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P4GF. EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, IN* WI In Good Position In Game With Kent Gomez Again Bals \\ ell On Way To Second Century W.I. 265 and (for 5 wkli.) 130 KENT 146 CANTERBURY .>. i r \OIES led Kent by ll nil >: tiniMd licK'i Ui-d.i\ %  H st'Jicd i:W for the loss of 5 wn I the drawing ul stum ps. Gome/ played another .IrrlinK .iii. for hi* teau SCORED 1,000 RUNS Swonlfish, Barracudas Score Wins go rillas playing with COHIJTS V. %  | by Swordllsh lour goals lo love in thoit Water Polo fixture M Barbados Aquatic Club vestcrday In the othi Barracudas won the i against Police thrN SjQtfal to one Police h. fl re rnarknul.v fine It was the tea wa ver down plfiv cum icier ib y at times The matd n fweavnah. I. Bontla. %  ah played with Billy (MUD %  ;, •eason. but a v.r -, % %  p player ne> C lay began Billv aoorad with a Bl I . : ., h %  WUBg HWilV Into the right hand comer of beating goal' H %  if time found (he i,aimed Ai the re-start of the game Geoffrey Foster in the Swordfish forward line made his team two up with %  well placed shot TV" Hlefcay Jordan took over and %  cored two more goals, although he could have %  cored more had hi* shot* been accurate This mad* • goals to love Alberl W> in goal for Bwordflah wan again in nod form good tries from ihe Bonita forward \i h.'ir.Karl i. 3. fol'ee The Poll" II able to battle with the louith •en beiur than th. ii all and although Tai Fit iti %  coring for B come bad I colours Dun..hi Hit.!. Dtntn in > 1 ul shot i waj line. This lm-.di-i.tall> was the first KO.II ...at Mice have %  cored fa I aach mates marks a steady lipprovanienl i.u this teams part. Midway in Uu Geoftrey Jordan t>l Swordlisb %  warn through M good pal i III Oil Hie wing ami HI goal luunbat two. %  imcuJai again attacked but ib Police back Una, i-nuis Dodsoii V. Phillips and M Pranblfn were, Bi % %  i i .-... Uiau fjoal keeper V Hal 11 many that looked I.I. j Portai Bklppet and newcomer II Allejmc %  1*0 played a wrj aj i and il w-.-i: no! until the last few seconds of the cudas scored their it.iiil goal ii. %  PorUllo netl %  . which Boalkeepei Harris s. 1.r I iiot Into tii" open %  : i \ n 1' %  : Tinlearni were:— Krdii-h : A Waatharhead (Caul), N PortlHo, M Ji rd B. G.IkeK I i M Fit/ gerald and c. F Buniuo M Foster, (Captl, B. Patterson, it Fcldman. T Yearwood. J (".race A T.iylo, and O Julius-"" Barraradaa: 1' Hi oh C Evelyn. P Fletcher. H Pvrea, ated the cloe H Portlllo. E. Jolinson Jordan. Police : Mi Porter. R Allevne. I.. Dodso p| M Kr.inklyn in 1 Next Thurtdi be—Flyln Fish va, Barraendas and Police VI Snapper*. W F. b Shoot Tomorrow There will be u practice shoot for members of the BRA. at thu>morrow, September 2. at 130 p.m. The shoot will be over ranges 300. 500 and WO yard? Members are requested to make a special effort to turn out in good numbers. Pla, /asantina look I < 1 %  %  ;ppad put; i i 0 trace of .erves against Gwimg of pierra sad left arm lows of Valent i limed •*,. %  Hi.v.. itunatc bowai I dged a ball olf the insniv atfaa of nil bat just pas' With live a' %  for 4 wickeLt. Cowdray lost • ball after' the re umption. Ha lurnc-i Oonai lo leg and tried to sneak two run* but Trestrail from BM k %  ; tnockad OOWn the middle stump with an excellent tin. Cowdray rouiri ":Mst traveling Mink Walcott fell ••' the game total and six runs later Trestrail was bowled by Martin. The West Indies had lost 4 wickets for 22 runs and %  t taa were 28 for 4 with Gomez and Waastaj ai tinwicket*. Alter Tea The pitch was not quite so difficult after tea and the West %  •• .vicket By the .lost thai were 130 fo5 lead of 241*. Martin %  HI) made an occasional Both li ine/. who had bee mtsM-.l at slip I. : and Weekes, had 'o fhow more caution than UBUrl. Another kicker saw the end <>' ught at backw.ii.i ahorl leg, and half Ihe West In. were out for 51 G.nvi %  %  ..:by Union toui h won maui an extent Uu** %  i ..jor nat hit ami want Ml to Australia to Tatl matcb : ora Dominion hearts. W : We ware uakad b) 'he it ertefcat, which is the i of thing lhat could t.-ippen |j u> ina ft I h .\.had lb ii behind to beal H of ihe ataadj regular Inl l to Aii .ti i ii from Will. Hi %  been III nd lo beat the Aussie*. and oear e old igh li. ll with the o/i i i r Wlnt an*i I eh %  | p >t • il Tulkinu rant got a boxer tut (nan nobody Ajatrlcai j when Kiev talM ll %  by killing Bntisii chances oi I world heavy weight title for years lo come. We have Dal Rees up : them all the time and ready to gel in there noun-winning at the drop of I hat with that character Bobby Icke Gf South Africa holding the fori i ratty well unUl Dai. or some ea character, is ready. Let's face it. We are ready now lo get back on the sports map ol the world The pooh are as full of potential swimming chamIna disused old mansion hill Of '.ater-lilie*. and ihe European Games in Brussels v. ill show us a few British win*. %  i >rr>. Anyhow, gel behind our othllva them a pu-h all of them Joe Still Has The Best Sock By Ul ustdllV -! % %  ..I llor Milwsukee Srrsslael) • l.mii. Heamon Vrteraa turner for Joe Louis haa no dauM ateai Use Brass lemb%  ra .blilly to recain the lieav>uriglil liUe In his rmmuback In hi 'uUul rriss-rd Iharles. He-aleroaer 27. la New Vark. MILWAUKEE. Wis. ine ol Joe lxiuis* closest and nost resj.iIN Manna? %  mruoi'. his trainer for 12 years. Whether on tour or in actual raining, Seamon has always bean .vnh Louis — sometimes counselling, sometimes framing, and, aa BA puts it, "sometimes being a r.hoiogisl." Seamon is highly enthusiastic stout Louis' decision to com* out ol retirement and seek bis old ncivvweighi title against Erzard Charles. Ihe NBA champion, in Now York's Yankee Stadium. September 27. Tbe trainer says. -Joe is going to fool a lot of .i ii>lc WDO consider him an old man at 3. He's been sticking lo Ml light business without interruption. He always talks righting. lies lots of road work and acts like a fighter all the time. I knew Ji>would make a comeback long 1 remember after he knocked oul Pal Valentino in Chicago last IVrembar. Joe talked of a comebaca. And then, alter hi* extubi00 tour. 1 was positive" Seamon says he and Louis dis* % %  -wi a coma-back nuuiv times. The way he worked in the riogl around the country proved inwas serious," Manoie points oul. "He just couldn't stay on UM sidelines mucb longer. As bus friend—not a uackslapper or flatterer--I always told him 1 waj sure he could lick any heavyweight in the world." At his preliminary training camp in West Baden, Ind.. Seamon has Louis up every morning HI 6 am for road work. At 10 he has breakfast—a normal, big hieakfasi but substituting tea for (offee Then golf, a large dinner —steak, chops or nsb, but oo starchy foods—and lo bed by 10. "Joe weighs around 222 pounds now." Seamon says, "and we're pointing for between 214 and 217 for the Charle* flght. "Joe's really serious about regaining the title. 1 would say right now that he has as much -; eed in his legs as he ever had. lie was always a fast puncher and still is "No. I don't worry about Joe looking bad against anyone. He still has the best sock m the lus.ness remember that!" —INS. TALKING OF PRINTS WE HAVK SOMK NICE . ENGLISH PRINTS H Suitable (or .. BATH SUITS HOUSE COATS %  nd KEOUI.AK SHOPPING DBESSKS 3S" Wide — Guaranteed Ft Colour.. Mc. — lc. — Me. — 7e. — *e. per Yard CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10. 11, 12, 13. Broad Streel I'Wl I • W**W.V,VMWW.V/M'W*m K VQ& TDRISTAS y m „ % aaaaasgna I %  Talk ul n.Town A Grand Dance H">o*oiad by i SA-:i. I'lNliliHu At C.ODIKFY WjrTlN ITI--VII On -Atl'lHAV. LTm SITTIWBI.R I9S0 Al Th I'HSll'SS Al.K'F. PAVILION AdmbAlon: •ifc^Ts :,' UAUiaa i i ... by Mr Co* Allpyna** Oirh*arn Bienvtnida Cordial Nuestra casa cfrece todas las elegancias en trajea de primera clase SeAoras y Seuores put'dur. veslirse r:'ipida y cdmodamvnte. Por que no aprovechar esta oportunidad ? 1'onemos siempre los mejores materialtfs iiv'eses al me jor precio. Todo cs moderno y muy sntisfaclorio. Sobretodo nuestra casa cstii egpecialmenlc equipada paia hacerles sus trajes segun sus deaeos. Sus amigoa en Barbados son :— C B. Rice Y Cia Sastres de Primera Clase Bulton Lane & Victurta Street. Bridgetown. BOWRANITE ANTl-COIUtOSIVE PAINT %  d Steelwork cunnut corrode beneath a coat ol lIOWItAMTIa. Proof against heat or coid, ttae COfEQgivt) alrol In:; cities, salt spray ami sea-water. BOWRANITK Iv fMsffinMrm, shipping lines, dock authorities. and public and industrial contractors everywhere. voi' SIIOI i II i si: IT. TOO TIIUKII. ilesible. yet non-cracking. BOWBANITE U made in many attractive shades. BARGAIN SALE AT TH£ VARIETY SANDAL SHOPPE CENTRE BROAD STBEET FOR lO IIWS O.M.I Beginning FRIDAY lit September To MONDAY lltli Inclusive We are oHering a moat Valuable Selection ol Goods al Smashing Prices Come one and all and see these Bargains for yourself Here are a feu items mentioned: SHOES FOR LADIES „ New Buck and Suede All luUun. and Formerly 17 aa Now rolna at at.08 LOCAL MADE SHOES la Psleal aad Wkile Formrrl)S7.ae Now gauuj al .. tt.ltl LEATHER PLATTElT^fNb COURT SHOES wlih Herb All rrloun and Thcyll Do Ic Every Time >,-. %  -,-. DsJEVER NOTICE' lNTUEB6 ( >DMy HOTF.L KfTOJENS THE CHEFS ARE AiLUTTlBSAHHY 6UYS — LEATHER SANDALS in Pateal. White. Brown Ciuanintefd Workmanship. Formerly S4 *0. Now going at |] U ELASTIC In white only. 12 yards for 3 cents. GENTS 1 LATItm SANDALS la brown white AU slsea Forarterly UU New gaiax a t M M FELT AND STRAWnSATS. reduced frosa S3 ,i) ta ll H It A HUM, TRL'NES. New goirut al half prle* r.IRLS' SHOES. formerlT 14 11 Now gelnr at SS.50 see pair LEATHER SANDALS^ in sH oolours and slses New gain* at $2 40 per pair. COTTON ANKLETS Plain and coloured borders. Ail aisea. Only 1 per pair HANDBAGS In black eai> with long streps, fa IT SI Hi New -Mar at SI 50 each KI HtllK SHOES rleariac out at 2/per pair. HOYSSHOES AND SANDALS, going at reasonable Prices BOTH' *i SOCKS formerly OS cents Koine at 00 rents pir pair



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I Rill U Mill MHHi I 14,11 ll.\Kn.\IM>< AllVIM Ml PACK TIIKIT WOMAN'S CHANCE KXPEUMINI SAVES BOV By CHftPMAN PINCHER * 11 j two-year old boy by a I • • wa; dying Ul hospital of tul nlngttt* drag •triplomyclii M tru*in two i u D effaet So !)• lit* I south thought *he nent No; %  beojl.t :' IO |ft might in %  %  •iwrculin i is a IXHAJI. set fife Ov I l>i Smith n %  i %  to til i '. WHO tWT I suirwd to talk. And a fpcond feuo* ..! ip lor iii5 %  %  II W UM So Dr. 8n %  I 17 tlOM' DrOSpeC* I hopeless. II \ i The resumption was ordered by union lenders aftei Parliament %  %  %  %  %  Toll ended the transport criats that disrupted many Tnduatriea, -iiouaands out of employment and caused loss ol pariahrha Aral b ex peeled to start running this morning, and -mmpassenger H Mo %  Ihl afu'tiioon. —Reuter. Passports To Red Countries Restricted CANBERRA. Aug. 31. Australia to-day restricted the i..imports for travel to Communist countries Immigration Minister Harold Holt announced that this. restriction would be affective for 12 months, lefa tha iH.sitn.li would be reviewed. ii u-.i th;it if an applicant should giv. a M ain l I ui i i. led as a security risk, his ease would be considered on its merits. —Reuter. France May Extend Mililar\ Service PARIS. Aug. 31. Fitni b. newapap •ast that Prance would follow lead In exU tiding mlllarvid A Kight-Wini: lender reiterated Small sacrl%  %  greater sacrifices In the future." La Flargo said: 'The Attlee Government's plucky gesture—they did not fear io with -1 i.il promises %  the comforting sij;ns of tlie awak%  ning i the 'V'"tern i 1 similar decision will soon Impose itself upon our country —Reuter. l.UNDON A in--. .'. ii. And the %  bike them *ed. %  |i %  %  %  ind tin'H China i South' %  masses of tpbu pei pb afore l*. 'u out omcuiwton, their leauk • natural result or their past. They tense aometlmt ow they acted ind Pftl granted ... frien.N. Threatened DM I %  once, do IbtRI Irving to look ut llic %  i PaJdaUn and to be an%  ol on alii. %  Socialist Sixth of the World" The aimavii nailer ol the h %  aned by certain mints in India -happily not dominant at tha moment. Hie largest part of bar on Indian incursion Into the remain i I Mate "i Kashmii IUI.M from Mcacow, row M %  1 rw -ii" llul eom%  Communist, M %  %  i India might not b %  . %  point is u-t. in K %  d Worth. %  ,i .. nii rtruj aV with India Ul which lOKI Can be no comproml %  Ived In any part K Periln'ipaa thouM i" I ba taken becai ber el tha '!' %  %  • . .. Pakistan ved in the te woMd. W< %  I %  %  I i.sou mil* i alwaya contrive to main' II quo—th ; To do thu dU muat ri-main ai %  i i menu u,t the dtratoptnant ol %  KtknaUim In Asia. She cannot tun her back on nation Who Are Our Friends? By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS aliam tin %  %  :. !. -1. . ,| ;,. Austral a to the aaa -. . c.l .,( %  i I towards rubber oU, .( luocaad m %  vac-hint; the Indian Ocean—only ilth bet iiiihiiinv. not IA.II b. -than ail ehai v Ceylon Ii : %  t Pakistan dim t nUnui to f-l itli iustifl^at. .,. peace la loat. All tru a geu;ne nationalist thai I hopaa oi Aaian neutrality lo keep I in Asia decides w fururesniee on the Secuntj Council Uw i ,, U a?. arivanee eve:, I "' ivith Lommunism-the Commupushing her neighbour—will To Mimmuns, find, mu nistj taking control u in [ndoaide, then the alwidTpp China — then Phkistan cannot political stability of South Aa Utord to 'ight that movement WI.I be complete lor if r .-eatcst Moslem stato m tne uern world turns its Tne armies ol PaklaaU and back, ft moment, on nationaliBdll i Hair In lfaahmlr ism m t. nd the hgl aa shoulu detarmlnai if Aian peoples it "y to look at tl is lost. Its tig* is gone. Its world from tlie angle < Centmi SIIHTUI But she needs is ;M leaal Ba much committed :i'"' %  rubber, and a way to the sea. India to "eeulrality" In the Itig '-hi II in Uu Middle Baal, nibbei bruggle In the tropic*. \t (I r.m.j s b> H H....I Vrl...|l>: .i miles |H-I hour Raraimler <4 ami M^ftg, <3 p.m ) 19 ttU the gradual economic systems towards, tha Bowartara m Kaahmir pm opportunity. A p.i e*l frontier, between two COUAinaa Ixtth anxious for support from a Big Power, means thai Hi; i of BUPporl lir- lo one side and then to the other I'II' %  %  %  ii li'lllin i.ition of their atratci %  %  %  %  ha i D ommon ii io undei a rit the Ii i The leaders of Pakistan tfld ..f 11. %  t ountrie and India might study how useful the ptnj t the Kreml I ^ith India •tha oniv cojntry In the Security Council, not oi ('ommunisl persuuslon. that voted Off UU ndntaaaton ol Coin munis: China. Her ;.tiitu'.lc QaTMnly needs 'o inuntlerstood. It should nol !e dismissed The new countrL's "t Asia atai ullwn and independence of "Westem lmperialism" and suspect the US Opening a new era as a .successor to European colonial „ I They regard the attempt, P owcr ln Wes,ei %  •'. the West lo make them Allies aitainst Communism aa a beguiling snare back to their past. Hence Asian neutrality liiiiitiet between Eastern Germany ud Poland II lo the I I disputed frtmtier; (iermnn has lieen, ami -1il 1 can h'. moved to passion a: the Injustice of the loss of lier rich Eastern Territories. The only power that can iirant back her losses Is the Soviet Union. Similarly Poiantf naOODa] interest in keeping hai German BOD> bltaa that she should be %  %  • EuHBia D the mdual absorption ol Poland In the Soviet orbit. No Polish poUUeal part} could naglacl the alliance with MOMCOW %  liatl'-ll" i And tinCommunlsU. (in iwr only %  tanall uunonty In Poland) could argue tiiat thay, and they alone would keep friendship with Russia anil assure I ijsavsaiun In the cities (otiiuiu called Brcslau and Stettin That disputed frontier has given Huaaia absolute |>ower In Poland and aarlfftTfl her political domination in East Germany—it may yet be .sed as a promise to give her Germany. BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. NOTICE The Key What la being called 'the Indian \ ton i>oint" is the key io the political struggle agali I in Asia—but that must not mean % % %  hi'-t.i .,1 .tie ; .iitli courting Her attitude to Asian nationalism. to Russia and to iho Chinese People's Government u, shared by Pa k istan, by Indonesia, (another Moslem country), by Burma and MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM OUR LATEST ARRIVALS AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!! Consider How The situation nus certainly not advancod so far to disaster in th" • ub-continent of India. But :.,IIK before temptations to toy with the bait of Soviet support grow stronger the UN* ranru and India ahould be eon --Tirsg how Russian state S i Dion II not Interested in furthering the .laims of Pakistan agains' India — or Indian amblUoni against Pakistan. The Sovirt Union is Intereated u doi both countries in finding a way Television Helps Patients %  %  ... %  %  %  %  %  %  hope, will help in. %  th. sTaab B > i %  in n liabilll %  i "Some ol tha %  'Most of tlie %  %  %  %  i : %  %  %  i* a close i N a %  Russinn Protest Rejected %  i i Ru-1 lo UH nd th it %  I ities win'i .nid th< reign Oft. e uler it T • ted -Reel.' -For #f// a hitv MhiH*n-*£rS White vhoc*. to paw muster i Q m company, must be spotlaaa, immaculate. Use Prtkpatti W Of 1'ion.Tts BssawUaa, No %  ing buic that v.hnc ihoaa an •ssstv/ I'ltoi'i Id s MII H litre £ u/nr i. HINDI iron lit ( HMMi .'* Spout* MOVXZS ARE BETTER THAN EVER. EMPIRE THEATRE GALA OPENING TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30 & CONTINUING 1 l.n-ul Svfii^lur Hit hy th< Pruduvi fiDftWfoT / S////<.IIH itaaaThi runt aaw available ai I taaall gUtf BBSI II niK'essarT to shed tnart it inler'-i 1 durlne HM ml ''-v m.nilhOiir Consumers, are askeil In ro operate hv exer.NInc the a lw aal eeaaaaai I" ihe use of Deetrtetty, aarfarwarl] aartBuj BerM lotv-e.n H20 and g.20 p m until further notb-e. KCH> %  pm i m ?0lh Jane. 19. \ ^MITII. Qaaatal asBsnagaf %  %  \rrti aU %  WILLIAM FOCJARTY LTD. INC. in B. G. a J "THE BOISE OF FIRST-SATE TAILORS' There is something lo suil weiyone's choice m our newest TROPICAL RANGES. SUITS Tailored lo measure by CRAFTSMEN who are Specialists in the Trade I MI: &i'.,,.. Lid. B and 9 Roebuck Street Ola] % 


