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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER t. 1*SI> CHARLES TAKES HEAVYWEIGHT CROW\ FROM JOE LOUIS g> From l**ae 1 coal. %  in but not i cat number*. A few minutes before Louis :.! !>., %  HUB. crowd was till disappomtinglv rrtmll. Moil of the cheaper seals werr unoccupied. K*uad I. Etfarri *>t in I Ho first %  'loualy and then Low rd nght ic Ill.kCl U %  Lourrnme back with a right !o They Inded body blows and ihen vhta : % %  UM ,v< ;inl si.it ted to nw Chariea. Louis flipped Charles with a vlelvut left hook lo U' 1 lUfl left %  %  a W in i i< ft to U Louto came %  i iittk ChaiI" s clipped I.ouis with 0 lefl and riglH to tra % %  he fiuht to Joe and tm&Oibod> The i t*n rt. aad > I with Inglove They iki t.i thi' jaw •in wt t UM bodj i % % %  ovod in I.I 1 :i right to 1 Exxard mi"cnd then traded left hooks to body. Charles moved around Louis' left .side They box. jrefully. Charles igMOkad Icfi 1'i.nk tn Joe's bead itabbad two laafl Charles' head. Charter peppered Louis with t*.. leftt.. the head and boxed giiiKerU afra) from htm. Charles dug A hard left to the body. Joe nuw ad • %  right and back with a vicious left hook to the body. Gzxard boxing more confidently nnw and Louis namad ;t IttUa bawtldarad Joa stalked Charles and got pains. Charles nailed I-oiils with a left hook t<> tba |at stabbed Louis with a left and then crossed a hard right to the head. fUand < Cl aril I ke.l LOOM with a left t<> the head Louis again pursued Charles who movl in and OUt Chariot peppeied Louis will ;i left and H right to the head and then im>ved awav from Loul .'I'ped u lef. and a right tc. I head Louis came back with a smashing left booh • %  Kazan! held on. Retreullntf. C..nh iiiiilwith right to the head iintl they clinched. Louis got over a hard left hook to the jaw but ted with i, right to the body. Charles poked m two lefla nt the incoming Louis ChaffaaaeCtned i now. Louis stabbed ChariN Wttll :i stiff left lab to the head and ted both hands to Charles' Roustd 5. There was a big bump ovtr Chariaa' left eye. Charles snapped > %  left to Louis' head and away. Charles taking the offensive crashed a hard right to Louis' body and followed with .1 nght to head They traded blows Louis caught Charles' punches with nil glovaa and came |>ack with a .nil left jab to the head They traded left jabs. Charles brought a clubbing right down %  %  i. Lou Charles backed awa> %  lefully Joe dug a left look lo mid section Joe hit ,-> Brill. hi> left jab. Louis crashed a stuOattng right to Chariea' few lost before the bell Kan ad i. Chalks connected with two rights to the head at the k.-i -i each ibei with short punches at close yuar ten Charles moved in on Joe and took a right chop to the chin Charles landed an overhand right to Louis* head Joe "till was the pursuer but Charles was not moving too far away from him no* Chart— clipped Je with a left hook to the Jaw. Louis got 10 to ttaa jaw but Charles rpped a right to Louis' body Louis socked VtiiiW right to Charles' body. Joe opened up with tare lefl jab* and a left hook to Charles' head ClsarMa clippede*oa with a left hook I incoming Louis tried to manoeuver far I.ouis ii.is not baa i abb to net him "ads. Round < pped in i traded bard rights to the head. Charle. drove in two short lefts to Louis' head. Both seemed tired now. liicountered with a left to the bend and Charles came right back with comes out in the flavour! And what goes In 7 Why pure eugar. wheat, fraeh eggs and butter— together with the ciperience that baa marie Hunt ley and Palm, rbrnfldjg the whole world over. 8o many thiilling varieties to choose ftpgl IMIIIUBJU flla|| CasUrd Crrania and Heading Creams '. NOTICE Police Annual Dance — win be held at — TUG DRILL HALL flartison on — Thatraday 2|th Seelember. nm AUMianiosf — !/• right to the Jaw Charles sent goelUngty delicious %  Idea I Louts' face rloflng hi left eve tilt J00 got a nght i:p. Charles' ]aw. Round ii. Chariaa d to %  lefts and rights to the Charles missed a wild right and the crowd howled hut botda isscd bis opportuniK %  anil a right to the body and uni ther right to the head held on to Louis' right hand m Ihey manoeuvered in a clinch Charles sockrd a right to Louis* I .i short right to the head Charles nailed Louis with a left and %  nght to the head The lefl eyes of both Oghtan < I n.n n oorad arith a round right to the nt banged a right to the body Again Charles sent hi, right to the body, i.;ippcd Louis' head back %  ah a right uppercut and foil. d with two mote rights to the hcn.l waited foi ovan-£reah,arleil in tipji and 1 lb. Fnhpmtt. HUNTLEY2t^ALMI:RS BISCUITS MI.'SlCi By lh l-ulicr Band Orchestra under the direction of Caul c B Hanoi. A R C M MB E PLACE Mil l( BET ON A SURE ENTERTAINMENT WINNER TNI delicious wholesome and nutritious A G ( H r i. a. ai.i. i He lead I Lourt l'.. ...d 13 nght in UM heid Loin, then took frnstve chasing Charles Chariaa hooked to LouaV head fUth his left Charles l>elte ( | fm With a vicious right to the Jaw and backed away. Charles clipped I,ouis with a left and right and I than held on to Louis* right. LouU %  iiiubled Charles up with a right to the body and again the crowd urged Joe on. Charles nailed Joe with a left to the heaJ and moved ; Louis socked another hard Round : I oni-.' lei! eye w.U %  now. Charles, stepped in and out on the champion smacking iI to the head Charles crashed H stunning riant and a leal to l-ouis' bead but Joe still moved in. Charles thumped a left to Joe's tjaaV and followed with a right i< the bead. Chariea MM a stiff right • l-i in-' heart Charlarl lipped Li to Louis' head Charles pumped over three left .-uis fltiallv COD tad with left i.ib Chaiies banged JIH' with both hands to the heed and body. Charles met the incoming Ixiuis with a short right flush on the noae. A Louis left to the nose brought some blood from Charles.. Riiliad It.--They traded light left hooks to the law they manoeuvred careful* ntihe middle l.unv .'mineeted with a left Jab to the h but Charles came back with a left and a right to the head Lulls chopped a left to Charles' head Louis ripped a short right to Chariaa' body and Ezzard held on A left brought more blood from Charles' nose and Ihp crowd urged Joe on. He charged after Charles pumping a left and a right Charles' head, Louis smashed a right and Ihen another lo Charles* YOV'LL BE MILES AHEAD WITH THE NEW DUNLOl* FORT the one tyre thu I has everythin g i ight to Charles' body. Charles' *,_•, a %  , pui b.s head against Louis* body Some motorists can boast of the mileage of thetr tyres; wmc enj< and whaled him with both hands. ^^. olhcrs wi t| alk „| lyic M en ce or good looks, or some p t iiaiies peppeied IJOUIS wilh two I left, tn the head just before the feature thai has tjken their hncy. Bui you. with your new IJunl Kaund H Chariea k Forucan beat themall—forthis isthc one tyre that ha* rtrri//ro,. 1-ouis with a short right to his' every feature the resources of Dunlnp can produce to give ma\unui.' nose and blood spurted out. Charles' ,^. t ... ,. .. closed with Joe and got in another, %  M •** ^ fcl >hllcnl funning and distinctive appearance, one or his fast short rights lo the) head. Charles belted Louis with two steaming rights and then cir-, i led carefully away. Chnrlea again clipped Louu with a right to the head and UMIIS sagged agauutt the ropes Charles hue after hun bcl'.ing away with both hands Charles crossed another thumping right to Louis' head Chariea poked three lefts at Louis' head and sent over ,i stunning right to the body. Charles banged Louis at will Ulood dripped from Louis' nose. Louts bit Charles with a right Jut at the bell and Charles sprang at him Kaund 15. They boxed very iiefully Charles threw a long ghl to Louis' body. Chariea nacked Louis with a right lo the body. Louis missed a terrific nght and the crowd howled rhcy traded left hooks lo the Lody and then clinched. Charles lead off with a hard right to Joe's read and then moved away Charles sank a left hook to Louis' dy and barraged Joe with left id rights to the heait Chariaa belted Louis with long rlghta to tne head and 1-ouis moved away Charles dug a left hook to Louis i can Joe got In a hard right to the body and again the crowd cheered at the bell. — Reuter jqpp. MBtaHBwaaaai %  *** %  Ir.-.w.ikttf ISjaai C,-..r.",m | il.i"I geaasr ton -*0d'CM tod. aaafM. 0) r.Ht. -I..-. I'M aMhoM-| ^^^g iinovtliovt ih* Sirsc %% % %  Ainu road S^_ l.liI X Add d....MI-0 TSa lo.indai on o'lh. -.,I U MlaWWy. RAY0^ SAHN ah. 76c. KAVON (HECKS An as-rtioeiit of P''tty design* 3H li Par Vard Cave Shepherd& Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET 8IN£C/?OSDY Cpfppn ir9/ %  CteriK Bidferd Frances Gifbrd .FgAHKCAms ^QlNC-H\0H FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, t.30 A .N p.m. PLAZA THEATRE Bridnelown Ready for that POPPY DANCE? by kind permission of CoL Michelin at the CRANE HOTEL S Next Saturday Night Sept 30th. E Dancing irom 9 to 2 a.m. THE POLICE BAND ORCHESTRA $2,500 ASKED FOR W.I. CRICKETERS (From Our Own Correspondent) PORT-OK-SPA1N. Alaerman A. A. Almgndng, Chgirman of the w.i enckettrs Receplion Cdinmittie, has said: "The Committetapi by the I'ort-of-Spam City Council to welcume the cncketiMs is trf theopinion that it would be an excellent : %  if Ihe public of Trinidad subscribed to a fund to pUKhaM tokaaig to prgggg tl to each member of the West Indian cricket team. Until UM fund Is elueed, it isliubllr will be received aa grateLitge eontributions from Impossible to determine whai form this token should take but the committee has In HttafJ I total ut about $2,500 On behalf nf iht' Committee, I ;iccor %  ipjyeal to all your reafler> lo send contributJoasl for this fund. Small contributions from members of the full> linns. It is our desire that presentation nt these tokens should It) spontaneous gesture by the people of Trinidad, in appreciation of the glorious success of the tour." Parr Win* Fight PONTYPRIDD. Wales. Sept. 27 T ..inm> Fan. former British en\>u eight Champion, made u %  i start |o his comeback tonight when lie knocked out Jar Klein, of Hollnnd, in the sixth round of his ten round BOBtofl It was Farr"s tlrst light for ten years Klein was unconscious for several seconds after the count bad ended Hauler. Trinidad Beats B.C. /-0 iffYoiii Out Own CtHTcsiHUMlriit %  PORT-OK-SPAIN. Trinidad played British Guian, In the current Intercolonial ladles' hockey series, and beat the visitor by one goal to nil In the Second Test match at Polnte-a-Pierre Saturday. This was British Guiana's first defeat In five matches to date. •They'll Do It Every Time —..— By Jimmv t Hatlo """"" W, — 'if CE-EBS THAT )'< ERUiE USCP TO BE A SPIELER OK A S6HT-SEEW6 BUS-HE BUK.PS UP EVE^VTMlNa THE ONES MES TALI0N6 TO HOWE9SIE WILL BE rOSTINS THEM OUT AS 8'6 SHOTS TO SWE OTHER OUSr ECKSTEIN BROS. 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Tlll'RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1*50 BARBADOS ADVOCVTi PAGE THREE Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay faftMi Sch LueUle M Smll O Sch OI Sch Hiirw WhlHa-See. Srh F£nmanual C Gordon, Sch. Cvnl E Smiin Brh Gardenia W Sch Zlt* W Brh T B lUi—. 8eh CnterD'H ARUrVAIA HrWy I IM M J 8H1 Reginald Wallace. Ml Cl* N Wallace. <*„ B Q Sen Eaatevn Eel a Una ni M. Beueaay IMI Onuata. C, Canl fch" barton "wo!fi*."M < 1wi net. Capt %  Xerj from d O Molly M Jon* IT loan Ml George Clouden. Itna Dwrilalca Planter, !,!• ton* n((. Capt Haindan. from Liverpool In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station CABLE W1HFJJ1SS iu< thai ihey can no cq-MBunasail* With lha lolHminc ah.i tti.o.ian thast %  %  WaJoi COM Station B 8 Trmplearch. B S Pioneer 8 S Laura Corrado. v rtanclne Clot*. S S Alcldaa. S S n O Plogcriaa. U V Uiuguai. M V Branl. S S EUl.. SB Pona Levrnue %  .B Dual*. 8 8. Atlanta 1 s S BUlgJrd. 8 8 Alcoa Parti*! 8 S iovac. 8 S t.ugano, 8 8 Horgpnat). • 8 Hormac Dove. 8 B SUvrtuod-i 8.8 Weetarn Sword. M 8 Ameelgo '•"*f • Fnsa* MS Carlaur*. SS Rena S N t'onoro Lake Oriar.ci S.S Ladv Nelwn. S 8 Ailentlc Trana !" 8 B. BM JAM. 8 a. fauujiussa. ^-—To* Du *ueeae. II CrUtallln... SB Celllo, 9 B Add! PI. M a Otaijaiud. S 8 Sun Walt. 8 8. Qobao. 8 8 Harva. 8 8 Tl.ta. SS Benin 8.8 Canbaur. s s Trocluecua, 8 8 TBalidorniia. II Oakland. SB Nleolaou Maria. 8 S Agamemnon. 8 I Tag Dragon. a, S Wyoming. 8 S itaviero. S B PunU Viral. 8 8 Andrea.. S Irglnla. 89 Piraldcnlc Dutra. SB Jamaica Produce. Seawell ARRIVALS BY B W I > I From ST I.UcTA M-nr LHiBooaaa, Camilla Devnu" Out M.thurtnMedwig HTIII Oeraiu Wood Plorance Moby DEPARTVREa BY 8 A l A L For TRINITlAD, Janet Maaaun. Laotla Johnaon *Ulalr.e rwmw Arthur ln.i Mvta Hu.enlnaon Margaret Cairlfigtoo B>-dne Carnngton: Orlando DeafUva Wiffal~har-1lei Umbrn CQltini LaWiartr* Fielding: Ailhur Evel>n Robert Caldwall j ,nr Rot la Sal by Farmer Avrll Farmer Juhn Farmer Sandra Farmer Caelene Rota John Row Sydney Hoar IBS belliStout*, Mimic* Sloule Vktarta rca-da: Uaaaln All. For ANTIGUA Kathleen Turner: Anna K'g Hugn King: Auroan King J*. SAN JUAN: H..i Burton |,„„ Millar l'-Ui bal winter InCbgatr: Barban. Bancroft ArrhtlhOd Murra> Kiewdlrt President Mamea Successors iOTA. b. 11 poluml to pcrsUtcni IBM tuuli'. it> a radio t*i* announced ituil he HBU i**ur4 a bajcoa i v -tt.-l Hiii.inieil II t. MIIII-.I... Mi'tutcr tor rwilaai Ati.ii i and Miuistar for I'ubhr Works. Ha .-x plained lhal he hd taken after the Council of • with anal tu-iicr drawn up b> • Eduardg Mintoa KeHUe Nowadays you rtted the strength off BOVRIL idle* Neville Wattlay. UBUHCETUWh tillomana D'Andud. FK-erj L>'An.]. htaj ... auj | \'..:,.,,B^aaanai lllam Buttorv Halliwall Mediord M.I CatkadnfU £>iielane CtiLii.inonI I'i'nu., Fan. Vivian K-uiman ivia Edghlll Oawarra. BoghlirCUrlr. Sor: Alva 'j< B.B.C. Radio Programme THURSDAY. September IHW 1 M • in Tlie Hew* T U Aml 11 .. HI Cmnpcaer l Week. T 30 a in Tbfc I1-n. lr PIB90uia: Itl am fleru-.Ml. Stieokni: • Mam Fion. lha UltorMb; % %  a m Programme Paid> Montmartre .''l-vcr'. %  3D a m bhi-iki Bead .* .. n Film H> n C-a U.r 1100 moon. Th* Haws; II 10 |> m NOW*. A,.. p m Programme Parade; II IS p m LtManer. Choice 1 IS p.m Hadm Nrnwl. 1 30 p m Much Binding in the Marah. ;n pm T>c New*. 3 1< l. h"atroni Britain: 1 II p m Sporti MaView. IS p m HIIK up the Curtain S 30 p m Tm (jucaiioivi. 4 00 p.m The Nawi. 4 H L m The Dally Service; 100 pin %  tenerl Choice, .'i 16 p in Program !" Par-da: • a0 p in Comuoaer of tha Tntaelude. I*pTheMr... N> Peace Must Be Built On Justice -SPBUMAN LONDON, Sept. 27 Cardinal Spellnwn Archbisliup of New Yoik to-day attacked war and CommuniBm before a crowded congregation here. The Cardinal was preaching at a mass in Westminster Cathedral In connection with the Hierarchy Centenary which Roman Catholics here are now celebrating. Cardinul Spcllman said : "A lasting peace must be built by a stronii loyal United Nat'ons with justice for small nations and little peoples of the world, grounded on faith HI (pell nnd respect for one's fallowmen." "Any other peace but this is a pagan peace. Yet we have accepted a counterfeit Communist peace—and waited and watched while tho evils growing from its rotted roots have spread over the major portion or the world".—P-eaier. %  el. B 11 p in Ui lied Nntu. He|v>tt %  N n m Interlude: 111 pin ro*. ihe Edltniial-. 10 00 pm The Na 10 10 p an. Intmudr: 10 44 p in. Bpaeia Dinpaiih: 11.00 p m. Thai Piano loi Pleaeure INDIA DECLINES COMMENT ON REPORT NF.W DELHI. Sen: 27 The Indian Forvign HJnlsIr; today declined to comment on th "port that Prime Minister Nehru had sen„ friendly warniiiK til the Chinese Communists not to British Jets for Brazil Air Line Illn DE JANEIKO Sopt 27 ii Panali ol Bi Paulo Bajnpata who ractmtly rctiiui.l fraaa i;iit.ini %  I'llpi %  %  I. I %  pi.ipt iiiii eoiiimireitl alrcran %  be used In the company's International linai bo Bm bon. Pans. lAinrion. Rome and Istanbul BantpaJQ IIHHJIalll that Pan.tir had not vet decided whether tlic •cj ,iLd be Ihi Do B %  Uand Cotnot 01 Vlditn Viscount. Sampalu elated IHvt BrulUan airport* have nnt yet cornpltTUra ground facilities for the operation Of Jet plane* hut l'i.nair wai dlrr.idy taking ltpl tl Drop I : I' %  ln*4N00BO itaStaaUrtaOtal He stressed th;t Ir.i7il WBI Ihi iiulv L:iliii-Amfrlcan ceuim.v .:( I Ing the use of jet propelled i %  m r< lau aircraft, i: %  .ii. i The Weather TODAY: .s an His-, 5 41 am. San Sets: 5 S3 p m Moon (Last Quarter) October 4 LifhUiig: i. p in llllh Water: 4 37 am, 4Jt p m VFSTKRDAY: ToUl for Month to Yealerday: 1 84 In* 'Irmperalure (Max) K 5" I' Temper-kirr iMin j 71.5* F Wind ii"" turn '.i am.) INI ; P MI i i SE. Wind Velocity 5 miles per hour Barometer < am) 29.942 (3 p.m ) i %  >.: Poles Cancel \\ OOd Exports To Britain LONDON. Sept ^7 Poland has cancelled her 00*1tract for supplying wood tu Britain. This follows Britain'* decision to halt exports of certain types of machine tools to Eastern European countries. The firitish Newsprint Company Bowaters has been notified that Poland ts suspending the validity ol thr timber lontracl. An umeial of Bowau i that news of lha through the Polish organisation with whom they made the contract. "We can only think It P> -I term of reprisal" ha Added.—Reuter. U.S. Flag I-lie* Over Seoul 0 I I urn page I i in the exM) ni Hie N.n.i %  Aim i i. .II. ,i piittieil In WlUIIII %  Nmth and • i ,.i baaa rid ol Uw fluid U.N. rront, Soutn Korean troops had pushed to within 611 BUIBS .'I %  %  illol. Tho northernmost poioJ American advan. c |i tinWM wtM a point on Iho road to Chunawn *' here i. aacape route; i. the north bottu%  %  vancea up to IS miles east of Seoul III .i Iml tq i .if the escape %  1 Isolated Communist formations %  %  %  mn troop > ssure on iti.'h retieating conn i —KeuU-r. use armed forces In Korei Formosa The report, put out by the Diplomatic Correspondent of the Haahington Post said that Nehru had received a "reassuring reply". —Reuter. SOMETHING NSW WELLINGTON. NX T L (layman, a New Zealand M.P. recently asked the government to u.vtalitj'a' i: pi'.p-i tie* ni ,!i ire fruit of | Borneo, that "makes hair grow jhfnlfrg patoo aad rnakaf old inen *kip like goaUs Oppoaltioo members Immediately i rfitd that shipload be imported—for the cabinet —Can. Praaa. Italy Builds Defence Corps ROME. Sept, 2tf. TllC Italian Cahlliet lOdB) rtO.dt.i in i nMta -i i %  u [fcfeiice OOffpi U) "In case of calamity or It was unnerstooil thai 11 m lild be devoted solely to passive defence i". %  Imllar to those of Bj • HI raid piecautlons. In the ..... UM corpo would i>e coHod pn i" cciiain rauUno duUoi ol too i olloe Spokesmen of Italy'! loftwlni p.irties ha\-e eharfted that tho aorrj i .,1.1 baoonw thi irray <.f tho powerful i it party, tho | party in ll %  %  Home 4 lo Soalba who orli:ir %  .. -A thi mip; told repoi '• %  ihour i al'int't-meeliiig that today'' decision completed lha ltj.lv %  < pi.ml an.tin 0 Ci\ i! It. N The first phase waa the decision last week to -pend 15.000, 000.000 lire in thi W K1 IturOO .i %  btinglni IMi strength up in limit of 12 rifValiotl — Reuter 'pUEIR goo*l looks tell you they're juti WgAl. You know, too, when you look it 1 i' prii t tag, that you can't set tiner value. Ills a Two-lone Brogue Tied 1 to every pair !* the John U'hite Guarantee Shieltl which means 'just right'! Look fur it in leading stores in Barbadi. made by "(here ^ no Sato mot 8 m i!k fa" KLIIU JOHN WHITE means made just right MAIL NOTICE ilalU tor at Luciar 81 Jurir H H % %  , s c-iudlan ..1 al lha Oanarat under. m. jai BHh Set" IONI General Fraileo Arrives In Oporto OPOKTO. Sept. 27 \ Franco and Dr. Salazai Vlgo by ihi -il *v.ia fcUipil I %  i ia>li %  -. vi oast rranco aad Baln/..i %  n %  • '• u.. ii,.n. 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PACK FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. BEPTI Mill ii BARBADOS Al)\'(MrE r. y—,~ -T7 1 r 4l.*-i. < • III September IS. 1950 IIV.il... I .l..,..r,..„ m was an annual function lasting for one week staged by ths ril* ... #1 Madam. The Bargains Shout Out At You... I ALA S HEW YORK NEW YORK gets m.* vese m %  the world capital of DMwmn. I fMhi.ct trad* You thought it was Pan*. wiui ] Ixtnden making • bed for %  gees, i Square"—a monument to buyer and a brusque Icchnique II M a storeion*—and then there i* MI the toud-y—a-p n :he tireld i d i aj w I aw tha: f*' ^U N e York if /<^^ bring, the _r^_r *'^ •restest lofluW^7" ence u> bear on %  — U. what people wear because it alone has succeeded In making women so fashion -conscious that ihedreM shops have no closed But tarn* It is a lishment Fre*.—^ their thousand* rush the i ->if Daman want—or what want—and cashiers' desks to pay the article wrapped on inalone Over BJgSBJ Lad.fa have **i"u ever heard of Macks restl suede leather hendbasjs i three douan nine! Of course M haven"! BBS*, BSJj |BrBla < favour > :e Hey. 1 from faraway Prance that Dior has urad of %  angerme and la dsckarsnc about with royal blue, a publicity paragraph from Hollywood that a certain film star hat bean seen at %  parry wearing a fringed shawl; a photograph from England show. .ng the Royal Family in tartan)— ind right away the propaganda nachine get* going The campaign s on. The women throng the stores. Inven there by an Irresistible irge. that they* have acquired hrough years of subjection it he greatest advertising method* :i the world, to be in the fashion If a woman cannot afford a orapletr outfit of the moment. he will buy at lean one new, orthy article So. if a heavy. •lain skirt worn with her sumaery blouse does not look smart t least she show, that the tried In the American way of selling 10 women there is no time-lag %  the new ideas in clothes. cosmetics and vital I getting into the low-pnced stores. At one and the same lime you can buy a dreas m Fifth-avenue for about 125 and Its esgq ):i L'liiun-square Union-square is New York's speakers' corner Amid its dun. • %  ; red-looking soap-box politicians /.' %  Id forth. Round the edges, in the littered, tawdry street., m the cut-price shops. Biggest and most famed of Klein's rrl> a ... h and Vast turn-over Ev. ry line f m*s> rhandue there has a tin* issftst within which it must salL E*a> by day II t moved fr ITrack to raak 0 ing a pnea rasfcueOan) untfl the final clearance -ad Is About a thlrC I the •ale there are Due tt an M eg a famous maker** *nd es aess ta an at Klein's > stock of 0*0 bags, created by on* of America'. ^5 ?5. **• *•***•. a p.. •ke wtll be proud to carry Is now en have sale at that astounding price the assun floor-# %  Tk*> mmmr Alnw: :mpoacible. n into the %  tan and come out astytng -;.vth.ng The iwot-^ ruaksng H BBsssi dLiiiuiba; the scry of the; asillant ringing g*a %  gsj the noee" each time .> I Klein*! probabJv believe that the n s i wew ai u ala^i* right, ixii they'll be har.grc if OM I -re going to tell them so. The km salesgirls are casual to the point uf r otts n sssj. sssl are easil. exasperated "That one looks all right on you. lady: 1 aant see why you want to try on any raor< sort of advice ihev give to a perplexed hat-hunter Then there is the torture of the rack As one dress rail is stripped by the human locusts, others are quickly wheeled in without so much as a "mind your backs. please Accident frequenc> works out at about one bumpea back to every 500 customer* Tfcr Gunit A rumour That the mirrors are modelled on the device used In the war by the s ecret service. and that store detecives stationed at the back of them ran ree through to ue customers trying on drum, themselves, has bce:i denied by the management But the prveenc* of uniformed guards at stronsjpotnu does Dot make for a cosy atmosphere Outside the store. .ne of thote electric signs which BBtSxO) carr. news flashes *(>ells out detailuf the grand bargains inside Once in. ..ou're still not let %  r tender? the f.r bar purchase; th* t :! look of the .wnan who has diccrrttm. from among a million U BBore ooats, one exactly the same as her sister boughi for flee dollars more, make ) believe that this really ts the plaiv lo great values It probably la, but it's certasuly snopping the hard way Not aU_ the articles are lowt s yssa iH has beer enough to attract the lurury-Irvers At Rat can buy a mink coat [for C#W' or a diamond ring, as well %  ten-ahilling dreaa. And >et there is something missing the contact with thsslesgui You hear women anxiously asking perfect stranger* —thennearest neighb. scrum: "Do you think this Mow.' "~ or -Would you say this h*i suits ^oe %  rr MrafeT In the cafeteria, where !h:aame exhausting game of snatchand-grat prevails. I met an old. hardenei campainger. a vekarai of many forays at Kl< her shopping strategy — "It Beeds four people besul, yourself One to scout out the best buys one to follow the scou* rails and collect the thinr* 1 .recommends, anoth.-r to help rou try on the clothe*. and the last to do the linlng-u,at the eashtcr"! at* friends an-f %  that way—and look. d to tell the tale" —tvrs A SIrani€' Device To Savf Ewesight %  y STOCKHOLM AN ingenious maehino which detects minute electric curren.V generated deep Inside the eyes is being uced by a Swedish pro lessor to help prevent b*lndness By glancing at a chart which records the current* as waves. mo professor can diagnose certain eye disorders long before anv other symptom appears So treatment ran be started before the eyes are seriously damaged. Today I saw the machine in action at the superbly equipped lhe r |. g lds _„,! W(lh eye cl nic of Stockholm s ultra|lim aurwfon ^ fl iae rs. and Iltle.1 me cup to the affected eye win-. a spring cHp. Than he fixed" a silver rod n the cup so that it i bupiuiin l"in< lit %  The eye-wave ti-s\' he was about to make wouKI show imim-uid'.eU whether rusti-in had beEun The professor filled a small glass eye—cup with liquid, parted The man who devised it. lean. *2-year-out Professor Goata Karpe I pronounced Yusta Karpay). led me to i cubicle, completely lined with aluminium foil to conduct .way stray electric charges, which would interfere with the eye-wuve recordings. The room was dark except for the glow from a small red flashlamp held by the professor's woman ass stant. sitting at the control panel of the creom-andrhromhim machine. A patient, .in BttraeUv Swedish girl, was lying quietly on a couch, with a metal band ^Tapped round her forehead Wires led from the band to the machine. Karpe explained how, months iitfo, .i sleel splinter l>>d peneImted the girl's left eye Attempts lo draw out the splinter w th powerful magnets had faded. To rrnove it -uigicflllv would be risky. So long as it showed no sign" of rusving the safest thing was to leave it in. Hut if it oegon to corrode it would have to be extracted, as rust poisons the eye. eventually CHIIS ng blindness. JUSt dipped in the liquid. A wire connected the rod with QM head-band. KveiythniK mas no w ready for I %  % %  A bright light (lashed suddenly in front of tha gu*Ta eye. Immedialely the retina —the eye's liKht sensitive screen — responded by generating ., small current, which wa. picke.i up by the silver rod and r.coroed by the machine. When we looked at the recording it had the normal humj;sh;ipe produced hy %  healthy eye Thiv asjtlane*] K.np. I splinter was not threatening in) .grit. When tii<%  UHhlssI 'rice of rust At in the eye | of the electric wi Kurpe Is also usin^ the machin* to save old people ordeal of operations which woul be uselesr Some cases of cataract—clouding of the lens — are not improved by surgical treatment because the retina also happen* to be damaged Until now doctors have often been unable to delect such damage beforehand. The professor has u s t d the machine successfully o u motthan 1.000 patients, ranging in in, from seven months lo 88 years Hi* results have uiivinccd Inn. th.il .ill babies are near blind until tUey are about four month' "Id Tnt eyes of a normal nev born child generate no current even when stimulated by the brightest light. Doctors have long believed thai young l>ables can sec little beyon.vaguely distinguishing betweei. light und shade. Karpe's discover;. 15 clear-cut evidence that the letina of the human eye Is not fully formed at birth Karpe u pressing on with ixpcrlments. Meanwhile e y i surgeons, led by Britain's sir Stewart take-Elder, have hailed his work as a great advance m the ilghi against blindness. \ >e-w;i\t< %  !..( himIs ii. ready being Installed In a Londoi. e>e clinic so that British patlenU can benefit from Karpe's discoveries. A SARONG lr> l\r/ IIOI1II KH-SHiN*.; MKA.'UWS \ V The universal advent of the blue ser^e iwo-fsants suit has taken mych i f the coloui i>ut of interna: n recent vesrsOne o! s>;-. ao ui sulTered by ... Assembly occurtwd 0B the the tall, hawk-facen delegates of Saudi Arabia abandone.1 their hes and turbans <>i white and gold asgd up at nsj iional double-breasted guilfl of baaaV and lawyer's blue lha' ..1Tx-is itM tnm Yemen and the %  I In the Indian ,.nd Pakistan delegations still added a spot %  ( colour to the annual proceeding The Hikmit like s*>mething out of thi tht "Ar.ibian Nights'" bfsj of black. old and nped by white and gold turbans. urn always .t ijold and jeweled scimitar at The ladies from Pakistan and India arc \wmja .Michantin.: in Sans that make an \mencan matron in last year's mink coat yok and feel like somcthmt; the cat draggeo in. Mme, Pandit, India's ambassador lo the i'mted States and formerly India's chiel to the United Nations, attended the opening session of ;he General Assembly this year in a whoosh sari of lilac silk. Anothei .ndian beauty came in a yellow sari embroidered in gold, and still a third one looked nil in a black, white and gold sari But impressive as are the sartorial perormances of the gentlemen from Yemen nd the ladies from Pakistan and India, they re merely dress rehearsals this year for th( uuque ailire of Sir Lala l.ukuna, mcmlxr >f the British delegation and resident ant) lative of the Fiji Islands. Sir Lala has been a sensation ever since he General Assembly opened, in a costume hat for sheer originality beats 'em all. On iis handsome and immaculate person he achieves the impossible by combining the best of Sir Anthony Eden and our own Dorothy Lamour. The union, as any one can ^ee. is perfect. Below a short, formal black morning coat. vorn with nates ajar collar and boiled shirt, sir Lala sports a sarong tailored of the kind Of black, gray and white striped material of which other gentlemen build their formal norning trousers. The sarong is a trifle longer than Dorothy's. dnce \\ covers Sir Lala's knees, but *lie •ii!-i! bliek coat is a sartorial dead ringer %  i uq that Sir Anthony ever sported. The %  i collar ana the boiled shirt arc mrther implemented with a natty bow tie .n tiny black and white shepherd check that Aould make a certain H.S.T. green with envy. Sir Lala'l strong brown legs are bare and us fa t arc encased in the briefest of bare foot sandals. His snow white hair is closely cropped about his proud and hahdsome faceTo say that Sir Lala is the sensation of the current assembly is putting it mildly. Photographers were so intrigued by his appearance it the opening session that they overlooked Secretary of State Dean Ache&on and Sen Wairen Austin, permanent head of the American delegation to the U.N. Sir Lola posed smilingly for the cameras and answered all questions with a polite ano formal accent. Only, the accent is Oxonian A graduate of Oxford University. Sir Lala sne.iks flawless English. Tins is my second encounter with Sir Lala DIM is not apt to forget in a Ufotimt him in London in May, 19-T7, who. lie ntti-ndi-d the coronation of King George V! and Queen Elizabeth by royal invitation. All in all. Sir Lala is a delightful addition to the United Nations, a charming gentleman and an astute diplomat And he is a welcome note of colour in a sea of blue .serge. —LN.S. Sorry, bat guns are not allowed in the classrooms" Truth about U.S. Teachers ? It's 4. loo m > AMERICANS do not UVS exclusively on hot dugs and Icecream cornets; nor live exclusively In sky-scrapers, ranches and wigwams. Few American nchool teachers have looks Ukg Hit's Urablc or Tyrone Tower, and iney do not pack pistols In their hip pockets In classrooms. To London schoolboys, io whom the new term has brought school teachers from America on an exchange scheme, these facta make Cloomy learning At a Tottenham grammar school Mr. Charles Endicott. from Ohio, watched his rlass of M-year-ulds leave at lhe end of lhe day and said a little sadly. i M i must be rattMr •• disappointment to them But .some of tin .7. bm lhe most startling Ideas about Am 1 have to put them right" The Difference tsfl Bshort, grey haired, 40. Mr EndlconVl pale beige *uit. handpainted tie. rimless glatsc* ami flight middle-west acrenl, revealed bin nationality. -But that's where the difference ends — In other things the boys i.iust find me much lhe same as their English teachers,he said, half apologetically. In school methods the main difference; Mr. Endicott has noticed is that In America more prominence l given to handicrafts (his special subject) and leas to mathematics and languages. So Courteous Courtesy Is the characteristic whiea has particularly itruefe him in his new pupils. I'm not quite used to little rouUna mailers of life over hero Ml Hut it ever I'm In a fix they'll help me nut. I've never known boys so polite and charming." Mr. Endicott was brought up on a farm When 16, it was hijob to milk 12 cows a day uiul wll ice-cream on Sundays. Taught In Japan A school teacher since he was 20. he has never missed a chance to broaden his expennn.Every summer vacaUon (12 weeks In America) he hikes job In a different Industry. Ht has worked as carpenter, cabinet naker electrician, and tool maker. On his year's visit lo England he Is accompanied by his H-yearIH son and his wife "I have already %  dass/patj : mibltion over here.' 1 he said. "I wanted to go lo a service In Westminster Abbey and—after hearing It on the radio every Christmas and New Year — I wanted to listen to the real, live booms of Big Ben. "Those two things have given me a thrill beyond expression." —L.E.S. Our Header* Say; Sea Vgg* T %S d "" r t l lh < Adeocaie ai K.— ran. is my second and laal letter as not being a beach Mroller, I have no more time for letter-writing except of course, U helping to bring dowo the co*t LttLfsffi f nmk > *""""' -' child in Barbados can csU me a beach stroller or idler Whal I claim is that the broken wa-egg shells should and could be dumped far enough out to sea a* nol lo be washed back on the sand in lhe best sea-bathing part of the island One man can do this damage, but you run turn all the Barbadians to okao Oils laes* up and you would not be absTto do so, and if this Is continued then ins, Americans and even Barbadian* will have to sUp seabathing at the Worthing bench or wear canvas or rubber shoes. and who likes to do this .ind onlv for the sake of one or two fishermen who deliberately dump these broken sea-egg shells near enough to wash back Into the best seabathing part of Barbados. This savours of most motor car drivers who. If they has I car suddenly or for that matter not even suddenly think nothing of stopping It at least two or three feet from the left side of the road, but this la only the result of nol thinking of anyone else but self. Kindly ask Mr Beach Stroller :o rl-e his name A. E TAYLOR, Sepl 26. 1950. Puhlir I tiliths The Editor, the .tdrocalc Sir.—As your corre-; column is more or less dull lhe*o days your readers are grateful ; your contributors R E. Smyth let. and cv E. Shepherd tor the readable articles an. leiicivartetj of subjects on whscn tnej write. Whether Or nol you aiin-e with these gentlemen one can UMi.ilU tea (perhaps unfortunately for them) the point or points the/ wi sh to make. with reference to their current correspondence on the natlonall%  Moa of the public utilitj oi their control by P.U. Board. I want both these genti< help me with a point I tried to make during the wond reading debate on the PUB. Bill. Tii, point is that on and after the setting up of the proposed board, .ill labour troubles affecting wages or attssr monetary concessions (if any) to employees will be thrown suuarely and heavily on to the shoulders of the Board My reason for making tills poim %  was that I could not see how anv board, person or thing could dictate to any person, company. corporation or else the price, di which they should sell any commodity or service, or fix th.' prom they should make, without at the same umc either direeU. or Indirectly determining lhe salaries and wages they ahoulpsB My reason for seeking the I Mi is. sm.-l Mtephard ^ that l know thev cat help DM, .o I hope lhe\ m tun will see the point I am makinu which is. that the Public Utilr.v services should welcome the Bill and Board. Yours sincerely, „ A. E. S. LEWIS Bridgetown. 27th Sept. I9B0 Welcome "'sirV 1 '""'' W Adi-oeafe kies, nothing but blue Welcome you today. B ue seas, nothing but blue seas. To greet > lH1 s „ fa e. Sweet meludics .ire drifting froi. Carli.For every heart is happy m %  -day. oh bow, the wind i an biowl '* the ships ran go! Oh how Barbados sings I In heiirty welcome to hercri-ket In every corner, on every shoro ll Three cheers for our cricketers. Engorel" rOR ALL BARBADOS. NOTICE OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK M*/.\(. ON THURSDAY M II FRIDAY 2STH AND SATURDAY, 30TII SEPTEMBER and will KI..|J, II for BiLsint'SK on TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBER Will Our Customers please arrange accordingly WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Succeuora to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Phones : III ;. 11;: u IHI! NOTICE OUR DRY (I00DS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED lor STOCK TAKING on TUESDAY. 26TII — WEDNESDAY. 27TH And THURSDAY, 28TH REOPENING TO BUSINESS on FRIDAY, 29TH SEPTEMBER • BsT Off Customers are asked to take note of the above and arrange their shopping accordingly. DatOSTA & lu., List. DRY GOODS DEPT, For Next Week's Celebrations and the Holiday Legs and shoulder* Local Mutton Kidneys and Stew Veal Perk Feel Australian Table Butter it.. il HI Cooking Butter Cam Water Biscuits Jacob Crackers New Zealand Chee*e ... -i.nl Biscuit* KaUlnr. Glace Cherries Marsh nulloH" Anchor Fvap. Milk Anehor Milk Powdrr Orssgea and Grapefruit NOTICE ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING :0N : TUESDAY 26TH. WEDNESDAY 27TII AND THURSDAY 2KTI1 '. %  • %  > l. "H. %  ._;.; %  i % %  • < RE-OPENING TO BUSINESS ON ** FRIDAY. 2STH SEPTEMBER Our Customers are asked to note of the iihove and arrange their shopping accordingly. DaCosia & lo.. Lid. KLKCTKICAL DEHT. WtsftoWttW-SSSS*'*'*'.'''''*'''' PHONE GODDARDS EARLY i i itm y.^tofl



