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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Gramophone Concert, British
Council : .

For the future in the distance,
And the good that I can do.





Cowt of Grand Sessions 10.00 am
B.C. Films, Westbury Infants’

Schegl 10.00 a.m
Exhibition of Painting and

Drawing at the Museum 10.00 a
Meeting. House of Assembly 3.00 p.m

8.15 p.m.

ESTABLISHED 1895



H-BOMB JOINS U.S. ARSENAL OF ATOMIC WEAPONS |

RECEIVING |

West Have Tremendous
Advantage Over Russia

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.

A Hydrogen super bomb capable of destroying whole
cities in a flash with a blast and fire has now joined the
United States arsenal of atomic weapons.

Informed sources said that is the clear meaning of the
brief official announcement issued by the Atomic Energy
Commission on Sunday in the wake of a flood of eye-
witness accounts from Eniwetok describing the world’s first

Hi bomb.

of the H-bomb
be followed shortly by even
more violent versions,

But what role the super bomb
will play in the United States
scheme of defence has yet to be
determined. That is a matter of
high policy calling for difficult
decisions. The man who will have
te make them is President-elect
Eisenhower. He undoubtedly will
get at least a preliminary briefing
on the nature of the scientific,
economic and military problems
posed by the H-bomb when he
confers with President Truman
and Administration leaders at the
White House on Tuesday.

Vivid Reports
Many individual members. of
the Task Force which conducted
this fall’s historic tests at
Eniwetok proving ground in the
Pacific wrote vivid reports in
letters of some of the H-bomb’s
incomparable blast and flame ef-
fects, Many gave November 1
as H-Day. Some hinted at more
than one hydrogen explosion.
But the Atomic Energy Com-
mission in Sunday's meagre an-
nouncement withheld all details.
A.E.C. Chairman Gordon Dean
said “any amplification might
give aid to potential enemies”
and that therefore “we will make
no further announcements,” He
also said the Commission is con-
cerned by eye witness letters.
He said investigations are under-
way which may result in discip-
linary action or prosecution for
violation of the law or security
regulations. He did not however
refute what the letter writers
wrote.
Remarkable Feat
Test programme included ex-
~ contributing to
ermo-nuclear Weapons Re-
search”. The announcement did









Underwater T'V

The British Admiralty
to-day announced they car-
ried out the first ship to
shore underwater televis-
ion transmissions from the
ocean bed one hundred feet
below HL.MLS. Reclaim to
the shore sixteen miles dis-
tant. Excellent pictures of
the ocean bed were trans-
mitted with Pye equipment
and seen clearly on the
shore.



Kingston City |

Celebrates

(From Gur Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 17.

The City of Kingston began cel-
ebration of the one hundred ana|
fiftieth anniversary of its incor-
poration on Sunday with a State)
service and march of the armed
and civil forces serving the city.
Celebrations continue to Wednes~
day when they will.end with civic
receptions and other functions.

Queen Elizabeth sent the fol-
lowing message to mark the oc-
casion: “I send my sincere con-
gratulations to the Corporation of |
Kingston and St. Andrew on thd |
one hundred and fiftieth anniver4|
sary of its incorporation. Please
convey to the Mayor, Council and |

;
Anniversary |
|

|

citizens my best wishes on this | Playing

happy occasion.”

Governor Sir Hugh Foot,
K.C.M.G., and the Mayor, Coun-
cillor, Dr. Edward Fagan attend-
ed a religious service on Sunday
which the Bishop of Kingston, Rt.
Rev. Percival Gibson, preached.

| ithe

} engagements

Barbados

—————$—
For the cause that lacks assistance,
"Gainst the wrongs that need resis.ance,



Will H-Bomb
Announcement
Bring Truce ?

UNITED NATIONS, New York,
Noy. 17.
. United Nations observers won-
ered whether the United States
Hydrogen bomb announcemeni
would help convince the Commu-
nists that they should agree to a
Korean truce. India was expected
to imtroduce formally by mid-
week a compromise proposal
aimed at bridging the gap between
the rival Western and Russian
resolution on the Korean conflict.
Informed sources said that up to
now Russia has failed to give any
firm assurance it will go along
with the proposed compromise.
| Western powers on the other hand
jare understood to have gone quite
}far toward acceptance of the basic
|points of India’s proposal. Ob-
;servers here believed the United
States H-bomb development giving
the West the weapons advantage
|it lost when Russia matched its
itom bomb might impel the Krem-
lin to help end the Korean war
;and lessen the immediate danger
of a third global conflict, Only
| Byelo, Russia and Peru were on
list to speak today as
| General Assembly’s main Political
Committee resumed its slow mov-
ing Korean debate at 10.30 a.m
| E.S.T.— OP.



Negro Singer To

Drummer
LONDON, Nov. 17. |
United States negro singer
Pearl Bailey saiq gooking will

come before her career after she
marries white jazz drummer
Louis Bellson Jnr. here on Wed-)
nesday.

“I love him” Pearl said and
that summed up the couple's re-

action to objections to mixed;
marriage voiced by Bellson’s |
father Louis Bellson, snr. in

the ]

Wed White



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1952

Sniper Ridge

A heavy Communi
leashed on Ridge

SEOUL, Nov. 17.

ariillery bombardment was un-

Sniper Ridge’ as a 24-hour lull in the bloody
battie of Kumswa Ridge came to an abrupt halt.

Uniteu

Press correspondent Victof Kendrick reported from the
central front that Red shelling began at nae :

He said it was still comtinuing
at 6 p.m, alt the rate of more than
1,100 rounds per hour. More tha,
8,000 pounds crashed into the Re
puble of Korea position on “Pir
point Hill” and Finger Ridge dur-
mg a seven-hour period.

nited States observers
while teld Kendrick that the
movement of Chinese troops
on “The Yoke” the Communist-
held finger on “Sniper Ridge” in-
dicated the possibility of renewec
Communist attempts to drive
Roks from their strategic positions

U.N. artillery fired a thundering
barrage of counter battery fire it
an attempt to knock out Red bit
guns and mortars hidden an toW
ering Papa-San Mountain and tt
the maze of gullies and ridges sur-
rounding the huge hill mass. Be
| fore Chinese launched. their aE
lery barrage a running battlé for
| control of the vital Kumswa Ridge
one of the classic engagements of
}the Korean war had reached its
| first lull in more than 30 days.



4

Mr, T. Harold Cooper, retiree

Vice-President of Canadian

tional Railways, Canadian Na-
tional Steamships and Comp-
troller of Trams-Canada Air

business conditions in Canad®
were very good indeed, and add-
ed that total production in badk
commodities and

high records.



Moline lLllinois. Miss Bailey, 34
said she planned to turn down
while Bellson was
with Duke Ellington’s
band so she could devote herself
fulltime to being a housewife.
She told friends she planned to

cook meals and they might ew | ore all guests at the Ocean Vievr
Hotel. .

an apartment in Queen’s, New
York City. It will be the fourth

marriage for Miss Bailey and. the) igik.-aye@ a nad a-ovas ;
promising as new sources of na-

first for Bellson, 28, celebrated
as the first man to play two bass

He arrived here recently by
the Lady Rodney on its last
voyage from Canada for a holi-
day, accompanied by Mr. Duncan
Cc. Grant also a retired Vige-
President of Canadian National
Railways and Mrs, Grant, They

Mr. Cooper said that the

tional wealth were wuneoveréd,

mean-§

industrial out-f
put was constantly reaching new

Snow and sleet halted major
actions elsewhere along the 195-
wnile batilefront. Along the Western ;
rent the temperature dropped to
2. degrees Fahrerheit-during the
Night and rose only to 47 in the
daytime, forcing infantrymen on
»both sides into bunkers.
"In the air medium B29 Super-
torts flew through a solid overcast
Sunday, to bomb three Commu-
nist troop and supply centres deep
1 North Kerea, A 40-acre area of
buildings and piles of supplies
vere bombed at Hoechang east of
Pyongang, while other bombers |
vit Chindan-Ton near Sinmak |

,One lone bomber attacked Ky-
ompio steel mill now used as a|

ommunist storage area, Fighter
bombers concentrated attacks at
_the extreme eastern and western
‘ends of the front Sunday. F386
| Sabrejets patrolled between
Shoengehon and Yalu Rivers but
cighted no Red MIG fighters
: —UP.

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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall freq Craringte: AT
Totsi Raintar ae
Highest 7
owest T 725
Wind Veloc 10 miles per hour
Barometer «9 a.m 25.853






3 p.m.) 29.788

TO-DAY



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Moon
Lighting

High Tide
Low Tide

New, Novembe; 17
6.00 p.m
4.22 oo inom

9.57 at 6.52 pny



PRIZE



Mr, Garry Hoppin received ~

a radio from The Very Rev.
Dean Hazlewood at the Esso
Servicenter, Barbarees Hill,
yesterday evening. Mr. Hop-
pin was among the first 72
customers at the Station.
Mr. P. G. Steward, owner of
the Servicenter, is in the
background. :

Fowl Thief |
Must Serve
Six Months

Belgrave of Grazettes, St, Michaci
will serve six months’ imprison-



ment with hard labour. He ap
peared before Their Honours in
Appea

yesterday on a charge of stealing

Anchorage on Sunday but caught
no sight of planes in the bushy
country,

eer ene eran enna nine ce tent

Plane Crashes
Kill Lighty

NEW YORK, Nev. 17.
series of airplane crashes in
East stood af more than 80
persons dead or missing. Air Rescue Foregg said 15 planes
were ready to make a fresh start today if the search for
C78 “Fly sng Boxcar” missing in Alaska with 20 men
bbe ard m\ ie

The foree scanned 100,000-
iquare miles of wilderness near



The toll from the tragic
North America and the Far

Sheep Stealer
Jailed For

Air Force officers clung
to the hope that a faint but steady
radio signal picked up shortly
after midnight. at Bhmondore air
base came from the missing plane.

{ves Assistant’ Court of

12 Months —

say that the Task Force had per-
j formed a “remarkable feat” and

In the Korean area alone two
* crashes left a toll of at least

drums at once,—U.P.





electrical energy made available, F ‘nine fowls the property of Elm:











cent by reason of insanity at her living as measured by the. offi- into a craggy hill Their Honours




Trinidad

: aad hi 7 " > cour hat on the night of thus confirmed
* : " rs ‘ row ch . Se or f y . 2 : me Family the decision of His Worst fr.
Judge said he agreed with the Roger Brown, head of Brown sho a fractional decrease in j September 5 while in her house ‘ : acum lic 7 orship Nir

snuffed Magistrate

civilian air tragedy

'Hoyte of Black Ro on Septem-

Cat Map selenties in charge were Innocent Of Murder | ber 5 X ee ee servicemen dead or missing. An Their Honours Mr, H. A.
satisfied with the results. But 2 ag M. Tr t — r | By doing this, Their Honours}Ai* Foree C46 plunged into the} Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H
skimpy as the announcement was Beca Of Insanit Mr. truman Ge s | 2 , Mr. HAROLD COOPER confirmed the decision of His| seo off the Korean east coast late | Hanschell in the Assistant Court
a tow ton oie intocmey, se " y O . | ’ }Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting oneart night and rescue teams < Agaae pay sonapuced
ew that “Thermo-nuclear ae ‘ "i | . : ‘ Police Magistrate of Dist “a/;picked up only seven survivors. | 22-year-o abourer Deanzi
Weapons” is scientific argot for, VERNON, British Columbia, $40,000 Offer and the Labour tones scquited | Belgrave | appealed at the bur| Eleven other passengers are pre-|Phorpe of Britton’s Hill, St. Mi-
“H-bombs”. —OP. Ingrid Seeburg, 22 Latvian WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. ductivity. The country was mov- | @gainst Mr, Griffith's decision,| sumed aead. ; a chael to 12 months’ imprisonment
immigrant accused of killing her| A New York recording ¢cgm- ing up into the Big League with Mr. C. S. Husbands appeared for bg ES anton ee 00 Ba Ares —_. bare labour for stealing two
Ly . — 1l-month old mentally retarded| pany Monday offered President great strides, \the defendant while Sgt. EB, King ae tof the, summer sannduauey Ww Pp the property of Clifford
u ites OV daughter by feeding her with| Truman $40,000 for one ‘hour's Fractional Decrease |presecuted tor the Police in the me oF ae i ha nodal pr jy along sometime between
‘ae, poisoned milk was found imno-| Work after January 20. All the With regard t ie cost of \Court of Appeal. aris Jai etary Io ated ugust 10 endl, August i this

\ ft : President has to do is play four | Elma Hoyte of Black Rock told| #â„¢@ay when ; ! year,

of the all male jury | Records Co, suggested in a letter she heard a noise in her yard and A

The November meeting of the finding i . ‘ } each of the last six months. ! \ ng » yard saw ut five lives near Dalhart, Texas, | of District “B’’. Thorpe appealed
B.T.C. ended on Saturday. and ee een ir ‘ ar aed TRtlosouri Walt ar eBlack {; Some reduction in corporate and Agta ly pa Hg aes A last night and two other wide-| against Mr. Walwyn's dabision
several visitors who had come | before eon ; aid “th va ld | Hawk Waltz,” “Beautiful Ohio,” personal income taxes was alsOit, have something in it. She|spread crashes killed three ser-| and was yesterday ordered to pay
tg A aoe een meee died of Graniae. aotnaing Aven | and one other tune of your choice ! possible a al budget) shout d after the man. vieemen. Authorities at Dalbart|the costs of appeal! which
on Sunday n . C - hg "ge ‘ a . ¢ was adopted., An early genera She inspected the per the [believed that four of the victims | amounted to 9/-.

Bennett official bel ig hy eine Manfred ‘Seaburg | the ‘solcnie Basar aan. could be election was a probability but] yard and er. that gine of her @ On Pace 6 | @ on page 6
Vincent Brown, Trinidad Steward,|also died from cyanide poisoning | paid directly to Mr, Truman or to} not before the Coronation, |fowls were missing. On Septem- we

Asked to comment on the|per 6 she went to the Black Rock
withdrawal from service of th@/ Police Station and saw 12 dead
two “Lady” ships, he said, speak-/{gwls, Nine of the fowls were
ing im a personal capacity, that|/pers and she identified them

taken in champagne in an alleged! any cause of his choosing” not |
suicide pact with the woman. }excluding the Democratic Party 8|
—U.P. | campaign of 1956.—U.P. |

Dr. Cyril Gittens, Mr. Jack
Procope, Mr, and Mrs, Alex Chin
and Mrs. Errol Burnett.





i —————— :
: it was a matter for regret but|the Police.
e f : t He he thought the company had no| Police Constable Warner said
r r j that while coming from Shot Hall
e e ousing xpe S ’ e 2 Mr. DUNCAN GRANT @ On Page 6 beach he arrested the defendant
in connection with the larceny of



a turkey, After the arrest the

s 7 i » ¢£ L 2, 4
out a similar scheme and add&d defendant carried him to a cane

My. Donald Hanson and .Mr. ;families build their own homes

Four Persons Freeze

Hector Garcia, the two low cost | with Government help in the form that since it worked successfui field at Grazettes, where he
housing experts assigned to the |of supervision and financing. | there and in Puerto Rico, there e showed him a bag which con-
Caribbean Commission under the The services of Mr. Hanson and| was no reason why it should not To Death In Blizzard tained 12 fowls. He carried the

be successful here so jong as the
people had need for homes.
Speaking of the project in Suri-
nam they said that 400 families had
indicated their desire to partici-
pate in the scheme. After discus-

fowls to the Black Rock Station
where nipre
Elma Eoyte

Point Four of the U.S. | Mr. Gracia have already been ac-

quired by the Government of identified by
Barbados and they will spend
about eight days here making pre-

liminary investigations before re-

|
State Department to assist coun- were
tries served by the Cauniehe. CHICAGO, Nov. 17.
are now in Barbados to explore SALIFORNIANS g “ izzard 4 j ;
the possibilities of developing a @ NIANS dug out from the week-end blizzard!}49/- FOR WOUNDING
They arrived on Sunday night

that saw four persons freeze to death and workmen clear-| - ee
n e



h; ‘ . .
self-help scheme. ee teehee *\ sion of the policy on design and| ed wreckage from the tornado that. levelled the business yestenday ten a anes
by B.W.1.A. and are guests at the hey told the Advocate yester- cost of the housing to be construct- section of a small Missouri country town. Rain soaked firmed the decision of H
Ocean View Hotel. day that they spent three months ed, a team of five persons was the bone dry corn belt Sunday but rains and whipping! Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Policé

Under this self-help scheme,/in Surinam where they carried | selected comprising three govern-] winds were dying down to-day as they moved eastward.| Magistrate of District “B" whi

ment social workers an engine®r
and a constfuction foreman.

The initial project as finally
agreed upon, called for the con-

nposed a fine of 40/- to be paid |
in 14 days or one month's im~ |
'prisonment with hard labour on
#0-year-old William Thompson}

Twisters and heavy windg whis--~——
led through Southern California
while snow piled up in the north-
ern section of the state. Wind-



Threats Against

struction of 50 houses in succes- ini cleias . ; , Pri \ior wounding Police Constable!
storms caused numerous traffic ac- ncess garet :

sive groups, the first group to 5 ad iar ah tar 281 Cumberbatch on his head
total 18. cidents, sent two mavy fighter with a bucket on Septemby 10

pilots to their
up property.
Three small children were founa
huddled together and. frozen to
death in a jeep Saturday and
\their grandfather who ran the
vehicle off a mountain road was

ame and Tippee Sgt. Alleyne attached to Centra!)

|
!
Reporte
t d | Police Station who prosecuted on |
LONDON, Nov. 16. j|behalf of the Police gave notice!
Two British news agencies re-| of appeal.
ported that police are watching | Police Constable Cumberbatch
for the American doctor said to, of Central Police Station told the
have threatened Princess Mar-!|court that on September 10 he
found farther up the road. It was; garet, However Scotland Yard) helped in carrying the defendan'
believed he suffered a heart at-'and the British Home Office said | who was a prisoner, to the coll a
tack while trying to get help jthey knew nothing about the;the defendant had made an at-)
Wind, Kain, Hail matter, ‘tempt to escape. On reaching the}
The children ranging in Spokesmen also denied knowl-‘cell the defendant picked up a
any special instructions | bucket and bit him

Screening of the 400 families to
determine the 18 which would
make up the first group was ac-
complished by the Social Affairs
Department in the first half of
September. In the meantime the
model house had been constructed
by skilled workmen on « site im-
mediately opposite that of the
first group and actual construc-
tion started on September 15.

At present they were clearing sam

with It on hi











, '- . » edge of
land for approximately 150 more cemeaiveds eal years | weer |to seaport and airport detectives | tvead.
a expert. inted out that|t? Ris home for a visit while !t@ hold an uflidentified Ameri-| He went to the General Hospital
x S pointed ou a . oe : mg in » trie ‘aa as >
heads of all the 18 families select-|*heix mother gave birth to a fourth ee en mee es
ed had full time jobs and it was{ohild. The tornado destroyed most |" Now. agencies, Press Associa-|
: a 8 ocla~ yr. Tt
necessary to arrange a work ~ the B cman: gl Hopkin," | tion and the Exchange Telegraph New Typhoon j
schedule to fit the circumstance. t eal Ms tiv veeinial S ne |said the American made threats
They also said that the mechanical oak ze Ree ye in pm a letter to a British ac- West Of Guam
equipment such as block-making}|™e 4° ie ¥ oh a £2im | quaintance and repeated them in) ie iid
machines, a circular saw, a wood and hail. he Wes oast storm ithe US. cP) | MANILA, Nov. 17.
planer and a cement mixer had oo was ea as two storms ¢ new Epcits typhoon with 0
been made from scrap matérial by with a “one two punch in- ‘ mile winds déveloped vest of?
S seek: Maaakedon I D3 reetty epoenn ie numerous Sugar Agreement Gam and ia heading for north-
Although Surinam was the first ramfic deaths anc the crash ol a} 4 jern Luzon the feather Bure:
country to start a self-help housing mery plane a at two co" } Expected This Week eens tation said ieee
programme with ir 1 © twisters ripped acro: ol- 1e typ 100n named armen
: : ea : ches aa Met on. lywood, California and %100,000 Ap eselsini ore Correspondent) [wae located 570 miles northwest
2s wt ae a “{ damage was apart ‘ res Agreement is expected to be of Guam early on Monday mov-
jested their services and they ome i AE a ay ca reached this week between Em-|ing aan at 16 aia an vocal
sd already been active in assist-| Chooe cet cos : ae oad sor, re Sugar repeesentatives andj; Meanwhile belated reports |
ng Jamaica to adopt the self-| oo tae was Metta RA cee he Food Ministry on the price ta}from Batanes Islang north
help method for use in develop- oral ra ne vattered and spiN~ | he paid for the 1953 crop. A meet-|Luzon said Typhoon Be cau
ng its extensive housing pro- m4 rm ” ae % i eae aes ae been arranged forjheavy damage to crops, house
: : gramme. Re] swep Q eS ednesday afternoon. le . sunication cilitic '
MR. DONALD HANSON (left) and Mr. Hector Garcia (right), two - aha eonnection, they accom Balboa and Nev ort! The Food Mini ies are still ban-| Beta: oe in t Thi e ny ; r f
U.S. housing experts assigned to the Caribbean Commission are :een fie te ee po harbour. leavin brok trees athe Acute ubtnitted Ee thes = = é = / 1 aay. J i
here on a tour of the Bay Estate Housing Scheme with Mr. G. 0 , Xl oofs and television sates in, Emvit segreashiatives -tlevom o186 ot i ne nofficiall
Lashley, Secretary of the Housing Board @ On Page 6 1th—U.P h +h beni wtuden a oust | hortl ' S alti were
’





TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1952

PAGE TWO

—

~ Cais Calling

ry CIRCUS is coming to town,

BARBADOS ADVOCAYE

ALL EYES ARE ON PRINCESS’



— CE

GOWN |















Painful cramps of “Monthly Pericds” stopped
or amazingly relieved —\
\ In 3 out of 4 cases in doctors’ own tests!

Pe w
| omen who on the uterus — without the
i wgiet tron Ceedteanin

he STARS. .:



aie casa) ’








we fOSTT, ON ” LOOK in the section in whieh
6th, Phen ‘the Rockley golfers will irthday comes und find. what. Son see Of pain-deadening drugs!
pres nad | ol ook Ja, according to the. stare ally-caused eB ye
fabulbus foolishness on watery OR TUESDAY, NOVEMOER 18, tone | menstruation — who feel the millions of women and
you Want fo call it at the Paradise ’ es" * me | upset and Irritable on cer- Whom it has benefited.
. " . it how about you? Do you
Reack Club. Last time in Jap MABOH %) to APRIL © (Arion | tain oon ten, days” — know what it may do for you?
. 1. thene same golfers put rn your snet you can mak> @ com. may often be suffering Take Lydte Pinkham’'s
on a Wild west show at the Crane, i cae are wow ay teen quite unnecessarily! a ae ae Sees Ak
which about 1.200 Islanders st) others’ intell gence end rghts, youl Such is the conclusion ieee the. putas oxi wesieens k
about. It was the most ochieve , —— + doctors = “those days”! oe if you me
} t 1 in be don er ore ani
s veh Re ty a i in APRIL t to MAY to (Taurus) ve Compound gave during your period! VVVV an
r. This me the she pelving you foresight and abtiw t& complete or striking relief Get either Lydia Pinkham’s BAAARREEY
on it giveus atmosphere and perceive openings you should show from such distress in 3 out Compound. or new, improved Lydia Pinkham’s
1 howd be at least a thousand tag Pitch in earnestly and stick t of 4 of the cases tested! Tablets, with cosas weal Meee quieting
clow Fpreback riders, make Yes! Medical evidence shows fuuties™ tnd other functional’ utertne Bohireee
ehoarmers wilt enimal tamers MAY @ to JUNE @ (Geminid Lydia Pinkham's thoroughly distress of “change of life”. tions (see chart)
me men fat women, living memsage is “full speed ahead!” if vou Modern in action. It exerts you'll find Lydia Pinkham’s - which oftencause
‘ . ave checked facts and method. Vital | ® remarkably caiming effect wonderful for that, toot * menstrual pain/

roblems Will be solved. Avo.d slack.

news.

JUNE & te JULY 2 (Cancer) —Be on
ne side or the other definitely, Non-
committal attitude won't do. Cheerfury
‘ € = your day, and much of it will smile
ae

neh making meri

skeletor and
ynd the dance floor

he «ands
t night

toting Governor Visiting



GLOBE Opening FRIDAY






IS & XCBLLENCY the Acting
i i Gevernor, Hon, R. N, Tur-
ner, visited the Police Wireless JULY M to AUGUST & (Leot—Use . “agS , sais
trol Station at Castle Grant tune concer A dealing with children, '
se: ot u he less fortinate, the ederiy, Groom
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ited the detachment of Police
at District “F” Station. On e¢ach
oeeasion, he was met by Colonel
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oo ote, with her daughter. bury Road, left yesterday morn- Jamaica where he will attend a execution. ‘Aspects favourable in most !—'@9® Pam. SEEM, 48-TEM by M. Harrison-Gray 4 | produced by WALTER WANGER and EUGENE FRENKE - Directed by
it was Mrs. Edwards’ first visit ing by B.W.1.A. for the United meeting of that body to be held Pat a ore many «avenues for 7.45 p.m. Personal Portrait, 8 p.m Dealer | South i | Ralph Murphy + A Wanger-Frenke Production + written by Jack Pollexin and
to Barbados since she lef, 20 States of America, during this week. wccomplishmer Rawiet and Landauer, 8.15 p.m. Radio : East-West game ; Aubrey Wisberg + Music By Dimitri Tlomkin + Released through 20th Century-Fox
years ago es gS ag - Honour The delegates are expected to FEBRUARY &% te MARCH 20 (Pisces) ‘ . 3 N. i .
’ ava arewe arty e " P ave i ; Mixing business with certain personal, 3 }
From Canada friends at Mrs, Ruby, Clarke, wit ete ~ cat eee ae ae Coronation i ; e ae . }
; P Brittons Hill on Sunday morning To The U. out 7: : : ° : } | cece on eee tS sleet = 8 ee a
OW in the island on three and Of To e USA. out red tape C B g : K3872 ;
% . Bet will res ant s : i
© hwf*months' holiday is Mrs. with pA aunt ice / the passengers leaving you BORN TO-DAY; Scorpio is one ruises rin : w A 50 et KR 0 @ D A 7 HE A T R E §
Marjorie: Jenkins of “Vangouver, ing will complete her studies. yesterday for: the United & "iat cnigantic.© Symnolieg’ ty te In I he Dollars : $k aay Bes
Br. Colombia, Canada, Carib joins with her many States via La Guaira was Mr, Da Soutien ona ine Pagie—a combination 3 3 tif 32 @ 3 10 5 ' . i OLYMPIC ROXY | ROYAL
Mrs, Jenkins is a guest at the friends ‘in wishing her good luck Costa Alleyne, formerly a junior which gives an idea of the possibie By GORDON HOLMAN : Scwes ; EMPIRE \To-day & Tomorrow); ost 2 Shows Today\Last 2 Shows Today
Ocean iew Hotel but from next for the future member of the staff of the Photo. scope of ou, natives, Your planet More th 500 A ao : 8s. | | To-day 445 & 8.30) 4.30 & 8.15 eee 4.30 & 8.30
Sonia cel ae Winkfc e re, 4 . . Mars means strength, great possipilities More than mericans are| § @KI984 i |and continuing daily} pot wie Darple . Showing’ First. —
month willbe continuing her boli fior¢jeultural Society's Show &sraving Department of the Malt meant strengin. eee ee te help to pay upto £75 adayforamonth; # ¥AI107? ' Seika Ewe ere Glenn Ford
day at Mareso! Beach Flats, : _ Advocate, you manage your affairs You make for gq Coronation cruise in the! ? A8 } ee ae George Brent George Macready |sTRANGE
Zot ao HE Horticultural Society have Mr. Alleyne left for Curacao efficient professional and business â„¢&n- 34 999.ton British linet Coronta : A } Tab Hunter Vera Ralston in | CONQUEST
Business Visits fixed Saturday, February 28th thren years ago, but returned = Birthdate of: Many such execu They will pay in dollars | : The shortest route was } in n THE GREEN ; with
, ~ 7 7 the - , s 7 - - : S| ; ya
: : oe cane. snd Sunday, March ist as the home three weeks ago on short “"* The Caronia, due at Southamp-| { Dest on this pband. trom j | ISLAND OF | prums, atone GLOVE Lovell. ‘atibere
M* R. D, FALKNER repre- dates of their next annual show holiday before entering a School ton from the United States on May i: One Spade. ae nen South's } DESIRE | THE AMAZON ona
sentative of the Western And the venue is the Volunteer 4¢ Photography in the U.S.A 31 next year, will stay four days— | § Thr TI py iting |
Assurifice’Co, of Canada arrived Drill Hall, eee ee ( 6 Coronation Day is June2.. | & lay er ‘am Sa } peeTMtoplyr) |] one | ane: Mess The Year| ALL BABA AND
yesterday on a wusiness visit, He Patrons are asked to keep the Spent Two Weeks Ow. y ay On the way she will call at Por- | ; Hearts, @ pointless call since j eee 7 Sane THE AVENGER | Extra Tanven
was get at thef Airport by Mr. dates open. R. COLIN MOORE of the ° tugal, Sweden and Scotland, The; 3 Geiser tee eat Wan ; aoa | With bee ere eae Wa ie
A. 8. Toppin @f Messrs, T. On Inspection Visit Education Department, LONDON. = entire cruise will last 27 days. = signed off in Five Spades Latest News Reet |___Johm Carroll |e aay & Tae
>. a aaa RUNNER, British Guiana, ~ returned on 4 YOUNG heir entering his Top-price suites for two persons| } but ‘South carried on to Six Opening Friday 2ist.| Thurs. Only |Thursday 4.30 & 8.15
Mp, R. A (Goode, representa R. WILLIAM L. BRU yER Friday by B.W.LA, after spending father’s stockbroking business is !!! cost 12,000 dollars. Passen- | : West led @ 3 and South ABBOTT ana | 4.30 & 8.15 | Universal Se - THAT NIGHT
tive Sof British Celanese and Agsh * afi’ t mrt two weeks’ boliday. He was Gay Kindersi 22-year-old son ®¢'s With an outside cabin will pay,| 3 Started ruffing Hearts in COSTELLO} FPepublic Double | The Andrew Sisters WITH YOU
Mr, = J.D. _ Forbes-Watson, Sewing Mi ne Company WE. | companied wy his wife, While “°* ays See on an average, about £1,200 for| ¢ Rummy. On the third round } in and
MBE { Roneo Office Equ’p- is eee oe Sriniten Soot ee ~) s . - © of Lady Oranmore and Browne their ti ’ y | § East over-ruffled # 6 with COMIN’ ROUND/®ELLE oF otp | NLIGHT AND| RIVER LADY
ment, | rived Friday es Paabaas % Soieecous inag <. ere, they were guests at the 214 her ex-husband Captain a oe Ne} ehin' wer ik.es0 $ @ 7 and led two rounds of : E | MEXICO) MOO CACTUS : Y
ment, ar don fan yesterday to carry out an inspee- Hotel Royal. : ? nother dollar ship, the 13,650-| 3 trumps, South losing a Heart || THE MOUNTAIN | and |
account of their manufacturing tion of the company's buildings “pom The Camerons Philip Kindersley. ton Furness, Withy liner Ocean| { trick atthe end” : Re sii | Roa Cameron
arms here, il inherit sbout Monarch, will arrive inthe Thames! { _ In Room 2 South bia six : | Coming Soon be FREIDA | ¥vonne DeCarlo
They are guests at Hotel Royal. — He was met at the Airport by RS. ETHERINGTON and two | At 25 = his srandfather, @5.4 floating hotel. | { Spades over North's jump : | Cecil B. DeMile’s | 4. With |" Briday Only
Ry ar * . Mr. Chadderton, Superintendent daughters arrived from the £167,000 from his gran ’ “More than 300 Coronation visit-| } reise. with the resuit that } Masterpiece ta : shall. | Coming Soon | 430 & 8.30
R. J, A. G. D'OLIVEIRA.-of the local branch, and Mr. Cameroons, West Africa via Eng- brewer Ernest Guinness. He _ @rg from the other side of the At-| West's ena eK Ss by | SAMSON AND “°*! Piday | THE SNIPER — |woontIGHT AND
“Managing “Director “of the “Pat” Wallbridge, Manager. land on Saturday, They joined the just returned from three months fn. will live in the Ocean: Mon- i: wom ant Sant qoute 3 | Lost PATROL | vi CACTUS
firm of J. A, G, D’Oliveira and Mr. Brunner carried out a Gelfite at Southampton. in Canada—“to see life in the arch, which, it is expected will] { covered by West and ruffed i DELIAH aie eo rN nie FREIDA
Co,, Commission Agents of Port- similar inspection at Trinidad Mrs Etherington is the for- raw.” He lived on what he earned perth at Tilbury. ; With @ 3. The next’ Heart § (Technicolor) ve - -— =
of-Spain, Trinitiad, arrived on and will visit San Juan, Puerto mer Marjorie McKenzie, daughter as a “roughneck” on an Alberta Also in the Thames will be the} } gouia then be ruffed with § | nT =
Saturday Jrom that colony by Rico for the same purpose. of Mr = Mrs By . Mc- oilwell. Holland-America_ liner Ryndam| {| ® galt i B'TOWN (Soon) “THE LION AND THE HORSE (Warnercolon) Steve COCHRAN
ry ‘ seje , 2 : »m Ke > “ ans,” George Jour VY, ay a jecceses eeeeseenesen, cay Sie kh uae Lacl & Shows Today. Teda? & Tomer
vial :" $ Lean gichec Geet : a ws ‘to or vast visit . Barbados ee An amateur steeplechase rider, ian ss oa oie j London Express Service. Lantetcsgt i. Sree es , 3m vm by s £30 p.m.
ME D'Qliveira will also take Puerto Rico, ; : three years ago. She expects to he rode a “bucking bronco” in ~ Pheir Coronation cruise, after a | ° ° | Warner's Giant Warners Action Hit! | TLL GET YOU
the opportunity to discuss busi- Back To St. Lucia be here for about eight months Calgary, stayed on for four <€c- four-day break in the Thames, will Talking Point } Laugh Hit! “RATON PASS” F My
ness with” the manager of . the * tates a ae holiday ; onds. At the second attempt he eventually end at Rotterdam, | _ Forty is the old age of youth: “JACK & THE | TORTAN- >. NEAL RAPT. -GREY
Born} Bay Rum Company, A® poteratey Peoeemen, co On Business was knocked unconscious after There will be two “floating col-| fifty is the youth of old age. BEANSTALK” | vont e Coun and”
He-willt be the guest of Mrs. Lucia from Trinidad by 2 2fHUR MATHERS. Di- eight seconds. onies” of Scandinavians at London ' —Victor Hugo. (Super-Cinecolor) | “"—__~__—____. | mysteries of the
‘ = ; same plane was Mr. Richard R. ARTHUR } » an : Bud Lou Wed. & Thurs: HOODED
Marshall -<@t the Aquatic Guest ‘ -_ oe rector of Advertising, Re- —LES. dotks. : pee Sw * * Abbott :-: Cospello 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. HORSEMEN
House. 42 nie Boulay, son of Mr. Andre ‘ “en yee ' The Swedish-Lioyd flag-ship | Life must be measured by WextAlbaction | PAINTING the
we ie ‘ Boulay, Planter of Castries, St. diffusion, Ltd. my nee mm psies al Patricia, with room for more than| thought and action, not by a Kiss INTHE CLOUDS WITH Lek
Alliance Francaise m ee Soe cn Pridey. tight lyr BWIA Talking Points 400 passengers, is expected to berth | time.—Sir John Lubbock, A pe aBE] Dennis viceuia |-. 4.08 a B:s0 pm.
7 a rT. du olay spent two See ee ee ae ¢ in the West India dock. * e * Jane Davi MORGAN : MAYO 3
HE monthly meeting of the Weeks’ holiday in Port-of-Spain, from Jamaica On 2 business visit. To me old age is always 15 At Millwall Dock will be the} Everywhere in life the true eee Be ey “| Kiss TOMORROW ee eae
a ’ A Trinidad He expects to be here for one . ider tha: : . | . 3 BUCK ROGERS
"Alliance-Franceise. will be inidad. : : eck adel is be aeatt Ot -tne Hoel| See mi cra I 3 . 4.600-ton Britannia, with ” pas-; question is not what we gain Humphrey BOGART J GOUREES ® tarry Gunter Critbe
. S . 2s > i‘ a :.S. 5 L s ames irda Arist nindaenennaniearmareas
held $n Thursday, November 20th For Musical Studies Ss ward Baruc sengers from Gothenburg.-LES. | but what we do—Carlyle. 7 Sn ei| CAGNEY PAYTON | Frid. @ Sal 40 @
at &.15 p.m. at the British Council. R. LIVINGSTONE SEARLES Mr, Mathers is visiting the var!- lied ie auseaannas pecial 1. ~ rants. Spelial 8.30 pum.
A very amusing French play will of Endeavour, St. James. ous stations in the Caribbean | STAMPEDE 1,30 p.m. Sensational _ Police
be read by some of Mrs. Hinds- left by T.C.A. on Thursday for Ares RENEGADES of TRIPLE TROUBLE Action!
Howell’: ls a2 biel Chanda where bo will fucthes bi me . 9 SONORA and “BLUE LAMP"
oe , dk ete bee Coe ae rua Maren Enjoyed Holiday ; Rocky Lave PANTHER ISLAND | Jack WARNER
mem ar t frie: st in music at t nto . 4 -b di te edie —— | - y ae
| Be alle to attend " Conservatory of Mois. R. FRED GODDARD, M.C-P.. er e S an BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN
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visional Manager of Cable (Clifton Webb) and a mat tin
and Wireless Ltd., returned from we Questi 4 AN
Puerto Rico on Friday night by i is MELOD nA

|B.W.1.A. where he had been on

a visit to the San Juan Station on (Clark Gable)

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~COLONIALS WILL MEET M.P’s

Get-Together
Evenings
Planned

< LONDON.
Colonial. visitors to London,
! particularly students, are wel-

coming an opportunity to meet
Government Ministers, M.P’s and
others actively connected with
Commorwealth and Colonial
affairs.

The London Young Conserva-
tives Association
series of “get-together” evenings
to which they will be invited.

At a retent meeting of 200 cqn-
servatives and their overseas
guests, Conservative M.P’s
showed they were equally inter-
ested in meeting the Common-
wealth representatives.

At the reception, held in the
Mayfair home of Sir Wavell and
Lady Wakefield the M.P’s present
included Lord Munster, the Par-
liamentary Under-Secretary of
State for the Colonies; Mr. Dodds
Parker, Chairman of the Imperial
Affairs Committee of the Conser-
vative Party; Captain R, E. Ryder,

V.C., Vice-Chairman; Mr. A. E,
Baldwin, Chairman of the East
African sub-committee of the

Conservative Party; Mr. C. J. M.
Alport, Mr. E. Partridge.

Lord Munster, the Guest of
Honour, represented Mr. Lyttel-
ton, the Colonial Secretary, whose
absenee in Kenya prevented him
attending. Lord Munster set the
keynote for the occasion.

In a speech to the guests, he
said that he was pleased to be at
the reception and to meet people
from so many different territories.
He hoped that the occasion would
mark the beginning of lasting
friendship amongst those meeting
for the first time,

Success of the evening can be
gauged by comments from stu-
dents, They expressed the hope
that there would be more oppor=
tunities of this kind. One of them
—an economics student from
Nigeria—thought that such meet-
ings went “a long way towards
making overseas students feel at
home in Britain.”

This was the second wf such
meetings; the first was held last
year. It is now hoped that they
will take place two or three times
each year. The vice-chairman of
the London Young Conservatives,
Mr. Robert Vigars, said, “We aré
very interested in contacting over-
jceas_ students and helping them
to settle down here.”

—L.E.S.



Overhaul
Of Accounting
Needed

LONDON Nov.5.

British investors in many Em-
pire companies are finding that
they are getting even less in-
formation from the directors than
they do from the boards of
comparable British concerns,
writes Ernest Eve of the London
Evening Standard to-day.

This is due to the fact that ac-
counting requirements in most
Commonwealth countries are far
jess stringent than they are here.

Take the case of Atkinson-
Oates, South Africa’s largest car
distributors. The accounts of this
company are more informative
than most, but are nevertheless
marred by the absence of a con-
solidated profit and loss account.

As a result of this omission
shareholders must delve into all
the small print to get a_ true
picture of the company’s trading
experience during the past year.

If they skip the small print
they will miss one vital point —
that the dividends from the sub-
sidiaries, amounting to £367,940,
represent the whole of the sub-
sidiaries profits for the year and
not part as might be inferred at
first sight,

It is probably too much to
expect the Empire countries to
copy our Companies Act of 1948
to the last detail, but it would
be to everyone’s advantage to
bring all accounting practice
more into line with the British
system.

Otherwise it may not be too
easy in the future to keep the
flow of investment going between
this country and the Common-
wealth.

—L.E.S.

is arranging a,

LORD MAYORS SHOW



THE LORD MAYOR’S COACH, with the New Lord Mayor Rupert De La Bere inside passes down Nor
folk Street outside the offices of the West India Committee during the procession through the City of

London last Monday.

Inside the West India Committee building

representatives of

Empire sugar

growers were discussing the price formula for the 1953 sugar crop prior to their Meeting with the

- Exchange
Of Teacher's

LONDON, Nov. 10.

One hundred and ten United
Kingdom teachers will be at
schools throughout the Common-
wealth during 1953 under the
Empire teachers’ exchange
scheme, Fifty-five have already
gone to Canada, 15 are in South
Africa, four in Southern Rhode-
sia and 36 are about to leave for
New Zealand and Australia.

During the weekend, 10
teachers going to New Zealand
and 26 others who are to spend

a year in Australia attended a
conference in London, at which
they heard informative lectures

on many aspects of life in the

two Dominions.
They
New

were addressed by the
Zealand and Australian
High Commissioners in London,
Mr. F. W. Doidge, and Sir
Thomas White, later saw films
and then split into two groups
for a series of lectures on the
political, cultural, educational
and economic life of both coun-
tries.

Organized by the League of
the British Commonwealth and
Empire, ye exchange scheme
‘has existed, except for a break

during World War II, since 191%.
By the end of this year, almost
3,000 Commonwealth teachers wil!
have spent a year on exchange
in Britain and Northern Ireland
and the same number from the
United Kingdom have been over-
seas,

“New Zealand
creasingly popular
Kingdom applicants,” said the
League’s Director, Mr. W. J.
\Rood, today. “Because of ship-
ping difficulties, the number ex-
changed with New Zealand has
had to be limited to 10 since the
war. We could exchange more
than double that number.”

Mr. Rood said there had been
a fall in appligations for Aus-
tralia for 1953.. With no limit in

is becoming in-
with United

force, between 30 and 40
normally passed between the
two countries; this year there

were only 26. ‘
“There is also a growing dis-
inclination among British teachers



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Food Ministry, Some of the delegates may be seen looking from the windows.

Big Commonwealth

Section At B.LF.

LONDON.

The Commonwealth Section at the “Coronation” Brit-
ish Industries Fair next May will be the largest in its
history. Dominions and colonies are taking more stand
space—a record total of 9,200 square feet as against 7,500

at this year’s Fair. ’

Preliminary plans for the Sec-
tion were discussed in London
recently at a meeting of rep-
resentatives of the Common-
wealth exhibitors. A nuniber of
these representatives commented
on the highly successful returns
from the Fair in recent years.
West Indies representatives spoke
of business inquiries “from all
over the world” which had re-
sulted directly fromthe Fair.

Only colonial contributor to the
Commonwealth section in recent
years not taking part next year
is Nigeria,

Gold Coast, Sierra Leone,
Northern and Southern. Rhodesia,
Hong Kong, Malaya, Cyprus,
Malta, Trinidad, Barbados, Brit-
ish Guiana, Grenada, St. Vincent,
St. Lucia and Dominica are all

to be represented at the Corona-

tion Fair, West Indies Sea Island
Cotton Association will again
have a stand.

The Commonwealth
likely to be more attractively
laid out next year, and to give
visitors better opportunities for
examining the stands.

Details have yet to be worked
out, but the plan is to have Com-
monwealth stands around a wide
inner court, In that court a cen-
tral display with a Coronation
theme may be staged.

section is

Gold Coast, which has taken
more space this year, plans to
concentrate on an_ industrial

theme in her stand. This will in-
clude a model of the port to be

built at Tema—part of the sup-
parting schemes for the great
£100m,. trans-Volta hydro-elec-

tric project,
Special arrangements are to bé

made for parties of schcol chil-
dren visiting the Commonwealth
exhibits. It was stressed at the

meeting of Commonwealth exhibi-
tors that with increasing atten-
tion to Colonial affairs being paid
in schools throughout Britain the

to go to South Africa”, he Fair provides the chance of 4
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Governments by the I[nterna-
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peal due to sit here on Thursday

with a bench comprising the
Chief Justices of Barbados Si
Allan Collymore, Trinidad Mr
J. L. M. Perez and the Wind-
wards and Leewards Donald

Jackson, will hear two eases, one
being the appeal of Bankers and
Traders Insurance Company,
Limited of Australia against th«
decision handed down last Janu-
ary 25 by Mr, Justice R. J. Man-
ning declaring that the loss of
house and furniture owned by
Dunstan Cromwell, local civil
servant, when it was destroyed by
fire on March 6 last year war
covered by the said Company.

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£500,

The argument in the Origina!
Court turned_on whether ‘or not
a state of civil commotion existed
in Woburn area at the material
time and the trial judge said he
was willing to infer from the evi-
dence that “all subversive ten-
deficies due to the existence of the
civil commotion had died down
in this part of the island after
February 24” and found ‘that the
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civil commotion and it was in-
dependent of any abnormal con-
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(From Our Own Correspondent)



GRENADA, Nov. 17.
His $48 magistrates court fine
imposed for the use of threaten-
ing language against Louls
Strauss, English planter, here
was paid near the deadline at
midday on Saturday to stall a

month's imprisonment alternative
for Hon, Eric Gairy. A matter of
hours later at a marketsquare
meeting he backed down on the
earlier declaration of his refusal
to “pay one damned cent” ex-
plaining that he did not choose to
go to jail in view of “embarrassing

questions and motions” in his
name for the Legislative Council
meeting on Wednesday.

Among the motions is one

urging the sending out of a Royal
Commission for a general probe
of economic and social conditions
n the colony as well as rela-
tions with Government and peo-
ple which he describes as “re-
mote” ami betweeh employers
ind employees.

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LONDON, Nov.
has been sufficient evi-
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the conclusion here, that
Western powers are progressing
in plans for the defence of the
Mediterranean and Middle East
with special emphasis on Turkey
ind Spain.

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Twesday, November 18, 1952
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electors short passage of years
political stz ty is less easy to attain and
unless there is a permanent civil service
staffed by experienced administrators
with continuous service the administra-
tion of a country becomes very difficult

and at times impossible,

Barbados is not a self-governing coun-
try and its administration is being con-
ducted on an experimental system under
which the function of government
shared and the civil service is subject to
frequent changes of- leadership. Final
responsibility for the good government of
Barbados still rests with the British Par-
liament through the Secretary of State
for the Colonies.