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PAGE FOtTJ n\Bn.\no .\nvor.\TE FRIIMY SEPTEMBER 1 ItH BARBADOS Al)\()WTi; r. .1 -%  %  •—t -i l-l*4 r Ut. A4... I -1 "rl(|fl.. Kriday. Kcplnnbrr I. 19541 n\K\l\l. CHURCH BELLS were ringing at an early hour yesterday throughout the island. Some heard them. Others did not. The telephone was much in use. On MM occasion a few minutes after the red Haj; with a black spot was lowered in Bridgetown a call was made lo this newspaper. The caller knew by personal observation that thprt was bad weather about but at 10.30 a.m. had received no information The caller lives a very short distance from one of the island's three towns, and had consulted the local hurricane officer to be told that f.*om personal observation there was little chance of a hurricane hitting Barbados yesterday. Other reports indicate that certain individuals were warned at an early hour and that precautions were taken with exemplary speed. Windows and doors were barricaded, gutters were being dug more deeply and the sound of hammering waked many sleepers. Yet the inescapable fact remains that after the cautionary hurricane signal had come down yesterday several householders did not even know officially whether a hurricane was due or not. The fact that twice in 12 months almost to the hour the people of Barbados should be threatened with the approach of a hurricane suggests that we are being warned to prepare Much has been done within those twelve months and there is no doubt that there is present in the community today a very great awareness of the havoc that hurricanes can bring and there is a willingness on the part of the community to take precautions. But methods of communications arc still unsatisfactory. We are still too dependent internally on the telephone which is liable to serious breakdowns when there are heavy rains and high winds. Wireless communications require a high degree of skill and expert operators, and are more useful for emergency communications when telephones and despatch riders have failed. These are problems of detail which would have to be faced in the event of u hurricane hitting us with full force. But we are still far from achieving a satisfactory form of warning signal. Hurricanes can be as dtadly as air raids. Sirens Have proved themselves the most effective form of warning system for air raids. Can we Dot have siren warnings of a hurricane's approach and a sirens "all clear" when danger from hurricanes has passed? Having achieved that essential preliminary, the question of communications during and after a hurricane can be faced with greater confidence than at present. UOYII :\ .ii units THE motion made and afterwards withdrawn by Mr. E. D. Mottley in the House of Assembly for amendment of the act so as to make provision for women to sit as jurors deserves attention. Women have, since the change in the Representation of the People Act. become members of the vestries and women can be elected to the House. If they can serve on the statutory boards and are eligible for membership in the legislature, then it is clear that they can be no argument for not permitting them to serve as jurors. Women in Barbados have shown thencapabilities in public service. The use) of women as jury*will increase the number on the list from which juries are selected. At present m %  population of approximately 200.000 the tltttortl roll from which the jury list is taken contains about 30.000 people, and many of these for one reason or another are not eligible to serve as jurors. When it is considered that this list includes women it will f,' ve some idea of the small number uf voters from whom serving jurors are selected at piesent The Government has recognised the I women by recommendin: 1 to the y of State for the Colonies that one woman be appointed a legislative % %  i shown that i acknowledge the claim by electing w otnen t<> the vestries of the island. Women are Justices of the Peace They ought to be allowed to serve as jurors. Wliai Art' (oioiiiul Russia 9 s CO., LTD. at the COLONNADEWeeks? A-hlch %  i n At LjVI I In is U'liiK itot.i BOW Th Mi T Cook, Pan vn <4 Colonial nt %  sale (or %  -ipc-npit a Colonial Banlaome >f b> I pn in ihfn la tu i United Kingdom. JoamaHaaL how ana do "In 1948." he said. Where llythi-n ; f I i ul in order to find out We arf tnvin lo help th. from a typical crow-section or paper me n of each ten thi public in this country lha develop wliat we all al Mate ..f knowledge about tho a free t responsible. retMl You may have heard of technically efficient pre** wiiich seme of the llndiugs of Urn surwlI| ^ a Mtll ,„..„ to lhc Colony \ev f,„ iiic> were widely quoted ln lu upward march. in the Pre*, ut ine time They -p,,,. whol* scheme of < cyme as quite a -hock to many Wcekll can wn ^ F„, ...mp... 3fl pei Mrf k rill oi np III Land opanuoo of those interviewed were unable. panl) „ .(.-operation camp-is/, to aant .. riafle colony, andiW b the t ivic aulhorUlw aild lh r !" ""*. however. rial Exhibition staged by the CmJp"| "' need todaj n tral Office of information on behalf ] '1**J* tniU of the Colonial Office, which was *" %  "* seen by over half-a-million people. u. There were many other ancillary exhibitions and activities organised both by Societies am lutions with colonial connections^ and by many firms, stores andslops. J undoubtedly a worth-' vrhUe venture So much so. that !• was decided that the campaign hmild bf spread countrywide, and extended this year to eight other important centres. Accordingly, a touring version of tho bUbtttaa in London was prepared, and the to-operation ougnl at tin nvic authorities in eight taiectad CftiM and towns it is very righl and proper lhat Britain and the Colonial terrltone* ,| tl Colonial txnibilion and ColoFor here we have nearly 70 million %  Utl \%.>K* should be held here people of different races and 0, UvafffM lor Liverpool is backgrounds, whose Kflno la n di great aeapoil U baj n, e leading scattered ro-ind the world cover CottOtt Market of Europe, it hanearly two million square miles. clOMMt und unique link* >vit.i E-iM '•" whose well-being; and | Mil,., ilh the West Indlet. ana *e hove aneptetl responsilulity wilh tho Colonies in every pan If wa are lo achieve our aim of Ol the globe And, ncrdleat to say. helping them forward on thc path Liverpool's response to tne invi'o responwible self-Government. H Utioii to hold Colonial Weeks was we are to have thr.!r full coa/hOseheaited and enthiuiastic. operation In achieving this aim; Tttlfl CenmOIV bare bl Liverpool and if—as we all hope—they will will be reported. 1 have little want in future to retain their doubt in Colonial newspapers in associaUon with the British many' latitudes and climes. 1 Commonwealth, A • must cr-nte in should like to say a word, in passihls c.untry a body of veiling abou*. these newspapers in inlornu-l public opinion on |. ,i, There has bcM colonial iffaln For it is on goeri some severecnllcism of them well-iniorn"'> and ,)... .ii their presentation or news Ind their criticisms of |h*i< ituv-. iiim-nts, sense ot balance Too l.ttle has been done ID the past U help Ikfl development or ...il press: but something alined, fo. gtaCtfying l""i''" wWell e have rec—Uly made lnwatd> closlmc th" I lull.11 ii.tu II. gap Is due In lane measuie !• the • % %  < America of colonial pio-.mMalayan rubber, whl. h Mtrat more dollars than anj % %  lu* *• f in the t'omnu.nwrallh. Hf.l I ,.i Mr* in il % %  it.f.nir of othrr i>iu M well as lo the pH-tHiM tiiMi 1" ; 4 loba-. II %  itilirr and m Ms] • thir fiadaeto which Mt araali .th. rwtfja Mil in iinpurt fin hard iiurenrv. I MMMl iJther dwell, thouph i ••: OD .\hi.the ('olnnial %  t ja, but on what we bav •hem; f.->r %  if the aaj Bi iti-h t: %  %  raited In backward ant %  i es the iw. i-d. peai i Ml tietween tribe .11 men have been made and Oovei nmciits together bavd brought sthools and medical aid Ud the Bible British engineers him turn' roads, lailways and ,-. • I i raead by British ln %  a measure of and the MI> nave been laid which we trust will lead in duo time to the control by each territory of •fairs within the broad rh of the Hrit -i: C.aiuiinnwealth In the meantime, every effort b l>eina made to develop the materia, resources of the territories so that the polltfcal -structure may bt firmly based on a sound economy .. Britain Is contributing f.120 million under the I nd Welfare Act of lt?4". and in addition The Colonial Development C'-.iporatlon Ml op, with authority to ap Bo £110 million as a public instrument for stimulating Msterpi • HI the Colonial territories und diversifying their ee. nomles. But British efforts alone could not have brought about these %  ..I liistorv. ml peoples have played their part, a part which grows more imp rtont from year in yaai For example, they are providing from local .v'.-nues or loans U Iheir U;n year lor ovary £1 • :. (mm tills country. Th? itnuKfjlo 'oi better living %  iKnoranci. against povert) and agaimt disaase are being woged by the BcltUaii end Colonial peoples in a powerful Mliancc Tin. b p i t-oep i illusti.ite tho WO-v "y iclationshlp wh*k I %  %  the Co reilti ami .mis* I <• mutual .idvantages to ! %  ; 'y an Co-operation. %  i etween Brll I Cokx a' • .inn H t ta r rt totiet, MUI! between "uinniories w* th? United Klng^-nn within the la-ger rreaM "i bSe ^otwiicQwee)ea of Natti Tttotu "I. %  ta.j •onie i MINI \ 'ill be lire t iii ,J ga; In .. display. and to ask why thi territory or t ...; iietivit.. .t i .'presented. %  re unavjid..ii .n on this scale. Kul 1 .*, the very fact that i -it enciHirage vlaJlcrs in uora (M themsel.ct.. in be .i bonki" ul wiUiiu 'i. % %  gfaduUOOri, and ihe books on •ale theie lrovide a useful ioundalio t i a more general rbjby ol lha Colocdee—a study Which wil; prove as fascinating as %  BY THE WAY... by Beachcomber I N a huid-hltting speech it Wu'itokc yesterday. Mr* Wretch made it clear that tho granting of powers by the Government to unauthorised persons to enter private houses suspected of bung used for the manufacture of plastic pumice stone does not mean that those powc-s will be used very much. The same applies to dog-kennels luspected of being used to storp medicated chalk, flats which might harbour growers to falsify, buni.ilo'.s owned by potential muKers of elastic wat-rproof scissors for cutting fish under water, and managers of public baths who might use the premises to make cardboard horses for dolls* houses. Cattle-king CkmdttQfi* M R. CHADSTONES success In getting Government aid for Marine House led some of the less successful big hotels at Shin gleham-on-Soa lo oiler htm a job as an American tourist gl times when the Inspectors were likel. to be prowling. Thus it oaiuo about that the people atttlnfl quietly in the lounge of the Esplanade PSIHCC were %  tattled when a man with nothing of the librarian about him, and not recognisable as Mrs. McGiugJes American, strode through the swing-doors, and greeted one and all with a cry of "Ride him, The Manager explained to the inspector that this w.is I big ranch owner. "Yep," shouted Mr. Chadstone. "And, oh m> boy. ii this dump kinds corny %  fter --.uckee I will -iay it to. Say. an y back home. I'm the canidost. ii.oUngest, three-gu i iu-tier twean Uetrolt and 111 OM PhiUdelpny Reckon 1 cud sho >i ma way ouda this )olnt with wtiddah-pistol Yeah Mr ManpOU* tycoons to slip m' a minted julltt. Of do i have to let Me.I loose? Get crackin. o. • timer." The Manager smiled ci the Inepectsar. as though to say "You know what these American. ftmgtn Simp/H-iia! Mi-phtiiii T ilK ..rnval by aJi from Ceylo-. of an cleprairl wilh *I2 U* (two more than is usual) ratscs Ine whole questkn. B'^t so long us its big toes are painted, ami peep hoirtbly from its hefty sani I are I turse. Strongest Suit (B) MAJOR ALriXAMM I DI SKA I BsfJKTI i n^ If.IS. UrMl w il M B*.fc U NVM %  '• seearai lii>ii lima ui I \ an % %  Ml fftlnl •! %  rad'l i m**ave in them the seeds of disaster CO we are preparing to fight thc rstxl .vawith th" n-v-thods and weapons ol th last. A lately of victory is opcr ... L^ A strategy gt*red rr ,M'.'I cinnma.id tin [ %  Od directly li.,m the Amerii -v continent. V.*c must recognise first that Soviet Rus • ; i\ si-ongcsi suit is mass—in mnn power. ic&ources, geographical space. Sot lei I'i'ssta will never be detcrivd Irom si..ii „nu expansion:-' aims bv univcrial military '.raining in the U.S A ""nd :i %  armed divMotuf i"i WWtsTli %  I %  TI ll 'ngi mean l;*nd war, ii. u/l i-ii SoVsti Russia holds the trump cards. The Soviet nilcrs will be truly worrit il otily when -v .nane ciear our intention of piU.r.e OLr-si lilt against th<" B'JP te,s. F^r sk : '!, cxpreso xi in Ihe t^-i %  0UJ Lrategy, tactic* and weapons, >* ;.:i ricu's ^nungest suif The answer, of course, is air powe oi tin 1 .Callable range. Ii we are to make Adsuica In'/tnclbLi In tanoa of i(it> primary f .ce of this epuCh, all power, we must lose i. time in breakir.j down the piesenl Maginoi Lino fixation or "balanced b.rces." W must begin now t< design and build a truly global air force-inneim\ Air power whici talll short of an intercontinental range o: operation is relevant only to a continuati"!. ••*• ihe strategy o( thi last war. No strategy for victory can rest on a stepping stone apprcach to the enemy. The l' highly appealing idea that war tied to over-. as bases would keep the fighting av .' %  It 'in %  or ahorag is wishful '.linking. "ill the JapeUwsK error is being lustily I to us i.day by the advocates ol far-fluufj %  The em m> tfOUM ' able to gobble up our scattered %  trengtfc piecemeal, so that In the linal %  hO't 'I'Wn ha would faci only 'I <• rein th, precisely as we did In Japan.—IMA I.ns ('HALLICN'-r: PKAtsl Tins OVAI.TINK i!nv ,>( „.'.Ic.gue* in the Utilise uf Assenihly But, evta il he srert rignt and BOl just speaking in Irritation ul wavering obeeUenee, sney, nevertheless are thc elected rej live* of the people, their deliberations nd conclusions are In publie and tu their consUme",* %  9 in .iirtitly answer;Lie. In a demociacy the-c sre matter* ol high imnortance, not only to be set %  aide in time of vital emergency For the Legislature to allow ti power cntiusted to them to pass to (he BxeeuUve Oonunlttee would, i liHiik. Ixwrong, and w.nil.l %  ••! back the clock some 300 years. TIM BUI, though entitled "A.Act to regulate Public Utllit.es" %  %  l< T to either water or I the two Utllll %  %  rldesi iinportanca to the communIt) It is aimed solely at the three British Companies producing rc% %  % %  •fillers. rh.Board Dominated i Act would be empowered ta alter(ore In -.:l matter-, urea! ano IUt one unJmportani exi 11reel. and. on failure to comply, to seise and manage these Boaid coulil turn theii inside out. in and thro* is* Pan VU of the BUI bi n.ous..nit doUai ,' %  Com) allies sn>l tuindi. i tr.uv t.i t .. %  recognised %  In courts oj )ustli. %  • Coard't i end well over the 111 that the I'.. |l MSUe b> tl.-e 1 Hit of stocks, ihari and further thai || the Board should be giouml f. i %  %  i while, M lha Baa* %  i : %  > v the Ian weed This proposal is, I saj plant fi Cai this nnl.n I its neighbour the rs through a period acy. when public ulil.' local franchises wi re i • get rich <|iiick. no m.itlei how %  ajblie h:n*. 1.. pajr, T <>f thing, which did not hel mem of the country, dri were passed Though %  %  Dominion dvlusatton still has fringed there The .spirit, eager to run grea* i -till raffia ..itions are muintsineu iH U ,ti a, -re the Canadian Mmmteu PBUee To import all this legal ostensibly because Of the breaki own ol actual machinery. ting a :i.iiiinn''.-c snow shoes and dog ;eam for the Barbados Police. than, but not heir .in iconditions are quite II you had three domes%  %  Hit r %  L met itli at and, while laid up. fell hort of doing its expected duty, on woui' rush Ol\ iBd import a till' I ir cat In ii %  to keep %  .|i thi -n BUt :f rVU iihi. lid happen •lint the keei i lenaa to leave the door I I I .. ...,. CBla Bul %  Returning to the proi .1.^ Hill, ihe ircmpl.'ints on itown motion and No man can be ludge in Here, moreover, %  gainst lha . Queen In Alice Off with his lead", it ',f not siirpris'tn limited rnaana all that csti haps I have sufhienfly Ind %  ration. and fury with its I unlimited and unprolUBblg expense, for the Board, its olTicr and adviiers. falling ultimately on these Companies' customers, is, 1 suggest, unhelpful and unnecessary, quite out of proportion for small quiet eoneei l in a small ouiel place Possibly it is not meant lo b? helpful, for Mr flflama, with comBbM frankness, has s'.iled thai the Kill || just a stage towards 'lationali/ation. Away to the South, the technique o"" acquiring cov e ted sniarpnae fhaanlj. has been to harass them and make them unprofitable Ilrsl, before takinn them over at Ihe reduced value. But, 1 believe, the advantage so gained is being found to have been dearly bought at th, cost of the country's reputation for fair dealing. i re no Interest in any of these companies, beyond being a customer of two of them. Though I do not see eye to eye with them in several matters. I understand Of their difficulties, It would itereating if a supporter of the Kill would indicate, with some ion. how the community will HI by the appointment of such a Board — orders arid certificates ^ill net Mend faulty nvichinery. nor. 1 fear, improve l The Waal the customers of these companies seems to be "unsettled—deteriorating" C. E SHaVfURlJ CoUeton I St P. August 30, 103" FOR ALL PURPOSES '. in x 1? in.. 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FRIDAY KEPTTMKER 1 1930 BARBAIMIS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE I'll \H PARTY VKSIIIIIk> Kan aftain to discharge I S>ft pi t our, rj Uu %  warning B lan. Ml... I clue! AUTI %  i i Ihe Mm A I'U'Ml r*Ki •it More ,iti Lewiv ^l Vndrrw. >eMerdsi Barbados Alerted For Storm • from pace 1 official opening of the drinking Trough for animals at Falrchild Street, scheduled to take place ..( % %  :.-Li.tv The Government yesterday istued the following .ommunique: At (i.30 pm. un Annual 30th, 1850. the following table was received from the US. Weather Bureau at San Juan. Puerto Moo "Hoist Northeast storm warnings Guadeloupe to St. Martin and Anguillu. Tropical storm located by ship reports at 730 p.m. AST. 2330 C.M.T. August 30th near latitude 16.5 North and longitude 57.6 West of about 240 miles East Df AjrUg-ua, B.W.I. It is apparently moving: westward about 12 to .4 M.P.H.. the exact inU-nsitv is unknown but winds up to 55 M I'M have been reported. All interests in the Lesser Antilles from Guadeloupe to St. Martin jnd AngulUl gfaould take preliminary precautions for further development in this storm. The next advisory will be Issued tomorrow morning when reconnaissance plane reports become available. Ships in the area should take necessary precautions." The local organ is-ilioi blMrpnted this advisory' 1o mean that Barbados would not hi ricana and an-ordlngiy B'dos Was Ready For The Storm INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS, launches and other .•mall craft wit warned early yesterday morning of the approach of bud weather. Schooner* Thnothy A H Vtn kept well awa) from the wharfs sliii/fmn Hug. %  tea ^ row 1 1 I In Company L>.' Capt. Ovid 8toU ..:few small boats i nored ofl the coast. i inner Lighter Dudk-\ basin JI aba m yeeter< the inner besln, WII loaded with daj Hi had Intended Baiting] barrels of molasses for tl later In the be hi ana but soon POCM II 'i unload Th<<: %  .'. p turned to Lord Co; ., ffifeSS licfi l |> >lidsireniii larrted back to I Manj row boats were tied ofl mer berths. One Of them anchored Bth the Cha m her I a i n almost .it the mouth of the \ few schooners in the Careenage when outer basin were tied oft midrapping more heavtl) than higher Is then beat 15-me %  %  %  "all eteai %  loch as safe at pue•iMe aipptfch or atei ..mi when ihe shops opened, % %  ration of I .\ Ye ir A(io %  went tn %  %  | %  < %  ) %  ) %  ., rains eh In* later not %  %  %  In ihnrgc of able tn %  %  %  %  %  mdi of threats %  % %  r'xctir.iiin-. %  %  n vate i inncd .HI excui don pe '"i N %  I.I .i %  fishermen d in BH after the warning: wu received Tiu*> bail and some of them evi n their Bah pots One tdu th. AdPOOSt*, however, that I %  venture In M :i.rh of he. d I I VMS Ly th i u action Report. At 2.40 1950. the in. on August 31st, ond report from the U.S. Weather Bureau at Sun Juan. Puerto Klco, was received through the local Cable and Wireless Station, it read as follows:— "Change storm Wan hurricane warnings St Mir In to Guadeloupe and extend hurricane warningsouthward hi -St. Vincent HOW north wesi storm warniiiK south ol Grenade and Barbados Let! ihlp repoi inchcitiS'.I.I r,i 11| iher south than advisory No I Storm 11.30 A.S.T. Ippri latitude U 7 longnudi about 21C mikae east Martinique. Forward movement but apparently :m.vir ward about 12—14 Mi 1 !! Ii i attended by winds uf bunicanc forcp over larke urea 75—100 miles north and northeast ol reiitre and 50quadrant* This storm Ii Laud all Interests from Grenada northward to St. Martin and ships in the extrene sastearn c.u.boe.in and adjacent waters shoul/i take all precautions necessary as this storm OOVen -• Luce "UM aini is attended by dangerous winds.' it kg obvious from .to Etspoi that Ihere was u dwiiiui : Ity that the area of winds ol hurricane force might extend as far south as Barbado should be noted that the local authorltlei i to hoisi storm warnings at Barbados. In view of the information gt*en.la t.ils latter storm advisory it was considered reasonable to assume that there was the high probability of winds of 30 to 60 miles per h-iiir being experienced over Ihe Indl Of hurricane force did Dot extend M UI s ouih Accordingly it was decided to issue the Cautionary Warning and tt. have the signals displayed. The following official ..• menu) were made over the Ooy ernment Broadcasting Station and H idlo DatUibulion < Barbados) Limited:— Official \I!IMIUIM .iii.nt No I given over the (iov-rnnirnl Hr>id%  .i-tin. suiiu i JI egpreaiaassilj < am AUIU-.I 31. !: "A telegram i advises that a hurricane is passas soon as the u rather showed %  %  n other people sal %  td wejther dean ago They e-* about %  '...(t expetiii-tnct said laaj bell %  %  v Laid %  ppOM I'e*" ui then returned to sleep that None Afraid •en afraid kni was sounded, %  > el< hman Hall, St. %  as fur u.s he knew Thai toneeeaetl ,.i ii M p rn and • ,.f the hewei and pi tied for M< : I.I e ronan bewallini fact that if anything happened she was not it dome The un -n i .mi.DU| again, h.iwevcr. ,, • ; i MII and they did %  !i Wamlni given end %  tlnery netting into 'allowing. T venturing out arul pciple (MUna -omethmg to talk u front the last test Geaj h TheLord" %  I 'i houeeiiUh >rtth i lied on a hill, an . %  .md i iloaepl i %  11 > "\ i ,f ronds recently 'iii repair, bear : IVI with caution g woman -..e a storm You i eerd the church betta." An i id woman who seemwi erell %  -i no ihooh her head in a heavy, wise way and said "You well pi ay that you vouldn't see what I saw. high winds carrying; roofs away and the galvanlee cutting down hrt e ia ng people" The fishermen, too did no' •hiiiT the irenernl matter of fact feeling until they had hauler. 1 ashore their boats It was a tirehaullng up big flvinv nab '-i.ii' Fishermen Slept They had been oatehhu ren llsh from far out to scu during %  fee weeks and even up aeday l>ut yesterday, n) i >nii | boat left shore. After they had m .i, iheh boata secure, the en relaxed aimut the aaft> li ^t under a nearby %  %  'ill bathed along Chriai Cburel --_.>che?. and b 0" P'ej ". .-"irK't whla, %  often in > n ,u*fd by rain. Others, went un planting corn. slip* and other vegetable* hi St I'hilip Early risers in the parish of St I bllip. yesterday morning, hut i ) looked in the dim lion 0l I likhthouse. would have %  'iin lantern hoisled to th> ti r of Ihe llghtliouse This was %  ferwardi replaoed at daybreak i laj i hi.ui' tquare on a red bai queesj %  hiding rangements for the imee lo be pgda foi oonre n> mem III 1950 II, and H which was unanimous, will pres4iiteil li> the rh.iuman to th J Obiinur* Mrs. Edith M. Sht-ppanl DKATIl OBgBflJ as a shuck many as the news spread abou on Saturday morning last that Mrs Edith May Sheppard h.. I passed a way aflei I MrJ Df %  illness. Born m South M the County of Glamtirgan Mft> fi'in vears ago, Mrs. Shepparo came to thi. colony and he Minnie iiuiinei .md eaneaTJ dl position wnii t..i course of friends At Bank H,n| Methodist Church Ra Payne conimitt.il the las! utes. .mil IN large niiniU-i of those present boi mplc testiiuonv nf the mannei n which she was esteemed she leave lo BMHU n M i> sun Lorrle Bheppan ,.f the St Michael BanlUtkm Department and bet hiwltand win in Uffsrpool ;f chief cod is. Planter To them Icore. mg north oi i %  %  04 winch will pi s north of the Island. %  %  are report**! Wit] therefore possible thai iariy trie northern part "i (he %  i from N.W. to s .. and 11 o'clock this morning. The local RU .-. • i the raising tionary Signal" CnStofaU AniiMltleeiii.n; Nil. • %  •en over ihe Oevereaneal Breadeeeting aisllaa ami Radio Dftt(rihulion at a.m. %  %  .. %  .L ..... ing north of Barbados, the nf which will pass ubout 7.". mlbM north of the Island. Winds of 50—75 miles per hour arc reported within .i radiu.s of ffj uule.s bom the It is th< refore possible I rtkularly in ti i thtrn part of the Island may experience winds of 30—00 miles per hour blowing from N W to S.W. between 7 and 11 this morning Tin local Hurricane Relief Organisation has accordingly ordej railing of the Caution.u> Signal. It is not expected at present that the full force of i*' hurricane will hit the Island OtaCtal AIIIUUIIIK mriii No. s gh> rn over the (.ov.tnnuni broau i.isim. Slalion and Kadiu !••iributio.i al appioxiin.ili'U g,lfl a.m. "No ti. II iipni: has been received from Puerto Ku ii. Judfdagj however, from obeervaUoni only i^ .ippear that the hurripBSStng IhU inland at %  .HI, I is possible that strong South Winds Will develop later ID the day. Another bulletin will be issued as soon %  is .i further report FUoa (dlli ial AIUKUIH enirnl No. 4 ilv en over the t.ovi-rnment Broad easting SUth.n and Kadlo 1IW. IrlbulloM a( approximate!) H%  a.m. "A broadcast message from Rico has been mteiiii it that the i i tared 110 %  of (Iimdcloupc and is e moving N W or W.N.W at an approxlmate q eed td 10 M.PH The | the f. snt of thhurrleana are such as to remove the chance of dangerois winds to Hirbados. In eons*' quence aU cautionary warnin | signals will be in. haufc i down, ] %  a, onunon for beev ehoJware lo accompan I Which geiiei ally blow after the centre ol tm humcani ad, end lo consequence some showers may be expected tatei In the d;.y." Subeequentl* the foUovfaag %  reel ffora the US Weath. i HUM 11 30 a in August 31. IMQ Lowei bun Jeans warnlaai si | .in.-nt. knrer storm warnings. Barbedoe and 0 C h a n ge tO northwest storm ivernings Martinique it v i.n UM located latitude IS.4 N tude SP.S W el cast of Guadeloupe M.P.H and rate movement ted N w 10—12 MPII hurrii Ings continued Prom • .... la." W hat'* on Today 4 tiurl i uiu.i al I IBM Aiuual General Mertlng of the V.M.l'.A. al 4 3S p m Police Rand llinurd al Baaafnata Rock.i s.so W N W ne wamIJomlnlc-i and Anguil 1 .in hiving through the parish living u precautionary warning. OUSed by Church bell: ringing in the distance and by 0 %  -,'ne pariah wei i l i the morning was still and p. iv. and whai llltle win there wae, an i Erom a wasterly As the sun rose ovei S*. Philip, it did for a few through a small c ack in the clouded easterly sky bui i' was SOOn shut out by othei I envy clouds. on pace 1 llll.ll SEAS AT BAST IMMVI ,i, UA /\ 8TOIK ... PURINA CHOWS ifinuu poii.iKt •'VWVrtrWrVV.'yWi t tun IX i.vw t:\JOY TO-DAY'S ^ vn iv oi UK M \ IND iM.in ltd 1'oint lichlhousr SKY at seo am i^aaanaBi Stead' -wrlls hi pt .uniiii; DRINK CLAYTONS _df KOLA TONIC I'Xtend eoiiiloC. F. HARRISON & Cia LTD. ANUNCIA (JI'K I'ARA ACO.MOIIAK I.OS TIIKISTAS VK.NK/OLANOS TIKNKN UNA S I Ml I I T A ODE II A r. I. A KSI-ASIIl. ELLA KSTA A SI'S MDRNEB. m JOHN WHITE HIIITi: NUBUCR BKOOUF.S with l^alhrr Sain Crr|MIIIIDWN SCKIIK BKIHII IS with I..-.lli.-i Snip, Crcpc @ 111.II per Pair @ i.' M' per Pair @ K.5K per Pair @ 11.50 per Pair NKVKKAL STYLES in lllark nnd Brown (null S7.6II In 9.96 per Pair .1 !•••• s././M/ ol -•Si'" SltOVH IN BOTH BLACK AND BROWN FROM $lt 60 TO $17 9 0 HARRISON'S BROAD ST. SPECIAL VALUES IN MEN'S UNDERWEAR j\i:ii:K I'IHI wool, vrvrs Kiiltiin Front. Short Naeeoe Hif> 36 to 48 Ins. JAKiKK IMH1-: UIMM. WKI.K LINfiTII HANTS SUes 12 lo F0UNTAIN5PECIA! GUAVA ZSm ICE CREAM tun'I I It.It. I.,,1,1. I kMGHIS—I'hornix Soda IftunUiii t.XSIST OX MY LADY < \\.\i;ii sorrs S,-I,:i //our Iiir.titiilf I iiriflu TOMATO CREAM OF ONION CREAM OF PEA BEEF & VEGETABLES MI.:ED VEGETABLES / EASl is* i OH -MFgjun TO W.OfB BAST OX till II I Oil 11 III III. I I soil's AT i oi II I.IIOI I-.II



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PAI;E SIX BAKHMX)-ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I. 195n HFNRY r.. B! lsi*M& .•din, Giima. SOM M<" Teeli m. thai •<• Tr'h Mowthsr prapi i f.,1 „Lll C-.4 I H '-' %  US. aa Hear! Tn~b]. A-iwn HOf |w bMaJMW Ik* ar-l **1\ *"*• ""* " %  -*"' %  •ycrra** o( rn>i>i> r l> Traaals Ma. la BACKACHE fry this he rM*l . Uad. at Other QMS, ibcrr is a dull and coafhaw %  — ache, the utuM a*ay lit ia pBai kidneys Tft**C Tltal Organ* llkOald DOtmallalter poNoos out ol the %  ysten. bat sofneti.nes get ahaggiah. The brhrhg you sutler %  tiaturra way of warning yon that your kidnm need aaaMtaacc. A trusted medicine for this pur•oae is De Witt'* Kidney and Bladder Pills. They act OD the then, to then oaiural There is a long record of since*, behind Oe Witt* Pills, which have bsea reberinc aatkrao in many parts of the world for over half a century. Go to your chemist and %  "•as out OUARANTM Dt Witt Pilli manufactured under strictly hygienic condition* and the ingredient! ionform to rigid standard* of purity. DE WITT'S PILLS t-mm &£*** '/// 1111 11 I I %  THAT aoaakwa feeling thai you're loci 'not up to It' any looser umpl> mc. you'" been taking loo touch out of short ofi* %  i ceM.ai faodi—ohospbofua aad protein. seek. t thai jrsalf. %  itran|th Ta pat you right, you need "Sanaioaan' hteev* Tonic Food. 'Sanmugea' combines than two trail bod)-building (oods— paospaonM and protr.ti in ihouth sad vitality Bow through your whole body back I •SANATOGKX' course of Saaiiutcn' lodsy. On aals ol gwod eaemiaU aad PS ft DUE— tD tots from ,' to ,' ASBBBTOS ROPE. TAPS oad riBBB. ou< rtB CLAY. B AIT LE BRICKS tc. Thm H\RH\tM)S HH.XDRY Ltd. HEADUDABTEBS FOB AU. PAOTOBT AMD PLANTATION oTTTPLIEB Mi WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B. G. ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT W Can Quota Vou On : SWITCHES CEILING RUSKS BATTEN HOLDERS ADAPTORS JUNCTION BOXES FLUSH RECEPTACLES CORD HOLDERS ARROW PLUGS Sinai, a Double CONNECTORS WOOD BLOCKS (Round. Square and Oblong) C.T.S. FLEX ITS. CABLE. FLEX %  IRON CORD :ADHESIVE TAPE >. 10 a 15 AMP. SWITCH-FUSE S Ollt PRICES ARE IIMII-I IIIIM vomi v i ' .K. .uu.uuvuvwv mi