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^ THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S. 1930 Talk On Antigua Hurricane TONIGHT M tL C. JOHNS a theological student of Codrington College will give a talk at the Y.M.C.A. •o-n,ght on the hurricane in Antagua. Mr. John who has travelled extensively during hu war service, was in Antigua sine* July when thai colony experienced two fires, and hurricanes. H UH AM: TILE „l Lodge Road, Christ Church was found gutltv yesterday of stealing a watch valued at £1 11/8 and a gold chain costing 10,the pro* pert) of William Watson of St. I-awrence. Christ Church on September 17. His Worship Mr E. A. McLeod before whom the case was heard placed him on u bond for two fmn in the sum of £5. J AMES COX. a 40-veex-old labourer of Christ Church was taken to the General Hospital about 9 a.m. yesterday suffering from large bruises on his right foot. Cox was assisting in unloading stones from a lorry at Seawell. Christ Church about 8.30 am the .same day when a plank which on the stones slid off and fell on his foot. He was not detained. D OGS ARE BECOMING very destructive, a farmer of St. I'hilip told the Advocate yesterday. He said that these dogs which are believed to be wild dogs prowl around at night destroying the corn in the field and giving some of the farmers double work when they inspect their fields. Traps are set at night for these dogs, but up to now the traps have not been very successful, A LORRY loaded with puncheons on the platform with a reckless driver could be dangerous if tn turning a comer one of these puncheons happen to roll off from the platform. Very often these puncheons are not tied securely to the platform of the lorry and the driver does not seem to realise the harm one of these puncheons would do If It strike* anyone. Yesterday morning a woman was nearly injured in Bay Street as a driver—apparently in a hurry to reach his destination and forced to stop—applied his brakes suddenly thus causing one of the nine puncheons on the platform of the lorry to roll off Into the gutter. Quick action saved her from very ser ious injury. J OHN FIELDS of James Street reported yesterday that a wrist watch belonging to Reginald Brathwaithe of Marchlleld. St. I'hilip was stolen from his Jewellery shop in James Street on September 22. A HEWING MACHINE valued at $50 was reported stolen from the house of Aletha Hinds of Baxters Road on Tuesday. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE HOSPITAL NEEDS j IMPROVEMENT \ —Surgeon Specialist Mr A G Leacock Surgeon '.eld the Hospital Ad%  > i .lay. that but for the uncertainty that* exist .-d as to whether or not Government was going to build a new kssspttal Ue#i irece Mrtsjg BSSSBSsary improvements that could be brought about in the hospital. Among these improvements ware the enlargement of the Veecock Operating Theatre, and an electric lift for taking patients to that theatre Such improvement* would not be interfered with by the reconstruction of the hospital, but certainly nothing could be done until some decision had been made by Government about the hospital. The Committee decided that [ %  overnment should be written tit for enlightenment on the matter. Having been allowed to take on i -.%  •iilion;.: 66 nurses, the hospital is selecting ?0 student nurses and un urgent neces>l: are uniforms !> %  in..ml Too Great There i* :i sewing room at the hospital at which uniforms for nurses are made, bul the makers cannot cope with the present urgent requirements— about to for the newcomers. The situation was put before the Committee by Mr Leacock yesterday and after some discussion it was decided to advertise for tenders to make these uniforms. The Committee awarded contracts for the supply of fresh milk, alcohol, fresh bread and burials. The period of the contracts Is six months and begins from October The contract for the milk was •warded to Mr. Clyde Field of EdgeclifT. St John, that for bread went to the Purity Bakery, while Messrs. Brvdcn & Son!) Ltd., got the one for alcohol and Mr. Lou Codnngton of Eagle Hall Ri the onfor burials. MO YOI' K\OH mis i ISIIV HERE It the mango Ana caught anrhar Uus Weak, and which ha* not yet baan Identified. It u in ins. lory with the had tapering ofl into two prongs Pom ndg* run down iu ii'ibed back and the •sat Is of a gall rg colour Effort, art being ssaas to pr**er*i> sad keep thla flab Trinidadians VI aul Bulk Pun I.UM HORT-OF-SPA1N. The decision ,.f the t'onlrollei of Imports and txporu u%  MM bulk purchasing of certain iten.v nf foodstuff* iwith a gi< kf l> umlad retailers and conbumen. alike They foresee u great handle .

anticipate, difficulty in obtaining MIJU>1I.. of items which become scarce, as was experienced some months ago when Importers were allowed to I uy their own split MM HBSJMM WIVOS, too. were bitter in their comment* GAZETTE CELEBRATES I25TH. ANNIVERSARY l.— D .-., t.r,*.*.*.* I, I A supplement : pressure of work to ratufy the eager schoolboys and the hurry is kept up until the bell which indicates the end of lunch is rung. Most boys prefer "drinks and cukes" 'unch to the "h.t lunch" and they usually have to queue up MI th;ir the %  nailer ones would not be squeezed. In the days before the ipieueing little buys had to wait until the hi* fellow* WOT* served unless they were favourites of the waitresses. If one should slop in the lunch room during luncheon period, he •muki hear such demands as "Nine a coke and three bananas. Wetk'ns!"Watkms ti one of the waitresses But every boy does not call for a coke Mauv call for lemonade Bread and Ash also And great favour with the boys Bread and fish is sold at the rice and stew counter and down that counter one can hear "Bread and fish. Granny'" As fewer boys buy rice and %  tew or soup, those who do can get their lunch more quickly than Ihe boys who prefer cakes. The> pay 12 cents for a hot meal and they enjoy it. The boys who eat hot" lunch, however, usually take %  a drink to wash it down." When the bell rings at the end of lunch and the beginning of another period, the boys do not hurry half so fast back into the form room as Ihey had hrrried out. Eat Weeds And Stop Tlu "ONE DAY I met an old woman selling, and I raited thing to eat." Those are the opening words of a calypfl once popular at comic concerts. The song goos op to tell of the disappointment of the would-be purchaser win, hi found that "instead of bananas, oranges tr peats'", the. Id woman was selling weeds. Quit* %  turn Mi.h women, old I or young can be seen at this time of the yeoT sell-rig bundles of herbs whose cold or mfluoniB ooatiuilni powon n extolled by two ago SUPREME COURT OPEHS OCT: 4 y, ,, The English At Home "TO understand anvthniK •bout the real Englishman, we must see him at home: for the Englishman abroad ioften a sort of race apart, no more representative of his true race than any stranger would be m England. Mary Ape Mouna apeaki"P i-i a BBC oversew programme. mitT-OF-SPAIN On Wednesday, OoUbOl | <• rviticninl opening of the Trun,i.id Supreme Court will take place The Acting Chloi JusOca, N Virvcn! Ilrttwn. who recontls spent a holiday m It..! %  -ill inspect a guard-of honour formed bv iiu.ni %  Polka Force Forty% %  Oa are down for hearing •1 this court. Six of them IN murder cases BARBADOS SCHOLARSHIPS The following candidate^ placed In ardor of merit, who wore entered for Barbados Scholarship*: obtained University Scholarshii Standard and Exhibition Standard. University Scholarship Standard Alleyne. G. A. O. (Harrison College). Gooding. R. U. (Lodge School) Adams. J. M. G. M. (Harrison College). Innlss. E. DeC. (Harrison Cefleae) Smith. V. O. (Harrison College) Exhibition Standard Nicliolls. C. DeM (Harrison College). Nlcholls. N V. (Harrison College). King. E S. (Harrison College On the recommendation of the Board. Scholarships have beei awarded to Alleyne. Goodinfi Adams and Inniss. D. G. Dray ton, a pupil of Queen College, was of University Scholarship calibre, but was not ellgibl< to compete for a Scholarship. TAKING STOCK Broad Street clerks were work lug minus tie* or Jackets yesterday. It was not "dress reform" induced by the heat. The stores at which they are employed arc Inking slock, and therefore closed to the public rive stores are closed at present Da Costa's. the Cotton Factory. Manning & Co. Ltd., C. S. Pitcher. and Wilkinson & Haynes. More stores will follow suit; then sh cases will begin to take on the "near to Christmas" look and people will start wondering "wh am I going to wear to the Exhibition this Tear'" FAST DRIVER FINED £5 A fine of £5 to be paid In two months or In default one month's imprisonment was imposed on Alonra Small of Black Rock by His Worship Mr. E A McLeod yesterdav for exceeding the speed limit. Small was driving the motor lorry M-1421 on Bush Hall Road on May 31 at a speed of over 32 lies per hour. The speed limit i that road for such vehicle 30 miles per hour. Fewer Openings By Gas Works FOR the past few weeks th public have noticed the Gas Company's employees in man> districts going around driving a drill into the ground and plucfng n instrument over the hole rnado after the bar has been withdrawn. On enquiry at the Gas Company tlm 'Advocate' found that the! Instrument used was a leakag indicator which showed the percentage of leakage In-low the eaitt in any one spot, hence when %  leakage is discovered, It Is traced til the spot showing the highest percentage Is found, then opening for repair If made—this linnnates unnecessarily large ront openings, and by this method It m hoped to cut down the majority of leakages During last week. Trafalga: Square was the scene of this work, vhen a major leakage was dlswered near the I. rd Moaton'l Statue The various kinds .>( | i go in make lhassj bJtti brews arc 1 like the items '.n an rut for an auction sal. to montion. Ono %  %  hush." Tin ..: %  f.ir all.'' ;) %  < %  roum leavi i aj reputedly good for cooling thr heal of the body Then whit. broom weed, gully root, m unie root, graiinv baek-borM boi'ts, and Chrmlmas an %  I I the others, used in these niRtlc and inexpensive madia I pneanj WOMAN KILLED BY UGHTHING Boy Fell Out Of Car While Thomas Laanlay of Heckles Road was driving the motor car M-2649 along Lower Colly more Rock yesterday about 3.20 p.m. the left front door suddenly flew open and his 7-year-old son Mark fell from the car to the street In attempting to save the boy from falling Lashley lots control of the car causing it to mount a pavement. The front bumper of the car was damaged. The boy was not hurt. WHAVS ON TODAY Meeting, St Michael's Vestry at 2 p m Water Polo. Aquatic Club at 5pm Mobile Cinema. Chapel Plantation Yard, St Philip it HI p m Police Band at Police Annual Dance s| Drill Hall at p.an Herb Experts Th s oXMrtnatl at brewing herb. extends all over th.We-1 Indlog especially in '),, • %  iif r'li-iicn IKVUpation There the names of the buslies BOUnd more ro.nantlc to English ears, but they are thi same bushes In these cicole rountrloa, the vendor iistead of offering airMte brootn wtta and sour sop leaves, will urge you to I iloui gnd In Haiti, for example, the lore of bush n.e.in en level, and on elder'y Burbad'an woman who has ||VM .. loni tUSM in the Black Republic and win herself aeQutrCd Bone knowledge of the BUbJSMt, told the %  %  Of people, she had eurc-l not on'y of the cold and influenia. but even of Typhoid For the lasi disease, she said, some of the herb* empioMii arc "man bed man" H atiad under loal* 1 and the not o| (intratti rot nul Ifte In lliut country and In many of •Ada, "ihe obooh" %  iroroan owes much of hi Mi fame to a study of Uw •ffeetl M iM n local bushi-s upon the human lx"ly PORT-OF-SI'AIN I Margaret Eugene, J Mai •rooutn, wu itrucli bo H|fhtnln| on Saturday and drooiI Radio wires connected to log house where Margaret was having lunch were severed. l..< ^ man .lied in the same district i inllai t in iiinstaiiii' %  — &f :V Postmistress Conduct "Reprehensible" lr*M O.r I —4— l.t...f .d.l PtiRT-OF -SPAIN. Miss Constance Cuttle. District Post Mistress at La Brea. srW reprimanded and discharged (W her conduct during working houi by Mr. Evan Reea Mr. Bee: snld her conduct was reprehen iible The Magistrate made tlu remarks when he convicted Ver nOB Chalton for behaving it manner. and Pi I assaulting and be.tiiat the Post Mistress The parties It If sai oiiarrelled over a motorcar rente.. on Diseoverv Day holldavrhalton, it I* alleged, went InIhe Pe*t OOlce uid beat Cottl. •jsod t?i and < Governor Attends Handicraft Exhibition I-OltT-tlF-Sl'AlN Hi. bcssSsssaj oae Go\' Sir Hubert Ranee, accompanied b] Lady Ranee, attended the Exhlb. lion of Government InMituli.r Handlcraft on Saturday. On dhttlay were exhibits from over L'" instiliitiomi anri welfare depart ments from all over HM I heir „, %  !,. More than 2.0Ocnhihlts. ranging from needl' vrork to basketry. dressTnakln %  -hoemaking and picture framing Unknown Man Found Dead In Church TORT-OF^'sPAIN An unidentified young man un found dead at about II oclock Oi Monday morning in the St Theresa's Catholic rimivh. Worn. bn-' Llherte enme oil the Iwiik and was at anchor waiting for slacs rataj Keuu*r SHIPPING EXECUTIVE DIES HAVANA. Cuba. Sepl. 27. I William Harry Smith pffOBi'ttlsh-born ahltiping n the WeM indie* •• t Co. Ud K M<. ii is IIIII a sum is Grenada Strawbag* for Ladies — IIWI) ami SHOWING — .III >l asferad Mia In keanUfi 1 llll •Irsimi* Sl...|il>li,. B*|< Bs il.*7 v barrel ii iasj] •3.86 t3.0t LUIPS Batchr) shaped B.i K Dinty Ladles Bag with OUesJai Bvttom snd Tslt Top in Orson. Royal Bhn> sml Wins. Ea CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street. MR. GOKOOL nol Uanaflng 1 %  %  ssMnUi r i". trifly BUiB Hl.ii'i 11 CAN T STOP CO It's time you took someVENO'S/ vasa It I. xiMl lot VMI wd Old. qtSeb H aWSs %  ad Kaa baa nM ap-a In* o**r SO ymn. (M VMM %  fertOa IOSJI -< ITOe COWSMM *VEH0V lI C HTM IM e COUGH MIXTURE TUtmfootmq IttM^jL The VENTNOR PLIMSOLL n mde oi VeaHh nn.it ind hi j crept fole U can be obmied all whin my blj wif -hue anil nj and \i t o' btacb m Mack iu4e Jjuiubp SPORTS SHOES ,STOK(S 1 lNO! IID-ACCNIS. among th


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PAGE M\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. IW HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON LADIES!!! INTRODUCING TWO NEW TOILET SOAPS CHIC SWEETHEART UNBEATEN FOR FRAGRANCE OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES BOILS PIMPLES SaL-vata then a >p*l* u-..iwri "k %  tSm % %  *.•' UHI'I much. i JJ. DR. CHASE'S Antiseptic OINTMENT AT ONLY 15c. CAKE IlAf. HOME A FEW TO-BAY. CAKES 1 ')nu woman who can appreciate the dlnerenoe Iroa her own experience, wntee *n Before taking Krnachen, I always ueed to wake in the morning frrllng very tirea. now I have lout allthat tlredneea and I w*kf feeling frjll Of energy Ki ftcfeM hai maJe mefeel •* younuer. I alao -off>l with ...... !-*.;. .:i li. y UODlWn iir.tb rnutid my ankita. I im now mmpletely cored of „and swelllnge.I Ukl Kruo.hen Sail* regularly and ^nnoi speak too highly of It. —Li.W. tun keeps you young |l tones up the liver, rtiid rwrWfle and keep* Diem all woiklng smoothly and The n-ward of thin lm nllnsssiiaiteshened and liivjgi i\,ionout ^:erla!l are expelled and ..f ibi mnatlsm ceaaa. And a> vou continue with Kruur whole body regpoagg .ntying lorce. Krunrhen !•. obtainable from all Chemists and Store*. Proudly the COLONNADE Syrups, Marmalades Etc. LYLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP $82. .43. .23 BRECHEN CASTLE O SYRUP... M GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE SILVER SHRED MARMALADE LITTLE CHIP MARMALADE S.A. MARMALADE 12 ft) TR1N : MARMALADE BEMA MOLASSES Custards, Jellies Etc. BIRDS CUSTARD POWDER S CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER .5!-.: CHIVERS T. JELLIES HARTLEY'S T. FELLIES MONK 6 GLASS T. JELLIES MOOT 6 GLASS BLANC MANGE POWDER KRAFT ICE CREAM ME* LIDANO ICE CREAM MTX (aimed Meats SWIFT'S OX TONGUES C. & B. BREAKFAST ROLL CORNED MUTTON LAMBS' TONGUES BOILED BEEF & CARROTS CORNED BEEF WITH CEREAL HAFNIA HAMS 12 lb.) KRAFT MACARONI & CHEESE Canned Soups HEINZ SOUPS: Tins TOMATO SOUP CREAM OF ONION SOUP CREAM CHICKEN SOUP CREAM MUSHROOM SOUP VEGETABLE SOUP KIDNEY SOUP Liqueurs, Wines Etc. BOTS. CREME DE MENTHE St.00 D.O.M. $.7i BOTS. PEACH BRANDY 4.00 BOTS. APRICOT BRANDY 4.00 GILBEY'S EMPIRE PORT $2.52. 1.SJ PAARL TAWNY PORT 2.11 VI STOUT .JO ALLSOPS BEER .2, Pickles, Sauces Etc. C. & B. MIXED PICKLES S .75 C. i B. COCKTAIL ONIONS ... .TO MORTON'S GHIRK1NS .71 HF1NZ TOM i KETCHUP .77 LEA 4 PERRIN WOR. SAUCE .77. 4S HEINZ MAYONAISE 41 HEINZ SALAD CREAM 4S Present**



