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I'M.I 111.II. BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. UM W.Indies Win Over Minor Counties BUM >': fu Is %  performance* arhiuntouched hM many M | l i %  1 • tnnvr by .HI In mi n *Mdl ft i ,. %  ,.' %  II All these and kin vour *ti %  i .MiiiHirjblr 1 i..-une* have al*. 'idnl dean, keen cricket, .mil ioday's flxtui. .,, Combfriiitr*' Beal St. Augustus COMBERMERF ScbOOj defeated St AURU • tM |Q their .ne day on'< 'uiiiherUnd ;uid : %  '! side at Carlisle on %  il meet an Elder ,nri Fyffe rid* on the MMh —Rr liter three of thru niekota for eight rUBJ and Gibsoa [ot 24. 'i with .1 Si Augustus. BocfckM and M pnnkrs, each ti">k tout irteMi r 28 and 13 runs respectively. Ladies To Play Polo For the llrst Unta in the history of Barbados, and perhaps in the West Indie*, ladle* ptuid Poll on Mondny afternoon The names were uaturalK very slow as very fl a t tha h' ISM or their lovely i uteri, had ever played before, but i of this however, there was definite evidence that with i little practice some of the girl would he good enough to plav m tin TCKiiliir club games. Miss Diana Hawkins and Miss K. Parker can both hit a good ball on the gallop, and it will not be surpaislng if t h ose two young ladle* piny In some of the Club matches hefore the season ends. There "ere no Club game* on WednesKl the ground being too "ei from the rains nt the dav before. o it is hoped that weather -MI be kind to players this nfVrSeen during, the week on the Savannah schooling their new I i were Dr Emtnge and Mr Hra-ishsw Fair Is Ofx-n • Frosa r.' 4 The grimmest stand , one be*ong>a to the Infestation Control Division of the Ministry of Agriculture ami Fbmenes Here, propie gared m fascmated hoiTor at graphic illusirHt. v ns of igh there were enlargements ot mill moths, meal worms, boon and biscuit beetle tnou* visitors as the Pharaoh's Ant and the Oriental cockroach. In hastpv contrast was the stand two enormous cellophane eggs, rilled with day-old fluffy yellow .-hicks, bul th s was as notrhBsgj lompared to twenty(our pink, green purple, scarlet %  nd blue chicks They lime this briliiimt plumage, as soon as the feathers grow, and the method ting eggs prior to hatch* ing, a a Danish send The Fair's emphasis is on cleanliness and hygiene, and of necessity, much of the exhibited food was canned r\n exlrj-lu/,. people there were even self-healing cans, to save them the trouble of using a sauce-pan One of the most interesting i gadgets on sale was a miniature automatic fan. operated by hand, which is small enough to tuck into • handbag. This is possibly the firs! Fair io produce a catalogue which will g<> on being useful after the shouting has died down. It is also a Cookery Book, and an extremely good one. One section is devoted entirely to recipes from Australia. many of which are new to British eyes. The average British housewife ha.s probably faded to realise how ny things have gradually returned to (he shops. This fair will do more than anything else to •bow hei that things are not quite bad as they sometimes seem There were no luscious hams on display, but one meat pie and sausstand. surmounted by an enoris stuffed pig's head, had the most eye-catching attendants at the fair. They were extremelj Cricket Results LONDON. Sept 8. ' nTaatlnm the Under ThirtyWW beat the Over Thirty-twos l six wkhcu Under Thirty-twos. |,t |„, lin , fl2 for H declared. Dodfi. BJ <-,, %  fl. Jenkins <; Second Inning* 17 for 4 Perks 4 fur 28. ( %  v., Thirty-two?. First Innings. tan. F. Dnvls not out 107. Tattereeb B for 4.V Second Innings, 238 F :\ PnlmtT not out 71 At Scarborough, the South beat •i %  Nortli by 3 .v n keti North 288 for 7 declareil. lluttoo H Konyon 11, Bacond im.mis MB fm B daclarcd, Hutton 8T I % %  M OUt 78 *Vuth 24 IDV declared. In-oV 84 Second Innings 251 for 7. Flshlork S7. Tom Graveney 57 —Reuter Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay a.i-n. M V Blue Sex lAuaalfMw. s.st* n.m. n %  AKI(1VAI> Mnn. rraati Tniu*j rVflblouk. SM lorn nrt i Hriinh Guiana -. kaajaa ^ %  % % %  if • aT-sss %  %  *. Ca D ' %  -" %  •• Brltl.l, or H V Ai-ei '.. %  K Sal ton. Ml rt IiniKtaH Brhnnnst T-rUfcp DmT i. (OIL, %  tie. •• %  Vlna-nit W V T n Hadar IIS too. Cip* Arr-rtibiHd (r fS Lucu SEAWELL r—a il'lMiiM;. %  Chan Jakn O%  I Dtak %  url LMI. Cad kin UsaMa. UUa %  % % %  Dr i %  ..i-rNaaaiila I -ph titmttv. Atfrae Robinaon Ships In Touch With Barbados I oasrni Station IIIII a w L'O idvur thai i i i",i l i P.ir.!l u ,„. Sokirvaa l*r-.}. iborto Colalla M\IUI .Tl* 1 thai W,.T|., $S BrfHi HIM. I4r (tola SS r->rriua*1 l Bi .i.li S S Trlan.i/ii. B ft FDrt Amdcr.l. S S Moimacland. K Thalma IV M Car.lb. a S GuaatokHipa. S S N O Raganaa. 8 a Ulyaaaa. 8 S B*n^a Daepia. %  B Clara. % S Murmic MM*. B %  CapetankaN. * Luciana* •t*. 8 s Loncwoad. 8 8 Aaiakun. Thalk-anua a 8 Pasta. 8 8 | Fonlibaroado'lF. B 8 Sp<. DngNi. B S VHII.O. 8 S Cuiaad Or I Cat ISM. S 8 World Frata. 8 8 laid) Boenaj-. S |an, 8S Si-.r.a. s S Al..-. Pi.*rlm. 8 8 Cam. 8 8 8 Vailno. S 8 Ubaldo 8 B 8 C'a'allna. 8 8 Urarioai. 8 S Artstoa. 8 8 Uoimaettal. S 8 Mnrmarmar. ft 8 Brlnioii LvkM. P aad T atatsrar. 8 8. The Cttana. 8 8 Oulf V-rWir nbaU Khiabrit. Ca...pl-.|l irland L'ampbrll. Ralph Hoard UL.r McDowall Olad— Commlna. HrtK i;rHTIlh Laon Millar. Boat Wed>, Biddall. Ian Michmon' Mari< OBS. tk>L, B Ui GUI. SI Clalr Mon laon. Mululph Jickmoi. Daehna JacHragn J'-kn Do. Rarnca. Chrlitophar 4lf<4 1 .. I ii (11 I ANA: ."•larwr Aniaar. Ual*lla Sloan, Laula Gillan-. KoalU .-UM.. Mildrarl Pulli-n. William futlafi Chaik-a Mjnmrta Er^Ta>loi. DamDorn MarKermr KnM Nirhall* !" Nochnll. Lou,. Balsravr Baail Wo„g Vhawal WON. Plan. Wiilam. Ann.. Worm. Nallie Savmour. atev. P-tar Oubi tar ASTKil A Marlona Phillip, galhar I'.lanm. aarotl i> fl )nhn Ckar'.r U8SNADA: Halpin Phillip. Jaan Okadan. Ktrol B tf a ca aaa. inku st.athan. Lnu Broman Waritn Thorpa. I %  m ejtsti :. r-r BAM iis Hilda Hiilaon. GusUs >Mman. OMa. HM H.rnaa. Barnard IU}nr>. Euabaca Millar 'MCA Robarl Orras tM ll-ki' Bkdv,...th BREATHE FREELY., CAItY POCKJT.MANDVV %  ih yool f AriytDnr your now kid* stuff v 1 i.iLoU.awhi(f *A or two gives >ou cool, clear ung insianily. "J It's srnall hut r-Jr*cd uh r ...u\v nasal medication So pb"'-tit' Ard Vkks Inhaler is safe to use as often as > ouplca.se. ^ VICKS ltJHB\a.Ilt KM1MKE Mai. & Night Daily ve yuong women dressed %  t inappropriately in high-heeled black shoes, brief black shorts, and white waistcoats. Over this they wore ankle-length net skirt!, and carried batons. We felt, unkindly, that they would have been more suitably clothed as piglet* ffltarine fKotel BAILE ESPECIAL PARA LOS TURISTAS VENEZOLANOS EN BARBADOS. 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1950. DE 9 P.M. 2 A.M. PREMIOS ATRACTIVOS Riflp Shooting .'' ,,! %  n ars Mlad to n •< ibu Uisrs VM|| be %  pratiice of the Small Bnro Rule Club lu.l:iv SHI"•clay 9th. 1950 Reds Attack • rroui i .lire I Communist UasMg on all itnta In the 24 hours up to noon today were officially estimated al 3.100 killed and wounded, ann 1 captured. Solid clouds .uid rain crippled iiited Nations a r strikes this morning, though the weather ired this afternoon and aled lighters mid tighter bombers to resume their support of ground troops. An air communique said tha' Amtr can H 2 Superfortress bomberi attacked a magnesium %  I rail centra at Songjln i>l the east coa'rt peninsula Vice Admiral C. T Joy. ComiMaiider ot the U. N fleet anIhal his forcrs sank 15 North Kuicni irBBBell yesterday .mil the day before Korean IsWfln" I red Ibnp %  • ff ti-, .-. nooncerl — Reater. Thcyll Do It Every Time KnOWS THE HEEL BOyS-THEy kTEEP UP A CQHTiHUAL ATTACK FROr/ THE REAR By Jimmy Hatlo ^UT LET .WONE COME WITHJM 200 YARDS OF THEM-WOVV. 1 MUPPERll HEy. 1 TAKE r. EASYl LAY OPPi WHAT'SA B\6 \0EAV. ^*ba'^7.i>. ieart Trouble %  lujed by High lood Pressure %  oa turnjNUaa aeseal uta bon • Hoa, sliriaaaa,Tiidach. %  i %  -. k sf raad aai abort eras aaa a* tvaata, faa. aae>T, r •.: m (um paor slaap, liaa af %  *".., %  Hi •nariT. Infllfasi 'i. SFaaT r a%  •-, r*u' irji.i la probablr eaaaad T tlti* Blood Praaaura. Bj 1. :>iiarlou* dlaaaaa Ibai mm awi %  aths thsa asaoar, aaaaaaa th< aShSBfJ ar. ao tomirM and BBBBlh •••Jian tar soraa alaipla altssaat. I u auftar from anr at Ibaaa %  ympisa. rou> ll'a may ba aadaaaatad $r Iran Troubla or a saralyuo atroka %  >.d you •' url itn traalmaal al a. Ttao in* Bret doaa of Nam f.rmarlr known aa Hrn-.>. ,,. %  i-tloal 4laro.ary. rodueaa Hl|k Stood :-••;(• and TI xkaa ycu '•-: run oungor tn a faw days. Oat Nam 'rom raajr cliambM todar li U gnar.nlaad la maXa *ou fa.I w.llT-.nS %  iront o' ... %  •) %  M.. aa ratura ay %  %  .['. V L-%  %  !• A (iRAMI II.VMF. § Ml* MAltW iiu; ii... savor ci.rn. I Hall • I mdlv ion by lha Manaaamrn' > K atl BATt'llHAV NIGHT. A Baplrnibar th ttrM. -* .-.Mil... — — t A .pptid u ur aajre, PI I I:1MIMS.NT* ON SAIJC 9 ..lai IBIS l-ivSjallon. 'i. p %  < %  ulint and Members of the f-TtlN SPORTS CM'H intad their fri.'nds of their ANNUAL DANCE Whlctl takes place > TO-NIGHT S — at — I L/UEENS PARK HOUSE ADMISSION 3 J I*,',*,*,-,',*.'----.','--,',',',*--,',',',-, •*i'2-ift' "riint'liio o/ a Week-End' Sta to (he hdr by oblng DANCE Sponsored by Mi. & Mis. Edward Barrow at the < aildrca's Uaodwlll Leacae on SATURDAY SIGHT Sept. SB St BSt RIPTIOS / %  MUSIC by Percy C.rcen'a Orchestra Hefreshmcnt-s on Sal> BjASB 110 WHT RE VOU X TRYIN' TO DO KILL US? HOLD VOLR HORSES I JUST FOR THAT. WE'LL TAKE OUR OWN SWEET, TIME!.' SPECIAL DANCE FOR VENEZUELAN TOURISTS IN BARBADOS 9U. of SEP1EMBER, 1950 9 P .m. 2 am. ATTRACTIVE PRIZES USEFUL A TAMELY \ FOR LADIES rustle Cmbrrllaa Lovely I % %  •.it as M i;i ,. A | I'Ustir KaineaaU.. S2.ll ea. I'lantle. In lovely drslgns I'aun Fans 2Jc Km Btraar Faney sii,.p P i niI %  %  Mrrsi SUaw Faney .shoppsne Hata 98c ra Sun Saaadea . .. i U a FOR GENTS Llsht A Cool ShlrU in Cotton A Silk 76c to S3 98 FOR CHILDREN Panama School Hat* M.20 up i. inns lor t'nlforma 19c. a yd. BsBfg Caaa from l/up Boys A Olrls Veals 30c up Bwy* Shoes All Sites $3.64 %  P. THAWS Pr. Wm H^. SI .:: nial S4CC afiBBBBraaBBBBBBMaaB Keep in good shape with fisAtgaton /R ttnAAiohqA W. hiv. Ih.ni in PINK and WHITE S.r.i 32 Io 40 $l 8 4 $2 5 7 SbtaphiAk tBhaAAiohsiA m Wliils and Black Sizes 32 io 38 *7.94 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD, 10, 11, 12, 13. Broad SlrcH Calling all Dairy Owners, Race Horse Owners, and Stock Owners. No more Fee.1 apoilod or tioureu by lUIr or dirty water remaining in : our Duckets It vou use our patent BUCKET HOOKS Wash >our Bucket and hang it upside down on thBucket Hook by Its rim The Bucket is securely held by Its own weight. It drams and dries in no time. It remains dry and clean until wanted for use and is easily and quickly released. Tire BUCKET HOOK can be fixed on the side of any wall or upright. ONLY 80c. EACH. Sec them at — 'J. THE POLICE OF 7*^ BA "0 Direc 'ed by a y c apQi n aiso n T ck *ts on < '4VE YOU GOT A lOLD or COUGH IF SO TRY C.S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. AND AT WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. THE STANDARD VANGUARD KKOWM'S I CERTAIN C. CARLT0N BROWNE ? Whi.l^.l. a Retail Dnnw \ 136. Roeb.rk si ptal 211] ?* I f THE FAMILY CAR-POPULAR EVERYWHERE 68 h.p. 6 sealer saloon THK VI Y.MMIII. 12 ,„,. |>|< K-l F THE SilMIUIII III III l in VAX The be&t Vtfluc in their tla*. today. Se i In-in at . CHELSEA GARAGE 950> LTD. AaU Trafal.ar Sirset



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sumn.tv. srpTK>inr.R 9. uai BARBADOS ADVOCATE FACE THKfF. Foreign Consuls In B.G. Allies Diwemn More Police Inflation Must Not Ma ^*^Z T ile ^ s For Z A ffect Defence Plans 11 mm Our Own Correspondent) GEORGETOWN Sept UNDER A NEW RILL shortly lo be introtfu British Guiana Legislature, powers of the Pol • ;t,n slates will b< tfaTtl U Foreign Consuls will be exempted from payment tW In IMpeet of any land or buildings owned or occupied roign state for purpose of a Consular Office The US Government recent'> A -• _--, [acquired their own premises in Antigua Lrets SSSITShiSrcunS Main Street Thi< will bethe perty to inownei bv -. rmUn Stute for the purposes of a CITUIII.II Office in Hi %  I I IlllUM The new Bill also etk lonfrr upon Consular Offices d| Foreign State* with which Consular Conventions are concluded M .je>t>. rcitain powrn la'atinjt t> the administration d state* and property of deceased rua Gets Funds And Supplies %  I ram Page I luscd the Administration o| cnaging 01 foi cing thi •ilion oi a deplorably low standard of housing. 'Government." the I national! of such" aUteT communique states .1. reply deUnder clause 2 of the Hill ,t U) 1 £?£2 "JJK"?; Pvi ' a !" of rep,e_,„u'ion be made to a consular officer respect of a dectned person lug and made the offer solely the interest Of piovidmg accommodation at Hit greatest speed." But Press crttictsm has appaicnll\ achieved one thing: the amount of the offer has beer raised from $19.20 10 $30 00. Other relief measures including repairs to fishing boats and task* and the procurement of building supplies is under consideration. The communique then ends* on the following note of assurance "The public may rest assured tint Government are doing and will continue to do everything that hen within their power here to %  IstViatO distress resulting from the hurricane." Many private citizens arc already helping Covernment in thl *oil of relief and rehabilitation —Can. BOM, Security Councit Rejects Russian Proposal LAKE SUCCESS. Sept. 8. The Security Council. masting In secret today, rejected the Soviet pioposal to exclude from Us annual report everything done by tho t ounell during the Soviet absence. The Soviet delegate, Jakob Malik, propoae d ihm ail Council %  %  tweei /si uarj 11 and ALgtist I be %  truck from the re, t Hi [" %  !" araa defeated by ten V< let u Malik hi Hurt, hr thought Ihe question was %  UHeel to veto, but that he did not II-. to apply that rule. Tin Council ill meet again in v %  dlacUBl the Aiaeriian proposal that the whole. I iflaii bt made the subject .1 pedal report. Si', MI ^ %  -. l M ^ ,irc held to pre, i.%  •poll each year U) the ,Wcmbly.-kruler. VERDICT ON ATOMIC ENERGY proper!\ In the Colon, being due % %  -. of, when of a State to which the Clause UtOT in tho will vt the deceased person or II otherwise a person *.o whom a grant of representation to the estate in the Colony ..r the dceeascVl person may be made. and such national is out of UV Colon) .Mid ha* no duly constituted attorney v.itlun the Colony Pa.Mile 111 ul Monies I 1 2 alas seeks to provide for the payrronl of monies or i' no from the estate of a or becoming due on the death of such person, to a national |0 h> which the Clause applies, \-> n consular officer, if -uch national is not resident In th.Colony A Consular Officer howover, shall not be entitled to any immunity or privilege in respect of any act done bv VtltUS 0f powers oonforrad on hi ihii vection of the Ordinance. A consular off!,. Of 1 which this Bill applies shall not constable or other person acting In execution of any warrant or other legal process, or in the exercise of i>owers conferred by or under any enaennanl (whether pasted be! ifs or after tho new Ordinance) or < ii.i" .* evrept wi'h the consent of the consular officer In that office, or if that consent is cannot i with the con ml of .. % %  or Iksta A constable ma) however enter 1 goasular office (or the i>un>orivate right. Restriction* These raatrleUoaa on (unstable* do not however apply to any consular office which for the tuna .being is in the charge of any j'nt toraa waj inward A would b> introl, hut %  %  Brtthth, %  %  ogst n ao n in political the three .vould have Ul reaching an agrwment or the expati-ioTi oi C.erman police, though Uv .%  %  %  %  t:ol France 111 partuulai to question II.. placing .1 strong armad polica irr the control of Ihe Federal Oovammant at Bonn on grounds thai this might form the nucleus of a raaurgajnl German war machine %  agree 'hat the force could be inefaaaad m poUoa --ttcngth hui felt it ihfnlld v 'iH rajnain under slate conB Observers here telt thai if Colonel A. 1 force compaiabl. <,< iman Communist, me aimed 'Homi Guard" police forec. tht K'-reign Isuinsiaii were almost D reject such %  plan Hut then was qua] I intrt" foi Gel man darnandi (I i aonVttonal police protoction Tin support we % %  1 !>> %  the United Btataa ihgh Comi John MeCloy's report to the State Department that the rait ilitni nation programme in the Soviet Zone wss "one of the more sinister developments and of the war "—Renter. Says Director Of Monetary Fund PAlil CAMILLA Gt'TI' Monetary Fund, came out ftroagfaf 1 itiooa when lie addresM-J tho 5th annual meting ,,f thsj Fund n Paris t i ational ai. tetil "We are living toda.' constant threat of war" said Gutt. "As long as aggression or the %  Kgression arr rojsUttsn. peace-loving niust be thn med to defend peace. "it would bo crUnlnaj to auggcsi that Ihreateneil countries should reduce their del. beeause that involved the danger an aggression are by far greatet than Ihe risk of inflation" At the same time, Gutt said inlr,ttiun" He sllaajad Ihe gold pOlW) of the harming eartaiD of n^ members. 'In.oi. ..i Id t.. .dti ii.pi %  %  ifTjLlf. iia.iu t.oi i Ptico Havenga deall wilh the refusal l the KINGSTON The 12th annual CO! 6 ii„. Pool .. National Parts ion in the House it Itepresentativea, denit with gtotak enarj In %  woak-4 m passed a resolution in the follow"Whereas there are in exi*Wncc today such dangerous vcapom known as the al hydrogen bomhs; and where.a" these weapons are destrurtivr to mankind: lie it resolved that concall upon the Brlrsn Government to advoeat United Nations Organisation the application of atomic er-ergy fcr industrial purposes and solely for I respect of any conveyance or i*ie production of peacetime needs transport oi immovable property foi the benefit of humanity I to an* State lo which this Section i Colonies, or is not u national of the state by which that office Is maintained. I-inn or buildings owned b> a Foieign State or occupied by any person on behalf of such State for the pun>ses of a consular office l PORT-Or-BPAIN, 5Emplovees of the Labour Office al Trinidad Leaseholds Utnttatt Pouiie-a-Pierre, have bai ing in for Increased work during llie ptsst few weeks, as a number of workmen from van of the island have been storming the company's labour office with a view to getting employment on Ihe con i building pro)* I %  it the Ordinance applies, or ill icspect of any lease by such State of any premises, for any of the purposes specinod above. Other clauses in the proposed BUI seek to enable the officer-in charge of the effects of a decease l seaman to hand them over to a consular officer when.* the property does not execei in value $480.00 nd the person entitled to such effects is resident in a foreign State • Powers of a consular officer undei the Merchant Shipping Act will also be extended to the custody stid disposal of a wrecked hip itself as to ihi i istod) and disposal of any articles beiorupng lo or from part of its cargo. La*> DWk*. gas s/asgSsHNfl %  rWffsl rotes' sasaei, fa a Senrr Ui'iiti'i.ift *" ••'! and a vonJrrful. fau thin. I n*r fWi fJ^imi fSgsisn) and tl'l a"Wl_.', ! (fkOVLsM W(iM>, il fi"f-J/..' iifiUaunl l Paw siw I al od Lady Dudley, a^saaara Una Ion bostass, have ( %¡ e thing in common itu y 0M i he jnie beauty care! Toi beauty cure iPassd'o, and it i ih-tsfoasiai of society's lovebe.t sfOBWI in Amrrni, Kngbml, asd France. Whv ii"t /..igssnaoa dss ben same care? I alien lluMil renhnsi lejniUirK OWfs night, il-sn-.* ihe sUn timi..utii.lv ajdi Peadfo Cold Cream, swlrnagj ii aentrj <"rr IJ.-and un your (uigcf. "Kin—" \. "oi fur ntrs clesnilng. eitrj •aftassssr, lo UM monung. befers you make-up, smootb a n .II as % %  u ba*e l>ecaue il I I mkr* au nie*l puwdci rWafa. It .•devour i' Ua rt -biiII be thrilled -itl, .1. fir. At 4il be^iily < —utersPond's InM l>> I vilin* UflMbluhaMaH I'^erywhere iMi'umni uv MANNING & CO. LTD KRIO'IETOWN hH^^^I il AND rtol ILFII HY Wm.MLRRAV&Co.Ltd. EDINBURGH SCOTLKNO



