Srplrmhrr I (i
U.N. FORCES 10 MILES FROM SEOUL
Only A Miracle
Can Save But I in's
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Sept 15
"1 T'S now painfully clear nothing short of a minor'
miracle can avert the collapse of Butlin's
(Bahamas)," says the 'Financial Times' in a leader
this morning It adds: "No doubt it is easy to be;
wise after the event; but it is not unreasonable to
expect a certain amount of wisdom to be displayed
before the event."
And their city diarist says: "I think one must Inki- it .ha'
there's K>nti to be a wreck T it s> i tti d
RaVe o fortnight's grace before th" hailiffs step In "
LONDON. September 15.
The House of Commons today
passed a bill extending military
conscription in Britain from 18
month* to 2 years The second
leading agreement in principle
Bind third read. ikfinal ap-
provalwere botli agreed to with-
out vote. "
The Opposition had already
announced us support of the ex-
tension in the thiee days' emer-
tttney debate, which ended last
The Bill now goes to the Lords
or Monday and will become law
on receiving formal Royal absent.
War Minister Strachey gave
the assurance thai even before the
1953 period, conscription would be
reviewed if the international sltu-
otlon permitted and volunteer*
"We should like that period lo
le decreased, the international
situation permitting, and If pos-
sible abolished altogether." h
said. But prospects were "not
Straehey also said the British
force which was about to go to
Korea would be composed mainly
of regulars, though conscript*
would be IncludedRenter
B going to put up EltOu,-
000 at this stage when half of
that money is immediately to Ik-
used to pay off existing end tors'*"
What hopes, he asks, have
prefer ice shareholders of savin;
any of their original -take*'.'
Preciou" little, as I see it
eompanuiB would i; l>e
[hal assot~ command theii
iihic only M .i ti tl| cn-ei I
t's difficult to believe that there
fill be very active bidding for
id on a lone y island
though I suppoe thet some of the
I will fetch something"
ho Da"u T. l.-uraph City Edi-
ter comments; "It must seem odd
to shareholders that a:' Butlm
Intending to back the project
with n.rPO.OOO worth of properly.
rl not able to raise the money
it for ass by the company
It must seem unfortunate too
have I eeti made at a
i H the fate of the grand
Bahama project is so nearly
WASHINGTON. Sept. 15.
The House of Representatives
Armed Services Committee to-di
approved legislation to permit
General George C Marshall to
serve as Secretary of Defence
The vote was 18 to 7 The Senat.
Armed Services Committee had
previously approved the legisla-
Opposing votes in the House
Committee were cast by Republi-
cans. The Senate and House were
expected to act quickly on the
LIEUTENANT PILOT Erie
Michael Welch. li.M D.F.C.. ol
the Royal Navy was killed during
a flying display on Thursday.
Lieutenant Welch was flying a
a Uatrnet. a single tester plane
when he crashed at Lee-on-Solent.
Cadets tram the Argentine
training ship La Argentina were
watching the display.
Lieutenant Welch was the son
of Mr. & Mrs. Oswald Welch of
Southshore. Blackpool. Lancashire.
He was also the husband of one
oi the daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Fielding of St Law-
Mrs. Welch (Jnr.) arrived in
Barbados on the Gelgut two
week* ago with her two young
daughters. They are all staying
Srith bat parents at White Sands.
Lieutenant Welch's body will
it buried to-day at 2.30 p.m.
with naval honours at the Royal
Naval Cemetery. Playhall. Has-
lar. Gosport. west side of Ports-
Surprise Assault Threatens
Red Supply Line
WILKINSONof Notre Dams sandwiched by Full Back Bynoa Id White short* (centre) and For
.ward Brown of "Sparrow" cuffs oat the ball to clear la- goal In lae Island Sparrow Football match at
Smut's Death Is
Says Priest At Funeral
PRETORIA. Sept. 15
A CLERGYMAN told thousands of mourners at the
military funeral of General Jan Smuts here to-day that
his death was "the voice of God to South Africa challeng-
ing her to check the worsening racial relations between
"The relationship between Africans and English-
speaking peoples is getting worse: the relationship bet wen
black and white is more and more bitter", Rev. J. Jeyneke
declared in his oration.
Cod's voles calls; will we re-
The streets outssda vie throng*
ed by banheadwd men and weep-
ing women. Ail followed he ser-
vice broadcast over iou>Kpeakei
with great emntiot-
The body had rested m g funer-
al parlour arnpng floweis inclin-
ing wreaths from Juliana and
Prince Bern hu r. I ol the Nether-
lands which arrived hv air from
Holland last night.
The service took plaaa In GrooV
Kerk. irr-th*. church '>t the Dutch
Reformed Chur -h of The Trans-
LONDON. Sept. IS
Prime Minister Clement Atllee
today summoned his Cabinet le
consider the cable on Qerman
rearmament sent urgent from
New York last nlghi by Forc-gn
Secretary Ernest Bevln
Bevin asked for further instruc-
tions on this issue following the
failure of the Big Thrcv Foreigii
Miri.** In agree on ii
Kenneth Younger. Mm ster of
State, represented the Foreign
Office In Bevin's absence at the
Kevin's request for fresh
instructions is believed here to
spring from strong pressure from
the Secretary of State. Da
son for the creation of a German
military contingent by the North
Bevin had instructions to agree
to the creation of a West German
Federal armed police force to
deal with internal security
He openly stated in New fork,
however, on the day that the
three power conference started
that he believed II V/Sj apt St
present suitable to create a West
In view of the United States'
line, diplomatic* quarters here
believe that Bevin Is seeking
authority to agree in principle to
the creation of West German
The French Foreign M I '
Sehuman Is also understood to l>e
seeking instructions from his
'eminent ihis weekend in lime
the resumed session of ihe
Big Three conference next Mon-
Britain, France Agree
To Admit W. Germany
To Defence Forces
By SYI.VAIN MANGKOT
NEW YORK Gnu 15
AMERICA. BRITAIN AND FRANCE were undtntood U
have lold other North Atlantic Council Ministers lo-clay
the results of their three days discussions on West Ger-
many's possible participation in the defence of Wi-swrn
America ins isle re I'll the
principle of Cionua IN -. VtOj
alongside the forces of Tut At-
BERLIN. Sept. 15
Uniformed People's Police from
the Soviet sector of Berlin drew
their pistols and sent a hail of
bullets into the western sectors of
Berlin early this morning, seri-
ously wounding one West Berlin
Police headquarters In the
Amenran sector announced th
"East Berlin police opened fire ot
our men without provocation u
protect Communist bill-posters
who infiltrated across the sector
boundary under cover of nigh'"
West Berlin police broke up
the band with truncheons and
they fled into the Soviet sector
U.S. Voters Will
Fruan Our Own Cor'mpondfnl'
PORT OF SPAIN. Sept. 12.
American citizens who give their
vote in the coming election in
ivrt-of-spain will automatical,)
lost' their American nationality.
This statement was Issued to many
Americans residing If) Trinidad.
The American Consul General said
that their case comes directly un-
der the United States Nationality
Act of 1M0. which specifically
urovldes for the loss of American,
nationality if an American votes
lll'l It .:
Alii. | s (.
trf lirltish and French hcMUm v
to rearm Germany at this stage,
was believed to be based on detail*
ed calculations made in Wash ng-
ton of the overall manpower re-
Mlred (0 build up an adequate
force In Europe lo make it even-
tually secure against possible at-
Acceptance by Brlta n and
Stance of this principle was ob-
tained only alter consultations
witti tbeir Government*. The
views of the Br.tish Cabin, t were
understood to b* SCCOtl pens -
Ihf condition, that the proposed
inclusion of German forces should
not be allowed lo prejudice the
IXJNDON Sept 13.
Political quarters here to-day
predicted that the Labour Gov-
ernment would rush through neat
Tuesday's confidence vote on na-
tion iUnation plans Conservatives
and Latberala comb ning to fight
the Government, clearly believe
that Prime Minister TJIement
Attlee. whose Parliamentary ma-
forced the steel issue know ng it
might cause '" on ctton
Government quarters at all
events appear confident that If
defeated on steel. Labour would
be returned at the BU
election with o larger majority
Both Government and O
vauvo machines are said to be
reasonably prepared t o
LONDOM Bept i
Lei el t
i d repoitt
cii.'. | to oi--
itg.HliSl' I I :, C "
The LabOUr Ministei
am speak **"* "l"
i nd vheu it is eseanttal
that there should be no danger
SI Intel tan..... iii> tneli tuppl
.nd then aupp
He stated that Ssstonf lead)
ii ti- |.i..t a-ara men woo had
Jusl retunuMl from Cornlnfono
"Tiic Qovernmeot tie ket pln|
t.oae watrh on all these acllvl-
i II Tincssary action."
Antii.ui> Eden. Deputy Coitset-
vative U'ndei de ,,i ,.< (he M.n-
...... ' Ite <>f the
gravest which hai been
ea tn parttaaneni
In time of peace"
He sailed H :|" I
contemplated legtslstlve .tton
laaai i n piled r-
be necessary "
Isaacs said thai <
that the otvanlaattofi
(kisA} by men prontlna il
\ious unoAtclal trlkei
Bden aske.1 if the Qovernmenl
Intended to DTOtoni tSt)
session of Parluuneni
horn hoiidny lo
beyond ru-t T^Msday to ponattfet
anv legislative actfl I
Herbert Morrison, Deputy
Prime Minister said that ha dut
not think it would be necessary
POfl 1 > Spun
An exclusive Gasetle -imi
Friday, leptember . has been bhi
Ineans of Imnjurig i..iin and
daughter tovelhei. ;.(! i .. ep.ir.i
t.on ot almost 50 yeai durlni
eriUeb the Iwq of Ibem arero nol
alive U> each other') exulence
joint programme "of' rearmament ,<>n that day, the OeaeMa
I othn European powers; either news of -i TrlnkUdian n Idlruj In
litHnlty of flm
By JUUAN BATES
, TOKYO, 8ept 16
UNITED NATIONS FORCES have landed in
the heart of the Communist held South
Korea and were to nigh- driving for Seoul, the capi
tal, spearheaded by paratroops
Kixnpo town and airfield, only 10 miles from
Seoul, was in United Nations hands after a spec
tacular airborne assault American marines
stormed aihore at Inchon, west coast port, 18 miles
from Seoul, to open a new United Nations offensive
120 miles behind the main battlefront
Kmi ttine ill- i their was :i sin pn^e '' '" eml
th, w;n sp.-c.iitv by strikuu: at the Communists' internal
At the same lime Smith Korean 1ro.ii*. OCOUDifld
Kun.s.m. LOO iiul.s smith i-l Inchon, and were reported to
nisi tnu-s on the i-ast consi
i nited Nation* In then drive
i .,: tet of Raman, the Eighth
v weal el
Yoligsan, Americans pushetl in.
were pushed oul 'I'mii. hut tlnallv
resnlned half of the lost ground
North and south Kore
crMnjed bloeni Dorthvrest of Yong-
chon on the Taegu front Amen
.mi smith Korean troopa
Ida of MQ
i American parati iop
t.\ ii.ii [in- landli
adders tin i pui two forces aehore
i Inebon UaruHna >-i aft pjunajad
i river *
teral Douglaa Her Arthur, Bu-
stood mi the iii. <. Hi in
alp h* wave aftei \\ are <>f the
riii llarina division i
General Mac Arthui
i than tins i
ed Wi.imi Island, l.ono cardi from
hon. aftei nilUali and Amerl-
i ships had k'|ii or
i i f li.nnli.i
uting hill* north and '"'*' 01 UkO
1 i -i \. lector on tee
.! line -' ii quiet sail
American ..t t. i i-i ^ and planes at-
k.-il Communist target* on both
Escorted by more than 2,000
t:oop&. the coffin draped with the
Union flag was taken from Groo
h>ik ., Pretoria Railw: BUI
on Its Journey throuh the Tram-
U.S. Army in Europe
Observers exported th:>t the
tliturte of some of Ihi
North Atlantic countriei
probably reflect some of the Bri-
tish and French preoccupation,
but it was antic pated that the
principle of eventual German par-
tulpation in an integrated fore*
would ho accepted.
The deeding factor in Its ac-
eptance. It was pointed out here.
.v.. Hi- oveiriding desire to see
I reinforced American army
.stationed in Western Kurope II
was understood Hurl the Ameri-
can delegation had not a
increase in American d
Europe conditional upon Un* ac-
ceptance of the proposal about
Germany, but there was a general
belief that satisfy 'um on this
lnt would greatly ease tin pro-
cess of speeding up the dispatch
of American roll
Western Germany Reuter.
1,000 Czech Priests In
HAVAitlA. Sept 15
Two Czech priest-
WMt Germany two days aao **re
today reported to have said that
about 1,000 Czech priests were
being held In concentration man.
asterlse all over the country
l.uiMma. Mr fred riUJ
having reached his lootl
nled v'Hh UN, rui b
protnbM made lo him by tba
Siiperiiiteiulent "f the llo pit.il
three yean. ago. when he was re-
covering from a heart ailment
The centenerlsn'i onlj daugh-
ter in Triiinliid. M.ir, Huggln.s, of
Markit Street, Arouca. wno bad
rathoi ilnoa IM1
ivhen he left here foi si Lueie.
n.i.i ihe OsseHe report, unH
i i onununh - '<-
father whom ihe ihoughl dead
inrc last she heard from him in
1041. She told Hi.- Gstette that
when her father left Trlnldud
she was the i ib) Ii II family
All she h.d t<. remernbei him .<
he grew up WBS faded photo-
graph, whuii aha brought ,m Bat
>A1ee for renrodiicti'm "I imme
i rote him a letter." she
:n..t -Pail for ihe r.sf
m-tld > thinking
h.M h wag drtd "
LUTON K..if.,i.hniM Sepl !.
Key lo S. Kiiren
lie recapture of Seoul won hv
Communist-, within Ihrei
outbreak would give
? N the key lo all South
Seoul ho bul
munlstl SI l Mtal road and rail
imi i .i to I SITS supplies 'rom
North K.ne.i to their -
Iroopi iii the south 'ins mi i
runs from Seoul through the
mountains to Tiiegu. heleaguereil
..r the Unite I
"* around Pu u porl
i -..... it fwi m
Commurusti Kin po ifMlatd now
raptured b) the I Ml imong the
'h o.ii .hi he ci untry
.mi the eo oratnauon ol
i preei i omblned a
';i. tst World Wei I N
Heet in ell u
uig the Wl) foi ii i. ik I
MacArthui said the landlna wsa
beeh :i"io the NaknuiK hont in
: South to mod the I
ommunltti bad launched
,i full-scale attar
defl i" e box
., rtth Army said South
111 Ins had landed at
ngsadong. I miles north of
I'ohang and had gained their first
ibitvllve desp te Communist re-
.ist.oilc The tiur.i South Korean
Division ws ix miles
Heavy Communlsl attacks were
.....ted seal ml Wnegwan. 10
The Mavy said today the Mar-
nee suffered only "negligible
ii storming ashore at Ii.-
hon Admiral Forrest P. Sher-
nan, Chlel ->f Naval Operations.
pen) word In the morning ooafsr-
ten that he wai
itli the way things are
Briefing orders explained that
Ml-hniii del;n )M>tween first and
rmid hmdintts in the Inchon area
111 lui primarily In heavy tide
i lMv high off the
..f Korea Within the
il1 houi period it will fall as much
.. meat Mretches.
. i | ..r "Look s snake
iVOfl by a
k i. M .....loyee si PI
I'nesday. 2mi passengers
went Into hyeumos, lumping an
ibr Ul the place, looking
. u spot A mappipre
- r hah of u pas-
ngei 'ii the waiting room was
City I'.h.l ..
ncl H Reuii :
TaagUi said to-
night lhat the city was jubilant at ---------
prune Ok Chough. <...... illksd b; Mi 0*ornKMM,
, i. m ipertiitendeni ol n.w l.A
.i thi Bouthern Govern-JIt meesured just short of thre-
.I ing by to follow f ^ i
day ihat the
d thigh was "rethai !-
ntlstaetoi ban '
London ician sa'
141 Tdad Candidates 'All Out9 In
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 14 the fanatical self styled Tubal expected to retain '
Trinidad under the new const I rig Buss*1 Butler just relumed Counties and San Fernando <
tution which came into effect, from an IB months atay in Eng- respectively.
from September I goes to the poll* land Two outgoing legislators C.
on Monday. September 10. _,.. Abidh and Ranjit Kumar i
Already the 141 candidate* _, ,. ,*"rCM "rnri> fighting each other m South C
nominated last week l< i etb
i, who is "9. was lii-
i the ienra
ii .i outside Pretoria
is band d!ei.
They returned with reinforce-1 III
menis and accompan'ed by Peo-'toning in tt
ple't Police who shouted threats f- rmhous* ,
across the sector boemdar) . -here her hi
r!mrgr,l>TrtingerM,lEast German! AH of General Smuts children.
