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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
Place of Publication:
Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publisher:
Advocate Co.
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Daily
regular
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English

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Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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MARKET STREET. Richter

Y.M.C.A. RELIEF Advocate Huvvicane 7
FUND REACHES $283 Relief Fund

For Antigua

Voluntary lady helper iuy nainder















spent another busy 1ay which the larger pach
the Y.M.C.A, yesterday, re ages, will be shipped by the "
iving, sorting and pack chooner Princess Louise Canadiat snk of
uses of Clothing, foodstufl vhieh is expected to sail thi omen
hoes for the e0ople ¢ evening Royal ta ef Canada
hburricane-sstruck ynitigu ‘ t i 0 0
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package had bee three o'clock yesterda and ; ee 120. Gb
iled and ready for shir vhen 3.80 p.m., more par 10 00
nt Twelve of these are els were still coming ’ bs
JAMES BEACH.--Richter. expected to go by ‘plane to through the Y.M.C.A gate Mistiet ov
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need of male help fer nait W. P. Nu 5 00
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\ Where Man may not
©», Venture Alone *




Men climb moun-
tains in the company
of others and with ex-

perienced guides . . . linked together so that each



individual is protected by the skill, strength and
experience of the group.

To protect the financial future of his loved ones,
the family man needs safeguards not unlike those
of the mountaineer.

First — he must join the thrifty, self-reliant peopie
who own Life Insurance.

Second — as a policy bolder he will be linked with
thousands whose combined unity and strength
guarantee security for the dependents of one and all.
Third — the experienced guidance of a Life Insur-
ance representative will direct him along the best
route to his objective,

THE

MANUFACTURERS
INSURANCE LIFE COMPANY





MEAD OFFICE (Established 1887) TORONTO, CANADA
= a oc «“ ins it _ PETER DeVERTEVILLE CLYDE WALCOTT
Chief Representative Agent
FORT JAMES BEACH.—Rirht WwW, S. MON we Lte \g
New Phone 4317—High Stree Fr .4 Box lt«







PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950

What Is Music?| Curiouser And | B.B.C. Radio
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~ “Music is a language in sound’ . Programme
7 | said Miss Enid Richardson to a user
cane group of listeners at the British

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov Qn Short Holiday FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950







Council Headquarters on Wednes-







. 4 . - 7.00 2 ». The News; 7.10 a ews
ae — ~ oor vs a ey RS. F. A. M. BROWN whose ay. v The theory of music! «CURIOSITY is certainly one of| Analysis: 7.15 aa The. Unt bie |
returned to Government House husband is Manager of the| should form part of the child’s, the chief guarantees of life’s en-| Bassingion; 7.30 a.m. Early i “
esterday from their ho'iday at Bata Shoe Store in St. Kitts, ar-| training and should atways b«\joyment. And the older one ee ea ee ae ben | THERE'S PAIN RELIEF
Heron Beach, St. James, accom rived yesterday morning by the | taught musically through the ears-|grows the more vitally necessary |* 9) “jr. From the Pdltonaies AND TONIC BENEFIT
panied “by Miss Pat Savage an: “Lady Rodney” for about a week’s| and not as a separate mathe-|it is to preserve one’s curiosity. | Serenade; 9.00 a.m. Close Down: 11.00]
Mr. Dennis Savage and Mr: noliday. She was accompanied by ' matical subject Middle-age begins with its decline | (noon) The News; 12.10 p.m. | Nes
Savage’s ,parents, Mr. and Mrs her little daughter Phyllis and Miss Richardson spoke of|and the first failure of curiosity an in Ghakt Stee: 1.16 pm, Racin
James Hopwood they are staying at the Hastings | rhythm, melody, harmony and|you detect in yousoa am _ Newsreel: 1.30 p.m. Here's Howard:
i Hotel. form Stud h > jumped upon immediately and/2z00 p.m. The News; 2.10 pm. Hone
Intransit Students should’ be ‘ om. Britain; 2.15 p.m, Sports
Mr. Brown is expected to come | aware of rhythm, in everything— ,uthlessly.” Review, 2.30 em Hee Se wet ‘Promen

over shortly by B.W.LA ‘a bird in flight,




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HOTEL O. D. BRISBANE,
head of the firm of O, D



. i the rhythms of domestic lifesand y Se
B.G. Businessman Here of natare. 7 Nights at the Opera; 5





Brisbane and Sons, West Indies a B.B.C. talk on “The Enjoy- Rapley at the Theatre Organ; 5

5 p.n
Lid. With headquarters in Si M®*. IGNATIUS KAWALL of | Time groupings of the rhythmic Sri Programme Parade; 5.29 p.m. Scottish
Vincent, Was an intransit passen- British Guiana eretved! pulses should be taught through ment of Living, Magazine; 6 00 p.m Mats Un hearal le
zxer on the Lady Rodney from yesterday morning by the Lady’ the ear (duple, triple and quad- ae 6 i p.om.. Melody on. Sistas;

Rodney from Boston after spencd-| rup'e. etc. ) The time value of
ing a holiday in the U.S.A. notes, their names and the beating
Managing Attorney of F.!/of time should then be taught
Kawall, general merchants ot} Students could be called upon to
> Georgetown, he is now in Barba-| make their own time patterns and

a dos to spend three weeks before | tunes; an experiment used exten-
three months’ holiday trip which | DION T - returning home by the Lady} sively by the late Sir Walford
he said was very pleasant LIKE THE WAY SHE CALLEO Nelson on its south bound voyage | Davies in his educational broad-

He also visited Holland, Bel- ME A VETERAN CRICKET FAN He is staying at Crystal Waters,| casts
gium, Luxembourg, Switzerlana Worthing. Miss Richardson played parts
and France and said that whi! Antigua—A Grim Spectacle Mr. Kawall said that he passed] of well-known songs that could
in England, he saw the Second EV. K. WHEELER who is from through here two mbpnths ago] be used for teaching recognition
Test Match at Lord's and described R Detroit, Michigan is now When on his way to the U.S.A | of the home note, pitch and such
it ss one of the things on his in Barbados as one of the 824 spent four days. He first} important interva’s as fifths and

Boston yesterday morning on his
way back home

Mr Brisbane who passecl
through here on May 26 on the
Gascogne went up to the U.K
Furope and the U.S.A. on

| Churches; 6.50 p.m. Interlude; 7.00 p
The News; 7.10 p.m. New Analys 5
7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on West ind &
| vs. Minor Counties; 7.30 to 7.45 p.1
CROSSWORD | Galling the West Indies; 8.00 p.m. Racio
Newsree!; 8.15 p.m. Short Story; 8 30

m. Nat Allen; 8.55 p.m, From the







NE 8 SSS SS



Interlude; 10.15 p.m Phffney Pe
Office; 10.45 p.m, World Affairs; 11.0%
pm. The Tichborne Claimant

MATINEES: TODAY and TOMORROW at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30
JOAN CRAWFORD — JOHN GARFIELD



pe iE Pes Ok SS SB aint in “HUMORESQUE”
with OSCAR LEVANT J. CARROL NAISH

| Editorials; 9.00 p.m. The Midcentury NS SS SSS Sa
Meeting of the British sent

enade .
certs: io. pm The News 1000 | AQUATIC CLUM CENEMA (Members Only)

tour which he would never forget associate missionaries of the Visited the island in ~~ for r} thirds. A knowledge of the sol-fa Y K Waeaes wees, Distaes,
> ‘ Funda month when he was on a pleasure} notation helped a student con- The winner of an Academy Award for “Mildred Pierce” in another
Broiight Children To Phage geal sy seen ok trip through the West Indies siderably. Such knowledge way pf x History-making Role!
School the Lady Rodney from Boston cca wea & The Garden, — St. James | #232 =sssseer eS

ing and transposition

Meteorological
Observer—B. G.

PRS. CARMEN T. de VIL- and was accompanied by his wife

LAVICENCIO of Caracas, @nd little daughter Beverley A 3 DAY SPECIAL!

Aural Training





; i ade Concerts; 4.00 p.m
the heart Compton Mackenzie, giving be c The Daily Ser
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Venezueia is now in Barbados Speaking of his trip down he x . â„¢ , va rn ee es
with her three children Magally, ong . it snes a rough and R. D. D. cee eer rhe Sa echal ae . as oe 1 to “service” fashion FRL, SAT. & SUN, 8.30 P.M. PLAZ 1 O ;
Aixa and Ivan whom she has "€ Had very little sleep as they ish Guiana, return ome | : je . ot 2. tains. ‘& — Oistin: To-day, Sar. in
brought over to put into school Were in the hurricane area and last night by the “Lady Rodney” — Fagg me merekty pe ® meceagar 4 Matinee SUNDAY 5 p.m. 4 ¥, & Sun. 5. & 6.30 p.m.
at the Ursuline Convent She the ship had to go off its cours» to resume his duties as Meteorolo- Sceraen Sani aa pool : h a 3 ‘a3 . RKO-Ra.io Spectacular Action Thriller! |
expects to be here for a year and 50 miles in order to avoid four gical Observer of the Department ibeadiniahe coal + ea haus eee it Ree at erent rest. (3) “ ”
is staying at “Seaforth”, Worthing ifferent hurricanes They were of Agriculture. He had spent two |‘ Sietichs “wiatee. ace Sent to is- | 1S This te very odd! & SPANISH MAIN
Also here for a year and stavine bowever fortunate that nothing Weeks’ holiday here and was stay- | UNguish nor chorcis | is egeondiaas dan : :
; ey i ing at Crystal Waters, Worthing. | and their n harmon ( | Color by Technicolor!
at “Seaforth” is Miss Evelia Prieto, bappened to the vessel bic. ‘Rectan told Cath yeast bation ; 2 (a) With Thousands in the cast, Headed b
Secretary of Servicios Portuarios On reaching Antigua, members , Mr es Seog the} “In ting an ay” 3 . a0 A x '§ Paul HENREID Maureen O'HARA i
pe ihe varia ~am. of the Red Cro: ‘ q terday that he went up to the In writing an essay aid Miss} 22 may be of 20 Across. (4) u ; — Maureen — Binny BARNES |
de la Aduana, a steamship con e c ss came out to the - * r Qbdeerve. (4)
: ie Gaskar Getee) Co : ship and were very active making U-X.. in March for six months Richardson, “you have a title @ | Walter SLEZAC and others— |
pan) a Gualra é - rz holiday and on his return to the ATACTAPHs, s€ntences, phrases and = Sa > ores ——— — — —_—___ —_ —__ ei
Both Mrs. Villavicencio and Miss Folicitations for funds for the West Indies, stopped in at Dom- | puncroatnay erences Bhrases a " = SS ae 8

Prieto will learn English durinz homeless. His wife and he were inica for two weeks before coming us is Bown


























sho shich She! . cross.
their long stay here st own around the island wh'ch on here to get some sea-bathing ies ea : Re x Rat yy
. prese nted a grim spectacle with ~ pe said that he was last in Bar- rane stad rid PEO LPOP PPLE PPLP PPE PPPOE LLLP LALLA EL FY
Attended Oils And ae crewirend here, there bados 15 years ago and noted the ; ee % ‘~— ee Beet. (3)
and everywhere wonderful improvements made in > Pa eee ofticers (4
Fats Talks | wren _ Mrs. Wheeler said that it was the island especially with regard he various hal! losts | Uses 18 Across, (0)
A® SWITHUN SCHOUTEN, guite an experience to see the to the traffic regulations which | *™ * closes Im & piece | Some natives wear this cloth. (4
meant of hn the ravages of the hurricane were similar to what he saw in a was vr oy ve form 7 1% Tae aon change to a Grev
ture, St. Lucia, returned home < London ‘S Simplest semse that one cou 2. i nickel is now our “silver Patrons who plan to see “Adventures of Don Juan” at the
Tiseuc Oe eee i > ’ reall appreciat long com ;-
Tuesday evening by. B Ww I A. Lost Two Churches With kc at appreciate long posi-} eibie aks namie entein, (6 2.30 Matinee on Today are reminded that they can obtain
after attending the Oils and Fat ETURNING fro Antigua 1 Booker Bros. om 2. Sth sign ot the Zodiac. (3) Light Refreshment at The PLAZA SNACK BAR before or
Conference. He was staying at yesterday morning by the R. and Mrs. Victor Gonsalves A child should have a year’s! i€ Between the “blood” and tn: after the Show!
Idramer Guest House “Lady Rodney” was Mr. SE and their three children of — training before = ing tc) i pais alee.
: White, Pre ent of th rard British Guiana are now in Barba-j ‘earn an instrument.” she said. yeaterd ~ “ mee
New York Artist Leaves [sands Mission ot a reg dos spending three months” holi-| Parents would soon’ understanc Pra ar ee Bae

Me OLAND CAMPBELL,
- well-known New York
artist, left for Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. yesterday evening afte:
spending six weeks’ hol iday at
Sam Lord's Castle He wa
accompanied by Mrs. Campbel
and their two children Butch anc
Beppi. They hope to join the
Brazilian ship “Del Plata” ai
Trinidad for New York.

First In 40 Years

AYING his first visit to hi
native Barbados after an
absence of 40 years, is Dr, A. A
Gaskin, private practitioner of
Boston, Massachusetts. He 1s
here for a short holiday and is
then going on to Trinidad wher:
he will take the Lady Nelson



Adventists. He left here on Sunday
by B.W.LA. to see what damage
had been done to their churches
as a result of the hi ane

He said that two of them were
complet ely destroyed while an-
other in Liberta towards Nelsons
Cockyard in the country side wes
spared and was housing about 140
people whose homes were
destroyed.

Leaving Sunday
ETURNING to Venezuela on
Sunday by B.W.I.A. are Mrs.

Francisco yonzaiez and three

children Asteria, Anna and Rod-

erick. They were holidaying here

fommthe past month as guests at
Crystal Waters, Worthing.

Back From Montserrat
FTER two weeks’ holiday
in Montserrat, Miss A. E,




day. They arrived last month bg
the “Lady Nelson” and are stay-

ing at No. 3 flat, Indramer
Mr. Gonsalves is with Booker
Bros.. McConnell and Co., Ltd

For Health Reasons
RRIVING in Barbados yes-
terday morning by the Lady
Rodney from Dominica for reasons
of health was Mr. R. H. John-
son, Manager of the Royal Bank
of Canada in Roseau He hopes
to be here for about two weeks
and is saying at the Hastines
Hotel.

Holidaying for a Month
ISS THELMA GONZALEZ
a nurse of Trinidad an
Miss Lydia Roodall, niece of
Hon'ble Timothy Roodall, arrived
from Trinidad by B.W.I.A. or

this need for aural training if they
were made to see its value

Miss Richardson said it was
a good thing to Msten to music and
not just hear it



Rupert ard the Back-room Boy —45

anh 4







TO-DAY 2.30 and 8.30 p.m.

and Continuing Over the Week-End at 5 an‘ 8.30 p.m.
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY MORNING at 9.30



T° LAKE-LON CHANEY









hack to the U.S.A. Penchoen of Kent House, Christ Sunday for a month’s holiday and Rupert has just finished the story wonder,"” laughs ai “He's LPIDGES ERIC FELDARY
i Pe : eka ; ; 4 ot his adventures when there is a just seen what happened to ae *OUER «J
Seifert Douglas, contractor, ing by the Lady Rodney, Indramer. piping call from 4 nearby tree, and wn Gane et he needa’ was OLER ee ea! 4
Ap ‘ : sa . e the i
— ere is but ae creature, “I've only ju ome te oy
BY THE WAY By Beachcombe cae ne a ae als an
" turns an ts ove mec.e. “Your revenge is now finished _ hap- rt
eee vy eacncomoer ae seems apiate ‘ about sor. pily Back ar vee and y an (oun 4 ALAN HALE » RO cae WARNE, A
ing, says the ir ” wane" dark bottl A MONOGRAM PICTURES ? r HONEY 8

MONG the recent major Salami eurrings going on for three hours when a le any epee ROBERT DOUGLA ANN RUTHERFORD ' 8 Noy 7 Phos.





triumphs of the statisticians ‘ m ., tall stranger knocked on the door
J HOPE that the film actress of the bishop's palace, A maid
poked her head out of an upper

mm VINCENT SHERMAN=—er JERRY WALD Spots

SUT FLAY RY SOREN OFF ENMEINE Ano RANEY RWRMETE PROM A ETORY Br MEROCAT OO.uuH MUSHE BY AH OYEnER

is the announcement that jack- who arrived here by aiy with

Dr. Gaskin is a relative of Mr. Church, returned yesterday morn- are. staying at No. 1 Flat
daws have, in the last 20 years, two salami sausages in her |
|



that if the thir as t clothes is usually something that is F "”
i urate eee ‘mown to everybody except the OR ME

ing-a-ding- people who conducted the investi- Starring
Ring * ding dong gation. A Committee has pub-

CAMPANOLOGIST has said lished the startling news that the Margaret SULLIVAN

deposived enough sticks in the handbag has set a new fashion. een eee hy ee ssstininmemecgctanempeaicisntait g
Ave carte, nm church: to:All, Probably they were for wearing [SNEl,, . slaps stranger tll TO-DAY 2:30 @ 8.30 TO-DAY Only 4.30 & 8.30 EXTRA SPECIAL — Warner-Pathe News showing Princess 3%
five carts. rather than eating. They could APPeserRL . f “And Continui , : X Elizabeth’s New Baby ‘I’’S A GIRL’ R
qr be worn as earrings, or as wrist Ast di revelation yerenes Republic Double . & i ee %
The remark mate oy a borough bangles, or unklets, or round the SFOUNGING Columbia Pictures pre 3 %
councillor—“There are surely neck instead of pearls, In the HENEVER I read rat nae 3 eee ae John WAYNE Rs oe %
quicker ways of filling carts with latter case they would go well thing or other “has been John CARROLL ¥ 7 %
Sticks”-was considered to be in with the new jumpers made of revealed” in a White-paper, IT “NO SAD SONGS . . PLAZA THEA RE >
bad taste. He was reminded, bread. It is what Mme. Sucrette Hy ig eae te mane Fre. eek In ee g
caustically, by a woman member calls the autumn food motif in of laughter. For what is :
“ A JACK WRA
FLYING TIGERS” gi cana

BRIDGETOWN ;

PLL PLLOLLPLLOS SEEPS ELPA

What

by utilitarian standards, one
would obviously not expect the
Sticks to be put in the belfry
before being loaded on to the



SOSSS
Soe

And ut TRACY oon CASTLE |
“Dark Command”

EMPIRE ROYAL

that if you have twelve bells reason why people are eating



if ee A. pura councillor said that you can ring 479,001,600 changes, more horse-meat is because there Wendell COREY ‘with POOGSSROGOPGSSP HBV ooo ole oor
the belfry eae oe carried to Life need never be ‘dull. It was is a shortage of other kinds of
leisure, te birds at their dusk in the old Cathedral Close. meat, Let us try to imagine the John WAYNE



Walter PIDGEON

ROXY ead PT Bakes HAYES
TO-DAY to Sun, 4.30 & 8.15
OLYMPIC

Columbia’s Action Double .

TO-DAY Only 4.30 & 8.15
Republic Double ,
Roy ROGERS

“MARK OF THE Dale EVANS

In

GORILLA” “BELLS OF
And SAN ANGELO”

And

“BODYHOLD” “CALL OF THE
With CANYON”



the 20 years would be. “4 ery,
The bells were pealing merrily in triumphant shouts which acc
ina what ay. As nobody a double bob raajor, : quadruple Pee. afer seen of pariect
the meetit, he. was talking about, grandsire minor snd a couple of made after months of patient
ing was adjounes, Norwich triples. This had been research, and study of statistics.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER



UN Forces Prepa
kor Big Offensive

By JULIAN BATES

GRIMLY battling United Nations troops today| +>
halted the Communist advance—at ljeast for the}'«'" 's
time being—but were tonight preparing to meet a}..couis

still bigger offensive.

All round the 125 - mile “defence box’’ today
American, British and Soutn Korean troops beat
off slackening Communist attacks, But American
Intelligence officers said that the North Koreans
still had two divisions in reserve and were moving

up new waves of tanks
convoys.

They expected the North Korean offensive to be stepped
up in the next day or two.
spokesman said the invaders were expected to “make th
maximum possible effort within the shortest possible time”’|
to exploit their recent gains.

American Ist Cavalry Divisions
units supported by air attacks beat!
off 2 Communist attacks northeast
of Waegwan without appreciable
loss according to an Eighth Army
communique. British troops on the
Cavalry Division’s left flank had
small skirmishes with Communist
patrols but had not yet been i
ported in any large scale action.

Communists were reported to
have built up their strength south
and west of the walled city of
Kasan, north of Taegu, taken from
the Americans 2 days ago. Reports
say the gap in the United Nations
line in this sector had been closed
and that invaders were held about
8 miles north of Taegu.

G.I’s Counter Attack

Heavy fighting was reported on
the western sector of the front in
the “Naktong bulge” area south o!
Taegu. The American 2nd Infantry |
Division launched a_ series of
counter attacks and beat off the
Communist attack from the east
bank of the Naktong River.

An American Army spokesman
here reported Communists in
battalion strength digging in west
of Changyong about 25 miles
south southeast of Taegu. He said
an American battalion advanced
about five hundred yards west of



Changyong to straighten’ the
American defence lines ft was}
not known here which side held |
the town itself. }

A few miles further south, !

American infantrymen pushed to

within 8 miles of the swollen
Naktong river west of the road
junction town of Yongsan. An
Eighth Army communique said

that on the south coast American
forces re-took positions lost earlier
in the day

They also repulsed an early
morning attack against the north-
ern sector of their line. The com-

munique said they continued to
destroy Communist pockets left
in the Haman area after last
week’s North Korean drive on|
Masan. |

Hampered slightly by bad

weather the. Allied Air . Worces |
continued their all-out support of

ground troops. Fighters and
fighter-bombers concentrated on
the front lines, while heavy

bombers ranged further afield to
the northeast. It was announced
today that the Second Royal Air
Force Sunderland Flying Boat}
Squadron would arrive here on)
Sunday from Singapore. The first
squadron arrived from Hons
Hong in the early days of the
campaign. |
Communists are getting ammu- |
nition through to their frontline
troops in Korea by a relay system |
of Korean villagers, according to |
American Intelligence reports here
today. |
North Korean forces i
using roads as much as possible |
hecause of United Nations air)
attacks were reported to be hand-
ing over vital supplies in small!
bundles to village headmen. |
Each village was responsible
for getting ammunition through
to the next village and so on until

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FREAN
BISCUITS

8, 1950

re U.S. Will
Arrest
£2,000 Reds

IF WAR STARTS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.

I Federal Bureau of Investi-
arrest 12,000
mmunists” if war
with Russia, a

KOREA, Sept. 7.

ady to

rou Cc



a Edigar Hoover,

ted tha
t i made this state-

hac
L0VS
A mber of the Senate Appro-
riations Committee, asking not to



me



d, Quoted Hoover as tell-
» group in a closed session
needed more funds for

: uiditional agents to keep a clos@
and men and big suvply) check on these people
| President Truman last week

asked Cengress for $6,000,000 to
finance inereused FBI activity
The Senute Committee called

Hic
| he
|



An American headquarters

» proposed to do with the money.
| Hoover was reported to have
| told the Committee that a special

reached the front. problem is posed by the fact that
In this way the movement of|half of the 12,000 “dangerous”
supplies could not be detected by! Communists — out of more than
air observers 50,000 known Communists whom
Intelligence officers added that|the FBI has been watehing—are

it

Communists were using “bayonet| American citizens, many of them
point pressure” to get South} native born 7
Korean villagers. to undertake) He was quoted as saying it
ammunition-carrier work. | would be up to the Department of
—Renter, |custice to decide whether Ameri-

|cans would be arrested immedi-

jately as well as *lens.—Reuter.

Specialised Interest
On Stock Exchange

LONDON, Sept. 7

Plane Tried
To Attack





Interest on the London Stock
jt ‘change today was specialised nN e
rather than general. The main Ss 1 Ss
focus wa n gilt-edged, which | ° e
showe es up to half a point
in the longer dated issues. Cop-]
pers and diamonds moved ahead! US. CLAIM

under support which is believed |
te be mainly European, but oil
thares were dull.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.

The American Navy acknow-
‘ ledged today that two of its fighter

Foreign bonds displayed littl@) janes shot down a Russian bomb-
movement other than in Japanese, | cy off Korea on Monday Thig
which slipped back in the absenc@} wos the first official word. The
of any further news regarding| American planes shot down the
their possible relisting on the New twin-engined Soviet craft when,
York market and also on the g€N-! sccording to United States charges,
eral news from the Far East. —_lit attempted to attack United Na-

Quiet support was given to iN*|iions naval forces.
dustrials, notably those issues with | When the incident was first re-
a war potential, The Kaffir mar-| ported, the State Department said
ket was given some support which |i, pomber “opened fire upon the
is believed to be mainly European. | ty jteq Nations fighter patrol

Reuter. {hich returned its fire and shot
re ee” aoe | | down’. 2 ti :
The Navy had no information
Th W that would support the Moscow
€ eather statement that two other Russian

planes were in the vicinity, or that
11 American fighters took part in
the brief fight, he said.

Moscow also contended that the
destroyed bomber was on a train-
ing flight and was unarmed. The

Sun Rises: 5.51 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.05 p.m,

Moon (New September 11
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

12.26 a.m.,

|
|
TO-DAY |
|

High Water:

|Navy spokesman said the action

vee ony ltook place about 30 miles from
infall (Codrington) the centre of the task force.

— a . | ‘The State Department announce-

ment of the incident had said the
bgmber passed over the screening
ship and continued toward the

Total for Month to
Yesterday: 2.38 ins.

Temperature : ook od
}centre of the formation “in a hos

(Max.) 87.0 ° F, tile manner”, :
Temperatu President Truman said today

(Min.) 72.5 ° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)

K. (3 p.m.) E. by N.
Wind Velocity 8 miles per

hour
Paremeter (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.871.

‘that the Russian plane ineident off
! Korea was a matter for the United
| Nations to consider. In addition,
ji: was a United Nations plane
|vrhich did the shooting down, he

Jere at his weekly press confer-

ence. He declined further com-
ment.—Reuter.

Ore Carrier Will Do 3

Days Work In 8 Hours

(From Our London Correspondent) be cleared in eight hours as com-~

TT, LONDON, Sept. 7. |pared with three days by present
As part of their $14,500,000 pro- | methods, will be used to pares
ramme for the development of| port bauxite from Jamaica to the
amaica’s bauxite resources, Rey-( ports in the United States.

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nolds Jamaica Mines Ltd. have Weighing 15,000 tons, this oN
this week placed an order for a| carrier will be constructed _ e
self-unleading ore carrier with| firm’s shipyard at Barrow-~-in-Fur-
the well-known 3ritish firm} ness. It will unicad at the rate

n
lof 1,400 tons per hour (

It is unknown when the carrier
will be sent to Jamaica.

Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. The car-
rier, which has several special |
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French Grab | 3 Antigua
208 Reds In Churches

Spy Raids Destroyed







i
PARIS, Sept. 7. | (Bashbados Advocate Correspondent)
> re ats my > > ° errr . -
; : aoe oes a Fetes for} ANTIGUA, Sept. 7
jentity checks In Marseilles where | The most tragic sight is the

2,000 had been questioned in all.| ruins ot

5 Antigua’s ancient ch th,
A Ministry of the Interior offic ial} Sy eu a cate’ tater

Pael’s at Falmouth, the island



said that “some Russians” were | y Wooden parish church
among those detained. They did} jjueeto the destruction of it
not say whether these were Se jrecords in a previous hurricane
viet Nationals or White Russian |: is’ not defiaite whether the pre
refugees. 1 oe ¢ : ‘ a ;
‘ in ructure i the original
In the Ariege Department in \dmiral Loyd Nelson frequent

Southwestern France which bord-



j
ers Spain, 30 Spanish commard- |, aa oe aes ue aot ve
mith were detained slawon at English Harbour
Many naval men are buried ther

Later it was learned that Prench | ihe | tnx famous being Willian
ounter espionage agents in wide. | Pitt's n, whe ched November 13
spread secret raids detained 208} ') 80. Charles Pitt, son ef the Bar
alien Communists. The main op- |of Chatham, aged 20, was Com
erations were carried out and}mender-in-Chiel of the H.M-f,
were believed still to. be going on | Horne
in Paris, Lille, Strasbourg, Mul-
house, Toulouse and Marseilles Canon C. M, M, Howell has bee >
Ministry officials said operations ]Rector there since 1920. As a re-
were not directed against the|sult of the severe hurricane 0»
Communist Party particularly, but | August 31, the pulpit stands in tl
igainst “Fifth Columnists”. midst of a pathetic wreck

A Ministry spokesman added Two other Anglican chapels
“They had been prepared for a] were completely demolished. Th
long time and were in accordance Jonly visible part of little S
with the Prime Minister's state-]Augustine’s is the bell. St, Ba
ment that the Government is de«{tholomew’s at *"illikic \ com
termined to put Fifth Columnists] pletel® wrecked
in their places.”

When their cases have been] Seventy years ago stone and
studied, people whose expulsion ]/ime was the gift of William Good-

win and the villagers erected we
‘hapel themselves. One hundred
and ten years old Parham Church,

has been decided on, will be ex-
pelled very quickly, he said, “They
will be taken to whichever fron-





tier they choose. But if they dofWhich has lost the side built by

not want to be expelled they witl{!nglish masons, is one of the few

have to reside in such villages as foctagonal churches There are

the authorities may decide.” nly three others in the world

A usually well informed source [5'. George's and St. James are

said that forced domictles will be} roofles His Lordship Bisho»

mostly in North Africa,—Reuter, }Néethaniel Davis heard yesterday
Qf a damaged porch ar ry

his Barbuda chureh WW

; very concerned about the fate of

; b the hurche in Aneuilla S!

Brazil Celebrates |\"" 0°



Independence Day

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 7

Thirty-five thdusarid mén par-
ticipated in the military. parade
today in celebration of the Bra- OF BG. FOOTBALLER

zilian Independence Day. (From Our Own Correspondent)

Huge erowds watched while GEORGETOWN
troops marched ‘past ‘in’ an’ im- I'wenty-seven-year-old Patrick
pressive display’ with American} Mydman has been charged with
made armoured and mechanised|the murder last Saturday night o
anits. Mr. R. P, (Bobby) Young, veteran

The Brazilian, Air Foree also}.P.G Intercolonial Foetballer, at
took part with 50 combat planes.€)'Aguiar's Imperial House He

—Reuter...lims been remanded ¢ r+ 7 day

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ship roll is full.

has been reduced.

With the formation of two other clubs
there will be more room for boys of various
districts‘and there will be a corresponding
demand for public assistance.
nection the general public have responded
well and those who have not been able to
give personal attendance at the club have
given financial assistance.

The formation of. a committee, as was
announced yesterday, will give wider scope
to the direction of the elubs and bring
varied interests to bear on the proposed
programmes which are offered.

It has now become possible not merely
to give the lads attending opportunity to
play games but a Physical Culture class
will give them the oppoxtunity to build
In addition to this there

'

healthy bodies.

is a scheme for gardening. The
provides a fund for purchasing seed and
boys of different patrols or sets will be
responsible for the flowers or the vegeta-
The money from the sale of
these will be handed to the boys, less the
cost of the seed; and it is hoped to be able
to raise a competition between the various

bles grown.

sets.

The need now is for more books and
jother literature and the service of, those
who will give “readings” and conduct
other literary sessions in the evening.

Heartened by the public response and
the progress made in the short existence
of the club, the Committee are anxious to
launch a similar club for girls or a Mixed

ADVOGATE

SSS fosew oJ
Printed by the Ad@voeate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown.

Friday, September 8, 1950

BOYS’ CLUB

THE suecess of the Bay Street Boys’ Club
has been so great that it has encouraged
Colonel Michelin to attempt the formation
of other clubs in other areas. A scheme is
on foot for one such club in Pinfold Street
and the other in Speightstown.
cases buildings have been acquired and
will soon be fitted up for club purposes.
The Bay Street Club has been catering
to boys who are really in need of recrea-
tional facilities and some place where they
can enjoy healthy entertainment.
object has been achieved and the member-
At all hours of the day
and during the early hours of the evening
boys have made use of the facilities of the
club; and it is noticeable and satisfying that
the number of lads playing on the street

|
|
|
|

| ber ist. a letter

contained what
In both

to do that to the
Some of my

strained”
too restrained it
eause I dislike

This

ating iehestiminnitiiainaincmalmacaii nit ae

When I first t
this particular r
it was because



very strong impression that some
things were definitely not as they
| should be, in connection with the
electricity supply in this island,

j mat the more

In this con-

| Company offici
‘place blame for

makers of

In the ADVOCATE of Septem-
dent about the Public Utilities Act,

lenge to anyene who can explain
how the Act will benefit the com-
munity, so this article will attempt

have been described as “very re-
in tone.

other forms of inaccuracy,
for lack of more definite informa-
tion was obliged to base some of
my ideas at least partly on sur-
mise, plus what technical knowl-
edge and experience I have.

matter, the stronger this impres-
sion became. Statements made by

the war, the Government, and the
defective

R. E.

from a correspon -

seems like a chal-
Go so.

best of my ability.

; : been wrong in
previous articles 8

aS thes “sears to-day, presents

was probably be-
exaggeration and
and

the requisite

hrew my hat into merely with

ing last February,
I had formed a

provided in the

I looked into the of 1899 and

als appeared to
their troubles on

ada or the Royal

engines, oq Police.

whereas it seemed to me that a

good deal of it might fairly be
_ attributed to short-sighted poli-

cies followed by
some years
gan.

partial

only guess at,
club
, not
Company, but I



B'ectric Compan
strong case for



forming policies

Events of the
make this even
We now have

ther increase

nate if they do

Club. But ‘the going must be slow and the

ground well prepared before this ambitious
Welfare and Probation

scheme is begun:

Officers have, joined the Committee and it
only now remains for the public to main-

tain that interest in a project which has
come none too soon to remove what was a
growing social blot on the community.
Youth Clubs bring to the young certain
associations and afford children oppor-
tunities which will prevent them from
becoming unwanted members of society
and to enable them to contribute some-
They deserve a
great measure of public support

thing to community life.

encouragement,



SIRENS

THOUSANDS of people in Bridgetown heard
In less than fifteen
thousands of people would have been
al “hid there been a hurricane coming and
taken steps to arouse others who did

the siren at noon yesterday.
secon

would have
not hoae

hurricanes. The

‘within its range.

Yesterday's siren which was operated from
Coleridge Street in Bridgetown was heard as far 42
afield as Black Rock, Savannah and Erdiston
That is a wide range over
built-up areas, although it is by no means com-
prehensive of. Bridgetown and all its suburbs,

‘Training College.

the hurricane siren,
portant to remember that the use of the sirens
are not intended to replace, only to supplement
existing methods of communicating warnings of
n important advantage
gained from a siren is the instantaneous notifi-
cation it makes to thousands of people who come

Hardly three
country was in

its history. We

We had, in
and

before the war be-

I began by suggesting that there
should be an independent and im-
enquiry into the whole
| question, to ascertain the facts be-

yond dispute, but the Government
vas evidently decided otherwise,
perhaps because
_ knowledge of things that I could

| available to me.
| little about the Gas Company and
much about the Telephone

cumulated enough facts about the

sponsible authority in Barbados to
represent the general public in

cisions in future, instead of leav-
ing ourselves in the hands of a
Board of Directors

that new machinery will be hard-
er to obtain and probably more
costly, and the outlook is for fur-

round. There may be little pros-
pect of any reduction in rates for
electricity, and we shall be fortu- I

one of the most critical wars in

considerable (but
percentage of our entire available
might against an enemy which we
were at first prane to laugh at,
aud he had rolled us back to a
disvressed beachhead.

remote battles in
Korean towns, lost
raore materia] as the invasion of
Normandy cost us in a war which

the Company for older Acts have

it has certain That in
from the facts
I know very

feel I have ac- cidental but

y to make a very
having some re-

and making de-
exploited for
profit,
in England.
past two months
more necessary.

to face the fact

holders and the

lic utilities it is

in inflation all

growth of the

think there
not go up in the



Ry Hob

weeks ago this
danger of losing

had commited a

still’ ‘5 t) It was feared

as much or

involved countiess more men. Our :

cur morvar and
second place

It is very «an-

to be

ter if either of
evcurred:

hed armies into

It is already obvious that a greater number of

sirens will be necessary and perhaps more power-

ful sirens can be obtained at the same time.
Yesterday’s test was sufficient encouragement

to warrant further experiments and it is hoped

doubts, It was

tanks no longer could hope to
compete with the Russian tanks;

enemy and his infiltrations and
encirelements were cleanly supe-
rior, We had had the hell kicked

a fello

k
howitzer fire tool ood ne Stars

to -that of - the

SMYTHIES.

we should have some say in the
matter and not be forced to pay
more unless we are satisfied that.
it is necessary and fair for us to

It is my opinion that the past
policy of the Company has also

ters and that the plant as it exists

for the future, that must be solved
somehow in the best interests of
the island and its progressive de-
velopment, and not only from the
viewpoint of the shareholders.
do not know how this can be done
effectivel}? exccpt by a Board as
provided in the
authority
advisory
which would be practically use-
less in my opini
taken to the extent of the powers

these have been on the Statute
Book for over 40 years already,
as they are embodied in the Acts
1907, though
have never been used, Incidental-

ly, these Acts are based on stand-

ard British practice of the time, of
and have no connection with Can-

have sometimes
why the powers embodied in these

at least to the extent of investiga-
ting the affairs of the Electric
Company in recent years.
reason may be the essential diffi-
culty that exists for members of
the Administration called upon to
try to cope with highly technical
matters, of which they can have
on’y slight knowledge at the best.
itself is another strong
argument for setting up a proper-
ly constituted body that includes
qualified technical personnel, and
has the power to engage the ser-
vices of others if needed. An in-
important
would be a marked improvement
in relations between the Com-
panies and the public, which can
only be brought about by the pub-
lie feeling convinced that it is
having a fair deal and not being
the
It is a most important
function of the Board to hold the
scales fairly between the share-

In the operation of these pub-

creasing demand for its services
is evidence that
this has not been done very well
near future. I feel strongly that in Barbados in the past and it

BY CHRISTMAS?

MADISON, WIS.

destroy all our hopes ot strength
ening the Korean beachhead.

soldier, too, that too many politi-
cos voo far from the reality
the war, were popping off alarm-
ingly. For perhaps the first time
in our history none of our fight.
ing men wanted to
loud boasts of what they, as re-
presentatives of the biggest and
richest nation, could do to
opponent on earth,

“Here’s a bum wants
fight Russia right now,” I heard
say in Taegu, while he

We ean’t even beat these gooks.”
The whole mood of the Korean

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ic May Be Later |
Than We Think

MLE.LC
eBse Bet «

will be
Board to take pi

cing thereof.

engineering mat-

of the Board.

a serious problem
experience and

ous activities,

e

superannuation

.25 any additional
Act, armed with
ar} n0t very little net
powers,
in mind when m
suggestion that
be honorary, as
overlooked in th

on, Exception is
Act, but most of

they

the
says, that. “....
ficates will not
chinery,...”, bu
try to see that
more suitable ty

Canadian Mount-

wondered

not been invoked have

One
Engiand,

I submit that th

leaves much to

future, we are 1
benefit

solved as well

shareholders’

people of
general public.
and the policies
by all the utilit
vitally important

to plan ahead for several years,
in order to provide for the natura:

system with in-

nection, it may
think,

Cr~ ‘dime

driven into

by the front line

of

its most

hear any

means

any through the att

In time we'll

us tO gets help in a v

and Stripes “and tuous and

another function of the

plans for future expansion, and

It may not be easy to find men
of the right calibre who are abl
and willing to serve as members

would be men of mature age an’

naturally have private incomes o:

taxation into account.

taxation. It is necessary to make
sure that the Board is not com-
posed of mere job-hunters lacking
the essential qualifications.

It is true enough, as the author
above-mentioned

could also see that if we must
these periodical
outs’, it is because they are really
unavoidable, and not inflicted or
us by the decision of someone in
over-ruling the judg-
ment of the local officials.