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PAGl: FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATF SATURDAY, SIPTKMBIR !>. ID.-.O HAKHADOS^AmlM^Ti; t —^-i——r-—t,—.1 lltal.i ' *• ...—• Qk LM-. ' %  • M. aH|..wa Saturday. Srptembrr . I SKI >l\llhll FOR some years now public discussion has been centred on the establishment of a City district market which would take the place of the discarded building in Cheapside This week the Sanitary Commissioners of St. Michael decided to recommend to the Government the acquisition of an area in the City bounded by Suttle and Tudor Streets and Masonic and Watkins Alley, which could be used as a district market. The question of the necessity for district markets does not now arise. If it did the answer would be supplied in the fact that Improvised markets have grown up in Suttle Street. Busby Alley and The Ruins; and that they cater to a volume of trade which would better be done in a well established district market. The area of the suggested spot is 27,000 square feet and this with a modern building suited to the tropics erected on it should provide all that is necessary. It has roads on all four sides. This will add to the convenience of those who will do their shopping there. Vehicles could be driven around the market while shoppers purchased their goods and left on the other side. They would have been able to pass through the market and make their selections without being annoyed or preyed upon by hawkers. The spot is central and near the meat market beside: being part of the busiest shopping centre. In view of the recent statement in the House of Assembly that the Government did not propose to embark on any capital expenditure at the moment, it may be that financial consideration owing to the sudden rise in the cost of the buildings, might cause some controversy and delay. One thing which will strongly recommend the scheme to the public is that it will prevent the cluttering up of the alleys and side streets in the shopping centre by hawkers and which now make them the unsightly places they are to-day. It will also afford the opportunity to demolish the present old dilapidated and unsightly buildings roany of which are now to be seen on this spot; and those people who live in districts near the city proper will be able to do their shopping conveniently in this market. There can be no doubt that the City needs a district market. But the City needs a market which will add lo not detract from the character of Bridgetown. Any building erected should conform to tropical needs and round it there should be shrubs and flowering plants and trees. Here the Civic Circle should be invited by the Government or by the Vestry who will be ultimately responsible for the markets, to beautify the place. The age of ierry-building is past, even for Barbados. siiii-:.\ HI < i i> i ION THE following information from a letter addressed to the Colonial Secretary is of special interest. "In response to a leading article in the Barbados Advocate of this date (Sept. 7). I am writing to say that I heard the siren at noon to-day. very faintly but distinctly. My house is on Number 1 Highway, (the Lee Coast Road), where the boundary between St. Peter and St. James intersects the Highway, and is just over 10 miles from Bridgetown. There was a gentle breeze blowing at tintune I nun approximately North-East. ho rather against ihe sound. Tins would make the extreme limit of audibility about 10 miles for persons of average hearing, but the practical limit for warning purposes would be considerably less, as we might not have heard the siren if we had not been listening for it In the event of a decision being made to adopt the sirens for hurricane Warnings 1 should like to offer the following suggestion, that careful consideration he given to the length of time before the expected arrival of the storm, that the sirens are to he sounded. If the time is longer than necessary thenis always the possibility of a change in direction of the storm track, such as apparently occurred on August 31, making the warning unnecessary. On the other hand, it is of course important to give people a reasonable length of time to make their preparations, and this will vary with time of day or night. It also occurs to me that If several sirens "!• at once in different parts of the island, the sound would be quite audible for some distance offshore, and to warn fishing craft U it at the timr" What Torquay Will Mean To The Trader (Reproduced V/tth Acknowledgments From The British Export Gazette.) nine agreed upon The wider sigthese restrictions would in ihc fan that, by inimical bn Iba too* iun to UM %  .ner group of objecUva of trade expansion In counti JUS*' Until quanflUtive reatnetiotu, vlll of commercial obligations des'gnare I*nW<, the full impact ol A MOM. ihe I'I .i ,..iui.g in die Tv>w cooiar* Uiere will be a possible lOU more than 6(10 iieg^ U practice, however, nations -cgoiiate only with count: m EM ... n Hi*CUTGATT on warUi trade will not be with which their mutual trade -s rent trend towards Inereaslaj ''" This point bruugM Of such a character as to proi in the following eonime; a basis for the exchange of conAt Geneva, 23 Government* recent Mir of Barclay* 4n cessions. Even so. it U probable negoUatcd the original agreementMm*ww. Asking what has bee mat 4M(i Baaataatlfli win take a[ Annecy. those 23 countric neachieved so far as a result ol Ik place, as compared with 123 comskJttaMd individually with th" labours at Geneva am: pleted negotiations at Gem va in BOW group of ten countries, but ln ** wlter says: 1947 and 147 :il Annecy last year, not (with one ur two excepUona) Tn *' "TsOlts nave ban re %  Mloni obtained as a reamongst themselves. At Torquay, niarkahh-. though h the prevaiisult Of the various bilateral negothe 33 present contracting part H ,'"* "instances many of then nation* will, as at previous conand the seven newcomers will a I n ,vo _. ?" Parocularlj ferences. be extended to all the U negotiating with one another a PP !" n .aking part. The USA. Britain. France, BencWliat iUM significance of all lux, Canada. Italy and the Scandi these negotiations, and of ihe uvtan cotmtnaa, to mention onlv General Agreement on Tariff and M few. will be s. .king tariff reTrade Itself, to world commerce'' duetUaM from ea.h other The Here are the claims offliiajlv negotiations v. II ihei. fore involve. made lor GATT:— .,„ important a rt of th* wei-id/a. ,'Vmi",',,! (a) it has provided the only „iternational .ade. % %  This verv fact nukes tl Itorock on which to build freer The partlc.paUon of Wertorr -225 -. Zh u %  |v mn.t.2 word .Tade. pending the creation Gcnnanv is generally ootniriPT*," . I""*"" ..# ^ i.a.nnlT !" ..! Trf. droum ' ,"* 1 "'"' consinere nport I censing and exihangc ttOQ features of th* Torquay conferi--.. ,,,. orovulcl I (h) it has restrained countries CI11 ( TW. „.„, ta „ pha ^ ln S^aSSSi tin Measuring the effec& on the trado 11 countries. (c> It has brought together, in Harriers. in atmosphere of goodwill and determination to liberate trade, a very large group of countries previously related in iheir trade policies mainly by Individual arfromtaking completely freeta 30-page report endued Liberoconcerned" are readier to Landed, one-sided action to suit „.,„ World 7 „de. ,uM teued by ,i than thev, .,,,,,0 be oth without ihe interim Commission for the In large moVsure. therefore, th. Inlernalional Trade Organisation exchange of COncaaMotli botW4M sequel to Th,Attack oti Trade member countr es has hitherti been rendered nugatory by thi "The German UnlT is being maintenance of quantitatr. cconstructed by the l. In lowering United Slate, limitations on rate Increases these quantitative restrictions are it has helped to open 'ip should applv to that tariff as removed—and the movement l neater opportunities tor selling w ,.n M |CI )|f|oi p;,,,,,^.,,,, ar ^ ma kiiig sntisfarlory progress. iTica and so increasing under th OaBTal fifHIHIHnl cspec ally within F.urn(>c where dollar aa m i n sa Moreover, .. number of important the liberalisation of trade prole) K' has provided a court industrial pioducts were exclude.! posals are being launched—the where cases of discrimination an) from the negotiations ol 1947 and real worth of UM OfBWfl hardship have been argued and 1949 because Germany before Anne, y labours will becomi settled with ihe least possible the war had been the principal apparent." harm to world trade. soppier: Ihogfj can DOW bl „ • If) ll Is the only functioning brought with n ihe scope of lh< "RealiticV And Kules Ingfnsment al the international agreement, thus cousidei.ibly exThe major part of the Intentr. Uvel which has already achieved tending Its COVOrajS ol lh Convnisston'l SOCOOd report 1* Mibstantial success m reducing proiim : % %  % %  -i n, bUgniatkaVJi :hcil devoted lo exaininm. tiade barriers and which contrade" CJtiuttltatlva restrlcUoos of varltalns agsinsl backsliding. Products on which it 1 thought ous kinds and discussing how the> Western Germany is prepared lo can be alleviated and ullimalel> Lowering U.S. Tariff Wall IssgoMatg tariff reductions include eliminated. The hrst two rounds of tariff chemicals, dyestuffs and optical "The objective lhat quantitative regulations helped lo reduce Ihe and prec slon instruments It is restrictions should m general 1Uinff wall barring the cntrv .1 also WgfMtad lhat. because ol abolished is one of the rocks goods into the United State* lo the virtual absence of Import which the General Agreement 1n level lower than II has been at and axport lestrlctions between built, ll is V'*** " l "Jf' IDS tune since 1B14. and constEastern and Western Germany, agreement says In slmi c and plain derably less than half whav d the changes negotiated by the languor that they must be elin^~ w-x under the llawlev-Smoot German Federal Republic at inated prohibitions and restricUrtff wna-h oflowSihe slump Torquay m>ht apply^to son. -<;"ther 'lh..duiu,, :.. %  m Of the early 30s The prospect cxten. u,, F.astcm Germany', J h^r charges ^no^to be ap %  ^nth^reducUon^^ U* .orelgn^ -^^ pSSSS ere on Ihe published list of some parties prepa.e to negol.a e w.lh |( ^ m : nt IM m7 1Jted th. Um ai-uleon Wh.ch Ihe I S A '^ f tOI I re, n.i •:,, ,,.,,..„._,, : ,.,;., ... whl ,.,. may be prepared to consider Several of the, !" u n <^ i h ii n they lived and laid down rules Ion at the Torquay con ?" rt P atP "V '.'" ,'.,,', prrmltllni the use of quantitative Geneva fntered tho-e negot aliens f,. sl llUl „ (S n ,,. r :iiri brined clrIt H true, Of course, lhat sev *' lh relatively low lariffs. bu utn>t 4lut v ons permitted under the US Trade Arrangements Ad is limited lo reductions of 50 pel cent on Ihe level of 1st January. 1945. .... ktValttaUOD of Septemli r problem during the.past year h Urimv th(iy Bhoul)1 havc , 9W nd thai' further benefits In this direction thould result from th<: Torquay conference Ftelng ii"' 1 conditions tinif the contractparuM bare already relaxed loved same of the controls htch was another the opportunity to Judge whether measure employed by many progress has been made towards these countries to .leal with the the establishment of an eqin ,. pnjhlcm will be more The results of the Annecy tariff balance in tariff levels apparent." negotiations were made available The reduct ons and binding* l! llcl ' n;i t,H "bcr111 a leport entitled The Attack on UKrce d upon at Geneva 111 1947 ; ,l lo n yl ""-"".t trade from qunTrodV Harrier, (published in the hlul -t Jsuied l.fe of only three >"">'vv restncUons1 Will be a proUK by UM Stationery Office), years. Ileyond lhat perlud they pwlvc .process,,_ th_restri. lum, lt was emphasised at the time that remain in force indelinitel>. Im* a biinstalisUcal comparison beproposals for the withdrawal ol iweeii the value of trade covered gpedAc concess ons can M ,„ l.y |h concessions made by the addressed to the countries witn SmamwT& Sn^lS United Kingdom and those from which they were initially negoi !" 1 ^. !" Sv f modified ^heir wfali h 'his country* slood to gain Hated The possib lily that many a4 j m ini sir alive policies But Ihe redid not give a true picture, on aeof the concess.ons made uuring „„,., |U S lls nope m aitl | v n the count of the difference In the the first and second round 01 KtivtUo) of two groups th nature of the goods which Britnin tariff-cutting may be withdrawn s i er Hnj area an d the OEEC respectively imports and exports, introduces aji linossbral**e eie"The sterling area covers In general, for instance, the conman. of Linoerta nty, anu it was [ nr ge segment of world trade and cessions obtained by the UK (on therefore decided lust Ke! luary ,-onstitutes in itself a multilateral trade valued in 1938 at some that all re-negot 1 a tons should be Trading system wllh only mild ln£22 000,000) related to inanuh* Id at the end of the initial tei-rial icntrictlons on trade and faclured g:"ls .vheieas a 'arg.three-year peiiod. i*„ at the OOO with lnterconvertibiht> of percentage of the Irade covered of this year, ana that Ihe assuren rencies.* 1 it is pointed out "The by concessions (valued in 1MB at life of the result ng schedules European Organisation also re£711-100 000) related to raw mnshould be extended for anoth ubftantinl part of intenah. i v timber and wood pulp three years. The Torquay conternalien.il commerce and may ,„.,,... lerence which beglttl OD Wfi Pve lh< •. %  • f..i ..l-li^nn: nuan %  SvpieinlH-r and is expected to Utalive reslti.tions among its run well into 1951 will prnvide members and f restoring curthe opportunity t.a these opera'"•'> convertlbilil.v. Some memtions. Thus Utere should emerge ban of each of hese two groups ihe negot aiiora a set of haer already exlended their exlu addition to the Aiiiuw by the 10 acceding couatne-. the UK also gained indirect hfrom concessions made bv th. %  ther 22 contracting parties to (ron i the accKtin| oountMoB. Thus It tariff for 40 countries, emplions from quantitallvc rc%  slimal.il that concessions n M|i lo DM 1'niie.i States on trhlch the UK had an in1,1 Inelil ItnTi-di 11. nl< %  value of aboul C 500.000 at •M (eve! I'll! schedules Mr 4U eoumnes. %  ••• % %  — %  • H--"" !" *"%  *of winch will be bound against itrfctloni 10 the products of all -re.se uut.l Ihc beginning ol > curre.u-> .^untrtre II 1 e.e e 1954. Next lrblem : Import ControU Meimwh le. the question of Illative import restrictions -In this, and in the comnun inembereMp ol 0t United King itoin in i.th groupa, lies ihe p*s silnlity that thaM group aTTa Mt %  •ents ma. proVfl 10 l>e steps to.ii.is the 1 beratton Brake On Reslriclivc Trend .. has come' IncrtsUsngly i" t' 1 *' ti!!.;. %  M.m> countries arc nov It v.as not possible, however, fore. The General Agreemcui balancing their payments wllh the lo .11.(11. IIM UM un|KHtanee of Ihe recognises that there may be a world .1 A hole, but the inAnn* I inference simply by alneed for such controls dur.ng tlutractable dollar gap remains to bo tempting lo anaryat Ihe effects on |>er nd of economic recovery, bu' resolved before lull multilateral.1 pi -nit ulai tountiv's trade of the also embodies the acknowledgeism and convertibility can be revarious tariff reductions and bind-mem of adhering nations that sumed. FROM MOSCOW: 10 CZECHOSLOVAKIA A SECRET agreement bawccii C/ rfloBsOvakia and East Germany, placm lii'ir uranium mines directly under Soviet administration and ceding %  atrip J Czech ti-rriiory to East Germany, was tiictaled by Moscow. iaccuiiliin; lo Edmund Rchak. ganger*. < worth of foreign credits that she could hav< had by selling the uranium abroad. One can easily imagine to what extent thi Bovttt administration will use the profits realized from the sale of uranium to better the standard of living of the people ol Czechoslovakia or to rehabilitate the Czech economy. The communist hierarchy agreed that autonomous Soviet administrations be created Czech territory to please their Soviet masters who keep them in power. They were even obliged to agree that part ol Bohemia which had been Czechoslovak territory for more than 1,000 years be given ti Germany, again in the interests of U.S.SR This strip of land rich in uranium deposits four to five kilometers deep and 20 to 30 kilometers long. In the agreement it is provided that Czechoslovakia receive just compensation for the territory ceded bi.t Ihe kind or lime of compensation is not mentioned. The present so-called Czechoslovak government has even agreed that the Soviet authorities will have absolute authority over Czech citizens working in the mines and lhat they may be sent at a moment's notic • lo thi iJ.S.S.R. There are two categories of employees In the uranium mines: the most important arv the prisoners, political and nf n-political, and UlOM detained to prevent them from actinr against the government. The second category are the regular civil employees sent Iherc In the Office of Labour. According to the agreement both rai.i'nn. of workers may be sent to the Soviet Union if ihe administration deems it necessary and the Czech army and police force are to be put at the beck and call of the Soviet Mine Area Administration, should Ihey be needed. The text of the agreement was brought to 1 ilready prepared by the former Soviet ambassador Zorin, who demandsd that the accord be signed immediately, which was clone on May 7, 1950. When the Czech leaders tried in gofton some of the terms of Ihe accord, that the provisions dealing with the dispaui; of Czech employees to the Soviet Unio would terrorize the Czech population, th Soviets replied "That's why the accord is secret." —I.N.S. WOVE WIRE 1 .in x 24 In.. 36 In. ', In. x 24 In.. 3C In LASHING WIRI 14. 18 ,nd IK CisHir (.M.VWIMRAKHI.Ii WIRE ". ih ( oil-. GALVANISE HIRE—50 and 100' Colls ALl'MINIM CLOTHES LINES STAINI.fHs XT* II, RIGGING WIRE— 1 In GALVtM-i Nl M'l.ES—"in.. ', In. i:\IMMilllMH\l I in. I in In.. 3 In Kll'Slara 3-16 la WILKINSON IIAVNES CO. LTD. C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. i'honn U-: A 4M7 DACOSTA'S DRESS GOODS DEPT NOW OFFERS SHARKSKIN In the following Shades GREY. MAIZE. BOIS de ROSE. AQUA, and WHITE. Stop in To-day and make your Selection. Da COSTA & CoIU. DRY GOODS DEPT. V.*.'.'.'. ->-.*-•--.-.. %  I Meet Me At I i: GODDARD'S RESTAURANT Famous for STEAKS & SANDWICHES and GOLD BRAID" COCKTAILS London's First Food Fair Is Open llJOAN ERSKINE) Tiiiiiis ;i thoroughly prr-vvm .. %  nl laondoti's delectable Food Fair. which opened al OKmpia on August 29. There .ne mi "Export Only" notices, and free sample?abound. Perhaps It m thJi latter fact that caused the bemused expressions on Ihe faces of the visitors, who accepted the mininiure DOttlea of coffee, pot* of Jam. and tins of noup %  Onsawhal diffidently Tinoldlime jostling and enimhling, howavafi have mver nrderlv <,ueues. r, sored by the Food Manulacturcrs" Federation, and almost five acres arm lakan up bv over two hundred manufacturers, who are explslnln£ demonstrating and selling dttCia over Uv how iht Britash preparing foodl %  IM to introduce others new to the market. At the HIM UsM it provides A meeting place for Trade buyers, and enables manufact ur afl to meet their customer* In person, Two unexpected exli.iYugoslavia and Czech. Before the war Yugoslavia exported nothing to Britain Now, under a new agreement, sini. ••ending thousands of Ion* of fruit and nuts over, and some very line wine?. Her star. I 'i-lLi.lv to agricultural produetk. and decorated with fine embroidery typical of the Balkan coiinlne* flown over ip.. i i!K fa the occasion. V in become Britain's lar, pllM "1 fresh fruit ami MHtt vear. n Britain %  ,. ,L1 ba tlacoratad siOi as I wrapped chocolate to] vakla Not I such an abundance of chocolate motor cars, babMa, dulis and novelties, been seen. I nique nl an exhibi.ion of this kind were sculptural works loaned by members of the Komi Soctatj Of llntish Sculptors, and M Ail Gallery of which Ihe theme was "Foxl and Drink in Art." The l* bahtnd this is 10 attar to artists and sculptors the opportunity of bringing tlieir works baton the notice of all classes of the community, something not always poss blc with normal art exhibitions. So there Is a tine canflng of the Protllgal Son*' in UM .,I a stylized lOD of the Virg n Mary and Child In a re$t lounge, amoiitc •mg the whole fair, is a Blfantlc Mural des gnad by Oswald Cunningham. 1.200 fart agth and nr hat In height It shows typical F.ngh'.h countr> %  | from sowing time to When one IN tired of w.mdei im: round the stands, each of them a minor triumph in artist:. out, there are cinema shows. %  concerts, and rest gardens. On the Australian itand is a eontinuous lllm-show. mloi inatiu: about emigration, and samples ol Iheir produce. Mr Cuba (Tate and I-yle % well-known sugar motif) was ihere; not only the talking model, but many smaller ones also. "I couldn't be cleaner" he says, or alternatively, "I'm so pure 1 In u Wesi Indian Garden In tha centre of the great Olympia Hall, Mr. Cube Invites visitors to rest In a delightful selling of palm trees, tropical foliage, flower* and fountains, to recorded calypso music. There is %  "Cane to Cuba" I iton of Britain's popular H.i 1 o Doctor. Charles Hill, urveiled Lumens, the Transparent Woman. But many of the women present neemed acutely embarrassed si *eeinj the way their bodies worked thus boldly exhibited to the world f> on page I Encuentrese Conmigo En GODDARD'S RESTAURANT Celebrado Por Bisteces y Sandwiches y COCTELES GOLD BRAID" %  ',','-',***,--*>*-'-*,',^>^^-3 MW/, s



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SATURDAY, SF.PTRMBF.R I. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE %  15 City Buildings May Give Place To New Market IF THE GOVERNMENT accept the recvmmendaiinn of the Commissioners of Health of Si Michael for a dtetriet market in the City, the Bftoen buildings on the selected Mt in ilains, there nre aottwttnM of tho buldlng of Ihe live which hss i um look, is the rw al Iha comar of Tudoc Btreei %  nd Suttle Street. Illl Mll!M\l M/l II M\\ UIU inlo lnlcnlhr. I'JIW llavlnt | cir.umferencr of fiO fret. It Is ( llp cUm "fimi.-r ire, at Queen'*. id It ba >h; 1-l.md htcse-it tree Van Driver \\ ill Not Pay £2 For Negligent Driving Flowers Yet among all the foulness of the surrounding, some Of the Mnsnts grow flowers In plint pots By the moss and hedged in by bush the prettv lilic grow The eight buildings which would m along Tudoi Btreei i( (Jovernment Hill 12 and 3 costs foi driving without dlM '•"< %  gnd atlenliou on Derm ks Itu.i I o'i July 3. Their Honoun ye:tei missed the case on \U, merits. Mr W. w. Raaoa K C apps rod on behalf of Bourne. Bourne said that on July S at about 7.30 pm he was drlvtni the motor van M-22? on Derricks Road going in the direction ol Bridgetown He saw a cart approach'ng him with a bicycle behind it. Suddenly the cart swerved across the road and there was an Occident in which the horse which war pulling the cart was Killed and the cart struck hy the van. His van lights were burnJnj but he could not remember seeing %  light on the cart. The rider of the bicycle Al Ihui Rfa harts of Wcston St. James— .•aid the van swervtd arross the road and ittuek UM C rl an horse. The van never stoppeo and he tried to see the number, but it was too dark. Mr Raaoa p addraaabii the %  %  done* that Bourne was driving without care and that lieing so. they could not confirm the deci1 Mr Nurw. hich he carries on ids burin* He said that it had been 1 10 build up hi* business In whal it has bee nu gnd the thought of lemovlng hatt unpettlad Mm wory much. Ha thought that it was very iikei> they would ba wall paid for the land and the buildings, but the trouble was. where to go and how to build up other business connections in I short space of time" Masonic Alle> is only alwiut four feet wide, but if the market is built, it would be widened. It was learnt. Along that Alley, too. a few leaning and weather beaten old houses are propped. They seem as though a high wind would destroy them Little business is done in Wntklns Alley People live ail >}•,( 1, 1 % %  mtranca to those In the middle of the confOtHd an • tetters Of Adm inist ration Granted His Honour Ihe Chief Judfa. Sir Allan Collvrnnie. in the Coul t : ( tdmaiy yesterday granted the ;,. t lion of SI (lair Viola Mascoll of Christ Church for Letters ol Administration to the aatata 0j Clyde Benjamin Baal who died m Curacao. Mi t\ II. Clarke K. C instructed by Messrs. Carrington & Scaly I %  ented the petit oner. The Chief Judge also granted %  he patltl %  Alphonso Bend Of St Michael, for Letters of Administration to th' Blanche Bend late ol the same %  %  Legal appearances were Una as in Ihe |.isl ret tior The wdls of Uie following peo•tetl ic Probai*:C.eorgiann Allcyne. Percy EUMIbridge MrOillon Puckenu. and Edith Rtb-' M 18 B %  ppard. late hael: James Theoph lus Butcher law ol Bl Priiip. In the matter of Ihe will ol Jeaaph Baywy m which a caven* has been Bled Mapr. the Court adiuurned boaring until Tuesday. September 19 1930 ih Airline Gives Sfxxce For Antigua Relief Supplies iPVom Oul Own Corn-ipnnrt-' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Pun American Airways have offered all available clipper cargo ipace on their flights from Trinidad to Antigua for transporting %  inergency clothing and foci upplles contributed by the people I Trinidad and Tobago, through jjM British Red Cross Society Shipment* will be dispatched on their regular flight which makes stops at St. Lucia. Martinique and Guadeloupe prior to arrival at Antigua. The carriage of these ercy shipments by P.A-A., is In beeping with the policy of offering aid to disaster-stricken areas. In leeent mont is P.A.A., havo ci-rrled similar shipments eaithquuke areas in Ecuador and Columbia. China Doll Serves Chow Harlook Tllr to the rstYaabinani • ii,. chJiu DoU Restaucanl al Maihill Mteel which lor the llr-.: me In the history hUcian. b also contesting the Souther:i A1 derma 1 1 Tang. Other ismtesWnls in that %  ire Mrs Aila Atherly. welland Jose Ran Fortune City Accountant. ONI 01 the Mtm : Park is kycunon traa li 1 1 1 aim treat n ftienec Of this \m t %  %  I In the 1 bdand u> height is attunav i.ci "baobab", ihe UM tre.' h> -clu I. %  .. • ,111 two %  1 Um an an told ihe 'Advocate %  1 n mcmbai %  hide and seek' 1 undei |U ran ire not .'luiih this traa but 11,. of UM %  h-^^ to play marbles Kcputriuti's Coiuin5 l'rom r.m.uiiii IHE s.s. Lama li <., %  too call at Baruauos on button) with 37 wesi Indian 0111 Cristobal. Panama They are Irom hi .' aiea,. St Luens, si KltU, Antigua, Trinidad. QfO ViiHeui. British (.uiaua and r, adoi The "Leme" will land me II repatriatas hare Those from ii" :.lner West Indian Islands will lailinut on to then bOEMHOd b) >>portunities. Bevcntaai 1 %  %  dal ai the Bingai Bti re, op| %  In ih.1. iwoi Ore 1 wing ctothoa ra* in'. 1 lung c Antiguans. Nol 01 who 1in charge Of Ihe tOWing 1 l.es. told lln that al ixp"'cted ithers SMOKE FROM MOTOR VESSELS Clerks working in ottcai along 'he rt.ih rfronl. especially thus** • 1 month of the Cateefip %  i... 10 bapp) with motor lowing their smoke on Ihein Aparl from le.ving the -inell 00 %  it. which aoUi lliein A elcil: told the b ye a terdaa what ha thought tho getting rid ol lh< %  daap water harbour" Along the inner basin and th* uppei pail ol the Cureenage the omees are far away from the waterfront and they fare bettei thai the l ares nageri mouth %  Clark thought \ a good arth all the motor vensel* fai up the Cajeenaga Thoaehoon I off smoke CCU] 'I"' othei t trthi The Wsather TODAY Sun Kiaea; 5.50 am. Sun Seta: p.m. Moon (New) September II l.lKhlitf; 600 p.m. Huh Water: l.?2 a.m. Ml p m VKSTKRDAV Rainfall < n, u,„ nil. ToU| fur M..I.U, In \r*irr d.y. tM hm l. .ii|,.i..un.(Max) M, a • I %  1 %  ii. %  Mm 71.0 •F. Wind %  %  ., %  V (3 pm i y hv s U'nd Velocity 1 .,,!.%  per hour. H^romrU-r IS am1 'JS.OiB (I p.nil 29.HSI. Man Smnfherrtt To Dtxftli In Sand PU 'I'li.K. i ksVi i %•< I-I ... - Prlnev Seal) i i Triopath. Si %  the lop Of u Ml -ana pit gmVl awa> ana fell ui on him al aoou 10.30 am at Triopath on Thuexday The body was remuvecl to the bl. Andrew's Alnish**,-, %  Mat Mwrtem examination *a performed on the name daj ba Dl L S Tappin Death waaottrtbuM, t< %  broken nook An enyun %  jriiing. 'pWO TRAFTU OUt Ml %  were rOBord ad in '.he l\.l,. i'l-" vi" '.i Lt* ": %  V, as parking rn a reatrlctad area an he other Udriving a BMtOT C0I uink. F ROM NKXT BffQjMl lM e taobtk Cinema v .11 | I Ihe Brat wfll ba give EM Monday al H (Hi pJP f.n 11 I i>eneflt of patients at the ST John' Up inouaa On Tuendaj UM ClnauM wO sit St. Andrew* and give a shov residcnu oi HM Dollaplelnr an %  A show will ingiven at U I District V Yard n Wednesday mainly hX 01 the District E' area of Si Peter It will visit ChcM O Thursday where %  -how will bi al South Point Ughthoun i* for people of UM I %  .11.lie., Ttie Anal performance ne U aak will be given on Prtdnj v. in ba %  ani ih Nightent.il I Rock A WILL I-ltiK iihed UUM to the S W* rt Fund. The total of '.hat fund hai now risen to !i3H 11 T IIIKVS .n Uu i R illslll.l 'ii. ule fWl Ml recently. tin Tburaony UM homo i' Mohanuncil BnTOd at Kensnigtei Mow Rood am btMa w n gnd entorv iid a quantity ol dottl efOTUl (313 stolen • Sayed (old the Police that the loth bel< Abdul Hal Diana Dalrymple of M Oap Now (hie. HIS. reported UMI hat provkdon ihop al the MOW u % %  II... i" i i... %  ltd i nMre between Wednesday and Ttuirr!ay and a cash IMIX along with Iher articles stolen Ttie Police are investigating /* nch eon-Roll ing is IMrngerous THB old practice ^t n.iim. punchoone and barreli aloiiK Un -lieet conslitole a dan I 0 DOM than OVOf to motorist 1 cyclists and pedestrian* A motorist was driving dow Baj Streei yesterday when i punchoon gaol Info the middle o the road at n speed approximate!) tnree 10 live miles per hour Tin %  i K broak was UM " win ItOOpOd down to stop It as If h • '• i. iding a cricket ball. If le nad not done so It Is quite i lain an accident would haw taken pli DIED IN PLANE (From Our 0n ro'f-,-PORT-OF-SPAIN. Senor Juan y de la Fc aped 58. A Cuban passenger on a F.A MA flight from Buenos Aires to New York, died in the aticral' shorUy alter leaving Belem. Brazil. The landed at Piarco Airport and P-e nircraft c mtinued 111 flight. De la Fe's wife said the had made the Journey to Buenos Aires for tho purpoee of an opera tion on her husband, who was .uttering from a stomach disorder. FAULTY BRAKES COST £1 St. Cla r Williams of Layn^s Road, Britton* Hill was found guilty yesterday of drying wi h defective brake Road. St Michael on July 10 II, Vorafa p Mi M A. Talma . ordered him to pay a fine of 20s costs in It damonth's imprts. The number of v M-1974 U.S. BASE TO BE RE-OPENED PORT-OF-SPAIN. In view of the international situauon. the U.S. Base In Trinidad ll t i lrrartiv-ated The base WIT virtually closM in May to economy reasons It ii conslderel a vital base for the defence of th< Panama Canal. A Navy Air iSquadron is to take part in : routine advance [operation Sled Hands Not Serious Enough PORT-OF-SPAJN, The presence of some Of bands at certain election meeting* bat occasioned mm I. ware U*Od to "drown" opponents' voices. The Trinidad Steel Band Association has Issued a memorun'um to itmembers which says— "The AssoclsUon feels that the playing of music, particularly the eestatu strains of a steel band tends to introduce %  U uch of levity at campaign meetings, out of kcepink with the attitude of seriousness an I sobriety which one would have expected to find in persons seeking election to the LogulaUva CouneU of thl ommunity 15.800 BAGS OF WHEAT COME iga of wheat flour from Vni UM B-fl "saw1 The hit men! of He n signed t Ltd.. Mesei '. %  ners % % %  i %  %  i. v. %  : %  %  .•! %  IP Mil '. %  % %  Sai %  LOG AFLOAT I %  ent that it floating 'eet lorg position B % %  %  West &ACA1I\ /^ STOICS ... f UfilNA CHOWS AMUALS & HJt UHi %  th i • IN M s\ SIIHMII M OF WINDOW GLASS Kuie Clemi Qiiuiiiy .n sevetal thickness** and a wide ranriej ol sizes. U.SII PLAIN STEM GLASSWARE including: I'OKTS 37 cenls enph CIAKKI'S 0 ., l.lyUEUHS # 36 SHKHHIKS @> :n .. CHAMPAGNES #54 FINGCR BOW: S W 86 ., ALL METAL WHEELBARROWS : TROM.Y MAKE SCUBXR CAPACIT* Suilublr for Ititildcn mid (unlraclnr. OMI S||.IO I' M i l Foi Quntefl purpoaMg and otiivi li hi wofh etna ruivi UM popular GALVANISED "STRONGLITE BARROWS WITH RUBBER TYRED WHEEL OMI S| |.:i-2 KVCII HARRISONS HARDWARE DEPT Tel 2634 T IM i i M i< i r \ : i i. s: || litklfetotni %  .' %  lorda) evening' sas MM IICKICCKahicnlieit In Ihr hade Witi, Uttlo rlnd blowing M| Meat was telt verv much Ttie anil i "f Inboun i MttO wie unloading flOUT from light) i %  CMked ttuough but U* Koiar intorvau between arorh lo irehase a cool drink from u. suby vendor who w i ii.K the sitUStion WhelKVI'l tin l.llnllK I working In batehe. mi the wharl ii. a hoi ilav .i ii'fn-.hiiicnl vendoi an rogularl] inMen in the %  ielnlty Al this portkulai a roaiini; trailc B KITISII ciiisrii. inu-i. pro %  U ni wi 11 ni be M totktwi afondni 3optemnor li ni BIS pjn lecture redtal on "J K Bach, Uw i and hiimi'ii < Hi Vfodni da; BeoMm b er is m itt.m "Th•sinniiic ClatsBoth will bi n by MM Bnld Rli I $100 Contribution THE CONTHimrTloN of Mi s C. Oiwatudgo to Ihe YMIM Re'lef rund an WH* publlshel reeterday ahould bare i have I'.n $3R2 rot evetu occasion on Sale at the Leadina StoteS ^ W rW W rWrVV DISIIIUTOS on Jon.1 A Co. LlH CHECK THE MANY USES OF ZOTE SPONGES Bsse Training | jhp Master wai V seful f-r UM that lap up M 0g and hv I siirr Spouclnewi lnklt In the Home rt Soft silky evenKnights Drug Stores Walking in quality with these outstanding new numbers in Men's Footwear "ASCOT" Brand Men's Patent 3 Eyelet Ties Tan & White Combination Cribsons Men's Ginger Suede Monks British Shoe Craftsmanship at its Best CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II, 12 & I) Hi'.11.1 Street. BRIGHTER LONGER LIFE!! BUY— IMJRALIFE VI I O 11 \l I IHIIS-WIIH EBONITE SEPARATORS tOIIITKSY t. All A 1.1 While Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTP.) — Dial 4391