Foreign Minister declared in Ea-t :,nd "< of his 25 grand-children
Berlin last night however ihai *"*'* among the distinguished
East Germany has no aggressive throng of South African political
intentions against Wool G ' military leaders, and Com-
The People's Police Is not an monwcalth and F'.....ign rcj.r>-
Butler's Party has the large.: 1|rll
the 18 elective seats In the 2 Punaber of candidates In the gegst, For Re-election
seat legislature are gone to th '""' * 18 seats For Ke-eleclio.i
hustings In 'a loudspeaker" elee- but they are 80 candidates dea- At present seven legislators are
tioneerlng campaign Which sn ",brrt i" independent* ranging offering themselves for re-elee-
exceeded all previous campaigns * ConservaUve P P Cite Ra/ tioo.
as regards dirt-throwing, person..! l-"ic<*. Ul dead-left Jack KelshaH. In mobile eampaignuig this ele. ,, bound to act
abuse and the lack of constructive Eat} Indian candidates domln- tion moved out of crowded hall tern condition;
I arty programmes
ate the election erase and cam- neetlnge into open
paign along racial and religious "here candidates blast thi
Five parties reading right to grounds elalme to represent the people
ibsraj Conservative, th Outstanding candidates are from loudspeakers mounted on
Political Progress group with >>-. I'P.G's Albert '. II | rnotor-cars. there!,
two ofTtclal candidates with t^1' a north Port-of-Spain seat against nidates the terrors of heckling
I ftwiug xrouus. Ihe Tin l.'.hooi Party President. Haymonri 'he mobile campaigner
dad Labour Part] H.imel-Smith and the C.S P. can- out diasidenU or move
late Captain Arthur A. Cipriai didate Dr Solomon Is opposed in going gets too hard
with twelve candidates; the Trade his south Port-of-Spain constiM The new constitution gives th< __
Union Council with six r. by City Mayor Alderman Legislature comprising 18 elect-
the Caribbean Socialist Parly le-l Norman Tang .....minaled unoflleials and
i mot -
Jamaica. Judge Will.:
ul .. will preside with
over the Council th<
Bee or six un iff
bers. to the nine-man
Councilthe Governor, three offi-
cials, the same as BD>
elected and one nominated, which
, th.- principle instrument of pol-
ity on whose advice the Governor
ept under eel
hv Patrick Solomon with 13. and ( and th? three OfOelal -I Sec-
Butlers Home Rule Party led b/ Independent. Roy Joseph ant both retary. the Attorney Oeneral and
tree! comers powers retain*! by him.
Members of the Ex*
entitled to be given Quasl-MlnlS-
terinl Status responsible for one
teparlmenU of the Arl-
n stration decided on by the
n drown Governor.
-hen the wa* pro-
rogued on Augu-t 31, but tho life
ARE ALWAYS "TRUMPS"
WITH THOSE WHO KNOW
IN SMOKING PLEASURE
10 FOR 12 CENTS
SATCRDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. I58
TB C XITAIN and Officers of
It U S -Sjxirroi.', entertained
a numt>er uf gucsls to <<
board the vv*>. '
-:-l Mil -<..
D *.... ,..n
Mr., j Hot*..*! Walo- Ii
llonbtr J Ini ihabli D r. Ih
n*R an.i W i,., > r John Md
1*37 Ban.' M an4 Mr.
and Mr. fi II JidrlllM Or
and tin II U Cummlni. Mr M E Coa,
Mr and M r L W.in.it. M.>nbl B
Challa-or and Mr. Chall-1
D H O tlanwh and Mr. lU.tutx
llonldr u O I. Pit- and Mr. Pile.
Horlblr A tk G.tle.. and Mr- OiM*-.
llon'bbr l>r C H St John and Mr.
Si. John. HmVbla V C ...
O B Evrlwi and Mr. E..lv. Hit- l|l-
Mrs M Han*#ii Ih. ii.m..<,r in-
Siwaker anu Mi. K N H Hu.bam).
Mr w w rw w. and Mn j u
Wilklnarm Mr J C T Hranrhar. Cm
and Mm B T Mi'hrlm. Lt Commander
and Mr* Garl.idc TlppiniP, Major and
Mn O F C Wakoll. Major and Mn
M L D B*rwr.-Cnx. sir Allan and
Lady Collvii(. Dr and Mn F H
Granaatn. Ur and Mn A V Qrra<<"
Mr and Mn D A W '-.. Mr and Mn
L M Crnary Mi -. Jcnunott. Sir
Genra* aiwt 1*1> Mr and Mr-
n Narria. Tha Var lha Dawn. Ml-
Mar-Seville Mr .n A V Nyn-n
Mn H Fhllbpa ai. .nd Mn W II
Ml m '1 Mr. J Mibtoek. Mr
V H A Chmary Mr and Mr. II N
AiimtiontT. Mr ami Mn T A pHh<>i>
Mr and Mn C O Krd. Mr and Mn
C C Ska*!*. Col and Mn I.lnya-Sllli.
Mr and Mn I 8 8 Burrow. Mr
and Mr. T T. W-ni Mr A B SSIri-
BOTi Mr II E Chaw. Mr W II I*
r.arrod Miw B Ain*. Mr and Mn
J A Roberta. Mr and M- s 0.
iMcack. Majoi and Mr. A H raatff
Mr and Mn G I. Tavlnr. Mr J W B
fhrwn. Mr and Mi. 11 A Vaiafhar
\'r and Mn
A O I. Dnuslav Mr and Mn B
. II II,ml.-
Mn P J Cola Mr and Mn
I) F Blacked. Mr R G Wapp Mr
~ -_ __~ 1-
' Would you mind lean-Ino on the other .-!e. lignor we're beginning to get a bit worried about tt t"
I M -
New Mailer for H.C.
MR. R R M G END ALL. HA.
On the (intcotnr to |otn thr staff
of Hatnwm College mm) Will t>e
teaehinp. French ,inil Spanish
He was conductor of the College
Muslcnl Society at Leeds Uni-
ukI will he inking charge
of the school's Glee Clul.
Mr. Gendall served for 34
vears In the Ro>.il Navy during
the war bi ;i Lieutenant and since
then he h.is been training at Leeds
University This ii hi- first leach-
Mr. Ciendall wai accompanied
by his wife
MR A R. Cools-Lartiirue. trav-
elling representative of
Gerald S W Smith and Co
arrived I" the M.V
Daeru'iiod yesterday morning on
o short visit. He expects to wave
staring at the Hotel Royal
Back from B.C. Holiday
MRS. Dorothy King returned un
Thursday by It W l.A. from
nrltlsh (iukana where she had been
-pending a holiday with her rcla-
She is the wife of Mr. H H
King- of the Advocate I
Engine, r- Apex Oilfields
Tt*R. and Mrs. R. I MacLaehlan
1~* of Trinidad, wore intranslt on
terday morning after spending
'our months holiday.
Accompany!m; them were their
two urns Ian who Is remaining in
Barbados to go to school at (he
Lodge, and Michncl.
Mr MacLachlan Is Production
Engineer with Aih-x OI1tI.-I,I
Shot at Bisley
MR. Conrad Ltinisdci who was
In England wuh the W< I [|
dies Rille team and shot at Hisley,
returned home yesteniav on the
Goicoun.' Hi- was ccomp..iiiel|
by his wife.
Lodge School Matron
MISS K M UGULT. IsatTOB '
the Lodge School lor the past
14 yean returned I mm Englnnd
yesterday morning by the Ga-
i'hat wu her third vual
:.-cn horn. it- out to
Harbados In take up her appoint*
School Mitresi Returns
MISS Sheila Ward of
field, s- : ,n Assist-
ant Mistress of the Alexandra
from the United
Kingdom yesterday morning on
the Goscoyne slier spending four
months' holiday Win I.
said that 'land and
Switrerlanil wd had
Well KnoHn Here
MR Km bolt well
known In Barbado.
.'I V ,
with the TranqtnlUtj Ten
of Trlrfldail. eu an bill
ienger on the i.u
DW r.-turnmi: bOrM sftl
i holiday m Ihe United
MR. Fedo de Cannes, well
known tuiiMi' :n Tnnidail.
baw pagflgaung from feng*
land mti.tiiMt OH Hie OoaOBfM
ysterda> He w.i
after s|H-ndlng n holiday In the
! tther*! horse Has Tafare.
is probably one ol the I |
OH tin West Indian turf. hsvln|
passed the winning pOH DTSl H
in KM) itarls.
Will Observe Elections
MR J. e. t Braneker, M.C i-
left on the Gascotfric veslcr-
riay for Trinidad on a short pro-
fessional visit. While there ! said
that he v.oulil take the opportunity
to observe lha elcetioiis which
take place on Monday next.
Mr. Itrancker is n member of
ttM Caribbean Bodallsl Parts ol
Timid.ul of which Hon'hle Dr.
Patrick Solomon is IVesident. Dr
Solomon is contesting a scat In
South Trinidad for the Legislative
MRS K I. COZTKB whose hus-
band Is Acting Information
Oncer, Caribbean Conm
remaining in Barbados f,
day to visit her relatives She
arrived yesterday morning with
her husband on the Gascoonc from
Mr. Cozier went up to cover Ihe
Test Matches for Reuter's Ltd.
British News Agencies, who were
0vtag .. special coverage to their
sub* rlberi m Uu Cartbbean graa.
He returned to Trinidad
evening on the Goscopne.
Visitrd Art Galleries-
M'bU Atteek, one
wading artists who has
been to Bisjland vi-iting art gal-
leriea and studying murals and
k> uJpture. returned home yester-
iing by the Gaseoswe
tl-d here earlier in the
Back from U.K.
MR. Briggs Collins. Director or
R M. Jones and Co. Lti. re-
turned yesterday morning o the
Gascopne from England whei,- he
'in a four months' bust-
He was accompanied by
Spent Three Months
MH Victor Stollmeyer. Solicitor
of Truudad and brother of
Indies eriefcatar, was an
Intrnnsit passenger from England
on the Goaeoone yesterday on his
way back home. Ha was accom-
Bmleil by ins w-tle an
umphicv and they had spent
three months' holiday in the U.K.
MR. Percy Stewart, Managing
lor of the National Bus
Co, and the Esso Servicenter. left
BM Trinidad yesterday evening on
the Cascognr to represent the
Scottish Diamond l^dge No. 84 at
'i Mil tunics Conference
un I'or'.-of-Spain on Sunday. Hi
expects to t? away for a week.
/ fi-tn thr -If i nut i' ri'f i4, rt /mm Part* on
THE NEW HATS
By POPPY RICHARD
: dfAn sbJb. -VbTtL T y ~ rlBm.i
ftV ff *A't
u i -i
U.K. Radii) Pr^nssr
< O.aan Ij ,
W ajm. From ma Ed
or>aw l.la a-m. Voiraaam* Paiadc. 15
Bane* Muakr. f i a.m. Cloa* Down 11.00
-.ii Tha N< II 10 p in N.w. Analj'.
B If U p.m. H A C Tourut Trophy. If iS
n ", Vnipnnl al Ih* PUno 1 0* p m Ens-
.!-' Elmn-n*r I IS p-m Ratfi^ Nr-.irtl
apt AnyUtlnf Ui Uarlarp IM."
[h. Nawa 1 II p m Ham* *- lr.-..
llrtrrliMl* I SO p m
li Hp..rl. Baw - 4 in p as Th
\i r. Jatk Tnjln'i
i Ma. M p rri
van* 1 OS p m
a- AnalYU* 1 1
Haw* DO p
. pauj Sasvapa
K.-.H.1 VarMCt ;
MISS Joy.elynne Pilgrim has
la Diploma from
the Women's Institute or Domestic
- of the Interna-
tional Correspondence Schools at
Scranlon, Pennsylvania. U.S.A.
rt plats fl the pre-
iil-.i i nurse of 'Foods and
Cookery". Mis* Pilgrim Is a
Inughter of Rev. A. C. and Mrs.
rhlgrim of Mount Tabor. St John.
Another sister. Miss Grace Pil-
tfrirn. Ih taking a course In nursing
i Faraborough Hospital, Kent,
ringland. .' fJV
Doing Well in U.S.A.
MR licr.;.,i,i;ii Wilston Walktns,
Barbadian now studying
meiUdm at the College of the Clt>
of New York has been covering
himself with honours since he left
hi i. hi August 1MB. He Is Presi-
dent of the Caduceus Society (the
pre-medlcal group) of the College,
and he Is the first coloured student
ID Us i iiks history ever to be
inducted into the Sigma Alpha
Boctatl d'l honours in hi- junior
in addition. Mr Watkins is
<>f the Biological Review
ol tin BecdCf Honour
Su|ervlsor of College Rc-
giKtratlon of students and Chair-
man of many committoos. To be
I I en is Chanu'llm ..f the Sen! ..
Honour Society is the highest hon-
our that can be given to
In tornados Mr. Watklns was a
pupil f the Boys' FoundaUnn
^rior>|. and was an Assistant
raacher at St Christopher's Revs'
School. Ha i- von of Mrs. Mllll-
eent Watklns of Maxwrll Road.
AMONG 'he passengers return-
ing from England on the Goj-
in transit for
rriiiMjd rtric Mr Oerry Gordoa,
Deputy Director of Surveys and
Mr A W Skinner ntUched to the
' ranch of the Trinidad
(- ivll -Service They were lx.th on
rour months' leave.
A p,.|ry. coloured (eli
cona it edged with
taadaa iiriH sarrai
WHEN a Panstentte returns
from her holiday her Mrst invest-
ment Is a new hat.
She sees nothing incongruou
in wearing a long -haired autumn
felt before the gutters are thick
with leavesIn fact with her
summer clothes This Is keeping
abreast of fashion more Impor-
tant in millinery for a Frenchwo-
man than m anything else
fl-'mjin otwr tailing ThU
M asS O'lrtoa trimmed with
;o*n* .(k .riling mood title,
it Shi r>ed with asquint.
Smartest numbers are brightly
coloured (grass green or ruby
red) and usually untrimmed Cut
upplies the interest Crowns are
big and fit the head. Brims are
small and auiaole the lace sym-
metrically So far there ;s very
little tendency to tilt hats for-
ward although w* are warn-
ed that this is coming
Rupert and the Castaway 6
In. thMfMM "I'
mb. bash.*1 .a
onrly. My laves
hooM tea *r
litre* in'i tge lid f
thou ah I wai< Uf tw
>.*. and vary
lit* in |ili", who
nt. *.!. 10 tea
irlfKOpr." All at anc* hr \ii
" Iitkmg Ol iclCKOpca." Iir I
Ittuchllully, "I IIW PMHtl
qiKfi on th* *iirt jut mm
with you'd ar* il *oui von i
cm nil whir ii .
(h*t.." "Vm, ,'o kH m* i
II p m Waaklv SporU Summary. IM
Mr II* Compowr and Vou. S M
- Rind up lha Curtain 10 M p in
H Maw* IB to p an Inlartudj* 10 II
m Tha SdlnbMra-h Faatiral ISM 10 S
m Mu>l* from th* BalUt II V pm
rar It Aaaln
GAIETY iTTw CUrde.) ST. JAMES
TO-DAY AND Sl'KDAV P.M. Mai Sl'N S P M
R.KO-Radio's ArUen Saeetacle :
Paul HENREID and Maureen O'HARA In
- SP.l.Xi.SH .MA IX "
('la* by Technicolor:
M tints To Be Nun
I From Out Own Cntraapondrnl'
Tarlta, IS-yasr-old Beauty
Wueen of the South Sea Islands
the past three years, who hao
n ho'ldaymg in Chile, said on ]
bar arrival In Trinidad last night, I
that she was on her way to Rome
to seek audience with the Pope.
She wants to enter a Convent, she
-.od She wants to get away from
the persistent Invitations of Hoi-'
l> wood star hunters. She said she*
won the South Sea Islands Beauty
O mpetttion In 11*4'. IH4H ,,..d
1440 After her first win, she said,
she was plagued with Hollywood
".scouts," but refused stl their
SAT. and SIN J A 8 38 P M
EHKOL FLYNN in .
art'a Thrill Doable:
DICK FORAN In
Loot Taken After Fire
'In" Oar Own Canaapaadaall
When a recent fire gutted build-
ings al South Quay, Port-of-Spa in,
hundreds of persons fought for
salvage of goods, ranging from
whisky and elder to sardines and
saltflsh. At Ant by the scores
they came, then by the hundreds
until traffic was almost stopped
along the area.
Cases of whisky and elder were
seen being brought out by Anders,
who hugged the booty tightly to
thalr chests. Towards afternoon.
when things began to get scarce,
and Ihe police had the upper hand
of the crowd, persons carried
away burnt timber and stone.
Fish For Snobs
Australia's largest hah hatchery,
built to raise I oon.Ooo trout .1
year, will be opened shortly at
Snob's Creek (C P.)
TO-UAY TO MONDAY 1.3* B m.
MATINEE: TO-DAY 5 p.m
This Picture is Suitable for ADULTS Only
NtST *IOglrS IKFOlf OP
CgtMIS AGAINST WOMEN*
,- *.>au- 'i*-v:s. w.
DINE AND DANCE
THE WESI INDIES MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB
DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
Served throughout the Night
Dial 4000 for Reservations
1 } 1 rf r~ I
BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber
HE hud one of those fierce,
intelligent faces which
you see- in the pictures of the
Castillun painters who trans-
formed the Flemish School ana
made It something new
Fernando OallefO night have
painted him hi> feel
full of a dark violence. He SWBg-
h(> tnlkeil, and you ex-
reted to see a sword at his i|dc,
moved across the bar to get a
better look ,tt him, and to hear
what be was ranting about. As I
came within earshot, he said in
a high, scraping, nervous voice.
'So I llddled about a bit and got
In Airkunnl Qmmtiom
IN a column devoted lo the
teaque tumblings and
frcmersanlts of the City, I read:
In the absence 0/ any risible sup-
plies of tin . the normal func-
tionlna o( the London market
lOOlald M seriously i-ndu
"You talk a lot about im Well
II snow m 1
"My dear sir. that's not how
business i.s done. We don't boa
you the actual tm '"
"But I happen to wimt to be
sure that the actual tin exists."
"You must tak,. the word 0l
Schaekstlck. Bottle and W>li
"Then I'm l<> buy Lnv itbls 111*''
"Look hare Confess that you
haven't u sttMdaj punt 1
"Of course we havent-"
Tben rou 1 p
Iftfl w.<*. Mm
IT t.H.k .1, I foul
years to establish lbs right of
the men who work for hln.
work ftVS hours d week overtime
"ii bu lillng houses. But the per-
mit that took four years to ac-
unn- expired yesterday and
the fun has to start again. The
men want lo work overtime, the
inta them to. the people
with or without homes want
them to. So. naturally, every
"|"t .] must be put In the way
What I* Ihe use of my trying to
Cat ihit / Bug
U'osn't to much money
M.CNI mi aomrBBaSBg iti/urioiiyti
services, run by publlcily men,
ei-rrybody irotdd know ichat the
'' r......"' teas doinp.
