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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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N. KOREANS USK ‘SUICIDE
BEHIND SOUTH KORE

Big 3 Discuss | LINES

ATTENTION
| TOKYO, Se ‘
, Sept. 13.
Defence Of | courn KorEAN TROOPS continued their
W. parepe advance north of Yongchon to-day, but except
NEW YORK, Sept. 15

Thursday
September 14
1930



























Big 3 Pleased

With Marshall’
- Appointment
As U.S. Defence Secretary

meee alienated carted

u.s.

SOLDIERS RECEIVING

a

MEDICAL

for the loss of their hill top position by the Ameri-
can First Cavalry, there was only minor patrol

al dees) Soe Peco pe “ot action elsewhere on the entire front.
By SYLVAN MANEGOT. resumed here to-day their dis-| Behind the United Nations lines, however, reports
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. West European. defence three Said that there were several groups of North
BRITISH AND FRENCH delegates to the three high commissioners ¢ tor the} Koreans, each numbering about 250 apparently

Western Powers in Germany and
their German experts were pre-
sent when the Foreign Ministers
egan their meeting.

While the three Foreign
isters met in their suite, several
sub committees were meeting in
ether parts of the luxury Waldorf

power Foreign Ministers talks here have re-
acted favourably to the appointment of General
George Marshall as United States Defence Secre-

attempting to disrupt the Pusan-Taegu road.
The hill top was lost near the northern approaches to
Taegu but an American Staff Officer said: “We are not
concerned over it.”

MacArthur's headquarters estimated that 1,890 Communists
were killed or wounded in the 24 hour period up to mid-

Min-

ough last night they maintained diplomatic silence on
the resignation of Louis Johnson as Defence Secretary,





Astoria Hotel. They were talk- night last night. Some of these casualties were suffered by
privately they are already beginning to assess the likely ng over specifie problems of the bands rounded up behind the lines.
implication of the appointment of General Marshall as his Western European defence system
_ sueceanor. *e It was expected that the reports -—— At several points Communists
. onsi i allo’ as a of these committees would be had advanced up to 4,000 yards
ne ee ee er ae we nee Ee considered by the Foreign Min- into American held territory, but
the immediate necessity of re- WOUNDED AMBRIOAN SOLDIERS receiving medical attention at a first «id station near the Korean _ isters themselves at their after- ew ree ell infiltrating parties were
“ Cretan Lover dpc Snap « fe on in oie battle front.—(Express). noon’ Kesdinn. ae
to obscure his iong en app) a ea, ae eee The Foreign Ministers were
: | Sinton Sion mae real eeking to reach an agreement Government G.l's rouvded up one night
Cost Greece oat Western Europe as a vital to-morrow night on proposals
bastion of the non - Communist

catrol six miles north of Taegu,

Reds Renew |\Council Approves Vote|:

for rebuilding Western Europe's S p I nd American artillery scored
world, defences against the threat of worn n jirect hits on a North Korean gun
£ 0,000 Europe Vital *‘Battle oO Communist aggression These which had penetrated 2,000 yards

| Delegates recall that dur’ g his
long office as Chief of Staff during
the last World War, Marshall
always maintained the importance
of eTor. in Europe — even at
moments when the pressure of
American opinion was strongest
for concentration of an all - out
effort in the Pacific theatre of war.

More than once he came into

proposals will come up on Friday ATHENS, Sepi. 13
Reuter The new three party Greek
Coalition Geverniment having set
R dsN. tR d tled overnight differences was
e Oo ea y The Coal'tion expects to receive
= bout 180 votes cut of a total of
or ormosa 250 when it meets Parliament

sworn in today
tomorrow
HONGKONG Sept. 13.

behind the United Nations forward
positions.

Secret Operations

A spokesman said that cland-
estine operations by small groups
seemed to bear out the report by
captured Communists yesterday

ATHENS, Sept.

Constantin Ketaloghiansia,
charged with armed revolt for his
run-away marriage with 18-year-
old Cretan girl Tassoula Petra-
koghiors, today protested against
a trial in Heraklion, Crete, where
his armed flight to the mountains
alimost touched off a civil war.

Constantin was moved ‘from the

and succeeding days

The Reteee* Of $20,000 For Antigua

IN BERLIN
BERLIN, Sept. 13.

Soviet officials in East Germany
to-day re-opened the two-year-



A MEETING of the Legislative Council on two successive
days of any week is unusual. It happened this week. The
Courcil met on Tuesday amd again yesterday; yesterday's
meeting being for the purpose of approving a Resolution
for $20,000 voted to help relieve hurricane distress in
Antigua.










































































;2 U. Ss, Boats Missing “The late John Wesley of rever- Out Of Bed

tions —Reuter. Mrs. Linton sistance, As a result, the left

wuved flags of the United States|

T ‘ . that every battalion in the North
. ~ oa : The new Government is under 2. ;

Hi : old “Battle of Barges” betweer.} ——— nace soconla ele This Resolution was passed by Chinese Communist troop move- Ad Korean First Division had been

police station to the Athens prison | conflict with General Douglas br ae ks pe ‘age . ‘hina | (he outgoing Prime Minister and = se nae
this morning under a writ ne MacArthur on the question of the East end West occupying Adv t Hu the ” re e As bly on Tue: a Te seam Souths China the Liberal Leader Sophocles|0"dered to send suicide squads
in, Heraklion, charging him with| priority in allocating American | POWérs. Russian controllers on tne ocate Hurricane day ate: @ AE GETS OF CODE. be nine ten and others to the} venezelos. It also has Constantin | behind the American lines to shoot
rmed revolt’ and illegally carry-|strength to one or other theatres |Elbe at Wittenberg inside the . The Couneil took just ten min-}Indochina border— are held bY} icaidaris (Populict) and George|™P posts and try to take Taegu.
‘Sets, ee RES Soviet zone to-day halted 20 Relief Fund \utes to concur in it. some observers here to indicate Papandreou (Social Democrat) rt at ried) on

His lawyer at once appealed to} It is divined he will bring his |barges from Berlin bound for Hon'ble H. A. Quke, a staunch | that the Communist invasion off with both former Prime Ministers! 11,4 cotire 125 mile United Natione
the public prosecutor declaring| experience as Secretary of State | Hamburg with metal, Scrap metal For Antigua jMpwodist, quoteds John Wesley Formosa has probably been shelv-). péputy Premiers without port- | tne entire Tab-mile Lint i
that if he were tried before Herak- | to becr on all the defence deci- }!8 becoming increasingly valuable £ in seconding the motion for con- |¢d for the time being. The Chinese | ¢,)\o front wag-in the First Cavalry
lion Tpesaesrntes the ‘defendants’ | cions he will now be called on ‘o |? the economy of West Europe Previously dediowsededd,0,0el' 60 currence in the Resolution. Third Field Army troops regard- Division sector Northwest of
lives might be endangered.” They |\.)) |. y.. ion |AUe to a threatened world fanudin Meek This motion was made by {ed as the spearhead of the pro-] Rightwing Fopu isi Deputies} Taegu. Communists drove Ameri-

§ ange: €Y | take in balancing the allocation ’ Canadian Bank of ‘ : - I a l
were acting under pressure from Tate ies in ell areas shortage. Barges were being held Commerce Hon'ble E. J. Petrie, Acting Colo- | jected invasion of Formosa have] ‘otal 64, L beral and near Litera [can troops off three separate hi
Cretan public opinion, he alleged. x on aie forces’ in- ei, areapaas Wittenberg pending scrutiny fer a ee Oy % 00 nial Secretary who said it was an ‘moved from the Fukien Coast to] deputies 64, and Social Democraty| positions between Taegu and
It was disclosed here that the|® ee ee : itt ‘ of their crew lists by Russian anise 10 00 | Jestablished practice in the West Jco-operate with Ho Chi Minh’s| 24 .The new combination will have} Waegwan 15 miles to the North»
chase by Greek troops into the Marshall, whose mission _ aa controllers, a Berlin spokesman ; — Indies for islands to render assist- | Vietnam forces along the Indo-|the support of all Rightwiny|west, but the United Nations
Cretan mountains undertaken at | China left him with very decided [for the British Military Govern-|| Barclays Bank (D.C.&0.) ance to each other following | China border according to Chinese | Deputies counter - attack recaptured one
ie sop of the girl’s father, a} views on the causes # the Leen ment said this afternoon, Ltd. : 5000 ||droughts, hurricane or similar}reports reaching here from Can- —Revter. | strategic point.

State £50,000. ee of the Nationalist eslme "under British authorities in Berlin Hout "Gay Distiller 2 Vibe nenatios betore the Coun- rene troops have not been re United | Nations forces striking
Lid. : 50 00 - ave not been re- ;
= Newer |i vecrprovate pacar ting [Wit ne “Gowitreprevetatge|| vif ion, |S) RAR, one coneepiens flac ny arent, A Pel up ihe Rag. Coat Hare reutet
st ‘ ; Te elding 80 06! ove: e@} Army under the command of us

B. Hondu ete in London and: re ne in the quidripartite ore inet) or. & Mrs. C.C. George 2000 | {great destruction caused by the |General Chen Yi has been con- oney un a yore a Pohadie i icin ge
; h British and French circles. out anpriwealittoanaed ise we Coptaeven by Mrs. Eudora rooms ae, io mage eas tar saitions “her " t Clenmuniaee announced — that
Disgusted W General Marshall’s appointment } shall then reconsider our atti- er eee ‘Gn al cir Abies! El 2 9 F United Nations forces yesterday
; ' : : Ch. Ch, neil would: wish to] ar i re ra eC . , oe .
on nn ut is another step in the direction of Jude”, a British official declared; | A Friend 2 00 ae -, Neggr meen wets wi ee aha a or ects or ontinued to establish a strong
recent American policy—as inter- | to-day A Friend 4! 2 the. province on the Indochina e iefence line between Pohang and
h Rule d by latest public statements ; || Eudora Bentham 5 00 the Government and people of|porder. The same reports said tt 7 4 aaa ae
preted by latest p Th ti the > Russianal A Friend 1 00 Antigua. that more units of the Genera\ ommi ee Yongehon clearing the area ©

(From Our Own Correspondent) of President Truman and Secre- @:. Inst. time . eee Mrs. G. Jame 290 fo tok Weak Ge feet ‘ mmunist remnants

BELIZE, Sept. 13 tary of State Dean Acheson, to [clamped down on the barge traffic! V. Ashby 1 00 To the Most Needy Lin Piao s Fourth Field Army are ‘ : :

On the afternoon of the 12th| seek some solution to eventual }through Berlin, the British re- | qa oy pene 1 og! Mr. Cuke said he had much | being withdrawn from South The repre See oh Yue 13) On the right flank of the East
September; boos drowned the| establishment of relations between | taliated by halting vesse! going B. Williams a pieasure in seconding the motion, {China and Manchuria, —Reuter wns Hanked. toa tb heal oe Coast front, American and South
address of loyalty by the Mayor! Western powers with Communist Jinto the Soviet sector. Mire. G, Craadan 1 00 "| He, too, said the rendering of help ee eT in place of the] corean troops restored the line
of Belize to the King via the Gov- | China. After two weeks’ delay while! *: ¥. 2 50 in such cases was an established i vakia. when. the. Laterpational|fve miles Southwest of Pohang.
ernor of British Honduras at the} —Reuter. barges piled up in East and West! © fiona Mute 100 }practice in the West Indies, neither auw rts Mo.ctury Fund elected nine mem-|On the left flank, South Korean
postponed National Day celebra-| sectors, the Berlm waterways on| Res 4 = jisland) ss knowing when its turn ners of its 14«member Executive|units advanced from one to five
tions. The majority of the audi-| both sides relaxed their restri ad - C Denney 1 9 would come to need aid, Board. miles against light Communist re-
erce sang “God Bless America’, 7 ’ F nok eee 3