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATTRDAV M I'll Mill I: HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG %  %  • %  ; tULBCT I WALK UP AND PCr-WN THESE STEPS A HUNDC-ED TIMES V— A OAV THE LONE ou oti'jfi p-ENTvf i (-or v*ow co 1 .ONfnr COLD ^ ( p£NT*No/se PAD %  — yal OfF.SH? 'WE GOT'A HURm,flOY5, IF EE TO J iCATCrtJWAI GOtD TRMM ,. JjfaW K. O. (\V\0\ BY FRANK STRIKER 'it'-JHL> LOU" -P %  ftARN Tne MSH on %  ..' *' \ THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS 'Hi %  a a (*%%. %  i NHvf 'iii-.„ "I u^rew^ THAT ovn virTO*g **v9 > i v c. rvt MUST .:> v i [ TNtM H,"5-I T%  t LwfLCCMt CM*ai**(LLU % MTAO-VOO TAltl TMJ ..-,*, I LU-YOVHA*HTTlM HA NOLI THf COSM!..V0U KNOW WHAT VOU'ffC TO DO. .J BRINGING UP FATHER K-X i.%  ..: ^-.'SkiTrVS I iSNJ9--UDTMr *• M % % %  „ P| %  ~JJMJ BY GEORGE MC.MANUS %  • %  JUTS* j OUT WHAT i Tavrv TO ) % .ve f RIP KiRBY •JT ttXl WILL Be HSN063N3 MAftg.e T SINS / %  MB**' TSiO ~ OUT MFtaat >- w.asc^J Man uw wAS I I DiD 1WI CEBTAINIY DID/TOO BAP >OA? FANS MISSED THAT. !£ BY LEE F ALK & RAY MOORES \mumiiLsrKmm Hu mm,';;; MASKED MAN M,HE m I WiT*. pu*wTniii*£impT\ u PHANTOM -GHOST) MAN UKE ANV MMWHUIt' mfO'MEB.iiTHIM FIRST/ He member this IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOOD* OP PTMT QUAUTY Jtwausaskfoe STRONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGERS Au.il T-ll H.. .-< Tlil-f Dar ..-.d 5f-Clll JoH Cl-M.i II il IW • lhn %  Llflf but iinlnni %  ••I Mnb %  %  ! % %  Wtof • O.Ik..... Dr.nl, %1 )^? #* S55*S gn '>-* CALL IN AND ARRANGE FOR YOUR X'MAS CALENDARS A. S. BRYDEN k SONS .BAKBADOS, LTD. AGENTS. AVOID THE HUSH 1 AIIVIMAT!, PRIMIMi im. LsfoMt STRENGTH QUAiiIY qtreesrmBuy Rlatidnum; HAS! IN CM INSIANS /( r tWMD-MM£D\ Mont foods M ... MORE profits out of this modtrn Morris Commercial wfmen 'M PENS OR BAii-po/m. TIM Ooldcn PIi!i gold Nuael-Sllvrt' puth-oa' mp. h-l!n:icld-d Bib And the V .•. % % %  • .-.. Hill :' %  %  %  -J 1:.Pocll with Ingmlooa. piecinoo-tn.-J nriiinit pditM Tivtct itM %  Oftrul ink->:apMiiy. tUnllt -t ( ;!td in a c"f> ktc. Both Pro aod Iok-I'f nal arc arallablr in itii-ttiveculo jn.nJ BLadL DIPBflHAWI C. L. PITT, O.P.O. Bo* 246, Ui.Jgcldwn, B.itbad^. lu'jie and heat un-J lit titc mr mjdc tti> eio ache. *>ioughi on lOChM I „,L.l I %  >; Anrw . Hi* pt.-Juciion oi ihji Momi-CoouncivAl 10 cwt. npmi dthverv im n ihe outcome 01"careful rciearch Inioihe requimneoii of iridtr. itir..u v ii 'ui ihc *orlJ. Their needt have been met without eKceptraci. It. icii.hiiir. 1guiranieed by ihe honoured na I.'-ad -ar-acity 150 cubic feet. Onver's ^b fureii wrih abding doora. Wide opening reau* door-, and low loading line lave lime on collection and deli very. Forward driving control on anon wheelbaie chania aimplhV. movement in traffic and miairiiim time on even (ourney. Left or right h.nJ drive All Meel hodv r U bean —a Nurfkld product. MORRIS COMMERCIA! FORT ROYAL 1.A'! \.l LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUtributort Pbooe 4504 So.-htnl-jmom.1 b.iihc.1 m. ,, Whfn I ...Id Jimncw.*!. W.inJ.iii.1! OpiTt. un,!.ih thertlut UiKom V.-.n c.rdi.l lo..-i. i. ,Krtp i iM, nctn, J !l -4-hftl .>...• on unn Opi..--|il u ^ „. OJ e PROTEQ YOUR EYES „,uk Optrex %  EYE EYE LOTION IGSCP -^JV MAK TNII HIT *^B S I Tne rim of the eye and inner *?"J' Vning should be heattdi nefTi ^ %  •^y colour Ifdrayararadarknj tatedoriheuhiie-.ti.oodihou '^'/ *" aja* naed intaimant tK'maaa .urnalr* MflgJaM '.iih



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SATtmOAY, si I'TIMBF.R •, 1930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. f.Oll II\MI:M MM'IIIS nn-nows im BIRTHDAY GREETINGS UtlllH Kan BmhJav to IAN TtlBuUOkt ILAZtt.WvXJD who l> MM mi old loda* Flam Mum D-d a Oranny DIED ar* invite*] C. Arlev Farm**. Koacoe I F.rmrr. C A rial UIM W1MFHFI) MBM M MMn> Her funeral -Ui den** ilu* MUHM Woiburv Cni-"n Seiben Lome n.d Victor I-v II ._ %  Up THANKS niiih i>. tapreu our than*, and appreciation •hote who tenl realr.i. card*. lettei ir Ml anv a> .ympalhited with during the tad koaa oHiaonnl bv 11 danih of SUSAN A i,lHH*> The Qlllus '.,. IN Ml MO|;i \M Of loving menial, of Al.flERTHA BUSHIXI. who dird tth September 1MB Real con... ..I lei.gin. though pains be innr. m4 drM The da> muat dawn. and dark awn* night b* boat. Faith', i he And He. r lha hr-ri .. i,„e hoi LN ever loving memory ot our daat beloved rr nit her and gland mother CTI1EI. IXJCISfc IIOLDEH who wai ailed to real on the nth of Sept lfttt We %  thtn • i today Lonely For theone we a llaa forever been railed m) We think of her in silence No eye t -an r*e up wetrn k But many •Hern laara an died When other* are % %  leap Ivan Holder mix Man* Grant, Iris Dean*. Beryl BanfteM. Doriel llold-r daughter.! Ifilt.ni Hanfleld (tan-InUw> (ir<* Harold and PaUle ifran^ hildren a SO—In. In loving memory of our dear beloved Mother ELLA WAI.COTT lale of SI ItavldV Chrlit Church who departed nn September tth. IMt. Mortal hanrt* have I tied to save her; But ->• and tear* were all In vainHappy Angela earn* and bore her World at Brief and pain" Adlna Be.1. LIshlfool'H Unr; Philip Bet, Nr Seawell. Crtrnt Chtinh nhll•reni 9.9-MIn. FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE CM /HOUR M-W4 hi good wort lr order Could fault he converted t Henr.e Dl.il 4*mi f • '.i 3n — One (ll Cheirolrt Trucii I A I condition Apply C ft Tudor St IHiil Ml*> "tee power Au.tln V.n ins order. Apply D Dial MM 30 S M II FTRMTI'RK TiT.Vt MA1IOOASY I1FJIKS. 3 A > %  DRAWERS. Mahogany Dining Table nil S or %  Marmflanp Marble tup wa>h.Mnd wLth tiled back. New kitchen cahlnM with glara front 00. TS MAHOG ANV PRFSS Ompar1umi Mah"g.nv Couche. Dial JUT. II Arch' MM Sn LIVESTOCK M-T" COW One Holatetn Guernsey Cow Heavy In Calf Produced M pintmill' !..' calf Apply to W Walton. School Gr.p. Hlndibury M ** Michael TO. SO—In. COW On" Cuerrite, i*ll auon. eecond call C with Aral oil Apply I Near wootlburne Plantain HOKJtF. M.ro „.mforl,.hl. tiding tellable In draft 11a* Here Hnr-e Blood Applv P. Clarke. Wllroi Plantation Ch. Ch V Sn MULES. CARTS, ar HARNESS I mule., single ,„,<* & harne B years I "Grey mare 1 ridingpony i' 1 rear* 1 Jenny donkoy. n.ll-ble for KlrtSedtfe Pond Plti. St Andrew POfi.TKV While leihom.. trieeon % %  .linn B-monih Cock end. U-mmith Pullet %  Od IIttl Her.. 114 I-. :,,.,. al -, MAMMOTH nKONF.K TUKataTVi month> uM In trK Price •rcnlm* K nie. Alao a lew pulra of lorxl Modennn All Pure-Bred from PiHawinnlna Rtock HIFAHN, Garrlton. Dial MIT. It * —3n MISCELLANEOUS BtKtKS Second Hand Chiefly Medical Veterinary Historical and Travel Phone 114* • 9. SO—On Do not lot tho -Flu" %  *"! you durlns I bit weather MOTOR l-AUNCH — On* l*uneh wltl Brit Marine enlne B ft lona-. dee! bound Apply K. Corbln. Co B dm Turf Club. 9 SO—3>i "MUJOL. atda In the relief of conttl-" tia'lorv and *• laateleaa and ai>">'uiei pure Ttr a bottle today KnlBht'i I4d T • Sd-Jn A frer* %  hlpnien nf thla delleloul parkadOd Coffee ha. luat arrived and It in ^Our oroceri hand. • -*> RECORD A1JIUMS for It-Inch and for ij.inrh and carrrln* eaaea for lO-li -ecoedi *nd wo hove the record• A ttARNTS A CO I TT IM III U \0 I II I > NOTICE TCNnrHS are inviled for the IH-f CtMM bf a iiumbor of Caauarina ar-r Fl-inbus-nl Trea* al St Joaeph Paml Ourch Fa: further Partu-ulafi. apl U. the Hector, or Church Warden of Si Joaoph Parian A A B l.Ul Clerk. St Joaopht V*ati> T M—n. NOTICE %  "I-" or t i HI: Clarke's Gap U underajoinf irp.ui H CKAI I t-,.>M ln-prctoe of II...^ *l Pete. NOTICE SUGAK CANE CENSUS ACT. 1937-31 Planters are? reminded that, under the Sugar Cne Ccruus Art. 1937-31. every cultivator of more than 10 acres of land is required, during the month of September to make a return to the Director of Agriculture of the acreage of sugar cane h • expects to reap during the ensuing crop. 2. The necessary form of return may be obtained on application to the Department of Agik-ultut. 5 a.sota KWncy Trouble Causes Backache, Gelling Up Nights WATCHES -A now i Ladle* and Oontt II Jewel alto elht-dOy ttrlkins f'LARKX. Jeweller Jam VAWI^-"Froptdoappro. >, l*i long wllh Gray Marine ecrm"^ condlllon eS.tOB — a bamaln App.J R Rdwaodi Phono nr ___ FOR RENT r know -I..11. IM'l'lli AbaUt I 1.11 KAI BANK APPLICATIONS f.n the pi.x aj| Man aicr of the Sudar Induatn. Amcultura: Hank, which will become vacant on i.t Novrrnkrr next will be recotved by the uivderilfned on or before ISth Sepf mbcr %  90S. 1 AjBttt tati aaWMll BjaV irrtire and eaperlene* of ox a %  ounil leneral education nol exeed lort)-el|ht year* latt birth day. and qualilWatUmt 4 Salary £T*0 per aiiniun raatng b. I wo annual increment• of CM |o CSH 3 The •iirrcaafui candldal* to inum. outlet on IM November. IMA. and M will be requiied to retire at Ihe ae of BS yeoii A L. BAILEY. MaaafM Sugar InduMrv Alrlculluial Bank Mir. AuaTuat. I960 Tuesday PUBLIC MALES REAL I-STATE AMONGST the Monde? nr Auto cycle v A Scott. Auction. will be a New >9 SO—Jn RV Im umlev Carter. I will iel up for aaLr by PMbllc Auctron on Thuradav ne*t th" Ith September at I p m .,n the ,pol Uelneld Ijind Serllemci.i. hi. double lofed bout* ID 10. and W 11 II, Will ntet-'oilet A bath Torn. Coth D'Arey A Scotl. Awlioneer 99 ss—an. ON Friday bext Ihe 15th Scpurmh-. it I p m I will tot up tor aale at aw> rfrice MaBafu I-anr the tOllOWlnCr— One I Seiter Rockne. One Ford Von. ird ona Auttin Car Terrna Caah D-Arcv A Scotl. Auctioneer %  9 SO—3n RI'NGAl/>n < %  > BbK-k nil a I.0O9 %  3 H. of la id Sllualed having ual< VpPlv i Alleyne Lodse. Wotlhlrut T &f M n HOUSECRAFT CENTRE. BAY STREET. The followirijg programme of Da\ and Evening Classes will open at the Housecraft Centre Bay Street, from Monda> 18th September to 1st December. 1950 Monday 10 00 A.M.—12 00 noon—Cake s> pastry roasing Simple dress cutting aiul sewing (term 2). 2 00 P.al— 4.00 I'M —Advanced dressmaking 4 30 P.M.-6.30 P.M —Tasty dishes table lariraf. Rug making. 10.00 AM. 12.00 noon—Cocktail Snacks. Elementary dressmskIng. 2 00 P.M.— 4 00 P.M.—Salads It desserts. 4.80 P.M.— 6 30 P.M. -Cake and pastry making Elementary Pattern Drafting WYdiir-sduy ., 10.00 AM. 12.00 noon—Girls' First Cookery Course. Home Nursing. 2.00 P.M.— 4.00 P.M -Variety Dishes. Simple Dressmaking. 4.30 P.M 6 30 P.M.—Caribbean Cookery Advanced Dressmaking rtiundatf 10.00 A.M.—12.00 noon—Advanced coukery h table laying. 2.00 P.M.— 4.00 P.M.—Buttering. Elementary Handicrafts. 4.30 P.M.6 30 P.M.-Elementary Cake Icing. Advanced Handicrafts 10.00 AM 12.00. noon -Advanced Handicrafts 2.00 P.M4 00 P.M—Cake & pastry making 4 30 PM— 6 30 P.M.—Salads a desserts. Simple Dressmaking. Registration for all classes must be made in person, and will tak" place at the Housecraft Centre between 10 00 AM. and 12 00 noon. and between 2.00 I'M and 5.00 P.M. from Wednesday 13th September to Friday, 15th September, inclusive. Fees must be paid in atlparice for the tern., at the time of registering. 5/for each course in Sewii.c. Pattern Drafting, Home Nursing. Rugmaklrg, and Handicrafts. 10/0 for each course in atria* First Cookery Course. 13/for eath course in Cake a Pastry Making, Cake Icing. Variety and Tasty dishes. Caribbean Cookery. Salads ;md Desserts. Buttering, Advanced Cookery, and Cocktail Snacks. 2/will be refunded at the end of the term to all students who attend 75* of their classes. .1 •.•.60—2n Nlflhla, ., ri-oa. llacka. he. Leg Paint Swell.., Ankl.. Rheununi.n. Rur-ln* FOMOM, Eioaea "*?roar^ilnte"K'd^''T ""' Hrora fooda ad dilnha. worry. roMi M aad place a hrat> -train urn jaiii LU. ao IbBI tay f,i-n* poorI) ar-l nec-t help health attd awerst Htta Khrineys Doc far Way Mane do fort hate dl*co*ered h> *rUn. JlSc clinical teal, and in ootOOJ ,„..,,, Ihai a aulch and euro way to h-ln ihMMKfO etoon out aicoaa polaent and a-M. IeiU a eel*i.tin.ally prepared preacrlpika No le-efit —No Pay Owlekb (hit r. Cyst ex i Tb# ..,...,,.,. t... RHIUMATIS14 I.O\ I H\tllM \Ollt I Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins TKNDKRS K(1R TIIK St'PPl.V OK I.Kill Ml PROVISIONS Tenders ate inviled for the supply of igroutul (m>\ i.u.ii. (Off I'"' three month* beginning on Ihe UI of October. I9S0, lo the following Govrnment nepartmenti — Glendalry rrl*n: Sweet |...|.itoe—.ipproximatelv 9.1W0 lbs. a ll Hie Friday SEVEN aeparaie parcel t of land bi ta Pailah of Sabit Andrew belon|lmi the Eata'e of the lale Mr A H *Mrr and lotalllna about M Acraa For full partlrulaia apply to Mr fl* i Inoram, Tumert Hall. 91 Andrew 9.9 aO—an lllea Alan I'lli 11 •KRTIRS—Chattel Ht louse Spot.. In dood lor Imiwhnlfl furniture at Pal ISHMAEL. Aucltoneer. BaxterRood "al 1044 %  *. in The underileni-d will be art up for aale %  thenOffice No: IT With Street. Hridmicwn. on Friday, the Hnd da* of "Dleniber If*) Ihe SiuTar Wnr*. PlnnCANK VAIJt and MAXWinjJI. Christ hunh. coDIalnlna together by eatlm.-i. n" \M A'TUW ACUFArfB In Plant Can*. — Mfe Acre. ACHFAC.F. in Ralooni 3S AcT0 AC'HEAC.r: in Preparation Jflvj Acrer tore will alro bo told With the raid Plantalkmi. OnOode Motor U.rry, ) Milch Cows. I Mule and I small 1-wheeled Cart For further particular* and rondlllont of aale appl* to the tinder*ii;iird COTTir. CATFORD ft CO. S • JO13ll FOR SALK— HO IS IS I Endeavour at llnrft Gap Con"lllof.ii acre of land and hour which has open Verandah. Drawing Dining roomt. 1 Dedrooma, Kitchen ee ~ o C 1.100 (Twelve hundred pound.i PROPERTIES FOR SAM. I' Propert/ al Pino Rood ConalaV a houae which hat clcned Oallerv. iwlng and Dining roornri. 3 Bedroom* chrn. Sanitary ananlementt. (larag. I Ihe land ll atandi on Price .400. 'Fourteen hundred poundtl. H Propeilr called Mlrpah at Bolnl Rood mnalatlng of n good houae 1', i. allractlvi i which Properly al Ihe Ivy Road, frtc* •700 OS (Seven hundred dollar.) Property al Mr I-ord'a Hill con•dallng of ill rood IH porohoa of lopd double-roofed house Pnce S0n Pmnerty at School Rotl. Car* ringlnn • Village Price SI.100 oT) iTi Properlr at Falrfleld. Dlark Hock Price 400 00 igt Properl* al Codrlnonon HIH .hich conslili of a tlon* home which ...i open Verandah Drawing A. Dmnf roorns. 1 Bodrooma. Waler Tolh-I >nd Bath. Kllrben. Pine floor <.-1M>ure roof and enough land for Kitchen and flower satden. Price Cl.tOO (Fottrleen hundred pnundu ce and reference! Fort I'oval (inrage Lid P Q lux 131. Bridgetown is SO—?n. 1ABV RECEPTIOS1ST. Hotel %  Ith know ledge of HOUSES iwra.MNn mirsE Oweiiing Hou |1 Small Town. Si John, recent 1 renovated Klecirlc light an I waler [ mllea from Indue School Apply O I. Bethcll. JAR tt-.erle. %  f 5ft %  In SPACIOUS OFF1CF. uppoille D M Sirna-iin further pnrllriii • hlnaon a Co Dial 4484 Ha* -ii mi MOOR ;...,. %  '. ... V.mr. Drawing. Dint w c rta ..;k : i gas Ml 1 J. %  -. A Mllllnglnn. nppoalle Dover g.l.H — TAVOIJN — Be.-irhmont September onward-, monthly or olhei itc. 3 double bedroom with urg Slmmoni bedttead*. chlldren'i room, dli big room and lounge Refrigerator, gai age. servant'* toon, AppN 17 8 10—t f i MISCELLANEOUS PUPn* Adult* and •**n SPAnTtSH com I,..,, DAY SAd NinilT UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION IN BARBADOS. The Head Teachers of Private Schools who wish to enter candidates for Ihe Cambridge School-Certificate examination in December 1951 should ask for an appointment with the Director of Education. Barbados, before 16th September 1930, if they have not already registered their schools with the Department of Education. Registered Private Schools will be eligible to enter candidate.'; for the Cambridge School Certificate examination if they are approved by tho Director of Education. Barbados. Failure to register and to obtain approval will mean that the ihool can enter candidates for the examination only as Private Candidates and the regulations for Private Candidates are given Ivelow Regulations for Private Candidates. 1. Private Candidate!: can be atx.>,*.• a paper In Arithmetic on the syllabus for the Overseas Junior School Certtllcate Examination. Further details may be obtained from ihe Department of Education. Barbados. 3. The following pUpUa may not tOtaf for the Qualifying Test In January, 1951: — (I) Full time pupils of CJovcrnment Aided Secondary Schools, (li) Full time pupils of l*rivate Schools, registered and ap* proved by the Director of Education, Barbados. (Hi) Candidates who already hold a School Certificate or an Overseas Junior School Certificate. (lv) Candidates who will be taking the School Certificate Examination in December 1950. (v) Candidates who will be taking the Oversea Junior School Certificate in December 1950 4. Private Candidates must submit their applications to enter for the Qualifying Test to the Director of Education, Barbados, by 15th October 1950 on the prescribed form.iv.ul.iliti from the Department of Education, The Garrison. St. Michael. Department of Education, 4th September, 1S50. 0.9.50—2n. An from Monday. 11th September. 1950. Mayers Road St. Michael. ill be closed to through traffic until further notice for the purpose of laying a water main S 9.50—In. BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE Classes which have been held at Harrison College during the past term will continue with the same students and will begin on Monday, 18th September. 1930. Department of Education. 7th September, 1950 9.9 50—In. WIRELEB8 LICENCES The public are reminded that Radio Distribution Receiver Licences must be renewed during September Renewal is effected by presenting the licences at the Public Treasury and by paying Into the Treasury the renewal fee of $1.20 All those persons who have not renewed their Wireless Broadcast Receiver Licences (which should have been renewed In August) should do so immediately The renewal fee for the Licences is $2.40. 9.9 50—2n. TENDER FOR MOTOR TRUCK Tenders are invited for the purchase of a Ford V-8 5-ton Motoi Truck 1945 model 2 This Truck can be seen at the Pine Plantation any week dav between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m or on Saturdays betweer the hours of 9.00 a.m and 11.00 am 3. Tenders should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture Department of Agriculture, and should reach the office not later than 4.00 p.m. on Friday the ISth September, 1950. 9.1. 50— 2n pris. I governed by the n be delivered iwue an proportionate amounts !., | Mental lloaplui Sweet potatoes—approximately VO00 lbs. a week, to be delivered at the Mental M<> ii'.il twice weekly in proportionate amounts. Yams—as available. Eddoesas available Sweet [Htatoee—approximately 400 lbs. a week, orlivered twice weekly as ordered. Yams—a ; available. Eddoes as available Breadfruit—as available 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 lbs at which Mefa >f the abovemenlioned commoditic will be delivered at the institution concerned during each month of the period from the 1st of OetOhM to the 31st of December. 1950 3. Tenders should be forwarded in arilrd rnvrlopea address to the Colonial Secretary (and nol to any officer by name) so as reach the Colonial Secretary** "(lice not later than 4 p.m. on \\ %  %  • day the 20th of September, 1951. The envelopes should be clearly marked—"Tenders for ground provisions". 4. Further information is ubtainuble from the I'rison. the Mrntal Hospital and the Lazaretto. 5. The Government doi-s nol bind itself lo accept the lowest or any fender. 9.9 50— 2n Portlllo EBEKE2A' Applr Clarice OHM akrj *> % %  ,-• % %  • . W Jr. ii is ii n TO ni y llorsE Medium Hire Doll'* Hme In good condition Apply Dm 13 C' Advocate Co. WAVTin TO KCKT HOUSE or BUNOAieOW suitable r private Club Write P O BON I OS I A I fllVIH PERSONAJ. The public arc hereby warned aaain-t giving credit to my wife DA SILVA DOWNS utee Evelyni of Slh Avenue Becklet Road, aa I do not hold myteif rnpontiblv for her or anyone ela*> contracting any debt or debt, in mv name unapt* by a written nrner tlgnrd by me DUDLEY DOWNIS. Slh Av-. Becklrt Rood St Michael. — Rarbadot • • —JO LOOT NDCKi>::e of no p.rit with nja•r map, between 'ChelMon' Culloden Rnnd. "Amain" Btthopa Court i Mill, and "Welchea" Wolchet Road f.nder will be luilablr rowsrde-I on returning aame to Da Costa 4Co LM.. Rf-ad Stroot IIW-a. Parry School Haunt Maater for the J*ny Sch-oi •t Lucy aMUrv aecordlngt to Seeonl iry School* Scale Apolica'.ion. v.iu> teellmanlaU will b LIQUOR UCENSt MOTICE THE application of Rutu. A Maugh I holder of Liquor Ucenao No T1 ot ISM f..r prenJee. m double roIed board nd ahinglc *hop al TwerdtidRoad W Michael fur permlaaKoi to • uld IJquor IJcenaa al premlte* vU Bottom floor of a I atonad trulldlng >' Eagle Hall M. Michael Dated thlt Kh day of —ptaawbar 1*W. TO:—fl. A. Me IJSOD. Easj. Polk* Maglttrate. Ditt "A" m%a nvrvs A MAUOKM. Applicant M 11 Thla application will be ion t.dered al a Ijccnalng Court to bo hold -I Police **o.rt. Dtainct "A" on Monday the lath day of flopton>ber IN* at 11 o'clock a m %  A. MelXOD. Police Magnliate, Dt*t "A" t.a.st—io. mtolmtiammJ lUe themittry ./ ffVssstfKf, jar *.< j.fy r^gro, •w* Iri w ifcr Jts.ortry of FifssUru. Al ita(urn o/ d* wa.fy H^pkms mmmoM M misHxg 4 vitally tmpoitsr.t — *w %  a -t irfftophont. &. *mry B4M went far to explain gW fffWA.rr of Aaie MfM-saj aawasanaV. oW f ro*w FueAe, memtk i> F1!HNEMS WITHY CO LTD. Trlnluert. BW.L and DA COSTA a CO LTD llMV CAiiUiiilJ wOJ %  .c.i|>i Cargo and Panensora tor Luminlcri Anllgua Moiil*er*.it rttvit and Bl KillSWiling s. 1.. rkn IIM ne M v iMFJiwiH.if anal 1 n.pl Paxx.ger. (.it si l.ici St Vincent Qrenada Md Arubo Date of Sailing ii n. given. B.W.I. Schooaer Owaara Aoooflalion Inc Caraslcoee; Dial: 4047 HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINODOM Vesatel rroin Leaves Dae Burbado-. ss "JUN FOREST 2511. Aug 10th Sept. ss %  FAfTOil L/pooJ a 0 gow 9th Sept Ilfl |M| ss "PLANTER" 9th Sept ;MI.I Bwpl ss IKMI'I K AHCH" M/hrough & London 3th Sept 25th Supt. SS. SITMONIA" liimlon 20th s.,• 4th Oct. SS. %  (IFAOLOCIST'' Liverpool •^ilth Sept 14th OvL HOMKWA1' M FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM V. % %  .•! For Olosos in Bar undoSS MOONOaaVT Undon Late September For further information apply to— DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.-Afentt 'I NSW iin-t. Na> TUBE % %  •VUI oBa) art. M.r. B*os 1.1 Seplernber lllh Sepleml 'plain ber 3rd Uctobe CANADIAN HEBVM)F. ..ITMBOIND mM Arrive. Nam. of Ship H-n.—1 '<-'AlaOCtA FtXlASUH' S ItlUll Ml AI/HA I'MrNEFH rMeaii.'i Mean net "orbado* ^^ ^^ "** f-''r St U-retic* Hlver |s..' •** T 1 pern I t K, £ Llwre,:: KZ W Applv. UA COSTA a o. LTD CfadSttM Bar*** HUBEHT TIIUM LTD.-HeYortl -*• O^ —**" ;*s.::'.','.'.'S,'*-. .V^r>>eW.W'W'''''''' // '' / J TELEPHONE SERVICE ST. LAWRENCE EXCHANGE Telephone Service is now available in Ihe St. Law„.,„•,. Kxchange Cable Area except ,n a lew 'hslncts where Ihe installation of cables oi larger capacity has not been quite completed. Applications lot scrvic.. should be made early so that adequate provision can be made BRIDGETOWN EXCHANGE In order tn provide extra telephone numbers an extension is being made 10 Ibis exchange equipment, the work is procwding and should be completed by the end of November. While providing the necessary exchange plant the outside plant, cables etc is also being extended. ST. JAMES EXCHANGE The St. James Exchange building is being erected, Ihe equipment tor which is scheduled (or delivery early next year. Plans have been made for the installation immediately it is received. Booker's (B-DOS) Drug Stores Ltd. ;i llruad Street, and lla-ting* (Alpha Pharmacy) S p0O0OOOOs>ww0O0> %  >>*090 6 %  > t WVeV//.'>'>V. ,-.-.'< TMK tt.\Htt,\IM*S TEMsEPHOXE 0 00 i##* i vi f.f.f#af;.