To sum up as briefly as possible,

evidence that the past
ance of the Electric

that the right of the Company to
exonerate itself from all blame is
very questionable.

times with little prospect of im-

possible for all concerned.
public and the shareholders alike
It seems to me that the
ments are overwhelming for th
Barbados to have a
voice in the decisions to be made

are so dependent.

The present internatiomal situa-
tion gives some urgency to th:
matter, and so far as the Electri:
Company is concerned in this con-



His ribs are beginning to show
and more and more he must be

he brutal consequences,
He'll attack again and

by vhis he will create only higher
mounds of his dead — now rot.

the air of the dismal land with
suffocating of
He'll attack because to
death and, if

will eat what we drop.

from Red China or Redder Rus-
sia, he'll have to begin the tor-
treacherous
drawal which — in all probability
— will continue into vhe
North Korean winter.

The entrance of

out of us and, worse, we knew it

The dirty, discouraged Ameri-
cens and the South Koreans who
made their final stand along \he
Naktong and made it stick in the
face of both torrentia] and subtle
enemy attack, felt that they could
no longer hold the leaky perime-

those two events

Chinese
the field;

A massive enemy bombing
ci Pusan, the porv through which
the entire defense fed.

To these great fears — which
still have not completely disap-
peared — were added gnawing

felt that Russia,

to try all five available sirens next week, Sirens cozily in the position of being
willbe. sounded simultaneously from police |2ble ‘to start similar — incidents
sta at Speightstown, Boarded Hall, Brittons in perhaps half a dozen sectors

Police Station and Hastings Police Station.



OUR READERS SAY

Traffic Hints
Here lies the body of
Adolphus Hoad

He did not stop’ at a
Major Road.

* * °

To the memory of our
beloved Claire

She did not cross at the
Please Cross Here.

* * *
Buried here
Squires

He skidded to death
On four worn tyres.

is Timothy

* * te

Our beloved sister
Elizabeth Drakes rode
her bicycle without any
brakes.

e

Killed at the wheel was
Sydney Wright
He would not hear
he was tight.

* *

that

No right
sign said

James turnéd right
now he (s derd.

turn the road

Here lie the bones of
Everton Reed

He broke them all with
too much speed.

To, The Editor, The Advocate,
Sir,—May I draw to the atten-
tion of your readers who do not
observe the traffic regulations and
take the necessary precautions to
avoid accidents, that tomb-stone
verses similar to the above may
be obtained from “The Barbados
Tomb-Stone Publishing Company.

GRAVEYARD TOM,
Director.

Walcott Fund
To, The Editor, The Advocate,

Sir, — We learned from O. S
Coppin through this medium that
Sonny Ramadhin, on his return to
Trinidad will be given a Bungalow
and two cars, apart from other
gifts and money from his various
admirers. From this same source
we learned that Alfred Valentine
will receive gifts and money apart
from the G'eaner’s “Start in life”
fund \ member of the Cricket
Board of Control in the p
the “Trinidad Guardian,’

week, made reference

ges of





some
ne la

of the world, might do so apd

war has changed in the past two
weeks. Our muscles are beginning
vo bulge within the confines of
the tight. perimeter, We have,a
solid line, at last, where two
weeks ago it was solid only on
the war maps in the newspapers
-— which failed to show gaps as
wide as a mile between units.
The “merchandise” is arriving
end being svacked against the day
we begin to move, And, best of
wll, there are for the first time
in the two months of the war
sufficient reserves and the men
who have lived through vhe
fighting to date have become past
n:asters of a kind of warfare un-
like any this country has ever
been called upon to fight. "4

Our planes, superior from ‘the
start, have broken the enemy’s
bridges, chewed up -his_ trans-
por’ and made it ‘necessary for
him to live on the parched land.

to believe the leaflets which we
have been dropping on him by
millions: that he, a pitiable

the

puppet, is now

hosts from perhaps two

Lnited Nations,

tones in the gun:

him — tones made by British,
Australian, French, New Zealand,| and the ho
Pakistan,
South African and other guns.

Siamese,

For all he knows, by Chrismas ane
he might be opposed in the north] of Britain,
by Russian” guns — for there is
no limit to Soviet treachery or to

the Soviet’s abili

bewilder the world. It would lei

an unsuccessful

the drain without a

bare.facedly claim the gratitude | ; adi eat
of the free world for having pull- made to ensure

ed the stopper,



to Worrell and Weekes receiving
“A tidy sum” at the end of the
cricket season in England. All of
this is for their various perform-
ances on the present West Indian
tour to England.

Now Sir, what of Clyde Wal-
cott? Is he not among the
worthies? Can’t somebody start a
“Walcott appreciation fund’? This
is the time for all true—blue all
wool sportsmen to show their ap-
preciation not only to a member
of the victorious West Indian
team but also to a great batsman
and one of the Best wicket keep-
ers in the world.

GEORGE SPENCER.

White Park Road,
St. Michael,
Sept. 4, 1950.

Barbados From N.Y.
To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—I was born in Barbados
and lived there twenty one years,
so I know how conditions are
there Leaving the island and
having been in New York so far,
I am getting on fine, as it is a
beautiful place, and I do hope |
will be successful in all I intend
to study. I never went to col-
lege, but I think I can expres
a few ideas I have about the

place where I was born.and love

Hy

E.



COMMUNISM—AND THE
COLONIAL STUDENT

bb. Timothy |
|

‘LONDON.

NO one is inclined to pay much attention

to student opinions about world affairs.

But

in Britain to-day, there is a group of over

art in formulating

four thousand students.
worth worrying about. They are the students
the proper engineering and finan-|who have travelled from Britain’s colonies

whose views are

in the West Indies and Africa, across the seas

education.
The ideal type

judicial tempera-

Such men would
to live on, and
income from the

gain after taking
I had this
aking my original
the appointments
the point is often

ese days of heavy|of them. In

























philosophy.

aspirations.

t :
ct system which

orders and certi-
mend faulty ma-
t the Board could
machinery of a
pe is installed. lt

‘black-

ere is no lack of
perform -
Company

be desired, and] such students

As for the
iving in troubled

new arrivals.
assiduously in

and as fairly as
the
argu-

0.
to be followed f

ies on which we

be later than we

again,

‘smells,
refuse} and cultural
he lives
ack, it means he

move. Unless he

with-

bitter

dozer
By that time he

Ss arrayed against

aeenae, attitude has

ty to confuse and

puppet go down

qualm and| Unchallenged.

in the end.

ANS.

social conditions.
Because Britain’s Communists have set them
selves the task of capturing the allegiance
of the Colonial student.

The Communists in Britain take every
opportunity to seek out the overseas student
—particularly those students who come with-
out official assistance.

With the subtlety and smug hypocrisy which
has always clouded their real designs, the
Communists make it their business to meet

young students.
munists strive to bias the minds of Colonials
against democracy as a way of living.
What is Britain doing in face of this attack
Communism
Various bodies are now counter-attacking—
the Colonial Office, the British Council and
Christian Organisations.
year, the Colonial Office arranged for certain
aspects of the welfare of Colonial students
to be undertaken by the British Council.
At Chelsea, in London, the Ministry of
Works are now busy transforming the Hans
Crescent Hotel
bought for almost £250,000) to the standard
of a University Hall for Colonial students.
On completion, this building will become a
notable centre of social intercourse, and wi!]
battle — or suffer] provide accommodation for 200 students.
On October 1, the Methodist Church in
but the feeling rises in Korea that} Britain will formally open a Methodist In-
ternational House at Bayswater, London.
ting along the Naktong and filling] Both British and Colonial students, totalling
about 70, will reside in this hostel.

drama, art and music groups. Miss Hilda
Porter, the warden, told me the central aim
was to have English and Overseas students
ivid way, such as] living together as members of one family.
These plans for Colonial students do not
always find approval. A remarkable attack
was made last week by Prependary H: J. R.|

Osborne, Vicar of St. Saviour’s, Chelsea, who
By Christmas he should be able| described the Hans Crescent Hotel project
as “reckless Government expenditure.” Foi
those who live outside Britain, such criticism
confronted by} may tend to carry much weight, but it has.
in fact, no colour bar foundation whatever.
will have heard new and angry} Such criticism has to be looked
light of British post-war living conditions
using famine.

money being lavished on next year’s Festival
Why it
money not go to housing?

The Communist
Qolonial students in Britain is not going

to the Mother Country, in search of higher
These young men and women
now pursuing various courses of study in
British Universities and the inns of Court,
ment, presumably retired froim|are the potential leaders of the Africa and
full-time participation in strenu- West Indies that shall be! )

It is within their power to alter the existing
relationship of loyalty and goodwill between
Board would probably represent; Britain and the colonies for good'or ill. What
is happening?

Communism confronts these
and undoubtedly makes its appeal to many

students—

many of their minds there

clearly exists a misconception of the Marxist
They are apt to regard Com-
munism as the sole panacea for their national]| '
They see it as the only political

promises equality and better
Why has this come about’

on their arrival in England.

The British pocket-Stalins offer unsolicited
help in meeting the undoubted post-war
accommodation problem in Britain.

provement and some possibility of] provide accommodation of some kind for the
worse things ahead of us. This
means that difficult problems exisi
and must be faced squarely anc

They
At the same time, they labour

influencing the minds of these
By such methods, the Com

on Colonial students?

In January, this

(which the Government

Social

activities here will include

at in the



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Just the same
led British pgotests against

is asked, should the

campaign to attract
Constructive efforts are being

that democracy will win

A ney ee >

Someday I hope to return and
many of the improvements I see
out here make me think of my
country and people. -

I have read in your newspape:
where someone spoke about hav-
ing a Christian Association for the
young women. I should say that
the person who mentioned that
had a good thought and I do hope
it will come to pass soon. Such a
beautiful place like Barbados
needs improvement; and our giris
need help and incentive. It does
not matter where you have come
from or who you are, we all are
one, we must help those who need
help.

I have also read where sgme
one said something about taking
good care of the conductors an
drivers; and paying them better
wages which I know is necessary
But it is understood that the fares
will be raised, First think of the
poor people who would not be able
to take a ride on a bus or a car
because of the fares. I should say
the persons who think of such
things should look at both sides of
the picture. Don’t think of one
set of people, but of all. What
about the poor domestic servants
and clerks; the very small wages
won't allow for raised fares. How

would they get to their work?
Increased

wages for one group next door

must bring increased wages for
all groups.

Please look into such things.
Our country needs a lift all
around, that is, more wages, bet-
ter attention, and also more strict
regulations. I do hope to see and
hear about these improvements
for my country Barbados.

C. P. ROETT.
C/o Mrs. C. Dillion,
1175 Park Avenue,
New York City,
U.S.A,
August 30, 1950.

Antiguan Hurricane

To, The Editor, The Advocate,

Sir.—Readers to your paper
may be interested in the follow-
ing experience of the hurricane
taken from a letter.

AN ANTIGUAN.
Sept. 6, 1950.
“The
a gentle
Thursday night's
terrible and the damage is ap-
palling—as much, if not more in
town than country this time. We
have 38 sheets of galvanise in our
yard at the moment—some from
our own roof and some from
We had to cut dowr

hurricane was
compared with
efforts. It was

previous
breeze



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office and the door burst open
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them up. We nearly lost the
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everything out,

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west. It was fearful. At the
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blew in so we had to stand up
there, with rain pouring through
the broken windows like a hose
and the wind almost hurtling us
down the stairs, and try to get
them shut again. The upper part
of the house was rocking round
us and the illumination was from
lightning. Before we could get
the windows fixed the wind
forced the end wall out of the
house. The bed room walls were
cracking and the floor heaving so

—_—_————$——



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the living room

Mitchell Michael’s storehouse
roof is completely off-—just peeled
off like an orange. A tidal wave
swept many houses into the sea
at Greenbay and many fishing
boats and a schooner were lost
At the Bridge houses by the
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R. 8, 1950



The Siren’s Wail

Did Not Go Far

Soap Factory Whistle Was Louder

THREE BLASTS were sounded on the siren in Coleridge

Street at,noon yesterday.

When the first started all the

girls on the top floor of the West Indian Knitting Mills
building which is opposite the Central Station, where the

siren was installed, rushed
gazed enquiringly at the re

Thieves Grab
$200 From
St. Thomas Shop

WO HUNDRED DOLLAKS in
cash was reportea’ stolen from
the provision shop of Edwara
Arthur at Porey Spring, St.
‘vhomas.
Arthur told the Police that his
shop was broken and entered be-
tween 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday and

7.00 am. on Wednesday and the |

money taken.
F THE 11 TRAFFIC offences
recorded yesterday, three
cyclists were charged for riding

to the windows pointing and
d-painted siren.

In one of the District “A”
Police Courts a small excited
crowd stampeded through the

Court door into the yard only to
| be stopped from entering the maiz:

| gate that leads to the Traflic
| Office,
At Eagle Hall, twelve o'clock

came and went but not even the
hawkers under the shops made
; a stir.

| Island Constable
Mayers, caretaker of the Roxy
Theatre, said that he heard a
faint sound but he supposed it
was because he was accustomed
| to hearing sirens.

| Mr. W. A, Richardson, an em-
ployee of Highways & Transport,
said that he heard the sound at
midday at King Street but it
was not very loud. He said that
the whistle at the Soap Factory

Herbert



taeir cycles without a _lightea
lamp to the front.
Two motorists were charged

with parking in restricted areas
and two others for not having

lighted rear lamps on _ their
vehicles,
Two more motorists were

charged for driving in a manner
cangerous to the public and
another for not stopping at a
major road.

One charge was brought against
a conductor for carrying passen-
gers in excess.

ACEY THORNE of Drax Hall

Road, St. George, was in-

jured in an accident along Drax
Hall Road recently. He is now
cetained at the General Hospital
suffering from a broken right foot,

Also involved in the accident
was a bicycle owned and ridden
by Joseph Barnes of Drax Hall
Road.

EV. LESLIE CLARKE,
Founder of the Barbados
Youth Movement, has been in-
vited to the Session of the
People’s World Convention which
will take place at Geneva on
December 30. He was also asked
to become a member of the
International Liaison Council.
At present the activities of the
People’s World Convention has
been going on in forty different
countries but very little has been
done in Barbados.

ARROWS C.C. so far, has

gained first innings points in
their B.C.L. cricket match against
Belleplaine at the Barrows grounds
cn Saturday.

Belleplaine, who batted first,
knocked up 225 runs. In reply
Barrows are 242 for the lost of 7
wickets.

For Barrows, F. Greaves, their
opening batsman, 69, H. Corbin
also 69, and H. Agard 49. These

batsmen were responsible for
breaking down the Belleplaine
bowlers.

For Belleplaine, I. Bourne took
4 wickets and T. Smith 2. The
match continues tomorrow,

-NIGHT AT 7.45 O'CLOCK,
the Police Band, under Capt.
Cc. E. Raison, will play for the
Junior Barbados Dramatic Club
who are presenting two one-act
plays at the Drill Hall. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Bay Street
Boys’ Club.
LEXANDER BREWSTER of
Edgecliffe, St. John, re-
ported to the Police that his
liquor and provision shop at the
same address was set on fire at
about 11.30 p.m. on August 3.
He said that a window on the
western side, two uprights and a
portion of the flooring was
damaged.

Jail And



FOR “EMIGRATION”
AGENT

Thirty-two-year old Walter
Burton Hinds a Commission
Agent of Pinfold Street was sen-
tenced to six months’ imprison-
ment and fined £10 when he was
found guilty by His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. C. Walwyn, Magistrate of
District “A” yesterday, of the
first three of charges
of false pretences.

Hearing of the other four charges
has been adjourned until Novem-
ber 7.

In the first case Hinds was
found guilty of obtaining from
Errol Nurse on August 5 the sum
of $10 by pretending that he
would get him to America on the
For this

seven

Emigration Scheme.
Hinds was fined £10.

The second and third were
similar charges of which he was
found guilty of obtaining $10 from
Lutha Nurse on August 5 and
$10 from Kenneth Clarke on
August 11 promising both of them
that he could also get them on
the Emigration Scheme.

The centence for the second
charge was two months’ imprison-
ment and the third four months
imprisonment with hard labour.

In giving sentence in the second
charge Mr. Walwyn told Hinds:
“J have found you guilty. This
is a ease where you have set out
to rob these people by your wits.
I am sending you to prison.”



Trinidad’s C.C.
Joins Americas’
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5

The Trinidad Chamber of Com-
merce has been taken into mem-





bership of the newly formed
Chamber of Commerce for the
Americas Jamaica has already
taken up membership the ne
hamber Its first 1 va
tended by Trinidad iL



A, Shenfield

Adviser, M A

Hard Labour : including firewood, charcoal,

j}at Government Hill which also
goes off at midday could be heard
more easily.

In the Carrington’s Village,
Hall’s Road and Roebuck Street
districts the sound of the siren
was clear though not loud. Some
people merely looked about them
for a second or two and continued
on their way quite unconcernedly.

Perhaps the direction of the
wind or the bustle with shipping
on the waterfront prevented
schooner captains and clerks in
offices around the wharf from
‘hearing the siren when it went off.

One clerk told the “Advocate”
yesterday when the clock in the
office showed 12 noon he remem-—
bered the hurricane alarm was
to be given. When he did not hear
it, he was wondering whether or
not the trial was postponed.

A schooner captain sa.d that he
was too much taken up with the
unloading of his ship to listen for
the alarm, but he was sure he
would have heard it if it were
loud enough.

He sad that the ships in the
Careenage would stand a_ better
chance of hearing it during the}
night when the business of the
day was finished. {

There were others around the
waterfront who were apparently

Sc en aS nn SERS



disappointed that they did not
hear the siren. At one time the
Government craft “Ida” gave a

loud blast with her horn and this
fooled many.

Most of the people living in
Beckles Road did not hear the
siren yesterday. On enquiring at
the Almshouse the Advocate was
told that a few people only knew
that the siren went off when they
were told by others who had been
in town and heard it.

Residents in Crab Hill, St.
Lucy, -Four Roads, St, John
and Belleplaine St. Andrew said
that although on the alert they
did not hear the wailng of the
siren.

Workers in the fields were told
by the Police to listen out for any
alarm around noon. These said
that they listened but did not hear
anything. One woman said she
heard a whistle but was certain
it was not the blast of a siren.



“Frances Smith’’
Brings 1,000
Bags Of Rice

A thousand bags of rice arrived
in the island yesterday morning
by the schooner “Frances W.
Smith” which called from British
Guiana. The “Smith” has_ taker
its berth in the inner basin where
it will begin to discharge its cargo
today.

Other sciiooners calling at Bar-
bados were the “Rosarene” from
British Guiana, the “Mandalay I.”
and vhe “Adalina” from St. Lucia.
These vessels brought a mixed

cocoanuts, wallaba posts and. poles
and also fresh fruit.

During the evening, the “Carib-
bee” came in from Dominica with
cargo chiefly made up of fresh
fruit. .



Indian
Commissioner For
B.W.I. Appointed

(From Our Own Corrcspondetit)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
Fhir Anand Moham Sahay is
the new Indian Commissioner for
the British West Indies and Brit-
ish Guiana, He succeeds Profes-
sor Satya Charan, whose term of
cffice expired in May. Born in
1898, Sahay was Private Secretary
to Dr, Rajandra Prasad, President
of the Republic of India. He has
been associated with the Indian
National Congress. He worked in
Japan in 1923 as lecturer and
publicist, and in 1926 he organised
the Asia Conference at Nagasaki.
Sahay will leave India within a

cuuple of days for Trinidad.



KILLED IN ACCIDENT

(From Our Own

| Corresponden*

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.

George Govia and Peter Bun-
yun, two Trinidad youths, were
killed instantly in a vehicular
accident shortly after midnight on
September 5. Employees of Alcoa
Steamship Company, they were re-
from
hac
30rden,
| the
|

turning to
Fiarco Airport, where
gone to see off Mr. M
Trinidadian,

Port-of-Spain
they
D.
enother also of
Alcoa Company
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States.










Mr. Bunyun, had himself re-
cently returned from the United
States, where the company had
sent him on a two-year course He
j was to assume duties as head of

. | the s ca handling de-
| partmer ith office the P
l f-Spain Wharves

who left here to;



Team Leaves
For B.G.

The three-man Barbados tennis |




‘eam to tak in the Tennis



part

| resiaence atter Mr
| w.ll be buy ng the old parochial
| medical officer’s residence agreed

‘hampionship of the West Indies
n British Guiana left by B.W.LA. |
at 2.00 p.m. yestreday It com-
prises E. P. Taylor (Capt.), Dr
C. G. Manning and D, E. Worme
The series consists of four |
singles matches and one doubles
match and begins on Monday,

September 11, The team expects
to be away for about two weeks

Mr. Taylor told the Advocate
yesterday that this is the first
time Barbados is taking part in
these championships which were
in force for three years and if
everything goes as anticipated,
they expect to stage a tournament
in Barbados in 1952-53

He said that the draw has not
yet been announced, but it is un-
derstood that Jamaica will be
ceded, therefore, Barbados will
either have to play British Guiana
or Trinidad in the first round.

The team is a representative one
and he will be definitely playing
one of the singles and men’s
doubles with Dr. Manning, leav-
ing the other singles to be decided
after practising under the flood-
lights which are something entirely
new to them.

Floodlights—Better Crowd

He said that the reason for play-
ing under floodlights is that a bet-
ter crowd is anticipated than play-
ing during the afternoon when
some of the matches might have
to be replayed due to the limited
hours. ,

He considers that if they are
lucky enough to draw British
Guiana in the first round, they
would have a fair chance of beat-
ing them. On the other hand, if
they draw Trinidad, he is certain
they will put up a good show, hav-
ing played against Munro and
Inglefield and beaten them in the
doubles in Barbados two years
ago.

The singles players, Howe and
McDonald are hard nuts to
rack, but with a little luck, they
should do well against them and
whatever happens, he is certain
that his team will give a good
account of themselves.

Mr. Taylor said that at a meet-
ing of the Lawn Tennis Associa-
tion on Monday, Dr. Manning and
himself were chosen to represent
Barbados at the forthcoming Ten-
nis Conference to be held in Brit~
ish Guiana during the playing of
the present championship games.
One item on the Agenda of the
neeting was to consider entering
a West Indies team for the Davis
Cup in 1951.

City Area
Suggested For
Market

fHE Commissioners of Health
of St. Michael decided at their
meeting yesterday to recommend
to Government to acquire for the
purpose of a district market, the
area in the City bounded by Sut-
tle Street; Tudor Street, Masonic
Alley and Watkins Alley.

The land is about 27,000 square
feet.

The selection of the site was
considered by a committee of the
Commissioners.

The suggestion of acquiring it
came from Mr, E. V. Goddard,
and the motion that it be recom-
mended to Government was made
by him at yesterday’s meeting and
seconded by Hon. V. C. Gale.

The Board decided to select a
site at Britton’s Hill and one at
Hothersal Turning for the erec-
tion of a bath and latrine in each
district.

The Board considered and
agreed to the purchase of two lor-
cies for collecting refuse.

These are to replace two of
those bought at the time when the
Commissioners started to under-
take the scavenging of the City.

The Board made their decision
after hearing Mr. Sharpe, Super-
visor of the Scavenging Depart-
ment, tell of the condition of pres-
ent lorries and the high cost of
their maintenance.

The lorries proposed to be
bought will carry covers so that
none of the refuse will be thrown
about when they are in motion.

Plastic Ousts
Turtleshell

SAYS FISHERIES OFFICER

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
Officer, told the Advocate yester-
duy \vhat there was nothing doing
locally in the turtle shell industry.
During the last two years thére
hed been no orders from the
United Kingdom at all.

He said that in England plastic
had taken ihe place of turtle
shell. Brush backs and spectacle
frames which were formerly made
from turtle shell are now being
produced in plastic at a cheeper
rate,



CANADIAN
EMIGRANTS

The Colonial Secretary has been
advised by The Canadian Trade
Commissioner in Trinidad that all
persons wishing to enter Canada
cther than those revurning “to
Schools or Universities there, myst
apply to his office for permanent
entry as immigrants.

Students who are returning to
Schools or Universities in Canada
should be in possession of evi-
cence Vhat they are bona fide
students, and preferably this evi-
ience should take the form of
authorization from the Canadian
T ade Commissioner in Trinidad
t. re-enter Canada.

FREE FLIGHT FOR
UNDER TWO'S

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politics in their business

of easier transportation.

an almshouse was there, it did rot

the

which

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

New Residence For P.M.O.

ST. THOMAS will build a new parochial medical officer's
residence for $15,480 at Edgehill. The St. Thomas Vestry
decided to build the new residence when they met yester-
day. Members who voted against the erection of the new

residence were Mr. Reeves, Mr. Collins and Mr, Watson,
The vestry decided to build the ———~— —-—- -
Niblock, who Kalm
to pay $1,200 extra for the pur; ucks
a ! | Find Res
Mj:. Co¥hins said that as it! t I
seemed that they would build the/| n
new medical officer’s quarters, he ‘
‘ct they shoul ty wo cut does] = Paraguay
the expense as much as possible
Meet Demands

He said that it was heid that AFTER 500 YEARS
the site which was chosen was
one which would meet the de- GENEVA, Sept. 7.
mands of most of the people o1| Seven hundred Kalmucks, de-
the parish, That was not, in his|Scendants of the “Golden Horde”
opinion the most central site, In| displaced persons for almost 500
Resk Hall there was the Police} years are to start new life in
Station, the Almshouse, the post} Paraguay, it was announced here
office and other such places and today.
in his opinion it should be buili| Since the war which they spent
there. - in Nazi slave labour camps, Kal-

He suggested that they should |mucks have lived in international
call a meeting of ratepayers, hear|refugee organisation centres in
their v.ews and explain to them |Germany, Now they are to go to
that the building of the new] Paraguay by invitation of a group
quarters will not mean thai they |of industrialists and financiers in
would have to pay more ixcs.} Asuncion.
They should, he said, forget Party! They have been promised

enougn land to rebuild their -

Mr. Goo@mg said that one a'|terea communal life ena ald
the main objects in their dee ding |towards ending almost five cen-
on the Edgehil| site was wereea tunes of isolation.

He did] They will iven :

not believe, n any case, that] acres of fertile’ tama =, a
Rock Hall was a suitable place | valley southeast of Asunci
for a Parochial Medical Officer’s) ach family or group of four
quarters. - peopie will get a two-roomed

Mr. Sandifrod said that some) woouen house, about 50 acres, a
seemed to think of Rock Hal! a5|cow house, 12 chickens and tools

though it was St. eee an’ \The advance party of Kalmucks
not as it beng in St. Thomas. ‘will leave Germany next month
When a building was to be erected. for Paraguay k

it was always being suggested ,

Reftuge In Altai Mountuins
The Kaimucks who came from
Western Mongolia
out by Manchurians and sought

that it should be erected in Rock
Hall. Because a police station or

necessarily mean that a parochial
n.edical officer's quarters should
be erected there.

When they were discurs'ng the
matter on the last meeting of the
Vestry, the controversy was on
the acquisition of m¢aey, After
the money had been gol, new
grounds were beng broken for
objections. -

No Need

He saw no need for call.ng the
taxpayers to tell them that they
would not have to pay for the)

of Asia and later in the Russian
Empire where they bred the
famous Cossack horses.

A great flood at the River Volga
turned them back to become a
stateless people in the south.
When the Russian revolution
came they fought with White
Armies against the Communists
and hundreds fled when the Bol-;
sheviks took over, Ironically it
was the Nazis who _ re-united

















Obituary
Mr. R. A. Wooding

THE death occurred in Port-ot-
Spain, Trinidad this week of Mr
Reginald Iddo Arthur Wooding

whom now

building by increases in taxes. I1|them by sending them in droves |
Mr. Gooding sad_ that cessfully for 20 years to fit 20,000
said that he would give an extra} own Republic. In 1943 the Repub-
in a position then to summon ? Atter Hitler’s defeat, 700 Kal-
Mr, Mahon said that the way] the International Refugee Organ-
seem that he went to hm and|cattle breeders, but they also in-,
agreed to tell Mr. Niblock the} civil engineers.—Reuter, |
told him that they could not
offer, St. Michael, was detained at the
new quarters. It was only 8] Archer, a cyclist, was involved
payers’ money, The major ty of! 9 o'clock last night along Belmont
erected. General Hospital and discharged
room was in more urgent need
‘ng one could be repaired, There
Mr. Mahon asked if Mr. Reeves
was in a very bad condition, and father of Mr, H. O. B, Wooding
subsequent year. Barbados and with other member,
buildings every year. Nor did |brothers remained in Barbados,
visability of building a new resi- |ot Mr. John Wooding, Crown
against the erection had it been] deceased him some years ago was
real condition of the existing). vive him. of
were questioning the competency cna “his nephew, | Mf. Winstot

they had to pay, they would have | to slave labour camps, |
heard quickly enough, he said. The Russians had tried unsuc-
Mr

Mahon had got into contact with|Kalmucks into the Communist
Mr, Niblock and Mr. Niblock hac! system and settled them in their
$1,200 to complete the work.| lic was liquidated and most of its
That was how they came to be| population was moved to Siberia.
meeting to let the Vestry know|mucks were found in _ labour
that the money could be had. camps and put under the care of
Mr. Gooding had told the Vestry | isation.
of Mr. Niblock’s decision, it would} Most of them are farmers and |
asked him for more money, but|cluded nurses, taflors, and me-!
he had not done that. He haci| chanics, as well as surveyors and!
outcome of the Vestry’s discussion,
and he had telephoned him and I ‘
finance the building. Sometime njul ed
later, Mr. Niblock made him the} Q@eej} Archer of Dunlow Lane,

Mr. Reeves said that he never) General Hospital last night suffer-
had been in favour of building] jing richer invavies: Asa 8
smart_scheme of a_ VestrymaP] in an accident with another cyclist,
who intended to lavish the rate-| wijijam Harewood, shortly before

ratepayers were dissatisfied Road
over the buildings they had just Harewood was treated ‘at’ the
Need Vestry Room

A building 1ike a Vestry
of being bult than a_ medical
officer's residence when the exist-
were other buildings, too, which
were more necessary.
were suggesting that they should
repair the present quarters which

K.C.
would take _ practically - 7 : ae
$10,000, and then repair it every Reginald Wooding was born i)
i i idad t

Mr. Reeves said that t never of his family went to Trini
happened that they had to repair | improve the family fortunes, Two
anyone think of the present holder |one of which was the late Mr
of the office in critic sing the ad] Clayton Wooding who was fathei
dence, The same argument:| attorney of the Leeward Islands
would have been forwarded Mr. Wooding whose wife pre-
any other doctor, He wondere¢ |ihe father of two sons and tw
too, how many of them knew the | gaughters all
building. _- ; Leaving to attend the funeral

Mr, Sandiford said that ot ‘on Tuesday were his two brothers
of the Building Committee, they a es Street
should ask it to resign. Wooding, Dentist of Jam





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were driven)

refuge first in the Altai mountains |

| business places,



| 3-Man Tennis St. Thomas Vestry Approves “DORAMAS” |

~ x
LEAVES

A A
|! THE Sloop Deramas with
‘130 Canary Islanders, driven t
seek refuge here lett Carlisle Bay
for Venezuela at 2.15 p.m
| day.

| Representing the Commissioner
of Police was Capt. Press, who in- |
formed the Master nf the Doramas |
reports

{from Trinidad, which are circulat- |



that the latest weather

jad at Seawell, were favourable

He wished all on board a success-

ful voyage.

The ship’s company cheered the
Barbadian |
friends. Then as the Police launch |

Police and _ their
stood by and the ships in the har-
bour saluted her with sirens, the
Doramas lifted anchor and hoisted
her sails for La Guaira, which
under favourable weather condi-

tions, she should reach on Mon-

day morning.

She was escorted out by the
Yacht Hi Ho, owned and _ skip-
pered by Father Hopkins and
when the three mile limit was
reached, those on board the Dora-
nas lined the decks and gave
hearty cheers for Barbados and
‘lso for observance of the tradi-
tional courtesies of the sea

Jamaica Govt. Will
Back Local Kuitting

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

The Jamaican Government has
decided to grant protection to th
loeal knitting industry to enable
local enterprise to compete with
importations of underwear and
skirts of cotton and other materi
ris.

For the past two weeks the
@xecuiive Council has been
weighing representations by local
manufacturers requesting protec-
tion by way of tariff barriers
gainst a swamping of the indus-
ty by importations trom Indie
end elsewhere as against sub-
missions by dry-goods merchayt:



thay their requirements cannot be |

supplied locally
| Government has decided that a
; specific rate should be added te
{the existing Customs tariff on
underwear and shirts of cotton
end other materials as will give
he local product opportunity of
competing on the open market



| Antigua Relief

7 * . .
From Trinidad
(From Cur Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
The British Red Cross Society
in Trinidad dispatched to Antigua
a quantity of food and clothing by
B.W.LA, which left Trinidad on a
mercy flight on Monday 4. Ang-
lican clergymen and the Bruce
stephens Trust Fund are helping
n the relief, also well-wishers and
Another mercy
flight is to take place soon

10 Cases Malaria

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 7
10 cases of malaria



There are

at Old Road which in the past has |

been a malarial area, All houses
in the district have been fumigated
with D.D.T, and paludrine dis-
tributed to school children as the
cases are one adult, nine school
children ages between three and
ten. There is no cause of alarm
of an epidemic. The year 1948
was a drought year and only 17
cases were in Antigua,

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DIED PU! uSPets
FIELD—JAMES HENRY. Last night at ic N TICES
his residence, “Shelton”, Bay Street.
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dence at 445 p.m. today for the a
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Bermuda Papers Please Cepy.

GIBBS—ERMIN ODESSA, Last night at
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IN loving memory of our dear mothe
end Grandmother ALBERTINA AMES
who died on Setenvber 8th 1949

The midnight star shines on the grave

Of one we loved, but could not save

If love and care could death prevent

Her days on earth would still be spent

God took her home, it was his will

But in our hearts she liveth still
Clarence: Egbert {sons} Clarence
Clyde: Muriel: Manasseh: Wesley; Earl.
Gloria (Grand Children)
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Mrs. MARY SALOME ATWELd, who

departed this earth on the eight of

September nineteen hundred and forty

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When the one I loved was taken
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Sleep on beloved jour work is o'er;

Your lovi hands will toil no more,

For those you loved you did your best;
God grant you his eternal rest

Ever to be remembered by Aaron S.
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Apply P. Clarke, Wilcox Plantation
Ch. Ch 8.9.50—3n.
MULES, CARTS, & HARNESS — 2

mules, single carts & harness 6 years
1 “Grey mare” riding pony 5% years
1 Jenny donkey, suitable for Kids.
Sedge Pond Pitn, St. Andrew.
6.9.50—6n



MISCELLANEOUS

Second Hand Chiefly
Veterinary Historical and
Phone 8149. 8.9. 50—8n

BOOKS
Medical
Travel.



DRESS FORM - One adjustable Ame-
rican Aceme dress form. SIZE B. Prac-
tically new. Phone 4381

8.9.50—In.







Do not let the “Flu” get you during

this weather. If you have a_ cold
take ORALVA Anti Cold and Influenza
Tablets. Knight's Ltd. 7,9. 50—-3n.





Get rid of Moths by using “OLEY”
Moth Killer. Price 15c. box, Obtainable
at Knight's Ltd. 79

“NUJOL aids in the relief of consti-"
pation and is tasteless and absolutely
pure. Try a bottle today. Knight's
Ltd. 7.9 .50—3n.

PIPES All shapes and sizes, in-
cluding Ropp Cherry Pipes and the
Astor Bantam (a Featherweight Pipe!
in 6 popular shapes. Prices from 60c .
—$18.00 BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Ltd















5.9.50—3n.
bane Te
PRAM — One Baby Pram, converta-

ple into go-cart, also one rocking horse.
Phone 4381. 8.9.50—In

cecal ple tg ANS

RECORD ALBUMS for 10-inch and for

12-inch and carrying cases for 10-inch

records, and we have the records too
BARNES &

' 10.8.50-tfn

een NTA

TYRES — A few 450 x 17 and 550 x 16
Cases and tubes. Secure yours now
Dial 4689. 6.9 .50—3n

(encaeneelipainesinns

YAWL—‘Frapida” approx. 37% feet

long with Gray Marine engine. Good

condition $3,000 = ae ene? Apply
: ls jone ,

3. R. Edwards : cM







YACHT — Centreboard Yacht ‘Con-
dor.” Length 17 feet, beam 6 feet. New-
ly fitted out. Apply _ Wicks, Woodside

a ? Street. Telephone 3189.
Gardens, Bay ep! ae a

FOR RENT
HOUSES

i
FLAT—Unfurnished at Ramsgate, Bay
Street within walking distance for Aqua-

tic Club and City. Dial 3053.
2.9.50—6n









——— ie

LARGE HOUSE & APARTMENT—On
Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished.
Phone 8357. £.9.50-4,f.n

SPACIOUS OFFICE — Marhill St
opposite D. M. Simpson & Co For
further particulars.

Apply W. B. Hut-
chinson & Co, Dial 4484



Sfop Pyorrliea
in 24 Hours

Bleeding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore
Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea,
Trench Mouth or a bad disease which
sooner or later will make your teeth fall
out and may cause Rheumatism and Heart
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the
new discovery Amosan. Stops bleeding
gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth and
tightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee.
Amosan must make your mouth well and
Save your teeth or money back on return
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from your

» chemist
Amosan

The guarantee
for Pyorrhea-—Trench Mouth



protects you.

today.|

A. A. B. GILL,
Joseph's Vestry
7.9.50—4n

Clerk, St

Public Official Sale

The Provost Marshal's Act (1904-6) 30)
ON Friday the 15th day of September
1950 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
ofternoon will be sold at my office to
the highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value ,
All that certain piece of Land con-
taining about 4,720 square feet of which
area 720 Square Feet form part of a
private Road hereinafter mentioned si-
tuate'in the Parish of Christ Church
Butting and bounding on three sides
on lands of the Estate of F. A. Layne
(dee’d) and on the fourth side on a
private road eighteen feet wide leading
to the Public Road called St. Matthias
Con sreeenres ee the messuage or
welling houses, Shop Buildings, os
et follows-— a
e whole property a ‘aised to
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY SEVEN DOLLARS AND
TWENTY FIVE CENTS ($4,887.95). At-
tached from EDLA VIOLET JOHNSON
(or EDLA VIOLET SMITH) for and
towards satisfaction, &c "
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase



Sed. T. T. HEADLEY
Provost Marshall.
26.8.50—3n.

BARBADOS ARTS AND CRAFTS
SOCIETY
The Sixth Annual Meeting of the
General Assembly of Members of the
above Society will be held at Wakefield,
White Park (by kind permission of the
Sritish Council Representative) on Fri-
doy, 29th September at 8 p.m., to con-
frm the Annual Report and to elect the
Officers and Committee of Management
for the ensuing wear
M. P. MERRICK,
Asst. Hon, Secretary.

8,.9.50—3n
PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION

I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY &th at 2 p.m. at}
my office VICTORIA STREET

1 rood 26% perches land at FITZ
VILLAGE, ST. JAMES, For conditions
of sale, ete., Dial 2947 R. Archer Mc
Kenzie, Victoria St. 5.9.50—4n.

‘UNDER THE SILVER
R

ON Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th
by order of The Hon'ble Robert Chal-
lenor we will sell his House Appoint-
ments of Chiefly Antique and Modern
Furniture at “The Garden” Country Rd.

which includes.











Very Good Extension Dining Table
(Seat 16). Upright and Arm Chairs:
Escritoire, Card Table: Hepplewaite

Side board and Chairs; Antique Sofa:
Large and Small Round Tip Top Tables;

Canterbury, Liquor Case with 12 De-
cunters: Book Case (Glass Doors), Rock-
ers, Uphols. Arm Chairs, all in old



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Wage Demands

Vote Traile Unionists

| BRIGHTON, Sussex, Sept. 7

| Britain’s 8,000,000 strong Trade
Unions Congress defied its leaders
}at an annual meeting to-day
| voting to abandon restraint in
claiming higher wages. Defeat
for the leadership on what is the
central issue of the Congress’
policy will set serious problems
in labour concerning Government
co-operation.

