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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER **, MM He Tried Out Captured AirpUme* (By JAMrS STl ART) Sir Are Callett Flying Mileage Millionairea LOMS SIX Load n BOM claim the title Mileage MLIIIOI.• have spent bi • t-oNTxjN. "'"". ">ore than seven year* ol 1 i airplanes I ,: "' ir lives in the air OrmanJ London-brn Captain Eric during the air *o that the RAF ''a* !" -. Finnegan. who I II about them hai naaaiji two jear la the -ir. v lust been appointed to i'mmati-< known a.iho RAF in Cn .nirc. He 11 47-year old Group CapHtbaa flown more than 2AO0.W" tain A H Wheeler, who since miles in land or seaplanes ha* oeen prominent MI The only Londoner, and one ol .' tow men in the world to have Hit more than 260 Atlanti. I lr crossings, is Captain K %  --_ ,.,_ , __ lluxton. who commands a BOAC h. laaizy month.. Air! StfltOCfUto tommodotc Wheeler has been n charge <.r expci linontaj Itng j,. '"' %  5 ".em. Karmrr to Pilm rbrnboruuKh. where I ,.,.„,, |10AC „„ London. CpUta Arch.aSTalrh.-^ ?D*U,iS T" OOMOnitOd 2.000.000 miles' flying. SOdrcujUofthe, %  • a hire farmer. Dr. G. S. HinloD. Ilntish FJI.. ^ndon-born Captain Stephen England Itark To Bows And Arrows LQM n ol the ancient %  bows and arrows, and to-a-iy tner^ arc several hunun l countr) l during the reign of Queen Euzabeth. but then went out of fashion. In London there are half a dozen or more club* devoted to thia I icd ai an the cotir %  round London In UM North of Ki.tfland Lanca%  Ihroo rural I Warwlcfcahln %  %  i %  %  Nottingh.,; %  .iiisti H k*j Brtta* Ku%  '. %  nd a half year* §7 UFA glrlli "il b> licnlning But the bonr" of imhtnmg was 'it iis • Int.". he said. Radio equlpjnenl i> mom ofte.i affected, though minor damage fi.'.|iicni! the alrp'anc %  An aul i.i' devloi i ii*ing developed to VHF ... %  i \"s alrl'ner* No MM Fifhlet Cot R Kti force ijunn Bluomsbur, 'ihaving their summer training at Martlesham Heath. Suffolk, for a fortnight from August 20. Commanding officer, wimComirmnli. John Cl errj k LOfSBOH Even with the > %  push-button arfai. i.t loin way off In J pungent editorial recently. Aviation Week, one of UM ItaMEtau nrlattoa ma pi the United States, said: "Tin gjMwial public Intpraaaton 'iL.it im-h button warfare Is around the CortaM Despite tlve years since the war ami a hundred million dollars, it isn't even on paper'" Why was it that Amciu-a nU ••fill firing German V-2 rockets In MLUnited Statedid Ml nave in being any service-tested 01 M i vice—accepted missiles of any type or range. %  WI...1 I I iav. .ii' % %  'Uted lag or limited BUOntlUaa ot missiles that COUld, with time consuming rework, become operational. But do mil have an] nilaallaai with warheads thai are vet OB %  gfJOKlI the paper. — (I. E.H.I Argentina Invited To 810.000 Games MIAMI. FLORIDA, B ii i:.'. to De Vui no and tali i n !, %  %  !* %  raccivi o plaj II HI • *i".onn football lourtiarrc"* from P c carobei 4 to 10. inVlo raa played In UM la-*** Diini.nvent and in the Miami .ipen (*aii %  %  peUni $10,000 f.->tiall is part of the •' %  Havana (1 Miami also will offer $10,000 ami there will l>e pri/e mom. m %  ing lh $15,000 for the la It De --i —Renter Oordon Blackaller. B BOAC veteran at 35. trained for a career on the %  aea, but joined Imperial Airways in 1036, and baa al I 000.0OO miles in theai W< tn uutar-born Captain W I irr OrtfllU i RAF il Vet another 2.000,000-mil< man, no is now .< ftytng i The sixth mileage mUUonatra is Captain Cllve Houlder. London bonv who planned ., %  -• —%  "IUHI iai taken OOd still popularly regarded in Britain as the onK for hows But this is H % %  thinr from £20 in ^4' Labourer Goes To Sessions E K1C SEAI.V. ;. 2^-vear-otd labourer of My Lords HiU, %  of ihe Court of Grand Sessions w-.rday b) Mr E. A. McLaod when the preliminary hearing in the case in *hich bo is charged with house breaking and larceny %  i her 16 was concluded. Sealy was arrested by P.C. Murphy on Thursday night while he -as in St Hill Club and was taken to the C ID and there he was charged with breaking and entering the house of Ida Shepheid and stealing from it articles valued at $3 23 mi\.tlh SHOW at St. Michael's Aim* house on Monday, September 2b, is included in the programme of the Mobile a the week beginning 01 25 to Friday. Sept' /.W/.VV/.',W/A*-V,V/A I-;-Harbadis AquAlit Hub wMk n *i a* hi lb U* ii un ..i Srpirnibar duff 4 m v. S30 pm. for rottc* I (Umni I. 0M lUlhm i n *iii i. (M-n lo fcWf"Br oreer ol ih Cor Louis Favoured To r\V-;iiii THle >\ utfhing I .M.IIKIII NEW V.iKK It has happened at last. A cleik .ailed up hm boss and said hi m lOO ill to come bo "ik And tin boss, watching baseball n-i hi* T\ %  • larfc in the .Hid. Bui Ixx-uuse the lx*s dbM Lplln I the clerk, nearly 1.000 employees. of the General Aniline Corporation in Linden. New Jersey, went oul on a sympathy strike tan rreRIFLE SHOOTINCi Ihe following %  I latt lay's practice of the ev II UM % %  %  I H fJB ino NEW yOKK, ffogM M %  • Cham%  '... rnanj ihr %  %  ... %  %  arc inch.j uil ilC ,. • (ht up wilh ti %  impton 1 hag abown up %  > %  ners II' \ nr M ,d to-daj thai i H ouia baivi i rotifht no Dan Morgan DoyOD, oM of NOW. Yoftt*! boxing managers, dec Mild havi started training months ago for a title bout Ho added that by the .1. B i'l-e' >n t)ir nlhri ban %  I dieting that h.< arlU win oh knock-oul —Reulei Cap! .i K Jordan R S. M. Marshall B8 Lt. C E Neblett H Mi M. 0 Tucker wa Mr G E Marshall . 91 Mi P A Cheesemiin Dfl Capl. C II K. Warner Wi Thenwill IK* a prari. (o-daj ButlrrV Abseiici* Losl Him Seuts Ifura Cage & i ) tinLapitali.-I" U] %  %  : on Uie Cauinct loi L/uvui. 'Apart Iiom Ulg lo>a ot Ui bolomun, ft urn UM standpoint ui tne labouring aoction, il U ngiei%  ul in irimdod that Mr. Jack Katahall afalnsi wooai DM MI i.elds proprietor 1 WfM unailii.i1 lv "pi'i.-r „ IM \t. |i; runnnUJ a candidate In the guii' uf an iiuicpendeiit. L. dropped Tiic independcnl's voted, added to his 2,635. would have surpassed the number IJ5I enat in favour ut the successful candidate IteLona ui th-ii potnt-B-ptom stituency. lonsidcrable apMUUlUl %  OS to whom the Governincnl artll it is feii tint UM n<"> L C Hannays, K G DM) N repl lead bj II <> u Wooding ol in i'olitical Progress Group. which Group appears to le highl> favoured in Government circles. The name of Gerald < Whtta hustnema man of Messrs Alston*. has also been mentioned /Way Cricket • First tab tinucs tod v;h round of Second DtvlfJon i ticket beare the MBT DIVISION •41. il l(. On Tuesday. September 26, the Cinema will be going to St. Lucy here a show will be Crab Hill Plantation Yard. Wednesday the Cinema will be at Holder's Pasture, St. James. Thursday Chapel Plantation Yard. SPhilip and Fnday. September >mbe Plantation Yard. St Thomas M l It I El. BLENMAN of Chapman's Lane was fined by C. L. Walwyn yesterday £3 be paid In 28 days or two montha 1 imprisonment for ihe unlawful possession of a valise on M.rrh 6 P EARS ARE PLENTIFl'L these days and the travs o* hawk. ssagaj packed with them. %  t Ut know how to choose these fruit %  > smart hawk %  ers make a division on their trays M h the green and ripe pear is placed in a prominent Hawkers generally ask eight cents for a pear regardless .if size and some of them take tiood care that their regular cutget the best. The basket, ot some sellers, which is usually covered with a |>
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SarbaJins
Quorate
Prirr:
IVK- CI'.XTS
TANKS SUPPORT PRIVE ON S
Guns Wreak Havoc
U.S. Sugar Supply
Question Settled
L-NDON, Sept. 22.
(^ZARNIKOW'S MONTHLY SUGAR REVIEW
of the United States lugar supply says that
the position is apparently seined for the remainder
of this year, and that the question now is whether
anything will be made available from the recent
Commodity Credit Corporation purchase of almost
537,000 Spanish tons from Cuba.
W. German
Consuls Get
New Powers
Machinist Told
The Truth
ABOUT OAKBS KILLING
OAKLAND. CALIF s
A 31 yau old machinist WboM
i talk set off a li.-h In-
vestigation of the 1943 unsolved
murder uf Sit Harr) 0*1
ii telling the truth",
a NaaKii. J said to-
o.n "As far ax I am concerned.
Edward Malava Is telling the
truth", said Augustus Robert*, As-
sistant Police Superintendent ai
eady to By
back to the Bahamas.
Roberts ..,i.l that the Investiga-
tion WOUld continue Iml iir de-
clined to nexl Mop
would be
Meanwhik Majava who told
Police ii Flunda society woman"
told him who bludgeoned thr
Canadian mining magnate to death
in hi! Nassau million was re-
' from gaol.
Judgment on a drunk charge
fled against him '. w cck was
suspended in court and thr police
withdrew their hold order. As he
left for his Oakland home Majava
said that bo was glad *
Tba names, ol the society woman,
the alleged killer and thi
to whom he had repented th*
story were given t Majs
Count
Oakes son-in-lap
the murdV
quitted Later
Oaken had
nulled
,i nervous, little man told
'l. fl be kept silence
ander telephone threats of death
Kr liter

s tried ( n
a and h -
' Nancy
he marriage an-
WEST VIOLATE
POTSDAM PACT
SAY E. GERMANY
be recalled that at the
|he purchase lh< I
. veentnent Inlk
make evailable to other
0D the basis of the pur-
boj tn egg which
might nrlse after her own iMedH
1 i: Di'triinitioii in the
Si itea of this purcha a al-
ready accounted for more than
$38.*fMI tons leaving over 150,000
< stock and passible dis-
posal to non-United States mar-
ket.
But lh<- review pessimistically
i It that even in former
years when Hie harvest com-
pound the turn of the
> nd nf the year hnlnnre
liti.OOO tons would have
been considered little enough,
whatever the prospective sir* of
the new crap
fJcniesliclfoarding
The review reports a good deal
of underlying nervousness regard-
ing price trends despite the cur-
rent Ughl supply position and the
readiness of certain buyers to pay
tuii prices fur the meagre prompt
supplier available.
''he statistical posilion however
is artificial. Only two months ago
Ihe margin between the general
world market fUppl] end the
then i'"!icaed demand was surti-
li presage declining values
Dl ...inly ic-
p i the change and an>
n in hoarding would soon
..... il i 11 ' i i onl
d market demand. Thl>
oould only add to the somewhat
: i -itton indicated in
the ttt| eneoi end provided
that there is no worsening or the
world situation would encourage
QOUbtl Bg U) whether even the
substantial discounts shown in the
world contract in New York, suffl-
ntK rellcct the true position.
Reuter.
BONN s I
The Allied II,,
" !:. t i
which had hithari
'o the AllK, The Id
ii ha I

-
''
......
,..
h. herto ma* Oeetnau navg
.-:..
of the Allies Dot
Board which proi
lem|H>rary [ravel
w ue ui la6V i .
' i in al th"
Yrrk .
The lii.-.i, Coawtlaslon further
aprcci t
suis the paw* of granting to hoi
Germans entry-visas for Western
Oermany
The competence of the Consuls,
will not extend however to ,lvil-
lun and nsUtal
gage I in Ihe occuppti< Qei i i : |
Britain and Prance, nor to mill-
lan occupation personnel of other1.
Aliiei powers participating in the
occupation ol Western i
The Allied High Commission
permit offices have hithert.i alOM
been conapefani t> pml visas to
non Germans wishing 1o enfCB
.v. r, | i if nimny
ReUtrr
Dr.Bunche Awarded
Nobel Peace Prize
Truman Will\
Veto inti-Rea
IHeaxure

i




both race
.....nd thn
led to rwerrid

ipon Cow


i
nt in ai
I
The President was undi

muds.
Kruter.
Berlin Police IdvocateHurrkone
War Ends
BKKLIN. Sept. 22
Berlin's police war fizzled on.
to-day when the Allied Hlffh Com-
niisslon court here released six
People'- POttee found guilty of
"inadvertently straying into West
Berlin armed with former Wehr-
macht weapons.
The six police who pleaded not
' guilty were sentenced to the tini"
, -.,,. .,.,.. rfi I they had already spent in West
l,."HMJUU -IstTIIianf ';. -r.
. j Imnediatelv released after tlr-
l)i(d Iii Red Camps
verdict
BERUN, Sept. 22.
1 ' man Oovenuaent
to-night officially appealed to the
getman people particularly in the) thaV^he^AmtrVi
Western zones to OTfan M ualain-
al resistance against any remili-
tarisation and aggression. An offi-
cial statement read to-night to
I all foreign diplomatic
missions ccredltcd t" the East
(it i man Qovertuneot b) Fore'gn
Minister Genrge Uertinger, charg-
ed the three western DOWetl with
"continuing their open riotafl*w
Of the Potsdam Agreement "
.i furtbi i tatemenl mid bj re-
iheir trwtps in "crmany
the Uiree WeetOTD powers ac-
complish the far-reaching act of
military intervention .:
peaci and all pi-ad'-
loving Del
CHARGES USA.
WASHINGTON. Sept t
Tho United States intends
charge Russia w itli permitting th(t
i i urn German war
prisoners in Russia concentration
aempi
The Government officials said
delegation to
the United Nations General
Assembly will eeeUM Russia of
this in backing up the demand
for impartial investigation of the
fide of German war prisoners in
Russian hands.
is- ui.. )
pronoonoed
Following the arrest "I Ihe
six East Sector police. I
West Berlin police began fsoatage
re Ids which resulted at one time U
77 police behind cell doors.
47 East Sector police who main-
tamed a two day buns
En the West Berlin pouce bead
Bjuartari ware this raornlnj re
leased.
It Wai expected that 28 West
German police seized In the Eas'-
SecUir would also git I
I ,i k to-da) It^uler
Ht lit f Fund
Fur Antigua
osi,o. Sepi
DR. RAI.PHE BUNCHE. In American who was uctnu;
Mediator in PaJcstine alter tin
Koike Bernadotte, w;is to-day awarded the Nob<
Peace PrlM.
' l>i Bunchv negotiated three
i : i he to.
o\er Count Bamadotte's work an
Pali i until ih
.is over.
lie returned to the Unili
a> April 1M9 to resume
actor of the I
wufteeshfp Division from which
kt had gone
Mrnadette until the s.
Gross Chiefs assassination
.- Ftobel
! a Pi Isj 13 i pa commit
tee seleete*) by Hie Norisesdai
Paillament the
Si at
I'WMk President Truraan ofT*r-
rtT r*. Buiiclie n appointment t
Assistant United B I
of State. This would
Dr lliinche at the age of 44
ihe hlgheal Amarlean (Joveramanl
posts ever attained hv
Ha declln H
leimi ted h was un-
willing to exi.*e his familv lo the
inn i row" atmosphere ( i icial
discrimination ii tad AM
capital. Later he wrote an article
ii an Anv rfcai ''
Hacking the
rgrnes In Wash
~*>ulrr
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19 DIE IN TANGANYIKA
BUS ACCIDENT
I>AH KS SAI.AAM
S.-pl 12
Ninel.vn pMplt dMd und 30
WWt terlouv y injurad when
Allies Li<|uidutc
Six Steel Works
ItoN'N. Sopt 22
The Allied High Con I
oday issued regulations for the
liquidation of six great Weal
German steel combines.
Allied officials >i-re expla
GREAT FUTURE
IIS'AIR TRAVEL
Says Aviation Ministry
LONDON, sapi 23
The Ministry of CIW1 Aviatioi
Odaj forecast that within the
"" miles an hour
"terclty helicop-
lW be in regular
Ii
The Ministry, in its report for
tins-4a published oday said.
A few industries
te npo who th*t
made by ClVli Aviation since tlie
. 'i
motor bus carrying 52 people, lht ,np nreBklng.Up f b)K
lied down preclpfct after get- ^^^ h(ld br(,I ^llived ,^_
-- -imln.1 un a wi ding cau-0 |n AI,^ .. k
,ote part of Ta.igan- (lecar,eUiation in step with re-
organisation of the ateel mduaure
N'ow that plans (or
were taking shape It was though)
to be a good timr to begin Ing
i ling out of
Oaciuan peopla at*! I i In a re
, !. '.,- tarn da L da}
measure which serve only war; Killed and injured were all Afrl-
C0B1 ' G- cans It was Tanganyika's worst
The Oer-lovei road sccldenl The road
man on Peace the bus was going was i'
Treaty on their unlimited so\ Snnger to NJoinbe. niiietwii miles ' .
ereignty and the withdrawal of away in the far southwest of the
all occupation troops as laid down territory which is known as one
(of the most difficult tn Tanganyik >
Reutrr Reuter
"It
he
.1- oei i : t ol
internauonaj routee m the
fill see the intro-
I 'i! use ol
et powered alrerafl with 'i
hpeeds of up t. BOO m p h while
Ml home, a promising future is
i e i in some
Il>l U.i t ellCOptet ii Ulti |ell\
...
Reuler.
instruc.ot,. w
i.....ic-l in three n |
ftral provides for I qun
;ix of the IS maj... COTH
Western German v.
VYSHINSKY WALKS OUT
ON GOVERNOR DEWEY
Ai United Nations Dinner
NEW YORK, S.--.1. 22.
SOVIET FOREIGN MINUTER Andrei Y>
nd out last night when the Governor of Mew York
ii,as E. Dewey, told a United Nations dinner party
that Russia had millions of aUvflj labot
\'vshiti^kv said nothing as he left the dais und went
out with his delenalion. Jacob Mal.k. the S.
to the United N'aiions. wag immediately behind him.
Kussiuns Koplv l'i
British Protect
. ...
Soviet
tba British protest
over the Berlin border Incident
when Soviet troops moved the
zonal barrier 150 yards into