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Siiliiriluj Srplrnilirr 9 15 BatbaJtas luuarate REDS MAKE ALL-OUT ATTACK ON MASAN -_ Borrowers Will Pay Less To Monetary Fund PARIS, Sept. 8. £UOENE BLACK American President of the 40 nation Monetary Fund session for reconstruction, announced today lower charges to borrowers and greater lending facilities in the future. He told the fifth annual meeting of the Govern ments: "We have firmly established our credit so that we are now in a position to raise all the funds we are likely to need for loans during the nert few years at least." Th.battle in Korea was "part of a struggle for the heaiU and minds of hundreds of millions ol peoples throughout the world." he said. "We can remove one cause of future Kurea* < nlv it *< can hold out real and well founded improvement in the mntonal well-being of all men. which is essential to their dignity and self-respect", he added He said "development is not — ———— EomtthitiK that can te imported j from abroad It i lotocthmg MUITJ.IJ.A, Rl'lil'f which can only be won Internally %  • by acceptance of rc'ponsiollitv. Fund For Antigua ; h %^,^ u .', !:. n ,, ,„ me ] to be the formulation of a property balanced development proI (ramnif. IT..* involve* rejecting politic*! pressure* foi ill I II i PAIMKI.M FOH INTM2CA lackaaee i*xis lor > \ -uef good* tan the V.HC A ter fni Andmi^ by IIW I A lhe*e rrc the %  %  COUSCUon ol relief goods to leave the island Yesterday ,|'.rnn a lorry with 43 parkages of lollniiK. Iirdwsre. toilet re.ndsKes and kit< h.nware also left the YM.C.A, for the V V Cnribboe" whh-h is expeiied to leeve for Antiiun to-da>'. WOM the "Advocate v\.-tttd the YM.C.A \esterdav. volunliirv helper* were preparing other packages to eatch the "Carthbce" before it sails. Information roeeived yesIrom Mr. Cynl HobMrector of the Bed Cross in Antigua is that that organisation is feeding 1,000 poojjle a day. I Mii> Ida CsrWr \liAittmr HutcCii lead -i SjMM nKlge Bor. MiII A and K t_.il W.lr.1 Ot Hf\ Hi i Eara. Ml. II IUH.IUI Latest <'<>< %  ""* %  M: ,< \ Sewn Iff /.. -.... Mit Stvt-ph-fd Ml and MrDvlanwr. II M 1. %  I .-.I*.'.I H. C. Legislature Passes Criminal Appeal Bill n,„ .i.. o OasisaaMssSM GEORGETOWN, B.O., Sept. A The Legislature unanimously passed n Bill to establish a Court .f Criminal Appeal and to make provision for appeals in criminal eases. The Council urge.l the Government to m.ike the necessary* rules quickly In order to put the Court into operation. The Attorney General in moving a second reading of the Bill stated It was modelled on the lines of the Trinidad Criminal Appeal Ordinance, wtih certain changes to meet local conditions With the passing if the new bill the legislature also repealed the Ordinance which gave the rifht to take an appeal to the West Indian Court "f Apjieal momimenpit I vested interests for thi ment of their position Tax SyMrin"It bl not enough to avoid u>llation, it is also necessary to adopt tax systems which will make available a greater share of domestic wealth for development purposes It Is. I MiKgest. %  dangarout fallacy to believe that the standart! of living of the masst • .>r. "e ia, LJ without sum' lion lo those economic structures •vtnMi permll relallvelv few people to enjoy m ft nation's income" Czechusluvaki.i maintain its membership both Monetary Fund and World Bank Funi officials iaid toda> 1 %  last Soviet bloc member. Until Pakistan finance Mini .tor Ghulam Mohnme.1 recovers from his indisposition, the question of the Pakistan rupee M not txpeeted to be raised at the current session of the International Monetary Fund Before November, the International Monetary Fund has to iormulatc ;ts attitutie In OMast to advise at Torquay. Englnnd-.v The Hon W |'. %  '. %  gested tt.000 (Hit thr Counci deeded to send fi.000 now and u there is further M >r Meanwhile Red Croat H quarters H i*nn spores ti> lit* ap %  clothing and ii I %  there wilt be .. (l %  > i %  by plan.X| Mother Given Temporary Charge Of Child PARIS A p.tif ludaji toaaj uniini S-yMr-oM LRtn Oayiuto bfJ %  I I o! her moihei Bunk* l)..ynes (26) t.i Ixmdon Ml h I.I.O. ant, ftfM .,lli i I,.-' AiiHTiedit hubjnd when he* I rougl i the child here earlier thi-= iplanning to return to l...nilnii toiiiRlu Of i Mr Pay nf lawyw told reporttha hatlfrnani .'^ Ha* 1. fl of France clcmand that a child of tender years be left with it mother uiid then fore he lius entered an order that the child l.i left in th*' custody of its mother, mdad that the mother within ril arfMRi tlma benln an action fo:divoree In o court of competent iiriMllctinn on her case." Mark Ooodmao, Ifn DayiataV fether who was watching outskkt Uitviies" bedroom where Dayncs was told the verdict, mopped his blow at the news and muttered. "Thank (inn Heulei Argentina Plans To Wipe Out Sabotage And Kspionage BUENOS AIRES St AV l'K.K A STORMY nl'm.'Ki ,i, b*le in which thr opposition -t intune referr-rd to 'he "traitor in tinCuverr merit". Chamber Doputf ted i Govemnwnl Bill lor The suppression ol RtlMUigc and sabol Tin measure will giwt it**) G>; nmenl yvidii powen i" ol the nation in both peace and wai It provide up i<> evuht yrms' Imprisonment toi those who "provoke public alarm or depress tin|MOpVl %  pirttt," imd up to four year* for anymie dudoairuj u pfluiat ation e\*en when n is not aecrel oi reserved without Government approval. Actual sabotage ,, SspMRaM i i %  %  att< rarupni brom • it imprlsoaunent in peacetime hi his a, >• %  ch i.i tha ParonlaU majia-lty. Deputy Contc Ranle refeired lo clause M* -M the Hi 1 penalisniK Lhfl dlavlotun of in. rrnation IKII tinOovernmeni had not iiiiim! is*', t. r publfc alloi He said "I wish to have It clearly estabhihed that it Mgnitles ul ihn sUtfhton sajawk-uu.. *m *lieedont ul the press." A.f V diuuuntuig ,o $l,U3l from (H-ixins both in'.di Mai out~.iii Ihc COlOnj haYeS aliead\ OSlVOd b) the AdimnistiaIM -If up it Hun ".iihtlui Fund t;overmuen' ^i.itefully lo acknowladse a donation of S2.400 from the Hed Cross Society, London, an offer .. h.thum from the Girl Guidv Ot^aRsMUon of Barhndee. and offal ol f*">d or elothiiuj fm CttlaSsB. It Is also mi ( %  <>f the visit by an UKtafl i>t the representative* ot IIM AmeticHn Red Cross fron' MosT, rhvUral hurrican eonimuiiique Adrnmiatrator Way lao %  ummarlaas decuions and iictt-ais token by the Gov.inm.nt to givr m.UM'.iiate rollef to vie Mm 01 thrseSBl lun nemo Oovt mment, it lays, ha fld full responsibility fi prondIRS two good meals .. dnj lo tl Uonieless and needy. The Red Cros* have UKhaTtRRl i Oku) -xippiy to rer u sssi >>i >. t -n fi"lMuffs, the cost ol hn I -Iweinnwnl || rrsponsihlr Thv Hed Cross have devoted then own .unds to the provisioti of .Mhin K %  nd supplemental food Mipphes Ir I'luldren. aged and nrciiunl 'thi*, rind b) DM pio*U,i>n of In defence of ih, C.. v -i.unenfs offer of Ihj %  indignc-i iiw franl of JJH to i Uitati nbuUdhkl wattle nun lUb linlthe comniiu. n"seiiounes> ,.( id, nameless anil oV*ercrowi(im; ii h* limited aceomiuoiiaitieii -t'il .ticSpeed, it says, bj Of SSSSDOB In and :i wattle and nuthouse csn 1^. built f.u i^ ,., „ thin any other, even it there were other materials availnltto The Government's offer afta. tlu i ; Miiiiciine of $in ati la owners of destroyed wattle rind iiiill beer en-rely cuUcine.l m th* Lahouv pre which RC • os rssja i H.i •1 upporttd i uppress I innaiie und .Mibutage, but %  t oi the massura "win i %  baoome utati uraama ii > nan i i • %  poUtinri lifen: tin' country ODSI of the mox violent di.> orders of Uie night occurred who Kitdicml Deputy Silvimu SanUnde, i fused to withdraw hi* remark tlial "traitor* tan Inlound In the Ha King's Health Failing STOCKHOLM, Sept. 8 Ninety-one year old KuiR Gust..* baailb hai deterloraled< Iho It oval Physician. Dr lljalmar Cssherman, sold in a bulleUn todi The King leturnnl to Stockrnina from hut sum%  ].. i Solliden on Oeland the iwittc He ik.-! pMhla i I i. feiniig l.i Hie fact that formet edUora of UM Pra-Masl 4mr I II I'umpern" which IhS COR|: lessiouul Committee had foun.i serving German inter, 'employod in the Ministry o Public Works Belli clanged fur order whilj l Deputies shouted and bunged tliei* Vfjks for sevem] minutes. —RniUr ... K and S SarjMni I H H S"Utl. i Hi ,., 1 '. i %  %  %  Mi C Oreia Hi i Elections W ill Be A Fake IN EAST GERMANY BONN, Sept. *K Ti.* Bon. t .overtime U claimed in u White Booh today that the Oenaral Blaetlom doe In Easts* n Germany mi October IS. witl bo [al -KvideuM deception, obsti if tion and undue influence at mi I %  u, 0M Sovtel EotM %  % %  innng. that an. ild have 1 %  declare them Bass befara %  , i >iHon emp'o.'i 'I wire t.u BJMI %  %  i mm % %  iinv enip 1 "' %  in the pa** The d< fument, preparad u> takob Kaiser's Ministry |iiiB< KI I ANTtl othei llarbudu boats anchored in "Si John'* Harbour" were dutiuuied (Hie slightly cfcunaged Harbudi sloop has been reftoati.l ii> l rlBODsra and will shortly carry • niergeney rations Thr Government proposes U giant loans for the repair id I. irbuda boats. Ihiring the hurricane, the ti,.romctei in ttwibudii regiMereo 2U.03 at 11.SO p.m and dm not In gin tn rise until 3 30 a.m The wall house ,( WunSei < cm.nl Gomes, was occupied until the esJIeriea blew off and nr (^tiiie -inigij refuge In tha oSB where Ihev endunxt a temfvn riRht IIHI llomrles-. Arutailla report' BO dewths. 400 :,. melsM, i bousei i % %  %  • iid otherdnmagnili i" be opeited on Monday, lit" "HUT C"ey ,ue lullv "rnm.hi with ret ; The ssUmatod loading underi risers claims are In the vtctoitv 01 f.lf*.00fl with Uoyds and othei eraiRHMln 128 Trapped In Coal Mine THIS HUQE BAORAB TREE is srssnng in the grcundi> of UM BriU-h Council. Wsksflold. Whito Psrk Another big tres erosni In Park.—(list storr oa Pago S, %  :. ftflOll . %  %  Ati'cious < i %  I ti ,.t all run I the pit-bnMni. 'i" 1 'nake OUf way to sal*' Wnrkina In respirators, reacurinen broth to the trapp.ii %  rough a thick fa e • %  blbjmlnout '-*i hni thev immwn in hut Ihc eflort wnI ; lug the 'haft Fini | m| %  were put I %  the tio.tom of the mine shaft It was reported from the gfllne* a hen the men hod i for 2I|. hours •.nd eniombee. for nearly 14 hour* %  it %  named to be cleared Preparatiiwis w>re begun to blast through i ^..ie o( hag dividing'Wall. hot water ..ndagesand other equlpr enl flowed steadily down DM 'I it.lie long shaft, and on the lUTfi rr smbulances stood by 120 MILE'FRONT Bv JULIAN bA... TOKVO, £ MORTH KOREAN armies to^ay kept up their ceaseless battering of the 120 mile I < Nations defence line in Korea. Frontline reports tonlghi indio.-tc! thai I est fighting had switJhe.! from the northern : to the south coast where the Communist I an all out assault on American del Masan, only 30 air miles from 1 port of Pusan. On the western front the North Bansas BOal their probing attacks, trying to find weaknesses in the United Nations line. In tins ;irra. British •'Tnmmi.'s" of th I Middlesex It.' -ITU!;' and UM Argyll and Sutherland Hlghlani i out -'""I d e st r oyi ng pertlse ol Commenlsl IBAUI • their line*. I'nited N.itnis .iii.-i.in di nped Company when eaeaninlcatkin %  Hi rtei I been d.mnnat.-d by Communist EASChlnej I Uiey entared the Hue foui days a^o Report ti.mi the Ironl augnented that Communlsta were regrouping -.nd buildlag up tlu Ii *aSMRrasT fntei UUters were toki-n n. ,i.. r> in ii-c, i mhi It ... u iden.li.nrt that iht ouht Da Ill to tle S<\ let Zisii" (.i Only a few *"rttei In s C (inimuoiKt-Unn it aStorBUesi aadai .leved the Coat! .um | plirl "SwSnotl •Hums' Hie an. I "nits M %  I inrntun %  n h at %  %  • ':. night the A l %  r| in rout %  i Rwfo Adumwe Along UM Mai km rise kn u* Ani.i can II 'thhting fvonuul Two Coi iHona al %  %  I %  %  i %  %  i the Msethen %  j th. IV %  %  •.•l( 1-. I Ihi. I If yon | %  h. >. II II The . t I,, n %  the h--' I I r I i tats 7. iieople imiu I tarW ftiift It naa-tlfJ b fin-eign MinKler Aiatn-. ky. The delegation Iron rt b) Pren let B iter. Wait ith* %  gwai. %  t .ii 1 lUauaSS wen -iii> %  .„. south' f that the • \ the Mg %  Uie Uivilr.i N.,i | aystrm ~ aVSI sonahegged In. %  insM ttghlnu: On the seal OOBSt, baltl n Ameticst! .HKI Smith KTts sla< ken. | an gaps In their line g> en aate g ...and I advocate



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ru;i TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Cahib QaUinq i \ EAUS< I-K1I it V morn.D by the from St. the past two yenlie i. now %  %  England nn h s *y wtirre Jy i .njt h He is MrS Zephlrtn 1 the Savoy. ^ieet. Dr BwuMltU F* : i Unrig Rarris. %  %  %  : ug Nurse ut the Centre In London Back To Trim-Jagi M l nUA SINGH retum:. la'ives at Chel*'>naWl and First Visit P AYING hu flrr %  -it to Bar-f Ogtlvieol !!-• ..rtive I en Wm WIA fo.l I otidaj r. s is %  nig Although he has not been 1U1 %  i'iund much as yet. he %  hat little of the • was very d by it Mr. Ofllvic iv in iba banldn %  rhompson, Hanke> %  tlianu and agents (or Barclay;* l!:.nk. Fifteenth Visit M BS. E CHATT1BTONYOUNG from Weslchester New York. Is now back in the island for another holiday Shi nil Tmirsday noralng from Boston on the "Lady Rodi ng at Sam Lord's gagg* nut with her parents and stayed fi i l*. years snd nas. i ing oft and on except dur mthe war years Her son and daugbtSM Mr. and Mrs. E Chattrrton-Young Jnr. were also holiday! Attended Oils And Fata Talks R l KING to I. v. : A. nu: in,* I. %  Bff attending the O.lr.. ,,., .inference were Mr AUn Stggjrc nies., ot Manager of tinCocbunut Industry Board. Mr A M ihii:ipps. a Member of the Itoaid itd Mr D C Ferguson. Commivs Commerce and Ind Other -lelef-les returning by daughter %  r w *re Hon'ble Andre Dulknilay, planter and Hon'ble A M. Lewis of St Lucia and Mr A. V. Sprotl. lag of Supplies. St Vincent Hon'ble E A C Hu other St Vincent deal tumad home on Thun by the "Lady Rodney" He a> :nv<>mpiiTiied bv hi* •> if<' On Holiday \a it M c SHANKS Morrrr. ITA planter of St Lu> | v gator to tni island, v, I tow spending a holiday staying I t Indfamti Guest House, Worthing. I Also hoiiiUiying at indramsi ire Miss E. M. Lyons, a dressmaker of Tobago who arrived I %  In sreafe by I1WI.A. and is staying lor two weeks. Mr. Clam Vigilance, a businessman of Huti-r. Gu aim and Mr N. O. Jullc n ant taughtar Vilina of Trinidad. Mr Julien hi in the construction deportment of U.B.O.T.. Point Port n. and is making a pleasure trip through some of the islands He haa already visited OrenadS SAd hopes to make St Kitts his Third Visit M R JOSEPH JEFPERS. Assistant Fotcman emp.oyed wUh the San Fernando Borough Council, arrived on Monday by n.w i A for three wee* and la staying nt the Cosmopolitan Guest House. This is Mr JenVrs third visit to the island the last U-ing In 10M. Off To British Guiana M RS. A. M. WALLBRIIX1E, wife of Mr Pat Wallbrldg %  ol the Sinner S-wina Machine CO.. left on Thursday night by U)i "Lady Rodney" for British QuiasH on a holiday. She was accompanig't by her three children. < i; i I'liuji ni i u, r %  -, how to work It: AXVDLBAAXR la LONGFELLOW One Utter simply stands for another In this example A Is used for the three L's. X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apoe* trophle*. the length and formation of the words are all hints Bach flay the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation OPF P LOJIFPTK To Be Married Today L EAVING the island last Saturday by the SS "Golnto" l.n Trinidad was Dr G T. M CumminfVho will be married to-da* to Miss Hyacinth Yaw-Ching ol Ban ViTnando Accompanying him was t .• or Ailene who has Just I *i.rued from the U.S.A. and h* iirothrrH George, a sludent at the b College of the We I d Wendell Al'n leaving yesterday dv ilW.IA to attend the weddu* vere his parents Dr H. G. Cummins. M-C-P. and Mrs. and his cousin Miss St. Clair Morrison. Dr Teddy Cummins #'tl be passing through here later on his way to Aberdeen University *o take a pott graduate rbstetrics and gynaecology For Health Rcasong M R. WALTER ROCK, Civil Servant of Dominies, arrived OB Thursday by the M V "CaribLee" for about two weeks In the I'.terest of his health. He is a guest of Mrs. M. L. Thorpe ( "Althorp," Station Hill. Oa Honeymoon D R. Ac MRS. S SAMI'ATH 4 South Trnidad who an spending their honeymoon visit n day after a couple of days her* some of the W. I. Islands, Mfl for Jamaica by B W I A OD Tu< They weie staying at hulrain i Guest House. Worthing. St. Lucia Law Student M ISS LORETTA ANDRE, a la* student of St. Lucia Is in Barbados for a month's holiday She arrived by B.W.I A and b staying at Indramcr Guest limit* Worthing Spent a Month M ISS NINA GOMES, daughter of Hon'ble Albert Gomes, veil known Trinidad politician, will be returning home to-morrow by B.W I.A. after spending t month's holiday as a guest at Iho Worthing Ouest House B. G. Schoolmaster On Holiday A MONG the arrivals by H W.I A on Wednesday |r..ro I rili-.li Guiana, were Mr. und Mn. Oscar Williama. Mr. Williams, a graduate of the Govc Teachers' Training College. Class I, is Headmaster of St l.mn'Anglican School, Pomeroon. He is here on a short holiday SIM) •ill return to B.C. via other West Indian Islands within the next N I' W M R K TJLRF LJ DJNR LOR OIDPT ORI'WI S W P U U F. Cryptoejtiole: DOUBLY-DEAD. IN THAT SH DIRGE FOR HKR THE DIBD so rouira POI nths Satisfied With Barbados H EARING from his friends m Venezuela that Barbados is i lovely spot to spend a holiday. Dr. H H. Psiehs arrived on Mond; irlcol • If rnasa tide" alao •prina. i4i H A dumb (as* for %  nidini iiu.es mi I a Tii aaln n Acroa* mvr none Ma muuiiialns. ibl IN A nide thuuf. '.'/>'/''. I \ i\ LADIES. (iENTS & CHILDREN SHOES | I LADIES from 4 00 lu S6.63 GENTS horn $4.10 lo S9.95 CHILDREN i: HI ;l.8P to $4.80 See iho new slyU-N in our show windows j RELIABLE SHOE REPAIR SERVICE SHOEMAKEKS TO THE WORLD. I .y> ••' "I 13 > \ i, -. t gu •> Osilier l4i siutrril liir • -ninat hi i i riil> son if *utm can waken ... up ni IO ruadMw. is. S. bss deacaiit |4 IB loreiMl IS) I S.'IilUIlK.I I I, 'I U ilia i* an la. sinitlu: irttisedo m Kan. 31 lutti* Vi. 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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, September 09, 1950
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Srplrnilirr 9
15
BatbaJtas
luuarate
REDS MAKE ALL-OUT ATTACK ON MASAN
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Borrowers Will Pay
Less To Monetary Fund
PARIS, Sept. 8.
UOENE BLACK American President of the
40 nation Monetary Fund session for recon-
struction, announced today lower charges to bor-
rowers and greater lending facilities in the future.
He told the fifth annual meeting of the Govern
ments: "We have firmly established our credit so
that we are now in a position to raise all the funds
we are likely to need for loans during the nert
few years at least."
Th.- battle in Korea was "part of a struggle for the heaiU
and minds of hundreds of millions ol peoples throughout
the world." he said.
"We can remove one cause of future Kurea* < nlv it *< can
hold out real and well founded improvement in the mntonal
well-being of all men. which is essential to their dignity
and self-respect", he added He said "development is not
----------- EomtthitiK that can te imported
. j from abroad It i lotocthmg
MuItJ.Ij.A, Rl'lil'f which can only be won Internally
by acceptance of rc'ponsiollitv.
Fund For Antigua; h%^,^u.',,!:.n,, , me
] to be the formulation of a pro-
perty balanced development pro-
I (ramnif. IT..* involve* rejecting
politic*! pressure* foi
ill I II i PAIMKI.M FOH INTM2CA
*
lackaaee
i*xis lor > \
-uef
good* tan the v.hc a
ter fni Andmi^ by
IIW I A lhe*e rrc the
COUSCUon ol relief
goods to leave the island
Yesterday ,|'.rnn a
lorry with 43 parkages of
lollniiK. I- irdwsre. toilet re-
.ndsKes and kit< h.nware also
left the YM.C.A, for the
V V Cnribboe" whh-h is
expeiied to leeve for Anti-
iun to-da>'.
WOM the "Advocate v\.--
tttd the YM.C.A \esterdav.
volunliirv helper* were pre-
paring other packages to
eatch the "Carthbce" before
it sails.
Information roeeived yes-
Irom Mr. Cynl Hob-
Mrector of the Bed
Cross in Antigua is that that
organisation is feeding 1,000
poojjle a day.
I
Mii> Ida CsrWr
\li- Aittmr HutcCii
lead -i
SjMM
nKlge
Bor.
Mi- II
a and k
t_.il W.lr.1 Ot Hf\
Hi i Eara.
Ml. II IUh.i-
Ui
Latest <'<>< ""*

M: ,< \ Sewn
Iff /.. -....
Mi- t Stvt-ph-fd
Ml and Mr- Dvlanwr.
II M 1.
I -......-.I*.'.I
H. C. Legislature
Passes Criminal
Appeal Bill
n, .i.. o OasisaaMssSM
GEORGETOWN, B.O., Sept. A
The Legislature unanimously
passed n Bill to establish a Court
.f Criminal Appeal and to make
provision for appeals in criminal
eases.
The Council urge.l the Govern-
ment to m.ike the necessary* rules
quickly In order to put the Court
into operation.
The Attorney General in moving
a second reading of the Bill stated
It was modelled on the lines of
the Trinidad Criminal Appeal
Ordinance, wtih certain changes to
meet local conditions
With the passing if the new bill
the legislature also repealed the
Ordinance which gave the rifht
to take an appeal to the West
Indian Court "f Apjieal
momimen-
pit
I vested interests for th- i
ment of their position
Tax SyMrin-
"It bl not enough to avoid u>-
llation, it is also necessary to
adopt tax systems which will make
available a greater share of
domestic wealth for development
purposes
It Is. I MiKgest. dangarout
fallacy to believe that the stand-
art! of living of the masst .>r.
"e ia, lJ without sum'
lion lo those economic structures
vtnMi permll relallvelv few
people to enjoy m ft
nation's income"
Czechusluvaki.i
maintain its membership both
Monetary Fund and World Bank
Funi officials iaid toda> 1
last Soviet bloc member.
Until Pakistan finance Mini -
.tor Ghulam Mohnme.1 recovers
from his indisposition, the ques-
tion of the Pakistan rupee M not
txpeeted to be raised at the
current session of the Interna-
tional Monetary Fund
Before November, the Interna-
tional Monetary Fund has to
iormulatc ;ts attitutie In OMast to
advise at Torquay. Englnn conference of nations who signed
* general agreement on trade and
'anil', whether existing exchange
and Impoit restriction
by certain countries IP
aide or not on purely monetary
grounds IteuW.-.
Police Unearlh
Smuggling Plot
VIENNA. Sept. 8.
A plot to smuggle vital war
materials possibly including
uianium to Rusilu and E.tstern
Europe has been unearthed by a
police swoop in Carinthia British
sources said today. Acting on
suspicion, Austrian police and
men of the British Army Field
Security Service raided an inno-
cent funking "Export and import"
firm In Carinthia They claim to
have found there documents offer-
ing Russia bombs and mine de-
tonators, aircraft engines, ball
bearings, sparking plugs, gold and
radium Uranium was also mem-
tioned Two employees eompnny whose Headquarters were
said to be In Basle Switzerland
were arrested. Renter.
\ mart TREE
BATTLE RAGES ON
A LORRY LOAD of relief good* for Antigua drawn nj l(Mi-:d* tin* W:i.
H.V "Csribber' whirl, Is do* to leafs to day
heirs placed on I until th*
B.C. Votes
1,000 For
Antigua
ftfJ* Our O.n Hainan
GEOfiCKTOWN B t. sept h
The Legislate
towards the relief ol Antigua on
a motion by the Financial Secre-
tary on Thur>d-.v
The Hon W |'. '.
gested tt.000 (Hit thr Counci
deeded to send fi.000 now and u
there is further m
>r
Meanwhile Red Croat H
quarters H i*nn
spores ti> lit* ap
clothing and ii I......
there wilt be ..(l > i
by plan.- X|
Mother Given
Temporary
Charge Of Child
PARIS
A p.tif ludaji toaaj uniini
S-yMr-oM LRtn Oayiu- to bfJ
I I
o! her moihei Bunk* l)..ynes (26)
t.i Ixmdon
Ml h i.i.o. ant, ftfM .,lli i I,.-'
AiiHTiedit hubjnd when he*
I rougl i the child here earlier thi-=
i- planning to return to
l...nilnii toiiiRlu Of i
Mr Paynf lawyw told report-
tha hatlfrnani .'^ Ha*
1. fl of France clcmand that a
child of tender years be left with
it mother uiid then fore he lius
entered an order that the child
l.i left in th*' custody of its mother,
mdad that the mother within
ril arfMRi tlma benln an action fo:-
divoree In o court of competent
iiriMllctinn on her case."
Mark Ooodmao, Ifn DayiataV
fether who was watching outskkt
Uitviies" bedroom where Dayncs
was told the verdict, mopped his
blow at the news and muttered.
"Thank (inn Heulei
Argentina Plans To Wipe Out
Sabotage And Kspionage
BUENOS AIRES St
AV l'K.K A STORMY nl'm.'Ki ,i, b*le in which thr opposi-
tion -t in- tune referr-rd to 'he "traitor in tin- Cuverr
merit". Chamber Doputf ted i Govemnwnl Bill lor
The suppression ol RtlMUigc and sabol
Tin measure will giwt it**) G- >; nmenl yvidii powen i" wild "enemie> ol the nation in both peace and wai
It provide up i<> evuht yrms' Imprisonment toi those who
"provoke public alarm or depress tin- |MOpVl pirttt," imd
up to four year* for anymie dudoairuj u pfluiat
ation e\*en when n is not aecrel oi reserved without Gov-
ernment approval.
Actual sabotage ,, SspMRaM
i i att< rarupni brom
it imprlsoaunent in peacetime
hi his a, > ch i.i tha ParonlaU
majia-lty. Deputy Contc Ranle
refeired lo clause m* -m the Hi 1
penalisniK Lhfl dlavlotun of in-
. rrnation ikIi tin- Oovernmeni
had not iiiiim! is*', t. r publfc alloi
He said "I wish to have It clear-
ly estabhihed that it Mgnitles ul
ihn sUtfhton sajawk-uu.. *m *-
lieedont ul the press."
A.f
V Rdial Fund
For .Antigua
. no^l.il.r.1 IIIU I
< -PI...... I..,1k .1
-
i iMSMII iBin
0nB ',...
Ill Xrl,.l,
In '. M v..
Ch. IT.
Antigua Gels
Funds AihI
Supplies
R^ IIWIII J Ml 'ON
ANTIGUA Sept H
i > diuuuntuig ,o $l,U3l
from (H-ixins both in'.di Mai out-
~.iii Ihc COlOnj haYeS aliead\
OSlVOd b) the Adimnistia-
IM -If up it Hun ".ii-
htlui Fund t;overmuen'
^i.itefully lo acknowladse a
donation of S2.400 from the Hed
Cross Society, London, an offer ..
h.thum from the Girl Guidv
Ot^aRsMUon of Barhndee. and ,
offal ol f*">d or elothiiuj fm
CttlaSsB. It Is also mi
( <>f the visit by an
UKtafl i>t the representative* ot
IIM AmeticHn Red Cross fron'
MosT,
rhvUral hurrican eonimuiiique
Adrnmiatrator Way
lao ummarlaas decuions and
iictt-ais token by the Gov.inm.nt
to givr m.UM'.iiate rollef to vie
Mm 01 th- rseSBl lun nemo
Oovt mment, it lays, ha
fld full responsibility fi prond-
IRS two good meals .. dnj lo tl
Uonieless and needy.
The Red Cros* have UKhaTtRRl
i Oku) -xippiy to rerusssi >>i
>.t-n fi"lMuffs, the cost ol hn I
-Iweinnwnl || rrsponsihlr Thv
Hed Cross have devoted then own
.unds to the provisioti of .MhinK
nd supplemental food Mipphes Ir
I'luldren. aged and nrciiunl
'thi*, rind b) DM pio*U,i>n of
In defence of ih, C..v-
-i.unenfs offer of Ihj
indignc-i iiw franl of JJH to
i Uitati nbuUdhkl wattle nun
lUb linl- the comniiu.
n- "seiiounes> ,.( id,
nameless anil oV*ercrowi(im; ii
h* limited aceomiuoiiaitieii -t'il
.tic-
Speed, it says, bj Of SSSSDOB In
' and :i wattle and nut-
house csn 1^. built f.u i^ ,.,
thin any other, even it there
were other materials availnltto
The Government's offer afta. tlu
i ; Miiiiciine of $in ati la own-
ers of destroyed wattle rind iiiil-
l beer en-rely cuUcine.l
m th* Lahouv pre which RC
os rssja i
H.i
1
upporttd i
uppress
I innaiie und .Mibutage, but
t oi the massura "win i