(Charlie BOfl |
TOD.V I AND H.30 I'M. AND CONTINUING DAILY
RAGING ISLAND...RAGING PASSIONS!
THE MANAGEMENT presents,
THE DELIGHTFUL VOICE OP BRITiBH GUIANA*
1. Hot a nan
a. In tlila yen
k preao iui
I Mi- ,i I
i*. Sort 01 i>i
1 > (J'.ir r.i-t
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TO-DAY 4.45 AND M.SI
20th C-Fox presents :
Orion ,u I I..-.
TO-nAV a TO-M
4.3t Uld H 30
Rrpuklk Oouhle .
"THE RED PONY"
TO-DAY Ic TO-MORROW
4 SO uld 0 30
M-G-M'k Super Itouble
Extra at 8.30
Half-hour Stage Entertain-
ment by Madam Tiam Fook
and Syd Vander Lyde.
TO-DAY TO MONDAY
4 SO uid 1.15
2th C.-Fox Doable .
Oil VOU BEAUTIFUL
OF THE PLAINS"
Extra: Sat. Nite at 8.15 for
hi If-hour: MAGIC .
THRILLS . and MYSTERY
By Professor ALVINZY
Mr. BAY NTJNE8,
be lla' Bceause
I) Stormy Wealhtr.
<1) Agstn; 1 ;i Foolish Heart. (S) Ma
(4) Ola Man Rlrer: <5) If I Love You;
tms :% it:
THC 1NSPIKCO OIRCCTION OF
Ol It I'limS Mil llU.ili me
I III I H THIS LIST sm>
I.eon r:rrol In THE UNINVITED BLONDE"
Latest Amerii-iin and llriti-li \iyrrl
llratvs ii Bits
Planes si Irons
Emery Wheel* (complete
THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Tel. No. 2a
M'l.CI \I, MATINKF. THIS MOBNING 9.30
TARZAN and the AMAZONS
THIS IS THE
PICTURE THE WORLD HAS
BEEN WAITING TO SEE!
CHEAP PRICES -
ITS A NEW HIGH FOR
HITCHCOCK SO EXPECT
8 a.m. lo Midnite
THE NEW INGRID BERGMAN HIT!
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER l, IMA
Cotton In The
iFrnm Dm Raport o( thm Imaiia Cot Ion Growing Corporation!
THE area planted to Sea Island cotton was 16.000 acres,
this being an increase ol 6,400 acres over the previous
The acreage under Superfine St. Vincent was practically
doubled but the production increased by only one third.
The crop was about equally divided between estates and
peasants; pest damage was slight and the drop in yield
is attributed to the failure of the January rains, causing
heavy shedding particularly on late planted crops. The
superfine acreage is being maintained in the 194950 season
The large increase in th** acra-
Bge of Monuerrat Sea Island was
due to extension in Antigua and
Nevis and to the return to normal
or the St. Kitu crop after a sea-
son ot low produce to labour
troubles. The extension of acre-
age was a result ot satisfaction
with the prices offered, particu-
larly because the prices were
known In advance of planUnc.
Production was nearly 7 per
cent, higher than In the previou
season due partly to increased
acreage and partly to the excel-
lent average yield of 200 lb. per
acre in Antigua.
A slight fall m the acieaga un-
der MSI is expected in the com-
ing season. In most islands the
acreage is being increased, but
this is more than offset by the
sharp fall from S.000 acres to
1.000 acres in Nevis.
SLiUstics for the 1948-4D sea-
ion are given below:
Taut *HM lb ri ISM
| BS* nn MO S.1M
Stataemn a.ssi I.SBS SB
Ni-vi. 3.10S 45*.
Bl. Kitu I.ISS sss NO as
st Lotti sss as 1 sa
Total MLS.I 13.036 >jn ITT 4.03*
K-a Kl.rd -SaarrBar
SI. Vincani :U7S so 105 SB
Total Buparflna -.000 BM
Total Sea Llarwl IS.M an ISS .'as
Mart* t,.ui.1. :
Canlacou ISM SSI 41 _
Keaearch & Experimentation
The St Vmcent and Montsenat
StaUons continued the work of
maintaining the quality and uni-
formity of the respective com-
mercial strains. The Montaerrat
Station carried on lbs established
practice of supplying nucleus
stocks of pedigree seed for multi-
plication in the other islands
In Montserrst conditions' were
favourable and the crop was
established early and field trials
with various fertilisers were car-
ried out. The results corrobor-
ated earlier work and it is evident
that nitrogenous manuring can
be profitable particularly on the
lighter soils. Rotation experiments
have also been started.
In addition to the maintenance
of the commercial V.135 cotton
the St. Vincent Station has con-
tinued work on the VH cotton,
and the higher yield of the latter
was again demonstrated. The
aim has been to produce a strain
with lint In the superfine class and
the latest spinning test reports
show considerable success. The
leaults are promising but further
informaUon Is needed on the spin-
ning value of the material under
The value of nitrogenous man-
uring In St. Vincent has been fully
demonstrated and applications of
300 lb. sulphate of ammonia ant
recommended. Trials thla year
show, as in Montserrat. that good
results can be obtained from eot-
ton seed meal and coconut meal.
On the Antigua Station the
rainfall was higher and better dis-
tributed than in the previous
seasons and the crop averaged
500 lb. Ont per acre. The pro-
gramme Is directly mainly towards
methods of increasing yields and
of improving soil fertility. The
present season of satisfactory
rains nd freedom from pests wm
useful as it allowed results from
expenmcnlal work under favour-
able conditions to be compared
with those of earlier seasons of
low rainfall. Potash is not a lim-
iting: factor but good results are
being obtained from phosphate
and pen manure, while the effect
or nitrogenous manuring is de-
pendent on the rainfall and on
tho treatment of the land during
the cotton close season
Useful Information is accumu-
lating from Vic rotation and land
use Investigations. Weed fallow-
ing in the close season gives poor
results due to slower early growth
and delayed fruiting which lend
to low yields especially when the
season is short. The growing; of a
green manure crop Is much more
satis factory. There Is increasing
evidence that large amounts of
fodder grasses can be grown, but
that high productivity can only
be maintained by fairly heavy
manuring. Further, when such
grassland is being returned to cul-
tivation, the arable crops imme-
diately following will be poor un-
less the temporary nitrogen defi-
ciency Is corrected by a term of
bare fallowing, or by the appli-
cation of nitrogenous fertilisers.
Considerable differences in
Sn.it.'. of M.si are found In
Ifferent islands, Antigua and
some other islands producing cot-
ton of coarser fibre and lower yam
strength than that of Montserrat
and St. Kitts. Interesting evidence
is becoming Available Indicating
that the dineTcness is due to the
tiros of year in which the crop
Low Prices Of
V. J. C GKAHAM
Despite reassurances from the
United States, New Zealand dairy
produce interests are concerned
about American plans to sell sur-
plus produce at low prices to
members of the United Nations
Food and Agriculture Organiza-
The U.S. has stated that the
countries which purchase the
commodities will be required to
establish adaquaie safeguards.
Nevertheless, W. Marshal).
Chairman of the New Zealand
Dairy Products Marketing Com-
mission, says that the sale of
American dairy products at low
prices may well have an indirect
cfTVtl in every market In which
New Zealand sells its suppli
"Unquestionably, these goods,
l( sold under this offer, will ulti-
mately pass through ordinary
uade channels, and the quanti-
ties art sufficiently serious to de-
press prices." he said. "The prom-
ising start which the commission
has made with sales to countries
other than the United Kingdom a(
satisfactory prices is threatened
by this proposal, and If It Is con-
tinued as a policy our trade in
tnelr markets could become im-
"Unfortunately several coun-
tries are supplying dairy products
to th United Kingdom at prices
which are below their cost ol
production, and we have already
encountered in our price discus-
sions the argument that other
countries are prepared to subsi-
dize their exports to Britain.
"This looks like the pattern of
trade that is developing through-
cut the world and if powerful
countries like the United States
export portions of their produc-
tion of food which becomes sur-
plus, at prices which are ruinous
to countries whose main economy
rests on the export of food, the
effect on such countries and
world trade will be disastrous.
"As New Zealand is the largest
exporting country per capita In
the world, and as our exports are
most I v primary products, mainly
food, the effect on New Zealand
could be more serious than on
anv other country."
Marshall said that the United
States was offering butter anil
cheese at a quarter of the price-
support rate, and at less than half
the prices Britain was paying New-
In Carlisle Bay
1* ulalphaSafc >M
m. D Sen Lutilla M Smith, Sr* (**.
rama O S*h Gloria Hn*"s Sch
Mao- a CaraHn-. Sch. W L SUbIM.
Bill Phslln Ma'H. HMS Sparrow. SVk
RoMtrxr. U t I-ady PWrkla
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rapt MulWI> l'm TtMMSa*
M V Daaraood. M ion. n*i. Cap D
rrati m i ma
>l. Gcoena. S.SS1 tana naia. Csl
Prtaafit. from Mailm
Bt-hoonai PBilip II
a*L Capl Saaiv. (ranl an,
Sthooiwt Umtad Fiamm S toss SWf,
Capl -.(-ward trmm, Si. tll-i
KHaonrr W.inSaifnl On:in**!V*r. SS *rm$
' Cap* Ato-wAai. tor at. Lucia.
SS tuna nat.
Capl Sim-non lor SI Lucia
Mssst, .**> *mi
M.Lar.n. K* SI Luoa
M V La rarlr. SO tana
2 Tickets Draw
In.n. Oar Own luriMpMlrill
Tickets P 3805 and MM 7537
which drew Ocean Pearl and
Mist Maid respectively, drew for
the flrst prize ut the Arima Race
meeting last week. Holders of
these tickets will each share
$14,004.00. The gross takings of
the sweepstakes were $186,720;
$11,120 of this sum being Govern-
POLLING DAY IS
A SCHOOL HOLIDAY
......i Oar Own Carrrapaaaaal)
Monday, September 18, Polling
Day in Trinidad, will be a holiday
for all Qovemrnent Primary
Schools, as most of the schools are
required for polling stations.
Assisted schools may also have
the day off, if their Head Teachers
Hen Rises: 5.50 a.sa.
bun Sets: 6.02 p.m
Moon (First Quarter!:
Lishilns: 6 00 i- i-
High Watt*: 7.05 a.m,
Rainfall (Codrlngton) .12
Total far Month lo Yester-
day: 2.st ins.
remperstarr (Max.) MO
Temperature iMIn.) 74 1
Hind Direction f* ajn )
E by H.. (3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity: 7 miles
Rarorseter (9 ... m i 29.9R5
(1 on. i tt.tlt
Brhaor Uaadalay It. SB HS net,
Capl GixWin. (c.r SI Lucia
S B Bwbwaw. 4.SSD t..nm iwl. Cap*
i: .1. lot P.rarwibo
SIS. Bvflixd 1.1SS |bm i*t Capl
TharaldWn, lor Dominic*
SB. Oaaraana. l.Stl tana net. Cspt.
Paaaanean arrlvlns ye-tarday from
*..,iih*mpt..n t>> th- SS Owmh wrra
M..niMiie Whit- Patricia Amlth. Richard
firorlall I-.I- OcndaU. Hofaan Ouniuv
PMxrha Oianaw, lumbar! Colllm Jnvrr
Calllna IVU.iah Altrru.n. Paul Allmar..
In Touch With Barbados
1*111 F t, Ulna* 'W#%t Imiiaai
UlM Ihry ran now cominu-
M-al wllh lha lollowinf iKiaa Ihrouaft
... BssrS ,i... | aajal gbSU
S S talla. B S Bttua. S It Damns
Ihanaa. S S Canadian Crulaar. S B
idlnavla. S 8 Alcoa PVmavt. S .
Blttabath. S S Oaacocna, S S PUrnoutn,
9 S Dolaoallr S B rriaco S Hort.
S MaWa. S S Ptorujer Star. B S
Bfiian.M-a. S S Monla Aral-. S S
Broil. S S Bartlmr. ft B FT in III Of MB.
_ S HeatM. S K Sundala. S S Tha-
cMiua. B Bttibraata. s A MutKali
iar, 9 S. Xaao C^dilw. 5* 9 OHmpi.-
aa. II Bachaquaro. S S ll^lb-ri.
Mu Caiiitmcitr. S B Rmcon HlUi.
B B Capl John. S S tiolSlo. S J*
i.io> S S Path Pindar. I H BMar.'.
II, II W I A L
Froi., BIIITIMI UI'IANA
i. .! D Knmady. A. Oroan,
H PMrila. W RtIkmII. D r*rrara. J.
Km*. K BroodBMan. D
Klrur. Jo*in Trtm. B Starn/ahow. 4-
BlrMXI. R Uirkrii H Bnk.lt. J
|o|K'*. Baran, M Baron. H
QhffSSBeSk SI JoaapA. B llima**ev.
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alarsol lai*. Aim l-. HUnon
A Ljum>. M. t-aio. r. Luio. M L*w>
I. OBBeSM, Eilcwi Cabem. O Ala*ean.
AUnrf.. M Al-r*". Jut k
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Sttiial. J- r-in. iiarlon. k
I'erlort. M Mundorfl. U MiinSor". M
Caittoivall, O Sanaon P Sanaa*. *
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fnm MAiiriMwi '
Rot'T Cottreil. Haynwnd CSSstBal
Plom 9T KITTS
Dr.'-ABTVRBB Bv B W t A.L
Albm Alievna. KsbM All*yn*. WiUn
,\.....!. m.. i ii....!!. Aniiir Mackia
Milllrriil Boxon IJfla Kodrlsuam, Colin
lliirrl-. Clayiea c:r**nldi*. iw.ii/
MMIaldr*. IJSIh MiMi-IiIci l>>lrrl*l
Madlaidaa, turaal Madia Id". Bentni
Mcrli.Mci Orur. Hull I *n*#. Jadlnaln
Small. Pvter OaBnav. J. Yarrow. Hainan
knrlabad. Ulian Alkini. Rumld Oraon-
KMth LrwU. Milinn Vlfllenca. Alrr*d
D>rr-iiai. Crim.ni DaPrMlaa. Marsarat
DHUi. Rpv M. ih*i PaiHInaDn.
alapli"! S-rtcr... Kdard Jonaa. HOu-
pru.il Makitbl. Carl M.Wall. P-t-r BTISi
CjnJohnaon. A M.l.nd-MiMiii. Harold
Manthnll. D Cecil Gun Muruo. Henry
The Alcoa Stesniship I'omparo
ol Trinidad inaugurated a tourist
service to Tobago on Sunday. In
i-o-operaUon with British West
Indian Airways and the manage-
ment of the Robinson Crusoe
The Alcoa traffic manager. Mr.
I- A. Caracrlolo. in an interview
said this morning. This is a tour
which Alcoa is arranging for
p:i*r.engers arriving on their pas-
senger vessels from the United
States, and It Is intended to help
boost the tourist industry In
Tobago" The idea U to give tour-
ists the opportunity of spending
s day in the island ward. Many
pryminent businessmen from the
United States, including real
estate brokers, students and even
honeymoon couples availed th
salves of this opportunity
U.S. Will Pay
'ta Oar Oaa la"ri|,iH
Negotiations between I
Government and the Hrtllsb Gov-
ernment will be concluded this
week In connccUon with the
Waller Field wBteiworks deal in-
vohing JSTgOOO (Q.W | A.l
tjoeuraenta are ready to be signed,
but permission has to be sought
from thi- U S
free entry by officers of the Trini-
dad Government to Waller Field
which is still a leased area It bl
HsdSastood thjl tliin permission
will also cover the rnOrS
persons who will be empln\ri fer-
ine purpose nf the removiil -I
Where Is The Box?
iFraat Oat Own Cariaaajaadaal i
Mr. Charles Boyer. of IrfTWn
Avenue, New York, who came to
Trinidad on the Uruguay. tOaTansH
to British Guiana on August 24,
... a worried man. A box contain-
ing foodstuffs valued at $150.00
(U.S.) was a gift entrusted to him
lo be delivered In British Guiana.
After it had passed Customs
xamination here, the box was left
foi storage with Customs Officers'
pet mission until Mr. Boyer could
secure passage for B.G. Mr. Boyer
'becked his luggage on August 31,
and found everything Intact, but
hen he went to check again on
Monday, September 4. the box
containing the foodstuffs was
gone. But the tag which had
been attached to it was found be-
en other parrels, lie reported
the matter to the Customs De-
partment. He was Informed that
mless a receipt had been issued
for the bo* they were not respon-
MATHS fOR DAD
lathers in Stockport, like fath-
ers everywhere, insist on helping
their children with nrithmeti.-
even though their knowledge may
leave something to be desired.
So the Stockport education
commute-* ha* started an arith-
metic class for parents.I.N.8.
The Drawing of the Good
Siim.uM.m Bicgrda Prize took
place yesterday at Bclmonl Hotel.
Cheapslde The winning ticket
held bv Mr. C, C. King of
Roebuck Street was Ticket No. 8*.
BACK TO TDAD
iPmet Our Own Cotraapnnda'tl >
Whm tin* "CN.S. Kodnvv" ar-
rived in Trinidad, she had aboaid
.i pssntal patient who was in Cssa-
.ida for eight years. The patient, a
TniiMadian, took ill during lh.-
tune that he was in Canada, and
.liter repeated cfTorta with taa
best medical attasatton ..v..ilal>u-.
it was found that much could not
be done fin- him. In the nest m-
'.fisl ..I thv m."' it "... ilccidt I
that he be retiirn.-a ;,. hU native
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the trip. Can-ili.hi Kmifci-itLOB
ofhClBls acoompanieti Hie pattanl
from Canada. Thoy bs^MoI to
leave Trinidad on their return
home by the "l-a<1y Itodney,"
Sunday, Ssptember 17.