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FRIDAY. SF.PTF.MIIF.R I, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE P H.I -I VEN CLASSIFIED ADS. lOH Mil IUKI) ., i KII vMnilo .1 hi* rnldence Chap* SJ J>tillll> Ml. luneral OH l~W Ma bh n thla ilVrnoMi lor Ihe Bt Ptililp Pan*" f"uif %  Jf4T____; IJKI. 11*.. — rim* USBIN MI-:MUKL\M la Mum man on • %  ( or D-f MB*' UE.C1NA WILTSHIRE who departed ihi* lifr an lal September. 1MB. Ut >*ar haa patted -I—tlial da: Whn the %  .* %  M Lovo MM ua tne'T %  put. Bui matron** ..( am boorta. Mr Hush Wlllihir*.HU***BI.*1V Arthu Edward. Prrrton. CI*M-lara*\ Oec Hillary. Iris. Buna. *Ui h> acini h> drer... %  .^., kptl b. loved daitsht. djafajM I'.. %  1.4 ii* %  ha bowed Ilk* • H..— in ... Autumn %  ... %  *• blotaomt: HUM f*d. and %  %  %  n Tio Mane Li n-* %  kr Mother CLiudlu* DougUa 8 Mid Hone; Brother* Bo* and CV.il lathf* Alfred 1 t.JB— in In Iminf mammy o( oui OVI belovad I ...-, H1TA INMSS tVui d*part*d thli c;aih cm ttio • of Auru>. IBS* lo-v%  When Hi* BOM • Im.-I a* WIMP OWai v, It o'er Your Uivui tnud* -ill (oil no mot* For tho.*. you lovad you -lid your beat Cod a-rani vo.i r*0*t III* rtemal re*t Ever to h* remember rd '" Bgpaa ISantSfctSTl AmralLp HMtlk Mr* Hunt* itlatera'. Ue-trellvn ibrolhTi Huihen .Brother.irv-law. N,.. %  .friend i 1 SB—In AUTOMOTIVE CAB UH? Ililln Perfect condliion ( O r aw U and. Toi*ph.n FOR HIM i*>**etabl* honw aril" and water Lady pi apart ad Apply Mr. 1 Alle.ne. -Wind*)* Sis se-sn •.PACE .uit.l>:e f,., making Warehaute. Por *urU>*Y perikiilm apply K R Muni* Co I Id Lower B> !rt ptraM iiji v:i M %  S0—4n WOODYA RE Fi. rum 15th Srpirmbar lo mid Ja, 411 Or John %  laji. iBpHI 2, 1*1 Kill MM l( IS NOTICE • Drcei NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN (run ill lr*ta having any debt or claim* i,nn-: m* gala**of Joaaph WWaina decend. late of Ftal Hock, in Ilia Pariah of s'ni Ceo***, in Ihla I.l.nd ..... died in rhi. Wand oi> lha ITlh day of M.a-vh art latjueated lo tend In portlcuUra of their claim* duly allaatad to th* underilanrd C. S*>mnir Alleyne of Ma ant. Hall Street FMdgwtowii. on or before In* 33nd daof Sapliij'i. IBM. ^M hlch vtn: rrfjard only to auch rlalma nf which I ahall than hv* had nolic* and I wilt not ba lUbla lor tha aaaata or an* pan thrrrol *o dutrlbn ird to am i**rvi of whoaa dabt or clulm I -hall n..t ihni have had ivotic* And all porton* indabtad to the a. 13 calaM ar* n. LIVESTOCK PVP P ig* bred Corker Bpuntal Pupa Apt). Mi0. I' 11ti A-hlnicv PHIT Si Georl* Dial MB* *> g ic. fir KLKCTRICAI* I REGISTER Or-c National Cad MFCHANICAl. liACailMI OlBI Tt-Mill* Sinner SewIrr Machln* lr< iwiferi eondlltnn OfTer* will tie crelved Telephone 9BBT MTSCFIJ.ANFOITS rooirRAT*lR Amrru-.n manuf'Ci (feed coodRkM i.„-,., nu T.-' BUI r A rniiH* 1 a *o . I .-i rokniro UOUOR LICENCE NOTICE Th* appllcattnn of awendolyn B'*nton hol-lar of ligimr licena* No SM of 1BB> frantad t Wm Nura* In r*pett ol DC-miae* vti Wall biuldmu al Rantera Rd n*l lo g Hunter. *i !" i. l MIchaH tor permiaalon to uac aaM 1 leant* ai a biro* and .hmal* ihop with Hock. St Michael Dated lhl> *UI da> of Aufuat ItM To E A. VclOD r>B Pullra Maalatrate Diet A •B*>d • nwnmoivv *TANTON A.-ollcanl N II Thl* applkrallon will b*> rnnudcTe-d al a l>cenalna; Court lo be l.eld%  A' on Mondav the Ilth day of Bept*iidi.i IKW al 11 ck**. a m. E A MclJEoD. BettM MatfNti^KPM A 1 B W In UOUOPt LICENSE N0T1CI TBAN1PF* A REMOVAL The aop'ication of Dannla Scaly, of Meier* SI GeorfJ*. purrhaaer of N|IMI llcen*e No. MI „( IMO. grnnied *o In** Allrnun In reaped of m board i nd aalvanl/ed .nop at Rranrhbury. Ji-i-ph. for penrUaUon to remove Ihe anid I %  catiae to a board and everlte ahop a< fit Malena. SI Oeore. and to uae> th* • rid lirrnae at auch loit deacribad premlajp I mih day of Autruat. 1BBI t> iW I'l'DDER *N.. J-oiie* Maalttlat*. Dill "R • ft > < L MAYBRB. for Appllcani N It Ihif application will be conMdid a| tha ll.e-ialna; Court to bo held ilih day of leplemher. 1IW. i 11 o'ejoek a o*. ax I\.lif* Court. Dm KvrK-UalHHl Onr rrttdent near Iki W Bevmral cars full of trunks, clotrun* and peopkU cotwtal ar** TlUaakin, thai ihc humcane wa> approaching |lw laland. he was preparm* lo evacuate, when he was told Bait they were "end of • holrdayeni" returntnit horn. from '.h.ii .'.%  Meanwhile a. Seuwell. ttw ll.WI.A morning Htuhl fMOl Piarco anivBd more or les*; m %  crw-dule. the plane !i. mt* ed and took off In a woaterU ('irecUon intead of the usual west to east, as did the BG Bight which arrived at appr%  1 30 p.m Due lo the hurric.im* B*WJ Airway's Service S3?, whicii was to have left Antigua ye>Mrdatat ^ KM* Guadeloupe. Mnrtlnique. St LAMia, Barbados. Grenada and Trinidad, was cancelled and Ihe Lnt was ordered to turn direct from Antllua to Piarco. Trinidad to • hurricane. Malik Charged With False Intentions ATHENS. Aug 31 Jean Poll Us, Permanent Gree*. Under-Secretary for Foreign Affalri to-day accused Jakob Malik. Soviet Representative at I.ake Success, of false intentions In his charge .in.iinst Ihe Greek Coveriunenl "When it is known how democratic rmhls re exercised, the "false inifii L. % %  Lich allegations against Greece are under%  toOfJL' POtttll u>i i TH". lite Can* for keep in* vour elB-~a ehBNi-JUft a toucl nil nmudr.-. re-.ioved ll**tan*| Knieh'a' DIUK Stotaa. II So |n TA-NC^' DRESS IHTTTONB Iota of Meat from Prlcarf from IS Id *• -U p %  Modern DT-. SKhln* food ver>hlshly reoomma-nded by th* madk-i.1 pri>r**alon th* world nver. in-PSON l/TD Afcnta i:i!i).'iu m:v-. -.." %  ., M.ilie MillSmall Houwhold Beat r*. FH Sprayer*. S*lf Heallna Iron-. Co. Pota Applv: John D Taylor B Sona Bj B| HATS -rell Hati foi a VarlKv of Bhl M AS3 35 each Stan Btr*el i Ik Man i si. BJ a*, a 33 11 • 30—an IMPEX World he.t c 1 cle *n*ral nn4 hadll8ht. Obtainable from all leadIn* %  & H IIM ADIEB' HATS-Pretty 11-II.it* foe weddlrur* and CoeHtail* from S3 IS to fT SO each Modern D Shoppy • %  PAJfTB (irev PIpnnol Panla marti irder H 10 Pr Cream Oarberdln* P rude lo order SB B Pr Stanwa. si L'irn* Street 11 %  BO PINKING SHEAR* "' O-e ha*) •' l|v Only SB Mtj HI '* ,.. ,,,Hv *^r • %  T. %  I. %  SA CO Lid JB. Broad Street i %  It B SO— Secret Draft gflgrj wgdj untrue, he added. Usually well informed observers here considered "very probable" the possibility of the conclusion of a peace treaty betweri Eastern Germany and the Soviet Government to coincide with East Zone elections on October 15. They were monKMJ*I SbOul the suggestion in Die M'cll'x rcpiul that there would l>e a C^lfliptetfl withdrawal of Soviet occupation troops from Eastern Germany. WVMIIl HELP LADY for offle* with H %  B rragi hi n>d TH* I.M., ,1 ir !>*(-.:l M*>*r* Co Ltd. I %  jo HELP Good enperieneed feneral f-r.ant. for family of two Mnot have i.-*d refevenrei Apply b*fore 10 o'ejoe* 10 Mra Brolf*. Lo Garoup*. Cave Hill. St MWhaal. l.S.BB—*n MISCEIXANEOIS IM'IU.II' SAlaES REAL ESTATE All thai lattel dwelling luuaa call" " CanaltluUon Road. *B Houa* conUlna s*llen*. Michael Th* Mouae conuuni *'"'"'• K room. 3 b-drooro*. gg i„om and uaual out offlcea Elotlrlc Hani '^n.pertloiron'applleatlon to th* W-ja"C Th* uhove will be tot ,up lor^MUO ft public compotlUon at id September l*B M %  ••_ %  CAHRINGTON SCALY rriasy futicura '.rV TALCUM PI IISOX VI THE Vl-HLlC.ro her*b, *•/"*> ,.i.-..! mvins cradlt W my ortto *niH -IJWRKF. inao Doria LsoBorki a* I do >/l hold m-'aelf reaponalbl* lor h*t nivon* *!•* %  contraetlns any d"M or OaBti YDE HAHKf LOST A Forxn LOST WA1JFT Bad l/*iih.r WaJW % %  W,,tnenlay toil l" Briu*t. l wn cnntalnli.| pholofJiaph. i money akm* -HI, I SH."ctalrmorn>" The O.'i I SHIPPING NOTICES T*dad Social W cliarc Is I'loiirishiiig %  Groups and Mi i \ ioi, %  l %  1 %  %  %  is an anaalg %  %  It had March lul launched until I l Welfare Groups and after nlmost four %  with .HI e I %  %  %  %  %  the rvsant %  %  Kallied I %  .init .. illi UM able COU i %  %  continued to n and a no thi irturi i tare set-up BaRMJgh HW I %  now uou i '. % %  %  Iria] 16 eoii()NDON. A, Ii hi ntfvil daj >n UM Loiadon Stork la .< %  alternUona Giit-e-ii. were raaiked higher in the early stages 1 anticipation ol | tittiiuanee of Tirsterday's support, but this did : ..ilise and the gains were %  %  TinForeign Bond market was uti J..i vaii : %  half %  ill oiler.. ol lYiuvians. ,romlnent i of the sharp | -•I 'y to 61. Some indusii i frm. i.pport was given to tin heavies and other Issues in the %  '' group A .• %  (! by tin, ires Ksiffli weri ::i-ctei —Reuter £5 for HeckiesH Driving CHAKLXS FAHLtV 0. Oiangi iUil. St James was yesterday found guilty of recklessly driv %  nig the motor bus M-280 alonn Baibarees Road on May j. 1 %  Dip Mi I A. McLec.1. %  sgdjtratc ,.i Distnci %  A" . posed a line of 15 u, be paid by Lirtl or in ilefauI two months' imprisonment. %  itiu-ss for the prusecul:"ii Sffj CpL Best who is attachi-l to District *E" Station B* said on May 27 about 3.40 p.m. he was sitting in the front sent 4 the motor bus M-280 whn • was being driven along Barbaret Itoad There was before thhus .1 i.irt travelling on the left lids of the road. On the right de of the road there was -l.itloiiiiry i'ur When about 30 ot 40 feet away from the cart FBI ley silll continued t<> drtvs hsrl• i.-.UM) trying lo avoid a heiid-on lolli^ion overturned the •art Donald Chandler the driver of Ihe cart said that he was thrown out of the cart and was inpii'st in his defence snlrl that ttie cart was moving so slowly it be thought he could hav* .i-itaken it without hitting the %  which was: parked on the <,'ht side of the road Bgl FortU prosseufod on be' If of the police. Hot Water Thronrr Fined IANTHY WILLIAMS of Green I ill, St. Michael was lined 10.t" be paid in 14 dsys or m delialt 14 days' impii>onineni ft) I. Wonhip Mi I A Ml.. of IHstnct "A" for Inilicting bodily harm on Neville V\ llinms on August 6. She app..iled. Neville WiUiiiii. MM wag that he was Irymg to tak. HI from lanthy and in so doiiifc! she threw the saucepan ..1 hltn. tha i,,ss i.ii Hogpihtf B*U treated for the ')r. Ctitnmlns .IMT who %  i. d 'II ihicourt .ml tlMl Ihe hums vvrii' ti.pi extsoslve 01 (k to %  >nn;. up .1 linn.' serious charge. Cut With Hatchal GOLBOURNE GOODING of LailW was slnshed on his face and hands with %  hatchet during a light. He was detained I tha '.I'tioral Hospital. Blind Will Work BUENOS AlUhs. Aug. II. At least one percent of the lOtgd labour force In statr-owm-d Industrial establishments in Argentina "ill in future consist of bund s/orkers under .-• ntw i" of COtv grsss. —Kestrr. Another llsplanailc Soon M K t I. I 1 \. ... .%  ABvvcalt Hospital, mi %  clean up tOM tpol Bnd DUU t trees and grass lien %  Four buildings on t*M recently h n to leai tin *-pnt: :• %  !• UfNI M (.1 Nl %  1 AL will take plarl thl %  r, Mr A \V L SwValfr*, BfUl %  lion II A %  %  will be DC Trophm win Bhw bo distributed to th.dinners hi th) lions T in n vf.nu.os t 1 1 n Movement c.U'li ,:.o its 14th ksnivui.L I I B Ii sta, held at the Yon Bridge and mnduete.1 In Ke> %  S KVCKAL TINS Mi PAN1 weli as .1 l*VM quantity el tea moss were washed .urging MM on ti" bsoua at ina hack of tinin.nkil tsad weather the I ••••> dialling tin O NLY ONI trail 1 Urrtlt was p 1 king in -pm: POLK r HAND in C. 1 M It I A R C M Bflll ii-uinv thi-n forinlghU] rtfuii their snnual v*xatlori com* %  Tonight's programme is an attractive D I ; k M .ill musical task 1 • %  I. tin AuuTlcan music in honour pf tii.man} tt Iton uela who are on vacation In the r land I'lOHiRAMME. %  %  1 %  a paiapbraaeil phanla>> lamoui TortUhlrt i Inkla M.-.r R..M Al I %  -%  PILBW '. Bong \ %  %  11 hMBl 0 A Gipey ImpreaUon "Rlark Eyoo" S.. .. Ti...i igVl "T-ll it.lu.-o iBolo %  ( %  !. 1 nvrllel HuatMl . Car Smashes 3 Records 11 %  %  It did 3 I %  %  %  %  hour. Th. Ion '. BJ %  %  | Kr.let. "I iliink Td like a Vt hitt Horse better than aiivthing* WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky "A pleasure to icmcinlicr, M jo> iii And .tojin" ••••Ir fliHrlhMlol i HUNK H. AHMsHtOM. lip. OFFICIAL NOTICE UV Ml..-IN Till I.IIHT 0V I %  MANcrilV Tha undelmrntloned proptiK "ill !-• Mil up for aale at Ilia Real* I'ublK Bulldina> Ilndyr'.iwi.. I1.1-..11 u iuir\ and 1 %  'he date n-.iil..! rariSB U %  IbOtl —Id. II will he %  : up .., ea. 11.a.. al th. .ame place and rturin* Ihe tame houi. until aold Tull port leu Ion •>n application to in*. UISKISHON ra. lAliA I HOT I Ml .VI 1 PSreBl "I lan.1 .formerly part of | laraer r-aicd ol lail eoniainina r Uvare..hlch • %  < |il of a laiarr area tMnlainina b> adii.i %  1 .hi 1 .1. oiiamally pan Vie* I' ... il >ilu*li afureaaUt • niiutinlnr, b> a.lnieaaui*m*nl Thr** An*.. Two Rood* Or 1 no landx ol th* K*latr of Nathanwl rd be ma ihe irmainder if the iaia rive Acre* abuv*. 1 on land* .a C : Cla.S* on oUiei Und* of Dr. J. I Ba**u on land, of UM Chlal* of II. Byiio* d*..a-ril and on a Riaht of wa> Si*' II Ihe South Ea-o .id parrel ol land leadliul I noad or tiowK.i nl-e the aame may abut and bound. 1 1 %  %  %  II %  %  iral Mill Au.,1-1, |0M siyf II. 1 ,. HARBOUR LOG rA^TS-a•vl % %  ARoy*' ronu 1 OrtS* A Blue Pin S> rip* n to order Bra.-.' M B5 O*-"!*SI Comin To-day al BUnw.y Be*.jAwn at ~— %  %  %  A-w^i-i .: %  "'TDIGHEE LAOirv m one and two pteea rtvloa to .0 ;n.l ri %  • M'*d*tn Dr*** Shoppe lt _.^ ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. HAII.INO PfcOM AMSTSBnAM 1:1.1 II 1 11 VM ANO AXTWSB." %  -> %  %  .'' V A *lh. lh. tth %  I %  !H.(-S.A S" I't 1" lr "' ^ Ml is.. 1111M AMSTEBDAal *s f-i*virsuono AM IIO> S S t'oTTICA Ana iSlh SAILING TO MADEIRA. Pl.TMOITB. ABTWBr AND AMSIBBDAM 1 ORANJESTAD Aut. and B WIUJEMSTAD Sept Itth • MLINO TO TBINinAD. PABAMABIMO lltSfSARA. ETC H s iirci'RA Aua BtUi CUTTICA Bapt. Jth. S P STPSlOef, SO*, a CO LTO. AOEMrs PI ASTTC RAINCOATS In Pink Ma' W-nJt* „| S4 BC r Dnsf BE % %  pa 1 %  SCIENCr ROOKB—Compl*'* •" o ,.„ l*t year Dlplo-i-. Course a Imperial Coll*** of Tropical *a^""" Alto a m.mber < V A VI F-.am book aa wsn TAXOI,-Cu*ri %  %  MVP'SCRIPT-Boli recharo* '"• b..ll-iI The M V Mon-k-' l-rao A-.d P**naera for D-'i %  i.y Aiiticua. Montaorrat. St KliUS*vi. aalllna; Prlday. let Srpomb*r. B W.I SeheoRer Owners Asasela t ion Inr CooslEDee; Dtst: t43 ,01 s MIIVS e 1. s, ^,"! ,< KVTts i DCotANOI %  -I1.IIM. IOX1K.V Hltl*.'. In Carliile Bay h Plillln II Ihivl0n. Bch Hot. 1. 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D.rrviiMiil brotifl I 11" ; %  nd aa Launches of iresl frul 5( Vincent The Moitrk* IXOtJght M !' %  %  I %  i-rs ol fii-sh trult ii m l> rnlnii %  l>*a*i AIIRfVAIB M V Culd-.d Rollv*.. MB Una net %  .. I'M. 100 Ion* net. dipt llu 1 r l DEPASTURE Bch I-ly NmWrn I I, I 'I'' label, for l> Ships In 1 ouch With Barbados) Coastal Station %  Mill 1 Lid YAWL— •'PrapUta" apprnr St lona with Gray Marine enaln* %  nndltlor SSOM a %  'J n j R. Edwordi. • 0bBn# ,i o B „ 7EPTO APtl*optl* P*ncll lor Bemovirafftrtar rrrWwo.B_Sal %  rmchti' Prut storoa ai w In I.MiV BOUNCY 11 A ..a CANADIAN CBUTBEfl 31 Aur IADV unjtOrf ..llBopt I ANADIAN CHAMJ7.-r.RK 71 S*pl. I.AIiV FOnNTY I> Ort CANADIAN CMCIMEJ* Oet. IADV NEIAON I Nov IJ Au| II Ana: '. Sent 1 Bapt 13 SafB 14 Bapt. IS Se' *i Bopl %  Sept. — IOct. II bat Ji Ort. 71 Oat. rt Oct. — 1 Nov 4 Nov. ( N"v. IS No* %  I I Bapt. I A' Y BODNEY . IS Bert I-ADY NEION I Oil. I-ADY BODNEY .. • Nov. I-ADY NELSON IS Nov — It Dar I \MIII 1 B 101 pr. Choqura on Banker* .. i'ISIIH MM %  Rank* !" Demand %  loUowlnj thip* inio.iah 1 1 B S Pr.thfinder. B K Rcdm. I It S Daaeld. 8 I 1I .. S -. |. '. K /. ii^m.tad. SB P<. t B A'ctm Cavallrr%  I H. Gull Di ., %  : -.. H B Alcoa. Pointer H s M Earn Deia.ans B Sari 1 KuflnaB S Bi1 S Rera; B B Tob.a. K si Bros*: B.B Iteoen Aar*"tl B| S Captali Mi M V Caralbn .man. SB Poft DO tfutom* B.B Eaao Avllar fl B noiora Uru dl .Mia BStM 1 It*) or. 1 sMa ,M"|SC RAH1H>4A1.H IMmand 417 M n * v %  MAIL NOTICES Dsi 1 uu Ai.naii... Mo. H K.n I" Ihe M V M.. %  1 :*t Bkapur^DM 'MM \ bi ins s I <"i ... ._ I-.. irvder and Or'in %  %  • It*. hfailt for BI Luria u.i-r-e. Mont-*. a t ALOOJ %  1 MM •i. MI wn HS# An Ideal Ton.< •evsrsfS gflaf a Kott and Ttflnt Dr Hoi gfsBBtM H It BO HsooHt* than s Lsoor but conta.ni Rtal food vsluo b* 1 d • t boittfl s 0*l.i'o MI Drink. UNBMEAKABl* Milllli:-\ IMMS 1 REAL ESTATE Th..t IS tha "';•;' % %  "" %  *' JOHN 1.1 rOH BAIJ-; At You. rjsa won... ia> st. Si. 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f %  .1 J S-|ii i' III If <-1jBarbadooceE Jiiuttcate Prirr: IIVK CUtTI REDS PUSH FORWARD TWO MILES Barbados Alerted For Storm All Clear Before Midday pOl.lCKMKN knocked on door* in mmlr> had coine down nod people were warned in expert high winds and showerlate in Ihe day, craft ut-re at uncc ordered irecnage by Ihe HarONE YEAR AGO A year aio ivdaj, aepu m'.rr 1, IM*. Barbados had rxpcrieneed a nur mis* Hilh a upli -ii tilin i Hi,| |„] fortunately p*wd ihr Island bill In It, akr il had left nh wind* and %-4 •d high In ,i •Ay ami drdad Ihe landuapc was co\ i the lamiliar ...ilh ,..;. %  : HundnMs are alroadj ill, M ,| Symptoms throughout the day ha\e bMO Mondii.v wiin ragular gu*t of wind accompanied with ligh' gfeoircr i At 7 pm the atadoall: restlessly dreading tlic ing midnntht hurt Thr chi dw appoint-.il ar ol ihtGrand Ft % %  %  Dre Prlj whiclt was to ua ment House Ihii aored by the Wife. Mis. Mi'Donald. into :hi bum md Shipping Master, churci. Miu nag out then waralngt, ono the machinery of communication. *en: into action in full. As early as 6 a.m. housewives, were busy putting up shutters and some houses had their glass win•tows pasted over with strong paper. Some fllled bucket with mnd und had them ready at suggested in the Hurricane Relief pamphletstorm lanterns weie d nppUM ol tresh water laid in. A Few Stores Open By eight p.m. only %  %  , ,,,„,, n the iiiy were open and itoroji % %  ,1: p..let ., I M ,i,. if the show windows QQI :,: %  .-,• -,||--%  I' „ %  i . nV the opening and closing piob Mm; tliev were closed for stock taklni, But when an oihcial announce ment at 1015 stated th.it u present position and for movement of the hurricane wai such as to remove Ihe rhanee of d^geroua winds to Barbados although some showers could be exiwclcd later in the day. ihe '.iiiti.it,ar> warnings irtffl taken down and cily groceries and More.began lo open like mushlooms. The dry goods stores did a roaring trade in candles, storm hammers, naUs ami burswto. Those who had lcn < aught unprepwed like the v.rgms -c WHOONEM, lnhlan. tgflgfJMI and otH.r cr.ft bnddle into Statue Of Pilgrim Virgin Goes To B.G. 'BuUrtoi Advwat* C.irtrmonOinl GtUKUfcTOWN, Aug. 11 More than 25.UOO turned wn w Wednesday evening to receive tl the ratima Pilgrim Virgin Statue a, scenes unprwendenled in Culooy's history marktii the inumphanl proeMiMi fiom the Hang Convant, Charlagtowii, tu the ImiiKwulakCyjircption Caitiuir.it, llrlckdam. 1 I % %  chMd at 2 pan., %  I trj:.. alnM %  avan omiding wbiM along the proce*. ii-n route CalhoUc homes were illuminaled and decoroled wit: bUntiBft lliiwers. and Banners carrying inscriptions "Ave Maria! Welcome to ine : Mtli1:. Band O" Sundav afternoon thev will it i p.m.. BgndMlght proce*I 'ii%  : naliou( Commlllw m support of the President'i requact for thaddition of 51,000,000,000 for mutual detente aid to ftenaUoni but uid not get a chance i<> read iL 1 .; the highly indusIrialiard countries uf Western EutoDf including Western Oermiifty could make a vatj g/ea! contribution. Utilisation of German resources. Ii. declared, "does not In any way IE ply the revival of Ihe German military machine 1 Hoffman said that because of the economic impact of European Tearmament, the "tandurd of UvIng In Eur,a left Singapore cafly to-day for Saigon and wa* last teen 90 minutes after Ihe take nff. when slie reported all well .suHderlond Flying Boats, LINbombers and Dakota Ti Secret Draft Of Soviet—E. German Treaty Published IIAMBUKl!. AuitUht 31 THK INDEPENDENT NFAVSPAPER Die W.-I, Vc^d.y publish*.'what is claimea 1c ! %  th.. s.cr,t drafl „f u 1,,-HTN !*twn thSoviet Union and the Ea, German Hopubl,.' Hit dralt according to Die Welt provided loi il,.with. drawal of Soviet occupational forces within lix montli !L ?.. C J":' US '"" of lhc re'yKam Ciermanv would U permitted to maintain a "Uorder Po'.cF,„,>> ,,( ,„,„„, men, %  H.I.CP Force ol lOO.OOO men and ron-e the report stated. The Anxiliar t'p vl 6 .m. s IHE U \II\IM. IS OVIill • Ndtted a ,„',,„_ wn t mpulffoi %  %  %  i und %  fiii 4 "i ft< luwon ..f ttwj alao i end to I.-... romlBi ,i ihi i ..,„ UPKUit) I., t .-i IG %  on tha .l.llt .. .. .i the Lima ol i In .it.i in • %  ; ,i,M mttti in,, j,..|,. i The text >h L i fnloo ru*kii. M,aa mud :.. l,.. V e hand•d ovei MM documem tu Ftuaaian >o the Germana oa Augnjci .4 m „i LTIbrtght, Deputi £MS t II maun Pron lei %  iiei boMSt at 19.15 a.1 %  Vldgrlou THE CHAMBERLAIN BRIDOE swings to let this icaooner, Burma D, through to th* sstar bsila. 3 British Soldier's Hanged FAY1D. Worn Canal Zone. Aug 31 Three young llntish were hanged at a secret execution place in the Suez Canal Zone i--i.IV Throughout the uigt.t. tl..moUti of the throe soldiers h;.i iMfrt I|IM prs/ed in a private resldanco 90 miles away in Cairo. c British soldiens. all in .h''ir twenties bad been condemn— Ihl murder of an Egyptli garage watchman. The hangman, li'rr I', rpolnt. was flown specially from Britain to carry out the sentence Only military parnii 1 %  were present at th* exeIn the last hours of thtur Uvaal the three man In accordance with custom, were naked if they had last requeat. >!•'>received religious mini! trajlofil from an army chaplain Within 30 minute*, the final act :' the drama which had made a 'rep impression on British troops wag over. T>r mothers were cxix-ctf'l <>> eave for Britain In a chartered "lornlng. about an hour fter the executlonn. Th.men watt to be buried at tk British Military Casna>*ry in •'" Sue* Canal Zone. are sentenced U death for the murder of a iraga wutchman during From their units. Tha, Military Ccnrt which trtod tham 1 recommendation for mercy —r Soviets I'u-uue /nd The Soviet Govei %  to paadgfa) "practaral • t any Uari .' 11 l.. s.., \, :in,n..:iv th.East German Oovto lend .Hi Union in a "i threat la The s-.vi.-i Unioii wouh inI.-..1 in....... 1 ..1 Western .>•> 1 lh;,l ex in* Inretui r.-*i 1.. m,\\ ish. Czech '>i Hii.* 1..11 '. 1 1 u-.r i> • an liitiiiaalialf Uu aai La la be 1 flowed productioti •ut not yet prodllctloi: of lu-.iv.> .11 ..rid Uniks Th< K.IIU..I tton DUWmU ctalmad, wa put under Bovlat oontrol, tuod So vaag controllei had to be given f reg ' %  • 1 1 an A Lminl Aratlmi < ...aml Knitir Until theSoviet Uniol coaudd • 1 taut Gar many atrong 1 hai coeal I naval forces thaSoariet navy would 1 ,.iiti..i LCM m coaafa Thg treaty W....1.) rion-exlstent "lhabllltlea 1 from tha % %  1 many hi th. M on." It nrum C.IIMII." present Dei %  ontler %  %  an irra^'xrahlv 1 and !< %  .-ialons n tin Sai Id be rej.cted. Tlie dr;.fi finally el<. roi c-rii r-i %  Rods €3oae Down British Wookly IN MOSCOW 1 <>!\I>i IN, Au|. 31 Th* "Brltiah Ally" a l; %  1-" putaUahad by the IritiSh Knit MOM ->W will ii.li..it... n.-xi Sunday, ha Ki.r.-nin otSaa ansaouticad to-day. 1 itemenl laanail hen aid s..\i. aulhuritiea aava %  Bapailad 'Ii. Ueeihion by reatrictnigcircui.itii.il <>i tu. nawagjMipai Tha BrtuBh U13 anaa nrat 1 d durinai 'inwar in A gual 1943, %  (. pail 1. p-ublli ation by ihi Ben IM %  s. lei Weekl) ' iK'lit au>K ItH %  s, put. lo abOtrl Great tha v% %  11. niv ' wua dej%  full ..mi curate inloi mi lion about Hum's cl.niu--.ttf I.M.'iKn DOlil %  %  m.lit added ttfcBl <>n%  ri.Hit Brttiah Paraign PoKev itcmeiii aran akivayg printed full Bgad tii.'t thr "Urilian .... ,,-, m .,1. Inted lourca %  >! Inlormatlon hn e Soviet Ui.i.m • When unsold Mfuea of tho %  11.11 > 1950 isfcu.warn retumasj thi to -I unsold d it claai that th'y .-.'. %  %  Illng paanta tiui.uvhout thviet Union tor distribution, the %  Id I'hmil', poaatbla .oncluaion I %  I, %  % %  .,t. .ict of igurd polley Soviet AuUioriUoa hmvg (.,., . IdM to U "iigle thiHi UrJ %  Mi1 A ly" by dt'fiyinat Sovi.-t rcadcii, %  ,. —tamaai Poliee Kill 2, Injure 22 In Kiol Bombay %  in;!. London Kefttles A Fiin-inti Oil an in I %  portiuK lb* n vv.-rr .,r this drafl r>I t'A-een Ea und RuaeV 1UAY. Au*T. 31 TWO %  %  ••! -i % %  i-;ill<-(i .mil %  22 Injured wru ... -. ,,,J Btiflg III 1"U! .. ., 81 Othei %  Gran • raiu axui thegri i..n to hold up • B) lip rffi sink'-: CO I violrin i.mti ivtoui I nsea and trains running I led and few peaaenrUXhUJ Icuurad Tin city'a i". %  .1111 —Rruti-i Against U.S. Guns (By ALEX VALENTINK) i'OKVO, S ^pV/0 COMMUNIST Divisions swarmed up to two miles into American held territory in '-heir all out offensive against Masan, the gateway to tin.' vital supply port of Pusan, this morning. Communists swarmed over the Nam River under a full moon in a frontal attack which open ed just after midnight. Before dawn they had split up into 20 spear heads, driving wedges in and around American positions. The United States 36th and 24th Infantry Regiments and the Fifth Regimental combat team were still holding their positions this morning, but they were having to fight "soldiers' battles" of the Crimean War type to do so. Mi M. iv tin-n levelled tlu-ir uns at point blank range the Communists, who swarmed in on them from Hank and rear. T ilrft'tuU'is. using the moot powerful charges their [tiru eouid take, baestea hoha In the Conmuiutt fnrtges headlong] -suindc" .itucks. I h di ml weie hiM|'d up 111 hunt .( the IwiUcries At [ung lucl in EM abandonajd beetuiM tht Ii I •! OUt, —— American troopa cut dawn aeval luiiuli.il ('.'ii inuruiU v .tan %  kJa. ive no i ever in U.inlon rt thi k.rul have beci %  tiea did iw.t poaaeaK any i wii,. • a> on i||r 7 I BUD kc IMITATION I onalB, a "' H| %  seat •--.I tha %  J his -lofjan %  hat naed %  %  tha tha j.'>*xi thai 1 i-n 55 K\\Ui\ In Plane Crash IN EGYPT CAIRO, Aug. 31. pa pla, Including %  I HII K,\ pt'| must "II" Still VN,..,|t!,v Il til tilt nted Nation.t anl>. tha in in when Am %  ,sr.H „{ • iryiand" aahed m tha dwrrt %  ; ,in< i... hi • l< In the 111 %  .-Ir 1 Road -Mir, Ki, 1 .> Mm 1 no* running |n Uon: dm I.M it.mi, „. O.I it had ., .1 fron tha atrpod anaan It %  %  W adi Natrun, watt of 1 I I 1 v 1 .main Hit %  and *>a bu n out aaatrch pgu ti ( .,,, bagaj mil k-aa reuorled %  %  Aceordui 1 %  latamenh Airlines, lharo get aboard 1 • Pl. HI.T!i, :.,t.,; rmlwrl.a. : ..11.. .,, %  ., .1 1 %  au n 11 %  n>: oatttori th.it agti ouo bava ieeti gomed HM' I'II iiiquines blch iiati t" ba put oft until >i d .it. i.ivi.iltv |is! m -it. 1. n,.1 BgyntaauUi Italtani UuUai Rnd Ainti iium wetv •in: p.LM-na.-rs listed. I 1 Aiiiin. 1 ..nwi.iii-. itiiniii nu Murvlvora from Uic nab — Keutn. had : between llw furwiird md 1 .ar akanmand puats. The V01 Hi K1.1i !•'! in he using two OsVlatoaa, aupportad laAda. in the aswiult louMiiiM.1S.111 rn.11 iiuin %  fforl an divided batwten the Masan ares, ami the town of Uaman t.. Uv %  • ui W> A stutT OnVei ol UN .\,m 1 an Bacond ttvuikan cofiflrniad by telephooa thai thara had been .1 geni.,l .itt.n-k by l-'iiimiiiusts along in(Uvialonal aat lor. The ruth raaajgqafiiaj furc* gm bad "iii thrag lanka which lrii-,l tu bla I Oflan .1 road for ifanti 1 vntuaU) k.'t pai ,1 block hy crawUna through 1 ..rid 1 ixiuring fire on : r n H'sttion n.*thi-i ncrs had tut MAKHII hehinil tlur • I the 0.1*1 aftM paddy Held.' |hc ArnaVlog At davii th 111. Klilll tu nh.t U.11 lighting Mcanwhm tin Anu-ikan Twmly-rourth and Thirty-Fifth rcgV iiivnta weie liuldinK out again iuT>ui the same tvpe of attack, currying thr tlKht, iii.,ugh tnaejaaat aa.n ,'utBv InillBlb Blink Root! ('iiimmiiiitt.-. Blao blaakad the road II-.KIIHK north and south UmMiafa Ham.tn. Tha town waa still tielng held by American %  Uwy had to fight in the utreets lo bold ofl tha atw IUM Tha situ.in..11 aarl) thta ntornlaj .i.ts thai tho Cornmunuti had tonncad alt %  long this front minim Hi %  Anu'iif ins inn It was reopen .1 link itWtOn thf i 11 ...t.i .ml U "IU cut nfT ,i. th.'r-nl /v.nerlcaii oonvon aageribad it" pusition a.s "aarloui hut mil .le*:..i iaa —Reatcr. /. z BARBADOS BOrTLING Co. Ltd. extends Us Good Wishes to Caribbean theatres £td. for a Very Successful Opening of the Jhridgetown 3?laza and joins with many others in wishing this fine Theatre, every Success in (he future. SEE •RFFRFSHMFM IHHOlKill HIE YEARS Th Stor, ol COCA-COIA Iron. .11 infancy lo hSe now Ijmoul 'COK1 at it i. familiarly known lh world ovw. This very interesting short sub/eel will be screened together with the opening picture WARNER BROS outstanding Musical Production — ••LOOK FOR IHI SILVER LINING"