The resolution to end wage
restraint received 3,949,000 votes
with 3,727,000 against. The
majority of 222,000 for the resolu-
tion was sponsored by relatively
small unions in which the Com-
munist influence is known to be
strong, and waS moved by the
avowed Communist Walter
Stevens. General Secretary of the
Electrical Trades Union, but it
received support from many big
unions in which Communists are
a small and uninfluential minority

The resolution declared “prices
and profits have continued to rise
ond living standards and wages
of the working community to fall.

It added “this Congress protests
that no effective steps have been
taken to prevent the continued

HARBOUR LOG

ARRIVALS—By 6.W.LA.L.
From TRINIDAD:

Sheila Marshall, Francisco Perez, Fran-
cisco Perez, Luies Fuentes, Luies Fuen-
tes, Gerald Fitzgerald, Neil Mackenzie,
Carl Sandquist, Milton Lynch Michael
Tolsty.

From GRENADA;
Evereard Corbin, Mary Lang, Kathleen

Lang, Angelina Lang, Alfred Lancelot,
Henry_ Oglive.
For ST. LUCIA:

Lionel Gittens, Mary Barnard, Simon
Mendes, Edward Elliott, Hugh Pilgrim,
Lena Thompson.

For ST. VINCENT:

Vincent Sprott, Ivelan Mitchell, Erie

Holder.

DEPA.w.cnenS—By B.W.LA.L,
For LA GUAIRA:

Rosa Laroche, Carmen Laroche, Mary
Leisering, Fred Leisering Rafael Hernan,
dez, Maureen Pitt, Maurico Herschtritt,
Rachela Herschtritt, Willy Herschtritt,
Luisa Figuera, Luisa Fernandez, Juan
Vasquez, German Vasquez, Jose Lira, Car-
lota Lira, Gustavo Lira, Gerald Connelly.
For TRINIDAD:

Margaret Gransaull,
Paul Gransaull, Josefa Gransaull, Pedro
Castro, Walter Castro, Adelina Castro,
Elena Castro, Dino Castro, Prince Walker,
Marcu Pulver, Suphie Pulver, Christopher
Henderson, Hugh Henderson, Scofielo
Pilgrim, Fred Bethell, Stella Singh, Don-
ald Singh, Carol Singh, Lionel Evans,
Viola Rochester, Samuel Martin, Ben-
jamin Bedell, Hazel Bedell, Edith Bedell,
Meza Dominge.

Robert» Gransawil,

OFFICIAL



Mahogany: Consol Table & Pier Glass,
Old English Clocks: Large Carpets, Good
Pictures; Engravings Oval. Gilt Mirrors
with Candle brackets: Glaes Ware
(Some very good) Tea and Coffee Sets,
Dinner Service, Fruit Service, Old China
C. G. Barrel Shades: Hall Lamp, Elec.
Fitting. Plated Ware in Ice Tankards
Entire Dishes. Fish and Fruit Knives
and Forks, Spoons, Forks, Cutlery ete.
Silver Spoons, Brass Ornaments: Mird
Press, Dressing Tables; MT. Washstands
Old Linen Press, Hepp Chest of Drawers:
Couch. Stump Bedstead with Spring: 3
Wing Wardrobe. Cheval glass all in
old Mahogany. Single and Double Brass
Eedsteads with Springs and Mattresses.
Oval Rose wood Tip Top Table: Larders,
Zine Top Tables, lee Chest, Roller; Larte
Palms, Books. 1 Murphy's Radio in
perfect condition and other items.
Sale at 11,30 o'clock, TERMS CASH.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctipneer.
8.9.50—3n.

REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW — Of Block Stone stand-
ing on 8,000 sq. ft. of land. Situated
at Worthing, having water and light,
Apply Norman Alleyne. Phone 8164.
Amity Lodge, Worthing





7.9.50—6n



The undersigned will be set up for sale
at thelr Office No; 17 High Street,
Bridgetown, on Friday, the 22nd day. of
September 1950, the Sugar Works Plan-
tations:—

CANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ
Church, containing together by estima-
tion 195 ACRES

ACREAGE in Plant Canes — We
Acres.

ACREAGE in Ratoons — 25 Acres
ACREAGE in Preparation — 38%
Acres.

There will also be sold with the saic
Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2
Milch Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel-
ed Cart.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
8.9, 50—13n

FOR SALE—HOUSES
(1) Endeavour at Hart’s Gap. Con-
sists of 1/8 of an acre of land and house
which has open Verandah, Drawing &
Dining rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen etc.
Price £1,200. (Twelve hundred pounds).
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
(2) Property at Pine Road. Consists
of a house whieh has closed Gallery,
Drawing and Dining rooms, 3 Bedrooms,
Kitchen, Sanitary arrangements, Garage

and the land it stands on, Price
£1,400, (Fourteen hundred pounds).
(3) Property called Mizpah at Bel-

miont Road consisting of a good house
which has been tecently repaired and
painted and land on which it stands.
Price attractive.

(4) Property at the Ivy Road. Price
$700.00 (Seven hundred dollars).

(5) Property at My Lord’s Hill con-
sisting of (1) rood 2% perches of
and a double-roofed house. Price $2,500.

(6) Property at School Road, Car-
rington's Village, Price $1,200.00

(7) Property at Fairfield, Black
Rock, Price $2,400.00,
(8) Property at Codrington Hill

which consists of a stone house which
has open Verandah, Drawing & Din-
ing rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Water Toilet
end Bath, Kitchen, Pine floor; Galva-
nize roof and enough land for Kitchen
and flower garden. Price £1,400, (Four-
teem hundred pounds).

(9) One newly-built house at Beckles
Road beside the main road. It has 2
roofs ach 18 by 10, Price $1,500.00

And Several Others

For particulars apply to D’arcy
Scott, Magazine Lane.

. 8.9.50-——3n.

WANTED
HELP

———
GIRL—Reliable git] for, Office, capable
of assisting in’ bookkeeping. Apply in
writing giving experience and references.
Fort Royal Garage Ltd., P. O. Box
233, Bridgetown. 2.9.50—T7n.

A.







LADY RECEPTIONIST, — For Hote!
Office Desk work, with knowledge of
Typing. Apply in writing giving expe-
rience and references to Box 88 c/o The
Advocate 5.9.50—3n



LADY for office with some knowledge
of Stenography and Typewriting
by letter and in person
Meyers & Co., Ltd

MISCELLANEOUS

PUPILS Adults and children to
learn SPANISH conversationally
Classes DAY and NIGHT in groups or
single. Fourteen years teaching experi-
ence in Venezuela Apply Clarice
Portillo “EBENEZA" Upper Bay “treet.

6.9, 50.—3n









WANTED TO RENT

ROOM—Retired Englishman, recently
arrived, desires room in private home
with or without breakfast Permanent
|if satisfactory. Location between Hast-
!ings and City preferred. Please write,
giving ‘phone number, to Roy, c/o
5 dvocate Advtg. Dept 5.9.10—in































BARBADOS,
IN
persons having or claiming any estate,

brance in or affecti the property hereinafter
Before me an account of

Defendant) to bring

!
|

j advise that they can now communicate



trend in increased profic. The
Congress believes that until such
time as there is a reasonable

lL.mitation of profits and positive
planning of our British economy
end prices there can be no basis
for restraint on wage applica-
tions. This Congress declares
vhat wage imereases can be grant-
ed, without resulting in increas-
ed prices, for example by reduc-
ing profits, and therefore calls
ca the General Council to aban-
con any further policy of wage
restraint and at the same time
urges the Government to intro-
Cuce statutory control of profits.

The Congress also called today
for “every pressure on the gov-
ernment for women in the Gov-
ernment service to get ual
pay with men. An excited confer-
ence gave vhe resolution 4,490,000
votes with 2,367,000 against.

The Amalgamated Engineering
Union which holds 715,000 votes
announced afterwards that it had
wished to support the resolution
but had been unable to vove be-
} cause of the absence of its dele-
gate holding the voting card.

—Reuter.



Ships In Touch With
Barbados Coastai Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Lid

with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station
ss Prospector, S.S
Lady Rodney, S.S. He Daix, S.S. Fort
Amherst. S.S. Carolyn, S.S. Dageid,
S.S. Mormacmar, S.S. Matoroa, SS
President Edutra, S.S. S. Paula, 8.5.
Rio De La Plata, S.S. Esso Bathlehem,
S.S. Castor, S.S, Uranienborg, S.S
Captain John, S.S Heba, S.S
Portugal, S.S. Vesthav S.S. Silvercrest,
ss. Beechhill, s.s Brush, S,5
Guadeloupe, S.S San Velino, S.S
Junecrest, S.S Byfjord, $.S. Willem-
stad, S.S. Theliconus and S.S. Moon-

crest
MAIL NOTICE

Mails for British Guiana by the
Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe wil!
be closed at the General Pos’
Office as under:— , ;

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary
Mails at 9 a.m. on the 8th of Sep-
tember, 1950.

— ———SSSSSSSS
BERT’S CAFE

CHEAPSIDE
KE-OPENING TO-MORROW
BETTER THAN BEFORE

CHOW MEIN
A_ Specialty!








en

NOTICE

PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all

right or interest or any lien or incum-
mentioned (the property of the
their claims with their witnesses,

vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between
ep reer noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public

Buildings, Bridgetown before the 26th day of Oct.
may be reported on and ranked according to t

respectively, otherwise such persons will

decree and be deprived of all claims on or against

PLAINTIFF: LINDSAY
DEFENDANT: VIOLET

1950, in order that such claims

ie nature and priority thereof
be precluded from, the benefits of any
the said property,

ERCIL RYEBURN GILL
JOHNSON

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Spooners Hill

in the parish of St.

admeasurement two roods two and two-tenths

Abutting and bounding on

now of one Walrond on lands formerty of @ G.

Michael and Island aforesaid containing by

pee or thereabouts
. T. E. Richards but

lands formerly of .
Medford but now

of one Farnum on lands formerly of Alfred F, Green but now of one

Pilgrim and on the public road called Spooners Hill or

however else

the same may abut and bound Together with the dwelling house

called ‘‘“Homestead”

and all and singular the buildings and erections

both freehold and chattel on the said lands erected and built standing
and being with the appurtenances the said dwelling house land
hereditaments and preniises being the property of the defendant.

Bill filed 28th July 1950.
Dated the 22nd August, 1950.







LOST & FOUND
LOST

NECKLACE—Of 110 Pearls with Dja-
mond Cluster Snap, between “Chelston
Culloden Road, “Amalfi Bishops Court
Hill, and ‘“Welches" Welches Road
finder will be suitably rewarded on re-
turning same to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.,
Broad Street. 8.9.50—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Th application of Francis Greaves
of Sion Hill, St, James the purchaser
ef Liquor License No. 177 of 1950
granted to Walter Z. Mustor in re-
sp@ct of the bottom floor of a two storey
wall building known as ‘Weekes’ Can-











teen” High Street, St. Michael to re-
move said License to a three roof
boarded and shingled shop with shed

roof attached situate at Sion Hill, St.
James and to use it at such last deseribed
premises

Dated this 5th day of September 1950.
To:—S. H. NURSE,- Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘E."" Holetown,

Sed. JOSEPH 5 >
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 19th September 1950 at 11 ee

a.m, at Police Court, District
Holetown.
&. rears,
M trate, Dist. “E’’ Holetown.
Police Magistra aa gous







SHIPPING NOTICE

ed

The Aux. Schooner “JULNAR"”
is expected from St. Lucia on or









about the 10th September and
will take passengers and cargo
for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Grenada, Aruba, Curacao, Alt
enquiries from R ARCHER
McKENZIE. Dial 2947, Victoria
Street, 3.9,50—3n













Ry Courtesy Of
“WOMEN'S GAS COUNCIL”
Recipe for
HOT POTATO DOGS
6 medium well-scrubbed potatoes,

6 sausages (skinned).

Remove a centre core, on
apple corer, from the centre of
each potato, and stuff the cavity

using

with saxsage meat. Bake the po-
tatoes in their jackets in the
usual way. ,Serve hot.

A few of these snappy leaflets

“I PASS THIS ON TO YOU"
obtainable FREE to visitors at the
Gas Showrooms, Bay St

TODAY'S
NEWS FLASH |

| CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

THAT NEVER FAIL
3/-

THERMOS FLASKS

| $1.49

|| JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
a and HARDWARE

| _ arvsicmmarnsaiisitertaceninsntntitimnanmoniny

i



H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.



REAL ESTATE
JOHN
MM.
BLADON

AF.S., F.V.A.
Formerly Dixon & Bladon

FOR SALE

“WINDY RIDGE’ — St. James
This very attractively situated
modern bungalow has 3 large
bedrooms (all with basins) ver-
andah, 2 lounges, dining room, 2
toilets. There are two acres, one
under cane and the remainder
is very well laid out with lawns,
fruit trees, flower'ng shrubs ete.
The view can never be spoiled
and prevailing breezes are unob-
structed. 5 miles from town cen-
tre

“LYNCHBURG” This very at-
tractive, well-proportioned 2-
Storey property set im pleasant
grounds of 12,050 square feet,
contains 3 Galleries (1 enclosed)
Lerge Lounge, Dining Room,
Kitchen on American Plan, Three
Bedrooms, Garage ttc An at-
tractively planned home and easy

te run Highly recommended
“FLORES” Kent, Christ
Chureh. A very attractive and
nicely placed 2 bedgoomed bun-
golow, with lounge, kitchen,
gellery, servants’ room = and
farage Construction of coral
stone. Approximately % acre
with driveway approach from

main road



FOR RENT

“BEACH HOUSE” — St. Law-
rence, available furnished October.

“IN CHANCERY" Silver
Sands. Furnished bungalow 4—
5 months. :

AUCTION SALE
TO-DAY

DR. R. C. PRICE has given in-
structions for the furniture fittings
and contents at his offices and
surgery axvove Knights Ltd.,
Reliable Pharmacy, Broad Street,
to be sold by auction on Friday
8th September at 1 p.m.

Office Desk (as new),
Cupboard, Small Tables, Maga-
zine Tab'- Plant Stand all
Mah.) Steel Trolley with glass
shelves, Approx. 400 sq. ft
Linoleum ‘as new), Knee Hole
Desk and Chair, Primus Stove,
Work Bench Stapling Machine,
Wall Mirrors, Mats, Glass Ware,

Chair,

Kitchen Ware, Elec, Hot Plate.
Brooms, Mops, Elec. tron, Bell
and Fittings, Galv. Sink, Elec

Light Ceiling Dome and a large
number of Miscellaneous items

REAL ESTATE AGENT
| “Auctioneer & Surveyor
| PLANTATIONS BUILDING

Phone 4640



Fyigia, S.S. |

Pushed Back To
Former Line

TRUMAN SAYS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7

Presitlent Truman said today
that North Korean forces would
be pushed back before the end of
this week to the line they held
1@ days ago. t

t his weekly Press Conference,

uman acknowledged that certain

nts had been “crashed” along
the American front line in the
past ten days but Communist
forces would be pushed back to
their former ground before the
week was over, he declared.

The President was asked to
comment on the present position
in Korean fighting between Com-
munists und United Nations forces
in the southern tip of the penin-
sula. “I am no desk strategist”,
the President replied.

He said that he left such matters
to the military, and that he
received daily reports

refusing to comment on the posi-



from |
General Omar Bradley, one of the |
United States Joint Chiefs of staff ;
on the Korean position, After first /

the President
been no material change
United Nations front line in Korea
Jin the last 10 days

| When correspondents
jout there had been continuous
newspaper stories in recent days
of United Nations forces being
pushed back, the President
acknowledged that certain points
had been “crashed”, but North
Korean Communists were being
pushed back to their former posi-
tions, he stated. This would
happen before the week was over,
—Reuter.

f * *
Economic Botanist
(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
Trinidad’s new Economic Bot-
anist, Department of Agriculture,
Mr. L. Johnson, arrived here re-
cently. He is a graduate of Leeds
and Cambridge University.

Director Of Works

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5,
Trinidad has been without a
Director of Works and Hydraulics
for some time, until Mr. W. L.
Osbourne, newly appointed Direc-
tor, accompanied by his wife ar-
rived from the United Kingdom to
ake up the post.



pointed







‘who cannot

feed their babies
© »



Don’tworry ! Cow's milk can be prepared so that the youngest baby
can digest it without trouble, The addition of Robinson's ‘Patent’
Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs,
making it easy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work
thoroughly whilst getting them ready to digest heavier foods later
in life. That’s why wise nurses and mothers always use Robinson’s

‘Patent’ Barley.



PUT

ert

Suis



INSON’S

‘PATENT’ BARLEY



WANTED TO RENT
EUROPEAN WANTS TO RENT
BIG MANSION ON THE BEACH
SUITABLE FOR GUEST HOUSE










Write “Seaside”,
P.O.B. 44,
C/o Advocate Co.



BARBADOS

our Engines can no longer be

20th June, 1950.

not been quite completed.

of November.

early next year.

THE
COMPANY



ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.

NOTICE



As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of

consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at
intervals during the next few months.

Our Consumers ate asked to co-operate by exercising the
utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during |
the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

°ST. LAWRENCE EXCHANGE

Telephone Service is now available in the St. Law-
rence Exchange Cable Area except in a few districts
where the installation of cables of larger capacity has

Applications for service should be made early so
that adequate provision can be made.

BRIDGETOWN EXCHANGE

In order to provide extra telephone numbers an
extension is being made to this exchange equipment, the
work is proceeding and should be completed by the end

While providing the necessary exchange plant the
outside plant, cables etc. is also being extended.

ST. JAMES EXCHANGE

The St. James Exchange building is being erected
the equipment for which is scheduled for delivery
Plans have been made for the instal-
lation immediately it is received.



BARBADOS TELEPHONE

delayed, the Cotmyany has in

Vv. SMITH,
General Manager.

LIMITED.

said that seine |
in |



|



PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES

ROYAL NETHERLANDS













STEAMSHIP CO. THE M.V. “T. B. Radar’ will
accept and Passengers for
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM St. Luc Vincent, Grenada,

ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER.’ Aruba, sailing Thursday Tth

5 Hersilia” Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct

ard The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Cargo and Passengers for Dormi-
& DOVER nica; Antigua: Montserrat St
ms. “Bonaire” September 15th Kitts-Nevis: sailing Tuesday 12th.

SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO

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. PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950

. °W 1 HoldCoodLea di Flying Fish Keevil Daly “Council Must Stop
| peer nt. U.S. Bombing of Korea”


























































— ae x . “
vs. Minor Counties | Barracudas |
A keen struggle was witnesre Sara ed GEORGETOWN. MALIK DEMANDS



J E ; If you are worried about
West Indies (for 5 wkts. dec.) 425 n the Water Polo mateh between| Keevil Daly lived up to his his health, give hi .
Ffiying Fish and Barcacudas ai the! reputation on Sunday morning LAKE SUCCESS, Sept 7 ry iene good

. ° Aquatic Club yesterday evening.) when he outlifted all-comers at - TT dN; = in | cava * 7 St ea course of SevenSeaS Pure
Minor Counties 106 & (for 6 wkts.) 204. | Sising vish, who scarea the only| the British Guiana Senior Weiy-nt-| THE United Nations Security Couneil today began a debate rik Kies has sa
goal of the game, carried off | Jifting Championships at the on the Soviet resolution calling on the United States to eee =

NORWICH, Sept. 7 nonours “ | Astor Cinema before a record} cease bombing Korean towns. The resolution referred to natural fats and vitamins

Peter Patterson, who WaS\crowd of fans who saw -wvo| “the barbarous bombing of a peaceful population” by

| | | will do much to restore
spin bowler Williams which gave him three | prought in as a last minute cheng?! records equalled, one by Daly and

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for 34 in 18 overs helped to bring about a Minor Counties} for Flying Fish, in place of Denis! the other by Gouveia the Ameritan Air once cid mre a the Council: “To call energy and build up new
collapse afte 1ey had opened their second innings against Atkinson, gave an maeneet per | After a lay-off for more than upon "the Government of the Rani and strength.
the West Indies with a century partnership here today. | formance in the back ae te hig! @ year Daly came back and with F mil United States to cease, and not
scored the winning goal tor ‘Si the setback of a gym _ injury a y gues permit in future bombing by air FRESH PURE
The tourists deciar iheir first good performance against a team ' t " | pressed (225), snatched (230) and force or by other means, towns ent
innings close n at 425 for rong attack t _Another good per Sect mar | termed (305) his way to the top O hild and populated areas and also ai Pee eecocesooeseseses
five in reply un The partnership continued their] given by “Henri” Perez, the Bar-/ cy the table in the 165 lb. class. ver siiooting up from the air the oll
106, leaving o get] defiance of the attack, and at tea ocarepegt en gp PT aeecs’” Gael icky cael did aah senae cist peaceful population in Korea. , D
319 to avert defeat they were still together with the}many — harc shots from eter; | who no’ any- PARIS. Sept. 7. “To instruct the Secretary-
The Yorkshir Keighley tal 119 for 0. Individual scores| Patterson over the Cross bar. thing like his best form equaled) pe American eee cs a ae General of the United Nations to oes he get

and W. Sutcliffe, playing pace
and slow bowling confidently, put
on 122 for the first wicket |
the breakdown came.
Sutcliffe, first out for 56, hit 8

the 225 press reeord for his clas$| Gerald Dayne is ish | bri his decisi f the S -

: s and his English|bring this decision of the Secur:
hort after it started Pat held by Joe Bacchus, while Alfrea) wife Buniee Daynes must appeat ity Council to the very~ urgent
Shortly «after as . na nt | Gouvela’s (305) clean and jerk] in court tomorrow to argue over |Notice of the Government of the
All the changes of Stollmeyer| Fletcher, the Barracudas right) equalled his own record for light-| whom shall have custody of their | United States.”

winger, swam down the wing and bes ight “ a 0 t Pe ate. Soviet diknae
took two tries at the Flying Fish | Beavy weignts. three-year-old daughter Laurel. gate,

eing Keighley not out 59, Sut- The

ae game was weil balanced
liffe not out 56 with four extras



chest colds
and coughs?

efore

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fours and one six tamadhin, on a pitch which hdd Colony stars Ernest Spelling The order came from a Paris|read into record instances of al-

ve » wich then fell for came ay: oan be ardiy | goal. Unfortunately one struck the | 1 ; a : = ie aris \ieged American bombing of towns, *

din padttion "of $1 buss Gy aes 1 epee s eeanete right upright and rebounded into tlt I ao Ree Bon hignter Le eather “Stace Goatees aa bospitals and villages which he ak

ae. i ok now “aha deeth. play while the other went high bolyweight, while Alphonso| tained an injunction against his said were to be compared “with COSC CoeeeoeeresesenE



er © cross ar. a 2 oe «in-leg 7 * s i ] i EP ers.”
re Se ere Patterson took | kt ee eo tn wel a arm Resi who flew to Paris ne ese p Ra epand pe br are be-
a long shot at the Barradidas|*OMp home eady Wino the} in a chartered plane in pursuit of |ing made on the directions of

| ele 4 res 4 ” :
goal but Perez reached well out} 148 lb, class. The results were:|}6, husband and child is assisted |General MacArthur,” Malik said.

Both batsrnen used their fect
the pitch of the ball. Suteliffe
startled the crowd and Ramadhin

Keighley, fifth out at 191, was
brilliantly caught by Ramadhin
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half hours at the wicket in which] by pulling him over square-leg } water a ht off al 1234 1b Class by the woman-lawyer Mme. Elisa- = deat Auer a erirtapseet dans Shady
ie hit 12 fours andove six.in bis for six. This palr put. on thes Sell ticmec tone freans throw | E. Sills alc 119) Press| beth Lew. At tne starc of xne session Sir Stokes & Bynoe, Lid, P.O. Bax 401, Beidastown Barbados
92. 119 in 2 hours in Patterson again took a hard|—150; Snatch—170; Clean, and) The ex-G.I. father who ap- Gladwyn Jebb (Britain), Presi- lta
It seemed that the match might The Mi Counties were 204|sShot and although this one was|Jerk (205); Total—575. pealed to American Legion Offi- ape’, Savings sep hate, sepre>
Oe aren eu eeet eees es ar @ at ie caf a out of Perez’s reaches, very un- R. Critchlow (boayweight 123) | cers here for assistance will be re- nee = the “Korean Republic, ~ Se S
seventh wicket pair stayed} ‘or 6 at the close of play. | Tiucily for Flying Fish, it struck | Press—185; Shatch — 160; Clean| Bresenied by Frank I. Schwartz of }10, take tis, seat at the Counsl
together for the last ey 2 mee ta ets thi h fren A jo | the left upright and went out o! aml Jerk—190: Total—475. New York. f ; ee i an put i 8 ee ‘i egal =
Earlier in the day he West] added. Ramadhin too! ae ke play, | Even the United States Embassy one om ng = not cha es Kee in ood sh e
Indies batsmen had served up r punishm¢ nt by tricking anc 133 lb Class here has entered the case ap esiden s ruling and made no >p g ap
bright cricket Trestraii andj bowling Sutcliffe for 56 Feter Potter next tried a shot| 4 Spellen (131) Press — 180;| . urt er attempt to exclude the
Gomez drove, cut and glanced Christiani bothered by the but Perez saved. Shortly before | Snateh—185; C. & J.—240; Total Mr. Daynes has given his word |Korean representative. Go

beautifully in raising their fourth
wicket partnership to 170
Trestrail hit 14 fours and 2
sixes in his 94, made in 100
minutes, and Gomez had 16 fours



etna sun, clea for his cap.| hate time Herbert Portillo tested | "agg, ef Panes Sete, i St EAP, atieg Neath Meus eee
P han sieve ee uae eel ees Sane. “y tte C. Archer (131}) Press—180; Paynes last night ‘told his wife: |plaints about the alleged bomb-
rasier off Pierre’s fast. bowling. en ae rae ©) Snatch—185; C. & J.—240; Total] You can come with me to New |ing. He said: “The United States
irazier oO} ierre’s: ti J oe goal but Foster strete ed across | — 605: York or go back to England, but jis resorting to barbarous methods
wo wickets were no Cow" land made a good save. | A. MePherson (132) Press —]in any case I interd to leave with | ecause they are not able to break



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in 117. Worrell also drove freely] ‘or 131 In the second spell B, Armstrong | 169; Snatch—175; Total—335. the child far the United States |Gown the determined resistance of
and | i0 fours in 62. ; Lee of Barracudas missed a golden | 148 Ib Class this morning.” the Korean fighters
7 . Beightey,. at hors 1 opportunity to open his team’s} A. Correia (144) Press—195; While the argument between the “American air and naval bom-
The Game q of bo wiing smashed |account. After receiving a pass|. “* nae & J.—270: Tot i father, mother, grandfather, and |bardments are in line with Hitler’s
Sate ; 3 ; a is first al i, &S, OV8F The was unmarked in the goal Snatch—220; C . —270; otal) uncle of young Laurel went on |infamous plan of total war to at-
Trestrail and Gomez, quare leg boundary for six |area but shot wide of the left; —~685. J _|through most of last night, the tein its final aim by cruelty and e
were concerned in an un- 149 however, Williams had a | upright O. Leow (148%4)Press — 165;| father's suite in the Hotel was | terrorism.
broken stand of 128 fo cee when he got Bell caught Snatch—225; C, & J.—265; Total] garded by the hotel staff and later The Americans are impelled by RARALQALS
tourth wicket before play ended t leg off 2 ball which spun Peter Patverson, by now, was! —655, by two policernen called in by hatred against the people of
a a) ntinued. this morning t bat to the batsman’s boot tempted ° meye the oF i eo j J. ia? * (1454) rs Wi Goodman “to prevent trouble.” Korea oat te a = Asia
Sight screens, a scoreboard an thenee to Jones’ hands ac ine. e came up into snatch—205; C. & J.—240; Tota who are ing for freedom.”
chairs were blow over duriia : lay San caught o!| Barracudas area and took a hard 840. , It was comparatively calm after | Malik further charged that the We have them in j
gale last night, but play restarte ecp square leg at 191 shot but the ball struck Perez's hectic scenes earlier when Good- | United States military forces had
promptly today on a pitch, o finger and then the cross bar 165 tb Class ‘ man’s son smashed the door to Mr. | violated the Hague Convention of PINK and WHITE
fairly easy pace Keighley, cautious when near-|beforg rebounding into play. ii. Daly (162}) Press —2a6;]Daynes bedroom with a fire-axe | 1907 which forbids the bombing of Sizes 32 to 40 |
: Ss ng his 100, fell toa fine running | / few minutes later he how-|Snatch—230; C. & J.—305; Total and ae pete hy yao raed ‘ivilians and bombardment unde- !
Trestrail showed a partiality | -atch at the same total when eight | «var beat Ferez with a hard shot! —760. of that wocpind peng Cidieaiee oe io om in en "Ca ah |
for coverdriving the quick bowlin hort of his 109. He had hit one }*o open his team’s account. C. Tyrre!l (152) Press — 165; Te > nes CHG, Walle an Fg cludec y asking e Counci ;
ef Divecha, but when the partner-# six and 12 fours in three amd a Barracudas tried hard during! cnatch—21C: C & J. 260; Total— Cope looked on and en re fo a unnecessary 84 57 |
ship was worth 171 with Trestrail ,palf hours at the wicket the last minutes but could not) 630, Pe i pictelk vombing and bloodshed = = . and .
6 short of a century he played Ramadhin resumed after beins qualise. The end saw Flying! G&G, Gulling (157) Press — 180 r —Reuter.
late at a ball from Earl which jnit for 65 for one wicket im 26 |Fish still in the lead, Total—180. < —
came through quietly and was ve and streightway claimed |
bowled Trestrail had hit 14 ]oncther victim, clean bowling The Second Game 181 lb Class EMPIRE 2.30 & 8.30 p.m.
The nA y — " sit: AS are ad Firth and Divecha defied more | evening Snappers completely out- * ase A=naOys Jase ow
400 minute rans £ bowling ineluding| Played Police and defeated them eel Wrdake (168) Press 200: Fees ae _ Sera e
Gomez joined vy Worrell went| Gomez and Stolimeyer, whil five-nil On many occasions the |. atch—-200: Ca] 9105 Totni Cay » Brabsionres
safely to his century which in- iyving for the last 20 minutes. Constables were inclined to adopt 1670 es , i ,
When the s broke through the | MINOR, COUNTIES ., INNINGS — swimmers were very elusive. ; : :
n the sun broke through the ST INDIES — 18T, INNINGS For Snappers Delbert Bannister,!| W. Brusche (1903) Press 225, pedlcddolathastimas in White and Black






e Firth b Laidlaw
imever b Divecha
hall b Earl

néz Lbow, b Earl

clouas Worrell found his touch],
and some shots which flashed the }/
ball to the boundary soon put
him in the twenties, The fielding

their goal scoring machine, netted | Snatch—235; C. & J. 280; Total-
the first three, while the ae | a

two went to young “Billy” Man- C. Moore (183) Press — 215 iy Sols) of the lonesome cry