- baoome utati uraama ii > nan i i
! poUtinri lifen: tin' country '
Odsi of the mox violent di.>
orders of Uie night occurred who
Kitdicml Deputy Silvimu SanUnde,
i fused to withdraw hi* remark
tlial "traitor* tan In- lound In the

Ha
King's Health
Failing
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 8
Ninety-one year old KuiR Gus-
t..* baailb hai deterloraled< Iho
It oval Physician. Dr lljalmar
Cssherman, sold in a bulleUn to-
di The King leturnnl to Stock-
rnina from hut sum-
].. i Solliden on Oeland
the iwittc He ik.- i be stepped
from the trmn.
Us dm lltt
.. Solhdon, the King was sbla U
In the park on
\ .mi lunnj
.
I.i.^ genei.' ilcteiior-
pejiandariy because of
1 a increased trouble to breathing
"He has expressed his satisfac-
tion at being back at Drotlingholn-
Siickholm) as the
(j i sent autumn weatrer is i
suitable for I
Keater
as laaas
H.i'l... IV....
M HI I
>! pMhla i
I

i. feiniig l.i Hie fact that formet
edUora of Um Pra-Masl 4mr
I II I'umpern" which IhS COR-
|: lessiouul Committee had foun.i
serving German inter,
'employod in the Ministry o
Public Works
Belli clanged fur order whilj
l Deputies shouted and bunged tliei*
Vfjks for sevem] minutes.
RniUr
*
...
K and S SarjMni
- I
H H S"Utl.
i Hi ,.,
1
'. i .

- Mi c Oreia
Hi i
Elections W ill
Be A Fake
IN EAST GERMANY
BONN, Sept. *K
Ti.* Bon. t .overtime U claimed
in u White Booh today that the
Oenaral Blaetlom doe In Easts* n
Germany mi October IS. witl bo
[al
-KvideuM deception, obsti if
tion and undue influence at mi
I u, 0m Sovtel
EotM ' innng. that an.
ild have 1 declare them
Bass befara
. , i >i-
Hon emp'o.'i 'I wire t.u BJMI
i mm '
iinv enip1"'
in the pa**
The d< fument, preparad u>
takob Kaiser's Ministry ..in ,l.umer.t on tae
. o m i n g eiortlons. alroady
published in the East Zone.
Renter.
Barbuda Shut
Out For 5 Days
Thousands Homeless
tlaibaSaa Ad**raU I arrr>|iiiB< ki i
ANTt li.irt.uftB. a small depemirnij
nuiUi of Antigua, loa
ceSHSBI with the outside wurii nn
live days after the huiricnne nun
lOOp PSSRS in ought li.i
('isaslrous news and raturO)
I ..rbuda the same day with Rat
( toss supplies to relieve thousamii
i t stranded inhabitant*
ElU Poms" was the sole boa
anobored in Barbuda and for.
Innately esiapetl while a>l othei
llarbudu boats anchored in "Si
John'* Harbour" were dutiuuied
(Hie slightly cfcunaged Harbudi
sloop has been reftoati.l ii>
l rlBODsra and will shortly carry
niergeney rations
Thr Government proposes U
giant loans for the repair id
I. irbuda boats.
Ihiring the hurricane, the
ti,.romctei in ttwibudii regiMereo
2U.03 at 11.SO p.m and dm not
In gin tn rise until 3 30 a.m
The wall house ,( WunSei
< cm.nl Gomes, was occupied
until the esJIeriea blew off and nr
(^tiiie -inigij refuge In tha oSB
where Ihev endunxt a temfvn
riRht
IIHI llomrles-.
Arutailla report' BO dewths. 400
:,. melsM, i bousei i
. iid other- dnmagn saeds and ferlllliors
'.lured in the AntlgUS (i
fhtpol were- damatre.1 ,r.
..-.,, il,,- tkbl rlsiiiK t.i ,i heitthl
i I eight feet during the hurni.ine
r are I o oornsBi ei alvsni
in Antigua Seven BasMBR
homeless SOd 1.800 I,
e'troyed
BenaBBteff lelaoola are un.i>ili
i" be opeited on Monday, lit"
"hut C"ey ,ue lullv "rnm.hi
with ret ;
The ssUmatod loading under-
i risers claims are In the vtctoitv
01 f.lf*.00fl with Uoyds and othei
eraiRHMln
128 Trapped In Coal Mine
THIS HUQE BAORAB TREE is srssnng in the grcundi> of Um BriU-h
Council. Wsksflold. Whito Psrk Another big tres erosni In
Park.(list storr oa Pago S,
:.
ftflOll .
.

Ati'cious < i

I
ti ,.t all til
IfUI'.e SOO -
Moaiiwlill
who had worke night <-oni-:

vurds swav threurh .
The it,-

|eoUksT) awaiting la-: i
! flowing from '
I Mud and water cascaded into the
pit from tha crater 100 yards
a ide and blocked
to***! ol 128 of the !*C

ne tampered by biaik damp"
M i.td mine and had H
Bgtll
10 clear iiway funsr*.
I throng.
titrcw trees, I
and Umbet into the hup cretet
the nud avalanci i

assaa gflaiel over the
Fvery || rnii utes Andrew
te'ei
news that brought hope to men
'
heed, Aniungri ttw I

escaped with 10 companlo-i;
a hen mud &tar.d to pour down
I.."t night His aon v.s trapped
St\enson ;. miner for *2 years
|| -.'M, il expert-
.-n Mi i i ime up an
,-ked me to toke a look
1 the rnosi wattctl .. i
But betore are could

cf thin mud rusbsd
11 .ontmued to pom ui
. and we had t<> run I
the pit-bnMni. 'i"1 'nake OUf
way to sal*'
Wnrkina In respirators, reacur-
inen broth to the trapp.ii
rough a thick fa e *
blbjmlnout '-*i hni thev imm<-
ulugged in whim the
.en tld them hv tele-
''iit gns was coming
Bbsul the nn '
;n ^urrouskdini
.Ml towns, and the fami-
-low miners waited for
Dawn broke with u lashing
be caiter Su feel
. bed t .ii
.ii through mi. the mine TopCF-
i int water from draining into ino
neks and
newly bOUghtf Umber were thn>wn
in hut Ihc eflort wn- I
; lug the 'haft Fin- i | -
m| - were put I
.
the tio.tom of the mine shaft "
It was reported from the gfllne*
a hen the men hod
i for 2I|. hours
.nd eniombee. for nearly 14 hour*

it named to be cleared Prepara-
tiiwis w>re begun to blast through
i ^..ie o( hag dividing'Wall.
hot water
..ndagesand other equlp-
r enl flowed steadily down DM 'I
it.lie long shaft, and on the lUT-
fi rr smbulances stood by
120 MILE'FRONT
Bv JULIAN bA...
TOKVO, .
MORTH KOREAN armies to^ay kept up their
ceaseless battering of the 120 mile I <
Nations defence line in Korea.
Frontline reports tonlghi indio.-tc! thai I
est fighting had switJhe.! from the northern :
to the south coast where the Communist I
an all out assault on American del
Masan, only 30 air miles from 1
port of Pusan.
On the western front the North Bansas BOal
their probing attacks, trying to find weaknesses in
the United Nations line.
In tins ;irra. British 'Tnmmi.'s" of th I Middlesex It.' -ITU!;'
and Um Argyll and Sutherland Hlghlani i
out -'""I destroying pertlse ol Commenlsl IbAUi
their line*.
I'nited N.itnis .iii.-i.in di nped
Company when eaeaninlcatkin Hi rtei I
been d.mnnat.-d by Communist EASChlnej I Uiey
entared the Hue foui days a^o
Report ti.mi the Ironl augnented that Communlsta were
regrouping -.nd buildlag up tlu Ii
t'nitid Natlnin Jetenet .*'
SWALLOWED S5

V.., i.... ,, ... alusnii
Bid .. I II)
I

di* h ha iwglki a
the in" ance "i the owtet
hm tha ai '
He "
Al
said i las i kstla


20 Spies
Deported
PARIS s. p
The An) nf the |M
i mrsautlsti ..net..! rt
ay'i pollei " '< i mi rtli
. lunuu't.' were tlepot 1
'ranee n-in- TwtAl)
.hi in || |
iomu ol aUena awsltlng a Is i
tasunt) cbeofe beSMS iM-mg taken
.> *aSMRrasT fntei '
UUters were toki-n n. ,i..
r> in ii-c, i
mhi It ... u iden.li.nrt that iht
ouht Da Ill to tle S<\ let Zisii"
(.i Only a few *"rttei
In s C (inimuoiKt-Unn it
aStorBUesi aadai .leved the Coat!
.um | plirl "SwSnotl
Hums' Hie an.
I "nits m

I
inrntun
n h at

':.
' night
the a
l
r| in rout ' i
Rwfo Adumwe
Along Um Mai km rise kn u*
Ani.i can
ii
'thhting
fvonuul
Two Coi iHona al
I
i

i
the Msethen
j

th.
IV


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I
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.
I If yon |

h. >. II II
The . t I,, n the h--'
I I
r I v vi.m oa^ ii'i.lt here.
. .e all d -
1
KuHHia SenHiiip 7 I
To Next l!.Y Meel
M'lSit'W Sept a j
The fto*su4 iieleg.M.nn to 'I |
. xt 1'nliert Niitmus Awombi> I
i tats 7. iieople imiu I......
tarW ftiift It naa-tlfJ b
fin-eign MinKler Aiatn-.
ky.
The delegation Iron
rt b) Pren let B
iter.
Wa-
it ith*
gwai.
t
.ii
.
1 lUauaSS wen
-ii- i>
.. south'
f
that the \ the Mg
Uie Uivilr.i N.,i |
aystrm ~ aVSI sonahegged In.
insM ttghlnu:
On the seal OOBSt, baltl n
Ameticst! .hkI Smith Kt nok < i in-
iilt>ts sla< ken. | an
gaps In their line
g> en aate g
...and I advocate


ru;i two
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
Cahib QaUinq
i \ EAUS< I-K1I it
V morn.D
by the from St.
the past two yen- lie i. now


England nn h s *y
wtirre Jy
i .njt h
He is _
Mr- S Zephlrtn 1 the Savoy.
^ieet.
Dr BwuMltU F*
:
i Unrig Rarris-
.
. : ug Nurse ut the
Centre In London
Back To Trim-Jagi
Ml nUA SINGH retum-
:. la'ives at Chel-
*'>naWl and
......
First Visit
PAYING hu flrr -it to Bar-f
Ogtlvieol
!!- ..rtive I
en Wm WIA fo.l
I otidaj r. s is

nig
Although he has not been 1U1
i'iund much as yet. he
hat little of the
was very
d by it
Mr. Ofllvic iv in iba banldn
rhompson, Hanke>

tlianu and agents (or Barclay;*
l!:.nk.
Fifteenth Visit
MBS. E CHATT1BTON-
YOUNG from Weslchester
New York. Is now back in the
island for another holiday Shi
nil Tmirsday noralng
from Boston on the "Lady Rod-
i ng at Sam Lord's
. trned from England whan
: r.i ,i month.
A regular vUltoi ' tat Man
he said thut this was about hir
nfttaottl trip here, the first beini:
at the ago of len when sh> gagg*
nut with her parents and stayed
fi i l*. years snd nas. i
ing oft and on except dur m- the
war years
Her son and daugbtSM
Mr. and Mrs. E Chattrrton-Young
Jnr. were also holiday!
Attended Oils And Fata
Talks
Rl KING to
I. v. : A. nu: in,* I.
Bff attending the O.lr- ..
,,., .inference were Mr AUn Stggjrc
nies., ot Manager of tin- Cocbunut Indus-
try Board. Mr A M ihii:ipps. a
Member of the Itoaid itd Mr D
C Ferguson. Commivs
Commerce and Ind
Other -lelef-les returning by
daughter r w*re Hon'ble Andre Dulknilay,
planter and Hon'ble A M. Lewis
of St Lucia and Mr A. V. Sprotl.
lag of Supplies. St Vincent
Hon'ble E A C Hu
other St Vincent deal ,
tumad home on Thun
by the "Lady Rodney" He a>
:nv<>mpiiTiied bv hi* > if<'
On Holiday
\a it m c shanks Morrrr.
ItA planter of St Lu> |
v gator to tni island, v,
I tow spending a holiday staying
I t Indfamti Guest House, Worth-
ing.
I Also hoiiiUiying at indramsi ire
Miss E. M. Lyons, a dressmaker
of Tobago who arrived I
In sreafe by I1WI.A. and is stay-
ing lor two weeks. Mr. Clam
Vigilance, a businessman of Huti-r.
Gu aim and Mr N. O. Jullcn ant
taughtar Vilina of Trini-
dad.
Mr Julien hi in the construction
deportment of U.B.O.T.. Point
Port n. and is making a pleasure
trip through some of the islands
He haa already visited OrenadS
SAd hopes to make St Kitts his
Third Visit
MR JOSEPH JEFPERS. Assis-
tant Fotcman emp.oyed wUh
the San Fernando Borough
Council, arrived on Monday by
n.w i a for three wee*
and la staying nt the Cosmo-
politan Guest House.
This is Mr JenVrs third visit
to the island the last U-ing In 10M.
Off To British Guiana
MRS. A. M. WALLBRIIX1E,
wife of Mr Pat Wallbrldg
ol the Sinner S-wina Machine CO..
left on Thursday night by U)i
"Lady Rodney" for British QuiasH
on a holiday. She was accompanig't
by her three children.
< i; i I'liuji ni i u, r, -, how to work It:
AXVDLBAAXR
la LONGFELLOW
One Utter simply stands for another In this example A Is used
for the three L's. X for the two O's. etc. Single letters, apoe*
trophle*. the length and formation of the words are all hints
Bach flay the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
OPF P LOJIFPTK
To Be Married Today
LEAVING the island last Satur-
day by the SS "Golnto" l.n
Trinidad was Dr G T. M Cum-
minfVho will be married to-da*
to Miss Hyacinth Yaw-Ching ol
Ban ViTnando
Accompanying him was t .
or Ailene who has Just I
*i.rued from the U.S.A. and h*
iirothrrH George, a sludent at the
b College of the We I
d Wendell
Al'n leaving yesterday dv
ilW.IA to attend the weddu*
vere his parents Dr H. G. Cum-
mins. M-C-P. and Mrs.
and his cousin Miss St. Clair
Morrison.
Dr Teddy Cummins #'tl be
passing through here later on his
way to Aberdeen University *o
take a pott graduate
rbstetrics and gynaecology
For Health Rcasong
MR. WALTER ROCK, Civil
Servant of Dominies, arrived
OB Thursday by the M V "Carib-
Lee" for about two weeks In the
I'.terest of his health. He is a
guest of Mrs. M. L. Thorpe (
"Althorp," Station Hill.
Oa Honeymoon
DR. Ac MRS. S SAMI'ATH 4
South Trnidad who an
spending their honeymoon visit n .
day after a couple of days her*
some of the W. I. Islands, Mfl
for Jamaica by B W I A OD Tu< -
They weie staying at hulrain i
Guest House. Worthing.
St. Lucia Law Student
MISS LORETTA ANDRE, a la*
student of St. Lucia Is
in Barbados for a month's holiday
She arrived by B.W.I A and b
staying at Indramcr Guest limit*
Worthing
Spent a Month
MISS nina gomes, daughter
of Hon'ble Albert Gomes,
veil known Trinidad politician,
will be returning home to-morrow
by B.W I.A. after spending t
month's holiday as a guest at Iho
Worthing Ouest House
B. G. Schoolmaster
On Holiday
AMONG the arrivals by
H W.I A on Wednesday |r..ro
I rili-.li Guiana, were Mr. und Mn.
Oscar Williama. Mr. Williams, a
graduate of the Govc
Teachers' Training College. Class
I, is Headmaster of St l.mn'-
Anglican School, Pomeroon. He
is here on a short holiday SIM)
ill return to B.C. via other West
Indian Islands within the next
N I' W M R K
TJLRF LJ DJNR LOR OIDPT ORI'WI
S W P U U F.
Cryptoejtiole:
DOUBLY-DEAD. IN THAT SH
DIRGE FOR HKR THE
dibd so rouira poi
nths
Satisfied With Barbados
HEARING from his friends m
Venezuela that Barbados is i
lovely spot to spend a holiday. Dr.
H H. Psiehs arrived on Mond;
irlcol

If rnasa tide" alao
prina. i4i
H A dumb (as* for nidini
iiu.es mi
I a Tii aaln n Acroa* mvr none
Ma
muuiiialns. ibl
IN A nide thuuf. 0 Fvery sren has one. Jl R.A i7l n 8ee lb AerOM.
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-46
b) B W I A * see for hti
1 Ho told Cnrlb yesterday that t-
11 quite alistle'l with everythm ;
gnd If staying fur two .' k
which he k spending as a guest
i.t the Ocean View Hotel.
!<- id that it is the first time
in 12 years that he has seen such
lovely beaches, especially the on
nl \hv Amiatir Club. They remind
him vc-rv much of those in Italy
and California.
Dr. Fuchs is President of H. II.
Fuchs & Co.. general merchants nf
"I
rsking th n*. dsik bonls. ikts
imp vaauhts, sad
bui hu pfoasUf
peatsaw si b,
. .i uaas.^TsM 1.
j vt i has shrrvlktd a
baj ha hindai saMsjH "- J--------------
EJlS
GLOBE
TODAV 5 8.30 ant CONTIM MO
AH the Greatness tin Serai: can Brhtgi
Lai; iiULT LANCASTER^
m. w sons'
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xNATIONAL PICTURE
m mm CHRISTIANS HOWARD DUFF LOUISA MORTON FRANK CONROY
ARLENE FRANCIS ILOYO GOUfiH A CHESTER ERSKINE PRODUCTIOM
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N H.All Vour . You'll Remember
'Z AH the Impact of "ALL VOIH SONS"
BXTBA: HRtTtBII AMCKIt'AN NEWS RKEL
l.tK'AL T\LENT AllHTlON
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I LADIES from 4 00 lu S6.63
GENTS horn $4.10 lo S9.95
CHILDREN i: hi ;l.8P to $4.80
See iho new slyU-N in our show windows
j
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SHOEMAKEKS TO THE WORLD.
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deacaiit |4
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TO-M4.IIT
DINE AND DANCE
AT
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THE WEST INDIES MOM I'nl'l I \li NIGHT CLUB
DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
Served throunhout the NiRtit
Dial 4000 for Etcservntinns
TO-DAY 5 and 8.30 p.m.
\ and Continuing Over the Week-End
nltnuitit
SPECIAL MATINEE THIS MORNING at 9.10
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sumn.tv. srpTK>inr.R 9. uai
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FACE THKfF.
Foreign Consuls In B.G.
Allies Diwemn
More Police
Inflation Must Not
Ma^*^Z,Tile^s ForZ .......-Affect Defence Plans
11 mm Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN Sept
UNDER A NEW RILL shortly lo be introtfu
British Guiana Legislature, powers of the Pol
;t,n slates will b< tfaTtl U
Foreign Consuls will be exempted from payment
tW In IMpeet of any land or buildings owned or occupied
roign state for purpose of a Consular Office
The US Government recent'>
a - _--, [acquired their own premises in
Antigua Lrets SSSITShiSrcunS
Main Street Thi< will bethe
perty to in- ownei bv -.
rmUn Stute for the purposes of
a CituiiI.ii Office in Hi I
I IlllUM
The new Bill also etk
lonfrr upon Consular Offices d|
Foreign State* with which Con-
sular Conventions are concluded
M .je>t>. rcitain powrn
la'atinjt t> the administration d
state* and property of deceased
rua Gets
Funds And
Supplies
I ram Page I
luscd the Administration o| cn-
aging 01 foi cing thi
ilion oi a deplorably low standard
of housing. 'Government." the I national! of such" aUteT
communique states .1. reply de- Under clause 2 of the Hill ,t U)
1 ?2 "JJK"?; Pvi ' a of rep,e_,u-
'ion be made to a consular officer
respect of a dectned person
lug and made the offer solely
the interest Of piovidmg accom-
modation at Hit greatest speed."
But Press crttictsm has appai-
cnll\ achieved one thing: the
amount of the offer has beer
raised from $19.20 10 $30 00.
Other relief measures including
repairs to fishing boats and task*
and the procurement of building
supplies is under consideration.
The communique then ends* on
the following note of assurance
"The public may rest assured
tint Government are doing and
will continue to do everything
that hen within their power here
to IstViatO distress resulting from
the hurricane."
Many private citizens arc al-
ready helping Covernment in thl
*oil of relief and rehabilitation
Can. BOM,
Security Councit
Rejects Russian
Proposal
LAKE SUCCESS. Sept. 8.
The Security Council. masting
In secret today, rejected the Soviet
pioposal to exclude from Us annu-
al report everything done by tho
t ounell during the Soviet absence.
The Soviet delegate, Jakob
Malik, propoaed ihm ail Council
- tweei /si uarj 11 and
ALgtist I be truck from the re-
, t
Hi ["!" araa defeated by
ten V< let u..... Malik hi
Hurt, hr thought Ihe question was
UHeel to veto, but that he did
not II-. to apply that rule.
Tin Council ill meet again in
v dlacUBl the
Aiaeriian proposal that the whole.
I iflaii bt made the subject
.1 pedal report.
Si', mi ^-.l.M^ ,irc held to pre-
, i.- poll each
year U) the ,Wcmbly.-- kruler.
VERDICT ON ATOMIC
ENERGY
proper!\ In the Colon, _
being due -. of, when
of a State to which the Clause
UtOT in tho
will vt the deceased person or
II otherwise a person *.o
whom a grant of representation to
the estate in the Colony ..r the
dceeascVl person may be made.
and such national is out of UV
Colon) .Mid ha* no duly constitu-
ted attorney v.itlun the Colony
Pa.Mile 111 ul Monies
I 1 2 alas seeks to provide
for the payrronl of monies or
i' no from the estate of a
or becoming due on the
death of such person, to a national
|0 h> which the Clause
applies, \-> n consular officer, if
-uch national is not resident In th.-
Colony A Consular Officer how-
over, shall not be entitled to any
immunity or privilege in respect
of any act done bv VtltUS 0f
powers oonforrad on hi
ihii vection of the Ordinance.
A consular off!,. Of 1
which this Bill applies shall not
constable
or other person acting In execution
of any warrant or other legal
process, or in the exercise of
i>owers conferred by or under any
enaennanl (whether pasted be! ifs
or after tho new Ordinance) or
< ii.i" .* evrept wi'h the consent
of the consular officer In .
that office, or if that consent is
* cannot i *
with the con ml of ..
or Iksta
A constable ma) however enter
1 goasular office (or the i>un>o ,"f extinguishing a fire or prevent-
ing the spread of fire; or if he has
reason to believe that a crime in-
volving violence has bean. Or Is
being, or Is about to be commitieu
ua lie consular office; or by any
person entitled to enter by virtue
of any easement, contract or other
i>rivate right.
Restriction*
These raatrleUoaa on (unstable*
do not however apply to any con-
sular office which for the tuna
.being is in the charge of any
j




on proposals for new
eodarmerte

which Fr.net In particular still
or Kna-
rs A. .
2s,ooo suong led)
0 to 9J.000 police now
cnntrolUM by i '
U meet the threat posel
armnn I
Mr 100,000
r:en
loner
>'nt toraa waj inward
A
would b> introl, hut


! Brtthth,
"
,
ogstnaon in political
the three
.vould have Ul
reaching an agrwment
or the expati-ioTi oi
C.erman police, though Uv
.-'
*
t:ol
France 111 partuulai .
to question II..
placing .1 strong armad polica
irr the control of Ihe
Federal Oovammant at Bonn on
grounds thai this might form the
nucleus of a raaurgajnl German
war machine

agree 'hat the force could be in-
efaaaad m poUoa --ttcngth hui
felt it ihfnlld v'iH rajnain under
slate conB
Observers here telt thai if
Colonel A. 1
force compaiabl.
<,< iman Communist, me .
aimed 'Homi Guard"
police forec. tht
K'-reign Isuinsiaii were almost
d reject such plan
Hut then was qua] I
intrt" foi Gel man darnandi (I i
aonVttonal police protoction Tin
support we 1 !>> the
United Btataa ihgh Comi
John MeCloy's report to the
State Department that the ra-
it ilitni nation programme in the
Soviet Zone wss "one of the more
sinister developments
and of the war "Renter.
Says Director Of Monetary Fund
PAlil
CAMILLA Gt'TI'
Monetary Fund, came out ftroagfaf 1
itiooa when lie addresM-J tho 5th annual
meting ,,f thsj Fund n Paris t i
ational ai. tetil
"We are living toda.'
constant threat of war" said Gutt.
"As long as aggression or the
Kgression arr ,
rojsUttsn. peace-loving
niust be thn med to de-
fend peace.
"it would bo crUnlnaj to auggcsi
that Ihreateneil countries should
reduce their del.
beeause that involved the danger
an aggres-
sion are by far greatet than Ihe
risk of inflation"
At the same time, Gutt said in-
l - moro nceeasar) n
imouni need in this Bald
is to hlabilisr and preserve the pur.
chasing power of all em len.ie-
not excluding ihe Uniti
aUka '
i Id InfUiuon, gn
armament, Gutt PUgjajaafad in-
creased Ul lion of in-
essential
purposes, and 01 .1
nantal and ppvati- suincnditure
uics With tho Inflexible
le of nrKeiiiv and
I
south Africa^ Haven
ing on the w.nl.