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Tilt RSI) XV. SEPTEMBER 28, 1950 BARBADOS M>\ OCATF. PACE CLASSIFIED ADS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE TELEPHONE 290* DIED BAIUV—AJITlll'K i" P funarai look place al I OK HIM ll(l SIN DEACONS vnxs From ine i* October. Comer nl Deacon* and ,/ 3S. --.an STtV," I Roc* Bo-d Dm i THANKS 1 lb* urida* signed t" lUMll* t thank UNM wl* funeral, mi WIMUM. ••u. MM KUnded mr UuB*l< MI, bed awl Refiigaratar Ht-r Oct Nwv and Dwtirtrtr Telephone Mo GlkMni Mil n.lIMn MKMOK1AM COTTAUK In St Ll watrr From Id OctoOei HOl'ffl Vrri al house in the Pailih o( I furnished except tar i Decently decorated throughout ( %  • in lor about on* rear Apply to 4 rmgto.. Seal, IN evw .heristted mentor? of our i %  ... ... — %  B*iu.i husband and lather GLADHIOHWINM dlilnuh STONE CARTER .papei who was r*ii*J months of November If" lo reel on Vita Sap' 1**T. T.m. have cMuN in many t Sine* w* were all l.igathei Thnmi.>i> of iiiuw happy < %  Win linger on forever I" .< %  **.' M v so JI FOB M OK UNI MAKRI8TOW M.i*cll Clll. fvlU> l-.rnwhed Four bedroom*, all modern i\ and Tmns|Mirl WBBTTBN All'LK ATloNS will benMfcr*. it 1 of Highways and Tranipori up to noon on Saturday. 3oth September \N-IXI un \u lixsit The post l not penAonable. and the appointment vv ill w-. on or before Uw llM March, 1M. Salary will be paid monthly at the rat* of |1M M The appoiniee will be eObje-ct to the rurn-ni condr -nd departmental procedure and diacip Applicant ahoultl wvc brief particularof urjMjrawMw, present implovmcnt and rate of pay. and may be required to tmderaj oral and : 23 8.50—3n CHANCERY SALE ting Hi* .am* h iorr DKOVacn ONKAU VI MANNINC. 00 UHrfBD f: All thai certain piev* or parcel of land .tuiata In the CH* of wrtdgi I.) rrtmutllen IWw thousand on* taundK itungj .I'd hounding OR three •'*•* on '•"• %  •' '" Ma -"'I'd "•*.SlrerSHIPPING NOTICES TAKE NOTICE FOR Ml I: AUTOMOTIVE CAR -IMS Sedan Ford V-B Ca. A I* in Una ••mdllh". Recently overhauled New Tyre* Apply lo Lao KHimaii tana Cardan, SI Andrew CAR IfMf n...d*l gr. Saloon. Mileage 11.000. J*hort* Ml before 10 an M..1 CAR — IM Au.tli. order Apply Spim^ci %  11 1 IP in (food Qara4*, Spiv TIILVK Ucdlord S loti True* rompi*t* will) plaltarni and In *ellrui tondllion Courlny Garaf* Dial MI6 IT t •—311 PICKUP -Bedford tUavy Duly Pickup mm.nil* iiUIoaar* and owner Iwvinc irtaiiil B.160 00-Courle.y Carwc DUi *au n • SO-AII LUMHV Jod ,n Nrlla PUnUlkon. IXxJd* Lorry gnat condition Apply The MlChafl ELECTRICAL RADIO Phi.Ilpi T lube Wooden C-om*t anelleni rand I lion Dial MM. 7.0M ItTfORn %  IIANCEPJ* Aulr C-arrad. from KM TO to 1MB*. Ian A Harnra . Co I.U) I LIVESTOCK lilt N.">K VV Diiwinf. Dlnlnc BJ.1I. RIei-Iii.it> i minute* walk A Mllllndlon. "X aWIMfta D""i AUCTIOV UNDER THE IV0HY HAMMER One