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A Friend ed memory.” said Mr. Cuke, poe only other change was the | qank line now extends in force 12
and Latin Republics and the flag TOKYO, Sept. 13. Haseant Gafoor ae “told his missionaries, ‘go not to} LUTON, Bedfordshire, Sept. ¢ ction of a representative from miles East of Yongehon.
of the original settlers, signifying] Two United States army boats e yee _ 1 oo thoce who need you, but to those| George Bernard Shaw a a ;: enezue 4 + Py ace Lad on re ersanes
disgust with British rule, with 28 men aboard are m ssing e Cc. PLR. 2%; |who need you most,” The people | of bed in hospital here to-day less 2 #4; {9 : eee 1e oa han In the air, cloudy weather lim-
The Governor warned them of| on a voyage from Kobe, Japan : D. Prescott 24 of Antigua will accept the sym- | than two days after his operation | COUNt!es represented on the Exe-| ited United Nations activity yes—
yag Ss Os Stanchar 1 00 eutl Board for the coming year :
the Emergency Act, forbidding} to Okinawa the Japanese Kyodo Pp } Seater) 1 00 pathy of the people of this island, | for a broken thigh bone. mene ee oe a Tee ierday to 500 sorties of which
meetings and political demonstra-| News Agency reported today. Mr. Niles 18 They have been suffering a num- The 94-year-old playwright was = rules Seton: rae eth nearly balf were flown in close
tions, enforceable soon if opposi~ Japanese patrol boats were In 3 Months eeobaie Cou 1 oe ber.of tragic years of continuous}able to stand for a few seconds} jivtds Italy, Austria, Yugoslavia, | SÂ¥eport of ground forces.
tion continues through the} searching for the miss'ng vessels. , The Staff of B'dos Co-op a t. by taking the weight on his sound] Ganada, Exypt, Belgium, Vene.| ‘fhere was generally fair weath-
People’s Committee who demand —Reuter. Bank Ltd : “Their. sugar uction, which |Jeg, doctors reported in a bulle-}/uela, and Brazil : : er over Korea to-day
self determination. The Governor LONDON, Sept. 13. ape eh E. ino like that of Barbados is the tin. ’ Reuter. 3 —Reuter.
criticized insults to the Union The Mercantile Marine of the Hangchell Larsén & Co. item of their omy, chigt Mr. Shaw had a good night and asesnnnniuni
Jack and the refusal of the people World lost 104 steamers and 5 00 the wubiéct ae » has pe his condition this morning is sat- | @O90000%%%G4%94%00%1G000 VOD OVOP POUODPDOOO 0K,
to sing Sod Seve the King, Cod motorhips wtalling bap one |B Ee [|e gubleet Oe” See? iat eet datetery §
n e 8 ; sagt Mane Cid ‘
eae Bare oe mmm we Se WINDOW Seok querter’ the 1840 Llayds Re- Sif of ocean one 12 42 or three five-year periods, and the He is able to move his injured % %
“After fi the official celebrations, gister of Shipping reported today. Mr. & Mrs. W, W. colony is not in a very financial leg freely, the bulletin added. ¥ »
the People’s Committee held a tol combined Bhappeee ahd Police These included 31 ships Tre nen et fein ¢ be position, an fact 1 ge not think —Keuter. % ‘
ea See res een ee ere Britain and Ireland totalling 84,210 Lady M. R. Lucle-Smitt 5 00 ‘hat the Government has any re- Q
short meeting, attended by 6,000. against a team from the H.M.S. “pend vere rere yen . # ” , y %,
asningt 4 teams Srorn, the Be. Ti esoss toms. Robert Thom. Ltd. 100 00 |! serves at all. Assam uake § >
‘ o'clock this evening. Norway lost 8 ships totalling oer ge eite won meant 10 00 ¢
There will also be two. other 7,576 gross tons through casualty Wire Mieke ote , 7 %
PATIENCE matches. One between Bonitas s. MacAdam 2 1! Kino Frederick Ask Wrecks Church x
and Barracudas and the other be- of stress of weather, Denmark 7 Mrs. Winifred Yearwood 5 00 Ihg rederic SKS 7} . &
tween Flying Fish and Swordfish. (3,448 tons), Spain 6 (5,427 tons), Mrs, C. E. Gooding 7 00 i A Pe
« et 9 GARH, Assam, Sept 13 > s}
PONTEFRACT, Eng. The last mentioned game should the United ‘States 6 (1,181 tons) TOTAL ‘ i i DIBRUGARH, ’ b j 2
Harry Breach has tried and De Nee nieah nde tetinra ts tees and Central and South America 4 — For Majority Gov't An earthquake shock stronger % x
failed sevem times to pass his honours from Snappers, who are (12,052 tons). COPENHAGEN, Sept. 13. than that which rocked 1 per >
driving test. Police have disqual- OF eae atoan the GMC eaateoe Sailing ships and barques of all King Frederick, of Denmark| Assam a month ago ‘ was fe ‘
fied him from further attempts for will play a cricket match against | |Nationalities were reduced by five! 46 DRUG SMUGCLERS | 'oday asked the Danish Socialisi| here this afternoon, preceded by %
five years. Breach said he wil!l an Island on at Combermere totalling 3,876 tons. Heuté ARRESTED Party Leader Hans Hedtoft to} vannon like booming The x
wait. He is 83 years old. wee etter. try and form a majority Goy-| Shock lasted 90 seconds—two and %
—LN.S. ALEXANDRIA, Sept 13, ernment. The Social sts with 59} a half minutes less than the x
Egyptian coastguards at Kan-| seats emerged as the largest} “Indian Independence Day ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED $
tara arrested 15 drug smugglers| single party in the 151 seat Lower| earthquake on August 15 1 %
North African Colonies after a three-hour gun battle last| House after the General Elec- While no casualties so far have $
nght it was officially announced | tions’on September 5. been reported, a church ‘which Established 1821
here to-day. The Elections were caused by| was slightly damaged in the ablishe
Re ject as Rule Kantara is on the Suez Canal] the resignatior on August 9 of| earlier quake toppled like a pack
between Port Said and aoe Hedtoft’s Minonty — carr cards, veh a ea wert :
—Reuter. ernment. --Reuter. also wrecked. —Reuter i uae 4
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. CLASSES OF BUSINESS 3
Peet ere eg a ” 7 Ce — * ih eo + 7 nm 7 >
THE PROTEST supported by the Sultan of Morocco and TRANSACTED INCLUDE— %
5
Bey of Tunis against the exercise of French authority over é.0 o bs
Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco has been addressed to the Bri tish Di Dis ions FIRE
Western Big Three Foreign Ministers now meetirg her-> 7 ee
Se es” Siins ack ame obogeet “05 tec ‘ CONSEQUENTIAL FIRE LOSS
eluding Algeria in the strategic hn Be (Including Loss of Profits)
JN. Rockets ramework of the Nor.h Atlantic
{ Pact. | ‘Here is a Scotland Yard
k The statement was set forth in announcement .. .” i. ‘ ' PERSONAL ACCIDENT
a letter sent to the United States ; ‘ ‘ t A He eas 4
SplitRedTanks|: "0.0 se" saesses: Defence Minister Assures House | EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY
by El Abed Bouhafa, Secretary of Es |
TOKYO, Sept. 13 the eae: vere ot LONDON Sept 13 There was no security for those (Hugh Gaitskell, Minister for PUBLIC LIABILITY
U.N. fighters, firing a new |North Africa” on alf o Q - a Jritish division Who lived between the Elbe and Economic Affairs, stressed th
“rocket shower”, make North|«©) Krim, President of the Com- ongue, ‘Yes iion Pi sicieee: Sioeent the Rhine, and the Atlantic coast importance of American aid in BURGLARY
Korean tanks “first jump up and | mittee, the Sultan of Morocco and | : Attlee yesterday said would be 2"d those in Britain. Britain’s rearmament programme
Re SS der br gto te par of Tums. Torn Out stationed ts Germany will be ready This would-be “security” was as this depended on machine tools CASH INTRANSIT
ete caeral Marie E aterlas. The spokesman said certain ‘soon as well as two extra strate- & Shallow mockery Sie Oeier, eeonge coraing: fromm the . ISKS e
American 5th Air Ferce Com- geno em adage ie ee TRIESTE, Sept. 13. | #¢_ divisions in Britain. X Dare Not Refuse vats oT. ' ld ALL R
firin P " » se “e ini g »} * sserti hat Britai jare 1e Te 1 government would}
Saeens cae vlercing toaets dae States if the United Nations Gen- Doctors in the Yugoslav Zone a et Gin eee deat refuse aid ae he ieee have to ask the United States for | } x BAGGAGE AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
ultaneously were destroying tanks eral Assembly debated Spain of Trieste were to-day fighting hee this ‘to-day when the three find it in meeting this situation, 80™e priority in this matter. The 1%
completely. It was said he would accept The |to save the life of a Yugoslav] a defence ddeake was resumed, MacMillan said: In the interests Government would not hesitate to| $
re itement said Morocco, Tunisia, | officer found by peasants near the} “* . - ef Germany and Europe we must requisition materia’ exported to} : eee : ss Ee
Formerly, fighters made a series | and Algeria would “use all means [Isola district yesterday, clinging to] Harold MacMillan, one of the find a method by wh’ch great Russia and other eastern Eurc 1% PROSPECTUSES RELATING TO ANY OF THE ABOV! R
of strafing runs firing one or two|at their dispos#! to rid themselves | the edge of a precipice with his] Conservative “Shadow Cabinet” population and great resources pean countries if they were neede 1% CLASSES OF BUSINESS MAY BE OBTAINED UPON
rockets each time, A new tec h-jof French colonial rule with a jeyes and tongue torn out who had raised the point Said this can be put into a common pool for Britain's own defence or that| % APPLICATION TO LOCAL AGENTS—
nique oot hitting areas Bet view to achieving their inalienable ¢ Police were waiting by his bed-|was “very satisfactory” without endangering the liberties of her allic But it was useless | 3
voys roving up to the front bY/right for freedom and indepenu- ‘side hoping that he wouk’ re- Accusing the Government of .of Germans and ourselves by the for Brtain to follow policies of} R ‘ r
night was also disclosed i ence.” cover sufficiently to indicate his!“shuffling and procrastinating” in revival of German mi étarism” this kind $s Ss, P. MUS SON SON & cO., L rp. >
When a convoy is sighted the Alleged “secret” French pro-jattackers and their motive lits German policy, MacMitlan He pressed for a Europear There was no point in Brit Ik x
a a 1 alia San is to Foye f slaw ¢ rities w * nid n , 2 . . z dowr e xport pr
lead . i flares ; |posals te include North Afri Yugoslav authorities would notj said army demanded by his leader cutting d n her exp * 1 %
shes ets See the ueher ari ean air and sea bases in the North | disclose the name of the injured “It seems somewhat paradoxical He said he understood that the gramme, breaking contract ¢ Broad Street >
a - ¥ es~ | ¢ e , } + : gnc } -_. ; ‘ hat armf “minat a 1 ‘ i « , bh! s
¥ 1 20 1 Hes Atlar itegic planning were ,man but it was believed that he!that armies of occupation should raising of the pol'c ce forces in imposing eco slo tS : ¥
ye cane bi Are? unioan fre i as “flagrant violation {came f the Yugoslay Garrison|be transformed into armies of pro- Western Germany , agreed in and riskir l of tal s P O. Box 227 Telephone 4465 %
bs ore eee f sovereis ghts.” fat Porto Rose ast ‘ t' tecti tout contribution principle by the Government and ‘f orde : x
a —Reuter —Reuter Tr n te —Reuter by enemi : would be put in hand —Reuter GPSS SLL SGPC POOL FEEL EE PPPS SS Vee





PAGE TWO



R. A. W. ROBER’., Principal

Aftended Son’s Wedding

of Erdiston College left ves- . }. CUD he a
terday afternoon on the S.S. Gol- = . oe eee ore
ee Eaaland here he will returned from Trinidad’ on the
spend ” d@# half months Golfito yesterday after attending
holiday. i ie ‘ the wedding of her son Dr. Teddy
He told a this ig “his ‘ummins and Miss Hyacinth Yaw-
first visit to Be toeee he came hing. She was accompanied by
out to Barbadof in February, 1946, her daughter Arlene and son
For U.K. Holiday George

R. A/S. H. GREENLAND, En- Wendell, her youngest son who

vad also attended the wedding is

gineer of the Barbados ‘ele- jue to: arrive to-day by B.W.LA.



phone Co., and one of the originals
ef the Bridgetown Players, was Agricultural Officer
another passenger leaving for
England on the S.S. Golfito yes- —Kenya
terday. He is on four months’ MoM“ and Mrs. A. F. Nichols and
leave and expects to be back in their two daughters left for
January. J England yesterday on the S.S. Gol-
Mr. Gree regrets very fito on their way back to Kenya.
much that | uld not be here fhey had spent 44% months’ holi-
for the bi.ugetown Players ® « Dear sirs, in reply to day here and were staying at
Christmas Show, but he feels sure yours of the 17th prox...” Maxwell.
it would be a success. Son of Rev, and Mrs. J. R.
City Merch Returns London Express Service, pale Be ey ie: Nichols
* : peeognn ‘ is an Agricultura cer in the
Rescsine $ obs homi Spent Summer Vacation Department of Agriculture in
by T.C.A. from da on Sunday In Canada wens
He left here four months ago and R. DAVID MacKENZIE, son of To Join Husband
visited Englana. France, Italy, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. MacKenzie RS. FRANK PR .
Labrador and Iceland of “Dalney,” Maxwell, and a stu- ot ee PROVERBS of
Accompanying him was Johnny dent of the Lodge School, returned Pine Hill was another pas-

D’Opera, a restaurant proprietor of on Sunday by T.C.A. from Canada S€nger leaving on the Golfito yes-

Montreal who is paying his first after spending his summer vaca- terday for England to join her
visit to the island and will be hers tion with his brother Dr. Ronald husband for a holiday.
for two weeks MacKenzie who is attached to the Mr. Proverbs, a merchant of the

Military Hospital in Montreal
Mr. Neil MacKehzie, another
srother who is a Geologist attached

firm of Messrs Harold Proverbs
Co.,,
dom

Mr. D’Opera who is a guest of
Mr. Maffei at Rockley said that if
Barbados was widely advertised in

went up to the United King-

in May for health reasons



Canada, he was sure more Cana- to Trinidad Leaseholds, arrived «nd is greatly improved. They ex-
dians would come down here. last week for a month’s holiday ent to return towards the end of
* before returning to McGill Uni- the year,
Leaving For B.G. versity to take a Post Graduate ir
re Sib bsg = Bettie Course in Geophysics Bank Official On Leave
juiana by LA. is r. . ee
Teddy Jones, Proprietor of the After Three Months Ma" Mrs J. F, Haslett of
Barbados Dairies. He is going to RS. G. D. FROST of Stan- tk Golate ot re yew cote
make final arrangements for the more Lodge. Black Rock, who (or ite anne and, yesterday
bringing of a Chinese Chef for his spent three months in Canada for eae “ead ‘ey it oe children
new restaurant, “The Green Dra- reasons of health, returned on Palliat D Non ; 4 i a
gon” which will be opened shortly Sunday by T.C.A. During her (\ es i ae Bs 4 a Ana im
on the second floor of his business visit, she was staying with her t P die ak as eer mas
premises. daughter Mrs, Marjorie Moskaluk, ogre nic official of Barclays
eos : i caffic: Sakina ‘ ank i arclays
On Visit To Parents §— whose husband is traffic reprever, Bank (D.C. & O.), Mr. Haslett was
FYER an absence of three Xeevtreal SnRuS - ilving. in Barbados for nine years
years from the island, Miss — iw ind has not been home since 1945
Angela Challenor, daughter of Mr Transferred ‘ Returning Today

and Mrs. G. L. Challenor of M* GERALD WOOD, popular R. FRE S . TAG
Buckden. St. Joseph, returned on Barbados-Pickwick wicket- t, FREDDIE de FREITAS, a
Sunday by T.C.A. on'a visit to her keeper batsman, left by B.W.LA } hardw are merchant of British
parents. on Tuesday for St. Lucia ruiana, his wife and little daugh-
Miss Challenor is employed in An employee of Messrs Cable ter will be returning home this
Canada as a stenographer with the and Wireless Ltd., he has just been afternoon by B.W.1.A, after spend-

ing two months’ — as guests
at “Accra,” Rockley

transferred to that colony for a

_Short period, —

Children’s Aid Society of London,
Ontario,

BY THE WAY...

By Beachcomber

SUET, ESQ., has suggested..“There’s a dead horse in the of contiiuous rain, The gutters

that the tinned crab wefflibrary. Help me to get it out.” were roaring and swirling with
bought from Russia, who didn’t} $0 the barrister and the man water, and the eaves were splash-
want it, to sell to America, who hauled the dead horse down the ing over into the roadway. The
doesn’t want it and is sending it stairs and into the street. “How olficial, holding an enormous
back to us, who don’t want it, did this happen?” asked the bar~- umbrella in one hand, proceeded
should be sent back to Russia for rister. “There was a dance here to read from a paper which he
despatch, via America, to last night,” ae the man. “Oh,” held in the other. The gist of his

us.
Suet says that if it is sent back
direct to us from America, there

message was that the inhabitants

said the barrister. At that moment
were requested to conserve water

a French sailor leaned from a top

will be no machinery to deal with window of the house and throw during these summer months. To
it, but that if shopkeepers and his hat to the avemant The bar- mock his loud voice a minor
public can be told that it was rister said. “Was this horse his?’” cloudburst set the whole street
sent back through the normal “No,” said the man. “The horse awash.

channels mentioned above, there was dead when it was brought in.’

How did the barrister know that Marginal Note

the man was lying*
One,

will be more chance of keeping
it in the warehouses until it can

be sent to America again before (See Pave Lat V.) figure of nearly 21,000

tT.









BARBADOS. ADVOCATE





oaies PHIPPS ,SEEKS A OB

@ Beauty expert and niece of the Duchess of Gloucester,
Miss Diana Phipps, says: “| want to use my brains.”

Beauty And Brains

‘The Same Old Cream’

LOOKING for a job is Miss
Diana Phipps, 24-year-old niece
ef the’ Duchess of Gloucester, Her
mother Lady Sybil Phipps, is a
sister of the Duchess

Miss Phipps, tall, with large

dark blue eyes,
coiled smoothly

and brown hair
at the back, has
been demonstrating French beauty | year—regardless of whether or not

products at the counter of a West

End store.

“Now I want to find an execu

tive job—-to use my brains as well

as my knowledge
says Miss Phipps.

She started training for this |
months ago,
diploma.
elled from store to
advice on aids to beauty.

of cosmetics,”

|

8 |

went to Paris for her
Since then she has trav-
store, giving ‘ flat.

found Miss
opinions
, man's

“English women
servative
tions.
cream

it

has been a working girl
first job,
cial Service Office,

ganise entertainments for U.S.
troops.
Miss Phipps—‘not engaged and
unattached”—lives in a Chelsea
“T love cooking and sewing,”
he says. —L.ES.

Talking to her

about the
knowledge
are
about
They

on
suits them.”
Since

with the

at the

of
beauty

their faces

year

is’ still here ?”’ * Are you sure

u can find the way ?”* says Mrs.
iw anxiously, ‘* Ooh, yes,’’ cries
Rupert. ‘He lives in, a shack on
top of that headland.”” So he 1s
given permission and scampers
away along the shore until he

reaches the foot of the broken

4tt RIGHTS RESERVED

ne ve Russia, to us , casualties on the roads has After making sand castles alone
ayes The Town-crier of apparently appalled the people fer omntiy an eae an tt gets an
Ca ént-Louis who, hitherto, have always con- idea and goes to find his mother.
Short Detective Story M soled themselves with the reflec- “Tsay, Mummy, do you ae
BARRISTER was waiking HE phrase, “A voice like 2 tion that this is “the price we ype , Now . a ae m
through Belgrave-square at town-crier,” caught my eye. must all pay for progress.” I now bis nord ‘ne. ln” apealn
6 a.m. on an August morning, For [ never hear one without await statistics proving that all Barnacle. May | go and see if he
He saw a man in shirt-sleeves thinking of the Tambourimaire of these accidents were due to the
signalling from a doorway. He Mont-Louis who came shouting criminal supidity and_ selfishness
approached, and the man said, down the street after three days of pedestrians.
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THURSDAY, Sept. 14, 1950 A th 1 Lili gale l

7.00 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News nthurium Lites a ree
Aralysis; 7.15 a.m. The Unbearable Get a few before For full particulars apply to
Bassington; 7.30 a.m. The Piano for they are all sold o>
Pleasure; 7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking: From your Gasworks, Bay St c/o General “Traders Lid.
€.00 a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10 a.m Prices 1/3, 2/6 and 4s. each. 13.9.50—t.£.n.
Programme Parade; 6.48 a.m, Mont- SS
artre Players; $30 a.m. Books {0) Qpesee-ee eS ee sea ee
Read; 845 a.m. The Arts; 9.00 a.m
Close Down; 12.00 (eon) The News; INEMA

ete pak Nees Amie: bs lee | AQUATIC CLUB C (Members Only)
Programme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Listeners’

Choice; 1.00 p.m. Life in Britain; 1.15 TO-NIGHT at 8.30 BLUE”

p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Much “ SO N

Binding in the Marsh; 2.00 p.m, The Warner’ ‘ RHAPSODY 1

News; 2.10 p.m. Home News From MITH, Charles COBURN
Briiain; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 Robert ALDA, Joan LESLIE, Alexis S ou

pm. Ring Up the Curtain; 3.30 p.m e

Twenty Questions; 4.00 p.m. The News; Co ig Priday Wath

4.10 p.m, The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m “WOMEN IN THE NIGHT”

The War of the Worlds; 4.45 p.m with TALA BIRELL Ww HENRY

Melody on Strings; 5.00 p.m. Listeners’ For Adults Onky

Choice; 5.15 p.m, Programme Parade;

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Creatures of Circumstance; 6.45 p.m

Merchant Navy Newsletter; 7.00 p.m MES
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Garbageman Has
DONCASTER, England.
Doncaster has a garbage col-
lector who owns his own automo-
bile and employs a maid.
This was revealed when the

garbageman, Alfred Beli, discov-
ered that he was $2.80 short ia
his weekly pay packet. Without
delay he drove up to the chief;
clerk’s office of the local Health
Department in his own car and
reported the shortage.