The Secretary of State’s authority is
largely delegated to the Governor who is
not only the Queen's Representative but
is also responsible to the Secretary of
State and he has to be kept informed
about all major matters affecting the
administration of the island

Barbados is still a crown colony because
the Crown retains a veto on legislation
and the Secretary of State for the Col-
onies has the right to appoint and control
public officers,

The executive is vested in the Governor,
Executive Council and Executive Com-
mittee.

Only if all these facts are fully appre-
ciated can there be any understanding of
the significance of any attempt to curtail
the powers of the Legislative Council.

The constitution of Barbados is a writ-
ten constitution and although the experi-
ment in party government which was
initiated during the govermrship of Sir
Grattan Bushe gives the General Assem-
bly an importance in the political life of
the island almost as great as it would
possess if the island «was self-governing
the General Assembly remains one com-

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ponent of a | re of which the other
two components of the Legislati
Council i r

on legi

a Velo

powers of the General Assembly
even though its members are elected

under adult suffrage are limited by the
Letters Patent and the Instructions under
the Royal Sign Manual and Signet which
together form the constitutional
ment of the government of Barbados.

Any. attempt by the General Assembly
to curtail the power of one of the.two
other components of the Legislature could
only succeed if the constitution were
altered. Nowadays it is fashionable to
speak of the will of the people as being
sovereign and demagogues even go so far
as to claim for majorities a divine author-
ity. But ‘wherever political extremism
based on such fallacies exist, the confi-
dence of more stable communities in that
country’s ability to achieve stable condi-
tions of government is weakened.

The Western world still places the
maintenance of law and order and respect
for established institutions at the top of
the list of factors which operate to decide
whether a country is politically stable, and
if investment is being considered, whether
the country is a good or bad risk for
investors.

So long as the written constitution of
Barbados remains what it is, there can be
no doubt that the conditions for political
Stability are safeguarded. But could the
same confidence be maintained in an
island in which the General ; Assembly
usurped the role of sole legislator and
against whose decision not even the veto
of the Crown could be applied?
| The Legislative Council of Barbados is,
although a nominated body, an essential
component of the Legislature. It is not a
collection of individuals who meet
together solely to discuss ways and means
of flouting the will:of the people as rep-
resented by the decisions of the party with
a majority of seats in the General Assem-
bly. The members of the Legislative
Council hold their places during Her
Majesty’s pleasure and consist of persons
appointed by warrant under the Queen’s
Sign Manual and Signet or as the Govy-
ernor may in pursuance of any instruc-
tions from the Crown through the
Secretary of State’ for the Colonies
appoint from time to time under the Pub-
lic Seal of the Island. A curtailment of
the powers of the Legislative Council may
well be regarded as a Curtailment of the
powers of the Crown, and as such must
nourish the fears of thosé who do not
believe that the people’s interests are
best championed solely by representatives
who are elected to the General Assembly.

Not even Great Britain where the
absence of a written constitution makes
the abolition of the House of Lords possi-
ble, has yet dared to abolish its upper
House: and any argument based on.cur-
tailments which have been made in
respect of the powers of the House of
Lords would be invalid in an island which
has no permanent Civil Service and in
which public spirited citizens possessed of
talents and abilities that they would like:
to employ in the service of the people
have little scope for employing them
except in the Legislative Council and on
vestries and public boards,

Barbados needs a breathing space in
which to digest the many changes which
have been introduced into the island’s
political life during the last six years, It
would be ironical if the Legislative Coun-
cil because it has wisely rejected q bill
which would have precipitated yet
another change, for which there is no
urgent need, should attacked for -re-
fusing to be swayed by sentiment and for
exercising a right which is written into
the constitution of Barbados

be

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* BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Nuts To You. Uncle Joe!

Many readers of The Advoca'e , . a
By J. F. Barret«

must have been amazed to read
Mat not only Britain,

that recent letter from some
impractical idealist with his head tact x
very much in the clouds, actually also America ana Canada, migat -bombed
proposing that plantation owners be prostrated and even largely ca aaiate con or supplies
of Barbados make a gesture of obliterated. I would have to pre- would have to take precedence |
loyalty (and suicide) to our good pare for a conaition }in which over sugar in bulk.
Queen as an appreciation of her these great countries might not P nt
coming Coronation by giving up ‘be able to help anyone but them+ In the ee a peace, my
y»wnrship of all lands bordering selves, far less trade with others: ™ er eel have studied
main public highways of the island In fact I would be well to as- Sear rewired wou technique of
to a depth of say 100 yards in sume that this island, and others and ag oral > Carver with
from the road.” The idea is that which might well escape the George Was seed: sore al &
this generous slice of our bound- atomic cataclysm, might have to ‘Me, peanut pot aint if ever there
less territory be given over to the assist in rendemag first-aid to re deeb snation in flesh and
vanting of Causarina and Flam- stricken continents. blood, The Lord God Almighty
yant trees so that Bajams in The fellow who would give our does not scruple about the colour
eral and tourists in particular sparse acres to the cultivation of of a man’s skin when He thinks
1 find eternal joy, and render pretty trees in place of food- to express Himself at His highest
ruined planters —_ eternal producing, did at least by contrast puman level of sheer goodness,
tude, because of this beauty point the right way for the com- grea genius.
ough their sacrifice. One can mencement, and the pursuit, of George Washington Carver was a
see the lumps in the threats of our aim to make this isl: 85 slave child left when his
ecstatic Bajans as they spend near self-supporting as possible in mother was stolen, ne never
their leisure hours viewing these regard to foodstufls, in case the knew his father. He became not {
milés of trees with tear-dimmed worst happened and we were com- only a great scientist of interna-
eyes — and empty stomachs: It pletely isolated from the outside tional repute, but an artist in
was still more staggering to find world for an indefinite period. >




















As soon as war was imminent on)
@etlared, I would be rady to
take over acres of cane land tor)
but peanuts, as for corn. We could |


























. ; : ; , many d a ereTS
that this futile and fantastic pro- Trees are certainly indicated as and . should
posal had appealed to others. part of the solution, if not the gn, ne meee tion of _—_

Even if we were living in the main part, to the greatest problem both and white.

seemingly eternally — that would face this and other
carefree and prosperous Victorian jslands of the West Indies in the peanut? “It i
days, with everything in the dire circumstance of a global on oe AY Sie fo
World's Garden lovely,, with no war. We would certainly require to soi) rich in food value, rich
deadly menace to our lives and have two or three John Saints properties chemical consti-
freedom ever present in the shape on the job, and his “big-grain tye and wonderfully rich in
of rampant, militant communism, rice’ would not only be sweet possibilities for utilization.” What
even then the idea would be uttér- taters. They would also be rather giq he have manufactured from
ly crazy and impractical. bigger “graims’ than taters and j¢o Amongst other items of food
Can anyone compute the num- would hang from trees. Much value and utility: —
ers of acres of good cane and smaller but no les; effective feed- 1, Rich ice cream powde:
vegetable-producing land repre- ing “grains” would grow in the 2. Food for livestock
ented in this proposed sacrifice of ground, “nuts” to you! They both increases milk yield.
‘and bordering our main high- juxuriate around Tent Bay, and 93 Dyes and medicines from the
vays. In the impossible event of will be both beought to your skin, Including a quinine substi-
uch an idea materialising, and notice in due course. tute.
can see the harbour (nourish the Cocoanut Trees 4. ‘Peanut milk and butter.
‘hought) having infinitely more fy first interest and effort 5, Excellent and nutritious

chance, we would very soon be would be in the direction of the coffee.
ible to calculate the approximate

black
What did this great

r.
which

ae act foes sacrificed Production of a first ten thousand 6. Buttermilk.
Sam ah on cute bine cocoanut trees, along with an 7. Worcestershire sauce and
ugarty so.we could have nice isang survey as to the best pickles and mock oysters.

reesj ‘along with all the loss in
vages atid what not. The tons of
acrificed eddoes, sweet taters and

localities and available waste 8. Mock meat dishes of many
ground or gardens and tenantry kinds, :
f : lands on which these cocoanuts George told the world that in
ams could, of course, be made UP would be planted. Naturally I the peanut was everything neces-
eee them in other islands 4.14 concentrate on the short- sary to strengthen, nourish and
Te cone ne tie mat proneee “ph term. effect obtainable from the keep thé body alive and healthy.
oes eas bes oe 5 dwarf cocoanut, but would not en- Yes, the ‘peanut could make
her words we would just Rave tively ignore the ordinary cocoa- Barbados independent in many
° go ee these ory oe mut. I would encourage co-opera- directions, It would not only bea
ie ia ae Ki ” y that tion from smallholders such as medium for. saving money bat
7 walnable land to play chau Rvans . Word)’ Of “Tene "Mey, meee. Seeem. or eng
vith and that it did not Have to Bethan, ee eS ik: ak Wer Betpedon ees
; ae uction of young i:
tink ey living. One would under the direction of the Depart- Wi aa an Se es
ager a niet hago ted to ment of Agriculture upon which vo eee _ eee ake
ene aga —- only chance gepartment and staff .(to be Se ee Se eh hat ee
has of adding a few acres is by augmented) would fall the main eee ee eee
‘ciween Our vast, mainland agd TePonsibility for the production of TT OE See pusiness to alm at
ts lone but aurdy and lovethe all the trees IT would have in iY self-supporting ideal, I
atellite — Pelican: Island thereby mind ultimately, both as regards would see that arrangements ‘were
wafting this dependency on to its 2Â¥Mbers and variety. My ultimate | os made for the production of
resty teland Soles . aim would be a minimum ‘of 100, speutedia eh gong cites: trilt
“Of ae oe wh le id jg 000 cogganut:trees, but we trees, ice: awpaws, and the
arclent and will be teeaed we ; Rot stop there, except to take a best ‘of the Giipies These would
oke by common-sense planters 2¢P breath for further effort. he slanted ii ‘the tenantry ‘anes
nd, we hope legislators alike, . When yielding nuts, my ‘trees omits and around gardens and
; ; would differ from practically every

3ut the fact that the idea has “i ‘ estates where so much land is
aid expressed and endorsed by tree on this island, with too few either empty.of trees, or too aften

me, displays the fact that at exceptions. They would fulfil the
east a cmuarthied of a "fellow design of their wise creator and oe cron waite tale:
slanders, are in abject ignorance be allowed to fully ripen so to 7 ouiq make my Barbadian peo-
if the natural and peculiar diffi- yield this island the plenitude of 1 edi "ana nut tree conscious
ulties, limitations and liabilities their bounteous gifts of ae :
u ‘ because few enough of them are
vhich are inseparable from the nourishment and other valuable stig aiid with: our. limited acres
ives of those who live upon such elements. | would certainly have . is a most lamentable state
circumscribed isl: and one to educate Bajans and try to make affairs, especially with the
o comparatively remote from them see the utter folly and ld in its pace al state of
ther islands, and certainly from criminal wastefulness involved in bated 2” ast the spactes of e
‘reat continents which __are treating this wonderful nut simply }&o% simi starvation for we. all
riendly and able to supply essen- as a thirst-quencher, and thus o ee cert eae
ials which we cannot create our- ges’ the real potential valué
elves. That ignorance is bad of the nut when matured, Per-
nough in all conscience, but haps one of the most untidy and
vhat of the wider and more disgraceful sights our streets dis

in the event of an atomic war.
There are a few. exceptions to
this almost general rule of in-
difference toward the utilization

niversal issues involved and ; 8 of empty land fo» the growing
: / play, is the heaps of beheaded
snced by those of such men- nuts, every one a broken inten I will tell you of

promise and a denial of God's

purpose for them. on the Hastings beach. It happen-

‘ What Waste ! that this includ tri
ise my imagination, on the as- 4. they lie in the gutters, or aan segregated oon ie vit

umption that I had been given disgrace our beaches, what waste
— may authority. In the do they represent? They represent Lend. memenctng Bn ah hay)
rst place would try to cea a the waste of countléss tons of. small, and had never grown any-
nose pe Bajan people who guile oils and fats, tons of poten- thing’ but bush and crabs since
sere sti . — t 7 t ae tial meal for animal feed of creation was. The soil was that
a“ ness, of the hard fact ‘ human, cocoanut milk, the most mixture of sand and earth which
were is a war oe as we usd Golicious of any milk, fuel for certain trees, including cocoanut
> ws os ae es ae heating irons, etc. fibre for brush- ang banana, will thrive well
; es re je since ease 3 es, mattresses, rope, and what not. enough upon, This small strip of
Gace ‘ ‘fens 0 Worl 4 Do ond ‘There are other potential products ygeless land was a challenge to
a They ee ard ation of value from both nut and the innate sense,of, land-responsi-
oat tha v ar ae Fanaa od *- tree, They say. wilful waste makes bility and fruit- ‘owing com-
oid: jo nelle: Hemet: woes Seale" woeful want, and all this 4s surely plex of this lady, with the follow-
nd heat ar ps yt + the Wilful waste. ‘What an incon- ing result, It is now producing
ches ah Paes A as ti gruity is the sight of a schooner actual banana and pawpaw fruit
ad onan ms omina an entering our harbour laden with after some 18 months of occupa-
n end to our freedom and 39,990 cocoanuts, and others with tion. In time it will also produce
emocracy is now replaced by the bags, of copra, cocoanut meal and —Figs (not banana) from two
ven won oe more dangerous ther. cocoanut products. We are bushes, | cherries,
ae Swen d ed by paying other people to do the gooseberries from one tree each,
fe and his band of internation- \ oy our unemployed could do, “buffa” bananas from a clump of
nee eel 4 have to be made to 224 for foodstuffs we could pro- twelve or more trees, and cocoa-
salts that Recce ine made to ‘duce ourselves, aye, and sell to nuts from dwarf trees,
~— # ussia will not give other lands, But you cannot have If this can be accomplished with
P is en ious effort until one your cocoanut »nd drink it, be- a small strip of waste shore-land,
f two ings happens, i.e., either fore it can do you any real good, think what can be done with the
he is beaten by a power greater anq fill your coffers, and your tracts of land bearing nothing but
han herself, or she suffers an stomachs with real food AND grass and bush, which grace, but

A War On This little lady bought a house

In this connection, permit me to

iternal collapse, under the in in this sense disgra

mersonian postulate that “evil Grit; of the large houses onthe island,
ontains the germ of its, own When I had, say, 400,000 2. well as so many of the not so
estruction.”. Even in the latter cocoanut palms . planted, with

large houses.
What is Wanted ?

What is wanted? Mainly a
sense of responsibility for the land
one owns or occupies, and a
realisation that God meant it for
growing things eo for the good
of His chi’dren. He also provided

iternative, apparently the lesser things organised for dealing with
f the two evils, Russia could in- the yield, and the products and
‘olve the whole world in the bye-products from nut and trees,
remendous conflagration. of her I would feel that the island would
ollapse. She is filed with hate be getting on the way to self-
nd evil and in her death throes sufficiency the keeping of body
he might well endeavour te des- and soul the population to-
voy her neighbours, and with the gether “if we were faced with oo feo2 and
et-plane and atom bomb, even we months of isolation, the. dwest money creators as
‘re her neighbours. She might not | My other priceless and life- )98.. cocoanut and banana
‘lways be able to keep on with her giving nut) would grow quite 1 tity eer aie st . erase
tink ” ca a

cold” wor technique, even it happily ct Pye small island such as this, esypecial-

‘he wants to. At an oment palms Wy
a might vant the inflamable tule, e British Government's |Y es regard to the threaten-
yaterial lying all around, and war African Pare cxvlcit was a cost- iN world situation, it is a sin of

ly failtire...The nut would not Omission to ignore this r*sponsi-
0 y. It was not happy y.

somehow, According to what I If Barbadians will not heed
saw and, gathered on a visit i Seals Ged, and the warnings from
Evans Ford’s bit of land above fri the need today for the
Tent Bay, he’ was rather bothered ul ion of every inch of our
about his peanuts being too ae precious and very limited but
happy. They, grew big at willing soil, then evil men like
an

spread about all over the Stalin will do go, if his
place, including places where warning is. ignored etl it io.

they had no Tight to be. They dis- late. He would destroy ws all, as
puted the right of anything grow- democrats and risti if he
ing to get in their way as they could. : Oe .
conquered new territory, Yes, I I think it was an American
would have my experts discover General. during the last war who,
what made Ford’s nuts happy and when told to sutrender by the
fat, and then would pro to enemy, replied in typicé
orgariise for hundreds of tons ‘of can disiogtien NORGE Te suggest
Barbadian-born peanuts, I would that the reply ich Barbados
base the calculations of the should give to ‘threat from
island’s needs in the event of total Stalin, on behalf ofthe Caribbean
war at a minimum of one pound eS FRUIT

peoples is—‘NUTS
of nuts per head per week, and TO YOU, JOE!” Let us all get
allow for 250,000 population. Yes,

started that plan ‘and cultiva-
there might well be thousands of tien so that we are more self-
atom-bomb refugees finding their suffieient if we are overtaken by
weary way to this blessed isle, that evil day. Up Bajans, and eat
and we would have to feed them ‘em! Yes, eat your very own

ould be upon us in the twinkling
vf an eye,

In my imaginary office as care-
iker of Barbados then, I would
ct upon the assumption that there
vag going to be a Third World
7ar, which would end all wars on
arth, and would herald the New
dispensation, the birth pangs of
‘hich have been harassing and
varing mankind now for almost
wo score years, I would do this
vithout spreading undue alarum,
r appearing too pessimistic, I
vould simply be realistic and
‘ould do that which the demo-
racies failed to do between. 1918
-39 — I would hope for the best
‘ut prepare for the worst, in-so-
‘ar as my island home and its in-
habitants were concerned, I would
‘earn from that which happened
» the island and how this little
isle was affected, during the last
war. I could not jearn sufficient
‘rom that under the changed cir-
cumstanee:, having in mind the

‘tom-bomb age, so 1 would have somehow. I would firstly be grown fruit and nuts so you save
‘9 use mv imagination. I would satisfied to have so many acres your money meantime, and per-
‘ave to allow, in my calculations planted so that I would be assured haps your lives in the threatening!

ind the of a goodly stock and nucleus. future,

subsequent actions; for

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| RISK IS STILL PART OF

THE OILMAN’S TASK

LONDON.

NEWS that Sir Robert Watson-Watt, the
scientist who pioneered the development of
radar, is to lead a search for oil in Canada,
using a new ftadar technique, has aroused
considerable interest, But Sir Robert him-
self has warned that it has not yet been
proved whether radar is able to penetrate
the earth’s crust and if his theory will, in
fact, succeed in taking the scientific search|’
for oil a further stage forward.

In point of fact, radar equipment has
already been used by the oil men in pin-
pointing positions. It played an especially
important part in a very extensive survey
carried out shortly affter the war in the
Bahamas area, Where four-fifths of the area
surveyed was covered by water. Indeed,
the oil industry has for long utilised every
scientific aid in locating potentially oil-
bearing subterranean rock strata, and the
element of chance so far as discovery of a
new petroleum deposit is concerned has been
correspondingly decreased. It has been cal-
culated that, on an average, one exploratory
well out of every five drilled as a result of
geological and geophysical guidance proves
productive as against only one in twenty
drilled without such preliminary scientific
investigation.

But, despite all these extremely valuable
precautions to eliminate as much risk ot
tailure as possible, such risk cannot be en-
tirely excluded. For, as yet, there is no
known method, other than actual test drill-
ing, to put the presence or absence of oil
—particularly in commercial quantities—in

a new area beyond dispute. All that the
scientists can do—and this in itself is of tre-
mendous service—is to indicate underground
rock beds, perhaps thousands of feet below
the surface, whose composition and confor-
mation favour the possible accumulation of
oil. As a corollary, they can also say that
the type of underground rock strata pre-
cludes any possibility of oil being present.
But they cannot say in so many words:
“Here you will find oil!” The most they can
say is “Here you may find oil!” or “Here you
certainly won't.”

The actual “proof of the pudding” — the
exploratory drilling programme — is inevi-
tably often a prolonged and exceedingly
costly investigation. Thus, one company in
Venezuela spent about £12 million over a
ten-year period on exploration and develop-
ment before it marketed a drop of oil. An-
other company, in Colombia, spent £15
million over a 23-year period before receiv-
ing the first return on its money. And in
Canada itself — the land where Sir Robert
is nuw about to lead yet another new search
for fresh oil deposits—over 100 exploratory
wells had to be drilled and hundreds ot
millions of dollars hazarded before the first
big post-war discovery was made in Alberta,
at Leduc,

It is verhaps one of the most fascinating
things about this industry to an oil man that
he never knows for certain when some out-
standing new discovery is coming. The ever-
present element of chance, and the possibil-
ity of eventual disappointment after endless
time and capital has been sunk in an ex-
ploratory venture, makes success, when it
is gained, that much more thrilling than if
it were assured at the outset of a project.

Nevertheless, the oil industry is always
striving to reduce the incidence of risk by
seizing upon every new scientific advance
that can be adapted to its own ends. And
if Sir Robert is able to perfect a new ex-
ploration technique, incorporating radar,
which adds to the accuracy of the search—
the oil men will be among the very first
to congratulate him upon his feat.

THE WAY 10 BE HAPPY-EAT

From NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK
THE high cost of eating is going lower.
And the psychologists are telling Ameri-
cans that if they eat more and better food
they may have more pleasant personalities.
Science has been exploring likes and dis-
‘likes in food. Some results: Men get more
enjoyment from eating than women. | Food
affects us mentally and emotionally. People
finicky about eating tend to be domineering,
lack emotional stability but show greater
ability in expressing ‘themselves, and more.
self-confidence. t ;
People who eat everything are happier,
better adjusted, less excitable and not so.
moody.

SCIENTIFIC HINT to housewives — the
average man gets mad and blows up about
six times a week, usually just before meals.

The housewives are happy to find’ that
steak is down from 5d. to 10d. a lb., eggs
down 9d. a dozen, lamb rib chops 4d. a Ib.
Butter is also cheaper.

So father is apt to be more contented these
nights when he gets home from the office—|!
especially if he can be fed quickly.

A NEW electric gadget for housewives has
several attachments like a vacuum cleaner
fo polish floors ard furniture, dlean and
scour pans and sharpen knives,

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cet

Hearing Begins

Further

Evidence

To Be Given Today

NINE witnesses gave ev

Sessions yesterday before Mr, Justice J. W.

ridence at the Court of Grand
B. Chenery

when hearing of the case against Fitz Harold Haddock who

is charged with manslaughter began.
killed

to have unlawfully
while driving the car M691

Haddock is alleged
foursyear-old Carl Rogers
along’ Prospect, St. James, cu

May 18. Hearirig of the case continues to-day at 10 a.m.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C.,
ing for the Crown,

Mr. E. K. Walcott, Q.C. asso-
ciated with Mr. J. S, B, Dear is
Counsel for Haddock.

The witnesses who have given
evidence are Mr. Stephen Rogers,
Carl’s' father, Anthony Rogers,
his brother, Chief Inspector of
Police Torrence Franklyn, Su-
perintendent Eustace Simmonds,
Dr, A,.S, Cato, Mr. Neville Young,
Mr. Aubrey Farnum, [Inspector of
motor vehicles, Department of
Highways & Transport, Sgt.
Archer, and Mr, John A, Small,

After three witnesses gave
evidence, the jury visited the
scene of the accident.

Mr. Reece, opening the case for
the Prosecution, said that an event
had taken place on the evening
of May 18 on Prospect Road as
a result of which Carl Rogers lost
his life. He would begin by say-
ing that in every criminal case
the onus was on the Prosecution
to prove the case beyond a doubt
against the prisoner, It would
be for them, after hearing the
evidence which had been given
in the stand to say whether or
the Prosecution had dis-
charged that onus.

“I say that because -this is a
matter which has been given-a
great. deal of publicity. It is a
matter out of which another case
came in another Court, No doubt
you read the newspapers in re-
lation to that case or the reports
when. =the -preliminary hearing
was before the Police Magistrate,
or you may have heard .of it
from a friend. t

Decision On Evidence

“From things told you, “you
may have formed ideas touthing
this matter before you were
empanelled, and I would like to
warn you that none of these
things must operate in your
minds and the only facts on

which you are to try this case
are those disclosed in the witness
stand, taking into account the
manner in which evidence is
given, the credibility you think
you can attach to it, the demean-
our of the witnesses; etc.,,

He qudted the definition
manslaughter from Archbold.

He said that when it came to
the evidence they haq first to say
whether there was that high de-
gree of negligence which con-
dtituted manslaughter, whether
there was only sufficient for dan-
gerous driving, or whether the
accused was not guilty.

Stephen Rogers, a
Prospect, said he was Carl's
father... He. left Carl at home
about 4 pm, Went out. When he
returned about’ 6 p.m. Cart. was
lying in an apparently uncon-
scious. condition,on ‘the ground,
and he took him to the hospital.

Thirteen-year-old Anthony
Rogers said that he was sitting on
the front of “his father’s door
steps alefig with his two brothers
Carl and>Roy, his sister Rita
and a frien from next door
named David. They were look-
ing towards Bridgetown, He
heard a motor cycle coming up
flying and a car behind it. He did
not look back for the car, but
kept watching the motor cycle.
Shortly after he heard a_ crash
and his foot felt numb. When he
looked around his brothers and
sister were lying on the ground.
He did not see David,

A ear had: been parked a short
distance below a curve on the
left side of the road by the house
of a man ‘named Cecil. It haa
been parkeq there before the
accident, :

Cross-examined, he said that a
part of the step shown in a pic-
ture of the area to be broken off
had been broken off before the

of

clerk of

accident.
Inspector Torrence Franklyn
produced photographs of the

scene. He said he took the pho-
tographs on May 19 about 9 a.m,
looking Southeast from Bridge-
town. ‘

Superintendent Eustace Sim-
monds said that he went to the
scene of the accident about 7.10
p.m. on May 18, The car M 691
was in the gutter facing Bridge-
town. Haddock was present. He
sent him to be examined and dis-
covered that he was not suffering
from any alcoholic drink.

Tyre Marks

Tyre marks were on the road
leading to the steps. A police
was put to watch the ear during

the night oe 28'ke proms
mor E z e yviSited the
seerle Lhe he met Mr.
Farnum of the Highways»eand
Transport, “Haddock was also
present. ee .

Mr. Farnum and he _ took

measurements. “The road was 17,



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feet,.6 in¢hes. wide at the point
where the car was. The car was
five feet twe or three inches wide
and 13 feet, 10 inches long. Im-
mediately before the steps there
was a platform four feet, ten and
a half inches long, one foot, two

inches wide and eight inches
thick.
He charged Haddock with

eausing injuries and afterwards

changed this. charge to man-
slaughter,

On June 8 Mr, Farnum and he
went back to the scene, They
measured the spot shown. by
Haddock where the car was and
to. the house this was 66 feet.

The car was 176 feet away and
they moved it back to 200 feet
away.

Cross-examined he said that
Haddock was a licensed driver
for ten years and his licence had
never been endorsed. When he
was taking measurements, he
was about -the left centre of the
road, Bushes were around the
curve,

The corner was a blind corner
and many accidents occurred
there. He never heard that the
Commissioner of, Police Colonel
Michelin’ had himself had an ac-
cident around that corner. The
Police seldom prosecuted drivers
in aecidents about that corner,

Performed, Post Mortem

Dr, A. S. Cate said thathe per-
formed the ‘post’mortem.on Carl
on May 20. From his examina-
tion and from a consideration of
all the cireumStanées ‘surround-
ing the »déath, -in hig opinion
death was due*to cerebral hae-
mawrhage and fracture of the
skuu, THES injury” could have
been caused -by-an impact with a
heavy object.

Neville Woung a _ butler of
Prospect, said that he was home
sitting in his verandah. His
home-was-ebeut four houses from
Carl’s home and on the same
side., Going from Speightstown
towards Bridgetown one would
come to.his home first before
coming to the Rogers’.

The evening that the accident
occurred a car was parked on the
left hand side of the road going
to town about three houses from
Rogers. The car M-691 passed
the parked car and hit the wall
in front of his home.

He haq first seen the car when
it passed in front of his home, A

motor cycle was travelling in
front of the car. He did not
know how fast the car was
travelling. When it hit the wall
he ‘realised that it must have
struck the children. He had not
seen the children immediately

before the accident, but had seen
them half an hour before in the
sea bathing.

Mr. Aubrey Farnum said that
on May 18 about 8 p.m. he went
to the scene of the accident on
Prospect. Road and saw the car
M-691, on the right side of the
road facing Bridgetown. The
front of the car was resting
against a wall, Its right side was
damaged. He examined it then
and returned about 9 to 10
o'clock the following morning to
re-examine it. The brakes could
not be tested as they were
smashed. The tyres were dam-
aged. * Madésa..thorough ex-
amination. i: = aon

On June 8*he ang Superintend-
ent Simmonds: returned to the
scene with the cat G-262. Super-
intendent S?mmonds put the car
in a, eertain “position and they
took mé@asuréments. When mak-
ing his. measurements he was in
the centre.of the ‘road. ‘They first
measured the can 176 feét from
the steps and then went further
away 200 feet to see what could be
seen from the various distances.

They took no measurements
from the left side of the road.

On the left side of the road from
the door steps there Were tyre
marks 66 feet away.

Steering Rods Whole

The steering rods were whole,
only bent with the blow it had re-
ceived in the collision,

Cross-examined he said that his
memory was quile well. Since it
Was. put to him that the two dis-
tanees 176 and 200 related to the
position Of the car, he remem-
bered. that they really did, The
measurement of 66 feet was really
the measurement from the door
steps to the car Ge262.

To the Jud Said that his
ofily “explanati > His making a
mistake about the distance was
that hewead his diagram wrongly.

On) May: +9 when he réturned to
the scene Ma, -Craigg arrived short-
ly after him. He could not re+

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Harbour Kept Busy
By Week-end Traffic

Seven arrivals and nine departures kept the harbour
busy over the past week-end.

Of these arrivals, there were only two schooners, both
of which arrived from Trinidad, while the remaining five
were steamships hailing from various ports with various
cargoes.



The departures consisted most-
ly of schooners which, during the
past week, kept the Careenage
continuously busy and_ blocked,
Among those leaving port were: —
Sunshine R., Rebecca E., Mitchell,
Mary E, Caroline, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Bel Queen, Harriet Whit-

Tennis Courts
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The three

BARBALOS ADVOCATE

Manslaughter Case

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T’'dad Agriculture
Director Leaves

SEAWELL,
Williams,

Dire

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Nov

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Barbadian
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WHEN CONSTRUCTING

Ne Guard dad returned to that colony by}
iw E B.W.LA. last night. accompanied |
, : lb s. Williams,
r ‘art Williams. who had _ been OR REPAIRING A
House For | Ie puty Director in British Guiana
j | {oi many years was recently pro-

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Pelican

A new guard house is being
erected at Pelican Island. The
former guard room which was
erected out of wood, was recently
demolished. It is being replaced
by a building out of concrete
blocks. ?

Five masons and four labourers
are working on the new building.
The conerete blocks are being
transported from a jetty at the
Reef Beach to a jetty on the south
side” of the island. From there
they are removed to the site of
the new building,

Samuel Collymore, who is super-
vising the work, told the Advé-
cate that it was held up for a short
while because of the slow delivery
of blocks.

When inmates are on the
island, Policemen use the guard
voom as their quarters.

A SURPRISE

Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E., re-
ceived the shock of his life yes-
terday. Mr. Beckles, — thirsty
because of the heat of the day,

got a green cocoanut and opened
it to get a cool drink of water. To



; : and
his surprise the cocoanut was all ais |
shell. “THE VILLAGE |
The area where the cocoanut Hastings

milk should have been found was
all fibre.

BOATS GET OWNERS

The Calvert fishing boats which
were built at the grounds of the
‘Fisheries Office, now have their
owners. Two weeks ago the owners
were summoned to the Fisheries
Office. The boats were numbered
and these numbers placed in a hat.
The owners then drew for the
boats.

After the boats were drawn for,

the owners directed the Fisheries
Qffice to paint the boats in the
colours they desired.
.. Twenty-eight boats are now in|
the Fisheries Office yard. Two or |
three more will be erected but at
present work is concentrated on
the 28.

Concrete keels have been at-
tached to three so far and the
masons have started on three

more. ‘Three masons are making ||

these’ keels,
FOR FISHERIES TALKS

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries Of-
ficer, left the island last week for
U.S.A. to attend the Fifth Annual
Session of the Gulf and Caribbean
Fisheries Institute,

lawn tennis courts taker. All of these schooners . oe
at the Princess Alice Playing were consigned to the Schooner , Mr. J. K. Drayton, his assistant,
Field are to be enclosed. Sixty Owners’ Association, is acting Fisheries Officer. Mr.

wallaba posts were recently car-
ried to the Playing Field for the
purpose of enclosing the courts,

PASSENGERS BY COLOMBIE

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liner Colombie ar-

Drayton took up duties from Fri-
day last.

FLYING FISH

Mr. Randolph Griffith, caretak- . ti port bn.,Sunday from Tao Tae
er, told the Advocate that bicycles !Ived in or 1 y fr of itt in h
anid 'pedestriins trample iver the Trinidad on ‘its ‘way ‘to’ Martin= geek. gee rd At the Reef
courts day and night. “We will not ique.

be able to keep the courts in good
condition if they are not enclos-
ed,” he said.
over
you would be surprised to see the
damage done.”

The liner brought 305 passen-
gers, 45 of which fanded and the
“If anyone walks
after a rainfall,

the. court

cargo consisting of shirts, clocks
The gates to the Playing Fiela

Beach yesterday some were being
landed from early in the after-

q r intrans! noon.
eednes the caneen of passen- There was a fairly large crowd
gers © the . Colomble brought |< a°o% housewives awaiting the

boats and much of the fish was sold
before the fishermen could get it



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closing time of seven o’clock was
too early.

Like Queen’s Park, the care-
taker has a bell to signal the peo.
ple to leave, but he said “Some-
times many people leave by the
chimes of the Public Building
clock.”

Visitors to the Princess Alice
Playing Field are now complain-
ing that they would like a Redif-
fusion service installed, Thev sav
that the Pavilion is very airy and
nice but they would also like ta
listen to a radio programme.
BAY STREET SEA WINDOW.

Work is practically completed
On “the window by the sea” oppo~
site the General Hospital. This
open spot was cleaned up and a
terrace is now being made.

Running beside the window is a
sidewalk for pedestrians, “This
area long needed a sidewalk,” a
pedestrian told the Advocate yes-



terday.
RESUMES DUTIES.
Major R. A, Stoute, Deputy

Commissioner of Police, resumed
duties yesterday morning after a
month's leave, During his ab-
sence, Colonel Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, carried out the

duties of the Deputy Commission-
er in addition to his substantive
duties.

RUAD SAFETY FILMS.
The local Police authorities have
recently received two Road Safe-
ty Films from England which w)l

be shown to the motoring publ«
as part of their Road Safe.y Cisn-
paign.

Later this week On a day to be
| announced, one of these films will

be shown at the Bridgetown Plaza
| Cinema. Holders of current driv-
| ing licences will be admitted to
| see the films free.







HERE'S A

CHI!.DREN

J&R

| FOR SCHOOL





ENRICHED

and a quantity of bundles of hard =
board. The vessel is under the to the Fish Market. *) spices
command of Captain P. Dupont and a quantity of tyres, almanacs,
and has as its local agents here, jron bolts and paints.

Messrs. R. M. Jones Ltd , Master of the vessel is Captain
R. Joseph and is consigned to the

STRIPED TROPICAL SUITS
in Fawn & Brown @ $43.84

PLAIN WORST) SUITS
in Fawn and trown

GABARDINE SUITS
in Fawn & Brown @ $61.55

SPORTS COATS

























FLOUR AND OATS |Schooner Owners’ Association, Single Breasted @ $41.87 : Blue, Grey, ~~ and
Five thousand, one . hundred | Double Breasted @ $42.72 from $18.56. to $29.22,

and seventy bags of flour and) {—~jameond Rings ; “i seni 00, to .

1,765 bags of oats were the chief | PIN STRIFE ED WORSTE PANTS

items of the cargo of the steam-| LOUIS L. BAYLEY SUITS ‘

ship Kim which arrived in port | Bolton Lane

from Halifax over the week-end, | wer ware 5909007

cage to the. dsiand and: this the|9 FRESH SEEDS
AT
WEATHERHEAD'S

in Navy & Brown @ $43.84

in Worsted, Garbardine and
Blue and Grey @ $48.80

Linen from $10.24 to $27.75







48
cluded fooastuff and cotton piece | HIARRISON’S_ :-:

goods. Besides the shipment of? ¥
flour and oats, the Kim also
brought 109 tierces and 88 barrels
of pickled pork, 1,120 bags of
oilmeal and a large shipment of
pine lumber,

















Dial: 2352 |
|
|
|

You Should Select |

The Kim arrived under the!Â¥
command of Captain A, H. Carrot, Beet, Cabbage, Lettuce, these —_—
Hansen and is consigned to Tomato, Thyme, Sweet Corn,

Cress, Spinach, Parsley, Onion,
Okra, Swiss Chard, Squash,
Leck, Radish, Brussels Sprouts,
Celery, Watermelon, Oauli-

Da Costa & Co., Ltd, Le
GENERAL CARGO %
> schi Rainbow M. |g

FINE GIFTS

The schooner % flower, Pepper, Turnip, Bro-
which arrived in the colony on|¥ ¢oni, Cucumber, Kohl Rabi, |
Saturday from Trinidad brought Mustard, Sweet Mayoram, i

¢ Pumpkin, and Beans (5 kinds)

}
¢

This cargo included 25 tons of | %

a general cargo to the island.



FOR A
MAN!



; aa Zinnia, Snapdragon, Pinks,

metal, 112 cylinders of . gas,.a ”
quantity of cod liver oil and a|@ Coreopsis, Petunia, Senaien,
npment of tractor parts, bmp eens gon Willtem
The Rainbow M. is under the | % ee ecaaice, ee .

Candytuft, Sweet Peas, Dahlia,
% Aster, Calliopsis, Chrysanthe-
* mum, Masturtium, Larkspur,
Portulaca, Ageratum, Salvia,
Forget-me-not, Cosmos, Holly-
hock, Balsam.

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD



command of Captain G. Marks
end is consigned to the Schooner
Owners’ Association,

CARGO FROM TRINIDAD
Island Star ar-
colony over . the





The schooner
rived in the

week-end from Trinidad ar
argo of mixed items for e é
sland, LTD.

This cargo included 1,000 con-
iners of beer, 72 cylinders of
as, 230 pieees of cedar boards gee 6 OCCU 40009
: a

SLICE OF STRENGTH

Head of Broad Street

BATH ROBES

AND
DRESSING
GOWNS





LADIES
WEEK-END
CASES



CAVE SHEPHERD
& CO. ITD.

10, 11, 12, 18 BROAD STREET



——————

PAGE Six

CLASSIFIED ADS. |

TELEPHONE 2508

FOR SALE





DIED

{
Ne a

INNISS—On Sunday 1€th November 1952















Amy Inniss, teloved wife of Harold
Inniss. Funeral took place fom her AUTOMOTIVE
late residence “The Bungalov c
r.som, tte same evening at the Cr! BEDFORD VAN . :
“hute ~hur AD 10/12 ewts lit-
bates oe wg" aurance§ Inniss,|"¢ used and in really good condition
Freidas Shearn, Muriel Swtggs — Diai 4616, Courtesy Garage
ee ces 18.11. S3—Iin | 14.11 .52-—-6n
pond 1
CAR—Prefect Ford in good condition.
THANKS Dial 6213. 16.11, 52—3n
a spcaletaty CAR—Morris-Oxford, good ha
RINKSON—The undersigned desire mileage under 3,00 Teiephone 2949
through this medium to return thanks 4.11. 52—t.f.n
—_< 8 _- _____

to al) the kind friends who attended

CAR—Ford Frefect Car, excellent









he» funeral, sent wreaths, cards and a ne
atnewiae tonddled with us in our dition Dial 4050 day-time 8678 ni

rerent sad beteavement in the death o/ | time Charles Smith 18.11.52—6n0

lute Josephine Hinkson eens thete dae a

Misiaaet tiiaaieen idaughter!, Clarenc:| CAR—One Vauxhall, 1939 model 2

Nurse (great “nephew! and othe: men {H.P. in good condition, For enquiries

bets of the dlinkson, Nurse and Weekes|Mrs. A. G. Bancroft, Woodside, Fon-

Families. 18.11.52—1) | l@belle. Dial 3840 18.11. 52—3n

—_—

CAR-—Standard 8 H.P. Tyres & Bat-

IN MEMORIAM 'tery new, in good condition. Dial 2582.

| 16.11,5 —3n,







a | CAR—One Vauxhall Velox. 14,000 miles
GREENIDGE—Ii memory of Modoli joan be seen Eckstein’s Garage, Bay
Greenidge who was hastened fro. | Street, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
thie seeng.on November 17, 1950. | 16.11.52—3n.
She has*done she has gone - span .

Gone id gesilent home CAR—One Vauxhall VELOX, practically

Over the livers of rest new, only done 4,000 miles, Phone

Into’ that.slemt land. , EDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD
Caroline Greetridge (mother), Maskeil % 15. 11.52—ah
Henderon “Tsotts) . NO.11 BO teased sees



CAR--One Citreon Car, excellent con-

—
KNIGH Tin jeving memory of our de. dition, Phone REDMAN & TAYLOR'S



brother Denril Knight who depart! GARAGE LTD. 16.11 52

this 1if6.GA November 18th, 1960, . vo Sa
Days of sadness still come o'er us CAR-Wolseley. Perfect runn rde
Secret.tewrs do often flow i 15,248 miles. Contact Blow 95-273. .

For this-day has brought anew |
Memories of 2 years ago, i
Ever to be semembered by the Knights
femi y, 18.11.56

15.11.52—3n.



oul tales amil . tacsae
n| ,.CAPS--Sedan Morris 8 and one Wolgse-
“| ley 8. Apply to M. Farmer, Walkspring,
7 of St. Thomas 15.11. 52—3n
MAYERS—In loving memory of our me Me
dear | daugtites, sister and mother Rta STANDARD 8 HP. X997 in good
Budora»- Mayers who died on Noven.t.r| condition. Three new tyres, new battery
18, 1951. Phone D. E. Worme 4599 ms
§ has. gone yet not forgotten
Th our memory fades and our lives
depart
Sht¢ will always be remembered in
all our hearts.
still Zresh in our memory by Lester
json), James and Edna Mavers (parent.',









18.11.52—2n

USED CARS — A fine selection includ-
ing two (2) Hillman Minx, Morris Oxford
Austin A-40, Vauxhali Velox, Ford Pre-
fect, Chrysler Windsor suitable for Hire
especially and a 1938 Chrysler Royal





Lioyd (brother), Horace (brother,| suitable for conversi
Cutaead), Lucille (sister), —-1$.11.621n | 4616, Courtesy Galas. to 1c eee
a, ——_—_—_——
FOR oe
nite eaaborecny is le
RENT ee a
~ON A PYE. Baie = 4



a ce nt

X'MAS TREE (LIGHTS with Nursery
Rhymes (12 to set) — Dial 4391 — Cour-
tesy Garage 14.11,52—6n.
Leeann

LIVESTOCK

penetra:
RACE HORSE—Galashiels, 3 year o
filly by Vmiddad (winner of the pa
Gold Cup and second in the Derby) out
of La Bora (winner and dam of winners)
by Palais Royal. Remainder of pedigree
supplied if required. Apply: Hon. V. C
Gale, 15.11,52—4n

RACE HORSAS — 2 y.o. half-bred
gelding ‘DYNAMITE’ by Colrose (the
sire of Colombus) out of Mishette, Ran
srd at the November meeting

2 y.0. Thoroughbred colt ‘NIT WIT
by Jetsam out of Quick Wit. Nominated
for all Trinidad and Barbados Classics
next year, Placed 5th



HOUSES

———_—_—_—
FLATS. ABERGELDIE—One (1) three

bedroom. One (1) one bedroom.

Apply to Mr. C. Field. Dial 4255,





18.11, 52—0n





ee a
WAY — Fully ‘urnished 3 bed-
ron hae St. Philip coast. Lighting

Watermill supply. Ca 2
Covent rooms. Monshiy ient ‘Sf aes
8 peace, here>, 1.11,52—t.1 n.

ee

ONE HOUSE-—Howell's Cross one
-onsists of latge drawing room, -
Olea : and kitchen, $20.00

f
robs) ame 18.11.52—2n.

per month. Dial 4837 5 aed
ished 4-bec-
uble Garage
plant, Water-

NEWHAVEN — pats
room ‘house, Crane Coas
3 Servant rooms, Lighting









° lus $3 y in only race

Canine eharee. iN ‘ADVANCE. Dial ee eee 18.11.5231

Holex Watches ,MACHINE—Singer Treadie Sewing Ma-

up L. MANLER (canst hehe ana
“Bolton Lane MISCELLANEOUS

AMERICAN Comics and Magazines

See us for the latest and best in Comics.
Westerns ete. Also True Story, True
Detective ete, Stanway Store, Lucas

Street, 18.11,52—1n












BOAT—21 x 7 6 Boat. “NAHLIN,”
Morris Marine Engine: Reduction Gear
hull and engine in first class order:
Ready for launching, 600 ibs, lead on
keel. Will sell in whole or engine, hull,
and lead separately, Seen at Yacht Club.
Phone Drs. Massiah or Skinner

18.11,52—6n

Sena

“CREAMOLIVE SOAP"—Through an
overstock we have had to reduce same
from 5c, to 10c., so now is your op-
portunity to buy for Kmas, KNIGHT'S
LTD. 18,11, 52—3n



INDIAN CORN
Mount Pleasant





at $5.00
Plantation,

per
St.

bushe!
James
18.11, 52—6n

rr
“PEVITONE TONK*”—For restoratior

FURNITURE
AUCTION

HAYNES COURT.
St. John.
(Near High School)

Approach op osite Colleton and



o Advocate fo., Ltd.
Representative. Tel. 3113." oe
*7.4,02—t.f.n

STOVES The f
YALOR mas ‘ny Sone
GARAGE. sm

TABLE TEN
size Painted
Phone 4868.

TURM

14.11,.52—6n
IS BOARD—One (1) ful



follow coloured road marks
Shreugh pues Hill.

“PRURSDAY, 26th NOVEMBER
wm at 11.30 a.m,
AND FOLLOWING ¥
IF NOT eOneoale

We are favoured with instruc-
tions from Mrs. H. M. BLOW to

tles,
—_—





~=16, 60016 500-16, 400—19,

Di 2696
Auto Tyre Co. i

16.11. 62—tt.n

or premature baldness, scale trritations





PYR RADIOGRAM, Oval
Dining Table, Set of Dining Chairs,





Occas, Coffee Tables, Tip-Top
os, Drop Leaf Table, Writing REAL ESTATE
s,.Trinket Table, Ornaments lathe hit aacescige
. Armehatrs, HOUSE SPOT

House

Pr: pright Chairs
(various),~ Vanity inet, Side- on Blue Waters Terrace,







































after
ah Gat pyblipation in London. Contaci

&
stand, 1 Burner
— COURTESY

ble Tennis Board with |? to 6 p.m
18.11,52—2n | ~

TYRES — Special Offer at Reduced
Truck and Car Tyres 30 x 5, 650

'

of physical energy, we recommend thi

valuable tonic. Obtainable at Knight’:

rug Stores. Price 90 c. bot.
18,11.52—3n

SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily Telegraph

England's leading Daily Newspaper now

arriving in Barbados by Air only a few

“VOSENE” for Dandruff falling. hair



oapdsete Other Kitchen Furniture,
Servants! “Beds, Chairs, & Tables,
‘itehen. Ufensiis, Tools, Cream
Vepbratoh, Several) Churns and
lik Buckets, Oil Druims, 300-400
Gale Iron” Tank, Shooting Sticks,
Razors, Eiderdowns,
an@ many other



ee

S@ASH ON THE FALL OF
HAMMER

e
AUCTIONEERS

Jonn V4. Biadon
8 Ce.

