 1912 fahib falling w. JAMES GRIFFITHS. For.. the; C"lonie under ihr Socialist %  crowd when l.< Wni Indian SiudcnU I'moti at Hans Crescent Hus.ei n tt>t future of Colonial territorial The student* littered attentively at Mr. Grifmtis. in his hrosrl inr proi .ould be R 'a riled %  < %  sel .'-government. ht-hcarlcd reference lo the fact that the West Indies would be well served with lawyers In to come was greeted M", Warming Thoughts Ear IS ; lu.rk from, WM AND MRS. GEORGE VfH AND MRS RODERICK EDGHIU. of Brighton. Black 1*1 STEWART return**! by Rock left the island yesterdav fc W.I.A. U*l week from Nassau In morning by T.C A. enroute t. tru the. Bahamas, and, Havana, Cuba. l'.S.A. They have gone to residM having spent a week m each of theae places as well as m Kings\h Kughiil was an employee 'r*n, Jamaica. of Sandy l-ane Factory and a The visit was a business one on protnlatnf mnnber of the Carlio thul "f py* Ijmited, for whom Cricket Club while Ms wife wil Mr. Stewjrt is Regional Super>i A B:mvlscr in UiU part, lelfl. Solicitors. There are now two Television lliullh Ken w./iStations in Havana. Cuba, giving 1 !, not strictly true of I SAVING by B.W.IA. ye. ,r" h sl ' d > J" !" 1 1 ,"! is of v.e*able soup. — dav morning for Puerto pw route to the U.S.A.. was MUs hours each. Mr. Stewart said and tho trend among TV users Is to buy with'laughter by the students 90 Gloria Sutherland of Bay SirsVl !' _£L llh *" Ur e t P 0 "'"* prr cent, of whom are studying who ha. gone for medical a.d Br|U5n m nuIacture „ m .,. SSfcJ 1accom P an "'<< ^ her ^.jy proau inil urge screen Telmotner evtalon receivers for export to M R. MARTIN KEIFT. ExecuPianoforte Xenial tuc h eounlrlea as Cuba, and the live in the Royal NetherTJIANIST DANIEL ERICOURT British products are appreciated will give a Recital at Ihe or their extra screen brllllanco JcmbermtTv School Hull tonight, "nd clarity. Barbadians have had 0* prlvJamaica does not anticipate ilege of hcrr'ng this world famed having a Television Station By HM.IA BIKKI Trimming I jlkllli; Food ( IIIER exonomical warming TO off*et lalesi increases w. I.i to,..,, nc lude butter beens, use prices, I suggest a good pou;. n,, .„ f 0r nuking Button baked as-an economical dai.> .ush. [(J < and bean. The ; Then need be no sameness in b, .pensive bacor a good potage or soup, bated on r *uon or. if YOU are lucky, trim.< %  the flavoi.i r bacon shop, varied. | ,. (peas, beans and lentil: Avoid the stockpot for in th .. ate second-class protein ar lies the danger to fresh, -lea-:ex'.-ellrnt for us. flavoured soup* And •* "<" %  enable taUsfuctory re1 Official Starter — -ulU. RCA. Employ*** For Two W**k* two weeks' holiday i among the passengers •* arrived nere yesterday morn3 in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs. ng here on Wednesday night "> by T.C A. from Canada on a J Kelshall from Trinidad They by BWIA from Trinidad lo attend week's holiday They were MisJ arrived yesterday morning by the Races, v A. Heridren. Miss Betty WilBWIA. iccon.psnl.vl by their v^on. Miss Olive L. Ryall, Miss dsughter-m-law, Mrs. Arnold KelM J o PENN BENNETT, Ofn^T^T ftm P' v v for I I cial Starter at the B T.C p\ GROUP of T.C A. employees O pEND,NG Races, w.is among the pasaenger* -* arrived here yesterday mom>J in Barbed that he had Just Gloria Giasch Mr. Thomas A. id are at the Hotel ardeas and shall Finlay. Flight Royal, wife. They anMr. Kelshall Is Senior Partner Beach club and of Messrs T. M. Kelshall a> Co., ie Ocean View Hotel. Solicitor* of Port-of-3pain and a AWr l.,;.,l.r K.,urn, fSSTltard. 3\*SK '^l^TT^^ 'lieward iind his % uesu nt nocklr; Bmm to Knitf* past seven years. JONOURABLE E. T. JOSHUA. WR. AND MRS. L. A. KNIGHT be in Barbados n President of the Federated JV1 were passengci evening meal, followed by Welsh rarebit or toasted cheese on toast. Cheese can replace meat or fish at a light meal. Then there an herrings, oil in these fish is a great .imi health protector. Buy. tooJV *a bream, another of the less J I'xpensivo fish and ver> good just iBig drawbacks are the thick I monger will scrape off the gealgf or you and fillet the fish, too. I suggest that you 11 dry the fillets. Melt a walnut or two of margarine in the grill pan (DO grid, please). Draw the lillcts. bh ; flesh side down, in the fat then •..u. turn them. Spi inkle with peppei_._, and salt to taste, place unde, the hot grill and grill just long enough lo main the rieah e/sa q ue. Ttsa Bali need not be turned. Seivc with the juice from thgrill pan. This, however, has a way of drying during the grilling, so, for this reason. I always add (towards the end of the grilling) two of boiling first-class lard. WORLD CorvRlctrr RISUVID —L E.S ( %  S TARS yuvu iMiiuni \i HOKOM'nr* Par ina.,. MsvassaM i. ran Figned from being a Steward of the Trinidad Turf Club aftei serving for two years, due u pressure of work. Mr. Bennett who has been connected with racing for fifty year", has been Official Starter at races in Trinidad. British Guiana and Barbados for the past seven yea He expect i^ii^rRi^Ti 8 %  Ue * l Ind, !* al nd Agricultural Workl.nd by the'siS. '^Oranjestad" on for 3-4 persons/Add 1-2 chopped er. Union of the People's Political Wednesday last. orJOOt, I bouquet SMnl an-l wilVc, %  Vincent, returned Mr. Knight, a brother of Mr. barely to cover. Boil until the U,V,WJ D-ins ihms. v to •!