M policy ot the Intei na-
tional Monetary Fund 'whlofa
Foi it^ objael ot moo
ful internulional cMi|M>r,ttiun"
He sllaajad Ihe gold pOlW) of the
harming eartaiD of n^
members.
'In.- oi. ..i
Id t.. .dti ii.pi ,

ifTjLlf.
iia.iu t.oi i Ptico
Havenga deall wilh the refusal
l '
the
KINGSTON
The 12th annual CO! 6
ii. Pool .. National Parts
ion in the House
it Itepresentativea, denit with
gtotak enarj In . woak-4 m
passed a resolution in the follow-
"Whereas there are in exi*-
Wncc today such dangerous
vcapom known as the al
hydrogen bomhs; and where.a"
these weapons are destrurtivr to
mankind: lie it resolved that con-
call upon the Brlrsn
Government to advoeat
United Nations Organisation the
application of atomic er-ergy fcr
industrial purposes and solely for I respect of any conveyance or
i*ie production of peacetime needs transport oi immovable property
foi the benefit of humanity I to an* State lo which this Section
i Colonies, or is not u national of
the state by which that office Is
maintained.
I-inn or buildings owned b> a
Foieign State or occupied by any
person on behalf of such State for
the pun>ses of a consular office rcsldenrc of a consular olBoai i
employee, shall be exempted from
lax other than lanag "t Bsogg-
n.entf. U'vii-' foi Barvtcan or public
improvements by which, and to
the extent that the premises are
0 tax sump
duty or similar charge of any kind
shall be Imposed or collected in
Asking For More Work
li.iii il.l lln I ,[|i.p.Uf>l
PORT-Or-BPAIN, 5-
Emplovees of the Labour Office
al Trinidad Leaseholds Utnttatt
Pouiie-a-Pierre, have bai
ing in for Increased work during
llie ptsst few weeks, as a number
of workmen from van
of the island have been storming
the company's labour office with
a view to getting employment on
Ihe con i
building pro)* I
it the Ordinance applies, or ill
icspect of any lease by such
State of any premises, for any of
the purposes specinod above.
Other clauses in the proposed
BUI seek to enable the officer-in
charge of the effects of a decease l
seaman to hand them over to a
consular officer when.* the property
does not execei in value $480.00
. nd the person entitled to such
effects is resident in a foreign
State
Powers of a consular officer
undei the Merchant Shipping Act
will also be extended to the
custody stid disposal of a wrecked
hip itself as to ihi i istod) and
disposal of any articles beiorupng
lo or from part of its cargo.
La*> DWk*. gas s/asgSsHNfl ! rWffsl rotes' sasaei, fa a
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FOR some years now public discussion
has been centred on the establishment of
a City district market which would take
the place of the discarded building in
Cheapside This week the Sanitary Com-
missioners of St. Michael decided to recom-
mend to the Government the acquisition of
an area in the City bounded by Suttle
and Tudor Streets and Masonic and Wat-
kins Alley, which could be used as a dis-
trict market.
The question of the necessity for district
markets does not now arise. If it did the
answer would be supplied in the fact that
Improvised markets have grown up in
Suttle Street. Busby Alley and The Ruins;
and that they cater to a volume of trade
which would better be done in a well estab-
lished district market.
The area of the suggested spot is 27,000
square feet and this with a modern build-
ing suited to the tropics erected on it
should provide all that is necessary.
It has roads on all four sides. This will
add to the convenience of those who will
do their shopping there. Vehicles could
be driven around the market while shop-
pers purchased their goods and left on the
other side. They would have been able to
pass through the market and make their
selections without being annoyed or preyed
upon by hawkers.
The spot is central and near the meat
market beside: being part of the busiest
shopping centre.
In view of the recent statement in the
House of Assembly that the Government
did not propose to embark on any capital
expenditure at the moment, it may be that
financial consideration owing to the sudden
rise in the cost of the buildings, might
cause some controversy and delay.
One thing which will strongly recom-
mend the scheme to the public is that it
will prevent the cluttering up of the alleys
and side streets in the shopping centre by
hawkers and which now make them the
unsightly places they are to-day. It will
also afford the opportunity to demolish the
present old dilapidated and unsightly
buildings roany of which are now to be
seen on this spot; and those people who live
in districts near the city proper will be able
to do their shopping conveniently in this
market.
There can be no doubt that the City
needs a district market.
But the City needs a market which will
add lo not detract from the character of
Bridgetown. Any building erected should
conform to tropical needs and round it
there should be shrubs and flowering
plants and trees. Here the Civic Circle
should be invited by the Government or by
the Vestry who will be ultimately responsi-
ble for the markets, to beautify the place.
The age of ierry-building is past, even for
Barbados.
siiii-:.\ hi < i i> i ion
THE following information from a letter
addressed to the Colonial Secretary is of
special interest.
"In response to a leading article in the
Barbados Advocate of this date (Sept. 7).
I am writing to say that I heard the siren at
noon to-day. very faintly but distinctly.
My house is on Number 1 Highway, (the
Lee Coast Road), where the boundary be-
tween St. Peter and St. James intersects
the Highway, and is just over 10 miles from
Bridgetown.
There was a gentle breeze blowing at tin-
tune I nun approximately North-East. ho
rather against ihe sound. Tins would make
the extreme limit of audibility about 10
miles for persons of average hearing, but
the practical limit for warning purposes
would be considerably less, as we might
not have heard the siren if we had not been
listening for it
In the event of a decision being made to
adopt the sirens for hurricane Warnings 1
should like to offer the following sugges-
tion, that careful consideration he given to
the length of time before the expected ar-
rival of the storm, that the sirens are to he
sounded.
If the time is longer than necessary then-
is always the possibility of a change in
direction of the storm track, such as appar-
ently occurred on August 31, making the
warning unnecessary. On the other hand,
it is of course important to give people a
reasonable length of time to make their
preparations, and this will vary with time
of day or night.
It also occurs to me that If several sirens
"! at once in different parts of the
island, the sound would be quite audible
for some distance offshore, and to
warn fishing craft U it at the
timr"
What Torquay Will
Mean To The Trader
(Reproduced V/tth Acknowledgments From The British Export Gazette.)
n- ine agreed upon The wider sig- these restrictions would
in ihc fan that, by inimical bn Iba too* iun to UM
.ner group of objecUva of trade expansion
In counti jus*' Until quanflUtive reatnetiotu,
vlll of commercial obligations des'gn- are I*nW<, the full impact ol
A MOM. ihe i'i .i ,..i-
ui.g in die Tv>w cooiar*
Uiere will be a possible lOU
more than 6(10 iieg^ U
practice, however, nations
-cgoiiate only with count: m em ... n Hi*- CUT- GATT on warUi trade will not be
with which their mutual trade -s rent trend towards Inereaslaj ''" This point bruugM
Of such a character as to proi in the following eonime;
a basis for the exchange of con- At Geneva, 23 Government* recent Mir of Barclay* 4n
cessions. Even so. it U probable negoUatcd the original agreement- Mm*ww. Asking what has bee
mat 4M(i Baaataatlfli win take a[ Annecy. those 23 countric ne- achieved so far as a result ol Ik
place, as compared with 123 com- skJttaMd individually with th" labours at Geneva am:
pleted negotiations at Gem va in BOW group of ten countries, but ln** wlter says:
1947 and 147 :il Annecy last year, not (with one ur two excepUona) "Tn*' "TsOlts nave ban re
Mloni obtained as a re- amongst themselves. At Torquay, niarkahh-. though h the prevaii-
sult Of the various bilateral nego- the 33 present contracting part H ,'"* "instances many of then
nation* will, as at previous con- and the seven newcomers will a I n*,vo _. ?" Parocularlj
ferences. be extended to all the U negotiating with one another aPP*n-
.aking part. The USA. Britain. France, Benc-
Wliat i- UM significance of all lux, Canada. Italy and the Scandi
these negotiations, and of ihe uvtan cotmtnaa, to mention onlv
General Agreement on Tariff and M few. will be s. .king tariff re-
Trade Itself, to world commerce'' duetUaM from ea.h other The
Here are the claims offliiajlv negotiations v. II ihei. fore involve.
made lor gatt: ., important ,art of th* wei-id/a. ,'Vmi",',,!
(a) it has provided the only iternational .ade. This verv fact nukes tl
Itorock on which to build freer The partlc.paUon of Wertorr -225 -. Z- h u |v mn.t.2
word .Tade. pending the creation Gcnnanv is generally ootniriPT*," I""*""
..# ^ i.a.nnlT..! Trf. droum '......' ,"*1"'"' consinere .1.^, 1" }* * <* *he,motl Important ,.,lfT rcdu,.,lons when the pr
present stale of world
and i.'xrh
slighter obstacle lo internal ooa
trade than outnghl prohib tlom
and limitations, such as quota:
and the restrictions imposed b>
nport I censing and exihangc
ttOQ
, features of th* Torquay confer- i--.. ,,,. orovulcl I
(h) it has restrained countries CI11.(. tw. ., ta pha^ ln S^aSSSi
tin
Measuring the effec& on the trado
11 countries.
(c> It has brought together, in Harriers.
in atmosphere of goodwill and
determination to liberate trade, a
very large group of countries pre-
viously related in iheir trade
policies mainly by Individual ar-
fromtaking completely free- ta 30-page report endued Libero- concerned" are readier to .
Landed, one-sided action to suit ., World 7 de. ,uM teued by ,i than thev, .,,,,,0 be oth
without ihe interim Commission for the In large moVsure. therefore, th.
Inlernalional Trade Organisation exchange of COncaaMotli botW4M
sequel to Th,- Attack oti Trade member countr es has hitherti
been rendered nugatory by thi
"The German UnlT is being maintenance of quantitatr.
cconstructed by the l. rnmenl to take accut: it of the and accepted under the provision*
hange In pr.ee levels brought of GATT on the Rround of the
ibout by the war." the report balance of payments dimcult'es
lWfn!en. .. ,i ... amyt- "und '" nawntial thai of tha oountrbM concerned As
(> In lowering United Slate, limitations on rate Increases these quantitative restrictions are
it has helped to open 'ip should applv to that tariff as removedand the movement l
neater opportunities tor selling w,.n M |CI )|f|oi p;,,,,,^.,,,, ,ar ^ makiiig sntisfarlory progress.
iTica and so increasing under th OaBTal fifHIHIHnl cspec ally within F.urn(>c where
dollar aaminsa Moreover, .. number of important the liberalisation of trade pro-
le) K' has provided a court industrial pioducts were exclude.! posals are being launchedthe
where cases of discrimination an) from the negotiations ol 1947 and real worth of UM OfBWfl
hardship have been argued and 1949 because Germany before Anne, y labours will becomi
settled with ihe least possible the war had been the principal apparent."
harm to world trade. soppier: Ihogfj can DOW bl
If) ll Is the only functioning brought with n ihe scope of lh< "RealiticV And Kules
Ingfnsment al the international agreement, thus cousidei.ibly ex- The major part of the Intentr.
Uvel which has already achieved tending Its COVOrajS ol lh Convnisston'l SOCOOd report 1*
Mibstantial success m reducing proiim : , -i n, bUgniatkaVJi :hcil..... devoted lo exaininm.
tiade barriers and which con- trade" CJtiuttltatlva restrlcUoos of varl-
talns agsinsl backsliding. Products on which it 1 thought ous kinds and discussing how the>
Western Germany is prepared lo can be alleviated and ullimalel>
Lowering U.S. Tariff Wall IssgoMatg tariff reductions include eliminated.
The hrst two rounds of tariff chemicals, dyestuffs and optical "The objective lhat quantitative
regulations helped lo reduce Ihe and prec slon instruments It is restrictions should m general 1-
Uinff wall barring the cntrv .1 also WgfMtad lhat. because ol abolished is one of the rocks
goods into the United State* lo the virtual absence of Import which the General Agreement 1-
n level lower than II has been at and axport lestrlctions between built, ll is V'*** "l, "Jf'
IDS tune since 1B14. and const- Eastern and Western Germany, agreement says In slmi c and plain
derably less than half whav d the changes negotiated by the languor that they must be elin^~
w-x under the llawlev-Smoot German Federal Republic at inated prohibitions and restric-
Urtff wna-h oflowSihe slump Torquay m>ht apply^to son. -<;- "ther 'lh..duiu,, :..* m
Of the early 30s The prospect cxten. u,, F.astcm Germany', J h^r charges ^no^to be ap
.^nth^reducUon^^ U* .orelgn^ -^^ pSSSS
ere on Ihe published list of some parties prepa.e to negol.a e w.lh |(. ^m:nt IM m7 1Jted th.
Um ai-ule- on Wh.ch Ihe I S A '^ f tOI I re, n.i :,, ,,.,,..._,, ,:. ,.,;., ... whl,.,.
may be prepared to consider Several of the, u,n<^i*h',*iin they lived and laid down rules
Ion at the Torquay con ?"rt,PatP "V '.'" ,'.,,', prrmltllni the use of quantitative
Geneva fntered tho-e negot aliens f,.sl,llUl(S ,n ,,.r,:iiri brined clr-
It H true, Of course, lhat sev *'lh, relatively low lariffs. bu utn>t.4lut.v-
with the Com- to bind targe number m* their sulnmiirv of |hg eircimslances in
rotes against nrrease These wn|th ,,Bntitniive restrictions are
low tariff countries now fear ^^.nu^j und ,hc rules, e.g. nnn-
rurtboT con- pjpeMintoaUon. governing th.-ii
Torouuv negotiations It la also "*"" " v""- winch they ran application.
*^ offer as their part of a bargln ^,n July ,949;- lt (, remBrked.
for obtaining s gniflcant reduc- '..n,. United Kingdom and other
lions from the higher tariff countries of the sterling arM
countries. This is the posit on, ngreca to endeavour to reduce
for Instance, of ihe Benelux then dollai Import! by nbnut 25
per cent, below the level of 1948
. These countries, and also
Chile, will consult with the con-
the recent
their import pro-
vUfJroui protest
nutlee lot Tariff Reciprocity In-
Kim.i' on against any further
lUfllldUWI *HIII illlj nil inn
tariff-cut ting at the forthrimmg ,n*1 mere re
t.______ -.,..___i. Z Bi,i cessions of vah
(rue Unit the extent of
.->ons permitted under the US
Trade Arrangements Ad is limit-
ed lo reductions of 50 pel cent
on Ihe level of 1st January. 1945.
.... haa alrrady bean uwd up. Concnl- h rwwd l.in.line
be accepted
aai^i ijlinna
.it ih^Ue redT^et on '^"'valent to further reductions ,,, durlng Uu- nfth
be little d.mbt that the reduction ,n thf, nighcr urirff of oln ( November ^950 [i.e. al Tor-
in Amercan tariffs has done B counlrlwi. Moreover they consider quav|. Bv th.tt time, the effects of
good deal to ease the world s dol- lhnt< before agreeing lo rebind curr",.n. > ktValttaUOD of Septem-
li r problem during the.past year ,h Urimv th(iy Bhoul)1 havc ,9W
nd thai' further benefits In this
direction thould result from th<:
Torquay conference
Ftelng
ii"' 1
conditions tin-
if the contract-
paruM bare already relaxed
loved same of the controls
htch was another
the opportunity to Judge whether measure employed by many
progress has been made towards these countries to .leal with the
the establishment of an eqin ,. pnjhlcm will be more
The results of the Annecy tariff balance in tariff levels apparent."
negotiations were made available The reduct ons and binding* l! llcl ' 'n;i' t,H" "bcr-
111 a leport entitled The Attack on UKrced upon at Geneva 111 1947 ;,l,lo,n yl ""-"".t trade from qun-
TrodV Harrier, (published in the hlul -t, Jsuied l.fe of only three >"">'vv restncUons1 Will be a pro-
UK by UM Stationery Office), years. Ileyond lhat perlud they pwlvc .process,,_ th_restri. lum,
lt was emphasised at the time that remain in force indelinitel>. Im*
a biin- stalisUcal comparison be- proposals for the withdrawal ol
iweeii the value of trade covered gpedAc concess ons can M ,
l.y |h concessions made by the addressed to the countries witn SmamwT& Sn^lS
United Kingdom and those from which they were initially nego- i,1^. Svf modified ^heir
wfali h 'his country* slood to gain Hated The possib lily that many a4jmini sir alive policies But Ihe re-
did not give a true picture, on ae- of the concess.ons made uuring ,., .|U,S lls nope maitl|v ,n the
count of the difference In the the first and second round 01 KtivtUo) of two groups th
nature of the goods which Britnin tariff-cutting may be withdrawn sierHnj area and the OEEC
respectively imports and exports, introduces aji linossbral**e eie- "The sterling area covers
In general, for instance, the con- man. of Linoerta nty, anu it was [nrge segment of world trade and
cessions obtained by the UK (on therefore decided lust Ke! luary ,-onstitutes in itself a multilateral
trade valued in 1938 at some that all re-negot 1 a tons should be Trading system wllh only mild ln-
22 000,000) related to inanu- h* Id at the end of the initial tei-rial icntrictlons on trade and
faclured g:"ls .vheieas a 'arg.- three-year peiiod. i* at the OOO with lnterconvertibiht> of
percentage of the Irade covered of this year, ana that Ihe assuren rencies.*1 it is pointed out "The
by concessions (valued in 1MB at life of the result ng schedules European Organisation also re-
711-100 000) related to raw mn- should be extended for anoth....... ubftantinl part of in-
tenah. i v timber and wood pulp three years. The Torquay con- ternalien.il commerce and may
,.,,... lerence which beglttl OD Wfi Pve lh< . f..i ..l-li^nn: nuan
SvpieinlH-r and is expected to Utalive reslti.tions among its
run well into 1951 will prnvide members and f restoring cur-
the opportunity t.a these opera- '"'> convertlbilil.v. Some mem-
tions. Thus Utere should emerge ban of each of hese two groups
ihe negot aiiora a set of haer already exlended their ex-
lu addition to the
Aiiiuw by the 10 acceding coua-
tne-. the UK also gained indirect
h- from concessions made bv th.
ther 22 contracting parties to (roni
the accKtin| oountMoB. Thus It tariff
for 40 countries, emplions from quantitallvc rc-
slimal.il that concessions
n M|i lo Dm 1'niie.i States on
trhlch the UK had an in-
1,1 I- nelil ItnTi-di 11.nl<
value of aboul C 500.000 at
M (eve!
I'll! schedules Mr 4U eoumnes. ......- h--""*"- *-
of winch will be bound against itrfctloni 10 the products of all
-re.se uut.l Ihc beginning ol > curre.u-> .^untrtre
II
1 e.e e
1954.
Next lrblem : Import
ControU
Meimwh le. the question of
Illative import restrictions
-In this, and in the comnun
inembereMp ol 0t United King
itoin in i.th groupa, lies ihe p*s
silnlity that thaM group aTTaMt'
ents ma. proVfl 10 l>e steps to-
.ii.is the 1 beratton
Brake On Reslriclivc Trend .. has come' IncrtsUsngly i" t'1*' ti!!.;. M.m> countries arc nov
It v.as not possible, however, fore. The General Agreemcui balancing their payments wllh the
lo .11.(11.iim UM un|KHtanee of Ihe recognises that there may be a world .1 a hole, but the in-
Ann* I inference simply by al- need for such controls dur.ng tlu- tractable dollar gap remains to bo
tempting lo anaryat Ihe effects on |>er nd of economic recovery, bu' resolved before lull multilateral-
.1 pi -nit ulai tountiv's trade of the also embodies the acknowledge- ism and convertibility can be re-
various tariff reductions and bind-mem of adhering nations that sumed. ___________________
FROM MOSCOW: 10
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
A SECRET agreement bawccii C/ rfloBsO-
vakia and East Germany, placm lii'ir
uranium mines directly under Soviet admin-
istration and ceding atrip J Czech ti-rriiory
to East Germany, was tiictaled by Moscow.
iaccuiiliin; lo Edmund Rchak.
ganger*. < m Pans. In the following article he say
ilitc politicians have been obliged b
agree to furnish Chechoslovakian p
even army aid to support ihc Soviot .ulinin-
istrator of the mine region.
By EDMUND KKH\K
Secretary General of the Council of Free
Czechoslovakia in Paris
PARIS
A single reading suflkes lo sl;ow llial the
.ikiuii-Kaat German uranium mint
pact is not a real agreement between equa.
partners but a pure and simple "diktat" from
Moscow that the present masters of Czecho-
slovakia were forced "o accept In order l-.
stay in power.
Neither the interests ol like state nor tin
people of Czechoslovakia were taken int.
consideration. Quite the contrary, ihe lm
mense natural resources of Bohemia, tin
uranium deposits, were given over to a
foreign power without compensation, de
priving Czechoslovakia of millions of dollat>
worth of foreign credits that she could hav<
had by selling the uranium abroad.
One can easily imagine to what extent thi
Bovttt administration will use the profits
realized from the sale of uranium to better
the standard of living of the people ol
Czechoslovakia or to rehabilitate the Czech
economy.
The communist hierarchy agreed that
autonomous Soviet administrations be created
Czech territory to please their Soviet
masters who keep them in power. They
were even obliged to agree that part ol
Bohemia which had been Czechoslovak ter-
ritory for more than 1,000 years be given ti
Germany, again in the interests of U.S.SR
This strip of land rich in uranium deposi-
ts four to five kilometers deep and 20 to 30
kilometers long.
In the agreement it is provided that
Czechoslovakia receive just compensation
for the territory ceded bi.t Ihe kind or lime
of compensation is not mentioned.
The present so-called Czechoslovak gov-
ernment has even agreed that the Soviet
authorities will have absolute authority over
Czech citizens working in the mines and
lhat they may be sent at a moment's notic
lo thi iJ.S.S.R.
There are two categories of employees In
the uranium mines: the most important arv
the prisoners, political and nf n-political, and
UlOM detained to prevent them from actinr
against the government. The second category
are the regular civil employees sent Iherc In
the Office of Labour.
According to the agreement both rai.i'nn.
of workers may be sent to the Soviet Union
if ihe administration deems it necessary
and the Czech army and police force are to
be put at the beck and call of the Soviet
Mine Area Administration, should Ihey be
needed.
The text of the agreement was brought to
1 ilready prepared by the former
Soviet ambassador Zorin, who demandsd
that the accord be signed immediately, which
was clone on May 7, 1950.
When the Czech leaders tried in gofton
some of the terms of Ihe accord,
that the provisions dealing with the dispaui;
of Czech employees to the Soviet Unio
would terrorize the Czech population, th
Soviets replied
"That's why the accord is secret."
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Tiiiii- is ;i thoroughly prr-vvm
.. nl laondoti's delectable
Food Fair. which opened al
OKmpia on August 29. There
.ne mi "Export Only" notices, and
free sample?- abound. Perhaps It
m thJi latter fact that caused
the bemused expressions on Ihe
faces of the visitors, who accepted
the mininiure DOttlea of coffee,
pot* of Jam. and tins of noup
Onsawhal diffidently Tin- old-
lime jostling and enimhling,
howavafi have mver
nrderlv <,ueues.
r, sored by
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tion, and almost five acres arm
lakan up bv over two hundred
manufacturers, who are explsln-
ln demonstrating and selling
dttCia over Uv
how iht Britash
preparing foodl

IM to introduce others new to
the market. At the HIM UsM it
provides a meeting place for
Trade buyers, and enables manu-
facturafl to meet their customer*
In person,
Two unexpected exli.i-
Yugoslavia and Czech.
Before the war Yugoslavia ex-
ported nothing to Britain Now,
under a new agreement, sin- i.
ending thousands of Ion* of fruit
and nuts over, and some very line
wine?. Her star. I
'i-lLi.lv to agricultural produetk.
and decorated with fine em-
broidery typical of the Balkan
coiinlne* flown over ip.. i i!K fa
the occasion. V
in become Britain's lar,
pllM "1 fresh fruit ami
MHtt vear.
n Britain
,. ,l1 ba tlacoratad siOi as I
wrapped chocolate to]
vakla Not
I such an abundance of
chocolate motor cars, babMa, dulis
and novelties, been seen.
I nique nl an exhibi.ion of this
kind were sculptural works loaned
by members of the Komi Soctatj
Of llntish Sculptors, and M Ail
Gallery of which Ihe theme was
"Foxl and Drink in Art." The
. l* bahtnd this is 10 attar to
artists and sculptors the oppor-
tunity of bringing tlieir works
baton the notice of all classes
of the community, something not
always poss blc with normal art
exhibitions. So there Is a tine
canflng of the Protllgal Son*'
in Um .,i a stylized
lOD of the Virg n Mary and
Child In a re$t lounge, amoiitc
mg the whole fair, is
a Blfantlc Mural des gnad by
Oswald Cunningham. 1.200 fart
agth and n-r' hat In height
It shows typical F.ngh'.h countr>
| from sowing time to
When one in tired of w.mdei im:
round the stands, each of them
a minor triumph in artist:.
out, there are cinema shows.
concerts, and rest gardens. On
the Australian itand is a eon-
tinuous lllm-show. mloi inatiu:
about emigration, and samples ol
Iheir produce.
Mr Cuba (Tate and I-yle %
well-known sugar motif) was
ihere; not only the talking model,
but many smaller ones also.
"I couldn't be cleaner" he says,
or alternatively, "I'm so pure1*
In u Wesi Indian Garden In tha
centre of the great Olympia Hall,
Mr. Cube Invites visitors to rest
In a delightful selling of palm
trees, tropical foliage, flower*
and fountains, to recorded calypso
music. There is
"Cane to Cuba" I iton of
Britain's popular H.i 1 o Doctor.
Charles Hill, urveiled Lumens,
the Transparent Woman. But
many of the women present
neemed acutely embarrassed si
*eeinj the way their bodies
worked thus boldly exhibited to
the world
f> on page I
Encuentrese Conmigo En
GODDARD'S RESTAURANT
Celebrado Por Bisteces y Sandwiches
y
COCTELES GOLD BRAID"
- ',','-',***,--*>*-'-*,',^>^^-3
MW/, s


SATURDAY, SF.PTRMBF.R I. 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE


15 City Buildings
May Give Place
To New Market
IF THE GOVERNMENT accept the recvmmendaiinn of
the Commissioners of Health of Si Michael for a dtetriet
market in the City, the Bftoen buildings on the selected
Mt in ol a modern market on the 27,000 square fevt will
i't Uw slum area as well as serve the purpose intended All
the people who occupy this area are not in favour of the
proposed change, however.
----- Those who do business along
the Suttle Street part which would
PACE FIVE
THE \< IslOIII THEE
ded
seriously put out ow
over. Must ol them
who sell fruit, rn.ils
TON just lake
What
P.A.A. Get
Ready To
BuyA.O.A.
purchase of AiMtlani On
WM Ii1IIMB by Pan America.
World Airways has been given
the green light by the U.S.
Circuit Court ol AppeaU decision
upholuing the approval gruntea
lv the t.'nil A<-:
Trans Worki Airlines t.as with-
urawn lit objections following
tiie court decision and the merger
ol the. international airlines is ex-
|.ected to be completed in Septem-
ber.
Pan American issued the fol-
lowing statement in New York:
"Pan American i* grnniied by
titt .rtiui; ol Um circuit Coun of
Appeals sustaining; in gl
the validity or the action taken
by the PresWenl and the Civil
AOffOnautii l.oai i Pan Ameri-
Qfen is also pleased that Trans
Wolid Airlines has announce,i it*
acceptance af Um decision. Now
both airlines can get on with the
Job.
"Plans are being formulated to
add Paris and Rome to Pan
American's present services. This
will bring double-deck Strato-
crulsers rii-1 ihe special luxury
'President' service into these
lines for the first time
"As previously announced)
Harace Brock will conlinue as
manager of PA As Atlantic
Division and Harold P. Harris,
vice president anil general manager
of American Overseas Airlines.
will become vice president of
P.A.A in charge of the company's
Atlantic services.
"Consultations are going for-
ward with the A.O A management
IC complete the merger of the two) he dug down al
lltpaBBM in September. All' *''VVUS,A* l1'1^!
bookings on A O.A after the dal
( completion of the merger wil
bfl honoured by Pan American
Us
re not
.. ehangj
re tenant
ind wood.
'
lent do
it vouldnl
much "
Brick Buildings
re live buildings along
Suttle Slice!
taken up. There arc olo brick
buildinus. relics of some of tin
city's oldest. Outside than ll
ld bustle as the ot
tend to customer- Mil Inaldc
here nun\ rent rooms l.. In. in.
and on broken window -ills COOh
then days' fare on old coal pots.
there is squalor and a stifling at*
lawanhore
The people make much use of
blinds" which are put up to re-
nain until thej become bits of rag
and threads after they had for
lung presented a dirty appearance
The walls, broken In many parts.
in dftnn and bttwoan the dJrt>
ilains, there nre aottwttnM
of tho covered them The quaint de-
signs of the architecture of UM
the house* were built
still to be sera m the old
buildings and show a contrast to
Windows which now
I here tliere once
ere panes of glass and flaps.
Moss has grown on Um damp
walls and yard.' In the tlicbai III
the walls, bush powi is though it
has Ik en planted on arable soil
Heap) "i 'i ot I." and ttoni
in many of the yards The ,.ul>
buldlng of Ihe live which hss
. i um look, is the
, rw al Iha comar of Tudoc Btreei
nd Suttle Street.
Illl Mll!M\l M/l II M\\ UIU inlo lnlcnlhr.
I'jiW llavlnt | cir.umferencr of fiO fret. It Is
( llp cUm "fimi.-r ire, at Queen'*.
id It ba >h; 1-l.md htcse-it tree
Van Driver \\ ill
Not Pay 2 For
Negligent Driving
Flowers
Yet among all the foulness of
the surrounding, some Of the Mn-
snts grow flowers In plint pots
By the moss and hedged in by
bush the prettv lilic grow
The eight buildings which would
" m along Tudoi Btreei
i and lunch roOfM. There Is also a
1 blfvcle shop
Ml MelllP. Chief S ,
suector. told the Adt'ornr. l
[day ibat the market "may allow
Ifdr artlCHO other than fruit to b*
[SOld there."
I That provision, hownv, would
iprevent those of the area who deal
j |n soaps and the like, from being
I put out of business Hut all iau-
i not be provided for and the bicycle
I shop and bakery would llml
themselves In a quandary.
., '"n'dPf.MnnnlHiN Worship Mi T "s"mcv the .suggestion has been
S;..H~Nuf"'' MaK,*<"<' Of Disi.K. 1(. ful.waK| (hat a market should
\J J & Thelr Honou,r5 *!r -M proprietor, Mid he has bet
W B. Chenery and Mr. II. A. U-.^ rnan He owns the bulld-
Vaughan. Judges of the Assistant 'K ,n
Court of Appeal. Mr Nurse ha
lined Carlisle llounic <>( (Jovern-
ment Hill 12 and 3 costs foi
driving without dlM '"< gnd at-
lenliou on Derm ks Itu.i I o'i
July 3.
Their Honoun ye:tei
missed the case on \U, merits.
Mr W. w. Raaoa K C apps rod
on behalf of Bourne.
Bourne said that on July S at
about 7.30 pm he was drlvtni
the motor van M-22? on Derricks
Road going in the direction ol
Bridgetown He saw a cart ap-
proach'ng him with a bicycle
behind it. Suddenly the cart
swerved across the road and there
was an Occident in which the horse
which war pulling the cart was
Killed and the cart struck hy the
van. His van lights were burnJnj
but he could not remember seeing
light on the cart.
The rider of the bicycle Al Ihui
Rfa harts of Wcston St. James
.aid the van swervtd arross the
road and ittuek Um c rl an
horse. The van never stoppeo
and he tried to see the number,
but it was too dark.
Mr Raaoa p addraaabii the

done* that Bourne was driving
without care and that lieing so.
they could not confirm the deci-
1 Mr Nurw.
hich he carries on ids
burin* He said that it had been
1 10 build up hi*
business In whal it has bee nu gnd
the thought of lemovlng hatt un-
pettlad Mm wory much.
Ha thought that it was very
iikei> they would ba wall paid for
the land and the buildings, but the
trouble was. where to go and
how to build up other business
connections in I short space of
time"
Masonic Alle> is only alwiut four
feet wide, but if the market is
built, it would be widened. It was
learnt. Along that Alley, too. a
few leaning and weather beaten
old houses are propped. They
seem as though a high wind would
destroy them
Little business is done in Wnt-
klns Alley People live ail
>},( 1, 1
mtranca to those In the middle of
the confOtHd an
tetters Of
Adm inist ration
Granted
His Honour Ihe Chief Judfa.
Sir Allan Collvrnnie. in the Coul t
, : ( tdmaiy yesterday granted the
;,. t lion of SI (lair Viola Mascoll
of Christ Church for Letters ol
Administration to the aatata 0j
Clyde Benjamin Baal who died
m Curacao.
Mi t\ II. Clarke K. C instruct-
ed by Messrs. Carrington & Scaly
I ented the petit oner.
The Chief Judge also granted
he patltl Alphonso
Bend Of St Michael, for Letters
of Administration to th'
Blanche Bend late ol the same

Legal appearances were
Una as in Ihe |.isl ret tior
The wdls of Uie following peo-
tetl ic Probai*:-
C.eorgiann Allcyne. Percy EUmI-
bridge MrOillon Puckenu. and
Edith Rtb-' M 18 B ppard. late
. hael: James Theoph lus
Butcher law ol Bl Priiip.
In the matter of Ihe will ol
Jeaaph Baywy m which a caven*
has been Bled
Mapr. the Court adiuurned boar-
ing until Tuesday. September 19
1930
ih
Airline Gives
Sfxxce For Antigua
Relief Supplies
iPVom Oul Own Corn-ipnnrt-'
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Pun American Airways have
offered all available clipper cargo
ipace on their flights from Trini-
dad to Antigua for transporting
inergency clothing and foci
upplles contributed by the people
I Trinidad and Tobago, through
jjM British Red Cross Society
Shipment* will be dispatched on
their regular flight which makes
stops at St. Lucia. Martinique and
Guadeloupe prior to arrival at
Antigua. The carriage of these
ercy shipments by P.A-A., is In
beeping with the policy of offering
aid to disaster-stricken areas. In
leeent mont is P.A.A., havo
ci-rrled similar shipments
eaithquuke areas in Ecuador and
Columbia.
China Doll
Serves Chow
Harlook
Tllr to the
rstYaabinani
ii,. chJiu DoU Restaucanl al
Maihill Mteel which lor the llr-.:
me In the history

Bung. Chow H irpalr '
rloofc.
Lauranl has rj .
: 1
ided a I .