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MORI and man ptopla tra Ni*ffmhif
tlu.routfhly dissatisfied with a system
which allows beautiful schemes to become
"ten days" wonders.
To mention only two projects. In the
space of one year, Bay Street has been
granted two windows by the sea. The tirst
was obtained by removing a large board-
ing previously employed for advertising.
The presence of a sandbox tree there has
prevented this window from losing its
charms, but its beach has recently received
attention with regards to cleanliness.
More recently a large gap was created
near the General Hospital. Buildings were
knocked down but the refuse from these
demolished buildings remain on the spot
and today it has become another unofficial
market. It might be true that for this pur-
pose it is conveniently situated. It opens
on a fishing beach and is near the City
and several residential districts. But if
the intention was to illow the spot to be-
come a fish market, the least which should
have been done was to remove all the
debris, clean the place and arrange some
sort of pathway for pedestrians or narrow
road with a proper entrance and exit to
accommodate cars whose owners might
drive in, purchase iish on the beach and
then drive out without blocking the pass-
Besides these two spots in close prox-
imity in Bay Street, there is the Princess
Alice Playing Field. The outcry for playing
iields had its tirst answer in the prepara-
tion of the spot on the Reef Grounds.
Thousands of dollars were spent and there
was an oflicial opening followed by much
rejoicing. Since that, what has been done?
It was reasonable to expect that there
would have been a caretaker and a small
staff to prepare grounds for games, to pro-
tect the building and other property, to
plant trees, shrubs, and floweiing plants to
beautify the place. But far from doing
this the Playing Field has been allowed to
It is true that in Barbados there are sev-
eral societies and other bodies who are
always willing lo give assistance in matters
of this sort, but it should be the duty of
some municipal organisation to see to it
that things are done. There could hardly
be any objection to this because the work
which would be done would be in the
IntaMst of the entire community. Places
of beauty in Bridgetown are few and
when a policy is adopted of allowing places
to fall into disuse and become unsightly, it
serves merely to stultify the efforts of those
who try lo improve the look of the town
and lo encourage visitors to come among
The work of the Civic Circle around the
Garrison is evidence of what can be done
to convert unsightly places into beauty
spols and with the minimum of expense.
Work of this nature is needed in Bay
Street and at the Princess Alice Playing
BOYS' Clubs have been growing up with
pleasing regularity in this island. Many
people have supported them financially
while others have given of their time and
special knowledge to help the boys who
reully need it.
The success of the tirst club formed in
Bay Street has so encouraged the sponsors
that they have secured buildings for two
others und need equipment. The necessity
for funds grows greater with the founding
of each club. To date they have survived
without any financial contribution from the
Government because the public realise that
the work which is being done is in the in-
terest, not merely of the groups of boys
but of the entire community. The most re-
cent effort is the biggest and a dollar con-
tribution might bring some donor a car.
The benefit is two-way.
Our Headers Say :
Stalin And Truman Find
Old Ideas Ncwd Switching
K.T Si II..11 llr.Mirr
Comrade Ben*, thief of Stain
secret police, is a very polite ami i^^i m Communist
considerate man. When he has to uperio. it. in manpower
arrest h Soviet V.l.P. he does lesson THKKE M that pllci
BOl j>i*-i >-end around a posse of umhh.mii and Communist indoc-
flat/eel to do the job. He calls Uinul , Asiatic peoples m
himself m his vast, black, bullet- eUnts mna race warfare do not
proof Zis limousine. >Und up to the test of war. Simple
With profuse apologies for In- methods of Western psychological
truding he carries off his more propaganda based on the appeal
flattered than frightened quarry Df the lice bowl to an empty belly
for a little chat. And that s ,rr m-k,ng unexpected breaches
'nat. ,n what was believed to be the
My friend Kolutov. editor of impregnable fortress of fanaticism.
Pravada. was collected.Like this by Leaflets and broadcasts protnis-
Henn in December IB38 Koltzov ,nf Mfety and good (ood to u,c
had made the mistake of being in hungry and constantly strafed
Madrid when the Spanish civil communist soldiers are now be-
broke out and advising Stalin tmnmt to prove most effective,
that the Reds would win in Spain More and more deserter, are
they received help from beginning to come over from the
Russia. ... Communists, Among them are a
Just now I am wondering how brigadier-general (a high-up
long it will be before we hear Communist), and no fewer than
that Staling handsotne Georgian 18 pouiical commissars, each a
onfidanl General Guzman Dere- trusted party memher whose lob
'Ik" has been taken for a ride w-s iy watch over the me
n Comrade Beria's Zis. lnt. Communist troops.
For. until he left suddenly early LE8SON FOUR fo. the Polit-
m May this year. Derevenko was buro is th3t lnc decision ^
Stalin s envoy to the court of autumn to use military force in
King MacArthur here in Tokyo, hurrying on a Communist revolu-
And it was he in the first place ,lon ln the r.r ,. p,ld fffUr|
who assured Stalin, so I now dividends than the old d..:.
learn on excellent authority, that methods of agitation and Nbver-
ihe Americans would do nothing on
more than protest if the North
Koreans invaded the South. The Weakness
Washington's lessons of the last
two months are mainly military.
1 wonder whether Derevenko'i LESSON ONE is that the com-
disaslrous downfall as a prophet bat strength of the post-war army
will be LESSON ONE to Stalin was hopelessly inadequate.
first of several lessons which these To meet the challenge In Korea
first nine weeks of the Korean war not only has Japan been denuded
hold for Moscow, for Washington, of troops but the United States as
and even for you and for me. well. Only two combat divisions
The case of Derevenko should were left in America after recent
teach Stalin the danger to the reinforcements were snipped to
Soviet Union inherent in the Korea. Even so, American forces
Bolshevist system of diplomacy. in Korea are not yet strong enough
For, like Ribbentrop'i before it, in numbers,
the Soviet political Intelligence A full-scale counter-offensive
service compels Its envoys abroad cannot be launched against Un-
to report what Its masters In the weakened enemy. And the troops
Kremlin want to hear. cannot even safeguard their posi-
LEHSON TWO for the Kremlin lions against Communist inftltra-
is that the United States Govern- lions.
ment, contrary to all tradition, is Again and again on my visits to
now capable of making war with-,the front I have seen whole
out first huvlng lo go through the divisions of American troops held
procedure of getting a Congress up by a company of North
Moreover, the United States and The Communists cross the river
their Western Allies have poured by night, establish themselves on
into Korea a weight of machinery one of the mountain ridges dom-
*h i- h has given them overwhelm- mating a road, fling barricades
nig superiority of lire-power. across the road itself, and perhaps
And this has effectively neutra- place a couple of mines. The
Americans cannot u*c the road
Until thr-y dear the North Koreans
horn the hillsan operation which
TbM Americans \hould. of r.iuisc.
an had patrols .wit gn the moun-
tains and on the rood to prevent
the Communists getting there
But they just do not have the men.
Fortunately, the North Koreans
barc Ds9 air force, so that their
striking power has been greatly
reduced by the complete disrup-
tion of their now much-ex tended
supply lines, which has not pre-
vented the Communists from re-
ceiving sufficient reinforcement*
to start up a new general offen-
sive this week-end.
LESSON TWO thai the Ameri-
cans have learned is that they
must revise their infantry train-
ing. They must teach their troops
how to retire as well as how to
attack. They must teach them to
rely leas on their Jeeps and more
on their feet.
Even today many American
units are still far too road-bound
For my own comfort, I was
grateful to And all the command
laMgd conveniently placed
by the roadside. But I am told
that had 1 visited the Marines of
the Task Force I should have had
id get on? the road and climb up
into the hills where the command-
er was directing an attack with
the same contempt for the road as
shown by the North Koreans.
A pointer for future develop-
mentin Asiatic fighting, anyhow
is the success of an experiment
by which 'American units are in-
corporating South Korean de-
tachments. The South Koreans d<>
the hill patrols, at which they
excel, while the Americans con-
centrate on the technological side
--tanks, mortars, artillery, and
signals. That is certainly proving
a formidable combination In
The lesson for you and for me
out of all this? Simply that in
thai present world of ours Taegu
has become Just as much part of
our doorstep as your home town
And that is one more reason why
I shall not feel a bit sorry for
General Derevenko it Comrade
Bt-ria lakes him for a ride.
The Richest Card Of All
ROLLING DOWN THE SEA
By Oliver St John Gogarty
OaawUMe 15a HI sages
THEY may call Dr. Gogarty a
chatterer. When some people
chatter, it is gossip. But when
cer St John Gogarty talks
and he Is never ln a hurryhe
can sometimes distil pure wisdom
and pen If in a prose equal to the
English of the greatest Irishmen.
Rolling Down The Le 1 i. Hie
third of his autobiographical ex-
cursions In the Ireland he finds
after n long sojourn In the United
States- ha enthuses and fulmin-
ates about politics, drama, letter*
racing, in sentences that lope
along with the easy lyrical swing
of the poet.
There Is a trip to Galway and
Connemara. but It Is Dublinthe
Dublin recalling Burgon's line. "A
rose-red cityhalf as old as
Time!"that dominates the book.
For Gogarty. the houses of the
cnpltnl are rose-red; even rose-red
are the shadows of the tenements.
And Gogarty quite often glows
rose-red, as when he cries:
There Is as much spent on
(his a((empt to spell English in
Irish characters But, fnroim
Tax, Telephon. . oa would
clear the disgraceful slums oj1
our totem and raise the stand-
ards of Hi'ina fo include cleanli-
ness, health and self-respect.
His characters are as usual
the celebrities that have peopled
.....from the day$ o/ the
gloomy Dean Swift, who left
his tttOflfi IO found a lunatic
asylum "to show by one sar-
castic touch no nation needed
it so much," to Mrs. Bernard
Shaw. i.'tin left her money to
teach manners to Irishmen and
some say (they would in Dub-
lin) that, in spile of all his acu-
men, the man Jot whom li wot
prturipallp intended /ailed (u
see the sarcastic touch.
Then come the citizens that
Arnold Bennett would call Cards,
all with a rare individuality that
W as Irish as the Llffey. but uni-
versal in appeal.
At the author's request, the
book Is not for sale in the Repub-
lic of Ireland
This side of the Irish Channel,
where a man who does not have
his registration number off pat Is
In dally danger of being regarded
as an oddity and where orderli-
ness too often means ordinariness,
there Is always a welcome for a
book that deals with Cards.
Especially a book by classicist,
surgeon, one-time Senator
Oliver St John Gogartysurely
'he richest, ripest Card of them
By Joh Hope
DECISION IN GERMANY
Heinemann: Zis 5ZZ pane-
By Lueloa D Clay.
FAR from being accused or
.haltering American General
Clay will doubtless be criticised
for presenting nn account of his
stewardship as military governor
In Germany in the stilted style of
an adjutant instrucing his orderly
It would be highly desirable for
brass-hats everywhere to write
with the crystal clarity of n
Colonel Bernard Fergusson. There
being only one Fergusson, we must
ask, therefore, that such chroni-
clers should set about their tasks
minus heroics and personal pre-
judice. And here Clay, unlike
some of his contemporaries, suc-
With a painstaking thorough-
ness, the quiet-voiced general
that lead from the high hopes of
describes the tortuous processes
IMS, through the bitterness of the
Intervening years, to the establish-
ment of the present regime ln
He shows that at times the
Ovtn 'h ever-fearful (if a Ger-
many strong enough to threaten
the security of Francewere ns
difficult to deal with as the Rus-
sians. But for the failure of all
attempts at four-power control of
the post-war Reich his record
clearly lays the blame on the So-
In his four turbulent years In
Germany. Clay hnd to make
many decisions. But the greatest
decision still remains to be made
At the hagltilling he writes:
No lasting stability majy be
expected as long as 65,000.000
persons in the heart of Europe
are divided against their will.
And his final sentence:
WVsf German Government
cannot endutv Mhtf (he years
unless it Is taken back info fne
family of European nations who
DCneM (hat the rights of the
indirldual are too precious lo be
submerged in fhe .Stafe
Thus he leaves the ominous
hiatus in Europe 1950.
WINTER IS PAST
B> Kathleen NMke* Hutehtiuun
9a. mi Z3B pages
A DULL romance, but on In-
teresting guide book M.iv King-
dom Is a concert pianist and this
Is her love story. It is set against
:i background of the Swiss lakes.
Fortunately, the author likes to
show off her knowledge of
Europe. Everything is ingenious-
ly Introducedfrom mountains to
Winter couldn't pass qulc
(J lU'ie is this >car's most
luxurious publication The Sas-
nmm Chinas* Ivories. This three-
VOlUfnc work will cost IDS. Only
230 sets are lo be issued.
Subject is a collection of Chin-
ese ivory carvings assembled by
Sir Victor Sassoon over n period
of 12 years.
PaptC tu bg uaad adll bo hand-
made: the volumes hound In half-
i-cllum. with real nold lettering
# Man who composed that
canteen classicThe Shooting of
Dan McGrewis still at it. From
his home at Monte Carlo, Robert
W. Service, now 77, has sent his
publishers 100 new pieces. His
name for themRhymes ot a
# E. C. Bcntley's army of ad-
mirers will be glad to know that
the master has collected The Com-
plete Clerihews. Illustrations are
by G. K. Chesterton and E. C. B's
)) A first novel that will cause
utter at the Foreign Office is
John Appleby's Tin Trumpet at
Dawn. It tells what happens when
a group of Balkan revolutionaries
make their headquarters at the
British Consulate Shown the
script, a Government official said
"A British Consul wouldn't bc-
have like that old bou." To which
Hi.- author replied: "Bui wouldn't
if l- fun if he did. old boy."
# On the fall of France, Pierre
Clustennunn escaped to Join the
R.A.F. He won the DFC, com-
manded a wing. The war over,
he wrote a book about it. French
s.iles topped 450,000 copies. Now
Ihe English translation is prom-
ised for early next year. It Is
called; The Big Show.
iOvcr in the Isle of Wight
Priestley has lust completed
another novel. It Is in the man-
ner of The Good Companions
Title: Festival at Fairbridge.
# Family affair. Novelist
Daphne du Miuritr takes time off
from fiction to prepare book on
her grandfather. George. Pub-
lisher? Cousin Peter Davies.
9 How much has the public's
htsft altar.....Ince the beginning
of the century? We shall soon
knuw. Two favourite novels of
the Edwardian age Love's
Shadow and The Limitare to
make a bid for mid-centurv popu-
larity. Wilile knew the authoress,
Ada Leverwri, well: called her The
EDUCATION IN THE
ll> I-!. If. T.uitWh;
The solution of practically all of the many
problems in the Colonies lies in the field of
Is the right type of education being given
in the Colonies today? The question is being
answered unfortunately too much according
to varying political viewpoints. It has to be
said there are many obstacles to the spread
of educationlack of adequate schools to
cope with the increasing demands, a paucity
of qualified teachers, and shortage of equip-
ment are the major impediments.
In spite of these odds it can be generally
agreed that the Colonial Governments and
the Colonial Office have made and are mak-
ing remarkable efforts to translate their edu-
cational projects for the Colonies into
In Malaya, a grant for the establishment ot
a new Technical College has been approved.
In Jamaica, a University College for the
West Indies has been established; in West
Africa, two new University Colleges and two
Colleges of Arts, Crafts and Technology
have also been established in the Gold Coast
and Nigeria while in Sierra Leone. Fourah
Bay College (which is affiliated to Durham
University) has now opened a Teacher-1
Training Department in addition to its uni-I
vrisiiv academic courses. In the Sudan,
Gordon College provides courses to degree
tandard; likewise Makerere College in
All these Colleges are engaged in the
arduous but by no' means unprofitable task
of moulding the men and women who shall
steer the wheels of destiny in the Colonies
when they emerge to political maturity. Most
of these University Colleges have extra-
mural departments which deal with civic
studies, the arts and the problem of illiteracy.
But there are questions which must be
answered by those who formulate education-
al methods and policies in the Colonies. What
type of education should be given? Education
for what appreciation or production?
Should education as taught in the Colonies
be related to local histories, traditions and
environment? These are some of the ques-
tions now exercising the minds of those in
authority. They are faced today with unmis-
taken evidence of cultural renaissance in
West Africa and cultural evolution in the
A curious thing among the majority of
educated Colonials is that while they possess
a fairly sound knowledge of English or Euro-
pean history, they know little or nothing of
the history of their own countries. A distin-
guished Trinidadian, Dr. Eric Williams had
to confess recently ... "I had studied the
city states of ancient Greece .... but I had
barely heard of Jamaica. Martinique and
Cuba . History was not without honour
save that of one's own country."
Education in the Colonies must be related
to the social needs of the region. Elementary
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which should give all alike a traditional
background that will stimulate.
Monumental history is a stirring, vital
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the Colonies, every child-citizen should
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One of the ways in which civic spirit, pride
and patriotism must be born is in the sense
of historical continuity. The need Is for the
formation of local historical societies in the
various Colonial territories.
Such societies have a fascinating work
before them, in the collection of local records
and the preservation of old buildings in the
marking of historic sites. A knowledge of
local traditions, arts and music is a sound
basis for the promotion of a healthy national
spirit among Colonial peoples.
This is a task for the Colonial University
Colleges. It is also a challenge for Colonial
writers and artists who are uniquely quali-
fied to preserve their cultural heritage
through the medium of books, sculptures,
painting and music.