<• loo much r noi i DlBcrrrMiat*! To-dav cm trail. H %  • Mil at ngers for Eng-1 I'ol.. STAT1T with potatoes say, 3-4 Ihmtnvt Medical Officer home yesterday anernobn by B.G D R. W. S. KULESZA, District Airways. Medical Officer of St. VlnMr Joshua was a member of cent, arrived yesterday morning I"* delegation of West Indian by B.G. Airways on a short visit !" r ade Union leaders which came prior to -pending his long leave Py* 1 ' Barbados to uilcrvieva in England. M r . H. Adams OP the question Dr. Kulesza expects to leave on of ,hc lrad "n'on division whlc Sur.iav by the RMS. Lady Rod^ %  • t kc,v to ** crstated in the ney for Trinidad where he will C *£!PS"*" %  %  : ., Mew York and then prowhile in Barbados, Mr. Joshua ceed to London by the Quern Yl" a ••*. f x He is a guest at the House. Worthing Hotel Royal. * /! Humlninil Knight, was Accountant ofjjKitatoeg fall, then rub Da CWrts ft Co. Ud.. for 'through a sieve. Have en many years and Is now retired Mr and Mrs. Knight will bt residing in England. the lot iking in D" Trinidad Turfite CYRIL GITTENS, Dental Surgeon of Port-of-Sesdn, r lliB Trinidad, arrived here or. Wedboil again other pan a desHertspoon of sago or tapioca. Add It to the litVVd mixture, together with enough water for 3-4 people, a small nut of butter or margarine and pepper and salt and freshly ehoppci ;ley to laste and brinu to the, M RS. PEGGY PITCHER, day. daughter of Mr. Arthur Dr. neetlng S..V.I Exhibition tlfH-n* Tot/ay 1T daurfhter of Mr. Arlhi Dr Glttens will also toe r '-pOD.iY n Exhibition opens at Roberts. Manager of the Governhorses Nefari and En Prix which %  athe. Museum for members inmrnt Savings Bank and Mrs. he manages, race at the meeting, forested in Art and Local IndusRoberts of "Greenways", Aquatic He said that he was very demos. There will also be exhibits Gap. left for Canada yesterday lighted to be back again In the of oil ;.nd water colour paintings morning by TCA to Join her husisland after an absence of many uWiie b> Miss Kendall, clever bond, Mr. Louis Pitcher who left years. He last attended a race young artist who recently came here three months ago to take up meeting here in 1944. but had over to Barbados to settle. an appointment in Montreal. passed through in December last In addition there will be paintyear en route to Trinidad from tags and ske-.-hes by Mrs. Forster Boy* Club Convert England after residing there for and specimens o. her shell work. ^-. N Tuesday night, the District 'x years. fa tomorrow Jhe public aro tj A ^^ Clu h ; |d (|mr ftr „ He said that the track and the open air concert and variety show nwa*w *•/• ln 8<*>d condition on the District A. Police Station's ond n '*" ,m "lhr m ec" n lawn. should be a very good success. The Police Band, conducted by Corporal Murrell played many popular tunes. The members of the Club .nUh'on^atur*** clea " !" nan on Salur-| or one Qr lWQ ton,,,^., • caull-flowerlcts. o the m or .froU tnd the Exhibition will remain open daily until the end of November from 10 a.m. to 1 pjn. and 4 p.m to 0 p.m. Eton Annual Ihuw *T*HE members of the SntffU Club will hold their nd "aru^ "in" c'om'ic"sketches and lance at Queen s Park p |.ys. The entertainment ended Saturday, | n boxing contests followed by th M"„ house tomorro November 8. light, playing of the National Anthem. Short Visit H. RISELY -TUCKER. Heiiesent.itive ot OnBritish Council, was among the passenS rs leaving 1 h e island on rdnesday for Grenada by B.W.I.A. He has gone on a short visit. KORDA FILMS FOR BARBADOS Mr. Renme da Sllva. Manager of British and General Film Distributors has Just received news by cablegram frcm Mr. Henry Teeluckslngn, Managing Director of British and General Film Distributors, that he has closed a big film deal involving several thousand pounds with lx>ndon Filmfor the release in this territory. Including Barbados, and the ottsM Waal Indian islands, also the British and Dutch Guianus. of the rssMl % %  ulstanding Korda pictures such as "Cry The Beloved Countarrlng Canada Lee, and Osstrtc Connor "Tales of Hoffinan" in technicolour. "Outcast of The Island", "Bonnie Prince Charlie' in technicolour, "Woman Without Name" and the biggest screen success in England today, "The Sound Barrier" with Sir Ralph Richardson and Ann Todd. Mr. E. A. Goldberg, supervisor of London films for Latin America is at present on a visit to Trinidad en route to Caracas, Venezuela, during his visit h said that "London films" is one of the most Important film producing companies In England today. Its president is the well known Sir Alexander Korda. who produced such world famed movies as 'That Hamilton Womun. "Four Fealhcis" "Sanders of the River" "Thief of Bagdad" etc. Mr. Goldberg further stated that the cinema public in Ttinidnd will soon see some of the latest Korda productions. Asked to menlion a few he named the fa •Cry the Beloved Country" with Canada l.ee and Cedrlc Connor British and General Film Distributors Ltd. of Trinidad are now in active negotiation for these British films In this territory. ADVOCATE BRIDGE by a %  *" &f J if T i VAKllt fit MII Jin: i O a 5 a I I I I 1 I Th* d**rl MI vim homt Rupri: an Sisshouldci indrfd t rrsseart." U, ihjn SSJF 1 hivt t ri cil.rd. Huixri ii myiiiUd. "Plri.*. -h. do you m.jn?" hr nh.. 'Crou itsli rai buii*rN>M?" Iht o!d Pioitiio' im.'ri tiuirily. Listening Hours rRIDAY NOVEHBIR 1. IMS •S—LIB p -i — %  Mm II SIM 4 SO pin Thr Nm. 4 10 p m Dslly S#.vicr. 4IS pm. ChailW i i. IT. In All Direction* > M BglsaSM Hlr*u. I I) p n Shaw* '! %  *_ • W p m Merchant Navy %  rasssaa, s is p m Dante Hash p m Cotonirl CommanUH*. S S Ipoiu Round tip and Krosismi %  de. 1 H pm The New*. 1 10 BSSSM Newrrora BrlUin vis— IIM pa. — ajunss. T II p m In Town Temiahl, 1 *S p m Spam Review. II) pm Radio New-rr*l. I M p m Caeesr and Clrcpalra. 10 OS p m The Newa. 10 IS p m Tiom !. %  .. %  BdllOilale, 10 II p m Thr Debst* CaallBSSSS10 SO p m Variety ranlar. M. Harrison \,r.. Do lrr Wr-^l. l.ame sJL N. t K S %  • 4 3 : KUIS K J -• i I • ?! till Nort!, Imd u, i.er V. %  '. %  -men i %  :,'. uri tlih li.'.nd Hum ih* i-ui 14 Baser a fr^iVH'nal CJiamp'onship %  %  m o! i icrtrd to U;ii~lc In ';. i* the sEodarata Spade A nnal i-ontr.i. i %  K it itkidt \t mii' i A] :p w>-(r. W I w K (•hltlrd to " SOT I TWO SiN\des. two ll.i.' [ mood and s cvub iiiefe : Two Cluh Or, ii and i.ad .i icrriMs '.im. In a nnai eon Club) doub'-d r-^t .ei e/x and ruffed tht i oi [i • • '.: Wast won and North lulled w A K infl folloued -i h \ icMHog p fUth trick lo We • %  *•> ; v a penally oi 8oo b M IIM fl T, Hrcauaa PM In n in-' |ilr i UK 31 U Jtlt Si U'anaerl—Don' I loo much and you mill b* hapM .