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PAGI EIGHT BARBADOS AllVtlC \TI TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1M* Walcott Scores 103 To Put W.I. In Lead Sou Hi England Make Gootl Siinml Innings Opening SOUTH ENGLAND 194 (and /or 0 wkli.) SI WEST INDIES — 2 HASTINGS. BuaMX, S<-|j Burlv uncket-keepei Clyde Walcott Kored lOji, century ..I the lour, raj l lpul th. Ww Indn cncki ,. a first innings lead ol 92 uver th. 3uu|n "I ."lay. irKSTi.x*. \inii A si%: 2S6 I nil*. 10UI "I IM, Stuart S'""*" 1 Ihe S.i.r, %  t.i.l im-iliulii DOWlai Ihe laku !2 and V. I All mil lor iM.ml :. it'ti 11. .I.i>< ,1 ullogllii 'i H" hours i aimulei | he roved. John*) J tall In etiver al *M 4 for 73 runs AtB -mine W He *n o. .if i.la. Ihe SOMlh 'cr. Vcaufht at -inlnt by Hogilfr itlor no wkeVei - %  • %  >' J,*0 •'"" %  .' h I *" ^ ,W ^ runs behind. ACler a careful Karl • U i %  Inlnia In whK-r. h^ look l "" deliilhled UK •,000 ample iih iniM powerful mlnutea and hil i id six four. 10 minulcs. wrier. %  "" l h > % %  •">' U .l.-i.dih "'"* "' ^ "' nl "I •"<" ... ih i RamadnDL Alter l.nnrl. | .ether al lun C Hie ddMl added aflei lh. interval, but wai ,.iii. :,t mical in I |„ in,, noun. ,1 i..-t,ail who had ini.uile -1.11111' knocked l.a.'k n U ,'.., new I, II al 191. and Ooddard. vch.. ;"ei ,..,[ I.. .;li mini olie-hanili'd sli i 6 catch I Waliott. dropped off a nan %  straight drive when HG. romptan i hii, cenUirv after lie had then bet n butting or 2 hours SO minutes at d nl' .i -ix and ft fours. ttlfres after ,u*i.g it slip thrCHiitl tu LMBA .. The South. 92 run %  • | I in poo light Worrell move-i .iwkw.udlv. am „. %  again wimoui rr IT COULD HAVE HAPPENED V£TB*DAY I I oa th grass w.iu u for th* ball to be rftrii'ved After he t t nil i i tors *ow> tha Oral wher Walcott also hi*, a eantu %  :•'... %  ...'. i • %  a i press. I i UH INNING* OS* %  b lurrMaa C a aafca %  Ids* II f< i>Mut Walcott wMiWA jjji^'ljg SKiL when ho unrt Rave cover Australian Crowds Can Be Really Nerve Shattering > JA< K iioint* NEVKR CM 1 rrm.-mber when so U w |lu>c.s "ofeOM 0M m I %  r lo Retlnlo lh. IMU;[..I... ( gfjod |ii|tiiii 1 n. Satuniuv AIU: bOWllU OUl For the youngsters that if. lm,-1 „,!„,,, [ l(r gg. ihe> more t-ncouragmg than a ready^ ailll -h.n ..H..111 bot %  M %  %  %  in 1-.M.1 bH IH With iilm1 would have had !•> M in Iheir iwctMi.1 [or my first Aun;di.ni irif |hl ; • 14 m onIt toi Ufa f..rt that ID lm., men .,., hk refused to go on Uw terms W|lku Ulok hl „. „, h( .(r wickets ond da; 1 pla; II lay Cable and Wireless. Menial Hospital and —. \ l9 %  Windward and YJ4\?.< 1 %  : U ,J 'i'. \ l,\ I7(i i<>r the Inaa of Rw orlCtaU in reply to irten fiisr buUngi leora -f 195. Rlr. >. It-win la 1' la BM Mronam> early win %  inning* M-I.UM 343 wickets l oiiatiod hu. century by one run r.mg to the Alike' fe1 I.K. I % %  sis, hi 1 Immedl.ilely bagan lo Bay the Wnnderer; attack. OiKimiK bat, D MaUJaiw Die md w ( .-ie^ 1 .-. dikes 51 L Ore> I took thrw %  >'. tog Cubic and Wm-irvwlckati "Hi .'i lag %  i innings. BOrad 33 white splniwr E. Brank.-r look BWr of the.;arlckaii Wandera Keidlng allowet I ;..iiit -4* i \ K\m\s a wiari.cn* i i IT e s OIIK II o • M'MAI. IIOSI'ITAL V WINDWARD n-" in aa lie Ml Nl \\ HO-MlM. If! A (.. 1 %  fall Ml\tl Htltl'lTM—1.1 lh-lm. Thnf-iiftri I. Will. %  %  I i %  II V F.iTWr i novnton B r %  ii vv.ikir. ttr.\ .1' I III A WIKtJ.ll*—1*1 I" -. I> Masalah . II A 1-a.wlrb O Lrwta K A. Cron> c C lwl. b Cliraum t s Oil-i U Lai->. tOrtn .? b u.u C Brno* b Grrvmdac ,.l .„ii nuMMNt. ANAI.VHlS roi in AuatrtUan lour. avei been B time when It wi M HV learn. 33rd. ANNUAL REPORT %  Calhrail -, t J III I. Gn .1 lt.>ll.> 7 I Clarlp r %  %  i%  • %  %  II 'i '..i 141 mwi IVI. W.IV.IH wANDBaaaa—• %  iw-i ,' %  **" %  A '•* 1 ' • I"A %-*U b Brniil-r,. , .1 i \ Iawlc. M I riHrkr r l^iulro Ii llr„. I J M M a W h l-l.l.v. t. Mr.,.k.r 1 • i <: %  %  r 2nd h. CMehoti Police Defeat Lodge v< il.H'E obtained their nrat out:iKht virior\ lor the season when %  ted l-odge by an innings jnd 123 runs lait Saturday, the HPcond and final day In the Fourth nssM of the Second Division Cricket matches. On the first day Police batted nearly the whole day and seored 331 run*. The schoolboys In their lum scored 13S runs on the second day. E Cheeseman topecored with 19. Bowling for Police C Springer the most successful bowler took rhree wickets for 29 runs Iaodge had to follow on and ined their best to draw the game iut through the steady and actuate bowling of the Police they srara dismissed for 72 runs. C. Springer took four of the wickets for 2J runs. Another *ix points victory went in Ihe Regiment playing Combermere at the Garrison Bowled out (or 33 in their first innings in reply tu 133 by the Regiment. Combermere were forced to follow on and ould only collect 83 A good spell of bowLng by J. Brathwalte in the t-ocoQd innings brought him seven tickets. At Beckles Road. Leeward sejii'd first innlnas points from V M.P C Leeward scored 92 in :helr first innings to YMK. and at the end of play Leeward had lost seven wickets for 83 runs in the second turn at the wicket .ifter they bowled out Y M.PC. for 113 runs in their second innings Time prevented Pickwick from coring an outright victory over central when they met at Vaucluse. Pickwick however got first innings lead points After scoring •M in their first innings Pickwick %  -•-1> %  i out Central for 145. I. O Wood topscorlng with 58 not out V Svmmnnds took four for 24 and :is the most successful bowler for nis team. In their second turn at the Wicket Central scored 105 runs for %  iHht wickets by the close of play. A Symmonds was again the most ;uccesslul bowler taking three tickets for 38 runs. The results are.— Police and 1. <.) %  ..al Lodge Police 331 U.de 135 (E '"lieesoman 79, C Springer three for 20) and 71. Central and Pickwick al Vaurluse Pickwuk 298. Central 145 (L. O Wood 58 nnl out. A. Symmunds 4 for 34) and 105 for eight wickets (C. Shepherd 28. A Svmmonds 3 for 391. Fouuduiion and College at Foundation Foundation 185 and 15 for nc vickct College 113 IR C Dash .;, i; Clarke 4 for 27). Ki %  HMI n; and Combe mien* at C.arrison i II imcrr 33 and 63 '.' t '> r ,*^^^%*A^^ NEW SUM K OF BVMIN AMAKA HAI.IBORANC.K LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS and RUSKS—Baby's First Solid Food Also a ..mm of CIGARS COLLINS lllll I. SI s f RID YOUR PREMISES OF... MOTHS — FLIES — MOSQUITOES FLEAS LICE — COCHROACHES— BUGS — RATS — MICE Etc Etc These are all carriers of GERMS. ; Be Surp and keep a clean house. i>; usinic— inkm g> I rum bry BM Island. %  ••. 5 i> i in HUH During ih< wrote lu tin Cub' vi ol Trumpetci I OVI liieii hoardlnga and adw 11 along the preUaasl driw Island. Only one DOB1 been n offered. Thi: year, however, %  everel Hrutrdings '...".'."'.!::. r V"I !" "' and ompiniUv* ,nexpe.,e„d players. mng piofi ,ii rnaktn| njMi i "ii ;it the AnenI "llMn IOUI Worlli t7lMI A prudent young — %  • -l'."-'--V ',:",,'„.. '.rS-wfthI. la. >tnr ,|.,Li.l.l id' >.ii||| nil .-I S'llll .... %  _. %  %  • i letter would be lent OB '" then head oltices. The disiikurcmeiit o| lieet %  .-dvertlsenients alonn IsU PU* %  %  row appealing to owners ol trees to remove adajna us soon .> .iflixt.'-l ThAnnual Report of 0t Circle would uIncomplete Mil reference lo Ihe gagW and sympalhi v.hi.-h from Bon Btewart I' during h^ term of oflk ;>s Coionial Secrelary .inn Inter Acting Qoeernor. It wl*hc i during bil nix overs. TaJdng tnelr second turn at th.II I Fanner, betting for Windward, scored 29 tlvelj Pickwii k Pepu I %  M I' total .( 149. Y.M.P.C.. bave lost onU rum C I Edwarde %  .cored 32 end 48 1 S. Qoddard played %  ' %  %  nnliiii of 7s beforetie was taught by L ..ling. Koi Si irtei McComie top%  openina bat P Thornton bad %  eiay of 40. N. Saaly played havoc against th.Theae Australians pla> IhH, . IH .„ during his M nickel lo win. with a f''''' n "ovsn hcn t.e IOC* .vvii wkket and deiorminailon which i ortrn ., howtlntf vielded 60 mns. filing ilawkini from our lesl i. |( ( Empire scoie 170. G malcri if.'.n. (links, r made -11 end M. June Nothing cen play havoc wtt il took the young Player's nerve lvr [atmosphe.. of an A SP\I:TVN •I Ml'Illl Mich* oi ; %  !!> match foi thai numtiM HU pretty well Intact Much better than having lo Und a stopgap winter Job. This Australian trip i wonderful holiday, but don't fine that it la one glorious picnic Far from It. It's a muchly at job. TOTAL .foi BOHIINO ANALYSIS > S • li 3 1 T riCKWUK vs. Y M r C t : Ii ii'.mi .I... I .-.. i I'lltnllK I in K\MI r. i.i laaiaat I A Ttwllrr Ibw Ho>o. C T. Eawardi Ibw b Barkrr nidsa b Burks il A llUad r O. Gi.i.d.r I. )!••> %  .(. U r.^.i-r p D Grpnidah Poriri I O lr-i.b K Brankrr A Wllr* b R Biflnkr-r n l*.hb*v e t i;....ii.l. b Brankri T IVierkln nnl n.il Exiraa I ror U; 1 lor 89, S f. i. s i.., iss. • IOI ire. i %  loi M, HOHMM. ANALYSIS press iti graliliide aiui .ippri-ci;i-|inattcr, fm the Stall im< n ,-i.m lion of thp tnteresi which Mi peroeraa trxk in its work, ind] regrets that his promotion luu r em oeed from thli Island staunch friend of all who labOt In the cause or beauty. —BARBARA L. YOl'Sli. H Tt-i B.C.L. Butsinan Scores Century Clalrmonte Depcoza scored 177. his first pgoturj In .. B.C.L si when biitung Ear i ;ig.uii!.l ihe City lo i fin noh fixture on Sunday last. ired with iheti %  at 265, .md dismissed the Citv He'll M-t lor 48. different Never from AUstraliai %  ii rteketiruj •-.., we hiiii fioiti the Nottlnnham Crowd during the recent Test .iKdins; ii i W< I Bowlers — \:-.: playi i alike who eel %  I Ing like our bowler* look from rWrroB and Wi ekes, ..-t an even nmerini: iTOrfl the AlU (rallan crowd. Hj advice is—go with UM d. never against thei calll and Aitiiii BH Bst %  M wearing, hut ttnpi. • shows h well catch the next 1-, on tin Gums Bleed, Teeth Loose! i MAGIC II.IOIH MI BF.U-Bt'G POWDFR PEST-KIM. (D.D.T. Vapour for Indoor use anlyi VEXTERM RAT BISCUITS A Certain Death lo RnL and Mice) All obtainable al:— Booker's c* DOSI Drug Stores Ltd. Umad Strevl. und Hastings (Alpha Pharmac>) I BOWRANITE ANTI-CORKOSIVE PAINT Iron ami Steelwork cannot corrode beneath a coat o( BOVVKANITK. Proof against heat or cold, the conosiw ;iir ol bia cltleg, salt spray and sea-water. BOWK ASITI. is used by engineers, shipping lines, dock guthorities, and public and Industrial contractors everywhere. VOI SHIM 1 II I sr IT. TOO Touvli. flexible, yet non-cracking, BflWU Will in marie in many attractive shades. Mm l.iii in Permanent Green, Red, Grry, Rlnrk and Super Black (Heat RmUtiag) In Tins ol Imperial Measure One Gallon will cover 1,000 Square Feet SHONE 4456 AGENTS WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B. G. Thcv'll I).. Ii EVCIT 1 imc TEN MINUTES LATBH-TVeyu. PO IT EVER/ TIME ("HUSSA-JPS WE MEAN) I928 r 1 e !" ST.. LOS *SCE.L!1S, CA.-. •a"-'T,,, Stop D yorrhea and Trench Mouth in 24 Hours .. MPUIII or •oin-'bj'l il."' MI *ili (•iniaallr eamv yoti W '.•— %  -' >ar •aetfe asS ha** M rar Mtat f' '-:nt your um*. 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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER S. IM • Premier(Trinidad) Oilfields Extraordinary General Meeting (From Our London Orretpundri.t) L LONDI m At the annual general mw tin K of Premier (Trinidad* Oil tSnk k*5l-, held in L 0 !" 10 Mr. P. A. Ashmead-Battle tt M.C.A.C.G.I, chairman and mariauin^ director*, presided" and moved the adoption of the report and account*. BARBADOS ADVOCATE i Vi* AMI IUII\K German Scouting Recognised LONDON Tor the first time official recognition has been granted to German Scouting This was unanimously agreed by the International Scout Conference It has aceoadl recognition as a member Association to the Ring Deutacher Pfadllnderbuendc which i^ | ftd. eration ot three separate Scout Associations in Western Germany. Scout Groups started up in Western Germain anorth after the end of the war. Tim pummai several German Scouts haw visited t h i 5 country I Jamborees and camps and British T roop s have been camping with German Scouts in Germany During the put two years a number of German Scout leaderhave taken part in Scouters training courses in Denmark. Sweden. Holland and Great Britain. The International Scout Conference Is composed of representatives of the 47 Scout Aoriatlnm in the world. It is respon sibli for promoting throughout, th* world unity of purpose and common understanding in the fundamental principles of Scouting as founded by the late Chief Scout of the World. Lord BadonPowell. Scout experts from Trinidad. Northern Rhodesia, and Pakistan as well as from countries in Europe and the United States are attending a conference in England The 45 delegates, known as Deputy Camp Chiefs are gathering IO discuss their work of training the Scoutmasters at Gil well Park Training Centre, near Ohtnirford. Essex, from Sept-nibeen organised oi tins scale Stock Exchange Was As Forccasl LONDON. Sept 4, The make up of today's London Stock Exchange was generally as forecast In the light of the unnouneement regarding ihe relaxing at ah* switching ban General movements were small with a disposition to await a lead from Hew York wh.n that centre reo)>ens on Tuesday. Govirnmcnt securities showed slow deterioration throughout tho day. but there was li'.lle stock actually en offer. The main movement In foreign bonds was in Chilean* which Unithed flv* and half points better at four on Other South American bonds asm inclined to be harder and thenwas speculative support for Japanese which resulted In rises of up to two points. The Foreign Rail and Utility markets were occasionally easier. Oil shares wer* quietly tlrm. There was a small but awl sustained demand for coppers and diamonds as well as for lead and zinc shares —Renter. Defence Effort* \at Enough LONDON. Sept 4 North Atlantic Pact Deputies at a Council meeting to-day declared that the defence efforts of Member Governments so far proposed were insufficient and that "further effort and sacrifice will be required." —Banter. The resolution was carried. An extraordinary general meeting was then held to consider resolutions approving agreements with Trinidad < i*m>l Ml t aim TliiN.n .. Mining Corporation Ltd auction af the capital from Mou.omi. to £262.440. 12s. Tue i hdinnan. addressing i h t meeting, said' You will h., that the %  ebern* p operations In Trinidad to be (-onducted from January I last, as if the amulgmnaUon bad been completed at that date. The Oauraa I am : is more than covered by existing cash balances. It will be repr—antad on the other side of the balance-sheet by valuable conrtuBTltlon m the form of a produiin,; Oilfield, U>scther with plan), machinory and stores. Our liquid resources continue to improve nnd. all being well. thev should be substantially In ,-xr<".> of the ftgure KIVCII v .WOT* jackets and pull-over* not adequate. „. n „ f „,,.,„ ^d ., ,,„,,. s m %  aadadon tiM ommilteos of the ian American and Barbadia.. Georgetown Chamber of Commoney. From the Harboui merce, and that their interest ,stadon Yard, they wan are not batng fully represented lo t(lk ,. „ ^n fcrouIul by the Chamber Labour Exchange GEORGETOWN. During the first year of operation of the British Guiana Government Employment Exchange In 1945. more than 4.00" unemployed workers were registered as compared with 3,100 in 1949 The service was notified of 2.400 vacancies in 1945 as compared with 3,100 In 1949. A* regards the filling of vacancies 500 were filled in 1945 as compared with 2,10(1 in 1949 The work being done by the juvenile section Of th* BKenajIgJt is of special Important • %  of the growing number of children leaving school with little hope of linding employment. Lack of adequate accommodation ore— Thf W pat her TODAY Sun Rises: 5.51 aan. Sun Sett: 6 07 pjn. Moon (New) September II Lighting: .00 p m High Water: 8.54 pa 9.35 p.m. KatntMll l ..dull-inn rill. Total for Month to yeslrray: .19 In. YESTERDAY Temaeralare (Max! 9.0 F. Temperature i.Mtai .S *• Wind Direction (9 ami f. 13 p-m.l N.N.E Wind Velocity a mileper hear. Barometer 19 a.m.! 29 935 (SMB.) naifc of thei I* IK: Ml hark CPl until 4 30 a.m. Some took the opportunity letters while others carr souvenirs to their Mu.uk Manuel Reins, a nnvhan cngmeet and the only one on board the smack who speaks English, said that II era i time the men had druk "A very excellent drink The bread was nice too. and fur above the standard of the Int. of the Carjarj Mteda Ta*ty Bread The bread hci %  Dd %  %  !• bsatr, laanuai -mti bul in the Canarlaa, it ami and tasteless Ha said thai they .t i obliged to the people ol I for the hoaptnsIM shown UaaM HHI anu pun lhal i( r went to Ihe Canaries, thl I-similarly treated. Thr "Ilnrmas" .voul' I port on Sunday without any of its passengers setting ftxt on tinsoil, but the. wan paid up through repairs to the engiif. At the rarliesi oppor t unity, the* will ie fitini; s;nl for Vrtte/u.-l.. Transport Services Sink s iHi IN BRITISH GUIANA GEORGETOWN Thi toUl net trucking of the T< our Depai Unent, Hi i: %  .1 H .132,8 This was disclosed in Ihe ment which h:is IKTII liinl OB tin Mi W T P Pi il. QS, the GenHJar, Kpl liris |i hi i^ ,r proier comi ihr i uf the varloua I i rd 104* can %  deficiency includes as a bh^k Hem unallocated, the lump sum pay..t v i do* rvtoas s.i"minisalnii He 149 wee "a v u of iifti. vltfa .id-ninistrilive "hangi s. rcudius! %  mi i |ulpm*nl naverth*!**! it was .i year with much i areas made and mon band To* ah vented the running of the Juvenile Section when the Exchange LterlcVwaj stand m 1915 but i> August. 1950. Ihe section regi5U-..tioii for youlni 14 end 18 years uf age the first two weeks o tion of the Service, larted %  c'wd-n With I. opera19 vmiUis were regltteradT and 11 of them wore placed in Jobs. Intercolonial Table Tenais iFtom Om <>"" C ajTSsap n ai H* GEORGETOWN Sixteen players have been asked o stand by f'n i paration for the lab rabl* Tennis Series to be staged in Trinidad The n (; team Ja anpec ted to leave about Sept 24. RURAL LIBRARY OPF.NED C.EOJtC,ETO\VN The Urtt Run I I [an '.tn.r:.1 nrai t*riing was 550 1949 ...i4.3*1.097 M i W.1T> i., nun Thar* BSJ IT ot loaan I P nuer ml %  i Mav 1, 1949. by I class Mlh a minimum I ... traffic •x.e.-.i.ii the 1948 tlguie by $107,550. but this bill only Ji montri opi :,lti 2jj4m. Adh ersc Trade Balance nsft* trade d Jsmiar> t. July. 1950 b $4,342,397 Ol tt arsfl %  %  llh 124328,705 for 1949, ami imports amounted to S31.4I2.611 as compared with S2fi.683.371 for 1. H paaj tllUUKi.il future wart by aemCouncil. I Secretai) > %  I g $.'087.^84 911 t .* t olonj a i adoption ol the %  %  ... litajimdiij Bx| i totalling S378.29ST2 I B I !949 -*u ..ir %  K in* t's A *l| in iliKh up on tin H-M u sufar which was rat i' i approKlmaMy half I 01 • %  %  % % %  to i tiada ant K %  I %  | | %  %  million in the value % %  b now thai 139.817 tons lass of thai i r* w*a %  %  IIU i. %  ..>.',i i th* higher prlc* tnli ••uneral H now obt*inlllf ir (.aniida expei la aiiiounteil t:-'.2B6.lll* ur $700,000 i,. uiuiK th* aaana p .nd rue anportl atnoiniic i t -I.947.M42. .r $124,077 more than tor the same perunl in. 1949 mportj ini the seven months unt" i am* Iron ON U K arltl „ n d other British possessionr mm amounts .'".ltd, *4 million c.eii way %  : %  ; from foreign iiniHlli an *r* II 148.396 Maenlnar] anm the lai 0B the uuport list, amounting t< i million (H that %  mount; Ug|] matiulactunng ni.n lii.:er> COM ITWJftT, agricultural %  -.: %  I KM II i OtJWI kinds Of ni.iihincry $2,101,881 Nexl highest item Import** wM r. • p* • %  anani *"d i-' IO tail*. lhy m on s**nshMa] asM • %  •IS **4 ***' '•** %  4 Kilkft'i Co'" ri.lt*. u.i, i>ni* Rtnai %  >. Irld CO**., old and r la* RD %  laulllc" ini 1 ",, pa] Windc eric I0RWSIC0W1. Bjaaan sn*t aiiMai*tnwK-ai tr amuni" wSL I OT aafet relief from N**al (atarili uss 'MonthoUtum' Tail * TO ANSI'! v I thnt wc arr iiiiv,. .ir.mi in : %  MrittM t> Supply thr Inllnwii. %  . PEACOCK k BICHAN ll(l.(0TF' K..1 KiKilinu Paint $0.17 p


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PAGI Hill: BARBADOS ADVOCATE II I:SI>A> -I I'll MBI'.R V l5" BmwsjakjmtMTE JAP AX NEEDS PEACE ,.'. Cm., i •' %  I -i.. UMl'Uf Tuesday. September 5. 19311 Relief For Aiiliifua THK paopli h*vg bevA hofriHexl by the news of lb* destruction and damage caused by the hurricane which hit Antigua last week As a thanksgiving fur their own escape II want to cuiiti ihute u> the Antigua Relief Hurricane Fund which this MWpaper is starting to-day. Antigua has been mure than doubly unfortunate. Two huge tires caused thousands of dollars property loss within two days of each other when the Globe Hotel and the Secretariat were burnt. Hardly bod these disasters ceased when the .v. i-i storm in 73 years struck and did much damage. And now as a result of the must recent hurricane, thousands nf people are homeless and at least one million dollars worth of property has been lost. Suffering and luss have been widespread. Antigua among other islands in tinleewards has been described as woefully poor The economic life of the colony has been the cause of much anxiety. The ravages of a hurricane travelling over 100 mi!es an hour have added to the d'stress which the people have been suffering. Children are cryim; and begging for food. They have need of clothing. Field officers, welfare workers and the Red Cross are helping but there is much to be done. There are hundreds of Barbadians in Antigua and in helping those who need succour we might be helping our own also. But even without these ties of kinship the need to contribute is urgent on humanitarian grounds Barbadians have never failed to be charitable to their neighbours in d: .tress. They have been fortunate to have been spared and the measure of their thankfulness will be estimated by the effort which they now make to succour the people of Antigua. This is a duty which we cannot escape. The Advocate in co-operation with the banks will receive money and publish %  ckDOWledgments of donations At the Y.M.C.A. preparations are being made to receive clothing, foodstuffs and gifts of all kinds. An appeal is being made to business houses to give packing cases and arrangements are being made to ship supplies into Antigua by the very first available opportunity. The news from Antigua is sorry reading. Anything that you can do to help do to-day. Give money, give clothing but gfre generously to help those whose plight deserves your sympathy now. % %  formation LETTKRS from readers r—thing tins newsE aper give full WOW '" lb* arguments which ave been consistently put forward in these columns that the hurricane warning system is unsatisfactory Thf absence <>f bad weather durinr the late cautionary warning allowed a certain amount of information to be circulated in certain parts of the inland But even without had weather many householder* were unaware either that a hurricane was expeclcd or later when all danger from hurricane had passed. In spitu of continual pleading for wide Information and. the publication of dally bulletins (free of charge) In this newspaper, the policy of the Government seems tu be not to give any tniirmation about hurricanes In the area unless those hurricanes are likely to reach Barbados Such a policy has the merit of avoiding panic and fear which might contribute lo the devastation of a hurricane. But Jt is based on the conception that the people cannot be trusted to look after their own Interests. Only the authority responsible for disseminating hurricane information must decide what and when to release to the public This policy does not breed confidence. Nothing short of late dally weather reports published in the daily Press and posted up in post offices and churches and other public places, on an islandwide basis will remove fear and despondency. At present half-garbled talk of hurricanes coming and going abounds. Secrecy has paid no dividends. Only information will. In the that has stripped Japan of its t'.S Occupation fo r —, one unol Oeeeral MacArthur'. %  the enormous task of lifting Japan off the American taxpayer-.* necks. To comprehend the StM Of Ml n is progressing rc-mark'iiu.l Know a hllle the day. live years ago. MacArthur arrived at Atsugi Airport' %  ,....! fallen %  •;' cent at the wartime ptek. Our ae. la) bombs and naval •.illy destroyed Vi imtrjra brAiatrlai %  n capacity and matcri-'her third Million* itpl'-.iiicir hurtan slave labourcii i *ne eoal mines. ' left of ipans railroads. Eights %  i..| business I %  f ..,K The Itavj had sent to the Japen'i mam : i. venue. it* ii.erehatlt n had destroyed all hope country's once fabulous ik export trade could be roamed There was a wild inflation. ,nd Ihe traditional method ->t tcttng remained. It was a farcical rite in which man with money made a private | with his tax-collector ami ughed up only a token payment •ease and starvation covered the Todav the Japanese govem%  nt operating under a democra. constitution written by Japahas been led back to a point icr e i w within S250 million a ar of solvency — and mis B HUB ( ONSllllM D Japanese whe'e there 72 million five years ;.go. Japan's Empire and its relources are gone, and its teemliiK ra in a countr* smaller than California—and with %  M Xth of it fit for nun. I is quickly restored in •he Pacific, and the long range plans of MacArthur and his economists bear fruit. Japan no longer wilt be a financial drain on us after the fiscal year 1953. The nation's heavy industry is back to 60 per cent of its wartime peak With the destruction of the Zaibatsu. the closely held eupercorporaUou which monopoliz-1 : most facets of Japan's economy — frre enterprise is nourishing The Americans have stopped the old Jap trade practice of .tumping cheap products on world markets Jap manufacturers must turn out better products and compete mote ethically In world trade. Unemployed silk workers have turned to the ruing cotton textile trade of Japan India. Pakistan and other aterl ig area countrle> •hat hove U\ an trading with Japan are takinR such Jap products as steel, r. ihoad equipment. ships, hydro-eta* inc power equipment, industrial machinery electrical supplies and the like. A visit by the Emperor to Japanese coal areas (a move prompted by Mac Arthur, and extra food ration* resulted in a wide spied replace merit bv J< %  ember, lMi Kight now it coals Japan $254 ntUUoa a year to hn. 'uppiiig for its exports. We have more or less weaned economic ful i directed tu the tterlioj Bui if th;il iiulustii.il centa Of Aniencii. The poSStbUHlSS are limitless," nd Ivev. "Industry in die North god Middle West is based on coal glD oil H an energy base. ,rfn and if that base is exhausted, the center' of industry may shift to the South, with Its unlimited hydro-electric power. Such a transition would affect the type of community housing public schools, housing and health %  Tries, in Ivey's opinion. He sees the trend of decentralized industry In the South a* continuing. Thus the South will gVOld 'he evils of greatly centralized Industrie! such as exis: in the big cities of the North The whole pattern of life In the South already U changing These changes will continue, in Ivey*! view, as the South of th^ future bases its economy on water power and the use >r agricultural producU as the substance of industry. Someihing of the same bright future Is painted by the Middle Bv MALCOLM JOHNSON Soulh -res development program, promoted by four individual •*ectrjfl Utilities to publm/e tli advantage* of the three Mid die South states — Loutatana, Arkansas and Mississippi. The Broad purpose of th>campaign is to stimuliile the economic development of the area DJ promoting industry, commercv and agnculture. In a series of adi DM the Middle SouUi is described as a great "econo.ni.(rentier" The work is typical of thspirtt of the New South. That Bpiril was reflected by "two youni men In Mississippi who work fo. the State Agriculture and Indus try Board. Discussing the problems fncinn Mississippi and Ihe rest of the South, the young men looked al each other, grinned and said: "Hell, we haven't got SBBge enough to know we can't do •'">thing We are Just dumb enough lo think that any prob'em we have can be solved somehow. Oui Idea is to go ahead and tackle It. even when they say it cm'! hj done." • W One of the utilities! backing the Middle South development program Is the New Orleans Public Service. Inc. Speaking of ihe bv portanco of the port of New Orlea. s in the South's economic advancement. J. M. Jennings Jr., of that company pointed out that it Js the second port in the US (New York is the first) In the value of export and import trade. .; is estimated. Jennings said, that 10 cents of every dollar spent in New Orleans can be traced t'. the port's activity. •The commerce that funnels through the port of New Orleans. said Jennings, "comes from the mill continent region, ono of the world's greatest producing area Bartending from Denver on ID west to Cincinnati on the east mi %  from Canada to the Gulf of MexOther cities and secllons of the South are promoting progress through various forward-lookinr schemes. In Birmingham. Ala ii mention only one, a commltte* of loo business men organized t< help bring new industries to tin area In \! readjusted." "In gas past," says l.cc. ar i loquent spokesman for his race "the poor whites have fought th> |Mx>r blacks for the right to scrap< ihe sides of the bottom of the iconotnic pot". Lee said: "The South's economic an.i poUttcel future dOSS no! I on legislation, but also on ihe progress of interracial team work Of negro leaders who must line ways to reduce the provocation of those in the ranks to the minimum, without sacrificing thi essentials of self-r*spect. "Negroe.. must cooperate with that growing element of the White South who are standing ur for justice of human relationship and the way will he Maze* toward* gentle improvement" DeepttS gieat gains, the South realizes Uiat it Is still behind threat nf the nation economically It realizes that it has grave I <>i,|,-. Tl The South has its bigots, demagogues, hateinongers. But Southerners feel that they have n monopoly on them. Other sections also have their "lunatic fringes" end their "tobacco road" areas. In short, modern Southerner; feel that they arc not too unlike the rest of the country in advantages and disadvantages. Thev regard themselves as part of the national economy They know thai backwardness in the South is a drag on the whole nation By the same token, progress in the South I* reflected elsewhere That the spirit of the Nov. South, it was only a dream when Henry W. Grady spoke of it mon than sixty years ago. Today that dream is being fulfilled, as thi Old South gives way to the New I.N.S. AUSTRIA'S •SLEEPY" COMMUNISTS H Mill-tin Si..in VIE! A. HERESa wporl %  ri IDOfiOO I than am> I'oniniMS in thworld. They in the Austrian bu-.ii thi iclchische KommunisiiM-hi Paiiatcentered mostly in Vienna. Maybe too many lazy Strauss wait;.* have %  In D tha starch out of thiin. but ;he reason they aren'i much IK.' than urethren elsewhere whin ii oonaa to l:bo.r %  lots or street scraps. Thi v'cl rather slnii aonffl Una uaChW. and when they iiuirh i.aphazard cadence, us Ihaugh ih.vd ralhei I ;nn4 beer. Their biKKest show ol "ioicc" III x months was a rash ol 'Hands oil K M ins painted on walls and sidewalks. Tha. | ,ndeil abruptly after Vienna's mayor asked' them lo mind their manners. Not that Austria's rU-U ai.nl poUntUUly i.inKerous. A Chancellory spokesm I why Austria's nativConimumsls %  ppMPK io relatively docile, replied: "Don'l let them fool you. They re as docile as rattlesnakes—the ones 111 \:ilhoul lirst spittinx For one thing, these 100,000 have a sense of security that Beds in France or Italy dr not have. There are 44,000 Red army troops on Austrian soil. No need to bellow then lungs out fo. "rights" when three Army dWfimu MM 'here to see that they get them Still, they arc mild almost beyond belief On Mav Day they gave the right of way or. Vienna's Ringstrasse to their most bitter enemies, the Socialists. While thousands of Socialists filed by, hour after hour, the Communists cooled their heels without more than a murmur, finally foil into step when the last Socialist had passed on. The Kcd press goes In for screaming anliAmericun headlines and the usual vicious slander, but gives equal space to non-politics such as sex crimes. Their editors pay more attention to high-brow editorials and "inlellectual" battles than lighting the Marshall | Plan. Austrian Communists probably Mmd fewer delegates to international meetings than any other group. Their youth organization, the "Freie Oesterreichische Jugend" is more interested in camping than emulating their heavy-stomping colleagues in Germany. The 100,000 card-carrying Communists aro augmented by another 100,000 party liners j who, altogether, represent 5 per cent of the Austrian vole and about 3 per cent of Ihe total population. Their leaders are all Moscow-trained, dyedin-the-wool Communists but not one is known as a "fanatu'." Their big advantage is that they have the chance to work side-by-side with local Russian occupation officials who are known to be doing a lot of the "dirty work" that otherwise would fall on Viennese shoulders. Top man is 5I-yeur oid Ernest Fischer, a former Socialist editor who jumped over to the Communist during the war, rode out the lighting in the Kremlin learning the Stalin way. Fischer is one of live Communists in Parliament. He spends much of his time orating, writing plays and poetry. A recent Fischer plan panning Tito folded on Vienna's Communist stage after a short run. Even the critics on the Communist papers in Vienna swallowed hard. There already is talk that Fischer would never survive as leader if Austria fell into Russian hands. He's too "Austrian." For one thing, the man likes Mozart and Schubert too much. And that, apparently, is also an inherent weakness of all his colleagues.—INS D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS : & CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE,, H la. x 12 In.. IK in.. 24 in :• In 4X In 1 in x Is in. M In. 36 in II in I In vW in. m In. x IH In.. 21 in. 3fi in 18 in 60 in Us In. M M In.. 48 in.. 60 In 12 in WOVE HIKE '. la. x 24 in.. 36 In. <4 In, X 24 in.. 36 in. I Ulll\<. NIK I II. 16 and 18 OUfl GALVANISE KMI'.Mi WUtB \h t.ALVANISE NIKE—Ml and I0U (,.|U AU'MINt'M CLOTHES LIVES STAINLESS STEEL MOOING WIRE—', In. :! IS In.. 5-32 In. GALVANISE STAILKS lit mid , In. EXPANDED METAL—I ..i 14 in.. 2 In.. 3 In 8 x 4' She-ts WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO. LTD. Sacrsssars to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. SCOTLAND'S BEST MS SCOTTISH CREAM HIM:MIL II si on II u iiisht A Favourite at ( a ll the Leading Clubs. &f Ask for SCOTTISH CREAM WHISKY al Your Grocer. Charm-School Boy mm in A IIIIIS SAY i HT BULLY IIOM: j.clurepostcard Helen Brito, i Ki'iduate. culle Charm named School T HEKE swum to l>e only two So the Charm School H schools of thounht on tinMarled to sort of furcc-reed thei subject of juvenile delinquency; Mie essential* ot deportment the no-nonsene school which maintains thai every teenage The school tuts been a larrui*mughle ought to b* put behind i-ig success, and one reason u bars until lie sumiurs down to n tout the teachen encourage each reasonable facsimile of Lor*: girl to pick out a movie actress launtleiuy, and the Mgy-do— It lor a model and to mimic bar In school which operates on the manner and mode. tneory that our scrappiest ado i rcntt can be made to straighten Tins, of course, i* dangerous *ounta movie hero. up and fly right by the appUcai-rocedure. but the directors A fcw mon ths later w complete ,ion of a little psychology, syin justify it on the around that W ai his reformation that he help1 athy and soft toap -speed Is of the essence if these „| decorate the recreation centre Uurricane Warning To ihe Editor, The Advocate— accurate information Iron. SIK.— Your leading new* nrticl'" Barbadian who simply used hi* J y *?i5 I ^ uy S*P*"ber !<. common sense and knowledge of „e,o„. r ,oe S h,„o,,.,urno„ ^XZttSUTBjBr^ !-'-'!" !" <"' Kn-'ya STSLS^ S "* %  — •* !" <-'i ot only joined the project, but Although this house is situated enrolled, in the Charm School not more than 200 yard in.der cover, packing food ai clothes and so forth which ne not be done if there ii merely did in fact, re.eive perfectly hurrii-ne in the vicinity. POt -he latest information about the storm* f\e fonn me that the storm had gone off northwards and that there was no danger. This gentleman was more useful than the whole of the elaborate hurricane me .here, a* part of full treatntenl ,^he main Spelghtstown Bndaachanism which has had such -iggcated he emulate his town road, we knew nothing publicity of late. until warned by MUM lound in his We to tell us. 1 -nay nrane %  II i lor the big Hallowe'en shlndis. '-ml on the night of the big part> .ia model for all to behold. Except -icksllde for one spectacular =L=E ZL'SHlLlrSLSrJZ'S' ^WJW^SThSV^E zt Well, not being a crtralnologbl k-ds are to land jobs I'm not going to take tides In this mid they further assert tli squabble over Iron ban veraui br thes hastily assembled Qreei candy bars. Garsons and Joan FOMalnei havi n ^ , ('one right well for thefnselves But as a charter prTnVfT U the old Hudson Duster gang, I'd In fact the Chaiin School has like lo report on a new crimeheen such a success that (uiiti crimping organisation which few boys have enrolled aloi.„ fccems to be having pretty good atda ihe girl* Including one down and when handed the prize Juek in combating juvenile Terry Black, who last year was — %  big floppy Tejrly bear—he JopeYtM by substituting Ihe kind voted as least likely to succeed hustled right off lo present it to word for the kick, and the wait/ by a numbar of prominent police "j>' e -' 'rito. •or the warden. .fflci-U. „., hc WBy howew one o( Of tlic many group activities Terrv lei.der of A irmiin f tlie oung lh present made %  jponsomi by tins project, my t ^SSu^Sam\ tJ^n%^Sff^^i^^^-JP>S2: t favourite u one called the t ^ slollP ,, wlndowl of he pro upon Terry swung -' Charm School. Soon aftei the J ,.,.,', racMatlOB cantra and %  fOt under way. its x Hdnea Hams in T I II Rltf SPECIALS !! FRrrrs .lilce in Tins Prunes in Tins Strawberries in Tins Apricots m Tins Gooseberries in Tins Rhubarb In Tins |lla,-kt"erries in Tins Grapes in Tins i h. i