He told the cashier that he had
a witness who saw him open the
packet.













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ag RKO Radio's Action Double! Johnny WEISSMULLER
if TARZAN and the AMAZONS and “SEVEN MILES from ALCALTRAZ”
——————————

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“THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON”
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“CHEROKEE STRIP”



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950



SAW DUST | Roman Catholics Have Not
SAVES SOIL 'Sided With Other Christians

CHICAGO.

Millions of acres of America’s
continuously eroding topsoil can be
saved by treating it with a chemi-
= humus made from waste saw-

just.
Dr. Edward Farber of Washing-
ton told the 118th national meet-
ing of the American Chemical
Society in Chicago:

“Loss of top: through erosion
has been watched with great con-
cern. While reforestation is the

long-r remedy, immediate
pcan of replacing the topsoil are
req .

“The of low-grade
cellulosic materials under the

action of acid catalysts and mod-
erate heat offers a way from saw-
dust to soil amendment.”

Farber said that in initial tests
with sawdust fertilizer on eroded
soil, “seeds germinated earlier and
ata er rate, leaves were big-
ger and greener, and the weights
of produce, like radishes. beets,
onions and
greater.”

10 To 40 Tons Per Acre

In these tests, the chemist add-
ed, 10 to 40 tons of converted
treated sawdust were applied per
acre of land.

Conversion of sawdust into a
humus, observed Farber, takes
“place with the addition of small
proportions of mineral acids at
temperatures well above the boil-
ot of water.”

e noted also that waste saw-
dust can, by a different process,
be converted into carbohydrates
and used as feed for livestock.

By carrying the process a step
further, said Farber, sugars can
be extracted from the sawdust. He
noted that sugars thus made have
played an important part in Euro-
pean economy for years and are
just beginning to assume signifi-
cance in the U.S.

tomatoes, were



Propagandists

On Trial In
Hamburg

HAMBURG, Sept. 13.

About 300 people today beseiged
the British Summary Court here
demanding the release of the 22
Communist placard pasters whose
trial began this morning. 200 Ger-
man policemen were rushed to the
court building and after two hours
dispersed the demonstrating
crowd.

Five people including one wo-
man were arrested.

Twenty-two people were on
trial charged with pasting anti-
Allied propaganda placards on
house walls.

After the trial had started at a
later hour because of the demon-
stration in court, it was decided
to refer the case to a German
Court because the accused had not
insulted Allied but West German
Government by their pasting
activities.

bout 100 “Free German Youth”
members this morning assembled
in front of the court room and
sang Communist songs.

Policemen who tried to disperse
them were received with catcalls.
Demonstrators shouted “friendship
will win the day.” “Friendship,” is
a Free Greman Youth salute.

The turmoil broke out when de-
monstrators were later joined by
about 200 people, believed to be
members of a Communist spon-
sored organisation. One police-
man received bruises when he
tried to drive the demonstrators
back and out of the court build-
ing. —Reuter.

PLANE TOOK FIRE:
SEVEN KILLED

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 13.

A crew of three and four other
occupants, all of whom _ were
Brazilian air force personnel, were
burned to death when a _ B.25
aircraft exploded in mid-air and
crashed on fire.

The plane was flying in from
Sao Paulo on a training flight and
was manoeuvring to land in



Galean air base.—Reuter.








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ARCHBISHOP OF. CANTERBURY

THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, Primate of the
Church of England to-day charged the Vatican with failing
to ally itself with other Christian bodies in the cause of

freedom. The Archbishop,

in parts of the world Roman Catholic Authorities “per-
mitted without protest, and even encouraged” the use of
political compulsion in their own favour against other

Christian organisations ;
Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

Seh. Rosarene, Sch. Frances W. Smith,
M.V. Blue Star, Sch, Belqueen, Sch
Leudalpha, Sch. Burma D., Sch. Lucille
M. Smith, Sch. Cyclorama O., Sch.
Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Molly N. Jones,





Sch. Mary E. Caroline, M.V._ Lady
Patricia, S.S. Junecrest, Sch. W. L
Eunicia, Seh. Grenville Lass, Sch.
Phyllis Mark, Sch. Amanda T. and
H.M.S. Sparrow.

M,.V. La Perle, 60 tons net, Capt
Zeance, from St. Lueia.

In Touch With Barbados ©
Coast Station

CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies)
Itd. advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station.

S.S. Gulfbird, S.S. Regent Leopold,
S.S. Regent Panther, S.S. Myryam, S.S.
Byfjord, $.S. Brazil, S.S. Dentonia,
8.s. . S.S. Pathfinder; S.S.
Gascogne, S.S. Mormactern, S.S. S.
Sofia, S.S, Paloma Hills, $.S. Akti, S.S.
Golfito, S.S. Axgentina, S.S. Monroe,
S.S. Elizabeth, S.S. California, 8.5.

Ergeland, $.S. Monte-Udala, S.S. Alcoa| ernment was doing its bounded

Root pa Mls oe wor Ayephenson, oo duty in equipping the nation
rendsyk, . etros lomicos, Ss. ; j ¢ essi

Dieppe, §.S. Cistula, SS. Grants Pass, |98ainst possible ager Te antes

S.8. Holberg, §.S. Fort Townshend, —ke .

S.S. Robert H. Harrison, S.S. Sea-

breeze, S.S. Gia n Seam, s

8.8,
Scottish Musician, 8.S. C. G, Thulin,
S.S. Esso Knoxville, S.S. Trun,
Esso Avila, S.S. San Mateo.

Seawell

ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A.L.
From TRINIDAD:

Elvin Griffith, Eduardo Santana,
Santana, Cecilia Santana, John Gellard,
Arthur Stuart, Freda Taylor, Jeffrey
Taylor, C. J. Traylen, Frank White,
K. A. Wood, Ashild Hassen, Fred Odle,

Winifred Charles, Rennie Charles, Leon led the United States Congress to-

Miller, John Dopson.
From St. LUCIA:

Mary Knight,
Clement Durant,
From DOMINICA

His Honour Arrowsmith, E, P. Arrow-
smith, Susan Arrowsmith, Jennifer
Arrowsmith, McLeod Smith, Jean Aird.
From GRENADA;

Cecil Munro, Gilbert Carew, Tommy
Wells, Herbert Patterson, Una Protain,
Everest C, Telfer, Ivy Telfer.

Gurdeen Rodriguez,
Nathan Karlsbad.

DEPARTURES — By B.W.I.A.L.
For TRINIDAD:

Monica Rudder, Jean Aird, Alfred
Lancelot, Christine McLeod, Dorothy

Carr, Joyce Rawlins, Donald Leech,
Nestor Baiz, Sonja Scott, Frank Oxley,
Alirio Ugarte, Caridad Ugarte, Alirio
Ugarte, Pastrano, Charles Ray, Bruce
Brooks, Alfonzo Marquez, Carmen Mar-

quez, Dr. Nina Wilson, Kenneth Mc,
Kenzie,
For GHENADA:

Pearl Francis, Ralph Brewster, Hiram
Miller.
For PUERTO

10:

Lila McClean, Richardo McClean,
Estelle McClean, Diana McClean, Bernard
McClean, Joseph Oliver, Daisy Roberts.
For ST. VINCENT:

Albert Reece, Charles Hall,
Clarke, Leon Miller,
Dopson.

For ST. LUCIA:

Edward Floisac, Vernez Floisac, Gerald
Wood, Anthony Newton.

For DOMINICA:

Sonia Lewis, Eda
Pinard, Arthur Cyrus.

Joseph
Cecil Dear, John

Edean, Archille



———

STRIPPED NAKED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Piareo airport authorities
had to seek the help of the police,
when a man, who attempted to
eross the runway without the
necessary permission, was pre-
vented from doing so, became
annoyed and stripped himself of
all his clothes An embarrassed
crowd of over 200 people saw him
indulge in a series of crude con-
tortions and gesticulations.

&

«P.F. MARTINI

CRACKERS”.
DELICIOUS & APPETISING.



** | Marshall Needs

..a| Defence Sect.



LONDON, Sept. 12.

Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, said that

Making his presidential address
to the Convocation of Canterbury,
the “Parliament” of the Church of
England, Dr. Fisher declared: “In
times which are inimical to free-
dom, the Vatican has _ several
times recently called for a common
front among Christians.

It is tragic that Roman Catholics
at the same time have said and
done much to make a common
front impossible.

He criticised the Vatican’s new
pronouncement that the corporal
assumption into heaven of the
Virgin Mary was to be made a
necessary article of belief for
Roman Catholics.

“We cannot understand their
insistence on requiring the accep-
tance within their own ranks of
a doctrine altogether outside the

|

Bible and ancient universal
creeds”, Dr. Fisher said.
Dr. Fisher declared that some

Roman Catholics also felt this
strongly and others deeply regret-

ted its promulgation now as
increasing the division among
Christians.

Dr. Fisher said the British Gov-



Law to Become

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.
President Truman formally ask-

day to pass a law enabling Gen-
eral George C. Marshall to become
Secretary of Defence. The White
House announced the appointment

yesterday as “Big Three” talks
opened in New York. Louis John-
son resigned the job yesterday.
Congress will now amend the
National Security Act which pro-

hibited the appointment as De-
fence Chief of anyone who has
served in the Armed Forces in the
last 10 years.

The Senate Armed _ Services
Committee immediately went into
closed session to consider Presi-
dent Truman’s request. Senator
Millary Tydings (Democrat, Mary-
land) Committee Chairman, told
reporters that what Truman cleat.-
ly wanted was that the exception
be made to apply to no other person
than General Marshall, no ped

er

circumstances, and at no

time.

In a letier to Senator Tydings
and Representative Carl Vinsoa
(Democrat, Georgia), Chairman of
the corresponding House Commit-
tee, President Truman stated: I am
a firm believer in the general prin-
ciple that gur defence establish-
ment should be headed by a civil-
ian, However in view of the pres-
ent critical circumstances, and of
Marshall’s unusual qualifications,
I believe that national interest
will be served best by making an
exception in this case.”

The Senate Armed _ Services
Committee moved legislation en-
abling General Marshall to be-
come Secretary of Defence, it was
announced later,

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BARBADOS.



House Committees
ConsiderJamaica’s
Cost Of Living

(From Our Own Correspendent)
KINGSTON, Jca.

As the autumn session of the
Jamaica legislature opened, mem-
bers of the House of Representa-
tives appointed two special com-
mittees to deal with the cost of
living and Government expendi-
ture in the purchase of stores and
equipment.

One committee will immediately
go into the aspects of dollar re-
strictions and their effect on the
cost of living index with a view
to putting proposals to Govern-
ment for a lessening of the re-
strictions to allow the importation
of cheap goods from dolar areas.

The second committee will in-
vestigate the prices paid by Gov-
ernment for Government materials
imported through ‘the Crown
Agents for the Colonies,
with a view to making re-
commendations for a change in
the manner of purchase. It was
stated that the Government is
spending hundreds of thousands
of pounds sterling each year which
need not be spent if a change in
the system of Government buying
was made.

Barbados
ThroughHumming
Bird Eyes



(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Councillor Cyril Fletcher, Man-

spoke in high terms of the efforts
being made in
build up the tourist trade. He
laid particular emphasis on the
importance which the Barbadians
were giving to the attraction of
visitors from Venezuela,

He found the traffic control and
parking arrangements effective,
and praised the authorities for
arrangements to protect policemen
on point duty from the weather
by equipping them with an um-
brella sentry box. Mr. Fletcher
ecbserved that many of the new
buildings were going up without
eny provisions for ablutions and
sanitary conveniences, P,; i
are fetching high prices, and are
generally being bought over by
retired Englishmen,” he econclud<

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.50 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.03 p.m.
Moon: (First Quarter) Sep-
tember 18.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.
High Water; 5.23 a.m., 5.40

sm,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall: (Codrington)
Total for month to yester-

day 2.68 ins.
‘Temperature: (Max). 88.0 °F
Temperature: (Min). 71.5 °F
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour.
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.03
{(3 pam.) 29.955

that colony to









ed, “because Barbados was a fine
spot for a vacation and rest.”

He thought though, that the
business centre in the town could
be improved py a little morg in-
terior decoration and better dis-
play in the stores,

T’dad Gov't Lends
$30,000 For
Back Pay

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,

The Trinidad Government once
again has come to the assistance of
the City Council, Port-of-Spain.
$30,000 has been lent to meet back
pay to non-pensionable workers.
The City Mayor, Alderman Nor-
man Tang, stated that he expected
the necessary vouchers, already
made would be payable on the
12th. This outstanding debt could
not have been paid before, but
was now possible as a result of
the implementation of the United
Kingdom (Financial Relation-
ships) Commission report, the
recommendations of which have
been accepted by Government and
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B.G. Collects
$3 Million Revenue





Indians Greet
Fatima With

In Half-Year | Volley of Guns

i
(Frov\ Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Revenue collected by British
Guiana in the first half year of
= ended June 30, was $8,298,-

. Heading the list is duty
collected on goods imported from
abroad. This amount stands at
$3,239,955 exceeding the
amount collected for the corre-
Sponding period last year by
$97,708.

On the other hand duty col-
lected on exports suffered a
$4,600 drop this year. For the
first half of 1949 duty collected
on exports amounted to $263,713
as compared with $217,432 col-
lected this year.

This big drop is directly due
to a decrease in bauxite exports,
In 1949 bauxite exports for the
first half-year amounted to 894,-

915 tons while exports for the |

corresponding period this year
amounted to 849,915 tons

However, it is expected that
bauxite exports will pick up du-
ring the second half year as while
only 35 are a called at George-
town during st, 50 are ex-
veed to make trips this month.

nder the heading of Bill of

Tax, $714,344 was collect-

ea for the period January to

June, 1950, as compared with
$643,060 last year.

Revenue from other sources in-
clude: Rum — $1,051,834; Licences
— $372,877; Matches — $18,366;
Income and Excess Profit Tax —
$1,114,393; Other Internal
Revenue — $260,202; Post Office,
Tel phs and Telephones
$353,590; Refunds of Loans made
by the Colony — $136,258

B.W.I. Heaith Officers
Off To Jamaica

(From Ow Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, J’ca.

Seven British West Indian
Health Officers arrived in Jamaica
this week to attend a ten-month
course in public health which
opens in Kingston shortly.

They were Clarence Haynes
and Basil Jordan of Barbados;
Wilbert Rene and Rodney Weekes
of St. Lucia; Joshua Francis of
Antigua; and L, LeBlanc and
George A, Royer of Dominica.

MORUKA RIVER, B. G
Sept. 6.

Hundreds of Amerindians dress-
ed in colourful native dress, ac-
companied by Sisters of Mercy and
the Parish Priest stood for hours
at the boat landing here yesterday
morning to welcome the Status
of the Pilgrim Virgin of Fatima
and Fr. Moore.