1 a fouptain and on tin- third
ion which DMA I I
I. .
The Chll
recond floor and it M da
1 Oriental atttUlfl with Chine-c
on the walls.
A: the Plan 1'itvem.. .. <
iters to the public D
10 morning until mld-nlghl
The ton a
. .
'."le
M.Ik. nks, of I drinks.
I-.'.'
The |ki"i)hi ba 1 horse shoe
r ehee-e
1101-. nnd sweet drink' i-e sold.
Largest lrcc Clothes Are
hi ll:irh;nlis, ftfafo JTor
Antiguans
B.e.L.R.A APPEAL
I II \
Cheques foi |
to UM
Ltd nd
i, BtiUah bnplra
lion
Tang 4-\\ ill
Trounce His
Opponents91
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Mr. Alderman Norman Tang.
Port-of-Spain's Mayor, who i
ontaaUnl aal U a Ugfalattvi
Council in the forthcoming elec-
tions, received t h e lollowlni;
cab egram from the Honourable
Alexander Bu.itamante. of Jamaica
M I I nve known of you
and heard of you, you would M
great asset to the House of
I tool -nre that
...'.. ii: "
md Mild
i: |o pOUUOal 0I1I.M011 '
s .inantc "
Dr Pat Sol mon well-known
x>hUcian. b also contesting the
Souther:i A1 derma11
Tang. Other ismtesWnls in that
ire Mrs Aila Atherly. well-
and Jose
Ran Fortune City Accountant.
ONI 01 the Mtm :
Park is
kycunon traa li 1
.....1 1 aim treat n
ftienec Of this \m t
I
In the1 bdand
u> height is attunav
i.ci "baobab", ihe
UM tre.' h> -clu
I. ..
,111 two
1 Um an
an told ihe 'Advocate
1 n mcmbai

hide and seek'1 undei |U
ran ire not
. .'luiih this traa but
11,. of Um
h-^^ to play marbles
Kcputriuti's Coiuin5
l'rom r.m.uiiii
ihe s.s. Lama li <., too
call at Baruauos on button)
with 37 wesi Indian "
0111 Cristobal. Panama
They are Irom hi
.'.....aiea,. St Luens, si KltU,
Antigua, Trinidad. QfO
ViiHeui. British (.uiaua and r-
, adoi
The "Leme" will land me II
repatriatas hare Those from ii"
:.lner West Indian Islands will
lailinut on to then bOEMHOd b)
>>portunities.
Bevcntaai
1 dal ai the Bingai
Bti re, op| In ih.- 1. iwoi Ore 1
. wing ctothoa ra*
in'. 1 lung c Antiguans.
Nol 01 who 1- in charge
Of Ihe tOWing 1 l.es. told lln
that al
i li WOrh td. have made verj
gofd prOfU'UI The clothing whlcb
rnade includes shirt',
1 1 1 mas. which when
.;i -cm io um
V.alJ \ I vhlnment In Antigua
Ttie cloth is don.in.I l -.mi
of the landing st. pm Um Cltj
it moie donations are i>xp"'cted
ithers
SMOKE FROM MOTOR
VESSELS
Clerks working in ottcai along
'he rt.ih rfronl. especially thus**
1 month of the Cateefip
i... 10 bapp) with motor
lowing their smoke on
Ihein
Aparl from le.ving the -inell 00
.
it. which aoUi lliein
A elcil: told the b
yeaterdaa what ha thought tho
getting rid ol lh<
daap water harbour"
Along the inner basin and th*
uppei pail ol the Cureenage the
omees are far away from the wat-
erfront and they fare bettei thai
the l ares nageri mouth
Clark thought \ a good
arth all the motor vensel*
fai up the Cajeenaga Thoaehoon
I off smoke
CCU] 'I"' othei
t trthi
The Wsather
TODAY
Sun Kiaea; 5.50 am.
Sun Seta: ..... p.m.
Moon (New) September II
l.lKhlitf; 600 p.m.
Huh Water: l.?2 a.m. Ml
p m
VKSTKRDAV
Rainfall < ......n, u, nil.
ToU| fur M..I.U, In \r*irr
d.y. tM hm
l. .ii|,.i..un.- (Max) m, a
I " 1 ! ii. Mm 71.0 F.
Wind...... - ., V
(3 pm i y hv s
U'nd Velocity 1 .,,!.-. per
hour.
H^romrU-r IS am-1 'JS.OiB
(I p.nil 29.HSI.
Man Smnfherrtt
To Dtxftli In
Sand PU
'I'li.K. i ksVi i %< i-i...
- Prlnev Seal) i i Triopath. Si

the lop Of u Ml -ana pit gmVl
awa> ana fell ui on him al aoou
10.30 am at Triopath on Thuex-
day
The body was remuvecl to the
bl. Andrew's Alnish**,-,
Mat Mwrtem examination *a
performed on the name daj ba Dl
L S Tappin Death waaottrtbuM,
t< broken nook
An enyun
jriiing.
'pWO TRAFTU OUt Ml
were rOBordad in '.he l\.l,.
i'l-" vi" '.i Lt* ": V, as '
parking rn a reatrlctad area an
he other U- driving a BMtOT C0I
uink.
FROM NKXT BffQjMl lMe taobtk
Cinema v .11 | I
Ihe Brat wfll ba give
EM Monday al H (Hi pJP f.n 11 I
i>eneflt of patients at the St John'
Up inouaa
On Tuendaj Um ClnauM wO
sit St. Andrew* and give a shov
residcnu oi hm Dollaplelnr an
A show will in- given at U I
District V Yard n
Wednesday mainly hX
01 the District E' area of Si
Peter
It will visit ChcM O
Thursday where -how will bi
al South Point Ughthoun
i* for people of UM I
.11- .lie.,
Ttie Anal performance ne U
aak will be given on Prtdnj
v. in ba . ani ih
Nightent.il I Rock
A WILL I-ltiK
iihed UUM to the S W* rt
Fund. The total of '.hat fund hai
now risen to !i3H 11
TIIIKVS .n Uu i R
illslll.l 'ii.ule fWl Ml
recently.
tin Tburaony Um homo i'
Mohanuncil BnTOd at Kensnigtei
Mow Rood am btMawn gnd entorv
iid a quantity ol dottl efOTUl
(313 stolen
Sayed (old the Police that the
loth bel<
Abdul Hal
Diana Dalrymple of M
Oap Now (hie.his. reported UmI
hat provkdon ihop al the mow
u ii- ... i" i i... ltd i nMre
between Wednesday and Ttuirr-
!ay and a cash Imix along with
Iher articles stolen
Ttie Police are investigating
/* nch eon-Roll ing
is IMrngerous
THB old practice ^t n.iim.
punchoone and barreli aloiiK Un
-lieet conslitole a dan I
0 DOM than OVOf to motorist1
cyclists and pedestrian*
A motorist was driving dow
Baj Streei yesterday when i
punchoon gaol Info the middle o
the road at n speed approximate!)
tnree 10 live miles per hour Tin
i k broak was Um " win
ItOOpOd down to stop It as If h
' i. iding a cricket ball. If le
nad not done so It Is quite i
lain an accident would haw
taken pli
DIED IN PLANE
(From Our 0n ro'f-,--
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Senor Juan y de la Fc aped 58.
A Cuban passenger on a F.A MA
flight from Buenos Aires to New
York, died in the aticral' shorUy
alter leaving Belem. Brazil. The
landed at Piarco Airport
and P-e nircraft c mtinued 111
flight. De la Fe's wife said the
had made the Journey to Buenos
Aires for tho purpoee of an opera -
tion on her husband, who was
.uttering from a stomach disorder.
FAULTY BRAKES COST 1
St. Cla r Williams of Layn^s
Road, Britton* Hill was found
guilty yesterday of drying wi h
defective brake
Road. St Michael on July 10
II, Vorafa p Mi M A. Talma
. .
ordered him to pay a fine of 20s
costs in It da-
month's imprts.
The number of v
M-1974
U.S. BASE TO BE
RE-OPENED
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
In view of the international
situauon. the U.S. Base In Trinidad
ll t i l- rrartiv-ated The base wit
virtually closM in May to
economy reasons It ii conslderel
a vital base for the defence of th<
Panama Canal. A Navy Air
iSquadron is to take part in
: routine advance
[operation
Sled Hands Not
Serious Enough
PORT-OF-SPAJN,
The presence of some Of
bands at
certain election meeting* bat
occasioned mm I.
ware U*Od to "drown" opponents'
voices. The Trinidad Steel Band
Association has Issued a memorun-
'um to it- members which says
"The AssoclsUon feels that the
playing of music, particularly the
eestatu strains of a steel band
tends to introduce U uch of levity
at campaign meetings, out of
kcepink with the attitude of
seriousness an I sobriety which one
would have expected to find in
persons seeking election to the
LogulaUva CouneU of thl
ommunity "
15.800 BAGS OF
WHEAT COME
iga of wheat flour
from Vni UM B-fl "saw-
1
The hit men! of He n
signed t
Ltd.. Mesei
'. ners - i '*
i. v. -
:.!

IP Mil
'. Sai

_
LOG AFLOAT
I

ent that it
floating 'eet lorg
position B ' West
&ACA1I\ /^ STOICS ...
f UfilNA
CHOWS
AMUALS & HJt UHi
th i
IN
M s\ SIIHMII M OF
WINDOW GLASS
Kuie Clemi Qiiuiiiy .n sevetal thickness** and a wide
ranriej ol sizes.
- U.SII -
PLAIN STEM GLASSWARE
including: -
I'OKTS .................. 37 cenls enph
CIAKKI'S .......0 .,
l.lyUEUHS ............# 36
SHKHHIKS .........@> :n ..
CHAMPAGNES .........#54
FINGCR BOW: S ........ W 86 .,
ALL METAL WHEELBARROWS
: TROM.Y MAKE SCUBXR CAPACIT*
Suilublr for Ititildcn mid (unlraclnr.
OMI S||.IO I'Mil
Foi Quntefl purpoaMg and otiivi li hi wofh
etna ruivi Um popular
GALVANISED "STRONGLITE"
BARROWS WITH RUBBER
TYRED WHEEL -
OMI S| |.:i-2 kvcii
HARRISONS
HARDWARE DEPT
Tel 2634
Tim i i m i< i r \ : i i. s: ||
litklfetotni .' lorda) evening'
sas MM iIckicc- Kahicnlieit In Ihr
hade Witi, Uttlo rlnd blowing
M| Meat was telt verv much
Ttie anil i "f Inboun i
MttO wie un-
loading flOUT from light) i
CMked ttuough but U*
Koiar intorvau between arorh lo
irehase a cool drink from u.
suby vendor who w i
ii.K the sitUStion
WhelKVI'l tin l.llnllK I
working In batehe. mi the wharl
ii. a hoi ilav .i ii'fn-.hiiicnl vendoi
an rogularl] in- Men in the
ielnlty Al this portkulai
a roaiini; trailc
Bkitisii ciiisrii. inu-i. pro
..... U........ni wi 11
ni be m totktwi afondni
3optemnor li ni bis pjn
lecture redtal on "J K Bach, Uw
i and hi- imi'ii < Hi Vfodni
da; BeoMmber is m itt.m "Th-
sinniiic Clats- Both will bi
n by Mm Bnld Rli I
$100 Contribution
THE CONTHimrTloN of Mi
s C. Oiwatudgo to Ihe ymim
Re'lef rund an wh* publlshel
reeterday ahould bare i (one hundred ooUnra) and not si.
The Mini of UM fund would there
i> have I'.- n $3R2
rot evetu
occasion
on Sale at the
Leadina StoteS
^WrWWrWrVV
DISIIIUTOS
on Jon.1 A Co. LlH
CHECK
THE MANY
USES OF
ZOTE
SPONGES
Bsse Training | jhp Master wai
V seful f-r Um
that lap up M
0g and hv
I siirr Spouclnewi lnklt
In the Home
rt Soft silky even-
Knights Drug Stores
Walking in quality with these out-
standing new numbers in Men's Footwear
"ASCOT" Brand
Men's Patent 3 Eyelet Ties
Tan & White Combination Cribsons
Men's Ginger Suede Monks
British Shoe Craftsmanship at its Best
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.
10. II, 12 & I) Hi'.11.1 Street.
BRIGHTER
LONGER
LIFE!!
buy IMJRALIFE
VI I O 11 \l I IHIIS-WIIH EBONITE SEPARATORS
tOIIITKSY t. All A 1.1
While Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTP.)
Dial 4391


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATTRDAV M I'll Mill I:
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
.
;
tULBCT I WALK
UP AND PCr-WN ,
THESE STEPS A
' HUNDC-ED TIMES
V A OAV
THE LONE
. ou oti'jfi p-ENTvf i (-or v*ow co1
.ONfnr cold ^(pNT*No/se pad
yal OfF.SH?

'WE GOT'A HURm,flOY5, IF EE TO J
iCATCrtJWAI GOtD TRMM ,.
JjfaW
K. O. (\V\0\ .
BY FRANK STRIKER
'it'-JHL> LOU" -P
ftARN Tne msh on ..' *' \
THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS
'Hi a a (*%%. i NHvf 'iii-.
"I u^rew^ that ovn virTO*g **v9
> i v c.. rvt must .:> v i
[ TNtM h,"5-i T-. t
LwfLCCMt CM*ai**(LLU
?MTAO-VOO TAltl TMJ ..-,*, I
LU-YOVHA*HTTlM
HA NOLI THf COSM!..V0U '
KNOW WHAT VOU'ffC TO DO. .J
BRINGING UP FATHER
K-X i.- ..: ^-.'SkiTrVS I
iSNJ9--UDTMr
*- M P|
~JJM- J
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
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OUT WHAT
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IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOOD* OP PTMT QUAUTY
Jtwausaskfoe
STRONG PEPPERMINT
LOZENGERS
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CALL IN
AND ARRANGE
FOR YOUR X'MAS
CALENDARS
A. S. BRYDEN k SONS .bakbados, LTD.
AGENTS.
AVOID THE HUSH 1
AIIVIMAT!, PRIMIMi
im.
LsfoMt
STRENGTH QUAiiIY
qtreesrmBuy
Rlatidnum;
HAS! IN CM INSIANS /(
rtWMD-MMD\
Mont foods M ... More profits out of this
modtrn Morris Commercial
wfmen
'M PENS OR
BAii-po/m.
TIm Ooldcn PIi!i elcgBOitfficleotm good > gold Nuael-Sllvrt' puth-oa'
mp. h-l!n:icld-d Bib And the V .. .-.. Hill :'- -J 1:.-
Pocll with Ingmlooa. piecinoo-tn.-J nriiinit pditM Tivtct
itM Oftrul ink->:apMiiy. tUnllt -t(;!td in a c"f> ktc. Both
Pro aod Iok-I'f nal arc arallablr in itii-ttiveculo jn.nJ BLadL
DIPBflHAWI
C. L. PITT, O.P.O. Bo* 246, Ui.Jgcldwn, B.itbad^.
lu'jie and heat un-J lit titc mr
mjdc tti> eio ache. *>ioughi on
lOChM I ,L.l I . >; Anrw .
Hi* pt.-Juciion oi ihji Momi-CoouncivAl 10 cwt. npmi dthverv im
n ihe outcome 01"careful rciearch Inioihe requimneoii of iridtr. itir..uvii
'ui ihc *orlJ. Their needt have been met without eKceptraci. It. icii.hiiir.
1- guiranieed by ihe honoured na
I.'-ad -ar-acity 150 cubic feet.
Onver's ^b fureii wrih abding doora.
Wide opening reau* door-, and low
loading line lave lime on collection
and deli very. Forward driving
control on anon wheelbaie chania
aimplhV. movement in traffic and
miairiiim time on even (ourney.
Left or right h.nJ drive
All Meel hodv
r U bean a Nurfkld product.
MORRIS COMMERCIA!
FORT ROYAL 1.A'! \.l LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole DUtributort Pbooe 4504
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PROTEQ YOUR EYES ,uk
Optrex
eye
EYE LOTION iGSCP
-^JV MAK TNII HIT
*^BS I Tne rim of the eye and inner
*?"J-' Vning should be heattdi nefTi
^^y colour Ifdrayararadarkn-
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SATtmOAY, si I'TIMBF.R , 1930
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE seven
CLASSIFIED ADS.
f.Oll ii\mi:m MM'IIIS
nn-nows im
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
UtlllH Kan BmhJav to IAN
TtlBuUOkt ILAZtt.WvXJD who l>
mm mi old loda*
Flam Mum D-d a Oranny
DIED
ar* invite*]
C. Arlev Farm**. Koacoe I
F.rmrr. C A rial
UIM W1MFHFI)
MbM M MMn>
Her funeral -Ui
den** ilu* MUhm
Woiburv Cni-"n
Seiben Lome
n.d Victor I-v
II ._
Up
THANKS
niiih i>.
tapreu our than*, and appreciation
hote who tenl realr.i. card*. lettei
ir Ml anv a> .ympalhited with
during the tad koaa oHiaonnl bv 11
danih of SUSAN A i,lHH*>
The Qlllus '.,.
IN Ml MO|;i \M
Of loving menial, of Al.flERTHA
BUSHIXI. who dird tth September 1MB
Real con... ..I lei.gin. though pains be
innr. m4 drM
The da> muat dawn. and dark awn*
night b* boat.
Faith',
i he -
And He.
r lha hr-ri .. i,e hoi
LN ever loving memory ot our daat
beloved rr nit her and gland mother
CTI1EI. IXJCISfc IIOLDEH who wai
ailed to real on the nth of Sept lfttt
We
thtn
i today
Lonely
For the- one we a
llaa forever been railed m)
We think of her in silence
No eye t-an r*e up wetrnk
But many Hern laara an died
When other* are leap
Ivan Holder mix Man* Grant, Iris
Dean*. Beryl BanfteM. Doriel llold-r
daughter.! Ifilt.ni Hanfleld (tan-In-
Uw> (ir<* Harold and PaUle ifran^
hildren a SOIn.
In loving memory of our dear beloved
Mother ELLA WAI.COTT lale of SI
ItavldV Chrlit Church who departed
nn September tth. IMt.
Mortal hanrt* have I tied to save her;
But -> and tear* were all In vain-
Happy Angela earn* and bore her
World at Brief and pain"
Adlna Be.1. LIshlfool'H Unr; Philip
Bet, Nr Seawell. Crtrnt Chtinh nhll-
reni 9.9-M- In.
FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
CM /HOUR M-W4 hi good wort
lr order Could fault he converted
t Henr.e Dl.il 4*mi f '.i 3n
One (ll Cheirolrt Trucii
I A I condition Apply C
ft Tudor St IHiil Ml*>
"tee power Au.tln V.n
ins order. Apply D
. Dial MM
30 S M II
FTRMTI'RK
TiT.Vt MA1IOOASY I1FJIKS. 3 A >
DRAWERS. Mahogany Dining Table
nil S or Marmflanp Marble tup wa>h-
.Mnd wLth tiled back. New kitchen
cahlnM with glara front 00. TS MA-
HOG ANV PRFSS Ompar1umi Mah"g-
.nv Couche. Dial JUT. II Arch'
. MM
Sn
LIVESTOCK
M-T"
COW One Holatetn Guernsey Cow
Heavy In Calf Produced M pint- mill'
!..' calf Apply to W Walton. School
Gr.p. Hlndibury M ** Michael
TO.SOIn.
COW On" Cuerrite,
i*ll auon. eecond call C
with Aral oil Apply I
Near wootlburne Plantain
HOKJtF. M.ro .mforl,.hl. tiding
tellable In draft 11a* Here Hnr-e Blood
Applv P. Clarke. Wllroi Plantation
Ch. Ch V Sn
MULES. CARTS, ar HARNESS I
mule., single ,,<* & harne B years
I "Grey mare1* riding- pony i'1, rear*
1 Jenny donkoy. n.ll-ble for Klrt-
Sedtfe Pond Plti. St Andrew
POfi.TKV While leihom.. trie- eon
.linn B-monih Cock end. U-mmith Pullet
Od I- ......Ittl Her.. 114 I-. :,,.,. al -,
MAMMOTH nKONF.K TUKataTVi
month> uM In trK Price rcnlm* K
nie. Alao a lew pulra of lorxl Modennn
All Pure-Bred from PiHawinnlna Rtock
HIFAHN, Garrlton. Dial MIT.
It * 3n
MISCELLANEOUS
BtKtKS Second Hand Chiefly
Medical Veterinary Historical and
Travel Phone 114* 9. SOOn
Do not lot tho -Flu" *"! you durlns
I bit weather rskr OHAI-VA Antl ''old and Influrnrn
Tldileta Knldhfa IJd 1 SB3n
ncSALOT
received Call
Price* Remember Ihln li n
to plant JOHN D TAYTX1R A
Ltd Roabtick SUeet Dial 44M
r. ill n( Moth* by ualnc 'OIXV"
Moth Killer Price iBc. boa Obtainable-
ai Knlhf Ltd >
MOTOR l-AUNCH On* l*uneh wltl
Brit Marine enlne B ft lona-. dee!
bound Apply K. Corbln. Co B dm
Turf Club. 9 SO3>i
"MUJOL. atda In the relief of conttl-"
tia'lorv and * laateleaa and ai>">'uiei
pure Ttr a bottle today KnlBht'i
I4d T Sd-Jn
A frer* hlpnien
nf thla delleloul parkadOd Coffee ha.
luat arrived and It in ^Our oroceri
hand. -*>
RECORD A1JIUMS for It-Inch and for
ij.inrh and carrrln* eaaea for lO-li
-ecoedi *nd wo hove the record-
A ttARNTS A CO I TT
IM III U \0 I II I >
NOTICE
TCNnrHS are inviled for the IH-f
CtMM bf a iiumbor of Caauarina ar-r
Fl-inbus-nl Trea* al St Joaeph Paml
Ourch Fa: further Partu-ulafi. apl
U. the Hector, or Church Warden of Si
Joaoph Parian
A A B l.Ul
Clerk. St Joaopht V*ati>
T Mn.
NOTICE
"I-" or t i hi:
Clarke's Gap U underajoinf irp.ui-
By order of tho CornmkaSnwera.
> H CKAI I t-,.>M
ln-prctoe of II...^
*l Pete.
NOTICE
SUGAK CANE CENSUS ACT. 1937-31
Planters are? reminded that, under the Sugar Cne Ccruus Art.
1937-31. every cultivator of more than 10 acres of land is required,
during the month of September to make a return to the Director of
Agriculture of the acreage of sugar cane h expects to reap during
the ensuing crop.
2. The necessary form of return may be obtained on application
to the Department of Agik-ultut.
5 a.so- ta
KWncy Trouble Causes
Backache, Gelling Up Nights
WATCHES -A now i
Ladle* and Oontt II Jewel
alto elht-dOy ttrlkins
f'LARKX. Jeweller Jam
VAWI^-"Froptdo- appro. >, l*i
long wllh Gray Marine ecrm- "^
condlllon eS.tOB a bamaln App.-
J R Rdwaodi Phono nr ___
FOR RENT
r know
-I..11. IM'l'lli AbaUt I 1.11 KAI
BANK
APPLICATIONS f.n the pi.x aj| Man
aicr of the Sudar Induatn. Amcultura:
Hank, which will become vacant on i.t
Novrrnkrr next will be recotved by the
uivderilfned on or before ISth Sepf mbcr
90S.
1 AjBttt tati aaWMll BjaV
irrtire and eaperlene* of ox
a ounil leneral education
nol exeed lort)-el|ht year* latt birth
day. and qualilWatUmt
4 Salary T*0 per aiiniun raatng b.
I wo annual increment of CM |o CSH
3 The iirrcaafui candldal* to inum.
outlet on IM November. IMA. and M
will be requiied to retire at Ihe ae of
BS yeoii
A L. BAILEY.
MaaafM
Sugar InduMrv Alrlculluial Bank
Mir. AuaTuat. I960
Tuesday
PUBLIC MALES
REAL I-STATE
AMONGST the
Monde? nr
Auto cycle
v A Scott. Auction.
will be a New
>9 SOJn
RV Im
umlev Carter. I will iel up for aaLr by
PMbllc Auctron on Thuradav ne*t th"
Ith September at I p m .,n the ,pol
Uelneld Ijind Serllemci.i. hi. double
lofed bout* ID 10. and W 11 II, Will
ntet-'oilet A bath Torn. Coth
D'Arey A Scotl. Awlioneer
99 ssan.
ON Friday bext Ihe 15th Scpurmh-.
it I p m I will tot up tor aale at aw>
rfrice MaBafu I-anr the tOllOWlnCr
One I Seiter Rockne. One Ford Von.
ird ona Auttin Car Terrna Caah
D-Arcv A Scotl. Auctioneer
9 SO3n
RI'NGAl/>n <> BbK-k
nil a I.0O9 3 H. of la id Sllualed
having ual<
VpPlv i Alleyne
Lodse. Wotlhlrut T ? M n
HOUSECRAFT CENTRE. BAY STREET.
The followirijg programme of Da\ and Evening Classes will open
at the Housecraft Centre Bay Street, from Monda> 18th September
to 1st December. 1950
Monday 10 00 A.M.12 00 noonCake s> pastry roasing
Simple dress cutting aiul
sewing (term 2).
2 00 P.al 4.00 I'M Advanced dressmaking
4 30 P.M.-- 6.30 P.M Tasty dishes table
lariraf.
Rug making.
10.00 AM. 12.00 noonCocktail Snacks.
Elementary dressmsk-
Ing.
2 00 P.M. 4 00 P.M.Salads It desserts.
4.80 P.M. 6 30 P.M. -Cake and pastry making
Elementary Pattern
Drafting
WYdiir-sduy ., 10.00 AM. 12.00 noonGirls' First Cookery
Course.
Home Nursing.
2.00 P.M. 4.00 P.M -Variety Dishes.
Simple Dressmaking.
4.30 P.M 6 30 P.M.Caribbean Cookery
Advanced Dressmaking
rtiundatf 10.00 A.M.12.00 noonAdvanced coukery h
table laying.
2.00 P.M. 4.00 P.M.Buttering.
Elementary Handicrafts.
4.30 P.M.- 6 30 P.M.-Elementary Cake Icing.
Advanced Handicrafts
10.00 AM 12.00. noon -Advanced Handicrafts
2.00 P.M- 4 00 P.MCake & pastry making
4 30 PM 6 30 P.M.Salads a desserts.
Simple Dressmaking.
Registration for all classes must be made in person, and will tak"
place at the Housecraft Centre between 10 00 AM. and 12 00 noon.
and between 2.00 I'M and 5.00 P.M. from Wednesday 13th September
to Friday, 15th September, inclusive.
Fees must be paid in atlparice for the tern., at the time of regis-
tering.
5/- for each course in Sewii.c. Pattern Drafting, Home Nursing.
Rugmaklrg, and Handicrafts.
10/0 for each course in atria* First Cookery Course.
13/- for eath course in Cake a Pastry Making, Cake Icing. Variety
and Tasty dishes. Caribbean Cookery. Salads ;md Desserts. Buttering,
Advanced Cookery, and Cocktail Snacks.
2/- will be refunded at the end of the term to all students who
attend 75* of their classes. .1 ..602n
Nlflhla, .,
ri-oa. llacka. he. Leg Paint Swell.., Ankl..
Rheununi.n. Rur-ln* Fomom, Eioaea
"*?roar^ilnte"K'd^''T ""'
Hrora fooda ad dilnha. worry. roMi M
aad place a hrat> -train urn jaiii LU.____
ao IbBI tay f,i-n* poorI) ar-l nec-t help
, health attd awerst
Htta Khrineys Doc far Way
Mane do fort hate dl*co*ered h> *rUn.
JlSc clinical teal, and in ootOOJ ,..,,,
Ihai a aulch and euro way to h-ln ih- MM-
KfO etoon out aicoaa polaent and a-M. I-
eiU a eel*i.tin.ally prepared preacrlpika
No le-efit No Pay
Owlekb (hit r. -
Cyst ex i
Tb# ..,...,,.,. t... RHIUMATIS14
I.O\ I H\tllM \Ollt I
Sir Frederick
Gowland
Hopkins
TKNDKRS K(1R TIIK St'PPl.V OK
I.Kill Ml PROVISIONS
Tenders ate inviled for the supply of igroutul (m>\ i.u.ii. (Off I'"'
three month* beginning on Ihe UI of October. I9S0, lo the following
Govrnment nepartmenti
Glendalry rrl*n: Sweet |...|.itoe.ipproximatelv 9.1W0 lbs. a
ll Hie
Friday
SEVEN aeparaie parcel t of land bi
ta Pailah of Sabit Andrew belon|lmi
- the Eata'e of the lale Mr A H
*Mrr and lotalllna about M Acraa
For full partlrulaia apply to Mr fl*
i Inoram, Tumert Hall. 91 Andrew
9.9 aOan
lllea Alan
I'lli 11 KRTIRSChattel Ht
louse Spot.. In dood lor
Imiwhnlfl furniture at Pal____
ISHMAEL. Aucltoneer. Baxter- Rood
"al 1044 *. in
The underileni-d will be art up for aale
then- Office No: IT With Street.
Hridmicwn. on Friday, the Hnd da* of
"Dleniber If*) Ihe SiuTar Wnr*. Plnn-
CANK VAIJt and MAXWinjJI. Christ
hunh. coDIalnlna together by eatlm.-i.
n" \M A'TUW
ACUFArfB In Plant Can*. Mfe
Acre.
ACHFAC.F. in Ralooni 3S AcT0
AC'HEAC.r: in Preparation Jflvj
Acrer
tore will alro bo told With the raid
Plantalkmi. On- Oode Motor U.rry, )
Milch Cows. I Mule and I small 1-wheel-
ed Cart
For further particular* and rondlllont
of aale appl* to the tinder*ii;iird
COTTir. CATFORD ft CO.
S JO- 13ll
FOR SALK HO IS IS
I Endeavour at llnrft Gap Con-
"lllof.ii acre of land and hour
which has open Verandah. Drawing *
Dining roomt. 1 Dedrooma, Kitchen ee
~ o C 1.100 (Twelve hundred pound.i
PROPERTIES FOR SAM.
I' Propert/ al Pino Rood ConalaV
a houae which hat clcned Oallerv.
iwlng and Dining roornri. 3 Bedroom*
chrn. Sanitary ananlementt. (larag.
I Ihe land ll atandi on Price
.400. 'Fourteen hundred poundtl.
H Propeilr called Mlrpah at Bol-
nl Rood mnalatlng of n good houae
1', i.
allractlvi
i which