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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 195d BARBADOS AI>VOC ATE PACK FIVE 33rd Annual Report Of Civic Circle A mil. 1ST 1M—SIST MM.' II 1950 l...i.i—Hi.. Ma4r I .rafaara... Mi. Hl.,.a eraafalMi—Ml*. Hiitin V-.... VIM rr*>tarl-Ml I.,.I M,. U.U*< ftfn, • ...! IMIIMINS AIIIK PLAYING I III It in-ie. Mr* n B..I A T >.i OatSa Wall. Th Circle It p'eased to announce that Mrs Savag* has j kindly consent*! to become a Patroness. In Octot>er 1MB. Miaa Kthel San demon, who had been Hon T>. %  sure, f i naore tt-an thirty yeara. resigned The Circle wishes in place on rec ml Miss Sanderson's yean, of unseiush and efficient work, and to assure her of Its admiration and esteem Mb Audrey SkimnBall apimmtcd Treasurer in her stead Wurk I i.dirliki ii ipsrvtslan oi %  id U s In Bridgetown, the |j... s .< E %  ad uu Garri %  Mangle, UM land In fron: of the Spirit Bond k in i the garden of the HOUM-< Centre 'A constant watch b kept on I the growth of Outdoor Advert..,l ins. bills and advertisements an removed Iron walls. Unas, in the CiBiTison district. Bav M Marri i Square, Nelson'* monument and Ihe Fountain Gurden. Sea well Airport I The Circle was asked, in Aprl | 1949. by Ihe Manager of Seawi Airport to lay out and beautify the erounds. A Commitii-ieon SiStlng of Miss Young. Miss Arthur and Miss Manning begun STOrk, and a certain amount of plonlni.: was done. Kciuisition DM gardener and tools wore submitted to the Manager. Soon aft* rward Government decide! to enlarge Ihe landing Held, and the Committee's work baa, thtrefore, iieen ausnosided until alterations to tho Airport are completed The Circle is of UM opinion that 8—W il l i Uuj proper place for Ihe planting Ol all Avenue of Renu'nibr.ince' to commemorate the men who fell In the last war. Garrison The Turf Club has built well designed toilets in Ihe Qn OB lot the i. .nvenience of crowds who attend Race Meeting's The Circle intends to plant more Franglponl and Bougainvillca around, and generally to beautify the area. Much work has been done in the Garrison during the past year. At the back of Block A. trees have been planted, and a purple bougalnvlllea hedge will take th.. place of an untidy coffee fence. This work will be continued until the. area, is well plauted and well Many trees have been plants I around the Garrison, QUTM Ol being Ficus nitida (Evergreen trees!, to replace those which have died. In April 1949, the Circle was %  skod U> suporttitond tin weeping; gleaning and cutting ol grass at Si. Annan Court, and one* again ttie Cuvle is responsible tor thupkeep "( this area. U. Military Cemetery The Circle notified the Govemment that the temporary crosses, erected by the Royal Engineer*. over the graves of men who died during the war were In bad condition, and .t asked whether permanent crosses for these graves were likely t" be sent here t the Imperial War Graves Commission. If there was DO likeiihoo I „( cri*es being sent hero for .; year or two. the Circle suggested that Government should have UM temporary crosses retired or replaced Since Government had no information as to how ^ permanent crosses were HJV. be sent here, the Colonial Engineer has repaired temporary ones. Fountain (iarnen The Fountain Garden has bee-i cleared of IMtt of 'bi pelms an I uuU and M>" •£ to !£5 layout of Trafalgar Square, until U 1U occur, no fresh planting can be done. Water lilies have, howeve, been planted In the basu >the fountain. The Circle strong y Attraction of this garden while It awaits improvement. Queen l*ark Many alterations and improvements have been effected by the Churchwarden, and the thanks of tue community ore due to him for Ms good work at Queen's Park The lake has been mended, anu when filled it will once more become a beautiful feature of the Park. The Circle is trying to plant more annuals and shrubs ,,„i, urill xnhsnrp Ihe beauty • 238 Venezuelans Came Last Month V ~ T the I > inonin at Sen well last montn i %  Which arrived Daoea who osspefted ..dit One iho.is.inj and aighi>ii* e arrived in July MM 1,1 ll .eit. I Nnm loiR \i\st en.. ta m yal imitt iving, James llrathuaiu .. i: -vilolphus benskiii of I Wales Road. Bank Hall an. ..'.uited by the Fell* with the theft of %  • bottle > %  treats from tin I M.ivei i IIIK H ...an 4) Jul) M AJOR IF. RAtVMNS of RoCB I ley ci.rist i hui d in ai I %  hrtei Chun h ai I A bh VCM owned i". U* i i ridden b Murray get i • Hint*, wai J IXKIBIl Mlll.Xg rsj ti..: • it the Qenerel Hospiu. .er UM neek-end for Injurtee, the Police were infetmed ihn..illar %  ttempetd to board a 1ni ong rfnehuflti Btnm erluja ipped end fell lie ia: I Michael. \ mi vt i B, wned by Gordon lull ul N i (leorice. w .i imashed in >" oi Ideal esonsj laltei Road B eanje, ovei Hv invomd In ie motor van M-L'I IT. of Ivj Land, si Michael and driven bj iderlva] Weefctei of *T< Sti Ti: Knights Drug Stores 0m0llis #00* Hour BY JOHN WHITE THESE TWO PICTURES of th Princ"Allco PUytng Field flttrnrtlve Uic R*f Grounds looked before Uiey officially becnn %  they look today 'how Ul value plsylng field' of Trees In a Bottom plrtun icture shows how ml looking almost htch will enhance Ihe beauty the Park St. James* Branch The SI James's Branch of the Civic Circle continues Its good v rk A band Concert was gi\. ., %  :h. ^rounds of the Holetownl Monutnent \*s\ month, wfa well attended The Branch ln-| tends to give con I %  nd to provide seatinH nccomniodation for those who Pttond. It hopes to extend Ud beautify the Monument gro-ndf In the not distant future St. Petar'l Branch Rector Is Vestry Chairman Rovd. *; L C. Mandeville. new ly appointed Rector of St. Michael, presided over u meeting of the Vestry of St Michael for Ihe BM I i reeterday Ha waa welcomed by Mr. BrUOt Wcathcrhead. Churchwarden, who maalflng on behalf of the Vestry said that Uu y were very happy to have him M their Chairman. Mr. E. D Mottlcy supported Mr Weatherhead's remarks. He bold the Dean that he was Oiling a place that had been filled by many distingui*hed men in the past. Civic duty to the community was so allied with Christian .mil spiritual duty, said Mr. Mottlcy. that It was difficult to se. them. The Bi'hop of Barbados hud shown that by his valuable contri button to civic life, and they wen all convinced of the necessity for spiritual guidance of those who were members of civic bodies He would find that meetings of the \Y 'iy of St Michael were not always calm, but he would also tind that when the meeting waa ended member, leparated with feeling of animosity against each other. He hoped that he (M Mottley) would be long spared to continue to give service under h guidance, and thnt he (the Dean) would also be long spared to give that guidance, and Unit they would have an opportunity of wek ng him in an even higher mnera m his calling. Thanks The Dcrtn said thanks for tho welcome that had been given him 11 was ,i piiviU'ue to preside over such a body he gald Than were two main duties that he would have 10 perform The first was to give each member who spoke time to make his points, and tho %  econd was to see that n speaker did not waste the time of the Vestrv It was not always easy to reconcile those two duties, but he thought he would be able to do so with the co-operation of members He would do his best to perform his duties Impartially, and he was tened by ihe reception that had been given to him VESTRY DISCUSSES WORK ON PRINCESS ALICE PLAYING FIELD Caatsi IVllITi: M'Bl'CK BROGUES with l^alhrr Sole* ig> til. 14 per Pair Cret* $> 12.811 per Pair BROWN MAM BROGUES wilh Lralhrr Salt u 8.W per Pair Crepe @ U.SU per Pair SEVERAL OTHER STYLES in Blmk und Brown from $7.68 to 9.16 per Pair I niw sflt'ctiim at **#•'** Sinn's IN BOTH BLACK AND BROWN FROM $14' 60 TO $17 9 0 HARRISON'S BROAD ST. Question No. head W purchased wall when .til th Mr. Tu lot replied Bom put br) Mi i. "Whj lo rebuild the %  tonai wcrv on I..E.L.R.A. APPEAL The .o.luwlns donation In, been rerelved b> Ihe I il.tui %  ml Mill be loi II.I. il in in. Hi n .n i mp it i in.,,, Krlief AoKoeUliuii. Mr \ I: Hell SI. JmiiPn S3.ee ran not rood flai re> %  uildliiK The Motion Itel ( the awttor pasaed the end <>f a lengthy discus.'ion STRONG DISAPPROVAL of the manner in whlcl M II A. Tudur. Churchwarden uf St. Michael, carried oul in Queen's Park and at the Princess Alice Playing Field was placed on record by the Vestry of that parti* at a meeting yesterday. A three-point motion covering the ""%  ><* follow*:— matter was made by Mr. Fred Goddard and aecondi Mr. E. I). Mottley. The Vestry supported the molio mously. Yesterday's mce'ing was the :hird in a series of meetings called 7. Question No I set oul that to discuss with Mr. Tudor such the Vestry provided th.sum ol matters as unsatisfactory vouchtilt00 for areeUnfl three addicts, removal of hut* from Seawcll tionai water eloatf and work done in Queen's Park Park during his term of office. At the meeting held on Monday last %  i.irotignoui in* uay of I tie only actll S omeone T s week Mr Tudor answered In writing questions asked by Mr. ilruce Weather head. present Churchwarden, relative to work at the Playing Field. Yesterday's meeting was devoted to considering Mr Tudors replies relative to work at Queen's Park Mr. Tudor did not attend Ihe meeting But his list of replies was before members. Only two quactloni and the answers to them were considered The other questions were considered not of vital importance. At the end of last week's meeting a Committee wan appointed to iirepare a report to the Government, since it was with Oovernment funds that the Play Field was prepared and they haii sent to the Vestry asking thnt an inquiry be made Only Vestry Concerned The Queen's Park matter conearned the Vestry alone, and for that reason they made their motion ti Vestry assembled rather than ppointlng a Committee to make a report The two questions and the replies to them which were dealt with yesterday were Nos. 1 and i I < The Ve-.li' | : record tu< strong disapproval of VI Church%  nil %  Mr II A Tudor, in n pec of the method <>f eonstrur Utce Play. inn Kit Id, and the manner in which the scheme for the install" " mg <.( %  ddUUonal lolli I u Queen 1 i Bnano d tii>*ic nun From the oxpenditui u| %  %  Phil inltted to the Queen's Park ro.i i ectorj mittee at the prcparntnm .( MM V9n oy nlm to queMstsni estimates thU year it m -""i "' that the sum of 1910.00 had been neneral mannei in whit* the spent under that Mead I (Mr Weatherheadi have been reh.ii.lv was CO hirm,! the year Informed that tinGoverning II II Rody of Combermere School paid (2l Thai all Hi a sum of money for tiniMhulBmei ' IrcularlNd ertlll H i %  %  tn .ii of the W.C > and the sun ol u eertll li of vooeheri llto no for painting In Ids the (>) Phal IU vouchei bultdini which their boss hsj f Dti Idti used bisl yeai i pe >ed tbt Bulldlm BuperlnWill you plea %  ,din'' i %  that 1he work Tn this Mr Tudor r-, been proper!) carried nut %  azing and fowll ttl -ii ihe neid anu deaarted, TtM i.UiiiiMiien were having lundl I nl< I n.bbei hose, which was (tea i %  nvei the Bald, i %  i %  taring the a kei pitch owing tn the recent rains long itras* has grown on the outfk i. ( ind everywhere green esustiM ; I ihe MUUl <-ri,( whm .> ran '' nuuarins tree itubi are drytni upi These casuarlni stubs are nikl. n> i i VTORIVU'K l>r.l K.AIt.lt I I by 28 run. when then fJ.C L nekei nxtuii ended last Batur* I v NDrwlch %  %  d Todds 02 ami .13 For Norwiek. Jl (ill), one of the ci enlng hats, scored li.'t | filings In Todds His* Inning i Parns rn.ih:tl Overpriced Pear FINED £7 FIFTYYEAR-OLD hawkifi 1'eisilla Payne better-known M Helen Murphy of Rosk Hall. St Thomas yesterday pleaded gulf.) f selling a ,*-.ir abo\ r e th: schedule price to B. Crawford on September 4. Hla Worship Mr. H. A Talma Ignored Din'ctions: Fined .Wftft(NVVVtV\fV. AGMSi /^ STOCK ... PURINA CHOWS ANIMALS & IIHUH) A WIN WITH SPA1DIMG EASE THROA IRRITATION i*& fS&j OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT S A I D I N C ITO'i I H. Jai CLAIMED £1 /8s 6d. GOT /s. Id. Ii i> with great pleasure that Magistrate of rj,.t r ict "A" Police Uie Circle announces the forma-, stutt-.i. before whom tile ease ,i Branch In St. Peter. | WJ8 heard Imposed a fine of £2 to v ith the immediate object of. be paid in 14 days or in default nipervi'ing and beautifying the ,..,,. month's Impi larden Of lha SpeiKht-.town POStl The witness for the prosecuti Office • Constable Sergeant said !" r ? '"<'• Pohce M.i There is a greai amouni lit 1010 gj gf_^J wSSSZL, vork to be done In each Parish iim he was petrolling James g !" fi !" ?* 1 JL^STtTuT' h0pe ; TiSn\S!" w SS Kawford! a He Snf S ined'f.'las d Branch will soon be formed in man named Crawford He wem rrom Rr( . f Christ Church to reclaim and im-jwith him to Persil'a Payne who lsnd fflr hcr jn j [he old churchyard in the: had charged Crawford 10 cents Sf,.,.,^ P peslcd against Dover area. This is the oldest: for a pear Crawford said that he NurM B decislwi, and %  churchyard in the Island. gave her a sixpence and receiv.-l j u d fc s J W. Ii The Circle wishes to Blr sa, the u tx-nny f.r eh-nge The Police A Vaugh"n of the Assistant Court pe of co-operation and' said that the price for a pear of I of Appeal confirmed Mr Nurse' g> On Fsse • 'that sire was eight cents. decision. •VsrVWyVWWVkrV IT/\\r^\ ^ ; DISTRIBUTORS. Joosi a Co, Ud Their Honours Court of Appeal ill A V terday confirmed a decision of Mr H. A Talrru. Police Magistrate! and fined Wilfred Cordeau of Hastr I. Elond %  Cordeau was found guilty o. mnorlng the trarflc directions of the police constable who was on duty in Trafalgar Square on Juno %  4. lie was driving the car M 43n a', the time of the offen'-e importENJOY THIS VARIETY ;; HORLH K ^ MAI.1 n • : %  ,. :i• . HEINZ SAI X HKr. ;• MOI •; I SILVER SHI I I M or WIIV \T per pkfe ... • '..VII I.A I, OH CAKI MIX DM pal SALTED I SWIFTS POTTED VI VI I m BARLEY SUGAR STICKS ST.l.XSFtCt.H. S10TTA #".. I.TU .v^v^i £xJtha Sp&ciak 3>oh yawt (Dininq (Room r ^V ^H. setHggMggaagaggggg' LACE TABLE ....each $8.93 CLOTHS 66" x 86" LACE CLOTHS 50" x 50" each $4.23 DAMASCLENE in white, gieen, maize 50" wide per yd_ $1.77 COTTON TABLE DAMASK 54" wide per yd.. $2.18 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5. !*• HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY MOW TUB T MS —5 9TZ 5EDtO C ON OKTfft %  ^VESANP TWC NaSMT .,..-'-.. I """ N "*" ~f s *'"i* N0J Of ALLIT WAS >ou \ *i > yp THE ** pwoposfr w i>br-~ PMPO*NG DAPL-NG--% •'II •& -^ajjurl NOT I r^>>£^avl> %  ••*>€•* ON CM MO | LET*s NOT % % %  TMM AQGUMeMT AGAIN THE LONE RANGER 2AV BY FRANK STRIKER 9L I A.WNON . THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS : •**.* TMffMi.. I >_ if MWI, r" tic S! MI TMT UTTLf ^ fU$HIC§\ .C'.'"1 '"• Or itlAMOS *'_// MfANf VOl/'Wff BEII INOO* THIS \ 0IV>fHLL NI3MTI VOU O"0VTNi THAT a tmmct iii DONT UMOCMtTAND /THAT) BAV >N)|HH HOA I"' (QVMf "HI y[ TUf COUNT HiAfD M( WTO lt THM. ,-* \ QUICKLY TO %  WFUfNT --^ aiC"GiO mAiNO MI. Hi GOT Mf TO CMTtt Ml ^ALCO *Mf Nf | tVAt TO %  vf MAD API UHWOMTUMATt MeewiHi an Tff *-AT DAW. BUT -Ml, DlON-T QKiTI SUCCflD. rug COUNT oofs f NOT .-,„-. %  MC T0| > %  "("FF-( IN FjMM BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS .AWStJP-rwfl* .-.HAT TKAT MVBNTrv/B • r (, MAWH DOW1-JpaW TWB HCUSS AM' *L_ C^O TWH PHOPSBTT-yCO LUCE "D *KK>. WHAT M4?* T." %  %  ; -O *4VNT I %  NO" LCC AT THAT KX1' TM' 'u no in lr*l. iVanw ihr kin ihdWyMf ofJhl Mad i*lr makr-iip h dHifriirful I'ond 1 CoU < rnni I'lirn "rinN-" :h NMV CMd ( n '.mi iii i VIM i [iiii.illV. rilr^-* Jlnrw Inlhemorninn. brfun|>UIIIIH| on NMI niakr-up. HHK-I'II in a ihin rtlm of Pond'* Vanishing < i*m. [i inak'^ M HIPA) powdrf nav hrraitM* it holch %  HI fnr hour*. Il proTrri* the *kin. ton. IV HoodS hrautv rarr rrulariv and in a *hon while ym will DOtirr thai vour tkin i* rleatrt. *ofin*, imnoihet. Ii will idow with TT* radianrr. new lnvrlinm. Pond'* ( rnim arc in^xpemiw lo buy, yd thry *f \v#. (• 0W of (* w. %  MMvMMMli.lliiM'/Wi. "RBMRlAWil rt^r^ Cf^NPit 4in^liAfff# lint* rVHl t t M C f^i^ t .-V. *fr. l'*r*.Vf. 7f Wtvt Ifc* l*M frA-u •iptiall* ro/l aW nMOMA an* (/*T — fciwp i Bf %  n "iiWi flow a< *pbrry tllbTlnii Cuidrii Glory J*ln Apple '1 Ttnn AJC Aprtcoi 'II 1t> Tim' IKUIT Apwrta Wi.rd Apl POND'S I XL' rtw*i PI CIlnaMOci :l.l %  Uli-UKB" Sw*M Com I'. rbTi BAHAMA Wlioir TonuMo^ Clwtart crroi> Ctilvt*. ltort. *mi-v' Muni Vrgvunir' | INCK&Co., Ltd. [I 8 and u Roebuck Streel Dial 2230 ViVrV/rV>V// ( A'//-*'/.' CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleans* th system from bloc-i Impurities ; many sufferers froin rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit froin this well-known medicine l LIQUID 9$ TABLET FOftM ^v*u 0UIUI1Y MIKII WALPAMHR HIUTf 4 .P.MUSSON.SONCCOLIC BARBADOS Your Backache may be due to sluggish Kidney Action which ortiCTwiie i TIPS IS NOT to good wbao r*u are troubled with backache, rheumatic paiaa, aciff, acbiof OToaclea and joint*, lumbago or common urinary diiordcr* due to dujaiah Udsty action. way pat op with pain and dia'"mfbrt when you might get happy relief by takina Doan'* Backache Ktoncy 1'ilN. They iiimulatc and i kidocyt and ao help them to rid add and other iotpuntiei BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTCM BY LEE FALK & RAY M00RES WHAT &BE TOO I iilimtuaV) TW) P0IN6-J HEM IN THE BAt>LN3S''J E=f I WEaCKUMiaKV Tvuk SNIPES? Bvouesuifes— o H:PTHEM TH3SE CAN-.IBHS U OUT Of TML K-'tita-VK ^fc_JUNSLE< OS -• *iir WHY atou? voj^c-uro-TII wAmrc OJK,-. I wwuf **a SL wp • *K ? ir might collect in thr ayilem and Doan 1 Pill* barc helped thooaanda ; let them help you. HALF A CBSpjRY a/ mcam M ii fin aaailmenti dut to wa d aaaa rt JUatani action, m thm proud rtcord of Doom's Pnm. Orauftd mtn ami nomm of all aga KM ami rooo mi mm d thu efficuml Jturrru and unwary mm mp nc to ikrir JriomM and nnfhbourt. sr-^ noANc t EXPECTANT MOTHERS/ Make baby a at o a g aa bo aaa ba an I m p o rtant labara I I \* "*'*' •.-*'*'*•*.',',fortaMi on aanuint iwdr nau. •utBionMl in 1*1. mllnni f-.m !, %  ,... AroaailulH Own 10 cubk N FOR JLAOMES: MEXICANS: FOR EVEKY DAY WEAR Black 55.25; White M-95: Brown Si.oo SPORTIES in Brown, Flat Heels with Leather Sole S5.20, with Crep* Sole SS.sa NEW DESIGNS IN DBESS SHOES ill j. k -U.-.1, Curl: Saakt Skhi Pl.Uorm M.W 11 I'll, Buck Court. Filiform. Bwk and Torina $8.45 FOR SAFE SEA BATHING FOR CHILDREN %  UBBEK SWIMMING DINGS WINGS @ S1.3I 03OLSELEY m SSI OF CHIUCMI FORT HOVAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diilributor. Pboae 4504 : ; SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD. RELIABLE SHOE REPAIR SERVICE