The Statue icft Georgetown
last Monday night by Government
Steamer on a visit to the Pomeroon
and North West Frontier districts,
and reached the mouth of the

River on y
Mera it wag transhipped to the
ission Launch and t to
the Moruka Landing. aes
_On stepping ashore with the
Statue, Fr. Moore was greete:l
with a volley of guns after which
the congregation sang lustily in
|English the hymn “This is Our
Queen.” The Mission Launch
looked a picturesque sight, bedeck-
ed with multi-coloured jungle
blossoms and ferns.

A procession was then formed

and with the singing of hymns

the Santa Rosa Mission conducted
by the Sisters of Mercy and the
Jesuit Fathers.

Formal Welcome

Formal welcome was given the
Statue and Fr. Moore by the Jesuit
Missionary Fr. Henry Mather,
SJ,, and in the course of his ser-
mon, Fr. Moore told how in
Georgetown there was an urge
that after the visit to the Cathe-
dral, the Pilgrim Statue should
be taken to the Amerindians in
‘he Moruka, Pomeroon and Nortn
West Districts. The
brought the service to a close.

The Statue will continue
jungle visits on to
‘he British Guiana outpost on the
Venezuela Frontier, and will re-
turn to Georgetown on Friday,
September 15, when it will go to
ine Main Street Church of the
Sacred Heart, built nearly a cen-
tury ago by early Portuguese im-
migrants from the Island Province
of Madeira.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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Thursday, September 14, 1950

GENEROSITY

THE Government of Barbados acted gen-
erously and expeditiously in granting fin-
ancial relief to the people of Antigua
‘suffering from the devastating effects of
last week’s hurricane; and it was a com-
mendable action on the part of the Legisla-
tive Council to hold a special meeting to
concur in the resolut‘on. That meeting
was held yesterday after the regular
session on Tuesday and the $20,000 voted
without a dissentient voice.

It might be considered as was expressed
in the House who voted the money on
Tuesday, that $20,000 was a very generous
sum but it must be remembered that whilst
it might be a comparatively large sum from
Barbados, it is a mere drop in the ocean of
Antigua’s needs. It is also true that the
greater the sums granted by the West In-
dian governments, the greater‘is likely to
be granted by the British Government,

Barbados has never failed to assist in
the relief of her neighbours who are in
need of succour when disaster has befallen
them. There are some colonies in the West
Indies where hurricanes are almost un-
known; but Barbados has had her time of
trial and tribulation and it is for that
reason that her people can sympathise
with the people of Antigua in a way which
others cannot. We too have suffered a
similar fate.

True it is that people in Barbados could
have done with relief in one form or an-
other after the flood damage of August
1949, but the gift to Antigua need not be
made with ungracious gestures or sayings.
This was never intended but any criticism
of the manner.or the amount of the relief
was directed to the delay in relieving the
distress of local sufferers. If there had been
any doubt as to the deep sympathy and the
genuine desire to help the suffering people
of Antigua, it is to be gauged from the
passage of the resolution through the Leg-
islative Council yesterday.

Antigua’s present needs are great in-
deed; but the expeditious way in which
this generous contribution has been
handled should be regarded as tangible
evidence of the deep sympathy already ex-
pressed to the people of that island in a
telegram to them by His Excellency the
Governor. f



Country Housing

DESPITE the Government’s pronounce-
ment that there was no intention of
embarking on any further capital expendi-
ture, the House of Assembly on Tuesday
passed an Address asking the Government
to acquire Rosegate Tenantry in the parish
of St. John for the purpose of relieving
some of the distress in the housing situa-
tion in that parish.

The Address had been the subject of
much controversy at its introduction by
Mr. Owen T. Allder. He pointed out that
all the efforts made to relieve housing and
the enormous expenditure incurred up to
the present had been directed to St.
Michael, The Government had committed
itself to an island-wide policy of housing
and this was an opportunity to give practi-
cal effect to that policy. The tenantry was
for sale and if it were not purchased by
the Government the present tenants might
be called upon to move their houses.

The arguments were cogent and during
the interval seemed to have convinced
members of the House that the Address
should be passed. It was passed on Tues-
day night without opposition, Whether it
will be implemented is another matter for
speculation but it focuses attention on the
fact that although committed to a policy
of housing throughout the island, the Gov-
ernment has not yet afforded any relief in
the country parishes,

It may be that as a result of the passing
of that Address, the Government might
find it convenient to amend its policy so
as to include housing schemes in the other
parishes as soon as it is decided to embark
on capital expenditure.

There is another danger of which the
Government must be aware; and that is
the prevalence of tenantries and other
plots of land suitable for tenantry purposes
as soon as it is known that housing schemes
will be undertaken in the other parishes.
The answer to this is the adoption of a firm
policy instead of indiscriminate buying.





Our Readers Say :
Cricket

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Since a step has been taken in the right
direction in suggesting the present West Indies
Players be given a bonus and gifts made available
for some players, 1 would suggest that those players
who also gave onerous service in the last West

Indies’ tour to India (and not in the present team)
be given a bonus.
After all they too impaired their health and

paved the way for the present victory.
The tour of India, Pakistan and Ceylon was no
bed of roses. How about it, Mr. Nunes?
G, JOHNSON.
Crumpton Street,
St. Michael,
Sept. 8, 1950. ti

Persia Wrigs

les To

Avoid Stalin’s Squeeze

Hy Kenneth Macaulay

TEHERAN.

Brooding behind the high white
wall of the Russian Embassy that
stands where Churchill and Mar-
shal Stalin - avenues meet
50-year-old ambassador
Sadchikov.

He has to consider a matter of
17 tons of caviare worth more
than £106,000 at the local price
of 3s. 6d. a spoonful.

The Russians’ favourite party
food finds its way across the
Soviet border from the pleasant
resort of Pahlevi, on the Caspian
Sea, under a joint fishing enter-
prise. It is Persia’s only import
from her neighbour.

As far as the Persians are ‘con-
cerned, Sadchikov and his 15 no-
speaka-Persian bodyguards can
keep their caviare. his country
would sooner have cement. Or
perhaps paper, textiles, or trac-
tors.

Russia has previously shown no
sign of wanting to export these
goods, except for money down.
She has refused to do a deal for
wool, dried fruits, or cereals.
Terms strictly cash.

If the Persians could be per-
suaded to buy instead of barter,
the Russians could command
enough currency to keep alive an
underground movement which is
perishing for want of everything
but political exhortation,

Smart though Ivan Sadchikov is
(when he was*the ambassador in
Belgrade he engineered Tito’s
rise to power), he has failed to
deceive the Persians.

The existence of an _ under-
ground ‘movement evokes this

QUESTION: Would it be pos-
sible to create a Korcan-type
situation in the Russian border
provinces, establish a northern
Government with Soviet support,
and stage a smash-und-grab of
the oil lands?

ANSWER : At present, no.

An attempt by “Democrats” to
carry out the first part of the
tactic three years ago failed.

But evidence is not lacking that
the “Democrats” are not sleeping
there below. Broadcasts from the
Russian side warn them to keep
their radio contacts up to date—
a reference to the secret stations

which get news to Moscow before
it is known to the central Gov-
ernment in Teheran.

The authorities want to suppress

Even for money.
Friendly, Even

Not all the oil in Persia is out
ef easy Russian reach 700 and
more miles away at Abadan on the
Gulf, There is oil in the jittery
province of Azerbaijan, and al-

“ Really, sir, is it necessary

to ask if I would he able

to keep your sengneer in

the manner to which she
is accustomed ?”’



though it is still underground and
no working borehole has ever been
drilled, sensitive Soviet nostrils
ean detect the black, malodorous
stuff.

So that it shall not be accused
of showing favour to the British
or the Americans, the Persian
Government has appointed neu-
tral Swiss geologists to do the
prospecting.

The Russians are prepared to go
to any lengths—to the point, even
of being friendly — to prevent the
Americans from getting a_ toe-
hold in the country.

Her Hope

If Ivan Sadetikov is smart,
Prime Minister Ali Rasmara is

is these transmitters — but Russia smart enough also to realise that
Ivan won't export radio detector vans. Persia's

best hope of avoiding
the Russian squeeze is to put her
economic machinery in good order

In Persia, one-third the size of
the United States this is no light-
weight job. The Persians are able
but idle.

Persians will say that they
should get American aid to carry
through their seven-year plan of
habilitation. The Americans are
sympathetic to this, but point out
reasonably enough that if the
Persian Government would quit
fooling and ratify last year’s
agreement with the Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company they could have
£30,000,000 by return of post.

The plan has been in existence
for a year. The only tangible
evidence of somethng done is a
number of holes in the ground that
will one day be the foundations of
a dam. -

City Of Horror

I have kept to the last my visit
to the Unspeakable City, south of
Teheran where 100,000 try to live
on twopence a day or less.

When great brickmaking ovens
burn out, and are good for nothing
else, they become good enough for
homes for the poor.

I tried to investigate.

There is a Belsen glaze in the

eyes of the old squatting in the/

dust. There is grief for an ancient
one who loses his dog, for he will
have no means of keeping warm
when the snows come. Parents
offer their children for sale so
that both may not starve.

The horror of this place numbs
the mind.

A policeman dressed in com-
parison like an emperor, cut me
out from a sereaming horde of
beggars and held me secure until
a bus should arrive. “When four
out of five children born here die
while they are babies, what is to
be the future’ when the old poli-
ticians seem to live for ever?” he
said.—L.E.S.



Russians Are FREE=
In London

LONDON,

Official quarters in London dis-
closed today that ay least 165
Soviet citizens are free to rogm
Britaim at will and 52 of them
have access to factories producing
s\rategic materials.

The information was supplied
by the British foreign office and
the Soviet Embassy.

Forty-one members of the Sovi-
et Embassy in London, including
three representatives on the trade
delegation, enjoy complete diplo-
matic immunity.

In other words they cannot be
arrested for any offence short of
murder.

All 52 members of the trade de-
legation can visit any factory
manufacturing goods for export
‘o Russia after prior notice.

Many of these factories are also
engaged in making top-secret
weapons for the British armed
forces, but British officials have
said the Russians are not permit-
ted in sections of plants where the
secret work is in progress.

The Soviev Embassy in their
swank headquarters in Kensing-
ton Palace Gardens, once called
“Millionaires’ Row” occupies four
luxurious mansions, and they have
a large building complete with
cafeteria in a nearby less-select
district. Soviet employees have
rented apartments for vheir famil-
ies in various parts of London.

All work at the Embassy, even
cleaning and dusting, is done by
Soviet citizens. No Briton is
trusted to work inside 13 Kensing-
von Palace Gardens, the diplomatic
centre where a bust of Stalin is
the first sight to greet the visitor.



Twenty-one Russian clerks, men
and women, augment this svaff,
and there are also 31 non-diplo-
mats who are listed as “house-
hold staff.’ This is the only de-
scription of them given to the
Brivish foreign office, and repeated
requests for qa more exact descrip-
tion of their activities have met
with evasion.

Finally, there are 20 Russians
engaged in “information” work
for Tass, the Soviet News Agency;
for the radio lisvening station, the
Soviet Monitor, and various Rus-
sian propaganda organs.

This makes a total of 165
Soviet citizens who re officially
admitted to be working in the
United Kingdom. Unlike their
British and American counter-
parts in Moscow, they can move
freely throughout the country.

Any Russian can literally go to
a London railroad station and
buy a ticket anywhere in the
British Isles. Since such freedom
is impossible for a Soviet citizen
in the U.S.S.R. (a Moscovite has
to get official permission for a
journey to Leningrad, for exam-
ple) most Soviets are suspicious.
They think it is a trap.

The Soviet news egency, Tass,
often labels prominent British
subjects in the familiar abusive
phrases of ‘“‘warmonger” or “fas-
cist beast.”” The question was re-
cently raised in the House of
Commons whether Tass should
enjoy diplomatic immunity from
libel actions in this respect. No
decisive action was taken, and
'Ya8s perhaps, heeding the warn-
ing, has been less strong in the

use of personal invective in the
past months,

Nevertheless, no British or
American news agency could hope
to escape a libel action if it used
such adjectives. Even admitting
that Tass is not truly a comparable
news-gathering body, it shares all
the privileges of the bona-fide
agencies, and it is clear that many
Members of Parliament are not
satisfied with its vague claims to
diplomatic immunity.

Top members of the Soviet
groups in London smoke American
cigarettes and ride in chaffeur-
criven American cars. Nikolai
Andrienko, for example, head of
Russia’s trade delegation, makes
his calls in a big black Packard.

The Soviet press attache prac-
tically forces American cigarettes
on his visitors.

A spokesman at the Russian
trade delegation stated it was
“natural and normal” for their
representatives to have access to
British factories which were

manufacturing goods to order.
When asked whether the Soviet
Union would nt the same

priv lege to fore importers of
Soviet products, he replied:

“Of course.”

The head of the Soviet foreign
office press department in 1938,
Ivan Gnedin, onde told this cor-
respondent bluntly;

“We regard all you foreign
newspapermen as ‘legal spies’—
no personal offence meant.”

Which honest statement is a
clear definition of how Russian
diplomats and newspapermen re-
gard their own assignments in
other countries. —LN:S.



Britain Replaces Canada As
Miacaroni Supplier To BWI

Canadian whose
memories run back to 1940-41
and 42 will remember that
oftentimes they received orders
from areas and individuals in
those areas to whom they had
never shipped before and when
seeking an export permit were
told by the Export Permit
Branch in Ottawa that they would
not.be permitted to supply be-
cause this was. new territory and
new business which belonged to
(in almost all cases) England
and these orders were held until
England could supply.

exporters

CANADIAN EXPORTER: had
to tell that. story to many visit-
ing buyers and it remembers
particularly a very large import
house in West Africa who when
CANADIAN EXPORTER ex-
plained why a_ tremendous
indent they brought over could
not be fitted in Canada folded up

their tent and silently left the
country.

Canadian exporters, however,
are discovering that it m‘ght

just as well be recognized that
the British themselves are not as
sentimentally inclined when 't
comes to respecting Canada’s
former export market as Cana-
dians and the Canadian Govern-
ment, were in respect to Britain’s
pre-war markets.

One of the most important and
interesting experiences of recent
years came to our attention in
discussions with Joe Laurin,
Export’ Manager, of Catelli Food
Products Ltd., in Montreal, whose

j

firm had developed a very fime
British West Indies business only
to have it dirninished at the t.me
of writing to a little supplying
in a sngle Colony.

It is now rumoured that there
will be no quotas issued for
Catelli’s products for the second
half of 1950 as the control
authorities no doubt realize that
supplies can be secured from the
U.K. regardless of price and
quality,

The Cateli people were deter-
mined they were nov going to lose
this market if they could possibly

LEEWARD Is“.
@embbeoan. Sva

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WINDWARD Is,



hold it and they made price con-
cessions that represented a natural
Joss but, which brought their price
aown lower vhan any price quoted
by any English manufacturer yet,
not one pound of Canadian maca-
roni was permitted by the Foreign
Exchange Control Board to be pur-
chased by a West Indian Colony
despite the fact vhat the macaroni
they had been buying for years
weuld be the lowest priced they
could purchase

We are informed that before
World War Il Grept Britain manu-
factured little, if any, macaroni
and was, as a matter of faci’, one of
Canada’s finest macaroni markets.

During the war some 43 com-
panies in England engaged in the
production of macaroni and Voday
britain is exporting macaroni.

Despite the fact that she has to
purchase a considerable quantity
of her wheat from Canada, and
chav her macaroni is higher
priced than Canadian macaroni
she still is able to arbitrarily by
deeree push Canadian macaroni
out of the British West Indies...
marke’s that Canada developed
and possessed before the English
sold a pound of macaroni in them.

There are now Canadian manu-
facturers who are telling CANA-
INAN EXPORTER that in their
opinion the time has come when
these facts should be stated and
such facis as the macaroni situa-
tion in the West Indies
seems to boil dowh to the simple
fact that Great Britain is estab-
Jishing a new post-World War No.
Il industry at the expense of
among others, Canadian manufac-
turers.

Secondly, as far as Great Brit-
ain is concerned it’s a definitely
secondary industry for she is not a
wheat producing country in vhe
same sense that Canada is and
must import her raw materia},
whereas the macaroni industry in
Canada is based on the Canadian
manufacture of a Canadian
natural product.

—CANADIAN EXPORTER.