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To The Editor. The Advocate
Sift, H i-i for tho
p;tst fourkvn and a half years ill
the Let-ward Islands. I have more
than a passing interest in the wel-
fare of thofe fellow rWmi o| IJW
Caribbean I have lived in St
Kilts, in Antigua, and last of all,
in Anguilla. My kMWatdM >f
these islands should qualify me
U> speak a weird on be!.,.if
red In the rectal
1 noli- with the greatest pleasure
and satisfaction log nugntuccnt
response made by all Reiltt
ageneie* in Barbados to > C
appeal for help for Anti-
may I draw your attention to the
crying o*eib of little Anguilla
Whereas Barbuda is a .
: St. Kltti an
is not M < :
Recant lu*r revelveu front
Anguilla tell a -.m tale of whole-
sale devastation and human
misery beyond anything experi-
enced nilhi-i living momory
Jemima Hichardtoti who is 97
years old was heard uft?~ tho
storm to say. "I had B***t ex-
perienced a gale like thin one yet."
One wrilos "On Thursday Au-
gust 31, it wa- notified thai a gale
was travelling in our direction and
would reach Anguilla that eve-
ning. About midnight the gale
started from the north ami olev/
fmm that direction till 12 tWOB
next day. Much damage wai done.
Ai noon the wind abated and we
all thought the hurricane wo*
over. But at 12.45 p.m. th grind
ftufted to the South, that com-
pleted the ih-slrui tion. 0
houses were smashed to \ MaSM
and those which did not fall had
their roof* blown off a quarter of
house Ihat is not duiruSged
i';:iKim- our fear as we
(lid not know what the H
I- 1 prlaid. I pr.i>ni. I livmlilnl
give Joe sotn*
oaus to bar the shutters. The
wind took charge of mo und nearly
blew me into Ihe trees above tho
houae Holding on tu the houxl
I rushed inside as fast as 1 could.
Our house cracked. The fcun-
gles and galvanized sheets wen|
blown off. A portion of tho
kilchen went. Bui thank God.
we are alive."
The hurricane lasted till p.m.
the 1st of September mowing
down everything in its path.
Hundreds are homeless. Over
200 houses are wrecked. This la
a high percentage in a population
of 5.000 Another correspondent
writes: "I cannot tell you ot all
the destruction. It would lake a
day to write about it all. Kvei > -
one has suffered. Anguilla is
The West End Chapel (Ifttho-
dlst) fell. The hi
SctMrad In the Wi Kti school,
The East End School. The
I lirhf School and DM
East End Church On*
wii.u i antorad the Baal End
Schwl. and M Hat be**
cred wttiB whlla atNWU, 1 thought
I was in a hospital Parhaps
schools may not reopen tomorrow
because the* are the refuse of tho
Angulllans live chiefly by agri-
culture 't.K'k-raistng. fishing and
aea-lraduig. The land was swept
by the hurricane. There is hardly
a large tree left. Crops are ruined
Most of the live-stock were killed
even though they had been shel-
tered. All nshu.K craft were des-
troyed. Of the large Aotttla i <
Auguilliau acfaot nets which used
lo call at tWO Wast Indian post
only three ships are left the
"Ismay", the "War-pile" and Oio
"Prince". All others lik-.- the
"Excelsior", the "Dtfgj H" and
the "Rose Mill..
swept ashoiv .'i
and wrecked (>,i the raafl
Anguilla is MM well gnoam
than Antigua, I '*
likely to be forgotten. Bui their
i .: i
ail own ol
as lo do
hlVI the .air f.m '
that you have helped to alleviate
the distress of a gallant and stout-
May I suggest thai you operi an
Anguilla Hurricane Relief Fund,
and that you send any gifts of
money, food and clothing to the
f Anguilla. His address
His Worship Major W. D. Grier,
s: Kitls. e
Thanking you for your grariou*
favour and consideration.
WILLIAM B BHATHWA1TE
St Mark's Vicarage.
Scj.t IS, 1950.
Tu The Ecttor, Tin- ,ldeorefe
SIR, i hVa always board that a
stitch in hue aaeaa nine, and I
e that if loyalty and
patriotism artn more encouraged,
dd not be so much dls-
W* must not adopt a
'neither hot nor cold' attitude
we must either be Irue lo the
Rod, White and lllue. OT be
trauwn We are not as patriotic
as we should l>e. We must slamp
out Communism by rallying to
itether and remembering or count-
ing our blessings bestowed on us
by British and American heritage
This revival of Patriotism alone
will save. Long live Britain, long
To The Editor. The Adoocofe
sin This is ,i (Und messass* to
Droad Street people to kindly
lemember that this main street
and stores represent the island's
charm, and therefore no gaVorl
should be spared to impress others
from near and far of this fact. We
anxious to spat)
i.th, hut to show |
nf "pleasant memories."
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
FOR QUALITY AND BEAUTY
See our display und~ make
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TABLE BITTER In lui
COOKING mini: , u
MAROARIN'E in pkl
lOrp Cool with .
GOLD BRAID RUM.
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(III WOES A
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER H, 1*M
'pm. POLICE need fund* to run
1 the various Buys' Club* wid
because of thu they are having a
i ig ..rawing ii Sl per chance
"itie Ural urtxe will be a car. the
second a three speed cycle and
t/>e Ihird a watch.
Colonel Michel in told the
rate yesterday that the drawing
hat to raise funds for carrying
on the Boys' Cluba. Two of the
rew premises were rented and
tney needed funds to assist them
in paying the monthly rents. The
Clubs also needed to be furnished
"The more tickets you buy, the
better chance you have of win-
ning a car and also assisting
these unfortunate boys." Colonel
Tickets for the drawing are on
tale all over the Island.
NIMBI K TWO EDITION of
the Barbados Police Maga-
zine 1.1 now being sold. The maga-
dne contains a number of stories
contributed by members of the
Force and outsiders.
This edition also contains a
variety of pictures of many Police
uctivities. Funds from the sale of
these magazines go to the yearly
MR. T. 1 GOODMAN. Manager
of Castle Plantation, St1
Ptter. reported to the Police thai
about 10 a.m.. on Thursday,
Charles Sobers of Castle Tenantry
died in the field at the same plan-
flu body was removed to the
mortuary at District "E" where u
peat mortem examination was
performed by Dr. Kirton. Death
was attributed to natural causes
\F1RR at llothersal Tenantry.
St John, at about 1-00 a.m.
OH Thursday damaged . part of
the roof of a house belonging to
Jermaln Bennett of the same
address The house is 12 x 8 feet
and valued $150
ON MONDAY. September 18 at
8.IS p.m.. at the British Coun-
cil, "Wakofield", Miss Enid Rich-
ardson. Music Officer, will give a
lecture-recital on "Descriptive
Miss Richardson will talk on
tiusIc which is_dcscrlpt
Introduced To Bar
[cil 1 hi-1 day.
>t when I *'
/it Am A Fiddle'
My schooldays were the best
lays of my life. ll-yeair-oU Claire
nil of St. Matthias* Gap, Christ
.'hun-h told the ^dr-ticn*.
MEN AND WOMEN of all *alks of life taxi
sealing capacity of the; Town Hall to its utmost when peaesbai 16. law.
Mr George Bennett Niles was Introduced to the local Bat I-"1'
tn the Acting Attorney General. Mr. Frank field .mil
admitted by His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly-
more, to practice in all the Courts of this island yesteiiL.v
morning. Mr Field in making the urn -
THE moat striking impression
which 1 gathered during my visit
to England, both from private
conversation? and the frequetv
of mention in the Press ai
magazines, |g the rebirth of inter-
est in the colonies overseas. Mr.
L. Cozier. Acting Information
Officer, Caribbean Commissioner
told the "Advocate" yesterday.
He said that this was a far
healthier renaissance too. bearing
few traces of that imtaUng
Imperialism and bearing-thr-
whJte man's burden attitude
which was so annoying to British
citizens lucky enough to be born
In more equable climates than the
fogs of London or the soot of
Mr. Cozier who was in England
covering the cricket Test Matches
for Reuter' Ltd. was tntranslt on
the "Gascogne" for Trinidad yes-
He said that food in England
was cheap and he found that the
Governments policy to subsidise
foodstuff* and utility clothing wai
paying off considerably
Jewellery and cigarettes were
very expensive and a bottle of
rum cost 38/4 Fruit was plentiful
and delicious, but expensive
There was also plenty of poultry,
an adequate amount of eggs,
plenty of fish, but little meat.
What attracted a West Indian
in England he said, was the civic
pride which was obvious In all
the smaller towns. The Corpora-
tion ran things Ilk'
scenes in nature, places and per-
sonalities; music of mood and P* "d .P** ST.und
atmosphere; dramatic musics
music whirl- tells a story and
music which charncterlses hu-
mour and satire.
She will Illustrate hei talk al
the piano and with records from
the works Of Beethoven. Mendeu.-
tohn, Schumann, Dukes. Deliu*.
Debussy and Parry.
rpHE MOBILE CINEMA wiU as
-1 usual give five film show*
next week. The first will be a
private show at St. James' Alms-
house for the benefit of patients
On Tuesday night a show will
be given on Lammlngs pasture,
St. Thomas, for residents of the
Lammlngs and Mount Wilton area.
A performance will be given at
Black Bess School pasture, St.
Peter, on Wednesday and on
Thursday night at the Bay pas-
ture, St. Michael for the benefit
of residents of the Beckles and
Culloden Roads areas.
The final show of the week
will be given at St. Catherine's
School pasture for residents of the
St. Catherine's area. St Philip
A FRIENDLY CRICKET
MATCH will be played at
Pool at 1.00 p.m.. tomorrow be-
tween C. V. Rayslde's XI and a
team from St. Joseph.
Rayslde's team will be repre-
sented bv the following C. V.
Rayalde, (Captain 1. N. Atherlev.
(Vice-Captain). V. Fenty. Branch.
A Mason. O. Small. O. Estwlck.
Rollins. R. Gibson, E. W. Cave
nnd L. Cummins.
The parks were in first class
order and were well kept and the
gardens both private and public
were a beauty to watch. One
could not help noticing the Engr
Ushmsn's orderliness Queues. In
said, were an example of that.
What He Didn't Like
Asked the things he did not like
In England, he said one was the
cooking and anyone who gave
htm a boiled potato or green peas
before he had forgotten his
English experience, would be in
danger of grievous bodily harm.
Mr. Cozier said that the bomb-
ing in many of the towns was still
very apparent and the scars of
war were by no means obliterated
In Southampton the damage done
during the war must have been
colossal an there used lo be huge
While in Southampton he said
that he was very glad n> renew
acquaintance with Dr. Allan
Proverbs with whom he was In
the Sixth Form at Harrison Col-
lege 'He is practising In East-
lelgh, just outside Southampton.
and was very hospitable. He also
saw a lot of Mr. Louis Gal<
looked extremely well.
One Man's Poison
He had two friends In England
who were doing well as doctors.
one a member of Parliament and
a Socialist who disagreed with the
National Health Service Act.
while the other a confirmed Con
servative, thought It was a good
He said that he saw a good deal
of the West Indian students in
London and came away with
deep appreciation of the work
which was being done by lh>
British Council und the Wr.*t
lndi-n Students' Union
Beth those organisation*
could do with more funds and
he eauld no- help feeling that
It was a "tupid policy for the
Weal Indian Governments to
cmtribuU- money for schol-
rshipa without contributing
money collateral to the enter-
tainment and accommodation
of West Indian student* In
England: and he weald like
all legislators to give the mat-
ter aoaae attention. Either
glvt leas money on actual
echelarehlpa and the re-
msinder to their well being
In Enghusd, or additional
msney for the purpose.
Mr. Cozier said that he defin-
itely thought little of the English
penny press. He must stress the
word "penny" because paper.*
costing more than that amount
such as the "Timea", the "Man-
chester Giardlan" and thr
"Observer" were, he though!.
among the best In the world. but
the penny press arc nothing bo!
*----------.--------- -_ With regard to the cricket, he
years. But he has two children Rn-M^d the camaraderie among
in Glasgow and he will be return- ; tno (, BrlQ> the fine example set
ing to Scotland oh Tuesday. by John Goddard himself. H.
Mr T G. McKlnstry has been ^.a, lnat John waa very popula
iQi>i>ljited Commercial Manager wnh the boys and anv succes
and Mr. A W. MaUe. General tt^,|ch lhe team achieved espe-
.due ion told the Chief Judge th.it
Mr. Niles had started his caree
as a school teacher in 1930 am
had in 1940 joined the Labou:
Department of Barbados In 1940
he had proceeded to ihc Untied
Kingdom for a course in Indus-
trial Relations under the joint
auspices of the Colonial Office and
the Ministry of Labour and
Mr. Niles was admitted to the
Honourable Society of Grays Inn
in November 1946. He returned
to Barbados the same year and
under the wartime concessions
then obtaining, took part of his
Bar Examinations here Two
years later he returned to the
United Kingdom when* he com-
pleted his Bar Examinations, lit
illed to the Bar on June 2'
Valuable Civil Servant
With this background. Youi
flour". Mr Field -
Niles should prove a valuable
ntembcf of t!:e Civil Service. >f
he remains in 'he Service 1 pup*
pose now that he has joined th*
ranks of the Legal Profession he
wondering in which direction
his future career lies, .und whether
his services may not be utilised
to better advantage in some Gov-
ment Department for which
his legal training
t would counsel him, however,
not lo be over anxious, because
whatever post he (Ills in the Ser-
vice, he will find some opportunity
for displaying hi.- legal talents;
and experience gained. In what
ever direction, will prove vain
able should he subsequently fill
a legal post."
The Chief Judge said: "1 wel-
come you to the Bar of this Island
\flei < . .-i il .imis in the llihln
Service, as I know, by dint of
hard work and sound application.
you have achieved your worthy
ambition of being called to the
"I congratulate you on this, and
am confident that the knowledge
you have acquired, and the con-
tacts you have made abroad with
members of the Legal Profession
others, will stand you In
good stead In whatever sphere of
the Public Service your future lies.
If yielding to another tempta-
i you wish and dec de to
ictise at the Bar at some future
dale. 1 wish you every success
You are now entitled in practise
the various Courts of this
Mr. Niles reply it ik said "May
it please Your Honour. I should
like to thank Your Honour for
lhe warm welcome you have
extended to me this morn'ng In
admitting me to the Bar of Bar
"The liar of this colony has ;i
long history and a great tradition,
and I should consider ii an honour
to be numbered among its mem-
bers I a'so very much appreciate
the kind wishes expressed by Your
Honour In respect of my future.
"With Your Honour's permis-
sion I should also like to thank
the Learned Attorney General for
Introducing me in such eloquent
language. 1 shall also be grateful
for further permission to express
my appreciation of his very eulo-
I understand. Your Honour.
that i is unnecessary for me t<>
speak at Length. For my purl, I
am therefore content to pledge
myself lo uphold the traditions of
the Bar, and to maintain generally
the dignities of the Legal-Pro
"I thank Your Honour"
A sympathetic and an energetic
gentleman who will leave mem-
ories of his manliness, was the
description given yesterday after-
noon of Mr. A. S. Duncan, retired
General Manager of the Barbados
Telephone Company. He was being
presented with a gold clgarett-;
lighter at the Company's Office
by the workers of the outside staff
ai a token of their goodwlU.
Mr. C. G. Waldron. president of
the Telephone Workers' Union,
presented the cigarette lighter.
Mr. Duncan who is a Scotsman
served 15 years at the local tele-
phone company after he had work-
ed 2S years at the Constantinople
Telephone Company In Turkey.
Returns to Scotland
He is 7 years old. Thanking
the workers tor the gift, ha said
that he loved Barbados, the many
friends he had made here and the
workers who had served hlin so
faithfully throughout the many
asgaj Kir buggy In Mu
danhayi fro '.to &nJ
At that time she a*aS living la
school was ahoui a mil'
home The soru-
house with a lew bend i
everyone could not get a ssasl sgaj
joint of the children were forced
to sit on the floor.
Usually there was a rush for the
benches, so those who wanted to
sit on them had to arrive early
One day an American visited their
school and gave each of ;hem
shilling. She lost hers on her way
home while plavinj: wnli the other
Itill also remembers the 189*
storm which in her opinion was
the worst that ever struck this
island Gcst icu latin*, she said
that she remembered how small
n rooted up i>\ the wind
and some of the nouses In hW
neighbourhood damaged. Nearly
everybody lost valuable things
Today mil who has no relatives
alive hves v.ith v
She said that she feels as "fit as a
tlihlli" and reads the newspapers
without glasses. She feel- sure
will reach the 100 mark.
HUNDREDS OF SPIDERS!
AN INTERESTING rrrtnlffr' paper which appeared In
Nature of June 17 describes 224 species of spiders, ol
110 are new. and established 16 new i-em-ru Thi
dealt with lhe collections of West Indian Spiders now in
tha Museum <>i I'umpurativv Zoology at Harv-rd lTniver*n>
Barbados is , af the w*l
Indian island* Uiai contributed a1
number of specie* in tin- legal
Some of the specie* foui >l lo-
cally are: The large hairy spider,
which is known as the Flat-,
back Spider and makes ;, bite
as painful as tha scorpion. This
species is quite different from
the bird spider and not so black.
Other local spiders are The
Bird the laige brown tarantula.
the trap-door spider,
potted spider. CTBO BpidtT, cm-
mon house spider and long
Another paper in Nature dealt
with a group of Jamaican spiders
and includes a collection made bv
Dr. G W and Mrs E G Peck-
ham 50 years ago. This collection
is made up of 28 spent \ .
which are new. in 16 genera
These papeis. contributed to the
bulletin of the Museum of Com-
parative Zoology Harvard, hj Mi-..
Elizabeth Bryant, emphasise lhe
great opportunities awaiting eol-
i the area.
i the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday His Honour the Chief
Ji-dge. Sir Allan CoUymore, grant-
I thr petition of Herbert Neville
Rogers to the astaia 11 D.nri
Isolene Rogers, lute of Itocklev.
AIM. granted waa lhe petition
of Erie Mortimer Baacroft, to the
estate, of Mortimer Hilton Ban-
croft, late of Dayrells Road.