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ii BSDAT IDTIHB 3, ltM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE lEVgN CLASSIFIED ADS. I'llllll WHS \l ( TION Ha.tinar.. j| 4 JO Una BVIIX- Mr. Spternba-r at >n> % .. *l. opp 4i Hall Street A "I of h ou a a ci oM rurruture ronipriaed o( Red i %  -'"> SulK. Double buhlnd with Vono Spring VMS bMM tlir lag T-Ulf Chin* Cabinet. Chair*. 0" II C A Radio and main ..thee HUT* 1 Sale at I SO p m Iwi out fur the tt., C t> IWI'AD%  \amamt %  SI I awrrnre M niah-d Dial Mat, a I 10 "MALI HOUSE. Cool all nation, no (• %  I from Garrleon ,nd Numm Eni-l.ilv Kent (It -V nionlM. Teirohona 2040 ])* tn r • an 1 w,n raSO. i,„ .'. t., Puone Com *-UU*n **• PIUUAV r*.h at 2 p. rn r. a*g BBS VICTORIA STREET 1 rood 3d', i-irtif. Und al UTI % % %  %  vii i AI.F K.i.jir. V eaoria st. to so -at 1'IUIM >OIUIS REAL R8TATI THP i IN MI MOP" 1M M MM M.ti.ii. n. %  Cl-rl load • Gone but M -mi bv those "., 0>i* hi erl.hed kM d ••. "en if meeting again at Mm Marlon A.hn.r*! Win fin] Co. log l.nlhc. OoodtAfl I IGoading P O 8 IN loving M >..-. ,,r our d-ar mother cnd arandnm>h< Mr(lAll* IEVON1M 0 ai-eep^n at wK Such • Kind and Alwayt a. rhrt. Sleep on. dear (li root, Until art mrrl in, Ih* land of t he bleat I"' Scale** famllrr %  Trinidad and Nr. York paper* plea.r | -. M :, \R IMII.KI Ac.mi i %  II H\l. HANK ACT I'l.l Ii "n i i Kalala* >'nlii II Waia.t Nlll'l l-l XNTAMOS t 1.1 TAKE NOTICI lhal I. In* Own*-. loan nf >Jfri under th. %  PI ranocc* of Ihe Aarl.ulluial ..* %  I %  ha. b. ..II. %  I II KM AID* Ml 1*04 I r*4ll.r* h.lOI-i .*.n all In Win Wo mlaa you now. our hiarl. are aor* A. Ilm* goo* U> *• miia >*%i nuaro. r lovini anUI*. your omll* No i i "II I pl Lilian Downit %  hall and rolvln Downi* 'CiUdrfl Eblnt Downlr •Doughtn-.in-laW'. AIUM Marahall 'Son-ln-lawi. Richard. Patrk-H Mauram and Doamond iQfond rhlldrrn. CUrleo Bryan. PI'a Plaid lotatoto [*n*lh Downl* rrli 1" l10 md*|> THtrCKS Mom* 5 ion Truch. w.Ih aulll,.r> K r„ r box. aullabl* for Acid ana hlfh.-v wnrk Port Royal r.,.... Lid Telephone (KM t.V.BO—In VAN-IB horoa powor AuaUn VopTTn pcrforl wurkitic ord*r Apply D V %  totl AC> Whltcparfc Dial M03 Maw f n LIVESTOCK PiippI-. T>raylon. MECHANICAL TVPEWRmtR Portable Typowri P Carmlrha*! Phone 4503 MArKTNtV-!Hncr Ttcadlo n.ri Machine vary little naed B*rffkt|n> tor Dial an; R Archer Me '£ %  : I so MISCELLANEOITS COTTON DRRSRFR Fart Coloura printed Cotton Droaaaa In all *la*a dmena nf Colour, and atylea M R0 to |T SO each Modem Dr>ia ghoppc. It SO—IB. CAMTBA — on* Kodak Tourlat Carnc^ ra roiruilete lth laac and adapter kit T 4 S Lena flpead up to 1/100 opr Tak". 4 rtlffc.ri.t .lie Plrtirr. RniW-f. wr.ATHTSIHEAn IJ.I Head ol Brood Bl 6 9 f CLIP-OVER .SHADES %  For OpHc nia*>ca Crookc. 1^. price S A DRL'CT. WT^\THTRMr-An Ud 5 o.B" Sn FA-VCY DRKiM BUTTONS— Let. of pretty Buttona to rhoo* from Prlc*1 from II to 44 inli per dorei Dm* Snoppo GEN070 TOOTH PASTS — AnllPytynhoetlc Anttaeptlf. Freoh Stotk at BRUCE WEATIDSUIBAD Ud PTDIGRXE LADIES' BATMIKC. SL'tTt In on* and two piece *ty!** W SO and •7 SO MnderDr'n Shoppe I '.'%  l-MJIES' HATS Prellv Ifuti and dw %  Bat* (nr wedding* and Cork lot la from HI* to M each Modem Dre*. Shopp* I • SO 3n OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IN TIIF. ASSISTANT COURT OF APPFA1. 'Equitable luriadlcUoni DIARIES %  illl.ANIMl DORANT "l-mtiff joiiv MILTON WARD Defendant IN punuanoc of an Order j Ihli Court In Ih* abo*. action mad* on the nth day of June. IMO. I give notice to all roim havingany aatale. right or interval In or any Urn or Innunbranco affecting an thai certain piece or parrel of land iHuiit* at Dear-, land Cln'odal* Road in the p-rl-h "f Saint Michael In thla laland containing by admrniuren.irt twCtrl* perch** or thcrcobouU abutfirur and bounding nn landa of LouH Cmlrlngtnn on a road In common on the public road called Clnrdal* Itoag %  r.l on land* of one Applcwhalte d*rr.-i.ed or however rlie Ih* aam* may %  but and bound to hrliiaT belore me an rcoouni of their *Md claim* with thdi nllnaaaci, dorumenla and voucher*, to IT examined by me on any Tueadav. or l.idav between the hour* of 13 (noon. nd 9 o'clock In Hie afternoon, at the (-me* of ihe Clerk of the Avletant ourt of Appeal al Ihe Court lloua*. i:r.datnwn. before the SOth day of F* member. IWO. In order that ouch i 'alma may bo ranked an-or-dlm to the nature ard priority thereof reaprt1'i'lv. iitlwrwlae ruch peraona will b* pii-luded from the benefit of the aald Drcrwo. and be deprived of all claim on or again*! the aald property Claimant a are aleo notified that they mult attend the aald Court on Wednet day. the SOth day of September, at 11 o'clock a n> when their aald claim* win 1ranked. Olven under my hand* thli :*, day of June. IMO I. V. OTKaVI lAg i Clerk of the Aaititant Court of Apn*l. • .f.M -an. OFFICIAL SALE DAHBADOg IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL %  Equitable Jurladlellon i Charle* Orl-(do Dorant. PlalnllfT John Milton Ward. Defendant NOTICE la hereby given that by virtue of an Order of tlr* AeMatant Court of Appeal doted the Mlh day of June. IftSO, mere will be eat up for aele to the hlgheat bidder at the office of the Clerk ^f the A—latant Court of Appeal at the Court lloua*. ffctdgtftowT., between Ihe hour* Ol 13 (noon' and 3 o'clock In the afternoor. on Fridav. Ih* 7>nd day of September. IMO. all that rertaln piece or parcel of land altual* al I"' %  >*nd Clevadal* Road In the pariah of Saint Michael In thla laland containing by admeaeuremanl twenty parch** or thereabout! abutting and hounding on land* of I^HJl* CodrlnaTton on a rood ,ln common on th* public road called Clevertale Road and on !.ii.d of one Applcwhalte deieaanrl or lWvrr e.ae the aame may abut and bound, and If not than cold Iha aaM propcrtv wilt be act up for aal* on e*ery -in-,ceding Friday between the aaroc hour* until that aame la Bold for a aim rot leathan fM Pal-,1 llua Mth day of June. 1M0 1 V ODXES >A*t 1 Clerk of the Aaaurtanl Court Ol Appeal II U WANTED HELP "MAGIKIL. JE1J.Y"—Juat received a freoh ahlpment of "Magtkll Jelly" for Iho Cc-tmctlnn nf AnU, RoaeKe*. Hat. A Mice Price I tube Knight'. 141 S • ao—In (11IIL Reliable glil for Office, capable of aralatlng In bookkeeping Anplv in -Tiling giving cnper.ence and reference. Fort Royal Oarage Ltd P O Box 333 Bridgetown 2 B *' Tn LADY RRCCPTIONTST. — For HoMl Ofi.-e Deak work, apenking Spamari and -ith knowlcdgo of Typi Apply In riling giving experience and reference* i Box M c,o The Advocate i a ao-an Pl-ASTIC RAINCOATS In Fink. MalrBlue and White al M M each Moden Dreaa Shoppe l.t 10—In PIPER — All .hap** and alaoo, Including Ropp Cherry "ipei and the A.'.-r Batilam la F-oih*rw*latht Plo*' In 0 oopular ahapea Prim from 800 —•It 00. KIXXIHn AIJIUMS for 14-Inch and for 11-Inch and carrying ca*ra for 10 Inch rernrda. and w* hav* the record'nA llARVES AC" ITT1 i SO tn SCIENCE FWOKS—Complete e nf hooka for lit vear Diploma Cur* at Imperiil College nf Tropical Agiiciiliiu.A'^ a number of V A VI Form booktej ll.-r-.i Colled*. Phone 4411 Corbln %  BO-5TU*e MENTHOL SAJ.VE for Cold. Cheat and throal alao fir Earocht Headache. Price. 1 "S Ootalrvablc al K.iighfa 5 • SOIADV for nfrlc* Wllh gome knottlrdaT I Stenography and Typewriting AppI* ly 1'iter and In peiaon L M. B Mi i era Co Lid I • SO 1 f IX MISCELLANEOUS CHRYSANTHEMUM Pt-ANTS-C... S'.-np. of Barbed*, and M B>V' I Curacao and Aruba Beat te.ee* paid i.I Carlbba-an Stamp Snrlelv. No 10 Swan Slrect II %  3 WANTED TO BUY IBID PORTAOB aTAMFB. CECIL 1FMMOTT 1'p.Ialr. Phoern. Ptiarniacy. 13 Dmad Slr*t. Phone 4M3. 3 a SO3n YAWL— "Frapida" approx IT'* *>*•. long with Or** Marine *nln*. Good condUlon nor* ba**-m Apn-y 1 R Edward* Phon* 33M HANTIH TO RFNT ROOM-Retired EngUahman. recenil. brrived. dcalrc* room In private liom.-. wl'h or wllhout bieakfaat Pern-.nerd II aatlataftorv location between Itaertrgi n rl Cltv prefe-red o %  giving 'phone number, tn Roy. c o •oca-e Adit* Depi S 0 Sn A(-T NOW Rue I'.arc'K'v \. Dane*' T-,. I ,.., %  d-ie Scjaide, ;:.. %  BxCelHnl Uxallo.,. Near Cll' Ide-i (Gi I M. u**a A ne.ir.vw I Typ.al M.in Rd Thornbiu%  %  h-ne Vew Vac. Feoroom Stonewall Fui.g-V.wa. AVi. r^H-hell* .Se*..^.. ."IT" %  .-dena. Modem O %  i Aman-igit 1^... t Bc.IriOT-i Rural II W". in. if M ii %  ..I r) % % %  -*a. Mcde'r "1 ft Gong for Onlv CI.BM A Br-droom Bungalow Tip.b> llenk Hall Mod. rr, tVm.-i... Condition. SpMloua Yard Only II ISO c Mr foe The M.ot D* harludtn* .ding Site. Heaaadjc and riaewhere Moet-age. Arrangrd Iha llll D F de Ataa-M The 11.-1. Man T. SII Good and AllracUve Hu, 1 nilli A.aureil Re-Sola Vatuea Call .' "Olive Hough.'' Hnaii'utBOlaX people waited all ihclr live* try. lug to aii-t all Ih none to buv a houto an.1 failed. trkU* Olbl arid eventually owmd .1 l..nta] dnt >*o-i follow the crowd th-t lia< rrade a .lari* Y...1 r %  l.x.ng ... lein.At Chapman %  %  ttCM a houar wllh 1 bedrooma. waler-lollet Or bath, etc At Martlndale'a Ko.ul one i.cwH rocondHtoned houae wllh 3 bed-". At the Ivy Road a email ga-Of valor and light. e At Britton . H0.1! I hul run if or table atone-wall Bungalow rilled Hue. I\ fl haa irialidah. drawing A .1 % %  I bedrooma. Waler-l-ilel A bath, etc At Pine Rd another %  m-.ll property HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay %  OO Star. '.Ir. Martha Uetcber. Clothiidr '. ch Fra*u-*> D Smith, Faulik. John Farne Carllon Oilkc. Inci Scl. taaeauoe.. hh Cilkoa, Seh-.u.-* Ai. Prwcea. Louue. Brh. ^urtia* Hive. Muruca Reuben. Robert Turtle Do**. Swh %  J WCT Rooemary Hooertaon. Thelm* Srh Marlon Bolt* foorre Oooege D* Nobiiga. Kenneth Sen UM-ille M t kaaSk. Set*, rear.*. Harbor* Pearv*. Vila Brown Eunarla. Sih Fianniv, i> „ Car lien <, umuerbaiich. ClUrord Payne. Cvcoramj O Srh Gloria 7 V'"* ?"*""• *"* 1 OloaJow. UTBCWIU BS A-oP*a*u. Sag. June., "is Gvir.to ^Va^Ii £---:" ^TT_T~ T."—^ • %  • %  *• Bur..,. Chaiar*. Ruth aytlg till .1.1 •on* N.ael Marrlaon. AllataK Tayku Mow**, M A Moore. C. C. Moore Muore, Richard Craalaay Adaaaa Chailc VIra Lucia a T M lone I->I Trinidad via B M Br-wkhu — 1. 4J*T lona net UougBan. fnmi Liverpool DEPAMTV'REJi rVnooner >h.np H Dnviolaen. C*pl "al. (,., B..-.U. Uui. b*. %  WML %  MJ -I,II* 1 M V *l.-..k J '*•• on. for Doenink-a M V ll.en.p.4 -4 tn. 1 Hriben Ships In I ouch With .larbadoa CoRttsi Station '1 ..•I*,. D'Arv.^ A PERSONAL CENT WI! MAMS > 0 fO-J ublic are hereby warned againrt credit to m> -He AMY NEHnee Arthur, aa I do no! hold reaponalble (or her or anyone iilracllng m.< ilH>i ic unlcn by a wrlllen order Sign. I S* gn 1 *aWraWa e public are hereby Wi ig credit to any peiaon or p-r*—.maovrr In my name aa 1 do hot myaeU reaponalble lor anvone i-on intt any debt or d*bt* In my name aa bv a wrlllen order aigned hr p e Signed ARTHUH CAIJjaVDtat. Klrton. SI Fmilip The public are hereby warned aaalnal vlng .red I 'ci my wife FIETHA THEO IM)HF. IJ\YNF Mlaa Poarl Ala or however elIh* **>m* may abut and bound to bring before me an account of ther laid ilalma wllh their wTaneage a dodBmc.it* 11 nd voucher*, to be examined h. me OB -nv Tueiday. or Friday between Ihe hrur. of IS .noon, and 3 o'clock in Ihe enernoon. at Iho Office of the Clerk nf t,e Aaalatant Court of Appeal al the Court Houae. Bridgetown, ha-forr the ath dav of September. IBM. in order that .0 Ihe nature and pti'iritv thereof r.aiwtl.ely. olherwlar *uch person, will he precluded from Ihe beneAt ol the *aM Deere*, and b* deprlwd of all claim on ne againat th* aald property Clalmanta arc alao notified that the* mi at attend Ih* aald Court on Wedi.r.dav. the Bth day of November. HkW a' 10 o'clock a m when Ihelr .aid claim, will be miked (i"'" under my hand. Ihla 30th d of Annual IfM 1 V GILKES. An Clerk of the Aaalatant Court of Appeal • •'SO—Jn rbartoa Coaal Slat km %  plain John s 1 Han Adoll.i •S Mullah. a v 1 .. .,. ( S Aloedaa. S S HemPel •II ,..I-eih. as a r I..IS S Boa*.g}| t.,,y Dv.i**n.-. %  s S'LIIVI. ... % ,, -1 s k-oa Runner, s S Arlyn. S S Uuadnga V V Nucvf, Andulucu S S Opequ."., S S Silver Plane. S S Jean. S *<" O Ol M OSIO, •* S SBBIOOOlll. S S o. nte Dutra. S R Sunrell. 9 5 S S Moim.Kpeiin. SB P and T rnrealer. S S Atnertkl. S S Held*!. SS Olf p-i'l. S a Canad>an Chall.-nger. S S longwood. S.S Howhill 1 : -— Mybil Do.v,y John Doi-*>. L*al>i.-.. Edga. Cartel. Edith Carter. ^ Muriel Sholto. Ruth Paawel Ruthlvn Pea "Z l* 1 LoU 2 Mothlat. Vtola Roraham. R Bf* haeaut, R Hockua. Edgar Hmai-. Keith HaUMol. Michael Hall. Paul in* Hall C-Pl, Anlhory Hall. Marian •Headman Ruth '• unl Edith Chandler. John Chandler Adcae Doyle. Conmd Blake. Kita Chin I iou> "arung. Konald Chuwheung. Chart** All.a riao. Kdlth Nil*.. Clartne Nlaaa. Harold uian 1 oil>m. Ucrald Clarke. Relha Ohuttr Irltiah ''.**"' * uU c ul *nuhX David BhulU. Inaderick Waith, Marian W.lthe. C-a-.i rtoK !* W *V' 1 PoHtcllB Aajulauin. Myra aStowi. H"" %  H'J^ ,UW ^ '• * %  PaMwao. „ ,^a_ r.J "IIT!-.!! C.IHANA Lewi.. Frederick Caac, Allan %  eeny: l>aul smith. (lUdy. ..,., .,,.„„. Maniaiet White. Vaulei ' ""• **•*> *' %  • %  Kalhleen Wright Janet Wnahl. Joaephlne Ho.Yow Nig*. n Moore, l.aav Yhip. Da. rtjra Yhip. Mary Yhip. Coleatlne Comach %  laoa, Herbert Crouchrr I... I.A lil-IAHA I P0 Maria Hoir-r., Fidel Ear •iro. Olla Bar. ta. Creamer. Carlo* **£" %  S?*"** •'"••"er. Carlo* Creoaner. r-lave fl-oraMarv Oeorpe. Chrutu BOrfja Mala QaWrgO, K-ren (lei-ige P*t % %  vt.-t ,.., *„ %  -, ||.,„ I UOone. Vohnua B.x|aa. Arm. I>II* 001) a a. tawella Parr* Ooni-1.1 I'-rrl'ei...,l, llettedu*. Pamela l_... Randall iW 1,ream. Bo. J— I'.hanelB. Mntra t rbaneia. Mai-a Dobaun. Silvia Dobaou I. Han Dobaun Francu. Moran. Lo4a '.•.ran. Stephen Moranv Philip Moron la.nl Muian John Famum. Willuan 4/hlfe Florem-r White. Junior. White fandi llaiier-.cn. Thor Halvemern. Erik U alia to jaxB. tllaf Halvenaen, Olg* Oad rtu. Wtlbau-t Witaon. Maud* Derienll. Pamela nUath. Jiadi Bu.h John lee Ma. 4 .t Donnellv Allied.. MlllBOalOl Alfrr '. Hollander rit.Ha Holland.-.. Marlh* lent. Hani Bern. Marianne Ren, Man* luna. Itaiilio Ijina. Flank Kai-c. ReaIraoa Kaiarr. Herman Kaiaer. Nellv Kai<*r Antiguan Rtrfomei W .nit Food. Clothrs • IraBBffJB 1 from ih.baWtOH oil "I U linulnl by Uaniacr -11.I IOM nbo .1 ny thes.Po. hiive not been sparr-d LB I HodgMM Bay. a tvmldeailiMl an a w'ht'rr ihf well-nlT tiovr twugnt 11 of Uli' bUEdJ 1lov.-* Imvei been damaflfM Mai\>roofs havr hren blown clem %  • baltfnil 111 Also in thi* area, wuhni PJ (JitAtlantic is Ihe popular Can.idian-built beach hotel wfe a gevere beatinR anrl Ii damaiir expected to run 11.tn ovtl $5,000 Even BO what 1 potn hlf of the pututf I fit huiatlrj^Saturda) ^i % %  >! pi l*d in the p.itt* I hav l.a.i mi %  Me tn visit toda> —ir.p.) ANTlOUA Donald rlanton. J-.hn Sh...il Jnan D*l< _D.I>._ Seih at,,,-. BotWrl Mark* Penrheoa I .-, I %  1. ,., •' %  .'-> SEAWELL B.W.I.A.U Mar,. Jamadar. Alexander JainoaVar. Dully Jemadar Joan Waaon BerM la.h k-v. Doroth> llanfleld. Heathei Ranfleld . erton, He.n „me llickerton. Adrian Hlckert.m Glady. MM-kertmi, '..mellickerton. Leonard Fernandinc H>.a Fernandine. Patricia Aqulum. M.na Prown. Bruce (luddard. Charlea (ioddard. I.la C..-I.larrt. D-vId C.ddard Clarence BearaaM Hand GiX.a .ma-let larnnla Merlin. Ik.ll> Sampalh. 1 wi.ira.-k Sampoth. Marlon Franwlon iaiaarrl Rurhe Mai. 11,,-. i.e..,' %  ilchlnaon Doa Marklr k| rthur M.. • 1. Clan IV Yeileu-i I in. %  M %  ". Erki 1 %  %  o Hubeil It..., ,fi,.. raheppart .linen lanchr H... LaroH I lehn Brand MAIL NOTICES ,.w S.niiSuigd lona 'IriBh. Maxine Small Tim..".. S.n.h *"iaaTM atingh Thomaa mpfXrm I % %  IMwurl Whartnn Kathleen llollla. LOST A I tll-XII H'yh Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women far (ro.i. High Un.-i 1'i.a.ure, *hl. Ii I* a mi.t-iloudla-aalhal alaila about Ihe time ol ihange of Ufe and s GAS CuUNCD. See.1 Hot r.ir nn 1,in. %  %  raaraoi ,., -,.... ....,.' .. ......it u... Sere* at. r.v. „f tnewe 1 rti i %  " hie I s'aiavrwm*. Bay I I.VI -..: I ibly rewarded on brmaing HarUtn at Farley Hill 3 B SO an lilac k gold WTlat mm..!, j: V n extenalon .trap Bundav night in HI Pnuia Church (iap. F.nder rewarded on returning aaina bcrkan, si Paul*. Vicaran Rev Pern lop and laa.-k of h ited. f-a ...fir. of 1 iM pal pi I d • ride If 1 1170. cm*, dun I delay trealmenl a -ingle day. be.auae your Ufa mat be in danger Neace .formerly known aHu .11 a mw 'i.edli-al dla. ,.ie.> re.lu.e* High III vd Preaawte with Hie hr-l d.aae. I.Ik. a heavy load off Ihe heart, and m.k.-a (let Nina Iron",...,, herni-( iiay il la guaranteed t > make y.... (eel in anal atroruf or navney baah. GOVERNMENT NOTICE SUGAR CANE CENSUS ACT. 1937-31 Planters are reminded that, under the Sugar Cane Census Act. 1937-31 every cultivator of more than 10 acres of land Is required, during, the month of September to make u return to the Director of Agriculture of the acreage of sugar cane h I experts to reap during the ensuing crop. 2. The necessary form of return may le obUiineU on application lo the Department of Agriculture. 5,1*.SO— Jn. SHIPPING NOTICES Mi. Mil \\ AUSTRALIA NEW /I i LAND LINF. UNITED M \ W. LINgl S B "PORT WELLINGTON" aolla .lodaton* Augual Uth. Brlaban* AugA.it Brat, Sydney Auguat J"ih. aiming al 'j(ilember FHh B B -GLOUCEOBTEH'' aaila Freenianlle Augual Jin. Adelaide Septet.Mnrr I Ith, iporl Bepternber 1Mb. Mell-iuine Septamber 33rd. Sydney jtrth September. October 4th. arriving el Bar' ..Ik. a No win be r m pi* j.x Hied, hard l.o/.n. nd gen. %  .ngo accepted on through bill* of ii a with tr...iahlpment al Trinidad I :ii>ibadf.a. Brillah Oulaiia. Windward d Leeward lalanda. ror further parllrulaia apple, ICIINESS WITHY ft CO LTD Trinidad. BW.L and DA COSTA A CO. LTD. Barbodoa. B.W.I. accept Caigo and Paaarnarra for St Lucia. SI. Vlnconl. Grenada. -ailing Wedneadav. Blh Seplef.ibrr The M.V. %  •Carlbbee" will accept Cargo and Pa—enaeia foe Dominica. Antigua M.iulaerrat. SI Kltta B W.l. Schooner Owners Aaaodallon Inc CoBMlfBoe; Dial: '047 W Mcocu ShuwuhipCo. 9KC. "IIW OBLIAIdB lll.kl %  orACT. MO. B-BM SMART HOME FURNISHERS laawTU BUYING NOW M .ml IIIJNPWFD MAIIIKi oiher Bed.i.a.i,..r>. %  Dft • Dining. Luncheon. Radio and Morn. Table* In many alien rhlna and KiMien Cal i m larder, and Waaaona M up Drawing Hnom Charm in BaaB ag and arparal* piece* in Benjfcr* wllh cane al aide., back and aeal, ill... m Mf.rrt.. T nl Hu.li. Moril. Cuahlnna. t* Vi up singi. A Double headed Conch— Framer! and Cheial Mirror* up to M a It all at Money Saving Prices L. S. Wilson ATTRACTIVE WASTRM88B3 wutad iviUi |Tjod r-ttti i|i,il> in |H-ts*iii to No, i M.ulwll Street or to Mr Mi mi inJones, Globe Theatre, between the hours Of !l a.m. and .' p.m. daily. in tu MM it THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM we deliver by Motor Von Corner ul Iho.id and Tudor Streeti ^V.W.V/V/V.'.',V.'.V.W'/' NOTICE ^ w, bag] to ruittfj ..nr ij ClB i"--i %  i. •! Lh4 tli i.i i-il S Public that iwill I*t li-e-l A for llotklaya from Mfldtday, 9 4th Si'|iteiiinLi. n %  Bar September liefer.me If lr .,. l!\i:ii\l)0S lil.H IKK SUPPLY (iORPOBATION LTD. NOTICE Naaae of am* S S "AI.CIIA 1-U^.JtIM B S. AlaCOA PARTNrR" CANatllAN | %  aab*al %  .,.. %  Bsf Septeinltvr Bth. i louon ucf Nee Nonrt Wal-T II UBSta*, Of St Ch of I 'i Bpecl Of pienuar. in Top floor Ol wall ana) galvanired building at corner nf Wharf and Shepherd Street. Brldavlown. for pcrmlatlon to UM I .1 r..ll,.-ll l^ert.iaeill Top and parl of bottom floor of a wall A salvanlaed building at Wharf and Mirphard Street. Brldawtown .3nd nn of SejiteirJier IPV) TO H A Talma Ens Police Magiatrata. Dial A Signed W B MUBTOR Al". %  %  • N B -Th.*[|ili.atioii will bar ci.naldered al ., at Police court. LHatrlct -A". on Tuea';."' .'t 1 *.'*" 1 a y * *f*"ae>r IBOO at II • POHC* MagUt.a' H A WANTED ASSISTANT IAIN MANAOIK. It T. \. Application, arc invited lor Ihe poat of t-.unl Maruacar for th* College Fagej of aaa acre*. Applaranla muat b* of g—I %  I %  %  | % %  rtgr BBBlBTll an al Ba.ic aalary in t Manager.... II..ft-. •-acale *400 14i variable Coat of Which la al preaent %  ..:. % %  a i-, i .1 %  %  %  %  lutorv Superannuation auheme alter two veara probation Co.t of ptaaoaa to Trinidad may be paid on appointment Intereat free loan (or BtaTchaae of furniture njy be granted under certain cvndillon* 30 Working daya leave with pai everv year Application pvir.g ( %  ill detail, or age. education. qi.alllVa nona and eaiperiei..*. and atatlnd rarlle.t d-te on uhlch available t,aether •.'' t-opiea ol two ill recent tratirnonialeaaauM be ami tu the Buraar tniperial Colleae of Tropical Agriculture. K< Auajuatln*. Trinidad. B W I (••ed-ln OFFICIAL SALE HAKJIADOB Dl Tltr ASSISTANT COL"RT OF AI'I'IM. Plaintiff I'FABI. Alii Defendant hereb. given that by VtrlU. ,.l an Ord'r of the Aaaiaiani Court Oi \tipeal dated tltO 30lh day of Augual 'noo Uie.c will be aet up for aalc I. ine hlgheat bidder al Ihe Office nf tin rierk of the A-i-fant Curl ol Appea Court Houae. Bridgetown brl-'ei hour of lenth in th* afternoon on Pliata day Of Novenaber. ie all plaro nr panel ,,( kind artuole at Upper Coilymare Rock in tn* pariah of Babil Miehael In IhiI.1-..J raMUInrrag BO ad' ineaauremenl thirty-two > • aquare f**t Or thcreahoul.iMUt,.., ,„KI bounding on l,„l. of on. ..PI land* uf II Proverb, nr the pubtlc mad on landa o* Mlaa M C I I Ala < I Ihe may abut and bound, and -old Ihe raid property will be -t g| (oi tale on every aucceedlng Fridn baiwean the aame houra ugtt ta aouf tor a *um not (era ihan El0 M Doled thla 30th day of AugMet. IBM i v onjcEs Ag Clerlt of iho Aaalatanl Court Of Appeal S.0-SO-3n %  "l: llllli.l % %  !. S S ALCOA I'EGAC.t'Oj'* Tbea* **•**!* bare ll.iug ,... SACUENAY TERMINALS SOUTHBOUND 8AILINGS From Montreal, St. John. NH. Ilnlifnx. N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad, Demrraro. B.G. TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH SIAPI.KS KOH YOUH H 1KKHII.I. STAPLF. MAI IIIM-S II V iW It.X. I1LOW lORfHES — at — JOHNSON S HTATIONKRY and IIAKimAHi: As the M.imii.i hirers have derided that repaint to ono of our l n.iiiea can no longer be delayed, the Corapaar baa ta ninaetiurnee had to put train C.rnerjtlng Ret (9SS KW.I out of 11.riniiiavii.il and. owing to tbc reduction of atruidbT Plant avaw vallable aa a result. 0107 flad It DoeoaaarT to abed Inart at i.ii-r %  .Is during the nrit few months. "M. 1 ..i-.iiii. 1 Bf| i-w.,i t ro operate by eierrtsloj; the > % %  1 eiuiiurny In tin une of I.I.-. ir d Hi. parUVnlarly daring Ihe l-nik period between 1; an and B IS p.m. until further i,.,u. ,Mth June. ISM. V. SMITH. ( %  enrral Maoagrr. %  I "Maria D* I .1 .>B* 'B 1 "Wnldmiliaiti Hill S -Bur, Prince Mi ..I A... I Bth Sep* ISU| BagM •Ih Oct a r LANTATIONS LIMITED—AOk*. SflGUENflV TERMINALS A BRIGHTER LONGER LIFE!! BUY--. DURAHFE VI TO II \l I lllll S-WITH EBONITE SEPARATORS COVBTESV t.AIIAI.i; White Park Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391