The Russian repti i is not been
bed
to-da,
remainen OO guaiil over the bar-

way,
luesday Soviet guara..
pushed the barrier Into what has
always b* -ne British
sector

the spot.
Bourne.
British Commandant
Chief Soviet Repreasntatlve Den-
gin have been negotiating on the
subject.
laavtaf
The second requites Ih.
of aacb of On
r.ime liquidator:
30 and empowers a '
: v al group lo i n ova end 'P
roint liqm I at think nt-
.In the kquidauon of coal asaau
the Allied coal gro;>p must bs'
b
The th rd ragul itton
vides for Eha tyll
(lecurtelisation ol
trv with that i.( Ih
which is already underway
~ iler.
P.A.A. Order
18 Planes for $2Im
MIAMI i or] la Bept 22
A $21,000,000 order for til!'
i I foui sasdsaad
Douglas I) C, ii B. planes for
Ihe Aulumn of 1951,
l.i.s been placed by Pan American
"
than Ih*1
models of the original I) C *

II C K.HIl
Id ) Which wen
I tou rids
i'.I to-dajr.
Reater.
REDS PLASTERED
CONSULATE WALLS
Swedes Hunt
Spies Among
f0,000 Refugees
STOCKHOLM, Kept a
Swedish Security pollen to-day
I4gan u spy hunt among 4o,M0u
i Uving In the country
following the arrest of three Pules
for sailing In forbidden waters.
The Swedish Aliens Ood
Aorked witli the police in a big
cneek up The Uiree Poleg were
I'.und in a high
I oat m a military forbidden aVM
t ear Nynacsshamn south of Stock-
i.olm. The boat carried charts of
the Baltic showing Sow
bases and entry channel- t i th.
1-ineipal ports of Ijthuania
Lhtvla and Stohenia. poin < ltd
Three men came to Sweden at
tefugees and ware alii
Ive there Two of them said they
Poland. The police said three
en were found vestal
orbidden area which Sweden last
month complained had be>
| I. || gt naval atta
Dimlntri I-arichcv during n holi-
day cruise Earlier tt
Sweden askerl the Soviet Embassy
to withdraw two minor official!
she said had bean found in
forbidden area duri-i; Swedtat
Arm* manoeuvre*Reuter
BRADLEY PROMOTED
Pi
WASHINGTON. Sept 22.
iftdeul Truman today plnnci
ouJdan of Gmeral Omai
Bradley. Chairman '( U*
can Joint Chiefs of Staff, ihe llfth
silver star General of the ArmyJ,.,lti
the highest military rank in the ,,, the Id..
RIO Dl JANSmO, Bept II
:..(not-
ing that when the Argentine Con-
sulate wa lered last
Pai .logims it
was ihe work of CViinmunists.
Mi "
, ..: i Crifua
As Dewc; saw them leave, he
departed '
k "1 must say that I
am complimented by tli wltn-
drawal of those who plot a des-
a-oa Id .'i The Soviet
lecUned to talk VnJ}^ State*. saying that nritl
. he strode General Bradley s promotion rnanl e of Argent
h^th?b2cn^h^H I give* him equal tank with Gen- balk
hat t would be!ral Dwight Eisenhower and Gen- which Man
,gnore the fact Sal ttel ^'' Dou"1" A
Soviet Union has 10,000.000 to
15.000.000 people living in slave!
. tfons which
to death [
bagan his speech i
murmur wa* heard in the aud-
ience. As He continued than
nuaa from a large part
-Reuter.
Reartiiamfnt Will
Not Affect Kxporis
H IN bepl 22.
Britain assured Ihe \'
nine Commonweallh
,
I t
'ect exports to Comn II
ountrles. Rln-v i
nil..,,. . Hkelj
;--
.nly be ca
near future. Ministers a
(C P.)
Lange Supports
Ih'fvnee Force
i 'SI
Mlnlstei
Lange to t Id Pai -
I
i
i .'nit com*
maud

Ihe it;i< ii i n on and de
i From the
North Atlanl aetlng, In
Ni h v/orfe n i foui -da> trip t
....

i irllament: "Our
lUori i H pc
i.d probien foi ui wl
.
'nil-, i" i extent would in
' i pan ii
nink that
doubt shout out
in< iple of a unlt-
rmul for German
nd which
I.... "
Osrman mill
i thai it would |
Oermai

Ich must (" con
i
-Reulrr
On Reds
TOKYO, Septemuer SI
'I'AWKS today lumbered up to support two col
umns of American Marines driving towards
the heart of Seoul. Two columns are expected to
link up in the centre of the city later today.
Marines rammed home the attack after crush
ni|- strong Communist resistance in the southern
snourb of Yongdungpo.
Reuter OoRtp<
letuUiifj uaaidl force udd thai Mai iiMC net* within
three quartan f milt from the haart "f the .-it*
Romhing oul snipers. An eHtiniutod s.ki Surtli
Korean troouii daaplj 'l"u in, ta.r.i u Ifnrii
-.mil I'cmr. Reuter Correa|......lonl John
raported (roin aiioeiar aaetor of the Seoul front,
French Units
\rv (Cautious
15 Years For
Wartime Spying
ORBNVALB, TanoaaN, aagd '
:>. .n sia.k. nmartcan
hemlst, i.'inceil to
i

d.l> to .1
l.v hi,; i !,.. .'. .,!..! tM-itgeil foi
be I tented foi
ludgi Robert
sentencing him to if*
ears, ignoi erommenda-
inii lie termed Black') eapionage
IimIii" ihi-'king."
Slack who linked with BrlUsh
.ii- i |
i June Oovi I rsjed thm
l supply Russian
rets In the manu-
facture of high explosives.
II enter.
U.S.JrtFi^hltrsOn
\on-Slo| Flight
,i. iii.i.n Ne
l>-| 111 till
. .
i: ruler,
IN INDOCHINA
aUUOQM
Freneh Unit! pushing north
.
if Dl.....Kin', nei
believed
oil! i .111-
.-ith of Viedniiih
Communist guerilla Uwro Tin
id imt ret ic.n hed tin
wn, the French spoaaarnaa i"1
i -i Hondas
sftat two dan Bghtlng In which
'on Prera H I n ade
and to the last man
I'thei iisu:illv reliable Frenc',
art i ware ool sure thai
DongkhO ^^.|^ tin I im.
'ive of Un -' "Mi .' i i.nui.ii
opetationa
120 milet
Dongkhc i- -nil menared
Vwtmlnh i......Ua
Ing In tin i
i .... i
I def i s 11 defcndln :
Laokar.
ijinkay on tin Yiiimui bordai
Him.....hi the Rad Rive*, v afie)
in.....ilcotloni from China to !!-
-Id Tonkin Itt-lt.. rice
OWl -Renter.
52 U.S. SHIPS
/W THE MED.
I ONOOM Sept. 22.
i id >two United Btaiea wai
in the Mcditeii.itiean
I
ii.n i Arm-i .i ai
rj there since t).......
.. u.i war
Adinii.il COftoUy, Commandei-
. |
Ilia I i ah..otic
that the
i 14 combatant vi ol i
n.. I ,.u. II .
he 48,000 ton im.1,111 ,.,,,
Midway .,nd CorsJ Hea mid the
7.500 ton cruisers Salem. Alb.ii*.
II". Mle- and r-4.mk
R***er.
He said thai nittei Aghung eras
nl might
not be fully OCCUDted foi
Mae Arthur's Headquarters an-
nounced tnU mornlni
eriean forces nut nigh'
Suwon IH mill-'
Tiic town in Use latwtlon ef two

southward to Taegon and Kum-
direct route beta -i
beai ah* Ml ib I the
United Ifal m thi*
.loutheast the pt ningula.
Marine reinforcements for tho
battle of Seoul landed ..t Inchon
inn ,nid Imrnadlately
outhern ptrtcev
. the eaaault on tl
Thu force sUnTered
battling
nhurb on
i the II IM Hu.-.
yesterday. This morning tfMQ look
ff over s i
net the river.
Long Range Mortar
Early toda* M.nth Korean long
rang* tnofl boml i.nded on
KlApO airfield about 10 mtlce
northwest of Seoul on which the
i i \ Combat Cargo
Command Im* been landing sup-
I idiead.
i >peraUani oonUnued through-
out the bombing. Communists
ten deflected their fire over
thai United Nation* rear arena
little d,.mage
Big guns ware, anftenlng up
Seoul ,irfendr, fur the march
eaking terrible havoc among
CcennuiniBta, Five hundred were
killed ill one b.iirnge alone.
IV men spotted
i..in oho i tM mi, ga massed
on high ground west of the city
Baa River, They poured
ding nhell-flrc "It was
the artillery man's dream." one
rd Hundreds of Com-
. nUnued lo
ie.nr. in batche* -if 20 to 30.
Korean civilians are also co-oper-
lUnj >ith marines leading them
o Communist hiding places and
Identifying ('uiitninlsta dressed in
I..tie'
GILBEYS
SpqnaghWSsTCS
A. /.ca la ml Iktrkers
Go Hack To Work
WKLiiN-rroN Ran Zealand.
s.pt ||
ed woik in New
Eealai Port

handling Inn I
..it Re *
Bept ">ber 15
i-*ned in
. i .
i reached

'-ekers, of ihe
i
.ire into
Nan tea land')
.vatrrfront industry
-Keuter
Sherlock Holmes' Fails To Solve Mystery
After Vyahtnaky rose and strod,
towards the exit l>
tinued his speech.
that the Republican*
were Iwhmd the proposals of the
United States Secretar.
Dean Acheson tor dealing wi'il
future aggression In the world.
SUSSEX. Sept Tl
Five Magistrates her.
that a real-Ufa E
Holmes had failed to make out a
good enough case to bring Thom-
as StiMwell ii labo
a two year-old murder.
Private Dete."
kept probing Um
27-year-i I bouee In
a wood here after the official
police hg <***.
Joan's father who hired Jacks
to hunt his daughter's killer had
Stillwell arrostcd on a private
warrantthe I
legal history that such
a thing has happened in a murder
case
The magistrates including two
women. I 'I week to
evidence from 35 witnesses ia
the 17th Century Courtroom were unanimous thai then
here Through the window", they not enougl
could see the turret, of th,. his- trial.
toric Arundel Castlein whosw StUlweU
shadow Joan wa" raped and then corpse an
strangled. police tald 'How I am a free
Spectators in the crowded ana
courtroom stood clapping and (lointed ai
ng as the Chalrm.i'i of the can begin to forget IhM
afaalstrati IIwaH
saying that he and his colleagues Reuur
Maintain
same High
Standard otf
Quality as
shipped to
the
Wrs i Indies
for the
past fifty
years
These include
GILBEYS
PORT
& SHERRY
You can enio/
them again in
grealei quantity
UHlllUH M VHMvIh.I.U


PARK TWO
HMtllADOS ADVOI \ I I
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER X- "3"
fajiib falling
been en

Commanding Officer, II M S
'Sparrow":
T .----
"Good luck and bast
you and all HMJ
"Sparrow".
Om Commanding Officer.
H M I s,..m
rour kind
message".
Accountant Ends Holiday
MR. DAVii) SLlNOBl, Ac-
I the Grenad;.
Braodi of Maatn Hovell and
""*"" Thurs-
day i>> B.W.I..S
aboul !en day*- holiday He
laying al the Ocean View Hot.-l
Off To Th. U.K.
|>ASSIN-G throm
* Thursd..-.
eogne" on his ..,,) war
Mr W I. I.. | (,.
British Ouiana.
He has l>een granted a British
Council Schoinr-hp tat m v.-.,:
ttaeture ai
"n. While
in Um United Rfeasasosn, he Mid
lhat he will be working on the
Festival of Britain Projwi winch
a ill udn PMC* next year
in iiritish Guiana, Mr. Lev If
Supervisor of Municipal Park.-.
Strati Trees .ind Cen M
Dental Student
Mil DANIEL HAMESAR of
San Fernando who took hi*
pre-denul course in Canada, it
nOW 00 Ins way to England to
ooattBUa l>is studies in dentistry
.it Liverpool I'n
He was an inti-msil pahsengcr
on the s s. "'Gascogne-' on Thurs-
UK (iom TrniKi.nl where
he had spent his summer holidays
with his parents. Mr. Daniel
Ramestr. Jeweller of San Faraan-
anri Mrs. Hi
ATGMiC
R^EARCH
PlEA^fi
m i
To Study Accountancy
MR JONATHAN J I1ROWN of
the Crown Solicitor's De-
partment. Trinidad, has just gone
up on the s s "Ga-
Englanr! where he has been grant-
ed a scholarship under the aus-
pices of the Colonial Office to
Study accountancy in London. He
expect* to be in the tin I
dom fi>r about two years
From Venezuela
MR. and Mrs Martin Hersch
of Caracas Veneniela. were
arrivals on Thursday evening by
B.W.I. A I two wrek'
holidav and :irc slaving at the
Windsor Hotel.
Honeymoon Couple
Leaving
WH AND MRS Henry Zarpa ol
' I are spend-
b k then- honeymoon la llarbjiio*
will be returning home to-day by
I w.i A. They arrived three
laying at
i' Hotel Roynl.
Mrs. Zerpa, the former Miss
M.inl/,1 .1 ..
r tha Uraoltne I
lli*r husband is a draUKhtamsin em-
ernment
Wireless Operator
At Piarco
MR m'l.H Hl.AlKMAN.GOV-
ernment Wireless Radio
Operator ai Piarco, Trinidad, ar-
rived on Thursday afternoon on
ss "ssasnefa*/1 tor three
w eeks" holiday which he will spen, |
1 BlnOK-
man who has been ill
They are both guests of Mrs. L.
JoNCph-Ilackett of "Carlton" Hen-
ry's Lane
Back To Martinique
MR LOUIS CROCQUET. Mana-
ging Director of Garage
Ameiicain in Martinique, returned
home on Thursday night on (he
bS. "Oaaeaaae" after spending u
week's holiday I
at Enmore Hotel.
B.G. Planter Here
MR. EDWARD C BROWN of
Plantation Diamond In Brit-
ish Guiana arrived on Thursday
by B W 1 A on .. visit and i>
laying at the HasttABs Hotel
Here For A Week
>> - an or bm
ax Moravian Church I i Antt-
i Wednesday an I
the RaV. IVt.r Gobi. Chairman of
.he Moravian Board in It.
Eastern West Indies arrived >ca-

both will be- remaining
for one week and are sUtying at
The Manse". Country Road, the
ri-sidencc Of Rev. and Mrs.
E E -
After Summer Holidays
MR. LAWRENCE BANNISTER
and Mr. Joseph Drakes, two
.: the University Col-
lege of the West Indies, returned
io Jamaica on Tuesday by
i. n i A iftei pandial
kkyi with their relatives
On Caribbean Tour
Ml: I D tL ..ILUEHT of the
firm of Smith and Walton
LUL, Loaoao, aiilvasl hare on
1! W I A from

iiaking a tour of the
Of his
linn
For Another Week
MR. M Bareant at b.w.i.a.
Ltd Trinidad and Mrs Bar-
.mi wtte were hoUdayla
the past weak, expect to remain
(or another ln-fore reluming home.
They are staying at the Hotel
Royal
Put Son To School
MR. and Mrs II Clarke of
Molded arrived over the
I ml With their son Wal-
ter whom they have put to school
at the Lodge and than little
daughter Wendy. They are at
present staying at the Ocean View
Hotel, hut hope to go to the Crane
Hotel Baal week for a couple of
days before returning to Trinidad.
Mr Clarke who has been t
llarbados on several Ooeagtona, ti
Assistant Drilling Superintendent
f Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.
For Two Weeks
MRS. P P COLLINS '.-!.
in' is in the Real E-tato
business m Trinidad, arrived on
Thursday afternoon on the SS
"Gaacogne" for two weeks' holi-
r:.y She was accompanied by her
Iwo children Peter and Margaret
are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Alcaial of Maxwell's
O Ml
BY THE WAY.... By Beachcomber
ENOUGH gin to fill I night club
has flowed under tables
since Lady Cabstanlelgh burst all
over the Ixmdon of the 'twenties,
like an over-ripe melon.
It i* now being said in those
holes and corners where gather the
scum of Mayfnir. tin- riff-raff of
I i a, th* sweepings of the
cosmopolitan hotels, thai This
great roaring rose of English
womanhood has written Ihe story
of her social triumphs and degra-
dations. And all her friends and
manual are waiting to scan the
index fni their own names as
m a hungry bison waits
to poum-c on n bit of beetroot. The
publishers tusl <|iicstlon was. of
course. "What well-known people
are you mentioning?" Whereat the
tarnished harridan shoved at him
I tjrpe-writtan list of fashionable
names as long as the tongue of
Aial.it The publisher mbbed hi'
dtrlv linnds and grinned.
In Siiirrh of a 7///c
WHAT title- lekad the enabli
ghoul. "A Backward Glance."
said the mammoth hostess. "Not
sensational enough," commented
Beelzebub's gift to letters. "The
Ticadmill." suggested
old Mount Horrible. To-, high-
brow." riposted the pride of the
Academic*. "Me Anil Who Else*"
ventured the deplorable barrack
in human form. "That's better."
vouchsafed Uncle Beastly.
AvvgliimurlrnmlMiiwIli*
TIIK -.till lingering prejudice
against women trombonists
was expressed forcibly the other
day by the C'helmsford Town
Band, h l Victorian
days, when uirls of good family
eloped with their trombone teach-
gCBj RVan George Bh
the trombone unfemininc. She
was holding one on a winter's day
whan da Mussel tried to
her He got entangled in it and
nearly strangled himself. "Can't
vim put it down?" In- shouted
"How can I?" she cried. "My
left arm's caught." A flirtation.
as Marlvxux once wrote, under
MM conditions becomes ridicu-
lous. So does musk, as Gounod
said to de Vleuzac. Visitors to
Coppet are still shown Mme. de
Slael's trombone with two mouth-
in- for herself nnd one *
TaUeyrnad.
CWO-c *'OK.-Ho. S
Id ..-.
MM ii
. w n 11 n No* eagain
X 1)511 .Mmil.
lOW .:
KtiOW wtint i
i Uie I
nuns
What in*. Mint c
tart in wmtn-i>i'
licln-p <7i
, What w M naai- -
i...in i:.
ah onirei
. what i* \.
whiiii sun i
doctrtnf