-In Jn r Shram app'reiatr Ih binalnai we ar* iianled dally •w Bwlilla. and (mile. II I I i i *.. psuaait I I.I -I g ILSPI Krrp udsc in important ilakei The Bun ijour Sisn %  plane!) aaya alee -r-ih m lakini orTrner %  "Mull needlpealy. \i I.I -.T %  i. -i i .. •!!• %  i rs iVbgsi TotMlenee malleri wlae'.y. bul do not >'"Tiproaa Ihem inraugh blaaed thoughta •t.n **lt'>*iufl*d prarlKe*. a .e*l haiard -> rriniii M u o< roaia M i ism Ttila day INM lowatd iwih-ci ol Ihoee < all mflllera thai flly are vital parti Von can cneek lh-1 Irand tt.ough Ubfa'a adoquacy IM %  •iiniK tl la son nm it l l iif j IM Sony, but Ptoci.>iii%..in>iv ih.t drmon of delav. la inrraltmii* asain. So—grl Mmlad promplly and Keep a al-*ady, bul not ftralnlns pocr. Pon'l leatl ItOTBalBaBl TI la DKIMIMI %  ^.imi.im -AM toe aaalHnnt* where you %  houid and do your own work aa •Wy aa you know how. The.e M more konrfli in a capably conducted day than appeor* lo many. "• t U JANlrAStT II i..'i Bora) He opociaiiy auapirious aspects fot your Sn 1 I BotueSI 1% |oln| Ir a flue roiinauimiiin thr Mh. and Sth. Wik h.im. don't 'I any down feeling /^Digestive Upsets After esteBiiee research, De Witt's LaMtatones have f ogDced De Witt's Antacid ablets, aew companionKKluct to theu lenowned iwder. They are the mot convenient WIT of check.ng digestive diaoiuersawiy lions home. No water rtqulr*d~ jost dusolee one or two on the longM lo* fiivmpt rtlief anyu-htrt. Pleasant tatting De Witt's Antacid Tablets are sepaiatelj itll-sialtd for freshness. In hands tear-off strips for pocket er handbag. Standard Site, 24 Tablets. Economy Sue. 60 Tablets. Atrgg ANTACID TABLETS No • taded U\-t cm-d stfiywhsrs — CasUassssj [ • for hoews wo— &f Meee-a Hn eaaslly ehs-dfcy • Oukkly SMtbei DWITT'S £,£* ANTACID turn****** POWDI Hoi.* Walrheisi Kills |„ BAYI-KY Bollon Lane las nolMnl ahoiild low ] Simbllloni Thai* la ( i you will know il linm III ?l la VASM-n S IPlMaai Br careful aboul Impreaalona. be Ihoushlful in lhr hill* Ihinga. don'i in ..nyoue lell you that you "canT" do a thing If you mink you can. YOU BORN TO-DAV: Venal lie. arium .."iimxiua. and will aeiare ; tour knouledsr and ataela along lh< -.aK'OM roau You '.e heln HI( ,-opl*. arhseviiif ll.e unusust. And yon I i.in do that, t-o BBUoy quM4 prriudl 0/, bul yoksT eerelea> roukt I v.ell be an active epoet ihiaWi brim *ni >iu iiushi esc*' .nllaader He's All ManIn the Ring or Anvwhere IRON MAN A Universal Picture Starring Jeff Evelyn CHANDLER KEYES Stephen McNALLY with Rock Hudson :o: Joyce Holden at the PLAZA BARBAREES-lDIAL 5710) OPENING TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. & Continuing Daily Extra Spade -•COOLEY & His BAND The fashionable Vermouth THE r ray TO FORGIT THEIR PASTS. J in exotic, exciting Macao, port of tin and shady dealings! GLOBE. TODAY 5 8.3t p.m. AND CX>NTIMJNG In letters of Ore VICTOR llt'OO wrote inImpawlnned story, la scenes of fury 29th Century Fo recreate* the despair and faith, hale and love, misery and triumph af oaw> of the world's rreateat navels — DONT MISS IT -•-,-•": NEW SHIPMENT OF GENTS SHOES (iENTSSUEDE SHOES — Ski Pattern. Fancy Stitched Uppers. Metal Studs. COLS.: Green. Brown, Blue GENTS' BROWN SUEDE BROGUES GENTS.' TAN & BLACK CALF SHOES Medium Weight $14,118 GENTS' TAN & BLACK CALF DERBY SHOES Black Avon Rubber Soles GENTS' TAN & BLACK CALF SHOES Wide Shape ALL WELL MADE, AND MODERATELY PRICED $13.77 $14.IS $10.51 4 $I0.3 $11.25 NEW YORKER SHIRTS (DRESS) NEW YORKER SHIRTS (SPORTS) COLS.: Cream. Beiiie, Blue and White HOT SHIRTS — EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS — LONG SLEEVES RELIANCE SPORTS SHIRTS Plain Cols. — Porous Knit Small Size Large Size ROBERT MITCHUM I JANE RUSSELL WILLIAM BENDIX e4fACA3M) TODAY 2.M. 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. It Continuinf Daily 4.45 & 8..TO p.m. Extra Special;— Leon KRROL in "ONE WILD NIGHT" PLAaZA THEATRES BK11K1FTOWN lOSSl %  > %  •• NOW ll.W.M. : 30 4U ft l pi. 1 Conlmulni Dally i BAftBAKEKS OISTIN IPUl SITS! 4alpm. 4 41 and S 30 |> n> and ...ntim.lnB dall) Warn*.. Aclioit Thrlllii L'NtVr.ltSAI. PrrtenU I WAS A 4 11MMI \t%J Jefl Fv.i-i. roa Tilt: rniCIIANULEK KKN-TS FranK LOVUOV %  %  SIS MAIS Sat SpKlal 1 10 p m hi HUM -Ah(u: SPAKE COOUtY Jonn I.EAI. and %  *t sr-ci ist p.m K-blakaaaaf Tasaa" HI \ _Charle aTAHIIFTT On* AUTHV MidmtP Specul Sal. and raiM 1 .1 ikepLAOfl 1 .1 KHJ.Y ^nd Mnntf 11A IX. IH M. 1 IP III) %  Ol Kit*' U 1AIHI i II Milt., be!-. HOC'KWBIJ. %  IIAVor BirrAio Sun. A Man 111 A "eAWTINl. IMS BILL I'tOIU. MITM -IN 5 >i*l (AKsiV i TsaPU TBOI III I PIMHI II ll SSt TODAY r.:;n A S.30 .n,i ( ONTIM'ING DAILY — 4.45 A S.10 T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE PHONE: : %  : 4220 SB* MONSTER STAGE SHOW TOMORROW MIDNIOHT (12 0 Clock) At V—r fc.„ I4W, |,| OKI Ki'aturipg : REX HARRISON Jamaica's fy.-l.. stunt Bldw Peats ..nt .I ti.i, \> ,,ri.i THE MIOHTY TERROR Maidae?a Kiaf ol Caljrpao %  LIMJIM Sapef l>u|..-r Tap D 8EN0RITA BELORAVE Raamba Dancer rsapoDalble f..r ih heat wave MUSIC by C B (Count) BROWNE and 0RCH. CANADA DRY STEEL BAND ON 8TAOE EREE PEEE 300 IcedFroien CANADA DRY Bevarafes Pit 20c; Circle 30c. House 40c; Balcony 0c; Box 71c. .<*mm nBj • ncMRD DENNING %  **,>*** %  >, i.aojs*-r^i,niraaie-ia!isiiiiniiiiiiu:rci!i KXTRA Shurl FUN AT Tilt ZOO nd I.A I list NFWS REEL TODAY TO MONDAY — .3t V 8,li Cvlambla's 8aar Double MICHAEL OEBRA RENNIE • PAGET ROBERT EDMUND NEWTONGWENN niKIASIDNEl ItSlUhi CRIPPLE CREEK .GEORGE MONTGOMERY •wUe Boo* Jam CwtlaM• Kaaaliaa; %  numaann %  > %  ,•, %  — AND — MY TRUE sromr Stsrrlnf Helen WALKER — Willard PARKF.U TUT AMAZING STORY OF AN AMAZING WOMAN