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lursja. N|lr mbrr i, IH..O BarbaJtoxs Mitrcate Priff: IIVi: (IMS REDS BEGIN DRIVE FOR POHANG Antiguan Refugees Want Food, Clothes By DAVID J. NELSON ANTIOUA, Sept. 2. HUNDREDS HUDDLED together here must be inwardly praising the memory of the famous William Nathaniel Gilbert who arrived in Antigua in 1774 and founded Methodism; for it is in a small Methodist Church erected to his memory that they are able to find refuge from nearby Seatons Village which is among the hardest hit in Thursday night's disastrous hurricane, which levelled the homes (f all classes across these 108 square miles. What I see here is the crowning piece to a story of human suffering, misery and wretchedness which has been slowly unfolding itself to my eyes through out the 90 mile tour of this devastated Caribbean island. In every village visited today, churches* and schuolr bnve been converted into refugee centres But c of these arc in very bad condition, the rools and .v of others having been severely damaged In a storm of such •!(. %  .i bjaa, tiUliuito been unseen in the island. Driving through mud and water and along road*., many of which have been blgCked by fallen trees and tumbled down walls, necessitating frequent stops to clear a pi.:-: %  the car. 1 came upon unforgettable scenes of % %  • destitution. After today the word problem" must have more than academic significance for me and others who have seen some of what thp island offers in humar aUsnarlni People here have had to be transported by irurk loud* lo this little stone church -vi In wooded countryside 12 mil** from % %  Most have lost all their earthly iexcept their still damp %  .-earing i AIIIIS |.\ mi rifriu Red Cross Sends Aid To Antigua Prom .. 0*n Cori***"!'*"!' ANTICitA. Sept t General Fibert Commanding Ofncer of the Antilles Department. Puerto Rico, confronted the Red Cross Society on that Island concerning AntlguiiS recent hurricane devastation, and this morning at a.m. a U.S. Navy plane arrived at Coolidge Field with 4 officials to investigate the island's damages. Mr Cyril Hobson. the Colony's Red Crocs director, took thwm through the stricken ..leas where they made a thorough survey, taking photographs and after consultation with the Admin lraA>i Wayne, returned to Puerto Kico in report condition*. This evening a special charted plane arrived from Trinidad with 2 tons of foodstuffs, clothing and blankets sent by thut island's Red Cross SocieVy. He was received by Mr. A It was received by Mr. Cyril Hobson, and the Asst. Director Mrs. Bob Smith and 2 lorry loads were transported to City depot* Trinidad R.C.S. is sending another plane on Wednesday. The Antigua branch of LB.R.C.S. has been operating in a small way since the hurni The Government assistance III the way o! money and foodstuff* ceases to-day. The R.C.S. take over handling oi foodstuffs and clothing from to-morrow, ami will send 8 officers Into wnes arranged, by the Government. The Government has divided the island into xooes where the officers will undertake a large scale accurate survey of housing replacements. The Social Welfare Officer. Oscar Bird, who has been involved with enquiries regarding the homeless as well as recommendations for food distribution will DOW concentrate on housing construction. At his request Antigua B.C.S. has already relieved th) acute food shortage at WUkies tor 200 people, and for 500 people at Seatons. Sawcoats ran out of food and Society conveyed stuff here. Attention naa been paid to pregnant women, old women and children. The Island Commissioner i. GEORGETOWN Mr. Edwin I Hugh. MS. (Iowa). B.Sc. Horn. (MeQnal Livestock Officer attained to the Department of Agriniilute, British Guiana. ha> M- ured hi* diploma in Dairy HuM< % % %  .'"> "< lei* British Guiana in September la< to do poM graduate woo It *' %  iding University. England Improvised lied. On improvised bods of ohureti benches lie babies, old men and women loo feeble to minister tc their own needs The young cling desperately to mothers crying for food which mothers can only hope will be lintlu uiTuiig from some relief agency. With a vacant look u %  of the babies on their bf mothers enqulrad what hope I brought them and whenr. thej could expect relief. All "Id woman seaU-U bei i old husband tells of hut-. paj iii. with tear-Alii %  ;.' %  >. U .'..'..' .1 bu\ food in the disratl v ll.igc with which to HI Lunger Whiic BODM '.I s t<> • %  i ibi mud from such clothing as horn the ruins of home.-' in communal poll .1 scarce so round Elsewhere the %  ton us tiie .M' BHU ivm.il UaHe I 'I > ir | i,ITering Is evirlence i f tha' IDdomitable spirit which enables then, somehow lo smile and II videnee for their spar**') lives, Muke no mistake about i*.: these people are down, but show nc rsigrw of being out. the) have the will to enquire after Hmilai sufferers in other vlltagM through whieh I am known t'. have passed. And what goc* for of Seaton* holdalso lot thoM of Cedar Grove. Putters. Blfarcard Barnes Hill, Willikie-*. All Saints --aix villager which have lost 300 more homes Philosophic .> Then resolution to gel up dim making the beat oi wlu I woman hei des ntn* tatlon of God lii tlUgatneaa ol arnica a i be thaidtful' 1 Nev.iuu,. 00 people packed like BU IV ii the small church al PotU I sanitary convenient, with In* blind and lame grow wa> between wailing chll without kiiowl.u.. [•,< ocnlng, ciinn >l %  tad lightly When %  ill .,<(• ,,< i .mK rup( ( %  ovarnmcnl bocomts ovcrand one which i inm %  i.i -i dance • on page 7 S. Koreans Beaten Back Dakota Plane Crashes In New York 13 KILLED \ ... Beari I und u ii<<> iti tinvtictkagi til a New e.k i und ill In ci whii i the ?"i i.. ( .ie on board %  %  • no % %  %  kola when it the ill which it hail taken Of, THE LADIES arc playing Polo and they i'i-t befOtl ">')' wain into action. pictured hare yeiteMsy afternoon st Ihe Oari Relief For Antigua AN Al'. %  midad for the people %  by the Mii: i \ntlgiui. II Barbados to help The v H i \ baa Hndli ad ai a racalvlni <•< pot I packets .,, ihey .ltd -t the tune o' n elcan b V M (' A PlnVoluni needed f %  -i soi ling anrl p \ 1 In whlcn .. I to the %  %  I that is leaving on FinLi. next ellnow, will qul 'klj rftnei in ash The Secretan of tinY.M.C.A.. Mr H M Wiili.i .,will l>e K'.ad to naUons and will give a receipt or tall ippaafl for .-ash Is to assist in the expenses im-mred In connection with this rtrst consignment Canary l-lamlnl-uiid For First Time Tue ||Q 1 UJ %  i-l.tridera win. ii Fridav 0 fourteen foot aroack "Dorn ... %  rUli. The Cammlaaaatttf i Pollcai to land but bMk on iKianl hv itkmtfall. In batches of 15 they came ashOIW by the Police launch at Harbour Police penwtion Kiev drank cokes, and ate braM %  nd butter, beef and cake-, wnich %  I them. A cook* was set up in the he II.ub.i u Polio, pier where %  a given b) tne Coca Cola Factcrv aiso iwaltod thetn. Mr rredCioddaid M < P O" huttei Bley Kimh of gave bread and eould liave got oka if inwanted, %  i ca<'. •• %  > %  given .i loaf of i butter aim" t wo rakes A Poii' : bad out %  n. with the hel|. o| ivle" The Coointfsa onei ol i'ollce. CaplaJl 'I' Rev Father i opkins bad Mi Charts I y Kcmirlii Spcncn of UM COCO % %  la Pactmy he'.pitl as much %  %  > could to UM'' i CigftfWtlM (iiven UM llntis: H >ndura I ba i 11 .i'oo cioaj I-...I %  Qecl %  %  i V Scot! K Co I M %  1 %  .i,lv Wll w uch he and Ms rouasunsoB aren i' '-ii "( lie tOOB f on p.;r :i I Wll AMI MlhlS Al I.AVI Labourites Urge End British Rule IIS THE COLONIES i I miii Our London ( i re-|iomlni ) LONDON, Seyl 2 ANXIETIES of certain awUpns of th Labcui l .'vernmentpolU-yinrelatioiit<.ii„ coloni ii rwofaitioiu which it is now revealed an i al the Party's Annual Conference in M.. October ' Belief Fund For Antigua THI Advoeota Co Lid ha donated $50 00 to atari in. .MAcHATh iiirmti CANE RKI.1EF FUND FOB ANTIGUA. Donations (imall oi large) er" "• ; the Advocate Co Ltd. or lo Ihe l~;inudiun Htmk of Comnoroa (Uwi today and belp IIt., help thouiunds of homeless. nalf-Daksd jni hungrv > hildren Any amount, however srnall, will Inaccepted and will I* acknowledged. inipi.-m %  I.K.... lite South Pi i %  , | % %  • %  limn of rolomal cunfcranei \(h,Kuie HiirricuiK' ^,utf, i, ,,,. .,.,,„.,. Party which Miggests .1 con urgi G to rail a conference of rapi % % %  %  -'I I; i % %  ana 1.11 utl pro). Implement fulh In thev, 1 "ptedied eoualttj Paddinaiat, *: the Murgtx V *.frr.ce '.. lake the initudve in rulling to(ethei "an [ntsenaUonal Oonforence t.> tives of the colonial peoples in order to work out oculist colonial policy Part) i" u 1 v. %  nstet . . ton rewlutio I ihe follow iruj rhai the Britbih Ualiour • %  initi.iine to meet th. lOpreaentatlvca ol UM %  tune limit ..Itci tish rule will 0 1. live constltuei 1 rkwnocratlcalb elected on the hii-is ill iniivir ..i| ndiill -uffiage" Lull deploring l 1 ip ifthstd polUs 30,000 Join In Candlelight IVoression Behind Fattma Statue I IRQBTUU N, Si %  Patli 1 %  %  1. i, mil %  month aim neded the ilium I ruck %  the Iral I uuttt ml' hrough Had he 1 %  . Ail slot othen %  %  %  Catbcdnl Opened All Nifhl %  . ill nlfhl with M.I %  1 to -' m with crowd pout Ing in ami out ill Ihe lie,I < %  ', Mi* %  Gale Kills 250 In Japan 250,000 HOMELESS lUiiVl) Sept ., Typhoon -Jane" killen 250 people in V\ • made more than 240.000 people homeless Figurey relaasad tonav, by the National Ituml PoUffO Headquarterwere still incom-, plete but they I nd tea lad ttw extant Of the damage anil the 1 Caused by 'Jane" the worst gale ti hit Wester,, Japan In 16 yean. The densely populated Osaka. ,* aa) whan bottdv-HiusMn were driving homo Renter. Pope Pius Condemns Cinemas VATlt AN I IV Sept 4 pi pg I'IU xii 1 I'HUIt F'.neil U ; I %  I I III %  I;l luRi rind da> ui" iiihle n, %  11 pt. Internally u> I run. I .< %  %  lion of tinworking ^,.iiii 1 tlu same ay that win Iher classes ol nsodcrn hurnanlts ih< P auon "t bioodlei itual and I Ihe vii %  %  %  1 'u-ii.,\ T'e Po| Bru ., 1 %  the Silv. r Juhilei I'oi.-jiess of the Worker —llewter. The Slid ne 1 lay nlgnl 1 1 %  %  poati %  Prom .. .1 h, .... ..I 1v)ng in %  : ll i.V.l'i 1 ipoaal krouant othars lonw and Inilroo Iptlapu %  ,nd nui" %  ..-. rnmeni I %  %  %  %  %  nieei U> ll %  -.. % %  I reai of rai %  I'ilol KCSCIHMI By llelico|ler %  t> 1 IONI L ill n-os %  ..11 \. 1 %  %  n.aii's-he mUluU %  I %  I %  rebel I R tO the ... iii ,.I then, thai Ilk Keater Trade Union Leaders Denounce Communism Sl DATS AT SEA sad a fw more In Oarlule Bay Jtj yastardsy and Icecold cokas. before the Joy of landing si ths Harbour Pallet 11. Konmr BROWN > DRIOHTON British and Ai %  Union le %  nunism and the Soviet pol the Annuii Confctani i 1 •' f't Italn's pan open here today. Alex Rose. Trade Union Lead %  %  irom tha Amei 1 f-abour evoked derisive comments from a mlnorlt: '-f thi di President Herbert Bullock, intervened to appeal for "fa 1 a man in ihe Palace Gal I i t task for the movement was 10 I wade off and can labour would not di to "help • ... strategu !heir vfe) Ann 1 lean uixiui 1 %  • am of i" %  %  ol war Slave -Labour (argi>e<. whal the 1 %  %  1 'I., concei 1 that m K,r %  fOURhl t.l r %  an) illts to handle iti** avked. "can you imagine %  %  Rot" said lhat America %  materials essential to United ST..' Htarv offensive against The American !' %  / the Democratic world Labour ha made foreign relaUon. %  la t will not % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  an attempt to lull to |I %  —Reuter By JULIAN KATbs. TOKV0, d (J0MMUNI3T FORCES pushing down through open country were tonight ai.nost within gun range of Kyongju, the most important rail and road junction in General Mar Arthur v. boar.hhead. They ws*re threatening to cut off American troops ii ij l.trge South Korean forces around the coast poet of Pohang. Overrunning Angang Ni, 10 miles southwest of Pohang, the Communists moved small forces of men and armour southward almost to Kyongju. the heart of an artillery link between P ,n"„ Taegu and Pusan. V in, lime II (Vr'.iminiM UiviMon %  '' from K:i.\i. where the South Korea %  lerday > "cod bark under heavy alt.-.cks %  •> jinMiiiins In the hill i lu lo the Hreal ol rtigye, the middlo 4 the north im • %  i %  %  iroi ..".OK nd < %  i % %  nod mi both sules in ttwSiimyon) ireo where tiw ire trying u, .1 niiiii the junction town i ornjnantal troops have broken through the Hurricane GQ9$ \oriti %  %  .i. ,. ... i ,: ion %  N,.IMI %  %  ll %  rl out ... %  I'd a|i %  •. nod fin 'in. Steamship (Company Hans Visitors LIVERPOOL Sepl -.:i hi] I'" It... %  %  | Queen t.iiKirt-lb glanl i Ouii, par! ol %  %  thi I %  %  al itab nuinl:< II poi Lei %  i %  %  %  %  ..i "We %  kall> eonrnIng Hie obtaining of passes'' .i port ha . % %  . itimi that their Renter. Will Brn/ilisn Ship Be Sent To Korea? HRO, Sepl I %  %  ni r :... v %  i.. i Cavaln H'VI-.I.II BMeklng mi the %  road onb 10 naVH n n ifa .,[ u % %  rietu %  ing i.n the same Inch i.,k with ri'ininunists for.i.ini and •!! afora raported b have brosMn Ihrouajk the asaUa of a imail town t miles farther not Hi MghMnfl walla, sti Itvd Tanks S/Httted 'ooimunlai lank %  i. i otted .,il all i I tii %  mile long froni M. It I %  . ould be %  %  i I I!, ill. I fn.in Kigye *iett in the noitli to .mid Intelligem i • lt\\ i I now in the bailie line Pilots also rapOCted long files of men pihU)K rjoawmnl baannd Ihi Conununtal i hum.m pack chains and ...I iinvimi in with fuel and innnmi linn ii mill Waagwan i tu-ToJin inn m eonUnuod loda? wiii. \ii„ii. ii foreea eUnainj %  i%  %  .inn ommunlai ..|. ... A Kruin carraspeno>i I i.t Unit Rmarlcana wire digging ri in,, banks "( tlr sout h of Waegan, daapID AS iiri-saure Tin' i inti h mentioned thai %  %  ing up qis .in .i .ni r.Htii A ma lean Second i II |i.iil, .1 to h.,v %  .-list Imnk <.f the N %  n'h uloim It. %  and Yongi.i: %  middle i U %  'i ri i tank fighting raged Ihe bilk ' UM I G.Vs In Same Position %  at ti %  An,, i. %  positions thai %  :„ %  itnri too Conuau. %  I . i i! %  erdaj madl %  imtntst*. i i ... t UlBJ in front. Thi Conunui pn ure on %  I -ft were %  I -..< i Noktong. dropping WO I M non* itmi %  1 %  German Minister Resigns In Protest Against Secret Security Policy pt 4. 4'NISTER OF THE INTERIOR Di G I v ]{ %  .. %  resignatloi PedcraH inccll< Konrad %  n -ir i %  of tl %  Cabtnei kn t! [KliU'V ifefuse To Join \ew Covernmvnt ATHENS Sept. 4 %  • %  upportp Vi ,, %  daVnl i 'hoi, ii%  -Ffuter Aceordln i.I,-. Dr. Hetnema I I (Ju.*iii-ei and Bsarhap II. (th Hi %  %  i ences win I tornorron From th. „r Dr Adanauar 1 arnmant poi*i.i It as absolutih in Covernme'ii parUcuLi % %  It has been an open ae< %  njntatan were nettled Chancelloi • pollev asking for federal live police People


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PAOI TWO SUNDAY \DVOCATE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1IM Cwiib galling %  Was it i_. Aubrey Smith? A limni ID .• in Bar. 09 taw Oik law arm. C*N*I ii senlth. Mr I %  %  ilh Mr. I > ...... A • %  %  find Mil %  %  Dai mart %  while crc— Married In Trinidad A RJUV %  tha Mwek> r, Mi I .. i lluli-tiitiMtu. who wars married in icorge, hi i i .'i %  A %  ... in Barba!. naon Li the formal ot, daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip M.iinKoi ot The) .inspending thefi Sam l-ird's. Here For Two Months M R .mil Mr* Lionel J C. Evan* 'heir three children nrrlvi %  % %  • %  %  da* linn nine i> H W I \ arorn Trinidad. Mr Evans, who is a .trolYssor al the < TYoolcaJ A..?.culture, will urih l.e I rid family Intng mi for %  < oupts ol are staying with parents, Mr and Mrs. %  Saw Him In Trinidad M RS G. 11 ADAMS returned fio-ii two weals 1 holiday in Trinidad TCBtarday morning by B.W" I A S-L aaw Mr Adams -i " Trinidad. Ho la n dele-gate t<> (be Fantv Molause* Enqulr> Commission, and left Barbados on Sunday (or Trinidad f-\ route t. Canada. At Waterloo M R. AND MRS GEORGK TEMPRO and their three % %  % %  • i Patricia. Stephen and Ernest arrived yesterday by B.W I.A.. from Trinidad They have been living In Trinidad now PBven nontbt. Mr. Temprn. who is the Cultivation Oversee, at Waterloo Estate In Trinidad will onlv l>e km for ; %  couple of day*. The family however will he sloyinn on lor about three months* vacation. Son Recommended Barbados R ETURNING to Venezuela ye-terday morn ins; by B.W-f-A., i.flrr %  vaakfl hoUday ;i Mr. Maiiu Oliver l' niv son Mario Jnr., la me come over to Bar;.il his wife spont their honeymoon,, here not so many months ;io [ like Barbados so much 1 think I shall return in December with my son and his wife, for another holiday. He was staying at the Ocean View Hotel. Arrived Yesterday M R. AUSTIN 1IAUIU arrivti from Trinid;.,! yesterday morning by B.W.I A, to spend %  holiday. He is staying at the Worthing Guest House. Appointed IK RALPH PAYNE has now M". up Ml .ippoiiitinenl M Ihe new Secretary of UM Ws*1 Ii dian Club Horse Lover M R WILLIAM BRANCH Manager af Dougaldston i On Ida Wi. has been in Barbados, staying Mlta Mr ai.il Mr* Norman %  .. %  !.. i > it w.'A Mr Branek %  * keen nirfltc und a reat lover ol horses. Teaches At Grenada Boys' School Vf" BBtTRAND CALLENDEit lvl artao has been holidaying in i i .. : -inee July SI. retumel to Grenada yesterday afternoon by liWIA Mr Cailender la a •i the Grenada Boys' Sei-o: dai • BChOOl Manager In Grenada A FTER A SHORT visit to Barbadlos, Mr. Glyn Evans, Munajier of T. R. Evans *n Grenada, returned to th.it colony yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. < i 'ling to Grenada on the same plane was Mr Ben N. Davis. Managing Director of O D. Brisbane and Sons. Grenada Ltd. Flying Visit M R FRED TOPPIN who arrived from Orenada on SUI s day, .eturned yesterday afternoon by II W I A Attended Conference H ON'BLE J 11 HENWICK. Solicitor and Mr. E GittensKnight. Competent Authority ami Controller of Supplies, Grenada. returnad home on Sundsy by 1W I A after %  ttending the Oils I,I V.rt/onfi-rvnee at HustliHC Mr Hen wick was staying at the Uarlas Hot*! wnlls Mr enter.*Knlghl was at the Roys) Collecting Information M R NIGEL MORRISON, former A.D.C. to the Governor of Bermuda, left over the wash sad by BW.IA. for TlinMad after si short visit here. Mr. Morrison Is travelling through Ihe West Indies and South Amertea, collecting information on series of lectures which he will I giving Intei in Englind. Jollecting Photographs M R. CHARLES AIRMAN, an American photographer who is collecting material in the West Indies for American publications, left over the week-end by n.W.I.A. after a short visit here Winifred Atwell L IBTtNUta in the BBC Ught Programme last week, had the opportunity of listening to the ii.terpretatlon of West Indian songs on the piano. The in• rpretcr was Winifred Atwell — that brilliant Trlnldadian artists v ho sings as well as plays anything from classical music to Boogie-W oogle. I understand that Winifred hones to visit the West Indies in the near future Left On Sunday M R. JOHN BRANCH, a planter of Grenada, returned home on Sunday by 11.W.I.A after paying a visit to his brother. Rev. Philip Branch of St. Peter. Students Gain Honours %  piIE Wot Indian btuaenii. W 1 are now stu>>mg in British Universities, have oeen proving t tr kISW inot Its* only lleln arbii h w. %  b d .an acquii i with i I i i" living from Jamaica obtained First ', .ass Honours in chemistry witi t.-i place In the final B Sc Examination held at LccJs University A( Cambriagi Dleai ity, R. O. Robin also frorn Jh.ma.ca gained First ClasMonours n Part Two of the MathematH < TripOS but it Is not onlv Jamaicans who are dJs lii La* Exsmlnation of the nv of I-ondon Tourist Boss ,. ...UAYiNG in England is XT y r Wilson Minshall, Manager ol the Trinidad and Tobago Beard and Chairman the Caribbean lnlermi Tourism Committee If at tlrst It ahouk appear peculiar (or a man in hilosition to take his holiday! uul s:(> the West Indies, the eplanstion is quite simple Mr Mtnshal) was born in Englam i-nd this is his first visit there D 2\ years. Much of his time hi has spent with his parent* Snulhport. Lancashire On his occasional visits t< London Mr. Minshall has loum tune to visit Alexandra Palaci %  nd take a look at the Hume British Televuion. Specksl arrangemenU were made for hln ti. sit in at the production ol tWI televised plays "Very interest ing" was his comment Has he been making any effortto encourage visitors to the WeIndies? 'Not really" he said %  This is a holiday trip purelj and simply. 1 have visited IM British Travel Association which Is the counterpart of our ogranisa lion in Trinidad but it wa* merely .n informal visit. Like people in England, we are handicapp" I l y lack of hotel accommodation' B.G. Singer V ISITING the island OB tttr* inontlm liih.ia> is Mi 1(J> Nunes, britlsh Guiunu radio star Ray Is from Georgetown and sen he heard from 8.4a to 9.45 evcr> Monday night over &KY with the piogranunc "Gipsy Caravan." He started singing in 144 but It was not until IMS that he went "on the air." He was also featureo a' the Carib, Del Air. Park Hotel and Town Hall on many occasions This is Ray's first visit to BarIvdos. When asked his opinion about the local singers he had Uard at the "All Star Night" at the Globe Theatre on Friday night, he told Carib. the local iimaleurs need much training Ho arrived by BWIA. on Thursday and Is staying at 'ne Cosmopolitan Guest House. Going To Lodge M R. and Mrs. E. L. McCormlck and their son Robert arrived from Trinidad yesterday morning by H.W.I.A and will be slaying at the Ocean View Hotel for two weelts Mr McCormlck Is a Director of the West Indian Tobacco Co.. Ltd., tnTitnldad. Robert will not be returning with hts parents at the end of their stay, as he will be going to the ldge. where he Is at school Back From Grenada Holiday M ISS DORIS FERGUSON of Kavenscourt." Fontabeflc and Miss Winifred Williams, Matron oi St. Joseph Almshouse. returned from Grenada on Sunday by BWIA. after spending three weeks' hoUday. They were guests if Mr. and Mrs A J Mahy of St. ieorge's BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber Huk-Muk %  piIE Esklm icm oar, Ijluk-Mu i 1 arrived by an to fulfil a fca.OOO-a-wcck musici iilc,iv..ni-iiik naj young man. A screaming crowd ol men aiiii Eg down four toncM Blhl trampled s field of corn to ai inter* i While some' lay In ling hysterically. the windscreen ihe tyres, They to i-t him K> if he .: one M>ng. So he stood up 01) the broken bonnet and mumbled Uk Vok.. Tuk Tuk Da st of the men and girls had fainted and been removed by rtia police, iiir singer was allowed Dinar car. Hs %  .t|.pearance hero i .in..ii".nlghi He wttl tnoar yok." "Put Pok.' "Shlkawikl" and a dozen other '.-kimo dirges His apj>cal seems • > be based on his essential aearnes "He is one of us," said .Irs. Stowiit, of 8. Sevastopol* rescent. Sickenlng-on-Sea. Sharp Eyes Are Matching O Mii again I read that tne Tower of London is moving. at the rate of about half an inch in eighty years, which makes St Paul's a slowcoach. The Tower will be halfway across Ihe river before St Paul's has begun U< come down Ludgate Hill. And b> that time, says jolly Jack Hopkins, with a light laugh, the l aflk may be moving, too In Hamming r r>Hl. imprisoning of several men a in Lisbon for taking off too many garments in a heat-wave %  •minded me of something 1 once i in an Irish town. A TASSELS OF RHINESTONES Houoewive*' (illilJr aid Pumpsidi'ocalr % %  i PL'MPKIN IMS.C Radio Pro^ruimniCOOK BOOKS by 1 I tiiiiriiiiAY h(xKS ROBERTS & CO.-DIAL 3301-High Streel V"l \MI (llrll\rM **.•** rWg ro MCHT AT i.. ii .KANOM \\t i)M-l)Al .i a ...a *. s—. 1HI K-IA *I ( %  luiiiiMi—s yggw a %  -•#• In rkwy **. MSst-Maga! taaMh mt %  -Here's how to work It: A \ V 1> I. n v A \ II la LONGFELLOW Ons latter simply stands for another. In this example A is aBSd tor the three L'a, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos* trophies, the length and formation of the words arr all him* Each day the code letters are diff. rent A Cryptogram Violation O BCDF8 N U D USD, E R S B U P W I T BSGB CT RRCE MRS BCSB M 17 TL K u a Cr>plu4|Uoli-: WHAT BEAUTIIII. LOVE FRUIT. V7HKN IT IS EXI'KWSIVK 1'ITERO DiiinKiIrl by guKJ r*m'.jia Btnd.csiRupert and the Back-room Boy-43 ""-SSZffl! ihe ground Hupen hum*, (oiajid in-kiijilv to uvr hii fnrndi Billy lump* Mlrly, though Gunme Go.il dotui'i move. "Ouich. help m pull her wy txlorr he Rrrlahsfl m ,IM rjnh." tflri ,hr El Bui R,iiv a tea bawiUm ot t shi, BHsasg lh -,cd m rh* ipln ground 'hr hu • I lrr R, Vi. reSfttlM -ilcly on •hoiiKl* %  ... •4y tnyihini in All; IV (The Garden) ST. JAMES •JI:SSK JAUBS" im K.im PLAZA— OM Thrilling Dnnblr-llilir Paul nonOBJD ki ami vot^uuc %  -a "i ami at NIUH H'M.MIU .1,4 1HINSUA1 i aaS SO 9. W-rn*. Action Thnll IHSUI. IIVSN hi .'in1.II-III tiny boy came along the pavemen in a bathlng-dxess. Two elder I. women wotched hun. When In had gone by one said to the othe. %  They're alljiaked in this place Said the second woman: "Sun you'd think 'twas in Egypt yon v ere." Hi— Wodgmtt (*Onm Eyed Panther) S URELY It wss an exaggeration to say that 'The British POSt Office is riddled with vendetta" Is the quiet young lady liom whom you buy a stanu 1 ourishlng a blood-feud agaimt the older lady who deals witl Telegrams? Have they knives In their stockings? Do they poison the gum on newnpaper wrappers" And, when things get too hot lor vein, do they take to the Croy-1 hills and terrorise the inhabitant CONTINUING TODAY 5 & 830 PM. at the PLAZA THEATRE BRIDGETOWN NSW WONMM FWM VMftNfR BftOt! PKiOMWSlivt RUM ,N0 a* .... r i. DAY aoaooN ~%  WY GORDON mm n !" !" DAVID BUTLER ^.mXC&ZEi^^Tm'iTrSS* THE TEST IS IN THE TASTE... EAT.. J*R BREAD DAILY All the fluent in Bread and Cukes baked Daily. You can always count on the Quality and Purity of mr Bread. Next Attraction' (In Technicolor) KKKOI, FLYNN in "THE ADVKNTl'KKS OK DON Jt'AN" MADAM FOR YOUR KITCHEN taial-aisi.-* il. \luiiiiiiiiini and Ini II..I Sinks SIZES 20 Ins. x 14 Ins.. 24 Ins. x 16 Ins. 30 Ins x IS Ini I .ii . %  oo • in Clow r>i-n. 11 M nwtni Th* New. 11 10 p %  Me*I An.lnl> II IB p m Muiir from Q) mi Ik.i.l i |l P m Raaio Hr+irrml, I 10 p m MutK-j! Mirir. f an {. .., Th, N-w. IKjim l'* Nw from Hut. in. 2 IS p %  •iporl. R"l... 1 Vi |> .-. ma KHMI*y nd Ml. Music 1 < > m Bwllwn Aii< aanrkM ill vn PBC' S.Mttah OnnMra. H 00 pm Mry S"n ^ IB %  %  ,!,,. Pwadr. o m %  P %  %  -no.lv a Up i i %  Cricket RrpoM on W 1 <.-' South ot %  >%  —, 1 i ... 4. n., Col""* B* Writ lulu Illpm OnlM J..I.. KM,. %  mil HIOrrhOMrn < p m rrom th* S .e i> .n. Un UM t'oiiunoii'iwc.iiui 10 10 p m lalaelud'. 10 IS p m BBC "arlrty Orrhostra. to 41 p m Rcpoat Trom Britain, lion ,. m From Ihe •nunrnmtf Cnncrrl. CROSSWORD H 1 I 1 1 -f 1 1 J --P 3 i I. lliings iTSfli mi* *r* mutter ol honour iMi • A word ki nun K ixl. iSf II Scnouirxi)!* -.mm "ir-r rn'ounni oro o — % %  I n. 141 ;a Bui ttii* ctiimtrt SOtU warm wcnuiei i"i ;. Tnw u •erious. 181 il. Liii •ooro lor uogalU. 101 i. Port—miu %  I>IUIT mt-..' u |Si 13. TTT() sstsai i. A pert disc |i*e* ablltiv. ti i. Itcturu \ Drtiiaa—and WeulT ol Uiem i B > 1. foreianan mslnUln iDcm m Uindoa. "I S. Where one can rat braced, iv SI I IB. Mated— DUI nut la enca*. (Si i 13. Keller win live IBU. ISI i 17. Vou are ini* wueo aalrep iSl jo. A female isi I 4e)allM> Ot 1'iinaii • pUMir — 4i.- l White a[; . IIone bull II A %  - %  -. H di. 1.'. Trow IS H.I' I" Kliiuilt IV Ff*n,-.: I Whll, n.„ .: Hoar lro.1 > -ootant 4 Yea, V tin. I Ortwa I 1 ua. hl BaMrj (ft Bt^ef 14 inirr. 10 I-Ulae SB %  Trasi*lrl4'liiin Tnlfr a Irtter out of SHRUB .bid pnn must hurry for the "Sub". From CAMEL jusr a letter strike And i/i-f d spier that you may Ilk. Take n hitter from RENEW A pretty bird come$ into vieu\ A letter out of TUBES will show %  \ hwtan rh.if. tcifh health aaloti' i latter lofeta out of LURED A useful precept ifou'ne secured. The teller* you have taktn out Suggest GORE, wilhoui a doubt. .. p**m.. uu. ( uaii'i PU[a : unq iia.n '#>eui 'JISH I aeneien GLOBE II.IMMI I'lllSOVS M \VF SKl.N THIS I 11 KM 1 I l: IN 4 DAYS TO-DAY S A H in AND CONTINUING iriarvel! Wonder! Gp! SEE IT Goi.llo R.or.d By Girl Becomr\ Night Club P.I . Ih.n U. Uoilnd Gionl ol Furyl MIGHTY JOEYOUNG • am 0Rf. em IDHISO* i THE BARBADOS COOPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. IO-IIAY Ml A tin j.iil untiiiut.i* •I 'm\m I'artuliiif I PICK Ann TODD noxv T4-I>AY 4 3U Only Terntirrow I %  i and H.IS Purumuunl Bin Double Bob MOPE Jane HUSSKL /#t*. I>ul<>hi r.' and '•Aif/ht Han m t httusttntt With Edward G ROBINSON Gail RUSSELL TO-N1TE AT 8 311 •A GRAND %'AKIETY IIOVAI TU-UAY -U.I Two Sh.. : ;J J. M) 2wh CPIIIUO FOX Double ARM VMU WILDE ••#*. 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BarbaJtoxs
Mitrcate
Priff:
IIVi: (IMS
REDS BEGIN DRIVE FOR POHANG
Antiguan Refugees
Want Food, Clothes
By DAVID J. NELSON
ANTIOUA, Sept. 2.
HUNDREDS HUDDLED together here must be
inwardly praising the memory of the famous
William Nathaniel Gilbert who arrived in Antigua
in 1774 and founded Methodism; for it is in a small
Methodist Church erected to his memory that they
are able to find refuge from nearby Seatons Village
which is among the hardest hit in Thursday night's
disastrous hurricane, which levelled the homes (f
all classes across these 108 square miles.
What I see here is the crowning piece to a story of
human suffering, misery and wretchedness which
has been slowly unfolding itself to my eyes through
out the 90 mile tour of this devastated Caribbean
island.
In every village visited today, churches* and schuolr
bnve been converted into refugee centres But c
of these arc in very bad condition, the rools and .v
of others having been severely damaged In a storm of such
! !(. .i bjaa, tiUliuito been unseen in the island.
Driving through mud and water and along road*., many of
which have been blgCked by fallen trees and tumbled down
walls, necessitating frequent stops to clear a pi.:-:
the car. 1 came upon unforgettable scenes of
destitution.
After today the word
problem" must have more than
academic significance for me and
others who have seen some of
what thp island offers in humar
aUsnarlni
People here have had to be
transported by irurk loud* lo this
little stone church -vi In -
wooded countryside 12 mil** from

Most have lost all their earthly
i- except their still damp
.-earing
i aiiiis |.\ mi rifriu
Red Cross
Sends Aid To
Antigua
Prom
.. 0*n Cori***"!'*"!'
ANTICitA. Sept t
General Fibert Commanding
Ofncer of the Antilles Department.
Puerto Rico, confronted the Red
Cross Society on that Island con-
cerning AntlguiiS recent hurricane
devastation, and this morning at
* a.m. a U.S. Navy plane arrived
at Coolidge Field with 4 officials
to investigate the island's damages.
Mr Cyril Hobson. the Colony's
Red Crocs director, took thwm
through the stricken ..leas where
they made a thorough survey, tak-
ing photographs and after consul-
tation with the Admin lraA>i
Wayne, returned to Puerto Kico in
report condition*.
This evening a special charted
plane arrived from Trinidad with 2
tons of foodstuffs, clothing and
blankets sent by thut island's Red
Cross SocieVy.
He was received by Mr. A
It was received by Mr. Cyril
Hobson, and the Asst. Director
Mrs. Bob Smith and 2 lorry loads
were transported to City depot*
Trinidad R.C.S. is sending an-
other plane on Wednesday. The
Antigua branch of LB.R.C.S. has
been operating in a small way
since the hurni
The Government assistance III
the way o! money and foodstuff*
ceases to-day.
The R.C.S. take over handling
oi foodstuffs and clothing from
to-morrow, ami will send 8 officers
Into wnes arranged, by the Gov-
ernment. The Government has
divided the island into xooes
where the officers will undertake
a large scale accurate survey of
housing replacements.
The Social Welfare Officer.
Oscar Bird, who has been involved
with enquiries regarding the
homeless as well as recommenda-
tions for food distribution will DOW
concentrate on housing construc-
tion. At his request Antigua
B.C.S. has already relieved th)
acute food shortage at WUkies tor
200 people, and for 500 people at
Seatons. Sawcoats ran out of
food and Society conveyed stuff
here. Attention naa been paid to
pregnant women, old women and
children.
The Island Commissioner Barbados Girl Guides has offered
assistance, which will be most
acceptable as many Guides art-
living in the cold desolate area
DAIRY HUSBANDRY
(From Our O- I .-n>i. "
GEORGETOWN
Mr. Edwin I Hugh. MS.
(Iowa). B.Sc. Horn. (MeQnal
Livestock Officer attained to the
Department of Agriniilute, Brit-
ish Guiana. ha> m- ured hi* diplo-
ma in Dairy HuM< .'"> "< lei*
British Guiana in September la<
to do poM graduate woo It *' id-
ing University. England
Improvised lied.
On improvised bods of ohureti
benches lie babies, old men and
women loo feeble to minister tc
their own needs The young cling
desperately to mothers crying for
food which mothers can only hope
will be lintlu uiTuiig from some
relief agency.
With a vacant look u
of the babies on their bf
mothers enqulrad what hope I
brought them and whenr. thej
could expect relief. All "Id
woman seaU-U bei i
old husband tells of hut-.
paj iii. with tear-Alii
;.'>. U .'..'..' .1
bu\ food in the disratl v ll.igc
with which to HI '
Lunger
Whiic BODM '.Is t<> i ibi mud
from such clothing as '
horn the
ruins of home.-'
in communal poll .1
scarce so round Elsewhere the
ton us tiie .M'
BHU ivm.il UaHe.....I 'I > ir | i,IT-
ering Is evirlence i f tha' IDdom-
itable spirit which enables then,
somehow lo smile and II
videnee for their spar**') lives,
Muke no mistake about i*.: these
people are down, but show nc
rsigrw of being out. the)
have the will to enquire after
Hmilai sufferers in other vlltagM
through whieh I am known t'.
have passed.
And what goc* for
of Seaton* hold- also lot thoM
of Cedar Grove. Putters. Blfarcard
Barnes Hill, Willikie-*. All Saints
--aix villager which have lost
300 more homes
Philosophic .>
Then
resolution to gel up dim
making the beat oi wlu I
woman hei des ntn*
tatlon of God lii tl- Ugatneaa
ol arnica a.....i be thaidtful'1
Nev.iuu,. 00 people
packed like BU IV ii the
small church al PotU I
sanitary convenient, with In*
blind and lame grow
wa> between wailing chll
without kiiowl.u..
[,< ocnlng, ciinn >l
tad lightly
When
.
ill .,<( ,,< i .mK
rup( (ovarnmcnl bocomts ovcr-
and one which i inm

i.i -i dance
on page 7
S. Koreans Beaten Back
Dakota Plane
Crashes In
New York
13 KILLED
\ ... Beari *
I und u
ii<<> iti tin- vtictkagi til a New
. e.k i und ill In ci whii
i the ?"i
i.. (.ie on board


no !
kola when it
the ill
which it hail taken Of,
THE LADIES arc playing Polo and they .
i'i-t befOtl ">')' wain into action.
pictured hare yeiteMsy afternoon st Ihe Oari
Relief For
Antigua
AN Al'.
midad for
the people

by the Mii: i \ntlgiui. II
Barbados
to help The v H i \
baa Hndli ad ai a
racalvlni << pot I
packets .,, ihey .ltd -t the tune o'
. n el- can
b V M (' A Pln-
Volun-
i
needed f -i soi ling anrl p \
1
In whlcn
.. I to the