-t i____
ssnid i" "<" Hi-
hit >i>rJ |a iM.u. m i
and aninnvm oi untie >
- BBllrt.
i iir^it Hanoi.
icr:id thai the j-.n guided
hi. i- igi
B Wimt Kipling charar'.rr *
i n *uIMT (Si
1 Wmi eiienda from Cape Horn
to 1'anama ? fll
i What i. me aroiip wm MJ
Archibald
Scott Coupet
tSatlUk dhem -
i>/ thi- faVhWl I
tiie structun ./ orgmtk
i:.>MI pOII tills. I i .
WM* only .*' |
CJouper, who u\i< ttitjyiitf
in Paris, siihni"
"On a rVfcw
Tfirory" to r
Academy of S
was not read, MWiVffj as Ins tutor considered his tkiorift W or too
ri lolutionary. In this paper, Couper suggtitt'd that fV>i
structure which is accepted today. Shortly aftenrards nWGrrmi
KehuU published a paper proposing exactly the same structure anJ. through
the delayed publication of (Super's paper, was acclaimed thro
scientiju world at ll.r autv**) Ttr,
Born in Ktftinlitloch, Scotland, w ifit.Couper started his
student at Ekaaaa I f, liit chronic tik
disappointment at Ml '* kofm yniiion, lombined to bftmt MJ I
from the age of27 lie tocknofurih 1 a,tn< pat tin ilwtm.il
life. It was not \miii 1 hit aVa*M (n f\f
i$o>2 that a yroup of n^atui hit *
discoveries, and tendered homo^t to Utii lor.^
genius.

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mnfr
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T eaiar
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/V#ff/'f* t.ittitw ...
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qlFHE
"('online and Refreshing as a
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The Manufacture of UnMseae.
FaUow Barbadians j
18 to 67e. al Y.ar
I oloiiif'* l*i*o% ifIr llir Haw
>l;iin ials At London Slio^ Fair
CINDERELLA SHOES
LONDON
Raw materials from Colonial
eluded In the
akr-up of nearly every tvpc of
c: and shoe exhumed ,1: the
Pali which
Thai the. has precrMn n...,
ase n sMe hU. Vsa-p * tfc*
sfc ! asads freea a rrs*spaeseS>
matum.
leeM aasreat Seraea*.
D thai week
ihut im-
:nc 1'iiiicd Kingdom of
hid** and skins from EAST gad
, 1 "* Africii .hi now higher
than at any other time in Ihe
.ind shoe
One Leieeater firm making a
1.idles' kid glace shoe is
using '10 ^er cent Nigerian goat
IT* being
-xporteil rnainlv to Empire coun-
are the
now l the Sadw Well- baltel Com-
Ln| Uai inited States
raair on-duu shoes are made
:. fnvn Nigerian
md raw hides
1 rubher soles piodmi-
ol MALAYA still kei-p
lhatr Mpremaey (or children's
for cxnmt to the United
;md Sc^indlniivian
Two of the most glamorous and
nweaahre styles shown at the
fi.11 are shin's made from EAST
AFRICAN crocodile. These are
me.int for specialised overseas
markets'the London firm that
makes them has representatives
In .ill America's largest clties--
and will sell at 30 dollars a pair
in the U.S.A.
So great is the present inter-
tiation,l demsnd fpr British fool-
uear that many of the leading
manufacturers have recently
ppotated new agencies In Colo-
territories, including,
NORTHEBN HHODP-SIA. BRIT-
I S II GUIANA, BARBADOS.
TRINIDAD and NIGERIA
liupprt and lite Catawtuj 10
H5
When Hut,
he t.ll. the
found nun JUcrr parM
MYS. "I think .: nuy f>
CMW diroueh SSW
"Uy be able -o 'apb.n ho*
*tr h.-, BUt I (an*: rnihr oui e/t-
I m-( it you Cin undi
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inc-U. in..!. _.
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faiilo.nl.. 10 a m Programme Perade.
IS m B-rl Of To.- Ili.*-l Oftwance
tot|H. B45 a.m Dance MuaK, t 90 a m.
OOM Down. It Op 'Mil" The N"
111* pm Nov/a Anal**it, it II p m
Joseph. Uuacant. 11 B R m IJghl Ot<
Ceeetral Muaic, 1.11 p in. BaaUo NeVSTMl
I SO pm AnyUuns To Pwlare. x .i
|i in The Neva. I 10 p in Honir Ne"
ti '. BMlain. t 15 p m Gnflttah Clo-
quenee, 1 M p.m. Siariisht Hour, > M
p.m. Spo.t. Review. 4 00 p m Th Ne
4 10 p.111 The Dally Service. II in
Ji.k Train-. Hecnid Variety Ml) 5
pm Lialener'a Ctooice. SIS pm J-to-
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Mt. > SO The Nature of Ihe Umverae T 00
Ii 1.1 TV- N.t... T 10 > m New> Ait-IV-
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IB p at. Harold Mm.nl Al The Theaue
Orfan. IS pm, lUrtlo Theelre. lOOu
pm The Nea. 10.10 p m. IMefhide.
15 IS |- tn ryea Li rh Pacific. 10 "
Pm Muatc rrom The Balli-t II 00 p m
Hi-.ir It Again
Heirl Trouble
Caused by High
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1 Eats pelaa aeMsa Ihe haar
uUftSa, dlaalsaaa. headaebaa :
I ha^li ef head an* aboee ei->
. iU.feelBerv7, o
'-' .'om poor ala.p. loea af amiir
Uli aaorsr. tnaisMtlan, wbtt> a,
'car yeur Iroubla Is proMktJ eau*> '
f High Blood P-eaeura. TSJo ta -
vaiafloui dlaaaa. thai Hutu i.-.
aihi tbaa aaoar, haeaaoe tl
i] ntpioma are so >masea and OOoaJl'
itafatn tor nm elmple all meat, i
m eurTer from sb of Ihaoa oymji-
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i-*rt Trouble or a paralylte etrofca
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ia iu!
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SATURDAY, SKITKMBF.R 23. IftSO
BARBADOS U>\iH All
PAGE i iiki i.
U.S. Journalist
Expelled From
Czechoslovakia
PRA(.i |
1** Czechoslovak Government
today informed William Oatis 3fl-
year-olri Suff Correspondent In
Plague of the Associated press of
America that he was no longer
"Persona Grata." and asked him
to leave Czechoslovakia by Sep-
tember 30
Oatls who arrived three months
ugo to take charge of Associated
Press activities in Prague after
the expulsion of his two prede-
cessors here, called at the Foreign
Ministry' this morning.
He said afterwards that the
official at the Press Department
said: "You are no longer "Persona
Grata." Your behaviour has been
such as not to justify prolonging
your Accreditation. This Is not
a measure directed against the
Associated Press. It is directed
against you personally."
Oatis said that the official did
not give any further reason for
his expulsion but said! "you know
why." Western CorrcsjiondenU
In Prague must call at Hie Fur-
eign Ministry every quarter for
renewal or some overlooking- jf
their credentiais KeUler.
Business Good; No
Time For Politics
By IAN I k \ M i:
NEUSS, Near DuesseWorf.
Sept 22.
Hasso Von MantvuAcl. former
German Panzer Army Command-
er and now export manager of a
small screw factory told Renter
here to-day that his business was
thriving far too well for him to
have any spare time for politics,
still lass to batch plans for a new
German army.
Manteuffel, who commanded
ex-Field Marshal Gero Von Rund-
Ntedt's Panzer army in the 144
German counter offensive In Ar-
dtnsssl, made this statement In
denying a Warsaw radio report
that he had made an agreement
with Ceneral Anders ti> include
remnants of Lhe Polish Free Corps
In a future West German arm>
Manteuffel however admitted
that he had written an open letter
to Chancellor Dr Konrad
Adenauer last winter about nam-
ing an army of SO divisions but
he said that since then "really I
have hardly given any of these
matters a thought Reuter.
U.S. Stock Market
Highest In 19 Years
NEW YORK. Sept. 22.
The New York stock market
today soared to Its highest peak
for 19 years as a result of the
partly inflationary factors and
partly because United Slates'
economy has been producing at
record high levels. The demand
for goods and services is expected
to continue Indefinitely, authorita-
tive sources here indicated today.
Order books already crammed
with civilian orders are expected
to bulge still more when Ameri-
can mobilisation swings into top
gear.
Removal By
Parachute
SINGAPORE
The RAF recently conducted I
furniture delivery entirely by air
to a remote village in Borneo. Air
Headquarters announced. The
led to establish .
European District Officer at Pen
*)angan. close to the Indonesian
bordera journey which would
require weeks through dense-it
jungle and many porters to carry
supplies and equipment. So the
RAF packed m tons of furniture
stores and medical goods into *.
Dakota and parachuted them Into
a tiny clearing on the river bank
near The village All the goods
arrived safelv
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
<*.h M...M* n. a>h LurtUr M Smllh.
i -,.

Srh Philip H Davidaon. S. ii Fiiiin*.
pha, Srh. Lorhtnvar 8.. 8ch.
Harriet WnillHH. Sch m*nii*l C
Gordon Srti Ortl V Smllh. Sch Oar-
rtrr.la W S<4< Stla WnlU>. M V U-ii.
M.i>
M
Hi l.l'll "I
Srlvxinrc Mary E C*mHn. U lom
iwl. Cap! Jtiph. lor Dominic*
AH Van*lu*1man
Cpt 5lon. fat AMVMB.
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Stalion
Butler Prime
Minister?
r-or-sPAJN
Mr Mltr.i Sinanan legal ad-
visei to the llutler Party, and a
member of the new Legislative
Council told pressmen on Tuesday
that "Inasmuch as the party,
compared to any other single
group, will be having a majority
of seats It Is not too much to pre-
dict that with the help of the In-
dependent* II could form the nu-
cleus of a machinery that would
ga t<> loran Um Qosm
Commenting on the successes
gained by Butlerllet. at the PoDs,
l.OV
. When the iblpg pus* down the
Over SO men and boys turned C flannel with Festival of BrtUia
ploymtnt Agency. I visitors from the Continent ur lhe
Queen- I I I 1 "o *-*trrn Common m
Sir..
ul.uM :h. |
.rvrt Winrto
iW*.t
wiu)
lolkmlnc .hlpa n.i.mah ihclr
naroaoaa Coaat Station:
St PartuiM, a.8. Rio Orinoco, % S.
Ran|rr US C O lhulln. SS f*nrt
Town.hend. SS Lady Rodney, 11 Jana
Slav*. HI Abraham Lincoln. U.V.
Dolor*-*. SS poly Ttadai IS North
Star. MS Murl Hnmn.hr Wallowa
SUlU
as a food omen
During the campaign he ^ ..- *.'<
propaganda chief for the party He
said six. and possiK
icounting in Mr. A. P. T. James
of Tobago) successes for the llut-
lerltes at the Polls out of a pro-
jected ileld of 17. represented, al-
though short of the m;irk. |
altogether unimpressive record.
Mr. Sinaiuin said "Mr. Butler as
loader Of the party In the HoUM
may yet become Ihg Prime Minis-
ter if Bufleritct. stiek togelhet as
a team. I eertaiul.v do. i
any deterioration."
Transport Services
Drop 20m In U.K.
LONDON. Sept. 21.
Britain's huge slat.- run Tr-m*-
port Services lost C2O.8O0.0O0 last
year. It was announced
Wednesday night Tin I
Transport Commission in Its an-
r.'ial report said the loss was
16,071.429 more than in 1948 It
was spread over the vast Trans-
port network taken over by the
Labour Governmeia from private
enterprise (Caa. Preaa)
The Weather
TO-DAY
>uu Klsca: 5.59 a.sa.
San SeU: 5 56 p.m.
Moos J- .lli September 26
I.iiihluw : 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 1.54 a-m 2.2J
POl
TMltHMlT
Rainfall : (Codringtoo) NU
Total t.n Month to Yester-
day : 3.85 ins.
11 mi., r .inr, (Max.I 87.0'F.
Temperature (Mln.) 75.0* F.
Wind nirreUon (9 am > I
E.N.fc.
Wind Vrlorlly 11 miles per
hour
h.ir.imi-irr (9 a.m.) 29.97f
(3 p.m ) 29 874
ss (...h,,,. gj Hecuba, SB. Lady Nel-
-.*. S I-.iS.im !* S Alt.- PWOeH, B.S.
r.arnai Hutlnai. SS Linda Dan, SS.
Petto*. SS. Em Chattanoosa. 5 -
Appularhrr, SS. C^WnMU, SS. Orso-
BasstiM, 3* Sun Vtlr.
'jn Vs* Koii. ss. Tnrlnn. ss.
polaln-lla. SS Sumlala. SS Gtinl. SS
"U-:'( SS HuljnU. SS Artllr OrtM.
SS HohIi Rovt. SS Inslrlnn. S.S.
Chnapvak*. SS Tlbrrlm. SS Ni>idin>-.
SS Agatha. SS Pi>ldant<> Dulia. S.S
H-mindi SS Tbla> E. Su.iu.lmry. SS
Wilfnf.1. SS ValoM>. SS. Rapia,
Vamhlll, SS VUmMmlnn. SS RH'nl
I 1'opan). S S Will*itii.lad, S.S. AUuia, SS.
( Alar.
1,000 VotesHeJeeted
PORT-OF-SI'AIN
Nearly 1.000 votes are reported
to have'been rtjMtad la the pre-
liminary count in the district
around Paradise Pastxirr. S:m
Fernando, South Trinidad, where
there were more than 60 boxes
D the first four boxes
cleared yesterday totalled 109.
A view Is expressed that tie
count is not likely to be com-
pleted before nest week
15-Year Girl Missing
FYofn Our Own Corr#*pondenl
PORT-OF-SPAIN
A Port-of-Spaln girl who has
Seen missing for MHtf eight
months and believed to have been
abducted is being sought by the
police. She is about 15 yean of
Out Of Fifty
2 Men
Will Work
Britanniu In
Flowers ToGreel
The V bason
inctef for agri-
cultural labourers hut only two
Alts* ;bou< ;*5 had been inter-'
of the I'n-
ploymenl A pern i the others.
drlmd ian tha 1'ark muttering
f discontent
Most of th .uen "-*re single.
' l '
agricultural work 'ocalK "Th>-
.age* in- M.ey said.
:he boys complained of

and of wages, saying that they
tad mother- ana fathers who
pOOii lham.
One boy .v;nd th.it he wanted a
job bringing him not less than 810
,i< hauffeuT
I Rock, toid Um AaaKseaM
that he went lo the A'gen. i with
- I of bring sent out
of the is. >Mnent. If
knew iii.it men were wanted
he
had none
Scum
scum". In
the U.S.A. It is QUll< a different
tune surrounded
by quite ruunK-i of the crowd
ing in wha "i
ght' and many
other phi.ises of assent.
i\ tiling that can solve
i piartMDi problen liurbados is either emli;r.ition or
settlement in one of the big coun-
i OTMn Ptaekman
add
will see on the cliffs at St
Bay. near l<
of Britannia in flowers.
Margaret's Bay p
their town as the gateway
land
iey argue that il is the near-
est spot to the Continent, and
M lg up to them to greet the
vMtsaa by ship and airplane with
a syiniwl of the greatness of
Brluin
"All the people here ..i>
said Mr H. C, Laasm
cbairman of Dover Hunl OosMaoS,
t'-l.iy
"The symbol of Britannia will
b* 100 feet long and 70 feet broad.
It will be on the part of the dmrM
DfK) towards the sea. and
< visible to ships passing
i.innct ait.l lo airplanes.
The site has been cleared, and
If further ran be done during
th- winter We are taking c*-
T* rt advice on the flowers to plant.
T 'V will, of course, be red, while
si 1 blue "
-UE.8.
I vans Acting
Governor
Of Bahama*
NASSAU, Bahamas, B
The guv11 m...'nt .(iin^umed oe
Thursday that Frederick Evaiu
former Colonial Secrvtary Is re.
turning temporarUy to admlni.-tei
the Oovernmaot following th-
death last weak of Govenwsi
(eorge Sanford
tvans, recvnUy appointed Sec re-
tar. to the Defence Minister of
the Gold Coast Is due hare on Sept-
tember 3t.
He still U In London where he
went for conferences with
Colonial Offer, Km will
until the appointment of the now
governor(C.r >
Very 111 After
5 Days In Well
Clovti HOI kg Um honk nlmloi
from Howeir-i Crosi Road. St
Mil h.ii-i. who ..... found tJm i i
ilk* Sugar EaMU
on Thursday and is now at the
Hospital bag iniprov^l
but little, the "Advocate" was In'
terday.
-d to see
him yesterday
--'-'.-.----'.-,-.-.-- .-.'-v>'-'..V,',--*.',-,'- ,'.*,'.v,--'**.'.----v-'-^'--'. '-''_
MEW snif'H OF
in mis AMAKA HAUBOSAMOE
I 11(1111 PARAFFIN SYKCP (IF FIGS
and
RUSKS B*by\ FirM s,.lnl Food
Aba m \ mi u of CIGARS
HMII>S HUM. STORES
,'.'.**'*,::*.',
s.:'s.:','ss,'ssss.'*s:?.
AfOtrftvi't Breelliing
Comfort in Your Pocket! |
BODY IDENTIFIED
BY FINGERPRINTS
<(>> obi O" ii i 'in"!.....J'l-
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Doon Harylal. whose (total M
was found floating in the Port-
(.f-Spain harbour on Sundnv
morning was identified by flngci-
prlnts.
VlCKS
Inho.
' Clears
Stuffy
Atosi
*
***mm%W
MM, I II" IV.II
oxiifoit, mi
i n n ;
I ln.uk..
HOW ABOUT gBloj)
lor in*t.inl hrtathiiij
your pocket or handbag for your lluli Vkfci
IT'S TINY-bui loaded lull of volatile. noe Now. unvirw the cap, and put llu' i i V I i
nostril in nun Inhaled I '
omifli.' your nose and head lerl clf.ir again 11 WMoftcn m nociKd.