A.F.8.) F.Y.A.

PHON®E 4640
PLANTATIONS BUILDING

_———————————.



The Money Saving
Way

Popular Bureaus, Bedsteads,
i ae Washstands $9.00
MP, 0) an Flat Springs
TABLES for Dining, Kitchen and
Fancy use, Larders, Waggons, Teo



Trolleys, Sideboards — Kitchen,
c hina a eur Cabinets.

S50 ‘es $3.50 up — DRAW-
ING ROOM FURNITURE. Rush

Furniture for Little and Big Screen
Frames, Ironing and Laundering
te Beaches, Office-height

5 in wood and rush Rope
Mats $1.20 up r

See

L. S: WILSON

SPRY STREET:

99O0OGOO0OOS-

DIAI 4009



@

%
9O00OOOe





LOST

WATCH Between
City harmacy 1 ladies’ Silver Wrist
Watch Finder will be rewarded ,gn
bringing same to the Advocate Advertis-
ing Dept 18.11.52-—1n

PERSONAL |

River Road and





The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons

proach

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LOST & FOUND | Mr. Eisenhower

Is Deterniined

| To Be Friendly

AUGUSTA, Georgia, Noy, 17.
President elect Eisenhower ap-
his conference with

President Truman in Washington

tomorrow with a determination to

be friendly but made no promises

Mr, Eisenhower however much

whemanowms in my Wame as I do not} h@ may agree or disagree with

wciae ob eae fee 3e>> the Truman Administration did
any Bi ame

unless by a written order signed by me not want to become involved in

KENNETH B. GREAVES. policy decisions of out-going

Evelyn's Avenue, Democrats. Further more Mr.

St Micnce:, [Eisenhower had instructed his



18.11. 52—2n





special experts
tion of Federal power to consult

on the transi-

Wednesday’s conferences with

PUBLIC NOTICES key Republican Congressional
leaders ens one Fv Ses-

sion with nator obert A.

NOTICE Taft and Representative Joseph

PARISH OF sT. LUCY
Applications for one or more vacant
Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the Alexan-
dra School will be received by me not
later than Saturday 29th inst. Candidates
must be daughters of Parishioners of St
Lucy in straitened circumstances and not
less than eight and not more than twelve
years of age. Forms of application must
be obtained from the Parochial Treasurer
on office days. A Baptismal Certificate
must accompany each application,
Ez,




















O. L. DEAN
Vestry Clerk,
St. Lucy

15.11. 42--n,



NOTICE
PARISH OF 8ST. LUCY

Tenders are invited for Zhe supplying of
twenty-three (23) or more pints of fres!
milk daily to the St. Lucy’s Almshouse
as from ist January, 1953.

Tenders will be received by the under-
signed up to and ihcluding Saturday 6th
December, 1952

0. L. DEANE,

Clerk to Poor Law Guardians,
St. Lucy.
15 .11.52—3n



jOTICE

THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO., LTD.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica-
tion has been made to the Directors of
the above named company by Augustus
Charles William Griffith for the issue of
a share certificate for four shares, Nos.
17539-17542, inclusive, dated 4th August.
1943, upon the statement that the certifi-
cate issued to the said Augustus Charles
Witism Griffith has lost and not
deposited with anyone as security or
otherwise, and notice is hereby given that
if within thirty days from date hereof
no claim or representation in respect o/
sven original certificate is made to the
Directors, they will then proceed to deal

with such application for a duplicate

By order of the Board of Directors.
1. H, CORBIN,

Secretary
14.11,.52—

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Marie Eastmond,







Dated this 17th cay of November 1952
To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,



granted to Owen T. .Allder in respect
of a Wall buildifig aot Waterloo Road,
Richmond Gap, for permission to use
said Liquor License at said premises
Richmond Gam St. Michael,
Dated this 17th day of November 1952,
ToG B. @ yi i"
Ag. Folice Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
CLEMENT O. NILES,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, Distriet ‘A’ on Friday.
the 28th day of November, 1962, at
11 o’cloek, a.m,
G 8B. GRIFFITH,
Ag. Magistrate, Dist, “A.”
18.11,.52—In

airy rooms
James Street
18,11.52—6n

Police



ROOMS—Two (2) large
Barbados Bakeries Ltd.,
Phone 4758.

WANTED





HELP

EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED BOOK-
KEEPER for Limited Liability Company

13.11.52—t.f.n
IMPORTANT
CUTTER—Girl with experience, pre-
ference who know shirting, pyjamas
night gowns, dressing gowns, dresses
Apply Christ Palace, J. N. T. Chatlani,
Baxter's & Passage Rd, From
18.11.5211

} | Corner







MISCELLANEOUS

he ae



GUERNSEY ret Calf, fresh. in
milk 25-30 pts. M Rayeide No. 3, St
. | fohn, 8,11.52—2n




. Full





se] by Auction the_fine collection Shin BRA iulitelcce” opine aot in
of ble SHERYTON Nature's danger signals. re} details and price to ~ Advocate
Seriaur FURNITURE, also goo D te Veeee ral noe Nigiect Co. : 8.11.52—7n
quality Modern Pieces, ire, Piaw. |:
an cor" Household Effects at sy

aie one tape 00 US Housing Experts
vi DAY PRIOR TO AND J

= MORNING OF SALE PUHRLIC SALES

+s @ From Page 1.

perts on an inspection tour of
aided low cast housing pr-
grammes now in progress in
.|Puerto Rico and Antigua, Later
they returned to Jamaica with

thing di nt to offer,

They were both here in May this
year when they took away pleas-
ant m@mories of the island anc

were certainly giag to be back.
)

The
Thanksgiving Service
of the OHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH, Bay Street, will
be held on Thursday Evening,
November 27th, at 8 o’clock.

18.1 —3n.















Apply to P.O. Box 84, Roseau, Dominica,
B.W.T.

W. Martin jnr. He will also meet

at his New York headquarters

Wednesday with Senator Styles

oe and Senator Alexander
iley.

Mr, Eisenhcwer was under pres-

sure from séveral quarters to make
a publie statement giving support
to the present United States Diplo-
macy policy in Korea.
admitted
sages’’ to this effect at his vacation
neadquarters here.
was certain to come up at the
White House tomerrow but Mr
Eisenhower showed no signs of
being hurried into any active jcint
participation in the workings of
the Truman Administration.
preferred to operate on the simple
theory that he plainly has no au-
thority until he
January 20.

His staff

receiving “some mes-

The subject

He

is inaugurate:

Whether Mr. Truman and Secre-

tary of State Acheson cowld talk
him into a statement on Korea en-
dorsing their policies remained the
question to be answered only m
the Cabinet Room of the White

House:

SEA & AIR



Schooners:—- Philip H. Davidson,

Franklyn D. R., D’Ortac, Lady Steadfast,

shormonper Beckwith Street, nower island Star, Rainbow M., Confident LG., where the Best Books, Stationery
9 iquor cense No. 880 of 1952, }Everdene show
granted to Fitz Savoury in respect o Motor Vessel:— T, B. Radar ' and Xmas Cards are now on

a board and shingle shop in Beckles! ARRIVALS

Moad for permission to use said Liquo: SATURDAY 15TH.

License at a wooden building neq M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons, from Trini-

Queens Street, Beckwith Street, St. [dad under Captain Williams. Agents:

Michael H. Jason Jones & Co r

S.S. Golfito, 4,505 tons,

ampton “under Captain S. Sapsworth

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” Agents: Wilkinson & Haynes Co. Ltd.
MARIE EBASTMOND, S.S. Kim, 3,058 tons, from Halitax
Applicant under Captain Hansen. Consignea’ to
N.B.—This applitation will be ton-|Da Costa & Co.
sidered at a Licensing Covrt to be held SUNDAY 16TH
at Police Court, District “A” on Friday, Sch, Island Star, 37 tons, from
the 28th day of November, 1952, at| Trinidad under Captain R Joseph
11 o’elock, a.m Gonsigned to the Schooner Owners’
G. B. GRIFFITH, Association
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist, “A.” S.S. Colombie, 7,381 tons, from Trini-
18.11.52—1n. |[dad under Captain FF, Dupont. Agents:
_—_—_— — |R. M. Jones .
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE MONDAY \1THt
*he . . Sch. Gardenia W., 48 tons, irom
The application of Clement ©. Niles, Trinidad under Captain Cc Wallace
States oe ee meee eine Consigned to the Schodner Owners: |

Association.
$8.8. Cottica, 2,321 tons, from Amster-
dam tnder “Captam N. Van Deum
pe & Sons Ltd
Ye a
Sch. Sunshine R.; for Fishing Banks.
Sch, Rebecca E. Mitchell for Trinidad.
h. Mary E, Caroline for Dominica
S.S. Alcoa Pegasus for Caripito.
SATURDAY 15TH
Sch. Marion Belle Woife for Britis.
Queen for St. Vincent
§.S. Golfito for Trinidad
SUNDAY 16TH
M.V. Athelbrook for Trinidad
Sch, Hauiet Whittaker for Martinique
M.V. Jenkins. Roberts for Trinidad
S.S,. Colombie for Martinique.
S.S. Sundial for Trinidad.
S.S. Kim for St. Vincent

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.
From Tr 3
NOVEMBER 1sTH

M. Hadaway, ¥
W. Brunner,

Stewart, ©
Cc, Menezes, ‘L

o’olive ra
Gall, H

Davidson, J. O'Keefe, J. OvLeary, M
Band and K. Marshall
From Grenada:

NOVEMBER 15TH

R. Faikner, R. Hadeed and S. Madce
From Yenesuscia:

N. Eriksson, %. Eriksson, J.
J. Ciminino, B, Cimino, M, Villamizar
N. Villamizar, E. Kauser and A. Rudzit»
From Puerto Rico:

NOVEMBER 16TH

A Payne, F. Goddard, P. Godda:
C Goddard, J. Husband, C. Thornhi!
\F. Goddard and H. Ascough

In Touch With Barbados





Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (W.I1,) Ltc
dvise that they can now communics
with the following ships through the





ded opposit ‘ol. 1 | Barbados Const Station:—
j ’ SFittea © onal Cabinet, Rockley. Beach. "Shine B's.” Worme the team and participated in al ss. Grundsunda, wf s Bivainy 9
Fables. Che ste of Drawers —_—- he . ee ten-day seminar for Gov- | ieee ie Ne, De daivtenk: ay
S. ests . _ = niente tiller cmnadioe 5 pe . :

Beokehe'ves, Full-length Mirror, in my SALE NOTICE be pe Officials on aided self 7o omble, |= te Gulipride, #38 Adjustable Frame, Bow-Fron| ae undersigned will offer for sale by p housing, ae a eee eee ac. Aibanire;,
Inlaid Dressing Teble with Mirper ubvie comeetivoe at their office. No. 17.| Yesterday morning the experts | AA ss, Sun Francisco, |
Seeman MAHOGANY) 4 Up- @Wth day of November ‘1982 at ty . visited the Colonial Secretariet As | Hart, s.s. Pallas, s.s. Athenis,
holsteréd Easy Chairs, Occas as a going concern: EDUEWATER well as the housing scheme at the | vine x“ s Bio Tunuyan. ain. O. Paw a,
Tebles, Inlayt Cabinet, Carved H}|HOTEL, Bathahebs, St. Joveph, standin |Bay Estate and also sw @xperl~ |tipajoz. se. “Brazil, ss, Uruguay. s
are Oa Dining repie "me hotel ‘hich soniine ae ments for making blocks at the Orare, 5.5. Mormactern, 5,8. Dato
‘ ~ i : s lada, s.8. Oreste
with Brass Fert, Gate-Legged view of the incompara Bathsheba |residence of Mr. T. O: Lashl fn |<.5. Ftnefjell, s Kalla ‘
Dining Table. injaid Sideboard, |f| Zonet ond ‘is swept by the “Atlantic | Beckles Road. Later in the ee ae
‘Tea, Table. Drop Leat Table, 1 D bed ee 48 lounge and | noon, at the office of the Direetor| 5 Julian/Lrda, s.s, Ephrata Washing’)
Oak Table, Ornamental Antique {9 bedrooms, each with running water , Ju an mA. Bate ere
Git Table, Double Bed with ‘12_with toilets and baths) . ef Agriculture, they met a com- crores “i cay Rodney, 8.8;,,.DoWres.. §
Spring Wrreeens, Pr singe we Hiincthegom mans Sleettielty “and water | mittee nted by Governor | \.shavn, ss 8... Michaci/Btarg,s.s
s in . A ; P 8 é 4, 5 ‘
with Box Spr nes. Ihlatd Chest of Inspection any day by appotntment.| With Mr. M. EB. Co®, M.C.P. as corse "D ratios. 2.8. avenger,
Drawers, inisid Serving Tables, Dial 96276. Chairman, to ¢o+ te with the | Sabrina. 1 AVENE ot ne
bof ee of ee. ere For further particulars and conditions | Froysi Board in unéhing the! Bittice a “ » 8%. aay “a P.
wa 2 ‘Table ‘Lamps, Carpets & nee. Corre, CATFORD & CO. cit-help housing scheme ities Mistray 5.8. Mermimac/Kpm. ae
Rugs, Mosquito Nets, Decorated Solieitors In conjunction with their visit, | ‘ciasos/tcad, #8, HelenayBept, ©
Lp anes: Laat 4.11.62—-8n.|Mr, Hanson and Mr, Garcia said |”°U"?8"

Shae. Back “Susewnre, WEST: ,\that in addition to being of any

Ineey7Jey, Pan aaaens,, Fae 4 help they could, they were also

Large 6 ake ape nng Bs FURNISH 10 D AY dows bere to learn because tiey

ah , Kitene Tehl (Various), oun ce had so ae

Stacie Toppéd Table, Chairs, Cup- - every p

(2) two acres of land ‘at

St. Elizabeth Village, St.
Joseph.

(2) two acres of land be-
low St. Joseph’s Church.
Both beside the main road.

(3) three spots of land at
Maxwell Road, ‘Each spot
consists of 12,600 square feet.

8,000 square feet of land
at St. Michael’s Row next to
Alleyne, Arthur’s bond.

Pay a small deposit
the balance on terms.

For all

to
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Eriksson, .

Sheep Stealer
Gets 12 Months

@ From Page |}.

Clifford Waterman a Sanitary
Inspector of Market Hill, St
George, told the court that on

August 11 he went to his pen and
found that the two sheep which
he had there were missing. He
then reported the matter to the
Police.

The
£3 2/6.

DeLacy Jordan a butcher of
Braggs Hill, St. Joseph said that
the defendant brought two sheep
to him on August 12 and told
him that the sheep were his and
wanted ta sell them. He bought
the sheep from the defendant.

Cpl. Charles Goring said that
he took a statement from the de-
fendant at the District “B” Police
Station. The defendant read the
statement and signed it .in_ his
presence, + oe

Plane Crashes

; @ From Page 1.
of a single engine plane crash
there, were all members of one
family.

A ground rescue party Sunday
found the wreckage of the second
of two navy Corsair fighters which
crashed—almost si taneously —
Saturday night while making the
approach to Moffet Field in Cali-
fornia. Both pilots were killed.
One plane set fire to the home of
a physiclan near Palo Alto when
it crashed,

The other piane was found yes-
terday on a wooded hillside 13
miles south-east of Los Catos. An
Air Mationai Guardsman was
killed Sunday when his F51 Mus-
tang crashed near the western
boundary of Illinois.—U.P.

sheep were valued at





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alternative. Passenger cargo ships
were expensive to operate and
the losses from operation were
ircreasing all the time. To keep
these two ships in class, large
expenditures would have had to
be made immediately and the
cost of replacing them was pro-
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He pointed out that essential
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largely Canadian
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_ Solid Advantages

With regard to Barbados, he
said that as soon as the island
was better known to Canadians,
more of them would come down

here for their holidays, The
island had a solid advantage in
comparison with Canadian. and

Bermudan prices an din addition,
the weather was warmer and the
bathing ideal,

His impressions of Barbados
were very pleasing. e found
everything quite interesting and
certainly expected to be back
here year after year. He had just
received a letter from home say-
ing that it had already begun to
snow and the fact that he was
basking in the island with 85
degress sunshine whereas it was
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) Friday, 2ist inst.

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4 “JANNA” 20 Nov. 25 Nov. =_ 11 December
ss “A VESSEL” — 9 Dec. 5 Dec 25 December
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“STUGARD” - 10 Nov. 14Nov. 18 Nov. 4 December
‘GEIRULV” (it indueement 2INov. 28 Nov. 14 December





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY,

Barbados Turf Club SPORTS The British Race Horse NO TITLE— |

HORSES DRAWN







Pe ee eee ROUND-UP §§ ties ME NO FIGHT
[Am 90h and SnGOR. THOS SONG i ame Series Ticket No. Points Position Prizes wer upreme nee ore Says T. as
, ° olombus ss 2161 16 Ist $33,286.00 a s Turpin
Chase’s Ointment] Gercaina AA 9172 14 2nd 6,643.00 LONDON, Nov. 7. : y pm,
Super-Jet oe 2012 il 3rd Sotiae JOHNNY WILLIAMS, British By Majer GEOFFREY HARBORD
“ Oo Sa i | er Ruffles .. B 4173 10) 4th 3,916.00 Empire meoenen eae | LONDON, Nov. 15 By GEORGE WHITING
‘winkle GG 2613 10 &5 3,916.00 ma; t. the merican x : . aver PARIS.
hi wnnb Abu-Ali oo 2434 - - py tr} 7 Harringay on Decem- Flat racing ends today and on the whole it has been a Randolph Turpin, of Britain,
j | Non Sam m a 5} . 1,958.00 ber 10. Layne will prove a a@ very satisfactory season. We have at least turned the tables and Charles ones,
‘ nm Prix i 7th, 8th & 9th 1,958.00 nut for the British champion ; naw in i 000 ineas ®8reed here to-day that, if Sugar
You pay no more Tama St R 262 3 iGehe) emk He hes fought all the bea on the French, whose ru ay win in the 2, Guineas fay ‘lietienon i a if ee

foreshadowed a bad time for us. It was their one classic

/ for the

of France,
men in America, and outpointed |

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Seventy Two (72) Other Horses @ $271.94 Each Jeruny Joe Waloctt lx motte cae, (thes inipattaat cous Uiihizmetet dash; ana C. Senin Uiie encakmera Wo Otoe
e atte won e only ’ . 0 world, e—
GREATER A 2703 Champagne II X 4093 The Thing title. fenion promoter Jack to go abroad was the Champion despite weight difficulties, showed sue fight, vs
B 2176 Firelady z 4 le Surprise Solomons has already offered him Stakes, won by Dynamiter, the his excellence in combination Humez wants the bout to be in
EXPERIENCE 7! oe oe oe r ue Nelly terms, and is awaiting Layne’s pest mile-and-a-quartér horse in with Tulyar. Paris. Turpin, represented here
; c cone ae Princess AA 5766 Mrs. Bear reply. If he refuses, Solomons purope. While apprentices so often at a dawn conference by manager |}
c eee cre ul Aumie AA 2390 ll make alternative offefs to “The French have a remark- disappoint as soon as they lose George Middleton, says he is not }
3 1 ieee ane BB 1 ae Panerd Charles, or Harry Mate 44), poor vintage of classic their allowance, J. Lindley, J. 2 ae where they i
i thews. ‘ three-year-olds this season, and Bunker and Swift should Pitch the ring.
D 1021 cooeee cc in the Air Cycling: with the exception of Tulyar make first-rate jockeys. So Paris and London have now
Ber! Filmbrok ee feu Sat rE, Sete wot sur vee Mah a ROE a ge Os a al SE eet a ag
3095 Vecti . racing cyclist who won the Tul covered w t allowances, has great ssi- . ;
‘ P ry Sean's Ge Ee 8863 nee 14 Tour of Britain, last week flew piory “winning over all distances bilities. = oe - of the bids depends} }}
F 8563 Devil’s Symphony DD 9587 to America to compete in the ¢om seven furlongs to one and My Twelve to Follow have not palsic a, ph By FR)
of F 9421 Fred rick @ Great mM o108 Nit-wit : on oe 276 Son, tives es 14 three-quarter miles and £75,000 worked out well, I am afraid. dens White City ‘or Baris "Court.
F 9421 Frederic rea EE 4 it coverin, ’ miles, involves My own t horses — “ed
9925 French Fluther oF 1930 First Admire days cycling, rlus two days rest, Stes aa to assess Celebrate should certainly ose, Possibly historic decis-
H 3582 Stirling Dawn GG 9290 Rambler Rose it from Mexico City 0M y,rough such an unknown quam- have won four races between ions, plus a mass of
1 2799 Sea Foam GG 8765 Poplin November 29 and it looks like pro- (: Time, whom he nar- them had they bee ious to ona, Speculations,
1 5213 Vigilant GG 8784 Wonderful viding the riders with a breathing ad oar twice ‘but. probably Wee te ee ae hee ee ae
that’s one reason why (J = 6572 Blue Grass Tl $385 Piamond Queen problem. For on i aving the city j..q some reserve in hand. The . Manchester November American negro. A most i
this girline has been = {i fii Tkeodions RK 7886 Pepber Wine low 5.000 hentia skates Uae In the King George VI and Handicap is usually run in win, if I may say so—but more of |}
“first choice” of interna- = 8189 Cross Bow LL 0801 Nefari to 10,000 ft. Nearly 200 riders wil Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ashes Ceety SHE ee iiption tS elikes
tional travelers for nearly L 6147 Mary Ann LL 6803 Gavotte compete, including competitors err a sicaner Le Sege st Findemia, who won i . essily
@ quarter of a century. L 1153 Harroween LL Magic Gaye from ance, Canada, Mexico, £00d handicappe’ ami“s, toro Maas aac Genk Was whispered
Q 6228 Yasmeen MM 8865 Galashiels Italy amd the United States. Steel weight for age over one ¥ £0. I
e 4 : for it, put himself out of court ringside
Q@ 0986 Street Arab MM 3772 Illusion is heading a British team of four, half miles. ; Be i :
EW YORI [3 '34) ficier Dior EY Bat Blue Bamana mma ter a axe iy, rin, she ba yrds © SF Le yh Pl te Hg stingy sd
0332 Betsam mure Bevis Wood and Ian Greenfield, stick to measure Tulyar's ‘ i ke
. is
Non-stop service by the luxurious |R 9028 Chutney NN 81438 Fille d’Tran There seems no reason why he Knock Hard, a most versatile our own Jack Solomons, w
Sree | a ee os BHR Peete ag aye gone OSTow cur, 4 Sietgitin Rien nt hin on Lietnal’ cof to Die hina's ond Ne pocket fll of omen
popular, morey-saving ; r Grass yi rago ’ a orses up to give himself a ‘ is : s
a T 4003 High and Low PP 2117 My ea if soccer tournament to mark om nani great chance, a It 1 aa “a gave me the
V 2470 Jolly Miller QQ 5884 Colleton Coronation celebrations, will If his colours are to be lowered Solar had a most unlucky ride pias 4% a Sded that "¥- ; ———
rE U R eo P E W 5426 Battle Line RR ae Mr, Friendship be staged in Glasgow next May. jt must be through the agency of last year and I put the ra¢e be- eonkt reg poo = Date handy,
bl X 9339 Aim Low SS 2512 Cavalier Fight clubs will compete, qa three-year-old in the King tween these two with a slight cou Turpin and Humez ever
Ragiles servieg giant deobie- C 8525° Jinx (Consolation Horse) Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, George VI Stakes, the Eclipse, or preference for Solar, knowing he get down to cases
ae dae, 2 hee, : . Manchester United, Newcastle Hossibly the Prix de l’Arce de loves the deep going. “Manager Middleton remarked
Eni orares i England, Tee The Barbados Fur Club. United Glasgow angers, Clas; Triomphe, ag much better “LES. only that his mission te Paris nad
i jo Ah ” ae ey e have no nm unsuccessful, umez
Sean hen Becreary. the seo Logue and the Sot jot of stars than for Sgn wan awry tron tad an ha
5 P , 3 years. Il, astern - T i i b
393 SERIAL PRIZES @ $9.96 EACH or Nera winning the heagat or C en Stir Nephew, Medway, Combermere ene 4 glad to knoc
Sup, t runners up wi in- r . ; ;
Venezuela Ticket No, 2161 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Gib, MS sontor oion will be Blarney Stone, and Souepi raake . cumdiecar Pacis Catlin Caen
Frequent flights to all main cities |S TU V WX YZ AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL on a knock-out basis, and will © formidable team. Beat L @ _—smattters until November 15. It is
by ewift Convair-type Clippers. | MM_NN 00 Prd in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Commence on May II, with the On his Yorkshire Cup running cn that date that Sugar Ray Rob-
RST UV WX ¥ Z —— BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL pen witt a or nant, aie and Ceracewtich win Flush Royal a o-day friendly fixture ‘780 the world champiert, hes to
e Ps " ; ust join company. ma up
MM NN OO PP QQ RR —~. will be their own property. Fifty between a Comber: XI and ;
2 ; ) . We are short of mile-and-a- : mere na intends to put on boxing boots
You ean now “fy PAA” almost any- |p ST UV WX ¥ ZAA BB ¢ DD BE FP GG HH it JJ. KK Li, ber cent of the receipts willbe yalf Cup horses, Tulyar, Zucc- 9, Combined First. and Second again or stick to the soft shoes
—in fact, to 83 M NN P RR SS divided between the King George jero, and Gay Time seem to be Division Lodge School team, gemanded by floor-shows.
colonies on six continents. MM Neko N dingo A —-CDEFGHIJKLMNOP.Q VI Memorial Pund, and the Na- the only three and Gay Time is Which opened November 8 was ;
RSTUV W X ¥ Z AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH IJ JJ KK LL tional Playing Fields Association. jetter at a mile and a quarter. Saar last eee, and re- Enough Stalling
"or rumotiong we MM NN OO FP QQ RR 886 Boxing: At tis distance HLV.Cy Richer {led in & win, fon Combermere | 16 be says, eit sil 8 boxer
Travel Agent or P JAKE TULI, the Zulu @y- 22d Rawson are all very good “combermere had put up 405 th h ill b
Ticket No. 2613 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Y ’ u *Y- horses. Then Lucius, receiving m , ad put up then I hope some means will be
c DD —- HH Ul JJ KK LL weight, hag announced that he . for seven wickets declared on the found to make him practice what
MM N 00 PP QQ Ress’ . = will give the purse money from wee et aan first day and on Saturday bowled he promises, We have had enough
worse: Ticket No. 2434 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ his fight at Nottingham on De- leallig & trod out Lodge for 109 and 82 in their stalling from Sugar Ray,
most oxpessenese . IRS TU V WX Y ZAA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH I JJ KK LL cember 1 to the widow of Honore and Tudor Castl liaiat ah! ahmadle first and second innings re- What did we learn here from
SS annus MM NN —— PP QQ RR SS. . Pratesi, The former French fly- _ Tudor Castle is best at a “spectively. watching Humez belabour the tall
a Ticket No, 9901 in Series + BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ weight champion died last week n fact he is the best we bom ” Bowling for Combermere R.and dreamy-eyed Hairston? Not
RST UV WX ¥ Z AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL following his fight with Tuli at | Two-year-old fillies, rightly, 1 C. Branker took 7 for 43 in the a lot—except that the Frenchman
AN ERICAN MM NN OO PP RR —. the Empress Hall. Tuli, who is think, fill the places of honour in two innings combined, F. Lash- can wax exceeding busy with a
Horo Ticket No. 9 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ ¢geeply religious, collapsed on Major Long's two-year-old handi- ley 5 for 42, L. Williams 4 for left hook to the body, that he
Aiauars RSTUVW XY ZAA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH It JJ KK LL hearing the. news of Pratesi’s cap. Whistler, King of the Pudors, 37 and H. Alleyne 3 for $6. Bat- leaves himself wide open in so
—— — death, and then prayed for an Pinza, Novarullah, an earula ting for Lodge C. yside top- doing, and that his penchant for
ee eae MM NN 00 raat in auico ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ hour He has cancelled his fight are the best of the colts, scored with 37 hitting 8 low punching would have earned
Broad Street — Bridgetown ee U xY¥Z B CC DD BE FF GG HH I JJ KK LL with Vie Herman, which was to 1 like Nearula, Pinza and boundaries. him immediate disqualification in
Phone 2122 (After business hour 2908 | iF tw OO PP QQ RE SS. have taken place at Belle Vue, Novarullah in that order, and can England
a ave taken ace a e ue, Ov. e
*TM RRO., PAA, ING The Barbados Turt Clb is Manchester, & ‘Noveniear 14. see no reason why on perform- The fight wee Ey —
“a v nce and bi they should thing a pantomime. . me
Secretary. Tennis: Be aay. pending Seer Past Beat Present Pecqueur, the referee, not, only
E, & O.E. . DR. J. C, GREGORY, captain allowed Humez u ted licence
FREE of the British Davis Cup Sake The fillies are a charming lot, At Foundation in the matter of low punching
, Man: ht this year, is to receive a special) and those who saw it will not and arm locking, but spent e
LAWN TENNIS: slaug er award «from the Lawn Tennis forget the duel between Bebe The Annual match between intervals remonstrating
Writer’s Association of Great Grande and Tessa Gillian in the Past and Present pupils of the Hairston’s manager about
: : From Page 5 Britain for “outstanding services Cheveley Park Stakes, Foundation School was held at ‘llegal use of grease on the head.
Hynam Loses To to game in initiative shown Then there are the lovely the School grounds on Thursday A Few Tips
member exactly how long after. in leading the Davis Cup side at Neemah, possibly the best of all,

and resulted in a win for the Past
ON ALL SIGNET by the narrow margin of six runs.
Batting first the “Present” were

all our for 75 runs, Skipper Mike

Poor Pecqueur, in fact, just had
to remonstrate. Officials of the
‘French Boxing Federation ran
ebout ordering him to do so at the



He gould not remember Mr. Craigg
telling him that he would have to
get khaki clothes to go, under the

Belgrade” Gregory, who is 48, and Nectarine, who made most of
went to Belgrade as non-playing the running to win easily over
captain, But Geoff Paish, Britain’s seven furlongs at Newmarket.



Worme In Singles

Rings, Identity

car, but he was able to examine No. 2 player, and partner to Tony Wilna and Bluefin will be very £Velyn, opening batsman, carry- tcp of their voices.
Br: The opening match of the series|it well enough without going Mottram in the doubles, was in- t ing out his bat for a top score of Mr. J, Onslow Fane, boss of
acelets, Compacts of invitation tennis matches took | underneath it, fast, but never more than
Lockets, & Identity Rings

40. E. Jones was next best bats-
man with 18 to his credit.

Bowling for the “Past’? Noel
Harris bagged seven wickets for
12 runs in 8.2 overs while Louis
Talma captured 2 for 17.

In their turn at the wicket the
Past scored 81. G. B. Clarke top-
scored with 24, while Harris scor-
ed 19.

our own Board of Control was
present and doubtless picked up
a few tips on how to keep hesi-
‘ant referees up to scratch.

If Hairston, as is claimed, is
one of the top American middle-
weights, then the rank and file
must be a pretty lifeless lot.
Turpin would beat him: in three

younds.—L.E, 8.

place at Woodside yesterday af-| He was sure that the nut to the
ternoon, Dennis Worme beat ‘W. ae rod was still on the rod.
“Pony” Hynam 6—2, 6—0, in two| He would not have had to go under
straight sets in the singles match,|the car to see wlgether that was
still on. Lf that had come off while
This afternoon Trimingham and | the car was on the car would
L. St. Hill meet Dr, Charlie be have .wobbled, ms hed a off
ic Taylor in the Men’@ a had nm pulled to one
Seteee” re on, of the road, the driver would
have been unable to get the car
to the other side.
driver of a car five foot six
inches would about four feet,
six inches from the gutter, He had

jured. Gregory took jis place, sprinters.
and, “with Mottram, “won the | think that next seagon we
doubles match after a ue shall have the best iot of three-
which went to five sets. Awa ~
to the best playenram the year ono old fillies seen for a long
again went to Tony Mottram and Gordon Richards remains the
Mrs, Jean Walker-Smith. unassailable jockey once again.
Of the older jockeys, D. Smith
and K. Gethin have been riding

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ao ee LOUIS L. BAYLEY the’ road to see what the driver Yous persuasion by the club, ang
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}saw the motor cycle and the car
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Ww igetown. e car was top wae been oe, This
travell: at about miles an season playing for Llanelly he!
hour ling about 40 behind has scored 83 points in 10 games. . (rik WHY ARE WE
\ the motor cycle, ‘ HEMMING AND HAWING

After he heard —L.E.S, 5 con eel RR
the crash he went and saw the le ee ee eee eee >< ABOUT WHO CAUSED THE
: ACCIDENT
W.I. Boxers Get

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children lying on the ground. P INSURANCE
There hed oon ne vain that day. COMPANIES ARE BETTER ;

Cross-examined he said that the i HEELED THAN FORT KNOX:
picture shown him did not repre- A Night Off LET'S GIVE THE PLAINTIFF
sent how the casuarina trees at the : Burue CAN'T SEE 500,000 AND THEN WE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ONDON, Noy. 17.
West oe boxers Yolande

an Hector C ice
re aa} and Noel Reid Gramle

side of the house were at the time THE CONNECTION WHEN CAN ALL GO HOME»
HE'S

of the accident,

He said in reply to Mr. Walcott’s
ade: 4 that the picture was taken
the day after the accident that it
was a true ees.

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ca) should have a ed at Har-

Though . trees formed @ ringay Arena tectieren event

ly ware the hedge wes thick, he Instead they will have a night/off.
AND Hk REPLIES ... id the ear and motor

eycle 'y were coming te- Pompey'’s, intended opponent

wards . He had no idea how American Jim Slade has injured a

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speed it was travelling would have
gone in a second, The car could
have been going slower than 50
miles an hour. .

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Solomons has cancelled the whole
programme, Slade and Pompey
were to have topped the bill.
“This is the first time I have

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TUF.SIUV NOVIMIIIR IS. U52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Hearing Begins In Manslaughter Case Further Evidence To Be Given Today MNE witm i iho Court ol Qrutd b *' ss > before Mr. JUM %  <. j W B Cheaery when hearing of the case against Fitz Harold Haddock who is charged with manslaughter began. Haddock is alleged to have unlawfully killed fuur-vear n'd Carl Rors while driving the car U691 along Proflpsct, St J-uws, i„ May 18. Hearing of the case continues to-dav at 1U a.m. Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C.. Solicitor General, is prusecu. uig for the Crown. Mr E. K Walcott, Q.C asaofeel. 6 inches wide at the point elated with Mr. J. S. B. Dear is where the car was. The car was Counsel for Haddock. five feet two or three inches wide The witnesses who have given and IS feet, 10 inches long. Imeyidence are Mr. Stephen Rogers, mediately before the steps there Carl s father. Anthony Rogers, was a platform four feet, ten and his brother. Chief inspector of a half inches long, one foot, two Police Torrence Fianklyn. Suinches wide and eight niches penntendent Eustacr Mmmonda, Uu.k Dr. A. S. Cato. Mr. Neville YeUAf, He charged Haddock with Mr. Aubrey Farnum. Insp.-ctiii ..I causing injuries and afterward* motor vehicles. Peparlmaai of chanced this charge to manHighways A T'aiisport, Sgl. slaughter Archer, and Mr. John A. Small. On June 8 Mr. Farnum and he After three witnesses gave wenl back to the scene They evidence, the jury vtaltad the measured the spot shown by scene of the accident Haddock where the car was and Mr. Reece, opening the case for to. the house this was M fact the Prosecution, said that i.n event The car was 176 feet away and had taken place on the evening they moved it back to 200 f*M of May 18 on Prospect Road as away. a result of which Catl Rogers lost Creat-exaanlaeel he said that his lire. He would begin by sayHaddock was a licensed driver ing that in every criminal rasa for ten yuers and his licence had the unus was on the Prosecution never been endorsed. When he to prove the case beyond a doubt was taking measurements, he against the prisoner. It would was about the left centre of the be for them, after hearing the road. Bushes were around the evidence which had been given curve. in the stand to say whether or The corner was u blind coiner %  not the Prosecution had disand many accidents occurred charged that onus. there. He never heard that the "I say that because this is a Commissioner of Police Colonel matter which has been givan Miehehn had himselr had an acgreat deal of publicity. It Is a cldent wound that corner. The matter out of which another use Police seldom prosecuted drivers came In another Court. No doubt in accidents about that corner. £ DU read the newspapers in raition to that case or the reports Performed Post Mortem when the preliminary hearing Or. A. S. Cala-aald that lie porwas before the Police Magistrate, formed the post mortem on Carl or you may have heard P' on May JO. From his .gkJ.iiiii.ufrom a friend. lion and tram a consideration >f all the rii-curnstanceft mnntinciDecision On Evidence ing \ho death, in his opinion death was due to cerebral haeFrom things told you. you taoutiage. and fracture of the may have formed ideas touching skul,. The injur* could have this matter before you were been caused been impact v, >th a empanelled, and i would like to heavy object, warn you that none of these Neville Young a butler of things must operate in your Prospect, said that he was home minds and the only facts on sitting in his verandah. His which you are to try this ease home was about four houses from are those disclosed in the witness Carl's home and on the same stand, taking into account the side. Going from Speighlstown manner in which evidence is towards Bridgetown one would given, the credibility >uu think come lo his home first before you can attach to it, the demeancoming lo the Rogers', our of tho witnesses, etc.,, The evening that the accident He quoted the definition of occurred a car was parked on the manslaughter from Archbolri. i t fi hand side .if the road going He said that whan it came lo to town about three houses from the evidence llii-v had Bit*. I" lay Rogers. The car M-6S1 passed whether there was that high dethe parked cor and hit th • wall S ree of negligence which conm front of his home, llluted manslaughter, whether He had first seen the car when there was only sufficient for danit passed In front of his home A gerous driving, or whether the motor cycle was travelling in accused was not uiltj front of the car. He did net Stephen Rogers, %  clerk of know hqw fast the car was Prospect said he was Carl's travelling. When it hit the wall father. He .le/t Carl at home he realised that it must have about 4 p.m, went out. When he struck the children. He had not returned about 6 p.m. Cart was so en the children immediately lying in un apparently uaconbefore the accident, but had seen scious condition, on ihe ground, them half an hour before in the and he took him to the !i otpital sea bathing. Thirteen-ycar-uld Anthony Mr Aubrey Farnum Rogers said that he was sitting on „n May 18 about B p.m. he went the front of his fnther's door t„ ih,scene of the accident Oq Mr p..uwng with his two brothers prospect Road and saw the car Carl andKov, his sister Rita M-691, on the right side of tho and a friend from next door roa d facing Bridgetown. The named David. They were lookfront of the car was resting Ing towards Bridgetown. He against a wall Its right side was heard a motor cycle coming up damaged. He examined it then flying and a cur behind it. He did and returned about 9 to 10 not look back for the car. but o'clock the following morning to kept watching the motor cycle. re-cxamiu* it. The brakes could Shortly after he heard a crash not be tested as they were and his fool felt numb. When he smashed. The tyres were damlooked around his brothers and a ged. He* made.a thorough exsister were lying on the ground, ominatioh He did not see David. On June 8 ho and SupertntcndA car had been parked a short cnt Simraotsds i •turned, to the distance below curve on the t ,,,. rt uti the car 0-262. Superleft side of the ruad by the house j,itendent Srmmrmds put the car of a man named Cecil. It haii „, .. certain position snd the* bean parked there before the look measurement;. When mak. acciaanl. ...... ln *" nl measurements he was In Craaa-examlned, be said that a the centra of the road. They first part of the step shown in a picmrasurtd the* ear 176 feet from ture of the area to be broken off the steps and then went further hud been broken off before the away 200 feet to sec what could be accident. seen from the various distances. Inspector Torrence Frankly n They took no measurements produced photographs of the from the left side of the road, scene. He said he took the phoOn the left side of the road from tographs on May 19 about 9 a m, the door steps there were tyre looking Suuthaa*. from Bridgemarks "6 fleet awgy, superintendent Eustace SimStecrint; Rods Whole mend* said that he went to the _. scene of the accident about 7 10 T h( steering rods were whole, p.m. on May 18. Th. car M 6V1 OM ly J* l nt £' lh '& blow had re was in the gutter facing Bridger^"'il"??") fi L n iai ,i ,u u, B town. Haddock was present. He CroK-.-ex-nu, ,l .,„! that hU VFA?tStS4A "*• gar?V&^lL^Sr T .. position ol \itf? cni. he M'IIHTIIyre .-narks iared that they really did. The Tyre marks were oi. the i a t of W leet wgi rcalh leading to the steps. A polie* the measurement from ihe door was put to watch the ear during teis to th-car ;-2(iV Uir night and ii.e f.il..wuig -% m ihe JawlM aa f*M that Ins in ining abuS 7 JO he viiit.d ate „nlv explanation^fdl bis mflktng a sc.ne again. There he met Mi mistake about the distance was Farnum of the Highwaya and that he read Ids diagram wrongly Transport. Haddock a.n, abo On Mify 1 when he returned to present. il % %  <• vena Me. Craigg arrive! fn Mr. Parnum and lie look ly after him. He could not remeasurements. Th? road was 17 9 on pair S BEAUTY PREPARATIONS RZC h\TL) XKKIYHt Ardena Soapless Oil Shampoo Ardena Blue Grass Cream Rm-i Ardena Spun-Cream I POCmapeW Wave Kit Super nne Spun Cream Pormanent Wave Ardena Super fine Spun Cream %  .lncnt Wave Ardena Spun Cream Permanent Wave Refills Ardena Brae Grass Bet) Ardena B. Grass Solid Cologn* A HE.HIVIIKK New Guard House For Pelican A new guard house \* being creeled at Pelican Island. The former guard room which aV erected out of wood, -as reantly demolished. It is being replaced by a building out of concrete blocks • Five masons and four labourers are working on the new building. The concrete blocks are being had from a jetty n\ the Ran P ea oh pa %  ictt. on the south ude' of the Island. From tiiere t'cy are removed to the site of the new building. Samuel C'ollymore. who is super' -an. the work, told the AdveeaM in ,i it wan hdd up for a short w>,le because of the slow delivery blocks. When Inmates are on the land. Policemen use the guard worn as their quarters. A SI1RPM8E Mr John Beckles. M.BE. received the shock of his life pa*> tcrday. Mr. Mi, hi-. thirsty because of the heal of the day. got a green cocoanut and opened it to get a cool drink of water. To his surprise the cocoanut wa all Shell. The area where the cocoanut milk should have been found wax all fibre. HOATS (1KT OWNERS The divert ilahing boat% which were built at the grounds of the Fisheries Office, now have their owneri. Two weeks ago the owner* were summoned to the Fisher lot Office. The boats were numbered and these numbers placed In a hat The owners then drew foi th* boatsAfter the boots were drawn for, the owners dlrvctrd the Flshenc Tk \W7 .1 1 ril afg?" Qfflce to paint tho boats m tin By Week-end Iraffic fe;-crSu..n. ihe Ftshariea Office yard. Two or Seven arrivals and nine departures kept the harbour three, more will be erected but at busy over the past week-end. present work is concentrated T'dad .\gri<'ultutv Direetor Lcav- SXAWV1 i N'v II Mi Hl*> mm WiUiai.s. Harbadian born' f Aijri.ulture of Trlnl-', (hat colony by! B.W 1 A %  mpanied \ Williams, who had been I %  rutiv pro* THIS OLD FELLOW hed* no mtioducUon—tis Is hers to remind T0U to enter your dog for tbe KENNEL CLUB DOO SHOW mtn claaa on Saturday so gat your •nuanc* forms from Mr. Braes Stout*, cfr The Barbados Foundry. TODAY. Harbour Kept Busy Week-end Traffic %  % %  Idad II Kktted Itaibadcts la ago to attend a meeting of the I i DtnoUUM of the B.W I Central Cane Breeding & Of these arrivals, there were only two schooners, both the 28 of which amved from Trmidad. wh.l, .he rcm..n,„,, live „££"*• J-J* IJJJ • were steamships hailing from various p*.rls with various mas-ma have ilarted on tht eirgoM, Tennis Courts To he Enclose*! At Playing field Thn-o masons are • keel-. a king All these signed to the Schooner Association. The I'ireo lawn tennis court" taker, at the Princess Alice Playing vvcre iX Field are lo be enclosed. Sixty owners' w-llaba poats were recently carried to the Playing Field for the FASKENCERS BY COLOMBIK purpose of enclosing the courts. Mr. Randolph Griffith, caretakThe French liner ColosnMe arer. told the Advocate that bicycles lived in port ou Sunday Irom and pedestrians trample over the Trinidad on Its way to MartmcourtB day and night. -We will not '<"* %  be able to keep tne courts :n good Tho liner brought 305 pacondition if they urn not enclosgers, 45 of cd." he said. "If anyone walks 260 were Intrnnsit. the court after a rainfall. Beside* the The departures consisted mostth ly of schooners which, during the ,,.,,,, |.ast week, kept the Careenage '"* ^< !, n"*^^ %  TALKS continuously busy and blocked. ., ., w w ,,. L',,h7r(.s. insunshine '.. H ,. I, Ml.,h.l s „.„,, „„. Flflh Al „ lu ,„ .L... an n i 11,..<.. %  hooners Mr. J. K. Orayton. his assistant. is iirtlng Fisheries Officer. Mr. Orayton took up duties from Friday last. FLYING ii-n Fair quantities: of flying (lab are now being caught. At the Kerf Bra<-h yesterday some were being hlch bam and th, """^ ,rom •" ln " ""<•'• noon. There was a fairly large crowd housewives awaiting the boots and much of the fl*h was sold before the fishermen could get it to the Fish Market and a quantity of tyres, almanacs, iron bolts and paints. Master of the vessel Is Caotaln R. Joseph and Is consigned to the Schooner Owners' Association. you would bo surprised to see tnn the ColotnMe brought a "^ damage done 18 rgo consisting of shirts, clocks The gates to the Playing FicU. ,, l( | ., quantity of bundles f hurd are now left opened up t<> nine board, The vessel is utvler th. oclork at iiiKht Last year many .ommand of Captain P, Dupont people complained that the thch and h„ „ u local a<# lU ^ too e J ,ly me Ven *" Mewr8 R M i0Um LW Like Queens Park, ihe cure_. „,._ 4vn „ Ta taker has a bell to signal the peo. fLOP ANP OATS pie to leave, but he sa;d 'S.-ncFlV( thousand, one hundred -'' %  "' '" %  "' %  I Pic leave l.v the and SVVI _. IIU bag ,,, | U UI -IKI chimes of the Public Building i7w (,,, oI MlI wei0 the chief eY3JGBKSK£Si fusion service installed. The sav -j^p mam brought a miK"d that the Pavilion is very a ry and caff0 to ^c u i Jn d and this Innice but they would also like to v i u ded foo.tulT snd cotton piece R*V &&m\m*M**nS%kvm ood,, %  Bwldw lhe %  hipment o(; H\\ MH1.KI SKA WINDOW. to )nd „ ttK h€ .y.n als0 Work Is practically completed ">"*** 108 tierces and 88 barrels | on lie winuow by the sou'' ODPO^. plckJed pork, l.iap bags of tte the General Hospital. fhlS open spot ''J'' denied up and l titrace Is now being made. Running bcsiue ine window is a %  idawallt lor pedestrians. "Thia area long needed a sidewalk." a pedestrian told the Advocate yesterday. K*-st MRS mill-. — The sehoonei Rsmbow Major R. A. Stoule. Deputy which arrived ln the colon* Commissioner of Police, resumed Saturday from Trinidad oilmeal and lunng his absence. Colonel Mlchelln, Commissioner of Police, earned out the duties of the Deputy Commlssion.bstantive duties. K.I \n SAFETY MLMfi. The local Police :iuthorit.es haw recently received two Road Saf< ly Films Irom England Sd IK 1 shown tu lh< m pin of t'w > Road Sal %  paign. ijiter thiv we tonn announced, one of thf": 1 f'.lms will be shown at uBndgetosm Plain Cinema. Holdei i i unent drt* Ing liceneei, will ladmitted tsee the lllms free. land. Ihia cargo included 1.000 conInert of i>eor, 72 cylinders of |N IRSRHM Of OSStRff boardDiauontl RlnftRi LOUIS L. BAVI.EY Doltaa Lane %'-'-',-,*,*,',-,',',-,',-,',--*,-,--.'-•*-%  FRESH SEEDS AT WEATHERHEAD'S Carrot. Beat. Cabbage, Lettuce, Tomato, Thyme, Sweet Corn, CM. Spinach. Parsley. Onion. Okra. Swiss Ohard, Squash. L---^. fUdi-.il. BI-UMMIS Sprout". Celery, Watarmelon. Oaull flower. Pepper, Turnip Bron.lli. Cncumber. Kohl Rabl. Hu-tsrd, Sweat Mayoram. Pumpkin, and Beans <& kinds) Zinnia, Snapdragon. Pinks, Coieopsid. Patonla, Carnation. Msiigold, Phlox, Verbena, Oalllardla. Sweet William, Cmidytuf t. Sweet Pete, Dahlia, AsUr, Oalllopsia, Chryisntlir mum, Maetnrtlnm, Larkepur. Portulaca, Agerstum. Sal via, rorgtt-BM-not, to.mo-. Holly bock, Balaam. Hill 11 WEATHERHEAD LTD. A: .! %  Ol S-cl.i-l"Blue Graas" Beautv Cases Also Attractive Gift Sel %  Head of Broad Street on all PEARL NECKLACES Buy I h.-sr (or XIIIMH PNMMi NUW Krum %  Nil JKWKI.I.KKS % %  Y. lie LIMA A MI. mi. 211 Broad Si.. Prom4644 and •THK VH.LAGK" WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE • E VEltlTE ASBESTOS-CEMEINT CORRUGATED C HARRISONS FOR FINEST MEN'S SUITS STKII'MI TBOPI AI. SUITS In hn & Urn MI 0 M-IXI 1M.AIN WOaSTZO SUITS in I iw n and 1 ron" Sinnlr llrensl.,! u M1.K7 II,nil.lr llrrnslr I (i M2.72 PIN STRII'Hi WOaSTED SUITS in Navy & Brw.n u 143.84 Blur and llrcv $61.55 SPORTS (OATS in Blur. (,rry, Fawn and Brown — several drfticna from ll&M, lo J29.2H PANTS In Woralrd, (iaHiardiuc and Linen Irom klO.24 lo $27.75 II \KIIISONS Dial: 2352 HERE'S A SLiCE OF STHEIVGTH FOR SCHOOL CHI'.DREN Sale ar KNKilfTS LTD. J & R ENRICHED BREAD lou Slkllltl S-le- I tl.e%e> — FINE Ml I % FOR A MAN! BATH ROBES AND DRESSING GOWNS LADIES WEEKEND CASES CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LID. l. 11. 12. 13 BROAD s I III1.1