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, IMP THE CHAPMAN PIN6HEIK COLUMN TAKE 14 FAC ES-AND M IX THEM The result is BEAUTY every time Rupert and the Hack-r oom Boy-40 'IMlESfc new OR TRIPLETS STOCKHOLM three luces provide Intriguing insight into man's Ideals of lemiiniie Mautj rhey offer an explanation ol why tome womenlike HELEN Ot 1RO\ LADY HAMILTON, and LILt i.Wi.lliV .RMII .. world-wide senWith thttl looks rr.i-v im> JUKI esp.ain wtof tne gr.i'.eal artist* like K%l*ilM. BUITICELLI. and .. iiNsBOKoliili gave tiieir port rail* o( .11 ageless ettnieji quality which the bUtUKtl*U! admire* as : .y Dcautilul. FfCTUM No. 1 ** made t> supcrtmpoalflf pl-it<.grapnic negative! of lourtetn Jl >c*r-oid girls chosen ai random by UK u.Wlli KA'iz. professor oi psychology at t.*-;cKiiolm Unlvers;ty. The professor pain*. -Hatched Uii picture* lor stie. lealur. by feature, to obtain a perfect oicnd *r the M PICTURE No. I wa* made in UM same way from photogrtipha of 14 quite differed* girls riC'TI'KF. No. 1 la a similar blend r>l 14 %  ('.hers Any sizable batch or *1 year-old girl* yields almost exactly the lame average face whoever carries .in the blending of the 6 ,cures. 63-year-old Professor .atr claims About 14 pictures an iMded to produce an average face Supvrhnp. sing more pictures on It IRUM no iurtiHT dincrcnce H. fB S ui f o| the experiments is 'be lact ihst bowvei plan 'be girl* may oe. then avrrngr IBM 'iluavi bratuihil Nothing hi* cottagr Rupai -,:o iht garden "I My. Daddy." ka alb. Dyou mnembet thai ltd dirk bottle iiat ib ••* imp ffiM' I left ii *nh vo ' '* %  mvtrung elf* camup through the •Wrdt. Well. *no. K C •c hit .itdoenly grown &tlOH J and poor top of it. to can I uk 'he bo'ik and we il II -O.K. >Hi rht cottage inJ grtbl lht bo I, \(.ll \II< '!. %  I MATINtH : TO-DAY A>JI> TO MOKROW AT J.0 P M. TO-NIGHT TO MONDAV NIGHT AT t M J Arthur BANK presents • STEWART CHANGER JEAN SIMMONS in "ADAM AND EVELYNE" A I'll 1111 % %  I M lit million ill Release SATURDAY, 8.45 P.M. SEPTEMBER 2ND FOLLOW THE TRAIL Fi.Ott PICiURE Ko. 1 lO PUSTlffis KB. 14... ... :. %  .I ... kn THE NUMBERED /uees a>r pholuS rupAa ot 17-l/cur-iMd unit. iu!'i nu claim i> outstanding beauty The pictures marked by teller* art conposi <. ptiotugraphs made b caretultu b-t ,tina the girts' features FACES NOS I AND £. whet; blended till MM MOMra .1 ffaH Ho* I. 2. and 3, dett gait picture B and soon :!! 14 photographs rttl "AVERAGE FACE" eft u MM very tttlte after pUtuie O. although the i)>erlmposed on It are markedly different. on JUST SISTERS: The SMNWff (ri.hDand • I.-'.' lurpinr >eu. THi TEST £ver> *oin-ii 'i *>me facet ol [rmiiuiif BaUt| ineae laceu 1,1,1,1 in ^ •unpoaite Picture eajaostUiMj on 1 *U u^iinoss and ymaing a iacv til ">e imdmonai MudootM hke ivpe Katibelu-vi-. Ual aieni arliaia nave the wbtlttv to Usiiu;i trom the mui o! Illc iieopia Ibe itveruge face wbich i-tubxnci the nl tiruuiy Maybe we ikutwnatiCMU> twlniire mich u luce beeniiie we instinclivelv recognise it aa soaiethutH <<• in nmuitn naiura. It u perbapa lot me wme reaioo mat momen *nittirui The r*eult—a* 'hiatrip of plcturee *tio* was always beautiful. These plcturea air mude up trom pliotograpn* ol Swedistt C irla. But in bis labonuorv ere KMU Hhotn-d me iln n or Hlmllur experimenta be oncarrled out with Italuui. Pinnish Davniali and mint EngliMi Rim RISULT? rhe average white n,itiun Infer sllghtlv but Ulev retwrntiK. one anoiher to n degrt-tf which ndicuw-s Hit !>%  %  racial theonea. And thev an aluovi out in the CIRMICHIIV beautiful mould Profriaftir KaU lUlda Uiat wltn Mfa naiii produce %  SB, mu. I lo be used a'i avenme lace. I'hta aukwe^la Hi*' "l"' "unioer oi ptclur-% nerde^t to yield an (•<*• nu iircvWe a yardalick tor coinpaiihe unilormity ol different men. The srniler iht number ii.i'tiriM required tile mor n x.ii .. race i UkaU i oe ik like album phoi uRrnphs liowinw oil' lieimm Riomnif up The dwpner hi:e-h,vired proleasor is no* working with urapha or murderera and to track down 'he nverar* rrimlnal face I ban tor i j; ;.i tin ;i week'.noliday Marine Host) Vitiled Her Father js^ISS PAT 1.KW1S. who fo. iva the past three watkl hai .ring her father Mr A L lwis in Barbailoa. i<* | itt. yesterday allemoon bi I. WIA. Lawsi wa* formerly with (able iitwi Wireless (W.I.I Ltd, a-' itor ot the Georgetown He is now retired and i | here Cohib Callinq Rtiident Tutor For B.G. ^mwwow ww rawM^waaiamBaoa.' pKrcjaHEsiiviSro •" rT7nrn MV OORJ)ON — in M ... FP£D W. A. CAS. RstliVi deM fulor In the Leewar... land* of the University College of the W.I left hen \ %  -hen -viU act as Resii enl Tutor Ihgffl B.Q bl I .vllhout a Kcsident Tutor. ,.i ( il it is juil ii temporary apI ointment until a new tutor arBorn In Malaya M R. STKPHRN SKFU IIV II rived from BJG yeatarday by B.WXA. for a short I in Barbados. Mr Skelchy. who hi Malayan born u with UM p ik( wan" M i i works about IM D Georgetown TECHNrCOLOR ni QAVI D BUTLER — • aaaaWC! Exlra (on Stage) 8.15 p.m. "THE POLICE BAND" Conducted by < mt. RAISON, ARC M (By kind pcrmlaaion of the Commissioner of Police) DOORS. OPEN AT 7.00 P.M. AT THE PLAZA THEATRE F OR the ilrst time Wei Indlee CrtcfesH tour began, cricket took I back seal Barb day Clutl Inien st was the hurrlcanc raslni m the Caribbaan Congrarulationt A >oii was born yesterday In Mn Ian Oaji " ol the Control Tower Officer *<|R AND MRS Desmond Chal> enterdsv to spend I .ii'h.idi" •upar Mn In from B.G. by It W I A eeks' holiday in are staying nt > Guest House. WorthG. Mr Chali .HUM.I nnd To Study Medicine R. ERNEST HARROW ol Delmont Road who was until recently a student at Harrison College, left on Monday by air via Trinidad for the U S A to join his father Mr Dtatflej Harrow Control Tower Officer at Atkin : T r.. Kditor of son Field, and he told Carib, that Ernm>t tola cariL tiU .:< Carlo he would very much like to hnve tends to study medicine through the Control understands tliiit mnlher and son ;. look nro doing well and oilers conTower a I Se ion* to the family. .. .. Here For ThOpening Left Yeiterday A liitlVliNt; on Wwlnodiiy by TER a months holiday on 1 B-W.J I sn Trinidad I\. lM S t Jame^' coast, Mrs. especially for the opening of the violet Wright, wire of Mr. Teddy new Plug Cinema were Mi HenWright who i* with Hookers iy Teelucksingh, Managing DirecManufacturing Department in Theatres u.G. and their three daughters. Ltd Mr. Ronnie i|r Silva. Manuaar uf the Britiah ami Qantral ribn Dlataibutora Ltd., Mr, Leo Graau, Manager of the Wan.ti i dor Tebay. of United Artlsu> Piclures. ... companlad hlg tvifa nd .n the w i eh noute Of Western Electric who came ovoi IQ Inatall tl returned to U.G yesterday afteri.oon by B.W.I A Their good friends Mr. and Mrs Fred Olton, were at Seawell to M-ithem off Off To U.S. WEN WALTON, wife of Iberl Walton, Presient of the United States section Combermcre Old Boys' Arriving l^fRS GWE was Mr. AY1 Mr Wil sound equip' the new Association, returned to the U.S.A. plan, "" Monday evening by air via \ nr*i f>l m Swimmar Trinidad. She had SlK'Ilt MX Venezuelan Swimmer uI ,. ks |inl((li> jml w J ^^ Keturned wKb her inolher Mrs Miriam M R. AND M"RS. ltaoul DomlnHeckles of Brittona Hill guez tad III n Qaaton Mrs. Walton *> k Barbadian weeks' holiday in who had paid her llrst visit tc Barbados relunn-il to VggwgajgfB the island in 27 years. %  mornlnsj by B.WXA, Accompanying her was Mrs. spent most of his time Lcla Cummins another Barbadian at the Aquatic Club swimming ''ho had been residing in the living and "Goggle Fishing". He U.S.A. for 32 years. Mrs Cum.f Ibt lu.idiii. -.Milliners mlns spent thn-e rnontbg* holiday %  i I -n' .on! was staying with ner Hotai mother Mrs Winsborough of Day1 1.1: Road, Here For Six Weeks They both said that they had |R. ANH MRS Colin Alley he %  wonderful holiday and were dei otn Vi-tir/ueld via ''aThted at being back In B HW : \ ye terd^y hadoa seeing their ralativea and morninn to .pend six weeks' hollrenewing olcH acquaintances. They rtav in Baruiido* *nd will be begged to say goodbye to all those is family at Bush n lends who contributed in m li-.il Bouaa, St Michael. •"* '" elr *iV such an enjoyable Their three chiNren. arc alone .... ..los and were at Mny of their relatives iind well • their parent*. v-lshers were a> the airiKirt wish them bon voyage M" to say goodbye lo h %  ther fiicndCAUL IN AND ARRANGE FOR YOUR X'MASj CALENDARS 11H1 K #7J AVOID THE RUSH AOVOfATF PKINTIMi DIPT. Bum & Hinges Locks Hasp* & Staples Barrel tvolta l.i.;' Chimneys Burners & Wicks SEEDS BRIGGS STEELE NOW THE IH'KHICANE AND It.MNV SEASON IS APPROACHING We are luliy Slocked with • REAL DIFFERENCE WITH CABBAGE. LrtCfcM Naili Hanir..T Kilr Rooting Conip,iunil Sisal Rope BUTTER 8^ 16^ Call n| Our Hnrdwiirc St Ironmongery Depf. Telephone No. 2039 REMEMBER: There is no Parking Problem when you shop with ua GARDEN RAKES. TOOLS CANS, SHEARS WATERING BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. THE CORNER STORE -vnACtoocotiftC BaMCasaMM j


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, September 01, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Prirr:
iivk CUtTI
REDS PUSH FORWARD TWO MILES
Barbados Alerted
For Storm
All Clear Before Midday
pOl.lCKMKN knocked on door* in mmlr> n ii li::h(s shone throughout the island soon niter Ihrn
o'clock before dawn yestrrdaj,. when Burbudns mus iilerletl
lo prepare lor u slorm
By 1ialf-p:iM leu. ihe storm w,irning> had coine down
nod people were warned in expert high winds and shower-
late in Ihe day,
craft ut-re at uncc ordered
irecnage by Ihe Har-
ONE YEAR
AGO
A year aio ivdaj, aepu m'.rr
1, IM*. Barbados had rxpcri-
eneed a nur mis* Hilh a
upli -ii tilin i Hi,| |- ]
fortunately p*wd ihr Island
bill In It, akr il had left
nh wind* and %-4 ihat look % of
Md pu thai ran
Into seven! ihwund. f
Mm,
The first ollir
flu,
PvMfftf Rl
rt,.l II
P-m on ihr night of ,Vu-us[
30 thai i dlslurhnnrr wj. lu-
ca'.rd .hi a blitodV of 12 de-
ireea north, longitude M <.
At -n: west II WH ihrn Ittff
mik* cmt--iub-*rt of Bar-
bados and was moving wet-
iort*-wr*l at ihaul u-n or
twelve mill-, .in hour.
Wind. In Ihr centra : the
'lUturhaiire had vrJodtv of
33 mllr-. .,ii Hour
The -frond rablc dr scribed
ihP IllU,:. ,. ft, f "Slig |,|
intensity" and gave the dlrec-
llon as 12 degree* north and
II degree, went. Thi* cable
put It twenty mil- nrarcr lo
Barbados slUl eaal-*ouUi-e.t*l.
and now moving weal at about
8 lo 19 ntitM an hour and
wind velocilv ..a-* -.(in fj
MM an hour.
Cautionary hurricane warn-
ings werr given all over Ihe
aland. There ua. ,, undue
alarm onb qulpi preparation*
and eventual!) thr official in-
formation on August 31
that the hurrkaiie hud p4.rd
But during in.- Dinht of
\ujtust a aaW September 1
*VJ rain* thai evreeded
nine Iprltes In ...in, p4rU of
Ihe island and ...in inches in
most parti accompanied bv
high wind, poured uWuiids
of galloiu of water into resi-
dential diatrivu Iloodiiit the
Bridge Roail. I onsliluUon md
River Koad areas, drowning
fight aud winking M*-fvr
Haasea in Ihr si. tflrliar! 4rea
alone.
Antigua
Prepares For
Hurricane
ib-.u.** Ad.w.n.. Co-r..nnfid.iii
ANTIC L'A, Aug. 31.
Ten days ago Antigua endured
"null Hurricane.'" Today An-
tigua ,s preparing to face any-
thing small or large What a sight
to behold' Antigua is i
battened down.
At 6 am th,* morning u
reconnaissance plane n hj I
and wi. hardl> .
d high In ,i
Ay ami drdad
Ihe landuapc was co\ i
the lamiliar ...ilh ,..;.:
HundnMs are alroadj
ill, M ,|
Symptoms throughout the day
ha\e bMO
Mondii.v wiin ragular gu*t of
wind accompanied with ligh'
gfeoircri At 7 pm the
atadoall:
restlessly dreading tlic
ing midnntht hurt
Thr chi
dw appoint-.il ar
ol iht- Grand Ft Dre Prlj
whiclt was to ua
ment House Ihii
aored by the
Wife. Mis. Mi'Donald.
into :hi
bum md Shipping Master, churci.
Miu nag out then waralngt, ono
the machinery of communication.
*en: into action in full.
As early as 6 a.m. housewives,
were busy putting up shutters and !
some houses had their glass win-
tows pasted over with strong
paper. Some fllled bucket with
mnd und had them ready at sug-
gested in the Hurricane Relief
pamphlet- storm lanterns weie
d nppUM ol tresh water
laid in.
A Few Stores Open
By eight p.m. only *, ,,,,,
n the iiiy were open and itoroji
..... ,1: p..let ., I M,i,.
if the show windows Qqi
:,:.-, -,||--- I'
i . .
nV the opening and closing piob
Mm; tliev were closed for stock
taklni,
But when an oihcial announce
ment at 1015 stated th.it u
present position and for
movement of the hurricane wai
such as to remove Ihe rhanee of
d^geroua winds to Barbados al-
though some showers could be
exiwclcd later in the day. ihe
'.iiiti.it,ar> warnings irtffl taken
down and cily groceries and
More.- began lo open like mush-
looms.
The dry goods stores did a
roaring trade in candles, storm
hammers, naUs ami
burswto. Those who had lcn
< aught unprepwed like the v.rgms
no more chances now and e
oil in then lamps
Of the Caravel "Ntna"
was postponed and tb
.-. j> -c "
WHOONEM, lnhlan. tgflgfJMI and otH.r cr.ft bnddle into
Statue Of
Pilgrim Virgin
Goes To B.G.
'BuUrtoi Advwat* C.irtrmonOinl
GtUKUfcTOWN, Aug. 11
More than 25.UOO turned wn w
Wednesday evening to receive tl
the ratima Pilgrim Virgin Statue
a, scenes unprwendenled in
Culooy's history marktii the
inumphanl proeMiMi fiom the
Hang Convant, Charlagtowii, tu
the ImiiKwulak- Cyjircption Ca-
itiuir.it, llrlckdam.
1 I chMd at 2 pan.,
I trj:.. alnM avan
omiding wbiM along the proce*.
ii-n route CalhoUc homes were
illuminaled and decoroled wit:
bUntiBft lliiwers. and Banners
carrying inscriptions "Ave Maria!
Welcome to ine On landing at the Airways
ramp, the statue was greeted with
i'Chi rain.
It was taken in a motor car
procession to the Convent where
It was enthroned on a temporary
shrine against the eastern wall.
Signing surging fren/jed
'.1 the Cathedral, ncees-
.'.tendance of all avail-
able foot r^-untcd police scouts.
Red Cross workers had n busy
time particularly at the Cathedral
where more than 7.000 jammed
the Riant edifice. Only women
were allowed in the I 1 I
anil even then 1,000 were left

In the absence of Bishop Wold
to It 'i hospital Vicar Dele-
|sjte Rev p. MaccaffrcA S J
tlttw and Father
htaore, and PCfltamd tha crown- ,rt Alrcra(t fom b). rrcnch AlI
n*W j* rorre machines from Saigon were
taarcnlng the area where
Ualroto was belwved to be.
Passengers aboard were three
Royal Air Force und two Army
men, whose nnmei were not give
-leuter.