VlCKS BNHAEAc*
'J^FIFIR good look- Ml you thev're fust riglif.
You know. too. when yon look at the price
tag, tlial you can't get finer \ ulue. lllustratol
i a Tao Oxford. Tied to every pair i iho John
White Guarantee Shield -the ign which
means 'jusf rig.nl 7 I-ouk fur it in Icuding
tores in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
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,*//>/.*.
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ANOTHER LINK IN A MIGHTY CHAIN OF NEW ENTERPRISES
TO THE PUBLIC OF BARBADOS YOUR 1ST CHINESE RESTAURANT
66
THE r II I \ A DOLL
>>
HOSPITALITY AMD GOOD FOOD!
Yours To Enjoy
DINE & WINE IN
AN ATMOSPHERE OF
DELIGHT AND CHARM
FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS'
DIAL OUR RECEPTIONIST
6
9
2
6
9
2
NO. 6 MARHILI. ST. BRIDGETOWN
(FAMOUS ALL OVER THE GLOBE "J
Mrs. D. CHAN
formerly of the
CHINA CUPPER" Trinidad
A WELL SUM Kill UAH.
OPENING TO-NITE AT 7 P.M.
I AND OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 AM.- 12 MID-NITE
j TO-NITES ATTRACTION:- MODERN MUSIC RY "THE HOT SHOTS"
| In an interview given to the advocate yesterday -HK. MAI lllli: MHtt representative of The MIm- TfcMrim Lag Barbados said that -The China lloll
I ll.MiH.nnii offers to the public of Barbados its first Chinese Restaurant and will fill a long felt requirement in this colony viz- the obtaining of
I good Foods after the closing of business places in town. "Th- lloll" situated at No. 6 Marhill Street was renovated at a cost of $20,000.00 was financed
^ exclusively by the wealthy Tdad financer NH. "TO liOKOOI. Governing Director ot ;IuIm- llnir.s Inl. of the West Indies. The kitchen will be under
; the capable supervision of 2 Chinese Chefs.
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PAGE POUR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SAlTI'.liW MITEMBr.H 23, 15*
BARBADOS! AmlMTE
s.i i ii nl.i \ si |ii< ii 1.1 i 23, I9.'0
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Thiw Is A Bird
Barbados Bniltliiii(
FOR many years there lias been a
desperate need in Barbados for an -
organisation from wlm.'i psofkle I -uld bor-
nOW BUSH o( DMMW) i'l v.i
building, repairing and painting their
homes, such loans beini: repayable wftfi
interest over a period of
The all too prevalent illusion, that any
small-holder with good security i
and house can easily obtain such a loan
by presenting his papers bo i
anting (or the loan, exists only in the ntfndl
oi those who have never b
Solicitors in Barbados have an amount
of work to do in making searches of titles
which would appear to be unduly tedious
and time consuming, and which might be
ong over
due revision of Registration Procedure
Ii is quite unreasonable to expect them
to be able to quickly deal with nioic than a
relatively few of the man) requ
such loans.
Again, those with money to invest wish
to effect such investment in one loan,
which they wish to run full term, and are
quite sensibly opposed to having a number
of loans made with their money, more
especially if the borrower v.
ively to reduce his indebtedness.
This problem has not been confined to
Barbados but has existed and been long
since solved in many parts of the world,
including other West Indian islands, by the
organisation of one or more efficiently
managed Building Societies, which are
mutually beneficial organisations run for
the members, with the scrupulously fair
division amongst those members of all
profits.
In America, the practice is to have such
Societies, and the Government has set up
a department known as the Federal Hous-
ing Administration, which guarantees
loans made by the Societies, to the tune
sometimes of 90 odd per cent, such loans
being made mostly to returned G.Is.
In England, there are more than 140
Building Societies, some of them with as
many as 400,000 members. These F.nglish
Building Societies are run for the just and
mutual benefit of all the members and
make intelligently considered loans on first
mortgage security over real estate, but are
not backed by any Governmental Bgmoy.
They have become affiliated in an Ass<>
cited Building Societies of Great Britain,
an organisation whose objective is the
steady improvement of Building Society
practice throughout the country, and as an
offshoot there exists an Institute for the
training of clerks in modern Building Soci-
ety practice.
In order to achieve the formation of the
Barbados Building Society the Secretary
of the Associated Building Societies of
Great Britain was approached and his as-
sistance, in the form of verbal discussion
of the problems, and in the donution of all
the most modern pamphlets issued under
the auspices of the Building Societies In-
stitute, has been invaluable.
In point of fact, it is mainly due to the
assistance rendered so graciously by him
ahd by the Secretary of the flourishing
Trinidad Building and Loan, that Barbados
can at last boast a properly organised
Building Society.
The Barbados Building Society, there-
fore, as does every other Building Society,
forms a channel into which investors can
feed money in amounts and at times largely
of their own choosing and thus acquire a
perfectly sale investment paying better
than average dividends.
At the same time the dual purpose of
the Society is served by its providing a
fund from which those people in all walks
of life, who are desirous of borrowing
money for building or improving their
homes can effect loans by giving a first
mortgage over land and house as suitable
security, and can repay such loans over a
period of years.
The time saved and the ease of proce-
dure alone will be very welcome.
It is the intention of the directors of the
Barbados Building Society to take advan-
tage of the offer by the Associated Build-
ing Societies of Great Britain to bet Kim1
affiliated to that body as soon as this be-
comes feasible.
k.11 use,
of Sculpttn
LONDON
Win I<| lii.ii.ni>;. Hi.- Iiii(h prices
of base metal* And the increase
in the ur' "f MbatltatM appear
lo bo having thru- effect Oil HM
rorld of art a gtaaiei ai the
eighty-odd pieces in the "Sculp-
ture In Um Home" i >
BO increase 'he popular-
ily of sculpturein London con-
firms the impression.
It u well known thai for want
Of a nail a battle wus loot. This
adage obviously serves as the
clUS to What is behind the sculp-
ture of today. So often in the
work of the younger generate ?
of sculptors, rusty nails protrude
' iiu can only imagine l>;
be strategic positions, in lumps of
Cot*wi4d stone. The presence of
these rusty nails one mm attri-
bute to the high prices of imported
on and the fact that the article?.
into which the ores are manufac-
n labelled for "export
- .ving "x1 home market
-hurt
It seems as if, for the '.ails and
other materials required for the
casting of metal statues, sculp-
tors are now loreed to search
bombed-siles. They pick up, or
: ick up there, the frag-
H? ,>lan Km .i. f I
...
nail or bt| of Das ..n of which
mold obligingly Into the abstract
ittothj which arc more
and more frequently wn in the
art of today.
During their searches, it mutt
be that the sculptors come across
.'.range creaturai with neither
OJ flesh, fo.vl
nor good ret barring". Therein
only explanation for
such an exhibit as that of a little
arrangement of mental knobs and
spikes which Edouardo I'aolorzi is
pleased to call bird. Here is i
bro. with no obvious beauty, no
hue and no symmetry.
barring the legs which hold up the
base on which the com;!
stands. It is fantastic!
While abstraction and distortion
are the general ihcme of the
exhibition, "Bird, 1950" is adtn.'.-
tedly one of the note peculiar
and least attractive exhlbra It
is characteristic of a type of mod-
ern sculpture which mak. Hear]
Moire appear almost oil fasnloni I
ad i.. d .i I
quite, quite passe in comparison.
the exhibit
curiously stimulatn. In a modern
home end with modern hanging*
not be wholly i
I
in : vttt
lips, roses

lo Btll 11.- |
works out ui n mcfo fraction of
days of gracious bvini-
" -
1m of the exBttd
can Just about bo icon
in the dining-
i "I'-ctim-Hvii
Innovation;, ofte:
al !.l ->! !
as "Bird. 1950"
Hepwoith'r
spheres. An age i
bound tn produce ,i
pUestsdl si .


.
Will we I
.id,I mon startling :
.H'll UOVClllC-
ad Barbara
wooden
and just bi
ii'. no doubt
il the newci
Silting On The Fence
By MillWIII .i IIIIINS
' Intclle lu.il group begin-
ning campus, holiday, have
room foi one. Need not be
Intellectual, but knowll
tents, cooking appreciated."
Idefc
THE scene Is u rain-soddt
lic-lil iii Sussex Tent poles grid
aiuas b.ivi Lei n unluadi d from me if /
I lorry. actress a
Tall, thin men in shorts, show- "1 can
ng long, hairy legs, and open- the hotel
necked shirts, revealing large
Adam's gppl, Sire in earnest con-
versation with half-risked woman
wearing sandals and necklaces of
coloured wooden beads.
"What's the extra one''" tiny
n asktnf. 'Man or woman?"
WoaiSaV"
"I hope the fool can light a
lire M> feet are wet."
Then / hfUj rsctfi PasMcm i IAS dark. Nobody ran under- gsjd the Ruasiaiu won't bother to
Hand rnsnMM except in ih. diop stornk bntnba on ths clues,
to**.'' .. hut will drop them in In.
:.!: .. ever.* lnl> Kick .ill llll|lll{| U!, ,|, ,,
thai atufl In the lorry. .....yj nul llUill ^aves which will
"Be/ore you yo, please listen to swoep aci, | | ,,,,, U1
uou osn (eu a]] ,lllVt. llkl. lobsters.
>\y Ophelia. Tim
yoiriy lo
not.''
te& you dc
everybody."
be a urea*
l.rilfg* I' mm
A n ill
M^ Ucar
An
BOK
As tut Wsi OfBoa wool
answer youi I oi It Vnd'i bitten
demanding the re-form.iium ol
tin- Hams Querd, aa a oosseeo-
You'll be glad to bosr that
dear, darling Porgj'l Still With us.
initsssl of
,. dofd as would now be obout ukj,
but we keep bun 111 on Emily*!
n (she nlwaya feels sick
at mi all lines) and he still has
enough spmt I bi'e hei [.,:
iindsi the tsble, though got
SM getting Imig and loose.
Tli.
f hope Iha car. pul up lenls. trating all his enegerics on Th ull reads K.ul
I nearly stunned myself uHih a hounding down local Communists Marx in the tool shed and is now
.mil fellow txaveUsrs. shea he should
"I'd be grateful if the creature As you might expect, the iron- Im> lifting the potatoc:*. He thinks
^ould Ik>II Morne potatoes or open monger, who had u commission he will be
a tin. I've cut nay fingers to in the local H.Q.s, U your uncle's avenue on "the day" ,md might
rlbboi
"Ii Unit lur struoolina ihrouuli
the gate with
ss
'I BUPpOSS gfl
"Oil. h.Uo.
heavy "
huge porrnan-
Hello. there."
Oo, thai bag's
'You didn't really need it. you
know A rucksack's good enough."
* f liad to bring my books."
"Hooks?"
*'Yi*. fee brought Shakespeare,
.Shan-. Chaucer's Casstrbtr||
Tales, and fuilikin."
"Yu needn't worry about that
0 you put up a tent?"
"Oh. no. I nearly
apscl/ truing lo do (hi
was In the Uruu-mcs. Are you
fond o/ Hach"'
"Never mind about Uaeh Can
you light a "Oh. no. f couldn't do that. '
chief vicUm. As most people turn to ardi
know the ironmonger is no more tQUSd to shoot us as bourgeolse
than o mild Soci.iii-1 ami hates reaettonarlsa,
the Communists, it is very unfor- Y'our loving.
tunate for htm that be always Aunt Maud.
seems to be away somewhere s
when there's sabotage in the I gill Mall
N'.iv He was on hi.t holidays ||irll'-^Iri'l'C
when something went wrung with
the aircraft carrier Thsssui. -| Jamms, Kashmir, witch
Y'our uncle grille.1 flum wben docton have opansd s clinic."
be came back and told him the , ...,., tll, nrHH.
bill from a boarding My Jamma eon cspondent writes
house at Heme Bay was a fake M agji that, except 09f the differ-
. a private radio transmitter whirn Fn ,
L^ ,X ? Mow* '"""""r U.rouhout tho E"',' , ,h(. ,;I(li ^
pen. jour uncle nuha round o ,h|n|, (rwn ,,.,., Uooa ,m(|
his house lo colch him ml- bl;L,r,.l |,..,s , ,r .
1.....K W" n,a,'" u"'0'"'un- mcnl ot lumlKiKo. lo Ihc .
M tli..-. o 0 oc-uslon Ihi- iron. I.,i,-.i ,,, ,, eurttuj ...|i,.uls ud
Al HOME WITH
IHKTOK JOHNSON
.i v umber ol
Landon'a
: I
Samuel JmIimsiiii U
i iw been fully
. m DM )
"I over r lor one ahilli I
i r probable that tins cooifoi tal
] i ner, moi-e
1 now than it Uid
vnen ii was occupied by the I
he .pit Ion Kpn aged bj '