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PAGE six BAJUADOS ADVOCATE FUDAY, NOVEMBOt 7, IMt CLASSIFIED ADSp A WNBROKING SALE Five Year Plan THANKS WTMUW. letter, u* randoln I till RENT HlMl BoeS Dr^w. 0. I bettroemi V* 4 4 Dial %  I II n •lame* III M l.i rAIUWAV SN.II. plinl. W.lrrmlll .up,' U t-aanMrif h-'IN I OK SAl I AUTOMOTIVE I HP IS41 mod.. g PM HH la* ami Sunday -1 II M in ELECTRICAL ILCCTHIC LIGHTING It-ANTS— I 1! KVA cm#UM SB ISO Volta 1 Plxi. AC Mtl Petrol engine -Dial Ml*. Canadian. T •ipurl. ,o-fcr, Htilt •5 f""' .. .11, ft ear | ICE Dial I HI BJQgftATOSI i tvador of U 5 A aUnui guarantee J c II n NCTTHAVEN Full* furntahad 4-badroom bauee. Cnw coart Double Carafe S ee*anl room. l-iM,n pleat water mill eagply Monthl, !" nl fTSblae IN ADVAKCR I 3 11*1 II UVESTOCK and CART Appl, clMniM tharte. MECHANICAL MftnATf Baa n.u nn.lM-ai Man w:i Coeii r--- lurn.aliee irwluattna %  and Tl>hon trim Dee-enbar onward. r *i mfOftnain di.l o3MT • II In OKVKKS Uro.J 1 eel DW &f •II *% -vii :n IIU-P >-f; IADY With thorough fifii %  Oeaira* pmltlon Boa KB Co i. Adveil..n Department YOVHO UADV With general lacretatial wort dMM poaltlon Boi 1_M Aevenlimg Depart m*"! MISCELLANEOUS JLIVRTI M Ml Typewriter* la froaa Slock la virlom <> vm aa follow* %  IS—t la. >11M Kl.I.ANEOl'S AMEHA On* Zem u and Compoi Ra Witr, Contort Mr Shannon. CAMrRA — On* M M Movie Fllii lea* in Mood ec Ball and Howl. .. SpoitMrr WiU. vdition. with raar treat Contact Mr -1 II SS—Sri THE following pledges will be sold at auction bv order o( The PawnbrokinR Company Per A E Tavlor Ltd.. Coleridge Street. The sal*will be held at our auction loom 111 High Street) on the 11th day of November. 1952. at 12.30 p.m. Any pledge may be redeemed by paying the interest due thereon up to the day of Sale I'll, of Fledge IM* Juiy 10 Ai II., 15 Oct. 12 Nov. 16 Dec 20 t*6J6 t!77
-..v|. TO in l t.AS RANGSV-Ona gee three or two me. Ran|o Apply C B Brandlcad. lea Bright HV*J1 P*"W>a ••*. I I'KlGin good condition ANNOUNCEMENTS CXM1BITION olJPalntlni* and Shallwork by Hn J M Poratrr. palnlrntTr b* Nan Kendall, at Barbado* Mua.um raar Savannah! Jtov tth-SMh dail : %  %  % %  %  v Sunday* ISpm U t p n> lllll llr IM % %  H \orn>> NOTICE Tl.a .nlrlaa for lha Poultry and Picrana .liviiion* will Intakan by Ml Brn Edward*. Jonaa %  flwan PTO,tucU'B'ahouia, Hlnck Straat T.'Tll TV H H O-NPAIRaeraUry rHr ai'tiAH iNiukt-ar Attaint Tl MAI. nAVH ACT. U Ta lN< rtvdllar* haldlni •paatall* lira B|Blri>t II......'.. ind .rl-. ( , II. no llaa*, |L Prlrr TAKE NOT1CF. Ihat apg lha TYualt-^ of (ha above Planlallon. rabout 1r obfa.n a loan of IliHO and*' thr pro vliluna of thy annvr Act alalnat (i %  aid Planiattona, m ratnart ol lha Am. cull-.ral rear ir.a i.. IW 'm hai bant nlrradv bortowad In raapavt of lucn yoar p.itrd 0>ll Ttti . Lain LaRua. Roart Wild and Thrilling Weatorni and i-r.v othan at II cU and M CU. oarh Alio Trua Story. T-ua Homancoa, Trvia DataaUvw. Etc Etc Ncli rach SHanwai Store. Lucai Strart -1 11 SS-an A[,r May n 24 25.. 2 8. 5.. 17 121 ?A M 1.. 1GXNM 10454 10SJ .10455.. .10610 lttOJ.. 16614 10677 11122 11141 11154 11257 11270. 11355 lilao %  ISM 11423 11403 11576 11610 11666 .11745 Two gold linger rings (Jn gold linger ring '>>• gold watch chain One gold necklace Iwo gold nngcr rttLfi >n gold lingei rUi* ..One gold flnirr nun One gold watch l>10U2i cbain. une penknife one gold finger ring one gold finger ring ou gold linger ring one gold watch No. MB and k-v one gold nn-a-r ring one witch owl broken ,me e1866 eI H i Wm, M,chmc One gold nngei nng tflw gold finger ring (>ne gold[linger ring. 2 gold link* One gold nn-pN rU.g. one gold watch atrap • MM gold necklace, one gold ring One grid miger ring, 2 earrings aut silver bangles. One gold watch 28122. One gold ringer ring <*ie Valkyrie Ladies' Bicycle without fenders and hand HTIDI Two gold finger rings ^ One gold nnger ring One gold linger ring One Hopper Bicycle One Sliver cup One gold Anger rinji Two gold ringer rings One gold finger ring Two gold Anger rings h a minuet as Itemised he Five Year Plan, he would say t was Just a waste of lime. He i nought it io be bad economic, .linning Shaking on tome of the HsRu n me Plan, Mr Williams aaicl wetr some schemes | neniioned under the Peasants .oan Bank which should not be here., He said that on Pige 25 under lie head "Minor Handlcrafta" :hey would read "The report of he Minor Handicrafts Commiii-c has recently been wcetved ,nd U being examined. The •immlttce recommends the aailjlMlfant of a Central Organi.| sation to supervise the develop-, merit of such handicrafts a* basketry snd coral stone work. It isi also recommended that the Bar-' badoe Publicity Committee bei asked to conalder setting up ami i tinning mall shops for the sale i.l local handicrafts on the Bagas not paid because'. >IM[r Wharf and at Sea well, and' hai if this proposal is acceptable i ihrm, mat Government make he n ui ins r y sites available and that a grant be made to the Pub-.1 icily Committee to erect and es-| tablish Ihe shops An amount of. 150.000 has been included in thisl plan lo Anance any schemes which may be accepted by Gov-1 ernment". He wondered whwt Mi beime of those enteirrirmf aM ladies who used lo sit down and. knit and sent woollens overseas to keep servicemen warm during | the winters of the war years. He said that it seemed to him' thai the member* of the Publicity Committee had certain racial | discriminations and he thought it wrong to give that Committee 550,000. New Offices 11756 One gold Anger ring !1S( HSIiTMA* TRBK DECORATION*. A LABOt TABfITT Wlllhg at a * dlaeount lor caah i auli L Baylay. Roltoa latna AERSOL FXYBPRATa an>** quick daaUl to PUaa, Moaqultoa*. •ckroach. obtainable from all laadin. oraa In two aliaa IS or SSM. S 01 R OtAI IJHOS %  Truttaoe PACXER -Attorndy. T 11 as—an LIQUOK UCENSE NOTICE The application of Gaorgr Carter .hofkaap-r of Bbck Sl'aal holder ol T .qnm Ijrenta No OS of 1S5J grant-1 gRgaajp Touaaix In raapacl unlow Lan^ M. Mtenaa, for parmtaal*< t,. ,...id Uiqii'it l.wanaa at • S-atorewall bAUIdtna. at No 1*. R-*„ c i. mreat cm Dated I I NovanaV-r IfA atrala tnM -A CARTER for Applicant aaptffation "III be *wk •tad at a l.lrefiertg Cotirt lo be betd lollce Court DIU'Wt the 11th day of-Bovr O'clock, am — %  tii'irrrni MondPolce Maglitii Hi" IM ill ii HAMMM REAL ESTATE Si M-rh..i %  poiitan 1-.H line ntal (ll'ERTY One proeH: I U Sn .