  • U good condilMMi. Houae mini bw reruu id Tertni Cub VLNVENT G1UTFIT1I. Au.-U. %  :.*%  1 hv. been Inaiucted by Cecil Tuli to aell hi. houMhoU Funilture al *"l.nB.iiiy lairtc. Thunday Jtl. day srplembrr IbM at II o'clock conalatin, -i Upright aillinf Chain. Rcukerm. S*ll. Cuurh. Nlghl Chair. Cenu* TableAH „ Mahocaor. L-rder, Wafon. Wain Nland. Single and Double Be4li-<1' Ovar almtle Radio Table Lard* I i Dlnliig T^ble, Brau hanging Oil I.imtu Iioti of Other Item* Term* Caal. O'DONALD DANIEL. '" UNDER T HE IVORY HAMMER By Instruction* received I will *•*• o i Thuraday aep'-envber Mtb at Wfun Cole ar Co'* Oarigc. 1'iobyii Slreet ul M |.-locK on* [tj IUD Cliaviolcl Tiuck in perl* workli^ order. Btl Cb n>ra. and battery good. Mut b* aoid rormCath VUTCEKT GRUTITH. Aucuonerr REAL ESTATE H inwtajM. (bin fl„,i M i -nd deodonw ike kk nan i HARPIC M vl.l ,| M.llillll MH /. I.WIi UNI IIMITUB X \ s C I l I I Wl l-l DMVUM" arrlv... •t IWfttMtfse Brplambei T71h (,i ..1'CRKTfStuu. Fteemai1>I. Adelaide Bepteinbei II I. Saplember IMh. M-ih--un,j ftrptrmber Uid. Bydney Nth Scpiembei. %  MkM Voieeataer m i* ample >*mr Ml i-i tmml rg.i C.igu accepled on thi.tbgh bill* l'.iMpmml >t Trli>lrt.< I ir Uaibado*. ralti-h O.ilana. Wlnlrd and Leeward lalanda 1 FUflMmM W1THV i. CO LTD. Tiinldad. Ii*l and DA COBTA CO IfTD lUibodoe. li Wl The M V DAUTWOOO I %  —apt Corpo and Paeaengrr. St laiCW. t Mi-ent. Of* .-->.. and Aruba Dai* of depoin.rr Will bo notified II W.I Srhoanrr Owner. AM*. (Inn. 4u to reabt Booker's < DOS) Drug Stores Ltd. i and Haatlnco < \I.PIM I'HUM^Vi ^Aloo*. &* !" £ipC %  *> oairUf. • %  • KM Thai llRmSlI AMERICAN TOBA'.'m COMPAN1 BAltBADO! UMI I U -Ot—nhul". Lodg.' II Bnibad haa applied ("t the ogtatra lion of a trade m-itk in I R*gi.ler In connection wtO* Cig-r.lte, nl -ill be cnltlled t" regicer ih. unit otter one MfBtk frori the ! c<*> of BeplemDrr lM unleaa IBM peraon •hall i the "meantime JI> %  notice in dupttcne w me Bl ..( eageggtljpi .'i H...ti reajiaaraUon mItade mark can be aaen on appllcalo*i .it m,v office Daird irii. jeth (U) M BIBpiemLai lofir ivfi-tf it nil titili'l i.ulitu* . H WILLIAMS Registrar ..f T. ^le Mark* NOTICE On* Small He-end Hand CIAS COOKER va good OI.I*I i Boiling Lunar* I OrlU Tturneri I Koa> Jr.i' O-ren EnaniFl Sinaah back and plat* rack May be aeen at your LlMI CANAD "f OOIIHK and Refreahlng aa a Breath of Sprinf" The Manufacture of UpnaJenr. finds work for Fellow Barbadian* IB i.. 6.r. at Y.ur Dealer MM VI'IN'K OF IIYMIN AM AHA IIAI.IIIOK AM .1 l.l(|l III PARAFFIN SYRl'P OF FIGK •nd RUSKS—Baby'. Finl Solid Food Abu VMicty ul ( II. Ills < l I l\S IMII 4. SI Olll S %  ALCOA PAHTNEH Sleanvcr -"> Stean.ei %  "• IM Tlieaveaael* have limited pa*n .er For a* l-awr* For M U'N For St l-wr* UXJIT.. CART at HARNESS i condition. Ring tM Bherbeurm Mil* lllll. St Michael MECHANICAL IRRIGATION EOUU-MENT Lara* nuaniiiy of i', inch Qatvaniaed piping Mao Mill 10 R Fan. SO ft Tower. IS lich Pump and large lank Ring aioa Shert-mrne ". Two Mil* Hill. Bt Michael r.vta-tm One hand operaled BACON BIJC1NO MACHINE Apply B V Bcotl Co.. Lid Whitepark 11 I.IO-I.Mi. PVaff F->> Mftl Pump HliUon BB SCALA-iU0 lb> The Oaneral Agency High St Phone BI7 HARMONY COTTAGE St (.eorge .-tone bulll hou^ .t-ndlng .m about L.nc acre ol land Apply to Mr Arm.luiiig. Draa Hall. St Oeorgr QUAKER ROAD. Cernngton'. VUlaga r'rldav Mlh at I p m a board and .lilngl* home N • II > 1. Shed M T. Kitchen IS x B co.arad with arrantfa. clout, paling* Land can b* pen led Tmna '"..I, R ARCHER MC KI1N/-IE. Auctioneer. n a s>. Till ARCS FOB SALE |gfl RAWIADOS !tHU']'tN(. A TltADlNQ iu i HI HAHBAIIOS Kill* INSI'UANCK OO: Th* above will be -i up for Bale, cum dividend". t public COT, pell lion c it FRIDAY 3Uth Seplemhe130 pm. YEARWOOD B Solicitor*. MISCELLANEOUS Mth % %  ABBOTTS MAUVER MALTWe I and land only have Bmull itocka of Abhotl • 4.TM aau Mallver Malt" with VIlateral on hand. Gap. Chr %  o buy no" %  • wa cannot import any more at present KNIGHTS lid utanl at 2M_p.ni. roll INVI11.I thereto belongin) I feet .! i-'.lll ridfje*..I'lttant BOYCE. H HBO3" .mulnlnc I SI Mat M*.M-*n. BPI1JJANTINK I'-, II..,' aifi .nl ElOtaT look of your Hair try "Bitinniey. Liquid Brilliant in-Frtea V|K KNinirra LTD M B : % % %  MKffNXN-S QUINSANA TALC — W'B liave In flock Mennen'a qulnaana IIah) which I. an -xeellent remedy (or Alhlelfii Feel. Try II and we the WIN KNIGHTS Ltd Mt.M-.ln MEN'S SHIRTS — Largecl *eleelloti of Men. Shirt. In town All -ItEUANCK" all Guaranteed all aitrectlvety prtcad. If far ai.y reaeon your ahlrl rllBpIe-aaa you. it can be returned to ROYAL STORC. High Street Apply tailor. HVMIII GARDEN EH Eiperieiic^d Qardctier Apply P c 8 Maffei gt OB.. Ltd Jlinc* Wm Henry Straa* ^^ I HI'MRIIHI IN COOK — G*n*l ti live In. alao Laundreaa. Good trierencee required. Apply Boa T.UJf. iEKVANT — Reliable Houerrrlaid, IH r in -||dml*>" Gun Hill SI George n • so—m Church. Th* dw ilorled wooden bulldlns of Hliuh tii* flP't floor I* used aa a (hop. ind the vacond floor aa a private reall*nce Infarction any day on application a Ml** E. V Johnwii. on the preml*** .'or further particular* and condition* of •ale apply to R S Nlcholl* aV Co. 14 B M ~ 5n REAL ESTATE JOHN Ma BLADON AJM.. r.v.A. Fnnnrrl7 lllxon t llladon FOR SALE lfn.LCKEST-Bathalit-b.1 Very well <—batnic1*d atone bungalow %  landing on acre* headland riound with — rr ( ..ng vlewi mW me Atlaaiiic. Verandah on 2 -idea. reception 3 bedruoma n landof Egbert W'lih. of Mr*. Carol on a private road culled f*B mid on nnolher pivat* road called Venlnor Road togeiher with the mn.uage or Dwelling Home Ihereon railed • %  Rjdcourf Building*. Aa.. app>al*nl M loiloara The whole properly appaai*ed ... Tit REE THUUSAND AND F1>TY POUNTJB) iflMM i Ai tachad from WHKYMAN ARNETT UHlFTmi lor and toward* latMaetion Ar N B %  ". Depo.il to be paid on day f j.ir't.. -i T r Bawtmjn provoat Mnr.h-I 2a v v "> opUa* .'.hi ^/..ining %  I I .11. COOK HOOKS by ElU. C'ralg ,,\M — IlIHTIIliW HOOKS ROBERTS & CO.-DIAL 3301— Hi f h Street &toAXA#*J WE CAN SUPPLY I i.ff.xl Whral l(. | I ii.:. r. ltd Oats, Talenl ll.rlev M.*d Sarley Nralaa Teanuta ridg* %  nod K Initial devel.ipni .... i lUI UM "'ni i .1 l-Hlrmin. and totlM'. kIk-hen. pantry and aludy Thai* are 1 *ervanfa' room* and garagr I %  in a good position and *ea halhlng I* cloae at hand i l.H'I. WAI-K H. Hill. Claw Cfaurek Mndm. I %  landing i H I ..I Worthing 3W fe. abovaaaa leva). Maa*nlflceni 1 bedrooms, living, rwiin. *1 tf zoom. .luoVr. 3 bathrooms with tub and ihowri modem kilch-i laundry. *rvsn1>* quartara. tiled patio facing th* una Laid mil garden*, standing in action AUCTION SALE TO-DAV At 1 p.m. AQUATIC COURT SEAL ESTATE AGENT aaonoasea PLANTATIONS I'.l II I.IM. rhunw.i STUART S SAMPSON LI I). AM I i I'AKPENTERli you Irs, you'll know th. besl TO L S ilitninablc nl EMPORIUM ai"c • CENTRAL illNrRM. FOUNDRY LTD.—I'ropr.etnm > i in at Broad and Tudor street*. THE BWIA BRITISH WIST INDIAN AIRWAYS %  %  'jg^^, -*-*-. -,-• '*'*"**#****'* %  *!#**• %  >' • V***'*'*'**,*,', ,;*,'.'.',:•.', %  %  %  1 OH SALE Th.lulluwlni Enluh Thoroniilil.1.^ In Hi i %  l"" 1 '1 •" rnniHail 0LAB .:vts_l.lrll(iAI.-ENTAN<-IN.l "•!• B.i.i.v mane OSBAT IASTOIW Mrh CSH \ M.1VIN .Ml MHIHINTER-IJrli 1173 %  IM iii. MI innu, nv< HAN, -II MM I ... HAOIC HI". lilt Ml .HI:, IANVBRVN. IHVI.K im.. IIENNirlT. S. I ...-.•,-,•.','.<.-.'.*.'.'.-.'-'-•-'-'-'-'.'-'--. NOT1C E SATB *.! %  .. U to Mr* Nelli* H. Coast. Trl UK PUHLIC NOTICES NOTICE TH* FAMBM OF ST. ASBBI w Applieatisni will be received by tne. I naervlgned for Ihe Vaca-.l POM of ganiit at SI Saviour %  Church, ui SalurdAT Oclohar Tth IBM Salar* g par monlh Certlneste ol Heauh i i.-.impan> application. Signed C A SKXNNFJt. Vestry Clerk. M And LICENSING NOTICE TBANBFEII a UMC'VAI. %  M.I ol Blaefc Bock. Bt Mir*aal. purc-hji*' iquor license No lM of l*>i led lo fi.i-ei.rr m CwTtei In rap*.-i of No CO Roebuck Street. 4 Hi to a beard and shingled .hop atlach*tf M a v>jll and wooden ievid"a. ii Montroae, Ch Ch within District -BT _Tid lo uw the said llcanae at such last ila-arrlbed premise. Dated thu Mth day o Srplemn-' IMS T., 0 Police ••B" Thi. appllcalloi. at the Licensing i i Monday .ha tth da: c w RuonrjL i MagUtraia. Diet -j M B *" LOST A llll Ml RACE BOOK One Book — Satin R. N< 'he vicinity of Belgrav bury Rd Pindar plea*. Advocate Advtg Dspt PERSONAL m ItRCY OKI • %  *" ^ I M t %  .,,,! 1l.e.. WBBMB. ^ ^"ty'^rrmt' '•.-. I 0 VBGWTAH1KI'MUIl 1;1 \ 1 MDOK. " to"""*"* %  ;> ^ I :• > I J Assoiiulion (UK SI'KUillTSTOWN & SIX MEN'S BRANCHES will be rlovd lor STOCK-TAKING Tm-sduy :ird and W.ednesday 4lh Oetobor TOBAGO ItoiintI 1 r 11. $57.60 FREQUENT SERVICE VIA TRINIDAD & """ %  •Trip $57.60 smvict it., „ OAILV ^"^;z Will our .'Imitation arrangeiheir ^.litippii II •% (. CHA1XENOR Krii-iids and Cusloiiicm plnisr i and order* accordingly. The Amateur Athletic Of Barbados ntisM* HHi Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic Sports Meeting HoUdayi.Ol at I P M (taeeajOB* at 1 P e*'-. D .iiuige of H.at. The O-rvernor H A W L BAVAOt. C M (1 IB FreBtaasaie M MMM ,.,1 The publlr are hereby an riving credit to my wife U£*^A ; I'ALV nea Bishop, as I do not lined nt-self leaponsible for hae or an rite eoniractlng any deoi my name unleea by "*"•* *" "* Sgd FRANK RXALY Tudor Street St Mlchaa l-Mlle %  le .lnurmedlatei ** %  'A'! inn yard. 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    Tharaday l J O Barbafofls Uuucale U.S. FLAG FLIES OVER^SEOUL FIVE CENT* Vrr ."iJ U.N. Forces Will Not Cross 38th Parallel Without U.N. Direction CANBERRA. Kept, tl. AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER Robert G Menxies told Parliament here today that the "Big Three" had agreed that the United Nation. force in Korea should not go further than the 38tr parallel -the old frontier—without United Nations directions He was discussing what was likely to happen when the North Korean forces had been rolled back to the line they crossed in June. TinPTJM Ifuuatet wai aaeakIng in the \i*> sltlon leader Joseph B < hi 'V 'ho Australian I-abour Party to of compulsory mil tar) Iralnln due to bom" BOXl Menzies said that from present %  Korea would be rolled back sc iousa>> no one else intervened. 'The important question,' 1 hi said, "is what happen* r,n irui United Nations 1 o r c e % an approaching the 38th parallel It h<. weti agrr*-u c Thrtj* thai the United Nat kmforce should not be committed to %  %  ro-ecd any further without United Nation! direction "I do no* assume that when the armies reach the 38th parallel there would be 'a cease ftre' ". It may be in the middle of a battle The situation must be taken into consideration M-nsles appealed to Chlfley and his Australian labour Party to reconsider their opposition te compulsory military training. Wolves Carry Off Four More Children LUCRNOW. Sept. 27 Wolves terrorising people in parts of the United Provinces carried away four more children from two months to three yean old in Lueknow oh Monday according to report* received today Wolves and hyaenas h*ve so I"t ..(ken loll of 23 children n ana around Lueknow according to the latest estimate Troops helped by police and hunters yesterday continued their operations against the hunger-mad :.-., %  -•" Ktwter 47 Bodies Recovered Front Colliery CRESSWELL. Derbyshire. Sept. 17. Rescue teams today abandoned all further attempts to recover the 33 bodies still lying t the bottom gf Cresswall colliery where nr" yesterday killed 80 men. "*V dawn today 47 bodies had been brought out by rescue parties who with oxygen masks had plunged Into fumes and smoke nearly 1.000 feet underground. Later an official statement said examination showed that the fire Before making nu apa> opposition. Usnstea read to Parliament a letter received from Chlfley which stated Labour's belief that the defence role of the Australian Military Forces shouln be on the Australian continent and the Island* under Its authority Danger Outside Australia The "world's problems do not arise In Australia and tru of danger U outside Australia", Menzieo said. "If there Is any substance In the suggestion that the United Nations must be given a more active i force Instantly, available units nominated must be available for thought further search for the bodies had therefore been abandoned.— Reuter extensive than had been {service anywhere deemed neccsu sary. Otherwise our international defence policy is a meamngli gesture." Meniles added. Chifley declared that although the Labour Party stood for th< principle of the United Nation: assistance to South Korea, the Party did no! stand for the -ort of Government operating th before the war began —Re Korea Affects Exchange Prices LONDON, Sept. 17. World markets today came under the influence of the sweeping successes in Korea. There was rn overnight weakness of United States prices and a decided waning of inflationary sentiment. Rubber fell rather sharply on far eastern markets. The boom in rubber shares on the London Stock Exchange turned ragged. German bondu were firm on reports that the West German Government will in the near future inform Allied High CommiwloneTs that It acctpts responsibility for prewar German debts GIFFORD IS rVFW U.S. AMBASSADOR TO U.K. WASHINGTON. Sept. 27. Walter Gilford was officially named to-day as the new American Ambassador to Britain. Gifford succeeds Lewis Dougla: who resigned yesterday for "personal reasons Including those of health" The new Ambassador is the former Chairman of the Board of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.—Reuter. CHARLES TAKES HEAVY CROWN FROM JOE LOUIS After 12-Year Reign YANKEE STADIUM. New York, Sept. 27. EZZARD CHARLBS won a unanimous fifteen round iVciston over Joe LoUis in the title bout in the Yankee Stadium. . Charles won as he pleased over the slow lumbering Louis who was to become the first heavyweight champion in history to regain his title Referee Mark Conn voted it ten to five. JudRe Frank Forbes scored 13 to 2 and Judge Joe Angello voted it 12 — Associate*' card had it 12 to 2 rilri one even. Loul*. the nve to t and a half favourite, wcislvd US. Not Free From Danger Of Aggression —MARSHALL : %  -• \'t 2' General George ttarahaU, i n United Slates Ssxretan to whhare %  I 'it would be (Oily* 1 for I* hoiaeve the United nit] "ratiMla mreeer fniling %  udden ami violent aggression BM Had a meeting of Red Ores* workers "Toda\ we live in Ml •TB of guided missiles, atoms? l lung range p'ane* and submarines capable of dsslMfllMj attacks fai from tiiou iitmif bases In the Msrht of recent i i it would IKfrill-, f...r lit,' ,>ouiur l that 1 will remain forever free from m Spooking of tin toccas thai ited "hi conflict" la Ron shall said: "Thoy cannot b* defeated by military force In this struggle the rtn*ngne1 weapons w II be pose, tjntpathj : and the will to submerge individual ambitions fin Ihi th.world —Reuter 'Vote Wisely 9 Says Truman WASHINGTON. Sept |. President Truman todssaid the United Rate. Vfould face "a vary critical period" In the next few years and cnlled on Ateti n arti to—"vote wiseU in the Cohgrrsslonal election^ to t>e held in November Today, the United States occupies position of. Leadeishlp among the free nations", he said in %  radio speech —"We have a great responsibility to use our strength to bring about H just and lasting peace During the next few years "we will be passing through a very critical period I "The Congress you vote for on November 7. will have much to do with whether we sre to achieve our goal of peace or be plunged into another war. In that Congress. there should be no room for men or women who put partisan sbandage above their country'. welfare." Vanguard Pushes On Towards 38th Parallel THE tallest llem. Surrey. EnglMnl. Can't %  sated I ft B ttirh now The only tain** ho can buy not otfldo to and booUacm. He as* now aerittedl to lass up flsrc witti a hieych tint h.it to ha specially i of Ebgleheld tan :-. "till glOWtllH ..nr Maaa yclliig snd | las for 111in Express STILL GROWING AT 9 FT. 3'/2 INS. Russian* Seize British Trawler LONDON, Sept. 27. i The 884-ton lirmsh Trawler Swaoella of Hull has been sewed a Russian patrol vessel whilo sailing off Murmansk in the Arctic Ocean, a Foreign Office iKikesmnn said here today. No details of the incident are. >et available, the spokesman dded. Previous incidents in-, olving British trawlers have risen over questions of territorial ...•.,-, ...—Reuter. (By HOWARD BiCKKY, LONDON. Twenty-tux yew old Teri fjansv of EnglalU'ld, Graan C.mty Surrey, ta a Wry unlilpjCv rrtan He us* cai growing, StaVKUng feel 3| inches In his stocking feet ul latest chock, he is the world's tallesi man. In January this year he was admitted to St. Peier's hospital. Chrrt.sey. Surrev. suffrnnH from arthritis. He was then 8 feet 9 inches tall, and the rtOtpltaJ uthorlUM bad to put three beds tOgathOf 10 ;inMiunociate him. UIVTroopsMay Go North Of • ".nil, Parallel H. r\MH\ MATTHIW LONDON Bsjpl 27 r >> Brtuah Oaearrussaat w ii-jcbed i illative division thai the United Nations tmops would have to go north of the Mth parallel In I'hi' Oovaraaaanl was undertixid le be sounding out CaOaWNtwealth Governments and othei fnendiv powan on the i 11 suhmlt to thr Commlltaa to i'ii tl narnllel i '<• 1 I I I'mtfsl Kmeo bajssd on elrtsom MMrvlaad by Uv I Bttont be .nntemplated h view iti.' ii>i|He.t ratntitinn how %  lared sotnatalna o "trial BaUoan" la th.laee o -Hung opixisitlon from India aa tM i v it Oovarnmaati r •carcely survive 1 in iti its* lead t,. tha Aaaamb 1 be i leu ii. • ill %  okn UM Roraan prob root >ii.i in.null, lather thin return l the unatabli corn %  u< man! i hit t> btaai 'i>w ii i.i kuiunai Bui %  i Implication about aaoUni the partluan aM bata/aan iioftl and ganth Korea nlaai twa aariou I >'n %  hathai Uia a 11 the Chin.-Mfrontier of the Unlten Nations authority which in ItKorean pofelo) is dlaputad by Uv Communist world. WOuM strong n*aclum from Mw* anil ivklng. Tllf i.'llr %  iM.vcrii ment whHh would •vanUially tk power in Ihe United Kuroa. It Is here particularly that the attitude of India I* regard<-l .< %  l>etng so Important —Beater SPORTS WINDOW Tsr* vm • %  clUna ••in . ii %  i "•>" • %  "•• n>*i"' : h.rPl.v Utliiu HI S.0D V in Th Iwg malrhsai SIT* •.imnn I n Barracuda* ana rivini ii %  -. lioNIMts i( s„-niri. Srsss UUi ktassti lh Ivaeiin Cup Ii ihpin; Mrrkuii. T. 1 hisBIMI nvilrlt l-4-.t*!, P-|I-. ( riaii tna suwu i.iuii %  %  .< be • *•*•.< .nun.. >+yk&£m "Experience, mum. Lor bleat err. / teas a pfafefflyer on the Southern tot 15 years INDIA NEW URGES TALKS FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 27 The Indian Delegate Sir Benegsl !;: %  i. speaking in a general debate In the United Nations Assembly to-day proposed a new conference of Foreign Ministers of the Big Tout powers. Sir Benegal said that American. Russian. British and French Foreign Ministers ought to meet with or without others "to disrupt and rediscuss" at leasl the moil outstanding matter* of disagreement. "Perhaps such discussions have not been very fruitful in the past. They mty fall again Bjt the attempt Is worth making", he declared. Proposing that MiriWters should meet In New York Sir Benegal %  aid that at the root of all the conflicts Inside and outside United Nations was tha "pervading fear of %  aarasaion" eight a 118. Charles 184>- Charli National Boxing AasocurUoa UUaholder. won recognition from New York as champion He u now rated as Ihe world's champion everywhere but in Britain At the close of fifteen savage rounds Louis was so badly beaten that it appeared doubtful he could have answered more than another bell or two The unanimous decision of two Judges and the referee Conn was only a formality after the two Eszard Charles, and Louis trying to regain at 36 the crown he wore fbr near I v 12 vcar* before he retired In March IS*', was completely unable to cope with the %  JashsT from Clncmatti. Towards the end Charles wh< conceded 32H pounds to the old Bomber was trying for a knockout and i.oui* at times looked • though he might not freaAff the storm though he never tried to fight back. A faint breeae blew across the huge baseball Stadium but it was mild enough to be able to sit • Oa page • Israel Opposes Germany FLUSHING MEAJIO.. %  apt. 27. Israel today expressed itronf oppouiuoii to readmitting Germany wllh "unchanged bear! into Ihe family of naUons. Mosse Sharcit, Israel's Foreign i -king in the U.N General Assembly PoUe* Debate •Urelare-I that Ihe people of all country viewed with "consternation and distress the progressive re->lini.sslon of Germar. family of nations with her revolting record intact, her guilt and lOlcllaalUIod" —ReuU-r. I hi.ve Brown MX in, Ii. in ,. January,' aHd lag b aai i %  till k'lowmg. | tun feel ii Wlfi. iit all going to I it Is all very fine having Uh lire 11 Irof lM>lng the |g ii the world, bill Tad is rinding I If none too easv he can buy in,' o ade to measure are collar studutid shoe luces. Specialty talloi.-t BUtta. made wilh dlMlculty and at !• it gpanga. are loo small within H faw months Tra\cllirui Dinirull also dllnVull foi Til re ino eo nlort for him .ii bus, ..ii 1 hi* heiiil rstchas Ihe (.jireela niek when he sits in u mini HoUss hnv.no I I %  T, on the In l47 Ted only stooi at." doton than mid w. % %  ifrali o i will keep growing until you sre eight feet." 'i nai jokes il' IK nbmil his laid mo . iiuse he Hods it ilifllrult tu get nil hit* nouah t<> dmit hlio. i..| to take up eyellng Here again he rnn into it snag lh could not find M bscyeu to n i mi Than %  Brtlaai llntl hearing r :u pliKbt mult him a special '•.tengthenrd blcytle Ted. however, has found th* pnaolatwa abaul being I ..ni Me can and doea whitewash • %  out uattuj laiiaei I N S FmiohTroopsClash With Guerillari SAIGON. Sept 27 French troops attempting to Improve their defence* and BaOVB b] i higher grouu yesterday tJMCked I % %  ">*! | |.lt.mil ilYUined 170 foi piestionmg Renter. Cuiiadian TroopK M;tv Go To W. Europt; 'ITTAWA. S. The advance of Amci>< i iii Korea has mlsed the po^slblllty that Canada's special army force ""y KD lo Wiilerti BUrO) ol Korea. (Iflicial yu-ite.K M id today that tl is possibility was probably dis(ussed in New York -ruun fc Foreign Ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Nations, and that • l might come up lit next moritb'' g r>l llien l>e|ene R'-aler (BY ROY MACARTNEY) SEOUL, 3ept. 27. 'J'HE NORTH KOREAN Communiat red flag was hauled down and the Stars and Stripes was hoisted this afternoon over the capitol building, seat of the Korean Government in the heart of the city Though the capture of this ancient capital was announced by General MacArthur over 24 hours ago, groups of Communist "die hards" have sine put up some of the bitterest street fighting of the war. The Communists evacuated about 250 Ameri can prisoners from a camp in the Eastern outskirts of Seoul a few hours before the Seventh Army Division captured that area after crossing the Han River. i lodii* II the Allied Fmhasaie-i %  damaged to> -mined .hells MUM. Ihhr'll 6BrittthMaFaSasVed By Tlir'' Minutes Lord Listowet Among Them I I I iitr.l S.lloil* lllir ran mil mil through i .i Bag l.i Hie BBBl. then .it> %  i KM -tdl in rom Ifcea In a mirlh'Mi ni sit is sinks r. 4->t r iie 3?tti BBlaaW. ni figures I %  the coast %  I tltln ii I 'i. iln %  irrow <.iiie rtreeti %  % %  vi thin %  few r the Amcn.aii %  I n Coraniunlsl iMiids Plabtei called In lit An men! in ph ad Mui lilot'k Id old SouMi I i.il i Ijnneii "itm CommuiilsU killed in ambush A Noi th SINCAI'dHI Bt iiimitrs need Mg BiiUah Meioberol Piirllrfinent from guerlllii arnbustl in Malaya Among tha M P" waa Lot tat< i..i a C elnta." • "ee-nsj r Thrr pnr/t .. pot I %  • %  %  i bara three ntnutea Uha l i poUog ranatahla P/M %  hoi da After vibiting two estativmorning, Ihe Uembi %  Parllamenl can i %  %  %  %  ng to the Malsy.i Trlbeac log ii lhay had noi dene thej WOUM moil lliull have passeil | sealed but lhat It. poinl aftat fuerlllai lo thai thur said or 10 the Kmr.i pitckrt early II peisonally Mgned nbuah had taken up then postUoni. 'Hruli, | POLICE BREAK UP CROWD I whole front on lln I between UV Aimi .-., UUM --itei DUS9Ei,rx)itr .sept II ifc. .Dam runnlok southeast'',"'"";" : "" 11 iht ehuig. „ or hwta | ruNnad na i S^?.w U1> • ,l1 > %  '' " : no dahed the ban on di monstra-l lions to protest against it-.In %  nlng of the West Oarm tommunist Party Headquarti i &f eslerdaj Healer f> OR Taar -1. The road blocks. Somelttnng like 30,000 O %  1,000 Austrian Strikers March To Chamber Of Labour In Protest Against Cost Of Living %  VIENNA. Sept. 27. Police reinforce Strikers staged demonstrations tinned around th all over Austria to-day following cellory In Vienna. sterday's cost of living riots in Crowds of peopl Vienna. goods likely to — Vienna itself was quieter togo up In price day except for an attempt by when the new workers in one district of the wage and price Russian sector to disrupt tram plan takes effect service* on October I At Unf, 1.000 workers mnrrhed There was wideto the Chamber of I-abour nnd spread black demanded that the Government marketing in abandon its new Wage and Price commodities such Agreement. as flour ami sugar. Clothes and Countrywide protests began textiles afaar tha Oovernment yeste rday twenty Hw par approved new scales of wage incent. creases which Communists and their supporters claim are -not Communist enough to (over rising costs of sources r food, fuel, clothini; and other to-day lhat Ausgoods. trlan factory The Austrian Federal Chana %  > sre lor Dr. Leopold Plgi received tomarching on the day • delegation of workers who British Zona town submitted i. resolution of protest of '.rax. against the new Wage and Price One lh Agreement sanctioned by vasterpolice were barday's meeting of the Austrian ring then Cabinet into Ihe city, these Chancellor Flgl promised ti bring their resolution before th. Cabinet. outside Craz They began "BLUE"SUN COPENHAGEN S.pt 2? The "blue" tun m' nne to Denmark to-dnj Report.hom ^ iiTmis parts sun at e*n i arure ahja. dating last night oi the .-use of the phenonn'iiOi. sjid I m MMBd i-iih.-i ol paito %  iiKH ri forest tires no' ''unada I 3.00D yards al %  ur face. -.KeaU.-i march gllai I tneettnf to protest up by the COM inn.cm and s*ic against n plan to raise prices and ist-led Trade Unions. Ministry wages in \ Transport ofhelals to-day said that Communists claim that wage despite the demount rations rail ways were running normally A Trade Union lleadcjuaiter u II Communists wen trying to mobilise workers Ir other factories to march into I en ti-l Vienna, but so far had failed The Communist Party rlalrned at lianato-day that vesterdav's demoiiind straliniis were a great success and Work* in called on workers to continue 'h. thai wage raaaea will not npensato for rise in price* irksrs were also reported to have staged a two hour protest strike wltz Steel Uia British Zone right They said thM almost the whole sources said that industry of lower Auatrtfl In the 50.000 workers Kussian lone Yuck vet-u id..v ind I on strike that railways leading t ughout An*. I; ,| wvi i rio^j f or aeVVI .; ,, ,,. •" lhc Rl lodallat i' r It: %  • % %  < ffleials said that Ihe den onsua,iona were on a sti purely a Communist affair aided by the Ruasiau The Hallway Works**' Unl#> densStl that H* meinbers took port Poll* n la fyf-ement' were %  tatloni the Chancellor) in Vienna to-dav jfter > %  %  r a w d THESE NEW CARS 'Hug., crowds I" %  " oru goods Uke-l "Il ""' %  aald were buying up The sources said that a-orkers up in price when the new wage country were the machine factor^ price plan comes Into effect on nislly. Octc' The Au'tnan Ministry | I iwrl later officially an throughout thei* running i.orthi October 1 The plan ws drawn K£W PUUY-TROVED PLUS-POWER ENGINE ,.ivcg yau MOM^fWAT THE GETAWAY . MORE 7fl^<>< ON THE HIUS .. The llillman Minx ... a full gen family car Un-iulot n. .omfort ibilay . gives you mil better pcifonnaov*. yd r uaiuua .^ kr* at e*M '. See one of these fine caw in the Foyer of the PLAZA CINEMABridgetown. 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    PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEITT.MnER i*. HI" AOI AIM t'MiB) l\l:.H,l (Members Only; ITAlll BUMPRP.ET BOOART BARBARA STANWYCK ALEXIS SMITH iii "THE TWO MRS. 1 \IIIHMIS A Warner Bro*. Picture Cwmmrtaf Frkdar ssth nWDM.Ml'MAl BYI.VIA iMrssstv "'| ">" mi losi.im. i-isi Pai amount %  faAIETY *The Cardan) ST. JAMF.S UAT Show TQNin I M p m WAHNBM Huuctl' Dwml. MORGAN. Ann I.T-RIDAN JC* CARBON. Almli fflimi in — "THANK VOIR l.l'C'KY STABH" -HI IM> i %  > HA .1 £JO£# galUwf I PLAZA -Oirtin: H ORfBU C A o PHILLIPS, .1 member of the Legislative Council ul Grenada. rataVlaa H< n Tuesday night by the "Lady Nelson" after IBS % % %  re. He H staying at the Hotel Royal. Transferred | fcAVING on 'Juesuay Dl *'t D > the "Lady Nelson' for lirluu. Guiana was Miss ln-tnc* Douge. formerly Pastor of the Ki ..urn HoUaSM Chinch. i" been transferred to Ne ftimlnjiisiii to lajp arara In in** district. Special Preview—Hamlet and Mrs 1 Epsom, rds. son of Mr His morning It p oeioek."ii*r W.-^.fi "wart. JJJJJ Manager 0. ^"e^brlde who was given r-tr. u having a mmrnmg0 by her ,„„,,,. worv special prevkM 1 1 the I ial Academy "Hamlet" those invited ara Mr C. G Reed. Director of l>>Ui>aV Mr E CM. Theobalds, Atfai.i ant Director of Education. Mr Neville Connell, Curator of-the Barbad Ame. Social Welfare Officer an.! • Bdlten of all newspapers First Flight l-ART Tm. SHOWS TODAY 5 and • % %  Vitlli". MAYO It Zarruii) SCOTT •vaan HARTIX IANO I A WAKNBBVB Doiibl,. DNS RMUM sii IIII i * raiDAT. •itmini a IINDAT I •- ia pas. MONOOBAHS EMcltln* Nrw WSBTBRK THKlLLKK; %  AMriOl „,-„ Hl AMgRON J>hnn \I-ck MIPWI G L OHMS TO-DAY 4.45 It X.30 P.M. ONLY "CHALLENGE TO LASSIE' I and I •'BABES O.V KHOIHll II Judy (JARLAND—Mickey ROONF.Y STOCK-TAKING We • %  hall he I...,-,| (or rfock-lakinu TO-PAY and TOMORROW. FRIDAY. th Our office will be npen tn business a* usual. THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED &f > % %  %  > %  PLAZA Theatre* — HHMIMmKTOn.X saw %  I W Malluee Ta-day at 2 p.m. (Cheap rrkes) I Aiilliii lleterlivc Tale Biaasi Tolcr aa Charlie Chan (with hi* son) In SHADOWS OVER CHINATOWN W HAT was a BOVSl %  XpaiiaDCl for Miss Barbara Aaaoon oi Trinidad was a trip by B.WXA to Barbados. It was hi: by piano and incidentally tiie Dm time she had evei latl innioad Miss A&soon arrived baK* pi Monday for three weeks holiday staying at Super SfSTS Guest House. She Is Secretary of T. M. Keishall and Co.. Solicitors of Pottof-Spaln and as her hobbles, she does stage dancing with Mi" Beryl Mcburmc of Port-of-Spam and stage nrling with The COaV psav "f rive." After Three Weeks A FTER spending three week: holiday in Barbados as guest at "Leaton-on-Soa". The Stream, Mr. Neville Lewis and Mr Orlando Da Silva of Georgetown. Iriti.h Guiana, left OB Tuesday evening by li W 1 A for Trlnt.U' where they will remain for about four days before returning home Both employees of Boo AIM MrMr Lewis is in the general store department while Mr II Is HM motor department. For University College T WELVE student*, eleven Bai badian and one SI. Luclun. [will ! %  leuving Scaweil tomorrow 'morning at fl.SO by BW.I.A. for Jamaica where they will enter HiUniversity College of I Indies. Nine of them will be doing ArtIwo Medicine and one Bctl Ml The list comprises K. S I Ashby of "Lyndalc." Welche. Christ Church, Miss M. BrUigeman Of Trinity View. St. Philip. Mr G. M Crick of Weston House. SI James, Mr. E. S King of 11a Village, St. Jami Pilgrim of Paynes Bay, B Miss Daphne Plltfrtm of Baj A, P. Ho| "Sea View", Unttonii Cr Mr Vcrnon Smith il "trtadl Btntbclydt sad roll of St. Lucia who A'lll • %  '" %  I %  MI John H "Marshville, Chi p Bcisaesi at N si John and Mr. *. %  Hail who w"l be uoinc and Mr. G. K. BSSTS daavotar, St. J-mes. Miss Phyllis Csrrington laying ot "Leaton-on--Sea". Tha ihe Secretariat in Georgetown Stream, told Carlb yesterday that and is now winding up nei (our :he had a very enjoyable stay, weeks vacation. She regretted she wtU haW to She said that this is her aw leave on Sunday as fhe is dke to visil to the island and she is enjoy resume her duties at J T Johnm g it so much that she is ven son's the following day. reluctant to leave Miss Prudent who is paying her Miss Orannum is staying pou of the Island Including San. \i ,s S SHEILA HAGLEY ol lord's Castle, St. John's Church, i" Gir-nadn experts to return ilathsheba. and the Crane and will home to-day by B.W.I.A. after ar rrtslnly be taking tmrk pleasant enjoyable_ten days holiday as • I with her to Trinidad Married At St. Matthias JT. MATTHIAS CHURCH W > decorated on Saturday evenif thurtum lilies and Que • nlie's lace for the wedding of guest at "Super Mare" She is em ployed In the Trafnc Deparlmen' .f B.W.IA. Ltd. OK To St. Vincent M RS. DOROTHY DONOVAN wife of Mr. L. C. Donova ,irti:ii ni Ji't.-ichment** Or BareUH teni|K>rary ntirhmenl" An 1 if the hood tucks i ".it. does It count W ,m-n's .ind Maids' Innerwe.i: Utd other questions of a Irnllsr dagree of imbecility the is .i Mlence rramnrd %  Itj Tha Trombone Controverty D EAR Sir, "A lady s*ar*d ai rhe han> Hie plirasistirs all who have a •us.' o/ h.aiilo 'A ladu sealed %  I Ik* Iromhone Mere afBjBB-iise. ft b exMMfioainti ass uid. t Itaew Caanls w^biier of uj H r ar<-n'iam Tou-ii Band. Her %  nfa prrti' so distorted b|y trom"" iii that irlicn she pronounced i ird 'fetfrmTf.** il sounded ilkf "shosherpe" or ttHBtthhQ, and iDhen *!<• blrw on her tea to not il. she sent if splasMnp into seeaatomed at the wat phtfl thai moil i.iiind vfit.' %  if htatraaienfs, Mvn prefer pirls %  i lehOMI llic brass is a musferp .'•resided oivr by "lalcx. To put i Jadp a* thr trombone is (o send a uracious spraf KB calcli a hldrOUJ u'hale. il.ii K, L. Farrsgul Hygienic Sautage-typ* Our food to-day is a little (Mornsnp paper.) Oh. mofher. u'hal's (his fasfe Thai "tak,t inp meat so nice?" .Wp lot'e it is the paste— .. a :,nur food at clean At when It left ''"' "" JTach mouthful of hppiene "/• crammed with Wtamfn." Sniping huthabye. huthabye. filth Cnder the rheiiusl's moon, etc In Pauing A S I leaned over a gate. 1 wondered once more who slartec the idea of sheep "cropping lazily in .i field There is nothing laz. about it. You don't watch a glutton's legs while he Is eating. You watch his face. Th* sheep move slowly at their repast, but they lug at their food Impatiently, their eyes never leaving it. their Jaws working without pause, their noses quivering, their heads never raised. And that is the ara) human beings should eat. to >he confusion and annoyance of the prigs who are afraid to regard a meal as an occasion for hearty enji ymenl. CROSSWORD Midi" (•) ii rh.rS* M ."ins page wntpa tool I(UlllS. Amatorv lies ^ump. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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    Language: English
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    Publication Date: Thursday, September 28, 1950
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    U.S. FLAG FLIES OVER^SEOUL
    FIVE CENT*
    Vrr ."iJ
    U.N. Forces Will
    Not Cross
    38th Parallel
    Without U.N. Direction
    CANBERRA. Kept, tl.
    AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER Robert G
    Menxies told Parliament here today that the
    "Big Three" had agreed that the United Nation.
    force in Korea should not go further than the 38tr
    parallel -the old frontierwithout United Nations
    directions
    He was discussing what was likely to happen when
    the North Korean forces had been rolled back to
    the line they crossed in June.
    Tin- Ptjm Ifuuatet wai aaeak-
    Ing in the \i*>
    sltlon leader Joseph B < hi 'V
    'ho Aus-
    tralian I-abour Party to
    of compulsory mil tar) Iralnln
    due to bom" BOXl
    Menzies said that from present
    -
    Korea would be rolled back sc
    iousa>> no one else intervened.
    'The important question,'1 hi
    said, "is what happen* r,n irui
    United Nations 1 o r c e % an
    approaching the 38th parallel
    It h<. weti agrr*-u c
    Thrtj* thai the United Nat km-
    force should not be committed to
    ro-ecd any further without
    United Nation! direction
    "I do no* assume that when the
    armies reach the 38th parallel
    there would be 'a cease ftre' ". It
    may be in the middle of a battle
    The situation must be taken into
    consideration "
    M-nsles appealed to Chlfley
    and his Australian labour Party
    to reconsider their opposition te
    compulsory military training.
    Wolves Carry
    Off Four More
    Children
    LUCRNOW. Sept. 27
    Wolves terrorising people in
    parts of the United Provinces car-
    ried away four more children
    from two months to three yean
    old in Lueknow oh Monday ac-
    cording to report* received today
    Wolves and hyaenas h*ve so I"t
    ..(ken loll of 23 children n ana
    around Lueknow according to the
    latest estimate
    Troops helped by police and
    hunters yesterday continued their
    operations against the hunger-mad
    :.-.,-" Ktwter
    47 Bodies
    Recovered
    Front Colliery
    CRESSWELL. Derbyshire.
    Sept. 17.
    Rescue teams today abandoned
    all further attempts to recover the
    33 bodies still lying t the bottom
    gf Cresswall colliery where nr"
    yesterday killed 80 men.
    "*V dawn today 47 bodies had
    been brought out by rescue parties
    who with oxygen masks had
    plunged Into fumes and smoke
    nearly 1.000 feet underground.
    Later an official statement said
    examination showed that the fire
    Before making nu apa>
    opposition. Usnstea read to Parlia-
    ment a letter received from
    Chlfley which stated Labour's
    belief that the defence role of the
    Australian Military Forces shouln
    be on the Australian continent
    and the Island* under Its authority
    Danger Outside Australia
    The "world's problems do not
    arise In Australia and tru
    of danger U outside Australia",
    Menzieo said.
    "If there Is any substance In the
    suggestion that the United Nations
    must be given a more active
    i force Instantly, available units
    nominated must be available for
    thought further search for the
    bodies had therefore been aban-
    doned. Reuter
    extensive than had been {service anywhere deemed neccs-
    u" sary. Otherwise our international
    defence policy is a meamngli
    gesture." Meniles added.
    Chifley declared that although
    the Labour Party stood for th<
    principle of the United Nation:
    assistance to South Korea, the
    Party did no! stand for the -ort
    of Government operating th
    before the war began Re
    Korea Affects
    Exchange Prices
    LONDON, Sept. 17.
    World markets today came
    under the influence of the sweep-
    ing successes in Korea. There was
    rn overnight weakness of United
    States prices and a decided waning
    of inflationary sentiment.
    Rubber fell rather sharply on
    far eastern markets. The boom
    in rubber shares on the London
    Stock Exchange turned ragged.
    German bondu were firm on
    reports that the West German
    Government will in the near
    future inform Allied High Com-
    miwloneTs that It acctpts respon-
    sibility for prewar German debts
    GIFFORD IS rVFW U.S.
    AMBASSADOR TO U.K.
    WASHINGTON. Sept. 27.
    Walter Gilford was officially
    named to-day as the new Ameri-
    can Ambassador to Britain.
    Gifford succeeds Lewis Dougla:
    who resigned yesterday for "per-
    sonal reasons Including those of
    health"
    The new Ambassador is the
    former Chairman of the Board of
    the American Telephone and Tele-
    graph Company.Reuter.
    CHARLES TAKES HEAVY
    CROWN FROM JOE LOUIS
    After 12-Year Reign
    YANKEE STADIUM. New York, Sept. 27.
    EZZARD CHARLBS won a unanimous fifteen round
    iVciston over Joe LoUis in the title bout in the Yankee
    Stadium. ____.
    Charles won as he pleased over the slow lumbering
    Louis who was to become the first heavyweight champion
    in history to regain his title
    Referee Mark Conn voted it ten to five. JudRe Frank
    Forbes scored 13 to 2 and Judge Joe Angello voted it 12
    '________________________ Associate*' card had it 12 to 2
    rilri one even. Loul*. the nve to
    t and a half favourite, wcislvd
    US. Not Free
    From Danger
    Of Aggression
    Marshall
    ' : - \'t 2'
    General George ttarahaU, i n
    United Slates Ssxretan to
    whhare
    I 'it would be (Oily*1 for
    I* hoiaeve the United
    nit] "ratiMla mreeer fni-
    ling udden ami
    violent aggression
    Bm Had a meeting of Red Ores*
    workers "Toda\ we live in Ml
    tb of guided missiles, atoms?
    l lung range p'ane* and
    submarines capable of dsslMfllMj
    attacks fai from tiiou iitmif bases
    In the Msrht of recent i i
    it would Ik- frill-, f...r lit,' ,>ouiur
    l that 1 will remain for-
    ever free from m
    Spooking of tin
    toccas thai ited "hi
    conflict" la Ron
    shall said: "Thoy cannot b*
    defeated by military force
    In this struggle the rtn*ngne1
    weapons w II be
    pose, tjntpathj :
    and the will to submerge individual
    ambitions fin Ihi
    th.- world
    Reuter
    'Vote Wisely9
    Says Truman
    WASHINGTON. Sept |.
    President Truman tods- said
    the United Rate. Vfould face "a
    vary critical period" In the next
    few years and cnlled on Ateti n arti
    to"vote wiseU in the Cohgrrs-
    slonal election^ to t>e held in
    November Today, the United
    States occupies position of.
    Leadeishlp among the free
    nations", he said in radio speech
    "We have a great responsibility !
    to use our strength to bring about
    h just and lasting peace During
    the next few years "we will be
    passing through a very critical
    period I
    "The Congress you vote for on
    November 7. will have much to
    do with whether we sre to achieve
    our goal of peace or be plunged
    into another war. In that Congress.
    there should be no room for men
    or women who put partisan
    sbandage above their country'.
    welfare."
    Vanguard Pushes On
    Towards 38th Parallel
    THE tallest
    llem. Surrey. EnglMnl. Can't
    sated I ft B ttirh now
    The only tain** ho can buy not otfldo to
    and booUacm. He as* now aerittedl to lass up
    flsrc witti a hieych tint h.it to ha specially i
    of Ebgleheld
    tan :-.
    "till glOWtllH
    . ..nr Maaa
    yclliig snd |
    las for 111in
    Express
    STILL GROWING
    AT 9 FT. 3'/2 INS.
    Russian* Seize
    British Trawler
    LONDON, Sept. 27. i
    The 884-ton lirmsh Trawler
    Swaoella of Hull has been sewed
    a Russian patrol vessel whilo
    sailing off Murmansk in the
    Arctic Ocean, a Foreign Office
    iKikesmnn said here today.
    No details of the incident are.
    >et available, the spokesman
    dded. Previous incidents in-,
    olving British trawlers have
    risen over questions of territorial
    ....,-, ...Reuter.
    (By HOWARD BiCKKY,
    LONDON.
    Twenty-tux yew old Teri fjansv of EnglalU'ld, Graan
    C.mty Surrey, ta a Wry unlilpjCv rrtan He us* cai
    growing, StaVKUng feel 3| inches In his stocking feet ul
    latest chock, he is the world's tallesi man.
    In January this year he was admitted to St. Peier's hos-
    pital. Chrrt.sey. Surrev. suffrnnH from arthritis. He was
    then 8 feet 9 inches tall, and the rtOtpltaJ uthorlUM bad to
    put three beds tOgathOf 10 ;in- Miunociate him.
    UIVTroopsMay
    Go North Of
    ".nil, Parallel
    H. r\MH\ MATTHIW
    LONDON Bsjpl 27
    r>> Brtuah Oaearrussaat w
    - ii-jcbed _
    i illative division thai the United
    Nations tmops would have to go
    north of the Mth parallel In
    I'hi' Oovaraaaanl was under-
    tixid le be sounding out CaOaWNt-
    wealth Governments and othei
    fnendiv powan on the i
    11 suhmlt to thr
    Commlltaa ?anaral Asaarnbb iw
    Friday
    Ternu of th.- naoViUon aoal
    studied in Ne
    VoTh l Intera It I
    ' hi diphaiiatie ousitei
    . lely to impl>
    to i'ii tl narnllel i
    '< 1 I I I'mtfsl Kmeo bajssd
    on el- rtsom MMrvlaad by Uv
    I Bttont be .nntemplated
    h view
    iti.' ii>i|He.t ratntitinn how
    lared sotnatalna o
    "trial BaUoan" la th.- laee o
    -Hung opixisitlon from India aa
    tM i v it Oovarnmaati r.....
    carcely survive
    1 in iti its* lead t,. tha Aaaamb1
    be i leu ii. ill
    okn Um Roraan prob
    . root >ii.i in.null, lather thin
    - return l the unatabli corn
    u< man! i hit t> btaai
    'i>wii i.i kuiunai
    Bui i Implication about aaoUni
    the partluan aM bata/aan iioftl
    and ganth Korea nlaai twa aariou
    I >'n ' hathai Uia a 11
    the Chin.-M- frontier of the Unlten
    Nations authority which in It-
    Korean pofelo) is dlaputad by Uv
    Communist world. WOuM
    strong n*aclum from Mw* anil
    ivklng. *
    Tllf i.'llr ' iM.vcrii
    ment whHh would vanUially tk
    power in Ihe United Kuroa.
    It Is here particularly that the
    attitude of India I* regard<-l .<
    l>etng so Important Beater
    SPORTS
    WINDOW
    Tsr* vm clUna in . ii
    . i
    ">" " n>*i"'
    : h.r-
    Pl.v Utliiu HI S.0D V in
    Th Iwg malrhsai sit* .imnn i
    n Barracuda* ana rivini ii
    -. lioNIMts
    i( s-niri. Srsss UUi ktassti lh
    Ivaeiin Cup Ii ihpin; Mrrkuii.
    T.1
    his- bIMi nvilrlt l-4-.t*!, p-|i-.(
    riaii tna suwu i.iuii !.< be
    **.< .nun..
    >+yk&m
    "Experience, mum. Lor
    bleat err. / teas a pfafe-
    fflyer on the Southern tot
    15 years "
    INDIA
    NEW
    URGES
    TALKS
    FLUSHING MEADOWS,
    Sept. 27
    The Indian Delegate Sir Benegsl
    !;: i. speaking in a general debate
    In the United Nations Assembly
    to-day proposed a new conference
    of Foreign Ministers of the Big
    Tout powers.
    Sir Benegal said that American.
    Russian. British and French
    Foreign Ministers ought to meet
    with or without others "to disrupt
    and rediscuss" at leasl the moil
    outstanding matter* of disagree-
    ment.
    "Perhaps such discussions have
    not been very fruitful in the past.
    They mty fall again Bjt the
    attempt Is worth making", he de-
    clared.
    Proposing that MiriWters should
    meet In New York Sir Benegal
    aid that at the root of all the
    conflicts Inside and outside
    United Nations was tha "pervad-
    ing fear of aarasaion"
    eight a
    118. Charles 184>- Charli
    National Boxing AasocurUoa UUa-
    holder. won recognition from New
    York as champion He u now
    rated as Ihe world's champion
    everywhere but in Britain
    At the close of fifteen savage
    rounds Louis was so badly beaten
    that it appeared doubtful he could
    have answered more than another
    bell or two The unanimous
    decision of two Judges and the
    referee Conn was only a formality
    after the two
    Eszard Charles, and Louis trying to
    regain at 36 the crown he wore fbr
    near I v 12 vcar* before he retired
    In March IS*', was completely
    unable to cope with the JashsT
    from Clncmatti.
    Towards the end Charles wh<
    conceded 32H pounds to the old
    Bomber was trying for a knockout
    and i.oui* at times looked
    though he might not freaAff the
    storm though he never tried to
    fight back.
    A faint breeae blew across the
    huge baseball Stadium but it was
    mild enough to be able to sit
    Oa page
    Israel Opposes
    Germany
    FLUSHING MEAjio..
    apt. 27.
    Israel today expressed itronf
    oppouiuoii to readmitting Ger-
    many wllh "unchanged bear!
    into Ihe family of naUons.
    Mosse Sharcit, Israel's Foreign
    i -king in the U.N
    General Assembly PoUe* Debate
    Urelare-I that Ihe people of all
    country viewed with "consterna-
    tion and distress the progressive
    re->lini.sslon of Germar.
    family of nations with her revolt-
    ing record intact, her guilt and
    lOlcllaalUIod" .
    ReuU-r.
    I hi.ve Brown mx in, Ii. in,.
    January,' aHd lag b aai i .
    till k'lowmg. | tun feel ii Wlfi.
    i- it all going to I
    it Is all very fine having Uh
    lire 11 Ir- of lM>lng the |g
    ii the world, bill Tad is rinding
    I If none too easv
    . he can buy in,'
    o ade to measure are collar stud-
    utid shoe luces. Specialty talloi.-t
    BUtta. made wilh dlMlculty and at
    ! it gpanga. are loo small within
    h faw months
    Tra\cllirui Dinirull
    . also dllnVull foi
    Til re i- no eo nlort for him
    .ii bus, ..ii 1 hi* heiiil rstchas Ihe
    (.jireela niek when he sits in u
    mini HoUss hnv.- no I I
    t, on the
    In l47 Ted only stooi
    at." do- ton than mid
    w. ifrali o i will keep
    growing until you sre eight feet."
    'i nai
    jokes
    il' Ik
    nbmil his laid
    mo
    . iiuse he Hods it ilifllrult tu get
    nil hit* nouah t<> dmit hlio.
    i..| to take up eyellng
    Here again he rnn into it snag
    lh could not find m bscyeu to n
    i mi Than ! Brtlaai llntl hearing
    r :u pliKbt mult him a special
    '.tengthenrd blcytle
    Ted. however, has found th*
    pnaolatwa abaul being
    I ..ni Me can and doea whitewash
    out uattuj
    , laiiaei
    I N S
    FmiohTroopsClash
    With Guerillari
    SAIGON. Sept 27
    French troops attempting to Im-
    prove their defence* and BaOVB b]
    i higher grouu ii..... .lashes with
    i guerillas around frontiei pottl
    ! naai th China lorder The French
    I army announced that guerill
    .tinuHi Alth mucliineguns and
    rifles ambushed a French lorry
    convoy on southern Indo CtUnaa
    main supply mute (rom Saigon to
    the Camboalan rapllal Pnompenh
    A few civilian trucks were
    burnt but no casualties reported.
    An army spokesman also re-
    ported that guerillas clashed yes-
    terday with French forces near
    Gilam f.nd about 10 of them were
    istttured.
    In BeJfOB'a Chinatown Viet-
    rnliih polk> yesterday tJMCked
    I ">*! |.....|.lt- .mil ilYUined 170 foi
    piestionmg Renter.
    Cuiiadian TroopK
    M;tv Go To
    W. Europt;
    'ITTAWA. S.
    The advance of Amci>< i
    iii Korea has mlsed the po^slblllty
    that Canada's special army force
    ""y KD lo Wiilerti BUrO)
    ol Korea.
    (Iflicial yu-ite.K Mid today that
    tl is possibility was probably dis-
    (ussed in New York -ruunfc
    Foreign Ministers of the North
    Atlantic Treaty Nations, and that
    l might come up lit next moritb''
    g r>l llien l>e|ene
    R'-aler
    (BY ROY MACARTNEY)
    SEOUL, 3ept. 27.
    'J'HE NORTH KOREAN Communiat red flag was
    hauled down and the Stars and Stripes was
    hoisted this afternoon over the capitol building, seat
    of the Korean Government in the heart of the city
    Though the capture of this ancient capital was
    announced by General MacArthur over 24 hours
    ago, groups of Communist "die hards" have sine
    put up some of the bitterest street fighting of the
    war.
    The Communists evacuated about 250 Ameri
    can prisoners from a camp in the Eastern outskirts
    of Seoul a few hours before the Seventh Army
    Division captured that area after crossing the Han
    River.
    i lodii*
    II the Allied Fmhasaie--
    i

    damaged to>
    -mined
    .hells
    MUM. Ihhr'll
    6BrittthMaFaSasVed
    By Tlir'' Minutes
    Lord Listowet Among Them
    I I I iitr.l S.lloil* lllir ran
    - mil mil through
    i .i Bag l.i Hie BBBl. then
    .it> - i KM -tdl in rom
    Ifcea In a mirlh-
    'Mi ni sit is sinks r.
    4->t r iie 3?tti BBlaaW.
    ni figures
    I

    the coast
    ,
    I tltln ii I 'i. iln

    irrow <.iiie rtreeti

    vi thin few
    r the Amcn.aii
    I n Cora-
    niunlsl iMiids
    Plabtei called In
    lit An
    men! in ph ad Mui
    lilot'k Id
    old SouMi I i.il i Ijnneii
    "itm CommuiilsU killed in ambush
    A Noi th
    SINCAI'dHI Bt
    iiimitrs need Mg BiiUah
    Meiober- ol Piirllrfinent from
    guerlllii arnbustl in Malaya
    Among tha m P" waa Lot
    tat< i..i
    aCelnta." "ee-nsj r
    Thrr pnr/t .. pot I
    i bara three ntnutea Uha l i
    poUog ranatahla p/m hoi da
    After vibiting two estativ- -
    morning, Ihe Uembi
    Parllamenl can i


    ng to the Malsy.i Trlbeac log
    ii lhay had noi dene thej
    WOUM moil lliull have passeil | sealed but lhat It.
    poinl aftat fuerlllai
    lo thai .
    thur said or
    10 the
    Kmr.i pitckrt early
    ii peisonally Mgned
    nbuah
    had taken up then
    postUoni.
    'Hruli, |
    POLICE BREAK UP
    CROWD
    I whole front on lln
    . !
    I between UV Aimi
    .-., UUM --itei -
    DUS9Ei,rx)itr .sept II ifc. .Dam runnlok southeast-
    '',"'"";" :""11 '......iht ehuig. or.hwta......|.....ruNnad na
    i S^?.w U1> ",l1 > '' ":
    no dahed the ban on di monstra-l
    lions to protest against it-.- In
    nlng of the West Oarm
    tommunist Party Headquarti i
    ?eslerdaj Healer f> Or Taar -1.
    The
    road blocks. Some-
    lttnng like 30,000 O