The petition of Mai i
Nurse to the estate of Pates; I'al-
terson, late of St. Michael, was
also panted, and so was that of
Mildred Pndmore to the estate of
Bowman Padmore. late of St Mi-
The wills of the following were
idmlttcd to probate William
Tbaddeus Malonay, lute of Christ
Church; Clarence Waterford
Thomas, late of St. James and
Florence Bailey, late of St. Joseph
THEIR Honours of the AisiM
ant Court of Appeal Mr. J W. II
thenery and Mr. H. A. Vaughn
conilrmcd a decision of loli.
Magistrate Mr. S. II. Nurse yes-
t'rduy. Mr Nurse had dlsmissci
OH its merits a case which U"
Parochial Treasurer ol SI. LttCJ
brought against Messrs. Robert
Thorn Ltd., alleging fiat he owea
tnal parish $28.00 for taxes. The
tuxes were In respect of a mall
Mr. E. K Wuleott was coun-
sel for Messrs. Robert Thorn 1-UI
The case for the defence Wal
that the profits on the van were
included in the overall profits ot
tr.e company and the company
had been already taxed in respect
of the profits from the trade in
St. Michael. The van was regis-
tered in St Lucy because the
Motor Vehicles and Rood Traffic
Atl required It to be registered
there, but it was not rateable in
Man Who Ate
At A Meal
By WILLIAM BROWN
One hundred and forty-four
years ago on September 8, 1806
died Britain's most picturesque
giant 8ft. 7in.-tall Patrick
totter, aged 46. and weighing 25
When this gawky, bewtgged
superman went walking In lam-
don streets he chose S a.m. to
avoid the gaping crowds who em-
barrassed him if he ventured out
in the daytime.
Even then, he would scare City
watchmen by taking off the tops
of street lamps to light his pipe.
And for a 10 wager he once
kissed a pretty young married
woman who was leaning out of an
upper window in Chenpside as he
Cotter's career as a nhow-freak
began at 18. when hut father
leased him to a Bristol showman
for three years at 50 a year.
He was soon exhibiting himself
and often made 10 a day.
Wearing a frock coat containing
enough material to clothe three
men. Cotter showed himself in
a "commodious room'* al No. II.
llavmarket. London, under tin-
ned name of O'Brien.
- advertising bills claimed he
was tho lineal descendant of an-
cient Irish kings all giants
Actually, he was the son of sect
poor parents of ordinary stature for
at K nsale. Co. Cork, and began
life as a bricklayer Hit, mother
lived to be a centenarian
Colter always slept in two
double beds placed together
He would eat 2e eggs, three
large leave*, and drink three
quarts t beer, milk or water
at a single meal.
Four enormous steaks ofti
failed to satisfy his hunger
WAKEEIELD". local head-
quarters f the Itritish Councl
../i.tli Is situated at WhitefaU
Road, should not be confused
Wttfa the W.,keli,-lif al l'mfoll
BaiMl thai was nvcntly taken
avei i -. the V M-t A
i The Y M ( AS Wakeflela"
v.a* formerly owned by Mr. O. R.
Qrannuaa, lather of Dr. F. N
(irannum. Senior Medical Officer.
The building stands in the cen-
tre of three aerc- of lafhtL It H
URCttlldad with wall with i-n-
ii.....> limn both lirecntteld ami
Many trull trees, such US gauva.
sugar apple, plum, banana etc.
are on the land. There too
to be found the mahogany, palm,
black willow, tamarined trees and
a vaiiety of others.
Now thai the Y.M.C.A. ha*
taken over all these trees will be,
rafnovejd The !>uilduig, because
i'.od In the centre of the
area chosen for the play in k BaatL
ill be ilcmoli-i.. '
Mr H H Williams. Secretary1
t I the V MCA told the Adverate
tii.it the> in pn sent making
preparations to move over their
headquarters lo "Union l-odgc.
g luYh .ol|olna -Wakelleld"
"UnlOfl Lodge" has been iisad.
It the Y U.C A 's hoslel sili.r Hi
purcha i In im Mr Winiame
said that lcmpor.il> arrangement"
ar,> being made lor the library,
music room, buffet, billiards room.
bit tennis room, and rooms for
other indoor games. Tin- biuaWdf
room is now situated in the sec-
tion that formerly housed lhe
B ihc Arts & Crafts Soci-
Bven available space is being
utilised in order to continue the
i M C V programme until the
budding programme for "Wake-
field Is completed. Owing to this
the sleeping accommodation is
not as great as formerly, as some
i 1 ihc rooms have to be used for
Large sheds at the back of
"Union Lodge", which were In a
mi'.v eonditlon. have 1-e.n PMM
vated and washed and now have
a tidy appearance These airy
rooms will tem|K>rarily aceommo
date the Scouts and table tennis
n and also another section
UP FOR A DRINK
When he was measured for
greatcoat In Edinburgh, a r.ft
tailor stood tiptoe on a chaii
and " " ------
Plant Superintendent, now that
Mr. Duncan has retired.
The other departments of the
Company will make their presen-
tation to Mr. Duncan to-day.
_ ally in Its oft the field relation-
ships was due to the popularity
of the caftain with his men.
A decision of Mr. C. L Walwyn.
Police Magistrate, was reversed
yesterday by Judge J. W. B. Chen-
ery and Judge H. A. Vaughan in
the Assistant Court or Appear
Their Honours fined Inez, Iris and
Hynacinlh Pierre 20/- each when
they were found guilty of assault-
ing lone Springer on June 6 last
year. Mr. Walwyn had dismissed
PIONCEg- LOADS SUGAR
Loading molasses and sugar at
this port yesterday was the SS
The Pioneer arrivo1 -
morning lo receive her car*
some of which was already await-
ing her in lighters it called
Of Bridge Is
WHEN the Chamberlain Bridge
i- swung, traffic coming from Bay
Street to lhe City and vice versa
has to cross by wav of the Victoria
On certain of these occasions
the Victoria Bridge cannot accom-
modate the amount of traffic and
often traffic jams result.
The Harbour Master told tho
"Advocate" yesterday that the
swinging of the bridge was always
done in such a way as to avoid as
much as possible, any dislocation
Shortly after he took up tha
post as Harbour Master, he tried
to solve the problem of traffic and
the swinging of the Bridge.
He was co-operating with tho
Commissioner of Police who had
asked him not to swing the Bridge
before 9. a.m., never between 11 j
a.m. and 12 noon, and to have the I
Bridge closed by 4 pjn. dally. The '
Commissioner of Police recom-
mended the swinging at a.m.
and around 3.15 p.m. because at
lb.-' Hmes tl.f-n- was the least
truffle of the day on the Bridge.
The breakfast hour from 11 a.m.
to 12 noon, and at 4 pm.. when
people are on their way home from
ork were considered tha bUaaast
hours for traffic on the bridge
The Harbour Master said that
Kcaslonally. the Bridge was
wung at other hours during the
lay for the convenience of ships
which had to use high tide for
going in or out of the Inner basin.
There were cases of emergency
whan It was swung at 0 a.m. or
around 5 p.m.
S "..r.tf. MYino Rirnh!'
R.I..T iB.W.1. r4><
i rmi cau-r.i
i inM>-r>i a. '"
____i Oeaat- Fes er i*i .
H S XiiOr. A D*V Phillip-. R v
vt. B L*a Moon. D B v-k
Mufcail-i V.Wr M DT Havm
hile lhe giant's arms rested Church
carelessly on the top of the rooi i
He-vi- ting Ireland by sea. he
had to sleep on deck: no hunk
was long or strong enough lo
hold his great bulk.
In laindon. as prosperity grew,
he drove in his own carriage,
which had a box sunk deep below
the bottom of the vehicle to
receive his legs and feet. He
wore size IS shoes.
Anatomists badly wanted to
dissect Cotter's body wher.
But he caeased this in
advance and left orders thai
he should He In a brlcked-uo
tomb with Iron bar-, al BrU-
Shorlly after midday yesterday,
over 15 carls with donkeys, mules
riil In. M-s surrounded the newli
made animal drinking trough a
Tlirv ensre already fed by theii
keepers nnd had not long refreshed
i draught of water
fiom the trounii Bonta Of lb'1
animals were from as far as Christ
.. ptaatar cast of it
hands was destroyed when tin
museum of the Royal College of
Surgeons was bUtSad
But you eon still ee there two
gloves Unl he actually wore
FOOTSOTF, OU-r giant* .r-
Mbifrd in London: 1'stu* Moch-
note. 9ff. *>*ins. Russian f19051;
Chami-Woo-Goo. *f'. 2in Chim*.
I199S): Von Bruited. *ff. No
while the majority
front the suburban districts of St
At regular Intervals .luring the
afternoon other animals refreshed
themselves at the trough.
Some of tha owners, of the
nimais loid the ''Advocate" that
thev verv much appreciated the
tion of the trough and were
taking full advantage of It.
They were more animals yes-
terday than the trough could ac-
commodate at one time, but there
was no rush and good order was
nan Swpt-mt-. mw
lnnl.f lOO llllO-li
O M Workman.
Mar rifrt (i'i'-r>r B(.
Merlins ul Housing Board
al Hi.311 am.
t'lmt, inii. no ihii- and
Second lllvbtlon t'rlekrl
various xroundu at 1.1*
Rllle Shoullng Government
i: "I- Rang* I 30 p.m
Folo. Garrison al 4.3U p.m
S ^S* wtjflfrz?&tt*&: frufT*^*
A breath of England comes to you
with these toilet articlei for men.
The unforjeuable fragrance o(
Mitcham Lavender from Surrey
lanet.. .captured by Potter and
Moore with a process o' dittlllat
perfected over two hundred years.
AftOI lour davs of dry docking,
..] Nina ru lying in the
Careenage yesterday made fast to
Hie I'ki Head No mon- o.o-..
and barnacles lined lhe
bottom of the vessel but a bright
coal of red paint
The upper part of the hull was
till dull, having been bleached by
the sun and rain during its two
vears of Inactivity la the inner
basin This will be painted either
in tin (aieenage or al anchorage
oft the Holetnwn Dock Yards,
i^< vassal was built.
With the masts up and other re-
novations made, the "Nina" Is ex-
pected to look like a new ship
'#?*; / /
HtRE IS YOURS
laataSj Hand Mirror*.
Belts Lou Powder Pun*
i uii.li Nippers
Shadea (wide variety)
4 on way ('ameraN
Flasks I and ? pi
PlaUgnum Hall Point Pen
Ameaan for Bleeding Gun
KMIiHIS Un.-Phoenix I'harmai-y
part of the world
... this is the surest sign
of excellence in a bicycle
The Humbcr trademark is tout
guarantee ol Umng quality, line
appearance and unrivalled
ircngih The World* leading
quality fasB*dl carries ihii mark
\ Tftm Arittorrat / alt IliVvc/ea
i-ui.i. it i w.#
siw.es ix STOCK.
Hi I* NT l|
tin Sal.- at BOOKER'S (B'd.rsl Drug Stores
irrom Our Osin Corrsspoiwlvni
The Bishop of Jamaica, the Itt
Rev. Basil Montagu Dale, has ap-
pealed to Christian Church mem-
bers throughout the Island to sup-
port two funds; (1) the Antigua
Hurricane Belief Fund started bv
the -Daily Gleaner", and (2) -
DtM fund which he started to pro-
vide assistance for slum dwellers
in Western Kingston.
The last appeal follows a tour
i f the slum areas which lhe Bishop
made at the invitation of Coun-
cillor Wills O. Isaacs. M.H.R.. Act-
ing Mayor of Kings*
OF RICE COME
Two thousand bags of rice from
British Guiana arrived in the j
island vesterdav by the schooner
"Phili|. H Davidson". The "David-
" also brought supplies of fire-
wood, charcoal, wallabe poles and
posts and crude cocoanut oil.
The Daerwood" which called
from Si Luda, landed fresh fruit,
i'ocoanuts and charcoal. Also ar-
si Laxta area the,
MleTrlni S" with an (.ddi-
tlonal supply of charcoal and
fresh fruit along with 291 bags of
.16.W.\ 01 STOCl ...
iwi/.i/..', roil ix)
Jiic loon S Co. LM.
MATTING RI'GH 11 Ins x 51 in* each
3g in- x It Ins each
RJBJ MATS for I>oerways. etc varlaita shwo.
IllDlliiOM HI OS 2B ins. x H ln each........
3 ft x ft each.......... $17 5>
DKAYVING KOOM V \RPETK 1\t tt. x t t\- ISA It
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12 & U BKOAD STREKT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, lM
BY CARL ANDERSON
rpiIEI R good looka tell you they V just right.
You know, too, when you look at the price
tag, that you can't get finer value. Illustrated
io a Black Patent Oxford. Tied to every pair
in the John White Guarantee Shieldthe sign
which means juat right '1 Look for it in
leading store* in Barbados.
means made just right J
Large, medium and small ilia Tina
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
Th. aa mil) womn aa mn Mr-
(r Pi I MMth Blood Pmbu*. hkh
Bar MbUN) Btaod Pi
aCout taa Mm* ot i_'ii"(* ot IJf
,. , Ufa aad
i hoart (roil baa
tuaa or miKh iiwH (in u a a*
_ __ ... o(aari>l>iK lro*aa. I'urn-
rm-o ..n>p.om. Of llih Ulood Pras-
r* arc Ntrvauanraa. haHarh*i !
lap and bath erf hrad aad above eyca.
VHturc In *d. dliclnoaa. abort
breath, palna la tiart. palpitation,
poor ilaop. loaaot "
.....i> ... n.-l d
, (aar and worry It you
II igta i.v
I'raaaur* with tha Ar -
tavy !...-.! T ".- h
Il la coa
a r.w My*.
in i today.
>ou (Ml 01
WE CAN SUPPLY
_ Pulled Whnt,
Bill lad Oau
Tin* K..ll#d Oats.
I'kaa Icing Huar.
Tina Paiani Barley
,. Seed Bar>y
Duffs CMatard Powda
Slab* ol Bacon
Tin* Oatall Soup.
BarhakM par tb
STUART & SAMPSON
IKodquartern (or Beit Bum.
LISTERINE Antiseptic answer* so
'many needs in, ihe home ihai n uriIJ
be justifiably tailed 'the link Duciofl
MINOI CUTS. gUINS AND
SCaATCHM tlSlPKIKI Ami-
tepticit an invaluable tlejniifitf
COIDS AND SOU TH10AT
dangerous bactrria . tetievci
throat irritation Jue so coldY
INSKT mil tlCKlY HIAT
AND SIMPlt SKIM lllllATrONS
Soothing, jiii. I liTMUM
Antieepti< ii aoodertul relief
- comes out
in the flavour!
And what goes in ? Why. pure
BDgar. wheat, fresh egga and butler-
together with the experience that
haa made Huntlry and Palmer* famous the
whole world over. So many thrilling
varietie* to choose fromlusciously, til led
' Custard Creams and Reading Cn-ams ',
meJUngly delicious Shortcake ... all
Ts.fre*b,ae*led in tins and \ lb. r'rtihpakt-
FOI YOUR MIATH .. Regular
rarejing nh uMiaini Ami-
vptic iuvim you ot a iweai.
' t- -. 11 breath... destroyi mouth
QdOf of non-iiitemle origio.
is a triumph!
It's the only pen
NIW KJTOJIU PlLLia
NIW iNK-ftOW GO VIS. NO*
NIW PlbCLAU MHRVOat
niw viini ink tumr
aW 4 other great a/uvn
Tm I'.i.n "51" sss always I
the world* moat parfett pen. Now-
here, a i riurnph- with ihe treat new
Aero-metrH Ink System, ihe NEW
Parker "SI" it even liner, mom
desirable ihjji ever before.
That AsttMnetrtc Ink Sysum n (ha
peatest cvei oniwd. In ahotly new.
Hicntitic method of draaing in. stor-
ins. tsrcgtiarding and rescuing ink
fives ihe moH ssuUiVtory pan par-
forrtunce ever known.
Handle tlm beauuful pea... aojoy
if arnoossi (AkAHr aclum you'U
long lo own one... and dw one. loo.
as a special present.
Price with Rolled Gold Cap .. $25.77
,. Lustraloy Cap .. .. $21.18
A. S. BRYDEN St SONS (Barbados) Ltd.,
P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown.
HUNTLEY & PALMERS
aOINTi i. s. kk.Li. a co. LTD..
and nutritious i
' o box in, nociiomii
They're new...theyre modepn..;
they're Nuffield Products
GOWLEY VAN and
Thase bi| oapaolry modem vehicles have the noiah sod refinements of
Ihe hish performance cnsinehaibeen Jcusnedforeconomy.dependaSDBtrf
and long life. Good accesiibibty fBoliiates rruinlenance and serviting.
Hasyio load and unload. Torsion bar independent front wheel ipnnging.
Ciear change on steering column. Four-speed gear box. Lockheed hydraulic
brakes ana many other modern automobile engineering advances.
Available as a complete an, complete ptcE-up, or disssis with ess.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Diitributor. Phone 4504
SATURDAY. SEFTEMBEB 1*. IsM,
C\H Ford iH I!
r in carcltant
DODGF CAB-M-ISI OBrr. IP _. _
In tlie Secretary, Barbados TiPfB*e.
Co Ltd M t *-*.
OPB. KADrTT CAB M ** m
perfect j-hir order, always own*'
dr.vr-i Applv O t SmlUi. Kaaaalns-
tor. New Howl. Fontabelle. u. 1 .
TUXK r..id VI TpjoK Id poo* work-
ins orator Offer, in wrltin* to tiw Becre
larv lirDMi" Telephone Co, Ud
VANI* horae power Austin Van In
perfect workina: ord*r Apply D V
eott at Co wniti'iu ui.: MM
CEILING FANSWith OB- diameter
Blade* only lew *" Dul MTI. Da
Costa Co, Lid Electrical DM.
model two year* old in
uilMm Apply Elaetrlc S
It cub ft
la B SO In
_____I Iar*trlc Bcfncrralor* ]i
, Dial Mil Da Coala Co Lid
Fledrtcal Dept IS B SOSri.