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restrail b Earl i , i
at ata te: ‘rth’ ‘ Wot du ning. Snatch—225; C. & J.—280; Total en)
remained smart and Firth’s | Wore! not our The ieurie wanes \_-720. in many women’s hearts...
wicket-keeping was sound, but} pi is wes, 4 leg byes, 1 wad.) 10 FLYING FISH: P. Foster (Capt.).! Mf, Williams (1964) Press—200;
still runs came freely particularly -] {. Yearwood, P, Patterson, J. Knight ae, CO 9 Total" § TaTRUITIT ae Pe
after Gomez had been legbefore Total (for 5 wickets) 425 P, Potter, B. Malone, and D. Davies ae ee, Cc. & J. 280: Total some g tha
; ; ’ 7 — BARRACUDAS: Brooks (Capt.), | 685 ‘
wicket to Divecha for 117. In all, E. Johneon, C. Evelyn, Ff. Peres H : i 7
: he batted 180 minutes and found BOWLING ANALYSIS _ | Portillo, B Armstrong and P. Fletcher. { a ee weownes wd as ESL at D
the boundary sixteen times (16—|_ o M. oR. W SNAPPERS: — G. MacLean (Capt... 4 ouveia’s 5 in the C, 13 e
4’s). The Counties’ captain found |B" jo. ; aoe Ree ee ee oer ata: Mention equals nis, an 1948 pea Daly's from their 3 3 9
difficulty in placing a field for | pivecha 2 2 oT. 8 POLICE: MeD. Richards (Capt,) EB. » Unsuccessful attempt at 325 ia vt 3 .
Worrell, who found gaps every Latdi i 18 1 84 k Sees G er Bay Dodients W. Phillips} competition after Gouveia had oe Tt “gh i 3 10, ll, 12, 13, Broad Street
>, WR . & are ven 12 1 80 R. Alleyne a “ shby . ina 6 bove F co 4
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: om t 62 Sutcliffe b Ramadhi 56 , A medal was presented to C.
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FRIDAY. SEPTKMBKR S, 19M BARBADOS ADVOCATK PAGE riVE The Siren's Wail Did Not Go Far Soap Factory Whistle Was Louder THKEL BLASTS were sounded on the Mien in C i Street ai noun yesterday. When the tirst started all the girls on the top floor of the West Indian Knitlmi; MlUl building which is opposite the Central Station, where the .siren was installed, rushed to the windows pointing and gazed enquiringly at the red-painted siren. In one of the Dislru i A Police Court* a jnji crowd stampeded Ihrough MM Court door into thr yard onrj to be stopped from entering the inali. gate mat leads to the Tratllc Ottirt At Eaule Ball, twelve o'clock came and went but not even the hawkers un.kv the shops made •'{-Man Tennis St, Thomas Vestry Approves Team Leaves New Residence For P.M.O. -DOKAMAS' LEAYKS Thieves Grab $200 From SL Thomas Shop T wo %  imftim POUiABu ID cash was reportei • [ok*!; IriMII I.. .v. .,; Sprint, .St = tir t'>e provision shop Arthur at Purey Thomas, AiUiur u.lil Un .•hop was broken .ma antOTOd %  'tween 730 p.m. on Tuesday and 7 oo JIU on Wadneaday and the troney taken. O F THL 11 1RAHK oOnOM recorded > %  ocluts were charged lor riding Ueir cycles without a lighteu I.imp to the front. Two motorist* wencharged with parking in restricted araaa and two others for not having lighted rear lamp* ou their \ chicle*. Two more motorists were charged for driving in a manner Oangcrous to the public BIN another for not stopping at a major road. One charge was brought against a conductor for carry IIIK uas-eii*ers in excess. L ACEY TIIOKNK of Drax Hall Road. St. George, was injurCNi in an accMonl .ilong Drax Hall Road recenilv Hi dotafawd at the General Hospital %  uITerlng from :i broken rlghl fOOt Also involved in the accident it, he was wonde rai I bicycle owned and ridden i not the trial wai bv Joseph Barnes of Drnx Hull Road. 1 A "chooncr captain sail that lie I was too much taken up with the | IT, LESLIE U L A R K E. ( unloading of his ship to listen V Founder of the Barbados the alarm, but he was NR '<• %  Youth Movement, has been In-1 would have heard it if it were nied to the Session of the loud enough. People's World Convention which! He sad that the ships in Ih> will take place at Geneva on Careenage would stand a beti. Constable Al.iyt-i..in'..iki'i til Ibfl ROSS Theatre, said that he heard a laint sound but he supposed It v. li. i ..:. i :.. v. ., ,• % %  .,:,.,.., to hearing Mi \V A Richard ... an employee of Highway-. \ sai.l that he heard the BOWld at midday at King Sired but ii was not very |oud H "i thai the whistle at the Soap Factory at Government H.ll wlmh also goes off at midday could be heard In the Carnngton's Village, Hall's Road anil Hoc-buck Street dan h ti tha %  in -t < %  ; the alron was dear thuiiKb not loud Borne people mereiy looked about them for %  second or '" and continued on their way quite UOeotM Perhaps the direction of In.* wind or the bustle wilh shipping un the waterfront prevented schooner captains and eJcrfcl In oftUx-> around iha arba • Hen wbcu it warn oil one dark told UM "Advaoatsr" when tin.lock in the office showed 12 noon he irmem band tha hui i leana % % %  iu be given when he did ">' booi IIK whether or ooslpolied R L December 30. He was also asked' to become a member of the International Liaison Council At present the activities of the People's World Convention has I een going on in forty different countries but very little has been done In Barbados. U ARROWS cc. far, For B.G. TIIK |ISO C: wK refuge h i with re leu Carlisle Ba; gained llrst innings points in their i(.c I. crldH t match Bclleplalne at the Barrows grounds en Saturday Belleplaine, who batted first. knocked up 225 runs In reply Barrows are 242 for the lost of 7 wickets. For Barrows, F. Greaves, their opening batsman. 69. H Corbln also 69. and H Agard 49. These batsmen were responsible for Incasing down the Belleplaine bowlers. For Belleplaine. I. Bourne took 4 wickets and T. Smith 2. The match continues tomorrow. 'T-MI-NIGIIT AT TAh O'CLOCK. M the Police Band, under Capt C. E. Ralson. will play for the Junior Barbados Dramatic Club who urc presenting two one-act plays at the Drill Hall Proceeds will go to the Bay Street Boys' Club. A LEXANDER BREWSTER ol EdgeclilTe. St. John, reported to the Police that his liquor and provision shop at the same address was set on Are at about 11 SO p.m. on August 3. He said that a window on the western side, two uprights and a portion of the flooring was damaged. of hearing it during th' night when the business of th day was finished. Than were others around the waterfront who were apparently disappointed that they did not hear The siren At one time the Government crafl "Ida' loud blast with her horn and this fooled man] Most of the people U Beckles Road did not hen UM nren y—fffday, on enquiring at UM Almshmise the Advocate was lOld that %  few people only knew that the siren went on" when they were told by others who had been In town and heard It Residents in Crab Hill. St Lucy. -Four Roads. St. John and Belleplaine St. Andrew said that although on the alert they did not hear the wall ng ot the sire" Workers, in the fieldwere HMO bv the Police to listen out for anv alarm around noon. These said listened but did no! n*ai anything. One woman said sho heard a whistle but tfl was not the blast of a siren %  n i % % %  B w i \ It comprises E P Pi Worm* angles n...%  douMw natch and begins on Monday. September 11. PI -IN for about two weeks Mr Taylot told UM Adeneotc vestcrday Hul U ll I the Hr 1 %  pan In ;hese championships whtcfl • "• ri and I' everything goM as II U they expect to stage a Us in Barbados in 1952-53 He said thai 'he draw has not vet been announced, but It is understood that Jamaica arill be ?eded. therefore. Baii>.. either have to play British Guiana %  i ri.rici.io in the lirs'. I The team is a represent' rW MM and he will t>e daanlul> playing of the singh's and men's •i, Dff Manning, leaving the other singles to be decided f rat using untftf U i Boa U lights which nre %  ORMlhllul OfrttMil new to them. Flbodlishls —Belter Crowd l reason for play.ng under floodlights is that a better crowd Is anticipated than playduring the afternoon when some of the matches might have iyed Hue to the limited hours. lie coMtdtn that if they are lyek) enough to draw British Qul i II UM ilist round, they arould have a fair chance of beating them. On the other hand. If TrtaMM, he is certain tht) will put up %  g*-xl aho. hor%  r | Mini:. i IDC Ingleneld and baeten them in the douhMI in Barbados two years ago. Thi Btnglc playorg, How and McDonald are hard nuts to luck, they i them and whatever happens, he is certain that hi team srtU gin leoount of themaalt i lid that at a meeting of tin HOB .m Monday, DaManning and himself were chosen to I Barbados at the forthcoming Tannis Conference to he held In Brlt: | the playing of aaent champlosublp games One item on the Agenda c>f the iieeiiini was to consider entering i West In l< ' '"i ">P Davis "up in IBM .ST THOMAS will build %  i .1 medical ollice \ 'K ii 5 ;l rt0; F du,,, ,u lh K S l J p "" v,s ,> ,I %  build the ,., %  when Ihey met yester-1 1 %  I inlnM lhe erection ol the new | day. were Mi Reeves, Mr. Collins ami Mr Waison.| ,_,**; %  ii-tt to build me ~ — I w.n ba buy u the old parocJudl %  to pay ii | trio IHII chase It (•ihn* said thai at it arould buil-i th • new medical officer's quarters, h.' felt they should tr>' to cut dowo the expense as much us p Id, tw >.tii. :, politics In their t-uslncss Mr tiMdais aid that one a 1 the mill objects in their dec ding on the Edgehill site wi bacauol of easier transportation He did not believe, n an) coat, thai Rock Hall was %  BUltabtf plaoi for a Parochial Medical 0nicr*1 Mr. Handlfrwl said thai think oi Etoch H.tii as I'lounh n arai Bl H* not as it be ng in Si Thomas When a bur Id,in: TCtf 00 be It was always IM-II that it ihould be erected In hoc% Hall Because a police OUM nu ther.it did i M meessaiily mean that a parochMl "I 1 "" %  i". i leri shouh be erected there Kalmucks Find Rest In Paraguay AFTER 500 YEARS GENEVA. Sept ?, Seven hundred Kalmucks, deendants of the "Golden Hoiendisplaced persona for almost 500 years are to start new life m Paraguay, it was announced here today. Since the war which they spent in Nazi slave labour camps. Kai.. lived HI ink lefugec organisation centres in German) Now they are to go to > bM Nation of a group nt inouiiriulist* and llnanciers in \-uiuion. i i have been promised %  nougn land to rebuild their shatbrtt. conimunal life and aid lowaids ending almost live centuries of isolation. Ihe> will be given about 9.000 Beroa Of fertile land in a rich valla) southeast of Asuncion Caen family or group of four iua will get a Iwu-roumed Muse, about SO acres, a .-f. )2 chickens and tools 1'he advance party of Kalmucks .. GernMJI) next month for Paraguay. Keiuge In Altai Maajalajbai I'i.c Kalmucks who i-.une from Aiiiin Mongolia *ere driven Manchunans and sought refuge llrst in the Altai mountains of Asia and later in the Hussum nai' their requneinch:.. cannot 6 Kinpin where they bred the -.sppltwl local!) who informed tinMaster rd Uu that the latest from Trinid.ui. whl I ad at Seawell, were f..\ He wished all on board a successful voyage The ships company cheereo thr Police and their Barbadian friends. Then as the Police launch stood by and 'he ships in the harbour saluted in i Dorai'Wi lifted anchor and hoisted her sails f"i u Quatre, which Undag fivourable weathi tions. she should raaoa M dav morning. She was escorted out b) 'n< Yacht Hi Ho, owned and skip* Fathei l{..uklns and when the thre*mile limit wax reached, those on board the Dora ms lined the decks and gave three Marti i hoei • rot Barbadoa and w tor ooaarvance ol tha hraOJ of the ea Jumaicu Govl. W ill Buck l,Of;il k n ill in<'. IFWITI Our Own tunpona*I' KINGS I'. IN The Jamaican (loveinmenl ha decided to grant protection to UK local knhling iiulustn to enabl local enterprtM to i pt :ii[MiH,itions of underweai %  kinof rotten ,md olliei | ik Km the peal two arts C inn 'i hi vcighmi; repreaat tatloni by local %  n.'inuf.n %  .,%  rkM i" armj "f tariff barrier •talnst i swamping of the Industry bv Importations from India rist subkaHoni t'> n } -good) Jail And Hard Labour FOR "EMIGRATIONAGENT Thnt.v-two-year old Walter Burton Hinds a Commission Agent ,,f Pinfold Street was sentenced to six months' imprisonment and lined £10 when he wai found guilty by His Worship Mi t L C. Walwyn, Magistrate ol District "A" yesterday, of tin nnt Ihrao ol aavan charge* b iices. of tbeotbei (OUI i barge, has been adjounied until Nttvam* I H ." In the llrst ease Hinds wai found guilty of obtaining from Errol Nurse on August S the : of S10 by pretending that would get him to Amen. Kmigrolion Scheme. For this Hinds was fined £10 Tha set ond and third wer today. Other scnooners calling at Barbados wenthe -Rosarene" from British Guiana, tha "MaiMaiay it. md die "Adeline" from Si Lucia rticse vessels brought a mixed argo including firewood, charcoal oeoanuts. wallaba posts and polet i -,d also fresh fruit During the evening, the "Caribbee" came in from Dominica orf"" ,rgo ehielly made up of frf fruit Indian Commissioner For B.W.I Appointed PORT-OF-SPAJN o> Khir Anand Mohain Saliay b UM new Indian C'omim--ioner for the British West Indies and British tluiana. He succeeds Professor Satya Chilian, whose term of cftlce expired In May. Lorn in • 898. Sahay was Private Secretary 10 Dr. Rajandra Prasad. Prvsidenv' of tlie Republic of India. He has been associated with tta National Congress. H e worked in Japan in 1923 as lecturer and publicist, and In 1926 he organised the Asia Conference at Nagasaki. fcahay Will leave India within cuple of days for Trinidad. Wh.n the) awre matter On Iha li-i fMsMini Of 'hi hunoua C.^sack horses Vestry, the controvert) e*U 0O A great rlcwl at the Kiver Volga the acquutltlon of nfu-\ Altai lued them back to become the money had been U"'.. new sliiteless |Ms>ple in the south grounds were be ng bioken foi When the Kus.sian levolull. objections. rame they fought with White Nu Need I Armies against the Communists He saw ,,o Mad for call.ng Uie - d '' u,u | ,c t h ned wh e Jhe Bol taxpayers to u-ll them that tM>|**vika took over Ironically il would not have to pay for the *" ">• Nasia who re-united building by inrreascr in taxts. liMhem h> sending them in droves ;hev had to pay. they would have I to sieve labour camps, board -unckiy onough, he said ; The „ R BS11 '"f hfcd tripd u r"""Mr. Oaadlng sa u that Mi Uessfuily for 20 years to fit 20.000 Muhon had got into contact with Kalmucks into the Communlsi Mr Niblock and Mr. Niblock n* "ystcm and settled them in then cjovernment baa dadded that a pa .t t rahi tumid bo addod %  in i| Ua| %  tariff on ii.iiiwcii and ahlrti of coitoimi ..Iliei io.itili.ils as will IVi he local produol opportunity of a m ajattni an the n market Antigua Relief From Trinidittl City Area Suggested For Market nu: Cornnuattonan of Health tt St Michael decided at their meeting yesterday to recommend to Government to acquire for the pur|>osc of a district market, the area in the City bounded by SulUa Street; Tudot Street. Masonic Alley and Vatkins Alloy. The land is about 27.0f square foot lection of the site ana Uee of the ii get i The suggestion of aequiring it %  ame from Mr. E V. Goddard. and the motion that It be recomnendad tc thrown %  bout whorl they are in motion Plastic Ousts Turtleshell SAYS FISHiRIBS OFFICER V.i Ii W WlMB, Fisheries Officer, told |TU Advorale yeslerQgy ,hat there was nothing doing locally In the turtle shell indiwtp' During the last two yenrs there bad from the United Ktnadojn at all. He said that in England plastic kon fha place o4 turt* rnell. Brush backs and spectacle frames which were formerly made from turtle shell are BOW botn| produced in plastic at a cheeper i ita 1 said that he would give an extra $1,200 to complete the work That was how they came to be In a posit on then to summon • meeting to let .he Wstry know that the money could be had. Mr. Mahon said that the w> told UM VI rtf j of Mr Niblock's decision, il would win that he went to h m and ked him for more im>n->. bUl he had not don* that He bad .greed to tell Mr. Niblock th. outcome of the Vestry's discussion %  nd lie had telephoned him and told him that they could not llnance the building. Sometime Itar, M: Niblock made him the offer. Mr. Reeves said that be never had been in favour of building new quarters. It was only a smart scheme of n Vesiivmai. MMd M lavish the rate payers' rnor*ay. The major ty of I avers were dissat -ue i the buildings they had Just erected Need Vestry Koom A building 1 i k e a Vestry room was In more urgent MM of being bu It than a medical %  • .. i aaldenca when the exist ng one cuid tM repaired, There were othOf buildings too, whtcn ,,, ,•• moii<•• iessaiy Mr. Mahon asked if Mr Reeves were suggesting that thry should ., ,,.,,i Uv i M ..lit quarters which .,.,. ... a vi i l'.d i.iruli'. am arhlch would lake practically glO.OOO, and then repair n ev. IJ sufisequent year. Mr. Reeves said that t never happened that they had hi rcpaij buildings every year Nor did un vow think of the present hold* i of" ihe office in critic sing the ad vlsabllity of building a MM^TOri (1m\ rl.it imputation was moved to Slhorla n W I A. which lefl Tnnidad on .1 After Hitler's defeat. 700 rtal-lmorcj flight on Ifondaj Anguekwere found m laboui %  iican clergymen 111.d tl., BrUM imps and put under the rare of 1 'tephens Trust Fund are Imping ihe International Itefugee Organ" 'I"' rOUOi, BOH well-w i-h.i and isation. .in placoi Another mere) Most of them are farmers and %  *•* %  ,s lkl P 1 "^ * cattle breeders, but ihey also inI'luded nurses, tailors, and mechanics, as well as surveyors and %  %  1 -•• Iteulrr 10 Cas*8 Muluriu In jit ml ANTIGUA, Sept. 7 There are 10 cases of malaria at Old Road which in the pel 1 hai m-eti ;i mal.111.1 aiea All houses in the district have DOM fumigated with I) 1)1 and MludrUM (Ul iiibutid tn si 11001 ehlldrai bv IIone adult, mm1 1% %  %  ehluirari aeaa between throa and 'en Then•• no 1 ,msc of d. epidemic The seal I INK drought sear and only 17 Ol.iilmirv Mr. R. A. Wooding IIIK dMth occurred hi Port-otSpam, Trinidad Ihu week of Mi lictin.d'i bldo Arthur Wooding father of Mr. H. O. B. Wooding K.C. Reginald Wooding was born ii Barbados and with other memberof bu. family went to Trimdwd bnprosM the family fortunes. Tw brothers remained in Bart>adi" one of which was the htfa m Clayton Wooding who was fathei o Mr. John Wooding. Crown Attorney of the Leeward Islands Mr WwKlIng w? *>'< I 1 deceased him some years ago was the father of two sons and ran daughters all of whom now survive him Leaving to attend the funOra on Tuesday were his two brothers and his nephew. Mr W.nsto. Wooding. Dentist of Jamcsstiei HEALTHY • turn retail hi tag i-*^ 1 dtaCMful.rr^,,, h. UHhrof wV .' Cwucun fJaap '1 aaoelaai T PIUWIMO-Ill lllr-j in ii> [ %  n^r am hMlihy ud -'1 >>*~> m* from Munb(s, n\*> J >M 1 %  u>Mi(lvk>r(ind>rl*er. --^-^} *C^"" (fro* ~~ CVS ur PURINA ,w CHOWS POLURl AMMAL8 Trinutad's C.C. Joins Americas' aueaOM tended by Trinidad's Economi A. Shenfleld. POBT-OF-SPAIN. Sept 5 The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce has bean taken into membcrsriip of the newly formed Chamler of Commerce for the Americas. Jamaica has already KILLED IN ACCIDENT POKT-OF-SPAIN. Sept 8 George Govla and Peter Bui yun, two Trinidad youths, we killed instantly in a aceldant shortly after midnight on September 5 Employees of Alcoa Meanuhip Company, they were returning to Port*of-Spain from 1 [area Airport, where they h;i Mi \1 D. Borden. mother Trlnida'Jlan. also of the Alcoa Company who left ncrc to :ake up new duties In :! %  Nti Bunyun. had bin cently returned from instates, where the company had sent him on a two-year course -• \.as to assume duties as head of CANADIAN EMIGRANTS The Colonial Secretary has been Canadian Trade Commissioner in Trinidad that all persons wishing to enter Canada CthOI than these nrnti Schools or Universities there, must apply to his office lm pi %  entry a-, immigrants. 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PAGE EIGHT BABADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER . !• W.I. Hold Good Lead vs. Minor Counties West Indies (for ." ukts. dee.) 425 Minor Counties 100 & (for 6 wkts.)20t I fRWlCH. Sapt 7. A S?' Ihama which gave him threi .! .., '.i : Counties %  i %  ... today. RgajdjM J The la I 106. le->. The Vori Keighley and W '"B pace and slow bowline con! %  ame. anhiiirii Five in the addltti %  191. was brillwoitly earn B in the deep altar thrt half hours at Uie wick, I he hit 12 (our? 02. It seemed thnt the match might in two day*, hut the seventh wicket pair stayed together for the last 21 minutes Indies batsman hart %  Corne7 LeaulifulK HI raising their fourth WMfci to 170 tntl hit u tout iltaa m hi* 94. msxk %  -t 18 four* good pvrfoi attack The partnership cOOtln 4 the attack, and nl tea %  1th the tai 119 |.w 0 IndlVKi ••Ing Keighiev not Out 59. SuiOUl ^6 with four extras All the changes of Stoltmeycr %  patch which hid %  .'v paced, was hardly i .,ugh lircaklng : again. %  the pitch of the ball SutclifTc startled the OfOWd and Ramadhm pnlltnK hli i over •quare-les Thi* pair put On the lift 111 2 :l .'i '.IT W and hit 10 I Tnr .ame I cancarnad in an unit 126 ickei before pl*> ended SJght %  ;W>oord on' ..mifc talc list night, but play rcsiartc prompt!., toda} pttdn 0 1 Trenrall showed n pnrtlal.t %  . . %  Flying Fish Defeat Barracudas Keevil Duly Outlifts All Comers "Council Must Stop U.S. Bombing of Korea %  meteta between %  who a ered llw i ofl [( UtOIICETOWN Keevil Daly lived up 'pu tat ion on Sunday ie Hriirth Gwkana Senior /fen i i' e Astor Cinema brier.' %  i wd or fans who %  i Brought %  ** *** minute < hang recOtVl equalled, one b> D I h. in place of Detus; I)M o(n „ bv Gouveta Atktnaon, gave an excellent perAfUr „ lliy off for mon hdn lormance m the back line lie' v9mr rj,^ rame ^ck „„ , n %  -.. winning foal ior hi*, ihe setback of a gym injury pressed (t2M. snatched (MO) and Another good performance was JeT1Jwd ,905, hi way to the top ll "" 1 ''"' ''' el the table in the 165 It racudas goalkeeper, who CuuvWvM 6 short %  he played %  came through rru HI; a/a bowled Ti id hit 11 Corner aafaly w bis centurj eluded 15 fours In 140 BUnutea When the NO broke through the clout-* Worrell found his tuueh ,,I..I mi%  • %  which Hashed the bell to the boundary soon put him In the twenties, f remain • .1 intarl Ml wtckct-keeping was aouAd, but still runs came legfaefor wicket to CMve-chl lor 117 In al he batted IH'i m the bourMawy 4i). The Counties' captain found difficulty in pi Worrell, ho %  %  10 runi Hi two more before Iut.< % %  : OUt 62. The Wi their hit: WOIH 1 ban I tor his G2 not • laying a tout* Minor Count* InrfUge defeat To %  •". iuns were Mcaesary, and anai Yorkshire grit ihU pair iiom th> county ol brood aero LorsflBenUs Eoch took offside bow rait bowling rwblecgd i% MarthaM Jonas the otnei pace bowler had 0 longer pcl and needed careful watching though SutcllfTe sent hint through the flips for four Keighley cracked his bat mi* changed it tor a new one a no mied his stylish play. IN rell came on but was not some and Ramnnhin suffered a" early punishment from botl In 61 numites the Mi The Minor Count** %  Of at the close After tea "'Ui only 3 runs look revenge 1 r puni.h'' nl b) tricking and owllna SutelifT" for 16 %  %  1 b'ithered h\ tn>: %  etting sun. called for his cap hred inane light 'ntehin: IrragOT off P.erre's fast howling. -re now doW'i .. Ill r.t v e squai awefar, Wiiiiini>s had > Ew1l inughi %  mi in in %  pool %  r I neon eauaht : %  • qn-It 101. %  %  • • %  %  • nen Okdit He \UU\ Ml I I* n in t'iree artrl s .,1 il„wicket many hard show from Peter Patterson OVT the Cruas bar. The game *i* w.i balanced Shortlv ufter it started l*Jt Klctcnei, the Banaeudas right I Mi n*WO the wing and rtytng run goal Unfoftunatel> one stru-k the igtd and rebounded Into II the other went high <* cross bar. Soon aliei ivui i-.itten.on look a tong inol -it the liariaCTlda-. goal but Perea re-ehed well out of the water and brought oft a M) save. Prom %  in Patterson again took 0 hard hot and although thai ,.f 1',-lc/'" UCtcO) for Flying Tlsh, if struck the i-'t upnuhi and euejarl not >•• play. 1. tear new tried a shot but Paraa saved. Shortly before half time Herbert Porttllo tested Paul Poster's ability He shot h.ird into the left corner of the goal but Foster stretched across and made a good save. In the second spell B. Armstrong r Barracudas missed a golden pportu'iit* to open his toanVi account. After receiving a paw %  as unmarked in the goal area but shot wide of tb) le(f upright HnmfKil' "*' : vers. and str;'lgti'w** etttim, 'lean DodMng Family Argues Over Child Daly who did not reach anything like his best form equmleu to* 226 proas record tor his class held by Jo* Bacchus, while Alt it-.. Gouveia's (SOI) clean and jerk r.|u*ll l hi own record for ligntheavy weignts Colony stars Ernest Spelling won his 123 lb. clasa. from Charlie Archer because of lighter anoVweagnt, while Alphonio Corrcia out lifted his division iomp home OBfy winner 111 die 140 lb. class. The results were 12311b (lavs C Sills (bodyweight U9> Press — 150: Snatch—170; Clean nd Jerk (2M): Total -575 R. CritthlOw (booyweight 123) Pi ess—131: Snatch leO. (lean and Jerk—100; Total—471 1331b Claaa I >( >ellen (131) Press — ISO; Snatch 1HJ, C Si J — 240. Total ~05. C. Archer (13111 Press—ISO. Snatch-181; C. & J.—340; Total —eoJ. A. McPher^on (132) Press — 160; Snatch—171; Total 335 I4)f lb Clataa A Correla (144) Press-105. Snatch-220. C J —270; ToteJ —685 O. Leow tl4B^)PTe— 161; S latch—221. C A .1—261: Total —615. J. Park (I41J) Praia — 195. Siatch—201; C 8c J— 240. Total -640 Peiet Pdierson. ny now. was lenuHed o leave the Flying Fish hack line He came up into the Itarrecudas area and look a hard -,hni but the ball struck Perez's ttngrr and then the crosa bar u.Miiding into play. / few r-lnute-i later he how-1 Snatch 23V %  ai heat lerer. with hard ihr-i .__7go. •o open his team's account. c Tyrrell (112) Prev — I Barracudas tried hard during Snatch—SIC, L 8s J 260. Total— the ktat minutes hut could not JO. The end sow Flying c. Gulling (187) Press — ISO 1 (..,11, Clasa Daly (1621* Preea — •: St J.—301; 'Jjpul MALIK DEMANDS AKK SUCCESS, Sepl 7. 'I UK U %  Bovksi rirsolution celling on the United Bt cea^e Iximl.i' gflhl. The resolution referred to "the baVfaaVOUS bumbiny of a peaceful population" by the American Air Force in Korea. It asked the Council: "To call upon the Government of the United States to eeaae. and not in future bombing by alr i:> other means, towns I dirted areas and also jhootlng up from the air the peaeaftti popularslan hi Korea -To in'iii The ea>OJ father who pealed to American Legi' grahari ba aaalstance will be reS tesentt.il bv Frank I. Schwartz of ew York. Even the United State* Embassy here has entered the eese "Mi Daynea ha.-, given his word M honour that he wi,. not harm Ihe child." it was stated Daynes last night told htj wife 'You can com* with me to New York or go bock to England, but in any cuse I intei d to leave with the child har the United States .his morninn Wkata ihe argument between ihc father, mothei. grandfather, and uncle of young Laurel went on through most of last night, the father's Mite in the Hotel was guarded by the hotel staff and later by two policemen called m by Goodman "to nrevent trouble It was comparatively calm after hectic scenes earlier when Goodman's son amaahad the door to Mr. Daynes badrootn with n flre-axo and the husband wife and brothThe Americans are Impelled by bJttred against the people of K'H' %  nd ctl.ri |K'o|iles ol A-1.1 who are righting for freedom." Malik further charged that the United States military forces had v.,l.,t< M -he Hague Convention of 1907 which forbids the bombing of nd bombardment unde•m-law wreetled for possewiioii Bed rrorn land, sea, jf the weeping child, wlule re, -oneluded by asking the Council porters looked on and naah-bulba |i0 forbid further unnecessary popped liomblng and bloodshed in Korea --Keuter. —fteuter. Fish still in the lead. otal—ISO. I.i l %  lied mot aeoUineyer, whi%  %  >ns ivr INNINO* %  .,.!! *l i n 9 U,. IJIII {he t.i>-t Snappei ""' "wimmer^ were very elusive Heavyweight Fui Si,..ppci. IMbrrt Bannister W. Bruavhe (1901) Pn ll scoring machine, net ten Snatch—235; C. AJ 2Hir. Totalthe llrst three, while the other .40. two gfenl to >uunit '•Hilly" Man-1 C. Moor* (183) Iress — 215 mg 'Snatch—225: C 8s -' 280; Total The teams were : I —720 SLVINO runi p T.*, -c-ai ..] M William(I98*j Pre100 %  urtSTZn DaiS" Snatch-205: C. A J, 280. T.talBARJtACUiMa ll isrnk< I(>I BM Johnfjn. C rvlyn. •t_ r>r £ef-." %  tiiioiilIT'S THE BRAVE PICTURE OF THE YEAR -\ vi'it us i \t BrawRf and n. ll ICE Ul. Kirhjrd. .. (..inO Pan*. L D.-Iin. w I I .. .1 I. AM>>>y RH>r*r: Ui Archly CUrkr PI.,11, Trinidad Races Results ir.*l INfl HM. OUT FOR 2 pOPT-oF-M'MN jrnor. Sir Hung -. i fot two runa b aft wet I Government %  row on Sunday last. Holiday For Cricket Victories %  i. KINGSTON. menl has L.I. ad in %  '( %  -. Ian & mii'lii' h, el i ii i>n ot ll,,' 'A'.'i !'. h. ( i learn %  tlggggf in England, but in view of the I t the dates for the Jamaica of the Jamaican ,r Ihc ieam. the Executive Councu has decided l< •lie time being thi f the holiday date. This decision was taken aflat considered ., holiday to lie Km gl <>t: 1 taacs. toy t liy the Artlng Mayor ol Wills .Hi'itiaa. Meaeajs < %  POHT-Or-SI'A am Th." llM lUnanm lullO imt nM*-in oreaa hnsu, Hi a,mi -MHiiiuirMvi ,l^ttnnri; N s.,,i d iiel 1 "pearl iQc Juaeplii. a ,J Midtl I'IIMutUSl Wm Sl.TS. flu.-.. 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PAGE TWO H fouuh galling BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDW, SEPTEMBER S. I30 What Is Music? :s EXCEU-ENCY the Guv •fttior and Mrs, Savage nil Houir Hrn-i fc. ttt Mis* Pat Savage an I Savage* parenta. Mr and Mr* tnpWQDd lntr.in.it THEQAMBOLg (jpnii 1 ^ £ki, I BRISBANE Of <> l( %  and Sons. W< %  ndy Rodney from UK ui h> Mr Brisbane wrio panel here on May 26 on ih< went up lo the U K Europe and the U S A I 'rip which hr said was very plcasaal Ho aiM vWtad Holland, Bat* cunn. Luxeniboj' and France and said that white in England, he uw tl i %  %  of UM things on hi tour which he wou!d never forget Brought Children To School M RS CARMEN T de VIL [CBNCIO "I C-raca^. Ilarhadoi wiiii i>. i ihrse childran MagaUv. Afxa and Ivan *hnm she ha hrOUKhl OVn %  • I'Ut l: %  •in i SI la (•* here for a year and 00N T Ur rueww -fll'U in sound". I said MIM Enid Richardson to a Council Headquarters on Wednesday The theory of muaU should form part of the child** miming and should a.ways I.taught musically through the ear*and not at a separate mat hemallcal subject Miss Richardson spoke of rhythm, melody. harmpD form Student* should be aware of rhythm, in .-vervth a bird ;n flight, the heart B.C. Bu.ines.aian Here .if nffij" 1 of dom "%  •" M K IGNATIUS KAWAU. of. Tm.e gr,.upmgs of ,ne rhythm, BnUah Guiana arrlvr.li pulses should b.Uughl through .< -!. The limp value cf Mam iheir names and the beatuit On Short Holiday M RS. F A M BROWN whose husband is Manager of the Bata Shoe Store in St. KitU. arnved yesterday morning by the 'Lady Rodney' for about a week's loliday She was accompanied l.y her Utlle daughter Phyllis and thev are staying at the Hastings Hotel Mr. Brown Is ax i\er abort. %  f Antifua—A Grim Spectacle I EV K. Tf!m Detroit. Michigan || nov in Barbados as one of ih> associate missionaries of fthi Fundamental Baptist Church** He arrived yesterday morning < the Lady Rodney from Boat and was accompanied by his wi. and little daughter Beverlrv Shaking of his trip down b •aM .tint it was vary rough am he had vei> little aUep as the; %  fan m the hurricane area anr the ship had to go off Its cours ll|sj holiday in the U S A IvI imaging Attorney of Kau all, general merchants l.eorgetown. he la now In Barb,idos to spend three weeks befm returning home b> the Lad .Vrlaon on its south bound voyage He Is ruving at Crystal Water*. Worthing Mi Kawall said that he pi through here two month* ag> when on his way to the USA and spent four days He Isa. visited the island in 1M4 for month when he was on a plensun trip through the West IndieMeteorological Obaerver—B. C R. l> D BLACKMAN of British Guiana, returned home last night bv the "Ladv Pvtne.v %  ume his duties as MeteoroloM 1 : in order lo avoid four Heal ObNrm at the Department hurricane. The> mri "I Aeri<"ulture h> had tprnl two (urtunilp that nothing *e*k." holiday net* and was sta> '..ipi>oiip.i to top voaarl m* at Crystal Waters Worthing On reaching Antigua, mrmbers M r "'ackman told Cant, of Ihr Hod Croat came oul to th. !"•*• *•' " !" u ' • ship and Ml very KUra makln. HL '" M ren '" " """"l* -inrl Ml." aolK-itaUon. (nr fund, (or tho 5? u,u : ,od " "" T thNew York Artist Leaves WR QLAMD "Lad. Rodnc> was Mr S wonderful improvements made m the island especially artth regard to the traffic regulations which ere similar to what he saw in London With Booker Bros. M R and airs Wrtor Consaives and their three children of British Guiana are now la Barbaweli-known art st. left for Trmiriad B W I. A. yesterday evening aflat ^ six weeks' b B l-ords Castle He was accompanied b> Mrs Campbell I two children Rutfli .,n, Baapl They hope to join \h< Hr.iulian ship "Del Plata" St Trinidad for New York (fag Leewara Islands Mission of Seventh D-<** •?!?"< three snonthj* hoiiAtjfSMii Adventis's He .cfhere on SundWv ?*> J*?* ""^ "! monlh * AHKBtu. bv RWI A if. *e *h,i iL,., the -Lady Nelson" and an New York L^ J **. ? !" X .£Z£* i M No J fiat, Indramer nurche* ^ G onsaves l> wtth Booker Bros Gonsarves Is with Booker MrConnell and Co. Ltd First In 40 Years pAYINC is hrst visit to li.itive B;iii...i. %  ':. i absence of 40 years, is Hi A prlvata pta^fonai bVaaon, Isaaaai huaattj 11 hera m i aaori holiday and b tl'i" -utiic .HI to Trinidad wher< .ike the J.dy Nelaoi lia a | ," Aural Traininfi I T' : • I 1 %  --; ai The lecturer showed how ctotw could be Uugmt aural U stressed the unpxrtaMce or th,* common chard and s haw m! ho < student easjsd JJIT and m a* harmoniaation In arrttfat aa RKhardaon -yasi h*\^ paragraphs, ser.tcncem. ph-ases arK" punctuauon. and must is ISBBlSsa ;.* h> means uf sssaaa aaajM t-v ;-. gat M T-.-tKxkmgth of phrase, roniraat of Phrase, and the vanaus half cksars and full closes ta a piece It as only by studying farm a. ts nas na wt sense that one could laassj sppreciate long cornpaat aasM -A child should have aural training before starting .. Jjam an instrufnert.she said. Parents would soon understaac this need for aural training if the\ were made to see its vxlue a giajd thing to ristew to musk and iot just hear It Curiouser And (urioiiMT CURIOSITY is certainly one of the chief guarantees of life's enjoyment. And the older BBS grows the more vitally necessarv it is to preserve one's ruriosit> Middle-age begins with its de. line jnd the first raiiure of curiosity you detect in yourself must be lumped upon immediately and ml Measly Compton Mackenzie, giving a BBC talk on The Enjoyment u( I.1V111K B.B.C. Radio Programme IHIDAV SKPTCMBER I m Tlw New. ,-...7 10 %  11. Nf.1 E*r.. I-m -.. I COIIWOD -xHirfff r 'U |i 'IIP 1 r 1 %  1^ +-T aarasssi. • a %  • < mraTh Ni naatiUi u 11 I 09 p "i S.m %  K>fl. I *• P %  HaiWs Howird. a at a > TIW N.-j i.. P m m. r. Hi,lain. I I) p %  Ipoli* %  %  de Cenearta oa p m Th Nn %  IS p m Thl)iiv., o.. • IS p m NiIM> t Ihe OpOTB. i SO p m rcl % %  SUipl' i i^ Thrarr* Organ, I II p n os p ... Ti|>j*avinffti->i M p m M-Kvt'. a 30 p %  •• Burl} B&sjtaivi '. J 11 .-. Iniertud*. Th Nr. l i> M W %  I I IS p n> 1 tallhal UM Wm ind'm. %  SS %  I I Xnrml a II p m Short S-ory. S 1 p m Mt Allm. I SS p m. Fnm I Mr"ini o( tlw rliluih Atawcls'li 1 • >B p m PlDID lh PlaaiiKliiMlr C [mU liuipm The N 10 IK p i In'arli^lv. IS IS p m l*i*Tiie>' Vim Oair* 10 SS p m Wtiild \p in The Tlrhsonn GAIETY The Garden, — Si. Jamci A I DAY SPECIAL! •HI.. SAT. 1 Sl'N. .30 l-.M. .... reck* PTEAST-VITE L J THERE'S PAIN RELIEF AND TONIC BENEFIT Yea I Yeast Viw QuicsJy wtoihes sway headaches, neuralgia, nerve and rheumanc paint but a does sometruns 2 elK too t Because of its rsiusble %  mic nn-perties Yeast Vile I helps you to feel Brighter, loog beticr. deep more easily and J enjoy more energy. Next lane rou want pan relief take YeastVile and get ionic benefit too Aol % I H Ml 11 I IM .1A M..,„... Only) taS roNoaiiou r UMI.il I TO HOMIAV MliUt >l SJ J.iAN tllAWIUKD JOHN OARTIEL III HiMoatsyt L %  ilh CNtCAK 1XVANT J CAKHOL N. I a( an *.'aJaaa> awarf r.i BUhtt** l P Ls%aBi% — Oistin: T&*• a. wrl.t Saiaml >" I in.,u-i\H on tot three hour, when ;i HOPE lhal the lllm actreiui n '"anger knocked on the door arho %  Rind here bv air with SLSfJSkK P ".* C *; "'"' two aalomi uni.agea In her |K,k, ; d h J h ,d ,J u, .. 1 ' "" """V hndh;iK lias set a new faahh %  in.i. .A and cried, "I. *omebo a double bob major, a quadruple pan.ed Ihe exciting discovery. | 'uhmiraS """''"" minor and a couple of made after monlh. of patient u ""v!ch triples Thla had been cauatleally. by ., „„,i„, membei that if the thing wa. to be Judge,: > ""in n standards, on. would obviously not expect the Micas lo oe put in the belfry cl,u"'A f,; n lo d d <" '" the llie ta.lrV, ,..".':' ??'.earned to ih. and atudy of statist I OBANDCST TODAY GLOBE fiiiii.i: \MMI IN TOWN ; & 8.0O and CONTINUING All /'it Gr*0tNess tin Scrim am Bring/ MLMV SONS' vJfc-ja A ,M,t.(SAL rfitcattAtlONAl PIC'uaE THEATRE MAT NO 203 • H10V CHRISTIANS HChVARO OUFF LOUISA HORIOH %  FTMtKToNROt' ARltN? fRANCIS UOYO GOUGH CHESTER ERSKINE •lODUCIIO. ~^h^MIil.haWOilltlia.lii.i^,M^.o.e. 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MARKET STREET. Richter

Y.M.C.A. RELIEF Advocate Huvvicane 7
FUND REACHES $283 Relief Fund

For Antigua

Voluntary lady helper iuy nainder















spent another busy 1ay which the larger pach
the Y.M.C.A, yesterday, re ages, will be shipped by the "
iving, sorting and pack chooner Princess Louise Canadiat snk of
uses of Clothing, foodstufl vhieh is expected to sail thi omen
hoes for the e0ople ¢ evening Royal ta ef Canada
hburricane-sstruck ynitigu ‘ t i 0 0
Over 200 donors had re ly. \ inh 24 OH 64 00
Jp to yesterday evenin ponded to the appeal up t
package had bee three o'clock yesterda and ; ee 120. Gb
iled and ready for shir vhen 3.80 p.m., more par 10 00
nt Twelve of these are els were still coming ’ bs
JAMES BEACH.--Richter. expected to go by ‘plane to through the Y.M.C.A gate Mistiet ov
‘ i ee s 10 00
Mr. H. WH. Williams, Gen G B. < b 04
eral Secretar of the Well Wishe 25 00
Y.M.C.A Id the “A B. x
M ; told ne ‘ Syurrpath isos 3 00
oti Lia aia VLE yesterday tha J. A, Martines 10 00
need of male help fer nait W. P. Nu 5 00
ing ind moving abau BE. H, M 5 a0
FORT JAMES BEACH.—Richicr. naeki s greatly felt MN Se ee
ne greatly t Sarr 25
The Y.M.C.A, staff, he Said Mr. and My John FB
had had a dificult time with Sone Hen
ing \ ‘ Mrs. Ro end 2
that end of work Norman FR. Hend 2 50
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Devthe ao 1" eceived e: Ss 'o®
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Mr Paul Sheldon si ” 2
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AIRPORT MANAGER Captain Burton's House formerly occupied by U.S. Colonels on the base, All Mr. A. Detdste tani * sae ere. sy 10 00
0 6
bungalows which to be occupied by lower Ranks in perfect condition.—Richter. Dr and Mre. Browne 10 00
Mr, and Mrs. Simon 00
Altman 10.0 b or 5 00
Mr. and Mrs. Spetsman 10.0 TE, 35 00
Paradise Beach Club 0.0 hep and 405. DoW lig
Aiount previously menus, ne
acknowledged 51. OF $1.635 &¢
Tota! . $283 (0









\ Where Man may not
©», Venture Alone *




Men climb moun-
tains in the company
of others and with ex-

perienced guides . . . linked together so that each



individual is protected by the skill, strength and
experience of the group.

To protect the financial future of his loved ones,
the family man needs safeguards not unlike those
of the mountaineer.

First — he must join the thrifty, self-reliant peopie
who own Life Insurance.

Second — as a policy bolder he will be linked with
thousands whose combined unity and strength
guarantee security for the dependents of one and all.
Third — the experienced guidance of a Life Insur-
ance representative will direct him along the best
route to his objective,

THE

MANUFACTURERS
INSURANCE LIFE COMPANY





MEAD OFFICE (Established 1887) TORONTO, CANADA
= a oc «“ ins it _ PETER DeVERTEVILLE CLYDE WALCOTT
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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950

What Is Music?| Curiouser And | B.B.C. Radio
|

e | :
|
~ “Music is a language in sound’ . Programme
7 | said Miss Enid Richardson to a user
cane group of listeners at the British

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov Qn Short Holiday FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950







Council Headquarters on Wednes-







. 4 . - 7.00 2 ». The News; 7.10 a ews
ae — ~ oor vs a ey RS. F. A. M. BROWN whose ay. v The theory of music! «CURIOSITY is certainly one of| Analysis: 7.15 aa The. Unt bie |
returned to Government House husband is Manager of the| should form part of the child’s, the chief guarantees of life’s en-| Bassingion; 7.30 a.m. Early i “
esterday from their ho'iday at Bata Shoe Store in St. Kitts, ar-| training and should atways b«\joyment. And the older one ee ea ee ae ben | THERE'S PAIN RELIEF
Heron Beach, St. James, accom rived yesterday morning by the | taught musically through the ears-|grows the more vitally necessary |* 9) “jr. From the Pdltonaies AND TONIC BENEFIT
panied “by Miss Pat Savage an: “Lady Rodney” for about a week’s| and not as a separate mathe-|it is to preserve one’s curiosity. | Serenade; 9.00 a.m. Close Down: 11.00]
Mr. Dennis Savage and Mr: noliday. She was accompanied by ' matical subject Middle-age begins with its decline | (noon) The News; 12.10 p.m. | Nes
Savage’s ,parents, Mr. and Mrs her little daughter Phyllis and Miss Richardson spoke of|and the first failure of curiosity an in Ghakt Stee: 1.16 pm, Racin
James Hopwood they are staying at the Hastings | rhythm, melody, harmony and|you detect in yousoa am _ Newsreel: 1.30 p.m. Here's Howard:
i Hotel. form Stud h > jumped upon immediately and/2z00 p.m. The News; 2.10 pm. Hone
Intransit Students should’ be ‘ om. Britain; 2.15 p.m, Sports
Mr. Brown is expected to come | aware of rhythm, in everything— ,uthlessly.” Review, 2.30 em Hee Se wet ‘Promen

over shortly by B.W.LA ‘a bird in flight,




The Ne
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HOTEL O. D. BRISBANE,
head of the firm of O, D



. i the rhythms of domestic lifesand y Se
B.G. Businessman Here of natare. 7 Nights at the Opera; 5





Brisbane and Sons, West Indies a B.B.C. talk on “The Enjoy- Rapley at the Theatre Organ; 5

5 p.n
Lid. With headquarters in Si M®*. IGNATIUS KAWALL of | Time groupings of the rhythmic Sri Programme Parade; 5.29 p.m. Scottish
Vincent, Was an intransit passen- British Guiana eretved! pulses should be taught through ment of Living, Magazine; 6 00 p.m Mats Un hearal le
zxer on the Lady Rodney from yesterday morning by the Lady’ the ear (duple, triple and quad- ae 6 i p.om.. Melody on. Sistas;

Rodney from Boston after spencd-| rup'e. etc. ) The time value of
ing a holiday in the U.S.A. notes, their names and the beating
Managing Attorney of F.!/of time should then be taught
Kawall, general merchants ot} Students could be called upon to
> Georgetown, he is now in Barba-| make their own time patterns and

a dos to spend three weeks before | tunes; an experiment used exten-
three months’ holiday trip which | DION T - returning home by the Lady} sively by the late Sir Walford
he said was very pleasant LIKE THE WAY SHE CALLEO Nelson on its south bound voyage | Davies in his educational broad-

He also visited Holland, Bel- ME A VETERAN CRICKET FAN He is staying at Crystal Waters,| casts
gium, Luxembourg, Switzerlana Worthing. Miss Richardson played parts
and France and said that whi! Antigua—A Grim Spectacle Mr. Kawall said that he passed] of well-known songs that could
in England, he saw the Second EV. K. WHEELER who is from through here two mbpnths ago] be used for teaching recognition
Test Match at Lord's and described R Detroit, Michigan is now When on his way to the U.S.A | of the home note, pitch and such
it ss one of the things on his in Barbados as one of the 824 spent four days. He first} important interva’s as fifths and

Boston yesterday morning on his
way back home

Mr Brisbane who passecl
through here on May 26 on the
Gascogne went up to the U.K
Furope and the U.S.A. on

| Churches; 6.50 p.m. Interlude; 7.00 p
The News; 7.10 p.m. New Analys 5
7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on West ind &
| vs. Minor Counties; 7.30 to 7.45 p.1
CROSSWORD | Galling the West Indies; 8.00 p.m. Racio
Newsree!; 8.15 p.m. Short Story; 8 30

m. Nat Allen; 8.55 p.m, From the







NE 8 SSS SS



Interlude; 10.15 p.m Phffney Pe
Office; 10.45 p.m, World Affairs; 11.0%
pm. The Tichborne Claimant

MATINEES: TODAY and TOMORROW at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30
JOAN CRAWFORD — JOHN GARFIELD



pe iE Pes Ok SS SB aint in “HUMORESQUE”
with OSCAR LEVANT J. CARROL NAISH

| Editorials; 9.00 p.m. The Midcentury NS SS SSS Sa
Meeting of the British sent

enade .
certs: io. pm The News 1000 | AQUATIC CLUM CENEMA (Members Only)

tour which he would never forget associate missionaries of the Visited the island in ~~ for r} thirds. A knowledge of the sol-fa Y K Waeaes wees, Distaes,
> ‘ Funda month when he was on a pleasure} notation helped a student con- The winner of an Academy Award for “Mildred Pierce” in another
Broiight Children To Phage geal sy seen ok trip through the West Indies siderably. Such knowledge way pf x History-making Role!
School the Lady Rodney from Boston cca wea & The Garden, — St. James | #232 =sssseer eS

ing and transposition

Meteorological
Observer—B. G.