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TUE.SI) U MIWMBr.R 18. 1152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI SKVW, HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON L& Emd FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN TRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES ipm *-> SOD FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND WHEN A COLD STRIKER STRIKE BACK FAST... USTERINE ANTISEPTIC !la mittkmm * pm oo thrtMii mrYacn. .Lrc(w AMI lru Martin* tcf tout trouble RrmM Srr. at ih* first tigo of cold, gMrga* USTBR1NB Anckwouc, lull KMMJJM. m TVSH ov # 17 -YEAR PERIOD, DAILY I Of USTERINE AWTJSIPTIC HAD FEWER COUKI PAIN'ofPUH SLp-pti 1 ) Kintti ...IF i Mb £ %  •>..% In lmlnut. and %  Iks pat In bill J ti" -t .o B M*f> W-*dl" %  > ".W Irrltafla* lhar>> raVMfttf i>c fruW.a 1'tt-a an'* HatkOacha, Nfnnnrn. P* i • ** ''wnnaiui i a. %  • % %  "f • %  Mil. m o.r aVufr'af ti*> i>nr tha %  oaMlvs '1 %  *; %  '•*" **• ralM an* m.lM * Be Youthful, fit & full of vigour MnlxailT —a'aiad Mai MBM \m h I j la .. ... .<: Take BILE BEANS —much better thin j Jjirstfvt IMINT I.ET THAT COLD TAKE HOLD Imlcad Why Nol Try MAGI HEALING OjL. A fi-w drops on a lump luuklv relieves symptoms <>f a fresh colrj and kf-MW voli fit. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE'MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES CJUAVAS—Tins CHASE & SANBOHN INSTANT COFFEE FRY'S HOT CHOCOLATE M'LADE STEAK — ONIONS APRICOT PIE FILLING .. I mall) NOW .44 .40 .87 .49 .42 .74 .80 .45 .36 .65 fiorntN SVKI %  -; lb*. (lOl.llhN SVRIT— i-n AI'PI.I; KAI'CI: IUM Knot I \l I II mm It u I IIROKIN lol M. MNK fARROTS I'KAR—CARROTS s\l III KRAM' III nil AFTLC nAiKt: HOI KNVITA MAKII msrl I'lK-pkK .; 44 II JJ 1 a li'.l .a D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broacl Strees OD NEWS ESPECIALLY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF THE HASTINGS AND ADJOINING DISTRICTS THE SELECTION OF CARDS ENTERED IN THE ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION WILL BE ON SHOW AT ADVOCATE STORE, GREYSTONE HASTINGS THE ADVOCATE SS:r> BEAUTIFUL BOXES OF GIFT STATIONERY COME IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK. MM I



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PACT SCC BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1K2 CLASSIFIED ADS. LOST A' I or Ml Tm:moNC o D1FI> fturtdav Win No.errjwr IBM .1 HmM ..moral IM pU. latr rw> I'M %  <— %  * %  •*** "l Ti** m THANKS .r.-ouaT Ut nardluro to re*u-n is*"-* li <**t IM fclfd foetid, who •CTt**0 ihc r^nt " -reath*. tiMi and whr1* eondoted %  FOII MM A>TOMOriVE BU>|-|)RI) us M lie ...M -nd in .rail. Dt MM. Coultnj O* IX>ST cm Miser Rood M IM' 4l.se. Wn.l ' Pindrr 'l be 'f^iUI „gyi %  to thr Ad'.v %  %  Dee. II II U-ln I'HIMIX II. lao TricpttMtr The public ate leiee.. ..ft-* i vim cicdit In .n> M'K" 1 !" %  — "" ' wy Dm • %  I < iioio mwil retponiit>ic for anvn rry dee* or h b) a out KII <*4rr T'gfAl I %  i,K* "If I MM CAM Of* |MP In good | a nd Week. 11 *£ O It II St.-I .abeiic. Di*l IN MEMORIAM CAD -Stand, id I H P Trr*. Baltttty two. in good rendition Dial an. 14 II i -W. BT=5 '""!'-""' pan, .Mr h.ie *%  flan* u vywr.1 bom' IM0 U-.l -•" .d u u £XV-i CAP One VauJ.tu.ll Vf. • Can be *e*n lM n<-t eujht and not nwtr man t(velvp age Parma of application muii be obtained Iron, ina Parochial Traaauirt an oftVe day. A Bapti.n>l Certlfl. %  !.._. i, dJffJtMlMi DEAN I. i ... CAB On* CM 1,1 I'M. V. A ;,.,vi.bri l 1*0" s>.i,l I IW do "'i"i ABB lor |tW(U>} •>" b-o( fil -vr; v_vi t.v. is ii Ma t*il-il i BBS lug iinKi Marl BH>-> M rj I II J2 Jn MATIN*I. % %  I ... li aMiri -dm %  A.d*T. M.'.r ...... .tt. I be rerneenherrd ,t,il Ire.h in our meinot.,Jam** and Win > llo,d ibnrlrwri. Heart • .T.,PW Luf'll* illtlf"' II II J4-.li. imO CAM — A dna wtrctlor includ in lv • >• Chry^ar JUtyal PAPAWAV Fully .UmHhcd I MrM *n houf*. It Philip COO.V U.W.' WateriTull •' 5*3f^i ,1 vrvaal ioorr.> Mnnlhly rml *>* P> gTlg Jg char... W ADVANCE. Bui unim I'l HI II VOI III s \lr. Eisenhower Is OeteriiiiiaVd To Be Friend!) AUGUSTA. Georgia. Nov. 17. PiMidfrnt *l*ct BM-nhOfrvr approach hla confrrr?ncr with Prr-ndnu Truman in Washington tomorrow wtth a r)t*-rmtnatlon to lf IrMPnillv bul : Shwp Sietifor Get* 12 Month* 9 Horn Pair I WntPtmiin .. S*ltr> bUrfcpl Hill, m %  that da \ |U -: 11 hr went to hla pffii ami r.i.ind that th* two aheep which he had there were mlsalng. H< llu*n reporlfKi the matldr to th Itusineds Conditions In Canada Good Irnot want |'lll> i 0 Imm Padje 1. iilternative. Pauenger cargo ahip* were expenalve to operate onri the loaaes from operation werircreaiing all the time To keep these two shipt tn claaa. largrexpenditure* would have had t<> 4 l( r.li.n a bulcnct Of fc made immediWly and the Hill. St. Joaeph aaid thai ** of "^P^ins nem waa pro.tefendant brought two nhecp Shoes gkaMBJ eie valued Pa g ah o wa r however much '' or dluuiree wtth " Admml.lratiori did k L*, / bacoine involved in long nf out-going pajVMl fJKPM II For the whole Family! hibtttvc out that hi tr !" " h, t n ^ .1* rf-jrp were h„ an,, ^Z^ZZZ n^d. wo-Jd lion of IVderal power to comult .^"Ig.. !! .K";.-.",'^^" ''"' " ln ,nn Cilaidlr the kheep from the defendant. i*pl. Charles Goring said that Wednesday* conference* with key Republican Congresaionat leadrm Including „ne Joint Sea•' took a •^tement from the degtop .Mlh Senator Robert A. fc-ndant at the ptatrlct "B -Police Taft and Representative Joseph Stanoir, The defendant read the W. Martin jnr. He ^il) -No meet -Utcment and Mgned 1 in hi at his New York headquarters I'retence. Wednesday with Senator Styles ^~^—~^— A ,ex.nd, r piane Crashea National West Indies Steamship •nil operated eight cargo ship and that a speedy, efficient, and then per passenger service between Canadi and Itarbados wa lurnished by Trans-Canada Airllni.-i Solid AdvRn Wiley. Vr leih. ft Loo NOTICE PAUSB Of .1 I I i \ Trndan are Intilrd tow t*" unpi\ina ii iH.i.iv.init* itti or n>oee iIlk daily l.> lha Sa Lury'i AlnuOin... • i from in January, iflu Tandan will br m.ivrd b> ma undaralgnrd up 1u and lftcludln Salurday fN.li Decmbar. If41 O L DrAMT. Clark i.> Pwr l*w OwardUna. 8i Luoy. IS II S] li, NOTICE TBIB WIST INDIA BISCtlT CO.. LTB NO-ICE > %  heraby |ivm thai appiira ton haa baan mad* tu Die Duaclo.i 01 ha abovr n.med mmpin, by Au|ui" Chart*, William Griffin lor IM laaua a mhar.rroBcalr lor lour iharaa, N 1TJ-11-41. inclmlva. d-u,s lh Au|< ISO. upon lha nalrment that the mi tale li.u'd in Ihr -->id Au|jalua Chai Hn'Um OrlPllh ha. b*rn kt ar.d dapoaiicd wiui anyone •Uiarmia*. and notice u I II wllhln trlrly day. [ no claim or irprntntation '" rrapet i" "iiaiii.u eamlcatt i. mad* to niteclori. Ihey Will than procpad to pplKatWn lor a dupllra|r d ol ptrKWi crash I one Mr. Eii*nhcwer was under pres# From Pate I. sure from several quart era to make of a single engine plan public statement giving support there, were all member;. In UM present United Slates Diplofamily. macy policy in Korea. His staff A ground rescue party Sundii. admitted reieiviiin "*ome mesfound the wreckage of the second sages" to thi", (fleet at his vacation uf two navy Corsair fighters which .leadouarteis here The subject crashed—almost was ctrtain to come up at the s I'urday night With regard to Barbados, h. said that a* soon as the islam was better known to Canadian' mote of them would come dowi here fo> their holidays. ThIsland had a solid advantage In comparison with Canadian ann Bermudan prices an din addition. the weather was warmer and the sirniataneously-lw|hmI Wr ., ,hlle making the White House tomorrow but Mr approach to Moffet Field in CaliClsenhower showed no signs of furnia. Both pilots were killed being hurried into any active ;clnt On* plane set fire to the home of everything quite interesting and His impressions of Brbado rorj pleasing He found participation In the workings :lie Tr iman Admlmstr : I I preferred to operate on ths simple theory that he plainly has no authority until he is inaugurate l January 20. physician near Palo crashed. The other piane ww found yesterday on a wooded hillside 13 mil* south-east of Los Catoa. An Air Kational Guardsman was whether Mr. Truman and Secrekillaxl Sunday when his F51 Musdegress ttrv ..f State A.he-.n .nr-'.d talk ung crashed near the western mowing ^rtainly" expected to be back here year after year. He had Juat received a letter from home saying that It hod already begun t. snow and the fact that he wa basking in the island with 85 nshine whereas it wmi Canada, added statement on Kon-i enboundary of Illinois.—I'.P. dnrsing their policies remained tin question tn be anwete | the Cabinet Room ol the Whit little zest to his pleasure. SHIPPING NOTICES flzitci NPWIIAVEN Fully fiirnlmljr-d brr-orhouae. Crane coa-1 fioublc 0*rt* 1 Sar.-.ni roo-r.-. Ughlm* t\mn\. war i-'il fifply Month riaanMI charia. C Holrx ttatefaM LOU19 L. BAYLET Bolton Lane For GOOD BOOKS li s lbs ADVOCATE MR. THERM . AnnonacM U knlvftl of ths MAGNIFICENT 1 KBW GASEL REFRIGERATOR It haa "THE tfalW LOOK" It delivers ths goods MO saotors, HO balta, KO braahas. NO saoving parts, KO lntaifarsoea with radio. KO mst . Motsuag wear ott. WE HAVE WAXTBO TO OITS TOO TK Bltl Let Us Show it Ton (Working) at your Oaa Showroom. Bay %  *. Meat) ii u >i-ii ii ianal. St. Job*. (Ne.r High School) ApS'aaih a* Malta I fH'H.liW Wh MOV?M Wr are fmrmred wllh Inalrucucn> from Mr*, n M Hi"* M Aiietion ir>r See tniiaeuo-{ voidable SruSStrrON and >NT1UE rUHMTUrUZ. a I an |r*"1 auallir Mmlrm Pieeea. Oiatdwarr. -id Pth*i Hfiiaehold Efl-cl. -I KAVNia COURT. IT JOH.. %  IFWIN-I. DAI PBIOB TO AWD Moa.NiMi or *n pvg BAniOORAM. Otal DMang TabV. Set '•! Dlnlnl Cnalr. t Ta C^fler Tablea. Tlp-T-i r..btee Drop Idf Trtlr. Wriliol De.tT!nkrt T^*:otMmenM rafcte.. Aimehar. yorilhl Chair. ivartOIMl, Vlntlv Cabinet. Sklrboard. *'le A Potible Ended .IWP.tted COCktall Cablnel. lUaVidr Table A C.blnetj^Drea. %  14 TiAle C-irela ol Drawer. nrwtk.nete-. Pull-prnfPi Ml_rror Adjustabl sttmi' Table Lampi 'ALA. ABOVE IN MAHt-OANV riol.i -ied I %  n C1.lnet. i "" 1 %  .t.red Hmm, wiih Bra* -. Dtnim Table. Inlaid T-a T*ble DnB I "1 * r b •-' %  "-.''-' %  i.r'.vv Ii-riontei Ida TPir Gin TabtOeeai I'll"! %  Od.Baard. f Table. Small I ted -PEVITONB TONIC"-#Or plKMtal aaarg>, we ret... aluable tonic <*n..mibl, Dni| Slaras PYUe W** M.r. —S_nHe Bed ^ Deawe-. copr.ei T •'• •' (,ld Oak Table F.-.V Cl -td A TaWe tamp. Itua*. >*•.'.to £ Peed B Of rwirt' I rajdor-. ^"• >• %  SrvBaeV O f"• %  %  < %  %  -,*•;,' K':." ropbM Table. Chair.. C-p. frinet Kilehen rurnniiii. A Table* ;. laf j il) „. Water rd Map.. r I-I t. raik* ,1b €>s , ON Tiur, r i'A"r". AIICTIONEEBS Jgtfla. M. Hi—— 0 C. < l> eru^.i 'NAMI.IN i Rniinr Bkrdaclloa I I Ufl m firm claa. o'rte. iinrhins. and in. Mad on I in whole or aaguw. hull rately Seen at Ya< hi Ctllb Maaaiah M II 11 i-*r Through LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICL iHipkeepri il Uauor 1—iiMKO. VM M l''.named tn Owsn T Alldd' In reaper! ••I -.11 li.itldilM .1 W.terl,R,M fte *BIT Tt-NNI"|k.A a'.n.te.l Table T* Tr-.ll.. Phone 4ftlg TYBW Rpetial Offer at Beduced Price. Truck and Car Tvraa w I. iv II, 100-Ifl MO |g. eonII. Dial Auto lyre Co VoMNI.r |ir-mat, ,r. daad and %  Hati-.'i .l.ii,^ th-m Tt. If Hi II II I waleTrrllar hair -the** Do not rtaglect Knighf, U II 11 Urilllll SALES RML ESTATF M t'lR gPDt> Blue Water. Tbex Toi .Hdmer with view Beaeh. D I Woi IS 11 IBSAI I Mill! | rder.igned Will -..np-tlllin M I* (reel Pi id|Wtowi ,. or Mle b Friday the lotng c-MWfin' tDarWATTH MOTH.. lUlhahetM. 91. Joaeph. •tandne T. T aerot. | tood. II pt-rehei -rf land Tfie hotel which command^ a beautiful .i-< of the incsanpfrrale* R.tn.h. 1 %  o.i x.i j. ,*ept bv the AUantic -ree-iei contain* a ina rt f u n lounge ar>d IS bed'oon... each with running wall i ii with lolieU and batb.i Tha cotnpany'a eloftneHy and waler f -tailed Inepecunn any da? bv anprwnlrrient Imther partltulara and eondlf FURNISH TO-DAY Tha Money Saving W.y Ih,puUr Bureau.. iw.ieod. ..! %  Waidtobei, W_.nvi.nd. m> "P Coll and Plal So r ii,g1.MII.F* fu( thnlr.g. Kl-che" n4 .ncj ut*. |*rder> Wagconi, l>a Tfolleyi. Sideboard. K '.•.r "'-> .nil Itedmcm Cabmets tA SO up DRAW;" %  OOB PI BHItl H I % %  Furnllur. | QI |.i, t | r d Blf ftcr-eh Flaine. ironing and Laundering Board. Bra* net. OfBec. het|-" Stool. %  .. KM .,., Mats II Ki ,,p LS. WILSON %  a ciiWT mi ,• -i -ail i %  -. i • %  i • • i hone 47SS WANTED HELP KXl't-HIE-NCEIl Of AI.IKIED IUK>h \EEEPCB tor Umlted t.iabililv COIBpatj Appiy to P.o DON 14, Boeaati, Domitix 11 W I IJ li II t 1 INFOBTANT CUIlfM -Otri wtth rapariaive. fuei.ie who konw .hirtmg. pyjai .,i|ht fowna. dreeaii.g gowni. dre—. • Apply Ctuii! Palace. J N T tltatl Corner Banter • A P.iuage Hd F1 1 to S p m II II UM1SCFXLANEOUS OVCBNSEY coW--fUM CaU. froai. I mik 15-S0 pi. H Raytada. No 3. s lohfi II ii a ?<• MANTCD S-TON LOHSlt LI lets Hi and price li TO BWY ,,-d can*do, noa g B A • % % % %  II 11 M 1 8. Cotuea. 2.MI ion d-m under Cide nelcned I horn AmiUr ( i Da i IK MltVKi: Frotn Newport. Swansea. Liverpool and Glasgow LI I ...Si. .Y lTM rtanirte B far llahini Itank lebeecB E Mm'.Hi I M.IJ E Caroline lor Donunir. A'coa l'e..u. ( %  • Carll'HO AATl'BDAY I9T1I Marlon Belle Wolfe | Ouiana. Vh H-l Que^n IM St VSUallM g B. OolfllO (or Tllnldad ,. iani MI V Albtjlbiuo* lot Truildad %  >h iulel WhUUkei for Martin LO, U v .r. .,.,. ..iii. I s Tnnlda.II toiomlne for Mait.nldju*S B 4uwdial li.i Tnnldad. %  ; S Km for SI Vineenl n'TD A EIIXRS" i "SmiGARD" -aauBULV i "SOVTIIOATE" wperl % % %  • IJcerpeal Ulaagaw 10 Nov14 Nov. taaratal IiNov Dor Early Dec. Mid Dec Early Jai U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Hamburg, ReUcrdam and London rapetl.d M'n.l l.iit. Barbada* 3 Derember a De,-cmbcr Seawell AB.alVAI.aBV B.W I A 1 llTll M H %  : .v • trw.iu d'SJMil j-hell l*KdeuHi. r: Dorkrr. J Kim 1 U'vai Lavertth. C l.it..-.ick. %  II,.... i It, Aoerte*h, nd J It. MATMIII li ; i %  li V...-drila-i. I f Thin.ton, i AH-!:,. | lf,itn-ait1 Jordjn vV l hi. 1. >av>de<%  j rrseala, J 0-L*a'> 1 'ram t.i. BBSS NovrMBfp lirif R Fait .' H (liitrcd Bl d 1 Had I ^Housing Exports • Fraaa Page 1. perti on an inspection lour i>( .uded low COM housing l ursmmes now m prngreaa In l*uertn Biro and Antigua. Lit%  ihor returned to Jamaica with the team and participated in a .pedal len-day seminar for G<^\-i-nment Ofndalt on aided sellielp housing. Yestordne morning the exp n isited the Colon In I SeepelaHPt as .oil ns the homing -Theme AI the Bay Estate and aim * experiments lor making i>lovks dt the resldenc* of Mr. T. i> Ljisiiley fn lleckle* Road. Utter in the aitei noon, at the office of the LMrecti. Agriculture, they met .1 10mm it tee appointed by the Uuverm 1 with Mr. M. E. COB. M.C P. B^ Chairman, to co-operate with ttv | JJ* Housing Board in launching the 1 lf-help housing scheme In conjunction with theli vjh Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia tain that in addition to being of any help thoy could, Ihey were R1<> •(own here lo learn beesuse th-^ •'••.ind that every place hnd PMTI* 'hing different to offer. They were both here ii when they took away pleaainemorit'* of the islaml ..' rcrtnlnly glad Iran. VebelneU: N gitk.n. I rrlb.wn. J EMBaan.. J Ciminlno. B. Clmlno. M. Viliamli-ir \ V:llamliar E Kauaer ond A audrn Irem Paarlo llii nnvinrn IITH A Payne. 9 Ooddard. P Godd.. i (^vdd'.l J HuMsand. C Thnmhi % Cloddard and II Aacough In Touch With Barbadoi Coastal Station \I.\V YORK SERVICE fcvtnv roin WEEKS) SoLTHBOtTfl) I WD WOtKlISB 'W.I i LU dvlae that they can now riwnmiinir.Hith the fnllowlng wllp* ihrouah I'u t ii.ii." i-..,.i ~'.l"'i i il.inula. • II I dMJord li. D.Hi|..elUiide •• Mni-Jto* few. nbtg, %  • %  Ci.Upnde. a WOlo %  Btind.-.i %  • An t.. %  • i . 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2JJ c BAilBADOS ADVOCATE TLESDAY. XOVI.MBF.R IS. 1(52 aifAND CXHEJLD'S Chase's Ointment You poy no mar* forth* GREATER EXPERIENCE "PAA -MMrft •• tMten why this gulmt hai bssn "fVrt* choice" of Internotlsnol traveler* for nseety e> eiuarter of a century NEW YORK Noa-itop wrvice by the liuunoui "El r'r. lent*" of vis SuJuan bv popiiUr. mot *y vin| "El 1 urlsts EUROPE rvk* by ni*W 4ouV>lrI "Strtto" dpp#fi"-orW* airlineri to Psds, Rome. Enjoy st'tpoveni In England, Ireland. PAA Clippers slst fl) to Ind-e %  nd the Orient Venezuela Fie-(-int flights to all msm ciUee W rwtfl Convslr-type Clippers. Tea MB cow "fly PAA" bnmt %  ny•bi la led, to M countries •ad soloed** en sti conclMati. Barbados Turf Chih IIOKSKS DRAWN Nam. C< lambs. Cardinal fupcr-Jct Twinkle Abu-Ali Apple Sam In Prix %  jandaj .. %  %  S.H.. ss AA 00 B <;o oo A PP P. TICE.1 Ho 21*1 • 172 Ml? 4173 241J 24S4 SMI 9133 2(25 Paint* l H P99JHI SPORTS ROUND-UP Seventy Two (72) Other Horse* a $271 M Kach 2703 2176 8844 1.332 %  MM 1314 7888 2061 1021 2871 3005 .1341 8583 6224 0421 Mitt 3582 2790 5213 6572 8752 6417 Ml 8.1 8147 1183 0228 BMI 6B8T 0332 0028 %  Ml •Ml 4003 2470 M2fl 9339 Champagne II Firelndy Jim !.. Ru* Dashing T Careful Da r ham Js*j Vicroy Flleuxce Caprice Trfm brook Vectii Joan's Siar Devil's Sy Test Match Frederick the Great French Fluster Stirling Dawn It | F'.:.i: vigilant Blue Grass May Pole Meerschaum Cross Bow Mary Ann Harroweeci Y.mmecn Street Arab Tiberian Lady Mas* Chutney Topsy Spear Grass High and Low JMlv Miller Battle Line Aim Low I 4M Z a** Z 7Sae AA STM •271 4208 •469 3011 (Ml met 958 T •Ml 4796 1710 Prissi |M RM nn %  MUM LONDON. Nov. 7. 881100 JOHNNV WILLIAMS, Bnti-e3.916 oo Empire laMvywalgM champi'-n, 3,916 00 may tight the American Reg 1.H8 00 Layne, at M* Pepper Line Castle in 1he Air Lustwavs Sweet Rocket Awuram Apollo Seedhnr Nit-Wn First Admiral Rambler Rose POplm Wonderful Diamond Queen March Winds Pepper Win, Nefarl Gavult. Magic Gaye Gal-shielIllusion Blue Diamond Dantun rtlle dlran Flying Dragon My 1-ove II Colleton Mr Friendship CsvaiWi By GEORGE WIHTING PARIS I Randolph Turpin. of Britain., and Charles Humez, of France. agreed here to-day that, if Sugar fo^hadowed a bad time for is. It was their one classic gj u^^n^^"other'Txt success. year for the middle-weight chamThe only other important race ith great dash, and C. Smirke, pionship of the world. No utle— to go abroad was the Champion despite weight difficulties, showed no light will" make LAW lacing c. Tonr of already offered hirv. stakes, won by Dynamiter, the his excellence In combination Humez wants the bout to be Is awaiting Layne's j >plus a mas* of suggestion betwecr irKi speculationa. follow the 1 Mexi., covering 1.276 days cycling, r Jt begins froir Nmeniber Stand it looks like pro.ji^ as Gay Tlrne. whom he'itarthun had they beer as anxious to pomu Win here ol VW SL?*E. f der V lhBb athl ^ rowly heai twice but probably win a, I was &,* H ..rston. the d^-mule problem. For on aving the city l)Bd \ aai9 t nwv in hand. The Manchester November American negro A most lopsided In the King George VI and Handicap is usually run in very in. if 1 may say so—but more of f Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot ht-nvy going and this year Is lb S w ;.r n be gave u 121b. beating to that SS. I.""" handlcapper L* Sage t !_•_. __ u> K. nru> jna a jibd pruo I with ( the route never once drops below 5.000 ft. and in places rises 10 10.000 ft Nearly 200 riders will compete. Including li'jm France, Canada, C 5525 Jinx (Consolation Mori The Barbados Turf Club, G. A LEWIS. kely to be no exception. 'Hospital Needed' Kindonia., who won it easily Immediately following the fight j weight for se over one and a two years ago and was whispered I talked pros and eons to the i KJSL n r ?x h?t.Xm t fc or halfmilee, tdr it, put himself out of court ringside with Gilbert Benaim. the Thi^S2 x"T*v iZUZXZ TtolTnerhsps. is the best yardby bis display at Liverpool. French promoter-match maker Bi lssri ?tl I m GrWnfleld stick to measure Tulysr's merit. On the other hand the Irish who pulls the Humez strings and Bevis Wood and Inn Greenfield, sucs^ ^ ^^ why ^ KnQfk ^^ ( mm{ verfmUk ur own Jjck Solarnors. who is Soccer should not "carry his bat" next horse, ran well enough in the hW 'b 1"* heart full of hope THE CORONATION CUP a year against horses ef his own Liverpool Cup to give himself a %  ".. pocket full of contract -pcvia) aoccer tmirnamcnt U> mark age. Kreal chance. the Coronation celebrations, will If his colours arc to be lowered Solar had n most unlucky ride Le staged hi Glasgow next May. ,t must be throuuh the agency of lust year and I put the race beFight ehrt* will compete,,, three-year-old in the King tween these two with a slight Aisen.d. Tottenham Hotspur. George Vl Slakes, the Eclipse, or preference lor Solar, knowing he Manchester United. Newcastle poagtbly the Prix dc TArce de love^ the deep going. United, Glasgow Rangers. GlasTrtomphi gow Celiic the winners of We hv Hud ..._.h better Serrrtiirv. Ihe Scottlih League and Ihe Seol. ol ot gtayert than tor wnn .. M li^li i'up. In the evenl of Ranscri Aquino II Eastern EmM3 SKKI.M. rmri!S ~W M.St EACH or Celtic winning the League or '^ g)r J ir Nephew. Medw;iy. Ti.e, No. 216. In Series A B C O F. F O H J K I. M N O P Q ^'^""""'^LZ"',% t S ^mg SoU -" "*" a S T V V W X V 7. AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL ,„,' „ kn ,„. k oul "S,,,,, „„ d will 'onnld.ble leom. MM NN OO PP C>Q RB commence on May 11. with Ihe On lua Vorksliire Cup running e ?n">, N vl V'^ '," rt !" cV C l,n trl• J |m'i| M I M ** %  !" > %  %  The w.n.n| ,,d Crewitch win Flush Boy.l 5.? IsfrsY, !" rl In BB "^ '"" %  '"" '*"•'" "'""' "SU." -""> !'" " company MM NN OO PP OQ M — %  ,„-__._„..„. M N OPO wUI be their own properly. Fifty Wt are short of rr, I..E.S, R S T U V W MM NN PV QQ RR SS Tickel No 4173 in Series A— CDEfBHI JK I.MKOPQ R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FT OG HII II JJ KK LL MM NN OO PP QQ RR SS. divided between the King George 2^-_ a., u 1_. •ooa.-J ~—l .h, SI. "" "• Do Ceils S Cs, Its im (Sher t>* VI Memorial Fund, and The Nittonal Playing FieldAssoeiaUon. Box Ins:: JAKE TULf. the Zulu •>.M'Hrht. has announced that hi will K've the purse money from his fight nt Nottingham on December 1 to the widow of Honore Pratesi. The former French Syight champion died last week fight with Tull at T1A^NQ. r l3 ln"Ssm. A B C D E F G H 1 J K L M N O P Q deepl7 'reiiglous, collapsed on R S T XJ V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EX FF GG HH II JJ KK LL hearing the news of Pratesi's MM NN OO QQ RR rt -. death, and then prayed for an Ticket No. 2625 in Series A B C D ETC. 11 1 J K L Mi N 0IP Q huUr H 0 has cancelled his fight — S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD BE FF GG " H JJ KK LiWllh ytc Hennnn, which was to :, .WV! ?'? yJTsVfcS c DD D £ r rF Si'AVtfsVjZ i M Tlctyj-rUS IRA. A B C D E F C „ J K L M_ NOP Q R s 1 %  V V W X V Z AA Wl CC DD EE FF GO HH II JJ KK I.L MM T15,.7NO. mMn'SLS B C D Ba H I J K I. M N 01 P Q Ths 'no-day friendly ilxture mile-and-abetween a Combcrmere XI and ilv-ir Zucca Combined First and Second ,nd Gay Time seen, to be %  Lod* Sch' distance H.V.C, Richer %  >• %  m n|ng w Comlx'imere DM mi /J f/r/ff/'/faV R S TUV1 X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL following hi fyt/w ft/ncn£€Jt£W J MM NN OO_PP_Q9 RR_— t h UU/.-//I 1/MHitT th betlc At tni! i: i nt Rawson are all very food horses. Then Lucius, receiving weight, won the Limekiln Stakes, leading all the way fi and Tudor Castle. Tudor Castle is best at a mile In fact he Is the best we've got Two-year-old Mites, rightly, I <_. think, fill the places of honour in tlA Major Long's two-year-old handiley It was Benaim who gave me the "world title or nothing" message and he added that it might be as well to have a hospital handy should Turpin and Humez ever t.M down to Manager Middleton remarked only thai his mission to Paris had net b*en unsuccessful, that Humez was a very strong hid, and thai Turpin would be glad to knock M#d off. And ibut I oiidon or Paris can take tlioc n.atters until November IS %  n that date that Sugar Ray Rob."son. the world champion, has t make up his mind whether h intends to put on boxing boots again or stick to the soft shoo "a**", demanded by floor-shows. was d reI noiii;li Stalling for Combcrmere if he says he is still a boxer nd 214 runs. .md "wants" to fight Turpin— had put up 405 then I hope some means will InCJombermere Beat Lodge %  kets declared on the found to make him practice what ui.w-iiirt Ilrat aoy und "" Sutura *y bowled he promises. We have had enough out Lodge for 109 and 82 in their •..ailing from Sugar Ray. first and second innings reWhat did we learn here from watching Humez belabour the tall Bowling for Combcrmere R. .md dreamy-eyed Hairston? Not Branker took 7 for 43 in the u lot—except that the Kreiu-liinan innings combined, F. Lashcan wax exceeding busy wllh a %  for 42 L. Williams 4 for left hook to the body, that h up". Whistler. King of the Tudors, 37 and H. Alleyne 3 for 36. Batleaves himself wide open in i'111/.i. Novarullah, and Neerula ting for Lodge C. Ray side topdoing, and that his penchant 1 the best of the colts. scored with 37 hitting 8 low punching would have earned | MM NN OO PP QQ RR SS FREE ENGRAVING ON ALL SIGNET Km %  Idenlity Iti .u i-lcis Comparts LK kets. & Identity Kinvx Purchased From "YOUR JKWELLKRS" V. De LIMA A CO.. LTD. 20 Bruad St., Prone 4644 aed THE VILLAGE" Hastings The Barbados Turf A clul 2' wls Secretary have taken plat Manchester, on Nc at Belle Vue .'ember 14. I Uke Nearula. Pinza and boundaries. Novsrullah in that order, and can gee no reason why on performnc. and bedlng they .hould /> a8/ flea/ /> re8G/| f not stay. LAW\ r£VV75; Hynam Loses To Worme In Singles The opening match of the series of invitation tennis matches took place at Woodside yesterday afternoon. Dennis Worme beat W %  Pony" Hynam 6—2. 6—0. in two straight sets in the singles match Tin.afternoon TrimuiRhwi) and L St. Hill meet Dr. Charlie Manning and Eric Taylor in the Men's, douhli-Wanttluugh ter From Page 5 Tennis: DR. J. C. GREGORY, captain of the British Davis Cup team The fillies are a charming lot. this year. Is to receive a %  .pedal nnd those who saw it will not award -from the Lawn Tennis forget the duel between Bebe Writer's Association of Great Grande and Tessa Gillian in the Britain for "outstanding services Chevcley Park Stnkes. immediate disqualification Lngland. The light was really something a pantomime. M. Aim*? Fecqueur. tho referee, not onlj allowed Humez unlimited licence in the matter of low punching and arm locking, but speDt the The Annual match between intervals remonstrating *> i I \\\ Past and Present pupils of the Hairston s manager about the Foundation School was held at c B l *"* o1 g.reasc_on the he At Foundation Holt* Waff-he* LOUIS L. BAYLET to the name in Initiative shown Then" these are the lovely the School grounds on Thursday A Few Tips leading the Davis Cup side at Necmah, possibly the best of all, i"d resulted in a win for the Past Poor Pecqueur. in fact. Just had He could not remember Mr. Craigg Belgrade." Gregory, who U 48, md Nectarine, who made most of by the narrow mnrg.n of six runs, to remonstrate. Officials of the telling him that he would have to went tr. Belgrade as rion-plnylng the running to win easily over ..Batting msl i.ie %  Present" were French .Boxing rederanon n ->. tti.i-..n' o> member exactly how long aftrr. get khaki clothes to go under the captain. But Geoff Paish. Britain's seven furlongs at Newmarket. car, but he was able to examine No. 2 player, and partner to Tony Wilna it well enough without going Mottram in the doubles, was intusi, but ^? *s > &f > &f •• tt j a>eeea T """' GIVE 'SANTA" A RING! l"\i> ///. REPLIES GO TO THE HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. for BALATA NOVF.LTIES si I II BANDS $ 3.00 l(Xii\i I IKIC.S 1.92 IKlSkl 1 ( \HIS I. I Kl I I SI I I 1 US .96 MAUBY SM I.I KS 96 WOODKN NOVELTIES %  OATS $1.20 sl I I Mi WOMEN 72 DONKEYS 1.44 • as*' /',.. %  ; GAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. IU, II, 12 & 13 Broad St. underneath It. He was sure that the nut to the steering rod was still on the rod. He would not have had to go under Ihe car to aee whether that was %  till oo. U that bad come off while the car was guiug on the car would have wobbled. Tf It had come off after a oar bad been pulled to one side ef the road, the driver would have been unable to get the car keck to the other side. The driver of a car five foot six inches would be about four feel, MX inches from the. nutter. He had only measured from the centre of the road to see what the driver ••>uld have scon ami the road was 20 feet wide Sett. William Archer said that on May It he at rested Haddock. Twenty-one-year-old John At iimr Small said that he was in the verandah of the Rogers' hom< when the accident occurred. He saw the motor cycle and the car coming from Speightstown side towards Bridgetown. The ear was tin veiling at about M miles an hour and about 40 yards behind Ihe motor cycle. After he heard the crash he went and saw the children lying on the ground. There had been ne rein thai day. Cross -examined he said that the picture shown him did not represent how the casuarina trees at the side of the house were at the tim< of the accident. He said in reply to Mr. WalcollV saying that the picture was taken the day after the accident that it as a true representation. ThougU the trees formed jured. Gregory took jiis and. with Mott: I'oui.Vs match after a struggle which went to five sets. Awards to the best players of tt again went to Tony Mottn airs, Jean Walker-Smith. all our foi 75 runs. Skipper Mlk nd Bluefln will be very Evelyn opening batsman, carrying out Ins bat fur a top score of 40 E. Jones was next best batsman with 18 to his credit. Bowling tor the "Past" Noel Harris begged seven wickets for" 12 runs in 8.2 overs while Loulr Talma captured 2 for 17. In ttuir turn M the w nk I the Ruuby: IJSWIS JONES, the brilliant oisig Welsh Rugby Union three qusjrhti or full-buck, last week igned as a professional for the I-ceds Rugby league Club. His signing marked the -end of two years persuasion by the club, and cost them a fee of about £5,000. Jones, who played for Ll.ineUy, is considered the outstanding 'tlnd' of the post-war era. He is a prodigious goal-kicker and has scored from distances up to eighty yards, lie Brst gained prominence when playing for the Rovel Navy and Devenport SerIgfljge then his rise to the top has been meteoric. This season playing for Llanell> he has 1 soli soe the cur and motor ssssu "Wen larv were coming toPorngwy's intenewd opponent wards him. He had no idea how American Jim Slade has injured s far the car M-681 travelling at the shoulder and so promoter Jack speed It was travelling would have Solomons ha* cancelled the whole %  one in a second. The car could programme. Slade and Pompey have been going slower than 50 were to have topped the bill. miles an hour "This is the Brat time I have | Hearing of the case resumes toever had to cancel a show." Solo] day at 10 a.m. mons said this evening M tf £& OJiM — faoitamujt .. USE . BOWRANITE AXTlCOKKOSIVf: MZVf The Relentless Knetny of Rust The Proved Proteetor of Iron and Steel GOES FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST One Ballon will cavar 7M—1.0M n feel, one eoal Slocked In RED. GREY. BLACK in tins ot imperial measure. PIIONK 4156 AGENTS: WILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD. VCS,'^V0jt %•* umiiM i -nM Variety loo... 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WHAT 5 ON TODAY osssstaf oni %  % %  MM t !• HIMMM Keu* of CV*VC.I I 1J | tua* Ibu lack* —iMtinc*. Bronai that nerd rencuicc. Tor (W fului* In IM dUUnc*, And th load Owl I rn do. ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY. NOVEMBKH 18. 1952 PRICE: FIVE CENTS YESTERDAY'S WEATHtR REPORT ts> —w UffkUMd %  -J t H-BOMB JOINS U.S. ARSENAL OF ATOMIC WEAPONS West Have Tremendous Advantage Over Russia WASHINGTON, No* 17 A Hydrogen super bomb capable of destroying whole cities in a flash with a blast and fire has now joined the United States arsenal of atomic weapons Informed sources said that is the clear meaning of the brief official announcement issued by the Atomic Energy Commission on Sunday in the wake of a flood of eyewitness accounts from Emwetok describing the world's first Hydrogen bomb also said that aeeetsssnent of the super bomb •" %  briluanl scientific and technical achievement which give* the wen a tremendous, i Weapon not yet possessed by Russia for the enforcement of peace They predicted that the first test model of the H-bomb will be followed shortly b> e mote violent vemmrn But what role the super bomb Mill play in the United State* scheme of defence ha< yet to be determine! That is a matter of high policy calling for difficult da et atao d The man who will hav U> make them is 1'icudent-elect Eisenhower. He undoubtedly will get at least a preliminary briefing on the nuturc of the scientific. economic and military problems posed by the H-bomb when he confers with President Truman and Administration leaders at the While House on Tuesday. Vivid Report* Many individual members the Tnk Force which conducted this fall's historic tests Emwetok proving ground In the Pacific wrote vivid reports In letters of some of the H-bomb's incomparable blast and flame effects. Many gave November 1 a* 11-Dny. Some hinted at more than one hydrogen explosion. But the Atomic Energy Commission in Sunday's meagre announcement withheld all details. A.E C. Chairman Gordon Dean said "any amplification might give aid to potential enemies" .md that therefore "we will make no further announcements." He also said the Commission is concerned by eye witness letters. He said Investigations are underway which may result in disciplinary action or prosecution for violation of the law or security regulations. He did not however refute what the letter writers wrote. Remarkable Feat Teat programme included csK iments contribution to n mo-nuclear Weapons Research". The announeement did say that the Task Force had performed a "remarkable feat" and that the scientists in charge were satisfied with the results. But skimpy as the announcement was It spoke volumes to the informed. They knew that "Thermo-nuclear Weapons" IN scientific argot for "H-bombs". —C.T. lurfite&For Trinidad The November meeting of the B T.C. ended on Saturday < and seveial visitors who bad come over from Trinidad returned home on Sunday night. Among; those were Mr. Pen Bennett. Official Starter, Mr. K Vincent Brown. Trinidad Steward. Dr. Cyril Gittem. Mr. Jack Procope, Mr. and Mn.. Alex Chin i*nd Mrs. Errol Burnett. Underwater W The British Admiralty la-day aai.euarrd the* carried eat the Mrs! ship U shore. underwater television transsnssskMib from the aeeaa bed one hundred feel briaw H.M.S. Reclaim bi the share statces mil. dls. u..i l.xn-llciu plctares •! she aeeaa bed were Iran saMsed with Pj> cqutpaarnl and seen clearly on the shore. Will H-Bomb Announcement Bring Truce? UNITED NATIONS New York. Nov. 17. UnMM NalKau Mnvn woudn* wMfear It* Unrtad tula* Kingston City Celebrates Anniversary WOSJM hSSf) can vine* the Communists that thsy shuid agi* to a K^sreati trace India was expected to la t reas.se formally by midweek a compromise proposal aimed at hridguig th* gap between the rival Western and Ru.-s.iai. tPsoluuon on the Korean ronnicl. that up to boss Russia bos failed to give any firm assurance it will go along with the proposed compromise. lowers on the nlher hand (are understood to have gone quite far toward acceptance of the basic point* ol ,i ipnsal. Ob\ aarvei> here believed the United State* H-bomb development fit ksf j |hi W—[ t'-c *r,i|x>n> advantage 'it lost when Russia matched its team bomb might imp"! U %l • %  lin to help end the Korean war ... .. .. of a third global conflict. Onlv %  ttassia sod Peru were on the list to speak today as the %  Cenenil Assembly's main Politic .1 I Committee resumed its slow mo(ine Koraai issbati If ST. IP Reds Bombard Sniper Ridge SEOUL. Nciv 17 A hiv) ("mimuniat at illery bombttriimuit was un leashed on Snip*r Ridge ka %  24-hour lull in the blood\ bttM oi Kunuw. king.-... i abiupi hall. Unut, Pr.s cutreapondrnt Victot K.ndnck lepurlvd from Un central from that Red sheiii || began at 11 a.m. .. i u m lull canuiiuin* .w and alaat halted .naw at p.m. al the raw ol ana* u e whar. I uihr lal l.lw round* pr huul. More ttou ...T..Ubaltlrlrom. Alona Ule Womn O.OUO pounds ru-.aed mlo the Re; lo nt the trmiwi jlurr dropp.-.! la ,...l.lu..I K.„v. „..,., .... -Pin Iv leireei FthrarlMl durlm -,h. point Hill and Fioei Kap dur nl.hl and rcae 'll> to il in thi in #. a aeyen-hour period. .„,.. fnirmH mtantrv X oited State* obaer\cr 11 while told K.ndri.k thai IIHIIVIX. IMII/I • FM I Otir (T Co. II KINt^TON. Jamaica. Nov The City of Kingslon began celebration of the "ne liundred and fiftieth anniversary of Its incorporation on Sunday wi'l, I LWaH service and march of the armed and civil forces servinn the etty. Celebrations continue to Wednesday when Ihey will SJd with 'Iv > receptions and Ofher fuiiii">ii v Wueen Elizabeth sent the fol-' lowing message to mark the occasion "I send my sincere congratulationa to Hit Coiporation of Kingston and St. Andrew on thd one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Its incorporation Please convey to the Mayor. Council and dOtem my best wishes on this happy occasion." Governor Sr Hugh Foot. K.C.M O and the Mayor. Councillor. Dr. Edward Fagan attended a religious service on Sundu> which the Blhop of Kingston. lit. Rev. Percival Gibson, preached. Inn(w-nt Of L\irder IIIM'UUM' Of Iiisunily VERNON. li.it.--.il O)lumlo*a, Nov. 17. Ingrid Sceburg, 22, Latvian immigrant accused of killing Mg 11-month old mentally retarded daughter by feeding hei with poisoned milk was found innocent by reason of insanity at her murdei trial. The piesid Judge said he agreed with I llndlns of the all male Jury which deliberated for 40 mia*iu> before returning their verdict. Police analysis said the child died of cysnide poisoning given in milk. The woman's common law husband Manfred also died from cyanide ; 'taken In champagne In an alleged suicide pact wilh ihe woman. Negro Singer To Wed White Drummer LONDON. Nov. 17. United Suites negro singer Pearl Bailey said sooking will come before her carer> laaAies wh|te )oat drummer laouls Hellson Jnr hen nesday. %  1 love him" Pearl said and lhal summed up tl.. couple's reaction to obieetions to mixed marriage voiced b> Iss tts oa'l lather L->ui* llellson. snr. In Molinc Illinois. Miss Bailey. 34 said she planned to turn down eiitiagaments while llellson ssas pUyinf with luke EUlhgtoo'i band so ahe could devote herself fulllime to being a housewife She told friends she planned to cook meals and they might get; partmtnl in Queen's, New York City. It will be IIfourth marriage lor Miss Ba.Icy and U t-|. 0(4 movement of ChinoI held Sagw "ii smi-1 rUdgsr*' mdieatcd tl.. i"iilil.i i \ Roks from their Strategic i nthhSM I'N .niileiy iln'd a ihunderilU barrag* of eoontei battery flte %  an attampt to knock out Red Otf gassj .md mortars iudden on tow erlng Papa-San Mow'-, the maze of gullies and ridges sur the huae hill itnassb Bet.ir.' Chinese lannchiHl their grhl lery barrage a running lttl# to K sra Ridrone "t the clasaic engni'Ihe Korean war had reached It* ilrst lull In more than 30 due*. %  both side* into bunhei li the air medium RzV Super' ioj-U llev* Sundav. to bomb three Communisl tn-ip and supply centres deet and piles of supplietre )M>mlt4 "inpio steel null now uaad as 'imiuinW storage >\rea righUi t ombers coKen*rated -Hackat | 'he extrssst* eastern and we ste rn loads of the front Sunday. K8" DahoBad betw>—n iSoogchon snd Yslu lUverv but ighted no Red Mie; nshtei. —r.p. BUSINESS CONDITIONS IN GANAJX4 GOOD nrec' N, Ti llTsI for Betlson. 2H celswated as the first man to piny two has? drums at once I I'. Mi. T. Harold Cooper ( Canadia Ujonal Railways. Caoadtai initial Steamships ari'd ComptroUei of Trana-C-m.d,, AirBne* Old tin Adoooate yeslerdav thabu-lneweonditloiu in Canada %  vsasj rarj jio""! ladead, nd added that total asstduetlon la bsss> .immoditleand HldUl put was constantly < caching ns tugh records. He arrived here reeentt] %  the Lady Hodnei/ on its k*s* voyage frnm Canada for a hollptt p Sfl i ad bv Mi Duneai C. Oranl ad VtM of Canadian National and Mr^. Grant. ThC> i .,11 quests at the Ocm VieffiM Mi. Covpei said In it the *• .* M C;r.i(li was promising as flonal wealth .!. % %  ,, % %  -.: source* of ng%  CM asMftl VM4 %  made availalile. Mr. Truman Gets $40,000 Offer WASHINGTON, No* IT A New York racArdlng conipany Monday offered President Truman $40.U00 for (MM hour's. k .ork after January ?0 All th-. President has to do is plu> foui of his own piano favourites. Roger Brown, head of Brown Records Co. suggested in a letlei to Mr. Truman tnat the Cisidei.t record "Missouri Walt/." Black Hawk WalU." •B'-autilul Ohio.' and one other tune of your choice The imoiiic from the sales ' the records* Brown said, could be paid directly to Mi. Truman or to any cause of his choosing" no' excluding the Democrat •ampaiun ol 1 *."*. I'.P. U.S. Housing Experts Here Mr. Donald Hanson and .Mr. Hector Gsrcia, the two low cost housing experts assigned to the Caribbean Commission under the Point Four i**ogrsmme of the VS. State Department to assist countries served by the Commission, are now in Barbados to explore the possibilities of developing a self-help scheme. They arrived on Sunday night by B.W.I.A. and are guests at tha Ocean View Hotel. Under this self-help scheme. families build their own bomsa with Government help In 'he roTm or supervision and financing. The services of air. Htiuson and Mr. Gracia have already been ucquired by the Government of Barbados and they will spend about eight days here making preliminary investigations before returning In January for two months to get ahead with the scheme. They told the Advocate yesterday that they spent three months I Ui Surinam where they carried M DOWALD HANSON (left) and Mr. Hector Oarcis %  r y sf tke %  easiag •ssad. out a similar scheme and .uu-ci that s.ncc II worked mccessfu. ; there and In Puerto Hico. Ilien was no reason why it should DO) tit Mjccesaful here so long as the people had need for homes. Speaking of the project In Sunnam they said that 400 families had ; Indicated thur desire to participate in the scheme. After discussion of the policy on design tnd cost of the housing to be constructed, a team of five persona war, selected comprising three govern. mem social workers an engineand a construction foreman. The initial pr^.Je. t agreed upon, called for the cot struct ion of 50 ho uses In successive groups, the lint group to •ola] 18. nit or the 400 families to •letermlne the 18 which would make up the first group was n .omplished by the Social Alia Depi.r.nynt in the first half of September. In the meantime thi •..Kiel house hsd been constructed kd workmen on t. site opposite that of the fir"t group and actual construe* tton started on September 15. At (.resent they were clearing land for approximately 150 more houses The experts point id out thai ,11 tha 18 families seleet*'ill time lobs and it necessary to arrange a work --chedule to fit the en They also -aid that thmechar.ical rd such as blocK-miknip machines, a circular saw. a wnod nlnner and a cement miser had da from scrap material by %  rdncksmilh Although Surinam w* the first %  sag hoiiHing i/i>frmti" with thHr help, %  arinuother %  vicse. srul th %  r" already !>•< %  : .ctive in assii na Jaasnlea to adopt the self-elp method for use in developing Iti extensive housing programma. In that connection, they accomof Jamaica # On Page Mr Garry tlupubi r'-ninl a radio ln.ui The Vet] KIM l>ean lUflruood a' the l-aso See\lieiiler. lUrharo Hill yederdsy sessslH, Hi Hen pin was amoni tinhr*t gSaaBaaaahl ^' ssal asaalasi Sir. P. li Kteuard uwru-r ol the Srrvliriilrr Is In Ihe l*j< kcr-uiiui Plane Crashes Kill Eighty ma the Labour lores acquired new skills snd greater pniducMvlly. The country was moving up into the Big League with i rides. I ... riMi..,i Decrease With r*-gnr<( to the cost of living as taaMsurgsJ by the off!-, .id index, he said that It had down a fractional decrease in .. I, a| the last MX month Some reduction in corporate and (.crsonal income tsxes was also possible when—next vcirS budget was acloptel An <'arly gener.il .'.i, i.iobablldy bul i ne the Coronation Asked to commenl on the • rhdrawal from service of 'ho i i 'Lady' ship*, he said, speaki j. m a personal capacity. that it waa mattai for regie', but he thought the conipaoy had no Mr DUNCAN GRANT On Pace g Four Persons Freeze To Death In Blizzard CHICAGO, Nuv 17 t'AUKORNIANS dm; out from the week end blizzard thai law luur peraoni ineze to death and workmen cleared wi< ihe tornado that levelled the business section ul a iraall Miss-ui raufkif) town. Rain soaked the bone dry corn bell Sunday but rain*, and gtasippin | winds were dying down to-day as they moved eastward Twisters and heavy winds If Fowl Thief Must Sprue Six Months Twenty-M* sgaj M bydm % %  lU-lgtdVe Ol l.i l* mprtsonment with hard Uboui H j pea red U'fi re Then Hi i •he Asshaatit Cettrt o( Aplember 5 while in I • •he heard a nesag in her yard snd %  m taking into !ni with it baR which t have I Sin impeded Uw pen in the >ard and IBM thai nin in Alaska with 20 men J Tile" fill 11 Mali II mi loajaj Wtsre miles of wilderness near Anchorage on Sund-i, but c.iuglil no sight of planes in the bushy country. Air Poio i.tim-rr. lum. I %  ttM li-.i-that a faint but steady i.d picked up aWrtfa dnlsjbt at assfoji frorn In* Dnlssiog plane In Ihe Korean area al'>ne UN ti ft a lull of al least raan ilead .II NiitMiiK Al *. r.-mCM pltiagad into W i.ff I' %  i --ant la It Saturday night ., i survivor*. Sit vi a other i u-.lieil %  hile I'round parties i ought the bumOf the ruKK'i. i ..f Si-uul The man i*tTi*hed Pridav when then Cll!> plowed Into a craggy hill All One rsiniU \ civilian an W-jnady saulTed ,, %  iiv livenear Dnlhart Texas. ISSN night and two other widrsuresd crashes killed three seen.inen Authorities at Ualbsrl mat lour of Ihe victim* a) On v %  ed through Southern Cwlforo fhile snow piled up in th> Dortl ern section of the sl.i' torina aused numeroutrarn*idents, sent two nu\y ngbter piloU to then graver am up property. %  nail children wl huddled together and trosi t* ath in a jeep nattuatj Ithetr grandrathsr who ri the vehicle off a mountain road was found .farther up the road. It was believed he suaTcred %  I ck while trying to get help Wisid, i...in. Hail The children ranging in ages from two to five years wee* accompanying their grsi drainer his home 'heir mother gave birth t. %  fourth. hihi. The lorn 'i. of the business section of Hopkia north-west Missouri through the town Sunday night to the accompaniment of I and hail. The West Coast storas which was described %  < two . isioii of il. W ('. U Walwyn Pohn of Ihsthet H I against Mr ffiiUr deeisio-> snd was yesterday ordered to pa> the costs of appe. amounted to 9/-. # un sate Threats Against Princess Margaret Reported LONKON. Nov iti. Two British news agencies reported that police are watching for the American docIO) have threatened l*riricea Margaret. However Scotland Yard and the British Home Office sale they knew nothing about the matter Spokesmen also denied knowledge of any special instruction, to seaport and airport detectives to hold an urttdentlficd American in tase h. tried to enter Britain. New* agencies, press Aaaotialion and the Exchange Telegraph naid the American made threats %  Usn to a British acquaintance snd lapested them in the US — IC9> In the Assisuint Court "f Appg • j i htardty i imed the decision of H: .'. vya Pohd laagtstrate oi District i Iin>.f U .n 14 days or one months imnriMtrunsnt with hsrd tajWUl on %  %  at WiUi.m 'l i lor wcundlng Pi ttl Cumberbatiti hei Sr-ptcmb* 10 Sgt All. I'olice Station who pro I .ehalf of Ihe I' i appeal. Police Constable Cum .i Central Polle. ourt ti il on Bepti mber 10 he who was a prisoner, to t jthe defendant haa gesjdi uinpt hi asenps "i> raai ell the defend ml bucket ind bil nil :.esd %  %  gd v..c .'ie..'1-.l V#"*i' Typhoon West Of Guam 7ke uaa/ieMe p\ nte MANILA Sugar XgrMUswA trsme deaths and the ., D !" e which killed two piloth\|MV|'f1 T>HS W I'l'lv Two twisters ripped act . Ilol%  A Suani and is asj i. i/ %  %  lywood. California and 1100.000 was reported mount Studios where a "Westerr, Street" set corr;. ind stores was battered and I'lnnponitri .. ment hi expected u, be %  %  .. wiek l*i." Igar rrpceser/..' :he Fo<-i dig price to paid for Ihe 1953 crop. A tered. Another twister trave ling ng h „ [„,„ H ^ |ad fof m.pJi. _swept acrosst j v/edneM! The typhoon was locati loped up to 70 Balboa and N e harbour leaving broken ii-eep". %  •id'rinj' flimre* luhmitted by the roofs and television anuwu^ : %  %  tntatlvea from its path—t' P rmula is worked out. %  i Monday imsd ( srttaati uum wesi ai 10 miles an hour. Meanwhile Iwlated reports' from Batanea Island Lugon sa.d Typhoon Bess caused, heavy damage to crop and com ii Batanea last Thursday was estimated ported r P