    1,000 Austrian Strikers March To Chamber
    Of Labour In Protest Against Cost Of Living

    VIENNA. Sept. 27. Police reinforce
    Strikers staged demonstrations tinned around th
    all over Austria to-day following cellory In Vienna.
    . sterday's cost of living riots in Crowds of peopl
    Vienna. goods likely to
    Vienna itself was quieter to- go up In price
    day except for an attempt by when the new
    workers in one district of the wage and price
    Russian sector to disrupt tram plan takes effect
    service* on October I
    At Unf, 1.000 workers mnrrhed There was wide-
    to the Chamber of I-abour nnd spread black
    demanded that the Government marketing in
    abandon its new Wage and Price commodities such
    Agreement. as flour ami su-
    gar. Clothes and
    Countrywide protests began textiles '
    afaar tha Oovernment yesterday twenty Hw par
    approved new scales of wage in- cent.
    creases which Communists and
    their supporters claim are -not Communist
    enough to (over rising costs of sources r
    food, fuel, clothini; and other to-day lhat Aus-
    goods. trlan factory
    The Austrian Federal Chana '> sre
    lor Dr. Leopold Plgi received to- marching on the
    day delegation of workers who British Zona town
    submitted i. resolution of protest of '.rax.
    against the new Wage and Price One lh
    Agreement sanctioned by vaster- police were bar-
    day's meeting of the Austrian ring then
    Cabinet into Ihe city, these
    Chancellor Flgl promised ti
    bring their resolution before th.
    Cabinet. outside Craz They began
    "BLUE"SUN
    COPENHAGEN S.pt 2?
    The "blue" tun m'
    nne to
    Denmark to-dnj .
    Report.- hom ^ iiTmis parts
    sun at e*n
    , i arure
    ahja.
    dating
    last night oi the .-use of
    the phenonn'iiOi. sjid I
    m MMBd i-iih.-i
    ol paito iiKH
    ri forest
    tires no' ''unada
    I 3.00D
    yards al "ur-
    face. -.KeaU.-i
    march gllai I tneettnf to protest up by the Com inn.cm and s*ic
    against n plan to raise prices and ist-led Trade Unions. Ministry
    wages in \ Transport ofhelals to-day said that
    Communists claim that wage despite the demount rations rail
    ways were running normally
    A Trade Union lleadcjuaiter
    u ii Communists wen
    trying to mobilise workers Ir
    other factories to march into I en
    ti-l Vienna, but so far had failed
    The Communist Party rlalrned
    at liana- to-day that vesterdav's demoii-
    ind straliniis were a great success and
    Work* in called on workers to continue 'h.
    thai wage
    raaaea will not
    npensato for
    rise in price*
    irksrs were
    also reported to
    have staged a
    two hour protest
    strike
    wltz
    Steel
    Uia British Zone right
    They said thM almost the whole
    sources said that industry of lower Auatrtfl In the
    50.000 workers Kussian lone Yuck vet-u id..v ind
    I on strike that railways leading t
    ughout An*. I;,| wvi.i, rio^j for aeVVI .; ,, ,,.
    " lhc Rl- lodallat i' r It:
    < ffleials said that Ihe den onsua-
    ,iona were on a sti
    purely a Communist affair aided
    by the Ruasiau The Hallway
    Works**' Unl#> densStl that H*
    meinbers took port
    Poll* n la
    fyf-ement' were
    tatloni
    the Chancellor)
    in Vienna to-dav
    jfter >

    r a w d
    THESE NEW CARS

    'Hug., crowds I" '" oru
    goods Uke-l "Il ""'
    aald were buying up
    The sources said that a-orkers up in price when the new wage country were
    the machine factor^ price plan comes Into effect on nislly.
    Octc'
    The Au'tnan Ministry | I
    iwrl later officially an
    throughout the-
    i* running i.or-
    thi
    October 1 The plan ws drawn
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    Thursday October 8th.
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    HORfBU C A o PHILLIPS,
    .1 member of the Legislative
    Council ul Grenada. rataVlaa
    H<...... n Tuesday night by the
    "Lady Nelson" after IBS
    re. He H staying at
    the Hotel Royal.
    Transferred
    | fcAVING on 'Juesuay Dl*'t D>
    the "Lady Nelson' for lirluu.
    Guiana was Miss ln-tnc* Douge.
    formerly Pastor of the Ki
    ..urn HoUaSM Chinch.
    i" been transferred to Ne
    ftimlnjiisiii to lajp
    arara In in** district.
    Special PreviewHamlet
    and Mrs
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    r-tr. u having a mmrnmg0 by her ,,,,. worv
    special prevkM 11 the I
    ial Academy ,
    "Hamlet"
    those invited ara Mr
    C. G Reed. Director of l>>Ui>aV
    Mr E CM. Theobalds, Atfai.i
    ant Director of Education. Mr
    Neville Connell, Curator of-the
    Barbad
    Ame. Social Welfare Officer an.!
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    PLAZA Theatre*
    HHMIMmKTOn.X saw
    I W Malluee Ta-day at 2 p.m. (Cheap rrkes)
    - I Aiilliii lleterlivc Tale !
    Biaasi Tolcr aa Charlie Chan (with hi* son) In
    SHADOWS OVER CHINATOWN
    WHAT was a BOVSl XpaiiaDCl
    for Miss Barbara Aaaoon oi
    Trinidad was a trip by B.WXA
    to Barbados. It was hi:
    by piano and incidentally tiie Dm
    time she had evei latl innioad
    Miss A&soon arrived baK* pi
    Monday for three weeks holiday
    staying at Super SfSTS
    Guest House.
    She Is Secretary of T. M. Kei-
    shall and Co.. Solicitors of Pott-
    of-Spaln and as her hobbles, she
    does stage dancing with Mi"
    Beryl Mcburmc of Port-of-Spam
    and stage nrling with The COaV
    psav "f rive."
    After Three Weeks
    AFTER spending three week:
    holiday in Barbados as guest
    at "Leaton-on-Soa". The Stream,
    Mr. Neville Lewis and Mr
    Orlando Da Silva of Georgetown.
    Iriti.h Guiana, left OB Tuesday
    evening by li W 1 A for Trlnt.U'
    where they will remain for about
    four days before returning home
    Both employees of Boo aim Mr-
    Mr Lewis is in the general store
    department while Mr
    II Is HM motor department.
    For University College
    TWELVE student*, eleven Bai -
    badian and one SI. Luclun.
    [will ! leuving Scaweil tomorrow
    'morning at fl.SO by BW.I.A. for
    Jamaica where they will enter Hi-
    University College of I
    Indies.
    Nine of them will be doing Art-
    Iwo Medicine and one Bctl Ml
    The list comprises K. S I
    Ashby of "Lyndalc." Welche.
    Christ Church, Miss M. BrUigeman
    Of Trinity View. St. Philip. Mr
    G. M Crick of Weston House. SI
    James, Mr. E. S King of 11a
    Village, St. Jami
    Pilgrim of Paynes Bay, B
    Miss Daphne Plltfrtm of Baj
    A, P. Ho|
    "Sea View", Unttonii Cr
    Mr Vcrnon Smith il "trtadl
    Btntbclydt sad
    roll of St. Lucia who A'lll '"-
    I mi John H
    "Marshville, Chi p
    Bcisaesi at N
    si John and Mr. *-
    .
    Hail who w"l be uoinc
    and Mr. G. K. BSSTS
    daavotar, St. J-mes.
    Miss Phyllis Csrrington Waverly", Spooners Hill
    bs I'ntering tnc University (oc the
    llml time to do Arts, IvCt Usl
    Vrats by Li w*J A She was an
    AjouHant Hlstraai of ttw AJsksb-
    dra School.
    Back to B.G.
    APTBR spending a boll
    Barbados as guests at mt 8
    LawranCS Hotel, Mr. and sin '
    Howard and their two liuightei
    ot Georgetown, British CJulatw
    returned home on Tuesday DlStn
    by the "Lady Nelson."
    Mr. Howard hi In easi
    tieorgetown branch of
    VatiDOf and Partner:.. Archilcct.
    of London and naf
    dress of whitr BUfSWI MSUn Her
    -.ii<- VSfl Mas kept in pi
    headdress of lilies of the vail.-.
    and she carried a bouquet of pink
    gladuolas.
    She was attended by her sister
    Mrs. Bruce Lashley as matron ot
    L.m""'<"'iu.7n honour and she wore a dress of
    a bouquet of multicoloured ger-
    u-ras and pink radiant roses.
    The rerenvaiy which was fully
    chora1 with Mr. Q. C Williams
    at the organ, was conducted by
    Rev. M C. Gnfhths. The duties
    ,.f best n.an were performed by
    Mr. Aubrey Lashley and those of
    ushers by Mr. Bruce Lashley and
    Mr Arthur Crichlow
    A reception was later held at
    SUf Party
    A STAG PARTY was gWei
    in honour f Mr. Normal
    Kobmson at the Barbados Aquati
    Club on Tuesday night last. Mr
    Hobinwin who is a Member of th
    Itarcluy'i Bank Staff has beei
    transferred to the Grena,i
    Wanted To See Barbadoi
    jytfISS IOLA PRUDENT
    Branch Many of his friends --v/lncheist*", Chelsea Road, tin
    fathered together to wish him residence of Mr and Mrs C. It
    bon Voyage'. Hunte
    Reluctant To Leave
    SAW MISS EDITH GRANNUM
    of British Guiana yesterday
    two and a half weeks ago and Is She Is a civil servant attached u>
    laying ot "Leaton-on--Sea". Tha ihe Secretariat in Georgetown
    Stream, told Carlb yesterday that and is now winding up nei (our
    :he had a very enjoyable stay, weeks vacation.
    She regretted she wtU haW to She said that this is her aw
    leave on Sunday as fhe is dke to visil to the island and she is enjoy -
    resume her duties at J T John- mg it so much that she is ven
    son's the following day. reluctant to leave
    Miss Prudent who is paying her Miss Orannum is staying first visit to the island, said that Leaton-on-Sea", The Stream
    he always wanted to come here i..____a
    visited many of the beautv enjoyed nolid>
    pou of the Island Including San. \i,sS SHEILA HAGLEY ol
    lord's Castle, St. John's Church, i" Gir-nadn experts to return
    ilathsheba. and the Crane and will home to-day by B.W.I.A. after ar
    rrtslnly be taking tmrk pleasant enjoyable_ten days holiday as
    I with her to Trinidad
    Married At St. Matthias
    JT. MATTHIAS CHURCH W
    > decorated on Saturday evenif
    thurtum lilies and Que
    nlie's lace for the wedding of
    guest at "Super Mare" She is em
    ployed In the Trafnc Deparlmen'
    .f B.W.IA. Ltd.
    OK To St. Vincent
    MRS. DOROTHY DONOVAN
    wife of Mr. L. C. Donova
    iiightcr of T.fr and Mr E. C.. Yesterday morning by B. G. Air-
    of S< S*ephea*l Road, ways for St. Vincent where sh'
    ckaatfatr. Kenneth W.rd will spend three weeks holiday
    BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
    IS IT legal, my pretty ones, t-
    use "utility" cloth to mak- a
    voman's overcoat with a dcta-h-
    .Ute hood? To meet just such .i
    . | tha Hoard of Trade devi-.-l
    he Utility Apparel (Women's and
    Maids* Outrrwear Maiiufactu.'-
    i ply) Order.
    lint what if the hood Is non-
    n petni-sialaeaable?
    rftaenabl< ;*t\n i>,irti:ii ni
    Ji't.-ichment** Or Bare-
    UH teni|K>rary nt-
    irhmenl" An 1 if the hood tucks
    i ".it. does It count
    W ,m-n's .ind Maids' Innerwe.i:
    Utd other questions of a
    Irnllsr dagree of imbecility the
    is .i Mlence rramnrd
    Itj
    Tha Trombone Controverty
    DEAR Sir,
    "A lady s*ar*d ai rhe han> '
    Hie plirasi- stirs all who have a
    us.' o/ h.aiilo 'A ladu sealed
    I Ik* Iromhone Mere afBjBB-
    -iise. ft b exMMfioainti ass
    uid. t Itaew Caanls w^biier of
    uj Hrar<-n'iam Tou-ii Band. Her
    nfa prrti' so distorted b|y trom-
    "" iii that irlicn she pronounced
    i ird 'fetfrmTf.** il sounded
    ilkf "shosherpe" or ttHBtthhQ,
    and iDhen *!< blrw on her tea to
    not il. she sent if splasMnp into
    seeaatomed at the wat
    phtfl thai moil i.iiindvfit.'
    if htatraaienfs, Mvn prefer pirls
    i lehOMI llic brass is a musferp
    .'resided oivr by "lalcx. To put
    i Jadp a* thr trombone is (o send
    a uracious spraf Kb calcli a hldr-
    ouj u'hale.
    .........il.ii K, L. Farrsgul
    Hygienic Sautage-typ*
    Our food to-day is a little
    (Mornsnp paper.)
    Oh. mofher. u'hal's (his fasfe
    Thai "tak,t inp meat so nice?"
    .Wp lot'e it is the paste
    . ..
    a :,nur food at clean
    At when It left ''"' ""
    JTach mouthful of hppiene
    "/ crammed with Wtamfn."
    Sniping huthabye. huthabye. filth
    Cnder the rheiiusl's moon, etc
    In Pauing
    AS I leaned over a gate. 1 won-
    dered once more who slartec
    the idea of sheep "cropping lazily
    in .i field There is nothing laz.
    about it. You don't watch a glut-
    ton's legs while he Is eating. You
    watch his face. Th* sheep move
    slowly at their repast, but they
    lug at their food Impatiently,
    their eyes never leaving it. their
    Jaws working without pause, their
    noses quivering, their heads never
    raised. And that is the ara)
    human beings should eat. to >he
    confusion and annoyance of the
    prigs who are afraid to regard a
    meal as an occasion for hearty en-
    ji ymenl.
    CROSSWORD
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    Actors take Otis prosnaciv. M
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    Tlll'RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1*50
    BARBADOS ADVOCVTi
    PAGE THREE
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    Haindan. from Liverpool
    In Touch With Barbados
    Coastal Station
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    With lha lolHminc ah.i tti.o.ian thast
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    ^-- To* Du *ueeae. II CrUtallln...
    SB Celllo, 9 B Add!pi. M a
    Otaijaiud. S 8 Sun Walt. 8 8. Qobao.
    8 8 Harva. 8 8 Tl.ta. SS Benin
    8.8 Canbaur. s s Trocluecua, 8 8
    TBalidorniia. II Oakland. SB Nleo-
    laou Maria. 8 S Agamemnon. 8 I
    Tag Dragon. a, S Wyoming. 8 S
    itaviero. S B PunU Viral. 8 8
    Andrea.. S Irglnla. 89 Piraldcnlc
    Dutra. SB Jamaica Produce.
    Seawell
    ARRIVALS BY B W I > I
    From ST I.UcTA
    M-nr LHiBooaaa, Camilla Devnu"
    Out M.thurtn- Medwig Htiii Oeraiu
    Wood Plorance Moby
    DEPARTVREa BY 8 A l A L
    For TRINITlAD,
    Janet Maaaun. Laotla Johnaon *U-
    lalr.e rwmw Arthur ln.i Mvta Hu.-
    enlnaon Margaret Cairlfigtoo B>-dne
    Carnngton: Orlando DeafUva Wiffa-
    l~har-1lei Umbrn CQltini LaWiartr*
    Fielding: Ailhur Evel>n Robert Cald-
    wall j ,nr Rot la Sal by Farmer Avrll
    Farmer Juhn Farmer Sandra Farmer
    Caelene Rota John Row Sydney Hoar
    IBS belli- Stout*, Mimic* Sloule Vk-
    tarta rca-da: Uaaaln All.
    For ANTIGUA
    Kathleen Turner: Anna K'g Hugn
    King: Auroan King
    J*. SAN JUAN:
    H..i Burton |, Millar l'-Ui
    bal winter In- Cbgatr: Bar-
    ban. Bancroft ArrhtlhOd Murra>
    Kiewdlrt
    President Mamea
    Successors

    iOTA. b.
    11 poluml
    to pcrsUtcni
    IbM tuuli'. it> a radio t*i*
    announced ituil he hbu i**ur4 a
    bajcoa i
    v-tt.-l
    Hi- ii.inieil II t.
    Miiii-.i... Mi'tutcr tor
    rwilaai Ati.ii i and Miuistar for
    I'ubhr Works.
    Ha .-x plained lhal he hd taken
    after the Council of
    with
    anal tu-iicr drawn up b>
    Eduardg Mintoa
    KeHUe
    Nowadays you
    rtted the strength off
    BOVRIL
    _____idle*
    Neville Wattlay.
    UBUHCETUWh
    tillomana D'Andud. FK-erj L>'An-
    .]. htaj ... auj | \'..:,.,,- B^aaanai
    lllam Buttorv Halliwall Mediord
    m.i CatkadnfU >iielane CtiLii.inon-
    I I'i'nu., Fan. Vivian K-uiman
    ivia Edghlll Oawarra. BoghlirCUrlr.
    Sor: Alva 'j<
    B.B.C. Radio
    Programme
    THURSDAY. September IHW
    1 M in Tlie Hew* t U
    Aml 11 .. HI Cmnpcaer l
    Week. T 30 a in Tbfc I1-n. lr PIB90-
    uia: Itl am fleru-.Ml. Stieokni:
    Mam Fion. lha UltorMb;
    a m Programme Paid>
    Montmartre .''l-vcr'. 3D a m bhi-iki
    Bead .* .. n Film H>
    n C-a U.r 1100 moon. Th*
    Haws; II 10 |> m NOW*. A,..
    p m Programme Parade; II IS p m
    LtManer. Choice 1 IS p.m Hadm
    Nrnwl. 1 30 p m Much Binding in
    the Marah. ;n pm T>c New*. 3 1<
    l. h"a- troni Britain: 1 II
    p m Sporti MaView. IS p m HIIK
    up the Curtain S 30 p m Tm
    (jucaiioivi. 4 00 p.m The Nawi. 4 H
    Lm The Dally Service; 100 pin
    tenerl Choice, .'i 16 p in Program.
    Par-da: a0 p in Comuoaer of tha
    Tntaelude. I*p-
    The- Mr...
    N>
    Peace Must Be Built
    On Justice
    -SPBUMAN
    LONDON, Sept. 27
    Cardinal Spellnwn Archbisliup
    of New Yoik to-day attacked war
    and CommuniBm before a crowded
    congregation here. The Cardinal
    was preaching at a mass in West-
    minster Cathedral In connection
    with the Hierarchy Centenary
    which Roman Catholics here are
    now celebrating.
    Cardinul Spcllman said : "A
    lasting peace must be built by a
    stronii loyal United Nat'ons with
    justice for small nations and little
    peoples of the world, grounded on
    faith hi (pell nnd respect for one's
    fallowmen." "Any other peace
    but this is a pagan peace. Yet we
    have accepted a counterfeit Com-
    munist peaceand waited and
    watched while tho evils growing
    from its rotted roots have spread
    over the major portion or the
    world".P-eaier.
    el. B 11 p in Ui lied Nntu. He|v>tt
    N n m Interlude: 111 pin ro*.
    ihe Edltniial-. 10 00 pm The Na
    10 10 p an. Intmudr: 10 44 p in. Bpaeia
    Dinpaiih: 11.00 p m. Thai Piano loi
    Pleaeure
    INDIA DECLINES
    COMMENT ON REPORT
    NF.W DELHI. Sen: 27
    The Indian Forvign HJnlsIr;
    today declined to comment on th
    "port that Prime Minister Nehru
    had sen- friendly warniiiK til
    the Chinese Communists not to
    British Jets for
    Brazil Air Line
    Illn DE JANEIKO Sopt 27
    ii Panali ol Bi
    Paulo Bajnpata who ractmtly rc-
    tiiui.l fraaa i;iit.ini
    I'll- pi
    . I. I

    pi.ipt iiiii eoiiimireitl alrcran !
    be used In the company's Interna-
    tional linai bo Bm
    bon. Pans. lAinrion. Rome and
    Istanbul
    BantpaJQ IIHHJIalll that Pan.tir
    had not vet decided whether tlic
    cj ,iLd be Ihi
    Do B Uand Cotnot 01 Vlditn
    Viscount.
    Sampalu elated IHvt BrulUan
    airport* have nnt yet cornpltTUra
    ground facilities for the operation
    Of Jet plane* hut l'i.nair wai
    dlrr.idy taking ltpl tl Drop I
    : I' ln*4N00BO itaStaaUrtaOtal
    He stressed th;t Ir.i7il wbi Ihi
    iiulv L:iliii-Amfrlcan ceuim.v .:(
    I Ing the use of jet
    propelled i m r< lau aircraft,
    i: .ii. i
    The Weather
    TODAY:
    .san His-, 5 41 am.
    San Sets: 5 S3 p m
    Moon (Last Quarter) Octo-
    ber 4
    LifhUiig: i. p in
    llllh Water: 4 37 am,
    4Jt p m
    VFSTKRDAY:
    ToUl for Month to Yealer-
    day: 1 84 In*
    'Irmperalure (Max) K 5" I'
    Temper-kirr iMin j 71.5* F
    Wind ii"" turn '.i am.)
    ini ; p mi i i SE.
    Wind Velocity 5 miles per
    hour
    Barometer < am) 29.942
    (3 p.m ) i >.:
    Poles Cancel \\ OOd
    Exports To Britain
    LONDON. Sept ^7
    Poland has cancelled her 00*1-
    tract for supplying wood tu
    Britain. This follows Britain'*
    decision to halt exports of certain
    types of machine tools to Eastern
    European countries.
    The firitish Newsprint Company
    Bowaters has been notified that
    Poland ts suspending the validity
    ol thr timber lontracl.
    An umeial of Bowau i
    that news of lha
    through the Polish organisation
    with whom they made the con-
    tract.
    "We can only think It p> -i term
    of reprisal" ha Added.Reuter.
    U.S. Flag I-lie*
    Over Seoul
    0 I I urn page I
    i .
    in the ex-
    M) ni Hie N.n.i