PRS. CARMEN T. de VIL- and was accompanied by his wife

LAVICENCIO of Caracas, @nd little daughter Beverley A 3 DAY SPECIAL!

Aural Training





; i ade Concerts; 4.00 p.m
the heart Compton Mackenzie, giving be c The Daily Ser
}
|
'







Venezueia is now in Barbados Speaking of his trip down he x . â„¢ , va rn ee es
with her three children Magally, ong . it snes a rough and R. D. D. cee eer rhe Sa echal ae . as oe 1 to “service” fashion FRL, SAT. & SUN, 8.30 P.M. PLAZ 1 O ;
Aixa and Ivan whom she has "€ Had very little sleep as they ish Guiana, return ome | : je . ot 2. tains. ‘& — Oistin: To-day, Sar. in
brought over to put into school Were in the hurricane area and last night by the “Lady Rodney” — Fagg me merekty pe ® meceagar 4 Matinee SUNDAY 5 p.m. 4 ¥, & Sun. 5. & 6.30 p.m.
at the Ursuline Convent She the ship had to go off its cours» to resume his duties as Meteorolo- Sceraen Sani aa pool : h a 3 ‘a3 . RKO-Ra.io Spectacular Action Thriller! |
expects to be here for a year and 50 miles in order to avoid four gical Observer of the Department ibeadiniahe coal + ea haus eee it Ree at erent rest. (3) “ ”
is staying at “Seaforth”, Worthing ifferent hurricanes They were of Agriculture. He had spent two |‘ Sietichs “wiatee. ace Sent to is- | 1S This te very odd! & SPANISH MAIN
Also here for a year and stavine bowever fortunate that nothing Weeks’ holiday here and was stay- | UNguish nor chorcis | is egeondiaas dan : :
; ey i ing at Crystal Waters, Worthing. | and their n harmon ( | Color by Technicolor!
at “Seaforth” is Miss Evelia Prieto, bappened to the vessel bic. ‘Rectan told Cath yeast bation ; 2 (a) With Thousands in the cast, Headed b
Secretary of Servicios Portuarios On reaching Antigua, members , Mr es Seog the} “In ting an ay” 3 . a0 A x '§ Paul HENREID Maureen O'HARA i
pe ihe varia ~am. of the Red Cro: ‘ q terday that he went up to the In writing an essay aid Miss} 22 may be of 20 Across. (4) u ; — Maureen — Binny BARNES |
de la Aduana, a steamship con e c ss came out to the - * r Qbdeerve. (4)
: ie Gaskar Getee) Co : ship and were very active making U-X.. in March for six months Richardson, “you have a title @ | Walter SLEZAC and others— |
pan) a Gualra é - rz holiday and on his return to the ATACTAPHs, s€ntences, phrases and = Sa > ores ——— — — —_—___ —_ —__ ei
Both Mrs. Villavicencio and Miss Folicitations for funds for the West Indies, stopped in at Dom- | puncroatnay erences Bhrases a " = SS ae 8

Prieto will learn English durinz homeless. His wife and he were inica for two weeks before coming us is Bown


























sho shich She! . cross.
their long stay here st own around the island wh'ch on here to get some sea-bathing ies ea : Re x Rat yy
. prese nted a grim spectacle with ~ pe said that he was last in Bar- rane stad rid PEO LPOP PPLE PPLP PPE PPPOE LLLP LALLA EL FY
Attended Oils And ae crewirend here, there bados 15 years ago and noted the ; ee % ‘~— ee Beet. (3)
and everywhere wonderful improvements made in > Pa eee ofticers (4
Fats Talks | wren _ Mrs. Wheeler said that it was the island especially with regard he various hal! losts | Uses 18 Across, (0)
A® SWITHUN SCHOUTEN, guite an experience to see the to the traffic regulations which | *™ * closes Im & piece | Some natives wear this cloth. (4
meant of hn the ravages of the hurricane were similar to what he saw in a was vr oy ve form 7 1% Tae aon change to a Grev
ture, St. Lucia, returned home < London ‘S Simplest semse that one cou 2. i nickel is now our “silver Patrons who plan to see “Adventures of Don Juan” at the
Tiseuc Oe eee i > ’ reall appreciat long com ;-
Tuesday evening by. B Ww I A. Lost Two Churches With kc at appreciate long posi-} eibie aks namie entein, (6 2.30 Matinee on Today are reminded that they can obtain
after attending the Oils and Fat ETURNING fro Antigua 1 Booker Bros. om 2. Sth sign ot the Zodiac. (3) Light Refreshment at The PLAZA SNACK BAR before or
Conference. He was staying at yesterday morning by the R. and Mrs. Victor Gonsalves A child should have a year’s! i€ Between the “blood” and tn: after the Show!
Idramer Guest House “Lady Rodney” was Mr. SE and their three children of — training before = ing tc) i pais alee.
: White, Pre ent of th rard British Guiana are now in Barba-j ‘earn an instrument.” she said. yeaterd ~ “ mee
New York Artist Leaves [sands Mission ot a reg dos spending three months” holi-| Parents would soon’ understanc Pra ar ee Bae

Me OLAND CAMPBELL,
- well-known New York
artist, left for Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. yesterday evening afte:
spending six weeks’ hol iday at
Sam Lord's Castle He wa
accompanied by Mrs. Campbel
and their two children Butch anc
Beppi. They hope to join the
Brazilian ship “Del Plata” ai
Trinidad for New York.

First In 40 Years

AYING his first visit to hi
native Barbados after an
absence of 40 years, is Dr, A. A
Gaskin, private practitioner of
Boston, Massachusetts. He 1s
here for a short holiday and is
then going on to Trinidad wher:
he will take the Lady Nelson



Adventists. He left here on Sunday
by B.W.LA. to see what damage
had been done to their churches
as a result of the hi ane

He said that two of them were
complet ely destroyed while an-
other in Liberta towards Nelsons
Cockyard in the country side wes
spared and was housing about 140
people whose homes were
destroyed.

Leaving Sunday
ETURNING to Venezuela on
Sunday by B.W.I.A. are Mrs.

Francisco yonzaiez and three

children Asteria, Anna and Rod-

erick. They were holidaying here

fommthe past month as guests at
Crystal Waters, Worthing.

Back From Montserrat
FTER two weeks’ holiday
in Montserrat, Miss A. E,




day. They arrived last month bg
the “Lady Nelson” and are stay-

ing at No. 3 flat, Indramer
Mr. Gonsalves is with Booker
Bros.. McConnell and Co., Ltd

For Health Reasons
RRIVING in Barbados yes-
terday morning by the Lady
Rodney from Dominica for reasons
of health was Mr. R. H. John-
son, Manager of the Royal Bank
of Canada in Roseau He hopes
to be here for about two weeks
and is saying at the Hastines
Hotel.

Holidaying for a Month
ISS THELMA GONZALEZ
a nurse of Trinidad an
Miss Lydia Roodall, niece of
Hon'ble Timothy Roodall, arrived
from Trinidad by B.W.I.A. or

this need for aural training if they
were made to see its value

Miss Richardson said it was
a good thing to Msten to music and
not just hear it



Rupert ard the Back-room Boy —45

anh 4







TO-DAY 2.30 and 8.30 p.m.

and Continuing Over the Week-End at 5 an‘ 8.30 p.m.
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY MORNING at 9.30



T° LAKE-LON CHANEY









hack to the U.S.A. Penchoen of Kent House, Christ Sunday for a month’s holiday and Rupert has just finished the story wonder,"” laughs ai “He's LPIDGES ERIC FELDARY
i Pe : eka ; ; 4 ot his adventures when there is a just seen what happened to ae *OUER «J
Seifert Douglas, contractor, ing by the Lady Rodney, Indramer. piping call from 4 nearby tree, and wn Gane et he needa’ was OLER ee ea! 4
Ap ‘ : sa . e the i
— ere is but ae creature, “I've only ju ome te oy
BY THE WAY By Beachcombe cae ne a ae als an
" turns an ts ove mec.e. “Your revenge is now finished _ hap- rt
eee vy eacncomoer ae seems apiate ‘ about sor. pily Back ar vee and y an (oun 4 ALAN HALE » RO cae WARNE, A
ing, says the ir ” wane" dark bottl A MONOGRAM PICTURES ? r HONEY 8

MONG the recent major Salami eurrings going on for three hours when a le any epee ROBERT DOUGLA ANN RUTHERFORD ' 8 Noy 7 Phos.





triumphs of the statisticians ‘ m ., tall stranger knocked on the door
J HOPE that the film actress of the bishop's palace, A maid
poked her head out of an upper

mm VINCENT SHERMAN=—er JERRY WALD Spots

SUT FLAY RY SOREN OFF ENMEINE Ano RANEY RWRMETE PROM A ETORY Br MEROCAT OO.uuH MUSHE BY AH OYEnER

is the announcement that jack- who arrived here by aiy with

Dr. Gaskin is a relative of Mr. Church, returned yesterday morn- are. staying at No. 1 Flat
daws have, in the last 20 years, two salami sausages in her |
|



that if the thir as t clothes is usually something that is F "”
i urate eee ‘mown to everybody except the OR ME

ing-a-ding- people who conducted the investi- Starring
Ring * ding dong gation. A Committee has pub-

CAMPANOLOGIST has said lished the startling news that the Margaret SULLIVAN

deposived enough sticks in the handbag has set a new fashion. een eee hy ee ssstininmemecgctanempeaicisntait g
Ave carte, nm church: to:All, Probably they were for wearing [SNEl,, . slaps stranger tll TO-DAY 2:30 @ 8.30 TO-DAY Only 4.30 & 8.30 EXTRA SPECIAL — Warner-Pathe News showing Princess 3%
five carts. rather than eating. They could APPeserRL . f “And Continui , : X Elizabeth’s New Baby ‘I’’S A GIRL’ R
qr be worn as earrings, or as wrist Ast di revelation yerenes Republic Double . & i ee %
The remark mate oy a borough bangles, or unklets, or round the SFOUNGING Columbia Pictures pre 3 %
councillor—“There are surely neck instead of pearls, In the HENEVER I read rat nae 3 eee ae John WAYNE Rs oe %
quicker ways of filling carts with latter case they would go well thing or other “has been John CARROLL ¥ 7 %
Sticks”-was considered to be in with the new jumpers made of revealed” in a White-paper, IT “NO SAD SONGS . . PLAZA THEA RE >
bad taste. He was reminded, bread. It is what Mme. Sucrette Hy ig eae te mane Fre. eek In ee g
caustically, by a woman member calls the autumn food motif in of laughter. For what is :
“ A JACK WRA
FLYING TIGERS” gi cana

BRIDGETOWN ;

PLL PLLOLLPLLOS SEEPS ELPA

What

by utilitarian standards, one
would obviously not expect the
Sticks to be put in the belfry
before being loaded on to the



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And ut TRACY oon CASTLE |
“Dark Command”

EMPIRE ROYAL

that if you have twelve bells reason why people are eating



if ee A. pura councillor said that you can ring 479,001,600 changes, more horse-meat is because there Wendell COREY ‘with POOGSSROGOPGSSP HBV ooo ole oor
the belfry eae oe carried to Life need never be ‘dull. It was is a shortage of other kinds of
leisure, te birds at their dusk in the old Cathedral Close. meat, Let us try to imagine the John WAYNE



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In

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And

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The bells were pealing merrily in triumphant shouts which acc
ina what ay. As nobody a double bob raajor, : quadruple Pee. afer seen of pariect
the meetit, he. was talking about, grandsire minor snd a couple of made after months of patient
ing was adjounes, Norwich triples. This had been research, and study of statistics.

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UN Forces Prepa
kor Big Offensive

By JULIAN BATES

GRIMLY battling United Nations troops today| +>
halted the Communist advance—at ljeast for the}'«'" 's
time being—but were tonight preparing to meet a}..couis

still bigger offensive.

All round the 125 - mile “defence box’’ today
American, British and Soutn Korean troops beat
off slackening Communist attacks, But American
Intelligence officers said that the North Koreans
still had two divisions in reserve and were moving

up new waves of tanks
convoys.

They expected the North Korean offensive to be stepped
up in the next day or two.
spokesman said the invaders were expected to “make th
maximum possible effort within the shortest possible time”’|
to exploit their recent gains.

American Ist Cavalry Divisions
units supported by air attacks beat!
off 2 Communist attacks northeast
of Waegwan without appreciable
loss according to an Eighth Army
communique. British troops on the
Cavalry Division’s left flank had
small skirmishes with Communist
patrols but had not yet been i
ported in any large scale action.

Communists were reported to
have built up their strength south
and west of the walled city of
Kasan, north of Taegu, taken from
the Americans 2 days ago. Reports
say the gap in the United Nations
line in this sector had been closed
and that invaders were held about
8 miles north of Taegu.

G.I’s Counter Attack

Heavy fighting was reported on
the western sector of the front in
the “Naktong bulge” area south o!
Taegu. The American 2nd Infantry |
Division launched a_ series of
counter attacks and beat off the
Communist attack from the east
bank of the Naktong River.

An American Army spokesman
here reported Communists in
battalion strength digging in west
of Changyong about 25 miles
south southeast of Taegu. He said
an American battalion advanced
about five hundred yards west of



Changyong to straighten’ the
American defence lines ft was}
not known here which side held |
the town itself. }

A few miles further south, !

American infantrymen pushed to

within 8 miles of the swollen
Naktong river west of the road
junction town of Yongsan. An
Eighth Army communique said

that on the south coast American
forces re-took positions lost earlier
in the day

They also repulsed an early
morning attack against the north-
ern sector of their line. The com-

munique said they continued to
destroy Communist pockets left
in the Haman area after last
week’s North Korean drive on|
Masan. |

Hampered slightly by bad

weather the. Allied Air . Worces |
continued their all-out support of

ground troops. Fighters and
fighter-bombers concentrated on
the front lines, while heavy

bombers ranged further afield to
the northeast. It was announced
today that the Second Royal Air
Force Sunderland Flying Boat}
Squadron would arrive here on)
Sunday from Singapore. The first
squadron arrived from Hons
Hong in the early days of the
campaign. |
Communists are getting ammu- |
nition through to their frontline
troops in Korea by a relay system |
of Korean villagers, according to |
American Intelligence reports here
today. |
North Korean forces i
using roads as much as possible |
hecause of United Nations air)
attacks were reported to be hand-
ing over vital supplies in small!
bundles to village headmen. |
Each village was responsible
for getting ammunition through
to the next village and so on until

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FREAN
BISCUITS

8, 1950

re U.S. Will
Arrest
£2,000 Reds

IF WAR STARTS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.

I Federal Bureau of Investi-
arrest 12,000
mmunists” if war
with Russia, a

KOREA, Sept. 7.

ady to

rou Cc



a Edigar Hoover,

ted tha
t i made this state-

hac
L0VS
A mber of the Senate Appro-
riations Committee, asking not to



me



d, Quoted Hoover as tell-
» group in a closed session
needed more funds for

: uiditional agents to keep a clos@
and men and big suvply) check on these people
| President Truman last week

asked Cengress for $6,000,000 to
finance inereused FBI activity
The Senute Committee called

Hic
| he
|



An American headquarters

» proposed to do with the money.
| Hoover was reported to have
| told the Committee that a special

reached the front. problem is posed by the fact that
In this way the movement of|half of the 12,000 “dangerous”
supplies could not be detected by! Communists — out of more than
air observers 50,000 known Communists whom
Intelligence officers added that|the FBI has been watehing—are

it

Communists were using “bayonet| American citizens, many of them
point pressure” to get South} native born 7
Korean villagers. to undertake) He was quoted as saying it
ammunition-carrier work. | would be up to the Department of
—Renter, |custice to decide whether Ameri-

|cans would be arrested immedi-

jately as well as *lens.—Reuter.

Specialised Interest
On Stock Exchange

LONDON, Sept. 7

Plane Tried
To Attack





Interest on the London Stock
jt ‘change today was specialised nN e
rather than general. The main Ss 1 Ss
focus wa n gilt-edged, which | ° e
showe es up to half a point
in the longer dated issues. Cop-]
pers and diamonds moved ahead! US. CLAIM

under support which is believed |
te be mainly European, but oil
thares were dull.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.

The American Navy acknow-
‘ ledged today that two of its fighter

Foreign bonds displayed littl@) janes shot down a Russian bomb-
movement other than in Japanese, | cy off Korea on Monday Thig
which slipped back in the absenc@} wos the first official word. The
of any further news regarding| American planes shot down the
their possible relisting on the New twin-engined Soviet craft when,
York market and also on the g€N-! sccording to United States charges,
eral news from the Far East. —_lit attempted to attack United Na-

Quiet support was given to iN*|iions naval forces.
dustrials, notably those issues with | When the incident was first re-
a war potential, The Kaffir mar-| ported, the State Department said
ket was given some support which |i, pomber “opened fire upon the
is believed to be mainly European. | ty jteq Nations fighter patrol

Reuter. {hich returned its fire and shot
re ee” aoe | | down’. 2 ti :
The Navy had no information
Th W that would support the Moscow
€ eather statement that two other Russian

planes were in the vicinity, or that
11 American fighters took part in
the brief fight, he said.

Moscow also contended that the
destroyed bomber was on a train-
ing flight and was unarmed. The

Sun Rises: 5.51 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.05 p.m,

Moon (New September 11
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

12.26 a.m.,

|
|
TO-DAY |
|

High Water:

|Navy spokesman said the action

vee ony ltook place about 30 miles from
infall (Codrington) the centre of the task force.

— a . | ‘The State Department announce-

ment of the incident had said the
bgmber passed over the screening
ship and continued toward the

Total for Month to
Yesterday: 2.38 ins.

Temperature : ook od
}centre of the formation “in a hos

(Max.) 87.0 ° F, tile manner”, :
Temperatu President Truman said today

(Min.) 72.5 ° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.)

K. (3 p.m.) E. by N.
Wind Velocity 8 miles per

hour
Paremeter (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.871.

‘that the Russian plane ineident off
! Korea was a matter for the United
| Nations to consider. In addition,
ji: was a United Nations plane
|vrhich did the shooting down, he

Jere at his weekly press confer-

ence. He declined further com-
ment.—Reuter.

Ore Carrier Will Do 3

Days Work In 8 Hours

(From Our London Correspondent) be cleared in eight hours as com-~

TT, LONDON, Sept. 7. |pared with three days by present
As part of their $14,500,000 pro- | methods, will be used to pares
ramme for the development of| port bauxite from Jamaica to the
amaica’s bauxite resources, Rey-( ports in the United States.

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nolds Jamaica Mines Ltd. have Weighing 15,000 tons, this oN
this week placed an order for a| carrier will be constructed _ e
self-unleading ore carrier with| firm’s shipyard at Barrow-~-in-Fur-
the well-known 3ritish firm} ness. It will unicad at the rate

n
lof 1,400 tons per hour (

It is unknown when the carrier
will be sent to Jamaica.

Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. The car-
rier, which has several special |
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French Grab | 3 Antigua
208 Reds In Churches

Spy Raids Destroyed







i
PARIS, Sept. 7. | (Bashbados Advocate Correspondent)
> re ats my > > ° errr . -
; : aoe oes a Fetes for} ANTIGUA, Sept. 7
jentity checks In Marseilles where | The most tragic sight is the

2,000 had been questioned in all.| ruins ot

5 Antigua’s ancient ch th,
A Ministry of the Interior offic ial} Sy eu a cate’ tater

Pael’s at Falmouth, the island



said that “some Russians” were | y Wooden parish church
among those detained. They did} jjueeto the destruction of it
not say whether these were Se jrecords in a previous hurricane
viet Nationals or White Russian |: is’ not defiaite whether the pre
refugees. 1 oe ¢ : ‘ a ;
‘ in ructure i the original
In the Ariege Department in \dmiral Loyd Nelson frequent

Southwestern France which bord-



j
ers Spain, 30 Spanish commard- |, aa oe aes ue aot ve
mith were detained slawon at English Harbour
Many naval men are buried ther

Later it was learned that Prench | ihe | tnx famous being Willian
ounter espionage agents in wide. | Pitt's n, whe ched November 13
spread secret raids detained 208} ') 80. Charles Pitt, son ef the Bar
alien Communists. The main op- |of Chatham, aged 20, was Com
erations were carried out and}mender-in-Chiel of the H.M-f,
were believed still to. be going on | Horne
in Paris, Lille, Strasbourg, Mul-
house, Toulouse and Marseilles Canon C. M, M, Howell has bee >
Ministry officials said operations ]Rector there since 1920. As a re-
were not directed against the|sult of the severe hurricane 0»
Communist Party particularly, but | August 31, the pulpit stands in tl
igainst “Fifth Columnists”. midst of a pathetic wreck

A Ministry spokesman added Two other Anglican chapels
“They had been prepared for a] were completely demolished. Th
long time and were in accordance Jonly visible part of little S
with the Prime Minister's state-]Augustine’s is the bell. St, Ba
ment that the Government is de«{tholomew’s at *"illikic \ com
termined to put Fifth Columnists] pletel® wrecked
in their places.”

When their cases have been] Seventy years ago stone and
studied, people whose expulsion ]/ime was the gift of William Good-

win and the villagers erected we
‘hapel themselves. One hundred
and ten years old Parham Church,

has been decided on, will be ex-
pelled very quickly, he said, “They
will be taken to whichever fron-





tier they choose. But if they dofWhich has lost the side built by

not want to be expelled they witl{!nglish masons, is one of the few

have to reside in such villages as foctagonal churches There are

the authorities may decide.” nly three others in the world

A usually well informed source [5'. George's and St. James are

said that forced domictles will be} roofles His Lordship Bisho»

mostly in North Africa,—Reuter, }Néethaniel Davis heard yesterday
Qf a damaged porch ar ry

his Barbuda chureh WW

; very concerned about the fate of

; b the hurche in Aneuilla S!

Brazil Celebrates |\"" 0°



Independence Day

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 7

Thirty-five thdusarid mén par-
ticipated in the military. parade
today in celebration of the Bra- OF BG. FOOTBALLER

zilian Independence Day. (From Our Own Correspondent)

Huge erowds watched while GEORGETOWN
troops marched ‘past ‘in’ an’ im- I'wenty-seven-year-old Patrick
pressive display’ with American} Mydman has been charged with
made armoured and mechanised|the murder last Saturday night o
anits. Mr. R. P, (Bobby) Young, veteran

The Brazilian, Air Foree also}.P.G Intercolonial Foetballer, at
took part with 50 combat planes.€)'Aguiar's Imperial House He

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ship roll is full.

has been reduced.

With the formation of two other clubs
there will be more room for boys of various
districts‘and there will be a corresponding
demand for public assistance.
nection the general public have responded
well and those who have not been able to
give personal attendance at the club have
given financial assistance.

The formation of. a committee, as was
announced yesterday, will give wider scope
to the direction of the elubs and bring
varied interests to bear on the proposed
programmes which are offered.

It has now become possible not merely
to give the lads attending opportunity to
play games but a Physical Culture class
will give them the oppoxtunity to build
In addition to this there

'

healthy bodies.

is a scheme for gardening. The
provides a fund for purchasing seed and
boys of different patrols or sets will be
responsible for the flowers or the vegeta-
The money from the sale of
these will be handed to the boys, less the
cost of the seed; and it is hoped to be able
to raise a competition between the various

bles grown.

sets.

The need now is for more books and
jother literature and the service of, those
who will give “readings” and conduct
other literary sessions in the evening.

Heartened by the public response and
the progress made in the short existence
of the club, the Committee are anxious to
launch a similar club for girls or a Mixed

ADVOGATE

SSS fosew oJ
Printed by the Ad@voeate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown.

Friday, September 8, 1950

BOYS’ CLUB

THE suecess of the Bay Street Boys’ Club
has been so great that it has encouraged
Colonel Michelin to attempt the formation
of other clubs in other areas. A scheme is
on foot for one such club in Pinfold Street
and the other in Speightstown.
cases buildings have been acquired and
will soon be fitted up for club purposes.
The Bay Street Club has been catering
to boys who are really in need of recrea-
tional facilities and some place where they
can enjoy healthy entertainment.
object has been achieved and the member-
At all hours of the day
and during the early hours of the evening
boys have made use of the facilities of the
club; and it is noticeable and satisfying that
the number of lads playing on the street

|
|
|
|

| ber ist. a letter

contained what
In both

to do that to the
Some of my

strained”
too restrained it
eause I dislike

This

ating iehestiminnitiiainaincmalmacaii nit ae

When I first t
this particular r
it was because



very strong impression that some
things were definitely not as they
| should be, in connection with the
electricity supply in this island,

j mat the more

In this con-

| Company offici
‘place blame for

makers of

In the ADVOCATE of Septem-
dent about the Public Utilities Act,

lenge to anyene who can explain
how the Act will benefit the com-
munity, so this article will attempt

have been described as “very re-
in tone.

other forms of inaccuracy,
for lack of more definite informa-
tion was obliged to base some of
my ideas at least partly on sur-
mise, plus what technical knowl-
edge and experience I have.

matter, the stronger this impres-
sion became. Statements made by

the war, the Government, and the
defective

R. E.

from a correspon -

seems like a chal-
Go so.

best of my ability.

; : been wrong in
previous articles 8

aS thes “sears to-day, presents

was probably be-
exaggeration and
and

the requisite

hrew my hat into merely with

ing last February,
I had formed a

provided in the

I looked into the of 1899 and

als appeared to
their troubles on

ada or the Royal

engines, oq Police.

whereas it seemed to me that a

good deal of it might fairly be
_ attributed to short-sighted poli-

cies followed by
some years
gan.

partial

only guess at,
club
, not
Company, but I



B'ectric Compan
strong case for



forming policies

Events of the
make this even
We now have

ther increase

nate if they do

Club. But ‘the going must be slow and the

ground well prepared before this ambitious
Welfare and Probation

scheme is begun:

Officers have, joined the Committee and it
only now remains for the public to main-

tain that interest in a project which has
come none too soon to remove what was a
growing social blot on the community.
Youth Clubs bring to the young certain
associations and afford children oppor-
tunities which will prevent them from
becoming unwanted members of society
and to enable them to contribute some-
They deserve a
great measure of public support

thing to community life.

encouragement,



SIRENS

THOUSANDS of people in Bridgetown heard
In less than fifteen
thousands of people would have been
al “hid there been a hurricane coming and
taken steps to arouse others who did

the siren at noon yesterday.
secon

would have
not hoae

hurricanes. The

‘within its range.

Yesterday's siren which was operated from
Coleridge Street in Bridgetown was heard as far 42
afield as Black Rock, Savannah and Erdiston
That is a wide range over
built-up areas, although it is by no means com-
prehensive of. Bridgetown and all its suburbs,

‘Training College.

the hurricane siren,
portant to remember that the use of the sirens
are not intended to replace, only to supplement
existing methods of communicating warnings of
n important advantage
gained from a siren is the instantaneous notifi-
cation it makes to thousands of people who come

Hardly three
country was in

its history. We

We had, in
and

before the war be-

I began by suggesting that there
should be an independent and im-
enquiry into the whole
| question, to ascertain the facts be-

yond dispute, but the Government
vas evidently decided otherwise,
perhaps because
_ knowledge of things that I could

| available to me.
| little about the Gas Company and
much about the Telephone

cumulated enough facts about the

sponsible authority in Barbados to
represent the general public in

cisions in future, instead of leav-
ing ourselves in the hands of a
Board of Directors

that new machinery will be hard-
er to obtain and probably more
costly, and the outlook is for fur-

round. There may be little pros-
pect of any reduction in rates for
electricity, and we shall be fortu- I

one of the most critical wars in

considerable (but
percentage of our entire available
might against an enemy which we
were at first prane to laugh at,
aud he had rolled us back to a
disvressed beachhead.

remote battles in
Korean towns, lost
raore materia] as the invasion of
Normandy cost us in a war which

the Company for older Acts have

it has certain That in
from the facts
I know very

feel I have ac- cidental but

y to make a very
having some re-

and making de-
exploited for
profit,
in England.
past two months
more necessary.

to face the fact

holders and the

lic utilities it is

in inflation all

growth of the

think there
not go up in the



Ry Hob

weeks ago this
danger of losing

had commited a

still’ ‘5 t) It was feared

as much or

involved countiess more men. Our :

cur morvar and
second place

It is very «an-

to be

ter if either of
evcurred:

hed armies into

It is already obvious that a greater number of

sirens will be necessary and perhaps more power-

ful sirens can be obtained at the same time.
Yesterday’s test was sufficient encouragement

to warrant further experiments and it is hoped

doubts, It was

tanks no longer could hope to
compete with the Russian tanks;

enemy and his infiltrations and
encirelements were cleanly supe-
rior, We had had the hell kicked

a fello

k
howitzer fire tool ood ne Stars

to -that of - the

SMYTHIES.

we should have some say in the
matter and not be forced to pay
more unless we are satisfied that.
it is necessary and fair for us to

It is my opinion that the past
policy of the Company has also

ters and that the plant as it exists

for the future, that must be solved
somehow in the best interests of
the island and its progressive de-
velopment, and not only from the
viewpoint of the shareholders.
do not know how this can be done
effectivel}? exccpt by a Board as
provided in the
authority
advisory
which would be practically use-
less in my opini
taken to the extent of the powers

these have been on the Statute
Book for over 40 years already,
as they are embodied in the Acts
1907, though
have never been used, Incidental-

ly, these Acts are based on stand-

ard British practice of the time, of
and have no connection with Can-

have sometimes
why the powers embodied in these

at least to the extent of investiga-
ting the affairs of the Electric
Company in recent years.
reason may be the essential diffi-
culty that exists for members of
the Administration called upon to
try to cope with highly technical
matters, of which they can have
on’y slight knowledge at the best.
itself is another strong
argument for setting up a proper-
ly constituted body that includes
qualified technical personnel, and
has the power to engage the ser-
vices of others if needed. An in-
important
would be a marked improvement
in relations between the Com-
panies and the public, which can
only be brought about by the pub-
lie feeling convinced that it is
having a fair deal and not being
the
It is a most important
function of the Board to hold the
scales fairly between the share-

In the operation of these pub-

creasing demand for its services
is evidence that
this has not been done very well
near future. I feel strongly that in Barbados in the past and it

BY CHRISTMAS?

MADISON, WIS.

destroy all our hopes ot strength
ening the Korean beachhead.

soldier, too, that too many politi-
cos voo far from the reality
the war, were popping off alarm-
ingly. For perhaps the first time
in our history none of our fight.
ing men wanted to
loud boasts of what they, as re-
presentatives of the biggest and
richest nation, could do to
opponent on earth,

“Here’s a bum wants
fight Russia right now,” I heard
say in Taegu, while he

We ean’t even beat these gooks.”
The whole mood of the Korean

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ic May Be Later |
Than We Think

MLE.LC
eBse Bet «

will be
Board to take pi

cing thereof.

engineering mat-

of the Board.

a serious problem
experience and

ous activities,

e

superannuation

.25 any additional
Act, armed with
ar} n0t very little net
powers,
in mind when m
suggestion that
be honorary, as
overlooked in th

on, Exception is
Act, but most of

they

the
says, that. “....
ficates will not
chinery,...”, bu
try to see that
more suitable ty

Canadian Mount-

wondered

not been invoked have

One
Engiand,

I submit that th

leaves much to

future, we are 1
benefit

solved as well

shareholders’

people of
general public.
and the policies
by all the utilit
vitally important

to plan ahead for several years,
in order to provide for the natura:

system with in-

nection, it may
think,

Cr~ ‘dime

driven into

by the front line

of

its most

hear any

means

any through the att

In time we'll

us tO gets help in a v

and Stripes “and tuous and

another function of the

plans for future expansion, and

It may not be easy to find men
of the right calibre who are abl
and willing to serve as members

would be men of mature age an’

naturally have private incomes o:

taxation into account.

taxation. It is necessary to make
sure that the Board is not com-
posed of mere job-hunters lacking
the essential qualifications.

It is true enough, as the author
above-mentioned

could also see that if we must
these periodical
outs’, it is because they are really
unavoidable, and not inflicted or
us by the decision of someone in
over-ruling the judg-
ment of the local officials.

To sum up as briefly as possible,

evidence that the past
ance of the Electric

that the right of the Company to
exonerate itself from all blame is
very questionable.

times with little prospect of im-

possible for all concerned.
public and the shareholders alike
It seems to me that the
ments are overwhelming for th
Barbados to have a
voice in the decisions to be made

are so dependent.

The present internatiomal situa-
tion gives some urgency to th:
matter, and so far as the Electri:
Company is concerned in this con-



His ribs are beginning to show
and more and more he must be

he brutal consequences,
He'll attack again and

by vhis he will create only higher
mounds of his dead — now rot.

the air of the dismal land with
suffocating of
He'll attack because to
death and, if

will eat what we drop.

from Red China or Redder Rus-
sia, he'll have to begin the tor-
treacherous
drawal which — in all probability
— will continue into vhe
North Korean winter.

The entrance of

out of us and, worse, we knew it

The dirty, discouraged Ameri-
cens and the South Koreans who
made their final stand along \he
Naktong and made it stick in the
face of both torrentia] and subtle
enemy attack, felt that they could
no longer hold the leaky perime-

those two events

Chinese
the field;

A massive enemy bombing
ci Pusan, the porv through which
the entire defense fed.

To these great fears — which
still have not completely disap-
peared — were added gnawing

felt that Russia,

to try all five available sirens next week, Sirens cozily in the position of being
willbe. sounded simultaneously from police |2ble ‘to start similar — incidents
sta at Speightstown, Boarded Hall, Brittons in perhaps half a dozen sectors

Police Station and Hastings Police Station.



OUR READERS SAY

Traffic Hints
Here lies the body of
Adolphus Hoad

He did not stop’ at a
Major Road.

* * °

To the memory of our
beloved Claire

She did not cross at the
Please Cross Here.

* * *
Buried here
Squires

He skidded to death
On four worn tyres.

is Timothy

* * te

Our beloved sister
Elizabeth Drakes rode
her bicycle without any
brakes.

e

Killed at the wheel was
Sydney Wright
He would not hear
he was tight.

* *

that

No right
sign said

James turnéd right
now he (s derd.

turn the road

Here lie the bones of
Everton Reed

He broke them all with
too much speed.

To, The Editor, The Advocate,
Sir,—May I draw to the atten-
tion of your readers who do not
observe the traffic regulations and
take the necessary precautions to
avoid accidents, that tomb-stone
verses similar to the above may
be obtained from “The Barbados
Tomb-Stone Publishing Company.

GRAVEYARD TOM,
Director.

Walcott Fund
To, The Editor, The Advocate,

Sir, — We learned from O. S
Coppin through this medium that
Sonny Ramadhin, on his return to
Trinidad will be given a Bungalow
and two cars, apart from other
gifts and money from his various
admirers. From this same source
we learned that Alfred Valentine
will receive gifts and money apart
from the G'eaner’s “Start in life”
fund \ member of the Cricket
Board of Control in the p
the “Trinidad Guardian,’

week, made reference

ges of





some
ne la

of the world, might do so apd

war has changed in the past two
weeks. Our muscles are beginning
vo bulge within the confines of
the tight. perimeter, We have,a
solid line, at last, where two
weeks ago it was solid only on
the war maps in the newspapers
-— which failed to show gaps as
wide as a mile between units.
The “merchandise” is arriving
end being svacked against the day
we begin to move, And, best of
wll, there are for the first time
in the two months of the war
sufficient reserves and the men
who have lived through vhe
fighting to date have become past
n:asters of a kind of warfare un-
like any this country has ever
been called upon to fight. "4

Our planes, superior from ‘the
start, have broken the enemy’s
bridges, chewed up -his_ trans-
por’ and made it ‘necessary for
him to live on the parched land.

to believe the leaflets which we
have been dropping on him by
millions: that he, a pitiable

the

puppet, is now

hosts from perhaps two

Lnited Nations,

tones in the gun:

him — tones made by British,
Australian, French, New Zealand,| and the ho
Pakistan,
South African and other guns.

Siamese,

For all he knows, by Chrismas ane
he might be opposed in the north] of Britain,
by Russian” guns — for there is
no limit to Soviet treachery or to

the Soviet’s abili

bewilder the world. It would lei

an unsuccessful

the drain without a

bare.facedly claim the gratitude | ; adi eat
of the free world for having pull- made to ensure

ed the stopper,



to Worrell and Weekes receiving
“A tidy sum” at the end of the
cricket season in England. All of
this is for their various perform-
ances on the present West Indian
tour to England.

Now Sir, what of Clyde Wal-
cott? Is he not among the
worthies? Can’t somebody start a
“Walcott appreciation fund’? This
is the time for all true—blue all
wool sportsmen to show their ap-
preciation not only to a member
of the victorious West Indian
team but also to a great batsman
and one of the Best wicket keep-
ers in the world.

GEORGE SPENCER.

White Park Road,
St. Michael,
Sept. 4, 1950.

Barbados From N.Y.
To the Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—I was born in Barbados
and lived there twenty one years,
so I know how conditions are
there Leaving the island and
having been in New York so far,
I am getting on fine, as it is a
beautiful place, and I do hope |
will be successful in all I intend
to study. I never went to col-
lege, but I think I can expres
a few ideas I have about the

place where I was born.and love

Hy

E.



COMMUNISM—AND THE
COLONIAL STUDENT

bb. Timothy |
|

‘LONDON.

NO one is inclined to pay much attention

to student opinions about world affairs.

But

in Britain to-day, there is a group of over

art in formulating

four thousand students.
worth worrying about. They are the students
the proper engineering and finan-|who have travelled from Britain’s colonies

whose views are

in the West Indies and Africa, across the seas

education.
The ideal type

judicial tempera-

Such men would
to live on, and
income from the

gain after taking
I had this
aking my original
the appointments
the point is often

ese days of heavy|of them. In

























philosophy.

aspirations.

t :
ct system which

orders and certi-
mend faulty ma-
t the Board could
machinery of a
pe is installed. lt

‘black-

ere is no lack of
perform -
Company

be desired, and] such students

As for the
iving in troubled

new arrivals.
assiduously in

and as fairly as
the
argu-

0.
to be followed f

ies on which we

be later than we

again,

‘smells,
refuse} and cultural
he lives
ack, it means he

move. Unless he

with-

bitter

dozer
By that time he

Ss arrayed against

aeenae, attitude has

ty to confuse and

puppet go down

qualm and| Unchallenged.

in the end.

ANS.

social conditions.
Because Britain’s Communists have set them
selves the task of capturing the allegiance
of the Colonial student.

The Communists in Britain take every
opportunity to seek out the overseas student
—particularly those students who come with-
out official assistance.