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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1S52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THKB Diamond Ring* LOUIS L. BAYLEY COLONIALS WILL MEET M.P's No aprx-ntr' No pep' TV rich, blood building properUs* of VrASl-PHOS *iil ,M**Der lot*. ciHfj,. arM ] „i itAST-pHU GENSRAl lONI IS YOUR WARNING Bat.aAa U aaaatT ll fral air. ai *-, Tlas*a, Tkalifr j I aralaaaa.aaa. Whafftfcaraat.aa'WaraW. iaataadafaaaa. Irh kM ga.ia t I* aaaar Mr %  "k raw IM ANM H IBM. .....— ^K^T^^I. Hall %  Mln'i rumn and ximnV laUi by aariara M l i i aiai dhara am. lhat ll-W (.,*.. Pill, ,„H, M •— kaaa4 ai aacaa. anda and Baaaaaa. Taaa aaur Uaaal a ilw ,„ ba>ka.l>' Get-Togelher Evenings Planned Klllll HA1 OIIS SHOW 1 c >N baaasaariT. Vau lad ,.af r-rat. I aa Daaaft Man NU. Oak 3 tar I|||| lull al J I I jl. Dodd i Kidney Pills If not MTMI bat asking Salvation, please writ* far i %  %  : %  ; BOOK Whirr. HUM "GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" I. Beberta, 0*aael Book ft Tract Service, 90 Central An, Bragor. MX There la no it i >i like fl. 8. • It's ihr Flavour So Smooth So Mellow III. ii.lr.l Hi llulllnl by STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. lOadquartrn for Brat Run Colonial visitor* to London. particularly students., are welcoming an opportunity to meet Government Ministers, M.P's and othera actively connected with ommorrweelth and Colonial flairs. The London Young Conservative* Association Is arrant,-"* %  get-together evening* Which they will be invited. At a recent meetinit of 200 eonfcrvativea and their overseas %  it %  i i.servative M.P'S showed they were equally interested in meeting the Commonwealth representatives. At the reception, held In the Mayfaii in .me .( Sir WaveU and Lady Wakefleld the M.P's pre*. %  inriuded I.nrd Munster. the Parliamentary Cndcr-Secretary ol BtSTg fBr the Colonies; Mr. Dodd* Parker. Chairman of the Imperial Affairs Committee of the Conservat.ve Party; Captain H I Rydei KC V e-Chalrmati. Mr A L Baldwin. Chairman at the Baal Afncar. -id—-ommittcc of the Conservative Party; Mr. C. J. M. Alport. Mr K Partridge. l ii Munster. the Guest of HdMJajr. represented Mr. l-yttellon. the (Vlonlal Secretary, wlnw Ki-',v, prevented him Lord Munster set the keynote for the occasion. In a speech to the guests, he Id thai h, was pleased U I"' .it the reception and to meet ptMBH from so mnnv different tamloru-l He hoped that the occasion would haglnnlns <-f lasting fr.eiid.ohip amongst those meeting for the flrt time. Success of the evening can be tlgi d liv comments from students. They expressed the ho, that there would be more opportunities of this kind. One of them economic-student from Nigeria—thought that such meetthe llrst was ii i.s now hoped that they will take place two or three times ton* to Canada. LJ i •act, rear' The vice-chairman ol Africa, four In Southern Rhndethe London Young Conservatives. *ia and M ore about to leave for Mr Robert Vigars, said. "We art New Zealand and Australia. UU. &f rested n con.ac.in, overOuring the %  %  * igg^ „ ( nc Comm0 ., xhibituiA nim.hei to settle down here" LADIES' and GENTS' TOILET SETS In Very Atlracllve Styles Sew. "YOUR JEWELLERS" Y. Or LIMA A CO., LTD. 20 lli ...ol Si. Phone 4644 and "THE VILLAGE" Hastings THE LORD MAYOR'S COACH, srith the New Lord Mayor Rupert De La Bere inside assess* down Mor folk Street out>lds the oArea of the Weat India Committee during the prareuion through the City of London last Monday. Inside the West India Commits** buitdiua rsars*eataU*B of Bnipirr sugar irswora wen* disca>alng the eric* fonnnU Tor the 1063 sugar crop prior to then Meeting lta the Food Ministry, Some of the delegate* may be seen looking from the window* W./. CAturt Of Appeal Meeting In Qmnada %  The Wet Indian Court of Ap 'ieie on Thursda> Mith a bench comprising the (Iml #iarttrag of Barbados Si' Allan Collymore. TTHIHI.UI Ml II M IVrer and the Windwards and Leewards ppnald %  • !>ing the appeal nf Bankers and Traders Insurance Compan> Ol Australia againht th. I down las^ JanuJlafUce R. J. Manning declaring lh.it the loss of house and furniture owned b\ Dunstan Cromwell local civil servant. wtM-n it was destroyed b> %  said Company. Tin pi.ip.iiv was insured lot C sno. The srgiamonl m the Ofifjai % %  .'.. W..(.IIIII gresj at the matertul \ the trial indue -aid hi ling to infer from the evi..' .11 -1. %  .•! me t. the existence of the Civil inminotioti had anM iSsst in this |>ail of the island ..fter . :i in,! found "that tht "fire lo the plafntilTi house wa, I I In Bit) WSJ with th. civil commotiofi and It was Inn|.n.ient of any abnormal ron.iiii...anting fmrn the civil Th* mmmm mp.'mkmfor if •#// CLARKE'S ArnsV TABLETS Hmlp to clsanwe the aystom from blood tnxpuritiet u the blood asay law rhcomailc i and pah**, *tUI and palnftal lolnta. balli. plmplev and common B ( >& I O H N ...tas-djsy everybody's flavMifitc Is jy aCKINTOtM a O i Exchange g Of Teachers LONDON. Nov. 10. One hundred and ten UnltcJ making m-erse.-i, -tudents feel at s< howU througho-ii the Commonhom. in Brttlla wealth during 195.1 under the This was the second v>f such ",","* ,J^i,.-,. 0fhim -, helri list Empire teacnri I exenange Big Commonweallh Section At B.I.F. Mr. dairy Pays The Fine students and helping pace—n record total at this Year's Fair. I'relimiiiniv plantl discussed in l>mdir. ling ^f ropihem teachers going and 2fl others who are to spend -L.K.s. „ VCiir i n Australia attended a xh !" Z !" Z conference in Ixndon, at which <;" hbAjrii they hoard inf-inativ.. lectures fa-" ;. .,r rhwrlnew inouirtsi "fren all .ver the woild" which had %  ••nan were addressed by the -uUcl dill ] K '" Th| New 'Zealand and Australian Onlj i %  '" J' „ High Commissioners in EMMS. <** !" ^T^."!^ X^SS^ Mr T. W. Doidge. and Sir vears not taking pail next >.ar ^ Thomas White, later saw fllmi %  N'gerla^ ^ tm ^ Tt ,d then split into two groups GURNADA. Nov. I? S48 magistrate* court fine IBM "f threalenlanguiage against Louis Straus*, English planter, hex was paid near the deadline at TinCottnOnweMUl Section at the tomnation Killrnidd s..turday to stall a ish hidustrie-t Fair next Mav will %  >' Uw iBXgflSl i" Itl month'i Imprisonment alternative hiators Dominions and culohies are tuk.m Bf lUnd [or Hon. Rrtc Oalry. A rnattat .. .__"_ %  ......1 „f ft-lftn ciinro fct m :iu:.inv1 7 Til HI "" ] IX)NU()N. f 9.^00 s;.. %  II I>oininlona. LONDON. Nov. 8. UWM HIU. in. which w.i. published yei lotdi Act, IM8. untfti whleh th. •in > A... ..iilhorlse.1 t. i 'oioni the Intsrna LONDON Brttian Invasion m insoy Emand plre companies are Bssdlng that tn. they are getting even less inOrganized by the League of formation from the directors than the British Commonwealth and they do from the boards of Empire, the exchange scheme comparable B r i t i h concerns, has existed, except for a break writes Ernest Eve of the London during World Wai II. since 1917. t:\-enlNi standard to-day. B] the end of this year, almost This is due to the fact that a.3.000 Commonwealth tea. 1 counting requirements in most have spent a year on exchange Commonwealth counlri. n tsl In Britain and Northern Ireland ,". Ka mmint( Hie ita'nds. iesa stringent than they are here, and the same number from the ^gtgll hBW ftl to l>r wc-rke^i Take the e-iac ol AtkinsonUnited Kingdom have been overm|l (n| thf measu laratT Basting he Ricked down oii the earlier .lerlaration of bj pa\ une damned cent" ex'luil he did nol choose to co to j.nl in view of "embarrassing and motions" in his name for the initiative Ctsundl msstlwg on Wednesday. Among the motions is one Urging the sending out "f %  RSffSl n for n general probe 1 M DBSOmk and Btsflal i-aidition n the eOsoOy na well iii rela11.111. with (Joveinmeiit and people which he dewrilies as "remote" and betwicn i mpl..M i' md .rnployeea. Cirenada, St. Vincent. |, r OIl| [i,^,i Act dot not Lucia and Domlnka ai* all 1(—l repiesenteil at Ihe Conmo, m fWo ,, r mttrc territories, or V tlon Fair" West Indies Sea Island r'utlon Association will again have a stand. The t'.immonwealth likely I.. "• .iUraclival> %  %  vllitors better opportunities for MIDDLE EAST DEFENCE PLANS RROGAE83ING for Quality and Value BUY A SOTTLS TODAY I authority such an tl.. i African High Commission pro vidlng 01 admini-tei inc common for two ot 1 Gates. South Africa 1 !, largest car ,li-!nli.i:.iis Th. a.iuunt. c,f Udg ron.|n> are more informallv. New Zealand I. Ic..mm 8 .„. than met, bu. are nmrtktM "e..lnl popular wllh Uruu,d maircd b, lb.abMnce of %  CODKingdom opplicanta. "'d %  oltdaUd praflt and los, account, ]£*>'' Dt r ^"',"' W .,„ J A a reull of thin omi.smn J<""<. '. %  . % %  Became "' %  %  !•harcholdcr. mu.. delve Into all P'"" difflcume. .he number ex• he .mall prlnl lo „ct • InM *>**. •*_"*• al nd picture of the company's trading 1 uii t. In thai cou .1 Aiii> an Ndaratlon wiu be. iral display with .1 Core latioii The new Mill will make good theme may be siageci. '.hear ooUaaiofls. and. al the same Gold C tssst, which baa taken iimvprovids tor Inerw more pa 1 ihli rear, pian.to maximum imouni "' the guaranconcentrntc on an Industrial tci-s from £M.OOO,000 to theme in her stand Thla will inPflO.OOO. cnangeo wun new -aaa iaaw ..-' tud( a „,,.!,] ,,f the port to be / had to be limited to 10 since the DU ||. .,, -perna—pan of the supml !: % %  HAROLD '. I \ '! l l'i\I,oN. Nov. 17. Than has been sufficient eviThe 1848 Act ajao letl done* (iiiiing the pat-t w*k tn loom for doubt vci trompt ihe eopcluiwn hsrt, thai ot the Treasur) lo i< n puwoi •ana to Gi.veif.nn rit. .f ('-1.1111.,' ,,. p|.,,1 for tlM drfen.e uf the which enjoy a large Mediterranean and Middle East IMa t;<>vcrnantph Turke ith ri.i Spain Iheii appears no doubt thai oriMiltatlon* are heiiig held beVfjsn niWSllI and the U.N. on me hand anbane. 1 Minister and Foreign —l-.g-g. it* depaiiuie. —U.F. „perienes during the'past year. %  ** %  Wc could * chan a n"** parnng acheme. for ihe u MI %  ...t^, 1 If they skip the small ptii.t ,na ''" ubl ^ '".^ '' um ^. r a^ £100. Ita hydro-eleccharges in naif-yearly inalalnieMi I they will miss, one vital point Mr Rood 9aid tftCro hflrt ^^ lr *c project. (lie goeeininent hn decided thai I lie delegation vislUng LebBthat the dividends from the suh• ' in appltf attona for Au#Special arrangements are 'to be lkti.g fluids I.I.uniMcesjgfty. <> w-i :heduled to retu *idiaries amountins to £367 840 tralia fot 19fil Wllh no m made foi parties of scheot chflThe Arl of IMf will I-uissatid1 l %  % %  k hut poMponcvl rerircaent th.. whole of the Iruhforce. between 30 and 40 dr#n visiting the Commonwealth ed accordingly. d P iar pronts for the year and """^"y P"* " " -^ib.U. It was atfsSjSad not part as might be inferred at < w countries; this year there rneettog of Qapg noowealth exhlh ,i,-^, K were only 28. tors thai with increasing atu-nIt i nrobahlv ton mueh to There ' ulBO aTOwlng dlsU ,.n to CnlonUd affairs b-1n M*d eXDect theE.im.re ^alSIriea to inclination among British teachers in schools throughout Br.Uln the rraSlnli ^XrxJZl lo " to SouXh r "". he Fair provides the chance of I f^EFS 1, . ^, added worth-while "I've geographV ,E.S. lesson.-I.E.8. copy our to the last detail, but it would be to everyone's advantage to bring all accounting practice —_— more into line with the Britisn system. Otherwise it may not be to-> l*aa*i assay in the future to keep the T1 r> •* flow of investment going between this country and the Commonwealth. BSE NOVEMBER IT, >< an 101R Chrquca on Bankwi Siihl or iH"niva Drulu Cable Cutrne Couponi HATt:S Of EXCHANGE 1AND* -,,1.. .1,,..*i| Ntl*Bs4li Rt l a> oi** on ft I 11, Bankafrs !" B D-n.Mi I>..fl at< PI ataiat Dtit. .!% ** Cabto •-', i>i Tl •-pr Cunsi" Of >-.. n. Coopsaw T 1 7J 73 1 I Reach your at thence! r :'S.:' r ',;'.;;',' r ',;'s,;'f f r 'S i> I To Our i Friends and \ Customers . •till supply th. J W. en X following:— \ J Tlas-S'.-Ih Ha Ham . SS.St >* 0 Tins \*p Tipt and -, Tins Asp. MIdtl I Tig* I § B..1 Coeklill X Thai llaslraa l'ej-Nel \ J. Tins Crawford* Aaat ; Biscuitl S and your favearile '. 3 A ** Ham 1 i.M ;: €UH> Roebuck St N ( WHEEL TRACTOR (Abo available with Hal(-Ttaeka) uilli our j tons U.I. STI.CI. CANE CARTS lllleil wilh overrun Brake. mil Pneumatic Tyres. These unit, have already been tried and proied to Ihe satisfaction ,.f their owners — bo amonusl these satisfied owners. LET US ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR TRANSPORT PROBLEMS Other Massey,Harris Agricultural Equipment nvailable includes GRASS MOWERS AMI LOADKRS RAKES PEN MANURE LOADERS AND BAGASSE MANURE SPREADERS FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS Etc.. Etc.. Etc. Your Enquiries invited .— COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT TIIOM LIMITED DIAL 4616 — Whiteiwrk Road — Afeott > in this car with world appeal Tote the arhnl 1 r a Morrb Osford in a ract-praeing demonstration •% aieie n a car that n going lo gsw you a lot of new found aatWaeasl in txotiotTMal moioxng, and save you noney in openuiog Bssd Rieintcnance cons. Ji h roomy, with a napensioe ayMepi Oaat makes for "srmH>uVaUlttg" over the roughest road*. Powered Car high average specdt and imprcs*c accclcnuon. 'Ooainy 6mf eaary detail to retain in persohahty and tiae ityling o*ar the **sBfa a** W ihr lujgr. Take tht %h*tl at soon BJ torn e**v •BKf FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Pfcone 2385 Sole Distributor. Phoo. 4504 More Miles a> More Smiles WITH BRITISH BERG0UGNAN TYRES We havd the following •iiei in •lock :io x 5 32 x 6 :M x 7 35 x V* S2S x 16 550 x 16 G00 x 16 PLANTATIONS LIMITED INTERIOR EXTERIOR FLOORS We carry a large stock of best quality imported Painta, as well as Dry Colours. Linseed Oil, Turpentine and Floor Varnish. UAHBADOS CO-OP. 10TTOIS 7 FACTORY Ltd.


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p v(.r TWO BARBADOS ADV04 ATE ill it ait th (.'hit' 1 CaJuh Calling Tl LSI'\S S.p\ I Mill li !•H.-.j %  STANS —i VOW Lull l %  % %  '!' 1 JJ,' t %  %  1 If 11 „.,. fat wotWffl, Imi IrfflfAi,r iVl.'ns; Hon H N. Turi %  w %  .,, W ii ArmWoog, Ms %  <>ii each i -liiitiiuteMr of D Iriniilr,! MilrtM R MH HAH. BBAUBRUM UM Colonial : %  TTITI to SI IIW i h on II iptnd two week*' boi m (Mid hit fathrr nd Mi t A. Baaubnin^ %  prlgf of SuppliesIlciul>ruri % %  * ion* and find -. irtaak is. aceotd i fc, UM „„,, i i %  • nun is. i• M UM >* i i. Art.it ufj I MM IMHstl %  •null hie-, a M* I..... • •Hal **• ....I I.....I. rf I ..ii -r ,|_ %  ach J.L* Ml* MOUt it ..U*|_,js. lb* M. i..,im„.. ||M .a-.t. o..... .o %  • %  mi) *4 inn %  • and nMnnia %  % %  Al MHI M M sarrSMMR N iV.rf.. 1*4 b.a.y %  nil-mi %  u miuM I % %  •< itci x^*. i it II. fin* t*4ui I'.Wlie.* H J. %  HSMHl tr UL, *r>l llfafMM I ivours horn*. imuK-f ALL BYIS AM ON PRINCMS' OOWN r .Jm aBB IBV W IT ^ ^a-asl Lfii SB. H Law a7^ ^ ssr^Lr' v steal k?^M % % %  . %  • %  ( %  SB \ %  fl Painful cramps of "Monthly Pericis" stopped Of amazingly relieved \w £?t| •1 MM >K/ hlMl tf4l I l*i a.n.'.' *wn rash I .fi' B*UA(_. id*nine drug,: %¡ eea or lid:. proof to B UlOSO function HUS4X1 CtaUIipS. beXk%  fsat tnnfllCheS Of iii i nniiwi |i, ( ( M i **a minima of • c*nen and (itWHeVpSll^l.KU !" l 1 "" • Oo ••* b.O*flM*,. tain -tsarUcular days" — im wn.u, gur OQ M m? may often be suffering r*k. Lidia rmuim^ quit* linnroatssarlljl urouib th* anoutn a** ir • •—^ W doctors la atTl^TilV* aVii i Compound gave compllt* ur (friAinp relief from such dlstra&s In 3 out of of in* CMN UaUdl Teat UMlMl avMonc* showa Ltd)* ri"k)i*m'e ttiofouiltly snodtra in Mtioti It e*fta l*Bt>jluD|i oalrnirc; •Uact dont feal better be/i dartac rour p*ruw i Oat either Lyii. PinlbajB'a nil>nund or *. %  fPHfi TaBleU. na add*d UVal If vou're troubled •nn "u-U. l iMnk aa others to (,„, n,, N ,_ .. "J*" """"""e •• !ter. 4 1) pn Mt-ii -H*i. >.aaa Haw. i.,,,^. | pra T Nllenl -.th leaM. ... <&**. I I i* e !<• IS p < TaUlna. • ... n, TlbBJIHIebfi i I! iiain (i m From %  mm*. 10 p m rrom the gdllo'lala. foil Vaufhan Thoanae %  Spea'head* ol the /. /V.aiifc. In UMA. tor tU£.C Talks Alldrr. V| 1^ I1KTTY II U S B A N 1> S |1< JOHN MORDITA'AI. s. f ^•iilder uaugtitar of Mi. apu !" Ury of llic Hrgioual aTsTsaoBk .'ei.i r-ruep*iU tMigkl i .Ml Snot*da we*tl rwtufiwisamto UM Untod Buiea *** tlder uaughtcr of Mi. .um •* %  ** Ui v ..f the Rcgioi^il EconotTOc last wwaa rtfal ipndinfl six Mr* ll'-iin-n KugTrsajida ol w.iCotnnuiMO ir,i on Saturday I %  Mtli hri daugliter. I "i ^ H..,n w\<;i lu „ where he will attend Kdwards* first, visit |" by H W I A fur the UnltsM nuviing of that body to be held > %  •" I *M IRI Ma* aat \s> 1MB* 1 a m uist*. Meet like Comr MSMU RousMl %  %  • T p m dncc she IrfKj /(/! (lllltlllll N fOW In the Island on three ami ltn: 1 M 1 I i rw|C^rronlha' hoU.i.^ i. \u Marjo' irJenkins nf V Ml Octtvn YJJV month w*ii b suite, of Ai llol %  .ill tMrniil.iiher sludm • ilh her man iluring this week. Tho delegate* are expected to leave for Jamaica within tho next tew days. Off To FrW &£JL A MONG the passengers leavuig ( -.i-.d*i> r HM OHM States via La Gualra waa Mr. Ui isaai KB* ti ia staata .* nSiaasg a*ia>a>e*a aith rertain |xia>ina.. I. eaes *NM be kn*aKi*i itianSia > Oat at peaaisar* • I red lap* Coronation ADVOCATE BRIDGE *.. rata guc-M gi u-r f Mr ll(U | | n wrt hlng her gotvl luck Coatal Alleyne. formerly a lunmi k Cruises BriniJ In The Dollars II I Iml from ni*xt UM fiituii, : w-rtfc../*n-i.v.si T IIK rfcrftscull %  fixed Saturday, PVbruary 28th and Sundav. Manlt ;%  M lt H. I r'ALJCNKIt rassps. datag of their next mum.,! ...... ilivt ol the Western An.i Ihe m kintee.) i -if Canada arrived Drill Hall on a business via.i. He Patrons are asked to keep the 1i"l .1 IharAlTporrt by Mr. date-* open A H l,i ri fM M-asrH. T. ., .. ... ., Lift *' Inn/n-vtiuu titit A OOftde, reptasMfMa"RufR WltaUAM U BRIJNNBrt i les-Watson. Bewir^ ^ "*— ^^ ifflcc TSq'' pYork 1 'OUVElrU\. -„f the local branch, and Mr. >\ Dlractor Of the 'Pat" WallbndgW, Manag.i I A. G. IVOHveira gnd Mr Brunnei cairifd out imlaViOfi Agents of I*ortsimilar inspection at Trinidad of-.spani. TrnuMad. Arrived on and will vigil S.m JlM n I'I.H colon) l. KICO for the same purpose. B.WLA -Ji .i two-week holiday He returned to Trinidad on Sum!" i. i.. %  %  .,. Mi nQliv.lr.i will also take Iuerto V. t) at dutcuaa busiBark Tn Sif-mrtm ll... vv'.iPbe the guest of Mrs rx -"• •>" Trinidad b> th. Iber of the sUff of thr l^oto. mgraving Department of the Xdvaeale. Mi Alleyne left for Curacao > .\n ago. but returned borafl three weeks ago on short h.iliday before entering a School : ChLioiiraphy m the USA M Mine* V. •trenath ar*a< faSach** AaS < yanar affair, aralasairatal and li'lndalr ,4 M*n> %  • *' Cowboy Gay LOMDON. 7 A YOUNC heir ctern %  — Sprnl 7aro 4.-.A\MU fiMJN MCXJRE of returned Education kluiana. the Department. inspct buJknnga OU BOBM TO-DAY U.* itronaoat aM|M I moat eniaaiallr S. mbuhted b> la>* epioii and the gacie a rorntanaUor la^nat B GORDON HOI-MAN t^. More than 500 Americans are a**p to pay up to £ 73 a day for a month ; J* for a Coronation cruise In the 3* %  00-i.m British liner Corania. i Tl a will pay in dollars. Ihe Caroftiat, due at Southamp| t. from the United States on May Si next year, will stay four days— Ccronation Day Is June 2 L'n the way she will call at Par. lunl Sweden and Scotland, The, en-ire cruise will last 2? days. Pprice suites for two persons 12.000 dollars Passenith an outside cabin will pav, average, about C 1.200 for leki li Another dollar ship, the 13.650| Ion Fumes*. Withy liner Ocean [ At 23 he will inherit about Mo-afh. will arrive in the Thames ( 1107.000 from his grandfather. *_floating hotel by M. Han llealri Kasl We* TKUHl S J 1 .J! iS4 ison-Oray %  "nn i came &f O 10 s W 1 II I ami her ex-husband Philip Kindertley. i gadajg b.ewer Krnert Guume*. Ho has -^""Jtll ^^^.TJ'a!" M me f m^mm^^ mlkns month. w VT5fc^J?bS£ m i£: m arck. which, it ,5 expected will Lteajgl 1 //taVtrrr'nmcainr T ) | meeting of the %  asfttaa will he u-sday. Novaaabar 2th Bra PJ Qgaj >*rerch play will %  %  -tees and their b*e to attend Ouaat Mnw Pl'ne was Mr Richard du %  Boulay. son of Mr Andre du BouLay, Planter of Casttias, Si. Lucia. Mr. du Boulay spent two Trinidad FT VMM...' >!./<.. M R. LJVRNCSTONE SEARL-5S of Endeavour. St James, left by TCA. on Thursday for Casaada where baj w ill further hr> rto daa a in rauaw at the Toror* %  Conset-v. HouJ i. Fn*m lh< Camnitoma M RS ETHEHINGTON and two daughters arrived from th Cameroon.., West Africa via Eng rhc (.•JHlai ..! S.>utnampto Mrs Etherington Is the forraw.'* He liY-ed on what he earned j^rth at Tilburv mer Marjonr MclCeiuie. daughter M "nsughneek" on an Alberta Alio ln thf f harne8 wU ^ ^ 2L.1 r ft f'Sr.Jlli-i SaJ^* ,lw U Holland-America liner R^do-, Kenrie of Rowans. St George axm to „,! f __ N w York on Mav Her last v W t to Barbados was An amateur steeplechase rider, ^w.th Tiv^gsengcr. .hree >-ean ago She expect* to he rode a bucking bronco" in Their Coronation cruise after a le heir for about eight months Calgary, stayed on for four *cfour-day break in the Thames will % %  > ,. .. • ond At lh •*""** gtterript he eventually end at Rotterdam CM ItMHnr** was knocked unconacvou* aftei There will be two "floating col11 ARTHUR MATHERS. Lw-uiht seconds rector of AdvcrUatng. Re-; M I ..' 1. psj liufkit and the Butterflies-12 Th old gemWman Knpart I'm net going so sal rita baaatdV '' %," hf declares, "FJI fi I I I hi.t started a butterH* I"" Ijsok ai thost an that glass i lhar ara rara. MO, and (he/i nappy, arao'i [ht } This on w -ill Uv day. I au* gar lot* Ida." "Bo, Thar'. tplfadJ *,..•• .._, Kaerri daiKinc about in hi. rel.rl AM too r* (uckv to hava as MM] rjr, aaag a>i i JitTuassMi. Ltd.. tOveraeaat stationed in Lotiaoti. England, arrived -^ere on rnday night by BW.U from Jamasca on a business vuatHe expaxu to be here for one *-eefc and .• a guest at the Hotel Royad. Mr. Mathers is visiting the var ..JS stations in the Caribbean WmL. IMidmy M R FRED GODDARD. MCP and Mrs Goddard. were among the passengers arriving over the week end frofri the USA via Pvierto Rco by B.W.I-A where they had been on t, months' holiday They were accompancd by the.r two csuadren. Mr Goddard told Canb that .he* ha.1 a ver> enjoyable holiday and were glad to be back home. IHrhionnt Vamujrr |R H. L N. ASCOUGH. Divisional Manager of Cable MM] Wirvlea* Ltd.. icturned LtOfO PWtrM Rico on Friday night b* L B W.l.A where he had been on the San Juan Station on dtMaa. Talkinc Point. To sae old asye u alioays II years older tkam I m. —Banxaxd Baruch. %  .ft | I S'. % %  .;...' docks. The Swedish-Lloyd flag-ship Patricia, with room for more than •00 p aaa m gers. Is expected to berth .n the West India dock At Millwall Dock will be the • 000-ton RrltaasiM. with 280 passengers from Golhenriirf.-LT.S. : A g a The slioneat route was best on this hand iroro match play when South* One Spade a* raiiJ to Tluraa The rirst Sou in flayer Jumped to Five Hearta. a pointle** call s,nc* he waa unlikely to find a ix-tiM trump nut Nor^h 'ixtird oil in Pi** Spade* but Somii carried on LO Sis West led a i and South started ruffing Heam in Dummv on ihe third round %  over-runed *> wli *P i and led two rounds of In Room 1 Souui am Sis 5Mdaa over North's jump raise, with the result Sal ? •***, %  m ? d e,ul bv ^ji^iTead oi K south • on and returned • j. oyered bv West and.ruffed Hhi •> x. The next Heart could U.en be ruOed aith M B Rwlex Watekea LOUIS I.. BATLST e 3 i i i i I RTAIN NtTT (BORDKRS) .. Cul—ll llll IK s:i IIT. $13. *7.MI SIM tt M.2S BUI & |t.i -II %  IS 70 x IM tl.75 v 1 W.S* >!• 7.7 rn.1.1 IH i i-.i ^ is v :io t m lll'TTKR MUSUN 4 W l l l l There's an StfaltooA fountain pen for every writing job iting style! ...every wn T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) OUR* SHOE STORE Whal'j Ihcwriiiog job-hookkeeping, accounting, shonhjnj —perhaps even musk? There s an Eslerbrook Fountain Pen suited for each task. How do you write—fine, verr fine, bold, extra bold? Whatever way, there's an Estr.-'orook Fountain Pen to suit your needs. Just visit the nearest pen counter, select the Esterbrook Fountain Pen point that's right for you and fit it into the barrel yourself! AMKRICA'S flttCT PIN MAKIR "atcMio nn AHO PINCIL MI "^* >~r Earimi rata. Um JV. U , FjUrkmt ?Bi*-P~M Afmiitmm,Hf /~Ji /t W AI HttJrJ IhUt >•• IM l*U. Writo /_. %  atdl utimwlMfiUimg. L—4 W m—trjsmi. {Mrf/ftALCocof. TT LOUIS aa-pATHK-IA *X"BBB.aa l -r : ~, HAYV/ARD MEDINA *•• .^ XMM SuiiUSt • blttt kHVAHt %  ALAN Kfttl. H • K00 rtWlUail PnsacM si WAITER WANGER SM EUGENE FRENKE • Unmt b> Rsloh Mvrphji • A Wenpi Fitau ProduOM %  -. w kas Maa* Sakear INKI a.... t, DI n.-i.. i...i.( i'-..t" Jfta sjggBJ %  %  •• %  AL IHIAIRLS EMPIRE To-day 4 • a aat ..ml cootlnulna doll* l.lnda Darnell Tab Hunter In ISLAND OF DESIRE Technicolor) Excitement Thrills ^ BeMa %  gatra Iilnl Nr.i Heel Opamins rriday gist MIM. %  i i aad COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN OLYMPIC To-day a Tomorrow %  t so a a is George Brent raj %  BskssbM ROXY i g snowi Tod-: THE GREEN GLOVE i .ii,tag %  q i MU %  lleMlUr a Manerpinr SAMSON AND DELIAH IMI AVENbEB Wilh John Carroll ThL.r Onl 4 90 A I IB r>publ.c Duuble Hi.tir or OLII %  r\u and BLACKMAIL With M. Neil Friday LOST Hi"" 1 ., % %  -i Newa Reel Wtdnaaday Thursday 4 H I Urcveraal Doubl. The Andrew Slate*i MU "I \..l, ROYAL [*.I 1 Show* Toda> a M a> a M i Showing Fwat — RTBANOg < iisin i -f wuh T. W .11 Lovell Oilmere and AU rlABA AND mi roaiv iMiRvaa aiVRB LADT RUrrln* Bod Came am Vvonn* Da Carlo ~ lSlday""bruy t jo a a JO MH.III ANB lAiTt a and Talkinf Point Forty it the old ape of youth: fifty it the youth oj old ape. —Victor Hugo. i-lfe mual be meotiired bp Ihouyhl and action, not bp time.—Sir John Lubbock, a • Ereryichere in life Ihe true question is not U'hai ire pain but u-hai toe do.—Carlyle. Warm QUnt i .-..i. ll.r "JACK A THE BEANSTALK' if-CBl [dHJ Abbotl raseit N*>rAlli.'iun> A I.I-IV THR DABR Jane David WHAN NlVEN A Kil LABOO llumphrev n.KiAHT I. -.,,.. (; n.,!.!--,,!. Tnura. Special 1.30 JI'NOLg %  MMrrui BSNCOADgS a( BaUDOBTOWN "BATON PASS" MOKUAN NkAL Mrd a ihi,.. •as a • pas. IMS ns.. the cim II* WITH Ml NHHINF i(-alar) Dennii VtrSWn MOHCAN MAS,. BIS" TOMORROW I'l I Jamr-a Par bar. A<;M:V PATTOW I SI p m I'iMi ISO! BU and rw nn H hiiMi ILL orr voi rOB THIS ( %  *re Coleen RAFT -ClHgY T.. BITTTH i u a a p rn Whole Serial **•; a-sa; ** %  >• %  >• &f +••••• %  &f •• GLOBE Last Shows Today 4.45 a 8.34 p m tkeaprr by •fcr%  am (CIlTlon VV'rbb) and N* Oaa atlavaaa Aalacd Barry Salllvan BMaM DJil 444I4 M ..4I44444 TOMORROW i THL'RS not 41 t>IHIIINl. IFrrd A.trlrr. Jane Pow.ll) and vflMltlliS Ml KIDKtMt irlark r.ablr) %  aaai 44i m i4llll THE BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT EVER / GLOBE MIDNIGHT SHOW SATIRIIAV 22nd (1) Local Talrnl on Parade (2) Th, Film-MINI V S I \l 4 U I IOM II 13) Gueal Star—LeRoy Fordr — 10-yrar-old Trumpeter (4) FREF: Iced Cold Canada Dry to First 600 Patrons (5) FREE—4 Cartons Heinrkrn Brer to holdrrs of I.urk> Tickrls ll's a Sight of Plenty and Fun JAX :TTI IMH SS KIIOI* Next lo Singrra CLEARANCE SALE-GREAT REDUCTIONS DRESSES $5.00 UNDIES NYLON I1RIKKS FRF-NCII KM(KF.B> I 111 SI II KMI KIBS HALF SLIPS Former Pric *3.0 4.48 4.t7 1.72 (HIIJIRLNS PANTIES—all siae* IIANDBAC.S BRAS—Strapless and with Strap. 1 XKI.HI BRAS—.18 and 10 PAVTIE GIRDLES Sale Prico txsa 2.S8 2.7S S.SW 48 cents per pair *2.a etch $1.00 & $1 JS tLBO a SI.98