-..btli -"I and .1I.H-C tnd bth I SaST TllllanTtAITOW—Dalka Flat* near the Sat p m Ml** O %  premiere SIT1 lh Road. In U-' innah Apply tAUCTION red I i M.UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I aaU r OX I Motor Bui C*, Ltd Nelaon St i&O A—d Auilin Pickup iDatnaged cident' Sola at 1 pm Ta nna Ca ah VIKCENT oRirrrrM mxER runNrnjar POLJBH— U rumlture Pollak, I Ce ltd Dial I rtTLLXR COMBS Ledlea and Oant. Ctmba Apply H P Chaeamar. S. Co Dial SSSl I II M—Sn One gold finger ring One .old chain, pendant compass %  quare 11834 One flat gold bangle %  I!*** Two f"ld finger rings, two silver beapaa !iH 2 ne old nn t* r iif .11006 Two gold links !?2* 2*" old finger ring 12154 Two gold Anger rings %  %  •* "e fold Anger rlnf 1JWJ one gold Anfer ring 12241 One gold Anger ring 1 "' Two gold Anger rings 12371 One gold finger ring 124e One gold finger ring ,2 8 P" e ld fln * r rin f w h stone '2450 One gold finger ring 12487 One gold finger ring 1-4H Or* gold finger ring 1*5" 3n <*nger Sewing Machine han. die grip broken No 649686 AB Oct. 22 12717 One gold finger ring .. 51 11TB One gold necklace Nov I 13U4 One gold finger ring but some oecas' Unles* a foot Is put down on thea< Iblasji H WNSBRVI hippen all lh • Nline Trealed Badly Th%  Is a MalrorT;i: eial Hospital who has been treating thr nurses extremely hidly lit; understood that one day tome *l nt.r.es w-nl without lunch and include.! was a nurse who wa tag Bfergery with a doctor. On gotnj I" the dormitory she inet the Mati<>n who told her that she (-•Aiki m.t n-vr take**. The nurse printed oui that he was In the Surgery and could not leave before the operation was concluded and the Mitiun after refusuig to let her get lunch used Insulting language on the back of it An other caae was reported to him where a nurse at the Mitenilly Ward was not paid as she could get away because she was looking after a mother in labour. This nurse she was a bit late. "This Matron at the Hospital was treating Ihe girls like pigs and it would be a good step lor something to be known about these people before they are given these posls in the iland^". Mr. Mottle? said. Mr. Mottley continued: "If .-.m.-thing in wrong with ihis MlIron oi -he ha* g dislike for. or cai.not gel on wiih our coloured wi.men in the Hospital, let her leave this islind because as long as there are complaint* he will be^i.using hell on the floor about In England a doctor on duly ;.t n Hospital had to be there for a period of hours and he Is there to work. But at the General Hospital a doctor cannot be found when one is wanted. "Put down all the beds and if you have a bad itaff you are still m the dsrk." Mr. Mottley said. Public Interested In concluding his speech Mr Mottley appealed to members of the House and also to the Leader of the House and said that the public of Barbados were uch concernei the Five Year plan. Thousands When you tienl aspirin belter take a OISPRIN There are times when all women need aspirin. It is then that the advantages of %  Disprin sre fully spprccisted. Because it dissolves,' Disprtn enters the system more rapidly, rmrtging relief quickly snd without the likelihood of gastric ditturbance DISPRIN' to relieve pain rMkajcU-ruwIMri. Ate* ** ifc. —— fi M. I. S. OARRA*AV IO, BrM Ottff unttm • PakMto .W DITTO.' .. II.. .. 21 .lune 1.. .. SI lulj J .. II.. .. ia 27.. A.u. 17. Sp. I. I. .. 12. .. IS. 22 .. 2 WIUI ic.rd lo N.w OOn, %  nd Parliiimcnl Buildiiuf" when. mV*f ,,: 2" """"*< Ihn. oddilion.1 ofllce .ccommodal.,,,, should be provided forthwith. AT the same lime Government prolESK '" orwl Mw P"rllamem oaroaao. were verr u U ,'i'"T ** "" %  eropoMd in rned and laMrarMU JS" ..^ "^'"" J* ' •"•"ear Plan. Thound. "S.* 1 S?""" J~> * !" ire bitterly opposed to the Plan ruLLDt RHliHinca — Dram pipe. rul,.lor. Milk n. M'R-bv Rol.l*. Toll.1 Mi. Plooi Rerub. Rut and Floor, Tooth. Olaaad TUJS Whll.. Pink. Blu* and ..•. AI*o good quality a.* (l.lmlud ihM. In Bit. 7fl and 811 Enqvilra mio Tyr. CO.. Trnlaiiar and Spry i.Hia Phona MM l.tl o*-t-fn itoOa Dally T'l.f'a.b %  nfiand'a loadina Dolly Nawipapar no .r.ivmc m Uaibadoo by Al. ~* lay. ally, publication -p.aanUlly T.I. ._• onlp o tow .a London Contort Advoret* To.. Ltd Loeoi SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC ID C.rli.lf B.y %  Cilia M Amberlaek Mac Erne Imlth. D'Ortac. Marlon Belle Wolfa. Eveidcna. Sunahlna R.. C-cU, raau, Prancae initD Maasa v.Mali f. 6 Radar. Daer wood. Jeikim Kobem Sch. Bunihlna It M loni, from I Unique, undei Captain H Peter*. Con %  411 ia. m ton*, from Brlilih Captain E Phillip. cn Schooner Owner*A..o UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By o*MtTtCUoni rareived from the inturaiKe Co I w.ll aell on Fttday Til. al Slaaari CbvUea Garage ltd Pin'I •treat •!> ISS0 Itillman MM-Dam-. Ml accident. Term. Caih ga la at I l> I VINCF-S-T niiirnti, Atteuamaat Rolt-x W'j.trh'H LOCI8 L. BATLET Balton Lane %  sned iBBBkm, MV. Daerwood. M ton*, from Luda. under Captain J Nellaon C< ilgnad to Ihe Schooner Owner*A. clatMa DIPABTCRBB 8J1. Calnmbie for Trinidad *S Oraniaetad lor Madeira th. Turtle Dove tor Trinidad Seawell ABSIVALS BT IK 14 STM NOVEMBER rr.a, Trlaldad ; R. W. E Johnaon. u Bennett Thoraa. M Korbtn C (littat.*. % 6) R BKaaSe A Care* C -*~-te*aa_ weaka. s H Ldalla. A rra.npt.1,. V Lawla k jthwall. J Bouthwall A. Houthanyll 0 South-ell a. Souiiiwatl 1. Korgtu. i Weber. J Weber. I DavU. C. O'lSaal %  lCUthbert. A W S.lenn. J AMa inOtaaada Benjami jtggf %  f.h SOVtilTITJI W Orare. E -. ' %  el.hall. 1 I Urnan. i V.irtuxJ. I KeUhall. Black man M Watoan I MI n Ki, Kln. BW I A t. .. II n_ii,.,,i. i rt T. ...i..i Da Oaion, 1 A.lle*-Mlqtiallr I. PigletAeld I.renal* r, M.yar.. M Oevon. A %  lah, T DelYeitai tie I. 1-iriMf, M J Brticc. A Bruce NOVEMBER I. Barrett, E Voohrtnga I >.