With the subtlety and smug hypocrisy which
has always clouded their real designs, the
Communists make it their business to meet

young students.
munists strive to bias the minds of Colonials
against democracy as a way of living.
What is Britain doing in face of this attack
Communism
Various bodies are now counter-attacking—
the Colonial Office, the British Council and
Christian Organisations.
year, the Colonial Office arranged for certain
aspects of the welfare of Colonial students
to be undertaken by the British Council.
At Chelsea, in London, the Ministry of
Works are now busy transforming the Hans
Crescent Hotel
bought for almost £250,000) to the standard
of a University Hall for Colonial students.
On completion, this building will become a
notable centre of social intercourse, and wi!]
battle — or suffer] provide accommodation for 200 students.
On October 1, the Methodist Church in
but the feeling rises in Korea that} Britain will formally open a Methodist In-
ternational House at Bayswater, London.
ting along the Naktong and filling] Both British and Colonial students, totalling
about 70, will reside in this hostel.

drama, art and music groups. Miss Hilda
Porter, the warden, told me the central aim
was to have English and Overseas students
ivid way, such as] living together as members of one family.
These plans for Colonial students do not
always find approval. A remarkable attack
was made last week by Prependary H: J. R.|

Osborne, Vicar of St. Saviour’s, Chelsea, who
By Christmas he should be able| described the Hans Crescent Hotel project
as “reckless Government expenditure.” Foi
those who live outside Britain, such criticism
confronted by} may tend to carry much weight, but it has.
in fact, no colour bar foundation whatever.
will have heard new and angry} Such criticism has to be looked
light of British post-war living conditions
using famine.

money being lavished on next year’s Festival
Why it
money not go to housing?

The Communist
Qolonial students in Britain is not going

to the Mother Country, in search of higher
These young men and women
now pursuing various courses of study in
British Universities and the inns of Court,
ment, presumably retired froim|are the potential leaders of the Africa and
full-time participation in strenu- West Indies that shall be! )

It is within their power to alter the existing
relationship of loyalty and goodwill between
Board would probably represent; Britain and the colonies for good'or ill. What
is happening?

Communism confronts these
and undoubtedly makes its appeal to many

students—

many of their minds there

clearly exists a misconception of the Marxist
They are apt to regard Com-
munism as the sole panacea for their national]| '
They see it as the only political

promises equality and better
Why has this come about’

on their arrival in England.

The British pocket-Stalins offer unsolicited
help in meeting the undoubted post-war
accommodation problem in Britain.

provement and some possibility of] provide accommodation of some kind for the
worse things ahead of us. This
means that difficult problems exisi
and must be faced squarely anc

They
At the same time, they labour

influencing the minds of these
By such methods, the Com

on Colonial students?

In January, this

(which the Government

Social

activities here will include

at in the



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Just the same
led British pgotests against

is asked, should the

campaign to attract
Constructive efforts are being

that democracy will win

A ney ee >

Someday I hope to return and
many of the improvements I see
out here make me think of my
country and people. -

I have read in your newspape:
where someone spoke about hav-
ing a Christian Association for the
young women. I should say that
the person who mentioned that
had a good thought and I do hope
it will come to pass soon. Such a
beautiful place like Barbados
needs improvement; and our giris
need help and incentive. It does
not matter where you have come
from or who you are, we all are
one, we must help those who need
help.

I have also read where sgme
one said something about taking
good care of the conductors an
drivers; and paying them better
wages which I know is necessary
But it is understood that the fares
will be raised, First think of the
poor people who would not be able
to take a ride on a bus or a car
because of the fares. I should say
the persons who think of such
things should look at both sides of
the picture. Don’t think of one
set of people, but of all. What
about the poor domestic servants
and clerks; the very small wages
won't allow for raised fares. How

would they get to their work?
Increased

wages for one group next door

must bring increased wages for
all groups.

Please look into such things.
Our country needs a lift all
around, that is, more wages, bet-
ter attention, and also more strict
regulations. I do hope to see and
hear about these improvements
for my country Barbados.

C. P. ROETT.
C/o Mrs. C. Dillion,
1175 Park Avenue,
New York City,
U.S.A,
August 30, 1950.

Antiguan Hurricane

To, The Editor, The Advocate,

Sir.—Readers to your paper
may be interested in the follow-
ing experience of the hurricane
taken from a letter.

AN ANTIGUAN.
Sept. 6, 1950.
“The
a gentle
Thursday night's
terrible and the damage is ap-
palling—as much, if not more in
town than country this time. We
have 38 sheets of galvanise in our
yard at the moment—some from
our own roof and some from
We had to cut dowr

hurricane was
compared with
efforts. It was

previous
breeze



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there, with rain pouring through
the broken windows like a hose
and the wind almost hurtling us
down the stairs, and try to get
them shut again. The upper part
of the house was rocking round
us and the illumination was from
lightning. Before we could get
the windows fixed the wind
forced the end wall out of the
house. The bed room walls were
cracking and the floor heaving so

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swept many houses into the sea
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R. 8, 1950



The Siren’s Wail

Did Not Go Far

Soap Factory Whistle Was Louder

THREE BLASTS were sounded on the siren in Coleridge

Street at,noon yesterday.

When the first started all the

girls on the top floor of the West Indian Knitting Mills
building which is opposite the Central Station, where the

siren was installed, rushed
gazed enquiringly at the re

Thieves Grab
$200 From
St. Thomas Shop

WO HUNDRED DOLLAKS in
cash was reportea’ stolen from
the provision shop of Edwara
Arthur at Porey Spring, St.
‘vhomas.
Arthur told the Police that his
shop was broken and entered be-
tween 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday and

7.00 am. on Wednesday and the |

money taken.
F THE 11 TRAFFIC offences
recorded yesterday, three
cyclists were charged for riding

to the windows pointing and
d-painted siren.

In one of the District “A”
Police Courts a small excited
crowd stampeded through the

Court door into the yard only to
| be stopped from entering the maiz:

| gate that leads to the Traflic
| Office,
At Eagle Hall, twelve o'clock

came and went but not even the
hawkers under the shops made
; a stir.

| Island Constable
Mayers, caretaker of the Roxy
Theatre, said that he heard a
faint sound but he supposed it
was because he was accustomed
| to hearing sirens.

| Mr. W. A, Richardson, an em-
ployee of Highways & Transport,
said that he heard the sound at
midday at King Street but it
was not very loud. He said that
the whistle at the Soap Factory

Herbert



taeir cycles without a _lightea
lamp to the front.
Two motorists were charged

with parking in restricted areas
and two others for not having

lighted rear lamps on _ their
vehicles,
Two more motorists were

charged for driving in a manner
cangerous to the public and
another for not stopping at a
major road.

One charge was brought against
a conductor for carrying passen-
gers in excess.

ACEY THORNE of Drax Hall

Road, St. George, was in-

jured in an accident along Drax
Hall Road recently. He is now
cetained at the General Hospital
suffering from a broken right foot,

Also involved in the accident
was a bicycle owned and ridden
by Joseph Barnes of Drax Hall
Road.

EV. LESLIE CLARKE,
Founder of the Barbados
Youth Movement, has been in-
vited to the Session of the
People’s World Convention which
will take place at Geneva on
December 30. He was also asked
to become a member of the
International Liaison Council.
At present the activities of the
People’s World Convention has
been going on in forty different
countries but very little has been
done in Barbados.

ARROWS C.C. so far, has

gained first innings points in
their B.C.L. cricket match against
Belleplaine at the Barrows grounds
cn Saturday.

Belleplaine, who batted first,
knocked up 225 runs. In reply
Barrows are 242 for the lost of 7
wickets.

For Barrows, F. Greaves, their
opening batsman, 69, H. Corbin
also 69, and H. Agard 49. These

batsmen were responsible for
breaking down the Belleplaine
bowlers.

For Belleplaine, I. Bourne took
4 wickets and T. Smith 2. The
match continues tomorrow,

-NIGHT AT 7.45 O'CLOCK,
the Police Band, under Capt.
Cc. E. Raison, will play for the
Junior Barbados Dramatic Club
who are presenting two one-act
plays at the Drill Hall. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Bay Street
Boys’ Club.
LEXANDER BREWSTER of
Edgecliffe, St. John, re-
ported to the Police that his
liquor and provision shop at the
same address was set on fire at
about 11.30 p.m. on August 3.
He said that a window on the
western side, two uprights and a
portion of the flooring was
damaged.

Jail And



FOR “EMIGRATION”
AGENT

Thirty-two-year old Walter
Burton Hinds a Commission
Agent of Pinfold Street was sen-
tenced to six months’ imprison-
ment and fined £10 when he was
found guilty by His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. C. Walwyn, Magistrate of
District “A” yesterday, of the
first three of charges
of false pretences.

Hearing of the other four charges
has been adjourned until Novem-
ber 7.

In the first case Hinds was
found guilty of obtaining from
Errol Nurse on August 5 the sum
of $10 by pretending that he
would get him to America on the
For this

seven

Emigration Scheme.
Hinds was fined £10.

The second and third were
similar charges of which he was
found guilty of obtaining $10 from
Lutha Nurse on August 5 and
$10 from Kenneth Clarke on
August 11 promising both of them
that he could also get them on
the Emigration Scheme.

The centence for the second
charge was two months’ imprison-
ment and the third four months
imprisonment with hard labour.

In giving sentence in the second
charge Mr. Walwyn told Hinds:
“J have found you guilty. This
is a ease where you have set out
to rob these people by your wits.
I am sending you to prison.”



Trinidad’s C.C.
Joins Americas’
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5

The Trinidad Chamber of Com-
merce has been taken into mem-





bership of the newly formed
Chamber of Commerce for the
Americas Jamaica has already
taken up membership the ne
hamber Its first 1 va
tended by Trinidad iL



A, Shenfield

Adviser, M A

Hard Labour : including firewood, charcoal,

j}at Government Hill which also
goes off at midday could be heard
more easily.

In the Carrington’s Village,
Hall’s Road and Roebuck Street
districts the sound of the siren
was clear though not loud. Some
people merely looked about them
for a second or two and continued
on their way quite unconcernedly.

Perhaps the direction of the
wind or the bustle with shipping
on the waterfront prevented
schooner captains and clerks in
offices around the wharf from
‘hearing the siren when it went off.

One clerk told the “Advocate”
yesterday when the clock in the
office showed 12 noon he remem-—
bered the hurricane alarm was
to be given. When he did not hear
it, he was wondering whether or
not the trial was postponed.

A schooner captain sa.d that he
was too much taken up with the
unloading of his ship to listen for
the alarm, but he was sure he
would have heard it if it were
loud enough.

He sad that the ships in the
Careenage would stand a_ better
chance of hearing it during the}
night when the business of the
day was finished. {

There were others around the
waterfront who were apparently

Sc en aS nn SERS



disappointed that they did not
hear the siren. At one time the
Government craft “Ida” gave a

loud blast with her horn and this
fooled many.

Most of the people living in
Beckles Road did not hear the
siren yesterday. On enquiring at
the Almshouse the Advocate was
told that a few people only knew
that the siren went off when they
were told by others who had been
in town and heard it.

Residents in Crab Hill, St.
Lucy, -Four Roads, St, John
and Belleplaine St. Andrew said
that although on the alert they
did not hear the wailng of the
siren.

Workers in the fields were told
by the Police to listen out for any
alarm around noon. These said
that they listened but did not hear
anything. One woman said she
heard a whistle but was certain
it was not the blast of a siren.



“Frances Smith’’
Brings 1,000
Bags Of Rice

A thousand bags of rice arrived
in the island yesterday morning
by the schooner “Frances W.
Smith” which called from British
Guiana. The “Smith” has_ taker
its berth in the inner basin where
it will begin to discharge its cargo
today.

Other sciiooners calling at Bar-
bados were the “Rosarene” from
British Guiana, the “Mandalay I.”
and vhe “Adalina” from St. Lucia.
These vessels brought a mixed

cocoanuts, wallaba posts and. poles
and also fresh fruit.

During the evening, the “Carib-
bee” came in from Dominica with
cargo chiefly made up of fresh
fruit. .



Indian
Commissioner For
B.W.I. Appointed

(From Our Own Corrcspondetit)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
Fhir Anand Moham Sahay is
the new Indian Commissioner for
the British West Indies and Brit-
ish Guiana, He succeeds Profes-
sor Satya Charan, whose term of
cffice expired in May. Born in
1898, Sahay was Private Secretary
to Dr, Rajandra Prasad, President
of the Republic of India. He has
been associated with the Indian
National Congress. He worked in
Japan in 1923 as lecturer and
publicist, and in 1926 he organised
the Asia Conference at Nagasaki.
Sahay will leave India within a

cuuple of days for Trinidad.



KILLED IN ACCIDENT

(From Our Own

| Corresponden*

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.

George Govia and Peter Bun-
yun, two Trinidad youths, were
killed instantly in a vehicular
accident shortly after midnight on
September 5. Employees of Alcoa
Steamship Company, they were re-
from
hac
30rden,
| the
|

turning to
Fiarco Airport, where
gone to see off Mr. M
Trinidadian,

Port-of-Spain
they
D.
enother also of
Alcoa Company
take up new duties in the United
States.










Mr. Bunyun, had himself re-
cently returned from the United
States, where the company had
sent him on a two-year course He
j was to assume duties as head of

. | the s ca handling de-
| partmer ith office the P
l f-Spain Wharves

who left here to;



Team Leaves
For B.G.

The three-man Barbados tennis |




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part

| resiaence atter Mr
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prises E. P. Taylor (Capt.), Dr
C. G. Manning and D, E. Worme
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singles matches and one doubles
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September 11, The team expects
to be away for about two weeks

Mr. Taylor told the Advocate
yesterday that this is the first
time Barbados is taking part in
these championships which were
in force for three years and if
everything goes as anticipated,
they expect to stage a tournament
in Barbados in 1952-53

He said that the draw has not
yet been announced, but it is un-
derstood that Jamaica will be
ceded, therefore, Barbados will
either have to play British Guiana
or Trinidad in the first round.

The team is a representative one
and he will be definitely playing
one of the singles and men’s
doubles with Dr. Manning, leav-
ing the other singles to be decided
after practising under the flood-
lights which are something entirely
new to them.

Floodlights—Better Crowd

He said that the reason for play-
ing under floodlights is that a bet-
ter crowd is anticipated than play-
ing during the afternoon when
some of the matches might have
to be replayed due to the limited
hours. ,

He considers that if they are
lucky enough to draw British
Guiana in the first round, they
would have a fair chance of beat-
ing them. On the other hand, if
they draw Trinidad, he is certain
they will put up a good show, hav-
ing played against Munro and
Inglefield and beaten them in the
doubles in Barbados two years
ago.

The singles players, Howe and
McDonald are hard nuts to
rack, but with a little luck, they
should do well against them and
whatever happens, he is certain
that his team will give a good
account of themselves.

Mr. Taylor said that at a meet-
ing of the Lawn Tennis Associa-
tion on Monday, Dr. Manning and
himself were chosen to represent
Barbados at the forthcoming Ten-
nis Conference to be held in Brit~
ish Guiana during the playing of
the present championship games.
One item on the Agenda of the
neeting was to consider entering
a West Indies team for the Davis
Cup in 1951.

City Area
Suggested For
Market

fHE Commissioners of Health
of St. Michael decided at their
meeting yesterday to recommend
to Government to acquire for the
purpose of a district market, the
area in the City bounded by Sut-
tle Street; Tudor Street, Masonic
Alley and Watkins Alley.

The land is about 27,000 square
feet.

The selection of the site was
considered by a committee of the
Commissioners.

The suggestion of acquiring it
came from Mr, E. V. Goddard,
and the motion that it be recom-
mended to Government was made
by him at yesterday’s meeting and
seconded by Hon. V. C. Gale.

The Board decided to select a
site at Britton’s Hill and one at
Hothersal Turning for the erec-
tion of a bath and latrine in each
district.

The Board considered and
agreed to the purchase of two lor-
cies for collecting refuse.

These are to replace two of
those bought at the time when the
Commissioners started to under-
take the scavenging of the City.

The Board made their decision
after hearing Mr. Sharpe, Super-
visor of the Scavenging Depart-
ment, tell of the condition of pres-
ent lorries and the high cost of
their maintenance.

The lorries proposed to be
bought will carry covers so that
none of the refuse will be thrown
about when they are in motion.

Plastic Ousts
Turtleshell

SAYS FISHERIES OFFICER

Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
Officer, told the Advocate yester-
duy \vhat there was nothing doing
locally in the turtle shell industry.
During the last two years thére
hed been no orders from the
United Kingdom at all.

He said that in England plastic
had taken ihe place of turtle
shell. Brush backs and spectacle
frames which were formerly made
from turtle shell are now being
produced in plastic at a cheeper
rate,



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EMIGRANTS

The Colonial Secretary has been
advised by The Canadian Trade
Commissioner in Trinidad that all
persons wishing to enter Canada
cther than those revurning “to
Schools or Universities there, myst
apply to his office for permanent
entry as immigrants.

Students who are returning to
Schools or Universities in Canada
should be in possession of evi-
cence Vhat they are bona fide
students, and preferably this evi-
ience should take the form of
authorization from the Canadian
T ade Commissioner in Trinidad
t. re-enter Canada.

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of easier transportation.

an almshouse was there, it did rot

the

which

BARBADOS. ADVOCATE

New Residence For P.M.O.

ST. THOMAS will build a new parochial medical officer's
residence for $15,480 at Edgehill. The St. Thomas Vestry
decided to build the new residence when they met yester-
day. Members who voted against the erection of the new

residence were Mr. Reeves, Mr. Collins and Mr, Watson,
The vestry decided to build the ———~— —-—- -
Niblock, who Kalm
to pay $1,200 extra for the pur; ucks
a ! | Find Res
Mj:. Co¥hins said that as it! t I
seemed that they would build the/| n
new medical officer’s quarters, he ‘
‘ct they shoul ty wo cut does] = Paraguay
the expense as much as possible
Meet Demands

He said that it was heid that AFTER 500 YEARS
the site which was chosen was
one which would meet the de- GENEVA, Sept. 7.
mands of most of the people o1| Seven hundred Kalmucks, de-
the parish, That was not, in his|Scendants of the “Golden Horde”
opinion the most central site, In| displaced persons for almost 500
Resk Hall there was the Police} years are to start new life in
Station, the Almshouse, the post} Paraguay, it was announced here
office and other such places and today.
in his opinion it should be buili| Since the war which they spent
there. - in Nazi slave labour camps, Kal-

He suggested that they should |mucks have lived in international
call a meeting of ratepayers, hear|refugee organisation centres in
their v.ews and explain to them |Germany, Now they are to go to
that the building of the new] Paraguay by invitation of a group
quarters will not mean thai they |of industrialists and financiers in
would have to pay more ixcs.} Asuncion.
They should, he said, forget Party! They have been promised

enougn land to rebuild their -

Mr. Goo@mg said that one a'|terea communal life ena ald
the main objects in their dee ding |towards ending almost five cen-
on the Edgehil| site was wereea tunes of isolation.

He did] They will iven :

not believe, n any case, that] acres of fertile’ tama =, a
Rock Hall was a suitable place | valley southeast of Asunci
for a Parochial Medical Officer’s) ach family or group of four
quarters. - peopie will get a two-roomed

Mr. Sandifrod said that some) woouen house, about 50 acres, a
seemed to think of Rock Hal! a5|cow house, 12 chickens and tools

though it was St. eee an’ \The advance party of Kalmucks
not as it beng in St. Thomas. ‘will leave Germany next month
When a building was to be erected. for Paraguay k

it was always being suggested ,

Reftuge In Altai Mountuins
The Kaimucks who came from
Western Mongolia
out by Manchurians and sought

that it should be erected in Rock
Hall. Because a police station or

necessarily mean that a parochial
n.edical officer's quarters should
be erected there.

When they were discurs'ng the
matter on the last meeting of the
Vestry, the controversy was on
the acquisition of m¢aey, After
the money had been gol, new
grounds were beng broken for
objections. -

No Need

He saw no need for call.ng the
taxpayers to tell them that they
would not have to pay for the)

of Asia and later in the Russian
Empire where they bred the
famous Cossack horses.

A great flood at the River Volga
turned them back to become a
stateless people in the south.
When the Russian revolution
came they fought with White
Armies against the Communists
and hundreds fled when the Bol-;
sheviks took over, Ironically it
was the Nazis who _ re-united

















Obituary
Mr. R. A. Wooding

THE death occurred in Port-ot-
Spain, Trinidad this week of Mr
Reginald Iddo Arthur Wooding

whom now

building by increases in taxes. I1|them by sending them in droves |
Mr. Gooding sad_ that cessfully for 20 years to fit 20,000
said that he would give an extra} own Republic. In 1943 the Repub-
in a position then to summon ? Atter Hitler’s defeat, 700 Kal-
Mr, Mahon said that the way] the International Refugee Organ-
seem that he went to hm and|cattle breeders, but they also in-,
agreed to tell Mr. Niblock the} civil engineers.—Reuter, |
told him that they could not
offer, St. Michael, was detained at the
new quarters. It was only 8] Archer, a cyclist, was involved
payers’ money, The major ty of! 9 o'clock last night along Belmont
erected. General Hospital and discharged
room was in more urgent need
‘ng one could be repaired, There
Mr. Mahon asked if Mr. Reeves
was in a very bad condition, and father of Mr, H. O. B, Wooding
subsequent year. Barbados and with other member,
buildings every year. Nor did |brothers remained in Barbados,
visability of building a new resi- |ot Mr. John Wooding, Crown
against the erection had it been] deceased him some years ago was
real condition of the existing). vive him. of
were questioning the competency cna “his nephew, | Mf. Winstot

they had to pay, they would have | to slave labour camps, |
heard quickly enough, he said. The Russians had tried unsuc-
Mr

Mahon had got into contact with|Kalmucks into the Communist
Mr, Niblock and Mr. Niblock hac! system and settled them in their
$1,200 to complete the work.| lic was liquidated and most of its
That was how they came to be| population was moved to Siberia.
meeting to let the Vestry know|mucks were found in _ labour
that the money could be had. camps and put under the care of
Mr. Gooding had told the Vestry | isation.
of Mr. Niblock’s decision, it would} Most of them are farmers and |
asked him for more money, but|cluded nurses, taflors, and me-!
he had not done that. He haci| chanics, as well as surveyors and!
outcome of the Vestry’s discussion,
and he had telephoned him and I ‘
finance the building. Sometime njul ed
later, Mr. Niblock made him the} Q@eej} Archer of Dunlow Lane,

Mr. Reeves said that he never) General Hospital last night suffer-
had been in favour of building] jing richer invavies: Asa 8
smart_scheme of a_ VestrymaP] in an accident with another cyclist,
who intended to lavish the rate-| wijijam Harewood, shortly before

ratepayers were dissatisfied Road
over the buildings they had just Harewood was treated ‘at’ the
Need Vestry Room

A building 1ike a Vestry
of being bult than a_ medical
officer's residence when the exist-
were other buildings, too, which
were more necessary.
were suggesting that they should
repair the present quarters which

K.C.
would take _ practically - 7 : ae
$10,000, and then repair it every Reginald Wooding was born i)
i i idad t

Mr. Reeves said that t never of his family went to Trini
happened that they had to repair | improve the family fortunes, Two
anyone think of the present holder |one of which was the late Mr
of the office in critic sing the ad] Clayton Wooding who was fathei
dence, The same argument:| attorney of the Leeward Islands
would have been forwarded Mr. Wooding whose wife pre-
any other doctor, He wondere¢ |ihe father of two sons and tw
too, how many of them knew the | gaughters all
building. _- ; Leaving to attend the funeral

Mr, Sandiford said that ot ‘on Tuesday were his two brothers
of the Building Committee, they a es Street
should ask it to resign. Wooding, Dentist of Jam





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refuge first in the Altai mountains |

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| 3-Man Tennis St. Thomas Vestry Approves “DORAMAS” |

~ x
LEAVES

A A
|! THE Sloop Deramas with
‘130 Canary Islanders, driven t
seek refuge here lett Carlisle Bay
for Venezuela at 2.15 p.m
| day.

| Representing the Commissioner
of Police was Capt. Press, who in- |
formed the Master nf the Doramas |
reports

{from Trinidad, which are circulat- |



that the latest weather

jad at Seawell, were favourable

He wished all on board a success-

ful voyage.

The ship’s company cheered the
Barbadian |
friends. Then as the Police launch |

Police and _ their
stood by and the ships in the har-
bour saluted her with sirens, the
Doramas lifted anchor and hoisted
her sails for La Guaira, which
under favourable weather condi-

tions, she should reach on Mon-

day morning.

She was escorted out by the
Yacht Hi Ho, owned and _ skip-
pered by Father Hopkins and
when the three mile limit was
reached, those on board the Dora-
nas lined the decks and gave
hearty cheers for Barbados and
‘lso for observance of the tradi-
tional courtesies of the sea

Jamaica Govt. Will
Back Local Kuitting

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON.

The Jamaican Government has
decided to grant protection to th
loeal knitting industry to enable
local enterprise to compete with
importations of underwear and
skirts of cotton and other materi
ris.

For the past two weeks the
@xecuiive Council has been
weighing representations by local
manufacturers requesting protec-
tion by way of tariff barriers
gainst a swamping of the indus-
ty by importations trom Indie
end elsewhere as against sub-
missions by dry-goods merchayt:



thay their requirements cannot be |

supplied locally
| Government has decided that a
; specific rate should be added te
{the existing Customs tariff on
underwear and shirts of cotton
end other materials as will give
he local product opportunity of
competing on the open market



| Antigua Relief

7 * . .
From Trinidad
(From Cur Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
The British Red Cross Society
in Trinidad dispatched to Antigua
a quantity of food and clothing by
B.W.LA, which left Trinidad on a
mercy flight on Monday 4. Ang-
lican clergymen and the Bruce
stephens Trust Fund are helping
n the relief, also well-wishers and
Another mercy
flight is to take place soon

10 Cases Malaria

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Sept. 7
10 cases of malaria



There are

at Old Road which in the past has |

been a malarial area, All houses
in the district have been fumigated
with D.D.T, and paludrine dis-
tributed to school children as the
cases are one adult, nine school
children ages between three and
ten. There is no cause of alarm
of an epidemic. The year 1948
was a drought year and only 17
cases were in Antigua,

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TELEPHONE 2508
DIED PU! uSPets
FIELD—JAMES HENRY. Last night at ic N TICES
his residence, “Shelton”, Bay Street.
The funeral will leave his late resi- NOTICE
dence at 445 p.m. today for the a
pa ae Cemetery. Friends are in_ TENDERS are invited for the Pur-
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Christ Chureh. Her funeral will | ~°°*? ‘arish

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afternoon for the parish Church.
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Bermuda Papers Please Cepy.

GIBBS—ERMIN ODESSA, Last night at
the Geuveral Hospital. The funeral
Jeaves her late residence “GLYNHER”
Cheapside, St. Michael at 4.39 o'clock
this evening for the Westbury Ceme-
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IN MEMORIAM



IN loving memory of our dear mothe
end Grandmother ALBERTINA AMES
who died on Setenvber 8th 1949

The midnight star shines on the grave

Of one we loved, but could not save

If love and care could death prevent

Her days on earth would still be spent

God took her home, it was his will

But in our hearts she liveth still
Clarence: Egbert {sons} Clarence
Clyde: Muriel: Manasseh: Wesley; Earl.
Gloria (Grand Children)
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IN loving memory of my dear wife,






Mrs. MARY SALOME ATWELd, who

departed this earth on the eight of

September nineteen hundred and forty

eight.

Two sad years have past since that
sad day,

When the one I loved was taken
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Sleep on beloved jour work is o'er;

Your lovi hands will toil no more,

For those you loved you did your best;
God grant you his eternal rest

Ever to be remembered by Aaron S.
Atwell (husband), Seibert and Cyril
(sons) Mrs Alma Bramoa (daughter)
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IN loving memory of our Dear Mother

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Sweei be thy rest, mother, Dear

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YAWL—‘Frapida” approx. 37% feet

long with Gray Marine engine. Good

condition $3,000 = ae ene? Apply
: ls jone ,

3. R. Edwards : cM







YACHT — Centreboard Yacht ‘Con-
dor.” Length 17 feet, beam 6 feet. New-
ly fitted out. Apply _ Wicks, Woodside

a ? Street. Telephone 3189.
Gardens, Bay ep! ae a

FOR RENT
HOUSES

i
FLAT—Unfurnished at Ramsgate, Bay
Street within walking distance for Aqua-

tic Club and City. Dial 3053.
2.9.50—6n









——— ie

LARGE HOUSE & APARTMENT—On
Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished.
Phone 8357. £.9.50-4,f.n

SPACIOUS OFFICE — Marhill St
opposite D. M. Simpson & Co For
further particulars.

Apply W. B. Hut-
chinson & Co, Dial 4484



Sfop Pyorrliea
in 24 Hours

Bleeding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore
Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea,
Trench Mouth or a bad disease which
sooner or later will make your teeth fall
out and may cause Rheumatism and Heart
Trouble. Stop this disease now with the
new discovery Amosan. Stops bleeding
gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth and
tightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee.
Amosan must make your mouth well and
Save your teeth or money back on return
of empty rackage. Get Amosan from your

» chemist
Amosan

The guarantee
for Pyorrhea-—Trench Mouth



protects you.

today.|

A. A. B. GILL,
Joseph's Vestry
7.9.50—4n

Clerk, St

Public Official Sale

The Provost Marshal's Act (1904-6) 30)
ON Friday the 15th day of September
1950 at the hour of 2 o'clock in the
ofternoon will be sold at my office to
the highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value ,
All that certain piece of Land con-
taining about 4,720 square feet of which
area 720 Square Feet form part of a
private Road hereinafter mentioned si-
tuate'in the Parish of Christ Church
Butting and bounding on three sides
on lands of the Estate of F. A. Layne
(dee’d) and on the fourth side on a
private road eighteen feet wide leading
to the Public Road called St. Matthias
Con sreeenres ee the messuage or
welling houses, Shop Buildings, os
et follows-— a
e whole property a ‘aised to
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY SEVEN DOLLARS AND
TWENTY FIVE CENTS ($4,887.95). At-
tached from EDLA VIOLET JOHNSON
(or EDLA VIOLET SMITH) for and
towards satisfaction, &c "
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on day
of purchase



Sed. T. T. HEADLEY
Provost Marshall.
26.8.50—3n.

BARBADOS ARTS AND CRAFTS
SOCIETY
The Sixth Annual Meeting of the
General Assembly of Members of the
above Society will be held at Wakefield,
White Park (by kind permission of the
Sritish Council Representative) on Fri-
doy, 29th September at 8 p.m., to con-
frm the Annual Report and to elect the
Officers and Committee of Management
for the ensuing wear
M. P. MERRICK,
Asst. Hon, Secretary.

8,.9.50—3n
PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION

I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition on FRIDAY &th at 2 p.m. at}
my office VICTORIA STREET

1 rood 26% perches land at FITZ
VILLAGE, ST. JAMES, For conditions
of sale, ete., Dial 2947 R. Archer Mc
Kenzie, Victoria St. 5.9.50—4n.

‘UNDER THE SILVER
R

ON Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th
by order of The Hon'ble Robert Chal-
lenor we will sell his House Appoint-
ments of Chiefly Antique and Modern
Furniture at “The Garden” Country Rd.

which includes.











Very Good Extension Dining Table
(Seat 16). Upright and Arm Chairs:
Escritoire, Card Table: Hepplewaite

Side board and Chairs; Antique Sofa:
Large and Small Round Tip Top Tables;

Canterbury, Liquor Case with 12 De-
cunters: Book Case (Glass Doors), Rock-
ers, Uphols. Arm Chairs, all in old



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Wage Demands

Vote Traile Unionists

| BRIGHTON, Sussex, Sept. 7

| Britain’s 8,000,000 strong Trade
Unions Congress defied its leaders
}at an annual meeting to-day
| voting to abandon restraint in
claiming higher wages. Defeat
for the leadership on what is the
central issue of the Congress’
policy will set serious problems
in labour concerning Government
co-operation.

The resolution to end wage
restraint received 3,949,000 votes
with 3,727,000 against. The
majority of 222,000 for the resolu-
tion was sponsored by relatively
small unions in which the Com-
munist influence is known to be
strong, and waS moved by the
avowed Communist Walter
Stevens. General Secretary of the
Electrical Trades Union, but it
received support from many big
unions in which Communists are
a small and uninfluential minority

The resolution declared “prices
and profits have continued to rise
ond living standards and wages
of the working community to fall.

It added “this Congress protests
that no effective steps have been
taken to prevent the continued

HARBOUR LOG

ARRIVALS—By 6.W.LA.L.
From TRINIDAD:

Sheila Marshall, Francisco Perez, Fran-
cisco Perez, Luies Fuentes, Luies Fuen-
tes, Gerald Fitzgerald, Neil Mackenzie,
Carl Sandquist, Milton Lynch Michael
Tolsty.

From GRENADA;
Evereard Corbin, Mary Lang, Kathleen

Lang, Angelina Lang, Alfred Lancelot,
Henry_ Oglive.
For ST. LUCIA:

Lionel Gittens, Mary Barnard, Simon
Mendes, Edward Elliott, Hugh Pilgrim,
Lena Thompson.

For ST. VINCENT:

Vincent Sprott, Ivelan Mitchell, Erie

Holder.

DEPA.w.cnenS—By B.W.LA.L,
For LA GUAIRA:

Rosa Laroche, Carmen Laroche, Mary
Leisering, Fred Leisering Rafael Hernan,
dez, Maureen Pitt, Maurico Herschtritt,
Rachela Herschtritt, Willy Herschtritt,
Luisa Figuera, Luisa Fernandez, Juan
Vasquez, German Vasquez, Jose Lira, Car-
lota Lira, Gustavo Lira, Gerald Connelly.
For TRINIDAD:

Margaret Gransaull,
Paul Gransaull, Josefa Gransaull, Pedro
Castro, Walter Castro, Adelina Castro,
Elena Castro, Dino Castro, Prince Walker,
Marcu Pulver, Suphie Pulver, Christopher
Henderson, Hugh Henderson, Scofielo
Pilgrim, Fred Bethell, Stella Singh, Don-
ald Singh, Carol Singh, Lionel Evans,
Viola Rochester, Samuel Martin, Ben-
jamin Bedell, Hazel Bedell, Edith Bedell,
Meza Dominge.

Robert» Gransawil,

OFFICIAL



Mahogany: Consol Table & Pier Glass,
Old English Clocks: Large Carpets, Good
Pictures; Engravings Oval. Gilt Mirrors
with Candle brackets: Glaes Ware
(Some very good) Tea and Coffee Sets,
Dinner Service, Fruit Service, Old China
C. G. Barrel Shades: Hall Lamp, Elec.
Fitting. Plated Ware in Ice Tankards
Entire Dishes. Fish and Fruit Knives
and Forks, Spoons, Forks, Cutlery ete.
Silver Spoons, Brass Ornaments: Mird
Press, Dressing Tables; MT. Washstands
Old Linen Press, Hepp Chest of Drawers:
Couch. Stump Bedstead with Spring: 3
Wing Wardrobe. Cheval glass all in
old Mahogany. Single and Double Brass
Eedsteads with Springs and Mattresses.
Oval Rose wood Tip Top Table: Larders,
Zine Top Tables, lee Chest, Roller; Larte
Palms, Books. 1 Murphy's Radio in
perfect condition and other items.
Sale at 11,30 o'clock, TERMS CASH.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
Auctipneer.
8.9.50—3n.

REAL ESTATE

BUNGALOW — Of Block Stone stand-
ing on 8,000 sq. ft. of land. Situated
at Worthing, having water and light,
Apply Norman Alleyne. Phone 8164.
Amity Lodge, Worthing





7.9.50—6n



The undersigned will be set up for sale
at thelr Office No; 17 High Street,
Bridgetown, on Friday, the 22nd day. of
September 1950, the Sugar Works Plan-
tations:—

CANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ
Church, containing together by estima-
tion 195 ACRES

ACREAGE in Plant Canes — We
Acres.

ACREAGE in Ratoons — 25 Acres
ACREAGE in Preparation — 38%
Acres.

There will also be sold with the saic
Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2
Milch Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel-
ed Cart.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to the undersigned:—

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
8.9, 50—13n

FOR SALE—HOUSES
(1) Endeavour at Hart’s Gap. Con-
sists of 1/8 of an acre of land and house
which has open Verandah, Drawing &
Dining rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen etc.
Price £1,200. (Twelve hundred pounds).
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
(2) Property at Pine Road. Consists
of a house whieh has closed Gallery,
Drawing and Dining rooms, 3 Bedrooms,
Kitchen, Sanitary arrangements, Garage

and the land it stands on, Price
£1,400, (Fourteen hundred pounds).
(3) Property called Mizpah at Bel-

miont Road consisting of a good house
which has been tecently repaired and
painted and land on which it stands.
Price attractive.

(4) Property at the Ivy Road. Price
$700.00 (Seven hundred dollars).

(5) Property at My Lord’s Hill con-
sisting of (1) rood 2% perches of
and a double-roofed house. Price $2,500.

(6) Property at School Road, Car-
rington's Village, Price $1,200.00

(7) Property at Fairfield, Black
Rock, Price $2,400.00,
(8) Property at Codrington Hill

which consists of a stone house which
has open Verandah, Drawing & Din-
ing rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Water Toilet
end Bath, Kitchen, Pine floor; Galva-
nize roof and enough land for Kitchen
and flower garden. Price £1,400, (Four-
teem hundred pounds).

(9) One newly-built house at Beckles
Road beside the main road. It has 2
roofs ach 18 by 10, Price $1,500.00

And Several Others

For particulars apply to D’arcy
Scott, Magazine Lane.

. 8.9.50-——3n.

WANTED
HELP

———
GIRL—Reliable git] for, Office, capable
of assisting in’ bookkeeping. Apply in
writing giving experience and references.
Fort Royal Garage Ltd., P. O. Box
233, Bridgetown. 2.9.50—T7n.

A.







LADY RECEPTIONIST, — For Hote!
Office Desk work, with knowledge of
Typing. Apply in writing giving expe-
rience and references to Box 88 c/o The
Advocate 5.9.50—3n



LADY for office with some knowledge
of Stenography and Typewriting
by letter and in person
Meyers & Co., Ltd

MISCELLANEOUS

PUPILS Adults and children to
learn SPANISH conversationally
Classes DAY and NIGHT in groups or
single. Fourteen years teaching experi-
ence in Venezuela Apply Clarice
Portillo “EBENEZA" Upper Bay “treet.

6.9, 50.—3n









WANTED TO RENT

ROOM—Retired Englishman, recently
arrived, desires room in private home
with or without breakfast Permanent
|if satisfactory. Location between Hast-
!ings and City preferred. Please write,
giving ‘phone number, to Roy, c/o
5 dvocate Advtg. Dept 5.9.10—in































BARBADOS,
IN
persons having or claiming any estate,

brance in or affecti the property hereinafter
Before me an account of

Defendant) to bring

!
|

j advise that they can now communicate



trend in increased profic. The
Congress believes that until such
time as there is a reasonable

lL.mitation of profits and positive
planning of our British economy
end prices there can be no basis
for restraint on wage applica-
tions. This Congress declares
vhat wage imereases can be grant-
ed, without resulting in increas-
ed prices, for example by reduc-
ing profits, and therefore calls
ca the General Council to aban-
con any further policy of wage
restraint and at the same time
urges the Government to intro-
Cuce statutory control of profits.

The Congress also called today
for “every pressure on the gov-
ernment for women in the Gov-
ernment service to get ual
pay with men. An excited confer-
ence gave vhe resolution 4,490,000
votes with 2,367,000 against.

The Amalgamated Engineering
Union which holds 715,000 votes
announced afterwards that it had
wished to support the resolution
but had been unable to vove be-
} cause of the absence of its dele-
gate holding the voting card.

—Reuter.