I
that is leaving on FinLi. next
' ell- now, will
qul 'klj rftnei
in
ash
The Secretan of tin- Y.M.C.A..
Mr H M Wiili.i .,- will l>e K'.ad to
naUons and will give a
receipt or
tall ippaafl for .-ash
Is to assist in the expenses im-mred
In connection with this rtrst con-
signment
Canary l-lamln-
l-uiid For First Time
Tue ||Q 1 UJ i-l.tridera win.
ii Fridav
0 fourteen
foot aroack "Dorn
...
rUli.
The Cammlaaaatttf i Pollcai
to land but
bMk on iKianl hv
itkmtfall.
In batches of 15 they came
ashOIW by the Police launch at
Harbour Police pen- wtion
Kiev drank cokes, and ate braM
nd butter, beef and cake-, wnich
I them.
A cook* was set up in the
he II.ub.i u Polio, pier where
a given b)
tne Coca Cola Factcrv aiso iwaltod
thetn. Mr rredCioddaid M < P
O" huttei
Bley Kimh of
gave bread and
. eould liave got
oka if in- wanted,
i ca<'. > given .i loaf of
i butter aim" t wo rakes
A Poii' : bad out
n. with the hel|. o|
. ivle" The Coointfsa onei ol
i'ollce. CaplaJl 'I' Rev Father
i opkins bad Mi Charts I
y Kcmirlii Spcncn of Um COCO
'la Pactmy he'.pitl as much
. > could to UM'' i
CigftfWtlM (iiven
Um llntis:
H >ndura I ba i 11
.i'oo cioaj
I-...I Qecl '
i V Scot! K Co I M

1
. .i,lv Wll
w uch he and Ms rouasunsoB aren
i' '-ii "( lie tOOB .....
f on p.;r :i
I Wll AMI MlhlS Al I.AVI
Labourites Urge
End British Rule
IIS THE COLONIES
i I miii Our London ( i re-|iomlni )
LONDON, Seyl 2
ANXIETIES of certain awUpns of th Labcui l
.'vernmentpolU-yinrelatioiit<.ii coloni
ii rwofaitioiu which it is now revealed an i
al the Party's Annual Conference in M..
October '
Belief Fund For
Antigua
THI Advoeota Co Lid
ha donated $50 00 to atari
in. .MAcHATh iiirmti
CANE RKI.1EF FUND FOB
ANTIGUA. Donations (imall
oi large) er" " ;
the Advocate Co Ltd. or lo
Ihe l~;inudiun Htmk of Com-
noroa (Uwi today and belp
ii- t., help thouiunds of
homeless. nalf-Daksd jni
hungrv > hildren Any
amount, however srnall, will
In- accepted and will I*
acknowledged.

inipi.-m
I.K.... ,
lite South Pi
i ,
, | .limn of rolomal cunfcranei
\(h,Kuie HiirricuiK' ^,utf, i,,,,..,.,,.,.
Party which Miggests .1 con
urgi G
to rail a conference of rapi


-'I ....."I;i ana 1.11 utl pro).
Implement fulh In thev,
1 "ptedied
eoualttj
Paddinaiat,
- *: the Murgtx V *.frr.ce '..
lake the initudve in rulling to-
(ethei "an [ntsenaUonal
Oonforence t.>
tives of the colonial peoples in
order to work out
oculist colonial policy "
Part) i" u
- 1 v. nstet
. . .
ton rewlutio I
ihe follow iruj rhai the Britbih
Ualiour
initi.iine to meet th.
lOpreaentatlvca ol Um
tune limit ..Itci
tish rule will 0
1.
live constltuei 1
rkwnocratlcalb elected on the
hii-is ill iniivir ..i| ndiill -uffiage"
Lull
deploring l 1
ip ifthstd polUs
30,000 Join In
Candlelight
IVoression
Behind Fattma Statue
I IRQBTUU N, Si

Patli 1


1. i, mil

month aim neded the .!. II..,I
JO.OOO Oathi in non Cutholli
no.--rtni*ti..'
'
ll, eandlelighl 1
brilll intl> ilium
I .
ruck
the Iral I
uuttt ml'
hrough Had
he 1
.
Ail slot othen



Catbcdnl Opened All Nifhl
.
ill nlfhl with m.i
1 to -' m with crowd pout
Ing in ami out ill Ihe
lie,I <', Mi*

Gale Kills
250 In Japan
250,000 HOMELESS
lUiiVl) Sept .,
Typhoon -Jane" killen
250 people in V\
made more than 240.000 people
homeless Figurey relaasad tonav,
by the National Ituml PoUffO
Headquarter- were still incom-,
plete but they I nd tea lad ttw extant
Of the damage anil the 1
Caused by 'Jane" the worst gale .
ti hit Wester,, Japan In 16 yean.
The densely populated Osaka.
, 1 if winds which reach-,
1 Btaxtmum of 100 miles ao
(our
Rm Pollca raported Ik
12.000 houses wCie loiaMl d0-
12 000 partially dOatroy-
Cd, and more lhan 170.000 flooded
Sevan hundred ships were repdr'-
1 destroyed "i damaved Keuler.
/ DEATH EVERY
13 MINUTES
ciiH'Aiiu Sapt t
rratne uumg 1 1
the United States at a rate ol
oiie about every 13 minute-- lo-
day at Ihe end of the Laboul
ii... holiday wr<
Hal s.ifi ty Council ha 1
predicted ., rate of one aw 1- II
m fot th. wwek-ond
\i\ mirliught road fatalities hail
climbed to 25U
it. i.e.,vie 1 trail lam of Um
three-day period was ex->*
aa) whan bottdv-HiusMn were
driving homo Renter.
Pope Pius
Condemns
Cinemas
VATlt AN I IV Sept 4
pi pg I'iu xii .
1 I'HUIt F'.neil U
; I I I III I;l
luRi
rind da> ui" iiihle n, .
11
pt. Internally u>
I run. I........< '

lion of tin- working ^,.iiii 1 tlu
same ay that win
Iher classes ol
nsodcrn hurnanlts ih< P
auon "t bioodlei
itual and
I Ihe vii
.
1 'u-ii.,\
T'e Po| .....
Bru ., '
1
the Silv. r Juhilei I'oi.-jiess of the
Worker
llewter.
The Slid ne 1
lay nlgnl 1 1


poati

Prom
.. .1 h,..... .... ..I
1v)ng in
: ll
i.V.l'i
1 ipoaal
krouant othars lonw and Inilroo
Iptlapu
,nd nui"
-..-. rnmeni
I



nieei U> ll -..
I reai of rai

I'ilol KcscihmI
By llelico|ler
t> 1 IONI L ill n-os

. ..11 \. 1
n.aii's-he mUluU

I

I

rebel
I R tO the ...
iii ,.I then, thai
'
Ilk Keater
Trade Union Leaders
Denounce Communism
Sl DATS AT SEA sad a fw more In Oarlule Bay
Jtj yastardsy and Icecold cokas.
before the Joy of landing si ths Harbour Pallet
11. Konmr brown >
DRIOHTON !
British and Ai
Union le
nunism and the Soviet pol
the Annuii Confctani i 1 ' f't Italn's pan
open
here today.
Alex Rose. Trade Union Lead

irom tha Amei 1
f-abour evoked derisive comments
from a mlnorlt: '-f thi di
President Herbert Bullock, inter-
vened to appeal for "fa 1
a man in
ihe Palace Gal I
i .
t task for the movement was 10
I wade off and
can labour would not di
to "help
...
strategu
!heir
vfe) Ann 1 lean uixiui
. 1

am of i"
ol war
Slave -Labour (argi>e<.
whal the
1 1 'I., concei
1
that m K,r
fOURhl t.l r

an)


illts
to handle
iti** avked. "can you imagine


Rot" said lhat America

materials essential to United St..'
Htarv offensive against The American !'
/ the Democratic world
Labour ha made foreign relaUon.
la t "
will not






I

an attempt to lull to |I

Reuter
By JULIAN KATbs.
TOKV0, d
(J0MMUNI3T FORCES pushing down through
open country were tonight ai.nost within
gun range of Kyongju, the most important rail and
road junction in General Mar Arthur v. boar.hhead.
They ws*re threatening to cut off American troops
ii ij l.trge South Korean forces around the coast
poet of Pohang. Overrunning Angang Ni, 10 miles
southwest of Pohang, the Communists moved small
forces of men and armour southward almost to
Kyongju. the heart of an artillery link between
P ,n" Taegu and Pusan.
V in, lime ii (Vr'.iminiM UiviMon
'' from K:i.\i. where the South Korea '
lerday > "cod bark under heavy alt.-.cks
> jinMiiiins In the hill i
lu lo the Hreal ol rtigye, the middlo 4 the north im
i iroi ..".ok nd < i "
nod mi both sules in ttw- Siimyon) ireo where tiw
. ire trying u,
.1 niiiii the junction town
i ornjnantal
troops have broken through the
Hurricane
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kall> eon-
rnIng Hie obtaining of passes''
.i port ha
. .. itimi
. that their
Renter.
Will Brn/ilisn Ship
Be Sent To Korea?
HRO, Sepl '
I
ni r :... v i.. i
Cavaln H'vi-.i.ii
BMeklng mi the
road onb 10 naVH
n n ifa .,[ u
rietu
ing i.n the same
Inch i.,k with ri'ininunists for-
.i.ini and !! afora raported b
have brosMn Ihrouajk the asaUa
of a imail town t miles farther
not Hi MghMnfl
walla, sti
Itvd Tanks S/Httted
'ooimunlai lank
i. i otted .,il
all i
I tii
mile long froni
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fn.in Kigye *iett in the noitli to
.mid In-
telligem i lt\\, i
I
now in the bailie line Pilots also
rapOCted long files of men pihU)K
rjoawmnl baannd Ihi Conununtal
i hum.m pack chains and
...I iinvimi in with fuel and
innnmi linn ii mill
Waagwan i tu-ToJin
inn m eonUnuod loda? wiii.
\iiii. ii foreea eUnainj
i- !.- inn ommunlai
. ..|. ...
A Kruin carraspeno>i I
i.t Unit Rmarlcana wire digging
.....ri in,, banks "( tlr
south of Waegan, daapID
AS iiri-saure
Tin' i inti h mentioned thai

ing up qis .in .i .ni
r.Htii A ma lean Second
i
ii |i.iil, .1 to h.,v
.-list Imnk <.f the N
n'h uloim It.
'
and Yongi.i: middle
i U 'i
ri i tank fighting raged
. Ihe bilk
' Um i
G.Vs In Same
Position
at ti An,, i.

positions thai
: itnri too Conuau-
.

I i i! erdaj madl
imtntst*.
i i ...
t UlBJ in front. Thi
Conunui pn ure on

I
......-ft were
I
-..< i .
Noktong. dropping WO I
M non* itmi

1

German Minister Resigns
In Protest Against
Secret Security Policy
. pt 4.
4'NISTER OF THE INTERIOR Di G I
,v ]{ .. resignatloi
PedcraH inccll< Konrad
n -ir i of tl Cabtnei kn t!
[KliU'V
ifefuse To Join
\ew Covernmvnt
ATHENS Sept. 4





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Aceordln
i.I,-. Dr. Hetnema
I
I
(Ju.*iii-ei and Bsarhap
ii. (th Hi


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ences win I
tornorron
From th.
r Dr Adanauar1
arnmant poi*i.i
It as absolutih in '
Covernme'ii parUcuLi

It has been an open ae<
njntatan were nettled
Chancelloi
pollev asking for federal .
live police
People Renter


PAOI TWO
SUNDAY \DVOCATE
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1IM
Cwiib galling


Was it i_. Aubrey Smith?
Alimni id
.....
. in Bar-
.
09 taw
Oik .
law arm.
c*n*i i-
i senlth. Mr
I


ilh Mr. I
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find Mil

Dai mart
while crc
Married In Trinidad
ARJUV tha Mwek>
r, Mi I .. i .
lluli-tiitiMtu. who wars married in
icorge, hi
i i .'i
A
... in Barba-
!. naon Li the formal
ot, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Philip M.iinKoi ot
The) .in- spending thefi
Sam l-ird's.
Here For Two Months
MR .mil Mr* Lionel J C. Evan*
'heir three children nr-
rlvi da* linn nine i>
H W I \ arorn Trinidad. Mr
Evans, who is a .trolYssor al the
< TYoolcaJ A..?.-
culture, will urih l.e I .
' rid family
Intng mi for < oupts ol
are staying with
parents, Mr and Mrs.

Saw Him In Trinidad
MRS G. 11 ADAMS returned
fio-ii two weals1 holiday in
Trinidad TCBtarday morning by
B.W" I A S-l aaw Mr Adams -i
" Trinidad. Ho la n
dele-gate t<> (be Fantv Molause*
Enqulr> Commission, and left
Barbados on Sunday (or Trinidad
f-\ route t. Canada.
At Waterloo
MR. AND MRS GEORGK
TEMPRO and their three
' i Patricia. Stephen and
Ernest arrived yesterday by
B.W I.A.. from Trinidad They
have been living In Trinidad now
' PBven nontbt. Mr.
Temprn. who is the Cultivation
Oversee, at Waterloo Estate In
Trinidad will onlv l>e km for
; couple of day*. The family how-
ever will he sloyinn on lor about
three months* vacation.
Son Recommended
Barbados
RETURNING to Venezuela
ye-terday morn ins; by
B.W-f-A., i.flrr vaakfl hoUday
;i Mr. Maiiu Oliver
l' niv son Mario Jnr.,
la me come over to Bar-
;.il his wife spont their
honeymoon,, here not so many
months ;io [ like Barbados so
much 1 think I shall return in
December with my son and his
wife, for another holiday. He was
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
Arrived Yesterday
MR. AUSTIN 1IAUIU arrivti
from Trinid;.,! yesterday
morning by B.W.I A, to spend
holiday. He is staying
at the Worthing Guest House.
Appointed
IK RALPH PAYNE has now
M".
up Ml .ippoiiitinenl M
Ihe new Secretary of UM Ws*1
Ii dian Club
Horse Lover
MR WILLIAM BRANCH
Manager af Dougaldston
i On Ida Wi. has been
in Barbados, staying
Mlta Mr ai.il Mr* Norman
.. !!..
i > it w.'A Mr Branek * keen
nirfltc und a reat lover ol horses.
Teaches At Grenada
Boys' School
Vf" BBtTRAND CALLENDEit
lvl artao has been holidaying in
i i .. : -inee July SI. retumel
to Grenada yesterday afternoon
by liWIA Mr Cailender la a
i the Grenada Boys'
Sei-o: dai BChOOl
Manager In Grenada
AFTER A SHORT visit to
Barbadlos, Mr. Glyn Evans,
Munajier of T. R. Evans *n
Grenada, returned to th.it colony
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A.
< i 'ling to Grenada on the
same plane was Mr Ben N. Davis.
Managing Director of O D. Bris-
bane and Sons. Grenada Ltd.
Flying Visit
MR FRED TOPPIN who
arrived from Orenada on
SUIsday, .eturned yesterday after-
noon by II W I A
Attended Conference
HON'BLE J 11 HENWICK.
Solicitor and Mr. E Gittens-
Knight. Competent Authority ami
Controller of Supplies, Grenada.
returnad home on Sundsy by
1- W I A after ttending the Oils
i,i V.r- t/onfi-rvnee at HustliHC
Mr Hen wick was staying at the
Uarlas Hot*! wnlls Mr enter.*-
Knlghl was at the Roys)
Collecting Information
MR NIGEL MORRISON,
former A.D.C. to the
Governor of Bermuda, left over
the wash sad by bw.ia. for
TlinMad after si short visit here.
Mr. Morrison Is travelling through
Ihe West Indies and South
Amertea, collecting information on
. series of lectures which he will
I giving Intei in Englind.
Jollecting Photographs
MR. CHARLES AIRMAN, an
American photographer who
is collecting material in the West
Indies for American publications,
left over the week-end by n.W.I.A.
after a short visit here
Winifred Atwell
LIBTtNUta in the BBC Ught
Programme last week, had
the opportunity of listening to the
ii.terpretatlon of West Indian
songs on the piano. The in-
rpretcr was Winifred Atwell
that brilliant Trlnldadian artists
v ho sings as well as plays any-
thing from classical music to
Boogie-W oogle. I understand
that Winifred hones to visit the
West Indies in the near future
Left On Sunday
MR. JOHN BRANCH, a planter
of Grenada, returned home on
Sunday by 11.W.I.A after paying a
visit to his brother. Rev. Philip
Branch of St. Peter.
Students Gain Honours
'piIE Wot Indian btuaenii. W
1 are now stu>>mg in British
Universities, have oeen proving
.....t trkISW i- not Its* only lleln
. arbii h w. b d.....- .an acquii
i with i I i i"
living from Jamaica obtained First
', .ass Honours in chemistry witi
t.-i place In the final B Sc
Examination held at
LccJs University A( Cambriagi
Dleai ity, R. O. Robin also frorn
Jh.ma.ca gained First Clas-
Monours n Part Two of the
MathematH < TripOS but it Is not
onlv Jamaicans who are dJs
lii Raossis fi'.m BrMst (;uina wh'
ii Unifying Ijw at King1
LMHtWI was tlrst In the Interme-
.*> La* Exsmlnation of the
. nv of I-ondon
Tourist Boss
. ,. ...UAYiNG in England is
XT yr. Wilson Minshall, Manager
ol the Trinidad and Tobago
Beard and Chairman
the Caribbean lnlermi Tourism
Committee If at tlrst It ahouk
appear peculiar (or a man in hi-
losition to take his holiday! uul
s:(> the West Indies, the e-
planstion is quite simple Mr
Mtnshal) was born in Englam
i-nd this is his first visit there D
2\ years. Much of his time hi
has spent with his parent* "
Snulhport. Lancashire
On his occasional visits t<
London Mr. Minshall has loum
tune to visit Alexandra Palaci
.nd take a look at the Hume
British Televuion. Specksl ar-
rangemenU were made for hln
ti. sit in at the production ol tWI
televised plays "Very interest
ing" was his comment
Has he been making any effort-
to encourage visitors to the We-
Indies? 'Not really" he said
This is a holiday trip purelj
and simply. 1 have visited IM
British Travel Association which
Is the counterpart of our ogranisa -
lion in Trinidad but it wa* merely
.n informal visit. Like people
in England, we are handicapp" I
l y lack of hotel accommodation'
B.G. Singer
VISITING the island OB tttr*
inontlm liih.ia> is Mi 1(j>
Nunes, britlsh Guiunu radio star
Ray Is from Georgetown and sen
he heard from 8.4a to 9.45 evcr>
Monday night over &KY with the
piogranunc "Gipsy Caravan."
He started singing in 144 but
It was not until IMS that he went
"on the air." He was also featureo
a' the Carib, Del Air. Park Hotel
and Town Hall on many occasions
This is Ray's first visit to Bar-
Ivdos. When asked his opinion
about the local singers he had
Uard at the "All Star Night" at
the Globe Theatre on Friday
night, he told Carib. the local
iimaleurs need much training
Ho arrived by BWIA. on
Thursday and Is staying at 'ne
Cosmopolitan Guest House.
Going To Lodge
MR. and Mrs. E. L. McCormlck
and their son Robert arrived
from Trinidad yesterday morning
by H.W.I.A and will be slaying
at the Ocean View Hotel for two
weelts Mr McCormlck Is a Di-
rector of the West Indian Tobacco
Co.. Ltd., tnTitnldad.
Robert will not be returning
with hts parents at the end of
their stay, as he will be going to
the ldge. where he Is at school
Back From Grenada Holiday
MISS DORIS FERGUSON of
Kavenscourt." Fontabeflc and
Miss Winifred Williams, Matron oi
St. Joseph Almshouse. returned
from Grenada on Sunday by
BWIA. after spending three
weeks' hoUday. They were guests
if Mr. and Mrs A J Mahy of St.
ieorge's
BY THE WAY...
By Beachcomber
Huk-Muk
'piIE Esklm icm oar, Ijluk-Mu i
1 arrived by an
to fulfil a fca.OOO-a-wcck music-
i iilc,iv..ni-iiik -
naj young man.
A screaming crowd ol men aiiii
Eg down four toncM Blhl
trampled s field of corn toai inter*
i While some' lay In
ling hysterically.
the windscreen
ihe tyres, They
to i-t him k> if he
.: one M>ng. So he stood
up 01) the broken bonnet and
mumbled Uk Vok.. Tuk Tuk "
Da st of the men and girls
had fainted and been removed by
rtia police, iiir singer was allowed
Dinar car. Hs
.t|.pearance hero
i .in..ii".- nlghi He wttl tnoar
yok." "Put Pok.'
"Shlkawikl" and a dozen other
'.-kimo dirges His apj>cal seems
> be based on his essential
aearnes "He is one of us," said
.Irs. Stowiit, of 8. Sevastopol-
* rescent. Sickenlng-on-Sea.
Sharp Eyes Are Matching
OMii again I read that tne
Tower of London is moving.
at the rate of about half an inch
in eighty years, which makes St
Paul's a slowcoach. The Tower
will be halfway across Ihe river
before St Paul's has begun U<
come down Ludgate Hill. And b>
that time, says jolly Jack
Hopkins, with a light laugh, the
l aflk may be moving, too
In Hamming
rr>Hl. imprisoning of several men
a in Lisbon for taking off too
many garments in a heat-wave
minded me of something 1 once
i in an Irish town. A
TASSELS OF RHINESTONES
Houoewive*'
(illilJr
aid Pump-
sidi'ocalr

i
PL'MPKIN
IMS.C Radio
Pro^ruimni-
COOK BOOKS by 1 I
tiiiiriiiiAY h(xKS
ROBERTS & CO.-DIAL 3301-High Streel
V"l \MI (llrll\rM **.** rWg
ro MCHT AT
i.. ii
.KANOM
\\t i)M-l)Al .i a ...a *. s.
1HI K-IA *I UUI AIUSA2 Mtd tin
1EL SMITH tilt KING HIKTEKS
. 1 I B.W HIS
nni**> (luiiiiMisyggwa -# In '
rkwy **. MSst-Maga! taaMh mt
-Here's how to work It:
A \ V 1> I. n v A \ II
la LONGFELLOW
Ons latter simply stands for another. In this example A is aBSd
tor the three L'a, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos*
trophies, the length and formation of the words arr all him*
Each day the code letters are diff. rent
A Cryptogram Violation
O BCDF8 N U D USD, E R S B U P W I T -
BSGB CT RRCE MRS BCSB M 17 TL
k u a
Cr>plu4|Uoli-: WHAT BEAUTIIII.
LOVE FRUIT. V7HKN IT IS EXI'KWSIVK 1'ITERO
DiiinKiIrl by guKJ r*m'.jia Btnd.csi-
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-43
""-SSZffl!
ihe ground Hupen hum*, (oiajid
in-kiijilv to uvr hii fnrndi Billy
lump* Mlrly, though Gunme Go.il
dotui'i move. "Ouich. help m
pull her wy txlorr he Rrr- lahsfl
m ,- IM rjnh." tflri ,hr El
Bui R,iiv a tea bawiUm
ot t shi, BHsasg lh
-,cd m rh* ipln
ground 'hr hu I
lrr R,
Vi. reSfttlM -ilcly on '
hoiiKl* ' ... ,
4y tnyihini
in All; IV (The Garden) ST. JAMES
ji:ssk JAUBS"
im K.im
PLAZAom
Thrilling Dnnblr-llilir
Paul nonOBJD ki ami vot^uuc
-a "i ami at niuh
H'M.MIU .1,4 1HINSUA1 i aaS SO 9.
W-rn*. Action Thnll
IHSUI. IIVSN hi .'in- 1- .ii-iii
tiny boy came along the pavemen
in a bathlng-dxess. Two elder I.
women wotched hun. When In
had gone by one said to the othe.
They're alljiaked in this place
Said the second woman: "Sun
you'd think 'twas in Egypt yon
v ere."
Hi Wodgmtt
(*Onm Eyed Panther)
SURELY It wss an exaggera-
tion to say that 'The British
POSt Office is riddled with ven-
detta" Is the quiet young lady
liom whom you buy a stanu
1 ourishlng a blood-feud agaimt
the older lady who deals witl
Telegrams? Have they knives In
their stockings? Do they poison
the gum on newnpaper wrappers"
And, when things get too hot lor
vein, do they take to the Croy-1
hills and terrorise the inhabitant
CONTINUING TODAY 5 & 830 PM.
at the
PLAZA THEATRE
BRIDGETOWN
NSW WONMM FWM VMftNfR BftOt!
PKiOMWSlivtRUM,N0
a* .... ,ri. day aoaooN ~- "
WY GORDON
mm n
" DAVID BUTLER^.mXC&ZEi^^Tm'iTrSS*
THE TEST IS IN THE
TASTE... EAT..
J*R BREAD
DAILY
All the fluent in Bread and
Cukes baked Daily. You can
always count on the Quality
and Purity of mr Bread.
Next Attraction' (In Technicolor)
KKKOI, FLYNN in .
"THE ADVKNTl'KKS OK DON Jt'AN"
MADAM
FOR YOUR KITCHEN
taial-aisi.-* il. \luiiiiiiiiini and
Ini..... II..I Sinks
SIZES 20 Ins. x 14 Ins.. 24 Ins. x 16 Ins. 30 Ins x IS Ini
I .ii 21 Ins. x II Ins.
alo
Aliiisiiiiiuiii Sinks
comi'L:ti: hitii ur-unboards
Only S7X27 Kaeh
.. _.U ass
iiim rh* PMnienade Caorm>. oo
in Clow r>i-n. 11 M nwtni Th*
New. 11 10 p ! Me*I An.lnl> II IB
p m Muiir from Q) mi Ik.i.l i |l
P m Raaio Hr+irrml, I 10 p m MutK-j!
Mirir. f an {. .., Th, N-w. IKjim
l'* Nw from Hut. in. 2 IS p "
iporl. R"l... 1 Vi |> .-. ma KHMI*y
nd Ml. Music 1 < > m Bwllwn
A !? I)>ii< aanrkM ill vn PBC'
S.Mttah OnnMra. H 00 pm Mry
S"n ^ IB ! ,!,,. Pwadr.
o m P "
-no.lv a Up i i

Cricket RrpoM on W 1 <.-' South ot
>-, 1 i ... 4. n., Col""* B*
Writ lulu
Illpm OnlM J..I.. KM,. .
mil HI- OrrhOMrn < p m rrom th*
S .e i> .n. Un Um t'oiiunoii'iwc.iiui
10 10 p m lalaelud'. 10 IS p m BBC
"arlrty Orrhostra. to 41 p m Rcpoat
Trom Britain, lion ,. m From Ihe
nunrnmtf Cnncrrl.
CROSSWORD
H1- I 1
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1 1
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" --P3i
I. lliings iTSfli mi* *r*
mutter ol honour iMi
A word ki nun k ixl. iSf
II Scnouirxi)!* -.mm "ir-r rn'ounni
oroo I - luifmu' limn tne*. tS)
15, Mi*r Dy iiantl ( IS A Paciltc lewd. Hi
16, A SooicH one meona ra>n. 141
;a Bui ttii* ctiimtrt SOtU
warm wcnuiei i"i
;. Tnw u erious. 181
il. Liii ooro lor uogalU.
101
i. Portmiu i>iuit mt-..' u |Si
13. TTT- ()
sstsai
i. A pert disc |i*e* ablltiv. ti
i. Itcturu \ I. LIKle Nsnc. l3i
*. Caioo in snotBer *. i^i mu-
mout (0) b A u-.r. !
<> Drtiiaaand WeulT ol Uiem
iB>
1. foreianan mslnUln iDcm m
Uindoa. "I
S. Where one can rat braced, iv
SI
I IB. Mated dui nut la enca*. (Si
i 13. Keller win live IBU. ISI
i 17. Vou are ini* wueo aalrep iSl
jo. A female isi
I 4e)allM> Ot 1'iinaii pUMir 4i.-
l White a[; . IIone bull II A--.
, H di. 1.'. Trow IS H.I'
I" Kliiuilt IV Ff*n, IiiaUi. 24. Aalial, 1.1 ftccj 2* TotK*n
!">-.: I Whll, n. .: Hoar lro.1 >
-ootant 4 Yea, V tin. I Ortwa I
1 ua. hl BaMrj (ft Bt^ef 14
inirr. 10 I-Ulae SB -
Trasi*lrl4'liiin
Tnlfr a Irtter out of SHRUB
.bid pnn must hurry for the "Sub".
From CAMEL jusr a letter strike
And i/i-f d spier that you may Ilk.
Take n hitter from RENEW
A pretty bird come$ into vieu\
A letter out of TUBES will show
\ hwtan rh.if. tcifh health aaloti'
i latter lofeta out of LURED
A useful precept ifou'ne secured.
The teller* you have taktn out
Suggest GORE, wilhoui a doubt.
.. p**m.. uu.( uaii'i PU[a
: unq iia.n '#>eui 'jish i aeneien
GLOBE
II.IMMI I'lllSOVS
M \VF SKl.N THIS I 11 KM 1 I l:
IN 4 DAYS
TO-DAY S A H in
AND CONTINUING
iriarvel! Wonder! Gp!
SEE IT
Goi.llo R.or.d By Girl
Becomr\ Night Club
P.I . Ih.n U.
Uoilnd Gionl
ol Furyl
MIGHTY
JOEYOUNG
am 0Rf. em idhiso* i
THE BARBADOS COOPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
io-iiay Ml a tin
j.iil untiiiut.i*
I 'm\m I'artuliiif
I PICK Ann TODD
noxv
T4-I>AY 4 3U Only
Terntirrow I i and H.IS
Purumuunl Bin Double .
Bob mope
Jane HUSSKL
/#t*. I>ul<>hir.'
and
'Aif/ht Han m
t httusttntt
With
Edward G ROBINSON
Gail RUSSELL
TO-N1TE AT 8 311
A GRAND %'AKIETY
IIOVAI
TU-UAY -U.I Two Sh..
: ;j j. M)
2wh CpiiIuo Fox Double .
ARM
VMU WILDE
#*. II alls /
.It-rirho "
'I 0 h, ii ltd Hi,'
Emm"
wllh
Tun. CONWAY
Sieve BHODIK
OLYMPK
Ll To Shov.-. TO-DAY
4.4S a til
Final Instalment Columbia
Serial .
'.ttlri'ntiiri's ot
Sir Galahad"
George REEVES
Nelson LEIGH
William FAWCETT
Lois HALL
MOVIKS ARK 111 II I. K THAN EVER.
EMPIRE THEATRE
NOW SHOWINC AND CONTINUING
Matinee it Night SHOWS DAILY
^^ A GREAT SEVEN-STAR HIT !_________
MRS. PARADINE IS ON
TRIAL FOR HER LIFE!
ANN TODD
WILL HOPE SHE LIVES!
ONE OF THE SEVEN GREAT STARS IN
THE
PARADINE""
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KITCHEN CHAIRS
GALVANIZED BATH PANS
18 Ins; 24 ins; 30 ins.
GALVANIZED BUCKETS
10 ins; 14 bis.
COAL POTS
13 ins; 14 ins.
BUCK POTS
3-Gallon
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2-Gallon; 3-Gallon
PLANTATIONS LIMITED