tne dotnestic i and tho
i ii i. m.- "When Mrs.
s/ss alive,** slv
.-: Eroni hii mi
jard for the rurniture."
i| .ioj a ad lis Bosweli, the
-*"fu al liis biographer, by Lurning the can-
le ra and
. uecause they did not
"Still," Miaa Lune reminds us, "it
il > liapp) ouu i i
. Gougfa Square atteg his wife's
.1 ' e i|
ric household, aevei al
if whom owed their pnaanca t' hbi kind
heart and who. In sjiid quar-
relled a good deal amongst themselves "A
general anarchy." he once remarked "pre*
vails in my kitchen."
First there was hii devoted fr*
anpanion Miaa Wilimms. a blind ladj ,iw
made her home with him (Ol
She ran the home for him. enten.
ind in many ways helped to rill the
e.up left by ihe death of h> wife Johnson
used to rise late, dine out many nl
come home at any time after midnight till
two in the morning. He had a melancholy
horror of solitude, and Mbw WiUlama used
to sit up t*i whatever hour of the night was
in order to talk to him and drink
tea when he arrived. Sometime* company
around him even al thia hour, and
BoffWell records that to be taken in to
.^rink late lea with Miss Willi.nns was an
honour that was coveted amongst the Doc-
tor'a 11 tends.
Another important member ol the house-
hold was Francta Barber. Tins young man
mi .i Jamaican Negro who had come into
the Doctor's service very young and served
him go Long and so faithfully that Johnson
made him the chief heir of what little
property he possessed. Frank performed
nearly '-very office for Joiuwrn dreaaad
him, nursed him when he was ill, ran his
errands, cleaned the house. The kitchen
wus for many years under the command o!
rnoullna, another indigent lady, a
widow who was the daughter of Dr. John-
son's godfather. There was also Lovett,
a raihvr seedy kind of unqualified physician
whose practice was among the very poor
and who at times was almost destitute limi-
tett. lie w*-d regularly to take breakfast
ith Johnson and he always ate ihe crust
if the rolls while Johnson ate the crumbs.
Although thui household may have been
and at times perhaps chaotic, the
Doctor showed his humanity not only by his
general kindness to his dependents, but by
an unusual delicacy In his treatment to-
warda them. Often when he was out to
dinner Miss Williams would find that some
peciaJ di-licacy would arrive for her. When
Dr. Johnson did not wish to be disturbed by
any visttori he would steal away to work in
his attic, so quietly that Frank the m..n
Mrvanl would genuinely think he had gone
t; thus he would be spared the embarras-
ment of having consciously to tell a lie to
Visitors And, Miss Lane said, when Hodge
the family cat, was ill. Dr. Johnson would
go out himself to buy oysters, lest Frank's
leeltngs should be hurt by running errands
for an animal.
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I
that on one oc.'.tsion tin-
rmrhf burned mussU'tO death nionger was Wklnj hi* "
dotnv thai whe.. / u-as in th t to plrc--. Of Mirw, your A]w extri, m fp,IU til:,| (1|1
BrincnU's." uncle wrote to Scotland Yard imn rx-Utivcs ami tM,
"Blast the Brownies. Can you evening. though charge* \ ry according to
boil potato*-* ur open I tin of lbs per (or ma nor.
bullv"' Emily's nei..> .ne i :
Oli. no. I (oi.ldn'i do that. I t *i>- Umt during the war. fat instance, -.he beneficiary
"itfllit rur >ny violin finger. When hc is not dlggUig a fox under the w ill nf rich uncle can
"Your what'.' .____^ ..... hole Tor herself In Uie garden have hin. struck lead by remote
}..ii Mt, rS BTOM0M my ,.he |1(, qUakinH In bed, reading control foe ., (, BAUl
rioim wtM "*''___. __ the oftlciiil A.R.P. handbook on RniU commission m the t
-So y..u ye brought your violin. .)lomli. fliwhw and bums WheI1 Th(. ^ mo& ^ inudfl*Jy
.....hhe read th.it light-coloured lpc> gl
-lothes arc a better protection ous aunt into
II her black
"Oh. yet. I couldn't ii the
rhMCt of plobhiu[before inlcllcc-
ll'hen the oon in
ludls Hk
At- VOU. When Ifu- "icon -i--" -
ui> f li'ill plau Cho,.,. to things to the charwoman U TM common | .:
suppose it doesn t imlWr what lin mom ir matrons
won>, hsppeas to her) and now goes to be turned into rogn.
boat completely hidden in phants has now been forbidden
*i/til so sooth- white draperies like j (ghost. > because the last one wreck
"Choiiri U
inu in Ihe mootilioht.
IlHTr-
tonight "
Florrie came round to tea and Clinic
told us there is no hope for any-
Itpicsa Service
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Thimk* For Thv Hw.,1
The Editor, The Advocate.
Slit.IMense allow me on behalf of U
of St. Joseph to thank Col. Miehehn I.
Hand on Thursday afternoon I
; most delightful coiuert at Bathsheba. Captain
Unison ,-ind his men were In excellent form and
do WSS well appreciated by |h# Isrg
rrowdl who gathered from all parts of II
will soon com Batsln and that
n the not too distant future we will havo tood
i for them at our Commuin' CsntP
Wbieh > hope to establish at Dathsbehu
Yours truly,
L, C MALX.Al.IKt'.
Hector of Si
Most of the commodities review-
ed in the latest issue of "Plan-
tation Crops,"t just published
by the Commonwealth Economic-
Committee, play an important
part in the Commonwealth's trade
with the rest of the world. Three
of these commodities, rubber.
coco* and tea. are high on the
list of Commonwealth dollar
earners but the two former were
seriously affected by the condi-
tion! prevailing in the UnitM
States market during 1949 hi
another case, tobacco,
imported into the Conn
countries chirllv from the UnltSO
States, doUsr-saving uissium
have occasioned continued ex-
pansion m gODf)
Southern Rh--
I n i v
World exports of sugar, lea.
coffee, tobacco and rubber dui ng
1949 were all greater than bf< r-
the war while cocoa exports alst,
though less than prs-wn
hcivni than in 194H n
monwealth again provnU-i the
bulk of world exports <>( la.
cocoa, rubber, and its as
sugar and tobacco reached now
hitli levels.
Production And Trade
The world output of plantation
:..i- baa ii.. i... .
isce the war and h)
production of euaji
and rubber *< aed
.'
I
Ins the war, have also

l
Plant al ion Irons. I!>.0
mand for some of these products
was checked during 194B; on the
export side. Marshall Aid has
helped to maintain the
tobacco to i
short of dollars.
Since the war there has been
the Common-
wealth production of all the main
plantation crops except cocoa.
wh.rc dleaaaa In the Oold Coast
has been a limiting factor, hut
I output in 1949 was at

aval
ed also though there was some
decline In
. t> iii produ
most marked for
rubber, where there has been
considerable progress m both
Malaya and Indonesia; In the
..lion h.'i>
.
begjnnlnf of the
war and production
also, sre;*: i trlns thi
i formerly. A
In the output of am
-iii;.ir i'i
1

ugar producing
.iIk.ui in
before 11. i
occurred
ni Cuba
o a aubstantia]
n production in AiUitra-
i
i Ihar Com-
';es. India. Pak-
i--an an'1 C"M,m itUl
aiout two-thlrdi of the world
nd the output of
,ili> nf
a high
produc-
tion in Brazil and older Impor-

than be-

i tlth pro-


ng Com-
1VKETABIX
OR APE NI'TS
CKREBtlS SALT
PKARI. BAKLKV in Tin*
III.-
BACON in Tins
CANADIAN ECGS
monwealth countries, both South-
ern Rhodesia and Nynsalnm
leased their productloi
I'nited Kingdom Import-.
Commonwealth countries have
supplied pr.uu- llv all the United
Kingdom's tea, cocoa and rubber
in recent jreers, and in 1949 the
Common. of the
total imports of each of these
commodities was 95 per cent, or
more The
share of the coffee imports In
1949 was the same as pre-war.
about SO per cent wU
monwealth supp
ant of the
total, as agahut under 27 per
cent, before the
Klngdon-
a) on ra< a
iii:kkim;s In Tins
KIl'l'KKS In Tina
ltl.\( h I'KI'I'KK
rt hi: vinegar
RISTO ORAVY I'uum |;
i i. i.....wALNinrs
Miwlitl* Corned Beef
Kirn k^
11IKSH VEGETABLES
5-11. Tin PASTKIKISKU
t'HKKSK $3.25
Per Tin
RAISINS 16c. per lb
SWARF'S TOFFEES
** CARR^ >1 II 11ISCFI1 -;
N FLAYEU'S < HiARETTES
pi \^ I R*fl rOBAI I <
I A R BREAD CAKER
CROWN DRINKS
TOP NOTCH RUM
i.til l) lilt AID RUM
On/fr lixhif/ from *V##M# \HirS
.'-'-t. t, t a ooooooopoc n b b i BI n aocnofir n nfi*w*ov


bah in, w si in miikr a. im
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
r11.1 i m
In The "Soho
Of Barbados"
mo of the bu*l-
ii called
:
" i live hawkt-r-
:

I II.. t., in th,
inahng it
,: in thnr
selling trull, which U*
rattand.
a woman told the
:hat sh-
... ii. j.
win. Ii iv dt-.ir Nrbnn S
'
I orwifi . arapotrulta,
spices, coeonuta and mangoes
BB ..f the few that ha*
li save something for 11

.1 liv many barrels of
oranges, she said that she hopes
i two-room house
and build proper countrr tc
came to
few Irav.
At that
Netaoa St
tin Inil'

determination to
:

i
. d i'v tin-
s' i n U i ate ouar-
oclM
languaf itnil and the
ol tbt foreigners is
i | vt the onlooker

Walking throupn Nelson BtTM
ones attention is first directed to
the nutters which ure mostly in

crowded with the idle
and many a Hay a tired labourer
nuv he Mn getting a "nap" on
one of tie pavements.
AT HOMi:

The Unhappy
Leewards
AN INDUITRIOU8 TENANT at the Pti
visited ihc Area yesterday. Nearby a
s Housing F*t t-
ronan Is taking i
caning a iIk.i *u*r
* ef water through tin
he Advocate"
Window
Pine Estate Houam iButler's Absence From
Trinidad Lost Him Scats
7 Wills Admitted
To Probate
His lie iMiiii the Chief Judge.
Sir Allan Colly more, in the Court
.erday granted the
KlUlons of seven people for Let-
's of Administration, and admit-
ted seven wills to probate.
The petitions were as follow:
Petition of Martha Augusta Le*-
h, of Iw Hoad, St. Michael to the
Allan Berestord I-eslie.
of Eustace Maxwell
ShIlatofM Jind I. E. B. Gill, Sa-
in l>l;ind as Attorneys
'.: Harris and Henry O,
Harris (cum tcstamejito unnexo)
to estate of At heist an Walson late
.if Christ Church.
Petition ef Florence AllK?rtha
Held of St. Philip to Um e-t..u-
of Frederick Arthur Held.
Petition of Lily Jawahir of St
Michael to the estate of Gordon
(cum uatamanto an-

of Charles Undaaj
, in Hi. estate
Of Bdward Arnold llnird
ri of Thelma Zenn Hinds
of Christ Church to the estate of
Alice LoulM ThaUl Greathead.
1'oetioii of VltaSlaillOT Edgar
(ulstone of St. Michael, attorney
i .ild Dacnsta Mnynard of
New York City to the estate of
Joatph Aufualua afaynardu
The ii.lines of those WhOM Wllli
i. follow: I*titia
Smith. A-htnn Winthrop Hunt.
Clarence ttnyley. Helen Holder,
dei and George
TbaophUui Pollard, late of St.
Michael, and Charles William
Christopher Salman, ma of Qt
Oaorga
New Bunk Manager
Mr. C. C BetheU, clerk of tho
Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank,
was yesterday appointed Manager
of thai B;ink. He fills the place
of Mr. A. 1. Bailey who has re-
lire-'.
The appointoMot wee made at
a meeting of the Board of
and u
era now living at the
. log Batata at tii*-
-. .,
Uu. of the How i
Alloca-
tion of hoti > iii inn I
fobbed for lha Urn I* In
will stii andin on rctaptofaan of
. kjtaona] ho nag top of the hill opp
i i iipii d
Sk lour-room houw.*, lea o!
three rooms and fourteen i f two
:. now being lived hi
. i
BO did not get last year
food vicUms were given
The he
water eloeete, domeatk tap* and
orlty of ei
,1 the
no pri-
vate sockswraa, but i
I I with whi< .> I i ulni t
, built of it
The keeping of feathered stock,
sheep, goals and rabbits is allow-
ed, but no pigs can be kepi. The
keeping of any kind of stock is
subject to the control of the
sanitary authorities, and any
buildings erected for stock keep*
ng purposes have to be approved
by the Housing Board.
No electricity has yet been in-
stalled In the estate. This will
hgva bo await the building of a
iain entrance road to serve
the area. The Board hopes to
road constructed soon.
The area is one of the coolest
in St Michael, but yesterday's
temperature, about 87 degrees In
the shade, had tenants hurrying
D Cram outdoor washing nfter 11
I m It did not stop i^ie tenant
from doing some chair caning as
can be seen In the picture which
accompanies this story In the
Ellin c. another tenant, a woman.
about to cool off with a class
jf water she Is being handed
Ihroutth the window.
Chinese Restaurant
In Bridgetown
The ant Chinese KesUiuranl in
Barbados will be opened tonight
at 7 o'clock Situated in Marhill
Street, City, tho restaurant has
private dining rooms and two halls
and a bar.
The lampshades hanging in the
verandah are of oriental design
.>nd 100 people can easily be ac-
commodated in the Restaurant.
In U interview with the Advo-
cate ' urday Mr. Maurice Jones.
Globe representative said that it
was felt that a place where the
public CaO go and enjoy them-
selves with a good meal was need-
ed. He felt sure that this Chinese
Restaurant would be able to satis-
fy the needs.
Thinks lirancker
IK BUTLKB had returned toTnnldrsd aoooot, be would
have wn even more seats in the Council. Mr. J i 1'
Brancker M.C.P.. who returned from Tl
day laid the Advocate yesterday.
Mr. Brancker taJd that tha polling rfan wai the qulet-
aet he ever experienced, and thai lha i i wai
-".i>'i > paraonahty than by poiiL-v. No ruin
shops were allowed to be opened and eanvasstriK ..
permitted within a speciiu-d llatanea from |h pollina
DOOttUL The voters walked into the booth> i
a manner as if they wn.- .. dng into church.
, ubUc
aunaa ware bald aUougiy
nnd on UM avi .. ivax
I ! re i atlnu .. ,
of ears an.l bicycle* vm.Ii piacarus
leCOtniBendlfia UM various eandl-
Those who voted for IlllHai'l
canriuiau-s, uid so as though they
were voung for Butler himself.
with the possible exception o(
those BuUcrltes who voted for
Mitra Slnanan as he was the law-
yer who defended Butler some
i an ssja
The defeat of Dr Patrick
Solomon, former member of the
Legislature was widely regretted
b> thinking people throughout
Trinidad. He was beaten by Tang
by about 200 votes Tang was
lacked strongly by the Chinese
cument and by Roman Catholics.
The deciding factor, however
s.iid Mr Brancker. "was undoubt-
edly the action of Government in
making available to the City
Council of which Mr. Tang is at
praaaul Mayor. $44,000 as back
pay for City Council workers The
money was onlv made available
an the tea Of the polling day and
Mr Tang in his ..ip :' ICayOl
took a prominent part i n the
distribution
Back Pay
'Considering the type of people
who were the recipients of the
back pay and of whom a consid-
erable number were voters in the
same district where Norman T.n :
and Dr. Solomon were opponents.
it was not surprising that Solomon
was defeated.
"Dr. Solomon is dearly a man
of whom the Government of
Trirudad li afraid Be
gttiet with his second In com-
mand. Victor Bryan who wu
returned for Eaetorn CountieA
with the largest number of votes
by any candidate in the
elections, the thorn in the rJdo of
Government in the last Hi km
"Mr Gomes hnd a comparative-
ly easy time In North port-of
Spain. He held few meetings and
appeared tu rely on the publicity
he had obtained while in England
as Chairman of the Sugar Oele-
aatlon The Trinidad press
QOBM
atlg .iiki ..> Ui
it.'.
i rtoodal
iting and
kooda] loat, alt) ugn i,. ma .,
BuUente
loaeah, Hayoi uf Ban
FasnaadOi who won from Di ix''
IX-niul SurgaOJ i the most.
astute politicians In the Carib-
baan. In UM legislature, at meet-
ing tfter meatlna, he would take ai
certain aectlou of the electorate i,
auraea, poUea, pa
trivet and would sponsor
move on their behalf, making sure
that before the end of tit,, life
id put in a
i rrerjrbodj He than
reminded the pmplc ,il eliction
ante hoe he had espoused their
cause*
"To select the live members to
lx- elected to COmpb HI Oat
it a matter left for a free vote
of the elected rrranaban They
would bi-
nd to select Mr Butler and hii
right hand man .miong the rive"
Bryan Has Good Chance
rrom Our Own Cotir ST JOHN'S
FHEHE is a new BU
1 I aearavdi 4ha Urshappj Island*
Mr K W, Blackbuie.
rernea >f Hm I
Una wwk had tl
' Hi* ih-w naiiK' >i> hU 8
"In aU my conUcls with pssspH
I in London, from what 1 have read
m the English Press and in the
hundreds of personal letters
".nt from people all -ver
the world from Mala.
t from In-
.iul from Wost Indians, one
nonet ant them*" has be"i rapaavjd
to meeonceni at Bmal
of me m the Leewartl blM
B that all tht i
have got is that the Leewarl
Islands areif I may use a sim-
I M Word -'UrihappN'- Now I
don't know whether thai is true;
but what does oDnoarn Bat is that
the outside world is apparently
talking like ihi about the blanch
"; which /OU and I gre UVing
. r
< I and unh.ippiiiesa to ,he
i iiiatae world, we win
n 't it herder to net Um help
v Inch we need foi d< i
and improvimciH Ooodrnsi
bnowi Um re Menu to I
enoni[h for unh.ippiiie-- U i ,
reads reports about the Ltvward
Islands; poor housing, poor hos-
Idtle water. made ducal ...
ditions Kkrrauy, md au too
Uttle moin'i with which to iiii-
prove them Bui tlii'-.- ..
rial problem-. ind UM] COD be
- Ived m tin * if there b
aoodwul on nil itdae, If people
will only try to Me UM otaac
fellow's point of view, if .
rei) far) to do ttaeti Ml
to help in their s.iluti'i.
if we can solve OUT human prob-
Wa "hall iv well on the
road t.i solving people need.
Must IrfMtk Korwanl
And when We 'uni In OU1
n ilimi problarni let m lernem-
ber that Utopia cannot be achieved
overnight: let us remember that
.- must always look forward
rOClinUhattOni about what may
have happenedor not hp|x-n-,l
i *' i'.i^l nt-t no um> anywhere
- let UI remember that
mprovement of conditions
No Black
Fever In
Barbados
.--.'dependa on every one ol
f.i hionable '! iiiiini .- ii
Mr. Brancker UuDlra that Roy
Joseph and Albert Gomes shoulo
ni'uiill.v in being elected
for the Cabinet by their colleague?
BBd that Victor Bryan with hi'
previous experience in UM l*'g
' mds a good chance.
"It is anticipated thai there wll'
t oioeuvrini
f)n pane 1
it I'
untrlM for
Ii:. public to sit back and blame
"I i Mivcrnmcnt" for MTJ ill
(1 don't know whether i'"is a
. ii.il pastime in the !* ward
irell) Qoverninanti
Ofl< n Deed criticism to spur thent
, reatei elTorts, and to tht
riticlsm Is good. But it
can be the most i*>ul-deslroying
nt to a people if It blinds
them to their own rexponsibih-
tie to the facts that I
B r i.in only do what it can
fiord, and that hard work by all
the people all the time is the onl>
eras to increase production and
ao to enable the Ciovcininent b
pa EOT the things which the
I-. pla need.
- ta such thing m Bar-
i raw .,nd what