RADIO One 111 Murpny I lube Bad In
In perfect ordar PSone SXB
II 10 Sri
"HAKBTOW" Harwell Coejt. Pulr*
Furnish** All aao
Available iron, lat kf<
umciaVTw very I
iBaSalra la Ma a *i-.
ROOM-One f. unladed. Urge, root
pom at aM AJt. Rarhaaond Oap IHai
W 11 S M lip
TANOUN laathiaoM. Bathabeba.
Odobar onward*, manthly or ether-
vise, ) double fcedruaeaa witn aii-a-ie
liimmoni badsteeda. children, room, dm-
ins room and lounge Ha.r1der.ler.
WB J7 lao_i I n
'aitle-aaft-Sor the rnoe.tr.
December, IBS*, ami car
r IMI Thrm houae > >U
ne flUH or KKI for In
ii f m- m
- ft,.re liaaji
WASHING MAtlllNF-t-B-ndlx Elec-
itte Waaruna machines- The beat by Pay
leal Bee them at Da Coata Co., Ltd.
Flectr.cal Dept Dial MTI If SOIn
WATF.B HEATF.BS By Rant. High
PtPaaure Tvpe 5. II. IS. 30 te Gallon
and special Bathroom type. Dial HOT! Da
C/Mta a, Co Ltd. Elecli
Ci IW 1
I Gurrnaey Co*
milk dally. A. W
II* SO In
COHN' CORN! CORN: Give vour
poultry a Treat Fresh Dried Indian
Corn Ready Shelled Griffith-. Borkiey.
ChM.t Church 13 |0 n
_____IS Thirty ii Covered
Clear Glaaa Damljohn* 114 Gala Capa-
city Rum Dealer, ahould be Inlerea-
aVkateln Broe 10 V 10On.
SEALED TINDERS will be re-
ceived at the Hospital up to 12
o'clock Boon on Wednesday. JOth
StptembeT. 19*0. fur supplying
articles In the folio wing line* for
a period of six months from 1st
(1) FRESH BREAD
(3) COFFINS, and providing
HEARSE for the burial of
the dead at the West bury
(4) PURE FRESH Mil K
Form* for iho respective ten-
ders will be supplied on applica-
tion to the Secretary of the Gen-
era) Hospital und tender* will not
Dt iiile.-t-iritd except they art? 011
forms supplied by the General
I All articles furnished shall be,
I of the best quality and be subject
'to the approval of the Medical
j Superintendent whose decision
(shall be final In regard thereto.
j Persons tendering most submit
[at the time of tendering letters
j from two other prrssns known to
1 poasrsa property, ex pressing their
v. Illlninrwo to hernmc bound as
suretlea far the fniniatient of the
Terms of contract and any fur-
ther particulars may be obtained
mi application at the General
B-dot Dye A Lat
''" "' Leaeee < ..>..,....,.
Canon M. F.. Farquhai told
packed congregation at St. Paul
Church. San Fernando, Ih-
"never before in The history of
Trinidad has there been such a
majority of unworthy persona
ottering themselves to the elector-
ate" He added that "unless there
is a moment of God's Intervention.
we are going to pass through a
time of chaos for the next five
proprietor in Port-of-Spain, hay
emphatically denied that he u
supporting the candidature of his
nephew Mr Raymond Hamcl-
Smilh, Barrister-at-Law. and
President of the Trinidad Labour
Said he, 111 a letter addressed
to the Port-of-Spa in papers. "I
Wish to state unreservedly, that I
do oot support this particular can-
didate for political honours. The
reason u. that I do nnl now. and
nevfjr have in fact, been a sup-
porter of the political Vat*
convictions of which Mr
mond Hamel-Smith i>
..1 itr Oreaa BJ I
Mptaa iin Kit 1 11 it
...h H.U Kindl. leal H.
mi." I KAT1 ui>\i I PI
*r Per., Oreaa (heaaatra
BatrilBaW*irNT >N ,A1 K
ass B>lena Thi. Inrtipttun
CANASTA GAMES AND
BOOK OF RULES
n-OWEK GLASS l,n,
\ Christian Science I
Public Official Sale
M.u. for m., i/NtTED KINGDOM and
AMSTEItlMM by tile B S "WillemalaJ
I be cloard at Ihr General F.wt OfKr*
follow Parcel Hall at II noon Bea
Mail at 1 p.11 and Ordinary Mail
HOUSE Zns-llali Family require* Hon.r
<> rent, one or iwp yean, St John. S-
oaept. Bt. Oeora-e. St Philip Wrlie
W( U to Advocate Co
will be a
1 day of September
r I o'clock in thi
Id at my office U
for any >nm rw*
STAMI-S Urd and Mint Poalose
Stamp, of IUrtd. and other I.land- of
the B.W.I., Cunaeaa and Arwba. iw.t
Pflce. n.lil at Caribbean Stamp Soeietv.
No. 10 Swan Street. IS SS-ln
FISHING BOAT-named -The Hops-
way" lenalh B ft In Bootl conaitlon. no
ri>annablr oBei refuted aAin.lv to Mr.
Elkanah Maaon Fail Point. St Philip
________________________________II 9 SOIn
GAi.VANisrj* siraarrs M gaaaa. In
T. B. 9 and 10 feat lensiha. Enquire
AUTO TVBX COMPANY. Trafaiaar
Street. Flxmm SSM IS sa t I n
WATCH-One Hi Ladte.* Buievia Waitn
with the No llfrrfSrS at the ha**, between
Mount Wilton and Bloomafcury road
Flndei will be rewarded nn retuinlnv to
Mr. Harold Bu
IS B SI In
lamina about I Rood.. IS Pcrchr. at
AlSrurtroBg VUlaae- aituate In the Pariah
< SI Michael buttine; and boundina
on Unda of John Lewia. of John Cal-
i.f one Manning, of Joaepn Maycock
rnd on a road In common loadtns to
11.- public ruad tcasether wllh the
mniuasr or Dwalllna Houaaa. Bulldinia.
arc appraiaed aa foTlowi: -
The whole properly apprataed ;
THftUDE HVNDHXD AND F.HJHTY
TIUUU DOUAM ANI> THITV-
TltrSEE TENTS .Il 33>
Attached from EUODit ST CLATB
I-FWIS MM and toward, aaiufactlon
the him >i
MaHa to. MAHT1NHJUE. ._
ST 1 H(HX ST THOMAS, NEW
'Fort Townahend" will be
d al the Geneial Pi..t (Mil,.- aa fol-
Parcel Mall at It noon. Beaiaterrd
p in on the lain September. ISM
RAFFLE IU.KIK.S M..I... Minor
Mi to, Cat : Tl. M-. No* SMS m
and H -33tn are loal
viu.dri.wn from the raffle on ISth
-,;.(.-, M 11 9 In
drap In and
eee the lively aaaortmenl
Oin Pren.ium. In Silver
rpNS now available lo
hanae for that uart ol the label Indicaf
ins weight Th.M- who are not al prearnt
nalna Llpton'a Tea are alu> mvlled la -<
the sift- and ..Main a free aampl' of ira
at the tame time. John F Hutaon Ltd
II f SO3n
One hand operated BACON BLICING
MACHTNB. Apply V. Brotl At Co .
I-'d WHlcpnrk 13JJO1 f n.
PKAM l...*e twin
Inf hood Apply Mm.
with t. l.t
BrXVIIin AI-BtTMB for 10-Inch and tor
Il-lnch and carrylnf caaaa for 10-tnch
record a, and we haee the rerord* loo
A. BARNaW CO. LTD
Mr I sot f n.
MO g.llona. Can
Foundry Dock Yai
YAWL Tripkla" apprrrx J1H (eel
lone* wllh Gray Marine enflna Good
S3.000 a barsaln. Apply
Edward a Phone SSJO
IS 11 .' i F
The Land Acquisition Act.
tNolK-e required by Section *.<
NOTU* i< nareby flv*n (hat ll appear*
t.. the Oovarnor-ln-becutive Committee
rial the land, deacruaed In the Schedule
ereto and aituat* at Eafle Hall in the
partah of Saint Michael in in* laland
> Barbadoa are likely lo be naaded
loi purpoaea which In Ihe* oplnaen of
Ihe Qovernor-ln-atHevullvw Committee
are public purpoan. namely for a du-
ll l.t market
aix THAT certain parcel of land
'pan of the tenantry land* of a place
.allcl BtMtVIOOl vaMlalnlng by eatlma-
llon 1S.S70 aqua re feet Boundlna; on other
land* of the aam tenantry on a private
"*!*> flltren fee* wide on Haifle H-il
and Bank Hall Croaw Road, aald to b-
in Ihe ownerahlp af Honourable Mm
Dated Ihla fourtaenlh da' of September.
ISM at the Jtibiic niilldlnau Ike CRv
nf Brldfe-own m the Inland of Barbadoa
E J PETRUT.
PUBLIC SAM S
The public are hereby wantri
Kivtim credit to mv wife
INNISR mer SA NT)IPOHn ...
hold my*Mf prapon>ible for het
ontracUna any debt
.'Itmed by 1
by a wrt
1 HI in. INNIaH.
The public are hereby warned nsaln.l
King credit to mv wife GFJTRflW
YARD mee WIId.IAMR. M I do not
hokt mr**H reaponUMe for her or
anyon* elr* contractlne an. debt or
debt, in my name unlea* by a written
order alfned by tna.
Si. Mar 1111.
public are hereby warned afemat
credit to my irtfa Alberlha Mc
nae Sarseant' a- I do not hold
leeponallile for her or anyone
Of.tractinif ant dobt or debt, in
Sfd Ivan McCie
Hy In.lrurllon. received fro.
General llop!tal I will aet up f,
'y public Auction al their vai
Thursday tii. beafinnlris at 1J|
lit followh>f article.
, Deposit I
T T HftADLXY.
Provoet Marshal. Office.
Ilth September IBM
is t saan.
IS HEBCBY GIVBN thai II la the
-trillion of Elite Bratliwalte of Kirton.
In Ihe pariah ol Salnl Philip In this
Island, Widow of Benjamin Brethwalte.
|pts of Has luand decaaerd. lo make
application lo the Colonial Treasurer ol
this Island lo withdraw from Ihe Public
iwmnbe. ISM. the sum ol Thirty-one
ci'Uara and Ihirtyone rents betna the
amount awld kalo ihe PwMar Treaauqy
I. Ihe Provost Marahal of thla laland
.nd being money due to the Estate of
I'n said Benjamin Hrathwalte. deceased
Dated thla ISth day of fterrtniilari.
CAKMtNUTON .' SEALY.
Solicitor, for the Ai^m- IM
"Oltll NEWTON a
At fl.l'B BOVAJ-
II vili SANDS. CH CH
ADMISSION m I -
M Bv Arnold Meenwetl in"
Hla Liltle Meanles
Added Attraction The
M.llon Quartet If a calyp-o
S TTtANSI-OWTATIiaN From
si I \Ks ,.T.d SNACKS
CTvrt throuihoul Ihr nlghl
are buying IM
told Iron mete* cases.
1ST FLOOR. IUWIN R SONS
1 Broad Ktieen
Hour*. : 10 a.m.1 p.m.
10 a in 12 o'cloc*
\l thla ak-on ihs BIM* and
Uaa I'hiKtian science tr.i book,
talawc. aid Bran. ... ft... 1,
U -..,..,., Si MAPI MA1.SB
nut .>.-> ha read, borrows,
or pun.li BSSj
a Viiiton Are Welcome
THE SEA DECKERS
Under the Manasren'nt of the
. HILDBJ-.S ,,. ,iiwi, 1
<"I"S g .
Iksnc.ng BNaP B p in
It poaseaaea a frairanre that
Ask >iiur itealrr for it. r
THE BOIIW B\i
UiiNTSBAI. ALSTBAI.IA NIB S
LAMP USE I 'Ml.,1.
** -port waujNtrrtiN sfa>1rM
1 11 a adv. Paptaaahar ZTUi
OLOUCBBTaW" sails harman
1 August list. Adrlaldr Scptrmber IHh,
soplemoer ISth Melbourna
iKlbe, BBB Mils tag at Bar
..... veeaela have ample space foi
11.lied hard Irolan and general caigv.
Caraw accepted on through bin
-.11.|i with lianshlpmenl at
Im barbadoa. B.m.h Uulana
1 l.rd I.Unds
: irUMS partUutar. ,
rtmirni wmiv a co im.
The MV. Ua.-;
will accept Cargo and P-
sengert f*n Bl 1
Vincent. Crt-nada and Aru-
ba. Sailing Sumlay lllh.
BVil, Stliu.ili.r OBBfatd
Asm. line I
lei Nn, t4:
!^ HARRISON LIME
OUTWARD MOM THE UNITED KINGDOM
SUC. AH .
PURPLE GRAPES \%-
Ifor cake ornamenting)
ll K 1 IIFKEI
A. I lb
EXTRAS BAHRATS, Bugand ALMONDS, 1X)LLY POPS
Enrrriae Boc* B4r. 1-1 dog
n Horg" Hair. Hi Glaas-door ctapbaardi,
IB Iron Cradlaa. i3Si Tron lledMradi
141 (in- Ranaaa. fit Bleclrv Mi.n
Aeaorted Mattreaaea. i|. Bakelllr
Cuniainrr. r I > Gardanar'i Hut, Let Tapa
and W. C Bella' 1 Daclrlc Slanllrer.
Ill Vegetable Sleamrr. <)i Iron Chain.
''I8*!? J1""" PrU' "' " B""INer
111. Soda Water Syphon Bottles. Ill
Barferol Caafc. Ill X-Rav Tube. Ill
OaU-d Iron Vantllalora. Bag. of Surgi-
e-il Inetrumanu. 131 Steam Kettles.
Ill Dreaaing Trnllaff. Hi Small Glaaa-
toor Cupboard. I^ita of Doors and
Windows, i7t Trnllrv Feeding Table.
it- Wheel Chair and aoveral other
llenu. of Interest
D'ARCV A SCOTT.
VACANT POST OF AB8I8TANT LIVESTOCK OFFICER
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE.
Application* are invited for the post of Assistant Livestock Officer.
Department Department of Science und Agriculture, lijrbadns Only
applicants who are experienced In livestock management will be con-
ildered The post li pefjatcaaablc and carries salary on the scale of
$2,160 x 1120$2,880. The holder will be required to reside in quar-
ters provided at the Central Livestock Station
2. Applications, mentioning the numes of two referees, should
he addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Bridgetown, and should
reach him not later than 2Srd September, 1930.
t. Further details will he supplied on request.
Thla School will reopen on Tueed
the ISth of September at 30 at
New pupil* will be Interviewed
Monday Ihe ISIh at 9 30 a m
nted from October
ist an Acting
St Lucy Salary according to Secondary
Applications with teatlmonlaU will he
received by the Heedmaeter up to Sep-
trmber I I0~4n
Are you Intereaied In owning your own
homeT If ao. Now la ynur chance You
can pay down part of the cost and the
talance can be paid monthly Make
an appointment gru*. overlook the fol-
III Sm.ll property at Hart. Gap railed
Ol House at Martlndalea Road
<)i PTnperty at My Lord's Hill
4i Property al the Iwr Road
UghUoot a Lana, with water
TENDERS FOR Till. SUPPLY OF
Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the
hree months beginning on the 1st of October. 1960, to the following
I other* I
For term* and condition, aee D-Arc
Scott. Magailne Lane D*A>ry A
Scott of Magagln* Lane oarers ever
of individual a houae- or proper!
*"" IJ.S San. W.S.I
The undertlgnsd will he
a" Ihrlr OfBca Nor
Prldgetown, on Frld^,. _
September ISM. the Sugar Work, plan-
l-ANE VAIJt and MAXWTIJ-S. Chri^
Chureh. conlalnlng together hy erlima-
t.o I SB ACRPB
ACREAGE In Plant Cane* 34'i
The Autumn Tarn, of the Lodge School
open* on Tuead-y the lain of Septem-
ber. IM0 at S IS a m
New boy. who have not been already
esamlnod ahould present ihcm-rlve. foe
ii,e Enuame EUamlnatkin on Mondav.
'he ISth of September at 10 o'clock am
CYRIL E ITOL'TF..
Ooveniing Bodi .
()WINn to repair* at pr> srnt beln|
erfeeted to the Christ Church **
Foundation School next lerrn will rafeji'
on Tueedaj- Pith September, inrteod oj
the ISth of September
No new pupil. wUI bo admitted
W M AlrTROBUS
eety Oov Body. Boys' rtnindaUot
School. Ch Ch
C. S. HERKES
C< rtmed Tea*
P O Bo* IBs.
will also be sold with the sa;
Plantatlona One Dodge Motor Lorry. 1
M.:.l. Cow*. I Mule and I small I-wh. '
furthrr paHlculara are] condlll
p apply to the underelgned -
COTT1J; CATFORD fj CO..
fltOPEBTY -1,111 14
! small haim thereon
Intiotii Mill House* tngy
-l>atel> Same may be
M Id H Douahtv. Brit
errm and rood I lion, of
Gilbert Millar, Fltts Villa
1. of Und with
I be purrhaaed
wen b* *ppl>-
lion. IMI "
. S& Jame.
When you order from
THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
we deliver by Motor Van
(-iiiiii-r of Rroad uml Tudm I
< I 1
M In. isCta I.