'.>: Mtli-
1:. Band
O" Sundav afternoon thev will
it i p.m..
BgndMlght proce*-
I 'ii- .: Others Must
Help U.S.A.
Arm World
WASHINGTON. Autu.1 31
Marshall Ant Adnumsu-alur
Pitll G. lioffm-n said hero ^o-da^
tnat Anierlt.i "cannot and should
iiot bear the full burden of arm-
ing the free world".
The task, h* said, must be dis-
tributed among all ire*- nations
.i.cotdinK h Iheu ubility.
Ilottnuii indented a statament
yesterday to the Senute Appro-
i>naliou( Commlllw m support of
the President'i requact for th-
addition of 51,000,000,000 for
mutual detente aid to fte-
naUoni but uid not get a chance
i<> read iL
1 .; the highly indus-
Irialiard countries uf Western
EutoDf including Western Oer-
miifty could make a vatj g/ea!
contribution.
Utilisation of German resources.
Ii. declared, "does not In any way
IE ply the revival of Ihe German
military machine1'
Hoffman said that because of
the economic impact of European
Tearmament, the "tandurd of Uv-
Ing In Eur Slate* would naffer "by compai-
Ha with what would have been
P'ssible In ji more peaceful '
.rid "
"A dotciiuralion in Europe's,
trading position is sure," he said.
Reuler.
for uffts .K"in-t Hi-
10 Missing In
RAF. Plane
SINGAPORE. Aug. 31
R.A.F Headquarters here an-
nounced to-night that an R A F.
Dakota Courier Aircraft wilh a
crew of five and five passengers,
was missing over the South Chi
The Dii>- ,a left Singapore cafly
to-day for Saigon and wa* last
teen 90 minutes after Ihe take nff.
when slie reported all well
.suHderlond Flying Boats, LIn-
bombers and Dakota Ti
Secret Draft Of
SovietE. German
Treaty Published
IIAMBUKl!. AuitUht 31
THK INDEPENDENT NFAVSPAPER Die W.-I, Vc^d.y
publish*.'what is claimea 1c ! th.. s.cr,t drafl f u 1,,-hTn
!*twn th- Soviet Union and the Ea, German Hopubl,.'
Hit dralt according to Die Welt provided loi il,.- with.
drawal of Soviet occupational forces within lix montli
!L ?..CJ":'US'"" of lhc re'y- Kam Ciermanv would U
permitted to maintain a "Uorder Po'.c- F,,>> ,,( ,,,
men, H.I.cp Force ol lOO.OOO men and
ron-e the report stated.
The -
Anxiliar
t'p vl 6 .m.
s
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wn t .....mpulffoi .
i und fiii
4"i ft< luwon ..f ttwj
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end to I.-...
romlBi ,i ihi i ..,
UPKUit) I., t.-i
IG
on tha
.l.llt .. ..
.i the Lima ol i In
.it.i in
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The text
. >h L
i fnloo
ru*kii. M,aa mud :.. l,..Ve hand-
d ovei mm documem tu Ftuaaian
>o the Germana oa Augnjci .4 mi
LTIbrtght, Deputi mS
t ii maun Pron lei
iiei
boMSt at 19.15 a.1
Vldgrlou
THE CHAMBERLAIN BRIDOE swings to let this icaooner, Burma D, through to th* sstar bsila.
3 British
Soldier's
Hanged
FAY1D. Worn Canal Zone.
Aug 31
Three young llntish
were hanged at a secret execu-
tion place in the Suez Canal Zone
i--i.IV
Throughout the uigt.t. tl..- moUt-
i of the throe soldiers h;.i iMfrt
i|im prs/ed in a private resldanco
90 miles away in Cairo.
c British soldiens. all in
.h''ir twenties bad been condemn
Ihl murder of an Egyptli
garage watchman. The hangman,
li'rr I', rpolnt. was flown spec-
ially from Britain to carry out
the sentence Only military par-
nii 1 were present at th* exe-
In the last hours of thtur Uvaal
the three man In accordance with
custom, were naked if they had
last requeat.
>!'>- received religious mini!
trajlofil from an army chaplain
Within 30 minute*, the final act
:' the drama which had made a
'rep impression on British troops
' wag over.
T>r mothers were cxix-ctf'l <>>
eave for Britain In a chartered
"lornlng. about an hour
fter the executlonn.
Th.- men watt to be buried at
tk British Military Casna>*ry in
'" Sue* Canal Zone.
are sentenced U death
for the murder of a
iraga wutchman during
From their units. Tha,
Military Ccnrt which trtod tham
1 recommendation for
mercy r *
Soviets I'u-uue /nd
The Soviet Govei
to paadgfa) "practaral
t any Uari .' 11 l.. s.., \,
:in,n..:iv th.- East German Oov-
to lend
.Hi Union in
a "i threat la......
The s-.vi.-i Unioii wouh
in- I.-..1 in....... 1 ..1 Western .>>
. 1 lh;,l ex
in* In- retui r.-*i 1.. m,\\
ish. Czech '>i Hii.* 1..11 '. 1 1 u-.r i>
an liitiiiaalialf Uu aai La
la be 1 flowed
productioti ut not
yet prodllctloi: of lu-.iv.> .11
..rid Uniks Th< k.iIu..i
tton du- WmU ctalmad, wa
put under Bovlat oontrol, tuod So
vaag controllei had to be given f reg
' ' 1 1 an A Lminl Aratlmi
< ...aml Knitir
Until the- Soviet Uniol coaudd
1 taut Gar many atrong
- 1 hai coeal I
naval forces thaSoariet navy would
1 ,.iiti..i lcm m coaafa Thg
treaty W....1.)
rion-exlstent "lhabllltlea 1
from tha - 1
many hi th. M on." It
nrum c.iImii."
present Dei ontler
an irra-
^'xrahlv 1..... and !<
.-ialons n tin Sai Id be re-
j.cted.
Tlie dr;.fi finally ill (in-
ii an 1-1 '
re being l>el<. roi c-rii r-i

Rods 3oae
Down British
Wookly
IN MOSCOW
1 <>!\I>i IN, Au|. 31
Th* "Brltiah Ally" a l;

1-" putaUahad by the
IritiSh Knit Mom ->w will
ii.li..it... n.-xi Sunday,
ha Ki.r.-nin otSaa ansaouticad
to-day.
1 itemenl laanail hen
aid s..\i. aulhuritiea aava
Bapailad 'Ii. Ueeihion by reatrict-
nigcircui.itii.il <>i tu. nawagjMipai '
Tha BrtuBh U13 anaa nrat
1 d durinai 'in- war in
A gual 1943, (. pail 1.
p-ublli ation by ihi Ben IM

s. lei Weekl) '
' iK'lit au>K ItH
,
s, put. lo abOtrl Great
tha v-11-
. .niv
" wua dej-
full ..mi
curate inloi mi lion about
Hum's cl.niu--.ttf I.M.'iKn DOlil
m.lit added ttfcBl <>n-
ri.Hit Brttiah Paraign PoKev
itcmeiii aran akivayg printed
full Bgad tii.'t thr "Urilian
.... ,,-, m .,1.
Inted lourca >! Inlormatlon hn
e Soviet Ui.i.m
When unsold Mfuea of tho
11.11 > 1950 isfcu.- warn retumasj
thi to -I unsold
d it claai that th'y
.-.'.
Illng paanta tiui.uvhout th-
viet Union tor distribution, the
Id
I'h- mil', poaatbla .oncluaion
I I, . .,t. .ict of
igurd polley Soviet AuUioriUoa hmvg
(.,., . IdM to U "iigle thi- Hi UrJ
.Mi- 1 A ly" by dt'fiyinat Sovi.-t rcadcii,
, ,.
tamaai
Poliee Kill 2,
Injure 22 In
Kiol
Bombay
.in;!.
London Kefttles
A Fiin-inti Oil an in
I

portiuK lb* n vv.-rr .,r
this drafl r>I
t'A-een Ea und Rua-
eV 1UAY. Au*T. 31
TWO -! -i i-;ill<-(i .mil
22 Injured wru ... -. ,,,-
J Btiflg III 1"U!
.. ., 81
Othei

Gran
raiu axui
thegri
i..n
' to hold up
B)
lip rffi sink'-: CO I violrin i- .mti
ivtoui
I nsea and trains running
I
led and few
peaaenr- UXhUJ Icuurad
Tin city'a i".
.1111
Rruti-i
Against U.S. Guns
(By ALEX VALENTINK)
i'OKVO, S
^pV/0 COMMUNIST Divisions swarmed up to
two miles into American held territory in '-heir
all out offensive against Masan, the gateway to tin.'
vital supply port of Pusan, this morning.
Communists swarmed over the Nam River
under a full moon in a frontal attack which open
ed just after midnight.
Before dawn they had split up into 20 spear
heads, driving wedges in and around American
positions.
The United States 36th and 24th Infantry
Regiments and the Fifth Regimental combat team
were still holding their positions this morning, but
they were having to fight "soldiers' battles" of
the Crimean War type to do so.
Mi M. iv tin-n levelled tlu-ir uns at point blank range
the Communists, who swarmed in on them from
Hank and rear.
T ilrft'tuU'is. using the moot powerful charges their
[tiru eouid take, baestea hoha In the Conmuiutt fnrtges
headlong] -suindc" .itucks.
I h di ml weie hiM|'d up 111 hunt .( the IwiUcries At
[ung lucl in Em abandonajd beetuiM tht Ii I
' ! OUt,
- American troopa cut dawn aev-
al luiiuli.il ('.'ii inuruiU v
.tan

kJa.
ive no i
ever in U.inlon
rt thi
k.rul have beci
-

tiea did iw.t poaaeaK any
i wii,.
a> on i||r 7
I BUD
kc
IMITATION I
onalB, a
"' H| seat
'
--.I tha
J his -lofjan *

hat naed
..... tha
tha j.'>*xi thai 1 i-n
55 K\\Ui\
In Plane
Crash
IN EGYPT
CAIRO, Aug. 31.
pa pla, Including
' ihii K,\ pt'| must
"II" Still VN,..,|t!,v
Il til tilt
nted Nation.t an- l>.
tha in in when
Am ,- sr.H {
iryiand" aahed m tha dwrrt

; ,in< i... hi
l< In the 111 '
.-Ir 1 Road -Mir, Ki, ,
1 .> Mm 1 no* running |n Uon-
: ,
dm i.m it.mi, .
O.I it had ., .1
fron tha atrpod anaan It
* W adi Natrun, watt of
. 1
I I 1 v..... 1 .main Hit
and *>a bu n out
aaatrch pgu ti (.,,, bagaj mil
k-aa reuorled

Aceordui 1 . latamenh
Airlines, lharo
get aboard
1 Pl.hi.- T!i, :.,t.,; rmlwrl.a-
. : ..11.. .,, ., .1
1 au n 11
-n>: oatttori th.it
agti ouo bava ieeti
gomed Hm'
i'Ii iiiquines
blch iiati t" ba put oft until >i
d .it. i.ivi.iltv |is!
m -it. 1. n,.1 BgyntaauUi
Italtani UuUai
Rnd Ainti iium wetv
in: p.LM-na.-rs listed.
I 1 Aiiiin. 1 ..nwi.iii-.
itiiniii nu Murvlvora from Uic
nab
Keutn.
had
: between llw furwiird
md 1 .ar akanmand puats. The
V01 Hi K1.1i ......!'! in
he using two OsVlatoaa, aupportad
laAda. in the as-
wiult louMiii- M.1S.111 rn.11 iiuin
fforl an divided batwten the
Masan ares, ami the town of Ua-
man t.. Uv ui W>
a stutT OnVei ol un .\,m 1 an
Bacond ttvuikan cofiflrniad by tele-
phooa thai thara had been .1 gen-
i.,l .itt.n-k by l-'iiimiiiusts along
in- (Uvialonal aat lor.
The ruth raaajgqafiiaj furc*
gm bad "iii thrag lanka which
lrii-,l tu bla I Oflan .1 road for
ifanti
1
vntuaU) k.'t pai
,1 block hy crawUna through
1 ..rid 1
ixiuring fire on
: r n H'sttion
n.*thi-i ncrs had tut
MakHii hehinil tlur
I the 0.1*1 aftM
paddy Held.'
|hc ArnaVlog
At davii th
111. Klilll tu
nh.t U.11 .
lighting
Mcanwhm tin Anu-ikan Twm-
ly-rourth and Thirty-Fifth rcgV
iiivnta weie liuldinK out again
iuT>ui
the same tvpe of attack, currying
thr tlKht, iii.,ugh tnaejaaat aa.-
n ,'utBv Inill-
Blb Blink Root!
('iiimmiiiitt.-. Blao blaakad the
road Ii-.kIihk north and south
UmMiafa Ham.tn. Tha town waa
still tielng held by American
Uwy had to fight in the
utreets lo bold ofl tha atw Ium
Tha situ.in..11 aarl) thta ntornlaj
.i.ts thai tho Cornmunuti had to-
nncad alt long this front min-
im Hi Anu'iif ins inn
It was ,i ; 1 Mild hold
Mil unle.-ji .1 counter-attgek ciuld
bo launchad t> reopen .1 link i-
tWtOn thf i 11 ...t.i .ml U"IU cut
nfT ,i. th.- 'r-nl
/v.nerlcaii oonvon aageribad it"
pusition a.s "aarloui hut mil .le*-
:..i iaa
Reatcr.
/. z
BARBADOS BOrTLING Co. Ltd.
extends Us Good Wishes to
Caribbean theatres td.
for a Very Successful Opening
of the
Jhridgetown 3?laza
and joins with many others in
wishing this fine Theatre, every
Success in (he future.
SEE
RFFRFSHMFM IHHOlKill HIE YEARS
Th Stor, ol COCA-COIA Iron. .11
infancy lo hSe now Ijmoul 'COK1 '
at it i. familiarly known lh
world ovw.
This very interesting short sub/eel will
be screened together with the opening
picture WARNER BROS outstanding
Musical Production
LOOK FOR IHI SILVER LINING"


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, IMP
THE CHAPMAN PIN6HEIK COLUMN
TAKE 14 FACES-AND MIX THEM
The result
is BEAUTY
every time
Rupert and the Hack-room Boy-40
'IMlESfc
* new
OR TRIPLETS
STOCKHOLM
three luces provide Intriguing
insight into man's Ideals of
lemiiniie Mautj rhey offer an expla-
nation ol why tome women- like HELEN
Ot 1RO\ LADY HAMILTON, and LILt
i.Wi.lliV .rmIi .. world-wide sen-
With thttl looks
rr.i-v im> juki esp.ain wtof tne gr.i'.eal
artist* like K%l*ilM. BUITICELLI. and
.. iiNsBOKoliili gave tiieir port rail* o(
.11 ageless ettnieji quality which the
bUtUKtl*U! admire* as
: .y Dcautilul.
FfCTUM No. 1 ** made t> supcr-
tmpoalflf pl-it<.grapnic negative! of lourtetn
Jl >c*r-oid girls chosen ai random by UK
u.Wlli KA'iz. professor oi psychology at
t.*-;cKiiolm Unlvers;ty. The professor pain*-
. -Hatched Uii picture* lor stie. lealur.
by feature, to obtain a perfect oicnd *r the M
PICTURE No. I wa* made in UM same way
from photogrtipha of 14 quite differed* girls
riC'TI'KF. No. 1 la a similar blend r>l 14
('.hers
Any sizable batch or *1 year-old girl*
yields almost exactly the lame
average face whoever carries
.in the blending of the
6,cures. 63-year-old Professor
.atr claims About 14 pictures
an iMded to produce an
average face Supvrhnp. sing
more pictures on It IRUM no
iurtiHT dincrcnce
H. fBSuif
o| the experiments is 'be lact
ihst bowvei plan 'be girl*
may oe. then avrrngr IBM
'iluavi bratuihil
Nothing hi* cottagr Rupai
-,:o iht garden "I My. Daddy."
ka alb. Dyou mnembet thai
ltd dirk bottle iiat ib * imp
ffiM' I left ii *nh vo ' '**
mvtrung elf* cam- up through the
Wrdt. Well. *no. K C .
c hit .itdoenly grown
&tlOH J
and poor
top of it. to can I uk 'he bo'ik and
we il ii -O.K. >- Hi '
rht cottage inJ grtbl lht bo the o*Kr tollo* ri rrw floorboiiLl. "Ivsryihrikismrm
ill right w fat." ny M-. kit
amioua'y. bui I'll b*
l hi* imp huiincM
ntsrnvtn
,1*
CI.VEMA (M.mb.rt ~> I,
\(.ll \II< '!." I
MATINtH : TO-DAY A>JI> TO MOKROW AT J.0 P M.
TO-NIGHT TO MONDAV NIGHT AT t M
J Arthur BANK presents
STEWART CHANGER JEAN SIMMONS
in "ADAM AND EVELYNE"
A I'll 1111 I M lit million ill Release
SATURDAY,
8.45 P.M.
SEPTEMBER 2ND
FOLLOW THE TRAIL Fi.Ott PICiURE Ko. 1 lO PUSTlffis Kb. 14...
... :. .- I ... kn -
THE NUMBERED /uees a>r pholu-
SrupAa ot 17-l/cur-iMd unit. iu!'i nu claim
i> outstanding beauty The pictures
marked by teller* art conposi <. ptiotu-
graphs made b caretultu b-t ,tina the
girts' features
FACES NOS I AND . whet; blended
till
MM MOMra .1 ffaH Ho* I. 2. and 3,
dett gait picture B and soon
:!! 14 photographs
rttl "AVERAGE FACE" eft u mm
very tttlte after pUtuie O. although the
i)>erlmposed on It are
markedly different.
on just sisters:
The SMNWff .
(ri.hDand
I.-'.' lurpinr >eu.
THi TEST
ver> *oin-ii 'i *>me facet
ol [rmiiuiif BaUt| ineae laceu
1,1,1,1 in ^ unpoaite Picture
eajaostUiMj on1 *U u^iinoss and
ymaing a iacv til ">e imdmonai
MudootM hke ivpe
Kati- belu-vi-. Ual aieni arliaia
nave the wbtlttv to Usiiu;i trom
the mui o! Illc iieopia Ibe itver-
uge face wbich i-tubxnci the
nl tiruuiy Maybe we
ikutwnatiCMU> twlniire mich u luce
beeniiie we instinclivelv recog-
nise it aa soaiethutH << in
nmuitn naiura.
It u perbapa lot me wme
reaioo mat momen *n Mich [eaiures are univer-
ullv (dollaed.
To tai Ui UwKjrv that uw
female lace is basically Deauunii
K.i/ tupa out ibe composite
picture tecanique on groups oi
girls specially selected lor incit
>ittirui The r*eulta* 'hi-
atrip of plcturee *tio* was
always beautiful.
These plcturea air mude up
trom pliotograpn* ol Swedistt
Cirla. But in bis labonuorv
ere KmU Hhotn-d me iln n
or Hlmllur experimenta be on-
carrled out with Italuui. Pinnish
Davniali and mint EngliMi Rim
RISULT?
rhe average
white n,itiun Infer sllghtlv but
Ulev retwrntiK. one anoiher to n
degrt-tf which ndicuw-s Hit !>- -
racial theonea. And thev an
aluovi out in the cIrmIchIIv
beautiful mould
Profriaftir KaU lUlda Uiat wltn
Mfa
naiii
produce
SB,
__ mu.
I lo be used
a'i avenme lace.
I'hta aukwe^la Hi*' "l"' "unioer
oi ptclur-% nerde^t to yield an
(<* nu iircvWe a
yardalick tor coinpai-
ihe unilormity ol different
men. The srniler iht number
. ii.i'tiriM required tile mor
n x.ii .. race i UkaU i oe
i inqti. on groups M Ob
all ages. The results ioi>k like
album phoi uRrnphs
liowinw oil' lieimm Riomnif up
The dwpner hi:e-h,vired pro-
leasor is no* working with
urapha or murderera and
to track down 'he nverar*
rrimlnal face
I ban tor
i j; ;.i tin
;i week'.- noliday
Marine Host)
Vitiled Her Father
js^ISS PAT 1.KW1S. who fo.
iva the past three watkl hai
.ring her father Mr A L
lwis in Barbailoa. i<* |
itt. yesterday allemoon bi
I. WIA.
Lawsi wa* formerly with
(able iitwi Wireless (W.I.I Ltd, a-'
itor ot the Georgetown
He is now retired and i
| here
Cohib Callinq
Rtiident Tutor For B.G.
^mwwowww rawM^waaiamBaoa.'
pKrcjaHEsiiviSro
" rT7nrn MV OORJ)ON ......in
M
... FPD W. A. CAS. Rstl-
iVi deM fulor In the Leewar...
land* of the University Col-
lege of the W.I left hen
\ -hen
-viU act as Resi-
i enl Tutor Ihgffl B.Q bl I
.vllhout a Kcsident Tutor.
,.i(il it is juil ii temporary ap-
I ointment until a new tutor ar-
Born In Malaya
MR. STKPHRN SKFU IIV II
rived from BjG yeatarday
by B.WXA. for a short I
in Barbados. Mr Skelchy. who hi
Malayan born u with Um pik-(
wan" m i i
works about IM D
Georgetown
TECHNrCOLOR
ni qavI D BUTLER aaaaWC!
Exlra (on Stage) 8.15 p.m. "THE POLICE BAND"
Conducted by < mt. RAISON, ARC M
(By kind pcrmlaaion of the Commissioner of Police)
DOORS. OPEN AT 7.00 P.M.
AT THE
PLAZA THEATRE
FOR the ilrst time
Wei Indlee CrtcfesH tour
began, cricket took I back seal
Barb
day Clutl Inien st was the hur-
rlcanc raslni m the Caribbaan
Congrarulationt
A >oii was born yesterday In
Mn Ian Oaji
" ol the
Control Tower Officer
*<|R AND MRS Desmond Chal-
> enterdsv
to spend
I .ii'h.idi"
upar Mn
In
from B.G.
by It W I A
eeks' holiday in
are staying nt
> Guest House. Worth-
G. Mr Chali
.HUM.I
nnd
To Study Medicine
R. ERNEST HARROW ol
Delmont Road who was until
recently a student at Harrison
College, left on Monday
by air via Trinidad for the U S A
to join his father Mr Dtatflej
Harrow
Control Tower Officer at Atkin
: t r.. Kditor of son Field, and he told Carib, that Ernm>t tola cariL tiU
.:< Carlo he would very much like to hnve tends to study medicine
through the Control
understands tliiit mnlher and son ;. look
nro doing well and oilers con- Tower a I Se
ion* to the family. .. .. .
Here For Th- Opening Left Yeiterday
A liitlVliNt; on Wwlnodiiy by ter a months holiday on
1 B-W.J I sn Trinidad I\. lM St Jame^' coast, Mrs.
especially for the opening of the violet Wright, wire of Mr. Teddy
new Plug Cinema were Mi Hen- Wright who i* with Hookers
iy Teelucksingh, Managing Direc- Manufacturing Department in
Theatres u.G. and their three daughters.
Ltd Mr. Ronnie i|r Silva. Manu-
aar uf the Britiah ami Qantral
ribn Dlataibutora Ltd., Mr, Leo
Graau, Manager of the Wan.ti
i dor Tebay.
of United Artlsu> Pic-
lures.
... companlad
hlg tvifa nd
.n the w i eh
noute Of Western Elec-
tric who came ovoi Iq Inatall tl
returned to U.G yesterday after-
i.oon by B.W.I A
Their good friends Mr. and Mrs
Fred Olton, were at Seawell to
M-i- them off
Off To U.S.
WEN WALTON, wife of
Iberl Walton, Presi-
ent of the United States section
Combermcre Old Boys'
Arriving l^fRS GWE
was Mr. AY1 Mr Wil
sound equip'
the new Association, returned to the U.S.A.
plan, "" Monday evening by air via
\ nr*i f>l m Swimmar Trinidad. She had SlK'Ilt MX
Venezuelan Swimmer uI,.ks. |inl((li> jml wJ ^^
Keturned wKb her inolher Mrs Miriam
MR. AND M"RS. ltaoul Domln- Heckles of Brittona Hill
guez tad III.....n Qaaton Mrs. Walton *> k Barbadian
weeks' holiday in who had paid her llrst visit tc
Barbados relunn-il to VggwgajgfB the island in 27 years.
mornlnsj by B.WXA, Accompanying her was Mrs.
spent most of his time Lcla Cummins another Barbadian
at the Aquatic Club swimming ''ho had been residing in the
living and "Goggle Fishing". He U.S.A. for 32 years. Mrs Cum-
.f Ibt lu.idiii. -.Milliners mlns spent thn-e rnontbg* holiday
i I -n' .on! was staying with ner
Hotai mother Mrs Winsborough of Day-
11.1: Road,
Here For Six Weeks They both said that they had
|R. ANH MRS Colin Alley he wonderful holiday and were de-
i otn Vi-tir/ueld via ''aThted at being back In B
HW : \ ye terd^y hadoa seeing their ralativea and
morninn to .pend six weeks' holl- renewing olcH acquaintances. They
rtav in Baruiido* *nd will be begged to say goodbye to all those
is family at Bush n lends who contributed in m
li-.il Bouaa, St Michael. "* '"elr *iV such an enjoyable
Their three chiNren. arc al- one' ....
, ..los and were at Mny of their relatives iind well
their parent*. v-lshers were a> the airiKirt
wish them bon voyage
M"
to say goodbye lo h
ther fiicnd-
CAUL IN
AND ARRANGE
FOR YOUR X'MASj
CALENDARS
11H1 K #7J
AVOID THE RUSH
AOVOfATF PKINTIMi
DIPT.
Bum & Hinges
Locks
Hasp* & Staples
Barrel tvolta
l.i.;' Chimneys
Burners & Wicks
SEEDS
BRIGGS
STEELE
NOW
THE IH'KHICANE AND It.MNV SEASON IS
APPROACHING
We are luliy Slocked with -
REAL
DIFFERENCE WITH
CABBAGE.
LrtCfcM
Naili
Hanir..T
Kilr Rooting Conip,iunil
Sisal Rope
BUTTER
8^
16^
Call n| Our Hnrdwiirc St Ironmongery Depf.
Telephone No. 2039
REMEMBER:
There is no Parking Problem when you shop with ua
GARDEN
RAKES.
TOOLS
CANS, SHEARS
WATERING
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
THE CORNER STORE
-vnACtoocotiftC BaMCasaMM
j