'<'. .'.., I.. '..Ml
i Acting
Director
the "Advocate1' yesterday.
i that only one ease of
I
this month This win from th
Harrington Village district With
itacts hnd
received beegnMni bj P.MCs.
i :ti tins veer.
Intei r* ret had been
with H deaths as against
:>.t wiib it aeettM r..r the cor-
Od last year.
(1 tuna ol UM year, said
D 0 Bum, many people were
bscnl from work as a result of
teverish colds and bronchitis --
ilied influenaa wrileh was.
mange or the weatnei
hole. UUt .ear s*. bit
i ind ih
PttiCPAHE rot R
ST000E EOR TME\
EXRMRtTlOX
MM -
XOUOUAh BJ '"/ s i/ i \
\ Michh t'onccnitatcd UUhkJ I. inc and CnrWrlionoi kn
Anaemia. Skin DatfanllB. I'">r CoarjDJon I
I nrkhc the Milk Safplj Md rbfonglj nvonimcnoVd for
preparing .innn.iU for ihrM or nil
Also KOSSOl.lAN IHM 1 I R\ l>\|t
IOIJI/1 l> s\l I I/- lb.
RAO HORSE rONIC 5 lb
due to
On (he
typhoid
i .i.i-
h\ii.liis nun. sunns
...it t*.i.
I'hinhilioii
Crop, 1950
tan raie 4
than before the wai bul la iwn
'in Commonwealth provided 46
per cent oi the total imparta
ire supplemei U
inalderable domestic production
>t bast sunari.
Trends In t'oiiMiinpimn
Estinule- n! coiiMimption |,nw
some notuble ii..
trasts. Thus, although in the
Hod Kingdom UM *-*msumption
coffee nas more than
re pre-e reet it Ii st,n Una
II pti head i
with ID lb in the United SUMS
With DM exception of South
Afrii a. .mil to a less extent Can-
n llUl ountnes
favour lea. and per cajml con-
m 'In United KniKtlom
'- -iboul H lb o anninsl little
...... Ulan "'' >' in i .M umption In
the Untied rUngdom has fallen
smre the war; nevertheless in
I94B. at over 200 million lb n
"e. .ippie.iabl) ,:i.mI.i ||. ,,, i.,..
fore the win Tobacco onsutnp-
in the United Slates bin
ii steadily, and there has been
.. even greater increase In
ma I.i
rinniatioa frapa' ISM PublMhM
' < ......nm.Iti. bunomir con,.
m by H H DUiimifh .wti prir*
i Its. M as
$100 SHARK
Jam
vendoi
INmr OF SPAIN
Carter. Eastern market
in Port-of-Spaln hnd to
ne of Slim r,.r ellum tWO
of shark for in canu In-
il cent*
I'SrWVWWWAfl
,-..(, m j\ stock ...
PURINA
Ci-iuW
A.MIIAI.S 4 PtHlLfK}
WMrWWAfU flrV
MSTMUTOU
H I.... to-.. 4 Co. Ud
DRINK & ENJOY
coolinc; &
hkfkksiiim;
23-- TIN
Table Cloths, Towels and Face Cloths
Coloured Trrr> Towelinif
join- Pel V.inl
Ku.r ( MIh Ea. m. n<
((il.oi KUi BATH TdWKl.s :i:i x tw. Bxk ............... M.15 (
211 x 40. Kuril .................... |LW
x 44. Krh .................. l.3
ii x .12. Bad ...... M
PLAID TABU (LOTUS in Ked. Blue mid Grrcli Bill......... $238
Cave Shepherd & Co. Ltd.
10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
'**** flying
Driving thit MnMtional new M.<>. Midget U like ruiiuling
the euniroU of an aircraft. The smooth. tnponMvc power of iu
1230 c.c. overhead valve engine gives you that impretikui.
Cushiooed ridini comfort nude possible by in flusDeruBOO sati latest type shock sbsorbcrs
add till further to this conception. Co
and sse t tin plus *' version of a
world-wide iporti car %
Better still, come for a drive
"new'tdJseries
MIDGET
FORT IIOVAI 1.AUA1.I LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Diitribulor. Phone 4504


PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATVRDAV. SEPTEMBER 23. !
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
At
1Q

MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
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"' ONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
"
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
YOU 5IOI> TRAIN/WE'LL TELL 1ME 1
PIENM OUCKi (V ENGINEER AND S
FIREMAN ABOUT '
DEI** nun'.
GET YOUR C-UN 1 HE'S AFTER WI,
CUT HUT ~Sj GOIO WERE
MAN'S lUi'tDlX-, CAWW/N7,
T
K. O. CANNON .
THE RIDDLE OF THE RFME REBELS
6CT MV FMltNOS LOOM... 1
l-Vt OOT ANOTHin I
scum to strrittt.../
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS
X QUEAG I MAD
BETTER 0ULPA
LITTLE" FM-IT

s
"
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
-4 S A N^iB
C* T-
^ cw*.
' l/V - *,ft
* IT >/ I 1TXO OJ...ON
*.D...BCT" BB^OR* *F ] THB Bf^AfWS
JUMP, IXACTtV AIRC J BSTATf... an'
3*0 NOU *,tt> T-IA- / TKAT ALL X'
THE PHANTOM
THE PMAWTCM1$ ATL-1 Eft*1 MUST /
TkE GATES.' hF -7 DISCUSS THIS
CAPTURED OtiR V WTTH CX* WAB T
AUKTlrtSPAftTVHE >ILEA060*.
^EUAWMlOftE
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
W0*
SEA BATHINC IS
MORE enjoyable
IN A
BROADWAY SWIM SUIT
A lull range of all sire*
Broadway Dress Shop
/fa*
You can't mistake
its character
You simply cannot mistake the superb flavour
and individual character of "Black & White".
Blended in the special Black & White"
way, it is a truly outstanding Scotch that
has no superior.
BLACK&WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
O/ti Sertr/ii in t/u Blending
r Apvoiiivmm
MM. Ki-| Ca&M "
iMNrnx ft Co. lid
JAMES IUCHANaN ft CO. LTD.. GLASGOW. SCOTLAND
A BRIGHTER
LONGER
LIFE!!
buy... DURALIFE
AUTO HATTERIES-with ebonite separators
COURTESY GARAGE
WMto Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) Dial 4391
CLOSING
It is regretted that we muit Suspend Our Service to You for a
Period i.r approximately THREE WEEKS for the Installation of an
Entirely New Plant.
We will then be .
RE.OPENING
WITH A COMPLETELY NEW PLANT AND A FINER PRODUCT
WILL BE ON THE MARKET FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT.
Bottle*, and Cases can be Returned to us or our Trucks will Pick
These up as usual when we resume Production.
CROWN MINERAL
WATER Co., Ltd.
Rickett Street,
Bridgetown.
FOR
JOB
WEOSHBrnW
ADVOCATE CO., LTD.
Remember I
TAKE
HOME
SOME
MILK
STOUT
Sold by Leading
Establishments Everywhere
IMI'tiklP.D BY
MANNING 9 CO. LTD.
MDGiTOWN
BRBWED ANO BOTTLED BY
Wrn. MURRAY* Co.Ltd.
EDINBURGH. SCOTLAND


SATURDAY, M.I'TtMRKK 21 1*5*
BAUBADOS ADVOCATE
r.u.i
CLASSIFIED ADS.
ICLEPHON' 2508
D*D
WO SEYUOL'k. ai hn tnMncf.
OuMttn Read. CerrkaaSon Village HN
! -rural aill leave hit lair iWAnr*
Kiday > *W pm for We*tb>u> C*n>*
i di nt aakrd I<> attend
Mother.. MM Alfa
V. -g litiUW.
I' A .. Sey-
mour K.i d mm Cu*lac WIMtir*
(MOM**. Marian Jon** MM IRIS. I'M-r Coii>mor* Hock,
iiMci l Un Miiiwn Graham iTiml-
ded> Funeral (.on. her late re.idence
CWIjnwi* Rock. Bl ** am. for (ha
Chinch. Tlt*!.^- to th* WmI-
For KaleCmd
ury C*in**ry.
(TrlaMa* Fa**-. ! i
i Church. Chn*t i
Patrick
lM> a.
I* ar* Skeene
Duncan A.Mrv and Mr. Graham Ciltet.-

THANKS
w-m it. fining WMiaj is
oar who attended th*
mulhi of cud-, or in m
I the.r xnp.it.i M UM I
MSSCELLAXFOUS
th* C
lie rxagr
SO. Lid -phone 4!
VESTS- Ladie* Veata In Silk Cotton am
Cotton ami Karon. Thee* are Jill mi
STANWAr STOtOE Lucas Si.
BAM lr
VASTL--"rapid*" appro*. jt>, foot
Ions with Gray Marina engine Oood
oondruon BUM) a bargain App y
1 M >rd. Faa. sET
FOR HIM
HOUSES
LARGE HOUSE APARTMENT-On
Boa. St Lawrence, full* fumi*hed
Pt on* M7 t t ID- tin
IN MEMORIAM
IK loving m*mor* of our Door kfoUvar
CLAKA WATT-RAM -no paoM
away the EJrd. Sec'.ttr.ber. IMS
Ono yoai haa paaead alnce i"l wO
day
When one *.* loved ua* called B*****
Foi Iho** ah* loved ah* did he.
ood sjrsrM
Children
Dorrla. Eri
. l-i
FOB MLG
AUTOMOTIVE
CAHHiiiman 10 hp. ISM model in
Hood working ordir IfdO.OS or near**!
..(f*r Telephone 4117. MS 50In.
ISO Dodge Carin good
M"ln< La-'
TAVCHJN Beachment. Bath
October onward*, month It or i
l*e. 3 double bedroom* < ith
kJmmoni beeleteadt. children* roon
Ins room and lounge Refrigerator
age. aeivaiit* room Applj Howe
SOS 11 ISO
HOI-se A.Mm,-on-Sea Mann
Chriat Church. Tully Fur itched Oi
talnlng Tour Bodrooana, Orataiiig .
Dining Room*. Verandah Overlook
IMIII u v.m-:s
Kt^uTESTATE
IIEI.VniII SI Join** on Sc.i,i. T>
CARA.. ARMSTROKO SIDDKIXV
parllculari 'ltd prtcv appVy
A Taylor** O-rai
rwss
laraso Limited.
31. t !:
CAB ID34 modal Cn**roi*t Car En*.".
Ni-w battary. nc
i>rca. ho I'a-onabk oftcr ittuat'i
Apply J. II N Jnnnatl, G"od I.item
m i m i
SA.Io Oo.iis .heap ill Small I'l.'
UM Hi VaiiLI IB. HP. HI Motrtk a.
Ii Standard alao Auttin S. and Vau>-
r -II 10. partu Mariluul & Eil*aid>. S
K.*ick Straei
CJttU J"
l-ORHY On.
(Mod cvi.d.Uon Ap,il>
Nrlla Plantatl
nocUr Lorr.
MO^JH CVCI I. "
Motor C>>
Dlarlci. niuad S'..n

ELECTRICAL.
RaVNOEKATOH-One OU burning Rotri-ara^i In good condl
tlon tnunrdUtr dotty***. Apply Mil
Maaalah laitfi 1-Unlalioii. H, JoSMM
Plmna Pl-30. IT VloI I ii
WAWllMi maciiinf Ono 111 Cana-
dian tJa bp in drier wlln Aulomatic
Spln-rlniei, im. Machine la n*. Apply
W, B ll.chln*.!. & Co. Dial MM
1T.B.M II"
EL'K.MTCKE
ruowmuv ;>..
Apply ootccn
U.S.94 Si
LIVESTOCK
in i1.-,i. ...
.ihbrrd voarlwn
; i ..i d| Iilratln
1 Chandler. Toddi Eatate.
MUIJ(. TAUT J
i i. King >
Mile Hill. St Mil
POULTRY
l-OULTRV White It>ori
I cocke-iall. Iti..Fir I9i In
llaynoa briwmi the hour.
MECHANICAL
| fat) i .i
1KRIOATION EQUIPMENT largi
CaUaninod piping
HI ft Pan, r* ft To-er. I',
li.th Pump and large i.nk Km, 40U
Sharbnoma". Tv.o Mllo Hill. S.
Michael SO t JO 3n
Ona hand oporatad BACON ^JJCING
MACHINE Apply B V Scott 6, Co .
Ltd.. Whllopark. 13 "SO If
SCALESill* lb i PUtfmm Scale-
To* Oeu.ral Affttu-y Co.. aVda LM i
Hiah SI I'hunr 4411 21 SSdi
EKTEKPHISE HOUSE and outbuilding-
lauding on 1 >i anra of land In Chi.i'
Church, and
I>Wia>.I.N nea of land at Entarpil* Cnri.l
Church, and adjoining the abovrmi-n
turned protnlaoa
The Bbovomanltonrd propniira will be
* up for aalo bv Public Auction at
ir Office. No. U Jamea Strret. Itililir-
n, on Prlda' nth September. 1*50
Inaprrtli
application to
Mr-
MAHWOOD A HOVCK.
So lie i ton
Ktf SO *..
PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE
Thr lintlle lor the Monu Minor Motor
"~r In Aid of St. Wiiiltied Scli.ol
.uiMing Fund ha. ln-ci ort bv TKNet
piuducad by
Cat will be