Ships In Touch With
Barbados Coastai Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Lid

with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station
ss Prospector, S.S
Lady Rodney, S.S. He Daix, S.S. Fort
Amherst. S.S. Carolyn, S.S. Dageid,
S.S. Mormacmar, S.S. Matoroa, SS
President Edutra, S.S. S. Paula, 8.5.
Rio De La Plata, S.S. Esso Bathlehem,
S.S. Castor, S.S, Uranienborg, S.S
Captain John, S.S Heba, S.S
Portugal, S.S. Vesthav S.S. Silvercrest,
ss. Beechhill, s.s Brush, S,5
Guadeloupe, S.S San Velino, S.S
Junecrest, S.S Byfjord, $.S. Willem-
stad, S.S. Theliconus and S.S. Moon-

crest
MAIL NOTICE

Mails for British Guiana by the
Schooner Marion Belle Wolfe wil!
be closed at the General Pos’
Office as under:— , ;

Parcel, Registered and Ordinary
Mails at 9 a.m. on the 8th of Sep-
tember, 1950.

— ———SSSSSSSS
BERT’S CAFE

CHEAPSIDE
KE-OPENING TO-MORROW
BETTER THAN BEFORE

CHOW MEIN
A_ Specialty!








en

NOTICE

PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all

right or interest or any lien or incum-
mentioned (the property of the
their claims with their witnesses,

vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between
ep reer noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public

Buildings, Bridgetown before the 26th day of Oct.
may be reported on and ranked according to t

respectively, otherwise such persons will

decree and be deprived of all claims on or against

PLAINTIFF: LINDSAY
DEFENDANT: VIOLET

1950, in order that such claims

ie nature and priority thereof
be precluded from, the benefits of any
the said property,

ERCIL RYEBURN GILL
JOHNSON

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at Spooners Hill

in the parish of St.

admeasurement two roods two and two-tenths

Abutting and bounding on

now of one Walrond on lands formerty of @ G.

Michael and Island aforesaid containing by

pee or thereabouts
. T. E. Richards but

lands formerly of .
Medford but now

of one Farnum on lands formerly of Alfred F, Green but now of one

Pilgrim and on the public road called Spooners Hill or

however else

the same may abut and bound Together with the dwelling house

called ‘‘“Homestead”

and all and singular the buildings and erections

both freehold and chattel on the said lands erected and built standing
and being with the appurtenances the said dwelling house land
hereditaments and preniises being the property of the defendant.

Bill filed 28th July 1950.
Dated the 22nd August, 1950.







LOST & FOUND
LOST

NECKLACE—Of 110 Pearls with Dja-
mond Cluster Snap, between “Chelston
Culloden Road, “Amalfi Bishops Court
Hill, and ‘“Welches" Welches Road
finder will be suitably rewarded on re-
turning same to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.,
Broad Street. 8.9.50—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Th application of Francis Greaves
of Sion Hill, St, James the purchaser
ef Liquor License No. 177 of 1950
granted to Walter Z. Mustor in re-
sp@ct of the bottom floor of a two storey
wall building known as ‘Weekes’ Can-











teen” High Street, St. Michael to re-
move said License to a three roof
boarded and shingled shop with shed

roof attached situate at Sion Hill, St.
James and to use it at such last deseribed
premises

Dated this 5th day of September 1950.
To:—S. H. NURSE,- Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘E."" Holetown,

Sed. JOSEPH 5 >
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 19th September 1950 at 11 ee

a.m, at Police Court, District
Holetown.
&. rears,
M trate, Dist. “E’’ Holetown.
Police Magistra aa gous







SHIPPING NOTICE

ed

The Aux. Schooner “JULNAR"”
is expected from St. Lucia on or









about the 10th September and
will take passengers and cargo
for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Grenada, Aruba, Curacao, Alt
enquiries from R ARCHER
McKENZIE. Dial 2947, Victoria
Street, 3.9,50—3n













Ry Courtesy Of
“WOMEN'S GAS COUNCIL”
Recipe for
HOT POTATO DOGS
6 medium well-scrubbed potatoes,

6 sausages (skinned).

Remove a centre core, on
apple corer, from the centre of
each potato, and stuff the cavity

using

with saxsage meat. Bake the po-
tatoes in their jackets in the
usual way. ,Serve hot.

A few of these snappy leaflets

“I PASS THIS ON TO YOU"
obtainable FREE to visitors at the
Gas Showrooms, Bay St

TODAY'S
NEWS FLASH |

| CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

THAT NEVER FAIL
3/-

THERMOS FLASKS

| $1.49

|| JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
a and HARDWARE

| _ arvsicmmarnsaiisitertaceninsntntitimnanmoniny

i



H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.



REAL ESTATE
JOHN
MM.
BLADON

AF.S., F.V.A.
Formerly Dixon & Bladon

FOR SALE

“WINDY RIDGE’ — St. James
This very attractively situated
modern bungalow has 3 large
bedrooms (all with basins) ver-
andah, 2 lounges, dining room, 2
toilets. There are two acres, one
under cane and the remainder
is very well laid out with lawns,
fruit trees, flower'ng shrubs ete.
The view can never be spoiled
and prevailing breezes are unob-
structed. 5 miles from town cen-
tre

“LYNCHBURG” This very at-
tractive, well-proportioned 2-
Storey property set im pleasant
grounds of 12,050 square feet,
contains 3 Galleries (1 enclosed)
Lerge Lounge, Dining Room,
Kitchen on American Plan, Three
Bedrooms, Garage ttc An at-
tractively planned home and easy

te run Highly recommended
“FLORES” Kent, Christ
Chureh. A very attractive and
nicely placed 2 bedgoomed bun-
golow, with lounge, kitchen,
gellery, servants’ room = and
farage Construction of coral
stone. Approximately % acre
with driveway approach from

main road



FOR RENT

“BEACH HOUSE” — St. Law-
rence, available furnished October.

“IN CHANCERY" Silver
Sands. Furnished bungalow 4—
5 months. :

AUCTION SALE
TO-DAY

DR. R. C. PRICE has given in-
structions for the furniture fittings
and contents at his offices and
surgery axvove Knights Ltd.,
Reliable Pharmacy, Broad Street,
to be sold by auction on Friday
8th September at 1 p.m.

Office Desk (as new),
Cupboard, Small Tables, Maga-
zine Tab'- Plant Stand all
Mah.) Steel Trolley with glass
shelves, Approx. 400 sq. ft
Linoleum ‘as new), Knee Hole
Desk and Chair, Primus Stove,
Work Bench Stapling Machine,
Wall Mirrors, Mats, Glass Ware,

Chair,

Kitchen Ware, Elec, Hot Plate.
Brooms, Mops, Elec. tron, Bell
and Fittings, Galv. Sink, Elec

Light Ceiling Dome and a large
number of Miscellaneous items

REAL ESTATE AGENT
| “Auctioneer & Surveyor
| PLANTATIONS BUILDING

Phone 4640



Fyigia, S.S. |

Pushed Back To
Former Line

TRUMAN SAYS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7

Presitlent Truman said today
that North Korean forces would
be pushed back before the end of
this week to the line they held
1@ days ago. t

t his weekly Press Conference,

uman acknowledged that certain

nts had been “crashed” along
the American front line in the
past ten days but Communist
forces would be pushed back to
their former ground before the
week was over, he declared.

The President was asked to
comment on the present position
in Korean fighting between Com-
munists und United Nations forces
in the southern tip of the penin-
sula. “I am no desk strategist”,
the President replied.

He said that he left such matters
to the military, and that he
received daily reports

refusing to comment on the posi-



from |
General Omar Bradley, one of the |
United States Joint Chiefs of staff ;
on the Korean position, After first /

the President
been no material change
United Nations front line in Korea
Jin the last 10 days

| When correspondents
jout there had been continuous
newspaper stories in recent days
of United Nations forces being
pushed back, the President
acknowledged that certain points
had been “crashed”, but North
Korean Communists were being
pushed back to their former posi-
tions, he stated. This would
happen before the week was over,
—Reuter.

f * *
Economic Botanist
(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5.
Trinidad’s new Economic Bot-
anist, Department of Agriculture,
Mr. L. Johnson, arrived here re-
cently. He is a graduate of Leeds
and Cambridge University.

Director Of Works

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 5,
Trinidad has been without a
Director of Works and Hydraulics
for some time, until Mr. W. L.
Osbourne, newly appointed Direc-
tor, accompanied by his wife ar-
rived from the United Kingdom to
ake up the post.



pointed







‘who cannot

feed their babies
© »



Don’tworry ! Cow's milk can be prepared so that the youngest baby
can digest it without trouble, The addition of Robinson's ‘Patent’
Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs,
making it easy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work
thoroughly whilst getting them ready to digest heavier foods later
in life. That’s why wise nurses and mothers always use Robinson’s

‘Patent’ Barley.



PUT

ert

Suis



INSON’S

‘PATENT’ BARLEY



WANTED TO RENT
EUROPEAN WANTS TO RENT
BIG MANSION ON THE BEACH
SUITABLE FOR GUEST HOUSE










Write “Seaside”,
P.O.B. 44,
C/o Advocate Co.



BARBADOS

our Engines can no longer be

20th June, 1950.

not been quite completed.

of November.

early next year.

THE
COMPANY



ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.

NOTICE



As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of

consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at
intervals during the next few months.

Our Consumers ate asked to co-operate by exercising the
utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during |
the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.

TELEPHONE SERVICE

°ST. LAWRENCE EXCHANGE

Telephone Service is now available in the St. Law-
rence Exchange Cable Area except in a few districts
where the installation of cables of larger capacity has

Applications for service should be made early so
that adequate provision can be made.

BRIDGETOWN EXCHANGE

In order to provide extra telephone numbers an
extension is being made to this exchange equipment, the
work is proceeding and should be completed by the end

While providing the necessary exchange plant the
outside plant, cables etc. is also being extended.

ST. JAMES EXCHANGE

The St. James Exchange building is being erected
the equipment for which is scheduled for delivery
Plans have been made for the instal-
lation immediately it is received.



BARBADOS TELEPHONE

delayed, the Cotmyany has in

Vv. SMITH,
General Manager.

LIMITED.

said that seine |
in |



|



PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES

ROYAL NETHERLANDS













STEAMSHIP CO. THE M.V. “T. B. Radar’ will
accept and Passengers for
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM St. Luc Vincent, Grenada,

ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER.’ Aruba, sailing Thursday Tth

5 Hersilia” Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct

ard The M.V. “Caribbee" will accept
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM Cargo and Passengers for Dormi-
& DOVER nica; Antigua: Montserrat St
ms. “Bonaire” September 15th Kitts-Nevis: sailing Tuesday 12th.

SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO

DEMERARA, ETC. The M.V. “Daerwood” will ac-

ms. “Helena” Sept 2ist cept Cargo and Passengers r
s.8 “Bonaire” Oct. ard. St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Gcensi
SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH,||]| {04 Arube. Date of sailimguwil

ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM
m.s. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th
ms. “Oranjestad” Oct, 17th
‘Limited passenger accommodation
available on this vessel)

B.W.1I. Schooner Owners :
Association Inc.

Consignee; Dial:

4047.

.









S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.
AGENTS
Canadian National Steamshi
SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Montreal Boston Garbados Barbados

LADY RODNEY . .. 23 Aug 26 Aug. 28 Aug. 7 Sept 7 Sept.
CANADIAN CRUISER . 31 Aug 3 Sept. ~ 13 Sept 13 Sept.
LADY NELSON . --11 Sept 14 Sept. 16 Sep! 25 Sept. 28 Sept.
CANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Sept. 30 Sept. — 10 Oct. 10 Oct.
LADY RODNEY i3 Oct 16 Oct, 16 Oct, 27 Oct. 28 Oct
CANADIAN CRUISER . 23 Oct. 27 Oct. 7 Nov 7 Nov.
LADY NELSON .. . 1 Nov. 4 Nov. @ Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov.
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives

Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal St. John
LAY RODNEY 19 Sept. 21 Sept. 30 Sept. 1 Oct 5 Oct.
LADY NELSON 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct, 24 Oct.
LADY RODNEY 9 Nov, 11 Nov. 20 Nov -— — 2i Nov
LADY NELSON 28 Nov. 30 Nov. 9 Dee. _ _ 160 Dee.



W.B.—Subject to change notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cham-
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. PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1950

. °W 1 HoldCoodLea di Flying Fish Keevil Daly “Council Must Stop
| peer nt. U.S. Bombing of Korea”


























































— ae x . “
vs. Minor Counties | Barracudas |
A keen struggle was witnesre Sara ed GEORGETOWN. MALIK DEMANDS



J E ; If you are worried about
West Indies (for 5 wkts. dec.) 425 n the Water Polo mateh between| Keevil Daly lived up to his his health, give hi .
Ffiying Fish and Barcacudas ai the! reputation on Sunday morning LAKE SUCCESS, Sept 7 ry iene good

. ° Aquatic Club yesterday evening.) when he outlifted all-comers at - TT dN; = in | cava * 7 St ea course of SevenSeaS Pure
Minor Counties 106 & (for 6 wkts.) 204. | Sising vish, who scarea the only| the British Guiana Senior Weiy-nt-| THE United Nations Security Couneil today began a debate rik Kies has sa
goal of the game, carried off | Jifting Championships at the on the Soviet resolution calling on the United States to eee =

NORWICH, Sept. 7 nonours “ | Astor Cinema before a record} cease bombing Korean towns. The resolution referred to natural fats and vitamins

Peter Patterson, who WaS\crowd of fans who saw -wvo| “the barbarous bombing of a peaceful population” by

| | | will do much to restore
spin bowler Williams which gave him three | prought in as a last minute cheng?! records equalled, one by Daly and

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for 34 in 18 overs helped to bring about a Minor Counties} for Flying Fish, in place of Denis! the other by Gouveia the Ameritan Air once cid mre a the Council: “To call energy and build up new
collapse afte 1ey had opened their second innings against Atkinson, gave an maeneet per | After a lay-off for more than upon "the Government of the Rani and strength.
the West Indies with a century partnership here today. | formance in the back ae te hig! @ year Daly came back and with F mil United States to cease, and not
scored the winning goal tor ‘Si the setback of a gym _ injury a y gues permit in future bombing by air FRESH PURE
The tourists deciar iheir first good performance against a team ' t " | pressed (225), snatched (230) and force or by other means, towns ent
innings close n at 425 for rong attack t _Another good per Sect mar | termed (305) his way to the top O hild and populated areas and also ai Pee eecocesooeseseses
five in reply un The partnership continued their] given by “Henri” Perez, the Bar-/ cy the table in the 165 lb. class. ver siiooting up from the air the oll
106, leaving o get] defiance of the attack, and at tea ocarepegt en gp PT aeecs’” Gael icky cael did aah senae cist peaceful population in Korea. , D
319 to avert defeat they were still together with the}many — harc shots from eter; | who no’ any- PARIS. Sept. 7. “To instruct the Secretary-
The Yorkshir Keighley tal 119 for 0. Individual scores| Patterson over the Cross bar. thing like his best form equaled) pe American eee cs a ae General of the United Nations to oes he get

and W. Sutcliffe, playing pace
and slow bowling confidently, put
on 122 for the first wicket |
the breakdown came.
Sutcliffe, first out for 56, hit 8

the 225 press reeord for his clas$| Gerald Dayne is ish | bri his decisi f the S -

: s and his English|bring this decision of the Secur:
hort after it started Pat held by Joe Bacchus, while Alfrea) wife Buniee Daynes must appeat ity Council to the very~ urgent
Shortly «after as . na nt | Gouvela’s (305) clean and jerk] in court tomorrow to argue over |Notice of the Government of the
All the changes of Stollmeyer| Fletcher, the Barracudas right) equalled his own record for light-| whom shall have custody of their | United States.”

winger, swam down the wing and bes ight “ a 0 t Pe ate. Soviet diknae
took two tries at the Flying Fish | Beavy weignts. three-year-old daughter Laurel. gate,

eing Keighley not out 59, Sut- The

ae game was weil balanced
liffe not out 56 with four extras



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fours and one six tamadhin, on a pitch which hdd Colony stars Ernest Spelling The order came from a Paris|read into record instances of al-

ve » wich then fell for came ay: oan be ardiy | goal. Unfortunately one struck the | 1 ; a : = ie aris \ieged American bombing of towns, *

din padttion "of $1 buss Gy aes 1 epee s eeanete right upright and rebounded into tlt I ao Ree Bon hignter Le eather “Stace Goatees aa bospitals and villages which he ak

ae. i ok now “aha deeth. play while the other went high bolyweight, while Alphonso| tained an injunction against his said were to be compared “with COSC CoeeeoeeresesenE



er © cross ar. a 2 oe «in-leg 7 * s i ] i EP ers.”
re Se ere Patterson took | kt ee eo tn wel a arm Resi who flew to Paris ne ese p Ra epand pe br are be-
a long shot at the Barradidas|*OMp home eady Wino the} in a chartered plane in pursuit of |ing made on the directions of

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goal but Perez reached well out} 148 lb, class. The results were:|}6, husband and child is assisted |General MacArthur,” Malik said.

Both batsrnen used their fect
the pitch of the ball. Suteliffe
startled the crowd and Ramadhin

Keighley, fifth out at 191, was
brilliantly caught by Ramadhin
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half hours at the wicket in which] by pulling him over square-leg } water a ht off al 1234 1b Class by the woman-lawyer Mme. Elisa- = deat Auer a erirtapseet dans Shady
ie hit 12 fours andove six.in bis for six. This palr put. on thes Sell ticmec tone freans throw | E. Sills alc 119) Press| beth Lew. At tne starc of xne session Sir Stokes & Bynoe, Lid, P.O. Bax 401, Beidastown Barbados
92. 119 in 2 hours in Patterson again took a hard|—150; Snatch—170; Clean, and) The ex-G.I. father who ap- Gladwyn Jebb (Britain), Presi- lta
It seemed that the match might The Mi Counties were 204|sShot and although this one was|Jerk (205); Total—575. pealed to American Legion Offi- ape’, Savings sep hate, sepre>
Oe aren eu eeet eees es ar @ at ie caf a out of Perez’s reaches, very un- R. Critchlow (boayweight 123) | cers here for assistance will be re- nee = the “Korean Republic, ~ Se S
seventh wicket pair stayed} ‘or 6 at the close of play. | Tiucily for Flying Fish, it struck | Press—185; Shatch — 160; Clean| Bresenied by Frank I. Schwartz of }10, take tis, seat at the Counsl
together for the last ey 2 mee ta ets thi h fren A jo | the left upright and went out o! aml Jerk—190: Total—475. New York. f ; ee i an put i 8 ee ‘i egal =
Earlier in the day he West] added. Ramadhin too! ae ke play, | Even the United States Embassy one om ng = not cha es Kee in ood sh e
Indies batsmen had served up r punishm¢ nt by tricking anc 133 lb Class here has entered the case ap esiden s ruling and made no >p g ap
bright cricket Trestraii andj bowling Sutcliffe for 56 Feter Potter next tried a shot| 4 Spellen (131) Press — 180;| . urt er attempt to exclude the
Gomez drove, cut and glanced Christiani bothered by the but Perez saved. Shortly before | Snateh—185; C. & J.—240; Total Mr. Daynes has given his word |Korean representative. Go

beautifully in raising their fourth
wicket partnership to 170
Trestrail hit 14 fours and 2
sixes in his 94, made in 100
minutes, and Gomez had 16 fours



etna sun, clea for his cap.| hate time Herbert Portillo tested | "agg, ef Panes Sete, i St EAP, atieg Neath Meus eee
P han sieve ee uae eel ees Sane. “y tte C. Archer (131}) Press—180; Paynes last night ‘told his wife: |plaints about the alleged bomb-
rasier off Pierre’s fast. bowling. en ae rae ©) Snatch—185; C. & J.—240; Total] You can come with me to New |ing. He said: “The United States
irazier oO} ierre’s: ti J oe goal but Foster strete ed across | — 605: York or go back to England, but jis resorting to barbarous methods
wo wickets were no Cow" land made a good save. | A. MePherson (132) Press —]in any case I interd to leave with | ecause they are not able to break



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in 117. Worrell also drove freely] ‘or 131 In the second spell B, Armstrong | 169; Snatch—175; Total—335. the child far the United States |Gown the determined resistance of
and | i0 fours in 62. ; Lee of Barracudas missed a golden | 148 Ib Class this morning.” the Korean fighters
7 . Beightey,. at hors 1 opportunity to open his team’s} A. Correia (144) Press—195; While the argument between the “American air and naval bom-
The Game q of bo wiing smashed |account. After receiving a pass|. “* nae & J.—270: Tot i father, mother, grandfather, and |bardments are in line with Hitler’s
Sate ; 3 ; a is first al i, &S, OV8F The was unmarked in the goal Snatch—220; C . —270; otal) uncle of young Laurel went on |infamous plan of total war to at-
Trestrail and Gomez, quare leg boundary for six |area but shot wide of the left; —~685. J _|through most of last night, the tein its final aim by cruelty and e
were concerned in an un- 149 however, Williams had a | upright O. Leow (148%4)Press — 165;| father's suite in the Hotel was | terrorism.
broken stand of 128 fo cee when he got Bell caught Snatch—225; C, & J.—265; Total] garded by the hotel staff and later The Americans are impelled by RARALQALS
tourth wicket before play ended t leg off 2 ball which spun Peter Patverson, by now, was! —655, by two policernen called in by hatred against the people of
a a) ntinued. this morning t bat to the batsman’s boot tempted ° meye the oF i eo j J. ia? * (1454) rs Wi Goodman “to prevent trouble.” Korea oat te a = Asia
Sight screens, a scoreboard an thenee to Jones’ hands ac ine. e came up into snatch—205; C. & J.—240; Tota who are ing for freedom.”
chairs were blow over duriia : lay San caught o!| Barracudas area and took a hard 840. , It was comparatively calm after | Malik further charged that the We have them in j
gale last night, but play restarte ecp square leg at 191 shot but the ball struck Perez's hectic scenes earlier when Good- | United States military forces had
promptly today on a pitch, o finger and then the cross bar 165 tb Class ‘ man’s son smashed the door to Mr. | violated the Hague Convention of PINK and WHITE
fairly easy pace Keighley, cautious when near-|beforg rebounding into play. ii. Daly (162}) Press —2a6;]Daynes bedroom with a fire-axe | 1907 which forbids the bombing of Sizes 32 to 40 |
: Ss ng his 100, fell toa fine running | / few minutes later he how-|Snatch—230; C. & J.—305; Total and ae pete hy yao raed ‘ivilians and bombardment unde- !
Trestrail showed a partiality | -atch at the same total when eight | «var beat Ferez with a hard shot! —760. of that wocpind peng Cidieaiee oe io om in en "Ca ah |
for coverdriving the quick bowlin hort of his 109. He had hit one }*o open his team’s account. C. Tyrre!l (152) Press — 165; Te > nes CHG, Walle an Fg cludec y asking e Counci ;
ef Divecha, but when the partner-# six and 12 fours in three amd a Barracudas tried hard during! cnatch—21C: C & J. 260; Total— Cope looked on and en re fo a unnecessary 84 57 |
ship was worth 171 with Trestrail ,palf hours at the wicket the last minutes but could not) 630, Pe i pictelk vombing and bloodshed = = . and .
6 short of a century he played Ramadhin resumed after beins qualise. The end saw Flying! G&G, Gulling (157) Press — 180 r —Reuter.
late at a ball from Earl which jnit for 65 for one wicket im 26 |Fish still in the lead, Total—180. < —
came through quietly and was ve and streightway claimed |
bowled Trestrail had hit 14 ]oncther victim, clean bowling The Second Game 181 lb Class EMPIRE 2.30 & 8.30 p.m.
The nA y — " sit: AS are ad Firth and Divecha defied more | evening Snappers completely out- * ase A=naOys Jase ow
400 minute rans £ bowling ineluding| Played Police and defeated them eel Wrdake (168) Press 200: Fees ae _ Sera e
Gomez joined vy Worrell went| Gomez and Stolimeyer, whil five-nil On many occasions the |. atch—-200: Ca] 9105 Totni Cay » Brabsionres
safely to his century which in- iyving for the last 20 minutes. Constables were inclined to adopt 1670 es , i ,
When the s broke through the | MINOR, COUNTIES ., INNINGS — swimmers were very elusive. ; : :
n the sun broke through the ST INDIES — 18T, INNINGS For Snappers Delbert Bannister,!| W. Brusche (1903) Press 225, pedlcddolathastimas in White and Black






e Firth b Laidlaw
imever b Divecha
hall b Earl

néz Lbow, b Earl

clouas Worrell found his touch],
and some shots which flashed the }/
ball to the boundary soon put
him in the twenties, The fielding

their goal scoring machine, netted | Snatch—235; C. & J. 280; Total-
the first three, while the ae | a

two went to young “Billy” Man- C. Moore (183) Press — 215 iy Sols) of the lonesome cry



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restrail b Earl i , i
at ata te: ‘rth’ ‘ Wot du ning. Snatch—225; C. & J.—280; Total en)
remained smart and Firth’s | Wore! not our The ieurie wanes \_-720. in many women’s hearts...
wicket-keeping was sound, but} pi is wes, 4 leg byes, 1 wad.) 10 FLYING FISH: P. Foster (Capt.).! Mf, Williams (1964) Press—200;
still runs came freely particularly -] {. Yearwood, P, Patterson, J. Knight ae, CO 9 Total" § TaTRUITIT ae Pe
after Gomez had been legbefore Total (for 5 wickets) 425 P, Potter, B. Malone, and D. Davies ae ee, Cc. & J. 280: Total some g tha
; ; ’ 7 — BARRACUDAS: Brooks (Capt.), | 685 ‘
wicket to Divecha for 117. In all, E. Johneon, C. Evelyn, Ff. Peres H : i 7
: he batted 180 minutes and found BOWLING ANALYSIS _ | Portillo, B Armstrong and P. Fletcher. { a ee weownes wd as ESL at D
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difficulty in placing a field for | pivecha 2 2 oT. 8 POLICE: MeD. Richards (Capt,) EB. » Unsuccessful attempt at 325 ia vt 3 .
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: om t 62 Sutcliffe b Ramadhi 56 , A medal was presented to C.
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PMDA1 SEPTEMBER BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI I HULL UN Forces Prepare U.S. Will For Big Offensive 12 ,ooo Reds French Grab 208 Keels In 3 Xntigmi Churches Spv Raids Dmtmyed By JULIAN BATES KOREA, Sept. 7. (^RIMLY battling United Nations troops today halted the Communist advance %X least for Liu time being but were tonight preparing to meet a still bigger offensive. All round the 125 mile "defence box" today American, British and Soutn Korean troops beat off slackening Communist attacks. But American Intelligence officers said that the North Koreans still had two divisions in reserve and were moving up new waves of tanks and men and bie supply convoys. They North Korean offensive I up in the next day or twi>. An American beadqua spokesman Mid the Invadei i were expected %  i "make th maximum possible effort within th* rim* to exploll their recent an i it roncftMd the front III lin Wl llM n>. owld IUII Indetected In Aii. %  %  : %  %  %  of WBCKWBII without Jipprecioblo lofts according in M Eight l' Army communique. British troops on the Cavalry Dtv tton'i left ilnnk hail small skirmisher with Communist patrol* but hud not yet he-n reported in any large Nab Commi.. epor ted to have iHJilt up their stn-ngth south and west of the wall.-. Kasan, north of Taajni. taken front the Amerl igo Reportslay the gap In the United Nations line in this eactor had been closed and that Invade* 8 miles north of Taegu. (i.l'e Counter AtlucK Heavy light IHK wej rej the western sector of the front in the "Naktong bulge" inN TBegu. The American 2fl I Division launched a aerie* ol counter stacks nnd beat off ti < Commu.usi ntteck font bank of the Naktong River An Amcncn Amu her*" reported Conuni battalion strength digeu of Cliangyong about .'. a I south southeast of Taet < %  E* n d nn American battalion advanced about live hundred .vm Chuneyoni; 'o llle agl i t H th* An 11 lean t< it am noknown bare whiel the town itself A few miles further south. I men pu-liou to mile, of ih.' swollen %  iver % %  town oi yonawn. An Army commun %  .suppli* IntelUgjanee offtcen added that Communists were usinc pofeit pn Korean villagers to undertake Mununltlon-carrHH at i k -Kf'l" IF WAR STARTS .>.-,. %  .; %  M B I if war with Russia, j %  Sertati Vppri %  limitfn" .i i load %  I'k . lust wh.ii • itn the money. %  ••ported to have %  i i tha faet thai l ..if ol ih, ItMB .imigerous" more than %  retchin g .are • of them iiorn II* ,'n t.'d us saying it M merit of whether Ameri..ii> would ha arraated irnmedi. .1 i ng Renter PARIS s pi 7 eopke for denllty eh. said tha! among that %  reruejei In th.Aiiee, D en Spain. 30 Sparuafc %  re detal i-it'i it wa* learned tn.it .'>1 Speridbed tatered On Stork Exchange %  Ion Stoea %  %  i '. | ,: .,!• % % %  I tea. Cop] ; rtonda mow %  %  d ii be maJ %  • % %  .. but oil i i % %  dull Foreign played little movt menl other than li %  %  e absence i. . ui .. %  n IM Mi a i dmtrlol*. The Kaffir market wat given s< %  : —Renter. An • i i nn within 8 Naktong ) unit i on Eighth that on the aouth at tarlter in the dav They also resulted monung attock BBahWl I I miinique said they cOOl destroy Contmunfi • in the Hamnn area atari but week's North Korean on Mason. Hampered Ahjhfll by bad weather the All-ed Air Foroa rontinfied their jli-out luppon .f ground troop*. Fighters niui fighter-bomber* concentrated on the front lines, while h-av\ bomber rancci further the northeast. It was announced toda> that the Second R Force Buradartand Flylni Boet Squadron would arrive here an Sunday from Singapore. The Rrct squadron arrived from Honi Hong in the early day of the campaign. Communist* are gelling ammunition through to their frontliiv troops In Koren hy n re' of Korean villagers, according to American Intelligence report* here today North Korean >' re* using roads a' mmh of in Th Wrathcr i ii \i Ran Itise*: 5 51 a.m. riaa §ee! Ml %  Mean ll.KIIAT lluinfall aodringtoni .(•I Im Tul for Month to Veeierdayi .3B in. I'rmperatere <>bx.) 87.0 • r. Temperature Min.) 7?.5 F. Wliul nireetion (11 a.m.) i | n m. F. by N Win.i rateeati H BBH par a* r.i. aaeter <'J a tt u m i IM1I II %  •;.) Plane Tried To Attack L.N. Ships U.S. CLAIM WASHINGTON. Seat ih, Am. in ..ii Navy ackttowi i two of its Banter i down a Ruaalan bomb..il I.. .. .i i. Monday 'i 111 Acial wrd. The American planes shot down thiwio-eiigineu Soviet craft when. >\ onttnf !* %  United Statea charges. It attempt. I atla h Utwad Nationa naval forces. Whin the incident was first I oried. tlu Slate Deportment said it %  bomher opened Are upon the Nattona fighter patrol %  turned its fire and ahoi [ttat would luyajorl bhe Moscow ; that two other Kuntan it) oi thai -11 American lighters took port In ll brief "gut. he said. mended that thf number wot on a train".it tiiiitu and war unanmed Tin .i said the action jlnok place iibout 30 miles from itre of the task force I The State Department announcemi 01 "f the nuMdem had atd the Lumber pos*ed over the screening ship and continued toward tht* centre of the formation "'in a hostile manner". President Truman said totia %  ,..i thr Russian plane incident on Korea was a matter for the united VntKns in consider In addition. United Nations plan*nkh lid the shooting down, ha said at hiweek I v press conrer ,, ce He aeettned fuiiher eata men) Reuter Ore Carrier Will Do 3 Days Work In 8 Hours "l—dan orrrtpuBtrnn tXINMD.N. Sept i then SH.SOO.000 pro.1.••lopment of ramatea's bauxiu i i Mine Ltd. have nttaeks were reported to IT hand11 i let f"i %  ing over vital supplie bundles to village hpndmcn the Well-known British firm feaeh %  %  i %  %  %  i ntb1o on| Ltd flw eat %  for getting ammunition through rlai .1 fipecial tn the next village and so on until feature* and will enable cargo to the in eight hours as corn Lh three dayi hy preaent metluKls. will be used to trans port bauxite from I uorls in the UniUM BtaMa WrighiiiH IW ton* lh 5 ,. arrt led at the Barrew-to-rat nm it ill ui at the rati of 1,400 tors per lour It ii unknown wh* the carrier .vill be sent to Jamaica i. h rie %  elation. i were belfo -. Para i euloute and M Mh offklau said i *ere not directed aaa Commurll%  idarly, I>I! igalnst "Fifth CouunnM Mintati ipol %  %  tli the Prune .•nt thai the % %  i ha put Fifth i in their pthcai iheli ceaaa h,ivt> i>een -tudled. people rill be expelle.1 very quh-kh. he said They 11 be taken to whichever fron%  MHMM Hut I %  ant to IKexpelled the) wfll %  ide Ifl sin h t e authoi % %  I R) ii. A usuallv well Informed %  ouree id that foreefl domlellea will be itl) in %  tleuler lirazil Celebrates Intlepi*ndenee Day Ret) M JANEIRO Sept 7 Thirty-flva tndusand In tlu imliiiM %  tha Hroulian Indepeodefl %  11 Huge crowds wutcheu while rehed paal in .m mieMive display with American 1 ii'.nurvd aiwl im. I,.H i --\ aajta The BraaUkui AJi Rama uiM> :ijk part with 5n combe —Renter a***.-.., % %  >..!• cetfaaeaeeaaai \ ... irienl irch %  Heel ara Wilh.u th.r* %  %  %  i -.nit of Lbi s 1 1 %  i nn or wii i ,n Mid %  ... AM th %  hap) l Itu %  vie hundi. d and Ian yaw %  i I Wnn I 1 the few 1.1'There are .... | Qeorge'e %  1 Per* Martli a n Truman Sueflks On a Saturday %  %  %  %  %  leacy has njtadM naoai %  mild no %  He aaW %  <-rs HI hi.* 1 I irda) i: %  -ill .!! UCg!l ready D) • %  eater. UP... YOUR... SMILE... WITH (HE CORRECT-SHAPE Wisdom TOOTHBRUSH LOVELIER SKIN IN 14 HAYS FOR 2 WOMEN OUT OI •! IIV PALMOLIYE BEAUTY PEAK CHARGED WITH MURDER OF B.C. FOOTBALLER rwenu %  mhl o Mi 'l P vtMra I .11 "I think I'd (ike a WhiteI lorsc better than anything 1 WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky 1.1 "A pteahMire to rerna r nber, ,i |oj t" And l hirt) %  nine dot lot i int lulling lading akin ipeciaJuU rMvr novi i pleMd 11 da) hsia i ih Pal lie-iuty Plan on \.^<>\ wona i %  ajd and every typt report %  d finiu .1 nict abk menl in the complexion* ol %  women nut id ; [lUppOl l"l I* 1 Hgn< IIHIH-. by the women ihenuclvca). I liese \1111 .11111 mi; ilie itii|Hn\t 111. nil n'lmrteii: 1 Ht*Nh M '.1 I;IIM I III A REMINDER!! BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. •oar I HEM i:\HI.Y s< 11001. tvi;\;; \t i I;SM)RIFS PANAMA HAT:; BOYS i Air. BOYS A QlELfi BHOBS BOYS BI1IRTS Navy, iu.>wn A. White Linen SOCKS ,t* COTH1N I'ANTII..'. ttWOAL Slien :—C—10 REDUCTION ON RANDALH SI Hii prr pair: II A || gMO prr pair 1—ft 2.e prr pair Bri hif. Pi clear See what iliiPlan v*ill do for your nkin — in ouW li tUvat If you would like your complexion to be ai lovely at you have alway* hoped it COUM '•<*. try the I'.iluioHve Beauty Plan. 1 It's 10 simple. 1 hi* it all yuu do: 1 Woihjwajiue wilk Palmolu* Soap. 2 Mivtagt id tich> diet-oil /a/Arr into your ikinjor one full minult. 3 Mr* Start now, (ontmue (or 14 dayi. And pro%'e a* the doctor* proved — that If you keep your ikin dcanacU by Pahuolivc'j beuuUlViug olive-oil lather, you ara jure to . KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORS THAT HHimiW U OIII.VS SHIM I WILLIAM FOIiARTV LTD.! INC. IN B. G. I'rum Our ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT We C'nn Qlime You On : I SWI TC H ES (ULIM. aoai s BATTEN IKII.IH B ADAPTORS JUNCTION BOXI i I LUSH BECEPTAI I is (OKI) mil. 1)1 ifAKKOW KI.UOS Sinlr & IhiiihliCONNECTOBS WOOD BUM Ks (K.ilind, Sqllurr :inil Ohlni, • i C.T.S. IMA ( T.s. CABLE, I LEX IKON I OKI) ADIIKSIVL TXI'I 10 A U AMP. SWITCH-FUSE I I Ol R PIII4IS AMI lOMIMTIII^ I f> "FIT TO PLEASE" I@ ii 'l\llfKI\f. Itl I'MtTMENTt— We I I a lane laaoriBMat ol brautiful TROPII \i H)hVSTEDfl PIBKOJ WOOL mlxtnrca onwroaa ahaaV Kill. h Mm mini tha perfect in aaa tie, • guarantee tatrsfacUon raaj can > %  \ • %  • .1 like—tn c:nr npnlj it WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION



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Iricl.ii Srplimbrr • 1 J BarbaJtoss fltoiocate Pfln-r iivi: t i %  % Vrar SS ANTIGUA: AFTER THE HURRICANE These Pictures Tell The Story TIT' rVi n 3a l&rf* MAIN WAREHOUSE at U.S. B.-r. where all US -lur..UcaargMl. -Birln fe •' ** ^^ _** %  %  *.. !" ^* • % %  lgT ,, rOBT JAMBS BEACH Hirdvr. MARKET STREET RIHlli Y.M.C.A. RELIEF FUND REAfMES $283 %  %  ih v M C \ %  % %  • %  %  :..: i .. t ,'.. %  '. %  %  • %  %  ... 1 I ilndrt %  hli I i i. nc. will be %  hipped hicn Lntd* Ova I %  %  i i %  1WW i I I I. II I MI n ii v. I. YMi > I*. upcii <-f n • %  p u -ue up ii ( moving rett I'd.. Y M i i had hud | .lirrVull Itm thai rn'^uariJmil unlike tlioe of the inolllil.iilieer. First he inti-l join tinthriflv. -elf-rrli.iril people wl.u own lil'III-NI .iin i Second JIit jiulirjnohler he will he linked with lln.ii-.iinlwho-e rniiihine.l unilv :tiul .trengtL (.'ii.if.uiti-e MTiirily fur ihe f<-|>r'i iI-ittof OMUH Jill. Third — tliraxperirwwd puidanee oJ ;< I %  f • In-urBBOfl flplimmlMlil i will ilireet him nloiiu ihe he-t route to hii>hji-rti\e. MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (f.i u tW..Ad ibx;> IOIONTO. CANADA FORT JAMES BEACH .'. ST PATTL'B CHURCH at FalmouUi where Admin: Nahwi lUaatad Mrrl %  PSTKB u*vfc*rraviiaj: t LYDE WALOJTT ... W S MOSHO* v Ltd %  >• %  N>w Pnonv UIT Nlih Strwl P. O. Bo* lb..