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER S. IM
Premier(Trinidad) Oilfields
Extraordinary General
Meeting
(From Our London Orretpundri.t)
, L londi m
At the annual general mwtinK of Premier (Trinidad* Oil
tSnk k*5l-,held in L010" Mr. P. A. Ashmead-Battle tt
M.C.A.C.G.I, chairman and mariauin^ director*, presided"
and moved the adoption of the report and account*.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
i
Vi* AMI IUII\K
German Scouting
Recognised
LONDON
Tor the first time official recog-
nition has been granted to Ger-
man Scouting This was unani-
mously agreed by the International
Scout Conference It has aceoad-
l recognition as a member
Association to the Ring Deutacher
Pfadllnderbuendc which i^ | ftd.
eration ot three separate Scout
Associations in Western Germany.
Scout Groups started up in
Western Germain anorth after
the end of the war. Tim pummai
several German Scouts haw
visited t h i 5 country I
Jamborees and camps and British
Troops have been camping with
German Scouts in Germany
During the put two years a
number of German Scout leader-
have taken part in Scouters train-
ing courses in Denmark. Sweden.
Holland and Great Britain.
The International Scout Con-
ference Is composed of repre-
sentatives of the 47 Scout Ao-
riatlnm in the world. It is respon -
sibli for promoting throughout,
th* world unity of purpose and
common understanding in the
fundamental principles of Scout-
ing as founded by the late Chief
Scout of the World. Lord Badon-
Powell.
Scout experts from Trinidad.
Northern Rhodesia, and Pakistan
as well as from countries in Eu-
rope and the United States are
attending a conference in England
The 45 delegates, known as
Deputy Camp Chiefs are gather-
ing io discuss their work of train-
ing the Scoutmasters at Gil well
Park Training Centre, near Ohtnir-
ford. Essex, from Sept-nib ~7lh.
This is the first time that Rich
conference has l>een organised
oi tins scale
Stock Exchange
Was As Forccasl
LONDON. Sept 4,
The make up of today's Lon-
don Stock Exchange was generally
as forecast In the light of the
unnouneement regarding ihe re-
laxing at ah* switching ban
General movements were small
with a disposition to await a
lead from Hew York wh.n that
centre reo)>ens on Tuesday. Gov-
irnmcnt securities showed slow
deterioration throughout tho day.
but there was li'.lle stock actually
en offer. The main movement In
foreign bonds was in Chilean*
which Unithed flv* and half
points better at four on Other
South American bonds asm in-
clined to be harder and then- was
speculative support for Japanese
which resulted In rises of up to
two points. The Foreign Rail and
Utility markets were occasionally
easier. Oil shares wer* quietly
tlrm. There was a small but awl
sustained demand for coppers and
diamonds as well as for lead and
zinc shares
Renter.
Defence Effort* \at Enough
LONDON. Sept 4
North Atlantic Pact Deputies at
a Council meeting to-day declared
that the defence efforts of Member
Governments so far proposed were
insufficient and that "further effort
and sacrifice will be required."
Banter.
The resolution was carried.
An extraordinary general meet-
ing was then held to consider
resolutions approving agreements
with Trinidad < i*m>l Ml
t aim Tlii- N.n ..
Mining Corporation Ltd
auction af the capital from
Mou.omi. to 262.440. 12s.
Tue i hdinnan. addressing i h t
meeting, said' You will h.,
that the ebern* p
operations In Trinidad to be (-on-
ducted from January I last, as if
the amulgmnaUon bad been com-
pleted at that date.
The Oauraa I am you re'ate to the combined
cperating results (id the llx
I mi 30. 1950. of
Pramicr OIlAaida, Trinidad Con-
solidated Oilfields and that portion
of the National Minimi I
tlon's aaati j ng taken
over by Oat Premier Company The
lignres have not been audited, but
imputed from the monthl)
arcounts ret-eived from our Trini-
ia(i oflice
Production for the period
amounted to 202.730 lbs at the
rate of 405.470 lbs. a year com-
pared with the estimate of 400.000
(be.
The net prt.flt -r *
after alloarloi r. dapre-
ciati.m. amortisation and head
OWlOB cxpt-nriiture. but before
taxntion, appro\.:nate|v 41 -
000
Cash Heaouneat, The sui-plus of
. 8.402 arising from the amalga-
jmntion has been exceeded and
will be more than sufflc**nt to
take care of the expenses of I* a
scheme and the non-recurring
payments Incidental thereto.
The ensh balances of the Premier
and Trinidad Consolidated Com-
panies have steadily improved
during the recent months, assisted
by the spcc-lnl payments for past
oil sales which are referred to
in my statement at the annual
meeting and also In that of the
chairman of Trinidad Consoli-
dated OilhVhts
At July 31 last, the combine J
*ash of the two companies amount-
ed to some El24.000 This figure
does not include llic amount re-
ceivable for July crude oil sales,
which will be more than sufficient
io cover current operating liabili-
ties at that date.
It will be seen, therefore, that
C 80.903 to The
National Mining Corporation,
which Ihe scheme provide f >:
is more than covered by exist-
ing cash balances. It will be rep-
rantad on the other side of the
balance-sheet by valuable con-
rtuBTltlon m the form of a pro-
duiin,; Oilfield, U>scther with
plan), machinory and stores.
Our liquid resources continue
to improve nnd. all being well.
thev should be substantially In
,-xr<".> of the ftgure kivcii v above bv the time this payment
falls due.
You will have seen from the
circular letter that mnaamtnii
have been made, subject to the
amalgamation and arquls.it ion be-
ing approved by the members of
this and the Trinidad Consolida-
ted Companies for Trinidad
Leaseholds Ltd.. to undertake th
local management of the existing
oilfields and further drill in?
In concluding these remarks. I
nm please to report that the
proposals met with overwhelming
proxy support from the members
We have also received an assur
ance from the Capital Issues Com
mlttee that the consent of H. M.
Treasury is not required for the
proposed transactions
Tf- resolutions were passed.
I OF THE CANARY ISLANDERS -hore in By Stt' arb**r Pflirr Station ttmir nt land afJHM
rosslng the AtlsuUc la a 40 ft. boat
I\ew Chamber
Of Commerce
Planned For R G.
Cuiiary Islanders
Land For First Time
, From l'ae 1
Fmm Out '^" Corruptmdwi'
GEORGETOWN.
A DAW Chamber of Commerce
being planned for Britisn
Guiana according to Informed
Water Street circle* Main reason
that small businessmen feel
cigars from under his arm which
he shared to all the m W fact
was seeing, while passing a Joke
in Spanish.
majorlt) of thi
ii half-clean rufl
and pans*. One Of tu( of the ,>
.WOT* jackets and pull-over*
not adequate. .n f ,,., ^d ., ,,,,. s m
aadadon tiM ommilteos of the ian. American and Barbadia..
Georgetown Chamber of Com- money. From the Harboui
merce, and that their interest ,stadon Yard, they wan
are not batng fully represented lo t(lk,. ^n fcrouIul
by the Chamber
Labour Exchange
GEORGETOWN.
During the first year of opera-
tion of the British Guiana
Government Employment Ex-
change In 1945. more than 4.00"
unemployed workers were regis-
tered as compared with 3,100 in
1949 The service was notified
of 2.400 vacancies in 1945 as com-
pared with 3,100 In 1949. A*
regards the filling of vacancies
500 were filled in 1945 as com-
pared with 2,10(1 in 1949
The work being done by the
juvenile section Of th* BKenajIgJt
is of special Important
of the growing number of children
leaving school with little hope of
linding employment. Lack of
adequate accommodation ore
Thf W pat her
TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.51 aan.
Sun Sett: 6 07 pjn.
Moon (New) September II
Lighting: .00 p m
High Water: 8.54 pa 9.35
p.m.
KatntMll l ..dull-inn rill.
Total for Month to yeslrr-
ay: .19 In.
YESTERDAY
Temaeralare (Max! 9.0 F.
Temperature i.Mtai .S *
Wind Direction (9 ami f.
13 p-m.l N.N.E
Wind Velocity a mile- per
hear.
Barometer 19 a.m.! 29 935
(Smb.) naifc
of thei
I* ik:
Ml hark
CPl
until 4 30 a.m. Some
took the opportunity
letters while others carr
souvenirs to their Mu.uk
Manuel Reins, a nnvhan
cngmeet and the only one on
board the smack who speaks
English, said that II era i
time the men had druk
"A very excellent drink
The bread was nice too. and fur
above the standard of the Int.
of the Carjarj Mteda
Ta*ty Bread
The bread hci
Dd '! bsatr, laanuai -mti bul
in the Canarlaa, it ami -
and tasteless
Ha said thai they .t i
obliged to the people ol I
for the hoaptnsIM shown UaaM
hhi anu pun lhal i( r
went to Ihe Canaries, thl
I-- similarly treated.
Thr "Ilnrmas" .voul' I
port on Sunday without any of
its passengers setting ftxt on tin-
soil, but the. wan paid up through
repairs to the engiif. At the
rarliesi opportunity, the* will ie
fitini; s;nl for Vrtte/u.-l..
Transport
Services
Sink s iHi
IN BRITISH GUIANA
GEORGETOWN
Thi toUl net
trucking of the T< .
' our Depai Unent, Hi i:

.1 H .132,8
This was disclosed in Ihe
ment which h:is Iktii liinl OB tin
Mi W T P Pi il. qs, the Gen-
HJar, Kpl liris |i hi i^
,r proier comi
ihr i uf the varloua I i rd
104* can

deficiency includes as a bh^k Hem
unallocated, the lump sum pay-
..t v i do*
rvtoas s.i-
"minisalnii He
149 wee "a v u of
iifti. vltfa .id-ninistrilive
"hangi s. rcudius!

mi i |ulpm*nl naverth*!**! it
was .i year with much i
areas made and mon
band
To*
ah
vented the running of the Juven-
ile Section when the Exchange
LterlcVwaj stand m 1915 but i>
August. 1950. Ihe section
regi5U-..tioii for youlni
14 end 18 years uf age
the first two weeks o
tion of the Service,
larted
c'wd-n
With I.
opera-
19 vmiUis
were regltteradT and 11 of them
wore placed in Jobs.
Intercolonial Table
Tenais
iFtom Om <>"" CajTSsapnaiH*!
GEORGETOWN
Sixteen players have been asked
o stand by f'n i
paration for the lab
rabl* Tennis Series to be staged
in Trinidad The n (; team Ja an-
pec ted to leave about Sept 24.
RURAL LIBRARY
OPF.NED
C.EOJtC,ETO\VN
The Urtt Run I I
[an '.tn.r:.1 nrai by Hon E F. McDavid. CMC.
C.B.E., Chairman of the Library
Cornmltt** at Hague Village. West
Coust. Demerara. It i^ OM Rr*t
to be opened under the Regional
Library Fund. Total number of
Ixxiks on the shelve* ;it the |>t*ri-
ing was 550
1949 ...i- 4.3*1.097 M
i W.1T> i., nun Thar*
BSJ
it ot loaan
I
P nuer ml
i Mav 1,
1949. by I
class Mlh a minimum I
...
traffic x.e.-.i.ii the 1948
tlguie by $107,550. but this bi-
ll only Ji
montri opi
:,lti '
2jj4m. Adh ersc
Trade Balance
nsft* trade
d Jsmiar>
t. July. 1950 b $4,342,397 Ol
tt arsfl


. llh 124328,705 for 1949, ami
imports amounted to S31.4I2.611
as compared with S2fi.683.371 for
1. H paaj
tllUUKi.il
future wart by aem-
Council.
I Secretai)
> .
I g $.'087.^84 911
t .* t olonj a
i adoption ol the

. ...
litajimdiij Bx| i
totalling S378.29ST2 I B I
!949
-*u ..ir

K
in* t's a *l| in......
iliKh up on tin H-M .
u sufar which was rat
i' i approKlmaMy half I
.
01
to i tiada ant
K
I
!
| |

million in the value ' b
now thai 139.817
tons lass of thai i r* w*a
iiu i...>.',i i .
th* higher prlc* tnli
uneral H now obt*inlllf ir
(.aniida
expei la aiiiounteil t-
:-'.2B6.lll* ur $700,000 i,.
uiuiK th* aaana p
.nd rue anportl atnoiniic i t
-I.947.M42. .r $124,077 more than
tor the same perunl in. 1949
mportj ini
the seven months unt"
i am* Iron On U k arltl
n d other British possessionr
mm amounts
.'".ltd, *4 million c.eii way
' :; from foreign iiniHlli an
*r* II 148.396
Maenlnar] anm the lai
0B the uuport list, amounting t<
i million (H that mount;
Ug|] matiulactunng ni.n lii.:er>
com ITWJftT, agricultural
-.:
I KM II i OtJWI kinds
Of ni.iihincry $2,101,881
Nexl highest item Import** wM
r. I ulk from Canada. Besides
petroleum which coal siiiaiifli.
i hi., eoMon piece good* and ciik
n BfeTtal r*noh*d Uui million
......k The val......f the furmei
t.eing SI.7M.8SB .ind that of thr
Liter, JI. 191.609
tf.G. Weight-IAftvr Get* Dmgrm
Own
QEO
I

. Ilulton Griffith, hn-<

at the l.i i
ii let u it A r
IMS
Kiight-i.nnii nai iimi
ii arorJ m lb* H*dlti rr*n
- r i; \ f tlirci
i-nrs ago hi- st......I *1 the I on-
|i n Bchool 'if Eeononiit I
Ml MtillT at 8J0
AT
THEATRE
ROXY
A GRAND VARIETY SHOW
thi: mkiw of nun
fwillni VIADAMK IhH.KI'lt
LADIES!!!
INTRODUCING TWO
NEW TOILET SOAPS
HIIC
WEETHEART
UNBEATEN FOR FRAGRANCE
OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING
STORES
AT ONLY 15c. CAKE
TAKE HOME A FEW
to-ua r.
CAKES
I Sted attlta
lim I > p* Ik bo-l .. ... nao
J ....
) w.ia min> anani *"d
i-' IO tail*. lhy m
on s**nshMa] asM
IS **4 ***' '**
4 Kilkft'i Co'" ri.lt*. -
u.i, i>ni* Rtnai >.
Irld CO**., old and
r I.DD5.0 ENEKT FOR ALL WITH... KELLOGG S
Gliitciing. ipgnaBsl ghsl
MdajowHH n*adad just .i little
rrlndonnni njraad ovai trat |hi a, givt it a inornaM tt (fa
pOUdh il Ughll> la* RD laulllc" ini1",, pa]
Windc eric
I0RWSIC0W1.
Bjaaan sn*t
aiiMai*tnwK-ai tr
amuni" .
wSL
I ot aafet relief from N**al (atarili
uss 'MonthoUtum' Tail * luc-llijt li Iwlm. *Ihii put up intnlc
ihe noie. act* inUantly. Your vcrv
nesi hrcath carries cooling *apoim
light up thmutfh the n%e which open
up Ihe n*\jl p-ssjge' immediately
I rev hrcjlhinn i- raworad j"'t I"
hiejilim,"' M -antHir*
v
yOU itiii'ii ami chest M
..'
mon ooMinat i i
a jai ei lin til 'Mcnll i
W!.\U\i\UilMWlW
ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-IUM
48. Hoxn 00c.
WK ARK Pl.K.\Si:l> TO ANSI'! v I
thnt wc arr iiiiv,. .ir.mi in : MrittM t>
Supply thr Inllnwii. . .
PEACOCK k BICHAN ll(l.(0TF'
K..1 KiKilinu Paint $0.17 p EXTERIOR FOREST GULW1
suceiully prepnn-d lor the tropics
& S7.M per trullon
Secure Yours Early as Wc tlnK bsW*
A Limited Quantity
,, I
DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO. j
ITD.
"ECKSTEIN BROTHKKS
Bay Street MlfanVaTl


PAGI Hill:
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
II i:si>a> -I I'll MBI'.R V l5"
BmwsjakjmtMTE JAP AX NEEDS PEACE
,.'. Cm., i '
I -i.. UMl'Uf
Tuesday. September 5. 19311
Relief For Aiiliifua
THK paopli h*vg bevA hof-
riHexl by the news of lb* destruction and
damage caused by the hurricane which hit
Antigua last week
As a thanksgiving fur their own escape
II want to cuiiti ihute u> the Antigua
Relief Hurricane Fund which this MW-
paper is starting to-day.
Antigua has been mure than doubly un-
fortunate. Two huge tires caused thou-
sands of dollars property loss within two
days of each other when the Globe Hotel
and the Secretariat were burnt. Hardly
bod these disasters ceased when the .v. i-i
storm in 73 years struck and did much dam-
age. And now as a result of the must
recent hurricane, thousands nf people are
homeless and at least one million dollars
worth of property has been lost. Suffering
and luss have been widespread.
Antigua among other islands in tin- lee-
wards has been described as woefully poor
The economic life of the colony has been
the cause of much anxiety. The ravages
of a hurricane travelling over 100 mi!es an
hour have added to the d'stress which the
people have been suffering. Children are
cryim; and begging for food. They have
need of clothing. Field officers, welfare
workers and the Red Cross are helping but
there is much to be done. There are hun-
dreds of Barbadians in Antigua and in
helping those who need succour we might
be helping our own also. But even without
these ties of kinship the need to contribute
is urgent on humanitarian grounds
Barbadians have never failed to be char-
itable to their neighbours in d: .tress. They
have been fortunate to have been spared
and the measure of their thankfulness will
be estimated by the effort which they now
make to succour the people of Antigua. This
is a duty which we cannot escape. The
Advocate in co-operation with the banks
will receive money and publish ckDOW-
ledgments of donations
At the Y.M.C.A. preparations are being
made to receive clothing, foodstuffs and
gifts of all kinds. An appeal is being made
to business houses to give packing cases
and arrangements are being made to ship
supplies into Antigua by the very first
available opportunity. The news from
Antigua is sorry reading. Anything that
you can do to help do to-day. Give money,
give clothing but gfre generously to help
those whose plight deserves your sympathy
now.
formation
LETTKRS from readers rthing tins news-
Eaper give full WOW '" lb* arguments which
ave been consistently put forward in these col-
umns that the hurricane warning system is un-
satisfactory Thf absence <>f bad weather durinr
the late cautionary warning allowed a certain
amount of information to be circulated in certain
parts of the inland
But even without had weather many house-
holder* were unaware either that a hurricane
was expeclcd or later when all danger from hur-
ricane had passed.
In spitu of continual pleading for wide In-
formation and. the publication of dally bulletins
(free of charge) In this newspaper, the policy of
the Government seems tu be not to give any
tniirmation about hurricanes In the area unless
those hurricanes are likely to reach Barbados
Such a policy has the merit of avoiding panic
and fear which might contribute lo the devasta-
tion of a hurricane.
But Jt is based on the conception that the people
cannot be trusted to look after their own Inter-
ests. Only the authority responsible for dissem-
inating hurricane information must decide what
and when to release to the public
This policy does not breed confidence. Nothing
short of late dally weather reports published in
the daily Press and posted up in post offices and
churches and other public places, on an island-
wide basis will remove fear and despondency.
At present half-garbled talk of hurricanes com-
ing and going abounds. Secrecy has paid no
dividends. Only information will.
In the
that has stripped Japan of its
t'.S Occupation for, one un-
ol Oeeeral MacArthur'.

the enormous task of lifting
Japan off the American taxpayer-.*
necks.
To comprehend the StM Of Ml
n is progressing rc-mark-
'iiu.l Know a hllle
the day. live years ago.
MacArthur arrived at Atsugi
Airport'
,....! fallen ;'
cent at the wartime
ptek. Our ae. la) bombs and naval
.illy destroyed Vi
imtrjra brAiatrlai
n capacity and matcri-'-
her third Million*
. itpl'-.iiicir
hurtan slave labourcii
. i *ne eoal mines.
' '
- left of
ipans railroads. Eights
i..| business I
f ..,K
The Itavj had sent to the
Japen'i mam
: i. venue. it* ii.erehatlt
n had destroyed all hope
. country's once fabulous
ik export trade could be ro-
amed There was a wild inflation.
,nd Ihe traditional method ->t
tcttng remained.
It was a farcical rite in which
man with money made a private
| with his tax-collector ami
ughed up only a token payment
ease and starvation covered the
Todav the Japanese govem-
nt operating under a democra-
. constitution written by Japa-
- has been led back to a point
icre i w within S250 million a
ar of solvency and mis
B HUB ( ONSllllM
D Japanese whe'e there
72 million five years
;.go. Japan's Empire and its re-
lources are gone, and its teemliiK
ra in a countr*
smaller than Californiaand with
MXth of it fit for
nun.
I is quickly restored in
he Pacific, and the long range
plans of MacArthur and his econo-
mists bear fruit. Japan no longer
wilt be a financial drain on us after
the fiscal year 1953.
The nation's heavy industry is
back to 60 per cent of its wartime
peak With the destruction of the
Zaibatsu. the closely held euper-
corporaUou which monopoliz-1
: most facets of Japan's
economy frre enterprise is
nourishing The Americans have
stopped the old Jap trade practice
of .tumping cheap products on
world markets Jap manufacturers
must turn out better products and
compete mote ethically In world
trade.
Unemployed silk workers have
turned to the ruing cotton textile
trade of Japan India. Pakistan
and other aterl ig area countrle>
hat hove U\ an trading with
Japan are takinR such Jap pro-
ducts as steel, r. ihoad equipment.
ships, hydro-eta* inc power equip-
ment, industrial machinery elec-
trical supplies and the like. A
visit by the Emperor to Japanese
coal areas (a move prompted by
Mac Arthur, and extra food ration*
resulted in a wide spied replace
merit bv J Manchurian and Korean miners.
Theretofore the Japanese con-
sidered himself too good to work
below the surface of the earth
The recent dispatching of the
Urst post-war Japanese trelnhtei
to Seattle oprne.' another phase of
the country's recovery. It the
ch a U S
aerty !>< ember, lMi
Kight now it coals Japan $254
ntUUoa a year to hn.
' 'uppiiig for its exports.
We have more or less weaned
economic ful
i directed
tu the tterlioj
Bui if th<- conununbrts complete
their seizure oi the 'rice bowl" o:
Am., the hope of such
will have to In* deferred. And
-ill continue to come
from U. 8. c'ove manufacturer*
fls.i canr.. urns am
* theis who don't want to compete
-oods produced by Japan')
comparatively cheap labor.
The yen, by the way. Is backed
by neither silver nor gold. It l
ga of Ma
'WCupatKin. and it about
as sound as anv current, la
woih' today Until the Kor
ycai. a tremendous help to the
Jai anese, as is. of course, the
feet that Japan does not have U
maintain a defense force.
Japanese taxes roughly reflec
S tax system
maajnitudi
Unemploytra nt ha
5un.o(W iii a working field of N

K rouble, laboi or
bolilened b* the presence oi the
Anu-iir.i ... i.* kicking out com
munlst infiltrators by the tons. All
Japan needs is peace in Asia
Under Mae Arthur, it is headed
toward the Urst balanced budget
of its history. If it had not beer
for the Korean war. Japan's al
ways valuable loursl trade woulc
have begun v< icblossom this sum-
mer hastening the day when we
can present to the world the pic-
ture of a conquend country lifted
hack not only to friendship an
trustworthy independence, but
orveney ins.
THE NEW
III
In 1938 B Presidential Commit-
e described the South as "The
utlon's economic problem No
looking
head, hail the South as "the na-
, .' teonOfl k opportunity No
Thev haw the r optimism on the
cord of progress within I
ling all phases of
if,- in the South. Hint thev Mel
thai the future holds almost
mitless peaaJMHtaal
The OUtfa If a.- 1 on the way
i ifhlernu economic indepen
dence. It U expanding Industri-
ally. It Is developing an Beat
rreasmglv attractive market with-
in ii own region it i* bringinu
new technique* lo agriculture.
Where industrial New England
i. declining, the South is grow-
ing H hi rich n as yet untapped
resources, human and material
Its forests are making the South
a great wood products center Its
climate, farmlands and minerals
re opening: new vita of oppor-
tunity.
Dr John Ivey. Dlractoi of The
Board of Control for Southern
Regional Education, envisions the
South of the Future as the poten-
t>;il iiulustii.il centa Of Aniencii.
The poSStbUHlSS are limitless,"
nd Ivev. "Industry in die North
god Middle West is based on coal
glD oil H an energy base.
,rfn and if that base is exhaus-
ted, the center' of industry may
shift to the South, with Its un-
limited hydro-electric power.
Such a transition would affect
the type of community housing
public schools, housing and health
Tries, in Ivey's opinion.
He sees the trend of decentra-
lized industry In the South a*
continuing. Thus the South will
gVOld 'he evils of greatly cen-
tralized Industrie! such as exis:
in the big cities of the North
The whole pattern of life In
the South already U changing
These changes will continue, in
Ivey*! view, as the South of th^
future bases its economy on water
power and the use >r agricultural
producU as the substance of in-
dustry.
Someihing of the same bright
future Is painted by the Middle
Bv MALCOLM JOHNSON
Soulh -res development pro-
gram, promoted by four individual
*ectrjfl Utilities to publm/e tli
advantage* of the three Mid
die South states Loutatana,
Arkansas and Mississippi.
The Broad purpose of th>-
campaign is to stimuliile the eco-
nomic development of the area
DJ promoting industry, commercv
and agnculture. In a series of ad-
i DM the Middle SouUi is
described as a great "econo.ni.-
(rentier"
The work is typical of th-
spirtt of the New South. That
Bpiril was reflected by "two youni
men In Mississippi who work fo.
the State Agriculture and Indus
try Board.
Discussing the problems fncinn
Mississippi and Ihe rest of the
South, the young men looked al
each other, grinned and said:
"Hell, we haven't got SBBge
enough to know we can't do '">-
thing We are Just dumb enough
lo think that any prob'em we
have can be solved somehow. Oui
Idea is to go ahead and tackle It.
even when they say it cm'! hj
done." W
One of the utilities! backing the
Middle South development pro-
gram Is the New Orleans Public
Service. Inc. Speaking of ihe bv
portanco of the port of New Or-
lea. s in the South's economic ad-
vancement. J. M. Jennings Jr., of
that company pointed out that it
Js the second port in the US
(New York is the first) In the
value of export and import trade.
.; is estimated. Jennings said,
that 10 cents of every dollar spent
in New Orleans can be traced t'.
the port's activity.
The commerce that funnels
through the port of New Orleans. '
said Jennings, "comes from the
mill continent region, ono of the
world's greatest producing area ,
Bartending from Denver on ID
west to Cincinnati on the east mi
from Canada to the Gulf of Mex-
Other cities and secllons of the
South are promoting progress
through various forward-lookinr
schemes. In Birmingham. Ala
ii mention only one, a commltte*
of loo business men organized t<
help bring new industries to tin
area
In \! Lee. negro business leader aii'
author, sees evidence of furthci
ImprOVSniSwl in racial democrac-
in the South die South's economic relaUons U
ihe rest of the nation can h>
readjusted."
"In gas past," says l.cc. ar
i loquent spokesman for his race
"the poor whites have fought th>
|Mx>r blacks for the right to scrap<
ihe sides of the bottom of the
iconotnic pot".
Lee said:
"The South's economic an.i
poUttcel future dOSS no! I
on legislation, but also on ihe pro-
gress of interracial team work
Of negro leaders who must line
ways to reduce the provocation
of those in the ranks to the min-
imum, without sacrificing thi
essentials of self-r*spect.
"Negroe.. must cooperate with
that growing element of the
White South who are standing ur
for justice of human relationship
and the way will he Maze*
toward* gentle improvement"
DeepttS gieat gains, the South
realizes Uiat it Is still behind th-
reat nf the nation economically
It realizes that it has grave
I <>i,|,-.Tl.
The South has its bigots, dema-
gogues, hateinongers. But South-
erners feel that they have n
monopoly on them. Other sec-
tions also have their "lunatic
fringes" end their "tobacco road"
areas.
In short, modern Southerner;
feel that they arc not too unlike
the rest of the country in advan-
tages and disadvantages. Thev
regard themselves as part of the
national economy They know
thai backwardness in the South
is a drag on the whole nation
By the same token, progress in
the South I* reflected elsewhere
That the spirit of the Nov.
South, it was only a dream when
Henry W. Grady spoke of it mon
than sixty years ago. Today that
dream is being fulfilled, as thi
Old South gives way to the New
I.N.S.
AUSTRIA'S SLEEPY"
COMMUNISTS
H Mill-tin Si..in
VIE! A.
HERESa wporl ri IDOfiOO I than am>
I'oniniMS in th- world.
They in the Austrian bu-.ii thi
iclchische KommunisiiM-hi Paiiat- centered
mostly in Vienna.
Maybe too many lazy Strauss wait;.* have
In D tha starch out of thiin. but
;he reason they aren'i much IK.' than
urethren elsewhere whin ii oonaa to l:bo.r
lots or street scraps.
Thi v'cl rather slnii aonffl Una
uaChW. and when they iiuirh
i.aphazard cadence, us Ihaugh ih.vd ralhei
I ;nn4 beer.
Their biKKest show ol "ioicc" III
x months was a rash ol 'Hands oil K M
ins painted on walls and sidewalks. Tha. |
,ndeil abruptly after Vienna's mayor asked'
them lo mind their manners.
Not that Austria's rU-U ai.nl poUntUUly
i.inKerous. A Chancellory spokesm I
why Austria's nativ- Conimumsls ppMPK
io relatively docile, replied:
"Don'l let them fool you. They re as
docile as rattlesnakesthe ones 111
\:ilhoul lirst spittinx '
For one thing, these 100,000 have a sense
of security that Beds in France or Italy dr
not have. There are 44,000 Red army troops
on Austrian soil. No need to bellow then
lungs out fo. "rights" when three Army
dWfimu MM 'here to see that they get them
Still, they arc mild almost beyond belief
On Mav Day they gave the right of way or.
Vienna's Ringstrasse to their most bitter
enemies, the Socialists.
While thousands of Socialists filed by,
hour after hour, the Communists cooled their
heels without more than a murmur, finally
foil into step when the last Socialist had
passed on.
The Kcd press goes In for screaming anli-
Americun headlines and the usual vicious
slander, but gives equal space to non-politics
such as sex crimes. Their editors pay more
attention to high-brow editorials and "in-
lellectual" battles than lighting the Marshall |
Plan.
Austrian Communists probably Mmd
fewer delegates to international meetings
than any other group. Their youth organiza-
tion, the "Freie Oesterreichische Jugend" is
more interested in camping than emulating
their heavy-stomping colleagues in Ger-
many.
The 100,000 card-carrying Communists aro
augmented by another 100,000 party liners j
who, altogether, represent 5 per cent of the
Austrian vole and about 3 per cent of Ihe
total population.
Their leaders are all Moscow-trained, dyed-
in-the-wool Communists but not one is known
as a "fanatu'." Their big advantage is that
they have the chance to work side-by-side
with local Russian occupation officials who
are known to be doing a lot of the "dirty
work" that otherwise would fall on Viennese
shoulders.
Top man is 5I-yeur oid Ernest Fischer, a
former Socialist editor who jumped over to
the Communist during the war, rode out the
lighting in the Kremlin learning the Stalin
way.
Fischer is one of live Communists in Parlia-
ment. He spends much of his time orating,
writing plays and poetry. A recent Fischer
plan panning Tito folded on Vienna's Com-
munist stage after a short run. Even the
critics on the Communist papers in Vienna
swallowed hard.
There already is talk that Fischer would
never survive as leader if Austria fell into
Russian hands. He's too "Austrian." For one
thing, the man likes Mozart and Schubert too
much.
And that, apparently, is also an inherent
weakness of all his colleagues.INS
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SCOTTISH
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him:mil ii si on ii u iiisht
A Favourite at
(all the Leading
Clubs.
?
Ask for SCOTTISH
CREAM WHISKY al
Your Grocer.
Charm-School Boy
mm inaiiiiis sayi
Ht bully iiom:
j.clure- postcard
Helen Brito, i
Ki'iduate.
culle
Charm
named
School
THEKE swum to l>e only two So the Charm School H
schools of thounht on tin- Marled to sort of furcc-reed thei
subject of juvenile delinquency; Mie essential* ot deportment
the no-nonsene school which
maintains thai every teenage The school tuts been a larrui*-
mughle ought to b* put behind i-ig success, and one reason u
bars until lie sumiurs down to n tout the teachen encourage each
reasonable facsimile of Lor*: girl to pick out a movie actress
launtleiuy, and the Mgy-do It lor a model and to mimic bar In
school which operates on the manner and mode.
tneory that our scrappiest ado i
rcntt can be made to straighten Tins, of course, i* dangerous *ounta movie hero.
up and fly right by the appUca- i-rocedure. but the directors A fcw months later w complete
,ion of a little psychology, syin justify it on the around that Wai his reformation that he help-
1 athy and soft toap -speed Is of the essence if these | decorate the recreation centre
Uurricane Warning
To ihe Editor, The Advocate
accurate information Iron.
sik.Your leading new* nrticl'" Barbadian who simply used hi*
. Jy*?i5I^uy- S*P*"ber !<. common sense and knowledge of
e,o.r,oeS,h,o,,.,urno ^XZttSUTBjBr^ !-'-'!" <"'
Kn-'ya STSLS^ S "* * <-'-
i ot only joined the project, but Although this house is situated
enrolled, in the Charm School not more than 200 yard
in.der cover, packing food ai
clothes and so forth which ne
not be done if there ii merely
did in fact, re.eive perfectly hurrii-ne in the vicinity. POt
-he latest information about the
storm*
f\e fonn me that the storm had gone
off northwards and that there
was no danger. This gentleman
was more useful than the whole
of the elaborate hurricane me
.here, a* part of full treatntenl ,^he main Spelghtstown Bndaa- chanism which has had such
-iggcated he emulate his town road, we knew nothing publicity of late.
until warned by
MUM lound in his We
to tell us. 1 -nay nrane
.II i
lor the big Hallowe'en shlndis.
'-ml on the night of the big part>
.- i- a model for all to behold.
Except
-icksllde
for one spectacular
=L=E ZL'SHlLlrSLSrJZ'S' ^WJW^SThSV^E zt
Well, not being a crtralnologbl k-ds are to land jobs
I'm not going to take tides In this mid they further assert tli
squabble over Iron ban veraui br thes hastily assembled Qreei
candy bars. Garsons and Joan FOMalnei havi
n ^ ('one right well for thefnselves
But as a charter prTnVfT U
the old Hudson Duster gang, I'd In fact the Chaiin School has
like lo report on a new crime- heen such a success that (uiiti
crimping organisation which few boys have enrolled aloi.
fccems to be having pretty good atda ihe girl* Including one down and when handed the prize
Juek in combating juvenile Terry Black, who last year was big floppy Tejrly bearhe
JopeYtM by substituting Ihe kind voted as least likely to succeed hustled right off lo present it to
word for the kick, and the wait/ by a numbar of prominent police "j>'e-' 'rito.
or the warden. .fflci-U. ., ,hc WBy howew, one o(
Of tlic many group activities Terrv lei.der of a irmiin ftlie 'oung lh present made
jponsomi by tins project, my t^SSu^Sam\ tJ^n%^Sff^^i^^^-JP>S2:t
favourite u one called the t^ slollP,, wlndowl of ,he pro. upon Terry swung -'
Charm School. Soon aftei the J,.,.,', racMatlOB cantra and
fOt under way. its tors saw that they had to teach sport5 equipment
the girls of the slu< i neighlour- Thui of course, wasn't lh
hurricane
tomeoue who
car at 8 a.m.
mention that the only time
ever sec a policeman is whan,
once in a while, he appears and
asks to sign our name in a book
to prove that he ha* visited us
Nobody in Sweet house Village
had any accurate information
now know that the htir
never was coming.
lly if it is about to strike the
island.
S. CUNLIFFE-OWEN
l-ittle Batallvs,
St Peter,
Sept. 2. 1850.
Storm \\ in aing
To, The CdUor, The Adtwatr.
SIR.Kindly allow me through
With A Tropical
THE CORRECT IIEAII WEAR
FOR THE HOT DAYS AHEAD.
Select Yours front the following . .
Covered in White at ............. -121 Each
., Khaki at ............ 4.5C Each
. Silk al .............. 5^ Each
Da I'O.ST A A Co- Lid.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
When it came to the apple bob- " "o* li *t0 T.!* m,,os wlll onIr
n. ,ml,.., TVrrv U.or, T fnl i'W1^- "\}hCK lhftl "* *'"<' When a 1U
but your columns to highly MOWMOd
those who arc responsible for the
issuing of hurricane warnings in
fia West Indies, and especially
Barbados, as it Just puts on* OB
netrective fuss and inaccurate ,nelr KUa^. o as to be able to
rumour w a s apparently lor lP"re for such eaergancwa
nothing and this crying of wolf. wl**n 'he time arises.
only winds of storm force
up to "5 miles per hour. In
England we often have winter
gales of 90 miles an hour and
take no notice of them All the
that a hurricane of colossa!
dimension* was making straight
for the parish of St Peter which
it would hit at 10.15! (It was
then 1(1.05 and pleasant weuthei
with the sun shining).
hnve the result that
rricane really docs hit
island no one will have
taken heed of the warning.
In bygone years. I am aura
.vould have been proud to get
Mich warnings, because It mlgh-1
rot, would have only lessened the
I understand the warning flag casualty and house-destroying
went down in Bridgetown about list, put stock*, which are sc
10.15 Why didn't it stay up there valuable to tha poor people In
for at least another hour? .nis community would get the,
chance of being saved, before they I
In conclusion I would like to '* washed down the river
emphasise that in order to allay
rumour and the panic that fol-
lows in its train, it is not sufn-
Severnl Ashing boats were out
ith hit right They knew nothing, nur did sorn<
and the junior miss, considerably friends who had driven all thf MiifjiiaaMai mat in oraer to anay w. __ nin_ _,_ ._ ,,
stunned went sprawling on the way from Oovammenl Hill rumour nnd the panic that fol- .J", a.8 '- .. ~ZL.J.'. 6
--.......' -"er- gracious "behavior Wmigh, ex- &S$. ^ ^ iJff^SSSmM TL p^^ ^^S -"' S^d ; |
thev were tocoanpi I ona Of i*ct from an honour student at and direction of the storm are rYoperty. we must appreciate thau <
fully for jobs and husbands with ,., |nilkl, ,|,. rhnnn School But acconi- church belbj arc no UM as what is required, posted up I
I. B. CLARKE. 5
TRPATS
Canadiat. I
Sugar Cured B3Con
Kipper in Ting
Salmon in Tins
Fish Calm In Tins
Fish Buprtma In Tins
Pilchards in Tins
Herrings & Tomato Sauce
Empire I Tn h Daily)
ML'ATS
Ox Tongues