    Aim i i. .ii. ,i
    piittieil In WlUIIII

    Nmth and i
    ,.i baaa
    . rid ol Uw
    fluid U.N. rront, Soutn Korean
    troops had pushed to within 611
    buIbs .'I illol.
    Tho northernmost poioJ
    American advan. c |i tin- WM
    wtM a point on Iho road to Chun-
    awn *' here i.
    aacape route; i. the north bottu-


    vancea up to IS miles east of
    Seoul iii .i Iml tq i .if the escape

    1
    Isolated Communist formations


    mn troop > ssure on
    iti.'h retieating conn i
    KeuU-r.
    use armed forces In Korei
    Formosa
    The report, put out by the
    Diplomatic Correspondent of the
    Haahington Post said that Nehru
    had received a "reassuring reply".
    Reuter.
    SOMETHING NSW
    WELLINGTON. NX
    T L (layman, a New Zealand
    M.P. recently asked the govern-
    ment to u.vtalitj'a' i: pi'.p-i
    tie* ni ,!i ire fruit of
    | Borneo, that "makes hair grow
    jhfnlfrg patoo aad rnakaf old inen
    *kip like goaUs Oppoaltioo mem-
    bers Immediately i rfitd that
    shipload be importedfor the
    cabinet Can. Praaa.
    Italy Builds
    Defence Corps
    ROME. Sept, 2tf.
    TllC Italian Cahlliet lOdB) rtO-
    .dt.i in i nMta -i i u '
    [fcfeiice OOffpi U)
    "In case of calamity or
    It was unnerstooil thai 11 m lild
    be devoted solely to passive de-
    fence i". Imllar to
    those of Bj hi raid
    piecautlons.
    In the ..... Um corpo
    would i>e coHod pn i" '
    cciiain rauUno duUoi ol too i olloe
    Spokesmen of Italy'! loftwlni
    p.irties ha\-e eharfted that tho
    aorrj i .,1.1 baoonw thi
    irray <.f tho powerful i
    ! it party, tho |
    party in ll -
    Home 4 lo Soalba
    who orli:ir .. -A thi
    mip; told repoi' i-
    hour i al'int't-meeliiig that today''
    decision completed lha
    ltj.lv < pi.ml an.tin 0
    Ci\ i! It. N
    The first phase waa the de-
    cision last week to -pend 15.000,
    000.000 lire in thi W K1 IturOO
    .i btinglni IMi
    strength up in
    limit of 12 rifValiotl Reuter
    'pUEIR goo*l looks tell you they're juti WgAl.
    You know, too, when you look it 1 i' prii t
    tag, that you can't set tiner value. Il-
    ls a Two-lone Brogue Tied1 to every pair !*
    the John U'hite Guarantee Shieltl
    which means 'just right'! Look fur it in
    leading stores in Barbadi.
    made by
    "(here ^
    no Sato
    mot8
    mi!k fa"
    KLIIU
    JOHN WHITE
    means made just right
    MAIL NOTICE
    ilalU tor at Luciar 81 Jurir H H .
    ,- s c-iudlan
    ..1 al lha Oanarat
    under.
    m. jai
    BHh Set" IONI
    General Fraileo
    Arrives In Oporto
    OPOKTO. Sept. 27 \
    Franco and Dr. Salazai
    Vlgo by
    ihi -il *v.i- a fcUipil I

    i ia>li
    -. vi oast
    rranco aad Baln/..i n ' u..
    ii,.n. Valoncia on UM
    rontioi to >>i'iis' lolaawod kf I
    Miile including Spanish Foreign
    Minister Martin Artap T.ie Span-
    k*k- Ambassador in 'intug.il I
    Nicolas Franco and i rtugal'"
    m Spun CatoaMro
    A plaliKin of tialTic police.
    ii otorcycllsti and .-aval:
    run escorted thi patty from the'
    I I'm Uign. oporto
    * Remember BOVRH
    mokes csieJiVni
    tonaft-unei. and
    mprovM off efri***.
    QaiekRelief
    kcm SNiinv. sra/'i *
    H&idfoUs!
    Wncntournoscu Btopped-up !>
    a heal-cold or itarrh, act i,s
    li drops upeadn no nil dears aay
    stuffiness. ca> % um*mm
    breathing, shun f KRf
    solWn mcmbcarH t.
    sooth's i'rltatic i.
    Try II!
    VATR0N0L
    Boys and Girls Grow
    ^ with y
    QUAKER
    OATS
    Before you buy a fountain pen,
    try tho rvnw Waterman's
    me pen with a 14 k. hand-ground
    gold point specially designed
    to suit your individual
    writing style. All Waterman's
    pens are superbly styled
    in a.variety of beautiful colors
    for men and women.
    Moderately priced, too.
    Waterman s
    With an abundance of vital
    iiHi.l essentials, Quaker Oils
    provides tbc nourishment
    needed to help VOUjQgfftaCa
    row tall and husky, sound in
    hone and mustle, alive with
    energy. That's why more and
    more, you'll find tavty Quaker
    Oats at family breakfasts
    every morning!
    And of great importance,
    Quaker Oats provides these
    high nutrition values at low
    cost. Quaker Oats is Nature's
    Wonder Food no other
    whole graio tcreaj ullrs big*
    gcr food bcovutsl
    IDIAL NOURISHMENT FOR ALL THI PAMILVI
    Quaker Oats it a nourishing, delicious
    UKLAK.FAST FOOD for the whole farad).
    It is rich in tiial food essentials naaded fur
    .( mina,strength ., ,l radiant health. Quaker
    data supplies riMnti.il minerals, proteins,
    taihohydraics, and esMoiial Viumio 111 aud
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    Hup Quaker Oats now and sian jour family
    ofT every day wub a bealihful Quafcet OoCI
    breakfast!
    MvKC health ICAUtl OUAKIH oais suprmt
    MOKE minuuus........... Iw tliMa bMit mi iiti
    M0IU motiins........... h, M $*k mi mmu,,t
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    MOM VITAMINS (1, !.< 1.1 m beJ W, "mit-lmt-
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    Patent White Zinc Faint
    Still the experienced
    Painter's choice
    because it-
    I iki 12 wine uullon* or
    more of I.inseed OH per
    (Ml of paste, gising 17
    . 11 li.ii -. of superb paint
    K fungus proof.
    i halts less Ihan am
    other kniiuii whiti- paint
    Lasts in tropical sun
    because of its OIL AB-
    SORPTION and purin
    This is VVIij it is
    ( HIAI'I.K - BBTTKR
    for WHITE Paintinj:
    Laaagtai iiass ABMslBOM, iin
    IASY 10 MAKE THIS AFPITIZINS IIEAKMSTI
    Boil 2 cups of water. Add salt. When boil-
    ing, add 1 tup of Quaker Oats. Couk it,
    stirring, for -''. minutes. I h.n all.
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    RENOVATING YOUR CAR?
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    i iiiiin f:i i:i'.i i: MATTING
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    PAWN OR BROWN INNER HOOD UNPsO
    HIHIVVN \ j Mill IMITATION MATHER
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    IKISIII fHXLK EOR TYRES
    BEST QI'AIJTV CHAMOIS I.EATUERS
    POLISHES AM> f'HEEHE CLOTH
    IXMIK l.lltk SPRINGS
    RING l'I\ hi l '
    OVIRsl/E l'l-IO\ sEI*
    iiimi'.ii f.48 END OIL UNE8
    in lilt M TIC IIRAKE KITS
    MUX,I sl-AKK VLI'GS
    DECARBONIZING GASRET SI I-
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    PACK FOUR
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    THURSDAY. BEPTI Mill ii
    BARBADOS Al)\'(MrE
    r.--------y,~ -T7--------------1
    r 4l.*-i. < III
    September IS. 1950
    IIV.il... I .l..,..r,..
    m was an annual
    function lasting for one week staged by
    th<- Ht-alth Authority The public meet-
    ings and lectures were sponsored jointly
    by Ukt Commissioners of Health and the
    General Board of Health
    Health Week as it was then called is as
    much needed to-day as it was when it first
    began.
    The weak spot in the past programme
    was that the entire week was spent on
    tt'lliiif,' listeners about the house fly and the
    mosquito and the danger of allowing heaps
    of rubbish to remain in backyards. It
    will be remembered that in those days ten
    times as much debris found its way at the
    side of the road to be removed by the
    CWngir a.s at ordinary times. For the
    rest of. the year thero was a slackening of
    energy and another collection of refuse.
    Every week should be a health week.
    Any slackening of the pace in the effort to
    maintain good health is to court danger.
    This.- /acts are drawn to public attention
    by an article appended to his annual re-
    port by the Chief Sanitary Inspector of
    St. Michael. That article "Through educa-
    tion to health" is a strong reminder that
    health is not merely to be enjoyed; it must
    be maintained through personal effort
    which follows personal interest "The
    work of health education is truly an essen-
    tial factor in preventing the occurrence of
    disease and safeguarding the public health.
    It is therefore the duty of a health depart-
    ment not only to prevent disease but also
    to create health, and in order to achieve
    this there must first be created a greater
    interest among the general public in health
    matters."
    The lack of total effort in the preserva-
    tion of public health and hygiene and the
    ease with which even the more intelligent
    section of the community disregard the
    ordinary health habits show that there is
    pressing need for continuous health educa-
    tion. It is common everyday conduct to
    find people committing sanitary nuisances
    in the alleys and side streets in Bridge-
    town even in the day and it is merely the
    caution of the Vestry in erecting street
    lamps which now prevents many of them
    from using main roads as public urinals.
    Along the sidewalks people spit freely into
    refuse boxes which must later be cleared
    by human hands and on the street where
    it will soon be dried and the particles of
    germ laden dust invade the throats of
    "tin k Only recently the Superintendent
    of the Market who has never ceased to
    condemn bad health habits and the lack of
    education was compelled to post printed
    notices in an effort to stop people whistling
    and coughing near food places,
    A recital of the many bad habits wit-
    nessed in Bridgetown daily would occupy
    much time and space but it is imperative
    that some mention should be made of them.
    In other cities of the world they are accom-
    panied by severe penalties. The passenger
    who spits in a London 'bus is asking for a
    five pound fine.
    What is alarming in contrast in this
    island is that these things are taken as a
    matter of course, without protest and some-
    times examples are set by those who should
    know better.
    The time has come. The population of
    Bridgetown has reached a size when it is
    absolutely necessary that there should be
    greater interest in and effort to maintain
    public health. The health habits now
    practised might satisfy primitive com-
    munities but threaten our own safety.
    Insanitary practices such as giving vent to
    nature in public highways, boys collecting
    paper from refuse to sell to food shops and
    people spitting on the street should be
    stopped. The health of Barbados has been
    protected by continuous sunshine It
    might not always be so; and the result in
    terms of money and human suffering baffles
    imagination.
    EVE IMKHMK in \m Wrk (hi*. i*UU>s ril* ... #1
    Madam. The Bargains
    Shout Out At You...
    I ALA S
    HEW YORK
    NEW YORK gets m.* vese m
    the world capital of Dm- wmn.
    I fMhi.ct trad*
    You thought it was Pan*. wiui
    ] Ixtnden making bed for gees, i
    Square"a monument to
    buyer and a brusque
    Icchnique
    II M a
    store- -
    ion*and then there i* mi
    the toud-ya-pn.
    :he tirel-
    d i d i
    aj w I aw tha:
    f*' ^U N e York
    if /<^^ bring, the
    _r^_r-*'^ restest loflu-
    W^7" ence u> bear on
    U. what people
    wear because it
    alone has succeeded In making
    women so fashion -conscious that
    ihedreM shops have no closed
    But
    tarn* It is a
    lishment Fre*.^
    their thousand* rush the i
    ->if Daman
    wantor what
    wantand
    cashiers' desks to pay
    the article wrapped
    on in- alone Over
    BJgSBJ
    Lad.fa have **i"u ever heard of
    Macks restl suede leather hendbasjs i
    three douan nine! -
    Of course M haven"!
    BBS*, BSJj |BrBla
    < favour > :e
    Hey.
    1
    from faraway
    Prance that Dior has urad of
    angerme and la dsckarsnc about
    with royal blue, a publicity para-
    graph from Hollywood that a
    certain film star hat bean seen at
    parry wearing a fringed shawl;
    a photograph from England show.
    .ng the Royal Family in tartan)
    ind right away the propaganda
    nachine get* going The campaign
    s on.
    The women throng the stores.
    Inven there by an Irresistible
    irge. that they* have acquired
    hrough years of subjection it
    he greatest advertising method*
    :i the world, to be in the fashion
    If a woman cannot afford a
    orapletr outfit of the moment.
    he will buy at lean one new,
    orthy article So. if a heavy.
    lain skirt worn with her sum-
    aery blouse does not look smart
    t least she show, that the tried
    In the American way of selling
    10 women there is no time-lag
    the new ideas in clothes.
    cosmetics and vital I
    getting into the low-pnced stores.
    At one and the same lime you
    can buy a dreas m Fifth-avenue
    for about 125 and Its esgq
    ):i L'liiun-square
    Union-square is New York's
    speakers' corner Amid its dun.
    ;red-looking soap-box politicians
    /.'Id forth. Round the edges, in
    the littered, tawdry street., m
    the cut-price shops.
    Biggest and most famed of
    Klein's rrl> a ... h and Vast
    turn-over Ev. ry line f m*s>
    rhandue there has a tin* issftst
    within which it must salL
    E*a> by day II t moved fr it-
    rack to raak 0
    ing a pnea rasfcueOan) untfl the
    final clearance -ad Is
    About a thlrC I the
    ale there are
    Due tt an
    M eg a famous maker**
    ' *nd esaesstaan at Klein's > stock of
    0*0 bags, created by on* of America'.
    ^5 ?5. ** ****. a p..
    ke wtll be proud to carry Is now en
    have sale at that astounding price
    the assun floor-
    -# Tk*> mmmr
    Alnw: :mpoacible. n .
    into the tan and come
    out astytng -;.vth.ng
    The iwot-^ ruaksng H
    BBsssi dLiiiuiba; the scry of the;
    asillant ringing g*a
    gsj the noee" each time .> I
    Klein*! probabJv believe that
    the nsiwewai u ala^i* right, ixii
    they'll be har.grc if OM i -re going
    to tell them so. The km sales-
    girls are casual to the point uf
    rottsnsssj. sssl are easil. exas-
    perated
    "That one looks all right on
    you. lady: 1 aant see why you
    want to try on any raor<
    sort of advice ihev give to a per-
    plexed hat-hunter
    Then there is the torture of the
    rack As one dress rail is stripped
    by the human locusts, others are
    quickly wheeled in without so
    much as a "mind your backs.
    please Accident frequenc>
    works out at about one bumpea
    back to every 500 customer*
    Tfcr Gunit
    A rumour That the mirrors are
    modelled on the device used In
    the war by the secret service.
    and that store detecives stationed
    at the back of them ran ree
    through to ue customers trying
    on drum, themselves, has bce:i
    denied by the management
    But the prveenc* of uniformed
    guards at stronsjpotnu does Dot
    make for a cosy atmosphere
    Outside the store. .ne of thote
    electric signs which BBtSxO) carr.
    news flashes *(>ells out detail- uf
    the grand bargains inside
    Once in. ..ou're still not let
    r tender? the
    f.r bar purchase; th* t :!
    look of the .wnan who has di-
    ccrrttm. from among a million U
    BBore ooats, one exactly the same
    as her sister boughi -
    for flee dollars more, make )
    believe that this really ts the plaiv
    lo great values
    It probably la, but it's certasuly
    snopping the hard way
    Not aU_ the articles are low-
    t syssaiH has beer
    enough to attract the
    lurury-Irvers At Rat
    can buy a mink coat [for C#W'
    or a diamond ring, as well
    ten-ahilling dreaa.
    And >et there is something
    missing the contact with th-
    sslesgui You hear women
    anxiously asking perfect stranger*
    then- nearest neighb- .
    scrum: "Do you think this Mow.'
    "~ or -Would you say
    this h*i suits ^oe,"
    rr MrafeT
    In the cafeteria, where !h:-
    aame exhausting game of snatch-
    and-grat prevails. I met an old.
    hardenei campainger. a vekarai
    of many forays at Kl<
    her shopping strategy
    "It Beeds four people besul,
    yourself One to scout out the
    best buys one to follow the scou*
    rails and collect the
    thinr* -1.- recommends, anoth.-r
    to help rou try on the clothe*.
    and the last to do the linlng-u,-
    at the eashtcr"! at* friends an-f
    that wayand look.
    d to tell the tale"
    tvrs
    A SIrani' Device To Savf
    Ewesight
    y
    STOCKHOLM
    AN ingenious maehino which
    detects minute electric curren.V
    generated deep Inside the eyes
    is being uced by a Swedish pro
    lessor to help prevent b*lndness
    By glancing at a chart which
    records the current* as waves.
    mo professor can diagnose cer-
    tain eye disorders long before anv
    other symptom appears So treat-
    ment ran be started before the
    eyes are seriously damaged.
    Today I saw the machine in
    action at the superbly equipped lhe _r|.g ,lds _,! W(lh
    eye cl nic of Stockholm s ultra- |lim aurwfon^ fl,iaers. and Iltle.1
    me cup to the affected eye win-.
    a spring cHp. Than he fixed" a
    silver rod n the cup so that it
    i bupiuiin l"in< lit
    The eye-wave ti-s\' he was about
    to make wouKI show imim-uid'.eU
    whether rusti-in had beEun
    The professor filled a small
    glass eyecup with liquid, parted
    The man who devised it. lean.
    *2-year-out Professor Goata Karpe
    I pronounced Yusta Karpay). led
    me to i cubicle, completely lined
    with aluminium foil to conduct
    .way stray electric charges, which
    would interfere with the eye-wuve
    recordings.
    The room was dark except for
    the glow from a small red flash-
    lamp held by the professor's
    woman ass stant. sitting at the
    control panel of the creom-and-
    rhromhim machine.
    A patient, .in BttraeUv Swedish
    girl, was lying quietly on a couch,
    with a metal band ^Tapped round
    her forehead Wires led from the
    band to the machine.
    Karpe explained how, months
    iitfo, .i sleel splinter l>>d pene-
    Imted the girl's left eye Attempts
    lo draw out the splinter w th
    powerful magnets had faded. To
    rrnove it -uigicflllv would be
    risky.
    So long as it showed no sign"
    of rusving the safest thing was to
    leave it in. Hut if it oegon to
    corrode it would have to be ex-
    tracted, as rust poisons the eye.
    eventually chiis ng blindness.
    JUSt dipped in the liquid. A
    wire connected the rod with Qm
    head-band.
    KveiythniK mas now ready for
    I
    A bright light (lashed suddenly
    in front of tha gu*Ta eye. Imme-
    dialely the retina the eye's liKht
    sensitive screen responded by
    generating ., small current, which
    wa. picke.i up by the silver rod
    and r.coroed by the machine.
    When we looked at the record-
    ing it had the normal humj;-
    sh;ipe produced hy healthy eye
    Thiv asjtlane*] K.np. I
    splinter was not threatening in)
    .grit.
    When tii<- UHhlssI 'rice of rust
    At in the eye |
    of the electric wi
    Kurpe Is also usin^ the machin*
    to save old people
    ordeal of operations which woul
    be uselesr
    Some cases of cataractcloud-
    ing of the lens are not im-
    proved by surgical treatment
    because the retina also happen*
    to be damaged Until now doctors
    have often been unable to delect
    such damage beforehand.
    The professor has u s t d the
    machine successfully o u mot-
    than 1.000 patients, ranging in in,
    from seven months lo 88 years
    Hi* results have uiivinccd Inn.
    th.il .ill babies are near blind
    until tUey are about four month'
    "Id Tnt eyes of a normal nev
    born child generate no current
    even when stimulated by the
    brightest light.
    Doctors have long believed thai
    young l>ables can sec little beyon.-
    vaguely distinguishing betweei.
    light und shade. Karpe's discover;.
    15 clear-cut evidence that the
    letina of the human eye Is not
    fully formed at birth
    Karpe u pressing on with
    ixpcrlments. Meanwhile e y i
    surgeons, led by Britain's sir
    Stewart take-Elder, have hailed
    his work as a great advance m
    the ilghi against blindness.
    \ >e-w;i\t< !..( him- Is ii.
    ready being Installed In a Londoi.
    e>e clinic so that British patlenU
    can benefit from Karpe's dis-
    coveries.
    A SARONG
    lr> l\r/ IIOI1II
    KH-SHiN*.; MKA.'UWS \ V
    The universal advent of the blue ser^e
    iwo-fsants suit has taken mych i f the coloui
    i>ut of interna: n recent
    vesrs-
    One o! s>;-. ao ui sulTered by
    ... Assembly occurtwd 0B the
    the tall, hawk-facen delegates of
    Saudi Arabia abandone.1 their
    hes and turbans <>i white and gold
    asgd up at nsj
    iional double-breasted guilfl of baaaV
    and lawyer's blue lha' ..1Tx-is
    itM tnm
    Yemen and the I In the Indian
    ,.nd Pakistan delegations still added a spot
    ( colour to the annual proceeding The
    Hikmit like s*>mething out of thi
    tht "Ar.ibian Nights'"
    bfsj of black. old and
    nped by white and gold turbans.
    urn always .t ijold and jeweled scimitar at
    The ladies from Pakistan and India arc
    \wmja .Michantin.: in Sans that make an
    \mencan matron in last year's mink coat
    yok and feel like somcthmt; the cat draggeo
    in.
    Mme, Pandit, India's ambassador lo the
    i'mted States and formerly India's chiel
    to the United Nations, attended the
    opening session of ;he General Assembly this
    year in a whoosh sari of lilac silk. Anothei
    .ndian beauty came in a yellow sari em-
    broidered in gold, and still a third one looked
    nil in a black, white and gold sari
    But impressive as are the sartorial per-
    ormances of the gentlemen from Yemen
    nd the ladies from Pakistan and India, they
    re merely dress rehearsals this year for th(
    uuque ailire of Sir Lala l.ukuna, mcmlxr
    >f the British delegation and resident ant)
    lative of the Fiji Islands.
    Sir Lala has been a sensation ever since
    he General Assembly opened, in a costume
    hat for sheer originality beats 'em all. On
    iis handsome and immaculate person he
    achieves the impossible by combining the
    best of Sir Anthony Eden and our own
    Dorothy Lamour. The union, as any one can
    ^ee. is perfect.
    Below a short, formal black morning coat.
    vorn with nates ajar collar and boiled shirt,
    sir Lala sports a sarong tailored of the kind
    Of black, gray and white striped material of
    which other gentlemen build their formal
    norning trousers.
    The sarong is a trifle longer than Dorothy's.
    dnce \\ covers Sir Lala's knees, but *lie
    ii!-i! bliek coat is a sartorial dead ringer
    i uq that Sir Anthony ever sported. The
    i collar ana the boiled shirt arc
    mrther implemented with a natty bow tie
    .n tiny black and white shepherd check that
    Aould make a certain H.S.T. green with envy.
    Sir Lala'l strong brown legs are bare and
    us fa t arc encased in the briefest of bare
    foot sandals. His snow white hair is closely
    cropped about his proud and hahdsome face-
    To say that Sir Lala is the sensation of the
    current assembly is putting it mildly. Photo-
    graphers were so intrigued by his appearance
    it the opening session that they overlooked
    Secretary of State Dean Ache&on and Sen
    Wairen Austin, permanent head of the
    American delegation to the U.N.
    Sir Lola posed smilingly for the cameras
    and answered all questions with a polite ano
    formal accent. Only, the accent is Oxonian
    A graduate of Oxford University. Sir Lala
    sne.iks flawless English.
    Tins is my second encounter with Sir Lala
    DIM is not apt to forget in a Ufotimt
    * him in London in May, 19-T7, who.
    lie ntti-ndi-d the coronation of King George V!
    and Queen Elizabeth by royal invitation.
    All in all. Sir Lala is a delightful addition
    to the United Nations, a charming gentleman
    and an astute diplomat And he is a welcome
    note of colour in a sea of blue .serge.
    LN.S.

    " Sorry, bat guns are not allowed in the classrooms"
    Truth about U.S. Teachers ?
    It's 4. loo m >
    AMERICANS do not UVS ex-
    clusively on hot dugs and Ice-
    cream cornets; nor live exclusive-
    ly In sky-scrapers, ranches and
    wigwams. Few American nchool
    teachers have looks Ukg Hit's
    Urablc or Tyrone Tower, and
    iney do not pack pistols In their
    hip pockets In classrooms.
    To London schoolboys, io whom
    the new term has brought school
    teachers from America on an ex-
    change scheme, these facta make
    Cloomy learning
    At a Tottenham grammar school
    Mr. Charles Endicott. from Ohio,
    watched his rlass of M-year-ulds
    leave at lhe end of lhe day and
    said a little sadly.
    i M i must be rattMr
    disappointment to them But
    .some of tin .7. bm lhe most
    startling Ideas about Am
    1 have to put them right"
    The Difference tsfl
    Bshort, grey haired, 40. Mr
    EndlconVl pale beige *uit. hand-
    painted tie. rimless glatsc* ami
    flight middle-west acrenl, reveal-
    ed bin nationality.
    -But that's where the difference
    ends In other things the boys
    i.iust find me much lhe same as
    their English teachers,- he said,
    half apologetically.
    In school methods the main
    difference; Mr. Endicott has noticed
    is that In America more
    prominence l given to handicrafts
    (his special subject) and leas to
    mathematics and languages.
    So Courteous
    Courtesy Is the characteristic
    whiea has particularly itruefe him
    in his new pupils.
    I'm not quite used to little
    rouUna mailers of life over hero
    Ml Hut it ever I'm In a fix
    they'll help me nut. I've never
    known boys so polite and charm-
    ing."
    Mr. Endicott was brought up
    on a farm When 16, it was hi-
    job to milk 12 cows a day uiul wll
    ice-cream on Sundays.
    Taught In Japan
    A school teacher since he was
    20. he has never missed a chance
    to broaden his expennn.-
    Every summer vacaUon (12
    weeks In America) he hikes
    job In a different Industry. Ht
    has worked as carpenter, cabinet
    naker electrician, and tool maker.
    On his year's visit lo England
    he Is accompanied by his H-year-
    IH son and his wife
    "I have already dass/patj : ,
    mibltion over here.'1 he
    said. "I wanted to go lo a service
    In Westminster Abbey andafter
    hearing It on the radio every
    Christmas and New Year I
    wanted to listen to the real, live
    booms of Big Ben.
    "Those two things have given
    me a thrill beyond expression."
    L.E.S.
    Our Header* Say;
    Sea Vgg*
    T%Sd""rtl lh< Adeocaie
    ai k.ran. is my second and
    laal letter as not being a beach
    Mroller, I have no more time for
    letter-writing except of course,
    U helping to bring dowo the co*t
    , LttLfsffi f nmk> *""""' -'
    child in Barbados can csU me a
    beach stroller or idler
    Whal I claim is that the broken
    wa-egg shells should and could
    be dumped far enough out to sea
    a* nol lo be washed back on the
    sand in lhe best sea-bathing part
    of the island One man can do this
    damage, but you run turn all the
    Barbadians to okao Oils laes* up
    and you would not be absTto do
    so, and if this Is continued then
    ins, Americans and even
    Barbadian* will have to sUp sea-
    bathing at the Worthing bench or
    wear canvas or rubber shoes.
    and who likes to do this .ind onlv
    for the sake of one or two fisher-
    men who deliberately dump these
    broken sea-egg shells near enough
    to wash back Into the best sea-
    bathing part of Barbados.
    This savours of most motor car
    drivers who. If they has
    I car suddenly or for that mat-
    ter not even suddenly think noth-
    ing of stopping It at least two or
    three feet from the left side of
    the road, but this la only the re-
    sult of nol thinking of anyone else
    but self.
    Kindly ask Mr Beach Stroller
    :o rl-e his name
    A. E TAYLOR,
    Sepl 26. 1950.
    Puhlir I tiliths
    The Editor, the .tdrocalc
    Sir.As your corre-;
    column is more or less dull lhe*o
    days your readers are grateful ; .
    your contributors R E. Smyth let.
    and cv E. Shepherd tor the reada-
    ble articles an. leiici-
    vartetj of subjects on whscn tnej
    write. Whether Or nol you aiin-e
    with these gentlemen one can
    UMi.ilU tea (perhaps unfortunately
    for them) the point or points the/
    wish to make.
    with reference to their current
    correspondence on the natlonall-
    Moa of the public utilitj
    oi their control by P.U. Board.
    I want both these genti<
    help me with a point I tried to
    make during the wond reading
    debate on the PUB. Bill. Tii,
    point is that on and after the set-
    ting up of the proposed board, .ill
    labour troubles affecting wages
    or attssr monetary concessions (if
    any) to employees will be thrown
    suuarely and heavily on to the
    shoulders of the Board
    My reason for making tills poim
    was that I could not see how anv
    board, person or thing could
    dictate to any person, company.
    corporation or else the price, di
    which they should sell any com-
    modity or service, or fix th.'
    prom they should make, without
    at the same umc either direeU.
    or Indirectly determining lhe
    salaries and wages they ahoul-
    psB
    My reason for seeking the
    I Mi is. sm.-l
    Mtephard ^ that l know thev cat
    help DM, .o I hope lhe\ m tun
    will see the point I am makinu
    which is. that the Public Utilr.v
    services should welcome the Bill
    and Board.
    Yours sincerely,
    A. E. S. LEWIS
    Bridgetown. 27th Sept. I9B0
    Welcome
    "'sirV1'""'' W Adi-oeafe
    kies, nothing but blue
    Welcome you today.
    B ue seas, nothing but blue seas.
    To greet >lH1 s fae.
    Sweet meludics .ire drifting froi.
    Carli.-
    For every heart is happy m
    -day.
    oh bow, the wind i an biowl
    '* the ships ran go!
    Oh how Barbados sings I
    In heiirty welcome to hercri-ket
    In every corner, on every shoro
    ll Three cheers for our
    cricketers. Engorel"
    rOR ALL BARBADOS.
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    OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
    WILL BE CLOSED FOR
    STOCK M*/.\(.
    ON
    THURSDAY M II FRIDAY 2STH AND
    SATURDAY, 30TII SEPTEMBER
    and will Ki..|j, ii for BiLsint'SK on
    TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBER
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    lor
    STOCK TAKING
    on
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    And
    THURSDAY, 28TH
    REOPENING TO BUSINESS
    on
    FRIDAY, 29TH SEPTEMBER