,f ticket No
39 :* an
NOTICE
im PARIXH l>l
ApplK-aihtna will be
'Ciirvli-!<) (or th* Vat am i-oat .
gantn at St s-vkvur'* Cimirh.
Saturday October Ttli IBM Mlar)
per month Certiniate o( Health
il pUeal
MM
Ired y iho
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
asplfei
of Violet Hoa
Hothmal Turning holder of Liquor
Ucmw No. ST4 of ISSD In rravert of a
wall .v wooden building at Corner of
Ifothennl Turning. S< Michael for
permlaalon to uae Mid llcenae at prrml-
ei vii A board or calvanlaed Shop
with ahedroof aiUched at Alleync'a
Land. Buah Hall, St Michael.
Ba-rd Ihl. Slat dk> of Sepiaml-r. IW
T.. K a Mc Leod Eaq ,
roller Maitlitrate. Otat "A"
signed KENNETH MALI.
for ApplHwit
N Ik- Thia appllcailon will ur eo*>
.nl. red at a LWenilnai Court u be held
al Police Court. Dhnrlrt "A~. im !"-
iii.y the 3rd dv of October 1MQ .it 11
o'clock a m
E. A Me LEtll>.
PolW* Maglatrale. Dut. "A"
a/INO MACHINEOi>e Jonea ew-
pric-d Apply Mr 1. Weather-
a machine ptwctlrally
priced Apply lln
head. Shot Kail Collage.
TROI.IXY HVDRACI-IC JACKS-IV
to 10 tona capacity EPCW Jack* will
llydrlgeir ("Ol'HTERV OARAOa
Dial 43B1 aj
MISCELLANEOUS
DllLM.Dt C AH TRUCK BATTEH.
lEflWith ebon He eparaWia Mma
Power and Light *>u> I>nai,te
COCRTEsV OAJtAQC Dl-.l *1
H. KK-Sn
l-roah BtMkl of SEHOCAlaflH for th
prevention and ueatment i
t"lJJNS [JMITED
!* SO-Tn
I'll- rXII','1.1 : lll'.r* N--.-.II N
refill neceaaary until uacd 'OHftTEdl
CARAGat. Dial UH
mam, to
OFFICIAL NOTICE
i1ahbados-
in the assistant court of
. i.m
iKqtiiubie Juri.uirtioni
JOHtLPM COIXRimiF AKMKTrtOMi
in
FJSEN COSWOOD IrTU. Defei.dai
raM of an Krtlrr In lln* OOU
in the .lbovr Vtlon ,iuide on tit. i\
day of Sept ember II4U I give unite*
all ptrrona having any catalc. right
M .....i iitciimarraii
i liming all that certain piece or par*
of land altuate In the Ul.tikl kmi.n
Saint Unona In Ihe pariah of Sal
Andrew and laland nf .reuid lontainn
IS .idmeaauremrm eleven ami nine lent .
perchen or thereabout nb.it ting and
bounding on land
Medford on landi
landa now o I'U
The i npion and on the public
however elae the aaiu may abut and
bound and SECONM.Y ALL THAT other
piece or parcel of lai.1 atan ntualr
Saint Simon* In the
Andrew and laland
by admraaiirrntent two iiatdi ion |..-r.
thoreabouti abutting and iwn.nd.tMg
aidi the North .-, landa of on!
Vaughn towardi Iho Weal n Unda o-
""" toward* ;he South on land
i Mrdfmd and toward* the El.it ort
land* of one Dottln or however Ihe aame
may abut and bound to bring before me
an account of their *ald claim* with
their witneaaoa. docuenenla and votiehrra
be eiamined by mo on any Tue-dav.
Friday between the hour* of l>
i-ini and 3 o'clock In th* afternoon.
the Office of the Clark of th* A**t*i-
I Court of Appeal at the Court Mont*
uli-rlii-ii before the **th day of
September IM0. In order that oiii.
ii n. i.n.k,M imilki| to lha
i prMrlli lliei^.f reopecltvelv
am h peraon* win be prec;naeg
briirtl' .if the .l.i Dei re. ai.d
hr deprlied of all claim On or againat the
iid property.
Claimant* are alao notified that the)
i a attend the laid i
i.v. Ihe jath da. of Novmbei
loch am. when their a*
i no or late of .
-id pariah I
QAS TANK Irt'KWO CAPSfi
Vauxhall TO.DX A WYvrnN Car*
-M COCSTtsV OARA':
(lALVAMSFJ) SIIFJTTS.34 gauge. I
7. S. and 10 tee* letigthi Enqulr
AUTO "n'RT COMPANY. Trafalga
PKAV
hood Apply N
Disi mm
'. folding
L A WlllUtn
II t
FEANITS- Ptico brand
nuta in An-rlooh M:
tin*- Flewi and deli_____
all leading Groceri** and Drug
&T cent* for Uj |b
SWORD AIJIUMS for lO-lnch and fo
It-Inch and oarrytng ***** rot 10-Inch
and wr h*v* th* record* U
A. BARNtaS CO LTD
"ROMAN CATHttl-ICv Tin-
ro ding, i-
IfOLY YEAR CTHXMONTB8 ,
available at HARRISON'S
SCHICK HAZOHS ., a raw completi
with 3D blade* only Ttl 1
W* carry good itoen
KNIGHTS PHOENIX
TOASTED ALMONDS a del
kMooM aawj
rrom th
lair Ir Mlrcled
DPUO ajTOaoVJ
as* i.
H -Ml II
HELf
An Mgea-g
i ^ .', -, |
A.l... ...
A OIRL k
aoaaMHB I i
do atook Work Apply
titing Watkina at C* .
n 3D a* an
COOK A****tant Cook wanted fc
Una:* household Eipertcmr and go*
iefer**kc*a required Apply p O M
.to Co m t w b>
JUNIOR CLCRK for our Lumber Yot
ind Hardware at Sli Moral. St. ,P*M
Apply in writing and in i.un
0(ALL*oa. LTD..
lad*, aa H*ad H*i.a^e*i>*r
'ant to Manag*r** of Hotn
b* capobl* of aaaumlng lb* a
kanifrrrr* when n*rat> Ai
Oilion provided on th* prrn..***
Bo* XX Co -Advocate A0<
Drt> 13
YountJ Lady for o*V Offtrr to act aa CV*til*r. **ni k* aaaK| with the Booh* Apply by letter Mating age expnionce .'id aaUrr especivd C R RSTE CO.. notion Ian* SIS SO-an
SAP*:-Can* lug* Iron Safe Appo j M.. Nellie Ewunar. Winona. Maawoli Coavl Tel. II3S at SOon
a*d ComntotcMI. Proof-Raadlng. Typing
and Stenctning efficient 1>* and qutikl)
ned.
MIMT OOODINC. T-l kSJg
IttS* IM
I.RAJkS Sour (Jraea I
DM
PIHSO\.\l.
Th* pukrlt ate lereb
g.'mg rnrdtt V* m
inee UlKANT at
e*Bpo*uibi* foe hot
M|aj ay-gotl
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER
t)n Tuesday and Wedi>*>l.i\ Mth
ITtll SrpicmWr.
by a written ordaw aTn*d k-> n
t.'1'lJSorSNE E. aUUiUNk,
:..- 'a, .
I t to f>
Th* public are hrrobv aunod aga>n<;
g.Mi.g rrogM to i... wife rlukt. Cwuda
CAMfnrii .Id.- .in-
ner or any-
igned b> me
Sajned EUSTACE IbV
Chalky :
Th* pubiK
I * ni
hereoiy mad agai'.tt
ray wife Vatorl* Roach
'luwr VAUOMN ai I do not k*W mva*ar
roaponvble lor her or an>on* *>** tli-
l.aci.ng no, debt or debt, k
ink*** h, wntt*n t.rda* Hum . me
tigned COLIN ROACH
Kentingtm New Rd
teepotiilble
li.ictlnar *a
anyone elae
debt or debt* m my ..**
i ordiT -gin* nv km
I imiKTi iir.iJts
D* Coala Land.
DalIMIh Rd
33 totr
Miicellancoui WanU-Conl'd
truer.. Park, Talent...
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
ON MONDAY the 25th of September, 1950, at noon and 8 pm..
it i* proposed to test out the five SIRENS whicti are to be used In
onnection with hurricane waminf*. Thin notice published *o that
ihe public will understand and will not bp alarmed
23 9 50
1950. we will hold n I'WVNRKOM K"s SALI :it rmr Rooms, * (il,|,| |*eekl**r, ^ |
IT Minn Street, when the folk wing items left in ptodee with l*"* IIOLDKK BROS., nf Sunn Sireet. ami are- overdue will be .,": -'' som- Oold Bangle
id Rmg
I I5tW (tolri Ring
"i.tld Rlns
NOVKMBCR. I Ml
II hM MM f&M
JANVAKV. lMt
I740OCold Neeklaee
MARCH. 1MI
18535Gold Necklaix-
JfNF. IMS
20182Gold Necklace: Oold Ring
Jl LV IMI
20571Gold Neckluce
20724Gold Bangle
:n7:'5Gld Bangle; Gokl Tie
Slide
I0T69 20772Gold Necklace, and
Pendant
20814Gold Bangle
2H837Geld Ring
20868Gold Ring
Vacant Post of Assistant Veterinary Officer. Ircpnrtment
of Science and Agriculture. Barbados.
APPUCATIONS are Invited for the pott at AsttsUnt Veterinary
Officer, Department of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants
must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Of
hold equivalent qualifications The post ii pensionable and curries
salary on scale of $2,880 x 144 to 14.320. Point of entry determined
by experience and qualifications. Applications mentioning the names
of two referees should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture,
Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than Ifllh October. 1950.
Further details will be supplied on request. 20. 9 50 Sn
Keciilations For British Council Scholarships.
1. The Council offers scholarships to overseas students, tenable
at Universities and other educational institutions In the United King-
dom
2. The awards are mainly for men and women who have al-
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have
equivalent professional qua I Hie about. Preference is given to candi-
dates between 25 and 35 years of age.
3. The scholarships ate normally for one academic year nf 10
months or for two academic years, according to the duration of the
approved course of study Subject* already provided for by other
Scholarships are generally avoided, and In view of the difficulty of
obtaining places In British Universities, chances soem to be somewhat
In favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied In
iiini-l'iuvrrsity institutions. It is possible that this year consideration
may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public
finance, including local Government practice In the United Kingdom.
4. A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main-
tenance and study, and Includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, a
grant for books and apparatus of 10 per annum and approved
travelling expenses in the United Kingdom. The maintenance allow-
ance varies between 25 and 35 monthly according to the seniority
of the scholar and the place in which he Is studying. Where scholars
are In a position to do so. they are expected to contribute to the coat.
5. Scholarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the
Council Representatives overseas.
0. Conditions of Tenure
(ii) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period
in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return
to his own country at the end of this time.
(b> A scholar may not take paid employment without the
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in
exceptional cases,
(c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by
the Council and abide by the rules of the University or
other Institution in which he Is plnced.
(d> Scholars may not bring their wives nr famtlie* wiih them
to the United Kingdom.
7. Method of Applieatlon.
Further Information und application form- may be obtained from
ftm MM Council. WnkeAcld", Bridgetown.
These application forms must be completed and relurnnd with
supporting documents before 6th October. 1950.
Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be
required to supply five <5> sets of all document-, and may also be
required to submit u medical certificate cf fitness.
A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship mug*
n.ikc his second application In full.
8 Method of Selection.
A local selection committee will consider applications from resi-
dents In Harhados. The recommendations of this committee will be
further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the
Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chair-
manship of the British Council Rcprcst-nlatlvc.
The final selection will be made by the British Council In London
from among those on the short list reeommendeH by the Area Selection
Committee. 17.9.50 Sn
Wnv

nked
J,,. .
Ho* Mat day of
I V OILKgrt.
OFFICIAL SALE
'i,si
I rOI.mirMlF. ARMSTRONG
El .SEN COSWOOD IPIIJ. Defendant
NtiTldl: i> hereby givin ih-i bj elrtui
' an Order of th* AaaaaUnt Court of
Appeal dated the Hot day of Scplrrnbor
0*. (here will be *et id for tale 10 tn*
'Short bidder at th* CH*ee of th* t IT*
i the Aaalaiant Court nf Appeal at the
Court Houac Bridgetown oMween Ihe
hour* of It inooni and 1 o'ekorh In the
aflernoon on Friday, th* AM 0*- ot
Der ember. 1H0.
All lhaf certain pMce or parcel ot
Hub** tn th* dlrtrlrt known a*
Sii-i' s..
I laland i
On p*
land r
nt.iining
FOUND
perchaa or th*r**boul>
bounding on landa now or late of on*
Medford on land* new o. lain o.
mall on land* now or loir of
Thnmpaon and on th* publu h.n
hOW*vor *aa* th* aame may abut
bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT
Dire* or parrot of land ale* .ttn.t.
tka a*ld pariah ol H
Andrew and laland aforoaald conta.
b. .dmoBi.irarnent two -lOd* PR* parch**
0* thereabout* abutting ,nd boun' ng to-
M.rdi the North on land* of one /avignn
inward* th* We.t on land* *f one
Brooker toward* the *nulh on Und* of
A Medford and lowaro* th* ataal on
landi of on* Dottln or rxywevaa el*e th*
feme may abut and bnund
And If nol then aold 'he **ld propertr
will be art up lor Ml* ot every succeed-
ing Friday br'.wron th* ohrt* hour* until
the aame 1* aold for a rum not to** than
(i esoba ib. eta. g. i.
Dated thla Tl>t day of Sewtemher. 1S>'
I V CILKS*
Ag Clerk of th* A*U*Um
POST OFFICE NOTICE
Parcel Branch
Owing to the Increased uae of the facilities afford*-; by lha
Parcel Post Service Tn the transmission of mercantile roods from Hie
led Kingdom and elsewhere and, also to the early arrival of larjc"
nbers of parcels of merchandise fur the Chrlsim..
'imi in the Branch has reached a stage r-sultlng In thej
delivery of parrels being considerably delayed.
1'. nding the removal In the neer future of the Parcel |;i..".l
< "p.tnkte premises where the accommodation will Ik- just rjoubafl
that now available at the General Post Ott'ie. ail person* and bui-
msr houses In particular, who have received notiin iiion of the ai rival of goods, either directly or th:oug)i a Bouol
if'iuestffd to take delivery of their parcels without further delay
Unless there Is a satisfactory response to this appeal it mai
uocome necessary to enforce the Post Office Regulation relating 18
i:ur(cls and return to country of origin any parcel which remain
unclaimed for a period exceeding one month.
General Post Office.
Hat September, 1949
Department of Highways and Transport
WRITTEN APPLICATIONS will be received at the Departm
nf Highways and Transport up to noon on Saturday. 30th September
for Ihe temporary post of ASSISTANT MECHANIC.
The post is not pensionable, and the appointment will :
on or before the 31st March, 1951.
Salary will be paid monthly at the rate of *100.00 a month
The appointee will be subject to the current conditions of sen
mid departmental procedure and discipline.
Applicants should give brief particulars of experience, present
employment and rate of pay, and may be required to undergo wnUn .
Till and practical testa. 23 9 503n
AUGUST, 1941
20981Gold Ring
20965Gold Ring
20979Gent's R. G Wrist Watch
20988Gold Bins
21042Gent's R C. Wn.t Watch
21089100 yd. Roll C T. S. Wire
21090- Utdrta* R. O. Wrist Watch
21091Gold Ring
21005Gold Ring
21098Gold Hing
21187Gold RiDgt
2U9SGold Necklace and
PaEkdant
21111Gold Necklace and
Pendant
21222 Gcnt\ R G. Wrist Watch
21269-Gent's R. G. Wrist Watch
272Gold Ring
21270Gent's R. G. Wrist Watch
and strap
21335 Machine
21351Gold Watch Chair
21350Gold Ring
21378Ladles' Chrome Wrist
Watch
21399Gold Ring
21400-Gents' and Laldes1 It G
Wrist Watches
21417Gold Ring; Two Gold
Links
21452Gold Ring
li'inii'.n: 1818
1457Gold Ring
11477Ladies' Gold Wrist Wutc)
21479Gent's Chrome Wrist
Wi.tch. Cigarette C**M
2148*GoM Hnitelet. tii-l.i K-o
rings
21531Gent's It Q, WksI Watch
and Strap
211170Gold Ring
,'lfllo -Uidies' Chi...... W.iM
Watch and Strap
21640 Ladles' R. Q, Wrist Watc'i
'1684Gent's Gold Watch (Im)'
21744 Lmiie-.' Oottl WiW Watch;
Gold Bangle
-M820 (old Ring
21801Gold Ring
21874Gold Bangle; Gold Neck-
lace
J1880 Gold Ring
.1895GoM Ring
J1899- Gold Ring
21920Gold Ring
21939Gold Necklet
-1035Gold Ring
21957Gold Ring
."ii.iGold Ring
OCTOBER. 1948
21972-Gold Bracelet.
2IW76- -Gem Hing.
21977Gold Necklet
22010Gold Ring
22021 Gold King .
22020Gold Necklet and Pendant
22039Gold Ring.
22047Gold Nccklac-v
22133 Gold Ring
22142Gold Ring.
22151Two Gobi Pendant*! Gold
Thimble.
12152Four Gold Stoti OM
Gold Link; Gold Ring;
Gold Brooch.
22153Gold Necklace and
Pendant.
22150Two Gold Rings; Gold
Pendant
!l;t Gold llr.oelct
12109 Gold Pendant; Six Silver
Spoons
T2177Machine.
22195Camera
'.'2202Typewriter.
22220-Electric Fan
22220-Goltl Ring.
22238Gent's R.G Wrist Watch
and Strap.
f?251Oold Ring
25201Gold Ring
, 22294Gent's Gold Watch Chain
I ?2320Gold Necklace.
I 22321Gold Ring
1 22345Gold Ring
I 1-2347Gem Ring
i 12348Gold Chain Bracelet
1 22391Gold Ring.
72155Gold Necklace
2359 Ladles' R.G. Wrist Watch.
22187 Ladles' Gold Wrlfl Watch.
*2399Gold Ring
J400-Cold Ring
22418Gold Ring.
224-1 Oold Ring
12154 -Gold Ring
' .1.1 Necklace cV Pendnnt
?2'.32~Gold Ring
"HIMiii. i .i-
_^t,00-Two Oold Rings
22810Gold Bracelet
2L81-Gent's Chrome Wrisl
VaMk
*20O0Gold Ring
22600Gold Ring
22725Gold Ring
22795Cent's Chrome Wrisl
Watch and Strap
22600Cold Ring
2:814Gold Bracelet
22815Chrome Wrist Watch
22820-Gold Tie Clip
7834 -Gold Ring
22852Gold Ring
22800Two Gold Bracelets
22801Cold Necklet; Four Golt
Earrings
22889Gold Ring
22879Gold Stotir Ring; Gen
Ring
?20Cold Ring
22910Gold Ring
22931Gold Ring
22040-Oold Chain
22040Man's Gold Watch Chan
.2063Singer Machine
L'2900Gold Ring
J;30C8Gold Ring
29148o.td Necklel
211." Ot Li ':.r
23185- *3ole' Ilanglr?
MI07Oold Hmi
fS192Two Gokl It mn-
9S20l-<;od Braeelei. Gold Neck-
let Pendant
232OT13 Piece Cutlery Set
23294Gold Ring
29397Gold Ring
23303- Gold Bracelet
23304 Pearl Ne. klace
23308Gold Rlns
23910Go.d Rn |
2332.1 Urnt'. t'hroi
Watch 9 Strap
23845C.c
29859Cold Bracelet
23411Oli-
os Strap
23418Go!
23422Gold Ring
23440Gold Ring
13404Gold Ring
23483-Gold Ring
23484 Cold Rir.,
Mil Two Oold I
I \ Ring
JAM MtV 1949
a ng Mschinc
id Ring
19991 Lulu R C Wi
.V Mr.ij
ZJ592 Ladies' Chrome Wrisl
Watch & Strap
23586 Gold Watch. CtaglB a.
Pandant
23594 -Gold llangle
23604 Oold Hi.ii.1i- Gold Hing.
Gold E.iinns
. 'ii Oold Stone Hing
236S1 Gold Necklet. Gold Ring
236.V2 Gold StOtM
IK t Ring
I I Ring
23f!ti3 Oold Ring
236611Gold Ring
23698 Typewriter
r97K Qcjld Kl1lll
JUNG 1040
Id King
I King
!5050Gold Ring
50*7 -Ladies' cTold Wtt. h .tnd
Strap
99994Camera
99901Ladles' R G. Wrl
0 Strap
?5902_Two Gold H,i.
saI r
STj
90915Ladles' KG Wr
4 Strap
24017-O".' b Strap
2S94I
Necklace It Pendant
24971 Gold Nf
2000* -Gol.l '.-ogle
,.
2*t\S3 Gold Necklace- a> Pendant
26058 Ladi-V R G Wrist Wat. h
k Strap
20070- (lolri Ring
30001 Gold Ring
30003- Gold Stone Ring
30091Gold Ring
"100Gold Bangle
29110 Clodl
25Gold Ring
he da*
1 is? redeemed
12 30 TF.RV
BRA
Aucticn"i-
>*eW>4
Do vou n.nt ., Cow*
fo you hsvr *>ne to nrll?
Or du Vou Want to Exchange
see
L. N. HUTCHINSON
I UrnHUa Italr, t.na
'...........
IMI Annitersarv Srnirr