—



TROUBLE
ISLAND

EXPLORERS in the frail craft of four cen-

|.uries ago had never seen an island so

majestic.

Sea cliffs, rising in places to 2,500 feet,
faced out across the Pacific.

Ilha Formosa, they called it, the Beautiful
Isle.

But with the beauty went trouble: 300
earthquakes each year, head-hunting tribes.

Today Formosa is still the Troubled Isle.
In this tight little island twice the size of
‘Vales, are packed 7,000,000 people plus more
ihan 1,000,000 refugees.

*

BUT it is upon one man that the story
-entres: Chiang Kai-shek.

Early in 1949 Chiang Kai-shek, his ruling
‘lique torn by dissension, withdrew from
‘eadership of Nationalist China.

But soon after, realising that he was pow-
erless to retain a foothold in a China ruled
»y the victorious Mao Tse-tung and his
People’s Army, he re-established himself in
Formosa.

He ferried across those 100 miles of
treacherous water an army of 580,000, a navy
»f 45,000, and an air force of 25,000 equipped
with American planes.

Refugees—probably another 750,000—fol-
lowed.

*

FORMOSA grew bitter about Chiang as

living standards slumped. And Chiang was
growing bitter about America.

A year ago the U.S. Government declared

that no more help would go to Chiang and

that Formosa was no longer an essential out-
post in her Pacific defences,
Britain went further. It recognised Mao

Tse-tung’s Government.

Mao, too, was busy. He began preparing
an expedition to occupy Formosa. The island
he claimed, was Chinese.

Geographically and historically he had a
case, Formosa was part of the Manchu Em-
pire for 200 years. At Cairo and Potsdam
pledges were made to restore Formosa to
China.

Americans looked at it differently. They
pointed out that Formosa was ceded to
Japan after the 1894-5 war and that the 50
years of Japanese rule had been carried out
with energy and intelligence. Formosa was,
therefore, a Japanese colony whose disposal
must await a Peace Treaty.

*

THEN the Korea war began. The United
Nations acted. President Truman attempted
to neutralise Formosa by warning Mao not to
attack and by urging Chiang to stop his raids
on the mainland.

The American Seventh Fleet was ordered
to enforce these instructions.

And then a second figure entered the For-
mosa story: General Douglas MacArthur.

He holds that Communism must be fought
everywhere in Asia, regards Formosa as an
essential bastion.

*

A MONTH ago MacArthur visited Chiang
and discussed co-ordinating Sino-American
forces.

Hurried visits to Tokyo by Mr. Averell
Harriman, Mr. Truman’s special foreign
affairs adviser, and later by two of the
American Chiefs of Staff followed.

General MacArthur, it is assumed, was
urged to see the political dangers of his alli-
ance with Chiang.

The danger is that the MacArthur policy
might embroil U.S. in war against China and
its Central Communist Government. And
Mao has a newly contracted alliance with
Moscow that would bring Russia to his aid.

In such an extension of war in the Far
East Britain could hardly stand aside.

These dangers may not mature. Britain’s
sole commitment, apart from the anti-Com-
munist struggle in Malaya, is on behalf of
the United Nations in Korea.

Chinese accusations against America are to
be investigated by the Security Council.

And the United Nations may propose an
ultimate solution.

*

MEANTIME General MacArthur remains
unconvinced. He told a veterans’ organisation
that Formosa must be part of America’s West
Pacific defences. Mr. Truman ordered him
to withdraw this, and insisted that US.
policy was to neutralise Formosa till the
Korean war is over.

Perhaps there is one thing that Truman,
MacArthur, and Chiang might agree on: that
Formosa is certainly the Troubled Isle.

—.LE.S,



Potick

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Now that H.M.S. Sparrow is in port may
I suggest to Mr. Murray or the local Government
that they enlist the help of the Commander and
crew for a removal or raising of this wreck, (M.V.
Potick), possibly this ship could submit more work-
able plans or assist with gear ich is not possessed
in the island such as diving apparatus, or salvage.

DAVY JONES



Sept. 13, 1950

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12 Turn Down
Amendment

Of Traffic Act

THE House of Assembly on
Tuesday disapproved the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Amend-
ment Rezulations 1950 No, 2
which ssught to prohibit lorries
and other yehicles other than
omnibuses from carrying excur-
SiON passengers unless permission
wes granted.

_This was decided by a 12—3
d.visign, the Government members
‘lone voting for the Regulations.
\ The Regulations read as fol-
ows: —

1. These Regulations may be
cited as the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment)
Regulations, 1950, No. 2., and
shall be read together with the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Regulations, 1938 (hereinafter
referred to as the principal
Regulations) and any Regula-
tions amending the same.
2. The principal Regulations are
hereby amended by inserting
immediately after regulation
34 the following new regulation
to be numbered 34A—
“34A. The driver and owner of
a public service vehicle other
than a motor omnibus or the
driver and owner of a motor
lorry or other goods vehicle
shall not allow to be carried
en such vehicle a greater
number of persons than the
number authorised by the In-
spector’s certificate issued
in respect of such vehicle:
ed weet in wis Seer of a
motor lorry or other goods
vehicle, the Director of High-
ways and Transport, may
subject to such terms and con-
ditions as he thinks fit, grant
permission to carry a greater
number of persons than is au-
thorised by such inspector's
certificate, such persons to be
carried sitting dna
(a) on the platform of the
lorry; or

(b) on such seating accom-
modation as may be ap-
proved by him in ac-
cordance with regulation

45A of these regulations.”| meeting yesterday approved of |the Association.
3. The principal Regulations are|®Pplications for the division and/to have a meeting early

KN.

FRIGATE ON V



THE 1,400-ton H.M.S. “SPARROW”, now at anchor age at Carlisle Bay, The Frigate which is on an 8-day

visit here, is due to leave port on Monday.

Car Association
Has Been Formed

AN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION has been formed. This
was disclosed by Mr. T. O. Dowding, Vice President of the
Association, at a Council meeting of the Chamber of Com-
merce yesterday. Mr, Charles Mac Kenzie is the President
of the Association, Mr. Tristram, Hon. Secretary and

Treasurer and seven compose a Committee of Management.
The Association will look after
motoring facilities and will work

Health Board in co-operation with the Police
y and the Department of Highways

& Transport.
Approves Mr, Dowding said that Mr
Land Sales They had had an inaugural
meeting recently and the secretary

Cave had allowed the Assoc‘ation
the use of an office at Cave Shep-
herd.
THE Board of Health at their|was at present drafting rules for
They expected
next





hereby amended by inserting sale in lots of three pieces of land,| week to consider them.,

immediately after
45 the following new regula-
tion to be numbered 45A—

“45A. (1) Where a motor lorry| pplication for the sale of one
or other goods vehicle is con-| Plot of land.

verted, whether for use as a
public service vehicle or not,
by the provision of seating

accommodation on such vehi-| ¢f land in 10 lots. The land, which

cle, the séats shall be fixed|is situated aback of George Street,

across ‘the platform of the} St. Michael, was already divided

vehicle in a secure manner|@nd let in tenantry. The ground

for rejection was that each lot

(2) All such seats shall be firm-|°f the land was less than 2,400
ly fixed in position and shall] $4. ft.

approved by an inspector,

be of a depth of not less than
fourteen

thirteen inches and no seat

shall- be. placed .more. than] , The

fifteen inches above

regulation| the sale of two plots of land ana
the division and letting of twe]inform Council members of thi
plots of land while it rejected an}|forming of the Association.

inches. The unim-| ence’ was made to the Attorney
peded distance between the General’s opinion in the case of
seats shall not be less than} Manning’s

The secretary was instructed to

A. special general meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce will

The rejection was made to the}be called shortly to approve of a

application of Mr. Winston Ar-{ new rule which was drafted by
thur Hassell to sell 17,368 sq. ft.\the Council yesterday.

The new rule is: “That the
Council shall have the power to
appoint a member of the Chamber
to act for any member of the
Counci! who may be granted
leave of absence for one month
or more.”

The new rule became necessary
after there were insufficient mem-
bers present at some Council
meetings to allow for balloting of
new members.

Mr. A. De Lisle Inniss spoke

Dealing with this matter, refer-

Tenantry at Bank

all.






BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ESET Competition

Se OW TO GOD ON HIGH BE
| GLORY” is the song chosen
for the test piece at the Singing
| Competit on which is expected tc
I held at Kensington Oval on
\} Boxing Day, December 26. Two
silver cups will be awarded t
the Choirs coming first and sec-
ond,
| Any choir or chor master who
ie interested in entering this com-
\ petition should get in touch w th
| Mr Sydney Skinner of the
| Church ll Bar, Baxters Road

-NIGHT at 8 o'clock tne
| Mobile Cinema will give a
| show at the South Point Light-
louse pasture, Christ Church for
the benefit of residenis of the
Enterprise area.

T 4.30 this afternoon the Po-

lice Band, under Capt. C. E



Raison, will play at a Charity
Concert at Bathsheba, St, Joseph
| To-morrow night at 8 will be the
usual fortnight Concert at Hast-
| ings Rocks.

| HE PROGRAMME arranged
for members of the “H.M.S
| Sparrow” for today is as follows

| Cricket match against an

want Island XI at Combermere grounds

; . Water Polo match between a

Th Won | Police-Snapper combined tram.

: ‘» Dance given by the Port Wel-

fare Committee for 60 members of



1950 B’dos 2»
} ADLEIGH won outright from
S e Small Town in a cricket
Cc —D. ars tps match at Pool on Saturday.
| C. V. Rayside, the Hadleigh

A telegram has been received | Skipper, won the toss and elected
from the Secretary of the Oxford | to bat, Hadleigh were bowle? out
and Cambridge School Examina-|for 97 runs, Rayside topscoring
tion Board stating that thefollow-| With 51 before he was unfortu-
ing candidates for Barbados| "ately run out, Another good con-
Scholarships have attained Schol-| ttibution came from Hurdle who
arship Standard:— “= ©. 7 ‘

. n ts ‘or Sma own Lucas cap-
ia Doreen. © ones 4 tured 4 wickets for 29 runs while
ecth atintdie Aine ; . Headley took 4 for 3 runs in three

Adams, overs,
: J. M. G. M.}| Small Town in reply were all
Science—Inniss, E. ce | acittled out for 19 runs. Bowling

4 Lodge School for Hadleigh, Lashley took 5
English: (Modern Studies)—; wickets without any runs made
Gooding, R. U. | off him, He took the first 4 in his
These four candidates, there-jfirst over. Small Town were sent

tore, are awarded Barbados Schol-|back to bat but were only able to
arships for 1950. jmake 39 runs in their second

jieeones, Headley topscoring with
Y.M.C.A. Fund
Rises By $57 |

The Y.M.C.A, Relief Fund for,
Antigua was increased yesterday |
by $57 to $777.80 New contribu-
tors were:—



On this oceasion skipper Ray-
side captured 4 wickets for 6
runs and Lashley 4 for 13, Had-
leigh won by an innings and 38
runs,

RAZER'S XI defeated a team
skippered by A. D. Wil-
liams in a cricket match which

Messrs. James A. Lynch concluded at Union Ground on
EGO. Ma. i 4 ete $50.00 |Saturday, They won by six

R. & M. Puckerin .., 5.00 | wickets.

Mrs, M. E. O’Neal ...... 1.00} Williams’ team batted first and

MARA i es cue Rees 1.00} knocked up 173. Frazer’s replied

with 293 and Williams’ in their
$57.00} second innings were bowled out
.|for 201, Frazer’s then made 85
The Y.M.C.A. had expected to| for four to win the match, The
ship the remainder of the relief| winners received a case of beer
packages (29 in number) of cloth-| which both teams subser bed to
ing, foodstuff, and other articles | buy.
by the Alcoa steamship “Byfjord,” | OODWILL CC. C. are at
but they were informed yesterday , present leading on first in-
that the “Byfjord” had no caro |nings points in their B.L.C, match







Death By |

Song Chosen | Misadventure |

|

Says Jury —
AFTER a short deliberation a
nine-man jury yesterday returned
a verdict of ceath by misadven-
ture at the inquiry into the cir-

of nine-year-old Suett Williams
of Deacons Road. The inquiry was
conducted by Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Coroner of District “A”,

Williams was admitted to the
General Hospital on Friday Sep-
tember 8 but cied later the same
day.

Dr. K. B. Simon who perform-
ed the post mortem at the mortu-

ary of the General Hospital on
Saturday, said that on opening
the abdomen it was noticed that
the whole of the spleen was rup-
tured. There were no gross frac-
tures and the left kidney was
well crushed. Haemorrhage was
extensive, In his opinion death
} was due to severe internal haem-
' orrhage.

Douglas Niles, a 13 - year - old
schoolboy of Deacons Road said
that he went with Williams on
Septemper 8 about 10.15 a.m,, to
pick plums from a tree near the
Mental Hospital. Another boy by
the name of Neville Yearwood



climbed the tree and after a few
minutes Yearwood came down

and left Williams in the tree.
Williams started to throw some
plums down and while he was

trying to reach a particular plum
he missed his balance and the
limb he was standing on broke
thus causing him to fall to the
ground,

After falling he tried to raise
himself off the ground,
fall back again helpless
sisted in carrying him to
Pickering’s house
far from the spot.

The last witness called was
Yearwood who corroborated Niles’
evidence.

only to
He as-
Mrs.

which is not



Over $12,000 Goes
To Antigua
From T’dad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Antigua Relief Fund in
Trinidad continues to grow. The
Governor and Lady Rance con-
tributed $50.00 while large busi-
ness houses, continue to send in
their donations, The Fund has
assed the $12,000 mark.



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Ladies Hand Mirrors. ‘ Photo Albums.

Board approyed

of the platform of the vMi-|Saft. of land at Wavell Avenue,

cle.”

St. Michael; the division and sale}jot about harbour improvements

Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) who took] in lots of 96,750 sq. ft. of land atfand the project relative to a har-
charge of the Resolution pointed|!{!owell’s Cross Road, St. Michael;}pour scheme.
out that it was to give legislative|the division and sale in lots of }much
effect to the Motor Vehicles and| land

at Bayfield-Mullins,

Road Traffic Amendment Regu-| Peter; the division and letting of

lations 1950 No. 2, made by the}land in lots at Bay Estate; the}to gather, there had been consid-
Director of Highways and Trans-| division and letting of 46,155 sq ft.]erable unrest among people of the
port on the 21st August 1950 andjof land at Union Tenantry, St.| Steamship Company.

approved and sanctioned by the] Joseph.

Governor
1950,

on the 22nd August

He reminded members that a| Plantation including the dwell-|should know what plans were

Land at Thorpe’s
Also the sale of land at Thorpe’s

copy of the Regulations had been| ing house and the sale of 7 acres,

laid on the table of the House
and was a very simple one which
every member could understand:

He said that protection had to
be given to people who were car-
ried about on lorries and the
Regulations sought to offer such
protection,

It was not so long ago he sai
that a lorry with some 30 people
had over - turned into a gully
causing many deaths. With these
Regulations, having legislative
sanction it would mean greater
protection,

He asked honourable members
to approve the Regulations.

Mr. J. H. WilkiMson (E) in sec-
onding the passing of the Resolu-
tion said, as a member of the
Advisory Committee on the High-
ways and Transport Board, they
had gone carefully into the Regu-
fations and assured hahourable
members that there was no inten-
tion of creating any hardship to
motor lorry owners. On the con-
trary, it would only mean they
would have to apply for permis-
sion to carry peorke and as long
as they complied with the Regu-
Jation he was sure they would be
granted permission.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) said he
was in sympathy with the mover
and seconder of the Resolution.
The former as a member of the
Government had to introduce it
and the latter as a member of the
Board was in duty bound to sup-
port it, but he as a back bencher,
had no such obligation. He there-
fore was going to move the re-
jection or disapproval and did
so fu ly conscious of his responsi-
bility.

He drew to the Government’s
attention that in the absence of
proper transport facilities or suffi-
cient mean: by which the public
could travel, it would be wicked
and crue! to deprive them of the
only other means of _ transport
which they had; namely, lorries.

H~- did not see like the senior
member for St. Peter that because
some reckless driver got into an
accident all people who moved

about on lorries would be killed
That was nonsense. He was sure
that if the Regulations were once
passed, not one lorry driver would
get permission to transport any-
one, He therefore moved that the
Regulations be disapproved.
Mr. E, D, Mottley


















d erection

(E) in sec-

2 roods, 10.2 perches of land in
lots at Thorpe’s Plantation as al-
ready divided and let in tenantry
were approved of by the Board.