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101 K BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER IK. 1*32 WmADOsJil ADYfcATE R— >—s'i -r 111% J. %  fturrfll NvMMbM IS im I i uULiii.i € omiril J* ssM exp. %  :rie* political •1 thuse an? bold enouf i '.err ihe political pa;: dodffKl by %  political stability is less May to attain and unless there is a permamv | staffed 1>\ rxpftirnced admi: with COffitinuoui M'rvice the ad>: lion of a country becomevery difficult and at times impossible. Barbados is not a §e if -governing country and its administration is being conmental system under which the function of government is shared and the civil service is subject to frequent changes of. leadership. Final bllity ur the food government of Barbados still rests with the Brit, liament through the Secretary of State IMI tluColonies. The Secretary of Stale's authority is largely delegated to the Governor who is not only the Quota's l.t-'presenlatn e but is also reanonsible to the Secretary of State and he has to be kept Informed about all major matters affecting the admit I the island. Barbados is still a ci iwn retains a veto on h and (he Secretary of State onics has the right to appoint and control public officers The executive is vested in the 11 Executive Council and Executive Committee. Only if all these facts are fully appreciated can there be any understanding of the significance of any attempt to curtail the powers of the Legislative Council The constitution <-f Barbados is a written constitution and although the experiment In party government which was rnorship of Sir GratUn Bushe gives the General Assembly an importance in the political life of the island almost as great as it would poeiefi if the island was self-governing the General Assembly remains one component of a legislature of which the other nta consist of the Legislative Council and the G< %  And the Crown retains a veto on legislation. The powers of the General Assembly even though its members are elected undei ..dull suffrage are limited by the Letters Patent and the Instructions under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet which together form the constitutional instru mem of '.he government of Barbados Any attempt by the General Assembly to curtail the power of one of tht't dared to abolish its upper House. and any argument based on.curtailment winch have been made in respect of the powers of the House of Lords would be invalid In nn island which lias no permanent Civil Service and in which public spirited citizens possessed of talents and abilities that they would like to employ in the service of the people have iitr!,scope for employing them except in the Legislative Council and on Vfjetrhni .oid public boards. Barbados needs a breathing space in which to digest the many changes which have been introduced into the island's political litiring the last six years. It would be ii< [ative Council because it li ply rejected a bill which would have precipitated yet ther change. f>i which there is no i (I. .shorn %  attacked fo ved-oy sentiment and for exercising a right which is written into the constitution of Barbados. but mum ..d .ven largr<> world mnd prewouM h „ As MOO as w-r declared. I % lake over acre peanuts, as %  •not sell sugar ti our *i.ich Many rraaVrs of Thr Advoca •* ut havr been amazed U> read thai recent d da all with his head ia.i in-i not .ii> Bi na very much in ihe clouds, actually euso America ana proposing thai plantation owners be prostrated of Barbados make a gesture of ooliierated. 1 lo>ally (and suicide) to our good pare for a cor...,turn Queen as an appreciation of her these great countries migh coming Coronation by giving up "be able to help anyone bo* themownrship of all lands bordering selves, far les* iraac with other* twin public highways of the island la fact I would be weU lo asa depth of aay 100 yard* tn ume that urn taland, and other, from ihe road." The idea is thai which mignt well escape the this generous slice of our boundatomic cataclysm, might have to leas territory be given over to the aaslM in renderrui ftrst-aid to tmg of Causartna and Flamstrtckan continent int Iree* so that Bajans In general and tourists in particular sp ar se find eternal joy nd render pretty tree* in place of food^ egg^agg," ( His highest ned planter* eternal produciruj. did ai least by contrast £* "t, ill, gra-itiui* MriiHf nt Ihn hul> %  %  • %  •.. .ukl ... >_ MM— ak. .— %  %  *""* I statistic Bajaru as they spend MOT laoaatad f-oo the outside wa* still more staggering lo And world for an U Icltnite period d Si the Xuls To You, I ns It Joe! RISK IS STILL PART OF THE OILMAN'S TASK *aa Immanent or Id be rtdy to of cane land for com. We coutd an atnm-bomoad wn food suppUe-. take precedenti 'ver tugar in bulk. Peenut In the meantime of peace. m> repreaenutlvr* would have studied and mastered ihe technique of George Washington Car.rr wit the peanut potential. Here was a genius and a i*lM if ever there wa* that combin:.l:.m In flesh and blood. The Loro God Almighty £.7' ", !" . %  %  >" ,l "'<"' < man'. *... h.D He UUna. .iWly trw. In place of foodu ._„_ |£L| .1 Hu hlgnct %  rmnm pianm nmui producing did ai M by contrast hum !" lff7T Mi oodnt ilitude. because at Oio baauly point the ngbl ly for the comJJSSJ T7,L ,.tluTndtaaTaanlus sacrlncc. One can mncement. .n,l ihe pumilL of S2!TjKe?QMTI.V. slave child left behind when mother waa stolen, and who never knew his father He became not: only great scientist of international repute, but an artist In ,„,. tut*. .ndf.nu.tKpreTr „c MM. ,.d.c.?M !" n) "SS^^ fif^tfUl poul had .ppclcd to others part of the Mlu'ion, If not the ,," ,Z^ !" V^ *_.„.. JT~t -kil. Kvrn :l m were UTUX in the Kaln part, to UK re.te problem ^L h ^? s "^. L"TL*'Sr.t. 0 .eemmiily elern.ll> peaceful, that would face tiu. and other w„M did Ihi. JISt man' ay of crefree and pro^perou. Victorian ..Und. of the %.. lndi. ,n the uj^t" "it if^n. oV^hT'er. y*; r "ff „"y '" "".!,„ %  c,rcum.nc-o tlobal !" nc 7^ , 1 ^ p^duct. of the World! Garden lovely nh no ,*,, We ould ceiulnly rtqulre lo ^i^nch |„ laia \riue rich In deadly menace to our live, and have two or thiee John Sainu p 0 ~eu of tt. chemical con.li-ent in ihe shape „, UM Job. and hi. "bif-cnin ,u, nU and -onderfully rich in rampant, militant convnunum. ," would nol only be iwatl potaloiUlle. tor ulilnatlonWhat ran then Ihe idea would be ulKrutc, Thry wot.l I alao be rather dld „, „,„ manufactured from craay and impractical. bluer -aTallu' Ihan later, and „. .jnonot other Itanu of food Can anyone cmnpual the niimw.iulil hang Iron tree.. Much value and uttlitv >cnt of acre* n(jr ._ ..S.,. u k ,'. n^. ivhtch these cocoanuts George told the world that in ~-~u— TZ. Z L Z lands on which these cocoanuts ueorge tola me woriu m.i m "^.-2" mnt *• m '' "P would be planteil. Nalurall, I the peanut was everything neces''.k.jr* ^T !" J,. ,1'T 1 aculrl concenlrav on the *ortgary to strengthen, nouriah and. %  nmilwiramywedmimiMfor ,„, MiUlnable from the keep the body a"ve and healthy. Jjljutw e did not produce. In d rf cocoanut. bin would not enYes. the peanut could make words we would ju.1 have irt lfnoir ,„ „ rd narv „,„. Barbados independent in man, .J5.h-^. !" ,M^,,^?,!. •• %  '' "llJ •ncourcge co-operadlrecliom It would not only be n I egeuujies. itrie would think that I(on |ronl ^MUholders such as medium for raving money but 1 taroaoo. nad thousands or acre, reyan. Ford, of Tent Bay would create employment and 1 I valuable land to play aboul ^.h^,.^ ,„' h e intensive promoney. And remember the peavlth and that it did not hav. to ,,„,„„„ o( young cocoanut tree., nut like. Buoedo.. •ara tta own living. One would ,.,„.„ ne riirection of the Departw ln nuts must go fruit for a I hmk that It wa. ever adding to !" T of Agricul-ufe uPon^rhich -ruly "ealthy and balanced diet. |> lire, whereas the only chance ^„„,.. m n nn .tail I to be • believe thU Island could be made t ha. o< adding a few acre. :, by ^"fe",,', JStld ?,Z m. mah, self-supporting In bananu. if in neorporatlng that space that lies J^EiMoul,. for the production of MM "* '•"• %  "? wou -? "?"": uld see that arrangements were ng made for the production of and staff .(to .... would fall the r. SSJSSS -res'" ^uT^vr S&j Tarunf this dependency on ic its _,„ ..,_,,! w. . %  ,,.—.;— „# inn being ts sjSmJ^"ar-?. i5ri^ %  raftini thai der*ndency •asty bland anatomy. Of eoui-e. the whole idea is T^ ,V^",Ke*re'' evs-cnt \o"take"a ••"***. mangoes, pawpaws, and th cJpfoy^o.^^ !ffi2Jffi*t orplan^inThTJS Sat this island, with too few lut the fact that the idea has *" %  states where so much land — Men ejrpTHaed and endorsed by SliJe^ iSS 1.oiih mi The *"*r •n*-*-' •' l,ws or ton oflPn a, displays the fact that at epitona. The> *ould fulftl the harbnurm trcafl lnal have mil( proport.on uf our fellow design oflrtielr M creator and "^ l utlliliitian vaIue l. are in abject ignorance be allowed to fully ripen -o to t the natural and peculi; %  „and-v a-e ,„ ••JJ S !" S ^"S.T'iCd'me pISTtuS. i? "would make m, Barbadian peoUMM. Ital U uo,^ [ S U l"b. UU *e. Llr bounteous giflTot food. ** ~' ^ ^T vhich .re inseprable from the nourUhmenl and other valuable .^''"J'wtth'ot. linutVgTacrla. Me woo live upon such elements. 1 would certainly have %  "'• %  <• •" .''. r ''",'JJ? %  £" nrcuroacrlbed ..IMHI, Sd one U, educate Baj.ns and tr, to maka J" "• • -^' ^"" 1 ^ f %  '• o comparative!, remote from them ate the utb^r folly and "A""'"' "^'e\L n J£L of ther UUnds. and certainly from criminal wa.lefulnea. involved In * !" L,' n .i^ ,KL^ !" „, •ie.1 .onlinent. which are treating this wonderful nut simply <'"" "'• f" .t. p ^'"' ' lendly and able to supply ~enM thlrst-ouenchc. and thus £*" •""', v ." U !" „' r „, !" •" ,als which w. cuuiot create ourdestro^ng the real potential value ^ !" %  " '" l L" n n £ ""'„ elvea. That ignorance I. bad D f the nut when matured. Per7^ ,i !" i .!" i iu . oough in aU conscience. but „,, on. of the most untidy and 22*2. tssS!!7%. „i? .f" vhat of the wider and more -...eeareful -ishi. our streets rilsdifference toward the utilization mveraal usue. involved and Ija^Ts mc* hcau of^eheadad ' ""^ """ "* ln row,n .nored by ,h. of such nn^cinuu v^ on" a o.'keS "' %  '-*<" %  • -"' •" * rZSt fo^hem"""" ' aa "' ""l*" ""! "oy >"•" • hou purpose ''> n m on the Hastings beach. It happenn n.it vtastc pj tnat ihi. included a strip of 3 been given ** ""' "* ln ""* asdter.. ot | andi ,egregled from her main authorttTlr. the 5"r" ""'' x '" e £. ***!"!?. '•""• me M uring about 8 by tt. ft. !" do they representThey represent „ wa luii of sU ,„„ i lar e an(l the u of counllew Ion. of nan an d had never grown anyedlbl. olU and fats. ton. ot poten, nulg bu bulh and crabs lnc< Hal meal lor animal feed or cr eaUon waa. The soil was that human, cocoanut milk the most mixture of sand and earth which lm dellclou o' an y "" %  k. '"el for certain trees, including cocoanut o"dW„, and !" Poor^ld^omb •"•"",""' %  < nbre lor brushana btnm uU1 ,g rlve w „ :..ted l,don oftM Scond St ">""~"". "", d w ""i "i" cnou h •*" %  !" •"" "P ol Hn at Tsmonic Sor !" IMnZ*?'" "' , ,h po cn "" Pf 00 1 "*— '• %  challenge to The) would have to rcause "' "£."' ,r m Mh nul """ '"• '"•<• """ ' land-rcsponsienrid l!, "** %  Th * w '" ul WM,e •"""* o"'' '"" "uit-traee growing coni•rold' !" M w n1 *"" " ,h ' ,urel P' e o' 'nk. lady, with the lollowwllfut waste. What an tnconing result. 11 I. now producing grully 1. the sight of a schoonti actual banana and pawpaw fruit entering our harbour laden with after some IB month, of occupa30,000 cocoanul., and other, with tion. ln time It will also produce bags of copra, cocoanut meal and —Figs (not banana) from two A War On In this connection, permit me to IM my imagination, on the aumption that crtain plenary rst place I would try to enlighten noae of my Bajan people who ere still labouring in a certain arkneu, of the hard fact that there t. a war on", as we used nat the war that commenced HI4 is still raging, both i warfare, and that the cnare of Hltlerlaii donnnalion od an end to our freedom and '• ciiiocracy is now replaced by the i vorse and i ayaa^j sra vf^ae*. naiaiiiui ins... aait-a a J.y3 danReroui ^h^, cocoanut products. We are bushes, cherries* guavaa and rttuaJto^ha^^TuSroSloS W '" ""'" <'<' "> * ,h 'oo" 0 ""'""n one tr5e e."ch. %  his band of internatlonwort „ unemployed could do. "bunabananas from a clump of TS !" ,* !" ,i ,_ . . and for foodstuffs wc could ptotwelve or more tree., and cocoaTl7mTi H,iu lo^^f^i' du ~ ourselves, aye. and sell to nut. from dwarf tree.. r ST. Tmhllloul rfrT.rt ,utl 111 * Mr %  nas But vou c "" no1 """* tnl. can be accomplished with lilCI, ih?,. h i. .w *"' cocoanut -.nd drink It. bea small .trip of wa.te ahore-land. cTbeau-n of a os wer are.,. ,orc c n do ,ou """ mX %  ood ,h ,k wh !" •• d ne with the ,n i,.,...lf o .h^ ,^i.^T I nd "" y ur "••* ,nd yo '" """ "' '""d """"a nothing but ilclnal co'lapse:"".mUer" 10,*^'** """ '"" ""* AND "^ %  "•">""•• "-"a- !" b meraonian postulate that "evil intainn the germ of it' own When 1 had %  •Mim-ti.-n." Even in the latter cocoanut i-alms planted, with innutivr. apparently the lesser things organls-'d for dealing with I tintwo evUa Ravall could inthe yield, and the produrts and in this sense disgrace, so many 400 000 ' the arae houses on the island, large houses. nany of the not \ .vhule world in the bye-products from nut and tn What What U Wanted wanted? Mainly THE WAV TO BE HAPPY-EAT From NEWELL ROGERS NEW YORK THE high cost, of eating is going lower. And the psychologists are telling Americans that if they eat more and better food they may have more pleasant personalities. Science has been exploring likes and dislikes in food. Some results: Men get more enjoyment from eating than women. Food affects us mentally and emotionally. People finicky about eating tend to be domineering, lack emotional stability but show greater ability in expressing themselves, and more self-confidence. People who eat everything are happier, better adjusted, less excitable and not so moody. SCIENTIFIC HINT to housewives — the average man gets mad and blows up about | six times a week, usually just before meals. The housewives are happy to find that steak is down from Sd. to lOd. a lb., eggs down IM. a dozen, lamb rib chops 4d. a lb Butter is also cheaper. So father is apt to be more contented these nights when he gets home from the office— especially if he can be fed quickly. A NEW electric gadget for housewives lias ,„, several attachments like a vacuum cleaner 'o u*e mv imagination, l wouln sauanec. to nave so many acres your money meantime, and ner-t r. *ia n v n —_ J > a. _n J Hew, In m* calculations planted so that I would be assured haps your lives in thTuirii?u.nuiel Psh noott and furnfture. cjlean and .md subseaueni actions, for the of a goodly stock and nucleus future. scour pans and sharpen knives. J IVC tllO wnupavini III sV'HJ a^aT as pre wa*a *.m*... HW. •. %  *• %  v.e. -* %  em.-n.lou, conflagration of her I would fed thai the island would ••MM* <" responsibility for the land aUapge Sha U filled with h^ie be getting on the way to selfJ^,. "J !" HW -1 evil SDd Ln her death throes sufficiency for the keeping of body ~SSfwSS *^ ? ^ he might well endeavour to desand soul of the population to*,"£ .^SS. T*" , r "** '^ oy he, neighbours, and with the gtther If we wee faced with ' W ch *" %  "e also provided r able to keep on with her n'vlng nul would gro quite SShr^Sf! T\ ". h "cold" vd.r u.chnk.uo. even .-happily wherwer m> cocoanut '^^ W ul *|Jnda. On a he wants in. At any moment a talms grew, ai least as o general f !" 1 '"^"f 1 "!*; this esgax.alcark might Ignittj the inflamable ""I* The Brit ah Governmenfs h-wn re 5 ard ,D J^, threatcnlaterlal lying all around und war African peanut exploit was a cost*"* Wrtrld "tuation. It is a sin of ould be upon us In the twinkling >Y **&. The nut would not "^ n ' l " or "* r-pon.ir gg| ove. row properly, u was not happy """ysomehow. According to what I If B beit.i too slapprecious and very limited but ar. which would end all wan* on happy They gr w .„* and fat willing -oil. then evil men like irth, and would her rid the New und spread about all over the Stalin wiU do ia>. even if his dire t.spensatlon, the birth panav> of place including places where wjrnng Is ignt-red until it U too %  hich have been harassing and they had no rtght to be. They dlslate. He would destroy us all as taring mankind now for almost puled the right of anything g~owdemocrats and Christiana, if' he wo scorp years. I would do this ing to get In their way as they could. vHhout spreading undue alarum, conquered new territory. Yes, I I think it was an American r nppearlng too pessimistic. 1 would have my experts discover General during the last war who juld simply be realistic and v hat made Ford's nuts happy and when told to surrender by the ould do that which the demofat. and then would proceed to enemy, replied in typical Amerirackei failed to do between 1918 organise for hundred* of tons of can dialectk—-NUT9!'* I suggest 3B — 1 would hope for the btftt Burbadian-born peanuLi. I would that the reply which Barbados ui prepare for the worst, in-sobase the calculations of the should give to the threat from %  nr as my Island home and ita inIsland's needs in the event of total Stalin, on behalf of the Caribbean •labitants were concerned. I would war at a minimum of one pound people* la—"NUTS AND FRUIT 'earn from that which happened of nuts per head per week, and TO YOU. JOE"' Let us all get %  l the island and how this little allow for 250.000 population. Yes. started that planting and cultjvjfsle was affected, during the last there might well be thousand* of tion so that we are more selfwnr. I could not learn sufficient atom-hornh refugee.hiding their sufflrient If we are overtaken by %  im that under ihe changed cirweary way lo this blessed Isle, that evil day. Up Rajahs, and eat cumstancef. hiwlng in mind the and we would have tn feed them >m' Yea. eat your very own turn-bomb age, so 1 would have somehow I would firstly le grown fruit and nuts go you save) LONDON NEWS that Sir Robert Watson-Watt, the scientist who pioneered the development of radar, is to lead a search for oil in Canada, using a new radar technique, has aroused considerable interest. But Sir Robert him self has warned that It has not yet been proved whether radar is able to penetrate the earths crust and if his theory will, in fact, succeed in taking the scientific search for oil a further stage forward. In point of fart, radar equipment has already been used by the oil men in pin pointing positions. It played an especially important part in a very extensive survey carried out shortly alter the war in the Bahamas area, where four-fifths of the area surveyed was covered by water. Indeed, the oil industry has for long utilised every scientific aid in locating potentially oilbearing subterranean rock strata, and the element of chance so far as discovery of a new petroleum deposit is concerned has been correspondingly decreased. It has been calculated that, on an average, one exploratory well out of every five drilled as a result ot geological and geophysical guidance proves productive as against only one in twenty drilled without such preliminary scientific investigation. But, despite all these extremely valuable precautions to eliminate as much risk ol lailure as possible, such risk cannot be entirely excluded. For, as yet, there is no known method, other than actual test drill ing, to put the presence or absence of oil —particularly in commercial quantities—in a new area beyond dispute. All that the scientists can do—and this in itself is of tremendous service -is to indicate underground rock beds, perhaps thousands of feet below the surface, whose composition and conformation favour the possible accumulation ol oil. As a corollary, they can also say that the type of underground rock strata precludes any possibility of oil being present. But they cannot say in so many words: "Here you will find oil!" The most they can say is "Here you may find oil!" or "Here you certainly won't." The actual "proof of the pudding" — tt*e exploratory drilling programme — is inevitably often a prolonged and exceedingly costly investigation. Thus, one company in Venezuela spent about £12 million over a ten-year period on exploration and development before it marketed a drop of oil. Another company, in Colombia,' spent £15 million over a 23-ycar period before receiving the first return on its money. And in CanaJa itself — the land where Sir Robert is n >w about to lead yet another new search for fresh oil deposits—over 100 exploratory wells had to be drilled and hundreds ot millions of dollars hazarded before the first big post-war discovery was made in Alberta, at Leduc. It is oerhaps one of the most fascinating things about this industry to an oil man that he never knows for certain when some out standing new discovery is coming. The everpresent clement of chance, and the possibil ity of eventual disappointment after endless time and capital has been sunk in an exploratory venture, makes success, when it is gained, that much more thrilling than if it were assured at the o'.itset of a project. Nevertheless, the oil industry is always striving to reduce the incidence of risk by seizing upon every new scientific advance that can be adapted to its own ends. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Gramophone Concert, British
Council : .

For the future in the distance,
And the good that I can do.





Cowt of Grand Sessions 10.00 am
B.C. Films, Westbury Infants’

Schegl 10.00 a.m
Exhibition of Painting and

Drawing at the Museum 10.00 a
Meeting. House of Assembly 3.00 p.m

8.15 p.m.

ESTABLISHED 1895



H-BOMB JOINS U.S. ARSENAL OF ATOMIC WEAPONS |

RECEIVING |

West Have Tremendous
Advantage Over Russia

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.

A Hydrogen super bomb capable of destroying whole
cities in a flash with a blast and fire has now joined the
United States arsenal of atomic weapons.

Informed sources said that is the clear meaning of the
brief official announcement issued by the Atomic Energy
Commission on Sunday in the wake of a flood of eye-
witness accounts from Eniwetok describing the world’s first

Hi bomb.

of the H-bomb
be followed shortly by even
more violent versions,

But what role the super bomb
will play in the United States
scheme of defence has yet to be
determined. That is a matter of
high policy calling for difficult
decisions. The man who will have
te make them is President-elect
Eisenhower. He undoubtedly will
get at least a preliminary briefing
on the nature of the scientific,
economic and military problems
posed by the H-bomb when he
confers with President Truman
and Administration leaders at the
White House on Tuesday.

Vivid Reports
Many individual members. of
the Task Force which conducted
this fall’s historic tests at
Eniwetok proving ground in the
Pacific wrote vivid reports in
letters of some of the H-bomb’s
incomparable blast and flame ef-
fects, Many gave November 1
as H-Day. Some hinted at more
than one hydrogen explosion.
But the Atomic Energy Com-
mission in Sunday's meagre an-
nouncement withheld all details.
A.E.C. Chairman Gordon Dean
said “any amplification might
give aid to potential enemies”
and that therefore “we will make
no further announcements,” He
also said the Commission is con-
cerned by eye witness letters.
He said investigations are under-
way which may result in discip-
linary action or prosecution for
violation of the law or security
regulations. He did not however
refute what the letter writers
wrote.
Remarkable Feat
Test programme included ex-
~ contributing to
ermo-nuclear Weapons Re-
search”. The announcement did









Underwater T'V

The British Admiralty
to-day announced they car-
ried out the first ship to
shore underwater televis-
ion transmissions from the
ocean bed one hundred feet
below HL.MLS. Reclaim to
the shore sixteen miles dis-
tant. Excellent pictures of
the ocean bed were trans-
mitted with Pye equipment
and seen clearly on the
shore.



Kingston City |

Celebrates

(From Gur Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 17.

The City of Kingston began cel-
ebration of the one hundred ana|
fiftieth anniversary of its incor-
poration on Sunday with a State)
service and march of the armed
and civil forces serving the city.
Celebrations continue to Wednes~
day when they will.end with civic
receptions and other functions.

Queen Elizabeth sent the fol-
lowing message to mark the oc-
casion: “I send my sincere con-
gratulations to the Corporation of |
Kingston and St. Andrew on thd |
one hundred and fiftieth anniver4|
sary of its incorporation. Please
convey to the Mayor, Council and |

;
Anniversary |
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citizens my best wishes on this | Playing

happy occasion.”

Governor Sir Hugh Foot,
K.C.M.G., and the Mayor, Coun-
cillor, Dr. Edward Fagan attend-
ed a religious service on Sunday
which the Bishop of Kingston, Rt.
Rev. Percival Gibson, preached.

| ithe

} engagements

Barbados

—————$—
For the cause that lacks assistance,
"Gainst the wrongs that need resis.ance,



Will H-Bomb
Announcement
Bring Truce ?

UNITED NATIONS, New York,
Noy. 17.
. United Nations observers won-
ered whether the United States
Hydrogen bomb announcemeni
would help convince the Commu-
nists that they should agree to a
Korean truce. India was expected
to imtroduce formally by mid-
week a compromise proposal
aimed at bridging the gap between
the rival Western and Russian
resolution on the Korean conflict.
Informed sources said that up to
now Russia has failed to give any
firm assurance it will go along
with the proposed compromise.
| Western powers on the other hand
jare understood to have gone quite
}far toward acceptance of the basic
|points of India’s proposal. Ob-
;servers here believed the United
States H-bomb development giving
the West the weapons advantage
|it lost when Russia matched its
itom bomb might impel the Krem-
lin to help end the Korean war
;and lessen the immediate danger
of a third global conflict, Only
| Byelo, Russia and Peru were on
list to speak today as
| General Assembly’s main Political
Committee resumed its slow mov-
ing Korean debate at 10.30 a.m
| E.S.T.— OP.



Negro Singer To

Drummer
LONDON, Nov. 17. |
United States negro singer
Pearl Bailey saiq gooking will

come before her career after she
marries white jazz drummer
Louis Bellson Jnr. here on Wed-)
nesday.

“I love him” Pearl said and
that summed up the couple's re-

action to objections to mixed;
marriage voiced by Bellson’s |
father Louis Bellson, snr. in

the ]

Wed White



TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1952

Sniper Ridge

A heavy Communi
leashed on Ridge

SEOUL, Nov. 17.

ariillery bombardment was un-

Sniper Ridge’ as a 24-hour lull in the bloody
battie of Kumswa Ridge came to an abrupt halt.

Uniteu

Press correspondent Victof Kendrick reported from the
central front that Red shelling began at nae :

He said it was still comtinuing
at 6 p.m, alt the rate of more than
1,100 rounds per hour. More tha,
8,000 pounds crashed into the Re
puble of Korea position on “Pir
point Hill” and Finger Ridge dur-
mg a seven-hour period.

nited States observers
while teld Kendrick that the
movement of Chinese troops
on “The Yoke” the Communist-
held finger on “Sniper Ridge” in-
dicated the possibility of renewec
Communist attempts to drive
Roks from their strategic positions

U.N. artillery fired a thundering
barrage of counter battery fire it
an attempt to knock out Red bit
guns and mortars hidden an toW
ering Papa-San Mountain and tt
the maze of gullies and ridges sur-
rounding the huge hill mass. Be
| fore Chinese launched. their aE
lery barrage a running battlé for
| control of the vital Kumswa Ridge
one of the classic engagements of
}the Korean war had reached its
| first lull in more than 30 days.



4

Mr, T. Harold Cooper, retiree

Vice-President of Canadian

tional Railways, Canadian Na-
tional Steamships and Comp-
troller of Trams-Canada Air

business conditions in Canad®
were very good indeed, and add-
ed that total production in badk
commodities and

high records.



Moline lLllinois. Miss Bailey, 34
said she planned to turn down
while Bellson was
with Duke Ellington’s
band so she could devote herself
fulltime to being a housewife.
She told friends she planned to

cook meals and they might ew | ore all guests at the Ocean Vievr
Hotel. .

an apartment in Queen’s, New
York City. It will be the fourth

marriage for Miss Bailey and. the) igik.-aye@ a nad a-ovas ;
promising as new sources of na-

first for Bellson, 28, celebrated
as the first man to play two bass

He arrived here recently by
the Lady Rodney on its last
voyage from Canada for a holi-
day, accompanied by Mr. Duncan
Cc. Grant also a retired Vige-
President of Canadian National
Railways and Mrs, Grant, They

Mr. Cooper said that the

tional wealth were wuneoveréd,

mean-§

industrial out-f
put was constantly reaching new

Snow and sleet halted major
actions elsewhere along the 195-
wnile batilefront. Along the Western ;
rent the temperature dropped to
2. degrees Fahrerheit-during the
Night and rose only to 47 in the
daytime, forcing infantrymen on
»both sides into bunkers.
"In the air medium B29 Super-
torts flew through a solid overcast
Sunday, to bomb three Commu-
nist troop and supply centres deep
1 North Kerea, A 40-acre area of
buildings and piles of supplies
vere bombed at Hoechang east of
Pyongang, while other bombers |
vit Chindan-Ton near Sinmak |

,One lone bomber attacked Ky-
ompio steel mill now used as a|

ommunist storage area, Fighter
bombers concentrated attacks at
_the extreme eastern and western
‘ends of the front Sunday. F386
| Sabrejets patrolled between
Shoengehon and Yalu Rivers but
cighted no Red MIG fighters
: —UP.

oe





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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall freq Craringte: AT
Totsi Raintar ae
Highest 7
owest T 725
Wind Veloc 10 miles per hour
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3 p.m.) 29.788

TO-DAY



Sur
Moon
Lighting

High Tide
Low Tide

New, Novembe; 17
6.00 p.m
4.22 oo inom

9.57 at 6.52 pny



PRIZE



Mr, Garry Hoppin received ~

a radio from The Very Rev.
Dean Hazlewood at the Esso
Servicenter, Barbarees Hill,
yesterday evening. Mr. Hop-
pin was among the first 72
customers at the Station.
Mr. P. G. Steward, owner of
the Servicenter, is in the
background. :

Fowl Thief |
Must Serve
Six Months

Belgrave of Grazettes, St, Michaci
will serve six months’ imprison-



ment with hard labour. He ap
peared before Their Honours in
Appea

yesterday on a charge of stealing

Anchorage on Sunday but caught
no sight of planes in the bushy
country,

eer ene eran enna nine ce tent

Plane Crashes
Kill Lighty

NEW YORK, Nev. 17.
series of airplane crashes in
East stood af more than 80
persons dead or missing. Air Rescue Foregg said 15 planes
were ready to make a fresh start today if the search for
C78 “Fly sng Boxcar” missing in Alaska with 20 men
bbe ard m\ ie

The foree scanned 100,000-
iquare miles of wilderness near



The toll from the tragic
North America and the Far

Sheep Stealer
Jailed For

Air Force officers clung
to the hope that a faint but steady
radio signal picked up shortly
after midnight. at Bhmondore air
base came from the missing plane.

{ves Assistant’ Court of

12 Months —

say that the Task Force had per-
j formed a “remarkable feat” and

In the Korean area alone two
* crashes left a toll of at least

drums at once,—U.P.





electrical energy made available, F ‘nine fowls the property of Elm:











cent by reason of insanity at her living as measured by the. offi- into a craggy hill Their Honours




Trinidad

: aad hi 7 " > cour hat on the night of thus confirmed
* : " rs ‘ row ch . Se or f y . 2 : me Family the decision of His Worst fr.
Judge said he agreed with the Roger Brown, head of Brown sho a fractional decrease in j September 5 while in her house ‘ : acum lic 7 orship Nir

snuffed Magistrate

civilian air tragedy

'Hoyte of Black Ro on Septem-

Cat Map selenties in charge were Innocent Of Murder | ber 5 X ee ee servicemen dead or missing. An Their Honours Mr, H. A.
satisfied with the results. But 2 ag M. Tr t — r | By doing this, Their Honours}Ai* Foree C46 plunged into the} Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H
skimpy as the announcement was Beca Of Insanit Mr. truman Ge s | 2 , Mr. HAROLD COOPER confirmed the decision of His| seo off the Korean east coast late | Hanschell in the Assistant Court
a tow ton oie intocmey, se " y O . | ’ }Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting oneart night and rescue teams < Agaae pay sonapuced
ew that “Thermo-nuclear ae ‘ "i | . : ‘ Police Magistrate of Dist “a/;picked up only seven survivors. | 22-year-o abourer Deanzi
Weapons” is scientific argot for, VERNON, British Columbia, $40,000 Offer and the Labour tones scquited | Belgrave | appealed at the bur| Eleven other passengers are pre-|Phorpe of Britton’s Hill, St. Mi-
“H-bombs”. —OP. Ingrid Seeburg, 22 Latvian WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. ductivity. The country was mov- | @gainst Mr, Griffith's decision,| sumed aead. ; a chael to 12 months’ imprisonment
immigrant accused of killing her| A New York recording ¢cgm- ing up into the Big League with Mr. C. S. Husbands appeared for bg ES anton ee 00 Ba Ares —_. bare labour for stealing two
Ly . — 1l-month old mentally retarded| pany Monday offered President great strides, \the defendant while Sgt. EB, King ae tof the, summer sannduauey Ww Pp the property of Clifford
u ites OV daughter by feeding her with| Truman $40,000 for one ‘hour's Fractional Decrease |presecuted tor the Police in the me oF ae i ha nodal pr jy along sometime between
‘ae, poisoned milk was found imno-| Work after January 20. All the With regard t ie cost of \Court of Appeal. aris Jai etary Io ated ugust 10 endl, August i this

\ ft : President has to do is play four | Elma Hoyte of Black Rock told| #â„¢@ay when ; ! year,

of the all male jury | Records Co, suggested in a letter she heard a noise in her yard and A

The November meeting of the finding i . ‘ } each of the last six months. ! \ ng » yard saw ut five lives near Dalhart, Texas, | of District “B’’. Thorpe appealed
B.T.C. ended on Saturday. and ee een ir ‘ ar aed TRtlosouri Walt ar eBlack {; Some reduction in corporate and Agta ly pa Hg aes A last night and two other wide-| against Mr. Walwyn's dabision
several visitors who had come | before eon ; aid “th va ld | Hawk Waltz,” “Beautiful Ohio,” personal income taxes was alsOit, have something in it. She|spread crashes killed three ser-| and was yesterday ordered to pay
tg A aoe een meee died of Graniae. aotnaing Aven | and one other tune of your choice ! possible a al budget) shout d after the man. vieemen. Authorities at Dalbart|the costs of appeal! which
on Sunday n . C - hg "ge ‘ a . ¢ was adopted., An early genera She inspected the per the [believed that four of the victims | amounted to 9/-.

Bennett official bel ig hy eine Manfred ‘Seaburg | the ‘solcnie Basar aan. could be election was a probability but] yard and er. that gine of her @ On Pace 6 | @ on page 6
Vincent Brown, Trinidad Steward,|also died from cyanide poisoning | paid directly to Mr, Truman or to} not before the Coronation, |fowls were missing. On Septem- we

Asked to comment on the|per 6 she went to the Black Rock
withdrawal from service of th@/ Police Station and saw 12 dead
two “Lady” ships, he said, speak-/{gwls, Nine of the fowls were
ing im a personal capacity, that|/pers and she identified them

taken in champagne in an alleged! any cause of his choosing” not |
suicide pact with the woman. }excluding the Democratic Party 8|
—U.P. | campaign of 1956.—U.P. |

Dr. Cyril Gittens, Mr. Jack
Procope, Mr, and Mrs, Alex Chin
and Mrs. Errol Burnett.





i —————— :
: it was a matter for regret but|the Police.
e f : t He he thought the company had no| Police Constable Warner said
r r j that while coming from Shot Hall
e e ousing xpe S ’ e 2 Mr. DUNCAN GRANT @ On Page 6 beach he arrested the defendant
in connection with the larceny of



a turkey, After the arrest the

s 7 i » ¢£ L 2, 4
out a similar scheme and add&d defendant carried him to a cane

My. Donald Hanson and .Mr. ;families build their own homes

Four Persons Freeze

Hector Garcia, the two low cost | with Government help in the form that since it worked successfui field at Grazettes, where he
housing experts assigned to the |of supervision and financing. | there and in Puerto Rico, there e showed him a bag which con-
Caribbean Commission under the The services of Mr. Hanson and| was no reason why it should not To Death In Blizzard tained 12 fowls. He carried the

be successful here so jong as the
people had need for homes.
Speaking of the project in Suri-
nam they said that 400 families had
indicated their desire to partici-
pate in the scheme. After discus-

fowls to the Black Rock Station
where nipre
Elma Eoyte

Point Four of the U.S. | Mr. Gracia have already been ac-

quired by the Government of identified by
Barbados and they will spend
about eight days here making pre-

liminary investigations before re-

|
State Department to assist coun- were
tries served by the Cauniehe. CHICAGO, Nov. 17.
are now in Barbados to explore SALIFORNIANS g “ izzard 4 j ;
the possibilities of developing a @ NIANS dug out from the week-end blizzard!}49/- FOR WOUNDING
They arrived on Sunday night

that saw four persons freeze to death and workmen clear-| - ee
n e



h; ‘ . .
self-help scheme. ee teehee *\ sion of the policy on design and| ed wreckage from the tornado that. levelled the business yestenday ten a anes
by B.W.1.A. and are guests at the hey told the Advocate yester- cost of the housing to be construct- section of a small Missouri country town. Rain soaked firmed the decision of H
Ocean View Hotel. day that they spent three months ed, a team of five persons was the bone dry corn belt Sunday but rains and whipping! Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Policé

Under this self-help scheme,/in Surinam where they carried | selected comprising three govern-] winds were dying down to-day as they moved eastward.| Magistrate of District “B" whi

ment social workers an engine®r
and a constfuction foreman.

The initial project as finally
agreed upon, called for the con-

nposed a fine of 40/- to be paid |
in 14 days or one month's im~ |
'prisonment with hard labour on
#0-year-old William Thompson}

Twisters and heavy windg whis--~——
led through Southern California
while snow piled up in the north-
ern section of the state. Wind-



Threats Against

struction of 50 houses in succes- ini cleias . ; , Pri \ior wounding Police Constable!
storms caused numerous traffic ac- ncess garet :

sive groups, the first group to 5 ad iar ah tar 281 Cumberbatch on his head
total 18. cidents, sent two mavy fighter with a bucket on Septemby 10

pilots to their
up property.
Three small children were founa
huddled together and. frozen to
death in a jeep Saturday and
\their grandfather who ran the
vehicle off a mountain road was

ame and Tippee Sgt. Alleyne attached to Centra!)

|
!
Reporte
t d | Police Station who prosecuted on |
LONDON, Nov. 16. j|behalf of the Police gave notice!
Two British news agencies re-| of appeal.
ported that police are watching | Police Constable Cumberbatch
for the American doctor said to, of Central Police Station told the
have threatened Princess Mar-!|court that on September 10 he
found farther up the road. It was; garet, However Scotland Yard) helped in carrying the defendan'
believed he suffered a heart at-'and the British Home Office said | who was a prisoner, to the coll a
tack while trying to get help jthey knew nothing about the;the defendant had made an at-)
Wind, Kain, Hail matter, ‘tempt to escape. On reaching the}
The children ranging in Spokesmen also denied knowl-‘cell the defendant picked up a
any special instructions | bucket and bit him

Screening of the 400 families to
determine the 18 which would
make up the first group was ac-
complished by the Social Affairs
Department in the first half of
September. In the meantime the
model house had been constructed
by skilled workmen on « site im-
mediately opposite that of the
first group and actual construc-
tion started on September 15.

At present they were clearing sam

with It on hi











, '- . » edge of
land for approximately 150 more cemeaiveds eal years | weer |to seaport and airport detectives | tvead.
a expert. inted out that|t? Ris home for a visit while !t@ hold an uflidentified Ameri-| He went to the General Hospital
x S pointed ou a . oe : mg in » trie ‘aa as >
heads of all the 18 families select-|*heix mother gave birth to a fourth ee en mee es
ed had full time jobs and it was{ohild. The tornado destroyed most |" Now. agencies, Press Associa-|
: a 8 ocla~ yr. Tt
necessary to arrange a work ~ the B cman: gl Hopkin," | tion and the Exchange Telegraph New Typhoon j
schedule to fit the circumstance. t eal Ms tiv veeinial S ne |said the American made threats
They also said that the mechanical oak ze Ree ye in pm a letter to a British ac- West Of Guam
equipment such as block-making}|™e 4° ie ¥ oh a £2im | quaintance and repeated them in) ie iid
machines, a circular saw, a wood and hail. he Wes oast storm ithe US. cP) | MANILA, Nov. 17.
planer and a cement mixer had oo was ea as two storms ¢ new Epcits typhoon with 0
been made from scrap matérial by with a “one two punch in- ‘ mile winds déveloped vest of?
S seek: Maaakedon I D3 reetty epoenn ie numerous Sugar Agreement Gam and ia heading for north-
Although Surinam was the first ramfic deaths anc the crash ol a} 4 jern Luzon the feather Bure:
country to start a self-help housing mery plane a at two co" } Expected This Week eens tation said ieee
programme with ir 1 © twisters ripped acro: ol- 1e typ 100n named armen
: : ea : ches aa Met on. lywood, California and %100,000 Ap eselsini ore Correspondent) [wae located 570 miles northwest
2s wt ae a “{ damage was apart ‘ res Agreement is expected to be of Guam early on Monday mov-
jested their services and they ome i AE a ay ca reached this week between Em-|ing aan at 16 aia an vocal
sd already been active in assist-| Chooe cet cos : ae oad sor, re Sugar repeesentatives andj; Meanwhile belated reports |
ng Jamaica to adopt the self-| oo tae was Metta RA cee he Food Ministry on the price ta}from Batanes Islang north
help method for use in develop- oral ra ne vattered and spiN~ | he paid for the 1953 crop. A meet-|Luzon said Typhoon Be cau
ng its extensive housing pro- m4 rm ” ae % i eae aes ae been arranged forjheavy damage to crops, house
: : gramme. Re] swep Q eS ednesday afternoon. le . sunication cilitic '
MR. DONALD HANSON (left) and Mr. Hector Garcia (right), two - aha eonnection, they accom Balboa and Nev ort! The Food Mini ies are still ban-| Beta: oe in t Thi e ny ; r f
U.S. housing experts assigned to the Caribbean Commission are :een fie te ee po harbour. leavin brok trees athe Acute ubtnitted Ee thes = = é = / 1 aay. J i
here on a tour of the Bay Estate Housing Scheme with Mr. G. 0 , Xl oofs and television sates in, Emvit segreashiatives -tlevom o186 ot i ne nofficiall
Lashley, Secretary of the Housing Board @ On Page 6 1th—U.P h +h beni wtuden a oust | hortl ' S alti were
’


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1952

PAGE TWO

—

~ Cais Calling

ry CIRCUS is coming to town,

BARBADOS ADVOCAYE

ALL EYES ARE ON PRINCESS’



— CE

GOWN |















Painful cramps of “Monthly Pericds” stopped
or amazingly relieved —\
\ In 3 out of 4 cases in doctors’ own tests!

Pe w
| omen who on the uterus — without the
i wgiet tron Ceedteanin

he STARS. .:



aie casa) ’








we fOSTT, ON ” LOOK in the section in whieh
6th, Phen ‘the Rockley golfers will irthday comes und find. what. Son see Of pain-deadening drugs!
pres nad | ol ook Ja, according to the. stare ally-caused eB ye
fabulbus foolishness on watery OR TUESDAY, NOVEMOER 18, tone | menstruation — who feel the millions of women and
you Want fo call it at the Paradise ’ es" * me | upset and Irritable on cer- Whom it has benefited.
. " . it how about you? Do you
Reack Club. Last time in Jap MABOH %) to APRIL © (Arion | tain oon ten, days” — know what it may do for you?
. 1. thene same golfers put rn your snet you can mak> @ com. may often be suffering Take Lydte Pinkham’'s
on a Wild west show at the Crane, i cae are wow ay teen quite unnecessarily! a ae ae Sees Ak
which about 1.200 Islanders st) others’ intell gence end rghts, youl Such is the conclusion ieee the. putas oxi wesieens k
about. It was the most ochieve , —— + doctors = “those days”! oe if you me
} t 1 in be don er ore ani
s veh Re ty a i in APRIL t to MAY to (Taurus) ve Compound gave during your period! VVVV an
r. This me the she pelving you foresight and abtiw t& complete or striking relief Get either Lydia Pinkham’s BAAARREEY
on it giveus atmosphere and perceive openings you should show from such distress in 3 out Compound. or new, improved Lydia Pinkham’s
1 howd be at least a thousand tag Pitch in earnestly and stick t of 4 of the cases tested! Tablets, with cosas weal Meee quieting
clow Fpreback riders, make Yes! Medical evidence shows fuuties™ tnd other functional’ utertne Bohireee
ehoarmers wilt enimal tamers MAY @ to JUNE @ (Geminid Lydia Pinkham's thoroughly distress of “change of life”. tions (see chart)
me men fat women, living memsage is “full speed ahead!” if vou Modern in action. It exerts you'll find Lydia Pinkham’s - which oftencause
‘ . ave checked facts and method. Vital | ® remarkably caiming effect wonderful for that, toot * menstrual pain/

roblems Will be solved. Avo.d slack.

news.