I Rill U Mill MHHi I 14,11
ll.\Kn.\IM>< AllVIM Ml
PACK TIIKIT
WOMAN'S CHANCE
KXPEUMINI
SAVES BOV
By CHftPMAN PINCHER
* 11 j
two-year old boy by a
I
wa; dying Ul hospital
of tul nlngttt*
drag triplomyclii
M tru*- in two
i u d effaet
So !) lit* I south thought *he
nent No;

beojl.t :' IO |ft
might in

iwrculin
i is a ixhaji. set fife Ov
I l>i Smith
n
i
to til i
'. WHO tWT
I
suirwd to talk.
And a fpcond
feuo* ..!
ip lor iii5


II W UM
So Dr. 8n

I 17 tlOM' DrOSpeC*
I hopeless.
II nt ineh; be siop
to tr-t h
rcuun
i: nr Oegan '0
Ind .
'<
a in
Dr. Sn.im mvi
It. : OOlUit* I-
D. H
in *m
now trim.'
the., in
idaali:
- UK OUt I
theory io *
plain *hv
i ma pattaa .
do not respond
to strepta-
mvcln.
Bui in ill* lancet today they wnni
tiiat much mom work roust be
dim* beton- 'In- ir.-ulinnil an
or properly assessed.
AND tin.' i . i,i< iuc Uuil lln
ttvalni-iir *.i| help in *nv otfjvr
sons* of in
III IHtM \M I I K.S
^S^JiSZJiJSISLS Po,,c*8uti0'" Mounl -ft-*-'--w^wfcMt,lllW,
Hid I NOW
And well
L.E.S
Cunudiun Ruiluuv
Sink. Called Off*
OTTAWA. Aug. 31.
Canada's ratlwm sratl rolling
again lo-daj aftei .i nine-day
Mi ike bad bMB ullaj off last
night l>\ i
The resumption was ordered
by union lenders aftei Parliament


Toll ended the transport criats
that disrupted many Tnduatriea,
-iiouaands out of employ-
ment and caused loss ol pariah-
rha Aral b .
ex peeled to start running this
morning, and -mm- passenger
H Mo Ihl afu'tiioon.
Reuter.
Passports To Red
Countries Restricted
CANBERRA. Aug. 31.
Australia to-day restricted the
i..imports for travel to
Communist countries Immigra-
tion Minister Harold Holt an-
nounced that this. restriction
would be affective for 12 months,
lefa tha iH.sitn.li would be
reviewed.
ii u-.i th;it if an applicant
should giv. a Main l I
ui i
i. led as a security risk,
his ease would be considered on
its merits. Reuter.
France May Extend
Mililar\ Service
PARIS. Aug. 31.
Fitni b. newapap
ast that Prance would follow
lead In exU tiding mlll-
arvid
A Kight-Wini: lender reiterated
Small sacrl-
!
greater sacrifices In the future."
La Flargo said:
'The Attlee Government's
plucky gesturethey did not fear
io with-1. i.il promises

the comforting sij;ns of tlie awak-
ning i the 'V'"tern i1'
similar decision will soon Impose
itself upon our country "
Reuter.
l.UNDON
A in--. .'. ii.
And the

bike them
*ed.
'
|i

ind tin-
'H China
i South'

masses of tpbu pei pb afore
l*. 'u out omcuiwton,
their leauk natural
result or their past. They tense
aometlmt ow they
acted ind Pftl
granted ...
frien.N.
Threatened
Dm i

once, do IbtRI
Irving to look ut llic
. i PaJdaUn and
to be an-

ol on alii. Socialist
Sixth of the World" The
aimavii
nailer ol the h

aned by certain
mints in India -happily not dom-
inant at tha moment. Hie largest
part of bar on
, Indian incursion
Into the remain i
I
Mate "i Kashmii
iuI.m from Mcacow, row M
'
1
rw -ii" llul eom-

Communist, M
i
*
India might not b
.
point is u-t. in K
d Worth.
,i ..
nii rtruj -
aV with India Ul which lOKI Can
be no comproml

Ived In any part
K
Periln'i-
paa thouM i" I ba taken
becai
ber el tha
'!'.
. .
.. Pakistan
. ved in the
! te woMd. W<

I
I i.sou mil*
i alwaya contrive
to main' II quoth
;
To do thu dU muat ri-main ai
i i
menu u,t the dtratoptnant ol
KtknaUim In Asia. She can-
not tun her back on nation
Who Are Our Friends?
By DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS
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vac-hint; the Indian Oceanonly
ilth bet iiiihiiinv. not ia.ii b.
-than ail ehai
v Ceylon Ii :
t Pakistan dim t
nUnui to f-l itli iustifl^at. .,. peace la loat. All tru
a geu;ne nationalist thai I hopaa oi Aaian neutrality lo keep
- I in Asia decides w fur- uresniee on the Secuntj Council Uw i ,,Ua?.
arivanee eve:, I "' '
ivith Lommunism-the Commu- pushing her neighbour-
will
To Mimmuns,
find, mu .
nistj taking control u in [ndo- aide, then the alwidTpp
China then Phkistan cannot political stability of South Aa
Utord to 'ight that movement wi.i be complete
lor if r .-eatcst Moslem stato
m tne uern world turns its Tne armies ol PaklaaU and
back, ft moment, on national- iBdll i Hair In lfaahmlr
ism m t. nd the hgl aa shoulu
detarmlnai if Aian peoples it "y to look at tl
is lost. Its tig* is gone. Its world from tlie angle justiflcatioil fo existenee is un- Kussia has built great |n I
dermlne.1 That is why Paktlatan >< Centmi SiIhtui But she needs
is ;M leaal Ba much committed :i- '"' rubber, and a way to the sea.
India to "eeulrality" In the Itig '-hi II in Uu Middle Baal, nibbei
bruggle In the tropic*. ItUrtian reach). A Suv..-l nnl;-
u.o looian Government's i,,, adrantura m PaW
to being forn-d lo M .,, WorU)
attentlonof Britoin and the United War. So the obvl.KJs way for Mos-
States. Premiei Nehru attempt w to achieve all its n-,
at peace making in Korea has political compact with Pakistan,
taken many n. The .Wsi" by ,r mdia-or boll, -followed bs
"trprtse. And the detennm-d IImitrJlUoll of both eountric and
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attitude of Sir Benegaul Ran.
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Council J in favour of the .uiniis-
fttOn Council Iij'. re-inforceii the im
Tht Weather
TODAY
sun Rlaaai ;. :.i am.
Ian srta: b.ll p m
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Irinber 4
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the gradual
economic systems towards, tha Bo-
wartara m Kaahmir pm
opportunity. A p.i
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Ixtth anxious for support from a
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The leaders of Pakistan tfld ..f 11. t ountrie and
India might study how useful the ptnj t the Kreml........I ^ith
India - tha oniv cojntry
In the Security Council, not oi
('ommunisl persuuslon. that voted
Off UU ndntaaaton ol Coin munis:
China. Her ;.tiitu'.lc QaTMnly needs
'o in- untlerstood. It should nol
!e dismissed The new countrL's
"t Asia atai ullwn and
independence of "Westem lm-
perialism" and suspect the US
Opening a new era as a
.successor to European colonial
I They regard the attempt, Powcr ln Wes,ei
'. the West lo make them Allies
aitainst Communism aa a beguiling
snare back to their past. Hence
Asian neutrality
liiiiitiet between Eastern Ger-
many ud Poland II
lo the
I I disputed
frtmtier; (iermnn has lieen, ami
-1il 1 can h'. moved to passion a:
the Injustice of the loss of lier
rich Eastern Territories. The
only power that can iirant back
her losses Is the Soviet Union.
Similarly Poiantf naOODa] in-
terest in keeping hai German bod>
bltaa that she should be
EuHBia D
the mdual absorption
ol Poland In the Soviet orbit.
No Polish poUUeal part} could
naglacl the alliance with Momcow
liatl'-ll"
i And tin- CommunlsU.
(in iwr only tanall uunonty In
Poland) could argue tiiat thay,
and they alone would keep friend-
ship with Russia anil assure
I ijsavsaiun
In the cities (otiiuiu called
Brcslau and Stettin That dis-
puted frontier has given Huaaia
absolute |>ower In Poland and
aarlfftTfl her political domination
in East Germanyit may yet be
.sed as a promise to give her
Germany.

BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.
NOTICE
The Key
What la being called 'the Indian
\ ton i>oint" is the key io the politi-
cal struggle agali I
in Asiabut that must not mean
' hi'-t.i .,1 .tie ; .iitli courting
Her attitude to Asian nationalism.
to Russia and to iho Chinese
People's Government u, shared by
Pakistan, by Indonesia, (another
Moslem country), by Burma and
MAKE YOUR
SELECTION FROM
OUR LATEST
ARRIVALS AND
AVOID
DISAPPOINTMENT!!
Consider How
The situation nus certainly not
advancod so far to disaster in th"
ub-continent of India. But
:.,iik before temptations to toy
with the bait of Soviet support
grow stronger the UN*
ranru and India ahould be
eon --Tirsg how Russian state
Si
Dion II not Interested in further-
ing the .laims of Pakistan agains'
India or Indian amblUoni
against Pakistan. The Sovirt
Union is Intereated u doi
both countries in finding a way
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FRIIMY SEPTEMBER 1 ItH
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CHURCH BELLS were ringing at an
early hour yesterday throughout the
island. Some heard them. Others did not.
The telephone was much in use. On MM
occasion a few minutes after the red Haj;
with a black spot was lowered in Bridge-
town a call was made lo this newspaper.
The caller knew by personal observation
that thprt was bad weather about but at
10.30 a.m. had received no information
The caller lives a very short distance from
one of the island's three towns, and had
consulted the local hurricane officer to be
told that f.*om personal observation there
was little chance of a hurricane hitting
Barbados yesterday.
Other reports indicate that certain indi-
viduals were warned at an early hour and
that precautions were taken with exem-
plary speed. Windows and doors were bar-
ricaded, gutters were being dug more
deeply and the sound of hammering
waked many sleepers.
Yet the inescapable fact remains that
after the cautionary hurricane signal had
come down yesterday several household-
ers did not even know officially whether
a hurricane was due or not.
The fact that twice in 12 months almost
to the hour the people of Barbados should
be threatened with the approach of a hur-
ricane suggests that we are being warned
to prepare
Much has been done within those twelve
months and there is no doubt that there is
present in the community today a very
great awareness of the havoc that hurri-
canes can bring and there is a willingness
on the part of the community to take pre-
cautions. But methods of communications
arc still unsatisfactory. We are still too
dependent internally on the telephone
which is liable to serious breakdowns
when there are heavy rains and high
winds.
Wireless communications require a high
degree of skill and expert operators, and
are more useful for emergency communi-
cations when telephones and despatch
riders have failed. These are problems of
detail which would have to be faced in
the event of u hurricane hitting us with
full force.
But we are still far from achieving a
satisfactory form of warning signal. Hur-
ricanes can be as dtadly as air raids.
Sirens Have proved themselves the most
effective form of warning system for air
raids. Can we Dot have siren warnings of a
hurricane's approach and a sirens "all
clear" when danger from hurricanes has
passed? Having achieved that essential
preliminary, the question of communica-
tions during and after a hurricane can be
faced with greater confidence than at
present.
uoyii :\ .ii units
THE motion made and afterwards
withdrawn by Mr. E. D. Mottley in the
House of Assembly for amendment of the
act so as to make provision for women to
sit as jurors deserves attention.
Women have, since the change in the
Representation of the People Act. become
members of the vestries and women can
be elected to the House. If they can serve
on the statutory boards and are eligible for
membership in the legislature, then it is
clear that they can be no argument for not
permitting them to serve as jurors.
Women in Barbados have shown then-
capabilities in public service.
The use) of women as jury*- will increase
the number on the list from which juries
are selected.
At present m population of approxi-
mately 200.000 the tltttortl roll from
which the jury list is taken contains about
30.000 people, and many of these for one
reason or another are not eligible to serve
as jurors. When it is considered that this
list includes women it will f,'ve some idea
of the small number uf voters from whom
serving jurors are selected at piesent
The Government has recognised the
I women by recommendin:1. to the
y of State for the Colonies that one
woman be appointed a legislative
i shown that
i acknowledge the claim by electing
wotnen t<> the vestries of the island. Women
are Justices of the Peace They ought to be
allowed to serve as jurors.
Wliai Art' (oioiiiul Russia 9s
CO., ltd. at the COLONNADE-
Weeks?
A-hlch
in ,
At LjVI I In is U'liiK itot.i BOW Th
Mi T Cook, Pan vn <4 Colonial
nt sale (or
-ipc-npit a Colonial Banl- aome >f b> I pn
in ihfn la tu i
! ,
United Kingdom. JoamaHaaL how ana do
"In 1948." he said. Where llythi-n ; f
i i ul in order to find out We arf. tnvin lo help th.
from a typical crow-section or paper men of each ten
thi public in this country lha develop wliat we all al
Mate ..f knowledge about tho a freet responsible. retMl
You may have heard of technically efficient pre** wiiich
seme of the llndiugs of Urn sur- wlI| ^ a Mtll ,.. to lhc Colony
\ev f, iiic> were widely quoted ln lu upward march.
in the Pre*, ut ine time They -p,,,. whol* scheme of <
cyme as quite a -hock to many Wcekll can wn ^
F, ...mp... 3fl pei Mrf k.rill oi npiiiLand opanuoo
of those interviewed were unable. panl) .(.-operation camp-is/,
to aant .. riafle colony, andiW b the t.ivic aulhorUlw aild lh,
-tween a colony and a Mt d u% ,.
^If-K.Aumng dominion the Goverom. t
It was in order to overcome FxhlhlI,n_
....Ulna; ignorance that tho N(JJ JiV a few ran i about
Ik interest, and create a demand * **P h" brought back
fur further knowledge, and so last ^' * -nod* from thos-
Undon had a Colonial J'?*"* ro!" "*: They have
Month which wan inaugurated by jT'f/l. tof,""r tnc ,llnk" *btr.t
Hu Maiaab the King The cenlre- b ' place of this Month was the Colo- '' *" ***"> r""*. however.
rial Exhibition staged by the Cm- Jp"| "' need todaj n
tral Office of information on behalf ]'1**J* tniU '
of the Colonial Office, which was *""*
seen by over half-a-million people. u.
There were many other ancillary
exhibitions and activities orga-
nised both by Societies am
lutions with colonial connections^
and by many firms, stores and-
slops. J
! undoubtedly a worth-'
vrhUe venture So much so. that
! was decided that the campaign
hmild bf spread countrywide,
and extended this year to eight
other important centres. Accord-
ingly, a touring version of tho
bUbtttaa in London was pre-
pared, and the to-operation ougnl
at tin nvic authorities in eight
taiectad CftiM and towns
it is very righl and proper lhat Britain and the Colonial terrltone*
,|tl. Colonial txnibilion and Colo- For here we have nearly 70 million
Utl \%.>K* should be held here people of different races and
0, UvafffM lor Liverpool is backgrounds, whose Kflnolandi
great aeapoil U baj n,e leading scattered ro-ind the world cover
CottOtt Market of Europe, it ha- nearly two million square miles.
clOMMt und unique link* >vit.i E-iM '" whose well-being; and |
Mil,., ilh the West Indlet. ana *e hove aneptetl responsilulity
wilh tho Colonies in every pan If wa are lo achieve our aim of
Ol the globe And, ncrdleat to say. helping them forward on thc path
Liverpool's response to tne invi- 'o responwible self-Government. H
Utioii to hold Colonial Weeks was we are to have thr.!r full co-
a/hOseheaited and enthiuiastic. operation In achieving this aim;
Tttlfl CenmOIV bare bl Liverpool and ifas we all hopethey will
will be reported. 1 have little want in future to retain their
doubt in Colonial newspapers in associaUon with the British
many' latitudes and climes. 1 Commonwealth, a must cr-nte in
should like to say a word, in pass- ihls c.untry a body of veil-
ing abou*. these newspapers in inlornu-l public opinion on
, |. ,i, There has bcM colonial iffaln For it is on goeri
some severe- cnllcism of them well-iniorn lately, ifl PI i.aiin'iii and in some enlightened .oloninl policy must
(1| t.in Null :. i,"u:.papers. There bi based.
i,. ,,, ....(,.,j... in iii t..... Colonm Visit' n I Lil bi Ue to find "ut
__iv., i,;t mju; iiiesponsible, ill- at this Exhibition little of what
informedwhich deserve such Britain has done m the Colonies.
whose standards lire what she is di Ing now. am wha*
ti .a anything ve know at she plans to do. They will learn
homo Hut 1 would like to make something of what the Colonies
hatas we In the Colonial are contributing t'i the Well.n.\
I knowUiese criticisms prosperity and security of the
appiy only to a minority of 'h* Commonwealth and of the whole
1........i newspapers thr.t make jp world.
'.he Co onlal press. Many of them Haw wldeh is il i
f, .., with -.i" terhnieal and example, lh.il the
We In the Common' __
need mare thin ever before ta
be able to atrrnglhen oar asse-
riatlon one with another: for
no-one can douht lhat .. power
ful and united Commonwealth
can contribute pomibly morn
than aarlMgej else In world
peace. If u.- are to -.....-i1.-
our asMM-Utlon we must get to
know mi. another belter: wt.
must Irani to understand one
anolhrr'o problrnv. and t
must lind out how bel we can
h-lji mm another to solve our
difficulties
This need for understandlnf is
particularly great In relaUor.
iai diiiii ulti.s. i ntka lha bail
Uuy ean of n dlfAeull >"'> and
.,)... .ii their presentation or
news Ind their criticisms of |h*i<
ituv-. iiim-nts, sense ot balance
Too l.ttle has been done Id the
past U help Ikfl development or
...il press: but something
alined, fo.
gtaCtfying
l""i''" wWell e have recU-
ly made lnwatd> closlmc th"
I lull.11 ii.tu ii. gap Is due In *
lane measuie ! the <
America of colonial pio-.m-
Malayan rubber, whl. h Mtrat
more dollars than anj lu* * f
in the t'omnu.nwrallh. Hf.l
I ,.i Mr* in il
* it.- f.nir of othrr i>iu
M well as lo the pH-tHiM
tiiMi 1" ; 4 loba-. ii
itilirr and m Ms]
thir fiadaeto which Mt araali
.th. rwtfja Mil in iinpurt fin
hard iiurenrv.
I MMMl iJther dwell, thouph
i : OD .\hi.- the ('olnnial *
t ja, but on what we bav
hem; f.->r

if the aaj
Bi iti-h t:
raited In backward ant
i es the
iw. i-d. peai i
Ml tietween tribe
.11 men have been made
and Oovei nmciits together bavd
brought sthools and medical aid
Ud the Bible British engineers
him turn' roads, lailways and
,-. I i raead by British ln

a measure of
and the
mi> nave been laid which
we trust will lead in duo time to
the control by each territory of
fairs within the broad
rh of the Hrit -i:
C.aiuiinnwealth
In the meantime, every effort b
l>eina made to develop the materia,
resources of the territories so that
the polltfcal -structure may bt
firmly based on a sound economy
.. Britain Is con-
tributing f.120 million under the
I nd Welfare
Act of lt?4". and in addition The
Colonial Development C'-.iporatlon
Ml op, with authority to
ap Bo 110 million as a
public instrument for stimulating
Msterpi hi the Colonial
territories und diversifying their
ee. nomles.
But British efforts alone could
not have brought about these
- ..I liistorv.
ml peoples have played
their part, a part which grows
more imp rtont from year in yaai
For example, they are providing
from local .v'.-nues or loans U
. Iheir U;n year
lor ovary 1
:. (mm tills country. Th?
itnuKfjlo 'oi better living
iKnoranci.
against povert) and agaimt
disaase are being woged by the
BcltUaii end Colonial peoples
in a powerful Mliancc
Tin. b p i t-oep
' i illusti.ite tho WO-v "y
iclationshlp wh*k I
the Co reilti ami .mis*
I..... < mutual .idvantages to !;
'y an Co-operation. '
i etween Brll I Cokx a'
.inn H t tarrttotiet, mui!
between "u- inniories w* th?
United Klng^-nn within the la-ger
rreaM "i bSe ^otwiicQwee)ea of
Natti Tttotu "I. ta.j onie
i mini \ 'ill be
lire t iii,J ga; In .. display.
and to ask why thi territory or
t ...; iietivit.. .t i .'presented.
re unavjid-
..ii .n on this scale.
Kul 1 .*, the very fact that
i -it enciHirage vlaJlcrs
in uora (m themsel.ct..
in be .i bonki" ul wiUiiu
'i. gfaduUOOri, and ihe books on
ale theie lrovide a useful
ioundalio t i a more general
rbjby ol lha Colocdeea study
Which wil; prove as fascinating as