-y.le. Ma)or M MglvtlH Par raerta C i: Taylor. CD Squlraa. a Cummlnfi. J Wrtur, D W-eer. O Sutherland. S s.,.r--n !" r. E.tgh'11 s sMehtii w S%vr.i,^r. O Ming. J Roue*. D Steed *'"" L -Aeedm-in 11... II... .. 15... Dec S .. 16... a. 16.. .. 22. .. 26.. 11118 Jan. 2 .. ,. 17. .. .. 22 Feb. II ., 20... 25 .. 25... ,. 21 %  • Mar. 1 : it:: P* {:: „ u.. .. . H.. Ma; .. 1J. ,. 11 .. II.. June 8.. 11.. July 1.. :' io: HOT. tl.. Dee. tl INI Jen. t Feb. II Mar. 2 I2M1 One gold finger ring 12M1 .12172 12854 I1M1 12II0 1*022 1J0J9 130*0 .11114 lttll urn .11411 ..IM .IM*) 1MII 11501 .11540 1S5N .11*71.,. 1M7I ts7it .11711.. 11711 11141 II .. .One gold finger ring .One gold finger ring One gold finger ring . .Two allver bangle*, uni ring o gold bangles %  gold finger ring igold finger ring r ..On ...On ment Houie ground! whicli told them"that IttibScnSij hSS pro i V ', d ,!„"' r "" ,w '"'wovfd do the island no good In ,m„* ,Jl ? 1 "-".' "-2-nWW th.^mailer and the reioluUon (•"'„"„ ~ ^L'"""!.. nd " moved by the Leader of the Hotue SJ2 L t W ,Bc "Thi. woul.. I no. be p.aed „, h „ ['^"1^^ "££££ %  " W Public Build-, Government Departmenu for which ofllces are It preaent rented. The amount ..•< tastier snacks bu. there were man, which they pTtm^uX 1 "., 0 .. ould liisagree with. There were prop kimed .it certain n and there are methods of taxation to carry out these proposals. The plan is one for live years. Rakheij than ssy he had agreed with the -rvanI( principle* of the proposals he would say that they should agree "pmvemer,^ 5*tffii V !" *. "timat of the cost of the new buildingbased on three times the 183*. estimate of cost*." aid that Government 'ere just given inand under the I Colman's Mustard 4en"< T v OARRAWAV A CO. grideanvo* crease, in iy .nai ine> .nould agree abovementlnr.^ ... X. with many of the recommende"J^" If !" BJ", "j %  ** ."r were Uon. of the propoMl, "on, of 1^^. *"'" "** %  •I think I have dUcharged my Si ?..'"?' %  K duty to the laland and ttmytU. !" 'n!!.." ^_ ,h 5>' !" ud pui SHIPPING NOTICES but I lutloi • hen it l< connldered that iUtm for more wealthy than Barba:::11::::::::: I*,--. 14646.. 14064 .14166. 14226.. ... 14256. 14268 .14386 .15062. One gold finger ring One gold finger ring One gold finger ring .One gold chain-swivel broken One gold finger ring One gold Anger ring One gold finger ring One gold necklace k heart . One gold necklace It pendant One gold finger ring One gold finger ring One gold finger ring .. One gold finger ring Two gold finger rings One Hercules bicycle . One gold finger ring rii' gold finger ring .tine gold finger ring One gold finger ring One gold finger ring tne gold finger ring, one old brooch one gold bangle One gold linger ring One gold linger ring One gold finger ring (ine gold finger ring One gold finger ring ine gold finger ring, one fold necklace i heart One gold bangle pinning men down, Mr. "- ^-AffiSttft Mr. L. A. William. .), SZ b, 5 !" u" 1 '! ,1 thai aa Five Year Plan wa. no-I -h !" ,. !£..£?•. .".. B "1o. thing but a retrenchment pi There were proposals in the, dog Sff-^Ve-wLgWjfeto** lira, that „ .eemed tha, be. j reSJrd "Zl&.nTZ S£ a. member of th. governing should be commended ^5u„£.'.i thoughl th.t u,. 1 ,d and „, did „ o nee'' n lv V B.r" other p.r*,n. ,7 m ? ,h,,u,d n,>1 < %  •lo t h ; Mr. WUllama then warned He felt it wo. Oovernmenl that he would never to see In thi May 2. June 25 July 20.... Aug. II. .. ., 10 „ n ... Oct. If.... „ n ... .. 14 ... Dec. I .... 1IW Jan. 1. .. 11 feb, II. Feb. It.... Mar. 15 **::: May I July 10 .. II .. 10. Oct.... NOT. 1. 1W1 Jan. 1 . Feb. 11 alar. J.... Mar. It... May 1.. . June I.... ,. U.... .. 27.... 29 . July 12.... '.'. 14.' . July 10... Aug. 14... Sep. I.... „ 17.... Oct. I.... .15100 Four gold Brooches, one gold necklace 4 cross 15373 One gold Chain, one compass .. 15407 One gold finger ring, one gold chain (broken and tied no bar, 2 Nuggets . 15022 One gold necklace and cross 158*0 one gold bangle 15M1 one gold necklace 10015 Two gold finger rings 1000* one gold finger ring . 101t7 One gold linger ring 10354 Ont gold finger ring 10302 Two gold linger rings 1634* One gold Anger ring 10514 One gold bangle 10511 One gold finger ring 1170* Two gold finger nags 11711. "tie fold finger ling 117*1 One fold finger ring imi 'e fold finger ring !• One fold bsuupe 17*10 i we atinger bewmg Machine %  o 0727114I 17*7* One u.gv Sewing Machine Wo TMItl IftN Hie gold linger ring 17117 me fold bangle 171*1 we (Ud Ka*er ring I7*M one gold finger ring 17W7 TWO (eld finger rings, one gold I7U* ..I7M .1. .itun. .imi. M m 'ke g'^d btangW Osta gRild riatdllace OBe fold bangle one gold Watch and case side sr Ho. 4J067 (broken) cme gold finger ring • me gold finger ring One gold bangle Two gold finger rings One gold bangle One gold Dangle ,... %  One gold bangle On* gold watch. No. 81082 i bezel—no crystal One gold necklace One gold finger ring One gold finger ring One Sovereign One gold Chain and pendent. 2 Qold finger rings. BRANKFR. TROTMAN CO., Auctioneers. No. 17, High Street, I, ... *" "'"' n woo d ncv *<" U' see in the Plan in his We vote for the Plan. He. additional beds"! couldqult* appreciate the spend• tn as welcome sign provisions foi new kitchen. :•-*> g ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. SAILINt, PBOM EITBOrS M S NEBTUK 14th November, IfoB s BOBKOOP. II tt Hovembar. ISM l-.sSIX nth Nuvf-tbtr lM M S Wrtmel 1 -W %  Ml IM. TO il-.lMIMM rAMAMARIIIO AND lil.ll-.ll 1,1 IAKA '. .s COTT1CA. ITth NnvembeISM \l S NESTOH. nth .November. 1SU VLUaBL 19th December. 1SU M S 6TENTOH. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBEB J. 