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. l"> BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'Afif SEVEN" CLASSIFIED ADS. Abandon Restraint On Wage Demands it. J.I. ... UKIsrLIA. M Hi la-a.c |Hf lai lettdenee .1 4 30 tin afSanmuu (or live pern aft Ctlurcrt DOM FV **H*Y i r*a>r. ru4 < -PI MIS UDCMA. la.t nlghl al Ihe Gf.*ril Hospital 1> %  .1— Mr late reudence CI.VNHCT I West bur) CemeHusband' Ai.W thl* evening f..r i tee* Friend s -it Sami.cl T ;.l*. IN MKMORI AM .-..-., i, rnd Grinanw'lm AirtERTlKA AMEf hn mm an *e-lrtTher sth ISO* The midnight alar thinn M Ihe grave Of one w* tovM. but count not HV* %  I ..re could aitl I W spent Ood look i %  Ira hi. uill dear wife Mrs MARY RAl'lME ATWE1JU "he ciepartrd 0M ri(M of SeolerrihrT nineteen bundled and fort}' TV., Md .ea a-il .1 %  • When Ih. MM %  MB ived Ma i. %  %  raw MM nag MM I* win Ml M • %  Cod grant you hit m-rnal n Ever to lie remembered • >lell 'hudmiili. Scilierl and C*ni (Mttui Mr* Alma Bram,.. .-.lighter in-'.I rhil.lre.. I % %  M %  ,„ IN IDVII miBMri of urn Dear Mot MII.I.ETENT LOVMB l-AJIIIEI.l, • DRAWERS, Mahognnv Dining Tabla sai.d>i.>ant TraM al Jo-. O-ureh For further Paroculaia apol) la. the Rector. ... Cf, ioao| %  pirwi A A I' GliX. Clerk. St Jowph"* Veetry Publir Official Sale The Proi oal Maranal %  Act I l*M-01 JOi ON Prida. the 1Mb day ol ffeptemher %  *M al the hour of 1 ov % % % %  afternoon will be told al my office to the rUaTheal bidder foe any -urn not urwter All that certain piece of I.nid conla p.ma about a.TM asuare feet uf which area TaB Squara Pawl form part ul a l)i vale Road hereinafter nientunted alti.ale In the Partah of Chrl.l Church in.iiiin ,md bounding on three al.a "i> landa of the Eaiatr of r A Laynr "tre'di and on the fourth tale oa a r-ivate road rujhleen feel wide leading 0 me p-ibl* Road called St Malthla. laajaNaff with -"-apjroli The whole properly appraleed to FOUR THOUSAND EIGHT HUMORED AND ISilD' ****>" %  **• mMIAHn ANO rWENTi .11 i-t-.Ts i4.x-.iA .. tached froii. fa>l-A VIOLET JcIIN'ai)N EDLA VIOIarr MTTH i f,, r and iraa N I i day T T ItEADIXY Pro !" at Marahall %  %  iO-Jn IHRBAIHIS AKTS AND ('RAITS SOCIETY The Si.th Annual Meetum ol Ihe tleneral Aiaombly o( Hrmba-i of the I b otaj .-ir held -• w -.' Whin1'JIH nbrr at H p m to con lh-f. .,. for Ihr leadershiij on what Is the central issue of the Connrcss' policy w-ill s serious piohlems in labour concerning Government co-oprralin The resolution to end traaaj rvtitralnt received 3.B49,iMIO votes v ith 3.727,000 auaitiM Tru maiority of 221.000 for the leooKition was sponsored by Tx-lutin-lv small unions in which the Communist influence Is known to be strong, and was moved by the avowed Communist Walter Stevens. General Secretary of the Electrical Trades Union, but it received support from manv big unions in which Communist* arc a small and uninmientlal minority The resolution declared I I ice and profits have continued to rise arid livinit standards and wages of the working community tt fall It added "this Coftgrv^' | that no effective steps have been | taken to prevent the continued trend in increased profit:. The Congress believes that until such is a reoasonabit n of profVtB and positive planning of our British economy %  there can be no basis tor rotraint on wage applications This CorkgT*** declares .vtat wage iiscreasoai can be gnatid. without resulting in increasr.ir example by reducing profits, and therefore calls (, ; the QoaWraJ Council to abanc'on any further policy of want restraint and at the same tint* urge* the Government to Introi nee statutory control of profits. The Congress also called tody for "every pressure on the govt;nment lor women in the Govt inment service t j get equal pa* with men An excited conierince Rave .tic resolution 4.490.000 voles with 2.367.000 against. The Amalgamated Knginecriiia 1 U.iion which holds 715.000 voles ciiinounced afterwards that It had wished to support Ihr resolution hut had been unable to vote because of the absence of its delegate holding the voting card. —Renter. HARBOUR LOG [ Ships lo 7 ouch With Barbados Coastal Station SEAWELL PUBLIC: WALKS AUCTION I will iifler for tale by Public t pfapetition on FRIDAY Sth at 1 p m -it ry nfhYe VtCTORIA STREET I rood >"' perchei land at FTTfc .'M.IAfiR. ST JAMBB For condillon. aakt. etc Dial tMT R Archr. Mr (eniw. VKtorla St S ft 5tt-4n ARBIVAL*—f St.W-I.AX. Irani TRINIDAD: Hheii* Mai-hall. FninciMU Fere.. FranCi-cu Here.. Lute. Fuenlea. Ul.. Fuehle.. i;.-.alU rituie.aM. Hall Call Saikdouiat, Milton l^iich Miciiael I %  ILK ORSNADA. Evneard Corb.n, Mary Lans. KaUilec. ; lna Anaellna lama Alfred l*nccli Hrnij UMlivc .. -I II CIA Heinle.. Rdward' LaaH Tlmuipaon lar ST VINC1.NT Vnuxl Spr.itl. I Ma.v H-niiid. Simon UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON Wedneeda* 11th and Thmtdja U't> ..Til.i ul The lion "hie Robert Chal •nor we will aell hi. Houar Appoint "•UU of rr.lefl.Anlhiue and Modern ur al The Oarden" Country Rd which mru.de Very fiood f.menaMm Dining Table Uprarhl and Arm Chat" Kieillone C-nrd Table Hepplewail.. board and Chair* Antique Sofa Lame and BmaU Bound Tip Top Table,, bury, Liquor Caae with II De...nter. Rook Caae lOtaa* Door.) RockUpholi Arm Chain, all In old Mahoaany Conaol Table A Pier (ilaaa. Old Fngllah Clocka Ia>r|e Carpet. Ooad Engravings Oval (lilt Mirror die bracket!: Glaa> WaVB ry soodi Tea nnd Coffee Seti Dliinirr Senlo*. Fnilt Service. Old China I G Barrel Shade. Hall lamp, Rlee ittlng plated Ware In Ice Tankard. Entire DUhea Fish Bn d rn>tt Knive•nd Forks. Spoons, Forka. Cutlery e )P lilver Spoons. Brara Omemrnls Mud preas. rHr-.ina: Tables: MT Wa-fielands i — ll-pp fhwl Dl T)n..rSlump ncdatead wlih Sp.ms ^ Wardrobe Cheval glaas all In Dnub!.. Besa. i M %  taotOM ,..c Top T.ibieo, ilrr.s Uooks. 1 -.... ,,,.,. %  R.le al 11.30 o Si note and i .rasa ann Top Table: t-arris Ch-.i Holler. 1_EKMutplK s Radio In and other Items llMl TIJIMS CASH REAL ESTATE MU1XS. CARTS. A HARNFSkS mules, slnsle caits %  haxneaa 0 ye* 1 I "Orev mits" ttdlnc porv %  | i Jasuty donkey, suitable for Kids Serhre Pond Plln St Andrew MISCELLANEOUS ROOKS Medical Vel Travel Phon Second •rlnary • BIO* Chleftv 1 and 0 SO -On •4.1,1 it la CAM Do not lei the "Flu" g (Mi weather If you lake ORALVA Ann Cold Tablets Knight's Ltd t you during i area i mm and tnfluenia T ft SO-3n Oet r|d of Moths Moth Kill" ft I at Knight-* Ltd. y using "OLEY" bos. Obtainable T ft 50—3n -NUJOt. aid. In the relief of eonstl-"' pntkn and %  taatelesa and at.anlutl>Trr a b-.ttle today Knlsht* T ft SO—*l GT PIPTX — All shapes and aties. inf hiding Ropp Cherry Pipes and tits Astor Bantam la FaatheTweUtht Pip" PRAM One Me into go-cart Phnne 41 icklnar horse S • SO—In RECORD AIJIVMfl for 10 H-Irsch and carrying case, record*, and wa have the A raARNflBS TO. LTD. : for 10-Inch A few 450 s IT and S90 a l tubes Secure <"'• now ft aV-*n YAWL -'Frapldaapprna k.iux with Oray Marine engine rondlllon SS.OOO a baig-ln ) R gdwards Phone r.JO IS %  M YACHT Centreboard Yacht Con riot Length IT 'eel. beam • feet Now It fitted out Apply Wicks. Woodslde Garden.. Bav Strert Tefcrphone Jl ft ft SO -Jn FOR RENT HOUSES Fl-AT-Unfurnished at Romasate B Flreet Wllhln walking distance for Aqu tkt Club and City Dial SOU l-VRQl: liOUSK APARTVVVT 0 He., SI taiwrriire full. furnished l-hono *S7 t 5" t f n SPACIOUS omcr. opposite D M. Shrgpeon f'iriher partk-ulars Appt* •C.. Dial •*• %  nfNGAIXIW Ol niock SUtnr aland' ng on 1.000 aq fl of land Slluated M Worhlng. having water and light. r\ppl. Norman Allevne Phone S1S4 •-mmIjnlge WorthliiS 7 ft SO An n High Street. iwn. on Friday, the I3nd day ol er 1SS0 the Sugar Works PlanALE and MAXWWXa, Christ nuren. containing together by eathnn,.n m Arum ACHEAOE in Plant Canes MV. will a bo be sold with the sate MIS One Dodge Motor Lorry, 1 m, I MUSS and I small I-wheel irthrr particulars and r.million apply lo the undcralsiied — COTTIJ:. CATFORD a. co FOR SAMv— HOl'SKS J KSdeavour i Hart's (lop Coo%  i.la of 1 < of nn ncro of land and house uhlch has open Verandah. Drawing A ng rnnma. 1 Tied mom*. Kitchen etc PROPERTIES FOR SALE Proper*!M Pine Road Consist Drai Kitchen. Haml I Dining ind I-.. XI 400. 'Fourteen hundred pounds! <3i Proporly -ailed Miipori al BelrVmt Road consisting of a good l" has been fecontly repalied and tainted .nd land on Which It aland. price attractive. %  ITriperty al (ha Ivy Road PrWe ST0O 00 iSeveii hundred dollar*) < Property at Mv lord's Hill %  latmg of '11 rood 3H porcboa of land and double-roofed houae Prlc1I.SC0 (S> Pmrier-tv lit School Road Car..ngtrm's Village. Price SI JS0 • 71 Proprrtv at Falrfleld. Black Rork Prlc. ffl.OSO Oft 'Hi Proper!* .ii (Yrflrira-tori HIH gats of a .tone hu.i-e which has open Verandah. Drawing A Dining room.. 3 Badioorn* Water Toilet end Rath Klt.hen. Pine floor, ilalvni-ise roof and enough land for Kitchen .ml flower garden Price aM.OM ipourt.en hundred pounds i> One newly-built i-mse at Reek lei Road beside the main road II has 3 roof. <*rh IS by 10. Price II S00 on And Se V r ri other. For n.irticijlars apply to D'arcy A SrOtt. MasariinI an• ft SO—Jn. BBPaW.s -..-Bf R.w-l A" 1.. IV t.l -II > Rosa Leroche. Carmen Laroche. Mary Ulsenruj, Fred Uiarrmg Kalael llrrnan. der. Maureen Pitt. Maurlro Hri..'diiit. RarheUi II. inch" itl. Willy Hei.chtrltt UOm simsam. uasi ror rt aaadri fuai Vaaquei. Oerman VB.QIWJ, JlsU. S S II* Dais. S S For1 "arolvn. n.S Daa-i,i II. f Paula. It S S S Eaao Bathleheni i Uransrsibori, S S llOavtia I I S S Sllv. •ah. S.S llyllord. MAIL NOTICE M„iK fev liiiiish Guiana by On S 'homier Marion Belle Wolfe will be closed at the General Pos. I i. Hi. i ..HI Parcel. Kefctgtered and Ordlnarj t na.ni oi\ the 8lh of September. 1850. Reds Will Be Pusheii Hack To Former Line TRUMAN SAYS WASHINGTON. Sept 7 iTeaaVnt '. ruman saui tinlay d .1 North Km. isi pushed back beinre the end of this weefc to the line they Ii. Id It dayg ago At his weekly Press Conference. Tluman aekntiwledged that certain points had been "crashed"' fjgguj t!ic American front line In th.past ten days but Commun. %  : forces would be pushed back to thenformer ground before UN week was over, he declared The President was ask.si ct'iiune.it on the present poattuin in Korean lighting between Communists nd United Nations forces in The southern tip of the penm sula "I am no dek strategist". the President replied He said that he left such matte. % to the military, and that he received daily reports from General Omar Bradley, one of the Uhildd States Joint Chief* of stall on the Korean position. After tn • refusing CO coniinetd OB Ihe IK.-IUetL ihe President id tlul there l'ange in Ul ne.t Nations front line m Kor-j %  I When i ortcsponde i' I p-untef Titinuoui i:ew>pape<-tm es in lecent day* <>f United Nations forces befn,. y u s h e d back, the I : ckiiowUslgcd that certain poioU had bean "crashed", but North Korean Communists were beta* pushed back lo tnetr former positions, he state. I Tills would happen before tho week was over —Reuler SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Economic HaUrnisl PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept 3. Trinidad's new Econonu.II. %  • .nlst. Department of Agriculture. Mr. L Johnson, arrived here ieentlv He Is a irtaduate oi I.eeds nd Cambridge University. Director Of Works ip..m Oar Own taiisspaagsat) IKJRT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 3. Trinidad has been without n Director of Works and Hvdraulics for some time, until Mr. W. L lOsiMiurnc, newly appointed DlrecItrjr, ." i ninpanieil b) hiwife airlVgaj troin ihe United Kingdom to ?ike up the ,-"! OFFICIAL NOTICE Of the Cha.ii.asi> Ail ISC _. lalmlng any eetote. right i affecting the property hcrekaaftir 1 h..ets> ting ll.c (i ul before n and .1 rlv 'litmlaoited tthe pn>pert> of the be' esimlnid by DM Ml any Tuesday 0* r.ida> l-Jv,'; a-rlock m the afterlM-m at the Regi.trallon OfBce. Public sag-r snSszj&s s w i.r£a."!a ras'sga Ise aueh persona will be precluded from, the benefits of any be deprived of all claims on or agamst tna said properly PLAIMT1FF: UNOSAY FKCIL ItVKBI'HN OILL DErENDANT VIOLET JtlltNSON: ALL THAT ceitain Jlae •>' pareel ol Und slluale al Sua-mer. HIU i I lie Pilgrim and called "Hutnealead" and all both freehold ond chattel on and being wllh the app.in heradilamenia ami .%  .%  rtlll tied ISth July ISW DBlcd the Una August. ISW IsUnd aforesaid containing by he* or thcieaboub r. Richards but Msdioert but now ol Alfred V (Jreen bill now ol one .iil.il So.-.ii^i. Hill or however else Togviher with the dwelling hou.s ii.l .uigiil.t the bulldliui' and riuom lite said land, creeled and built .lending rnance-t the said dwelling house land batafl "'• %  -—') of ihe defendant land> fon b ft rsw LOST 4% HHAU LOST l Kl-K • Of 110 ul Cluster Snap, bet Culloden Road. "Amalf till, and "Welche.' nder will 1 Broad Street i Da i LIQUOR UCEr.SE NOTICE Th appllcaUon of Francia orrov Htl LlcITT Wailar Z Mustof %  !•> .pasri of the bottom Boor M a two siorea wall building known as "Wst leen" lllgli Slieel. HI. Michael to remowe said Ucense lo a Ihros lea* .:.i-.i ii %  ..-. %  i roof attacticd situate at SSon Hill, at James and to u.e It at such la.l .1.—-wbe.l Dated'thi. Sth day of September I0S0 To : - II Nt/RSE. Fi-i ii.i,.. v.-k-i-ti i" %  Hois srt S|'d JUSIIPH llF-NNETT. i for Applicant N B —Thl. application will be eonUdered at a Ucen-ng Court lo be ha*d en Ihe ISth Sepl.mbe. 1SS0 .1 H *^lMk %  in .t Police Court. District E lloletcrwn iv.ii..Magistn L>l.' WANTED (SIRI, -Reliable r OfTlct. rapabls *m. Apptr in .ind rcferrnrf• d P O Bo. 1ft S— Tn Stop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours I.ADY RECEPTIONIST. For Hots Office Desk work. With knowledge si Trping Apply in writing g.vinn e.i* rience and r. ferertret to Boa SS Co The Advocate I ft 50 %  SHIPPING NOTKt The Au. Schooner JUI-NAR" la e>.i-cled from 1 Lsstls un o* about the ISth September and will lake posar-ng'TS and carso lor SI Lucia. St. Vincent. Grenada. Aruba. Curacao All enquiries from II ARCHER MrKE.N7.IE Dial IM1. ViclorK ST.. I I *' in REAL ESTATE JOHN Ki. Ill 4BON *.ra., r.r.a. t'ormiTly Dl.on A BladM FOR SALE "WINDY HIDGE* SI Jawur* This very allraetlvrly eJlualed modern bungalow has 3 laTfa bedroom* 'all wllh baslnsi verandah. I lounges, dining room. T lolleb There are (wo acfOS, one mder II laid out with lawns Howei-ng .hrtiba etc t>e spoiled L. NCHBURO %  Thl. very alcllve. well-piopnrlioned 3l rev propany net in pl.-a.en; .o'.ila of ll.usu square leet. .Inn. 3 Galleries '1 en.l'iM'dl rge Lounge. Dining Room it.hen on Ameelcarr Plan Thro* laStill .ended WftMENS OAS CbONCIL" Reclpo for HOT TOTATO DOO. lafoes In A few of Si, g ,. • ."' %  3!4 TO YOU %  |e FTUaC lo visitor, at the Showrooms, Bay St Itlcding Ouma, Loooe Teeth a Mouth msan thai you have P Trench Mouth or a bad due*. sat and anay cause Hhsumatism at Trouble BtOp thla dlaeasnow %  nray dlim.rr, Ameian Slops I gums In 31 hours, enda sorr Has Ar-stin ist make your mouth If empty raikag* Oet Amoaan fl Amosan fa* Prerrh '."i DY for otflce wllh some km rnogiaphy and Tvpewriting -tier and In parson L MISCELLANEOUS PU-TI* — Adults and •an SPANISH con' lasae* DAY and NIGHT Applv Clarice Upper Bay Street 0 t.affc-Sn WAMTSD TO RFNT ROOM -Retired Englishman, recenll) arrived, desires room In private home. Permanent U .ati.faciorv Ivtcntirin between Host US* and City preferred Plea M write, giving phone number, Id HOT. CO Alvocat* Advtg Dept I l.-O-ln TODAY'S NEWS FLASH (HiARtTTt LH.IIlfKs THAT N.VrH f Ml 3 • THERMOS FLASKS SI 49 JOHNSON'S cTTAsTONERT and HARimARt: %  F1-OKF.S %  Clui.rh A v. %  ,. Il.r. asjral ag .... I'H.' tl-.iiAin.r.. FOR RENT ISEACH HOU8E" — Si Li rs.ee. available furnished October 'IN CHANCFRY— 811 ends Furnished bungalow I'lllOX SALE TO-DAY DR R C PRatS*. ha. gJvOJI n igen Reliable Ph*i Knight. %  H.oail be sold by Sth Septsmber at 1 p.fti Office Dawk (as aew % %  Chair Cupboard, Small Tables. Magaune Tab 1 Plant Stand all Mab < Steel Trolley with !•• .helves. Appro* 400 .q ft Linoleum a. new'. Knee Hoi* Da-sk and Chair. Primus Stove, Work Rer-h S'.pling Machine. aflrror*. Mais. Olay Wars, Bsii War.' n.. i .. REAL ESTATE AGENT Aaata^aMNM A Sur*ror %  I.ANTAtlONS BUILDING BlSSSIta SroMmMi IVh I All IN.. Ill TRIVIDAD. FARAMABIIIO 1.1 -.1 mil STt %  I Hsaaenger' >gua M,...i..-,,ai S. %  Ufh. : !" E W.I Behaoner Owaera Asaoclition Inc CensigRee. Dial: CM7. Canadian National Steamships CANADIAN tRLMSER IADV NnaoN CANADIAN IIAI.IJ-SilKK IADV KODNTY CANADIAN CHI'ISa* I AI'V NELMIN M Bjg* .'Boas To Mothers who cannot feed their babies c •> IXm'i worry lOnv'smilk can b.prepared to that the youngeM bahr can digest it without trouble. The addition of Rnbnw>n\ Patent' Barley prevents ihe milk forr.img large clots in baby itomachi, making it easy for the delicate digestive organ> tt do their work thoroughly whilst gctiim: them reidv to JLKC .1 heai nt N-ods later in life.That's why wise a*ataM and mothers always use Robinson's I'-ticnt Barlev. ROBINSON'S P*T£NT BARLEY M.n.HIMH M. LATV RODNEY IADY NtlJHlN I -I1Y MOONgY l-M>Y NET AON II Sept Ift Otl II Nov %  Na* I Oct. M OOJ. P Mo* — lb Dec i fined wllh cold storage c GARDINER AUSTIN & CO„ LTD. AseoU. t II I.H.. IIUNSVIIVMIIMI Fi"n. 'i Line SS GASCOGNK" SuUntg lo TKlNIDAD m t!ie ISth. rtcptcnibei. IM0 FAUK $2 IH) I'. W I i tfJl 'v.ASCOGNF. Sailing to Mailiimtiic, tiuadaloupc PLYMOUTH and LE HAVKE on i'ie |llt September. 1950. For further particular*, apply to:— R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agents. |l iff lff When you older from . THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM m deliver by Motor Van r of Broad and Tudor Streets. WANTED TO RENT EUROPEAN WANTS TO KENT HIG MANSION ON THE BEACH SUITABLE FOB GUEST HOUSE Write "Seaside", P.OB Co Atlvoe .:'.'.:',:•.•,::'>',::;: %  %  .;','.',',•*'*'*' %  '•'•'''•' %  'H I LOW EUM A RUBBER FIXX.R COVERING In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ;i FEET WIDE t3M Yd. SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM. PASSAGE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc. CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. I\OTI€E IN Establishes S 1800 i. HERBERT Ltd. 10 at 11 Roebuck Street. Incorporated 1920 As the Manufaelurers have derided that repairs to ooa al our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Companyhas In consequence had to put this Generating Set (9M IW.) oat C rommlsalon and. owing so the reduction of standby Plant now available aa a result, may And It nerrosary to shed losd at interal. daring the neat few montha Our Consumers are asked to eo-eperate by eserelslng the utmost economy In the use of Electricity, particularly daring the reak period between 8.30 and B.30 p.m. until further netwe. 29th June. IIS*. %  >V-V.W,./,V/','/AV,'///-/,',' V. SMITH. General Manager. BARGAIN SALE AT THf VARIETY SANDAL SIIOPPE CENTKK BROAD STREET I lH 10 IIAIS ONLY III ininii;: I Klli.M isl Saptembrr To MONDAV Ilth incluiive We are nfferiiiK mn*l Valuable Seleelion of Gooda al Smaahiiig Price. CsOM one and all and aee these Bar.ain. fur yuunelf Here are a few item, mentioned I— TELEPHONE SERVICE SHOES FOR LADIES In New Buck and Suede All colours, and slses I ..mini i *7 H Now gi.nu at $3 St LOCAL MADE SHOES in Patent and While Formerly 17 M Now going at 5 9S LA1TEII AM> sinus with 1 e. It.urs ..nd ST. LAWRENCE EXCHANGE Ti'lephono Strvicc is now .ivinlable in th* -St Lawrence Exchange Cable Aren cxcipl in u few dislncis where Ihe installation ot cables o( larger capacity has not been quite completed. Applications for service ihfMH b> nt:i'i. Mrl) M that adequate provision can be made. BRIDGETOWN EXCHANGE In order lo provide extra tcleplionc numbtn an exiei.s'on is being made |o tliLs exchange cqitipmi'til. ihe work is proceeding and should be completed by the md of November. While providing the necessary exchange plant the outside plant, cables etc is also being extended. ST JAMES EXCHANGE The St. James Exchange building is being erected, the equipment for which is scheduled fur delivery early next year. Plans have been made tot the InttaJ lation immediately it is received. IIAIHIH i in HI Heels slses Reduced from SH 50 to $3.95. LEATHER HANDALK In Patent, While, Brown Guaranteed Workmanship. Formerly ft •#. Now going at S3 23 LEATHER SLIPPERS in Blue. Green, and Brown New going al 32 ^^ per p' CANVAS SHOES wllh Ruckles All colours and slsos New going at tl 41 per pair IELT AND STRAW HATS. real bargains Now gnlne at II H JAMAICA STRAW HATS. only 72 cents each PANAMA HATS Large brims. 31 30 each < hlldren's 91 Ot JAMAICA FANCY HAND BAGS, with lens and abort straps, reduced from 35 00 to 32 M. PLASTIC HANDBAGS in White only, formerly 33.8.* Now going at 12 93 RAYON STOCKINGS with Nylon. Nice quality. Only 72 oenla per pair ELASTIC In white only 12 yards for 36 cents. GENTS LEATHER SANDALS In brown and white All sises Formerly 35 SO Now going al $4 00 FELT AND STRAW HATS. reduced from 13 N lo *'* 00 BATHING TKINhs Now going at half prlre f.IRLS' SHOES, formerly 34 31 Now going at 13.30 per pair LEATHER SANDALA in all colour*, and slsea Now golnr at 32 40 per pale. COTTON ANKLETS Plain and coloured borders. All slses Oidy 1 per pair. HANDHAC.S in blark only .t.U. long strapsv. formerly JI.92 Now going at $1 50 each KtBBEK SHOES clearing out a| tlper pair. BUYS' -.HOIS AND SANDALS Now going at resvsonabte Prices BOYS' ', SOCKS fur mrrh 93 cents Now gating al 80 cento per pair (APS—a bag-gala. Now going at I/each. PLASTIC BELTS at IVeach Rt'BBEK SHOES—all sites. Clearing out at 30 rents per I ####-; n i II it i no*, II 11 I'IIOM 1 . &f ## Ill I I Ml 11 II Hurry Hurry to Ihe VARIETY SANDAL SHOPPK Centre Broad Street



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i'v.i rovit BARBADOS ADVOCATE KKIKA* M I'll MHrK . 195(1 f. ** rii m ,, u. A* R\RRU)OSiBAOVDf*rE 1——.1 111 !>.• % %  %  <•' I nil.,. ~, |,l, nil,, i I'l." BOYS" I'LI'B THK^uctv^-.i the Bay Slre I I'. has been M -eat thai it has lO00Ur*fed Colonel Michelin to -rtU-mpi lhe formation of other clubs in Other areu.s. A MhMM i* on foot for one such club in Pinfold Street and the other in Speighlstown. In both cases buildings have been acquired and will BOOH be fitted up f<-r club purposes. The Bu\ Street Club has been cat) i.n. to boys whn anreiillv in need ..t n tional facilities and some place where they can enjoy healthy entertainment. This object has been achieved and the membership roll is full. At all hours of the day and during the early hours of tin < %  • boys have made use of the facilities of the club; and it is noticeable and satisfying that the number of lads playing on lh< (I has been i educed. With the formation of two oth r clubg there will be more room for boys of various districts and there will be a corresponding demand for public assistance. IT* this connection the general public have responded well and those who have not been able to give personal attendance at the club h.r.>given financial assistance. The formation of. a committee, as was announced yesterday, will give wider scope to the direction of the clubs and bring varied interests to bear on the proposed programmes which are offered. It has now become possible not merely to give the lads attending opportunity to play games but a Physical Culture class will give them lhe opportunity to build healthy bodies. In addition to this there is a scheme for gardening. The club provides a fund for purchasing seed and boys of different patrols or sets will Irresponsible for the flowers or the \ I bles grown. The money from the sale of these will be handed to the boys, less lhe cost of the seed; and it is hoped to be able to raise a competition between the various sets. The need now is for more books and other literature and the service of than who will give "readings" and conduct other literary sessions in the evening. Heartened by the public response and the progress made in the short existence of the club, the Committee are anxious to launch a similar club for girls or a Mixed Club. But the going must be slow and the ground well prepared before this ambitious scheme is begun. Welfare and Probation Officers havu joined the Committee and it only now remains for the public to maintain that interest in a project which has come none too soon to remove what was a growing social blot on the community. Youth Clubs bring to the young certain associations and afford children opportunities which will prevent them from becoming unwanted members of society and to enable them to contribute tomething to community life. They deserve a great measure of public support and encouragement. It May Be Later Than We Think it g. %  MVl'HUW. MJE.LC. In the ADVOCATE of September 1st. a loiter from a correspondent about the Public Utilities Act. contained what teems like a challenge to anyone who can explain how the Act will benefit lhe community. 10 this article will attempt to do that |o the best of my ability, articles I described os "very re.-tr.nned" in tone. If lhe. wen tMbQi b> i unlike exaggeration an I i that f'> ( rnt of Inaccuracy, and for lack of more definite information was obliged to base some of .it wast partly on sur. what technicii) knowledge .mil •Kpsrlanco I bsws. When I first threw mv hat BSD nj last February. It was because I had formed %  very strong Impression that some things were definitely not as they •mould be. in connection with the -'•-iiHii. supply In this Island, and the more I looked into the matter, the stronger this Impression became. Statements made by | Company officials appeared to %  place blame for their troubles on the war, the Government. and the maker* of drfeetive engines, whereas it seemed to me that i I good deal of it might fairly be attributed to short-sighted policies followed by the Company for CM roan before the war began. I began by suggesting thai ther> -hould be iin independent and imi irtial enquiry into the whole BjUOrtJoa. to ascertain the facts bevond dispute, but the Government hotly decided otherwise, tiocause It ha* certain knowledge of things lhat I could mly guess at. from the fact* ivailablt lo me. I know very little about the Can Company and not much about the Telephone Company, hut I feel I have accumulated enough facts about the E'ectric Company lo make a very strong case for having some responsible authority tn Barbados to represent the general public in forming policies and making decisions In future, instead of leaving ourselves in the hands of a Hoard of Directors in England. i i %  t two month! nako this even more necessary. We now have to face the fad that new machinery will he hard%  r to obtain and probably mor>* %  ostly. and the outlook Is for further increase in Inflation a'l OUfld There may be little prospect of any reduction in rates for end WO shall be fortunate if '.hey do not go up in the ear future. I feel strongly that SIRENS T8QU8ANDB of people an Bridgetown heard the sirvn at noon yesterday. In less than fifteen seconds thousands of people would have been alerted had there been a hurricane coming and would have taken steps to arouse other* who did not beer tha hurricane siren, it i* vary anportnnt lo remember that the use of the sirens are not intended to replace, only to supplement existing methods of communicating warnings of huiru-anM. The important advantage t., ba gained from a Mien is the instantaneous notification it make* to thousands of people who come within its range. Yesterday's siren which was operated from Coleridge Slieet U) Bl tdf % %  •" 0 MrSS ne.ii.i Bg '11 afield as Black Hock, Savnnr.nh and Frrilstnu Training College. That is a wide range over built-up areas, olthough it Is by no means comprehensive of Bridgetown and all Its suburbs. It is already obvious tbat a greater n sirens will be necessary and perhaps more powerful sirens oan ba obtained .it BM Nona time. Yesterday's test was suitlcivni encouragement tu anirani (Urthti exparunaola an U not merely with advisory iowe*0, which would be practically uaaless in my % %  pinion, exception Is taken to the extent of the powtH provided in tho Act, but most of these have been on the Statute Book for ovei 40 years already, as they are en.bodied in the Act* of 1899 and 1907. though they have never been used Incidentally, these Arts are l>n*ed on standard British practice of the time, and have no connection with Canada or the Royal Canadian Mounted Police I have sometimes wondered why the power* embodied In these older Acts have not been Invoked •I leant to the extent of Investigating the affairs of the Electric Company i.. i-wil fOBf* On** reason may be the essential difficulty that exists for members of the Administration called upon to try to cope wilh highly technical matters, of which they can hav • on > slight knowledge at the best. That in Itself is another strong argument for sotting up %  properlv constituted body that includes qualified technical personnel, nnd has the power to engage the services of others if needed An incidental but important benefit would be a marked improvement in relations between the Companies and the public, which can only be brought about by the publie filing convinced that it is having a fair deal and not being exploited lot the shareholders' profit. It Is a most Important function of the Board lo hpld the scales fairlv between lhe shareholderand the general public. In the operation of these public utilities it is vitally importaii'. to plan ahead for several years. in order to provide for the natural growth of the system with increasing demaml fir its services I think there is evktance that tin bUH not been done ver> well in Barbados in the past and it will ba another lunctn Bond to take part in formulating plans for future expansion, an lhe proper engineering nnd nnan emu there./ It may not be eaay to tlnd BtOI of the right calibre who are abl and MIIIIIK to serve as member' of Iha Board The ideal lypi would be rnen of mature age anM'f the most critical wars In III history Wa had committed a considerable (but still secret) percentage of our entire available .night aganutt an enemy which we were at llrst prone to laugh at, and he had rolled us back to a distressed beachhead. We had. in remote battles in Korean towns, lost as much or More material as the Invasion of Normandy cost us in u war which Involved countless more men. Our tanks no longer could hope to ci mpata with the Russian tanks; cur mortkr and howltgur fit* took •••conrt place U> mat of the enemj and hi miUtratlon* and anctreJetnenfei were cleanly superior. Wo had had the hell kicked out of us and. worse, we knew it The dirty, /I'-couruged Americans and lhe South Koreans who %  lade their ilnal stand along i*c and made H itlck In Uufi.ee of both torrential nnd subtle Ha* k. telt thai .bey could no longer hold lhe leaky nerimeter if either ol those two events recurred 1. The entrance of Chinese Red armies into the Held 2. A massive enemy bombing cl Pusan. the poiV through which damiaa fed To these great fears — which %  till have not completely disappeared — weie added gnawing doubts II was felt thai Russia, (.ozlly in the position of being batl itnUnU" incidents in parlumi hall %  doaon sectors ,f the world, might do so ajid By Boh O :Jinr destroy all our hopes of ^.Irength cnlng the Kor-an beachhead. It was feared by the front line soldier, too. Wvc'. loo many politico* Voo far from the reality of the war, were popping off alarmtr.gly. For perhaps the first time In our history none of our light. ing men wanted to hear any loud boasts of what they, as representatives of the biggest and rtcnea nation, could do to any opponent on earth. "Here's a bum want* us to l.ght Russia right now." 1 heard a fellow say in Taegu. while he i.-nd his Stars and Stripes and Wfl can't even beat these Books The whole mood of the Korean war has changed in Uu> past two weeks. Our muscles ore beginning rti bulge within the confines of the tight perimeter. We have, a solid line, at last, where two wocks ai!.. it M Mttid only gfl the war maps In the newspapjars which failed to show gaps as wide as a mile between units The "merchandise" is arriving end being Acked against lhe dav we begin to move And, best of ; 11. there are for the first time tn the two months of the war %  uAetant reserves and the men v. no have livexi through ;he lighting to date have beeonir paat Piasters of a kind of warfare unlike any this country has ever teen called upon to Aunt Our planes, superior from the start, have broken the enemy s bridges, chewed up his tra^spoiv and made it necessary lor him to live on lhe parched land His ribs arc beginning to show and more and more he must be driven intu battle — or suffer the brutal conseqt' He'l attack again and again, hut the feeling rises in Korea that by mis he will create only higher mounds of his dead — now rjit. teg along the Naktong and Hllyig the air of the dismal land wiUi its most suffocating of smells He'll attack because lo refuse i ath and. if he live* through tlM attack, it means he will eat what we drop. ID time we'll move. Unless he gets help In a vivid way. such as from Red China or Redder RusHa, he'll have to begin the tortuous and treacherous with.drawal Hduch — in all probabiUt — will continue into ihe bitter North Korean winter. By Christmas ho should bo able (0 believe the leaflets which hive been diopping on him by th) million;: that he. a PHiahh puppet, is now confronted by hosts from perhaps >Vo doze I lilted Nations. By that tim e he \.i!l htm heard new and angry I ones m the guns arrayed against him — tones made by British. Australlnn. French. New Zealand. Siamese. Pakistan. Brazilian. South African and other guns. For all he knows, by Chris.ma.' he might be opposed in the north by Russian jnuu — for there is no limn to Soviet treachery or to I'l ability to confuse and bewilder lhe world. It would |e. an unsuccessful puppet go down the drum without u qualm and %  Hy .claim the gratitude o.' the Ii" 1 world"for having pullni the stopper. I.N.S. COMMUNISM—AND THE COLONIAL SIIDEM IIS B. . TilllOlllV LON Nt> ono is IncUnad t< paj mudi to siiideni opinions aboul warM atTaii.^. But in Britain to-day. there is a group >f over four thousand studcius. %*1 worth worrying about They are the students who have travelled b colonies in the West Indies and An -seas to the Molliei Cuuatry, ill search of higher! education. Those youni; men aii.l women now pui-stuni; vutums COUISM "1 'Uuly in British Universities and lhe inns ol Cmiri. are the potential leaders ol the Africa a West Indies that shall be! It is within their power to alter the ox*oting nlji (inship ol loyalty utiii good w ill between Britain and the colonies for good Of UL Whal is happening? Contmuniam confronts these student-. and undoubtedly makes its tppoaj lo many of them. In many of their minds there clearly exists a misconception of the Marxist philosophy. They are apt to regard Commun'sm as the sole panacea for their national aspirations. They see it as the only political system which promises equality and bottei social conditions. Why has this come aboul' Because Britain's Communists have set then. selves the task of capturing the allegiance of the Colonial student. The Communists in Britain take every! opportunity to seek out lhe overseas sludenlj —particularly those students who come with-' lut official assistance. With the subtlety and smug hypocrisy which' has always clouded their real designs, tin Communists make it their business to meei such students on their arrival in BogaUtd The British pocke'-Stalins offer unsolicited help in meeting the undoubted post-war accommodation problem in Britain. They provide accommodation of some kind for the new arrivals. At the same time, Ihey laboui assiduously in influencing the minds of these yOUHg students. By such methods, the Com ii'Uinst.s strive to bias the minds of Colonials cigmnM democracy as a way of living. What Is Britain doing in face of this attack of Communism on Colonial students'. Various bodies are now countcr-atluckinc.the Colonial Office, the British Council and Christian Organisations. In January, this year, the Colonial Office arranged for certain aspects of the welfare of Colonial students to be undertaken by the British Council. At Chelsea, in London, the Ministry c4 Works are now busy transforming the II;i:i; Crescent Hotel (which the Government bought for almost £250,000) to the standard of a University Hall for Colonial students. On completion, this building: will become o notable centre of social intercourse, and will provide accommodation for 200 students. On October I, the Methodist Church in Britain will formally open a Methodist In ternational House at Bays water. I.ondon Both British and Colonial students, totalling aboul 70, will reside in this hostel. Social and cultural activities here wUI include drama, art and music groups. Miss Hilda Porter, the warden, told me the central aim was to have English and Overseas students living together as members of one family. These plans for Colonial students do not always find approval. A remarkable attack was made last weak by Prependary H. J. R. 0lt)OI no, Vicar of St. Saviour's, Chelsea, who described the Hans Crescent Hotel project as "reckless Government expenditure." Km those who live outside Britain, such 01 LUcfcarn may tend to carry much weight, but it bus in fact, no colour bar foundation whatever S\ich criticism has to be looked at in the light of British post-war living conditions and the housing famine. Just the same attitude has led British protests against money being lavished on next ymft Festival of Britain. Why it is asked, should th. money not go to housing? The Communist campaign to attraci Colonial students in Britain is not going unchallenged. Constructive efforts arc being made to ensure that democracy will win in the end. 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Sir,—May I draw to the iittenlti>7i Studv 1 nevei went to College, but 1 think I can expro %  SDH I have about the place where 1 was born snd love Someday I ho|>e to return end many of ihe ImpnwonMDta i its >'Ul lu-re make me think -f m> country and people. sy' I have read In your newspaper where someone spoke about having a Christian Association for UV >ounjt womon. 1 should soy tha* the person who mentioned tha: liad s good thought and I do hop*.' it will come to passnor. Such > btmittftd pla-e Uk Rarbado-. needs impnft'ement; and our glrLneed help and incentive It doe not matter whore you have come from or who you are, we all are one. we must help those who need lielp I have also read where sume To. The Editor. Tna Advocate, one said something about taaaJ good cure of the conductors an i driven.; and paying them betUv wages which I know is necessary Hut it is understood that the (arcs will be raised. 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