BY THE WAY... by Beachcomber
IN a huid-hltting speech it
Wu'itokc yesterday. Mr*
Wretch made it clear that tho
granting of powers by the Govern-
ment to unauthorised persons to
enter private houses suspected of
bung used for the manufacture
of plastic pumice stone does not
mean that those powc-s will be
used very much.
The same applies to dog-kennels
luspected of being used to storp
medicated chalk, flats which might
harbour growers to falsify, bun-
i.ilo'.s owned by potential muK-
ers of elastic wat-rproof scissors
for cutting fish under water, and
managers of public baths who
might use the premises to make
cardboard horses for dolls* houses.
Cattle-king CkmdttQfi*
MR. CHADSTONES success In
getting Government aid for
Marine House led some of the
less successful big hotels at Shin
gleham-on-Soa lo oiler htm a job
as an American tourist gl times
when the Inspectors were likel.
to be prowling. Thus it oaiuo
about that the people atttlnfl
quietly in the lounge of the
Esplanade PsIhcc were tattled
when a man with nothing of the
librarian about him, and not re-
cognisable as Mrs. McGiugJes
American, strode through the
swing-doors, and greeted one and
all with a cry of "Ride him,
' The Manager explain-
ed to the inspector that this w.is
I big ranch owner. "Yep," shout-
ed Mr. Chadstone. "And, oh m>
boy. ii this dump kinds corny
fter --.uckee I will -iay it to.
Say. an y back home. I'm the
canidost. ii.oUngest, three-gu i
iu-tier twean Uetrolt and 111 OM
PhiUdelpny Reckon 1 cud sho >i
ma way ouda this )olnt with '
wtiddah-pistol Yeah Mr Man-
pOU* tycoons to slip m'
a minted julltt. Of do i have to
let Me.I loose? Get crackin. o.
timer." The Manager smiled ci
the Inepectsar. as though to say
"You know what these American.
ftmgtn Simp/H-iia! Mi-phtiiii
TilK ..rnval by aJi from Ceylo-.
of an cleprairl wilh *I2 U*
(two more than is usual) ratscs
Ine whole questkn. B'^t so long
us its big toes are painted, ami
peep hoirtbly from its hefty san-
.....i I are I turse.
Strongest
Suit
(B) MAJOR ALriXAMM I DI SKA I BsfJKTI
i n^ If.- IS. UrMlwilM B*.fc
U Nvm *' seearai
lii>ii lima ui I \ an Ml fftlnl !
rad'l i m** Under Russia's threat ut w.nld-wult
aggression, AlssasiCafs rtn*4sssarrtsj national
., the nuintenjuxe ( peace. Our
preparedncs.s iherefore must be of
the kind that will act ;r .. (k-tei-rent upon a
Rgejeiaji ffsji g*1 lo Wga
Absolute dominance in one med'umthat
-.-nco of the true strategic balance
Air power has became decisive It has
acquired the range to strike at any target
mi th* lace of the earth from its home base;
to accept battle anywhere regardless of dis-
tanot
We must prepare to sweep the enemy out
of the skies and take complete mastery ol
the air We must renounce misguided coun-
sels of .simultaneous superiority in all ele-
ments Our goal must be simple and unani
mous: To deter aggression by achieving ;i
dominance in the air as clear, as incontrover
tible and as peace-preserving as Britain;
used to be on the high seas at the zenith 0
her power. .
The premise: on which strategy is HOW
rntub'ved Id Washington are fallact
ous and :>ave in them the seeds of disaster
CO we are preparing to fight thc rstxl
.va- with th" n-v-thods and weapons ol th
last.
A lately of victory is opcr ... l^ A
strategy gt*red rr ,m'.'I cinnma.id tin
[Od directly li.,m the Amerii -v con-
tinent.
V.*c must recognise first that Soviet Rus
; i\ si-ongcsi suit is massin mnn power.
ic&ources, geographical space.
Sot lei I'i'ssta will never be detcrivd Irom
si..ii nu expansion:-' aims bv
univcrial military '.raining in the U.S A ""nd
:i armed divMotuf i"i WWtsTli
I TI ll 'ngi mean l;*nd war, ii.
u/l i-ii SoVsti Russia holds the trump cards.
The Soviet nilcrs will be truly worrit il
otily when -v .nane ciear our intention of
piU.r.e OLr-si lilt against th<" B'JP te,s. F^r
sk:'!, cxpres-oxi in Ihe t- ^-i - 0UJ
Lrategy, tactic* and weapons, >* ;.:i ricu's
^nungest suif
The answer, of course, is air powe oi tin
1 .Callable range.
Ii we are to make Adsuica In'/tnclbLi In
tanoa of i(it> primary f .ce of this epuCh, all
power, we must lose i. time in breakir.j
down the piesenl Maginoi Lino fixation or
"balanced b.rces." W must begin now t<
design and build a truly global air force-in-
neim\
Air power whici talll short of an inter-
continental range o: operation is relevant
only to a continuati"!. * ihe strategy o( thi
last war.
No strategy for victory can rest on a step-
ping stone apprcach to the enemy. The l'
highly appealing idea that war tied to over-
-. as bases would keep the fighting av .' It 'in
or ahorag is wishful '.linking.
"ill the JapeUwsK error is being lustily
I to us i.day by the advocates ol
far-fluufj
The em m> tfOUM ' able to gobble up our
scattered trengtfc piecemeal, so that In the
linal hO't 'I'Wn ha would faci only 'I < rein
th, precisely as we did
In Japan.IMA
I.ns ('HALLICN'-r:
PKAtsl
Tins OVAI.TINK
Botllea N.K.I1. IM I K
$ M $ .17
1.24
.26
1.12
.18
MESH WIRE
Ol It Hi: A ill; IKS SAV:
Public tttilitie* Bill
To the Editor. The Adcocafe
Sir.Now thut 1 have had ai.
importunity to read the text ol
lh. Bill. I like it no better.
Puttng aside its effect on the
uidustriea affected, the i roposal to
transfVl power (nm the Legisla-
ture to IM Bxscul ve (iimmittee
HBOlhmi is in my view
I i .: ,.
lime lo time, expi
poor opinion of the ,.t>i!nv ,>( .'.-
Ic.gue* in the Utilise uf Assenihly
But, evta il he srert rignt and
BOl just speaking in Irritation ul
wavering obeeUenee, sney, never-
theless are thc elected rej
live* of the people, their delibera-
tions nd conclusions are In pub-
lie and tu their consUme",*
9 in .iirtitly answer;Lie. In
a demociacy the-c sre matter* ol
high imnortance, not only to be set
aide in time of vital emergency
For the Legislature to allow ti
power cntiusted to them to pass to
(he BxeeuUve Oonunlttee would, i
liHiik. Ix- wrong, and w.nil.l !
back the clock some 300 years.
TIM BUI, though entitled "A.-
Act to regulate Public Utllit.es"
l I the two Utllll
rldesi iinportanca to the commun-
It) It is aimed solely at the three
British Companies producing rc-
.
fillers.
rh.- Board Dominated i
Act would be empowered ta alter-
(ore In -.:l matter-, urea! ano
IUt one unJmportani ex-
i 11reel. and.
on failure to comply, to seise and
manage these
Boaid coulil turn theii inside out.
in and thro* is*
Pan VU of the BUI bi
n.ous..nit doUai ,'
Com) allies sn>l tuindi. i
tr.uv t.i t .. recognised
In courts oj )ustli.
.
Coard't i end
well over the 111
that the I'.. |l
MSUe b> tl.-e 1 Hit
of stocks, ihari
and further thai ||
the Board should be giouml f. i


i
while, m
lha Baa* i :
'>v the Ian weed
This proposal is, I saj
plant fi Cai
this nnl.n I
its neighbour the rs
through a period
acy. when public ulil.'
local franchises wi re
i
get rich <|iiick. no m.itlei how

ajblie h:n*.
1.. pajr, T <>f thing,
which did not hel
mem of the country, dri
were passed Though

Dominion dvlusatton still has
fringed there The
.spirit, eager to run grea*
i
-till raffia
..itions are muintsineu
iHU,ti a, -re the Canadian Mmmteu
PBUee To import all this legal
ostensibly because Of
the break-
i own ol actual machinery.
ting a
:i.iiiinn''.-c snow shoes and dog
;eam for the Barbados Police.
than, but not heir
.in i- conditions are quite
II you had three domes-
Hit r l met itli
at and, while laid up. fell
hort of doing its expected duty,
on woui'- rush Ol\
iBd import a till' I
ir cat In ii
to keep
.|i thi -n BUt :f rVU iihi.
lid happen
lint the keei i
lenaa to leave the door
I I I .. ...,. CBla Bul
'
Returning to the proi
.1.^ Hill, ihe i-
rcmpl.'ints on it- own motion and
.
No man can be ludge in
Here, moreover,
gainst lha
.
. Queen In Alice
Off with his
lead", it ',f not siirpris'tn
limited
rnaana all that csti
haps I have sufh-
ienfly Ind
ration.
and fury with its
I unlimited and unprolU-
Bblg expense, for the Board, its
olTicr and adviiers. falling ulti-
mately on these Companies'
customers, is, 1 suggest, unhelpful
and unnecessary, quite out of
proportion for small quiet eoneei l
in a small ouiel place
Possibly it is not meant lo b?
helpful, for Mr flflama, with com-
BbM frankness, has s'.iled thai
the Kill || just a stage towards
'lationali/ation.
Away to the South, the technique
o"" acquiring coveted sniarpnae
fhaanlj. has been to harass them
and make them unprofitable
Ilrsl, before takinn them over
at Ihe reduced value. But,
1 believe, the advantage so
gained is being found to have been
dearly bought at th, cost of the
country's reputation for fair deal-
ing.
i re no Interest in any of
these companies, beyond being a
customer of two of them. Though
I do not see eye to eye with them
in several matters. I understand
Of their difficulties, It would
itereating if a supporter of
the Kill would indicate, with some
ion. how the community will
HI by the appointment of such
a Board orders arid certificates
^ill net Mend faulty nvichinery.
nor. 1 fear, improve l '
The Waal the cus-
tomers of these companies seems
to be "unsettleddeteriorating"
C. E SHaVfURlJ
CoUeton I
St P.
August 30, 103"

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FRIDAY KEPTTMKER 1 1930
BARBAIMIS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
I'll \H PARTY VKSIIIIIk>
Kan aftain to discharge I
S>ft pi
t our, rj Uu

warning
Blan. Ml... I
clue! Auti i i
Ihe Mm


A I'U'Ml r*Ki
it More ,iti Lewiv ^l Vndrrw. >eMerdsi
Barbados
Alerted For
Storm
from pace 1
official opening of the drinking
Trough for animals at Falrchild
Street, scheduled to take place
..(:.-Li.tv
The Government yesterday
istued the following .ommunique:
At (i.30 pm. un Annual 30th,
1850. the following table was re-
ceived from the US. Weather
Bureau at San Juan. Puerto Moo
"Hoist Northeast storm warn-
ings Guadeloupe to St. Martin
and Anguillu. Tropical storm
located by ship reports at 730
p.m. AST. 2330 C.M.T. Aug-
ust 30th near latitude 16.5 North
and longitude 57.6 West of about
240 miles East Df AjrUg-ua,
B.W.I. It is apparently mov-
ing: westward about 12 to .4
M.P.H.. the exact inU-nsitv is
unknown but winds up to 55
M I'M have been reported. All
interests in the Lesser Antilles
from Guadeloupe to St. Martin
jnd AngulUl gfaould take pre-
liminary precautions for further
development in this storm. The
next advisory will be Issued to-
morrow morning when recon-
naissance plane reports become
available. Ships in the area
should take necessary precau-
tions."
The local organ is-ilioi blMrpnt-
ed this advisory' 1o mean that
Barbados would not hi
ricana and an-ordlngiy
B'dos Was Ready
For The Storm
INTERCOLONIAL VESSELS, launches and other
.mall craft wit warned early yesterday morning of the
approach of bud weather.
Schooner* Thnothy A H Vtn kept well awa) from the wharfs
sliii/fmn Hug.
. tea ^ row 1
1 I In Company L>.'
Capt. Ovid 8toU ..:- few small boats i
nored ofl the coast.
i inner Lighter Dudk-\
basin ji aba m yeeter< the inner besln, wii loaded with
daj Hi had Intended Baiting] barrels of molasses for tl
later In the be hi ana but soon .
POCM II 'i unload
Th<- <: .'. p turned to
Lord Co-
;
.,
ffifeSS
licfi l |> >lidsireniii larrted back to I
Manj row boats were tied ofl mer berths. One Of them anchored
Bth the Cha m her I a i n almost .it the mouth of the
\ few schooners in the Careenage when
outer basin were tied oft mid- rapping more heavtl) than higher
Is then be-
at 15-me


"all eteai

loch as safe at pue-
iMe aipptfch or
* atei ..mi when ihe shops opened,
,
ration of I
.\ Ye ir A(io

went tn

|
<)).,
rains eh In* later not


In ihnrgc of
able tn



. mdi of
threats

r'xctir.iiin-.
!
n vate i
inncd .hi
excui don
pe '"i N

i.i .i

fishermen d
in bh after the warning: wu re-
ceived Tiu*> bail
and some of them evi n
their Bah pots One tdu th. Ad-
POOSt*, however, that I
venture In m :i.rh of he. d
I I VMS
Ly th
i u action
Report.
At 2.40
1950. the
in. on August 31st,
ond report from the
U.S. Weather Bureau at Sun Juan.
Puerto Klco, was received through
the local Cable and Wireless Sta-
tion, it read as follows:
"Change storm Wan
hurricane warnings St Mir In
to Guadeloupe and extend hur-
ricane warning- southward hi
-St. Vincent HOW north wesi
storm warniiiK south ol Grenade
and Barbados Let! ihlp repoi
inchciti- s'.i.i r,i 11|
iher south than
advisory No I Storm
11.30 A.S.T. Ippri
latitude U 7 longnudi
about 21C mikae east Martinique.
Forward movement
but apparently :m.vir
ward about 1214 Mi1!! Ii i
attended by winds uf bunicanc
forcp over larke urea 75100
miles north and northeast ol
reiitre and 50-
quadrant* This storm Ii La-
ud all In-
terests from Grenada northward
to St. Martin and ships in the
extrene sastearn c.u.boe.in and
adjacent waters shoul/i take all
precautions necessary as this
storm OOVen - Luce "um aini
is attended by dangerous winds.'
it kg obvious from .to Etspoi
that Ihere was u dwiiiui :
Ity that the area of winds ol
hurricane force might extend as
far south as Barbado
should be noted that the local
authorltlei i to hoisi
storm warnings at Barbados. In
view of the information gt*en.la
t.ils latter storm advisory it was
considered reasonable to assume
that there was the high probabil-
ity of winds of 30 to 60 miles per
h-iiir being experienced over Ihe
Indl Of hurricane
force did Dot extend m Ui souih
Accordingly it was decided to issue
the Cautionary Warning and tt.
have the signals displayed.
The following official ..
menu) were made over the Ooy
ernment Broadcasting Station and
H idlo Dat-
Uibulion < Barbados) Limited:
Official \i!imiuim .iii.nt No I given
over the (iov-rnnirnl Hr>id-
.i-tin. suiiu i ji egpreaiaassilj
< am AUIU-.I 31. !:
"A telegram i
advises that a hurricane is pass-
as soon as the u rather showed

n other people sal

td wejther d-
ean ago They
e-* about
'...(t expeti-
ii-tnct said
laaj bell
'

v Laid ppOM I'e*"
ui then returned to sleep that
None Afraid
en afraid
kni was sounded,
-> el< hman Hall, St.
as fur
u.s he knew Thai toneeeaetl
,.i ii M p rn and
,.f the
hewei and pi
tied for M< :
i.i e ronan bewallini
fact that if anything happened
she was not it dome The un
-n i .mi.- DU| again, h.iwevcr.
,,
; i
mii and they did
!i
Wamlni given end
tlnery netting into
'allowing.
t venturing out arul
pciple (MUna -omethmg to talk
u front the last test
Geaj h The- Lord"
I 'i houeeiiUh >rtth
i lied on a hill, an
. . .- md
i iloaepl i - 11 > " 1 en aeated whether she
In any case.
rd (IMP vears and
i |
portion "i ihe Island,
Ad neih-
uoted fee
i 11< i w l hen!
>\ i ,f ronds recently
'iii repair, bear
: IVI with caution
g woman -.. "Well, tho-i Wisei than us said
i uld l>e a storm You
i eerd the church betta."
An i id woman who seemwi erell
-i no ihooh her head in a
heavy, wise way and said "You
well pi ay that you
vouldn't see what I saw. high
winds carrying; roofs away and
the galvanlee cutting down
hrteiang people"
The fishermen, too did no'
hiiiT the irenernl matter of fact
feeling until they had hauler.1
ashore their boats It was a tire-
haullng up big flvinv
nab '-i.ii'
Fishermen Slept
They had been oatehhu ren
llsh from far out to scu during
fee weeks and even up
aeday l>ut yesterday, n)
i >nii | boat left shore. After they
had m .i, iheh boata secure, the
en relaxed aimut the aaft>
li ^t under a nearby

'ill bathed along
Chriai Cburel --_.>che?. and
b 0" P'ej ". .-"irK't whla,
' often in-> n ,u*fd by rain.
Others, went un planting corn.
slip* and other vegetable*
hi St I'hilip
Early risers in the parish of St
I bllip. yesterday morning, hut
' i ) looked in the dim lion 0l
I likhthouse. would have
'iin lantern hoisled to th>
ti r of Ihe llghtliouse This was
ferwardi replaoed at daybreak
i laj i hi.ui' tquare on a red
ba Resident! in st Philip, who
i awakened by a Police
Fats: Oils
Unanimous
Report
'-mi re...... .- D i
Itarbados,
on the 2h ATucu
day
The meeting was attended *
delegates and ad\
nig all the B *

Otbi end Fai* a. iT.iu.ni. ,,.
i . .(
tali ndfi r
to eerne to I -
the ret-eni lire and ttorni dm i
in Antigua. Ttw
I i . >i queesj hiding .
rangements for the imee lo be
pgda foi oonre n>
mem iii 1950 II, and H
which was unanimous, will
pres4iiteil li> the rh.iuman to th J
Obiinur*
Mrs. Edith M. Sht-ppanl
DKATIl OBgBflJ as a shuck
many as the news spread abou
on Saturday morning last that
Mrs Edith May Sheppard h.. I
passed a way aflei I MrJ Df
illness. Born m South M
the County of Glamtirgan Mft>
fi'in vears ago, Mrs. Shepparo
came to thi. colony and he
Minnie iiuiinei .md eaneaTJ dl
position wnii t..i
course of friends At Bank H,n|
Methodist Church Ra Payne
conimitt.il the las! utes. .mil IN
large niiniU-i of those present boi
mplc testiiuonv nf the mannei
n which she was esteemed
she leave lo bmhu n
M.....i> sun Lorrle Bheppan
,.f the St Michael BanlUtkm De-
partment and bet hiwltand win
in Uffsrpool ;f chief cod
is. Planter
To them
Icore.
mg north oi i
04 winch will pi
s north of the Island.
,
are report**! Wit]
therefore possible thai
iariy trie northern part "i (he
i
from N.W. to s ..
and 11 o'clock this morning.
The local RU
. .-. .
i the raising
tionary Signal"
CnStofaU AniiMltleeiii.n; Nil. -
en over ihe Oevereaneal Bread-
eeeting aisllaa ami Radio Dftt-
(rihulion at a.m.
.. .L ..... ,
ing north of Barbados, the
nf which will pass
ubout 7.". mlbM north of the
Island. Winds of 5075 miles
per hour arc reported within
.i radiu.s of ffj uule.s bom the
It is th< refore possible
I rtkularly in ti i
thtrn part of the Island may
experience winds of 3000
miles per hour blowing from
N W to S.W. between 7
and 11 this morning Tin local
Hurricane Relief Organisation
has accordingly ordej
railing of the Caution.u> Sig-
nal. It is not expected at pre-
sent that the full force of i*'
hurricane will hit the Island *
OtaCtal Aiiiuuiiik mriii No. s gh>
rn over the (.ov.tnnuni broau
i.isim. Slalion and Kadiu !-
iributio.i al appioxiin.ili'U g,lfl
a.m.
"No ti. ii iipni:
has been received from Puerto
Ku ii. Judfdagj however, from
obeervaUoni only i^
.ippear that the hurri-
pBSStng IhU inland at
.hi, I
is possible that strong South
. Winds Will develop
later ID the day. Another
bulletin will be issued as soon
is .i further report
FUoa
(dlli ial Aiukuih enirnl No. 4 ilv
en over the t.ovi-rnment Broad
easting SUth.n and Kadlo 1IW.
IrlbulloM a( approximate!) H-
a.m.
"A broadcast message from
Rico has been mtei-
iii it that the
i i tared 110
of (Iimdcloupc
and is e moving
N W or W.N.W at an ap-
proxlmate q eed td 10 M.PH
The |
the f. snt of th-
hurrleana are such as to re-
move the chance of dangerois
winds to Hirbados. In eons*'
quence aU cautionary warnin |
signals will be in.
haufc i down,
] a, onunon for beev
ehoJware lo accompan I
Which geiiei al-
ly blow after the centre ol tm
humcani ad, end lo
consequence some showers may
be expected tatei In the d;.y."
Subeequentl* the foUovfaag
reel ffora
the US Weath. i Hum
11 30 a in August 31. IMQ
Lowei bun Jeans warnlaai
si | .in.-nt. knrer storm warn-
ings. Barbedoe and 0
Change tO northwest storm
ivernings Martinique
it v i.n Um
located latitude IS.4 N
tude SP.S W el.....
cast of Guadeloupe
M.P.H
and rate movement
ted n w
1012 MPII hurrii
Ings continued Prom
....
la."
W hat'* on Today
4 tiurl i uiu.i
al I IBM
Aiuual General Mertlng of
the V.M.l'.A. al 4 3S p m
Police Rand llinurd al
Baaafnata Rock- .i s.so
W N W
ne wam-
IJomlnlc-i
and Anguil
1 .in hiving through the parish
living u precautionary warning.
OUSed by Church bell:
ringing in the distance and by 0
-,'ne pariah wei i l i
the morning was still and p-
. iv. and whai llltle win
there wae, an i Erom a wasterly
As the sun rose ovei
S*. Philip, it did for a few
through a small
c ack in the clouded easterly sky
bui i' was SOOn shut out by othei
I envy clouds.
on pace 1
llll.ll SEAS AT BAST IMMVI
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MY LADY
< \\.\i;ii sorrs
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cream of pea beef & vegetables
mi.:ed vegetables
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BAKHMX)-- ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I. 195n
HFNRY
r.. B!
lsi*M&
.din, Giima. Som M<"
Teeli m. thai <
Tr'h Mowthsr prapi
i f.,1 Lll C-.4 I H '-'
US.
aa Hear! Tn~b]. A-iwn HOf |w
bMaJMW Ik* ar-l **1\ *"* ""* "-*"'
ycrra**
o( rn>i>i> r l> *
Traaals Ma. la
BACKACHE
fry this he rM*l. .
Uad. at Other QMS, ibcrr is a
dull and coafhaw ache, the
utuM a*ay lit ia pBai kidneys
Tft**C Tltal Organ* llkOald DOt-
mall- alter poNoos out ol the
ysten. bat sofneti.nes get ahag-
giah. The brhrhg you sutler
tiaturra way of warning yon
that your kidnm need aaaMtaacc.
A trusted medicine for this pur-
oae is De Witt'* Kidney and
Bladder Pills. They act OD the
then, to then oaiural
There is a long record of sin-
ce*, behind Oe Witt* Pills,
which have bsea reberinc
aatkrao in many parts
of the world for over
half a century. Go to
your chemist and
"as
out
OUARANTM
Dt Witt Pilli
manufactured under strictly hygienic
condition* and the ingredient! ion-
form to rigid standard* of purity.
De WITT'S PILLS
t-mm
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THAT aoaakwa feeling thai you're loci
'not up to It' any looser umpl> mc.
you'" been taking loo touch out of Your body i> short ofi* i c- eM.ai
faodiohospbofua aad protein.
seek.
t thai
jrsalf.
itran|th
Ta pat you right, you need
"Sanaioaan' hteev* Tonic Food. 'Sanmugea'
combines than two trail bod)-building (oods
paospaonM and protr.ti in ih as that they are uuiikly absorbed into your
warn. Day by da) glorious new hculih. >outh
sad vitality Bow through your whole body -
back I
SANATOGKX'
course of Saaiiutcn' lodsy.
On aals ol gwod eaemiaU aad MVHI I TOXIC
tvou
rtslort* health, yiiaik u:\ tituiin
Mr. Factory Manager
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FRIDAY. SF.PTF.MIIF.R I, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
P H.I -I VEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
lOH Mil
IUKI)
., i kii -
vMnilo .1 hi* rnldence Chap*
SJ J>tillll> Ml. luneral OH
l~W Ma bh n
thla ilVrnoMi lor Ihe Bt Ptililp
Pan*" f"uif Jf4T____;
IjkI. 11*.. rim* USB-
in mi-:mukl\m
la Mum man on ( or D-f Mb*'
UE.C1NA WILTSHIRE who departed
ihi* lifr an lal September. 1MB.
Ut >*ar haa patted -I- tlial da:
Whn the .* M
Lovo MM ua tne'T -
put.
Bui matron** ..(
am boorta.
Mr Hush Wlllihir*- .Hu***bi.*1v Arthu
Edward. Prrrton. CI*M-lara*\ Oec
Hillary. Iris. Buna. *Ui
h> acini h>
drer...
.^., kptl
b. loved daitsht.
djafajM I'..
1.4 ii*
ha bowed Ilk* H.. in ... Autumn
...* blotaomt: HUM f*d. and

n Tio Mane Li n-*
kr
Mother CLiudlu* DougUa 8
Mid Hone; Brother* Bo* and CV.il lathf*
Alfred 1 t.JB in
In Iminf mammy o( oui OVI belovad
I ...-, H1TA INMSS tVui d*part*d thli
c;aih cm ttio of Auru>. IBS* lo-v-