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE House Spend Seven Hours On Five Year Plan Discussion Continues This Afternoon Speaking under the bead education waa accessary for reh s*BtUM — Natural Gas CorporaOnament iton." he said taat it was true He was not talking o( a that there should be such provisecondary school in each parih t>ut he flr-t wanted to see That m foolishness, but there not n :tt class Mr Uottlcv Ejected to the and ..rged thai ihe peoplY should thn Leader of the House go The House of Assembly concluded the fourth day of Bl ian <* *"d clear up the good Micha*.. debate u„ the Tip Yea, Plan of Capital Work, and TaxaJg-f, £•*£ £ ^ cCe^^t^tnma,"^ uon yetetday. sitlinn for another seven and a half hours. Barb-do* had really come about parliament building.and the cloae to 90.000 people in St. W '•">• mor T R *"* here should bo * he known w1 • ,a "" nou ,; ing at concerned he would ad**it tor the development of %  eaa. He has been hearing much I ill Mr The debate will be resumed this evening at 4 o'clock when through then giving Gulf a con$750,000 it would cost that he wabow; money people hive to pay Mr. R. G. Mapp will continue to speak on the fiscal procession and not the British Union, sorry that when it was started „, r0 m | rovuflnf potaU contained in the memorandum. Agra*. WHh Action -V" e L *l dy d,d nw do H Uke Guy mc*ey for swing rhau doctenwaa Cra w mil ,h„ i„, mouons Mi. Mottley btiefly recaosluHe kad the House not to !"!" \_ _. _. nol good enough fa Barn, infts. l„. adjouriunenl on two prelated hi* tegument on Ian Tue*make any mistake as to what he The Honourable member mt|ht n viuus occasions, won last night's day. and contended that the thought about the granting of **T •*• had to go to Erdidon or Jioul' be lo train %  notion that the House adjourn method of Uxatum proposed -was the cone lesion. He agreed with Harrison Colletie to be able to I I Until 4 pin., today by on 11 7 "ot only for tne immediate future, the Government giving Gulf. He ,Pa *' n English, but that was not Sp< iking of the Hospital. majority. An attempt by Mr. E. D. but Bo can) On "this top heavy would say. loo tkat he was of the *"**• Mottl" said that he waa glad Mottley to amend the motion for administration" which had been opinion that Barbados waa no ltuv tht L bour Party • hi-ce n prtn sssV par the adjournment was ruled out of tnruM upon them. man than a glorified exowu c *** m '-rnpaMPi'ii*: and work ai oth" • 100 bed* i>ul he order, while a suggestion front Ur MotUey warned thn, there cosonv He would defv the Leader in ln u Jon %  P^P"? had been afraid hat .ill rt mist be relnnehn.ei.t „, the form trf lh Ho4 .„ -w,. r.r,v+m* *t tha** 1 < K* 1 oMf he would OeBet'I Hospital rfearl.er ..ml too. ., the Sa£l ^^m*rtil I I "•'" *' S"u| especiall, He I fa I lhal emplyjeesof Gov-ernment -^ „^ '^tr^nTc^itra^ '" '' ned.atelv. given by some oH-cial m the ****'*]* "'Cir children and w, Colonial omee. _• %  *" %  u> £*/ f,,r d V m ( He could not agree wnii the u,e t*overrou*nt *"*" "" >f Clover ruiieiil and !" ,w -M thai Cover m had admit,,ut '" %  '" led that Mi the Department Q Highways Tr.uirpon thrv %  •(. not getting an honest day's Mr. A. E. S. Lewis that the House adjourn until Doon today went Unnottred. Wlien tn. .nUi.mii was taken, the VotliiK went .is follows Atrs— Mr. L. E. Smith. Mrs. E. E Bouine: Mi F Y vlillcr. Mr. H. G. Mapp. Mr C E. Talma; Mr. E. Holder; Mr T. O. Bryan; Mr. F. L. Walcott Mr. G. H. Adams; Dr. H. G. Cummins, and Mr. M. K COX. Nsea: Mr A. I Mr. W. A Crawford; Mr. J. I Ifottlay; M V. B. Vaughan; Mr. O. T. Alldei Mr B. D. Mottley and Mr. Walcott. Taking part In yesterday's de""""Jr .PS"" 1 *' Bnd '""wrted %im pu_ N „ w ofBccs bate were Mr. F. I). Mottley who that Civil Servants should -stand Xhanumt %  poke for another 3 hours, a total work il1 830 am " ord lo co P*" ran hours; Mr. L. A. Williams, *>" ,n, %  volume of work, rnther Mr J C. Mottley and Mr. R. C, %  have a aarvk* which rusCSM" Mapp who was still the adjournment. Members who a|| aid thought that Government trader aaying that at the apshould go throuRh the adminispropriate uroe he would clear up tration with a pruning kiufe the good name of Barbados. WrMreve* there am %  depurtmei t What was more, when it came to from which they were not jfcttuiK dealing with the British Govbaosfll, iinnient, party ot no party. l" e y He said he did not sec Ihr ar^ujiiouUl preaent a united front i x ment in comparing the Civil Ser"Now 1 come to vice of Barbados with that of der one of the to build a secondary school mstead of parliament building, there were hundreds of parents who would be willing to pay $10 a term to educate their child. And M waa placed m the nv.->e..i |.i.ni If they did not have lo \at until •v five ye.ir-' time lo [>l the Hospital Ha had b/ ard i ( ii tun if course free secondary edura, lt „. MB was beyond what a place nJiUarr v "nat T^l'** B* 1 **** could afford. He next dealt with irrlgaUon Tht %  uoted Government's stateHospital •i cat* -f .' ;>atient at the Hospital who I'd had an operation for %  had ad out of his bed the lavatory When he l,, InbOd he found that i :,it i>> anotiiai ho had Just bean btuugstl osities in still remain to take part in the debate are Mr. K. K. Walcott; Mr. Building. You ha 1750,000 to build ofhees and buildings, i cannaatklna *t situled 'taxing peoph OUl Of^xll' l l relieve the Honourable Senior ,,TJ.r !" K tence." Member for St. Joseph ai. Leader "**< ,f lhc Government could ^ K^ing agricultural land-_of peasment m the Memorandum that "Il is hoped that, aa a result of research and experiment work for which $500,000 has been provided, economic methods of imuf this colony and include Highway! And runs port awaki J."A.