JUNE & te JULY 2 (Cancer) —Be on
ne side or the other definitely, Non-
committal attitude won't do. Cheerfury
‘ € = your day, and much of it will smile
ae

neh making meri

skeletor and
ynd the dance floor

he «ands
t night

toting Governor Visiting



GLOBE Opening FRIDAY






IS & XCBLLENCY the Acting
i i Gevernor, Hon, R. N, Tur-
ner, visited the Police Wireless JULY M to AUGUST & (Leot—Use . “agS , sais
trol Station at Castle Grant tune concer A dealing with children, '
se: ot u he less fortinate, the ederiy, Groom
erday He was accompanied is .0r & Variety of things and notning a HE IMMORTAL MUSKETEERS IN THE MOST
by Captain W. H. Armstrong, his Jah ee ae 7;



A.D.¢
Luter ix (ye day, His Rxecellency
ited the detachment of Police
at District “F” Station. On e¢ach
oeeasion, he was met by Colonel
rR. T. Michelin, Commissioner of

Police



AUGUST i to SEPTEMBER 8 (CV ee)
st-pedas houderng tondenc.eg
anxiety You ave clever, have absuaty
to study, retain Knowledge, judge others,
Get busy,

SPECTACULAR ADVENTURE OF ALL!

eS

ee Pre NAMES Se Ses Gout Se See Princess
Margaret Rose is displayed as she walks past a group of young women
on her arrival at a benefit dance for a London housing project. So
engrossed were some in the chic evening dress that they didn’t quite

SEPTEMBER %& te OCTOBER
(Libra)—Don't jeopardize fine returns b:
laxness or moodiness, to-de,"s tempte’



i pb tlre bes Be tb veil bi Lobe M
Trinided Medico isvouts home, yomaree "SS YM” @o-tull justice with their curtsies as she passed, (International)
»R MICHAEL BEAUBRUN, ,OcrousR “ te NOVEMBER *
+ of the stafY of the Colonial ( Vo BAS anes mnn-asoenitents this imicy
Trinidad, wa Ti etal tere Scare teal LISTENING HOURS

fental Hospital,

passenger to St favoured. F.M. boosts socials, personal

’ ntransit
an intransl affairs TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 10% Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Tchaikovsky, 8.45

\ J Saturday
I ia by B.W.LA, on Sa nw 1 104.00 pom. %.03M p.m. Report from Britain, 9 p.m. From
He will spend two weeks’ hol - NOVEMBER @ te DECEMBER B OU se the Third Programme, 10 p.m. The
his father and (Sagitiarius)—Don't bank on others to 4pm. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily News, 10.10 p.m, From the Editorials,



day there with
mother,. Mr. E. A. Beaubrun,
former © Controller of Supplies
here, and Mrs. Beaubrun,

assist. If you want something done, service, 4.15 pm. Norma, 445 p.m. 10.15 p.m. Wynford Vaughan Thomas
do it yourself where you can. HoOW~ Interlude, 5 p.m, Tehaikovsky, §.15 p.m. Talking, 10.30 p.m. Spearheads of the

COL. ERIC BEADON, Commissioner of Police, Trinidad, Mrs. Beadon = ever, be patient with less able. They Listeners’ Choice, 5.46 p.m. Think on Jet Age
and their two children who were intransit on their way home from â„¢*" improve these Things
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oo ote, with her daughter. bury Road, left yesterday morn- Jamaica where he will attend a execution. ‘Aspects favourable in most !—'@9® Pam. SEEM, 48-TEM by M. Harrison-Gray 4 | produced by WALTER WANGER and EUGENE FRENKE - Directed by
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firm of J. A, G, D’Oliveira and Mr. Brunner carried out a Gelfite at Southampton. in Canada—“to see life in the arch, which, it is expected will] { covered by West and ruffed i DELIAH aie eo rN nie FREIDA
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of-Spain, Trinitiad, arrived on and will visit San Juan, Puerto mer Marjorie McKenzie, daughter as a “roughneck” on an Alberta Also in the Thames will be the} } gouia then be ruffed with § | nT =
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ME D'Qliveira will also take Puerto Rico, ; : three years ago. She expects to he rode a “bucking bronco” in ~ Pheir Coronation cruise, after a | ° ° | Warner's Giant Warners Action Hit! | TLL GET YOU
the opportunity to discuss busi- Back To St. Lucia be here for about eight months Calgary, stayed on for four <€c- four-day break in the Thames, will Talking Point } Laugh Hit! “RATON PASS” F My
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Born} Bay Rum Company, A® poteratey Peoeemen, co On Business was knocked unconscious after There will be two “floating col-| fifty is the youth of old age. BEANSTALK” | vont e Coun and”
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‘ = ; same plane was Mr. Richard R. ARTHUR } » an : Bud Lou Wed. & Thurs: HOODED
Marshall -<@t the Aquatic Guest ‘ -_ oe rector of Advertising, Re- —LES. dotks. : pee Sw * * Abbott :-: Cospello 4.30 & 8.30 p.m. HORSEMEN
House. 42 nie Boulay, son of Mr. Andre ‘ “en yee ' The Swedish-Lioyd flag-ship | Life must be measured by WextAlbaction | PAINTING the
we ie ‘ Boulay, Planter of Castries, St. diffusion, Ltd. my nee mm psies al Patricia, with room for more than| thought and action, not by a Kiss INTHE CLOUDS WITH Lek
Alliance Francaise m ee Soe cn Pridey. tight lyr BWIA Talking Points 400 passengers, is expected to berth | time.—Sir John Lubbock, A pe aBE] Dennis viceuia |-. 4.08 a B:s0 pm.
7 a rT. du olay spent two See ee ee ae ¢ in the West India dock. * e * Jane Davi MORGAN : MAYO 3
HE monthly meeting of the Weeks’ holiday in Port-of-Spain, from Jamaica On 2 business visit. To me old age is always 15 At Millwall Dock will be the} Everywhere in life the true eee Be ey “| Kiss TOMORROW ee eae
a ’ A Trinidad He expects to be here for one . ider tha: : . | . 3 BUCK ROGERS
"Alliance-Franceise. will be inidad. : : eck adel is be aeatt Ot -tne Hoel| See mi cra I 3 . 4.600-ton Britannia, with ” pas-; question is not what we gain Humphrey BOGART J GOUREES ® tarry Gunter Critbe
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held $n Thursday, November 20th For Musical Studies Ss ward Baruc sengers from Gothenburg.-LES. | but what we do—Carlyle. 7 Sn ei| CAGNEY PAYTON | Frid. @ Sal 40 @
at &.15 p.m. at the British Council. R. LIVINGSTONE SEARLES Mr, Mathers is visiting the var!- lied ie auseaannas pecial 1. ~ rants. Spelial 8.30 pum.
A very amusing French play will of Endeavour, St. James. ous stations in the Caribbean | STAMPEDE 1,30 p.m. Sensational _ Police
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~COLONIALS WILL MEET M.P’s

Get-Together
Evenings
Planned

< LONDON.
Colonial. visitors to London,
! particularly students, are wel-

coming an opportunity to meet
Government Ministers, M.P’s and
others actively connected with
Commorwealth and Colonial
affairs.

The London Young Conserva-
tives Association
series of “get-together” evenings
to which they will be invited.

At a retent meeting of 200 cqn-
servatives and their overseas
guests, Conservative M.P’s
showed they were equally inter-
ested in meeting the Common-
wealth representatives.

At the reception, held in the
Mayfair home of Sir Wavell and
Lady Wakefield the M.P’s present
included Lord Munster, the Par-
liamentary Under-Secretary of
State for the Colonies; Mr. Dodds
Parker, Chairman of the Imperial
Affairs Committee of the Conser-
vative Party; Captain R, E. Ryder,

V.C., Vice-Chairman; Mr. A. E,
Baldwin, Chairman of the East
African sub-committee of the

Conservative Party; Mr. C. J. M.
Alport, Mr. E. Partridge.

Lord Munster, the Guest of
Honour, represented Mr. Lyttel-
ton, the Colonial Secretary, whose
absenee in Kenya prevented him
attending. Lord Munster set the
keynote for the occasion.

In a speech to the guests, he
said that he was pleased to be at
the reception and to meet people
from so many different territories.
He hoped that the occasion would
mark the beginning of lasting
friendship amongst those meeting
for the first time,

Success of the evening can be
gauged by comments from stu-
dents, They expressed the hope
that there would be more oppor=
tunities of this kind. One of them
—an economics student from
Nigeria—thought that such meet-
ings went “a long way towards
making overseas students feel at
home in Britain.”

This was the second wf such
meetings; the first was held last
year. It is now hoped that they
will take place two or three times
each year. The vice-chairman of
the London Young Conservatives,
Mr. Robert Vigars, said, “We aré
very interested in contacting over-
jceas_ students and helping them
to settle down here.”

—L.E.S.



Overhaul
Of Accounting
Needed

LONDON Nov.5.

British investors in many Em-
pire companies are finding that
they are getting even less in-
formation from the directors than
they do from the boards of
comparable British concerns,
writes Ernest Eve of the London
Evening Standard to-day.

This is due to the fact that ac-
counting requirements in most
Commonwealth countries are far
jess stringent than they are here.

Take the case of Atkinson-
Oates, South Africa’s largest car
distributors. The accounts of this
company are more informative
than most, but are nevertheless
marred by the absence of a con-
solidated profit and loss account.

As a result of this omission
shareholders must delve into all
the small print to get a_ true
picture of the company’s trading
experience during the past year.

If they skip the small print
they will miss one vital point —
that the dividends from the sub-
sidiaries, amounting to £367,940,
represent the whole of the sub-
sidiaries profits for the year and
not part as might be inferred at
first sight,

It is probably too much to
expect the Empire countries to
copy our Companies Act of 1948
to the last detail, but it would
be to everyone’s advantage to
bring all accounting practice
more into line with the British
system.

Otherwise it may not be too
easy in the future to keep the
flow of investment going between
this country and the Common-
wealth.

—L.E.S.

is arranging a,

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THE LORD MAYOR’S COACH, with the New Lord Mayor Rupert De La Bere inside passes down Nor
folk Street outside the offices of the West India Committee during the procession through the City of

London last Monday.

Inside the West India Committee building

representatives of

Empire sugar

growers were discussing the price formula for the 1953 sugar crop prior to their Meeting with the

- Exchange
Of Teacher's

LONDON, Nov. 10.

One hundred and ten United
Kingdom teachers will be at
schools throughout the Common-
wealth during 1953 under the
Empire teachers’ exchange
scheme, Fifty-five have already
gone to Canada, 15 are in South
Africa, four in Southern Rhode-
sia and 36 are about to leave for
New Zealand and Australia.

During the weekend, 10
teachers going to New Zealand
and 26 others who are to spend

a year in Australia attended a
conference in London, at which
they heard informative lectures

on many aspects of life in the

two Dominions.
They
New

were addressed by the
Zealand and Australian
High Commissioners in London,
Mr. F. W. Doidge, and Sir
Thomas White, later saw films
and then split into two groups
for a series of lectures on the
political, cultural, educational
and economic life of both coun-
tries.

Organized by the League of
the British Commonwealth and
Empire, ye exchange scheme
‘has existed, except for a break

during World War II, since 191%.
By the end of this year, almost
3,000 Commonwealth teachers wil!
have spent a year on exchange
in Britain and Northern Ireland
and the same number from the
United Kingdom have been over-
seas,

“New Zealand
creasingly popular
Kingdom applicants,” said the
League’s Director, Mr. W. J.
\Rood, today. “Because of ship-
ping difficulties, the number ex-
changed with New Zealand has
had to be limited to 10 since the
war. We could exchange more
than double that number.”

Mr. Rood said there had been
a fall in appligations for Aus-
tralia for 1953.. With no limit in

is becoming in-
with United

force, between 30 and 40
normally passed between the
two countries; this year there

were only 26. ‘
“There is also a growing dis-
inclination among British teachers



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Food Ministry, Some of the delegates may be seen looking from the windows.

Big Commonwealth

Section At B.LF.

LONDON.

The Commonwealth Section at the “Coronation” Brit-
ish Industries Fair next May will be the largest in its
history. Dominions and colonies are taking more stand
space—a record total of 9,200 square feet as against 7,500

at this year’s Fair. ’

Preliminary plans for the Sec-
tion were discussed in London
recently at a meeting of rep-
resentatives of the Common-
wealth exhibitors. A nuniber of
these representatives commented
on the highly successful returns
from the Fair in recent years.
West Indies representatives spoke
of business inquiries “from all
over the world” which had re-
sulted directly fromthe Fair.

Only colonial contributor to the
Commonwealth section in recent
years not taking part next year
is Nigeria,

Gold Coast, Sierra Leone,
Northern and Southern. Rhodesia,
Hong Kong, Malaya, Cyprus,
Malta, Trinidad, Barbados, Brit-
ish Guiana, Grenada, St. Vincent,
St. Lucia and Dominica are all

to be represented at the Corona-

tion Fair, West Indies Sea Island
Cotton Association will again
have a stand.

The Commonwealth
likely to be more attractively
laid out next year, and to give
visitors better opportunities for
examining the stands.

Details have yet to be worked
out, but the plan is to have Com-
monwealth stands around a wide
inner court, In that court a cen-
tral display with a Coronation
theme may be staged.

section is

Gold Coast, which has taken
more space this year, plans to
concentrate on an_ industrial

theme in her stand. This will in-
clude a model of the port to be

built at Tema—part of the sup-
parting schemes for the great
£100m,. trans-Volta hydro-elec-

tric project,
Special arrangements are to bé

made for parties of schcol chil-
dren visiting the Commonwealth
exhibits. It was stressed at the

meeting of Commonwealth exhibi-
tors that with increasing atten-
tion to Colonial affairs being paid
in schools throughout Britain the

to go to South Africa”, he Fair provides the chance of 4
added. worth-while “live geography
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LONDON, Novy, 8.

The Colonial Loans Bill, th
text of which was published yes-
terday, amends the Coloniz
Loans Act, 1949, under which the
Treasury was authorised to
guorantee loans made to Colonia!
Governments by the I[nterna-
tional Bank.

“he original Act doer not cove
luats to Government coush
for'two or more territories,

an authority such as the
African High Commission pro-
viding or administering common

services for two or more Colonial

. territories. The 1949 Act also left
room for doubt about the powe:
of the Treasury to guarante

loans to Governments of Colonia!
territories which enjoy a large
measure of responsible Govern-

ment, such as the proposed Cen-
tral African Federation will be.
The new Bill will make good

these omissions, and, at the same
times provide for increasing the
maximum amount of the guaran-
tees from £50,000,000 to 2£100,-
000,000,

As the International Bank nor-
mally requires repayments of
principal, interests and other

charges in nalf-yearly instalments,
the government has decided that
sinking fund¥y sre unnecessary,
e Act of 1949 will be amend-
ed accordingly, ; —L.ES.,

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From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Nov. 17.
The West Indian Court of Ap-

peal due to sit here on Thursday

with a bench comprising the
Chief Justices of Barbados Si
Allan Collymore, Trinidad Mr
J. L. M. Perez and the Wind-
wards and Leewards Donald

Jackson, will hear two eases, one
being the appeal of Bankers and
Traders Insurance Company,
Limited of Australia against th«
decision handed down last Janu-
ary 25 by Mr, Justice R. J. Man-
ning declaring that the loss of
house and furniture owned by
Dunstan Cromwell, local civil
servant, when it was destroyed by
fire on March 6 last year war
covered by the said Company.

The property was insured fot
£500,

The argument in the Origina!
Court turned_on whether ‘or not
a state of civil commotion existed
in Woburn area at the material
time and the trial judge said he
was willing to infer from the evi-
dence that “all subversive ten-
deficies due to the existence of the
civil commotion had died down
in this part of the island after
February 24” and found ‘that the
“fire to the plaintiff's house wa
unconnected in any way with the
civil commotion and it was in-
dependent of any abnormal con-
ditions arising from. the civil
commotion,”

Mr. Gairy Pays
The Fine

(From Our Own Correspondent)



GRENADA, Nov. 17.
His $48 magistrates court fine
imposed for the use of threaten-
ing language against Louls
Strauss, English planter, here
was paid near the deadline at
midday on Saturday to stall a

month's imprisonment alternative
for Hon, Eric Gairy. A matter of
hours later at a marketsquare
meeting he backed down on the
earlier declaration of his refusal
to “pay one damned cent” ex-
plaining that he did not choose to
go to jail in view of “embarrassing

questions and motions” in his
name for the Legislative Council
meeting on Wednesday.

Among the motions is one

urging the sending out of a Royal
Commission for a general probe
of economic and social conditions
n the colony as well as rela-
tions with Government and peo-
ple which he describes as “re-
mote” ami betweeh employers
ind employees.

MIDDLE EAST
DEFENCE PLANS
PROGRESSING

By HAROLD GUARD

LONDON, Nov.
has been sufficient evi-
during the past week to
the conclusion here, that
Western powers are progressing
in plans for the defence of the
Mediterranean and Middle East
with special emphasis on Turkey
ind Spain.

There appears



17,
There

dence

prompt

no doubt that
consultations are being held be-
tween Britain and the U.N. on
one hand and the Governments
of Arab states on the other, Sir

Brian Robertson Commander-in®
Chief of the British Middle East
land forces was reported from




Beirut to have seen the Lebanese
Prime Minister and Foreign Min-
ister,

The delegation visiting Leba-
non was scheduled to return
home last week but postponed

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Twesday, November 18, 1952
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electors short passage of years
political stz ty is less easy to attain and
unless there is a permanent civil service
staffed by experienced administrators
with continuous service the administra-
tion of a country becomes very difficult

and at times impossible,

Barbados is not a self-governing coun-
try and its administration is being con-
ducted on an experimental system under
which the function of government
shared and the civil service is subject to
frequent changes of- leadership. Final
responsibility for the good government of
Barbados still rests with the British Par-
liament through the Secretary of State
for the Colonies.

The Secretary of State’s authority is
largely delegated to the Governor who is
not only the Queen's Representative but
is also responsible to the Secretary of
State and he has to be kept informed
about all major matters affecting the
administration of the island

Barbados is still a crown colony because
the Crown retains a veto on legislation
and the Secretary of State for the Col-
onies has the right to appoint and control
public officers,

The executive is vested in the Governor,
Executive Council and Executive Com-
mittee.

Only if all these facts are fully appre-
ciated can there be any understanding of
the significance of any attempt to curtail
the powers of the Legislative Council.

The constitution of Barbados is a writ-
ten constitution and although the experi-
ment in party government which was
initiated during the govermrship of Sir
Grattan Bushe gives the General Assem-
bly an importance in the political life of
the island almost as great as it would
possess if the island «was self-governing
the General Assembly remains one com-

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ponent of a | re of which the other
two components of the Legislati
Council i r

on legi

a Velo

powers of the General Assembly
even though its members are elected

under adult suffrage are limited by the
Letters Patent and the Instructions under
the Royal Sign Manual and Signet which
together form the constitutional
ment of the government of Barbados.

Any. attempt by the General Assembly
to curtail the power of one of the.two
other components of the Legislature could
only succeed if the constitution were
altered. Nowadays it is fashionable to
speak of the will of the people as being
sovereign and demagogues even go so far
as to claim for majorities a divine author-
ity. But ‘wherever political extremism
based on such fallacies exist, the confi-
dence of more stable communities in that
country’s ability to achieve stable condi-
tions of government is weakened.

The Western world still places the
maintenance of law and order and respect
for established institutions at the top of
the list of factors which operate to decide
whether a country is politically stable, and
if investment is being considered, whether
the country is a good or bad risk for
investors.

So long as the written constitution of
Barbados remains what it is, there can be
no doubt that the conditions for political
Stability are safeguarded. But could the
same confidence be maintained in an
island in which the General ; Assembly
usurped the role of sole legislator and
against whose decision not even the veto
of the Crown could be applied?
| The Legislative Council of Barbados is,
although a nominated body, an essential
component of the Legislature. It is not a
collection of individuals who meet
together solely to discuss ways and means
of flouting the will:of the people as rep-
resented by the decisions of the party with
a majority of seats in the General Assem-
bly. The members of the Legislative
Council hold their places during Her
Majesty’s pleasure and consist of persons
appointed by warrant under the Queen’s
Sign Manual and Signet or as the Govy-
ernor may in pursuance of any instruc-
tions from the Crown through the
Secretary of State’ for the Colonies
appoint from time to time under the Pub-
lic Seal of the Island. A curtailment of
the powers of the Legislative Council may
well be regarded as a Curtailment of the
powers of the Crown, and as such must
nourish the fears of thosé who do not
believe that the people’s interests are
best championed solely by representatives
who are elected to the General Assembly.

Not even Great Britain where the
absence of a written constitution makes
the abolition of the House of Lords possi-
ble, has yet dared to abolish its upper
House: and any argument based on.cur-
tailments which have been made in
respect of the powers of the House of
Lords would be invalid in an island which
has no permanent Civil Service and in
which public spirited citizens possessed of
talents and abilities that they would like:
to employ in the service of the people
have little scope for employing them
except in the Legislative Council and on
vestries and public boards,

Barbados needs a breathing space in
which to digest the many changes which
have been introduced into the island’s
political life during the last six years, It
would be ironical if the Legislative Coun-
cil because it has wisely rejected q bill
which would have precipitated yet
another change, for which there is no
urgent need, should attacked for -re-
fusing to be swayed by sentiment and for
exercising a right which is written into
the constitution of Barbados

be

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* BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Nuts To You. Uncle Joe!

Many readers of The Advoca'e , . a
By J. F. Barret«

must have been amazed to read
Mat not only Britain,

that recent letter from some
impractical idealist with his head tact x
very much in the clouds, actually also America ana Canada, migat -bombed
proposing that plantation owners be prostrated and even largely ca aaiate con or supplies
of Barbados make a gesture of obliterated. I would have to pre- would have to take precedence |
loyalty (and suicide) to our good pare for a conaition }in which over sugar in bulk.
Queen as an appreciation of her these great countries might not P nt
coming Coronation by giving up ‘be able to help anyone but them+ In the ee a peace, my
y»wnrship of all lands bordering selves, far less trade with others: ™ er eel have studied
main public highways of the island In fact I would be well to as- Sear rewired wou technique of
to a depth of say 100 yards in sume that this island, and others and ag oral > Carver with
from the road.” The idea is that which might well escape the George Was seed: sore al &
this generous slice of our bound- atomic cataclysm, might have to ‘Me, peanut pot aint if ever there
less territory be given over to the assist in rendemag first-aid to re deeb snation in flesh and
vanting of Causarina and Flam- stricken continents. blood, The Lord God Almighty
yant trees so that Bajams in The fellow who would give our does not scruple about the colour
eral and tourists in particular sparse acres to the cultivation of of a man’s skin when He thinks
1 find eternal joy, and render pretty trees in place of food- to express Himself at His highest
ruined planters —_ eternal producing, did at least by contrast puman level of sheer goodness,
tude, because of this beauty point the right way for the com- grea genius.
ough their sacrifice. One can mencement, and the pursuit, of George Washington Carver was a
see the lumps in the threats of our aim to make this isl: 85 slave child left when his
ecstatic Bajans as they spend near self-supporting as possible in mother was stolen, ne never
their leisure hours viewing these regard to foodstufls, in case the knew his father. He became not {
milés of trees with tear-dimmed worst happened and we were com- only a great scientist of interna-
eyes — and empty stomachs: It pletely isolated from the outside tional repute, but an artist in
was still more staggering to find world for an indefinite period. >




















As soon as war was imminent on)
@etlared, I would be rady to
take over acres of cane land tor)
but peanuts, as for corn. We could |


























. ; : ; , many d a ereTS
that this futile and fantastic pro- Trees are certainly indicated as and . should
posal had appealed to others. part of the solution, if not the gn, ne meee tion of _—_

Even if we were living in the main part, to the greatest problem both and white.

seemingly eternally — that would face this and other
carefree and prosperous Victorian jslands of the West Indies in the peanut? “It i
days, with everything in the dire circumstance of a global on oe AY Sie fo
World's Garden lovely,, with no war. We would certainly require to soi) rich in food value, rich
deadly menace to our lives and have two or three John Saints properties chemical consti-
freedom ever present in the shape on the job, and his “big-grain tye and wonderfully rich in
of rampant, militant communism, rice’ would not only be sweet possibilities for utilization.” What
even then the idea would be uttér- taters. They would also be rather giq he have manufactured from
ly crazy and impractical. bigger “graims’ than taters and j¢o Amongst other items of food
Can anyone compute the num- would hang from trees. Much value and utility: —
ers of acres of good cane and smaller but no les; effective feed- 1, Rich ice cream powde:
vegetable-producing land repre- ing “grains” would grow in the 2. Food for livestock
ented in this proposed sacrifice of ground, “nuts” to you! They both increases milk yield.
‘and bordering our main high- juxuriate around Tent Bay, and 93 Dyes and medicines from the
vays. In the impossible event of will be both beought to your skin, Including a quinine substi-
uch an idea materialising, and notice in due course. tute.
can see the harbour (nourish the Cocoanut Trees 4. ‘Peanut milk and butter.
‘hought) having infinitely more fy first interest and effort 5, Excellent and nutritious

chance, we would very soon be would be in the direction of the coffee.
ible to calculate the approximate

black
What did this great

r.
which

ae act foes sacrificed Production of a first ten thousand 6. Buttermilk.
Sam ah on cute bine cocoanut trees, along with an 7. Worcestershire sauce and
ugarty so.we could have nice isang survey as to the best pickles and mock oysters.

reesj ‘along with all the loss in
vages atid what not. The tons of
acrificed eddoes, sweet taters and

localities and available waste 8. Mock meat dishes of many
ground or gardens and tenantry kinds, :
f : lands on which these cocoanuts George told the world that in
ams could, of course, be made UP would be planted. Naturally I the peanut was everything neces-
eee them in other islands 4.14 concentrate on the short- sary to strengthen, nourish and
Te cone ne tie mat proneee “ph term. effect obtainable from the keep thé body alive and healthy.
oes eas bes oe 5 dwarf cocoanut, but would not en- Yes, the ‘peanut could make
her words we would just Rave tively ignore the ordinary cocoa- Barbados independent in many
° go ee these ory oe mut. I would encourage co-opera- directions, It would not only bea
ie ia ae Ki ” y that tion from smallholders such as medium for. saving money bat
7 walnable land to play chau Rvans . Word)’ Of “Tene "Mey, meee. Seeem. or eng
vith and that it did not Have to Bethan, ee eS ik: ak Wer Betpedon ees
; ae uction of young i:
tink ey living. One would under the direction of the Depart- Wi aa an Se es
ager a niet hago ted to ment of Agriculture upon which vo eee _ eee ake
ene aga —- only chance gepartment and staff .(to be Se ee Se eh hat ee
has of adding a few acres is by augmented) would fall the main eee ee eee
‘ciween Our vast, mainland agd TePonsibility for the production of TT OE See pusiness to alm at
ts lone but aurdy and lovethe all the trees IT would have in iY self-supporting ideal, I
atellite — Pelican: Island thereby mind ultimately, both as regards would see that arrangements ‘were
wafting this dependency on to its 2Â¥Mbers and variety. My ultimate | os made for the production of
resty teland Soles . aim would be a minimum ‘of 100, speutedia eh gong cites: trilt
“Of ae oe wh le id jg 000 cogganut:trees, but we trees, ice: awpaws, and the
arclent and will be teeaed we ; Rot stop there, except to take a best ‘of the Giipies These would
oke by common-sense planters 2¢P breath for further effort. he slanted ii ‘the tenantry ‘anes
nd, we hope legislators alike, . When yielding nuts, my ‘trees omits and around gardens and
; ; would differ from practically every

3ut the fact that the idea has “i ‘ estates where so much land is
aid expressed and endorsed by tree on this island, with too few either empty.of trees, or too aften

me, displays the fact that at exceptions. They would fulfil the
east a cmuarthied of a "fellow design of their wise creator and oe cron waite tale:
slanders, are in abject ignorance be allowed to fully ripen so to 7 ouiq make my Barbadian peo-
if the natural and peculiar diffi- yield this island the plenitude of 1 edi "ana nut tree conscious
ulties, limitations and liabilities their bounteous gifts of ae :
u ‘ because few enough of them are
vhich are inseparable from the nourishment and other valuable stig aiid with: our. limited acres
ives of those who live upon such elements. | would certainly have . is a most lamentable state
circumscribed isl: and one to educate Bajans and try to make affairs, especially with the
o comparatively remote from them see the utter folly and ld in its pace al state of
ther islands, and certainly from criminal wastefulness involved in bated 2” ast the spactes of e
‘reat continents which __are treating this wonderful nut simply }&o% simi starvation for we. all
riendly and able to supply essen- as a thirst-quencher, and thus o ee cert eae
ials which we cannot create our- ges’ the real potential valué
elves. That ignorance is bad of the nut when matured, Per-
nough in all conscience, but haps one of the most untidy and
vhat of the wider and more disgraceful sights our streets dis

in the event of an atomic war.
There are a few. exceptions to
this almost general rule of in-
difference toward the utilization

niversal issues involved and ; 8 of empty land fo» the growing
: / play, is the heaps of beheaded
snced by those of such men- nuts, every one a broken inten I will tell you of

promise and a denial of God's

purpose for them. on the Hastings beach. It happen-

‘ What Waste ! that this includ tri
ise my imagination, on the as- 4. they lie in the gutters, or aan segregated oon ie vit

umption that I had been given disgrace our beaches, what waste
— may authority. In the do they represent? They represent Lend. memenctng Bn ah hay)
rst place would try to cea a the waste of countléss tons of. small, and had never grown any-
nose pe Bajan people who guile oils and fats, tons of poten- thing’ but bush and crabs since
sere sti . — t 7 t ae tial meal for animal feed of creation was. The soil was that
a“ ness, of the hard fact ‘ human, cocoanut milk, the most mixture of sand and earth which
were is a war oe as we usd Golicious of any milk, fuel for certain trees, including cocoanut
> ws os ae es ae heating irons, etc. fibre for brush- ang banana, will thrive well
; es re je since ease 3 es, mattresses, rope, and what not. enough upon, This small strip of
Gace ‘ ‘fens 0 Worl 4 Do ond ‘There are other potential products ygeless land was a challenge to
a They ee ard ation of value from both nut and the innate sense,of, land-responsi-
oat tha v ar ae Fanaa od *- tree, They say. wilful waste makes bility and fruit- ‘owing com-
oid: jo nelle: Hemet: woes Seale" woeful want, and all this 4s surely plex of this lady, with the follow-
nd heat ar ps yt + the Wilful waste. ‘What an incon- ing result, It is now producing
ches ah Paes A as ti gruity is the sight of a schooner actual banana and pawpaw fruit
ad onan ms omina an entering our harbour laden with after some 18 months of occupa-
n end to our freedom and 39,990 cocoanuts, and others with tion. In time it will also produce
emocracy is now replaced by the bags, of copra, cocoanut meal and —Figs (not banana) from two
ven won oe more dangerous ther. cocoanut products. We are bushes, | cherries,
ae Swen d ed by paying other people to do the gooseberries from one tree each,
fe and his band of internation- \ oy our unemployed could do, “buffa” bananas from a clump of
nee eel 4 have to be made to 224 for foodstuffs we could pro- twelve or more trees, and cocoa-
salts that Recce ine made to ‘duce ourselves, aye, and sell to nuts from dwarf trees,
~— # ussia will not give other lands, But you cannot have If this can be accomplished with
P is en ious effort until one your cocoanut »nd drink it, be- a small strip of waste shore-land,
f two ings happens, i.e., either fore it can do you any real good, think what can be done with the
he is beaten by a power greater anq fill your coffers, and your tracts of land bearing nothing but
han herself, or she suffers an stomachs with real food AND grass and bush, which grace, but

A War On This little lady bought a house

In this connection, permit me to

iternal collapse, under the in in this sense disgra

mersonian postulate that “evil Grit; of the large houses onthe island,
ontains the germ of its, own When I had, say, 400,000 2. well as so many of the not so
estruction.”. Even in the latter cocoanut palms . planted, with

large houses.
What is Wanted ?

What is wanted? Mainly a
sense of responsibility for the land
one owns or occupies, and a
realisation that God meant it for
growing things eo for the good
of His chi’dren. He also provided

iternative, apparently the lesser things organised for dealing with
f the two evils, Russia could in- the yield, and the products and
‘olve the whole world in the bye-products from nut and trees,
remendous conflagration. of her I would feel that the island would
ollapse. She is filed with hate be getting on the way to self-
nd evil and in her death throes sufficiency the keeping of body
he might well endeavour te des- and soul the population to-
voy her neighbours, and with the gether “if we were faced with oo feo2 and
et-plane and atom bomb, even we months of isolation, the. dwest money creators as
‘re her neighbours. She might not | My other priceless and life- )98.. cocoanut and banana
‘lways be able to keep on with her giving nut) would grow quite 1 tity eer aie st . erase
tink ” ca a

cold” wor technique, even it happily ct Pye small island such as this, esypecial-

‘he wants to. At an oment palms Wy
a might vant the inflamable tule, e British Government's |Y es regard to the threaten-
yaterial lying all around, and war African Pare cxvlcit was a cost- iN world situation, it is a sin of

ly failtire...The nut would not Omission to ignore this r*sponsi-
0 y. It was not happy y.

somehow, According to what I If Barbadians will not heed
saw and, gathered on a visit i Seals Ged, and the warnings from
Evans Ford’s bit of land above fri the need today for the
Tent Bay, he’ was rather bothered ul ion of every inch of our
about his peanuts being too ae precious and very limited but
happy. They, grew big at willing soil, then evil men like
an

spread about all over the Stalin will do go, if his
place, including places where warning is. ignored etl it io.

they had no Tight to be. They dis- late. He would destroy ws all, as
puted the right of anything grow- democrats and risti if he
ing to get in their way as they could. : Oe .
conquered new territory, Yes, I I think it was an American
would have my experts discover General. during the last war who,
what made Ford’s nuts happy and when told to sutrender by the
fat, and then would pro to enemy, replied in typicé
orgariise for hundreds of tons ‘of can disiogtien NORGE Te suggest
Barbadian-born peanuts, I would that the reply ich Barbados
base the calculations of the should give to ‘threat from
island’s needs in the event of total Stalin, on behalf ofthe Caribbean
war at a minimum of one pound eS FRUIT

peoples is—‘NUTS
of nuts per head per week, and TO YOU, JOE!” Let us all get
allow for 250,000 population. Yes,

started that plan ‘and cultiva-
there might well be thousands of tien so that we are more self-
atom-bomb refugees finding their suffieient if we are overtaken by
weary way to this blessed isle, that evil day. Up Bajans, and eat
and we would have to feed them ‘em! Yes, eat your very own

ould be upon us in the twinkling
vf an eye,

In my imaginary office as care-
iker of Barbados then, I would
ct upon the assumption that there
vag going to be a Third World
7ar, which would end all wars on
arth, and would herald the New
dispensation, the birth pangs of
‘hich have been harassing and
varing mankind now for almost
wo score years, I would do this
vithout spreading undue alarum,
r appearing too pessimistic, I
vould simply be realistic and
‘ould do that which the demo-
racies failed to do between. 1918
-39 — I would hope for the best
‘ut prepare for the worst, in-so-
‘ar as my island home and its in-
habitants were concerned, I would
‘earn from that which happened
» the island and how this little
isle was affected, during the last
war. I could not jearn sufficient
‘rom that under the changed cir-
cumstanee:, having in mind the

‘tom-bomb age, so 1 would have somehow. I would firstly be grown fruit and nuts so you save
‘9 use mv imagination. I would satisfied to have so many acres your money meantime, and per-
‘ave to allow, in my calculations planted so that I would be assured haps your lives in the threatening!

ind the of a goodly stock and nucleus. future,

subsequent actions; for

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scientist who pioneered the development of
radar, is to lead a search for oil in Canada,
using a new ftadar technique, has aroused
considerable interest, But Sir Robert him-
self has warned that it has not yet been
proved whether radar is able to penetrate
the earth’s crust and if his theory will, in
fact, succeed in taking the scientific search|’
for oil a further stage forward.

In point of fact, radar equipment has
already been used by the oil men in pin-
pointing positions. It played an especially
important part in a very extensive survey
carried out shortly affter the war in the
Bahamas area, Where four-fifths of the area
surveyed was covered by water. Indeed,
the oil industry has for long utilised every
scientific aid in locating potentially oil-
bearing subterranean rock strata, and the
element of chance so far as discovery of a
new petroleum deposit is concerned has been
correspondingly decreased. It has been cal-
culated that, on an average, one exploratory
well out of every five drilled as a result of
geological and geophysical guidance proves
productive as against only one in twenty
drilled without such preliminary scientific
investigation.

But, despite all these extremely valuable
precautions to eliminate as much risk ot
tailure as possible, such risk cannot be en-
tirely excluded. For, as yet, there is no
known method, other than actual test drill-
ing, to put the presence or absence of oil
—particularly in commercial quantities—in

a new area beyond dispute. All that the
scientists can do—and this in itself is of tre-
mendous service—is to indicate underground
rock beds, perhaps thousands of feet below
the surface, whose composition and confor-
mation favour the possible accumulation of
oil. As a corollary, they can also say that
the type of underground rock strata pre-
cludes any possibility of oil being present.
But they cannot say in so many words:
“Here you will find oil!” The most they can
say is “Here you may find oil!” or “Here you
certainly won't.”

The actual “proof of the pudding” — the
exploratory drilling programme — is inevi-
tably often a prolonged and exceedingly
costly investigation. Thus, one company in
Venezuela spent about £12 million over a
ten-year period on exploration and develop-
ment before it marketed a drop of oil. An-
other company, in Colombia, spent £15
million over a 23-year period before receiv-
ing the first return on its money. And in
Canada itself — the land where Sir Robert
is nuw about to lead yet another new search
for fresh oil deposits—over 100 exploratory
wells had to be drilled and hundreds ot
millions of dollars hazarded before the first
big post-war discovery was made in Alberta,
at Leduc,

It is verhaps one of the most fascinating
things about this industry to an oil man that
he never knows for certain when some out-
standing new discovery is coming. The ever-
present element of chance, and the possibil-
ity of eventual disappointment after endless
time and capital has been sunk in an ex-
ploratory venture, makes success, when it
is gained, that much more thrilling than if
it were assured at the outset of a project.

Nevertheless, the oil industry is always
striving to reduce the incidence of risk by
seizing upon every new scientific advance
that can be adapted to its own ends. And
if Sir Robert is able to perfect a new ex-
ploration technique, incorporating radar,
which adds to the accuracy of the search—
the oil men will be among the very first
to congratulate him upon his feat.

THE WAY 10 BE HAPPY-EAT

From NEWELL ROGERS

NEW YORK
THE high cost of eating is going lower.
And the psychologists are telling Ameri-
cans that if they eat more and better food
they may have more pleasant personalities.
Science has been exploring likes and dis-
‘likes in food. Some results: Men get more
enjoyment from eating than women. | Food
affects us mentally and emotionally. People
finicky about eating tend to be domineering,
lack emotional stability but show greater
ability in expressing ‘themselves, and more.
self-confidence. t ;
People who eat everything are happier,
better adjusted, less excitable and not so.
moody.

SCIENTIFIC HINT to housewives — the
average man gets mad and blows up about
six times a week, usually just before meals.

The housewives are happy to find’ that
steak is down from 5d. to 10d. a lb., eggs
down 9d. a dozen, lamb rib chops 4d. a Ib.
Butter is also cheaper.

So father is apt to be more contented these
nights when he gets home from the office—|!
especially if he can be fed quickly.

A NEW electric gadget for housewives has
several attachments like a vacuum cleaner
fo polish floors ard furniture, dlean and
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18, 1952





cet

Hearing Begins

Further

Evidence

To Be Given Today

NINE witnesses gave ev

Sessions yesterday before Mr, Justice J. W.

ridence at the Court of Grand
B. Chenery

when hearing of the case against Fitz Harold Haddock who

is charged with manslaughter began.
killed

to have unlawfully
while driving the car M691

Haddock is alleged
foursyear-old Carl Rogers
along’ Prospect, St. James, cu

May 18. Hearirig of the case continues to-day at 10 a.m.

Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C.,
ing for the Crown,

Mr. E. K. Walcott, Q.C. asso-
ciated with Mr. J. S, B, Dear is
Counsel for Haddock.

The witnesses who have given
evidence are Mr. Stephen Rogers,
Carl’s' father, Anthony Rogers,
his brother, Chief Inspector of
Police Torrence Franklyn, Su-
perintendent Eustace Simmonds,
Dr, A,.S, Cato, Mr. Neville Young,
Mr. Aubrey Farnum, [Inspector of
motor vehicles, Department of
Highways & Transport, Sgt.
Archer, and Mr, John A, Small,

After three witnesses gave
evidence, the jury visited the
scene of the accident.

Mr. Reece, opening the case for
the Prosecution, said that an event
had taken place on the evening
of May 18 on Prospect Road as
a result of which Carl Rogers lost
his life. He would begin by say-
ing that in every criminal case
the onus was on the Prosecution
to prove the case beyond a doubt
against the prisoner, It would
be for them, after hearing the
evidence which had been given
in the stand to say whether or
the Prosecution had dis-
charged that onus.

“I say that because -this is a
matter which has been given-a
great. deal of publicity. It is a
matter out of which another case
came in another Court, No doubt
you read the newspapers in re-
lation to that case or the reports
when. =the -preliminary hearing
was before the Police Magistrate,
or you may have heard .of it
from a friend. t

Decision On Evidence

“From things told you, “you
may have formed ideas touthing
this matter before you were
empanelled, and I would like to
warn you that none of these
things must operate in your
minds and the only facts on

which you are to try this case
are those disclosed in the witness
stand, taking into account the
manner in which evidence is
given, the credibility you think
you can attach to it, the demean-
our of the witnesses; etc.,,

He qudted the definition
manslaughter from Archbold.

He said that when it came to
the evidence they haq first to say
whether there was that high de-
gree of negligence which con-
dtituted manslaughter, whether
there was only sufficient for dan-
gerous driving, or whether the
accused was not guilty.

Stephen Rogers, a
Prospect, said he was Carl's
father... He. left Carl at home
about 4 pm, Went out. When he
returned about’ 6 p.m. Cart. was
lying in an apparently uncon-
scious. condition,on ‘the ground,
and he took him to the hospital.

Thirteen-year-old Anthony
Rogers said that he was sitting on
the front of “his father’s door
steps alefig with his two brothers
Carl and>Roy, his sister Rita
and a frien from next door
named David. They were look-
ing towards Bridgetown, He
heard a motor cycle coming up
flying and a car behind it. He did
not look back for the car, but
kept watching the motor cycle.
Shortly after he heard a_ crash
and his foot felt numb. When he
looked around his brothers and
sister were lying on the ground.
He did not see David,

A ear had: been parked a short
distance below a curve on the
left side of the road by the house
of a man ‘named Cecil. It haa
been parkeq there before the
accident, :

Cross-examined, he said that a
part of the step shown in a pic-
ture of the area to be broken off
had been broken off before the

of

clerk of

accident.
Inspector Torrence Franklyn
produced photographs of the

scene. He said he took the pho-
tographs on May 19 about 9 a.m,
looking Southeast from Bridge-
town. ‘

Superintendent Eustace Sim-
monds said that he went to the
scene of the accident about 7.10
p.m. on May 18, The car M 691
was in the gutter facing Bridge-
town. Haddock was present. He
sent him to be examined and dis-
covered that he was not suffering
from any alcoholic drink.

Tyre Marks

Tyre marks were on the road
leading to the steps. A police
was put to watch the ear during

the night oe 28'ke proms
mor E z e yviSited the
seerle Lhe he met Mr.
Farnum of the Highways»eand
Transport, “Haddock was also
present. ee .

Mr. Farnum and he _ took

measurements. “The road was 17,



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feet,.6 in¢hes. wide at the point
where the car was. The car was
five feet twe or three inches wide
and 13 feet, 10 inches long. Im-
mediately before the steps there
was a platform four feet, ten and
a half inches long, one foot, two

inches wide and eight inches
thick.
He charged Haddock with

eausing injuries and afterwards

changed this. charge to man-
slaughter,

On June 8 Mr, Farnum and he
went back to the scene, They
measured the spot shown. by
Haddock where the car was and
to. the house this was 66 feet.

The car was 176 feet away and
they moved it back to 200 feet
away.

Cross-examined he said that
Haddock was a licensed driver
for ten years and his licence had
never been endorsed. When he
was taking measurements, he
was about -the left centre of the
road, Bushes were around the
curve,

The corner was a blind corner
and many accidents occurred
there. He never heard that the
Commissioner of, Police Colonel
Michelin’ had himself had an ac-
cident around that corner. The
Police seldom prosecuted drivers
in aecidents about that corner,

Performed, Post Mortem

Dr, A. S. Cate said thathe per-
formed the ‘post’mortem.on Carl
on May 20. From his examina-
tion and from a consideration of
all the cireumStanées ‘surround-
ing the »déath, -in hig opinion
death was due*to cerebral hae-
mawrhage and fracture of the
skuu, THES injury” could have
been caused -by-an impact with a
heavy object.

Neville Woung a _ butler of
Prospect, said that he was home
sitting in his verandah. His
home-was-ebeut four houses from
Carl’s home and on the same
side., Going from Speightstown
towards Bridgetown one would
come to.his home first before
coming to the Rogers’.

The evening that the accident
occurred a car was parked on the
left hand side of the road going
to town about three houses from
Rogers. The car M-691 passed
the parked car and hit the wall
in front of his home.

He haq first seen the car when
it passed in front of his home, A

motor cycle was travelling in
front of the car. He did not
know how fast the car was
travelling. When it hit the wall
he ‘realised that it must have
struck the children. He had not
seen the children immediately

before the accident, but had seen
them half an hour before in the
sea bathing.

Mr. Aubrey Farnum said that
on May 18 about 8 p.m. he went
to the scene of the accident on
Prospect. Road and saw the car
M-691, on the right side of the
road facing Bridgetown. The
front of the car was resting
against a wall, Its right side was
damaged. He examined it then
and returned about 9 to 10
o'clock the following morning to
re-examine it. The brakes could
not be tested as they were
smashed. The tyres were dam-
aged. * Madésa..thorough ex-
amination. i: = aon

On June 8*he ang Superintend-
ent Simmonds: returned to the
scene with the cat G-262. Super-
intendent S?mmonds put the car
in a, eertain “position and they
took mé@asuréments. When mak-
ing his. measurements he was in
the centre.of the ‘road. ‘They first
measured the can 176 feét from
the steps and then went further
away 200 feet to see what could be
seen from the various distances.

They took no measurements
from the left side of the road.

On the left side of the road from
the door steps there Were tyre
marks 66 feet away.

Steering Rods Whole

The steering rods were whole,
only bent with the blow it had re-
ceived in the collision,

Cross-examined he said that his
memory was quile well. Since it
Was. put to him that the two dis-
tanees 176 and 200 related to the
position Of the car, he remem-
bered. that they really did, The
measurement of 66 feet was really
the measurement from the door
steps to the car Ge262.

To the Jud Said that his
ofily “explanati > His making a
mistake about the distance was
that hewead his diagram wrongly.

On) May: +9 when he réturned to
the scene Ma, -Craigg arrived short-
ly after him. He could not re+

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Harbour Kept Busy
By Week-end Traffic

Seven arrivals and nine departures kept the harbour
busy over the past week-end.

Of these arrivals, there were only two schooners, both
of which arrived from Trinidad, while the remaining five
were steamships hailing from various ports with various
cargoes.



The departures consisted most-
ly of schooners which, during the
past week, kept the Careenage
continuously busy and_ blocked,
Among those leaving port were: —
Sunshine R., Rebecca E., Mitchell,
Mary E, Caroline, Marion Belle
Wolfe, Bel Queen, Harriet Whit-

Tennis Courts
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At Playing kield

The three

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Director Leaves

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WHEN CONSTRUCTING

Ne Guard dad returned to that colony by}
iw E B.W.LA. last night. accompanied |
, : lb s. Williams,
r ‘art Williams. who had _ been OR REPAIRING A
House For | Ie puty Director in British Guiana
j | {oi many years was recently pro-

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Pelican

A new guard house is being
erected at Pelican Island. The
former guard room which was
erected out of wood, was recently
demolished. It is being replaced
by a building out of concrete
blocks. ?

Five masons and four labourers
are working on the new building.
The conerete blocks are being
transported from a jetty at the
Reef Beach to a jetty on the south
side” of the island. From there
they are removed to the site of
the new building,

Samuel Collymore, who is super-
vising the work, told the Advé-
cate that it was held up for a short
while because of the slow delivery
of blocks.

When inmates are on the
island, Policemen use the guard
voom as their quarters.

A SURPRISE

Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E., re-
ceived the shock of his life yes-
terday. Mr. Beckles, — thirsty
because of the heat of the day,

got a green cocoanut and opened
it to get a cool drink of water. To



; : and
his surprise the cocoanut was all ais |
shell. “THE VILLAGE |
The area where the cocoanut Hastings

milk should have been found was
all fibre.

BOATS GET OWNERS

The Calvert fishing boats which
were built at the grounds of the
‘Fisheries Office, now have their
owners. Two weeks ago the owners
were summoned to the Fisheries
Office. The boats were numbered
and these numbers placed in a hat.
The owners then drew for the
boats.