Properly al Ihe Ivy Road, frtc*
700 OS (Seven hundred dollar.)
Property al Mr I-ord'a Hill con-
dallng of ill rood IH porohoa of lopd
double-roofed house Pnce S0n
Pmnerty at School Rotl. Car*
ringlnn Village Price SI.100 oT)
iTi Properlr at Falrfleld. Dlark
Hock Price 400 00
igt Properl* al Codrlnonon HIH
.hich conslili of a tlon* home which
...i open Verandah Drawing A. Dm-
nf roorns. 1 Bodrooma. Waler Tolh-I
>nd Bath. Kllrben. Pine floor <.-1m>-
ure roof and enough land for Kitchen
and flower satden. Price Cl.tOO (Fottr-
leen hundred pnundu
flood be-lde the main road It has 7
tool, each 11 b 10 Price |1 S00 00
And Several Other.
For partlrulara apply to D'atry A
Scotl M.ig.irir,c Lon*.
WA1VTEH
HELP
HOOK-KKEITH. For onVr Hour*
rom 10 to 4 Blal* age and prevtout
penance Apply to P.O. Po*
HICVCIJ-. REPAlRFJt ErTlelent ba
Wheaf Building C H Marahall.
gineering WoiKi. llr Roefouck St
t.t.aa -en.
ami Reliable g.il for Office, capable
of oitltllng In bookkeeping Appt' lo
writing giving erpcrlrr>ce and reference!
Fort I'oval (inrage Lid P Q lux
131. Bridgetown is SO?n.
1ABV RECEPTIOS1ST.
Hotel
Ith know ledge of
HOUSES
iwra.MNn mirsE Oweiiing Hou
|1 Small Town. Si John, recent 1
renovated Klecirlc light an I waler
[ mllea from Indue School Apply O
I. Bethcll. JAR tt-.erle.
f 5ft In
SPACIOUS OFF1CF.
uppoille D M Sirna-iin
further pnrllriii
hlnaon a Co Dial 4484
Ha*
-ii
mi MOOR ;...,. '. ... V.mr.
Drawing. Dint w c

rta ..;k : i gas Ml 1 J.-. .
A Mllllnglnn.
nppoalle Dover g.l.H
TAVOIJN Be.-irhmont
September onward-, monthly or olhei
itc. 3 double bedroom with urg
Slmmoni bedttead*. chlldren'i room, dli
big room and lounge Refrigerator, gai
age. servant'* toon, AppN
17 8 10t f i
MISCELLANEOUS
PUPn* Adult* and
**n SPAnTtSH com
I,..,, DAY SAd NinilT
UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS
SYNDICATE SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION
IN BARBADOS.
The Head Teachers of Private Schools who wish to enter candi-
dates for Ihe Cambridge School-Certificate examination in December
1951 should ask for an appointment with the Director of Education.
Barbados, before 16th September 1930, if they have not already
registered their schools with the Department of Education.
Registered Private Schools will be eligible to enter candidate.';
for the Cambridge School Certificate examination if they are approved
by tho Director of Education. Barbados.
Failure to register and to obtain approval will mean that the
ihool can enter candidates for the examination only as Private Candi-
dates and the regulations for Private Candidates are given Ivelow
Regulations for Private Candidates.
1. Private Candidate!: can be atx.>,*. School Certificate Examination only if they have passed a Qualifying
Test to be held on the morning of Saturday, 6th January, 1951.
2. The Qualifying Test will consist of (a) a paper of 2^ hours.
similar to the School Certificate English Lanttuuge paper, though of
a slightly lower standard, and ib> a paper In Arithmetic on the
syllabus for the Overseas Junior School Certtllcate Examination.
Further details may be obtained from ihe Department of Education.
Barbados.
3. The following pUpUa may not tOtaf for the Qualifying Test In
January, 1951:
(I) Full time pupils of CJovcrnment Aided Secondary Schools,
(li) Full time pupils of l*rivate Schools, registered and ap*
proved by the Director of Education, Barbados.
(Hi) Candidates who already hold a School Certificate or an
Overseas Junior School Certificate.
(lv) Candidates who will be taking the School Certificate Ex-
amination in December 1950.
(v) Candidates who will be taking the Oversea Junior
School Certificate in December 1950
4. Private Candidates must submit their applications to enter
for the Qualifying Test to the Director of Education, Barbados, by
15th October 1950 on the prescribed form- .iv.ul.iliti from the Depart-
ment of Education, The Garrison. St. Michael.
Department of Education,
4th September, 1S50. 0.9.502n.
An from Monday. 11th September. 1950. Mayers Road St. Michael.
ill be closed to through traffic until further notice for the purpose
of laying a water main
S 9.50In.
BARBADOS EVENING INSTITUTE
Classes which have been held at Harrison College during the
past term will continue with the same students and will begin on
Monday, 18th September. 1930.
Department of Education.
7th September, 1950 9.9 50In.
WIRELEB8 LICENCES
The public are reminded that Radio Distribution Receiver Licences
must be renewed during September Renewal is effected by present-
ing the licences at the Public Treasury and by paying Into the Treasury
the renewal fee of $1.20
All those persons who have not renewed their Wireless Broadcast
Receiver Licences (which should have been renewed In August)
should do so immediately The renewal fee for the Licences is $2.40.
9.9 502n.
TENDER FOR MOTOR TRUCK
Tenders are invited for the purchase of a Ford V-8 5-ton Motoi
Truck 1945 model
2 This Truck can be seen at the Pine Plantation any week dav
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m or on Saturdays betweer
the hours of 9.00 a.m and 11.00 am
3. Tenders should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture
Department of Agriculture, and should reach the office not later than
4.00 p.m. on Friday the ISth September, 1950.
9.1. 50 2n
pris.
I governed by the n
be delivered iwue an
proportionate amounts
!., |
Mental lloaplui
Sweet potatoesapproximately VO00 lbs. a
week, to be delivered at the Mental M<> ii'.il
twice weekly in proportionate amounts.
Yamsas available.
Eddoes- as available
Sweet [Htatoeeapproximately 400 lbs. a
week, orlivered twice weekly as ordered.
Yamsa ; available.
Eddoes as available
Breadfruitas available
2. Tenders should show the price per 100 lbs at which Mefa >f
the abovemenlioned commoditic will be delivered at the institution
concerned during each month of the period from the 1st of OetOhM
to the 31st of December. 1950
3. Tenders should be forwarded in arilrd rnvrlopea address
to the Colonial Secretary (and nol to any officer by name) so as
reach the Colonial Secretary** "(lice not later than 4 p.m. on \\ .
day the 20th of September, 1951. The envelopes should be clearly
marked"Tenders for ground provisions".
4. Further information is ubtainuble from the I'rison. the Mrntal
Hospital and the Lazaretto.
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any fender.
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THE application of Rutu. A Maugh I
holder of Liquor Ucenao No T1 ot
ISM f..r prenJee. m double roIed
board nd ahinglc *hop al Twerdtid-
Road W Michael fur permlaaKoi to
uld IJquor IJcenaa al premlte* vU
Bottom floor of a I atonad trulldlng >'
Eagle Hall M. Michael
Dated thlt Kh day of ptaawbar 1*W.
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day the lath day of flopton>ber IN* at
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mtolmtiammJ lUe themittry ./
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w* Iri w ifcr Jts.ortry of
FifssUru. Al ita- (urn o/ d*
wa.fy H^pkms mmmoM M
misHxg 4 vitally tmpoitsr.t
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*mry b4M went far to explain
gW fffWA.rr of Aaie Mf-
M-saj aawasanaV. oWfro*w FueAe, memtk tM si* PMwn'iy mfy of pure fniriru, fats mi tswiehfieoma (lUuhy faM), mi bj
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I'M.I 111.II.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. UM
W.Indies Win Over
Minor Counties
Bum >' Sleuth Howling Attack
MINOR COUNTIES 106 and 3)2
WEST INDIES f/o. 5 wkls. dec.) 425
NORWICH N rtolk. Sept. B
The '.' I mMiMI from the
fora -iinini! by
mno ii'u vfii runs The Minor Counties' remaining
lour u rum and they were all cut
111
W .1. Play Final
Game To-day

il D. G

borougn When Ihl

Indian cricket took hack-
on an i>: fu
Is

performance* arhi-
untouched hM many M |
l i

1
tnnvr by
.hi In -
mi n *Mdl
ft
i
,.,.'
I-
I .
All these and
kin
vour *ti
i '
.MiiiHirjblr
1
by the m< Ich against
XI al
' I
b
Mab i.

admission on their next %'lslt to
England in 1928
W.I I U

this tjnii again
. .' Kl
aU-Englai I
i

Wit* rhlUI'-- play, and U
Mini .pa"
and N
___^_-_^____ lt.inci1-
' Tor
t ar 11 h
i .ni.it-
. ..



f hanpy mem-
(ll tlltO
1
I
< .lulin nl
the otr
ind Di-
i'h.i. ami had put n II riUU for
kei by Thursday's
iee added 6s
mon run* in 70
11 I
nitmiiruc beftirt/

;iit*hl oft a oe-

MvadM complct-
*t an
m IncUrrting 7
jU -lid 1 MX.
ITDwing

.,wlrd
niddlc stump b\
. man for
M.
rams jokes
UN dnv with the
IT
Uiveeha. an Oxford B

Jonta took three foe 2t todav,
it not until Sli.MiiM'vM called on
tubborn laat pair. Banriglar and
..Mil.i*. nparMaa Thi
C . 7 I, .,
hefore lunch
Score*
-i -.two* IBT DXNLM.s 1 .
U'sJCT IMHI- isl mNDMM
2* for 1 IWl.r*.!
I I' I'......
Mittens,

Bethel Vs.
"Illustrious"
MATCH DRAWN
A one-dav match at
CUllodM (load. enoVo In a limi
draw The game commenced at
On Monday 1th Septem-
Pper Erskip.
MM on a perfet' anfcsnrl
-. d to bat and scored 47
i Howard top*cor*d with
II Bowline tor the Illustrious,
H Harding and II Robinson took
n.l 1 fur 0 respectively
The niuirian- replied with "
rum of which W Hall and T.
d 21 and M respec-
ttveb Howling for Bethel's XI
K Simmon*. T Whit- and F.
Kirton took fin ?V H fin 11 and
H..Uiiis a
second time Bethel scored 10;?
runs for the lors of 5 wickets At
thi period, Skipper Simmon*
declared Ins innings cloned. T
White E Simmon* and K Bint
mon* of Bethel made 1. 27 anil
22 respectively Bowling for the
- K UnxiH and E
took 1 for 45 and 2 for
2 respectively However, the
lllu.-tn.iM ucre given go runa to
make for victory in 30 minute*
and ut the end uf the d
scored 46 for 5, of which W Bill
: with 30 Rowling for
Mhel F Simmons and K Stm-
monii took 3 for 8 and I for 28
lively.
I.umli
First
t Stnilms'-rt h Jo.
BOWUNa ANALYSIS
I
ol
nd's tend-
o. r*Ni i- bal sm an
bact In 1 19 runs.
Tha i.i'
. ho took .
self to 1*
' :.
tenifyinr leap
I i
waa puaaesM'd or almo I-
len enet
"Engljiml raallj bad a .scare,'"
the crlcketn tohl me. "and we
d i" see the
hunt folnj on t., flnd tha next
batsman to go in An.) tl.i run.
were got with No, at U>
i..-une* have al*.
'idnl dean, keen cricket, .mil io-
day's flxtui. .,,
Combfriiitr*' Beal
St. Augustus
COMBERMERF ScbOOj defeated
St Auru tM |q their
.ne day on<- bnaliupi enrket niatcn
i kAOl oi Tlturaday. Com-
and
Ai:fiii8tus 87.

Teams For
To-day's
Game
MiON. Sept. 1
km ing eleven will plav
i
team ap run *T I [ndtoi la
the n ab h bt Binning tomorrow
'. W I
.....i. i) .1 iBaoU
B C onfflth (Bua exl
ti*r), M
i ..t'. Lowsoi
i. i. Tom OnvtMy
filoucesterHhire), Lester (York-
blra), Oladwln (Dai
Walan (LekeatorahlPt), and ivit-
baid (Warwickshtrel
W.I. Team
. i will lead tne
In UM Uur
match of the Tour
H I) c; LovaaoB m
t Scarborough to-morrow.
indanoing
leatrnent in London for his knee
is ,i rlmiliiful st.irter and 1 not ln-
Itldod ;iinont: the 12 players
m wii: ix- obonan fron,
Stnllmeyer. Chrisliaiu. (iomci.
Johnson, Jonei,. Marshall, Rae.
Kamadhln, Treatrall, Valentine,
n i
-v. i,..iii fna-day
Kturoi v ill bt played boiorc tta^
La on Si purnbar 22 Thc>-
.....'< 'uiiiherUnd ;uid
:'! side at Carlisle on
il meet an Elder
,nri Fyffe rid* on the MMh
Rr liter
three of thru
niekota for eight rUBJ and Gibsoa
[ot 24.
'i with .1
Si Augustus. BocfckM and
M
pnnkrs, each ti">k tout irteMi
r 28 and 13 runs respectively.
Ladies To
Play Polo
For the llrst Unta in the history
of Barbados, and perhaps in the
West Indie*, ladle* ptuid Poll
on Mondny afternoon The names
were uaturalK very slow as very
fl a t tha h' ISM or their lovely
i uteri, had ever played before, but
i of this however, there
was definite evidence that with i
little practice some of the girl
would he good enough to plav m
tin TCKiiliir club games. Miss
Diana Hawkins and Miss K.
Parker can both hit a good ball on
the gallop, and it will not be sur-
paislng if those two young ladle*
piny In some of the Club matches
hefore the season ends. There
"ere no Club game* on Wednes-
Kl the ground being too
"ei from the rains nt the dav
before. o it is hoped that weather
-mi be kind to players this nfVr-
Seen during, the week on
the Savannah schooling their new
I i were Dr Emtnge and Mr
Hra-ishsw
Fair Is Ofx-n
Frosa r.' 4
The grimmest stand , one be-
*ong>a to the Infestation Control
Division of the Ministry of Agri-
culture ami Fbmenes Here, pro-
pie gared m fascmated hoiTor at
graphic illusirHt.vns of In glass cases were shelve*
with mouldering loud left on UVm.
and real mice scurrying about 1 a-
neath There was a refuse bin
with two huge rats nearby, imd a
film show elaborating the unpleas-
ant theme. As if this were not
OH >igh there were enlargements
ot mill moths, meal worms, boon
and biscuit beetle
tnou* visitors as the Pharaoh's
Ant and the Oriental cockroach.
In hastpv contrast was the stand
. two enormous cellophane
eggs, rilled with day-old fluffy
yellow .-hicks, bul th s was as
notrhBsgj lompared to twenty-
(our pink, green purple, scarlet
nd blue chicks They lime this
briliiimt plumage, as soon as the
feathers grow, and the method
ting eggs prior to hatch*
ing, a a Danish send
The Fair's emphasis is on clean-
liness and hygiene, and of neces-
sity, much of the exhibited food
was canned r\n exlrj-lu/,. peo-
ple there were even self-healing
cans, to save them the trouble of
using a sauce-pan
One of the most interesting
i gadgets on sale was a miniature
automatic fan. operated by hand,
which is small enough to tuck into
handbag.
This is possibly the firs! Fair
io produce a catalogue which will
g<> on being useful after the shout-
ing has died down. It is also a
Cookery Book, and an extremely
good one. One section is devoted
entirely to recipes from Australia.
many of which are new to British
eyes.
The average British housewife
ha.s probably faded to realise how
ny things have gradually re-
turned to (he shops. This fair will
do more than anything else to
bow hei that things are not quite
bad as they sometimes seem
There were no luscious hams on
display, but one meat pie and saus-
stand. surmounted by an enor-
is stuffed pig's head, had the
most eye-catching attendants at
the fair. They were extremelj
Cricket Results
LONDON. Sept 8.
' nTaatlnm the Under Thirty-
WW beat the Over Thirty-twos
l six wkhcu
Under Thirty-twos. |,t |,lin,
fl2 for H declared. Dodfi. BJ <-,,
fl. Jenkins <; Second Inning*
17 for 4 Perks 4 fur 28.
(v., Thirty-two?. First Innings.
tan. f. Dnvls not out 107. Tattereeb
B for 4.V Second Innings, 238 F
:\ PnlmtT not out 71
At Scarborough, the South beat
i - Nortli by 3 .v n keti
North 288 for 7 declareil. lluttoo
H Konyon 11, Bacond im.mis
MB fm B daclarcd, Hutton 8T
I M OUt 78 *Vuth 24 IdV
- declared. In-oV 84 Second
Innings 251 for 7. Flshlork S7.
Tom Graveney 57
Reuter
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
a.i-n. M V Blue
Sex lAuaalfMw. s.-
st* n.m. n

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H V Ai-ei '.. k Sal ton. Ml
rt IiniKtaH
Brhnnnst T-rUfcp DmT i. (oil,
tie. Vlna-nit
W V T n Hadar IIS too.
Cip* Arr-rtibiHd (r fS Lucu
SEAWELL
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;. Chan
Jakn O-
I Dtak
url LmI. Cad kin UsaMa. UUa
Dr i ..i-r- Naaaiila I
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Ships In Touch With
Barbados I oasrni Station
iiiii a w
L'O idvur
thai
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Colalla
M\IUI .Tl*
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W,.T|.,
$S BrfHi HIM.
I4r (tola SS r->rriua*1 l Bi .i.li
S S Trlan.i/ii. B ft FDrt Amdcr.l. S S
Moimacland. K Thalma IV M *
Car.lb. a S GuaatokHipa. S S N O
Raganaa. 8 a Ulyaaaa. 8 S B*n^a
" Daepia. B Clara. % S Murmic ,
MM*. B CapetankaN. * Luciana*
t*. 8 s Loncwoad. 8 8 Aaiakun.
Thalk-anua a 8 Pasta. 8 8 |
Fonlibaroado'lF. B 8 Sp<.
DngNi. B S Vhii.o. 8 S Cuiaad Or I
Cat ISM. S 8 World Frata. 8 8 laid)
Boenaj-. S |an, 8S Si-.r.a. s S
Al..-. Pi.*rlm. 8 8 Cam. 8 8 8 Vailno.
S 8 Ubaldo 8 B 8 C'a'allna. 8 8
Urarioai. 8 S Artstoa. 8 8 Uoimaettal.
S 8 Mnrmarmar. ft 8 Brlnioii LvkM.
P aad T atatsrar. 8 8. The
Cttana. 8 8 Oulf V-rWir n gclanftaia
n-awiu. m
MII'XIIIIMIsRi l-l VI
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OeonW Boban. OrUnd Campbell. Elu
aaalti Caa>baU Khiabrit. Ca...pl-.|l
irland L'ampbrll. Ralph Hoard UL.r
McDowall Olad Commlna. HrtK
i;rHTIlh Laon Millar. Boat Wed>,
Biddall. Ian Michmon' Mari<
OBS. tk>L,BUi GUI. SI Clalr Mon laon.
" Mululph Jickmoi. Daehna JacHragn
J'-kn Do. Rarnca. Chrlitophar 4lf<4
1 .. I......- ii (11 I ANA:
."larwr Aniaar. Ua-
l*lla Sloan, Laula Gillan-. KoalU
.-um.. Mildrarl Pulli-n. William futlafi
Chaik-a Mjnmrta Er^- Ta>loi. Dam-
Dorn MarKermr KnM Nirhall*
Nochnll. Lou,. Balsravr Baail
Wog Vhawal Won. Plan. Wiilam.
Ann.. Worm. Nallie Savmour. atev.
P-tar Oubi
tar ASTKil A
Marlona Phillip, galhar I'.lanm.
aarotl i> fl
)nhn Ckar-
'.r U8SNADA:
Halpin Phillip. Jaan Okadan. Ktrol
Btfacaaaa. inku st.athan. Lnu Bro-
man Waritn Thorpa. I
.......m ejtsti :.
r-r BAM iis
Hilda Hiilaon. GusUs >Mman. OMa.
HM H.rnaa. Barnard IU}nr>. Euabaca
Millar
'MCA
Robarl Orras tM ll-ki' Bkd-
v,...th
BREATHE
FREELY.,
CAItY POCKJT.MANDVV ' ih yool f
AriytDnr your now kid* stuff v 1 i.iLoU.awhi(f *A
or two gives >ou cool, clear ung insianily. "J
It's srnall hut r-Jr*cd uh r ...u\v nasal medi-
cation So pb"'-tit' Ard Vkks Inhaler is safe to
use as often as > ouplca.se. ^
VICKS ltJHB\a.Ilt
KM1MKE Mai. & Night Daily
ve yuong women dressed
t inappropriately in high-heel-
ed black shoes, brief black shorts,
and white waistcoats. Over this
they wore ankle-length net skirt!,
and carried batons. We felt, un-
kindly, that they would have been
more suitably clothed as piglet* '
ffltarine
fKotel
BAILE ESPECIAL PARA LOS
TURISTAS VENEZOLANOS EN
BARBADOS.
9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1950.
DE
9 P.M. 2 A.M.
PREMIOS ATRACTIVOS
Riflp Shooting
.'',,!' n ars Mlad to n < ibu
Uisrs vm|| be pratiice of the
Small Bnro Rule Club lu.l:iv ShI-
"clay 9th. 1950
Reds Attack
rroui i .lire I
Communist UasMg on all
itnta In the 24 hours up to noon
today were officially estimated al
3.100 killed and wounded, ann
1 captured.
Solid clouds .uid rain crippled
iiited Nations a r strikes this
morning, though the weather
ired this afternoon and al-
ed lighters mid tighter bombers
to resume their support of ground
troops.
An air communique said tha'
Amtr can H 2 Superfortress
bomberi attacked a magnesium
I rail centra at Songjln
i>l the east coa'rt peninsula
Vice Admiral C. T Joy. Com-
iMaiider ot the U. N fleet an-
Ihal his forcrs sank 15
North Kuicni irBBBell yesterday
.mil the day before
Korean IsWfln" I
red Ibnp ff ti-,
.-.
nooncerl Reater.
Thcyll Do It Every Time
KnOWS THE HEEL
BOyS-THEy kTEEP
UP A CQHTiHUAL
ATTACK FROr/
THE REAR
By Jimmy Hatlo
^UT LET .WONE
COME WITHJM
200 YARDS OF
THEM-WOVV.1
MUPPERll
HEy.1
TAKE r.
EASYl LAY
OPPi WHAT'SA
B\6 \0EAV.
^*ba'^7.i>.
ieart Trouble
lujed by High
lood Pressure
oa turnjNUaa aeseal uta bon
Hoa, sliriaaaa,Tiidach.
i -. k sf raad aai abort eras
aaa a* tvaata, faa. aae>T, r .:
m (um paor slaap, liaa af *"..,
Hi nariT. Infllfasi 'i. SFaaTr a-
-, r*u' irji.i la probablr eaaaad .
t tlti* Blood Praaaura. Bj 1. .
:>iiarlou* dlaaaaa Ibai mm awi
aths thsa asaoar, aaaaaaa th<
aShSBfJ ar. ao tomirM and BBBBlh
Jian tar soraa alaipla altssaat. I
u auftar from anr at Ibaaa ymp-
isa. rou> ll'a may ba aadaaaatad $r
Iran Troubla or a saralyuo atroka
>.d you ' url itn traalmaal al
a. Ttao in* Bret doaa of Nam
f.rmarlr known aa Hrn-.>. ,,.
i-tloal 4laro.ary. rodueaa Hl|k Stood
:-;( and ti xkaa ycu '-: run
oungor tn a faw days. Oat Nam
'rom raajr cliambM todar li U gnar-
.nlaad la maXa *ou fa.I w.llT-.nS
iront o' ...) M.. aa ratura ay
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