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    of the above and arrange their shopping
    accordingly.
    DatOSTA & lu., List.
    DRY GOODS DEPT,
    For Next Week's
    Celebrations and
    the Holiday
    Legs and shoulder*
    Local Mutton
    Kidneys and Stew Veal
    Perk Feel
    Australian Table Butter
    it.- il hi Cooking Butter
    Cam Water Biscuits
    Jacob Crackers
    New Zealand Chee*e
    ... -i.nl Biscuit*
    KaUlnr.
    Glace Cherries
    Marsh nulloH"
    Anchor Fvap. Milk
    Anehor Milk Powdrr
    Orssgea and Grapefruit
    NOTICE
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    WILL BE CLOSED
    FOR
    STOCK-TAKING
    :0N :
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    THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S. 1930
    Talk On
    Antigua
    Hurricane
    TONIGHT
    MtL C. JOHNS a theological
    student of Codrington College
    will give a talk at the Y.M.C.A.
    o-n,ght on the hurricane in
    Antagua. Mr. John who has
    travelled extensively during hu
    war service, was in Antigua sine*
    July when thai colony experienced
    two fires, and hurricanes.
    HUH AM: TILE l Lodge Road,
    Christ Church was found
    gutltv yesterday of stealing a
    watch valued at 1 11/8 and a
    gold chain costing 10,- the pro*
    pert) of William Watson of St.
    I-awrence. Christ Church on Sep-
    tember 17.
    His Worship Mr E. A. McLeod
    before whom the case was heard
    placed him on u bond for two
    fmn in the sum of 5.
    JAMES COX. a 40-veex-old la-
    bourer of Christ Church was
    taken to the General Hospital
    about 9 a.m. yesterday suffering
    from large bruises on his right
    foot.
    Cox was assisting in unloading
    stones from a lorry at Seawell.
    Christ Church about 8.30 am the
    .same day when a plank which
    on the stones slid off and fell on
    his foot. He was not detained.
    DOGS ARE BECOMING very
    destructive, a farmer of St.
    I'hilip told the Advocate yester-
    day. He said that these dogs
    which are believed to be wild dogs
    prowl around at night destroying
    the corn in the field and giving
    some of the farmers double work
    when they inspect their fields.
    Traps are set at night for these
    dogs, but up to now the traps
    have not been very successful,
    A LORRY loaded with pun-
    cheons on the platform with a
    reckless driver could be dangerous
    if tn turning a comer one of these
    puncheons happen to roll off from
    the platform.
    Very often these puncheons are
    not tied securely to the platform
    of the lorry and the driver does
    not seem to realise the harm one
    of these puncheons would do If It
    strike* anyone.
    Yesterday morning a woman
    was nearly injured in Bay Street
    as a driverapparently in a hurry
    to reach his destination and forced
    to stopapplied his brakes sud-
    denly thus causing one of the nine
    puncheons on the platform of the
    lorry to roll off Into the gutter.
    Quick action saved her from
    very serious injury.
    JOHN FIELDS of James Street
    reported yesterday that a
    wrist watch belonging to Reginald
    Brathwaithe of Marchlleld. St.
    I'hilip was stolen from his Jewell-
    ery shop in James Street on Sep-
    tember 22.
    A HEWING MACHINE valued
    at $50 was reported stolen
    from the house of Aletha Hinds of
    Baxters Road on Tuesday.
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    PAGE FIVE
    HOSPITAL NEEDS j
    IMPROVEMENT \
    Surgeon Specialist
    Mr A G Leacock Surgeon
    ' '.eld the Hospital Ad-
    > i .lay. that
    but for the uncertainty that* ex-
    ist .-d as to whether or not Gov-
    ernment was going to build a new
    kssspttal Ue#i irece Mrtsjg bsssbs-
    sary improvements that could be
    brought about in the hospital.
    Among these improvements
    ware the enlargement of the Vee-
    cock Operating Theatre, and an
    electric lift for taking patients to
    that theatre
    Such improvement* would not
    be interfered with by the recon-
    struction of the hospital, but cer-
    tainly nothing could be done until
    some decision had been made by
    Government about the hospital.
    The Committee decided that
    [overnment should be written tit
    for enlightenment on the matter.
    Having been allowed to take on
    i -.-iilion;.: 66 nurses, the hos-
    pital is selecting ?0 student nurses
    and un urgent neces>l: are uni-
    forms
    !> in..ml Too Great
    There i* :i sewing room at the
    hospital at which uniforms for
    nurses are made, bul the makers
    cannot cope with the present
    urgent requirements about to for
    the newcomers.
    The situation was put before the
    Committee by Mr Leacock yes-
    terday and after some discussion
    it was decided to advertise for
    tenders to make these uniforms.
    The Committee awarded con-
    tracts for the supply of fresh milk,
    alcohol, fresh bread and burials.
    The period of the contracts Is six
    months and begins from October
    The contract for the milk was
    warded to Mr. Clyde Field of
    EdgeclifT. St John, that for bread
    went to the Purity Bakery, while
    Messrs. Brvdcn & Son!) Ltd., got
    the one for alcohol and Mr. Lou
    Codnngton of Eagle Hall Ri
    the on- for burials.
    mo YOI' k\oh mis i isiiv
    HERE It the mango Ana caught anrhar Uus Weak, and which ha*
    not yet baan Identified. It u in ins. lory with the had tapering
    ofl into two prongs Pom ndg* run down iu ii'ibed back and the
    sat Is of a gall rg colour Effort, art being ssaas to pr**er*i> sad
    keep thla flab
    Trinidadians VI aul
    Bulk Pun I.um
    HORT-OF-SPA1N.
    The decision ,.f the t'onlrollei
    of Imports and txporu u-
    MM bulk purchasing of certain
    iten.v nf foodstuff* i-
    with a gi<
    kf l> umlad retailers and con-
    bumen. alike They foresee u
    great handle .

    if Hm Control Board abandons
    the system, as tht*> anticipate,
    difficulty in obtaining miju>1i.. of
    items which become scarce, as was
    experienced some months ago
    when Importers were allowed to
    I uy their own split MM HbsjMm
    wivos, too. were bitter in their
    comment*
    GAZETTE CELEBRATES
    I25TH. ANNIVERSARY
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    I
    A supplement : P
    111 Im- i.iblish*.
    attractions of tin
    be a lecord In pithy fortu, of the

    prb
    wl evci.t;
    t
    In Respect To
    Royal Family
    One flag only was flvlng at half-
    most In Bridgetown yesterday. It
    has been flying over the Public
    Buildings nce Monday and will
    r*r flown at half-mast all week.
    The Governor has been informed: cents In cak
    bv
    telegram from the Secretary (cents
    of State for the Colonies, of thy
    death of the Dowager Marchioness
    "f Mllford-Haven and the flag is
    at half-mast in respect of the
    Royal Family.
    His Excellency sent the following
    cable to the Secretary of State.
    "Have learnt with deep regret
    of the death of the Dowager
    Marchioness of Milford-Haven
    Grateful If you will submit to
    His Majesty the Rang an ex-
    pression of my deep sympathy
    and that of the people of Bar-
    bados.
    Also grateful If similar message
    could be conveyed to the Earl
    Mountbatten."
    The Marchioness of Milford-
    Haven Is the daughter of Grand
    Duke I .out* IV of Hesse and of
    Princess Alice, daughter of Queen
    Victoria.
    In 1884 she was married to the
    1st Marquess. Admiral of the Fleet
    G.C B.. O.C.V.O.. K.C.M.G.
    She Is mother of Lord Loutl
    Mountbatten.
    Lunch-time At
    Cdmbermere
    On the ringing of the flri
    luncheon bell at Combermere
    School about 80 boys go to lunch
    These are boys of the Preparatory
    Department and they are fo'lowed
    shortly by a larger number of
    boys of the Lower School when
    the second bell goes. Within about
    ten minutes the third bell will
    summon boys of the Middle and
    Upper School to lunch In the
    canteen which Is a low. wooden,
    one roof building alxmt 20 feet
    wide and SO feet long.
    It is just about 30 yards from
    the school moms and there the
    Woman who are emp'oyod in It
    trepare rice and slew, lish cakes,
    inonudc and other luncheon
    meals.
    From the first r'ng of the bell
    the maids are placed under stcod>
    pressure of work to ratufy the
    eager schoolboys and the hurry is
    kept up until the bell which indi-
    cates the end of lunch is rung.
    Most boys prefer "drinks and
    cukes" 'unch to the "h.t lunch"
    and they usually have to queue
    up mi th;ir the nailer ones would
    not be squeezed. In the days
    before the ipieueing little buys had
    to wait until the hi* fellow* WOT*
    served unless they were favourites
    of the waitresses.
    If one should slop in the lunch
    room during luncheon period, he
    muki hear such demands as "Nine
    a coke and three
    bananas. Wetk'ns!"-
    Watkms ti one of the waitresses
    But every boy does not call for
    a coke Mauv call for lemonade
    Bread and Ash also And great
    favour with the boys Bread and
    fish is sold at the rice and stew
    counter and down that counter
    one can hear "Bread and fish.
    Granny'"
    As fewer boys buy rice and
    tew or soup, those who do can
    get their lunch more quickly than
    Ihe boys who prefer cakes. The>
    pay 12 cents for a hot meal and
    they enjoy it. The boys who eat
    hot" lunch, however, usually take
    a drink to wash it down."
    When the bell rings at the end
    of lunch and the beginning of
    another period, the boys do not
    hurry half so fast back into the
    form room as Ihey had hrrried out.
    Eat Weeds
    And Stop Tlu
    "ONE DAY I met an old woman selling, and I raited
    thing to eat." Those are the opening words of a calypfl
    once popular at comic concerts. The song goos op to tell
    of the disappointment of the would-be purchaser win, hi
    found that "instead of bananas, oranges tr peats'", the. Id
    woman was selling weeds.
    Quit* turn Mi.h women, old
    I or young can be seen at this time
    of the yeoT sell-rig bundles of
    herbs whose cold or mfluoniB
    ooatiuilni powon n extolled by
    ' two ago
    SUPREME COURT
    OPEHS OCT: 4
    y, ,,

    The English
    At Home
    "TO understand anvthniK
    bout the real Englishman,
    we must see him at home:
    for the Englishman abroad
    i- often a sort of race apart,
    no more representative of
    his true race than any
    stranger would be m Eng-
    land.
    Mary Ape Mouna apeak-
    i"P i-i a BBC oversew
    programme.
    mitT-OF-SPAIN
    On Wednesday, OoUbOl |
    < rviticninl opening of the Trun-
    ,i.id Supreme Court will take
    place The Acting Chloi JusOca,
    N Virvcn! Ilrttwn. who
    recontls spent a holiday m It..!
    -ill inspect a guard-of -
    honour formed bv iiu.ni
    Polka Force Forty-
    Oa are down for hearing
    1 this court. Six of them IN
    murder cases
    BARBADOS
    SCHOLARSHIPS
    The following candidate^
    placed In ardor of merit, who wore
    entered for Barbados Scholarship*:
    obtained University Scholarshii
    Standard and Exhibition Standard.
    University Scholarship
    Standard
    Alleyne. G. A. O. (Harrison
    College).
    Gooding. R. U. (Lodge School)
    Adams. J. M. G. M. (Harrison
    College).
    Innlss. E. DeC. (Harrison
    Cefleae)
    Smith. V. O. (Harrison College)
    Exhibition Standard
    Nicliolls. C. DeM (Harrison
    College).
    Nlcholls. N V. (Harrison
    College).
    King. E S. (Harrison College
    On the recommendation of the
    Board. Scholarships have beei
    awarded to Alleyne. Goodinfi
    Adams and Inniss.
    D. G. Dray ton, a pupil of Queen
    College, was of University Scholar-
    ship calibre, but was not ellgibl<
    to compete for a Scholarship.
    TAKING STOCK
    Broad Street clerks were work
    lug minus tie* or Jackets yester-
    day. It was not "dress reform"
    induced by the heat. The stores
    at which they are employed arc
    Inking slock, and therefore closed
    to the public
    rive stores are closed at present
    Da Costa's. the Cotton Factory.
    Manning & Co. Ltd., C. S. Pitcher.
    and Wilkinson & Haynes. More
    stores will follow suit; then sh
    cases will begin to take on the
    "near to Christmas" look and peo-
    ple will start wondering "wh
    am I going to wear to the Exhibi-
    tion this Tear'"
    FAST DRIVER FINED 5
    A fine of 5 to be paid In two
    months or In default one month's
    imprisonment was imposed on
    Alonra Small of Black Rock by His
    Worship Mr. E A McLeod yester-
    dav for exceeding the speed limit.
    Small was driving the motor
    lorry M-1421 on Bush Hall Road
    on May 31 at a speed of over 32
    lies per hour. The speed limit
    i that road for such vehicle
    30 miles per hour.
    Fewer Openings
    By Gas Works
    FOR the past few weeks th
    public have noticed the Gas
    Company's employees in man>
    districts going around driving a
    drill into the ground and plucfng
    n instrument over the hole rnado
    after the bar has been withdrawn.
    On enquiry at the Gas Company
    tlm 'Advocate' found that the!
    Instrument used was a leakag
    indicator which showed the per-
    centage of leakage In-low the eaitt
    in any one spot, hence when
    leakage is discovered, It Is traced
    til the spot showing the highest
    percentage Is found, then
    opening for repair If madethis
    linnnates unnecessarily large ront
    openings, and by this method It m
    hoped to cut down the majority of
    leakages
    During last week. Trafalga:
    Square was the scene of this work,
    vhen a major leakage was dls-
    wered near the I. rd Moaton'l
    Statue
    The various kinds .>( | i
    go in make lhassj bJtti
    brews arc1 like the items '.n an
    rut for an auction sal.
    to montion. Ono


    hush." Tin ..: , f.ir all.''
    ;)< roum leavi i aj
    reputedly good for cooling thr
    heal of the body Then whit.
    broom weed, gully root, m unie
    root, graiinv baek-borM
    boi'ts, and Chrmlmas an I I
    the others, used in these niRtlc and
    inexpensive madia.....I pneanj
    WOMAN KILLED
    BY UGHTHING
    Boy Fell Out Of Car
    While Thomas Laanlay of
    Heckles Road was driving the
    motor car M-2649 along Lower
    Colly more Rock yesterday about
    3.20 p.m. the left front door sud-
    denly flew open and his 7-year-old
    son Mark fell from the car to the
    street
    In attempting to save the boy
    from falling Lashley lots control
    of the car causing it to mount a
    pavement. The front bumper of the
    car was damaged. The boy was not
    hurt.
    WHAVS ON TODAY
    Meeting, St Michael's Ves-
    try at 2 p m
    Water Polo. Aquatic Club at
    5pm
    Mobile Cinema. Chapel
    Plantation Yard, St
    Philip it HI p m
    Police Band at Police Annual
    Dance s| Drill Hall at
    p.an
    Herb Experts
    Th s oXMrtnatl at brewing herb.
    extends all over th.- We-1 Indlog
    especially in '),,
    iif r'li-iicn ikvu-
    pation There the names of the
    buslies BOUnd more ro.nantlc to
    English ears, but they are thi
    same bushes In these cicole roun-
    trloa, the vendor iistead of offering
    airMte brootn wtta and sour sop
    leaves, will urge you to I
    iloui gnd '
    In Haiti, for example, the lore
    of bush n.e.in en
    level, and on elder'y Burbad'an
    woman who has ||VM .. loni tUSM
    in the Black Republic and win
    herself aeQutrCd Bone knowledge
    of the BUbJSMt, told the '
    Of people, she had eurc-l
    not on'y of the cold and influenia.
    but even of Typhoid For the lasi
    disease, she said, some of the
    herb* empioMii arc "man bed
    man" Hatiad under loal*1 and the
    not o| (in- tratti rot nul Ifte
    In lliut country and In many of
    Ada, "ihe obooh"
    iroroan owes much of hi Mi
    fame to a study of Uw ffeetl M
    iM n local bushi-s
    upon the human lx"ly
    PORT-OF-SI'AIN I
    Margaret Eugene, j Mai
    rooutn, wu itrucli bo H|fhtnln|
    on Saturday and drooiI
    Radio wires connected to log
    house where Margaret was having
    lunch were severed. l..<
    ^ man .lied in the same district i
    inllai t in iiinstaiiii-
    ' ? :V
    Postmistress Conduct
    "Reprehensible"
    lr*M O.r I 4 l.t...f .d.l
    PtiRT-OF -SPAIN.
    Miss Constance Cuttle. District
    Post Mistress at La Brea. srW
    reprimanded and discharged (W
    her conduct during working houi
    by Mr. Evan Reea Mr. Bee:
    snld her conduct was reprehen
    iible
    The Magistrate made tlu
    remarks when he convicted Ver
    nOB Chalton for behaving it
    manner. and Pi I
    assaulting and be.tiiat the Post
    Mistress The parties It If sai '
    oiiarrelled over a motorcar rente..
    on Diseoverv Day holldav-
    rhalton, it I* alleged, went In-
    Ihe Pe*t OOlce uid beat Cottl.
    jsod t?i and <
    Governor Attends
    Handicraft Exhibition
    I-OltT-tlF-Sl'AlN
    Hi. bcssSsssaj oae Go\'
    Sir Hubert Ranee, accompanied b]
    Lady Ranee, attended the Exhlb.
    lion of Government InMituli.r
    Handlcraft on Saturday. On dht-
    tlay were exhibits from over L'"
    instiliitiomi anri welfare depart
    ments from all over Hm
    I heir ,!,. More than 2.0O-
    cnhihlts. ranging from needl'
    vrork to basketry. dressTnakln
    -hoemaking and picture framing
    Unknown Man Found
    Dead In Church
    TORT-OF^'sPAIN
    An unidentified young man un
    found dead at about II oclock Oi
    Monday morning in the St
    Theresa's Catholic rimivh. Worn.
    bn MBSSM. A S HKVDhN V SONS KARBAIK1S LTD.,
    HO BOX *o,. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
    [ouud Dead In \urd
    PORT-OK-Sl'AIN
    Abidh All, a San Juan man, /
    discovered by a resident of the
    distrut lying dead In his yard 111
    pool of blood on Saturday Both
    III;. '
    1 badly chopped up
    POLICE
    2 FOR
    ARREST
    %\.000
    POHT-OF-SI'AIN
    ihe Trinidad Police recently
    nested two persona on Hit
    negation that they cmueizlcil
    urns of money amounting |rj noaf
    V SI.UU0 from the Arin.-i Bu
    Company
    FRENCH LINER
    RUNS AGROUND
    SOUTHAMITON. Sept 27
    Ki-uiue'^ iiisgfst linor. Liberte
    vsjj raported tomgnt to have
    grounded at the appni
    t outhampton water
    Uoydi BfSMb rctioiled that th>-'
    Llherte enme oil the Iwiik and
    was at anchor waiting for slacs
    rataj Keuu*r
    SHIPPING EXECUTIVE
    DIES
    HAVANA. Cuba. Sepl. 27.
    I William Harry Smith pffOBi-
    'ttlsh-born ahltiping
    n the WeM indie* .ri Tuenlaj He vnu a. Smith
    lepresented the leading Amern ai
    I imes can. Prrss.
    # i */hint 1/ "*
    i i i/iiifl gaggf for
    THE FLU
    WK HA HI THE
    i/i Minns
    No. 7 FEVER MIXTURE
    2 Hi.uI.-
    ASPIROIDS CAPSULES
    one every hour for 12 doses
    ELECTION WINNER
    ORDERED TO REST
    I'oRi-oK-SI'AIN
    (MincUlor Raymond Quevade
    belter known m IheCaiypM sforfa
    i At ilia the Hun, who won a seat
    the reeenl elections, has beer
    dared by his doctor to take i,
    iVWWWVftrWW
    ACAI.\ l,\ STOCK ...
    PURINA
    CHOW
    ANIMALS POULTRY

    URINAf
    iCHOWSJ
    DI5!IBUIOS.
    ~- !<> t Co. Ud
    k m<. ii is iiiii a sum is
    Grenada Strawbag* for Ladies
    IIWI) ami SHOWING
    .III >l asferad Mia In keanUfi 1 llll Irsimi*
    Sl...|il>li,. B*|< Bs il.*7
    v barrel ii iasj] 3.86 t3.0t
    LUips Batchr) shaped B.iK
    Dinty Ladles Bag with OUesJai Bvttom snd Tslt Top
    in Orson. Royal Bhn> sml Wins. Ea
    CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
    10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street.
    MR. GOKOOL
    nol Uanaflng 1
    ' inaa>ssMnUi
    r i". trifly
    BUiB Hl.ii'i 11
    CAN T STOP
    CO
    It's time you took
    someVENO'S/
    vasa
    It I. xiMl lot Vmi wd Old. qtSeb H aWSs
    ad Kaa baa nM ap-a In* o**r SO ymn. (M
    VMM fertOa IoSji -< ITOe COWSMM
    *VEH0V
    lIC HTM IM e
    COUGH MIXTURE
    TUtmfootmq
    IttM^jL
    The VENTNOR PLIMSOLL n mde oi VeaHh
    nn.it ind hi j crept fole U can be obmied all whin
    my blj wif -hue anil nj and \i t o' btacb m
    Mack iu4e
    Jjuiubp
    SPORTS SHOES
    ,STOK(S 1 lNO! IID-ACCNIS.
    among th<- FIRST Ihoufhl or ami th* moil MrtWyini In Uwm HOT DAYS
    ICSD TEA Sanad Iran "M Y N A H."
    "M Y N A H" is grown, blended and packed in Ceylon. The Tea Garden
    cf the World. You will en)oy the Flavour and Refreshing effect when you
    use "M Y N A H" Tea.
    ---------
    A BRIGHTER
    LONGER
    LIFE!!
    DURALIFE
    AUTO BATTERIES-with ebonitH separators
    mmiiiisv GARAGE
    White Park Road. (ROBERT THOM. LTD.)
    Dial 4391


    PAGE M\
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. IW
    HENRY
    BY CARL ANDERSON
    LADIES!!!
    INTRODUCING TWO
    NEW TOILET SOAPS
    CHIC
    SWEETHEART
    UNBEATEN FOR FRAGRANCE
    OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING
    STORES
    BOILS
    pimples SaL-vata
    then a >p*l* u-..iwri "k

    tSm *.' uhI'I much. i JJ.
    DR. CHASE'S -
    Antiseptic OINTMENT
    AT ONLY 15c. CAKE
    IlAf. HOME A FEW
    TO-BAY.
    CAKES
    1
    ')nu woman who can .___
    appreciate the dlnerenoe Iroa
    her own experience, wntee *n
    ' Before taking Krnachen, I
    always ueed to wake in the
    morning frrllng very tirea. now
    I have lout allthat tlredneea and
    I w*kf feeling frjll Of energy
    Ki ftcfeM hai maJe mefeel *
    younuer. I alao -off>l with
    . ...... !-*.;. .:i li. y UODlWn
    iir.tb rnutid my ankita.
    I im now mmpletely cored of
    - and swelllnge.I Ukl
    Kruo.hen Sail* regularly and
    ^nnoi speak too highly of It. '
    Li.W.
    tun keeps you young
    |l tones up the liver,
    rtiid rwrWfle and keep*
    Diem all woiklng smoothly and
    The n-ward of thin
    . lm nllnsssiiaiteshened
    and liivjgi i\,ionout
    ^:erla!l are expelled and
    ..f ibi mnatlsm ceaaa.
    And a> vou continue with Kru-
    ur whole body regpoagg
    .ntying lorce.
    Krunrhen !. obtainable from all
    Chemists and Store*.
    Proudly the
    COLONNADE
    Syrups, Marmalades Etc.
    LYLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP $82. .43. .23
    BRECHEN CASTLE O SYRUP... M
    GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE
    SILVER SHRED MARMALADE
    LITTLE CHIP MARMALADE
    S.A. MARMALADE 12 ft)...........
    TR1N : MARMALADE...............
    BEMA MOLASSES
    Custards, Jellies Etc.
    BIRDS CUSTARD POWDER S
    CHIVERS CUSTARD POWDER .5!-.:
    CHIVERS T. JELLIES.............
    HARTLEY'S T. FELLIES......
    MONK 6 GLASS T. JELLIES
    MOOT 6 GLASS BLANC
    MANGE POWDER.......
    KRAFT ICE CREAM ME* .
    LIDANO ICE CREAM MTX
    (aimed Meats
    SWIFT'S OX TONGUES......
    C. & B. BREAKFAST ROLL
    CORNED MUTTON .......
    LAMBS' TONGUES......................
    BOILED BEEF & CARROTS..........
    CORNED BEEF WITH CEREAL
    HAFNIA HAMS 12 lb.) ............
    KRAFT MACARONI & CHEESE
    Canned Soups
    HEINZ SOUPS: Tins
    TOMATO SOUP ......................
    CREAM OF ONION SOUP
    CREAM CHICKEN SOUP .......
    CREAM MUSHROOM SOUP
    VEGETABLE SOUP...................
    KIDNEY SOUP ......................
    Liqueurs, Wines Etc.
    BOTS. CREME DE MENTHE St.00
    D.O.M. ........... $.7i
    BOTS. PEACH BRANDY............ 4.00
    BOTS. APRICOT BRANDY ..... 4.00
    GILBEY'S EMPIRE PORT $2.52. 1.SJ
    PAARL TAWNY PORT 2.11
    VI STOUT ............ .JO
    ALLSOPS BEER........................ .2,
    Pickles, Sauces Etc.
    C. & B. MIXED PICKLES ....... S .75
    C. i B. COCKTAIL ONIONS ... .TO
    MORTON'S GHIRK1NS ........... .71
    HF1NZ TOM i KETCHUP ........ .77
    LEA 4 PERRIN WOR. SAUCE .77. 4S
    HEINZ MAYONAISE...................41
    HEINZ SALAD CREAM...............4S
    Present**


    Tilt RSI) XV. SEPTEMBER 28, 1950
    BARBADOS M>\ OCATF.
    pace
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    GOVERNMENT NOTICE
    TELEPHONE 290*
    DIED
    BAIUVAJITlll'K i" P
    funarai look place al
    I OK HIM
    ll(l SIN
    deacons vnxs From ine i*
    October. Comer nl Deacon* and ,/
    3S. --.an
    STtV," I Roc* Bo-d Dm i
    THANKS
    1 lb* urida* signed t"
    lUMll* t thank Unm wl*
    funeral, mi wimum.
    u. MM
    KUnded mr
    of u Mu net-..*-!
    qHunt spoumrj*
    CANAAN Cattle Wart.. B>UuB*l<
    mi,bed awl Refiigaratar Ht-r
    Oct Nwv and Dwtirtrtr Telephone
    Mo GlkMni Mil n.lIMn
    MKMOK1AM
    COTTAUK In St Ll
    watrr From Id OctoOei

    HOl'ffl Vrri al
    house in the Pailih o( I
    furnished except tar i
    Decently decorated throughout (
    in lor about on* rear Apply to 4
    rmgto.. Seal,
    IN evw .heristted mentor? of our i ...... -
    B*iu.i husband and lather GLAD- HIOHWINM dlilnuh
    STONE CARTER .papei who was r*ii*J months of November If"
    lo reel on Vita Sap' 1**T.
    T.m. have cMuN in many t
    Sine* w* were all l.igathei
    Th- nmi.>i> of iiiuw happy <
    Win linger on forever
    I" .< **.'
    m v so ji
    FOB M OK UNI
    MAKRI8TOW M.i*cll Clll. fvlU>
    l-.rnwhed Four bedroom*, all modern
    i C*n bo *en by Appointment l*i*t
    or UN. Available lit No.'mW
    fT t Wn
    lii'i'it......nl of lliuhu-a>\ and Tmns|Mirl
    WBBTTBN All'LK ATloNS will be- nMfcr*. it 1
    of Highways and Tranipori up to noon on Saturday. 3oth September
    \n-ixi un \u lixsit
    The post l not penAonable. and the appointment vv ill w-.
    on or before Uw llM March, 1M.
    Salary will be paid monthly at the rat* of |1M M
    The appoiniee will be eObje-ct to the rurn-ni condr
    -nd departmental procedure and diacip
    Applicant ahoultl wvc brief particular- of urjMjrawMw, present
    implovmcnt and rate of pay. and may be required to tmderaj
    oral and : 23 8.503n
    CHANCERY SALE
    ting Hi* .am* h
    iorr DKOVacn onkau VI manninc. 00 UHrfBD
    f: All thai certain piev* or parcel of land .tuiata In the CH* of wrtdgi
    I.) rrtmutllen IWw thousand on* taundK
    itungj .I'd hounding OR three '** on '"' '"
    Ma -"'I'd "*.- Slrer-
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    TAKE NOTICE
    FOR Ml I:
    AUTOMOTIVE
    CAR -IMS Sedan Ford V-B Ca. A I*
    in Una mdllh". Recently overhauled
    New Tyre* Apply lo Lao KHimaii
    tana Cardan, SI Andrew
    CAR IfMf n...d*l gr.
    Saloon. Mileage 11.000.
    J*hort* Ml before 10 an
    . M..1
    CAR IM Au.tli.
    order Apply Spim^ci
    111,
    IP in (food
    Qara4*, Spiv
    TIILVK Ucdlord S loti True* rompi*t*
    will) plaltarni and In *ellrui tondllion
    Courlny Garaf* Dial MI6
    IT t 311
    PICKUP -Bedford tUavy Duly Pickup
    mm- .nil* iiUIoaar* and owner Iwvinc
    irtaiiil B.160 00-Courle.y Carwc DUi
    *au n so-aii
    LUMHV
    Jod ,n
    Nrlla PUnUlkon.
    IXxJd* Lorry
    gnat condition Apply The "
    - MlChafl
    ELECTRICAL
    RADIO Phi.Ilpi T lube Wooden C-o-
    m*t anelleni rand I lion Dial MM.
    7.0M
    ItTfORn IIANCEPJ* Aulr
    C-arrad. from KM TO to 1MB*. *
    Ian A Harnra . Co I.U) I
    LIVESTOCK
    lilt N.">K VV
    Diiwinf. Dlnlnc
    Bj.1I. RIei-Iii.it>
    i minute* walk
    A Mllllndlon. "X
    aWIMfta D""i
    AUCTIOV
    UNDER THE IV0HY HAMMER
    One