The Board considered a letter
from a resident of Walker’s St.
Andrew, who was asking for the
of a stand pipe in the
writer’s immediate vicinity, A
reply was sent back drawing the
writer’s attention to the condi-
tions for supply of water under
which the Board’s certificate was
issued in respect of that area.

Dr F. N. Grannum, told the
Board that he noticed a dead
body being landed at Barbados
from a ship some days ago with-
out the Board of Health having
any knowledge of it. He then read
a list of restrictions governing
such cases, as practised in British
Guiana.

The Board instructed Dr. Gran-
num to make recommendations
on the matter for the consider-
ation of the Board at their next
meeting.

Present at the meeting were Dr.
H. G. Cummins. Chairman, Hon.
Vv. C. Gale. MLC. Dr. F. N.
Grannum, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis,
M.C.P., Mr. H. C. Manning, Mr.
Fred Goddard, M:C.P., and Mr.
D..D. Garner, M.C.P.



Sundays and nolidays, found it
very convenient and economical
to use lorries from their districts
to transport them,

On the other hand, owners of
these lorries who got work only
in the crop season and had to pay
trade and other taxes, welcomed
this little business to help feed
their families,

No. harm in his opinion was be-
ing done to anyone, the bus con-
eessionaires lost porns by it.
The argument of the senior mem-
ber for St. Peter that because peo-
ple died as a result of an accident
while travelling on a lorry was no
argument at all because people
died as a result of the sinking of
the “Vestris”, but people still
travelled on ships and were safe.

If these Regulations were passed
it would mean that plantation or
other lorries which now took lab-
ourers at convenient times from
one place to another for the pur-
pose of planting potato slips, etc.,
could do so no longer, unless they
anticipated the rains and came to
town and got a permit. It- would

of the}of Government’s delay in carry-
the floor| Civision and sale in lots of 20,584}ing out harbour improvements.

St.}nothing being done.

|have to be carried out without a

onding the motion for disapprove! also mean that if a person in the
of the Regulations said that long | city of Bridgetown who got to-
before the Regulations were laid | gether a dozen or so friends and
on the table of the House, he had | could not afford to pay the price

heard they were about to come.
He considered them very selfish

of a chartered bus and wanted to
take a little excursion in the coun-

because, as the senior member for |try to get a little fresh air, he

St. Philip had said, the bus ser-
vices of the island were insuffi-
cient, There were several people
who had to go for one reason or
another on cross country routes
which had no bus service. For

would be deprived of this

He, therefore, in seconding the
motion for the disapproval of the
Regulations also counselled hon-
ourable members to vote for its
disapproval

After other members had spoken | &
insfance, members of the several supporting the >|
religious denominations and others|motion for disapproval was put}

disapproval,

who had to interchange visits onland resolved in the affirmative.

;












He said that they had heard a

There was
however

only
talking, and

From what he had been able

He suggested that a letter should
be written to the Government
asking them to give early consid-
eration to what was to be done.

He felt, too, that work on the
harbour would not necessarily

break, but it could be begun in
such a manner as to allow for
subsequent extensions.

The Council agreed to write a
letter to the Department of High-
ways & Transport and to the
Sanitary Authorities of St
Michael asking that the sanitation
of the area of the newly formed
*bus stand be improved,

Mr. Dowding said that there
was usually much refuse thrown
about there 2nd sometimes the
smells were offensive.

The Council decided to wr'te
the Commissioner of Police to
suggest that there should. be more
places allowed for parking cars.
The matter was brought up by
Mr. A. De Lisle Inniss.







What’s on Today

Meeting of St. Michaet’s
Vestry at 2.00 p.m.

Cricket at Combermere 1.50

p.m.

Police Band at Charity Con-
cert Bathsheba, St. Joseph
4.30 p.m.

Water Polo, Aquatic Club
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, South Point
Lighthouse Pasture, Christ
Church at 7.30 p.m.

Diocesan |
Synod Meets |

A special Meeting of the Bar-'
bados Diocesan Synod was held
at the Church House on Wednes-
day the 18th inst. at 11 a.m., to
consider the position arising out
of the recent resignation of the
Lord Bishop. On the motion of
the Venerable Archdeacon Shank-'
land, Synod unanimously ex-|
pressed its deep regret at the
loss the Diocese will sustain when
this resignation takes effect It
also placed on record its’ deep
appreciation of those gifts of
learning, seund judgment and





devotion, which His Lordship has}

So conspicuously displayed during
the five years that he has occupied
the See of Barbados
Further, the Synod by an over-
whelming majority of both
Houses, adopted a resolution to
be presented to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee, praying that
a Committee be appointed repre-
sentative of the Government and
the political parties to confer
with a special Cor ittee apvoint-
t Synod, and to
the difficultie vnosed

Churen by tne prese






n the
yn. 1€

Anglic an Church Act.

‘

space.
The shipment will go by the first!
opportunity .

DROVE WITHOUT CARE | crowd of about 700 that watched

LISLE CARRINGTON of Year-



against Romans C, C, which be-
gun on Saturday last.

Goodw.ll won the toss but skip-
per P. Walker sent in Romans to
bat on a perfect wicket, The

|} the game saw the strong Romans
team dismissed for 66 runs.

For Goodwill “Gaffer” Holder
took five for 18 and Vernon Fenty

WILL PAY 40!-



14 days or in default one month’s'McCollin took four and three
imprisonment. He appealed.

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sane came eset macy

vood Land, Black Rock, was|two for nine. St. Hill and Walker
yesterday found guilty of driv-| captured one each.

He felt that if it were thej|ing the motor lorry M-1483 on} Jn reply Goodwill knocked up
intention of the Government to]FPaxter’s Road without due care|100 runs of which Miller, their
improve the harbour, the public|and attention on August 10. opening batsman, scored 41, F |

Mr. H. A. Talma fined him] Nicholls scored 26 not out. For |
being put forward. 40/- and 3/- costs to be paid in|Romans J. Higginson and F.,



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MUSTEROLE— The Chest

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time —2/9 3/-
SUN GLASSES—made of
Best quality glass will not
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WRIST WATCHES—Excel-
lent quality $9.00 to $17.00
KODAK CAMERAS— $5.00;
$10.00; $12.00; $16.00; $20.00
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HIGH CLASS PIPES—Dun-
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Pipes that are especially
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The working man’s pipe.
CADBURY’S CHOCOLATES
—Red Rose jlb. 1 Ib.

Hazel Nuts 4 lb 1 Ib,

Milk Tray $1.48 '

Princess 1 lb 4 Jb, f

Assortment }

ROUND TREE’S CHOCO-
LATE—Black Magic $3.85;
$1.88; $1.08
RAISINS IN PACKAGES—
Of excellent quality at 62c¢,
per nkge.

Perfume from France and
Jamaica—
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$10.00 and $14.00.
CARON PERFUME~--French
Can Can; Bellodgia; Rock
Garden; Black Narcissus;
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LIONESE SHEETS, 80'x 100. Each $5.63

O06 6-108) tee posit ewe $6.19
REXWEAR SHEETS 70 x 90 Each ...............5 $4.76
LIONESE PILLOW CASES. 20 x 30. Each 90
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HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON









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WHAT ABOUT

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5 I HAVENT
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Bots. Maraschino.. 4.00

Bots. Creme de
Menthe ......... 4.00

Martini Vermouth 7






(Dry)
Martini Vermouth
(Sweet) ........ 2.88
Simmonds Stout .. .30
Vi Stout .......... .30









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AH, YES! FORGIVE ME! | SIGNOR NOSEY PARKER CANNON «|
1 FORGET THAT YOU / PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR... Mav t
GENTLEMEN HAVE PRESENT ~ DETECTIVE INSPECTOR

THERE THEY ARE!
TAUSSEO LIKE




1 DON'T GET THIS! AND ARE YOU
1 THOUGHT You TRYING TO TELL ME
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Hafnia Hams (2lb) 2.88

vent a) caren. pana C4 eae oy" af aver Dettol 1.36, 52
tn ts} [orcas FI AGS re Eno’s Fruit Salts 1.00, 58 Canned Meats
12 i wake o TEV ay le Limacol ....... 81 AUSTRALIAN

; Scrubbs Ammonia 66

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= hae 6 oR, ar Vaseline Hair
2 e | Philips’ tag. YS PRIME BEEF aie:
Se Laukau ‘ abbits ............
Drinking (Steak & Roast) Ca B Breakfast
Straws (Pkgs.) 15, 14 Roll ...,......5.
MUTTON CHOPS
BY GEORGE MC.MANUS Custards, & LEGS STEW,
$$ =
POO? LIT TLS GIRL-SO TIMO- ) LL SHOW HER. ——~, (GEE THAT LITTLE DOT OUT | S ‘ + (i)H(Haal Jellies Rte. ‘ Pickles & Sauces.
“\ ABAD TL) GO IN THE WATER- SHE SHOULDN'T WHERE | THERE NEAR THAT LIGHT || Ti} pawl! \j Wi CALF LIVER
OMI ween = AFRAID! | |] BIO | HOUSE ? THAT'S HEI2 I | A SBRVES TT Hi Bird’s Custard Heinz Indian Chut-
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ae rs oe | Ll Chivers T Jellies 22 C & B Cocktail
: AN. SC i 1] Monk & Glass Onions ........- -70
Bes | eaeeeg &) * \ | seed T Jellies .... 19 C & B Mushroom
( ee Ga Brown & Polson Ketchup .......- 35
; \ { ea SF, ce ane Cc ae 12 Morton’s crn -16
f BY ALEX RAYMOND |
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$ A. J. C. Marmalade (1}Ib).......... “4 Letona Tomiato Juice.........6.....00ese0ees 34
j Trin, Marmalade ..................005 36 Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice................ 39
; Golden Shred Marmalade............. 47 Trinidad Or Grape Fruit Juice.............. 28
t Silver Shred Marmalade.............. 47 Trinidad Grape Fruit Juice................. 23
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BARBADOS.

Barbados Fancy Molasses

Production and Export
Acts 1937 & 1939

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950
LLL

CLASSIFIED ADS. -

ADVOCATE
CHANCERY SALE

undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office
Public Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on the date
‘i belo’

PAGE SEVEN;

QUAKER OATS





OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN ‘THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL






incdinancepeesnieaitetabemst—setasiiontee (Equitable Jurisdiction) . Sitided a a If ae ~~ wold. it will a set om gem Socveniens Friday
= ste ie me place an a sam wm s u ieul, c
DIED P ‘ Cameron Wittetnen nea ae: UNDER the above Acts, the application to me. - apr a: we o eo
APPLEWAITE—-ST. CLAIR. -Stdanerel UNLIC SALES "Defendant. | Fancy Molasses Control = Mar- ROBERT CLIFFORD CHAPMAN
. oT. . Tsua vs.
eves 2 ee ae a we Ae Court in the, above sation dike | 4 eaen eae ee . S JASMINE GILL; FRANCES EUGENIE STUART & VICTORIA ISABEL BLACKMAN
this afternoon for the Westbury Ceme- AUCTION Sil persone, having ay Lefive Matice £0 lfancy molasses to be manutactur-| PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the parish 0°

and Island

give mere nourishment

















































































tery Friends are invited. ——— ms | interest in oF Ary fen = te ef Barbados containing by measurenen
be 5 + three acres and four perches or thereabouts butting and bounding o
a - Pc cnen hechial tena ion. UNDER THE SILVER oe = ta Key e - parcel lands now or late To ee now or inte of the ‘estate -
. a . S land known . om or tation, Is lat 1
aie Nathaniel, Clayton, Edward HAMMER as The Garden in the parish of Saint J. R. Husbands, on lands of Bowmanston, on lands aw or late os to help children row!
(brothers) of Lioyds Agents. James in this Island con! by ad. F. Codrington and H. J, Holder and on the Public Road or however oe er Ee eee
wé will sell on FRIDAY the isth a measurement two roods and else the same may butt and bound Together with the messuage o at
HOLDER—CLARA. Last night at her) Rebert Thom Ltd. Warehouse, Fairchild | Pounding on lands of Veronica Welch on dwellinghouse thereon called “Stuartvilie” and all other the erection: as en
residence “Emerald Vula”, heap- : . . im Gill, on lands formerly and buildings thereon erected and built standing and being with the GOOP.-
Si le funera will leave Beatrice Gibbs now one Yearwood =
residence at 4.30 o'clock atter- | 13 to enlesie dees Chat ae Bale of one Burnet! on lands formerly aw ie eek. WATURA te sD
noon for the Westbury atte. ~~ ot: tain “Sac hew beleaing Se 9ee DA : Septerber, 1950 oH iG ADG=
io = a & CO.,| Hinds on lands of Louise Agard and on H. WILLIAMS, A 2
pein o Catke Mrs. 3. Bullen and Auctioneers & public road or however else the same Registrar-in~ ' tu a
13.9.50—2n. | May ‘Dutt “ana "bound ‘to bring "before me ee a GUICK MRALTH
— account their said claims ane ui BREAKFAST
FOR SALE instructions of the Attor- | With their witnesses, documents and Boi! 2 ns af Water, Add ast u
: estate of Mr. Edw: vouchers, to be examined by me on any : b e + af weter, Add salt. Whee
(dee'd) I will sell_on FRIDAY isth at | Tuesday, or ry the hours - p oiling, add 1 cap of Quaker Oats,
A : oe Sa of 12 seen? oc 3 poy sg in = \Y a Cook tirting, fer 2%. minuws.
loon Car in good ing | afternoon, at the Office Clerk NS Tog Thee’ .
Ra a ad i Fa eg OS \ : =
i er and 1 ns . | Cour se, . .
Apply ©. 8. Smith, Kensington New Road | fant. “'Thems Cash. Me. oth day of September 1900, in order MONTREAL A‘ Ww ZRA- MORE miners
12,9,50—2n, | Eenzie: 5800-2. | oe = a ranked accord- LAND Line ‘Marre fe sees for strong benos and teoth
: (MLA.N.Z, »
ve ively; otherw: persons will MORE PROTEINS....... olen: wilh
VAN—10 horse Power esth Vea ts REAL ESTATE ae poet eae the TA a the oe “PORT WELLINGTON” arriving Mm s - for growth, solid Resh and muscle
Scott & Co., ‘Whiteparic. ng ¥: I offer See Deere. the a ot all * s.s. “GLO gale FB an- The M.V. “Daerwood” MORE CARBOHYDRATES for cazrcy ead enduronce
30.8, ff y
50—4.£.n. | for sale on, Thursday, 14th at 1 o'clock | | Claimants are also dwt they tle August Sist. Adelaide September ith 111 win accept Cargo and Pas- MORE vitamins (2, 00: turn fned inte “‘beily-teat”
ELECTRICAL Y.M.C.A. all the growing trees standing . the 20th tember, 1950, . h ber, , a -apeasneonesatensacis
on these lands. The successful buyers! at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar- sengers for St. Lucia, St
must remove same within 30 days in-| clai will be ° bados November 4th "
ELECTRIC WASH INES vs “9 Doge soa : ease i
win opiaiee VARIES, MACHINES CMe aedSe nad. “haSoc ut | corese Magee Nan tie 20K day ARSE Nee ot sme, fo || Vincent, Grenade and Ari |
Canada We have only 2 of these | hammer. 4 ‘ ree : Tl. V. GIRES. Cargo accepted on through bills ve? i t !
A abet Wann coe’ ber wee teens Fee ib Se, (Ag.) Clerk of the Assistant lading with transhipment at Trinidad ba. Sailing Sunday 17th.
o! are in use iy. joneer. Court ados, \-
all giving 100% satisfaction. John F. 10.9. £0.—4n. ¥ t ————___ = roe Leew: aa
6.7.50.—3n ard and ard 1 s.
Hutson, Ltd. 4.9502. | -———— For further particulars apply:— B.W.L, Schooner Owners |,
The undersigned will be set up for sale mova Ballet FURNESS co. LTD. Asso, (Inc)
RADIOGRAM — 5 valve Pye. In good Pye. In good | 2t thelr Office No: 17 High Street, Trinidad, B.W.1. r r *
condition. Apply by letter to M. A.| Bridgetown, on Friday, the 22nd day. of CIAL SALE f Tel. No. 4047
Lynch, Whitehall, St. Michael. eee 1950, the Sugar Works Plan- y DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
10.9.50—4n Lo THE . Pupils are notified that classes will Barbados, B.W.I.
MAXWELLS.
of antes together by nha â„¢ COURT OF commence at 9.15 a.m., on Saturday next co
POULTRY tion 198 ACRES. (Bquitable .50,—3n. eo ee ee
ACREA: in Plant Canes — 3% John
dares. id Cameron Whi °
CREA: in Ratoons — 25 Acres. .
ACREAGE in Preparation — 38¥,| NOTICE is Abcou Steamship (0
cres. virtue
size. Also a few pairs of good Modenas.| There will also be sold with the said | Court of
All Pure-Bred from Prizewinning Stock.| Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2) June, 1950, 9nc.
SHEARN, Garrison. Dial oO olan a Mitch Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel- 2 - P
.9."50.. . art. ‘lerk
For further particulars and conditions | Appeal at the ‘
MISCELLANEOUS, | ° “Otis SatFORD'R co... | sea i _—
BUS & TRUCK TYRES de by . " x "dos
Henley of England. We hae ie few - 8.9.50—13n N.O, B'dos
32 x 6 remaining which cannot be re-| ~So,pea win acemiing Micldande |i
placed to be sald at. todas" ice. |. SHARES with Accruing Dividends:— |i" the
There is no better tyre peal zw the 50 Shares in Barbados Shipping & Trad-| in the pai
world. John F. Hutson Ltd. Ly. 00-4 Tees) 1) Bares ts Fiamtations roods a and ae of a =— astues +"
14,9.50—2n. . Veronica on .
ne OO ee eter Sale bY | Gill on lands of Beatrice Gibbs WS FLASH ; . NE, Bees
CORN! CORN! CORN! Give your ic Competition at our Office. James| now one Yearwood on lands of one p ‘C. G, THULIN" ...... Ist September 12th September
poultry a Treat. Fresh Dried Indian SS eink Bridgetown, on Friday the 15th| Burnett on lands formerly of Lydia ' “BYFIORD” Sist Beptenber fag) Ooteper
Corn Ready Shelled. Griffith’s Rockley,} © paca ">s ” +) TAll now to one Hinds on LEATHER GOODS with |
—— - | road or however same butt ifts. ICE
DEMIJOHNS — Thirty (30) Covered 13.9.50—3n. | and bound, and if not then the nase Senrene S SOUTHBOUND
Clear Glass Demijohns 12% Gals. Capa- said be set up for sale FLOWER PATTERN | Sails Sails Arrives
city. Rum Dealers should be interts-| ee eat Government Debentures | on ae Weiday betenen tee GLASS Name of Ship Montreal Halitax Barbados
° lows:— same hours unt same sold a
Ee , 1 2100 bear terest sum ; For Front Doors. S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" ~— September Ath, September 11th. September 2st
kstein Bros 10.9.50—-8n. SGA bearing: in oO OR ee Ge ao at ben ie. — AT 8.8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” — September 22nd.September 25th. October Sth
GRAMOPHONE RECORD Collection. 3 @ £200 bearing interest at 3%% 1. Vv. cers, OHNSON’S NE eee
Classical and semi classical. Approx- due 1954 " (Ag.) Clerk of the J and Sainkans RY, NORTHBOUND
imately 300 records. To be sold Complete. 1 @, £100 bearing interest at 3¥4% of . Sere
y vr! oO : 4 yneh, e Ta
Whitehall, St, Michael, 10.9.50—4n, 1 @ £100 bearing interest at 314% 5.8; ALGOA PIONMBR” - September, 1th. Zor Bt. Lawrense Bie ee
a e 5 cto} a ny or . ” ,
PEAS—LIN CAN Fresh Garden Peas The above debentures will be set GOV E NME “A” Steamer October 2ist. For St, Lawrence River Por
Fresh suppli@s may now be had from] at public competition at the office bo R NT NOTICE “A” Steamer October 3ist. For St. Lawrence River Ports.