Sept ItgO.
hlMhboa. o( Kl.idte.1 lli^.
.-ked I., attend
SHIPPING NOTICES
Miilll. AISTBAlJa j. SW / t
LAMB UME 1 1
tat.A.N aV LISEi
PORT HI 1.1 IN ;Ti.s

a oioix-sarrsst atghl Fr*eman
Angi.t ll.t. A.l'l.ld< "'" rdt 111..
.i

ktaMI on. I al Hat-
21731 Cold King
23759 Brarolt M 1794
' G R (TaM
A S't.i).
n. m Gold Necklace: T QOhd
Links
;':t Hi Gold St.me Ring
23864 OOU Hiingle
.'<. i loch
V3HH1 i wo Oold
23IWH Gold King
2391 ft Cold Necklel
73917 Gold Ring
23934 \..u,
24012 Oold ll.mgle
24013 Gent's RG Wrl-t W.itch
St, ,,.
MO (odd King
.aiukor 4ttl
Thaa* veaaol* h*v* ample epar* lor
I fnorn and genn.l atgo
Cargo actepted on through bill* nf
iiding nh tranahipenont at Trinidad
or Baihadea. Saltlah Oulana,
ltd L**Ward tftkanda
trtaosas. DWI
Wl.,1.
The M V

nil
accept Cargo and I'assengets
for Dominica. Antigua. Mont-
aen-at, Nevts nd Si Kit'*
Sailing Friday 22nd
Ml
Tel. No
*.. In. mill Ownefe
(IaC).
4047
j^ HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
I I Al'TOR
REMEMBER ... .
When you order from .
T>7iT CENTRAL
EMPORIUM
we deliver by Motor Van
Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets.
DECEMBER im-
29004Cent's R.G Wrist Wolch
4c Strap
23046-Gold Ring
(257Gent's H. G Wr.t Watch
Af Strap
DECEMBER. I94Ercnait'rl i
Gold Ring
23075Gold Ring
129100Gent's Chrome Wrist
Watch it Strap
28119Gold Bangle
23130Gold Ring
reh HUB
14097 Gold King
14090 l-uilic*' Chrome Wusl
Watch arid Stian
i | < King
21111 Two Gold Bungles' 12-
I'i.m Cutlery Set
14190 i lotd King
MIM I lold Ring
24I4A Gold Ring
24171H 0. Wrist Watch
24178 Gold Bungle
14109 Ol.....dug
24197-Gent's Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap
24216Gold Ring
4224 Two Gold Rings; Gold
Nugget Brooch
24246Two Gold Hubv Bangles
1491 Dent* Chroma Wriai
Watch and Strap
2-1316 Gold King
24.124 It 0 IWket Watch
24332Gold StOOO Ring
14940 I MMa R.0 Wnst Watch:
Gold King
14941 Two Oold Links
24348 -Gold Necklace and Pend-
ant
24386- Gold llnnglo
24412 -Gold Tie Clip; Two Gold
Links; Two Gol.l S'uds
24421 Tw.. Gol.l lank-.
: iHit i.ni is <; v. i, 1 w ,ti l
anu Strap
24441Gold King
24449Gold Ring
NABOB. IffOJ
24472Gold Ring
;'l!Ho Oold King
L*07 Goltl Necklet and Pendant;
Tw,. 0c4< Ran Ooi
Ring
24527-Gold King
24549 Gold King
24550Gold Ring
24602 Gol.l Bangle
'it,.!o i ,,r i; i, I'-., i .' W i- i
24025 Two Gold Rings
. itiih 11 i .. k
: MOO Oold Dangle
24662 Gent'.. RG Wrn.t Watch
nnd Strap
24078Gem Hing
14790 l-olies H 0
74741 tadisa' it o
and Strap
21751 GoM King
247Tb Gold Necklatc ..i^,
iv-tidant
13 I Ita* R.0 WI ''
mid Strap
2*840 Getif.s Cln.mie Pocket
Watch anil Chain
24852Gold Ring
24895 Gold Ring
24922Gold Ring
2490SGold Necklet
24970Gold Ring
APRIL, 1949
24900 Bicycle M-4961
25008Gold Hlog
24059Gold Ring
25072Gent's It G Wrist Watch
.in.l Strap
25090Gold Nit kit! and Pendant
25101Gold Ring
Id Ring
25119Two Cutlery Set*
25141One Pr Gold Earring*
25157Gold Hing
25182Two Silver Bangles. Go'd
Brooch
25193Gent's R.G. Wrist Watch
Strap
25223--Gold Necklace and pen-
dant. ..
25252Gold Hing
25272Goltl Necklet and pendant
25128Goltl Necklace
2:>3t:i Gold Ring
24902Cent's It G Wrist Watch
24414Camera
25417Cold Necklace and Pendant
25423Cold Ring
25454Gold Ring
id Ring
25450Gold Nerkl.iee and Pendant
. i Gold Chain and Pendant
MAY. 1949
35489Gold Necklace and Pendant
I Ring
25588 Gold Ring
klace and Pendant
25635Gent'i Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap
28644Gold Ring
L/pool *
G/gow
l.ivetpt-d
M/brough ft
a*0M0n
l-4illd.it;
Liverpool
HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
V"1U,I for Closes in Barbados
5.8, ''PIAriTtXR"
S S TEMPLE ARCH
>S "SITHONIA"
SS GEOLOGIST
9th Sept
mil Boi '
ftk in
toth Boi
30th Sept
21st Sept
23rd Sept.
25th Sept
4th ni-
Mth Oct.
S. MOONCHRS'I"1
iS -JPNRCKEST"
Londo
,,,, .
Late September
1-i.tl' October
inlormalloT apply to
DA COSTA CO., LTD.Agenti
IIax.
If eft
W..
I at epten,l-r
rti sn
a^BVICE
Alt.
Sgea
CANAniAN BBBBrlOO
N*tn* ..( EeHaj
Alt itA PARTNEH
"AICIA PtOABUH-
Arrlve.
ii
VtikTHkOI n
b*
Al i OS rArtTNTIt
'''"
-'"i,t OeMbrt
Th*a veaael* have limited pat
i
For SI lawranee Su-t pnrt.
For at l.*wrene*> River Port*
A to ITU
Wrb tWotoh
Wll Wat.
FASTER SERVICE TO
Jjondon
BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION
IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.I A.
I | .- sasgftlld Herr.e* tr> N tJot M I IfJM I I r
fifty on* i .tuntri.-- oa all Ojg
rontinenl* mean* that f-te
jauraeyt are too far, aaed take
il.nt rerteeli II.O.A <"* II JM
old tratlilioa of nhcedbird H*r-
vie* sail eSD*li*ea.
tloTT THERE ItOONEIl I STAY THERE I.ONOF.R I
FfOBt HarUdae U riyingTim.il FlighU |sn*tan
Ringtrns by bVWI.A. tOwBOO *i Hr* Weeklr 1 1 Dsj 2 $ 12.(10 j 11 3 1^87.00
Also Regtdor nr.db.rd 0-rrlcr. to Europe ,nd Ooutta America
ll.O 4.C. TAKES GOOO C-tRE OF YOU
Book Uitt vv*> your local
BO.A.C. Appoinfed Apenf
H (id-dee. Informa-tos or booV-
Isttt 6-, '"Specd'Hrd" fo
rlr costi>ienr
IFLY BOAC
BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORP.
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED
Bridgetown
/


PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER **, MM
He Tried Out
Captured
AirpUme*
(By JAMrS STl ART)
Sir Are Callett
Flying Mileage
Millionairea
LOMS
, SIX Load n BOM
claim the title Mileage MlIIioi.-
have spent bi
t-oNTxjN. "'"". ">ore than seven year* ol
1 i airplanes I ,:"'ir lives in the air
OrmanJ London-b- rn Captain Eric
during the air *o that the RAF ''a*-. Finnegan. who I
II about them hai naaaiji two jear la the -ir. v
lust been appointed to i'mmati-< known a.-
iho RAF in Cn .nirc.
He 11 47-year old Group Cap- Ht- baa flown more than 2AO0.W"
tain A H Wheeler, who since miles in land or seaplanes
ha* oeen prominent mi The only Londoner, and one ol
.' tow men in the world to have
Hit more than 260 Atlanti.
I lr crossings, is Captain K
--_ ,.,_ __ lluxton. who commands a BOAC
h. laaizy month.. Air! StfltOCfUto
tommodotc Wheeler has been n
charge <.r expci linontaj It- ng j,.
'"' 5 ".em. Karmrr to Pilm
rbrnboruuKh. where I ,.,.,, |10AC
London. CpUta Arch.-
aSTalrh.-^ ?D*U,iS T" OOMOnitOd 2.000.000 miles' flying.
SOdrcujUofthe,
a hire farmer.
Dr. G. S. HinloD. Ilntish Fji- .. ^ndon-born Captain Stephen
England Itark
To Bows And
Arrows
LQM
n ol the ancient

bows and arrows, and to-a-iy tner^
arc several hunun
l countr)
l
during the reign of Queen Euza-
beth. but then went out of fashion.
In London there are half a dozen
or more club* devoted to thia
I icd ai an
the cotir round
London
In Um North of Ki.tfland Lanca-

Ihroo rural
I Warwlcfcahln
' i

Nottingh.,-
; . .iiisti
H k*j Brtta* Ku-
'.
nd a half
year* 7 UFA glrlli
"il b> licnlning
But the bonr" of imhtnmg was
'it iis Int.". he said.
Radio equlpjnenl i> mom ofte.i
affected, though minor damage
fi.'.|iicni! the alr-
p'anc
An aul i.i' devloi
i ii*ing developed to
VHF ...' i \"s alrl'ner*
No MM Fifhlet Cot
R Kti force i 1
picteiy Inundated" with
Wai It in Koraa
1 aahrei
v pe thai it ha* been m-
pfrod In <'in poster campaign in
LoBatoa'a Tube i
The squadron, one of the manv
uld man BriUin'V
radar and putting stations In the
event of war. are opening new
headquarters at Quotn'g S>junn
Bluomsbur,
'i- having their summer
training at Martlesham Heath.
Suffolk, for a fortnight from Au-
gust 20. Commanding officer, wim-
Comirmnli. John Cl errj k
LOfSBOH
Even with the >
push-button arfai. i- .t loin
way off In j pungent editorial
recently. Aviation Week, one of
Um ItaMEtau nrlattoa ma pi
the United States, said:
"Tin gjMwial public Intpraaaton
'iL.it im-h
button warfare Is around the
CortaM Despite tlve years since
the war ami a hundred million
dollars, it isn't even on paper'"
Why was it that Amciu-a nU
fill firing German V-2 rockets In
Ml- United State- did Ml
nave in being any service-tested
01 m i viceaccepted missiles of
any type or range.
WI...1 I.....Iiav. .ii' 'Uted
lag or limit-
ed BUOntlUaa ot missiles that
COUld, with time consuming re-
work, become operational. But
do mil have an] nilaallaai with
warheads thai are vet OB gfJOKl-
I the paper.
(I. E.H.I
Argentina Invited
To 810.000 Games
Miami. FLORIDA, B
ii i:.'.
to De Vui no and tali i
n !,!* raccivi
o plaj ii HI *i".onn football
lourtiarrc"* from Pccarobei 4 to
10.
in- Vlo raa played In UM la-***
Diini.nvent and in the Miami
.ipen (*aii !
peUni
$10,000 f.->tiall is part of the
'
Havana (1
Miami also will offer $10,000 ami
there will l>e pri/e mom. .....m
ing lh $15,000 for the la
It De......--i
Renter
Oordon Blackaller. B BOAC
veteran at 35. trained for a career
on the aea, but joined Imperial
Airways in 1036, and baa al
I 000.0OO miles in theai
W< tn uutar-born Captain W I
irr OrtfllU i RAF il
Vet another 2.000,000-mil<
man, no is now .< ftytng i
The sixth mileage mUUonatra
is Captain Cllve Houlder. London
bonv who planned ., .

-- "iuhi iai ,
taken
OOd still popularly
regarded in Britain as the onK
for hows But this is h

thinr from 20 in ^4'
Labourer
Goes To
Sessions
EK1C SEAI.V. ;. 2^-vear-otd
labourer of My Lords HiU,

of ihe Court of Grand Sessions
w-.rday b) Mr E. A. McLaod
when the preliminary hearing in
the case in *hich bo is charged
with house breaking and larceny
i her 16 was concluded.
Sealy was arrested by P.C.
Murphy on Thursday night while
he -as in St Hill Club and was
taken to the C ID and there he
was charged with breaking and
entering the house of Ida Shep-
heid and stealing from it articles
valued at $3 23
mi\.tlh SHOW at St.
Michael's Aim* house on
Monday, September 2b, is included
in the programme of the Mobile
a the week beginning
01 25 to Friday. Sept'
/.W/.VV/.',W/A*-V,V/a
I-;-- Harbadis AquAlit Hub
wMk n *i a*
hi lb U* ii un ..i Srpirnibar
duff 4 m v. S30 pm. for rottc*
I (Umni
I. 0M lUlhm
i n *iii i- (M-n lo fcWf"Br
oreer ol ih Cor
Louis Favoured To
r\V-;iiii THle
>\ utfhing I .m.IIkiII
NEW V.iKK
It has happened at last. A cleik
.ailed up hm boss and said hi m
lOO ill to come bo "ik And tin
boss, watching baseball n-i hi*
T\ larfc in the
.Hid.
Bui Ixx-uuse the lx*s dbM Lplln I
the clerk, nearly 1.000 employees.
of the General Aniline Corpora-
tion in Linden. New Jersey, went
oul on a sympathy strike
tan rre-
RIFLE SHOOTINCi
Ihe following
.I latt
lay's practice of the
ev II UM
'
I
H fJB
ino
NEW yOKK, ffogM M
.
Cham-
.'...
rnanj ihr

...

arc inch- .juil ilC,.
' (ht up wilh ti
impton
1 hag abown up
, >
ners II' \nr M,d
to-daj thai i
H
ouia baivi i rotifht no
Dan Morgan DoyOD, oM of NOW.
Yoftt*! boxing managers, dec
Mild havi
started training months ago for a
title bout Ho added that by the
.1. .
B i'l-e'
>n t)ir nlhri ban
'I ,
dieting that h.< arlU win oh
knock-oul
Reulei
Cap! .i k Jordan
R S. M. Marshall B8
Lt. C E Neblett H
Mi M. 0 Tucker wa
Mr G E Marshall 91
Mi P A Cheesemiin Dfl
Capl. C II K. Warner Wi
Then- will Ik* a prari.
(o-daj
ButlrrV Abseiici*
Losl Him Seuts
Ifura Cage &
i ) tin- Lapitali.-I" U]
.: on Uie Cauinct loi L/uvui.
'Apart Iiom Ulg lo>a ot Ui
bolomun, ft urn UM standpoint ui
tne labouring aoction, il U ngiei-
ul in irimdod that Mr. Jack
Katahall afalnsi wooai Dm mi
i.elds proprietor1 WfM unailii.i-
1 lv "pi'i.-r Im \t. |i;
runnnUJ a candidate In the guii'
uf an iiuicpendeiit. l. dropped
' Tiic independcnl's voted, added
to his 2,635. would have surpassed
the number IJ5I enat in favour
ut the successful candidate
IteLona ui th-ii potnt-B-ptom
.....stituency.
lonsidcrable apMUUlUl
OS to whom the Governincnl artll
it is feii tint Um n<">
L C Hannays, K G DM) N
repl lead bj ii <> u Wooding ol
in i'olitical Progress Group.
which Group appears to le highl>
favoured in Government circles.
The name of Gerald < Whtta
hustnema man of Messrs Alston*.
has also been mentioned "
/Way Cricket
First
tab
tinucs tod v;h round
of Second DtvlfJon i ticket be-
are the
MBT DIVISION
41. il l(.
On Tuesday. September 26, the
Cinema will be going to St. Lucy
here a show will be
Crab Hill Plantation Yard.
Wednesday the Cinema will be at
Holder's Pasture, St. James.
Thursday Chapel Plantation Yard.
S- Philip and Fnday. September
>mbe Plantation Yard.
St Thomas
Ml It I El. BLENMAN of Chap-
man's Lane was fined by
C. L. Walwyn yesterday 3
be paid In 28 days or two
montha1 imprisonment for ihe un-
lawful possession of a valise on
M.rrh 6
PEARS ARE PLENTIFl'L these
days and the travs o* hawk-
. ssagaj packed with them.
t Ut know how to
choose these fruit > smart hawk
ers make a division on their trays
M h the green and
ripe pear is placed in a prominent
Hawkers generally ask
eight cents for a pear regardless
.if size and some of them take
tiood care that their regular cut-
get the best.
The basket, ot some sellers,
which is usually covered with a
|> uie of the tray is the "treasure
heat" foi the pear buyer aa the
t ,-,t are always hidden in this for
ii t tovourod few.
AUCTION SALE
DANCE

A cofli'e hil!
A MAM) DAMI
ins DAIttNl
svam. aiamoM
On S.i.iron "Igti I-ia
IBM
IKS' VOV M.b H.H HI


HuMr .,> e H Brok
lr
BAI tOUD to .

MANY PEOPLE
'Unbreakable Poll"
Anthurium Lilies
pauf QaainMi Bay at PHaai 11. IS and 4a rh
... It'i Ihe i mproved
Chase and Sanborn I
.vi.tc inatlt 00*1 dcsciibc ii. Vou'U have lo laate
\ on litl .1. up of ihii new Chase and
i ...I . i ... your li|rt. you'll rxrlaim wilh delight!
Vnu'll ..k;" \.,(li >)i'iv who
il Ii, ' ihe tin -i eoDa
.i l.tv1 'in t can
*' .u.i.i |m ked, from
They'll !)<> Ii Every Time
X-. A C.3SET '
HAN(3 TWO SUITS- -
OKE OLD T-E
OTHER NEW
The moths will
SHUN THE OLP ONE-
IT'S THE NEW ONE
-~A~ --=.> lL CWEH !
II M VciFtK
U ii to-da\
apttal foi
dI New Iforn Inatond
ring to crash i
For .i poke-bon
.. dow from new
l.y Eagle Bridie Hi
.. battti known
not) tin
week, Grandma .>
I
rtartod painting |
her doctor told her :
Eatvn "i-k Brti
for her .tdvlee to OthOI piomI...
All 'In- *"n|i|
.
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