~Haynes'; Mr. M. E.Cox; Dr. Diverting his atMnUrtl lo th.pcopl. H. O. Cummins: Mr. T. O. Bryan; Department of Highway., and hat. Transport. Mr Mottley said "It w At the beginnmg of the vear Of at St, Michael's Girb 1 School. Mr. E. Holder; Mr C. B, T.ilm.. Mr. B. W. Barrow. Mr. F F Mill scandalous the Mrs. E. E. Bourne and Mr. L. E. I" 0 *** Smith When COtssssssntldJ Of tbi memorandum was resumed vesterday, Mr. F. D. Mottley who had %  poken for four hours on Tuesday tight, continued his spceih. dealing briefly with some of the inmount which is being spent by 70u children had mad. IV? I 7 md 1 H to '" and sran 'Wjdj turned back. Inuuune } i much ?" nl, 3! llke lhc contntumty of that department on because of the general the Workers, The mom being spent ran do twi work as it now dOM % %  TV.orc i* something wru he said. Supervisors, labou appllcaulmost .ill comre many poUanta In the vho hre beds But tht oat important thing was that hatever they did ihey should have a comfortable stai havt NIL %  red HosplUI IIt roereli out lh u "i ,T %  n.Ihen .iinonn Vie imported laff at Ue w.l! be quired for 1^^: "^V^'ll chase irrigation equipment In ni mane case*, probably on a cooperative basts" He said that the 1-eader said it took a long lime the iieceasiUea of the ;' n >f • 1 "J P^nUtions will be m morarSun v/1,h P"'"ics." He sold he did not hatter to build a secondary school peasarrU and more food would be see why "one cent" should be instead of parliament buildings, produced that would i>e well Alternative SuRRestions 'pent on mat Department under Ha doubted that the Leader of hut It wa< too ambitious to think! •he Five Year plan until a proper tho House could have included of Including plantation* If i He admitted that -.here wai no check was made of the amount provision far parliament buildacteottne research proved that i Without putting a. in regard to.the p, 1,. for ^"L^ ^"X "became S^SZ ^'TpSSSSi higher up and better of! that it bwner to irrigate or lend him 'iiev to do so. He would get LOUIS L. BAYKKY II. .11-. II IJUSS For TO OTA L week the spotlight falls on ROB IA tlve sugg.-wtions. However, the having an additional $150,000 F ono„n-oi !"!" m1e by' th %  "pronto with taMIno .,p '^SZ^.^JTL "MLJI Kcd,r that h. ha, ajkrd (or su gto S.acr-. Mr. Mottl., ,h u uKh. !" ,^J"2^^J %  }?.. "SS mon ' ia gestlon, did not apply, and could that they could be better dealt pe g pl 'L gei educ lian !" % %  money and Irrigate Therefore, it not he expected to apply to the with under the Agricultural Aids ""* '•* wouiu p>"*r Higinmti was not necessary to provide for ofncinl opposition but they on Act, and turning to the question u an ***** Barbadian scholars to plantations, but only peasant* that nde would be the last perof establishing a piggery, he aaid U certain posts, some Barbadian Mr Mottley in refe-lng to the sons merely to offer opposition plantation owners and mnnageis scholars were opposed to the furHousing Board said it was one without being able to put forward should by an Act of the Legislathcraiice of educaUon. If they item for which he would have to line l suggestions. His party hire be ordered to keep a certain were educated along unmindful of the fact amount of heifer cattle and p'sTS. that while there were superficial He did not think that OoverndiiTcrences between the two parment should spend money in that 111 veir fundamental principles direction. were the same In that they would On the question of the estnhall like to see a progressive and luhment of a Central Milk De-po* Improved Barbados. and Creamery, he said that Referring to the plan itself. Mr. "wherever Private Enterprise was Mottle] said one could "see somo willing to provide the necessary skilful' hand In iut preparaUon." money. Government should not but It appeared that no considerinterfere. Such interference killed aUon had been given to the eppliIneenUve. and resulted in the p*-ocation of the proposals and their pie having to bear the burdpn. of chool at 14, there was a effect on Barbados generally taxation tn meet n similar frhome threat of increased populate that offer I defence. .-' hr was a memwaa not very farnUar, they would l>er of the Board for sometime, iharge S10 a minute to teach itRehousing of Barbados Is a big. A Foolish Feeling The feeling that %  was a waste of time "ending girls to school unless they got certificates was a fooUsh one. Any father liked to an his daughter remain a child as long as possible. If she was unable to go to another school ifter leaving the problem and when he said housing he meant the people In tne slum areas. In e\ery housing •rheme the Government was hound tn mbstdlre There are so many people t" rehouse Some people would gladly pay more for a spot with water and a shower bath. He challenged elementary ;n ,y reasonable man to say that h'ouki not pay a $1 a month whei e can gel all the necessities rather in iw aaalgaj The famous INGERS0LL POCKET WRIST WATCHES Obtainable only Prom . "Your Jeweller*" 211 llroad 81. MM 4M Y. De LIMA A (O. LTD. mi The Vllla.e Hastlnfi • DSIIti usly fine cotton • So beautifully woven • Woncierful novelty desig' • So llg'u, so cool, so fresh • Wishes and wears perfectly i IMI THlli euaaaMlll I |oodi Marlnf th. -(n>.d trtd. m.r. DOIM .r. futrtnuM lo i<* .Mlrt.ct.on <>ioulddhwMl,r.(tlonirlM tnrougb u>r tct In ih "iM.rial Too... will nphK* it or rahind the prica ana par tha < Incarraa la %  "" lb*.r,-.M. ROB IA A T00TAL guaranteed fabric norm MM / THE TALK OF BARBADOS riic* ggMst impnrtttnt vrvnt in i<-r<-nt 0 a/r/rhistory in thin 1 imntrij is thttin it tit nf Iht'st%lttunitirin1 V/YII HritixhUuilt HEM'VM.tCS ttirpjeh's. FmmMrmSm 1 ri'M — Smart and .tfo/#rn The vast resources of the gigantic Henule* '..ctorlei located In Hirmingham, ~ tie centre of cycle manufacture throughout the world, have been utilised to produce foi you Ihe niagmlher t new Hercules -scles—you have demanded theni Hercules have produced them. Grarf and Eivuanrv wf Lint' — in lad a .• mnvfitiraiian t:\m-llfi as wantfd bu Ittir limit's t iff lists. ercules 7ke finest Kicycle ffoilt 7b-day St-illii-tn turn ml Am Barbados Co-operative Cotton Factory Ltd Auto Tyre Co. AND AT ALL LEADING DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND r&^f-^**^ *fz&?=**P?f***&*** fWff** # ^ j ss ax^istislj ss rj s v^ri i titj^ ztiztzzzizm-iiz'izz $#^*Q