After the boats were drawn for,

the owners directed the Fisheries
Qffice to paint the boats in the
colours they desired.
.. Twenty-eight boats are now in|
the Fisheries Office yard. Two or |
three more will be erected but at
present work is concentrated on
the 28.

Concrete keels have been at-
tached to three so far and the
masons have started on three

more. ‘Three masons are making ||

these’ keels,
FOR FISHERIES TALKS

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries Of-
ficer, left the island last week for
U.S.A. to attend the Fifth Annual
Session of the Gulf and Caribbean
Fisheries Institute,

lawn tennis courts taker. All of these schooners . oe
at the Princess Alice Playing were consigned to the Schooner , Mr. J. K. Drayton, his assistant,
Field are to be enclosed. Sixty Owners’ Association, is acting Fisheries Officer. Mr.

wallaba posts were recently car-
ried to the Playing Field for the
purpose of enclosing the courts,

PASSENGERS BY COLOMBIE

: The French



liner Colombie ar-

Drayton took up duties from Fri-
day last.

FLYING FISH

Mr. Randolph Griffith, caretak- . ti port bn.,Sunday from Tao Tae
er, told the Advocate that bicycles !Ived in or 1 y fr of itt in h
anid 'pedestriins trample iver the Trinidad on ‘its ‘way ‘to’ Martin= geek. gee rd At the Reef
courts day and night. “We will not ique.

be able to keep the courts in good
condition if they are not enclos-
ed,” he said.
over
you would be surprised to see the
damage done.”

The liner brought 305 passen-
gers, 45 of which fanded and the
“If anyone walks
after a rainfall,

the. court

cargo consisting of shirts, clocks
The gates to the Playing Fiela

Beach yesterday some were being
landed from early in the after-

q r intrans! noon.
eednes the caneen of passen- There was a fairly large crowd
gers © the . Colomble brought |< a°o% housewives awaiting the

boats and much of the fish was sold
before the fishermen could get it



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are now left opened up to nine
o'clock at night. Last year many
people complained that the theh
closing time of seven o’clock was
too early.

Like Queen’s Park, the care-
taker has a bell to signal the peo.
ple to leave, but he said “Some-
times many people leave by the
chimes of the Public Building
clock.”

Visitors to the Princess Alice
Playing Field are now complain-
ing that they would like a Redif-
fusion service installed, Thev sav
that the Pavilion is very airy and
nice but they would also like ta
listen to a radio programme.
BAY STREET SEA WINDOW.

Work is practically completed
On “the window by the sea” oppo~
site the General Hospital. This
open spot was cleaned up and a
terrace is now being made.

Running beside the window is a
sidewalk for pedestrians, “This
area long needed a sidewalk,” a
pedestrian told the Advocate yes-



terday.
RESUMES DUTIES.
Major R. A, Stoute, Deputy

Commissioner of Police, resumed
duties yesterday morning after a
month's leave, During his ab-
sence, Colonel Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, carried out the

duties of the Deputy Commission-
er in addition to his substantive
duties.

RUAD SAFETY FILMS.
The local Police authorities have
recently received two Road Safe-
ty Films from England which w)l

be shown to the motoring publ«
as part of their Road Safe.y Cisn-
paign.

Later this week On a day to be
| announced, one of these films will

be shown at the Bridgetown Plaza
| Cinema. Holders of current driv-
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ENRICHED

and a quantity of bundles of hard =
board. The vessel is under the to the Fish Market. *) spices
command of Captain P. Dupont and a quantity of tyres, almanacs,
and has as its local agents here, jron bolts and paints.

Messrs. R. M. Jones Ltd , Master of the vessel is Captain
R. Joseph and is consigned to the

STRIPED TROPICAL SUITS
in Fawn & Brown @ $43.84

PLAIN WORST) SUITS
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GABARDINE SUITS
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FLOUR AND OATS |Schooner Owners’ Association, Single Breasted @ $41.87 : Blue, Grey, ~~ and
Five thousand, one . hundred | Double Breasted @ $42.72 from $18.56. to $29.22,

and seventy bags of flour and) {—~jameond Rings ; “i seni 00, to .

1,765 bags of oats were the chief | PIN STRIFE ED WORSTE PANTS

items of the cargo of the steam-| LOUIS L. BAYLEY SUITS ‘

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Cress, Spinach, Parsley, Onion,
Okra, Swiss Chard, Squash,
Leck, Radish, Brussels Sprouts,
Celery, Watermelon, Oauli-

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The schooner % flower, Pepper, Turnip, Bro-
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end is consigned to the Schooner
Owners’ Association,

CARGO FROM TRINIDAD
Island Star ar-
colony over . the





The schooner
rived in the

week-end from Trinidad ar
argo of mixed items for e é
sland, LTD.

This cargo included 1,000 con-
iners of beer, 72 cylinders of
as, 230 pieees of cedar boards gee 6 OCCU 40009
: a

SLICE OF STRENGTH

Head of Broad Street

BATH ROBES

AND
DRESSING
GOWNS





LADIES
WEEK-END
CASES



CAVE SHEPHERD
& CO. ITD.

10, 11, 12, 18 BROAD STREET
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PAGE Six

CLASSIFIED ADS. |

TELEPHONE 2508

FOR SALE





DIED

{
Ne a

INNISS—On Sunday 1€th November 1952















Amy Inniss, teloved wife of Harold
Inniss. Funeral took place fom her AUTOMOTIVE
late residence “The Bungalov c
r.som, tte same evening at the Cr! BEDFORD VAN . :
“hute ~hur AD 10/12 ewts lit-
bates oe wg" aurance§ Inniss,|"¢ used and in really good condition
Freidas Shearn, Muriel Swtggs — Diai 4616, Courtesy Garage
ee ces 18.11. S3—Iin | 14.11 .52-—-6n
pond 1
CAR—Prefect Ford in good condition.
THANKS Dial 6213. 16.11, 52—3n
a spcaletaty CAR—Morris-Oxford, good ha
RINKSON—The undersigned desire mileage under 3,00 Teiephone 2949
through this medium to return thanks 4.11. 52—t.f.n
—_< 8 _- _____

to al) the kind friends who attended

CAR—Ford Frefect Car, excellent









he» funeral, sent wreaths, cards and a ne
atnewiae tonddled with us in our dition Dial 4050 day-time 8678 ni

rerent sad beteavement in the death o/ | time Charles Smith 18.11.52—6n0

lute Josephine Hinkson eens thete dae a

Misiaaet tiiaaieen idaughter!, Clarenc:| CAR—One Vauxhall, 1939 model 2

Nurse (great “nephew! and othe: men {H.P. in good condition, For enquiries

bets of the dlinkson, Nurse and Weekes|Mrs. A. G. Bancroft, Woodside, Fon-

Families. 18.11.52—1) | l@belle. Dial 3840 18.11. 52—3n

—_—

CAR-—Standard 8 H.P. Tyres & Bat-

IN MEMORIAM 'tery new, in good condition. Dial 2582.

| 16.11,5 —3n,







a | CAR—One Vauxhall Velox. 14,000 miles
GREENIDGE—Ii memory of Modoli joan be seen Eckstein’s Garage, Bay
Greenidge who was hastened fro. | Street, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
thie seeng.on November 17, 1950. | 16.11.52—3n.
She has*done she has gone - span .

Gone id gesilent home CAR—One Vauxhall VELOX, practically

Over the livers of rest new, only done 4,000 miles, Phone

Into’ that.slemt land. , EDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD
Caroline Greetridge (mother), Maskeil % 15. 11.52—ah
Henderon “Tsotts) . NO.11 BO teased sees



CAR--One Citreon Car, excellent con-

—
KNIGH Tin jeving memory of our de. dition, Phone REDMAN & TAYLOR'S



brother Denril Knight who depart! GARAGE LTD. 16.11 52

this 1if6.GA November 18th, 1960, . vo Sa
Days of sadness still come o'er us CAR-Wolseley. Perfect runn rde
Secret.tewrs do often flow i 15,248 miles. Contact Blow 95-273. .

For this-day has brought anew |
Memories of 2 years ago, i
Ever to be semembered by the Knights
femi y, 18.11.56

15.11.52—3n.



oul tales amil . tacsae
n| ,.CAPS--Sedan Morris 8 and one Wolgse-
“| ley 8. Apply to M. Farmer, Walkspring,
7 of St. Thomas 15.11. 52—3n
MAYERS—In loving memory of our me Me
dear | daugtites, sister and mother Rta STANDARD 8 HP. X997 in good
Budora»- Mayers who died on Noven.t.r| condition. Three new tyres, new battery
18, 1951. Phone D. E. Worme 4599 ms
§ has. gone yet not forgotten
Th our memory fades and our lives
depart
Sht¢ will always be remembered in
all our hearts.
still Zresh in our memory by Lester
json), James and Edna Mavers (parent.',









18.11.52—2n

USED CARS — A fine selection includ-
ing two (2) Hillman Minx, Morris Oxford
Austin A-40, Vauxhali Velox, Ford Pre-
fect, Chrysler Windsor suitable for Hire
especially and a 1938 Chrysler Royal





Lioyd (brother), Horace (brother,| suitable for conversi
Cutaead), Lucille (sister), —-1$.11.621n | 4616, Courtesy Galas. to 1c eee
a, ——_—_—_——
FOR oe
nite eaaborecny is le
RENT ee a
~ON A PYE. Baie = 4



a ce nt

X'MAS TREE (LIGHTS with Nursery
Rhymes (12 to set) — Dial 4391 — Cour-
tesy Garage 14.11,52—6n.
Leeann

LIVESTOCK

penetra:
RACE HORSE—Galashiels, 3 year o
filly by Vmiddad (winner of the pa
Gold Cup and second in the Derby) out
of La Bora (winner and dam of winners)
by Palais Royal. Remainder of pedigree
supplied if required. Apply: Hon. V. C
Gale, 15.11,52—4n

RACE HORSAS — 2 y.o. half-bred
gelding ‘DYNAMITE’ by Colrose (the
sire of Colombus) out of Mishette, Ran
srd at the November meeting

2 y.0. Thoroughbred colt ‘NIT WIT
by Jetsam out of Quick Wit. Nominated
for all Trinidad and Barbados Classics
next year, Placed 5th



HOUSES

———_—_—_—
FLATS. ABERGELDIE—One (1) three

bedroom. One (1) one bedroom.

Apply to Mr. C. Field. Dial 4255,





18.11, 52—0n





ee a
WAY — Fully ‘urnished 3 bed-
ron hae St. Philip coast. Lighting

Watermill supply. Ca 2
Covent rooms. Monshiy ient ‘Sf aes
8 peace, here>, 1.11,52—t.1 n.

ee

ONE HOUSE-—Howell's Cross one
-onsists of latge drawing room, -
Olea : and kitchen, $20.00

f
robs) ame 18.11.52—2n.

per month. Dial 4837 5 aed
ished 4-bec-
uble Garage
plant, Water-

NEWHAVEN — pats
room ‘house, Crane Coas
3 Servant rooms, Lighting









° lus $3 y in only race

Canine eharee. iN ‘ADVANCE. Dial ee eee 18.11.5231

Holex Watches ,MACHINE—Singer Treadie Sewing Ma-

up L. MANLER (canst hehe ana
“Bolton Lane MISCELLANEOUS

AMERICAN Comics and Magazines

See us for the latest and best in Comics.
Westerns ete. Also True Story, True
Detective ete, Stanway Store, Lucas

Street, 18.11,52—1n












BOAT—21 x 7 6 Boat. “NAHLIN,”
Morris Marine Engine: Reduction Gear
hull and engine in first class order:
Ready for launching, 600 ibs, lead on
keel. Will sell in whole or engine, hull,
and lead separately, Seen at Yacht Club.
Phone Drs. Massiah or Skinner

18.11,52—6n

Sena

“CREAMOLIVE SOAP"—Through an
overstock we have had to reduce same
from 5c, to 10c., so now is your op-
portunity to buy for Kmas, KNIGHT'S
LTD. 18,11, 52—3n



INDIAN CORN
Mount Pleasant





at $5.00
Plantation,

per
St.

bushe!
James
18.11, 52—6n

rr
“PEVITONE TONK*”—For restoratior

FURNITURE
AUCTION

HAYNES COURT.
St. John.
(Near High School)

Approach op osite Colleton and



o Advocate fo., Ltd.
Representative. Tel. 3113." oe
*7.4,02—t.f.n

STOVES The f
YALOR mas ‘ny Sone
GARAGE. sm

TABLE TEN
size Painted
Phone 4868.

TURM

14.11,.52—6n
IS BOARD—One (1) ful



follow coloured road marks
Shreugh pues Hill.

“PRURSDAY, 26th NOVEMBER
wm at 11.30 a.m,
AND FOLLOWING ¥
IF NOT eOneoale

We are favoured with instruc-
tions from Mrs. H. M. BLOW to

tles,
—_—





~=16, 60016 500-16, 400—19,

Di 2696
Auto Tyre Co. i

16.11. 62—tt.n

or premature baldness, scale trritations





PYR RADIOGRAM, Oval
Dining Table, Set of Dining Chairs,





Occas, Coffee Tables, Tip-Top
os, Drop Leaf Table, Writing REAL ESTATE
s,.Trinket Table, Ornaments lathe hit aacescige
. Armehatrs, HOUSE SPOT

House

Pr: pright Chairs
(various),~ Vanity inet, Side- on Blue Waters Terrace,







































after
ah Gat pyblipation in London. Contaci

&
stand, 1 Burner
— COURTESY

ble Tennis Board with |? to 6 p.m
18.11,52—2n | ~

TYRES — Special Offer at Reduced
Truck and Car Tyres 30 x 5, 650

'

of physical energy, we recommend thi

valuable tonic. Obtainable at Knight’:

rug Stores. Price 90 c. bot.
18,11.52—3n

SUBSCRIBE now to the Daily Telegraph

England's leading Daily Newspaper now

arriving in Barbados by Air only a few

“VOSENE” for Dandruff falling. hair



oapdsete Other Kitchen Furniture,
Servants! “Beds, Chairs, & Tables,
‘itehen. Ufensiis, Tools, Cream
Vepbratoh, Several) Churns and
lik Buckets, Oil Druims, 300-400
Gale Iron” Tank, Shooting Sticks,
Razors, Eiderdowns,
an@ many other



ee

S@ASH ON THE FALL OF
HAMMER

e
AUCTIONEERS

Jonn V4. Biadon
8 Ce.

A.F.8.) F.Y.A.

PHON®E 4640
PLANTATIONS BUILDING

_———————————.



The Money Saving
Way

Popular Bureaus, Bedsteads,
i ae Washstands $9.00
MP, 0) an Flat Springs
TABLES for Dining, Kitchen and
Fancy use, Larders, Waggons, Teo



Trolleys, Sideboards — Kitchen,
c hina a eur Cabinets.

S50 ‘es $3.50 up — DRAW-
ING ROOM FURNITURE. Rush

Furniture for Little and Big Screen
Frames, Ironing and Laundering
te Beaches, Office-height

5 in wood and rush Rope
Mats $1.20 up r

See

L. S: WILSON

SPRY STREET:

99O0OGOO0OOS-

DIAI 4009



@

%
9O00OOOe





LOST

WATCH Between
City harmacy 1 ladies’ Silver Wrist
Watch Finder will be rewarded ,gn
bringing same to the Advocate Advertis-
ing Dept 18.11.52-—1n

PERSONAL |

River Road and





The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons

proach

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LOST & FOUND | Mr. Eisenhower

Is Deterniined

| To Be Friendly

AUGUSTA, Georgia, Noy, 17.
President elect Eisenhower ap-
his conference with

President Truman in Washington

tomorrow with a determination to

be friendly but made no promises

Mr, Eisenhower however much

whemanowms in my Wame as I do not} h@ may agree or disagree with

wciae ob eae fee 3e>> the Truman Administration did
any Bi ame

unless by a written order signed by me not want to become involved in

KENNETH B. GREAVES. policy decisions of out-going

Evelyn's Avenue, Democrats. Further more Mr.

St Micnce:, [Eisenhower had instructed his



18.11. 52—2n





special experts
tion of Federal power to consult

on the transi-

Wednesday’s conferences with

PUBLIC NOTICES key Republican Congressional
leaders ens one Fv Ses-

sion with nator obert A.

NOTICE Taft and Representative Joseph

PARISH OF sT. LUCY
Applications for one or more vacant
Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at the Alexan-
dra School will be received by me not
later than Saturday 29th inst. Candidates
must be daughters of Parishioners of St
Lucy in straitened circumstances and not
less than eight and not more than twelve
years of age. Forms of application must
be obtained from the Parochial Treasurer
on office days. A Baptismal Certificate
must accompany each application,
Ez,




















O. L. DEAN
Vestry Clerk,
St. Lucy

15.11. 42--n,



NOTICE
PARISH OF 8ST. LUCY

Tenders are invited for Zhe supplying of
twenty-three (23) or more pints of fres!
milk daily to the St. Lucy’s Almshouse
as from ist January, 1953.

Tenders will be received by the under-
signed up to and ihcluding Saturday 6th
December, 1952

0. L. DEANE,

Clerk to Poor Law Guardians,
St. Lucy.
15 .11.52—3n



jOTICE

THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO., LTD.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica-
tion has been made to the Directors of
the above named company by Augustus
Charles William Griffith for the issue of
a share certificate for four shares, Nos.
17539-17542, inclusive, dated 4th August.
1943, upon the statement that the certifi-
cate issued to the said Augustus Charles
Witism Griffith has lost and not
deposited with anyone as security or
otherwise, and notice is hereby given that
if within thirty days from date hereof
no claim or representation in respect o/
sven original certificate is made to the
Directors, they will then proceed to deal

with such application for a duplicate

By order of the Board of Directors.
1. H, CORBIN,

Secretary
14.11,.52—

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Marie Eastmond,







Dated this 17th cay of November 1952
To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,



granted to Owen T. .Allder in respect
of a Wall buildifig aot Waterloo Road,
Richmond Gap, for permission to use
said Liquor License at said premises
Richmond Gam St. Michael,
Dated this 17th day of November 1952,
ToG B. @ yi i"
Ag. Folice Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
CLEMENT O. NILES,
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, Distriet ‘A’ on Friday.
the 28th day of November, 1962, at
11 o’cloek, a.m,
G 8B. GRIFFITH,
Ag. Magistrate, Dist, “A.”
18.11,.52—In

airy rooms
James Street
18,11.52—6n

Police



ROOMS—Two (2) large
Barbados Bakeries Ltd.,
Phone 4758.

WANTED





HELP

EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED BOOK-
KEEPER for Limited Liability Company

13.11.52—t.f.n
IMPORTANT
CUTTER—Girl with experience, pre-
ference who know shirting, pyjamas
night gowns, dressing gowns, dresses
Apply Christ Palace, J. N. T. Chatlani,
Baxter's & Passage Rd, From
18.11.5211

} | Corner







MISCELLANEOUS

he ae



GUERNSEY ret Calf, fresh. in
milk 25-30 pts. M Rayeide No. 3, St
. | fohn, 8,11.52—2n




. Full





se] by Auction the_fine collection Shin BRA iulitelcce” opine aot in
of ble SHERYTON Nature's danger signals. re} details and price to ~ Advocate
Seriaur FURNITURE, also goo D te Veeee ral noe Nigiect Co. : 8.11.52—7n
quality Modern Pieces, ire, Piaw. |:
an cor" Household Effects at sy

aie one tape 00 US Housing Experts
vi DAY PRIOR TO AND J

= MORNING OF SALE PUHRLIC SALES

+s @ From Page 1.

perts on an inspection tour of
aided low cast housing pr-
grammes now in progress in
.|Puerto Rico and Antigua, Later
they returned to Jamaica with

thing di nt to offer,

They were both here in May this
year when they took away pleas-
ant m@mories of the island anc

were certainly giag to be back.
)

The
Thanksgiving Service
of the OHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH, Bay Street, will
be held on Thursday Evening,
November 27th, at 8 o’clock.

18.1 —3n.















Apply to P.O. Box 84, Roseau, Dominica,
B.W.T.

W. Martin jnr. He will also meet

at his New York headquarters

Wednesday with Senator Styles

oe and Senator Alexander
iley.

Mr, Eisenhcwer was under pres-

sure from séveral quarters to make
a publie statement giving support
to the present United States Diplo-
macy policy in Korea.
admitted
sages’’ to this effect at his vacation
neadquarters here.
was certain to come up at the
White House tomerrow but Mr
Eisenhower showed no signs of
being hurried into any active jcint
participation in the workings of
the Truman Administration.
preferred to operate on the simple
theory that he plainly has no au-
thority until he
January 20.

His staff

receiving “some mes-

The subject

He

is inaugurate:

Whether Mr. Truman and Secre-

tary of State Acheson cowld talk
him into a statement on Korea en-
dorsing their policies remained the
question to be answered only m
the Cabinet Room of the White

House:

SEA & AIR



Schooners:—- Philip H. Davidson,

Franklyn D. R., D’Ortac, Lady Steadfast,

shormonper Beckwith Street, nower island Star, Rainbow M., Confident LG., where the Best Books, Stationery
9 iquor cense No. 880 of 1952, }Everdene show
granted to Fitz Savoury in respect o Motor Vessel:— T, B. Radar ' and Xmas Cards are now on

a board and shingle shop in Beckles! ARRIVALS

Moad for permission to use said Liquo: SATURDAY 15TH.

License at a wooden building neq M.V. Athelbrook, 286 tons, from Trini-

Queens Street, Beckwith Street, St. [dad under Captain Williams. Agents:

Michael H. Jason Jones & Co r

S.S. Golfito, 4,505 tons,

ampton “under Captain S. Sapsworth

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” Agents: Wilkinson & Haynes Co. Ltd.
MARIE EBASTMOND, S.S. Kim, 3,058 tons, from Halitax
Applicant under Captain Hansen. Consignea’ to
N.B.—This applitation will be ton-|Da Costa & Co.
sidered at a Licensing Covrt to be held SUNDAY 16TH
at Police Court, District “A” on Friday, Sch, Island Star, 37 tons, from
the 28th day of November, 1952, at| Trinidad under Captain R Joseph
11 o’elock, a.m Gonsigned to the Schooner Owners’
G. B. GRIFFITH, Association
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist, “A.” S.S. Colombie, 7,381 tons, from Trini-
18.11.52—1n. |[dad under Captain FF, Dupont. Agents:
_—_—_— — |R. M. Jones .
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE MONDAY \1THt
*he . . Sch. Gardenia W., 48 tons, irom
The application of Clement ©. Niles, Trinidad under Captain Cc Wallace
States oe ee meee eine Consigned to the Schodner Owners: |

Association.
$8.8. Cottica, 2,321 tons, from Amster-
dam tnder “Captam N. Van Deum
pe & Sons Ltd
Ye a
Sch. Sunshine R.; for Fishing Banks.
Sch, Rebecca E. Mitchell for Trinidad.
h. Mary E, Caroline for Dominica
S.S. Alcoa Pegasus for Caripito.
SATURDAY 15TH
Sch. Marion Belle Woife for Britis.
Queen for St. Vincent
§.S. Golfito for Trinidad
SUNDAY 16TH
M.V. Athelbrook for Trinidad
Sch, Hauiet Whittaker for Martinique
M.V. Jenkins. Roberts for Trinidad
S.S,. Colombie for Martinique.
S.S. Sundial for Trinidad.
S.S. Kim for St. Vincent

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.
From Tr 3
NOVEMBER 1sTH

M. Hadaway, ¥
W. Brunner,

Stewart, ©
Cc, Menezes, ‘L

o’olive ra
Gall, H

Davidson, J. O'Keefe, J. OvLeary, M
Band and K. Marshall
From Grenada:

NOVEMBER 15TH

R. Faikner, R. Hadeed and S. Madce
From Yenesuscia:

N. Eriksson, %. Eriksson, J.
J. Ciminino, B, Cimino, M, Villamizar
N. Villamizar, E. Kauser and A. Rudzit»
From Puerto Rico:

NOVEMBER 16TH

A Payne, F. Goddard, P. Godda:
C Goddard, J. Husband, C. Thornhi!
\F. Goddard and H. Ascough

In Touch With Barbados





Coastal Station

CABLE AND WIRELESS (W.I1,) Ltc
dvise that they can now communics
with the following ships through the





ded opposit ‘ol. 1 | Barbados Const Station:—
j ’ SFittea © onal Cabinet, Rockley. Beach. "Shine B's.” Worme the team and participated in al ss. Grundsunda, wf s Bivainy 9
Fables. Che ste of Drawers —_—- he . ee ten-day seminar for Gov- | ieee ie Ne, De daivtenk: ay
S. ests . _ = niente tiller cmnadioe 5 pe . :

Beokehe'ves, Full-length Mirror, in my SALE NOTICE be pe Officials on aided self 7o omble, |= te Gulipride, #38 Adjustable Frame, Bow-Fron| ae undersigned will offer for sale by p housing, ae a eee eee ac. Aibanire;,
Inlaid Dressing Teble with Mirper ubvie comeetivoe at their office. No. 17.| Yesterday morning the experts | AA ss, Sun Francisco, |
Seeman MAHOGANY) 4 Up- @Wth day of November ‘1982 at ty . visited the Colonial Secretariet As | Hart, s.s. Pallas, s.s. Athenis,
holsteréd Easy Chairs, Occas as a going concern: EDUEWATER well as the housing scheme at the | vine x“ s Bio Tunuyan. ain. O. Paw a,
Tebles, Inlayt Cabinet, Carved H}|HOTEL, Bathahebs, St. Joveph, standin |Bay Estate and also sw @xperl~ |tipajoz. se. “Brazil, ss, Uruguay. s
are Oa Dining repie "me hotel ‘hich soniine ae ments for making blocks at the Orare, 5.5. Mormactern, 5,8. Dato
‘ ~ i : s lada, s.8. Oreste
with Brass Fert, Gate-Legged view of the incompara Bathsheba |residence of Mr. T. O: Lashl fn |<.5. Ftnefjell, s Kalla ‘
Dining Table. injaid Sideboard, |f| Zonet ond ‘is swept by the “Atlantic | Beckles Road. Later in the ee ae
‘Tea, Table. Drop Leat Table, 1 D bed ee 48 lounge and | noon, at the office of the Direetor| 5 Julian/Lrda, s.s, Ephrata Washing’)
Oak Table, Ornamental Antique {9 bedrooms, each with running water , Ju an mA. Bate ere
Git Table, Double Bed with ‘12_with toilets and baths) . ef Agriculture, they met a com- crores “i cay Rodney, 8.8;,,.DoWres.. §
Spring Wrreeens, Pr singe we Hiincthegom mans Sleettielty “and water | mittee nted by Governor | \.shavn, ss 8... Michaci/Btarg,s.s
s in . A ; P 8 é 4, 5 ‘
with Box Spr nes. Ihlatd Chest of Inspection any day by appotntment.| With Mr. M. EB. Co®, M.C.P. as corse "D ratios. 2.8. avenger,
Drawers, inisid Serving Tables, Dial 96276. Chairman, to ¢o+ te with the | Sabrina. 1 AVENE ot ne
bof ee of ee. ere For further particulars and conditions | Froysi Board in unéhing the! Bittice a “ » 8%. aay “a P.
wa 2 ‘Table ‘Lamps, Carpets & nee. Corre, CATFORD & CO. cit-help housing scheme ities Mistray 5.8. Mermimac/Kpm. ae
Rugs, Mosquito Nets, Decorated Solieitors In conjunction with their visit, | ‘ciasos/tcad, #8, HelenayBept, ©
Lp anes: Laat 4.11.62—-8n.|Mr, Hanson and Mr, Garcia said |”°U"?8"

Shae. Back “Susewnre, WEST: ,\that in addition to being of any

Ineey7Jey, Pan aaaens,, Fae 4 help they could, they were also

Large 6 ake ape nng Bs FURNISH 10 D AY dows bere to learn because tiey

ah , Kitene Tehl (Various), oun ce had so ae

Stacie Toppéd Table, Chairs, Cup- - every p

(2) two acres of land ‘at

St. Elizabeth Village, St.
Joseph.

(2) two acres of land be-
low St. Joseph’s Church.
Both beside the main road.

(3) three spots of land at
Maxwell Road, ‘Each spot
consists of 12,600 square feet.

8,000 square feet of land
at St. Michael’s Row next to
Alleyne, Arthur’s bond.

Pay a small deposit
the balance on terms.

For all

to
D’ARCY A. SCOTT

Middle Street or dial 2645

and

particulars apply







ADVOCATE

from South-!



whell, E. Leelezzio, E. Leclezzio, J
Adeyne, J. Barker, J. King, F. Law
©. Laveriek, C. Laverick, S, Belgrave,
R. Bushell) J. Bascombe, B. Hayn:
J. Belgrave, ©, Best, A. Applewhaite
ind J. Barnes

NGVEMBBR 101

J. Law, H Vanderlaan, D. Hanae
AH. Garcia, P. Thurston, M Watkin
A. Alleyne, L. Brathwaite, D. Perviv:
H. Jordan, W. Christie, L. Christie, ‘

Eriksson, .

Sheep Stealer
Gets 12 Months

@ From Page |}.

Clifford Waterman a Sanitary
Inspector of Market Hill, St
George, told the court that on

August 11 he went to his pen and
found that the two sheep which
he had there were missing. He
then reported the matter to the
Police.

The
£3 2/6.

DeLacy Jordan a butcher of
Braggs Hill, St. Joseph said that
the defendant brought two sheep
to him on August 12 and told
him that the sheep were his and
wanted ta sell them. He bought
the sheep from the defendant.

Cpl. Charles Goring said that
he took a statement from the de-
fendant at the District “B” Police
Station. The defendant read the
statement and signed it .in_ his
presence, + oe

Plane Crashes

; @ From Page 1.
of a single engine plane crash
there, were all members of one
family.

A ground rescue party Sunday
found the wreckage of the second
of two navy Corsair fighters which
crashed—almost si taneously —
Saturday night while making the
approach to Moffet Field in Cali-
fornia. Both pilots were killed.
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Barbados Turf Club SPORTS The British Race Horse NO TITLE— |

HORSES DRAWN







Pe ee eee ROUND-UP §§ ties ME NO FIGHT
[Am 90h and SnGOR. THOS SONG i ame Series Ticket No. Points Position Prizes wer upreme nee ore Says T. as
, ° olombus ss 2161 16 Ist $33,286.00 a s Turpin
Chase’s Ointment] Gercaina AA 9172 14 2nd 6,643.00 LONDON, Nov. 7. : y pm,
Super-Jet oe 2012 il 3rd Sotiae JOHNNY WILLIAMS, British By Majer GEOFFREY HARBORD
“ Oo Sa i | er Ruffles .. B 4173 10) 4th 3,916.00 Empire meoenen eae | LONDON, Nov. 15 By GEORGE WHITING
‘winkle GG 2613 10 &5 3,916.00 ma; t. the merican x : . aver PARIS.
hi wnnb Abu-Ali oo 2434 - - py tr} 7 Harringay on Decem- Flat racing ends today and on the whole it has been a Randolph Turpin, of Britain,
j | Non Sam m a 5} . 1,958.00 ber 10. Layne will prove a a@ very satisfactory season. We have at least turned the tables and Charles ones,
‘ nm Prix i 7th, 8th & 9th 1,958.00 nut for the British champion ; naw in i 000 ineas ®8reed here to-day that, if Sugar
You pay no more Tama St R 262 3 iGehe) emk He hes fought all the bea on the French, whose ru ay win in the 2, Guineas fay ‘lietienon i a if ee

foreshadowed a bad time for us. It was their one classic

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of France,
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Seventy Two (72) Other Horses @ $271.94 Each Jeruny Joe Waloctt lx motte cae, (thes inipattaat cous Uiihizmetet dash; ana C. Senin Uiie encakmera Wo Otoe
e atte won e only ’ . 0 world, e—
GREATER A 2703 Champagne II X 4093 The Thing title. fenion promoter Jack to go abroad was the Champion despite weight difficulties, showed sue fight, vs
B 2176 Firelady z 4 le Surprise Solomons has already offered him Stakes, won by Dynamiter, the his excellence in combination Humez wants the bout to be in
EXPERIENCE 7! oe oe oe r ue Nelly terms, and is awaiting Layne’s pest mile-and-a-quartér horse in with Tulyar. Paris. Turpin, represented here
; c cone ae Princess AA 5766 Mrs. Bear reply. If he refuses, Solomons purope. While apprentices so often at a dawn conference by manager |}
c eee cre ul Aumie AA 2390 ll make alternative offefs to “The French have a remark- disappoint as soon as they lose George Middleton, says he is not }
3 1 ieee ane BB 1 ae Panerd Charles, or Harry Mate 44), poor vintage of classic their allowance, J. Lindley, J. 2 ae where they i
i thews. ‘ three-year-olds this season, and Bunker and Swift should Pitch the ring.
D 1021 cooeee cc in the Air Cycling: with the exception of Tulyar make first-rate jockeys. So Paris and London have now
Ber! Filmbrok ee feu Sat rE, Sete wot sur vee Mah a ROE a ge Os a al SE eet a ag
3095 Vecti . racing cyclist who won the Tul covered w t allowances, has great ssi- . ;
‘ P ry Sean's Ge Ee 8863 nee 14 Tour of Britain, last week flew piory “winning over all distances bilities. = oe - of the bids depends} }}
F 8563 Devil’s Symphony DD 9587 to America to compete in the ¢om seven furlongs to one and My Twelve to Follow have not palsic a, ph By FR)
of F 9421 Fred rick @ Great mM o108 Nit-wit : on oe 276 Son, tives es 14 three-quarter miles and £75,000 worked out well, I am afraid. dens White City ‘or Baris "Court.
F 9421 Frederic rea EE 4 it coverin, ’ miles, involves My own t horses — “ed
9925 French Fluther oF 1930 First Admire days cycling, rlus two days rest, Stes aa to assess Celebrate should certainly ose, Possibly historic decis-
H 3582 Stirling Dawn GG 9290 Rambler Rose it from Mexico City 0M y,rough such an unknown quam- have won four races between ions, plus a mass of
1 2799 Sea Foam GG 8765 Poplin November 29 and it looks like pro- (: Time, whom he nar- them had they bee ious to ona, Speculations,
1 5213 Vigilant GG 8784 Wonderful viding the riders with a breathing ad oar twice ‘but. probably Wee te ee ae hee ee ae
that’s one reason why (J = 6572 Blue Grass Tl $385 Piamond Queen problem. For on i aving the city j..q some reserve in hand. The . Manchester November American negro. A most i
this girline has been = {i fii Tkeodions RK 7886 Pepber Wine low 5.000 hentia skates Uae In the King George VI and Handicap is usually run in win, if I may say so—but more of |}
“first choice” of interna- = 8189 Cross Bow LL 0801 Nefari to 10,000 ft. Nearly 200 riders wil Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ashes Ceety SHE ee iiption tS elikes
tional travelers for nearly L 6147 Mary Ann LL 6803 Gavotte compete, including competitors err a sicaner Le Sege st Findemia, who won i . essily
@ quarter of a century. L 1153 Harroween LL Magic Gaye from ance, Canada, Mexico, £00d handicappe’ ami“s, toro Maas aac Genk Was whispered
Q 6228 Yasmeen MM 8865 Galashiels Italy amd the United States. Steel weight for age over one ¥ £0. I
e 4 : for it, put himself out of court ringside
Q@ 0986 Street Arab MM 3772 Illusion is heading a British team of four, half miles. ; Be i :
EW YORI [3 '34) ficier Dior EY Bat Blue Bamana mma ter a axe iy, rin, she ba yrds © SF Le yh Pl te Hg stingy sd
0332 Betsam mure Bevis Wood and Ian Greenfield, stick to measure Tulyar's ‘ i ke
. is
Non-stop service by the luxurious |R 9028 Chutney NN 81438 Fille d’Tran There seems no reason why he Knock Hard, a most versatile our own Jack Solomons, w
Sree | a ee os BHR Peete ag aye gone OSTow cur, 4 Sietgitin Rien nt hin on Lietnal’ cof to Die hina's ond Ne pocket fll of omen
popular, morey-saving ; r Grass yi rago ’ a orses up to give himself a ‘ is : s
a T 4003 High and Low PP 2117 My ea if soccer tournament to mark om nani great chance, a It 1 aa “a gave me the
V 2470 Jolly Miller QQ 5884 Colleton Coronation celebrations, will If his colours are to be lowered Solar had a most unlucky ride pias 4% a Sded that "¥- ; ———
rE U R eo P E W 5426 Battle Line RR ae Mr, Friendship be staged in Glasgow next May. jt must be through the agency of last year and I put the ra¢e be- eonkt reg poo = Date handy,
bl X 9339 Aim Low SS 2512 Cavalier Fight clubs will compete, qa three-year-old in the King tween these two with a slight cou Turpin and Humez ever
Ragiles servieg giant deobie- C 8525° Jinx (Consolation Horse) Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, George VI Stakes, the Eclipse, or preference for Solar, knowing he get down to cases
ae dae, 2 hee, : . Manchester United, Newcastle Hossibly the Prix de l’Arce de loves the deep going. “Manager Middleton remarked
Eni orares i England, Tee The Barbados Fur Club. United Glasgow angers, Clas; Triomphe, ag much better “LES. only that his mission te Paris nad
i jo Ah ” ae ey e have no nm unsuccessful, umez
Sean hen Becreary. the seo Logue and the Sot jot of stars than for Sgn wan awry tron tad an ha
5 P , 3 years. Il, astern - T i i b
393 SERIAL PRIZES @ $9.96 EACH or Nera winning the heagat or C en Stir Nephew, Medway, Combermere ene 4 glad to knoc
Sup, t runners up wi in- r . ; ;
Venezuela Ticket No, 2161 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Gib, MS sontor oion will be Blarney Stone, and Souepi raake . cumdiecar Pacis Catlin Caen
Frequent flights to all main cities |S TU V WX YZ AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL on a knock-out basis, and will © formidable team. Beat L @ _—smattters until November 15. It is
by ewift Convair-type Clippers. | MM_NN 00 Prd in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Commence on May II, with the On his Yorkshire Cup running cn that date that Sugar Ray Rob-
RST UV WX ¥ Z —— BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL pen witt a or nant, aie and Ceracewtich win Flush Royal a o-day friendly fixture ‘780 the world champiert, hes to
e Ps " ; ust join company. ma up
MM NN OO PP QQ RR —~. will be their own property. Fifty between a Comber: XI and ;
2 ; ) . We are short of mile-and-a- : mere na intends to put on boxing boots
You ean now “fy PAA” almost any- |p ST UV WX ¥ ZAA BB ¢ DD BE FP GG HH it JJ. KK Li, ber cent of the receipts willbe yalf Cup horses, Tulyar, Zucc- 9, Combined First. and Second again or stick to the soft shoes
—in fact, to 83 M NN P RR SS divided between the King George jero, and Gay Time seem to be Division Lodge School team, gemanded by floor-shows.
colonies on six continents. MM Neko N dingo A —-CDEFGHIJKLMNOP.Q VI Memorial Pund, and the Na- the only three and Gay Time is Which opened November 8 was ;
RSTUV W X ¥ Z AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH IJ JJ KK LL tional Playing Fields Association. jetter at a mile and a quarter. Saar last eee, and re- Enough Stalling
"or rumotiong we MM NN OO FP QQ RR 886 Boxing: At tis distance HLV.Cy Richer {led in & win, fon Combermere | 16 be says, eit sil 8 boxer
Travel Agent or P JAKE TULI, the Zulu @y- 22d Rawson are all very good “combermere had put up 405 th h ill b
Ticket No. 2613 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ Y ’ u *Y- horses. Then Lucius, receiving m , ad put up then I hope some means will be
c DD —- HH Ul JJ KK LL weight, hag announced that he . for seven wickets declared on the found to make him practice what
MM N 00 PP QQ Ress’ . = will give the purse money from wee et aan first day and on Saturday bowled he promises, We have had enough
worse: Ticket No. 2434 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ his fight at Nottingham on De- leallig & trod out Lodge for 109 and 82 in their stalling from Sugar Ray,
most oxpessenese . IRS TU V WX Y ZAA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH I JJ KK LL cember 1 to the widow of Honore and Tudor Castl liaiat ah! ahmadle first and second innings re- What did we learn here from
SS annus MM NN —— PP QQ RR SS. . Pratesi, The former French fly- _ Tudor Castle is best at a “spectively. watching Humez belabour the tall
a Ticket No, 9901 in Series + BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ weight champion died last week n fact he is the best we bom ” Bowling for Combermere R.and dreamy-eyed Hairston? Not
RST UV WX ¥ Z AA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL following his fight with Tuli at | Two-year-old fillies, rightly, 1 C. Branker took 7 for 43 in the a lot—except that the Frenchman
AN ERICAN MM NN OO PP RR —. the Empress Hall. Tuli, who is think, fill the places of honour in two innings combined, F. Lash- can wax exceeding busy with a
Horo Ticket No. 9 in Series ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ ¢geeply religious, collapsed on Major Long's two-year-old handi- ley 5 for 42, L. Williams 4 for left hook to the body, that he
Aiauars RSTUVW XY ZAA BB CC DD EE FF GG HH It JJ KK LL hearing the. news of Pratesi’s cap. Whistler, King of the Pudors, 37 and H. Alleyne 3 for $6. Bat- leaves himself wide open in so
—— — death, and then prayed for an Pinza, Novarullah, an earula ting for Lodge C. yside top- doing, and that his penchant for
ee eae MM NN 00 raat in auico ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ hour He has cancelled his fight are the best of the colts, scored with 37 hitting 8 low punching would have earned
Broad Street — Bridgetown ee U xY¥Z B CC DD BE FF GG HH I JJ KK LL with Vie Herman, which was to 1 like Nearula, Pinza and boundaries. him immediate disqualification in
Phone 2122 (After business hour 2908 | iF tw OO PP QQ RE SS. have taken place at Belle Vue, Novarullah in that order, and can England
a ave taken ace a e ue, Ov. e
*TM RRO., PAA, ING The Barbados Turt Clb is Manchester, & ‘Noveniear 14. see no reason why on perform- The fight wee Ey —
“a v nce and bi they should thing a pantomime. . me
Secretary. Tennis: Be aay. pending Seer Past Beat Present Pecqueur, the referee, not, only
E, & O.E. . DR. J. C, GREGORY, captain allowed Humez u ted licence
FREE of the British Davis Cup Sake The fillies are a charming lot, At Foundation in the matter of low punching
, Man: ht this year, is to receive a special) and those who saw it will not and arm locking, but spent e
LAWN TENNIS: slaug er award «from the Lawn Tennis forget the duel between Bebe The Annual match between intervals remonstrating
Writer’s Association of Great Grande and Tessa Gillian in the Past and Present pupils of the Hairston’s manager about
: : From Page 5 Britain for “outstanding services Cheveley Park Stakes, Foundation School was held at ‘llegal use of grease on the head.
Hynam Loses To to game in initiative shown Then there are the lovely the School grounds on Thursday A Few Tips
member exactly how long after. in leading the Davis Cup side at Neemah, possibly the best of all,

and resulted in a win for the Past
ON ALL SIGNET by the narrow margin of six runs.
Batting first the “Present” were

all our for 75 runs, Skipper Mike

Poor Pecqueur, in fact, just had
to remonstrate. Officials of the
‘French Boxing Federation ran
ebout ordering him to do so at the



He gould not remember Mr. Craigg
telling him that he would have to
get khaki clothes to go, under the

Belgrade” Gregory, who is 48, and Nectarine, who made most of
went to Belgrade as non-playing the running to win easily over
captain, But Geoff Paish, Britain’s seven furlongs at Newmarket.



Worme In Singles

Rings, Identity

car, but he was able to examine No. 2 player, and partner to Tony Wilna and Bluefin will be very £Velyn, opening batsman, carry- tcp of their voices.
Br: The opening match of the series|it well enough without going Mottram in the doubles, was in- t ing out his bat for a top score of Mr. J, Onslow Fane, boss of
acelets, Compacts of invitation tennis matches took | underneath it, fast, but never more than
Lockets, & Identity Rings

40. E. Jones was next best bats-
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Bowling for the “Past’? Noel
Harris bagged seven wickets for
12 runs in 8.2 overs while Louis
Talma captured 2 for 17.

In their turn at the wicket the
Past scored 81. G. B. Clarke top-
scored with 24, while Harris scor-
ed 19.

our own Board of Control was
present and doubtless picked up
a few tips on how to keep hesi-
‘ant referees up to scratch.

If Hairston, as is claimed, is
one of the top American middle-
weights, then the rank and file
must be a pretty lifeless lot.
Turpin would beat him: in three

younds.—L.E, 8.

place at Woodside yesterday af-| He was sure that the nut to the
ternoon, Dennis Worme beat ‘W. ae rod was still on the rod.
“Pony” Hynam 6—2, 6—0, in two| He would not have had to go under
straight sets in the singles match,|the car to see wlgether that was
still on. Lf that had come off while
This afternoon Trimingham and | the car was on the car would
L. St. Hill meet Dr, Charlie be have .wobbled, ms hed a off
ic Taylor in the Men’@ a had nm pulled to one
Seteee” re on, of the road, the driver would
have been unable to get the car
to the other side.
driver of a car five foot six
inches would about four feet,
six inches from the gutter, He had

jured. Gregory took jis place, sprinters.
and, “with Mottram, “won the | think that next seagon we
doubles match after a ue shall have the best iot of three-
which went to five sets. Awa ~
to the best playenram the year ono old fillies seen for a long
again went to Tony Mottram and Gordon Richards remains the
Mrs, Jean Walker-Smith. unassailable jockey once again.
Of the older jockeys, D. Smith
and K. Gethin have been riding

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ao ee LOUIS L. BAYLEY the’ road to see what the driver Yous persuasion by the club, ang
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‘verandah of the
when the accident eccurred. He
}saw the motor cycle and the car
comming eon Speightstown side to-

prominence when playing for the
Royal Navy and Devenport Ser-
vices. Since then his rise to the

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Ww igetown. e car was top wae been oe, This
travell: at about miles an season playing for Llanelly he!
hour ling about 40 behind has scored 83 points in 10 games. . (rik WHY ARE WE
\ the motor cycle, ‘ HEMMING AND HAWING

After he heard —L.E.S, 5 con eel RR
the crash he went and saw the le ee ee eee eee >< ABOUT WHO CAUSED THE
: ACCIDENT
W.I. Boxers Get

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children lying on the ground. P INSURANCE
There hed oon ne vain that day. COMPANIES ARE BETTER ;

Cross-examined he said that the i HEELED THAN FORT KNOX:
picture shown him did not repre- A Night Off LET'S GIVE THE PLAINTIFF
sent how the casuarina trees at the : Burue CAN'T SEE 500,000 AND THEN WE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ONDON, Noy. 17.
West oe boxers Yolande

an Hector C ice
re aa} and Noel Reid Gramle

side of the house were at the time THE CONNECTION WHEN CAN ALL GO HOME»
HE'S

of the accident,

He said in reply to Mr. Walcott’s
ade: 4 that the picture was taken
the day after the accident that it
was a true ees.

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Though . trees formed @ ringay Arena tectieren event

ly ware the hedge wes thick, he Instead they will have a night/off.
AND Hk REPLIES ... id the ear and motor

eycle 'y were coming te- Pompey'’s, intended opponent

wards . He had no idea how American Jim Slade has injured a

far the car M-691 travelling at the
speed it was travelling would have
gone in a second, The car could
have been going slower than 50
miles an hour. .

shoulder and so promoter Jack
Solomons has cancelled the whole
programme, Slade and Pompey
were to have topped the bill.
“This is the first time I have

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