your grocer. 14.9.50—2n.

RECORD ALBUMS for 10-inch and for



& CO., LTD y ws
10.8.50—t.f.n PUBLIC NOTICES . 2. This Truck can be seen ut the Pine Plantation any week day This means that wear is
One hand operated BACON SLICING eins. between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. or on Saturdays between better distributed—and
MACHINE. Apply B, V. Scott & Co., the hours of 9.00 a.m.,and 11.00 a.m. correspondingly slower. ‘The

Ltd., Whitepark . 13.9.50—t.f.n.

YAWL—"Frapida” approx.
long with Gray Marine
conditii

ion $3,000 — a
J. R. Edwards. Phone

37% feet
e. Good

Apply
15.8.50—T.F 1.



FOR RENT



the undersigned on iy next the
15th instant at 2.00 p.m. Carrington &
Sealy, Lucas Street. 13.9,50—3n







Public Official Sale

The Provost Marshal’s Act (1904-6) 30)

at the hour of 2 o'clock
afternoon will be sold at my office to
the highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value.

All that certain Land con-
taining about 4,720 square feet of which
area 720 Square Feet form part of a

piece of





TENDER FOR MOTOR TRUCK

Tenders are invited for the purchase of a Ford V-8 5-tom Motor

Truck 1945 model.

3, Tenders should be addressed to the Director of Agricultur







e,

Department of Agriculture, and should reach the office not later than
rose’ Friday the 1th day of September | 4.00 p.m. on Friday the 15th September, 1950.



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The new Dunlop Fort has a
GREATER TREAD AREA
in contact with the road,

tyre’s ‘ bite’ is increased be-
cause there are more tread
edges to resist skidding. The
wider, flatter tread also
harmonises with modern car
body design, adding Distine-
tive Appearance to the many
other features which make

private Road hereinafter mentioned si- the new Fort the Ane tyre
5 tuate in the Parish of Christ Church, ] y * r } ,
ROU on tant OF “at © ‘3 WILLIAM FOGAR LID ito Se vo ae Sa on ees
“EVANTON” Top Rock. Unfurnished. on lands Estate of F. A. Layne . e
2 Bedrooms, Dining Roow, Lounge,| (dec’d) and on on a
Tiled Baths, Two ouverte peace, pie zens teen oe ae a % =
Available from Ist October on| to the Pub °
Monthly Basis or Long Lease. Dial| Gap, together with the or (Inc. in Br. Guiana)
4683 or 2728. 13.9.50—5n. | Dwelling houses, &e.,
ake NOTICE

HOUSE — Ashton-on-Sea. Maxwell
. Fully Furnished. Con-

taining Four Bedrooms, Drawing and

Dini R a dah Overlooki TWENTY FIVE CENTS (94,887.25). At-
Dining Rooms. Gralan conveniences | tached from EDLA VIOLET JOHNSON will not be open for business from Monday, 18th September
: ia Me eee oe antil Monday, 2nd October, this being the annual holiday for

Dial 3607. 10.9,50—5n.

“MARISTOW" Maxwell Coast, Fully



Cc. B, RICE & CC.,
Bolton Lane



POULTRY—White Leghorns, trios con-
at Tonk tae ae ae een Pullet
an -mont en, r trio; also
MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS — &
months old in trios. Price according to] A




towards satisfaction, &c.
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Available from Ist November. Dial 4 ave "preven tonresoll Our Office, Stores Department and Gasoline Station will cgi
13.9,50—5n. " i as
- ROUN TOE CL echt Bt. vc fates be open for business as usual. \{ ECKSTEIN BROS. ~— Bay Street
SPACIO _ ar! *
ite D. M. Simpson & Co. For; ——
further” poriicuiags. Appi W. 8. Tut NOTICE JUST RECEIVED COLE & CO, LTD.
chinson oO. . )
8.9.50—6n, as
. -hool =~ ——— — oe - > = rm anraneens
ieee opens son Tuseday” the Toth of Septem + S.S. ecm thoes Coot & June Crest ye sarees aan =
i Oe BS: Bart (pees uge shipment 0 , O95 S9CPCOOOPO POS OPPSPOOOO nh ‘ x
New bo: ho ha t been already x
. WANTED examined” shou preset theranven, fr Tremendous Bargains in SILKS, ART SILKS ? ‘ FOR SALE
rance amination on *
A ee : NEW STOCK OF i ee
COOK--On perienc * pple .
Mrs. W s Howell, Golden Ridge Secretary, . 1
Plantation, St. George. 12.9.50—-3n. Governing Body, 100 pieces of VARIOUS CREPES all different Y D E
LADY—Used to writing up accounts Fo an colours and designs 36” wide on $1.87 yd. Paynes Ba St J
d Keeping books. If able to type yy —_ x ames.
a advantage. Interesting and pleasant 100 i ART SILKS ri colours an d
work. Apply by letter in first instance pieces , Various hid deuleees, Somesb i. bindeicierd malik ‘ot caesal Yetetis: file wlek a
K. F. K. c/o Advocate. 13.9.50—2.| BARBADOS GENERAL designs 36” wide ........... ... $1.80 yd. ot grounds and enjoys a very fing view over the bay. There are 3 |
50— x vedrooms (wit! sin 2 icunges, dining room, gallery; kitchen
MAN WANTED—To assist in our IT HALIBORANGE 4. detuches storereom and s€rvants' quarters, ‘There are
Cutting Room. Some experience es- HOSP’ ‘AL 36” TAFFETA PLAIDS in several BYMIN AMARA wired Sr ara 11 He) at eae ae ee see
sential. Appty by letter, wees $2.28 yd. } LIQUID PARAFFIN SYRUP OF FIGS, i and flowering shrubs. Reduced from £5,000 to £3,800 for a quick

to rent, one or two years, St. John, St.
Josept, St. George, St, Philip. Write

Box 33, c/o Advocate Co.

13 ,9.50-——2n SEALED TENDERS will be re- pai
GALES GIRL who speaks Spanish. |ceived at the Hospital up to 12 We have only mentioned these, but they RUSKS—Baby’s First Solid Food }
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Australia Discuss

Tests With W. Indies

iz Commitiee Reports Today

THE Australian - Cricket

‘the West Indies. The committee is to complet
-\ its report for dis cussion bs he
bee ard te+morrow
Mr. W. H. Jeans, Secretary of
Pep-Drugs oo Board said that the approach
| for the matctes, in e ther country
P. S rt Iwas made by the West indie
ose po. Ss cricket authorities.
Cricket circles here !
Problem be‘ieve that if the Boa: ret
, It

By CHAPMAN PINCHER |
BIRMINGHAM

PT DRUGS, which may be
able to boost the speed and en-
durance of racehorses, grey-
hounds, and athletes to a degree
never possible before, have been
discovered accidentally during
medical experiments, I

from British Association scientists
meeting here

Sports officials will have diffi-
culty in settling the controversial
question whether such drugs
should be banned or not, since they
fall into the category of “tonics”

British racing authorities sus-
pect that some French and Irish
trainers are
lar use of one of these drugs. which
is in commercial
medical purposes

If the drugs are
track officials may be unable to
stop unscrupulous trainers using
them. The drugs oecur naturally
in small amounts in any healthy
animal's body being set free by a
pair of small glands, called adre-
nals, located near the kidneys. So
a chemical test showing the pres-
enee of the drugs in an animal’s

banned, race-

blood could not prove they had
been injected
De-Pep-2
The research which led to the

discovery of the pep-drugs has
also disclosed the existence of
highly effective dope-drugs. These
the scientists tell me, could be
given to slow down a racing ani-
mal without fear of detection,

A National Greyhound Racing
Club veterinary surgeon with
whom I spoke recently, urged
me to withhold the names of all
the drugs. They would remain
effective, he told me. even if given
well in advance of the two pre-
race hours during which grey-
hounds must be under the contro]
of track officials.

Vets have already taken precau-
tions to keep details of the experi-
ments and dosages out of the
technical journals, But I am per-
mitted to say that the action of
the drugs was discovered during
experiments concerned with the
new anti-rheumatism agents called
ACTH and cortisone.

Tests have shown that an injec-
tion of one of the pep-drugs can
double the distance dogs and other
animals can run before they are
exhausted.

De-Pep-1

The astonishing versatility of
the new substances is demonstrat-
ed by further facts reported by
scientists here. Small doses of
ACTH-—an injection which stimu-
lates the adrenals to set free extra
amounts of their juices—have
proved to be the most rapid sober-
ing-up treatment for severe in-
-toxication yet discovered.

ACTH was given to six patients
with D.T.’s (delirium tremens) at
a New York hospital. All showed
dramatie improvement within
three to ten hours compared with
the two to three days taken by
standard treatments.

Veterinary surgeons are rather
hoping that further research will
show that the pep-drugs have
damaging after effects on animals
if given over a long period. This
would restrict their use on valu-
able racehorses and greyhounds,
they believe.

But that danger has not stopped
some French racehorse trainers

iving small doses of arsenic “to
improve the wind,” vets tel! me.



Compton Retires
From Football

LONDON, Sept. 12.

On the eve of his departure
for Australia with the M.C.C.
cricket team, Denis Compton,
England and Middlesex cricketer
and Arsenal footballer, announced
his retirement from football,

_ Paying a tribute to Compton's
footballing ability, the Arsenal
manager Mr Tom Whittaker

said, “I am certain that had the
war not intervened, Denis would
have joined the small band whc

have represented their country at

«both cricket and football”,
Compton, now 32, has won oth

a League Championship medal

and a cup winner’s medal during

his career with Arsenal.

v —Reuter,





Board of Control
pointed a special committee to report on the proposed}
series of Test matches in 1951—52 between Australia and

lit should be played | in
because of the better inancia}
ti rospects
J. Mard, writ eM
ourne “Herald”

learned | return the 1930/31 visit by sending

already making regu-j

production for |



‘(hel haa

SYDNEY, Sept. 13

to-night ap-

o the series, they wi'l ux

Australi:







“It is believed that the Wect
Indies are wi'ling to send a team
to. Australia, perhaps in 1951/52,
but would prefer Australia to



4 team to the West Indies”
—Reuter

Empire—Leeward
Must Replay Game

“HE Board of Management ot

the B.C.A, at their meeting yes-
teiday discussed the Second
Division dispute between Lee-
ward C.C. and Empire C.¢

lt was decided to write the
Leeward C.C, telling them that

they should have played out the
miatch and protested afterwards,
Both teams w ll be told that the
match will be replayed at the ena
of the season if necessary.

It was also suggested that all
clubs should be written and in-
formea that in case of dispute
they should play first and pro-
test afterwards

The dispute arose out of the
second day of the game between
Empire and Leeward at Fosters
The Emp re players were travel-
ling to Fosters by lorry, accom-

5 by the two umpires, but
to an they dio
no* arrive until 2,10
p.m. when play have be-
gun at 1.30 p.m,

Although the

accident
at Fosters
should



Emp re skipper

explained the position to the
Leeward captain, the latter re-
fused to play. A protest was
staged but the match was not

claimed by either side

The Secretary was informed to
wr te the Amateur Athletic Asso-
ciation of Barbados acknowledg-
iig the receipt of a cheque for
$200 which represents the B.C.A.’s
siare of the gate receipts for the
list AA.A.B. acting.

A letter was read from Mr
Ilarold Kidney, Secretary of P ck-
wick Club, stating that he could
not make any arrangements for
the 1951 B.A.F.A. season as he
cid not receive any reply to a4
letter sent to the BA.F.A

The Board also considered draft
rules of the West Indies Cr cket
Roard of Control Submitted by
Jamaica along with amendments
offered by a Sub-Committee.
Fresent for these discussions was
Mr. K. L. Wishart, Secretary of
the British Guiana Cricket Board
of Control,



Jamaica Trounce
Barbados Again

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 13

Jamaica continued their win-
ning streak when Sturdy and
Farquharson scored convincing
wins over Manning and D. E.
Worme ia reverse singles tonight
at Georgetowr. Cricket Club
lawns. Sturdy stole the spotlight
with powerful back hand and
forehand drives. As previously,
ois play at half-court .was again
beautiful and on several occasions
caught his opponent out of posi-
tion, Sturdy drew applause with
several powerful smashes and only
one smash ball went into the net.
The first set finished with the
score 6—1 after eight minutes
play but Manning put up a dour
fight in the second set which saw
hot serving from both players.
With the score 5—-3 in favour of
Manning, Sturdy with graceful
drives across court and beautiful
back hand play quickly equalised
and went past his opponent, Man-
ning came back to make the score
six all but Sturdy again domin-
ated and clinched the set which
lasted 25 minutes 8—6. The final
set saw little opposition from
Manning and finished in 15 min-
utes with the score 6—1. Farqu-
harson won his watch with scores
6—2, 6—2, 6—4. His service has
been the best seen for the tour
and on many occasions he had his
opponent playing into the net.
Dp. E. Worme tried throughout,
but lacked finish. Jamaica quali-
fied for the finals. B.G. will play
lrinidad tonight.