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    good condilMMi. Houae mini bw reruu
    id Tertni Cub
    VLNVENT G1UTFIT1I.
    Au.-U. :.*-
    1 hv. been Inaiucted by Cecil Tuli
    to aell hi. houMhoU Funilture al *"-
    l.nB.iiiy lairtc. Thunday Jtl. day srp-
    lembrr IbM at II o'clock conalatin, -i
    Upright aillinf Chain. Rcukerm. S*ll.
    Cuurh. Nlghl Chair. Cenu* Table- AH
    Mahocaor. L-rder, Wafon. Wain
    Nland. Single and Double Be4li-<1'
    Ovar almtle Radio Table Lard* I.....i
    Dlnliig T^ble, Brau hanging Oil I.imtu
    Iioti of Other Item* Term* Caal.
    O'DONALD DANIEL.
    '" UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
    By Instruction* received I will **
    o i Thuraday aep'-envber Mtb at Wfun
    Cole ar Co'* Oarigc. 1'iobyii Slreet ul
    M |.-locK
    on* [tj IUd Cliaviolcl Tiuck in per-
    l* workli^ order. Btl Cb n>ra.
    and battery good. Mut b* aoid rorm-
    Cath
    VUTCEKT GRUTITH.
    Aucuonerr
    REAL ESTATE
    H
    . inwtajM. (bin fl,i m ,
    i -nd deodonw ike kk nan i
    HARPIC
    M vl.l ,| M.llillll MH /.
    I.WIi UNI IIMITUB
    X \ s C I l I
    I Wl l-l DMVUM" arrlv...
    t IWfttMtfse Brplambei T71h
    (,i ..1'CRKTfSt- uu. Fteemai-
    1>I. Adelaide Bepteinbei II I.
    Saplember IMh. M-ih--un,j
    ftrptrmber Uid. Bydney Nth Scpiembei.
    ,
    MkM Voieeataer m
    - i* ample >*mr Ml
    i-i tmml rg.i
    C.igu accepled on thi.tbgh bill* '
    l'.iMpmml >t Trli>lrt.< I
    ir Uaibado*. ralti-h O.ilana. Wlnl-
    rd and Leeward lalanda
    1
    FUflMmM W1THV i. CO LTD.
    Tiinldad. Ii*l
    and
    DA COBTA CO IfTD .
    lUibodoe. li Wl
    The M V DAUTWOOO I
    apt Corpo and Paeaengrr.
    St laiCW. t Mi-ent. Of* .-->..
    and Aruba Dai* of depoin.rr
    Will bo notified
    II W.I Srhoanrr Owner.
    Am*. (Inn.
    4 WHY SUFFER WITH INFLUENZA?
    It I- il.itr.*ruii
    iix-li Hi* ravftfi
    nil* with Inrlsenaa
    Ihb tlMeaae by uhlni :
    "RECTOR'S INFLUENZA
    ap after an attark mt Inilui-n
    MIXTURE"
    ... ..it....
    RECTORS FEVER
    i i' i- product ra -in i i 'Hi prepared lo
    ml gel rid nl Malaria arid other PiMI
    OhUUiablr al
    MIXTURE"
    nabl* >u to reabt
    Booker's < dos) Drug Stores Ltd.
    i and Haatlnco < \I.PIM I'HUM^Vi
    ^Aloo*. &*ipC
    *> oairUf. KM
    Thai llRmSlI AMERICAN TOBA'.'m
    COMPAN1 BAltBADO! UMI I U
    -Otnhul". Lodg.' II
    Bnibad haa applied ("t the ogtatra
    lion of a trade m-itk in I
    R*gi.ler In connection wtO* Cig-r.lte-
    , nl -ill be cnltlled t" regicer ih.
    unit otter one MfBtk frori the !
    c<*> of BeplemDrr lM unleaa IBM
    peraon hall i the "meantime ji>
    notice in dupttcne w me Bl
    ..( eageggtljpi .'i H...ti reajiaaraUon m-
    Itade mark can be aaen on appllcalo*i
    .it m,v office
    Daird irii. jeth (U) M BIBpiemLai
    lofir ivfi-tf it nil
    titili'l i.ulitu* -
    H WILLIAMS
    Registrar ..f T. ^le Mark*
    NOTICE
    On* Small He-end Hand
    CIAS COOKER
    va good oi.i*i
    i Boiling Lunar*
    I OrlU Tturneri
    I Koa> Jr.i' O-ren
    EnaniFl Sinaah back and
    plat* rack
    May be aeen at your
    LlMI
    CANAD
    "f ooIIhk and Refreahlng aa a
    Breath of Sprinf"
    The Manufacture of UpnaJenr.
    finds work for Fellow Barbadian*
    IB i.. 6.r. at Y.ur Dealer
    MM VI'IN'K OF
    IIYMIN AM AHA IIAI.IIIOK AM .1
    l.l(|l III PARAFFIN SYRl'P OF FIGK
    nd
    RUSKSBaby'. Finl Solid Food
    Abu VMicty ul ( II. Ills
    < l I l\S IMII 4. SI Olll S
    ALCOA PAHTNEH
    Sleanvcr -">
    Stean.ei " IM
    Tliea- veaael* have limited pa*n .er
    For a* l-awr*
    For M U'N
    For St l-wr*
    UXJIT.. CART at HARNESS i
    condition. Ring tM Bherbeurm
    Mil* lllll. St Michael
    MECHANICAL
    IRRIGATION EOUU-MENT Lara*
    nuaniiiy of i', inch Qatvaniaed piping
    Mao Mill 10 R Fan. SO ft Tower. IS
    lich Pump and large lank Ring aioa
    ' Shert-mrne ". Two Mil* Hill. Bt
    Michael r.vta-tm
    One hand operaled BACON BIJC1NO
    MACHINE Apply B V Bcotl Co..
    Lid Whitepark 11 I.IO-I.Mi.
    PVaff
    F->> Mftl
    Pump HliUon BB
    SCALA-iU0 lb>
    The Oaneral Agency
    High St Phone BI7
    HARMONY COTTAGE St (.eorge
    .-tone bulll hou^ .t-ndlng .m about
    L.nc acre ol land Apply to Mr Arm-
    .luiiig. Draa Hall. St Oeorgr .
    QUAKER ROAD. Cernngton'. VUlaga
    r'rldav Mlh at I p m a board and
    .lilngl* home N II > 1. Shed M T.
    Kitchen IS x B co.arad with arrantfa.
    clout, paling* Land can b* pen led
    Tmna '"..I, R ARCHER MC KI1N/-IE.
    Auctioneer.
    n a s>.
    Till ARCS FOB SALE
    |gfl RAWIADOS !tHU']'tN(. A TltADlNQ
    iu i
    HI HAHBAIIOS Kill* INSI'UANCK OO:
    Th* above will be -i up for Bale,
    cum dividend". t public cot, pell lion
    c it FRIDAY 3Uth Seplemhe-
    130 pm. YEARWOOD B
    Solicitor*.
    MISCELLANEOUS
    ' Mth
    ABBOTTS MAUVER MALT- We I and land
    only have Bmull itocka of Abhotl 4.TM aau
    Mallver Malt" with VIlateral on hand. Gap. Chr
    o buy no" wa cannot import any
    more at present KNIGHTS lid
    utanl at 2M_p.ni.
    roll INVI11.I
    thereto belongin)
    I feet
    .! i-'.lll
    ridfje*..-
    I'lttant
    BOYCE.
    H HBO- 3"
    .mulnlnc
    I SI Mat
    M*.M-*n.
    BPI1JJANTINK I'-, II..,' aifi .nl
    ElOtaT look of your Hair try "Bitinniey.
    Liquid Brilliant in-- Frtea V- |K"
    KNinirra ltd m b :
    MKffNXN-S QUINSANA TALC W'B
    liave In flock Mennen'a qulnaana IIah)
    which I. an -xeellent remedy (or Alh-
    lelfii Feel. Try II and we the WIN
    KNIGHTS Ltd Mt.M-.ln
    MEN'S SHIRTS Largecl *eleelloti
    of Men. Shirt. In town All -ItEU-
    ANCK" all Guaranteed all aitrectlvety
    prtcad. If far ai.y reaeon your ahlrl
    rllBpIe-aaa you. it can be returned to
    ROYAL STORC. High Street
    Apply
    tailor.
    HVMIII
    GARDEN EH Eiperieiic^d Qardctier
    Apply P c 8 Maffei gt Ob.. Ltd
    Jlinc* Wm Henry Straa* ^^
    I HI'MRIIHI IN COOK G*n*l ti
    live In. alao Laundreaa. Good trier-
    encee required. Apply Boa T.UJf.
    iEKVANT Reliable Houerrrlaid, ih
    r in -||dml*>" Gun Hill SI George
    n som
    Church. Th* dw
    ilorled wooden bulldlns of
    Hliuh tii* flP't floor I* used aa a (hop.
    ind the vacond floor aa a private real-
    l*nce Infarction any day on application
    a Ml** E. V Johnwii. on the preml***
    .'or further particular* and condition* of
    ale apply to R S Nlcholl* aV Co.
    14 B M ~ 5n
    REAL ESTATE
    JOHN
    Ma
    BLADON
    ajm.. r.v.A.
    Fnnnrrl7 lllxon t llladon
    FOR SALE
    lfn.LCKEST-Bathalit-b.1 Very
    well landing on acre* headland
    riound with rr(..ng vlewi mW
    me Atlaaiiic. Verandah on 2 -idea.
    * reception 3 bedruoma n. 'nal kitchen. pBaktl
    quarU a garug*. ma*M BBrvtgqg,
    nl f.ir thin ilpctrabl*
    TO-DAY'S NEWS HASH
    OLl H00RI s
    ALMANACK M
    BAKllAl"1^ ROAD MAI'S
    ENAMEL-IT L11 I
    Etl.mu'1 in mal] bottles
    Ail Sotourti
    AT
    j.M.N-i.N-. STATIONERY
    And IIARUWABE
    BUNGALOW Newly built Bungalow
    . UrlBhUw. Road. Black Rock Bum
    r Coral Stone with pine floor ft go I
    nil* roof It ha* Verandah. DrawuKI
    A Dining Room*, S apaclooa Bedroom*.
    ~ .klaal room. 2 Water tollef* ft 1
    Bath*. Spare Boom. Garage Price ak-
    ad I* befci what II coat to build
    BUNGALOW Newlv built Hur.
    iw al Deacon* Road Built of Cm.
    Frtone with pine floor ft aalvarUaa roo'
    I: ha* Verandah. Drawing. Dining a
    Breakfaal r'Kim*. i Bedroom.. I Toilet.
    and I Rath*. Kitchenette. Spar* JOOWl,
    and enough land for flower A kitchen
    Priced to -ell
    BUNGALOW Al Station Hill Bul.l
    of Coral Stone with Event* roof A
    line floor It ha* front A back Vei-n
    Huh* Drawing A Dining roome, 3 Bad-
    msna, Waler toilet A Ba1h. Kllcheneit.
    tiarage For parilcular* apply D*arr.
    A Scott. Government Auctl'i'ieri.
    Magarlne lane.
    MB M iPi
    Public Ollirial Sak
    .The PravBit Marehal'* Act l
    UM4-i
    UN FRIDAY the
    of 1
    . day

    .UlSlH.i 'II M
    lu* All that eenain
    atnlng by admeaeur*
    Feet .Ituat* In 1h(
    Chinrh at NAVi
    MISCELLANEOUS
    GRASS-Sour Gra*a lo purchase
    $M-9m
    INDIVIDUAL COACIIOJO by EnBll.h
    Vntverdly Giaduate. Sehool rritiflcata
    and Commercial. Proof-Read I ng. Typina
    and Slancilllna efUclenllF *i
    MIM1 GOODrNO Tel
    Hamim.
    graduada E
    Ptofewm de idloma
    Traductor Oflclal del punawme
    Rrlacione. Interior** en Vene*
    Claaa* da IngM*. Prince*. Et
    Alemann *- lUllano. P*r* Inarripi
    t-iefono MM. da I p en. a
    Curao daada l*t d* Ocliibre
    Car lota Genaalvee. Sani ciara
    Lawranea. M.B.R
    -fternoon will be
    the hlgheit bidder
    the appraised vn
    niece of land c-on'
    ment 8.400 Squan
    pariah ol Chrl.i
    GARDEN f) bulling and rminaiing <>n
    land- of Egbert W'lih. of Mr*. Carol
    on a private road culled f*B
    mid on nnolher pivat* road called
    Venlnor Road togeiher with the mn-
    .uage or Dwelling Home Ihereon railed
    Rjdcourf Building*. Aa.. app>al*nl M
    loiloara The whole properly appaai*ed
    ... Tit REE THUUSAND AND F1>TY
    POUNTJB) iflMM i Aitachad from
    WHKYMAN ARNETT UHlFTmi lor
    and toward* latMaetion Ar
    N B ". Depo.il to be paid on day
    . f j.ir't.. -i
    t r Bawtmjn
    provoat Mnr.h-I
    2a v v ">
    opUa*
    .'.hi
    . ^/..ining
    I I .11.
    COOK HOOKS by ElU. C'ralg
    ,,\M
    IlIHTIIliW HOOKS
    ROBERTS & CO.-DIAL 3301 Hifh Street
    &toAXA#*J
    WE CAN SUPPLY
    I i.ff.xl Whral
    l(. | I ii.:.
    r. ltd Oats,
    Talenl ll.rlev
    M.*d Sarley
    Nralaa
    Teanuta
    ridg*
    nod
    KInitial devel.ipni
    ....
    i lUI UM "'ni.......i
    .1 l-Hlrmin.
    and totlM'. kIk-hen. pantry and
    aludy Thai* are 1 *ervanfa'
    room* and garagr I
    ! in a good position and *ea
    halhlng I* cloae at hand
    i l.H'I. WAI-K H.
    Hill. Claw Cfaurek Mndm. I
    landing i
    H I ..I Worthing 3W fe.
    abovaaaa leva). Maa*nlflceni
    1 bedrooms, living, rwiin. *1......tf
    zoom. .luoVr. 3 bathrooms with
    tub and ihowri modem kilch-i
    laundry. *rvsn1>* quartara. tiled
    patio facing th* una Laid mil
    garden*, standing in action -
    AUCTION
    SALE
    TO-DAV
    At 1 p.m.
    AQUATIC COURT
    SEAL ESTATE AGENT
    aaonoasea
    PLANTATIONS I'.l II I.IM.
    rhun- w.i
    STUART S SAMPSON
    LI I).
    Am I.....i I'AKPENTER-
    li you Irs, you'll know th. besl
    TO L S
    ilitninablc nl
    EMPORIUM
    ai"c
    CENTRAL
    illNrRM. FOUNDRY LTD.I'ropr.etnm >
    i in at Broad and Tudor street*.
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    BWIA
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    \ M.1VIN .Ml MHIHINTER-IJrli 1173
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    iii. mi innu, nv< HAN, -II mm I ... HAOIC HI".
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    SATB *.!.. U
    to Mr* Nelli* H.
    Coast. Trl UK
    PUHLIC NOTICES
    NOTICE
    TH* FAMBM OF ST. ASBBI w
    Applieatisni will be received by tne.
    I naervlgned for Ihe Vaca-.l Pom of
    ganiit at SI Saviour Church, ui
    SalurdAT Oclohar Tth IBM Salar* g
    par monlh Certlneste ol Heauh i
    i.-.impan> application.
    Signed C A SKXNNFJt.
    Vestry Clerk. M And
    LICENSING NOTICE
    TBANBFEII a UMC'VAI.
    m.i
    ol Blaefc Bock. Bt Mir*aal. purc-hji*'
    iquor license No lM of l*>i
    led lo fi.i-ei.rr m CwTtei In rap*.-i
    of No CO Roebuck Street. 4 Hi
    to a beard and shingled .hop atlach*tf
    M a v>jll and wooden ievid"a. ii
    Montroae, Ch Ch within District -BT
    _Tid lo uw the said llcanae at such last
    ila-arrlbed premise.
    Dated thu Mth day o Srplemn-'
    IMS
    T., 0
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    i Monday .ha tth da:
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    RACE BOOK One
    Book Satin R. N<
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    bury Rd Pindar plea*.
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    (UK SI'KUillTSTOWN & SIX MEN'S BRANCHES
    will be rlovd lor
    STOCK-TAKING
    Tm-sduy :ird and W.ednesday 4lh
    Oetobor
    TOBAGO
    ItoiintI 1 r 11.
    $57.60
    FREQUENT SERVICE
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    &
    """Trip
    $57.60
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    arrange- iheir ^.litippii
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    Krii-iids and Cusloiiicm plnisr
    i and order* accordingly.
    The Amateur Athletic
    Of Barbados
    ntisM* HHi
    Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic
    Sports Meeting
    HoUdayi.Ol
    , at I P M
    (taeeajOB* at 1 P e*'-. D
    .iiuige of H.at. The O-rvernor
    H A W L BAVAOt. C M (1
    IB FreBtaasaie M MMM
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    ; I'ALV nea Bishop, as I do not lined
    nt-self leaponsible for hae or an
    rite eoniractlng any deoi
    my name unleea by
    "*"* *" "* Sgd FRANK RXALY
    Tudor Street
    St Mlchaa

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    100 yds. flat iBoy. under It lean
    3-Mil* Cycle CIaee B
    3-Mile C>cle .Clas* 'A-)
    0 yd* ftai lOpen'
    It S-Mlle Cycle Handicap lOpan.
    II Ion* J.in.p
    17 l-M'le lload.ler*
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    '..pt.-n.bai r*th at
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    Rtiii nd -Trip
    $41.40
    MONDAYS AND
    THURSDAYS
    INC. IN B.C.
    II IH III NDiSE XEWSH
    MMIWIIM, FABRICS (or all Orriiiiiiis
    (eurgroUB Braderle \tigUUe
    at W.0. M.33. SIB8 and
    SV46 per yard
    f'rrpe Komalne (arTrs-al
    ahadeB) at tl.10 per yard
    FIc Satinwhite, pink. blue.
    rrcjm at UN per >ard
    Fid 1 n pe drillhiful deaigna
    al S1.B7 per yard
    Theie and a lot more l>ratiti(ui
    and smart looking mntcrlals hnve
    Ju-it bscn received by the S S
    "Brookhurst" and "Mooncresl".
    SiHH* I.Vf*
    At NT AT
    FOGARTYS.
    MIAMI
    SPECIAL EXCURSION
    FARE
    $340.00
    FREQUENT FLIGHTS
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    PAGE EIGHT
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER t. 1*SI>
    CHARLES TAKES HEAVYWEIGHT
    CROW\ FROM JOE LOUIS
    g> From l**ae 1
    coal.

    in but not
    i cat number*.
    A few minutes before Louis
    . :.! !>., HUB.
    crowd was till disappomtinglv
    rrtmll. Moil of the cheaper seals
    werr unoccupied.
    K*uad I. Etfarri *>t in I Ho first

    'loualy and
    then Low rd nght ic
    Ill.kCl U

    Lour- rnme back with a right !o
    They Inded body blows
    and ihen vhta : Um
    - ,v< ;inl si.it ted to nw
    Chariea. Louis flipped Charles
    with a vlelvut left hook lo U'
    1 lUfl left

    a W in i
    i< ft to U Louto came

    i iittk ChaiI" s clipped I.ouis with
    0 lefl and riglH to tra

    he fiuht to Joe and tm&Oi-
    bod> The
    i t*n
    rt. aad >
    I with In- glove They
    iki t.i thi' jaw
    in wt t
    Um bodj i ovod in i.i
    1 :i right to
    1 Exxard mi"c .id took Louis' left in ii-
    tum. A: t left hook
    bbdj Tnej traded a pat
    in midrlnii
    |*d Charlo
    .....
    Hlnrhcd. L/itn
    i wit* left
    Louu clul I
    .ifti-t loan
    with a right.
    Round 3. They traded left jabs
    to the head ;>nd then traded left
    hooks to body. Charles moved
    around Louis' left .side They box-
    . jrefully. Charles igMOkad
    Icfi 1'i.nk tn Joe's bead
    itabbad two laafl
    Charles' head. Charter peppered
    Louis with t*.. left- t.. the head
    and boxed giiiKerU afra) from
    htm. Charles dug a hard left to
    the body. Joe nuwad right and
    back with a vicious
    left hook to the body. Gzxard
    boxing more confidently nnw and
    Louis namad ;t IttUa bawtldarad
    Joa stalked Charles and got hard right to the head for hi>
    pains. Charles nailed I-oiils with
    a left hook t<> tba |at
    stabbed Louis with a left and then
    crossed a hard right to the head.
    fUand < Cl aril I.....ke.l LOOM
    with a left t<> the head Louis
    again pursued Charles who movl
    in and OUt Chariot peppeied
    Louis will ;i left and h right to
    the head and then im>ved awav
    from Loul .'I'ped u lef.
    and a right tc. I head
    Louis came back with a smashing
    left booh Kazan!
    held on. Retreullntf. C..nh iiiiil-
    with right to the head
    iintl they clinched. Louis got over
    a hard left hook to the jaw but
    ted with i, right to
    the body. Charles poked m two
    lefla nt the incoming Louis
    ChaffaaaeCtned i
    now. Louis stabbed ChariN Wttll
    :i stiff left lab to the head and
    ted both hands to Charles'
    Roustd 5. There was a big bump
    ovtr Chariaa' left eye. Charles
    snapped > left to Louis' head and
    away. Charles taking the
    offensive crashed a hard right to
    Louis' body and followed with .1
    nght to head They traded blows
    Louis caught Charles' punches
    with nil glovaa and came |>ack
    with a .nil left jab to the head
    They traded left jabs. Charles
    brought a clubbing right down
    i. Lou
    Charles backed awa>
    lefully Joe dug a left
    look lo mid section Joe hit
    ,-> Brill. hi> left
    jab. Louis crashed a stuOattng
    right to Chariea' few lost before
    the bell
    Kan ad i. Chalks connected
    with two rights to the head at the
    k.-i -i each ibei
    with short punches at close yuar
    ten Charles moved in on Joe and
    took a right chop to the chin
    Charles landed an overhand right
    to Louis* head Joe "till was the
    pursuer but Charles was not
    moving too far away from him
    no* Chart clipped Je with a
    left hook to the Jaw. Louis got
    10 to ttaa jaw but Charles
    rpped a right to Louis' body
    Louis socked VtiiiW right to
    Charles' body. Joe opened up with
    tare lefl jab* and a left hook to
    Charles' head ClsarMa clippede*oa
    with a left hook I
    incoming Louis tried to manoeuver
    far I.ouis
    ii.is not baa i abb to net him
    - "ads.
    Round < pped in
    i .i rkjht to at an h feed
    Louis to the body at close quar-
    ters and then Joe moved in oti
    Dta amiin They each got in a
    .mm rlgM ohoil to the head
    Louis dug I right to Charles'
    aaatf alla%a*aa* traded light lefts
    Kh a gKttt
    lefl hook to the jaw. They
    "tier's body
    in a weak exch'inge. l.ouis snap-
    ped a left i Charles' hurt lefl
    tvc. Joe pinned Chain
    roues but he WH wild and let
    !harli
    series of ahori punches to tli
    hody nt the bell
    itiriuid . Chariaa looked full of
    pep as be Jumped after Louu at
    'lie ball, lie ararad with short
    left- but Joe tame back witn n
    tong right and left to the head
    iippcd i-:i banda lo
    Louts' body. Louis speared Chartaa
    vith a Itiff left Jab lo the jaw
    M smacked Joe's body a'
    quartan and than nailed Joe
    witn a vicious left and a right to
    the Jaw Joe seemed Very slow as
    10 liimbcrm around the ring.
    LouH reaklj but
    with a cusp right to I*ouls' jaw.
    .pped Joe with a short
    right and left to the head Charle:
    banged I iluht to Louis' head and
    followed with a sweeping left to
    the jaw Louis was wild with
    hold hands and Charles belted him
    with lefts and rights to the head.
    Lcajhl smashed another left
    tn Charles' head and I
    nght to Ok 'ore after
    1 I steaming right to the
    bean Ixnns breughi up a terrific
    I |p hnrW Jaw. Charles held
    OH. The crowd let loose with Its
    biggeat yell of the night at the
    bell
    R wa closing They traded lefts
    and then Charles belted
    .olds with two hard rights to
    the body. Charle* followed
    Louis' left lead with a right lo the
    body Louts thumped a left to
    Charles' face. Charles flicked a
    left to lands' |aw and crossed a
    light to his body Units brought
    up a neat right uppercut to
    Charles' jaw The> traded bard
    rights to the head. Charle. drove
    in two short lefts to Louis' head.
    Both seemed tired now. lii-
    countered with a left to the bend
    and Charles came right back with
    - comes out
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    right to the Jaw Charles sent goelUngty delicious -
    Idea
    I Louts' face rloflng hi
    left eve tilt J00 got a nght i:p-
    . Charles' ]aw.
    Round ii. Chariaa ....." d to
    lefts and rights to the
    Charles missed a wild right
    and the crowd howled hut botda
    isscd bis opportuniK
    anil a right to the body and un-
    i ther right to the head
    held on to Louis' right hand m
    Ihey manoeuvered in a clinch
    Charles sockrd a right to Louis*
    I .i short right to the head
    Charles nailed Louis with a left
    and nght to the head The lefl
    eyes of both Oghtan <
    I n.n n oorad arith
    a round right to the nt
    banged a right to the body Again
    Charles sent hi, right to the body,
    i.;ippcd Louis' head back
    ah a right uppercut and foil- d
    with two mote rights to the hcn.l '
    waited foi
    ovan-reah,arleil in tipji and 1 lb. Fn- hpmtt.
    HUNTLEY2t^ALMI:RS
    BISCUITS
    MI.'SlCi By lh l-ulicr Band
    Orchestra under the direc-
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    A R C M MB E
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    ON A SURE
    ENTERTAINMENT
    WINNER '
    TNI
    delicious
    wholesome
    and nutritious
    a g ( h r i. a. ai.i. i
    He lead I
    Lour- t
    l'.. ...d 13
    nght in Um heid Loin, then took
    frnstve chasing Charles
    Chariaa hooked to LouaV head
    fUth his left Charles l>elte(| fm
    With a vicious right to the Jaw
    and backed away. Charles clipped
    I,ouis with a left and right and I
    than held on to Louis* right. LouU
    iiiubled Charles up with a right to
    the body and again the crowd
    urged Joe on. Charles nailed Joe ,
    with a left to the heaJ and moved ;
    Louis socked another hard .
    Round : I oni-.' lei! eye w.U
    now. Charles, stepped in
    and out on the champion smacking
    iI to the head
    Charles crashed h stunning riant
    and a leal to l-ouis' bead but Joe
    still moved in. Charles thumped
    a left to Joe's tjaaV and followed
    with a right i< the bead. Chariea
    Mm a stiff right
    l-i in-' heart Charlarl lipped Li
    to Louis' head
    Charles pumped over three left
    .- legn hi trickle tiown Clonlei
    naUad Joa with another hard right
    ti the head lx>uis fltiallv COD.....t-
    ad with left i.ib Chaiies banged
    Jih' with both hands to the heed
    and body. Charles met the incom-
    ing Ixiuis with a short right flush
    on the noae. A Louis left to the
    nose brought some blood from
    Charles..
    Riiliad It.--They traded light
    left hooks to the law
    they manoeuvred careful* n-
    tihe middle l.unv .'mineeted
    with a left Jab to the h
    but Charles came back with a left
    and a right to the head Lulls
    chopped a left to Charles' head
    Louis ripped a short right to
    Chariaa' body and Ezzard held on
    A left brought more blood from
    Charles' nose and Ihp crowd urged
    Joe on. He charged after Charles
    pumping a left and a right
    Charles' head, Louis smashed a
    right and Ihen another lo Charles*
    * YOV'LL BE MILES AHEAD WITH
    THE NEW
    DUNLOl* FORT
    the one tyre thu I
    has everything
    i ight to Charles' body. Charles' *,_, a _ ,
    pui b.s head against Louis* body Some motorists can boast of the mileage of thetr tyres; wmc enj<
    and whaled him with both hands. ^^. olhcrs wit| ,alk | lyic M*ence or good looks, or some p
    t iiaiies peppeied IjOUis wilh two I *
    left, tn the head just before the feature thai has tjken their hncy. Bui you. with your new IJunl
    Kaund H Chariea k Forucan beat themallforthis isthc one tyre that ha* rtrri//ro,.
    1-ouis with a short right to his' every feature the resources of Dunlnp can produce to give ma\unui.'
    nose and blood spurted out. Charles' ,^. t ... ,. ..
    closed with Joe and got in another, "M ** ^fcl>- hllcnl funning and distinctive appearance,
    one or his fast short rights lo the)
    head. Charles belted Louis with
    two steaming rights and then cir-,
    i led carefully away. Chnrlea again
    clipped Louu with a right to the
    head and Umiis sagged agauutt the
    ropes Charles hue after hun bcl'.-
    ing away with both hands Charles
    crossed another thumping right to
    Louis' head Chariea poked three
    lefts at Louis' head and sent over
    ,i stunning right to the body.
    Charles banged Louis at will
    Ulood dripped from Louis' nose.
    Louts bit Charles with a right Jut
    at the bell and Charles sprang at
    him
    Kaund 15. They boxed very
    iiefully Charles threw a long
    ghl to Louis' body. Chariea
    nacked Louis with a right lo the
    body. Louis missed a terrific
    nght and the crowd howled
    rhcy traded left hooks lo the
    Lody and then clinched. Charles
    lead off with a hard right to Joe's
    read and then moved away
    Charles sank a left hook to Louis'
    dy and barraged Joe with left
    id rights to the heait Chariaa
    belted Louis with long rlghta to
    tne head and 1-ouis moved away
    Charles dug a left hook to Louis
    i can Joe got In a hard right to
    the body and again the crowd
    cheered at the bell. Reuter
    jqpp. MBtaHBwaaaai
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    Ready for that
    POPPY DANCE?
    by kind
    permission of
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    at the
    CRANE
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    Next Saturday
    Night Sept 30th. E
    Dancing irom
    9 to 2 a.m.
    THE POLICE BAND ORCHESTRA
    $2,500 ASKED FOR
    W.I. CRICKETERS
    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    PORT-OK-SPA1N.
    Alaerman a. a. Almgndng, Chgirman of the w.i encket-
    trs Receplion Cdinmittie, has said: "The Committet- ap-
    i by the I'ort-of-Spam City Council to welcume the
    cncketiMs is trf the- opinion that it would be an excellent
    : if Ihe public of Trinidad subscribed to a fund to
    pUKhaM tokaaig to prggggtl to each member of the West
    Indian cricket team.
    Until Um fund Is elueed, it isliubllr will be received aa grate-
    Litge eontributions from
    Impossible to determine whai
    form this token should take but
    the committee has In HttafJ I
    . total ut about $2,500 On behalf
    nf iht' Committee, I ;iccor
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    contributJoasl for this fund. Small
    contributions from members of the
    full>
    linns.
    It is our desire that presentation
    nt these tokens should It)
    spontaneous gesture by the people
    of Trinidad, in appreciation of
    the glorious success of the tour."
    Parr Win* Fight
    PONTYPRIDD. Wales. Sept. 27
    T ..inm> Fan. former British
    en\>u eight Champion, made u
    i start |o his comeback
    tonight when lie knocked out Jar
    Klein, of Hollnnd, in the sixth
    round of his ten round BOBtofl
    It was Farr"s tlrst light for ten
    years Klein was unconscious for
    several seconds after the count
    bad ended Hauler.
    Trinidad Beats B.C. /-0
    iffYoiii Out Own CtHTcsiHUMlriit
    PORT-OK-SPAIN.
    Trinidad played British Guian,
    In the current Intercolonial ladles'
    hockey series, and beat the visitor
    by one goal to nil In the Second
    Test match at Polnte-a-Pierre
    Saturday. This was British
    Guiana's first defeat In five
    matches to date.
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