When Hi* BOM Im.-I a* WIMP OWai
v, It o'er
Your Uivui tnud* -ill (oil no mot*
For tho.*. you lovad you -lid your beat
Cod a-rani vo.i r*0*t III* rtemal re*t
Ever to h* remember rd '" Bgpaa
ISantSfctSTl AmralLp HMtlk
Mr* Hunt* itlatera'. Ue-trellvn ibrolhTi
Huihen .Brother.irv-law. N,..
.friend i 1 SBIn
AUTOMOTIVE
CAB UH? Ililln -
Perfect condliion (
OrawUand. Toi*ph.n
FOR HIM
i*>**etabl* honw aril"
and water Lady pi apart ad
Apply Mr. 1 Alle.ne. -Wind*)* '
Sis se-sn
.PACE .uit.l>:e f,., making Warehaute.
Por *urU>*Y perikiilm
apply K R Muni* Co I Id Lower
B> !rt ptraM iiji v:i
M S04n
WOODYA RE Fi- .
rum 15th Srpirmbar lo mid Ja,
411 Or John laji.
iBpHI
2,
1*1 Kill MM l( IS
NOTICE
Drcei___
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN (run ill
lr*ta having any debt or claim* i,nn-:
m* gala**- of Joaaph WWaina decend.
late of Ftal Hock, in Ilia Pariah of s'ni
Ceo***, in Ihla I.l.nd ..... died in rhi.
Wand oi> lha ITlh day of M.a-vh art
latjueated lo tend In portlcuUra of their
claim* duly allaatad to th* underilanrd
C. S*>mnir Alleyne of Ma ant. Hall Street
FMdgwtowii. on or before In* 33nd da-
of Sapliij'i. IBM. ^M hlch hall proceed to dlrtrlbute th* ataet* of
fffaj d-..--id amanf tha parllaa **iUl|*d
th*r*to. ru>vtn: rrfjard only to auch
rlalma nf which I ahall than hv*
had nolic* and I wilt not ba lUbla lor
tha aaaata or an* pan thrrrol *o dutrlbn
ird to am i**rvi of whoaa dabt or clulm
I -hall n..t ihni have had ivotic*
And all porton* indabtad to the a. 13
calaM ar* n dabtadnaai without delai
Datad 'hi* tth day of AuBuat. IBM
O BEVMOI'B AI.I.r7VT Q.: ifl*d aiaculor of th* Eatat* of
JCBBVII WlOOINt
Da**.-pd
II I SO-^4.
B'dos Was
Ready For
Storm
from
*r S
UN Bri
I'KDFOBD , f.ii Heavy Duly
CKU1' Don* only approx im mllaa
nd In A I cundlUon Complal* wtth
Bpotllfhl and rrmovablF aid* too
alia and nawly apraypalniad r..n*.y
CuiB Dial *! * -
VA10 horaa power AtUtlr VB
perfect workinf order Applv D V
Bcott a. Co Whltaparh Dial MM
nHtCK--Ch*v.oW IBM model in A1
D .1 SBi Apply r Herbert
*s TBBM st-.." so>.
LIVESTOCK
PVP Pig* bred Corker Bpuntal Pupa
Apt). Mi- 0. I' 11ti A-hlnicv PHit
Si Georl* Dial MB* *> g ic. fir
KLKCTRICAI*
I REGISTER Or-c National Cad
MFCHANICAl.
liACailMI OlBI Tt-Mill* Sinner Sew-
Irr Machln* lr< iwiferi eondlltnn OfTer*
will tie crelved Telephone 9BBT
MTSCFIJ.ANFOITS
rooirRAT*lR Amrru-.n manuf'C-
i (feed coodRkM
i.-,., nu t.-' bUI r a rniiH*
1 a *o .
I .-i rokniro
UOUOR LICENCE NOTICE
Th* appllcattnn of awendolyn B'*nton
hol-lar of ligimr licena* No SM of 1BB>
frantad t Wm Nura* In r*pett ol
DC-miae* vti Wall biuldmu al Rantera
Rd n*l lo g Hunter. *ii. l
MIchaH tor permiaalon to uac aaM
1 leant* ai a biro* and .hmal* ihop with
Hock. St Michael
Dated lhl> *UI da> of Aufuat ItM
To E A. VclOD r>B ,
Pullra Maalatrate Diet A -
B*>d nwnmoivv *tanton
A.-ollcanl
N II Thl* applkrallon will b*> rnn-
udcTe-d al a l>cenalna; Court lo be l.eld-
A' on Mondav
the Ilth day of Bept*iidi.i IKW al 11
ck**. a m.
E A MclJEoD.
BettM MatfNti^K- PM a
1 B W In
UOUOPt LICENSE N0T1CI
TBAN1PF* A REMOVAL
The aop'ication of Dannla Scaly, of
Meier* SI GeorfJ*. purrhaaer of
N|IMI llcen*e No. MI ( imo. grnnied
*o In** Allrnun In reaped of m board
i nd aalvanl/ed .nop at Rranrhbury.
Ji-i-ph. for penrUaUon to remove Ihe anid
I catiae to a board and everlte ahop a<
fit Malena. SI Oeore. and to uae> th*
rid lirrnae at auch loit deacribad prem-
lajp
I mih day of Autruat. 1BBI
t> i- W I'l'DDER *N..
J-oiie* Maalttlat*. Dill "R "
ft > < L MAYBRB.
for Appllcani
N It Ihif application will be conMd-
id a| tha ll.e-ialna; Court to bo held
ilih day of leplemher. 1IW.
i 11 o'ejoek a o*. ax I\.lif* Court. Dm
KvrK-UalHHl
Onr rrttdent near Iki
W Bevmral cars full of trunks,
clotrun* and peopk- U
cotwtal ar** TlUaakin, thai ihc
humcane wa> approaching |lw
laland. he was preparm* lo
evacuate, when he was told Bait
they were "end of
holrdayeni" returntnit horn.
from '.h.ii .'.-.
Meanwhile a. Seuwell. ttw
ll.WI.A morning Htuhl fMOl
Piarco anivBd more or les*; m
crw-dule. the plane !i.mt*
ed and took off In a woaterU
('irecUon intead of the usual west
to east, as did the BG Bight
which arrived at appr-
1 30 p.m
Due lo the hurric.im* B*WJ
Airway's Service S3?, whicii
was to have left Antigua ye>-
Mrda- tat ^ KM* Guade-
loupe. Mnrtlnique. St LAMia,
Barbados. Grenada and Trini-
dad, was cancelled and Ihe
Lnt was ordered to
turn direct from Antllua to
Piarco. Trinidad to
hurricane.
Malik Charged
With False
Intentions
ATHENS. Aug 31
Jean Poll Us, Permanent Gree*.
Under-Secretary for Foreign
Affalri to-day accused Jakob
Malik. Soviet Representative at
I.ake Success, of false intentions
In his charge .in.iinst Ihe Greek
Coveriunenl
"When it is known how demo-
cratic rmhls re exercised, the
"false inifii l. Lich allega-
tions against Greece are under-
toOfJL' POtttll possible that this inierfcratice In
the Internal affairs of a member
nation will be Ignored by United
NaUoruy".
The allegation against Greece
was the last Item of a proposed
five point agenda issued by Malik
for to-day s Security Council
session.
Kruter
COTTON
Dttnti--I i
l*Otena 'il I
M B to
"VTS-*.
ctJwn-.tic.irT >u>i i TH".
lite Can* for keep in* vour elB-~a
ehBNi-JUft a toucl
nil nmudr.-. re-.ioved ll**tan*| Knieh'a'
Diuk Stotaa. II So |n
TA-NC^' DRESS IHTTTONB Iota of
Meat from Prlcarf
from IS Id * -- U p......" Modern
Dt-. SK rntr gxiiMuugllM \ n*w ,hin-
l
annual refill neeoaaary R*(l I
iited Protect your Innlne*- -r other
luable pron*rt' hv "h* Inai
ir-r -,.i ( - y . ,.) roi'ii
TTKV flA!t-\tir Dial SI
31 S SO- n
iumi icks MALTED Mii.K la a nour-
l>hln* food ver>- hlshly reoomma-nded by
th* madk-i.1 pri>r**alon th* world nver.
on* pound and half pound Jan.
JOHN P--------------'-
ClUtYSANTHEMUM PI-ANTS Contni
Teerphone fd 30 SO- ->
in-PSON l/TD Afcnta
i:i!i).'iu m:v-. -..".,

M.ilie Mill- Small Houwhold Beat r*. FH
Sprayer*. S*lf Heallna Iron-. Co. Pota
Applv: John D Taylor B Sona Bj B|
HATS -rell Hati foi
a VarlKv of Bhl M
A- S3 35 each Stan
Btr*el
i Ik Man
i si. bj a*, a 33
11 30an
IMPEX World he.t c1cle *n*ral
nn4 hadll8ht. Obtainable from all lead-
In* & hiim
! ADIEB' HATS-Pretty 11--
II.it* foe weddlrur* and CoeHtail* from
S3 IS to fT SO each Modern D
Shoppy_____________ _________'
PAJfTB (irev PIpnnol Panla marti
irder H 10 Pr Cream Oarberdln* P
rude lo order SB B Pr Stanwa. si
L'irn* Street 11 BO
PINKING SHEAR* "' O-e ha*) '
l|v Only SB Mtj HI '*
,.. ,,,Hv *^r . T. I. S-
A CO Lid JB. Broad Street
i
It B SO
Secret Draft
gflgrj wgdj untrue, he added.
Usually well informed observers
here considered "very probable"
the possibility of the conclusion
of a peace treaty betweri Eastern
Germany and the Soviet Govern-
ment to coincide with East Zone
elections on October 15.
They were mon- KmJ*I SbOul
the suggestion in Die M'cll'x rcpiul
that there would l>e a C^lfliptetfl
withdrawal of Soviet occupation
troops from Eastern Germany.
WVMIIl
HELP
LADY for offle* with h
B rragi hi n>d th*
I.M., ,1 ir !>*(-.:l
M*>*r* Co Ltd.
I jo
HELP Good enperieneed feneral f-r-
.ant. for family of two Mnot have
i.-*d refevenrei Apply b*fore 10 o'ejoe*
10 Mra Brolf*. Lo Garoup*. Cave Hill.
St MWhaal. l.S.BB*n
MISCEIXANEOIS
IM'IU.II' SAlaES
REAL ESTATE
All thai
lattel dwelling luuaa call"
" CanaltluUon Road. *B
Houa* conUlna s*llen*.
Michael Th* Mouae conuuni *'"'"'
K room. 3 b-drooro*. gg
iom and uaual out offlcea Elotlrlc Hani
'^n.pertloiron'applleatlon to th* W-ja"C
Th* uhove will be tot ,up lor^MUO ft
public compotlUon at
id September l*B M _ _
CAHRINGTON SCALY
rriasy
futicura
'.rV TALCUM
PI IISOX VI
THE Vl-HLlC.ro her*b, */"*>
,.i.-..! mvins cradlt W my ortto *niH
-IJWRKF. inao Doria LsoBorki a* I do
>/l hold m-'aelf reaponalbl* lor h*t "
nivon* *!* contraetlns any d"M or OaBti


YDE HAHKf
LOST a Forxn
LOST
WA1JFT Bad l/*iih.r WaJW
W,,tnenlay toil l" Briu*t.lwn cnntaln-
li.| pholofJiaph. i
money akm* -HI, I
SH."ctalrmorn>" The O.'i I
SHIPPING NOTICES
T*dad Social
W cliarc Is
I'loiirishiiig

Groups and Mi i \ ioi,
l

1


is an anaalg

It had
March lul
launched until I
l Welfare
Groups and after nlmost four

with .hi e
I


the rvsant

Kallied
I

.init .. illi Um able COU i


continued to n
and a no thi
irturi
i
tare set-up BaRMJgh HW
I
now u I)t pailtiiii;: o| Ed I

0l the W
Uoti
i their trip t
Jamaica
'
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apprci.ii, mad Fed-



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of them '
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Colony Federation whfa h I

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The ilfth Atiiiu.il Confi
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lo invit. Ri o*hei
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nd tt ii
hoped tii..'
form ono of
Gntefol

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One strW


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(Till bo
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... reseni
'

Quiet Day
On Stooi
Exchange
tX>NDON. A,
Ii hi ntfvil daj
>n UM Loiadon Stork l- a
.< alternUona
Giit-e-ii. were
raaiked higher in the early stages
1 anticipation ol | tittiiuanee of
Tirsterday's support, but this did
: ..ilise and the gains were

Tin- Foreign Bond market was
uti J..i vaii :' half .
ill oiler-
.. ol lYiuvians.
,romlnent
i of the sharp |
-I 'y to 61. Some indusii i
frm.
i.pport was given to tin
heavies and other Issues in the
'' group A
.(! by tin,
ires Ksiffli weri
::i-ctei
Reuter
5 for HeckiesH
Driving
CHAKLXS FAHLtV 0. Oiangi
iUil. St James was yesterday
found guilty of recklessly driv
nig the motor bus M-280 alonn
Baibarees Road on May j.
1 Dip Mi I A. McLec.1.
sgdjtratc ,.i Distnci A" .
posed a line of 15 u, be paid by
Lirtl or in ilefauI
two months' imprisonment.
itiu-ss for the prusecu-
l:"ii Sffj CpL Best who is attach-
i-l to District *E" Station B*
said on May 27 about 3.40 p.m.
he was sitting in the front sent
4 the motor bus M-280 whn
was being driven along Barbaret -
Itoad There was before th-
hus .1 i.irt travelling on the left
lids of the road. On the right
de of the road there was
-l.itloiiiiry i'ur When about 30 ot
40 feet away from the cart Fbi -
ley silll continued t<> drtvs hsrl-
i.-.- um) trying lo avoid a
heiid-on lolli^ion overturned the
art
Donald Chandler the driver of
Ihe cart said that he was thrown
out of the cart and was inpii'st
in his defence snlrl that
ttie cart was moving so slowly
' it be thought he could hav*
.i-itaken it without hitting the
which was: parked on the
<,'ht side of the road
Bgl FortU prosseufod on be-
' If of the police.
Hot Water
Thronrr Fined
IANTHY WILLIAMS of Green
I ill, St. Michael was lined 10.-
t" be paid in 14 dsys or m de-
lialt 14 days' impii>onineni ft)
I. Wonhip Mi I A Ml..
of IHstnct "A" for
Inilicting bodily harm on Neville
V\ llinms on August 6. She ap-
p..iled. Neville WiUiiiii. MM
wag that he was Irymg to tak.
hi from lanthy and in
so doiiifc! she threw the saucepan
..1 hltn.
tha i,,ss i.ii Hogpi-
htf B*U treated for the
')r. Ctitnmlns .Imt who
i. d 'ii ihi- court
.ml tlMl Ihe hums
vvrii' ti.pi extsoslve 01.....(k to
>nn;. up .1 linn.' serious charge.
Cut With Hatchal
GOLBOURNE GOODING of
LailW was slnshed on
his face and hands with hatchet
during a light. He was detained
I tha '.I'tioral Hospital.
Blind Will Work
BUENOS AlUhs. Aug. II.
At least one percent of the lOtgd
labour force In statr-owm-d Indus-
trial establishments in Argentina
"ill in future consist of bund
s/orkers under .- ntw i" of COtv
grsss.
Kestrr.
Another
llsplanailc
Soon
MK t I. I 1 \. ... .-

ABvvcalt
Hospital, mi

clean up tOM tpol Bnd DUU t trees
and grass lien

Four buildings on t*M
recently h n
to leai tin
*-pnt: :! UfNI m (.1 Nl
1 AL
will take plarl thl

r, Mr
A \V L SwValfr*, BfUl
lion II A


will be DC
Trophm win Bhw bo distributed
to th.- dinners hi th)
lions
Tin n vf.nu.os t 1 1 n
Movement c.U'li ,:.o its 14th
' ksnivui.L
I I B Ii sta,
held at the Yon
Bridge and mnduete.1 In Ke>

SKVCKAL TINS Mi PAN1
weli as .1 l*VM quantity el
tea moss were washed
.urging mm on ti" bsoua at ina
hack of tin- in.nkil
tsad weather the I > di-
alling tin
Only ONI trail
1
Urrtlt was p 1 king in
-pm: POLK r HAND
in C. 1
M It I A R C M Bflll
ii-uinv thi-n forinlghU]
rtfuii their snnual v*xatlori com*

Tonight's programme is an at-
tractive D I
; k m .ill musical task 1

I. tin AuuTlcan music in honour
pf tii.- man} tt Iton
uela who are on vacation In the
r land
I'lOHiRAMME.
*
1
a paiapbraaeil phanla>>
lamoui TortUhlrt i
Inkla M.-.r R..M Al I
-- )......- I- He)- I-. 7-.ra.*aU
Aid*! tt.iau Tsnsiii

" 1' DiHie> PILBW
'. Bong \ 11.....hMBl
0 A Gipey ImpreaUon "Rlark Eyoo"
S.. .. Ti...i
igVl "T-ll it.- lu.-o
iBolo !( -!. 1 nvrllel
HuatMl .
Car Smashes 3 Records



11

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It did 3 I


hour. Th. Ion
'. BJ

|
Kr.let.
"I iliink Td like
a Vt hitt Horse
better than aiivthing*
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
"A pleasure to icmcinlicr,
m jo> iii And .tojin"
Ir fliHrlhMlol
i HUNK H. AHMsHtOM. lip.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
' UV Ml..-- IN Till i.IIHT 0V I MANcrilV
Tha undelmrntloned proptiK "ill !- Mil up for aale at Ilia Real*
I'ublK Bulldina> Ilndyr'.iwi.. I1.1-..11 u iuir\ and 1
'he date n-.iil..! rariSB U .' IbOtl Id. II will he : up .., ea.
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P4GF. EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, IN*
WI In Good Position
In Game With Kent
Gomez Again Bals \\ ell
On Way To Second Century
W.I. 265 and (for 5 wkli.) 130
KENT 146
CANTERBURY .>. i
r \OIES led Kent by ll nil
>: tiniMd licK'i Ui-d.i\ .
H st'Jicd i:W for the loss of 5 wn I
the drawing ul stumps.
Gome/ played another .IrrlinK
.iii. for hi* teau
SCORED 1,000 RUNS
Swonlfish,
Barracudas
Score Wins
__gorillas playing with
COHIJTS V. |
by Swordllsh lour goals lo love
in thoit Water Polo fixture M
Barbados Aquatic Club vestcrday
In the othi
Barracudas won the i
against Police thrN SjQtfal to one
Police h. fl re.
rnarknul.v fine ,
It was
the tea wa ver
down plfiv cum icier ib y at times
The matd n
fweavnah. I. Bontla.
ah played with Billy
(MUD ;,
eason. but a v.r -, p
player ne>
Clay began Billv aoorad with a
Bl I . :., h WUBg HWilV
Into the right hand comer of
. beating goal-
- H if time found (he
i,aimed
Ai the re-start of the game
Geoffrey Foster in the Swordfish
forward line made his team two
up with well placed shot TV"
Hlefcay Jordan took over and
cored two more goals, although
he could have cored more had
hi* shot* been accurate This mad*

goals to love Alberl W>
in goal for Bwordflah wan again
in nod form
good tries from ihe Bonita for-
ward \i
h.'ir.Karl i. 3. fol'ee
The Poll" II
able to battle with the louith en
beiur than th. ii all and al-
though Tai Fit iti
coring for B
come bad I colours
Dun..hi Hit.!.
Dtntn in >
1 ul shot i
waj line. This lm-.di-i.tall> was
the first ko.iI ...at Mice have
cored fa I aach mates
marks a steady lipprovanienl i.u
this teams part.
Midway in Uu
Geoftrey Jordan t>l Swordlisb
warn through M
good pal i III Oil Hie
wing ami hi goal luunbat two.
imcuJai again attacked but ib
Police back Una, i-nuis Dodsoii
V. Phillips and M Pranblfn were,
Bi i i .-... Uiau
fjoal keeper V Hal 11
many that looked I.I.
j Portai Bklppet
and newcomer II Allejmc 1*0
played a wrj aj i
and il w-.-i: no! until the last few
seconds of the
cudas scored their it.iiil goal
ii. PorUllo netl
.
which Boalkeepei Harris s.
1.- r
I iiot Into tii" open
: i \ n
1- ' :
Tin- learni were:
Krdii-h : a Waatharhead
(Caul), N PortlHo, M Ji rd
B. G.Ike- K I i M Fit/
gerald and c. F
Buniuo M Foster, (Captl,
B. Patterson, it Fcldman. T
Yearwood. J (".race A T.iylo,
and O Julius-""
Barraradaa: 1' Hi oh
C Evelyn. P Fletcher. H Pvrea,
ated
the cloe
H Portlllo. E. Jolinson
Jordan.
Police : Mi
Porter. R Allevne. I.. Dodso
p| M Kr.inklyn in
1
Next Thurtdi
beFlyln Fish va, Barraendas
and Police VI Snapper*.
W
F.
b Shoot
Tomorrow
There will be u practice shoot
for members of the BRA. at th-
u>morrow,
September 2. at 130 p.m. The
shoot will be over ranges 300. 500
and WO yard? Members are re-
quested to make a special effort
to turn out in good numbers.
Pla,
/asantina look I < .
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;ppad put;
i
i
0 trace of
.erves against
Gwimg of pierra sad left arm
lows of Valent
i limed *,. Hi- .v..
itunatc bowai I
dged a ball olf the insniv atfaa of
nil bat just pas'
With live a lom of 34 tlearn was caught
Mind the wickets.
Valentine made his
tarn sharply bul Cowdray played
'itt stroke^ SfaAl i uwdray was
i..isaed at slip when IS off an-
c Uwr quick Vakntlne spinaw
which flow off thi
Afterwwda. he turvtaaa aasaral
Mtaaati i it asaa-
,ed to take foui
* id Gome/ Hil*
I louitht hard. Tl.. tutli)
icket fail .,t TH wha
lOW slip catch lO 'liitni:
Unton Dovar) daddad I
ral times.
| iill Valentine's flgureg by
tokftiic ten off one over including
two fours. Twenty four were need-
ad to make the West Indies hn*
again when rain prevented lur-
tl er play before lunch
Coufidenl
Kent were (Iimihsm-I f.,r 146.
t* us gavini; the follow on, and
UU West Indies had scored
''>' for 4 wickeLt. Cowdray lost
ball after' the
re umption. Ha lurnc-i Oonai
lo leg and tried to sneak two run*
but Trestrail from Bm k ;
tnockad OOWn the middle stump
with an excellent tin.
Cowdray rouiri
":M ising display for 10c
minutes.
Dovery and Martin added 27
nd saved the follow on. Martin
fell to n wall Judged catch at
DKUJ off but Dox-ery went on
hitting merrily. In 35 minutes
he rallied up 38 which included
U-foi-e falling to n slip
oaa b
Wright and lildgeway addjrd I
before Hidgeway was cuuglit and
Ihe Ww In.lies gained .. lead of
110 runs.
W.I. Hnttinr
The efl.vl of the rain on the
DUotl Was se*-it when the Weat
niiies baited. The ball flew
b.isiiieii. Al Chrtstianl hooked
into the handi of
Murshall fell to a brll-
tunt catch at second slip. 7
rum later when Martin thl
ininaelf lo the right and helj a
lj>st traveling Mink Walcott fell
' the game total and six runs
later Trestrail was bowled by
Martin. The West Indies had
lost 4 wickets for 22 runs and
t taa were 28 for 4 with Gomez
and Waastaj ai tin- wicket*.
Alter Tea
The pitch was not quite so
difficult after tea and the West
.vicket
By the .lost thai were 130 fo- 5
lead of 241*.
Martin HI) made an occasional
Both li ine/. who had
bee mtsM-.l at slip I. :
and Weekes, had 'o
fhow more caution than UBUrl.
Another kicker saw the end <>'
ught at backw.ii.i ahorl
leg, and half Ihe West In.
were out for 51 G.n ugain the saviour, and he became
mm g i undent us the pilch eused.
He timk fourteen c
from Wright and reached 52 nut
iniltr
Goddard guve Gonuv
port and they atayad (Oj Ulf
last 70 minutes and put on 79
Oojnai was in sight of his second
I un'tred of the match, havinc
made 64
THaVU WOt w I BATSMEN have scored I tboiiiaua ma- rscli on tali lour a fast which all bats
man -trlvs to acblsvs. Oodmi snt Marsh ail, arc both ncriiig the mark and Us que-uon now is who
will reach four figures And"
British Sport Is On
The Way Back
IIS John .Mnrutlitiu

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won maui
. an extent Uu**

i ..jor nat
hit ami want Ml to Australia to
Tatl matcb
: ora Dominion hearts.
W :
We ware uakad b) 'he
it ertefcat, which is the
i of thing lhat could t.-ippen
. |j u> ina ft I
h .\.- had lb
ii behind to beal H
of ihe ataadj regular Inl
' l to Aii .ti i ii - from
Will. Hi ' been III nd lo beat the Aussie*.
and oear
e old
igh li.
ll with the
o/i i i r Wlnt an*i
I eh

| p >t il
Tulkinu
rant got a boxer
tut (nan nobody
Ajatrlcai
j when Kiev talM
ll

by killing Bntisii chances oi
I world heavy weight title for
years lo come.
We have Dal Rees up
: them all
the time and ready to gel in there
noun-winning at the drop of
I hat with that ,
character Bobby Icke
Gf South Africa holding the fori
i ratty well unUl Dai. or some
ea character, is ready.
Let's face it. We are ready now
lo get back on the sports map
ol the world The pooh are as
full of potential swimming cham-
Ina disused old mansion
hill Of '.ater-lilie*. and
ihe European Games in Brussels
v. ill show us a few British win*.
i >rr>.
Anyhow, gel behind our oth-
llva them a pu-h all of
them
Joe Still Has
The Best Sock
By Ul ustdllV
-! ..- I llor Milwsukee
Srrsslael)
l.mii. Heamon Vrteraa
turner for Joe Louis haa no
dauM ateai Use Brass lemb-
ra .blilly to recain the
lieav>uriglil liUe In his rmmu-
back In hi 'uUul rriss-rd
Iharles. He-aleroaer 27. la New
Vark.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.
ine ol Joe lxiuis* closest and
nost resj.i- in Manna?
mruoi'. his trainer for 12 years.
Whether on tour or in actual
raining, Seamon has always bean
.vnh Louis sometimes counsel-
ling, sometimes framing, and, aa
BA puts it, "sometimes being a
. r.hoiogisl."
Seamon is highly enthusiastic
stout Louis' decision to com* out
ol retirement and seek bis old
ncivvweighi title against Erzard
Charles. Ihe NBA champion, in
Now York's Yankee Stadium.
September 27.
Tbe trainer says.
-Joe is going to fool a lot of
.i ii>lc WDO consider him an old
man at 3. He's been sticking lo
Ml light business without inter-
ruption. He always talks righting.
lies lots of road work and acts
like a fighter all the time. I knew
Ji>- would make a comeback long
1 remember after he knocked
oul Pal Valentino in Chicago last
IVrembar. Joe talked of a come-
baca. And then, alter hi* extubi-
00 tour. 1 was positive"
Seamon says he and Louis dis*
-wi a coma-back nuuiv times.
The way he worked in the
riogl around the country proved
in- was serious," Manoie points
oul. "He just couldn't stay on
UM sidelines mucb longer. As -
bus friendnot a uackslapper or
flatterer--I always told him 1 waj
sure he could lick any heavy-
weight in the world."
At his preliminary training
camp in West Baden, Ind.. Sea-
mon has Louis up every morning
hi 6 am for road work. At 10
he has breakfasta normal, big
hieakfasi but substituting tea for
(offee Then golf, a large dinner
steak, chops or nsb, but oo
starchy foodsand lo bed by 10.
"Joe weighs around 222 pounds
now." Seamon says, "and we're
pointing for between 214 and 217
for the Charle* flght.
"Joe's really serious about re-
gaining the title. 1 would say
right now that he has as much
-; eed in his legs as he ever had.
lie was always a fast puncher
and still is
"No. I don't worry about Joe
looking bad against anyone. He
still has the best sock m the
lus.ness remember that!"
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white AU slsea
Forarterly UU
New gaiax at......MM
FELT AND STRAWnSATS.
reduced frosa S3 ,i) ta
ll H
It A hum, TRL'NES.
New goirut al half prle*
r.IRLS' SHOES. formerlT
14 11 Now gelnr at SS.50
see pair
LEATHER SANDALS^ in
sH oolours and slses
New gain* at $2 40 per pair.
COTTON ANKLETS
Plain and coloured borders.
Ail aisea.
Only 1 per pair
HANDBAGS In black eai>
with long streps, fa
It SI Hi New -Mar at
SI 50 each
KI HtllK SHOES
rleariac out at 2/- per pair.
hoys- SHOES AND
SANDALS,
going at reasonable
Prices
BOTH' *i SOCKS
formerly OS cents
' Koine at 00 rents pir
pair


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