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Oloass lu Barbados
MSB OBLSArfe ajaaj aeaj
\om 1 to i 11 .imn v
HM.IIUA.S IM) O IJII IIS
11 Board and aaattsglig
Hoias* ie x v 'front' SB n 10 ibarki
m . -thed ronfi .it lated In SI
l^wrence. oppoalte Ward** Drug Store
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Pel*' No raaannakee offer refuaed
IS M In
Board B Shinslea
M II Sitiiaieo
To be lenwived when
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MO'* Oie i|
at Daweon* Boad
bought Apply B
1 AMI Seven separate parcel* of land
in the pariah of Saint Andrew belonging
la Ihe Estate of Ike lat* Mr A H
Eaaty and mtallawf about M srrre
For full r*rtsrulM* apply I.. Mr
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Andrew a SOan
Sweet poutoesapproximately V.000 lbs. j
month at governed by the number nf pfaV*
oners, to he delivered twice weekly at the
prison in proportionate* amounts
Sweet potatoes--approximately 5.000 lbs a
week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital
twice weekly In proportionate amounts.
LasareUo: Sweet potatoesapproximately 400 lbs. a
week, delivexad twice weekly aa ordered
2. Tenders should show the pries per 100 lbs. at which each of
the abovemenlioned commodities will be delivered at the Institution
iinc*TTied during each month of the period from the 1st of OrUnVf
to the Slat of December, 1950.
3 Tenders should be forwaidpd in sealed epvelppes addrrw!
to the Colonial Secretory (and not to any officer by name; so as tc
reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 4 p.m. on Wednrs-
uay the 20lh of September, 1B50. Th envelopes should be rlemly
marked"Tenders for ground provliiom".
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Hospital and the Lazaretto
5 The Government does not bind Itself to accept the loweM ol
WANTED TO RENT: w.th operators:-
TWO OR THREE ROAD ROLLERS
FROM 4 TONS TO 8 TONS FOR
A PERIOD OF AT LEAST ONE MONTH
NSB Y'IBB a.iBVirs
r (1 THU1JN" 1 i September '
nYFionn" 3rd Ortnbr.
. h \HiiA I'AllTNFJI -.-.ikbei puIi, R.ipt.ii.1... Mi
v s A1A.IA 1 I'-IM 1 OatoBer Bh
SOB tlllltll MB Baibad.'..
. BBSBBl To* hi LsrM enc* B. vet fofU
Thas. PBBBli have limited pasa*nai*r accornmodaUon
- \u.\u\ i-i.i h'fuT'i
:il.M. BBTATC ACKNTAUCTIONIEII SURVEYOR
raoNi mso o puurrAiioNa BUILDING
Attention is drawn to the Defenee (Control of Drug and Patei.t
and Proprtetary Medicine Prices) OraVr. 1950. No. 7 which will be
publithed in the Official Gazette of Monday Ilth September. 150
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of "Carten
Liver Pills" Is as follows:
Carters Uver Pills
Ilth September, IN*
I'NIT OF SALE
*'/'/ EnlvrtainnifI llrirt'
FOR ONE WEEK
TO-XIVHT at 8.M
i HOUR STAGE KNTF.RTAINMENT
MADAM TIAM FOOK and SYD VANDEK I.YDE in
\ QBAND VAKIKTY KNTEKTAINMENT of Ihe hi((h-
el ordf r .Ions wilh M.
"THEY PASS THIS WAY"
JOEL MACREA FRANCIS DEE
itGJIBtT TAYLOR -*LANA TURNKH
,V. ;.i hi i'i| U) lei "ti know when
IU0ARBD Al moms (with Dlo
PltENCfl I' tNDANTg
(CfBSUI I al flVtd
Thev are here now Itione 4514
On the Main Ro
16 y '*
HIE STANDARD VANGUARD
W.lch Thi. Sp.Cf For furthrr PBOGBAMMBI
THE FAMILY CAR POPULAR EVEHYWHEKK
6o h.p. 6 sealer saloon
THE STANDARD 12 cwl. VU K-l M
I III VIAMIAHII oniviin VMM
The bt-st value in I heir .lav- lttLi\
Se* llicm at -
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950, LTD.
SATUBDAV. SEPTEMBER It, 1S0
Stop All Of This
(Bv Our Ixtndun Correspondent)
I'M Kfiim,; m.in- than a liltle sick of the people who
have nothing to do hui to slam the sport of boxing
Oonl -r.il -f ht ii crll cm Ol 0 Kelly a* lough a heavyweight
sssse >' I fhi 'a* you could want to see, but not
Uoodness know rva '<> meet, in the ring.
iinu about thrni' Con O'Kelly Is a priest now. and
their knees *nrl Nature he helps the youngsters of his par-
GEORGETOWN Ii (,
Trinidad Won both |
i d McDntiald WD
n Redwin and Ivan Phll-
scts each bator* the largest crowd
mI tin- toum.iiiirnt .it Georgetown
Cricket Club Lawns.
Treating the crowd to ;IM cxhibl-
if) unaquajled ..,
Tar. Jin H<> won frltj
4. 6- :t and I l.m the score.
Of Indk affon Of the play.
Rcdwhi fimgiit Krfilantlv to the
K-h.-md und (ore-
arm drives were bMuttfuH) aaa>
cuted. On more than one occa-
ston, Mi drtvts .-ic-ross the court
left Ho baatan :ill over, but the
Trlntdat'i stood bin
in good *lead advancing to halt
t-ouit and placing the ball out of
reach of hit opponent.
Rodwtn look tha Hrst uum with
crisp hot drives but Ho In cool
ad lum in
the two following enmes With the
score .1 2 ii, fat
drew tremendous ovation from the
crowd when, having tot
opponent to lob thi ball i*mely. he
smashed with ..ll his might, arid
again put ova .i KOicbsn which
Ho dalightfully brought buck
Red Win |in*s-."i in: I :
but Ho quickly regmnwd
iiosurc and won the net In 25 min-
Again in 1 ; '(mi Kciwm
took Brat Ho log seeoml
with each taking
until the .... .- ti ,.. ,n p.,i
the Ti in ..hi; all the
ln Kama, wo
opponent out ulong the 'i.uiiIiih--
and with the
of H<>. Redwin imishfJd into tin.1
new to i
Tliii-uahout the aacon<
mistimed biidl) in t
threw away several point I
tcmpliiiK t" .'iniish home lo gain
Ho. Showing signs ol ttrhlf in
the latter [iiirt ( the aacond St!
iea in the
third set, Rpilwin
tifullv lo i fUUWt and
crowd pleasing rallies'.
img from a 3-- I handi-
mp. Rgidwhi seems I to <
his smooth graoaful drive but
t>.c Trinidadlan gave a brillian*
display of courl craft Ho, advan-
cing half court coofldantL) play.il
tlie ball nut <>l 11
mnt and took the ilnal two game
bo win "5 wl which lusted 30
17-year-old McDonald proved
urn good for Ivan Phillips The
Issue was at no time in doubt.
McDonald'* ability to play was in-
deed pretty to look ol und both
hi bock-hand und forearm plgj
was as graceful as it was carrcc*.
Down two sets. Phillip* offered
little resistance in the I
.seemed to have admitted to hlm-
ssjf | I.etter man In his opponent.
A I ARGI crowd sw the i-sland beat u.nn I: tn M.M.S
"Sparrow" 31 yesterday afternoon in l football match
which was played at Combermerc. I Browne scored the
only BDt] for "Sparrow" while Taylor. liravton and Bladet
kicked in one each
Sails For India
LONDON. Sept. 15.
Two Waal Indies Teal Dlayera,
Frank Won ell .mki Sonny Kama-
are among the If plajWI
ompiiMi.u the <.'..iiim.iiiwe.iltu
cricket team which sailed from
Tilbury in-day for a lour of India
Tiic team ill ......i
Leslie Aim., Kent and England
i la George
iiuekwoiu. lormer Lancashire and
England SflCatat-fcaapai Reutfr.
Clyde WjdooH ^V ill
Play For Laiuusliirv
I.ONDIIN. Sept. 15
..Clyde W > West Indier.
as raroseaflonal i"i totteJd, Uw
Lancashire LaagJM Club, and will
ibt m rant sunuMi
It is behaved that .i n
nrv for the tub hi Involved
Waleoit ai b bowler, nol as a
He bowli medium
Mr KF.IHIII; KKUVYN
tii.iu'HY. apt 14.
The M.CC team sailed for Am
Boii Berry, the l-ineashiro
I owler who - recovering from
tooatUUa, looked pale ag ! lolnad
the team to be pliotogr.iphco
r R. Blown, the Captain, in
itewsreel speech, said thai "*"'
' .. i a strung team and hoped to
bring back the ashes."
.in will take things easy
on the tlrst week of the voyage,
and will then get down to SKSrcwa
nd training g-ulcr
. oUaa vi
A ti leici
Spartln at CoUesM
I'ulu. ,(t llai.k Hall
.'able and Wireless vs. Y.M P.C
Bt lloarded Hall
Mental Hospital vs. Empire at
Spartan vs Wanderers at Park.
i'tckwtck vs Windward at Oval
. M P.C v> stepln at Heckles
uodge vs, Pickwick ut Lodge.
Jarlton vs. Police at Carlton
foundation vs Leeward at Foun-
IJeotnl vs Combermere at Vaiie-
The alteiUOOP Mas brlfJM and
foot ha 11 fans were treated lo some
good ball control display by all
arm. The island oeiend-
mg irom ine Park end at once
laitcd to press but the defence of
the Sparrow was sound. Wood*
and (.li.son. full backs of the
Sparrow, elearing their goal with
About 15 minutes after play had
jegun the Sparrow drew first Ifiood
when a good piece of combination
.mi ,< < hi.de kicking by ih.
stocky Centre forward Brown on
receiving a low and powerful pass
from his right winger Kellmer
gave them their first goal.
The Island custodian Wilkin-
son of Notre Damehad no chance
to save as Browne left unmarked
ran through and kicked the hall
low into the right cornci of UK
Th< equ.ili .i mc shoitiy aftei
I loi the diminu-
Wfi aaaualn rorward dribbled
down and scored.
Aftei hall time v. ilh Ihc
(ne all. tie Uand lonlinued lo
mil in the preaaura on the Spar-
rovi dafinca. Al this stage the
island forwards concentrated on
long passing and it was one of
these long passes ihat enabled
Drayton of Empire to net the
second goal foi the island and
causing McMillan, the Bp.....a
poalkeeper, to hurt himself in a
fruitless attempt to push the ball
out for a cornel
Drayton m orad about ten naln*
Tiie- aftei the secood ball sUrtcd,
'i al thai ttaaa the Sparrow1!
detauce iegan to crack up against
the still offensive. Afler the sec-
ond goal was pored on them,
Cooper who was playing at insid-
light went up to centre half re-
placing Ellis and this change did
not prove successful and Blade
vlng .. paaa from Rayne
broke through the def.i ,, (.
score the third goal, putting the
Island three goals up to one No-.
loalng spirit the Sparrow for-
wards still continued lo put up a
fight and on a few occasions keen
on and Judgment on the
part of Wilkinson prevented them
from scoring more goals
! '...! ..,,,
II M I Sparvoifl \i... Miii.m.
Woods; Gibson; Brand; Ellis;
Flyn; Shelley; Cooper; Brown;
raham and Kciln
Island Wilkinson; Bynoe,
Howen: aittena; Haynes Cadogan;
Taylor; Drayton; Har|'i Hl.nl.--.
The Roreree waa ab r w.>od-
y M Hur -ii Cny
* U J .
e is .i I
, k HI H !
K Q :
e k %
A ) I
SB 5 S
SJ 8 S
A 4 S
In a duplicate pairs coo-
lest North ususlly opened
One Spsde alter i*o passes.
Where South gavs ths
routine response of 1 vo
Diamondt he wss left In Uils
contract, since Noilh wss
not called on lo find rebid.
Having |M*>rd originHlly.
SauUia b.-l rrtponie i Two
No-Trump. which North
should luit raise. At one
table the play in No-Trumps
*j Interesting: West
-'.u'.cd bidlv by leading K,
South ducked, and a second
! Heart was won with East's
w J. rhe return ol tl
killed Weit'i PK; dummy's
A won and East i vered
? 10 at the next trick vrilh
P J. SouUi wa* no lure of
right tricks: since Weil
would have opened the bid-
, ding if he held 4 4. low
Club wai led to dummy's
1 *! and 10 tricks were
A 1! Kirk
irtacla, bean by deecr bl ig box-
ing as : "Beottly Dagradsnj I !
h. oontasued by proclaifrdgkaj
waa called to thaea brutal spec-
II i .i Mention
ihe r resiilt, and
altogether displays of -
ne the beasts that
Ami IBM xentlemen
We '-<-x;'n by ealline this box-
ing bus m The word
rely used ba the deroga-
tory nenae of 'nasty' but tn the
precise aanae of pertaining to the
What elerll il claptrap' Ann
what ai shB on the
i (he Rev
Mr KJrkby Dnarently makes no
tUaiinctlon bctwatn them who
have found fame, fortune or iiM
fun in the light game
JUST lei ma nsenttoa .. few of
lie j epic Iiii were
Mipoofted it for the licv Mi
K.rkby i* ai vindlcUva towards
spectators as he is uncharitable
Remember I-ance corporal
Harry Nicholls. of the Grenadier
Guards, one of the first two men
to win a V.C. in the last war'
Harry Nicholls wns the Imperial
Sart <*. heavyweight champion
Thousands cheered him in the
ring oefore he shone in the tough-
er tun ting at Dunkirk.
When they thought Harry
Nicholls was dead, and preearrted
.is medal lo his "widow", his
il sergeant-major said;
'Ni.l.lls was a tough, fearless
Kind with it "
Iff ftrr the war. things were
digged foi Harry NiehoDa the
yo) 'f Nottingham re-
c-ive.1 more than tioo tn Kifi>
from all over the country But
IfleholU wasnl a scrounger He
wanted a job- nol charityand he
asked for the money to be re-
Not quite m) idea of a "beast."
But Lien neither was Con
Trinidad Heal B.C. 3-1 At Tennis
ipfssi Oar oit OseresBeaMPtafl |'i., (;. 3 1 hi ihc
CKOHOKTOWN. Sept 15 dOUblei match lietueen Monroe
In the Caribbean Lawn Tennis Mi [ngdeafkaM iTrinidad) and
C hampionships played at George- Willie Matthtas and Edwin Red-
l.wn Cricket Club lawns tonight win
Devonish 's XI
A TWO-DAY cricket match at
Brisbane*' lulliien Itoad, ended
m an outright victory for Mr
Suttle's XI The game com-
menced on Tuesday last in bril-
Skipper Devonish won the toss
..ii .. plum wicket elected to bat
and scored 157 V OoUifaj tu-i-
vcorcdwlth30.il Davis, < 1 l-wis
V Scale and C. Blackmail madi-
as, 30, 23 and 16 respectively
Bowling for Suttle's XT A Kir-
<->n. H Sutlle. C Daniel ami E.
Lorde took 4 for 18. 2 for II. ]
'or 45 and 1 for IB reS)
'uttlc'v XI replied with 35 for I
at the end of the Hrst day's play.
However, on the second day the
i.'maining batsmen added 75 runs
which took the overnight total
K Greeuidge topscored with 31.
( Denial and G Sober* made 26
and 23 respectively. Bowling for
Dcvonish's XI. C. Scale and V.
Collins t. >k 4 fo. 16 and 4 for 13
Batting a second tune DavOga
hh'l XI scored 30 runs, of which
C Blackmail topscure I with 15
1'owllng for Suttle's XI E Lorde
and O. Lashley took 4 for 20 and
1 for ID respectivcIn
Suttle's XI were given TB runs
to make in exactly 90 minutes.
This they achieved for the loss of
one wicket. K Qreank
('. Daniel carried their ball for
S4 and 24 respectively. V CoHiM
look the only wicket for 16 runs.
The garni mi Tucs-
ay 12th and Friday 15th.
by teaching them boxing
moni olher things. Do you think
(t "beastly" of him. Mr. Kirkbv?
I seem to remember the Duke of
Sdinburgh presenting prizes at
ihe Albert Hall to "young hope-
fuls'' who may make boxing their
future careeror. if they Und
ither interests, may decide not to
enter a ring again.
Arc they eternally damned bc-
jues they showed their skill, their
pluck and their sportsmanship in
the ring? And are Ihe people who
applauded them "beasts"*'
I suppose the kid to whom Field-
Marshal Montgomery gave his own
ten, because the boy had
fought well, should grind the in-
'ernal time-piece underfoot and
curse the man who gave It to him
for making a beast out of himself!
What half-baked balderdash it
*!l is. For instance, the Rev Mr
Kirk by writes:
"Psychologists have a name for
Ibis perverted mental attitude that
finds pleasure in causing or ob-
serving the suffering of i
it sadism Boxing tuns, it not al-
ready afflicted with tins perver-
sion, are doing their best (or is It
Lbeir worst? i to get it by observing
mch spectacles. Boxing contests
are. therefore, most accurately de-
scribed as demoralising"
Stop The Lot
If you really believe that, slop
speedway for, by Ihe san
"logic," the crowds of men. women
and children go only to see the
rider's smash up.
Manacle motor racers for tho
same reason. Rur,by must be
revolting:, for you can break a
man's leg when you tackle him
A rower strains hit hea.i awa]
with oarsmanship Outlaw ath-
letics one man was spiked and
another collapsed at the finish of
Ihe half mile.
The only clean thing about
water-polo is the water, and the.
only permissible sport is croquet
Ami let us all become a race of
iiamLv-pamby. pacifist Perctes
who wouldn't hurl a fly- let alone
Boxing is a rough, tough sport.
Clean il by all means, of some of
Ihe body-lice who batten on the
fighters Bui don't blackguard the
wrappers or the fan in the street
who admires those verv British
imilities of grit and controller
lighting spirit L.E.S.
A WORLD AUK WI1H ADVtHTVIIll
.They'll Do It Every Time .---- By Jimmy Hado
BLUES" TO HER
muss Alte so bao '/'/ um-here'S another sun
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I > I > ,; SJc. aq IX
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