<>x Hdnea
Hams in T I II Rltf
SPECIALS !!
FRrrrs
.lilce in Tins
Prunes in Tins
Strawberries in Tins
Apricots m Tins
Gooseberries in Tins
Rhubarb In Tins
|lla,-kt"erries in Tins
Grapes in Tins
i h. i Gold Braid Rum
|l Hum
Sandeman's WaMi
Snndeman's Gin
Brandy
Guinness Stout
MacEwan's Beer
I
Crown Drinks 7 Flavours
TaSbf Bakery Treats
the fillies of the stylish nei... ,,.,. ,,. tm. ...jehers It really wasn't they" ring at all sorts ,,f Odd prominent positions where every-
bourhoods. they needed some and he succeeded, partly by selliru( Terry's fault the movie star he times for early service nnd so one can rend them This would
(oneentrated tutoring In such thi tlonal had picked as hb forth also save an enonnoos amount Tudor Bridge,
matters as make-up. poise i the project, but prill- Humphrey Bogart. Why cannot a bulletin bo put of time and labour putting St Michael.
how to dress. (pally by introducing him to a L.E.S. In the post office windows giving shutters up. getting animals September 1, lt&O.
J. it lir -ii .v i \KV^
H o n it
M I llll -I M -Ml IT i
1 It its.
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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 195d
BARBADOS AI>VOC ATE
PACK FIVE
33rd Annual
Report Of
Civic Circle
A mil. 1ST 1MSIST MM.' II
1950
l...i.iHi.. Ma4r I .-
rafaara... Mi. Hl.,.a
eraafalMiMl*. Hiitin V-....
VIM rr*>tarl-Ml i.,.i *
M,. U.U*<
ftfn, ...!
IMIIMINS AIIIK PLAYING I III It
in-ie.
Mr* n B..I
A T >.i
OatSa Wall.
Th Circle It p'eased to
announce that Mrs Savag* has j
kindly consent*! to become a
Patroness.
In Octot>er 1MB. Miaa Kthel
San demon, who had been Hon
T>. sure, f i naore tt-an thirty
yeara. resigned The Circle wishes
in place on rec ml Miss Sander-
son's yean, of unseiush and effi-
cient work, and to assure her of
Its admiration and esteem Mb
Audrey Skimn- Ball
apimmtcd Treasurer in her stead
Wurk I i.dirliki ii
ipsrvtslan oi id U s
In Bridge-
town, the |j... s .< E
ad uu Garri
'
Mangle, um land In fron:
of the Spirit Bond
k in i
the garden of the Houm-<
Centre
'A constant watch b kept on I
the growth of Outdoor Advert..,- l
ins. bills and advertisements an
removed Iron walls. Unas, .
in the CiBiTison district. Bav '
M Marri i
Square, Nelson'* monument and
Ihe Fountain Gurden.
Sea well Airport I
The Circle was asked, in Aprl |
1949. by Ihe Manager of Seaw- i
Airport to lay out and beautify
the erounds. A Commitii-i- eon
SiStlng of Miss Young. Miss Arthur
and Miss Manning begun STOrk,
and a certain amount of plonlni.:
was done. Kciuisition Dm
gardener and tools wore submitted
to the Manager. Soon aft* rward
Government decide! to enlarge
Ihe landing Held, and the Com-
mittee's work baa, thtrefore, iieen
ausnosided until alterations to tho
Airport are completed The Circle
is of UM opinion that 8Will i
Uuj proper place for Ihe planting
Ol all Avenue of Renu'nibr.ince'
to commemorate the men who fell
In the last war.
Garrison
The Turf Club has built well
designed toilets in Ihe Qn OB
lot the i. .nvenience of crowds who
attend Race Meeting's The Circle
intends to plant more Franglponl
and Bougainvillca around, and
generally to beautify the area.
Much work has been done in the
Garrison during the past year. At
the back of Block A. trees have
been planted, and a purple bou-
galnvlllea hedge will take th..
place of an untidy coffee fence.
This work will be continued until
the. area, is well plauted and well
Many trees have been plants I
around the Garrison, QUTM Ol
being Ficus nitida (Evergreen
trees!, to replace those which have
died.
In April 1949, the Circle was
skod U> suporttitond tin weeping;
gleaning and cutting ol grass at
Si. Annan Court, and one* again
ttie Cuvle is responsible tor th-
upkeep "( this area.
U.
Military Cemetery
The Circle notified the Govem-
ment that the temporary crosses,
erected by the Royal Engineer*.
over the graves of men who died
during the war were In bad con-
dition, and .t asked whether per-
manent crosses for these graves
were likely t" be sent here t
the Imperial War Graves Com-
mission. If there was DO likeiihoo I
( cri*es being sent hero for .;
year or two. the Circle suggested
that Government should have UM
temporary crosses retired or re-
placed Since Government had no
information as to how ^
permanent crosses were HJV.
be sent here, the Colonial
Engineer has repaired
temporary ones.
Fountain (iarnen
The Fountain Garden has bee-i
cleared of IMtt of 'bi pelms an I
uuU and M>" to !5
layout of Trafalgar Square, until
U1U. occur, no fresh planting can
be done. Water lilies have, how-
eve, been planted In the basu
>the fountain. The Circle strong y
Attraction of this garden while It
awaits improvement.
Queen l*ark
Many alterations and improve-
ments have been effected by the
Churchwarden, and the thanks of
tue community ore due to him for
Ms good work at Queen's Park
The lake has been mended, anu
when filled it will once more be-
come a beautiful feature of the
Park. The Circle is trying to
plant more annuals and shrubs
. ,,i, urill xnhsnrp Ihe beauty
238 Venezuelans
Came Last Month
V ~
T the
I > inonin
at Sen well last montn i

Which arrived
Daoea who osspefted
..dit One iho.is.inj and aighi>-
ii* e arrived in July MM 1,1 ll
.eit.
INnm loiR \i\st en..
tamyal imitt
iving, James llrathuaiu .. i:
-vilolphus benskiii of I
Wales Road. Bank Hall an.
..'.uited by the Fell*
with the theft of bottle >
treats from tin I
M.ivei i iiik H .
...an 4) Jul)
MAJOR IF. RAtVMNS of RoCB I
ley ci.rist i hui
d in ai I

hrtei Chun h ai
I
A bh vcm owned i". U*
i i ridden b
Murray get i Hint*, wai
J IXKIBIl Mlll.Xg rsj ti..:
it the Qenerel Hospiu.
.er Um neek-end for Injurtee,
the Police were infetmed ihn-
..illar ttempetd to board a 1ni
. ong rfnehuflti Btnm erluja
ipped end fell
lie ia:
I Michael.
\ mi vt i B, wned
by Gordon lull ul N
i (leorice. w .i imashed in >"
. oi Ideal esonsj laltei Road B
eanje, ovei Hv
invomd In
ie motor van M-l'I IT.
of Ivj
Land, si Michael and driven bj
iderlva] Weefctei of *T<
Sti -48. owned end di
coi., Itradshuw ol SI. Judes.
OF THE SIX T It A I 1
(IFFK.N'f ES rccoi.lci
IBt week-end two IMd ,
ctwtand i.'i .hiving wllhoul dm
! .IP.'I gtll
Chargei win i
lun eveh-t-
i n rehg wHhoul Ugh 11 lamp
the iiotii while i
iliurgc l roi i it MV
rear lamp.
-put MoniK OAA ..
turned along Liwe
itoud. St Philip reeei
i as extensively "*" iBfJ
Uonel Burton of
Toad Is the owner It was being
nvcii by Percy GriflHh of Rtx-k
l.all, St Thomas
USUAU.V When UU Mhoolr.
are on vacation the Princes-
Mice Plnvlng Held I. keoi iPtlve
THE MANY
USES OF
ZOTE
SPONGES
Usefc- !'-. ful n. ihe Home ,
Spongea that lap op wetei s..ft '..'\l..n'il rin
Fcr -.ii'i- Iwm .i am iii-m n /i>Ti:
Knights Drug Stores
0m0llis #00*Hour
BY JOHN WHITE
THESE TWO PICTURES of th Princ"- Allco PUytng Field
flttrnrtlve Uic R*f Grounds looked before Uiey officially becnn
they look today
'how Ul value
plsylng field'
of Trees In a
Bottom plrtun
icture shows how
ml looking almost
htch will enhance Ihe beauty
the Park
St. James* Branch
The SI James's Branch of the
Civic Circle continues Its good
v rk A band Concert was gi\.
., :h. ^rounds of the Holetownl
Monutnent \*s\ month, wfa
well attended The Branch ln-|
tends to give con I
nd to provide seatinH
nccomniodation for those who
Pttond. It hopes to extend Ud
beautify the Monument gro-ndf
In the not distant future
St. Petar'l Branch
Rector Is
Vestry
Chairman
Rovd. *; L C. Mandeville. new
ly appointed Rector of St. Michael,
presided over u meeting of the
Vestry of St Michael for Ihe BM
I i reeterday Ha waa welcomed
by Mr. BrUOt Wcathcrhead.
Churchwarden, who maalflng on
behalf of the Vestry said that Uu y
were very happy to have him M
their Chairman.
Mr. E. D Mottlcy supported Mr
Weatherhead's remarks. He bold
the Dean that he was Oiling a
place that had been filled by
many distingui*hed men in the
past. Civic duty to the community
was so allied with Christian .mil
spiritual duty, said Mr. Mottlcy.
that It was difficult to se.
them.
The Bi'hop of Barbados hud
shown that by his valuable contri
button to civic life, and they wen
all convinced of the necessity for
spiritual guidance of those who
were members of civic bodies
He would find that meetings of
the \Y 'iy of St Michael were not
always calm, but he would also
tind that when the meeting waa
ended member, leparated with
feeling of animosity against each
other. He hoped that he (M
Mottley) would be long spared to
continue to give service under h
guidance, and thnt he (the Dean)
would also be long spared to
give that guidance, and Unit they
would have an opportunity of
wek......ng him in an even higher
mnera m his calling.
Thanks
The Dcrtn said thanks for tho
welcome that had been given him
11 was ,i piiviU'ue to preside over
such a body he gald Than were
two main duties that he would
have 10 perform The first was
to give each member who spoke
time to make his points, and tho
econd was to see that n speaker
did not waste the time of the
Vestrv
It was not always easy to recon-
cile those two duties, but he
thought he would be able to do so
with the co-operation of members
He would do his best to perform
his duties Impartially, and he was
tened by ihe reception that
had been given to him
VESTRY DISCUSSES WORK ON
PRINCESS ALICE
PLAYING FIELD
Caatsi
IVllITi: M'Bl'CK BROGUES with l^alhrr Sole* ......... ig> til.14 per Pair
Cret* ......... $> 12.811 per Pair
BROWN MAM BROGUES wilh Lralhrr Salt ........ u 8.W per Pair
Crepe .......... @ U.SU per Pair
SEVERAL OTHER STYLES
in Blmk und Brown from $7.68 to 9.16 per Pair
. I niw sflt'ctiim at
**#'** Sinn's
IN BOTH BLACK AND BROWN
FROM $14'60 TO $1790
HARRISON'S -
BROAD ST.
Question No.
head W
purchased
wall when .til th
Mr. Tu lot replied Bom
put br) Mi
i. "Whj
lo rebuild the
tonai wcrv on
I..E.L.R.A.
APPEAL
The .o.luwlns donation In,
been rerelved b> Ihe I il.tui
ml Mill be loi ii.i. il in in.
Hi n .n i mp it i in.,,, Kr-
lief AoKoeUliuii.
Mr \ I: Hell SI. JmiiPn
S3.ee
.....ran not rood flai re>
uildliiK "
The Motion
Itel ( the awttor pasaed
the end <>f a lengthy discus.'ion
STRONG DISAPPROVAL of the manner in whlcl M
II A. Tudur. Churchwarden uf St. Michael, carried oul
in Queen's Park and at the Princess Alice Playing Field
was placed on record by the Vestry of that parti* at a .
meeting yesterday. A three-point motion covering the ""- ><* follow*:
matter was made by Mr. Fred Goddard and aecondi
Mr. E. I). Mottley. The Vestry supported the molio
mously.
Yesterday's mce'ing was the
:hird in a series of meetings called 7. Question No I set oul that
to discuss with Mr. Tudor such the Vestry provided th.- sum ol
matters as unsatisfactory vouch- tilt-00 for areeUnfl three addi-
cts, removal of hut* from Seawcll tionai water eloatf
and work done in Queen's Park Park
during his term of office. At the
meeting held on Monday last
i.irotignoui in* uay
of I tie only actll
S
omeoneTs
week Mr Tudor answered In
writing questions asked by Mr.
ilruce Weather head. present
Churchwarden, relative to work
at the Playing Field.
Yesterday's meeting was devot-
ed to considering Mr Tudors
replies relative to work at Queen's
Park Mr. Tudor did not attend
Ihe meeting But his list of replies
was before members. Only two
quactloni and the answers to them
were considered The other ques-
tions were considered not of vital
importance. At the end of last
week's meeting a Committee wan
appointed to iirepare a report to
the Government, since it was with
Oovernment funds that the Play
Field was prepared and they haii
sent to the Vestry asking thnt an
inquiry be made
Only Vestry Concerned
The Queen's Park matter con-
earned the Vestry alone, and for
that reason they made their motion
ti Vestry assembled rather than
ppointlng a Committee to make a
report
The two questions and the
replies to them which were dealt
with yesterday were Nos. 1 and
i I < The Ve-.li' | :
record tu< strong disapproval of
VI Church-
nil Mr II A Tudor, in
n pec of the method <>f eonstrur
Utce Play.
inn Kit Id, and the manner in
which the scheme for the install-
" " mg <.( ddUUonal lolli I u Queen1
i Bnano d tii>- *ic nun
From the oxpenditui u| " Phil
inltted to the Queen's Park ro.i i ectorj
mittee at the prcparntnm .( Mm V9n oy nlm to queMstsni
estimates thU year it m -""i "'
that the sum of 1910.00 had been neneral mannei in whit* the
spent under that Mead I (Mr
Weatherheadi have been reh.ii.lv was CO hirm,! the year
Informed that tin- Governing II II
Rody of Combermere School paid (2l Thai all Hi
a sum of money for tin- iMhulB- mei IrcularlNd ertlll H i
tn .ii of the W.C > and the sun ol u eertll li of vooeheri
llto no for painting In Ids the (>) Phal iu vouchei
bultdini which their boss hsj f Dti Idti
used bisl yeai i pe >ed tbt Bulldlm Buperln-
Will you plea .
,din'' i . that 1he work
Tn this Mr Tudor r-, been proper!) carried nut

azing and fowll
ttl
-ii ihe neid anu deaarted, TtM
i.UiiiiMiien were having lundl I
nl< I n.bbei hose, which was
(tea i nvei the Bald, i
i taring the a kei pitch
owing tn the recent rains long
itras* has grown on the outfk i. (
ind everywhere green esustiM
; I ihe MUUl <-ri,( whm .> ran ''
nuuarins tree itubi are drytni
upi These casuarlni stubs are
, nikl. n> i i
VTORIVU'K l>r.l K.AIt.lt I.....I
by 28 run. when then fJ.C L
nekei nxtuii ended last Batur*
I v NDrwlch
d Todds 02 ami .13
For Norwiek. Jl (ill), one of the
ci enlng hats, scored li.'t |
filings In Todds His* Inning
i Parns rn.ih- :tl
Overpriced Pear
FINED 7
FIFTY- YEAR-OLD hawkifi
1'eisilla Payne better-known M
Helen Murphy of Rosk Hall. St
Thomas yesterday pleaded gulf.)
f selling a ,*-.ir abo\re th:
schedule price to B. Crawford on
September 4.
Hla Worship Mr. H. A Talma
Ignored Din'ctions:
Fined
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ANIMALS & IIHUH)
A
WIN WITH
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EASE
THROA
IRRITATION
i*&
fS&j
OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
S A I D I N C
ITO'i
I H. Jai
CLAIMED 1 /8s 6d.
GOT /s. Id.
Ii i> with great pleasure that Magistrate of rj,.trict "A" Police
Uie Circle announces the forma-, stutt-.i. before whom tile ease
,i Branch In St. Peter. | WJ8 heard Imposed a fine of 2 to
v ith the immediate object of. be paid in 14 days or in default
nipervi'ing and beautifying the ,..,,. month's Impi
larden Of lha SpeiKht-.town POStl The witness for the prosecuti
Office Constable Sergeant said r ? '"<' Pohce M.i
There is a greai amouni ......lit 1010 gj gf_^J wSSSZL,
vork to be done In each Parish ,iim, he was petrolling James g fi?*1 JL^STtTuT'
' h0pe; TiSn\S!"wSS Kawford!aHe Snf S ined'f.'las d
Branch will soon be formed in man named Crawford He wem rrom Rr( . f
Christ Church to reclaim and im-jwith him to Persil'a Payne who lsnd fflr hcr jn' j -
[he old churchyard in the: had charged Crawford 10 cents Sf,.,.,^ Ppeslcd against
Dover area. This is the oldest: for a pear Crawford said that he NurM-B decislwi, and '
churchyard in the Island. gave her a sixpence and receiv.-l judfcs J W. Ii
The Circle wishes to Blrsa, the u tx-nny f.r eh-nge The Police A Vaugh"n of the Assistant Court
pe of co-operation and' said that the price for a pear of I of Appeal confirmed Mr Nurse'
g> On Fsse 'that sire was eight cents. decision.
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Joosi a Co, Ud
Their Honours
Court of Appeal
ill A V
terday confirmed a decision of Mr
H. A Talrru. Police Magistrate!
and fined Wilfred Cordeau of Hast-
r I. Elond
Cordeau was found guilty o.
mnorlng the trarflc directions of
the police constable who was on
duty in Trafalgar Square on Juno
4. lie was driving the car M 43n
a', the time of the offen'-e
import-
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PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5. !*
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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BUT -Ml, DlON-T
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BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
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One is English, one American
yet their Beauty Care
is the same
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( n '.mi iii i vim i [iiii.illV. rilr^-* Jlnrw
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hhk-i'Ii in a ihin rtlm of Pond'* Vanishing < i*m.
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HI fnr hour*. Il proTrri* the *kin. ton.
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while ym will DOtirr thai vour tkin i* rleatrt. *ofin*,
imnoihet. Ii will idow with tt* radianrr. new
lnvrlinm. Pond'* ( rnim arc in^xpemiw lo buy,
yd thry *f \v# both dn of thr Ailanrir. You can buy Pond'i at
.ill the br*t hrautv rounirr*.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE lEVgN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
I'llllll WHS
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Ha.tinar.. j| 4 JO Una bviix- /IVc Alhf.
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4 SO In
THANKS
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iu HEIST
Housn
' I win Mil br euetaan i T ,***_> Mr.
. S- pternba-r at >n> %
.. *l. opp 4i Hall Street A "I
. of houaacioM rurruture ronipriaed o( Red
i -'"> SulK. Double buhlnd with Vono
Spring VMS bMM
tlir lag T-Ulf Chin* Cabinet. Chair*. 0"
II C A Radio and main ..thee Hut*
1 Sale at I SO p m Iwi out fur the tt.,
C t> IWI'AD-
\amamt
SI I awrrnre M
niah-d Dial Mat, a I 10
"MALI HOUSE. Cool all nation, no
(I from Garrleon ,nd Numm En-
i-l.ilv Kent (It -V nionlM. Teirohona
2040 ])* tn

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1 w,n raSO. i, .'. t., Puone Com
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1 rood 3d', i-irtif. Und al UTI "
vii i ai.f

K.i.jir. V eaoria st. to so -at
1'IUIM >OIUIS
REAL R8TATI
thp i
IN MI MOP" 1M
M Mm
M.ti.ii. n.
Cl-rl load
. Gone but M
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bv those ".,
0>i* hi
erl.hed kM
d . "en
if meeting again at
Mm Marlon A.hn.r*! Win fin] Co.
log l.nlhc. OoodtAfl I I-
Goading P O 8
IN loving m >..-. ,,r our d-ar mother
cnd arandnm>h< Mr- (lAll* IE-
VON1M 0 ai-eep^n

at wK
Such Kind and
Alwayt a. rhrt.
Sleep on. dear (li
root,
Until art mrrl in, Ih* land of t he bleat
I"' Scale** famllrr
Trinidad and Nr. York paper* plea.r
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\r imii.ki Ac.mi i
II H\l. HANK ACT I'l.l
Ii "n i ......i Kalala* >'nlii II
Waia.t Nlll'l l-l XNTAMOS t 1.1
TAKE NOTICI lhal I. In* Own*-.
. loan nf >Jfri under th.
pi ranocc* of Ihe Aarl.ulluial ..* I

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..ii. I II km AID* Ml 1*04
I r*4ll.r* h.lOI-i .*. il HI HHANDH PLANTATION RL
iwner Ol
led plantation am about
nil 11 rl am under th*
nr above Act agalnat
Sugar Molaaae* -nd Other Cropa of Ibc
-ald Plantation to be reaped In 1000
No mntm ha. fat boon bomwad
aealnat ih* aald Crop*.
Doled I'll. Mh dar of flaplraaaBBr. toao.
F B WAICOTT.
Owner
SSS03n
I ntitaln
IN loving mrmor* ..( out Dr.r Hu.-
baniJ and Father lOHN KEL'HON DOW-
NIX. wri illort hi] thr Hi) i,-.,t..|in.. r
IMS.
Ki-iiirm'x-ncr a aold*n chain
Daam Iriri to barak. b>n all In Win
Wo mlaa you now. our hiarl. are aor*
A. Ilm* goo* U> * miia >*%i nuaro.
r lovini anUI*. your omll*
No i
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hall and rolvln Downi* 'CiUdrfl
Eblnt Downlr Doughtn-.in-laW'. AiUm
Marahall 'Son-ln-lawi. Richard. Patrk-H
Mauram and Doamond iQfond rhlldrrn.
CUrleo Bryan. PI'a Plaid lotatoto
[*n*lh Downl* S SO in
Fon saii;
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OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS
IN TIIF. ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPFA1.
'Equitable luriadlcUoni
DIARIES illl.ANIMl DORANT
"l-mtiff
joiiv MILTON WARD Defendant
IN punuanoc of an Order j Ihli
Court In Ih* abo*. action mad* on the
nth day of June. IMO. I give notice to
all roim having- any aatale. right or
interval In or any Urn or Innunbranco
affecting an thai certain piece or parrel
of land iHuiit* at Dear-, land Cln'odal*
Road in the p-rl-h "f Saint Michael In
thla laland containing by admrniure-
n.irt twCtrl* perch** or thcrcobouU
abutfirur and bounding nn landa of LouH
Cmlrlngtnn on a road In common on
the public road called Clnrdal* Itoag
r.l on land* of one Applcwhalte d*-
rr.-i.ed or however rlie Ih* aam* may
but and bound to hrliiaT belore me an
rcoouni of their *Md claim* with thdi
nllnaaaci, dorumenla and voucher*, to
It examined by me on any Tueadav. or
l.idav between the hour* of 13 (noon.
. nd 9 o'clock In Hie afternoon, at the
(-me* of ihe Clerk of the Avletant
ourt of Appeal al Ihe Court lloua*.
i:r.datnwn. before the SOth day of
F* member. IWO. In order that ouch
i 'alma may bo ranked an-or-dlm to the
nature ard priority thereof reaprt-
1'i'lv. iitlwrwlae ruch peraona will b*
pii-luded from the benefit of the aald
Drcrwo. and be deprived of all claim on
or again*! the aald property
Claimant a are aleo notified that they
mult attend the aald Court on Wednet
day. the SOth day of September, at 11
o'clock a n> when their aald claim* win
1- ranked.
Olven under my hand* thli :*, day
of June. IMO
I. V. OTKaVI
lAg i Clerk of the Aaititant
Court of Apn*l.
.f.M -an.
OFFICIAL SALE
DAHBADOg
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL
Equitable Jurladlellon i
Charle* Orl-(do Dorant. PlalnllfT
John Milton Ward. Defendant
NOTICE la hereby given that by
virtue of an Order of tlr* AeMatant
Court of Appeal doted the Mlh day of
June. IftSO, mere will be eat up for aele
to the hlgheat bidder at the office of
the Clerk ^f the Alatant Court of
Appeal at the Court lloua*. ffctdgtftowT.,
between Ihe hour* Ol 13 (noon' and 3
o'clock In the afternoor. on Fridav. Ih*
7>nd day of September. IMO. all that
rertaln piece or parcel of land altual*
al I- "' >*nd Clevadal* Road In the
pariah of Saint Michael In thla laland
containing by admeaeuremanl twenty
parch** or thereabout! abutting and
hounding on land* of I^HJl* CodrlnaTton
on a rood ,ln common on th* public
road called Clevertale Road and on
!.ii.d of one Applcwhalte deieaanrl or
lWvrr e.ae the aame may abut and
bound, and If not than cold Iha aaM
propcrtv wilt be act up for aal* on e*ery
-in-,ceding Friday between the aaroc
hour* until that aame la Bold for a aim
rot lea- than fM
Pal-,1 llua Mth day of June. 1M0
1 V ODXES
>A*t 1 Clerk of the Aaaurtanl
Court Ol Appeal
II U *
WANTED
HELP
"MAGIKIL. JE1J.Y"Juat received a
freoh ahlpment of "Magtkll Jelly" for Iho
Cc-tmctlnn nf AnU, RoaeKe*. Hat. A
Mice Price I tube Knight'. 141
S aoIn
(11IIL Reliable glil for Office, capable
of aralatlng In bookkeeping Anplv in
-Tiling giving cnper.ence and reference.
Fort Royal Oarage Ltd P O Box
333 Bridgetown 2 B *' Tn
LADY RRCCPTIONTST. For HoMl
Ofi.-e Deak work, apenking Spamari and
-ith knowlcdgo of Typi Apply In
riling giving experience and reference*
i Box M c,o The Advocate
i a ao-an
Pl-ASTIC RAINCOATS In Fink. Malr-
Blue and White al M M each Moden
Dreaa Shoppe l.t 10In
PIPER All .hap** and alaoo, In-
cluding Ropp Cherry "ipei and the
A.'.-r Batilam la F-oih*rw*latht Plo*'
In 0 oopular ahapea Prim from 800
It 00.
KIXXIHn AIJIUMS for 14-Inch and for
11-Inch and carrying ca*ra for 10 Inch
rernrda. and w* hav* the record- 'n-
A llARVES AC" ITT1
i SO tn
SCIENCE FWOKSComplete e nf
hooka for lit vear Diploma Cur* at
Imperiil College nf Tropical Agiiciiliiu.-
A'^ a number of V A VI Form book-
tej ll.-r-.i Colled*. Phone 4411
Corbln BO-5T-
U*e MENTHOL SAJ.VE for Cold.
Cheat and throal alao fir Earocht
Headache. Price. 1 "S Ootalrvablc al
K.iighfa 5 SO-
IADV for nfrlc* Wllh gome knottlrdaT
I Stenography and Typewriting AppI*
ly 1'iter and In peiaon L M. B
Mi i era Co Lid I SO 1 f IX
MISCELLANEOUS
CHRYSANTHEMUM Pt-ANTS-C...
S'.-np. of Barbed*, and
m B>V' I Curacao and Aruba Beat
te.ee* paid i.I Carlbba-an Stamp Snrlelv.
No 10 Swan Slrect II 3
WANTED TO BUY
IBID PORTAOB aTAMFB. CECIL
1FMMOTT 1'p.Ialr. Phoern. Ptiarniacy.
13 Dmad Slr*t. Phone 4M3.
3 a SO- 3n
YAWL "Frapida" approx IT'* *>*.
long with Or** Marine *nln*. Good
condUlon nor* ba**-m Apn-y
1 R Edward* Phon* 33M
HANTIH TO RFNT
ROOM-Retired EngUahman. recenil.
brrived. dcalrc* room In private liom.-.
wl'h or wllhout bieakfaat Pern-.nerd
II aatlataftorv location between Itaert-
rgi n rl Cltv prefe-red o
giving 'phone number, tn Roy. c o
oca-e Adit* Depi S 0 Sn
A(-T NOW Rue I'.arc'K'-
v \. Dane*' t-,. i ,..,
d-ie Scjaide, ;:..
BxCelHnl Uxallo.,. Near Cll' Ide-i (-
Gi I M. u**a A ne.ir.vw I
Typ.- al M.in Rd Thornbiu-

h-ne Vew Vac.
Feoroom Stonewall Fui.g-V.wa. AVi.
' r^H-hell* .Se*..^.. ."IT"
.-dena. Modem O
i Aman-igit 1^...
t Bc.IriOT-i Rural II W". in. if
M ii . ..I r) -*a. Mcde'r
"1 ft Gong for Onlv CI.BM A '
Br-droom Bungalow Tip.- b> llenk Hall
Mod. rr, tVm.-i...
Condition. SpMloua Yard
Only II ISO c Mr foe The M.ot D*
harludtn*
.ding Site. Heaaadjc and
riaewhere Moet-age. Arrangrd Iha
llll D F de Ataa-M The 11.-1.
Man T. S- II Good and AllracUve Hu, 1
nilli A.aureil Re-Sola Vatuea Call .'
"Olive Hough.'' Hnaii'ut-
BOlaX people waited all ihclr live* try.
lug to aii-t all Ih none to buv a houto
an.1 failed. trkU* Olbl
arid eventually owmd .1 l..n- ta]
dnt >*o-i follow the crowd th-t lia<
rrade a .lari* Y...1 r
l.x.ng ... lein.-
At Chapman ttCM a houar wllh 1
bedrooma. waler-lollet Or bath, etc
At Martlndale'a Ko.ul one i.cwH rocon-
dHtoned houae wllh 3 bed-".
At the Ivy Road a email ga-Of
valor and light. e
At Britton . H0.1! I hul run if or table
atone-wall Bungalow rilled Hue. I\ fl
haa irialidah. drawing A .1
I bedrooma. Waler-l-ilel A bath, etc
At Pine Rd another m-.ll property
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay

OO Star.
'.I Rruaa FarV*a**>r. Martha Uetcber. Clothiidr
'. ch Fra*u-*> D Smith, Faulik. John Farne Carllon Oilkc. Inci
Scl. taaeauoe.. hh Cilkoa, Seh-.u.-* Ai.
Prwcea. Louue. Brh. ^urtia* Hive. Muruca Reuben. Robert
Turtle Do**. Swh JWCT. Rooemary Hooertaon. Thelm*
Srh Marlon Bolt* foorre Oooege D* Nobiiga. Kenneth
Sen UM-ille M tkaaSk. Set*, rear.*. Harbor* Pearv*. Vila Brown
Eunarla. Sih Fianniv, i> Car lien <, umuerbaiich. ClUrord Payne.
Cvcoramj O Srh Gloria 7V'"* ?"*"" *"*1 OloaJow. utbcWIU
BS A-o- P*a*u. Sag.
June., "is Gvir.to ^Va^Ii ---:"^TT_T~ T."^
* Bur..,. Chaiar*. Ruth
aytlg
till .1.1
on*
N.ael Marrlaon. AllataK Tayku
Mow**, M A Moore. C. C. Moore
Muore, Richard
Craalaay Adaaaa
Chailc
VIra

Lucia
a T M lone
i->i Trinidad via
B M Br-wkhu 1. 4J*T lona net
UougBan. fnmi Liverpool
DEPAMTV'REJi
rVnooner >h.np H Dnviolaen. !
C*pl "al. (,., B..-.U. Uui.
- b*.
WML

Mj.....-i,ii*
1
M V *l.-..kJ
'* on. for Doenink-a
M V ll.en.p.4 -4 t- n.
1 Hriben
Ships In I ouch With
.larbadoa CoRttsi Station

'1
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D'Arv.^ A
PERSONAL
CENT WI! MAMS
> 0 fO- -J
ublic are hereby warned againrt
credit to m> -He AMY NEH-
nee Arthur, aa I do no! hold
reaponalble (or her or anyone
iilracllng m.< ilH>i .
ic unlcn by a wrlllen order
Sign.
I S* gn
1 *aWraWa
e public are hereby Wi
ig credit to any peiaon or p-r*.-
maovrr In my name aa 1 do hot
myaeU reaponalble lor anvone i-on
intt any debt or d*bt* In my name
aa bv a wrlllen order aigned hr p e
Signed ARTHUH CAIJjaVDtat.
Klrton.
SI Fmilip
The public are hereby warned aaalnal
vlng .red I 'ci my wife FIETHA THEO
IM)HF. Ij\YNF Hall. St Michael, aa I do not hold myaerf
rapon-llile for her ol anvone cl*r con-
'acting any d*bt or debta In my name
wntlcn order .ii/neil hi me
tgnotl REOINAUl o'BRIrJN U\VN
Brlllon'a Hill.
St Michael
S SO I.
The public are hereby warned agalrHt
aivlnaT credit to my wife EITDORA
m.ACKMAN inre Purkrlni at I do nit
hold mvaclf reaponalble for her or anvone
elae ontrarllrur any debt or debta In mv
name unlrai by a written order .Igned
Stoned OOU1JR1RN ri.ackman
OFRCIAL NOTICE
' Eoultabl* Jurladlctlonl.
ClIARIES PEBCIVAL HINDS
Plaintiff.
PEARL ALB Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order In thla
abftrt
11u.de
1 Ih.
th day Of August IMO. I give nolle*
to all peraona having any eatal*. right
or IntrreM In or any Hen or Inrum
m-iinca- after ting AH that rertaln piece
o[ parrel of land alluate al Upper
Conymoro Rock In th* pariah of Saint
Michael In thla laland containing bv
dmeaaurerricnl thirty two hundred and
.evenly ala equaro feet or Ihereahouta
Jiutiirui and boundlrur on landa of one
G Payne on landa of II Prtrraau* on
the public road on landa of Mlaa M C
Ala and on other landa of the d*(endan>
Mlaa Poarl Ala or however el- Ih*
**>m* may abut and bound to bring
before me an account of ther laid
ilalma wllh their wTaneagea dodBmc.it*
11 nd voucher*, to be examined h. me OB
-nv Tueiday. or Friday between Ihe
hrur. of IS .noon, and 3 o'clock in Ihe
enernoon. at Iho Office of the Clerk nf
t,e Aaalatant Court of Appeal al the
Court Houae. Bridgetown, ha-forr the ath
dav of September. IBM. in order that
.0 Ihe nature and pti'iritv thereof
r.aiwtl.ely. olherwlar *uch person, will
he precluded from Ihe beneAt ol the *aM
Deere*, and b* deprlwd of all claim on
ne againat th* aald property
Clalmanta arc alao notified that the*
mi at attend Ih* aald Court on Wedi.r.-
dav. the Bth day of November. HkW a'
10 o'clock a m when Ihelr .aid claim,
will be miked
(i"'" under my hand. Ihla 30th d
of Annual IfM
1 V GILKES.
An Clerk of the Aaalatant
Court of Appeal
'SOJn
rbartoa Coaal Slat km
plain John s 1 Han Adoll.i
- S Mullah. a
v 1 .. .,.
( S Aloedaa. S S Hem- Pel
- - II ,..I-eih. as a r
I..- IS S Boa*.g}| t.,,y Dv.i**n.-.
* s s'liivi. ... % ,, -1 s
* k-oa Runner, s S Arlyn. S S Uuadnga
V V Nucvf, Andulucu S S Opequ.".,
S S Silver Plane. S S Jean. S *<"
OOlMOSIO, * S SBBIOOOlll. S S
o. nte Dutra. S R Sunrell. 9 5
S S Moim.Kpeiin. SB P and T
rnrealer. S S Atnertkl. S S Held*!.
SS Olf p-i'l. S a Canad>an Chall.-nger.
S S longwood. S.S Howhill
1 : - Mybil Do.v,y John Doi-*>. L*a-
l>i.-.. Edga. Cartel. Edith Carter.
^ Muriel Sholto. Ruth Paawel Ruthlvn Pea
"Z l*1LoU2 Mothlat. Vtola Roraham. R
Bf* haeaut, R Hockua. Edgar Hmai-. Keith
HaUMol. Michael Hall. Paul in* Hall
C-Pl, Anlhory Hall. Marian Headman Ruth
'unl* Edith Chandler. John Chandler
Adcae Doyle. Conmd Blake. Kita Chin
I iou> "arung. Konald Chuwheung. Chart** All-
.a riao. Kdlth Nil*.. Clartne Nlaaa. Harold
uian 1 oil>m. Ucrald Clarke. Relha Ohuttr
Irltiah ''.**"' *uU- c"ul *nuhX David BhulU.
Inaderick Waith, Marian W.lthe. C-a-.i
rtoK !*W*V'1 PoHtcllB Aajulauin. Myra aStowi.
H"" H'J^,UW^ ' * PaMwao.
,^a_ r.J "IIT!-.!! C.IHANA
Lewi.. Frederick Caac, Allan
eeny: l>aul smith. (lUdy.
..,., .,,.. Maniaiet White. Vaulei
' "" ***> *' Kalhleen Wright
Janet Wnahl. Joaephlne Ho.Yow Nig*.
n Moore, l.aav Yhip. Da.
rtjra Yhip. Mary Yhip. Coleatlne Comach
laoa, Herbert Crouchrr
I... I.A lil-IAHA
I P0 Maria Hoir-r., Fidel Ear
iro. Olla Bar. ta. Creamer. Carlo*
' **" S?*"** '""er. Carlo* Creoan-
er. r-lave fl-ora- Marv Oeorpe. Chrutu
BOrfja Mala QaWrgO, K-ren (lei-ige P*t
. - vt.-t ,.., *-, ||.,
I UOone. Vohnua B.x|aa. Arm.
i>ii* 001) a a. tawella Parr* Ooni-1.1 I'-rr-
l'ei...,l, llettedu*. Pamela l_... Randall
iW 1,ream. Bo. J I'.hanelB. Mntra
t rbaneia. Mai-a Dobaun. Silvia Dobaou
I. Han Dobaun Francu. Moran. Lo4a
'..ran. Stephen Moranv Philip Moron
' la.nl Muian John Famum. Willuan
4/hlfe Florem-r White. Junior. White
fandi llaiier-.cn. Thor Halvemern. Erik
UaliatojaxB. tllaf Halvenaen, Olg* Oad
rtu. Wtlbau-t Witaon. Maud* Derienll.
Pamela nUath. Jiadi Bu.h John lee Ma.
4 .t Donnellv Allied.. MlllBOalOl Alfrr
'. Hollander rit.Ha Holland.-.. Marlh*
lent. Hani Bern. Marianne Ren, Man*
luna. Itaiilio Ijina. Flank Kai-c. Rea-
Iraoa Kaiarr. Herman Kaiaer. Nellv Kai<*r
Antiguan Rtrfomei
W .nit Food. Clothrs
Ira- BBffJB 1
from ih.- baWtOH oil "I
U linulnl by Uaniacr -11.I Iom nbo
.1 ny thes.- Po.
hiive not been sparr-d Lb i
HodgMM Bay. a tvmldeailiMl an a
w'ht'rr ihf well-nlT tiovr twugnt
11 of Uli' bUEdJ 1-
lov.-* Imvei been damaflfM Mai\>-
roofs havr hren blown clem
baltfnil 111
Also in thi* area, wuhni pj
(Jit- Atlantic is Ihe popular Can.i-
dian-built beach hotel wfe
a gevere beatinR anrl Ii
damaiir expected to run 11.tn ovtl
$5,000
Even bo what 1 potn ,
hlf of the pututf I fit
huiatlrj^Saturda) ^i>! pi
l*d in the p.itt* I hav l.a.i mi
Me tn visit toda>
ir.p.)
. ANTlOUA
Donald rlanton. J-.hn Sh...il Jnan D*l<
_D.I>._ Seih at,,,-. BotWrl
Mark* Penrheoa
I .-,
I -
1. ,.,
'
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SEAWELL
B.W.I.A.U
Mar,. Jamadar. Alexander JainoaVar.
Dully Jemadar Joan Waaon BerM la.h
k-v. Doroth> llanfleld. Heathei Ranfleld
. erton, He.n me llickerton.
Adrian Hlckert.m Glady. MM-kertmi,
'..me- llickerton. Leonard Fernandinc
H>.a Fernandine. Patricia Aqulum. M.na
Prown. Bruce (luddard. Charlea (ioddard.
I.la C..-I.larrt. D-vId C.ddard Clarence
BearaaM Hand G 't.k Dent. Eric Gihbon. S.lv.a Sprlnarr
elma Ince Ruth Springer. Mariorle
Reginald B.-.11 Daphne Boon.
Bo-ivi'r. Rila OotUa, Cynthia Cam-
Andrew Cam-cho. Calherlne
a, Stuorl Doiirai. K-
Jnhnaon. Thereaa
p. Melvina Thmnpaon. Barbara
Richard Barre! I. Elva Barren
1 B It And-
. 1,. boni
1 Cadoaai
r JAMAICA
J..hn 1 Hajil J
I niw.. Olive Qlbha. Cvill OlaOM
nra-ARTvitia* i h w t a 1.
1 INIDAXJ
L.dla Roodal. David Yearw.t. j,cqu--
nc M.ixa.1 Chn, Newman T>iX.a
.ma-let larnnla Merlin. Ik.ll> Sampalh.
1 wi.ira.-k Sampoth. Marlon Franwlon
iaiaarrl Rurhe Mai. 11,,-. i.e..,'
ilchlnaon Do- a Marklr k|
rthur M.. 1. Clan IV Yeileu-i I in.
M -". Erki
1
o Hubeil It..., ,fi,.. raheppart
.linen lanchr H- ... LaroH I
lehn Brand
MAIL NOTICES
Masai 1. ,,- an
<-oar ol
1- .
..ale.
Hegl.lete
Uli M d P m -nd Ordinary M.nl |
'&&!
rjag*
1 ..no*. FttfTuuido Pore*
lor MARIlNlOUE
Jean Ponvuf. Madeline Pona.it
(.op nan I
CM GRENADA
TreiMe. Allevne. Robert Allet 1.1
tl ire Allevne. Oertrude Mai..i
H.nwuk Oitleu. Knml. M
! ST LUCIA:
Mane Maughn,
St Roa-. Melv
Hit
H.
ifTllh le.lle Samargo. ('hrUtnpiw.
1<- K.iinrt'i Sk.ete
.... nitman gi'LANa
m .. Wiiteiiiv Jack Win.. 1
1lle.11.. tli.il Bhan-Wonaj
. torn GRENADA
rrod Toppiii Dot 1. ivifuwin. Wimfr.-I
illiam. l.loyd Campbell. Prligerahl
rwn BarOM Stn.th Hoder.ck Cl-Me.
11-..... tir-.i I. ii. Atwell
LUCIA
M nacnoa, John
. sja
. run
. 1 rj
Regl-
Lm
r.lnh Chang Avow, I vale 1 Chi
'rhael Chang A>,.w S.nii- Suigd lona
'IriBh. Maxine Small Tim..".. S.n.h
*"iaaTM atingh Thomaa mpfXrm
I - IMwurl Whartnn Kathleen llollla.
LOST A I tll-XII
H'yh Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
far (ro.i. High Un.-i 1'i.a.ure, *hl. Ii
I* a mi.t-ilou- dla-aa- lhal alaila
about Ihe time ol ihange of Ufe and
s GAS CuUNCD.
See.1 -
Hot r.ir nn 1,in.
'
raaraoi ,., -,.... ....,.' ..
......it u... Sere* at.
r.v. f tnewe
1 rti i "
"......hie I
s'aiavrwm*. Bay

I I.VI -..: I
ibly rewarded on brmaing
HarUtn at Farley Hill
3 B SO an
lilac k
gold WTlat
- mm..!, j: V n extenalon .trap
Bundav night in HI Pnuia Church
(iap. F.nder rewarded on returning aaina
bcrkan, si Paul*. Vicaran
Rev Pern
lop and laa.-k of h
ited. f-a
...fir.
of 1
iM .
pal pi I d
ride
If 1
1170.
. cm*, dun I
delay trealmenl a -ingle day. be.auae
your Ufa mat be in danger Neace
.formerly known a- Hu .11 a mw
'i.edli-al dla. ,.ie.> re.lu.e* High III vd
Preaawte with Hie hr-l d.aae. I.Ik. a
heavy load off Ihe heart, and m.k.-a
(let Nina Iron",...,, herni-( iiay
il la guaranteed t > make y.... (eel in
anal atroruf or navney baah.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
SUGAR CANE CENSUS ACT. 1937-31
Planters are reminded that, under the Sugar Cane Census Act.
1937-31 every cultivator of more than 10 acres of land Is required,
during, the month of September to make u return to the Director of
Agriculture of the acreage of sugar cane h I experts to reap during
the ensuing crop.
2. The necessary form of return may le obUiineU on application
lo the Department of Agriculture.
5,1*.SO Jn.
SHIPPING NOTICES
Mi. Mil \\ AUSTRALIA NEW /I i
LAND LINF. UNITED
M \ W. LINgl
S B "PORT WELLINGTON" aolla
.lodaton* Augual Uth. Brlaban* AugA.it
Brat, Sydney Auguat J"ih. aiming al
'j(ilember FHh
B B -GLOUCEObTEH'' aaila Freenianlle
Augual Jin. Adelaide Septet.Mnrr I Ith,
iporl Bepternber 1Mb. Mell-iuine
Septamber 33rd. Sydney jtrth September.
October 4th. arriving el Bar-
' ..Ik. a No win be r ,
m pi*
j.x
Hied, hard l.o/.n. nd gen.
.ngo accepted on through bill* of
ii a with tr...iahlpment al Trinidad
I :ii>ibadf.a. Brillah Oulaiia. Windward
d Leeward lalanda.
ror further parllrulaia apple,__
ICIINESS WITHY ft CO LTD
Trinidad. BW.L
and
DA COSTA A CO. LTD.
Barbodoa. B.W.I.
accept Caigo and Paaarnarra for
St Lucia. SI. Vlnconl. Grenada.
-ailing Wedneadav. Blh Seplef.ibrr
The M.V. Carlbbee" will accept
Cargo and Paenaeia foe Domin-
ica. Antigua M.iulaerrat. SI Kltta
B W.l. Schooner Owners
Aaaodallon Inc
CoBMlfBoe; Dial: '047
W Mcocu ShuwuhipCo.
* 9kc.
"IIW OBLIAIdB lll.kl
or- Act.
MO. B-Bm
SMART HOME
FURNISHERS
laawTU BUYING NOW
M .ml IIIJNPWFD MAIIIKi
oiher Bed.i.a.i-
,..r>. Dft

Dining. Luncheon. Radio and
Morn. Table* In many alien
rhlna and KiMien Cal i
m larder, and Waaaona M up
Drawing Hnom Charm in BaaBag
and arparal* piece* in Benjfcr*
wllh cane al aide., back and aeal,
ill... m Mf.rrt.. T.......nl Hu.li.
Moril. Cuahlnna. t* Vi up singi.
A Double headed Conch Framer!
and Cheial Mirror* up to M a It
all at Money Saving
Prices
L. S. Wilson
ATTRACTIVE WASTRM88B3 wutad iviUi |Tjod r-ttti
i|i,il> in |H-ts*iii to No, i M.ulwll Street or to
Mr Mi mi in- Jones, Globe Theatre, between the hours
Of !l a.m. and .' p.m. daily.
in tu mm it
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
we deliver by Motor Von
Corner ul Iho.id and Tudor Streeti
^V.W.V/V/V.'.',V.'.V.W'/'
NOTICE
^ w, bag] to ruittfj ..nr
ij ClB i"--i i. ! Lh4 tli i.i i-il
S Public that i- will I*- t li-e-l
A for llotklaya from Mfldtday,
9 4th Si'|iteiiinLi. n S on Monday, I (tin Estptl n
S WM 1) HHHAKIIS A SON. !
K McGii'i;ni StriH-t
\ 3 8.50 2n ;
** ----- ,'.'A*,'.V.V/.'.'r*.'.'.''.
YOU STOCK TAKING
Closed for four days froa
Friday Firet to Tuesday -
Customers please note and
thanks for pant, A future
opportunity to serve you.
A BARNES & CO.. LTD.
Ihf Barry Gun! House
MoNTIILAI.
Special daily or we>
Bar September
liefer.me If lr.,.
l!\i:ii\l)0S lil.H IKK SUPPLY
(iORPOBATION LTD.
NOTICE
Naaae of am*
S S "AI.CIIA 1-U^.JtIM
B S. AlaCOA PARTNrR"
CANatllAN |
aab*al
. .,.. Bsf
Septeinltvr Bth.
i louon ucf Nee Nonrt
' Wal-T II UBSta*,
Of St
Ch
of
I 'i
Bpecl Of pienuar. in Top floor Ol
wall ana) galvanired building at corner
nf Wharf and Shepherd Street. Brldav-
lown. for pcrmlatlon to UM
I .1 r..ll,.-ll l^ert.iae- ill
Top and parl of bottom floor of a wall
A salvanlaed building at Wharf and
Mirphard Street. Brldawtown
.- 3nd nn of SejiteirJier IPV)
TO H A Talma Ens -
Police Magiatrata. Dial A '
Signed W B MUBTOR
Al".
N B -Th.- *[|ili.atioii will bar ci.nal-
dered al .,
at Police court. LHatrlct -A". on Tuea-
';."' .'t1*.'*"1 a'y * *f*"ae>r IBOO at
II
POHC* MagUt.a'
H A
WANTED
ASSISTANT IAIN MANAOIK. It T. \.
Application, arc invited lor Ihe poat of
t-.unl Maruacar for th* College Fagej
of aaa acre*. Applaranla muat b* of gI
I |
rtgr
BBBlBTll an "
al Ba.ic aalary in t
Manager....
II..ft-. --
acale *400 14-
i variable Coat of
Which la al preaent
..:. a i-, i .1
.!!.
lutorv Superannuation
auheme alter two veara probation Co.t
of ptaaoaa to Trinidad may be paid on
appointment Intereat free loan (or BtaT-
chaae of furniture njy be granted under
certain cvndillon* 30 Working daya leave
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PAGI EIGHT
BARBADOS AllVtlC \TI
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1M*
Walcott Scores 103
To Put W.I. In Lead
Sou Hi England Make Gootl
Siinml Innings Opening
SOUTH ENGLAND 194 (and /or 0 wkli.) SI
WEST INDIES 2"
HASTINGS. BuaMX, S<-|j *
Burlv uncket-keepei Clyde Walcott Kored lOji,
century ..I the lour, raj l lpul th. Ww Indn cncki
,. a first innings lead ol 92 uver th. 3uu|n "I
."lay.
irKSTi.x*. \inii A si%:
2S6 I
nil*. 10UI "I IM, Stuart S'""*"1-
Ihe S.i.r, t.i.l im-iliulii DOWlai
Ihe
laku
!2 and V.
I All mil lor iM.ml :. it'ti 11. .I.i>< ,1 ullogllii
'i h" hours i aimulei
| he roved. John*)
J tall In etiver al *M
4 for 73 runs AtB -mine W He *n
o. .if i.la. Ihe SOMlh 'cr. Vcaufht at -in- lnt by Hogilfr
itlor no wkeVei - >' J,*0 '"" .'h" I*" ^,W^
runs behind. ACler a careful Karl
U
i
Inlnia
In whK-r. h^ look l
"" deliilhled UK
,000 ample iih iniM powerful
mlnutea and hil i
id six four.
10 minulcs. wrier.
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U
.
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nl "I "<"
... ih
i RamadnDL
Alter l.nnrl.
|
.ether al lun
C Hie ddMl
added aflei lh. interval, but wai
,.iii.
:,t mical in
I | in,, noun.
,1 i..-t,ail who had
ini.uile -1.11111' knocked l.a.'k n U ,'..,
new I, II al 191. and Ooddard. vch.. ;"ei
- ,..,[ I.. .;li mini olie-hanili'd sli i 6 ,
catch I
Waliott. dropped off a nan
straight drive when hg. romptan i
hii, cenUirv after lie had then bet n
butting or 2 hours SO minutes at d
nl' .i -ix and ft fours.
ttlfres after ,u*i.g it slip thrCHiitl
tu lmbA .. .
The South. 92 run

| I
in poo
light Worrell move-i
.iwkw.udlv. am
.. again wimoui rr
IT COULD HAVE HAPPENED VTB*DAY I I oa th grass w.iuu for th* ball
to be rftrii'ved After he t t nil i i tors *ow> tha Oral wher Walcott also
hi*, a eantu :'... ...'. i ai press.
I i UH INNING*
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Caaafca

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Ii f< i>M CABLE & WIRKLKSS
HIT 343 FOR 8 WKTS.
IaiwIvhh Scores 99


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RONLISO ANALVM1
1.0*1 IN f. ANAI.T1
CampMU .
'
. I '
* I
CABLE WIRELKAS w
\\ \M)I RIKS
1.. i R *kl
W'nlctilt t>ut
Walcott wMiWA jjji^'ljg SKiL
when ho
unrt Rave cover
Australian Crowds Can Be
Really Nerve Shattering
> ja< k iioint*
NEVKR CM 1 rrm.-mber when so U w |lu>c.s "ofeOM 0m m I
r lo Retlnlo lh. Imu;[..i... ( gfjod |ii|tiiii
1 n. Satuniuv AIU: bOWllU OUl
For the youngsters that if. lm,-1 ,!,,, [l(r gg. ihe>
more t-ncouragmg than a ready- ^ ailll -h.n ..H..111 bot
M ' in 1-.M.1 bH IH With iilm-
1 would have had !> M in Iheir iwctMi.1
[or my first Aun;di.ni irif |hl ;. 14 mon-
It toi Ufa f..rt that ID lm., men .,., ,
hk<- Tom Hay ward. Jotuinj ]n M,.n,,,, Hoaplttl Bfitl uuimi -
,,i tn. Tyldetdej George Kiret. and Die* y E. Carter 6 ill 32. 13
l.dle> refused to go on Uw terms W|lku. Ulok ,hl. , ,h(.(r wickets
ond da; 1 pla;
II lay Cable and Wireless. Menial Hospital and . \l9

Windward and YJ4\?.< 1 :U,J 'i'. \ l,\ ,
I7(i i<>r the Inaa of Rw orlCtaU in reply to irten
fiisr buUngi leora -f 195.
' Rlr. >. It-win la 1'
.....la bm
Mronam> early win

inning* m-i.uM 343
wickets C. B. Lawless, Jui>l oiiatiod hu.
century by one run r.mg to the
Alike' fe1 i.k. I ! sis, hi1 Immedl-
.ilely bagan lo Bay the Wnnderer;
attack. OiKimiK bat, D MaUJaiw
Die md w(.-ie^
1 .-. dikes 51
L Ore> I
took thrw >'. tog Cubic and
Wm-irv- wlckati "Hi .'i lag

i innings.
BOrad 33 white splniwr
E. Brank.-r look BWr of the.;-
arlckaii
Wandera Keidlng allowet
I ;..iiit -4*
i
\ K\m\s a wiari.cn*
i i it e
s oiik ii o
M'MAI. IIOSI'ITAL V
WINDWARD
n-" in aa lie
Ml Nl \\ HO-MlM. If! A (.. 1 fall *
Ml\tl Htltl'lTM1.1 lh-lm.
Thnf-iiftri I. Will. *


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II A 1-a.wlr- b O Lrwta
K A. Cron> c C lwl. b Cliraum
t s Oil--
i U Lai->. tOrtn
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C Brno* b Grrvmdac
,.l .ii

nuMMNt. ANAI.VHlS
roi in AuatrtUan lour.
avei been b time when It wi m hv
learn.
33rd. ANNUAL
REPORT

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II 'i '..i 141
mwi ivi. W.IV.IH
wANDBaaaa* iw-i
,' **" A '*1' '
I"- A %-*U b Brniil-r-
,.
, .1 i \ Iawlc.
M I riHrkr r l^iulro Ii llr.
I J MMaWh l-l.l.v. t. Mr.,.k.r
1 i <:- r.....
2nd h. CMehoti
Police Defeat
Lodge
v< il.H'E obtained their nrat out-
:iKht virior\ lor the season when
ted l-odge by an innings
jnd 123 runs lait Saturday, the
HPcond and final day In the Fourth
nssM of the Second Division
Cricket matches.
On the first day Police batted
nearly the whole day and seored
331 run*. The schoolboys In their
lum scored 13S runs on the second
day. E Cheeseman topecored with
19. Bowling for Police C Springer
the most successful bowler took
rhree wickets for 29 runs
Iaodge had to follow on and
ined their best to draw the game
iut through the steady and actu-
ate bowling of the Police they
srara dismissed for 72 runs. C.
Springer took four of the wickets
for 2J runs.
Another *ix points victory went
in Ihe Regiment playing Comber-
mere at the Garrison Bowled out
(or 33 in their first innings in reply
tu 133 by the Regiment. Comber-
mere were forced to follow on and
ould only collect 83 A good spell
of bowLng by J. Brathwalte in the
t-ocoQd innings brought him seven
tickets.
At Beckles Road. Leeward se-
jii'd first innlnas points from
V M.P C Leeward scored 92 in
:helr first innings to YMK. "
and at the end of play Leeward
had lost seven wickets for 83 runs
in the second turn at the wicket
.ifter they bowled out Y M.PC. for
113 runs in their second innings
Time prevented Pickwick from
coring an outright victory over
central when they met at Vauc-
luse. Pickwick however got first
innings lead points After scoring
M in their first innings Pickwick
--1> i out Central for 145. I. O
Wood topscorlng with 58 not out
V Svmmnnds took four for 24 and
. :is the most successful bowler for
nis team.
In their second turn at the
Wicket Central scored 105 runs for
iHht wickets by the close of play.
A Symmonds was again the most
;uccesslul bowler taking three
tickets for 38 runs.
The results are.
Police and 1.<.)..- al Lodge
Police 331 U.de 135 (E
'"lieesoman 79, C Springer three
, for 20) and 71.
Central and Pickwick al
Vaurluse
Pickwuk 298. Central 145 (L. O
Wood 58 nnl out. A. Symmunds 4
for 34) and 105 for eight wickets
(C. Shepherd 28. A Svmmonds 3
for 391.
Fouuduiion and College
at Foundation
Foundation 185 and 15 for nc
vickct College 113 IR C Dash
.;, i; Clarke 4 for 27).
Ki hmi n; and Combe mien*
at C.arrison
i ii imcrr 33 and 63 (tr;ithwaile seven wicksls). Regi-
ment 133.
Y.M.P.C. and Ix-eward
al Beckles Koad
YMl'.C 57 and 113 (G Mat-
Uiewi 45. D. Gllkes four for 20)
i I .reward 82 am' 83 for seven
, wickets
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MOTHS FLIES MOSQUITOES FLEAS
LICE COCHROACHES BUGS RATS MICE Etc Etc
These are all carriers of GERMS. ;
Be Surp and keep a clean house. i>;
usinic
inkm
g> I rum
bry Bm
Island.
!. 5
i> i in huh
During ih<
wrote lu tin
Cub' vi ol Trumpetci I
- OVI
liieii hoardlnga and adw 11
along the preUaasl driw
Island. Only one DOB1
been n
offered.
Thi:
year, however, everel
Hrutrdings
'...".'."'.!::.rV"I"' and ompiniUv* ,nexpe.,ed
players.
mng piofi
,ii rnaktn|
.....njMi i "ii ;it the Anen-
I "llMn IOUI
Worlli t7lMI
A prudent young
.....-l'."-'--V ',:",,'.. '.rS-wfth- I.
la. >tnr ,|.,Li.l.l id' >.ii||| nil .-I S'llll .... _.____. i
letter would be lent OB '" then
head oltices.
The disiikurcmeiit o| lieet "
.-dvertlsenients alonn IsU PU*

row appealing to owners ol trees
to remove ad-
ajna us soon .>
.iflixt.'-l
Th- Annual Report of 0t
Circle would u- Incomplete
Mil reference lo Ihe gagW
and sympalhi v.hi.-h
from Bon Btewart I'
during h^ term of oflk
;>s Coionial Secrelary .inn Inter .
Acting Qoeernor. It wl*hc i
during bil nix overs.
TaJdng tnelr second turn at th.-
ii I Fanner,
betting for Windward, scored 29
tlvelj
Pickwii k Pepu I
M I' total .(
149. Y.M.P.C.. bave lost on-
U rum
C I Edwarde

.cored 32 end 48 1 S. Qoddard
played ' '' nnliiii of 7s
before- tie was taught by L
..ling.
Koi Si irtei McComie top-
openina bat p
Thornton bad eiay of 40. n.
. Saaly played havoc against th.-
Theae Australians pla> IhH, .IH. during his M
nickel lo win. with a f'''''n"- ovsn hcn t.e IOC* .vvii wkket
and deiorminailon which i ortrn ., howtlntf vielded 60 mns.
filing i- lawkini from our lesl i.|( ( Empire scoie 170. G
malcri if.'.n. (links, r made -11 end M. June
Nothing cen play havoc wtt il took the
young Player's nerve lvr,
[atmosphe.. of an A sp\i:tvn - I Ml'Illl
Mich* oi ;!!> match foi thai numtiM
HU pretty well Intact
Much better than having lo Und a
stopgap winter Job.
This Australian trip i
wonderful holiday, but don't
fine that it la one glorious
picnic Far from It. It's a muchly
at job.
TOTAL .foi
BOHIINO ANALYSIS
> S
li
3 1 T
riCKWUK vs. Y m r C
t : I- i ii'- .mi .I... I .-.. i
I'lltnllK I
in k\mi r. i.i laaiaat
I A Ttwllrr Ibw Ho>o.
C T. Eawardi Ibw b Barkrr
nidsa b
Burks
il A llUad r O. Gi.i.d.r I. )!>.(.
U r.^.i-r p D Grpnida- h Poriri
I O lr-i.b K Brankrr
A Wllr* b R Biflnkr-r
n l*.hb*v e t i;....ii.l. b Brankri
T IVierkln nnl n.il
Exiraa
I ror U; 1 lor 89, S
f. i. s i.., iss. ioi ire. i
loi M,
HOHMM. ANALYSIS
press iti graliliide aiui .ippri-ci;i-|inattcr, fm the Stall im< n ,-i.m
lion of thp tnteresi which Mi
peroeraa trxk in its work, ind]
regrets that his promotion luu
remoeed from thli Island
staunch friend of all who labOt
In the cause or beauty.
BARBARA L. YOl'Sli.
H Tt-i
B.C.L. Butsinan
Scores Century
Clalrmonte Depcoza scored 177.
his first pgoturj In .. B.C.L
si when biitung Ear
i ;ig.uii!.l ihe City lo i
fin noh fixture on Sunday last.
ired with iheti
at 265, .md dismissed the Citv He'll M-t
lor 48.
different
Never from AUstraliai

ii rteketiruj -..,
we hiiii fioiti the Nottlnnham
Crowd during the recent Test
.iKdins; ii i W< I
Bowlers \:-.:
playi i alike who eel I
Ing like our bowler* look from
rWrroB and Wi ekes, ..-t an even
nmerini: iTOrfl the AlU
(rallan crowd.
Hj advice isgo with Um
d. never against thei
calll and Aitiiii BH Bst M
wearing, hut ttn- pi.
shows h
well catch the next 1-,
on tin
Gums Bleed,
Teeth Loose!
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