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UP FOR FIGHT | British Marines

For Korea

TOKYO, Sept. 13.

\ Tue first British Royal. Marine
Company for the Korean battle-
‘iremt arrived in Japan by air
yesterday from. London

Others were coming in to-day
elt wearing civilian clothes

ihe marines are being shifted

cm Singapore.



, ort to a large United States bas
on the coast and immediately gu.
down to hard training.

Ceneral MacArthur’s Headquar-
ters has not announced the pres-

fence of Eritish marines here.
Their specific mission in Koren
‘is a closely guarded secret.

j —Reuter.



| 3 Killed In Crash

x EN /ROVINCE, Sept. 1s,
pple were killed
when a French military plane
cr “a to-day at Les Milles air-
fieli near Aix En Province.
YOUNG BASSIN of Martinique is here seen signing articles yesterday for his intercolonial fight with The three were the crew of the
KID RALPH (seated next to him), middleweight champion of Barbados. The fight is scheduled for French military Nord-

October i7th at the Yankee Stadium.

Others in the picture are left to right: Standing—Ben Jones (Ralph’s Manager), Luther Fields (Pro.
Hihictnnde of the fight), Claude Ramsay (Boxing Correspondent) and Raphael Herbert (Bassin's Manager).

Civic Welcome Planned
For W.L. Players

lunch and later an official dinner
{for the local representatives,
At this dinner there should be



WHEN nine members of the
West Indies team to England
arrive here, as scheduled, on



October 2, (Bank-Holiday), they|two representatives from each

may be given a reception remin-j club, a representative from each t

iscent of that accorded Princess }sports erganisation’ in the island KHAN
Alice and the Earl of Athlone} and also players who have in the

earlier this year.

The Board ot Management of
the Barbados Cricket Association
at their meeting in the George
Challenor Pavilion at Kensington
yesterday evening discussed the
type of reception that the players |
should be given but did not com-
mit itself to any definite proposal

Instead, a Sub-Committee con-
sisting of Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
Mr. E, D. Inniss and Mr. W. K
Atkinson was elected and it was
suggested that they should seek
the approval of Government to
give the team a public reception,

The players who will arrive
here by the S.S. Matina on October
2 are: Messrs. John Goddard,
(Capt.), Everton Weekes, Clyde
Walcott, Roy Marshall, Prior
Jones, Lance Pierre, Gerry Gomez.
Kenny Trestrail and Robert Chris-
tiani. They leave England on Sep-
tember 23





Messr.. Jach sianey, Freddie
Clairmonte and Jeffrey Stoll-
meyer are expected to leave Eng-
land by the Gelfito on October 5,
Alf Valentine will be leaving by
the S.S. Ariguani, direct for Ja-
maica, on September 23, while
Hines Johnson will leave by an-
other ship for Jamaica on October
q;

Worrell and Ramadhin are go-
ing to India with the Common-
wealth team, while Allan Rae and
“Boogles” Williams are remaining
in England to study.

Mr. Eric Inniss said that
Committee should interview the
Colonial Secretary and get the
co-operation and approval of the
Governor

He said that the team should be
met on board the Geolfito by the
Sub-Committee and brought
ashore in a Government launch.
They should land at the Chember-

the



lain Bridge and then be led across
the Seuare to the Publie Building
yard where they would te met
by Hi Excellency, members ot

the House of Assembly and L
islative Council and others

After that they should be plz abet
in open vehi les, and accompanied |
by the Police Band, they should |
be driven through the main streets
of the. City. Following: this |
arrangements will be made for |



P.T, As Tour
Necessity

|
THIS is the appointment
would like te cee advertised a
filled before our cricketers leave
for Australia says Sportsman’s
Diary.
His authority should «. 9 in-
clude such matters diet and
‘lights out.”
Have past
100 per cent fit? I
is not that
heavily or
night But
1)
‘

touring sides been
think not. It
have drunk
stayed out half the
these days best re-
sults can only be obtained by
properly trained athletes.
Cricketers, unlike
have no organised training
ought to

the men

footballers,
They

WANTED—a PT
to accompany
touring team to
tralia; to have
plete charge
out tour to enforce
among men not
ing in a match

expert
MCC
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com-
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THl RSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 150 BABBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. DIED \rriim\n>—%i rui Ht> Ou>>e..i I*, v. hi. Mte reeMeeir*. Oeslsteru < Maad. Carrina^on Village. M • IB inn afternoon for in> WOBaaHary Cl Nn FrierM* ar* rnvtaaa Soft. riorei.r* App lewa.se .'..MTI.-II. Daphne, Paulas* tarsi. Nathaniel. Clayton U %  broil.rr>> H > LM.AKA. Last tiiihl at hei I funeral WfW INV* her late rfaUann at <* .(!< %  true •M" far th* WMM Trlenie ar* Hmiad H o Clark* Mr. J J. atullen and Fa %  -.... FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE OITI. KADBT CARM—M In Apply O S. Smith. Km VAN —10 horse power Austin Van In perfect working order Apply D V Scott at Co Wnltepark. D ,i Mt3 90 I 4 n ELECTRIC A I. WASHING MACHLNES with *plrvdri*r Made* by Mayfair of Canada We have only 2 of the** remaining MM* the price la MO each A number of thee* ara In uaa %  ocaUr. %  II iiMiil 100', Hlwractloti John T lluteon. LM. 14 t BB-Sn RADIOGRAM — S valve Pye In good condition Apply by letter to H A. Lynch. Whitehall, SI. Michael. 10 0 SO—n PI lll.lt SALES UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER By mommanajalkana of Llovd. Arrau. •a willlaall MI PKIDAY ihe lOUt at eVbart Tnoen LM Warehouse. Falrchlld Olivet 10 Baa* CVRRANTO a> RAUINS. Bale UJvo clock Tarrcu. C ash MAMI1 TROTH AN CO 11 9 %  ructions of the Attorney of t he aetat* of Mi tdetrdi I will aall an ntlDAY lath it 1 p m rOIX* OARAM BAY STRUT I Hum bar Saloon Car In good working order a leu 1 Chevrolet Sal nan Cat in Sfod working order end I Ship* Selant Theme Caah H Archer M. Kf.FI OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS 0* THB ASSISTANT COURT Or aJOBAt Jottn B baa m on. PteanttaT. Cameron iThitttanlrv Jordan. IMfOBBBM DC para* am %  f an Order In V — Court In th* afsove ecliun made on the ORh Bay of Just*. IBM 1 give notice to all paraona herrtn* any aalate. rfht at Mtereat er aw Hen or .nrumbrenre aBa rtl aa, all thai certain piece or parcel of Lend sstuete in the Dtab-Ht known •a The Oarden m ih*> pariah of Saint Jamaa in thi. M l a n d nanHlalraf by ad•nedeiiremeat two roadi bwtlaM and. bcAuidind an handof Veron.ce Welch ox laa aja af Bl a r ah cm. ON landa tormaiiy Mafji Mi of l.ydi. Hind. a. larada M Leulee Aajard %  a Dubltr read ar however els* thai %  mar butt and bound ta brtJafl M account of their easd cli Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Export AcU 1937 aV. 1939 UNDER Uv* abovr Act*. uiO fancy UolBnM-a Control and fclnrKolinti Board baa submitted followiis, rwvMod allocation fancy rnolassan to be rrtanutevturod for tru* purpwfa? of fxoou by the plantations and fartonas nasoYeo, for th* approval al %*. tVovOBfhBJ HI-EXffCUtlVtr ContTlUHa* Thcso ...turatiom are subUvt to B prwval by the Govf-rnorInrcullv* Corrunlttee ot ibe expiration of aeven days frorn the date of this publication:.— ml PlanUlion Wine REAL ESTATE r UaMfucttona reCTlyed 1 %  ale on Thuraday. IUl i -akeRalf. riafeld <••> aame wilhli with thatr W i n dOMdreanta and Edwaidn voiarhen. to be ajaa wn i n ad by ana on any 1 Tuesday, or PrMay between the hour* of 11 taeoni and S o'clock In Iha afternoon, at the OfBce of the Cterk of the Aaalatani Court it Appeal at the Court Houaa, Bridgetown, before 'he SMb. day >f Bap t awu n r IBM. In order ilurl auch clainta may bo ranked according to th* natural and priority thereof reanertlvaly: olherwlae auch prraona will BO aawa l aaid from the benefit of the %  aid Decree and be deprived of all Halm an or agalnat th*) uld laroparty Claitnanta ar* alao notfeStd iM they muat %  (tend the aald Court on Wadnaaday, th* Stth day of fMstarnber. 1M0. at 10 o'clock a m whan then aald claim, will b* ranked divan under my hand thu of June. IBM I o'clock BBBjiooMa rrei atandtng %  aful buyera M day inon Ihla day %  aa fat! of R ARCHER Mc KKtl',..Z. Aurl rri MS'0—4 'AC 1 Clark of the Aeeletan Court of Appeal POULTRY POL'l.TRY White Uihorni. trloa eon%  Uttng %  •month Cockeiel. i-monlh Pullet %  %  !. H.-.i. u II* per Trio. .1... MAMMOTH BRONZr. TirRKKYS !" 8monthi oM In trloi Price acmntlng In rlr* Alao a few pair"I go.*) Modenai AM Purr-llred ftim Priiewlnnlng Btoek SHEARS'. Gautvoii Dial 04S1. • I 'M —Jr.. MISCELLANEOUS Bl'S A TRt'CK. TYREB made t>" rlaadaa af r.^i.nd w, t, JV . f. if I nmmnlng which cannot b* re. placed lo be aold at todn^'i price There > %  no bettor tyr* mad* in thi world. John p Hirtam Ltd CORN' CORN' CORN! Gl your poult rv a Treat. Pia.h Dried Indian Corn Bawdy Shelled Qrimth Rockley. Chrlit Church. 11 B SO— 4n — Thirlv H Clear Olaaa D*ml)ohna II". Oala Capacity Rum rMaleri should be Inlerrar. M ISO s GWAMOPIIONE RECORD Collection. Claatlcnl and erml t lexical Appro.lmatel\ MO rerordi. To be aold Complete. Apply In writing lo M A Lynch, Whitehall. Si Michael 10 0 iO— 4>i PTA-t lagdai IV... rocordi. and w* have the record* too A. IIA 'tNTt v CO I.TT1 10 %  Ml f B One hand or>CTMrn BACON SLICING MACHINE Apply B. V. Steotl Co Ltd Whllepark IS 0 M— t I B vAWL"PrapMa" aporoat. Ella f*rt long with Gray Marina e>b|in* Good condftlan M.000 — a barfaln. Apply J. St. Edward*. Pbane MBO is %  ao T r H. FOR RENT HOUSES %  r.VANTON" Top Back, tjnfurnlihed 1 Bodroorn*. Dining rnmat. Lounge. Tiled Bath*. Two Servant*' RoomAvailable from lat of October M At.intiii Baaii or Long Leaar I>i-. 4A0S or EM. LS.S.M *n HOUSE — Aahton-on-OMo. Slaxwell Chrlat Church Pully Eumlahad Containing Pour Bedroom.. Drawing and Dining Rooma. Verandah Overlookmi th* aaa and all modern convrnlenr. Dial MO? MS M So The undcTilfnid will h* art u. 'or aal* 1b*f* Ornca No' IT SLMh dreet llrldgetown. on Friday, lb* Efnd o-y of September IBM the Sugar Worfci Plan. tatlona — CANE VALE and MAXWTUA Chrlat Church, conlalnl-ig together by w'lm. 1-on IM Af-RXACREAOE in riant CaneMS Acre*. ACREAOE In Ratoona — El Art — ACREAGE le Preparation MV, Acra. There will al.o be aold with 'he aald Plantalleni One Dodge Motor Lorry, S Milrh Cowa. I Mule and I email : -heel•d Carl For further luirtlculara and of aaia apply lo th* undaraigned COTTLE. CATrORD fa CO. 8* ML-I: BKAREa with Accruing DtyldcTtda: J* Shaiaa In Barbadol Shipping a Tr.d ina Co Ltd 10 Shares In Plant-lion: LM. The above Will be et up lo. Ml* b' Public Competllton at our Office Janui Street. Bridgatown. on Friday the 1MI of SautarnBH at S p m a I W CLARKE m CO Solicit or. 110.80—On r00 Rarbadoa Government Debeviturrs ri.adc up aa fotio l 8> aUOS baarlnc inMraat at B i 1S% I due S 8/ carat bearing interest i al UN I ClOO bearing |nt*r**t at I".* due 10S4 I 8 the highest Bidder at the OSM* of Hi* Clerk of th* AaaiaMnt Court M Appeal at the Court ftouaa. BrMaMosen. Ijetwean th* hour* of IS IBOom and S o'clock In th* af terno on an nldai Oa* and day of B opte tn kar. IBM. all that rerlein piece or parcel of land situate in th* Dtatnct known aa Th* OarBaa m th* pariah of M Jaaaaa In thle uland containing by admeaaiuement two roods butllng and bounding on lands M Veronica Watch on landa of Blanc* Gill on landa formerly .>f Beatrice Olbba now on* Taarsrood on landa M on* ii .i i.-ti on landa fiirtnarty of l.ydia %  nil now bato r aa fri g u> ona Hind, on landa of Leute* Agsao and on a public road or however eta* th* same Bear bust and bound, and If not then aosi IB* aald p t oa w i J will bo eat up far aato OB *vscy auccaadbag Friday ttitwaiB th* same hours until th* aamr .. aold for Ih day of June I8S0 I T. OtKEB. Clark of lb* naaUian Court of Appeal %  n i tin safHie CUS Colleton Fair View rrere PUfrim Glbboru Harrow Ktandal Moncrioffe Newton Spencers OaUooa. 7M.101 3-tS.Ol 1 394.336 804.T2 175.114 41S.883 290.1B4 S3" 803 201,104 48?.52a 184 470 T P rACTOUKB Andrews Sandy Lane Total 14 9 50— ID. 62hir94 2:'H.0OfJ Anna Broiova Rallfl TODAY'S NEWS FLASH 1.1 Aim K GOODS with BARBAIsOS I Mill I.M Ideal far Souvrnlr Gift* FLOWER PATTERS GLAHg For Fran l Doon. — AT JOHNSON'S STATIONERY aavd HAKDWARE GOVERNMENT NOTICE TEHDER E0R MOTOR TRUCK Tenders are Invited for the purchsse of a Ford V-l 5-ton Motor PURlalC NOTM'ES I a. This Truck can be seen at the pitre Plantation " week day ^_^___^__ j bcrtweani ths hours of 9 00 a.m and 8.00 p.m. or on Saturdays betwocn the hours of 0.00 a.m.,and 11.00 a.m 3. Tenders should be addre s oad to the Director ot Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, and should reach the office not later than 4.00 p.m. on Friday the 15th September, 1850. Public Official S*k The Provoat Marsh. MARISTOW" Ma.well Coa-t. Fully rurnlahed All mods Available from lat November BSaACIOt'S OFTaCE eppoell* D M. SUnspaoa further |>.riirulare Apply ihloson A Co. DMI 4484 1804. I day of Bet>lem<>*r i 8 B'rlocVin .fh. -. .lid at my office to the highest bidder for any sum not under the appraised value All that certain piece of Land cotitalnini about 4.780 square feat of which area TM Rquare Feet form part of a private Road hereinafter mentioned alluate In the Parish of Christ Church Hulling und bounding on thMO aafMB .. l-nd> of Ihe Estate of P A. L**B* idec'dl and on th* fourth ssde on a I>-lvato road eighteen feet wide leading M the Public Rood called SB. Matthias '.up. together with th* m*aauaae or Dwelling house*. Shop Building., arc. .ippralaed a* follows;— The -ruil.property appraised lo FOUP. IHOt'SANIt F.WJHT HirNDREI) AND KIOHTY STtXV DOIJARB AND TWENTY FIVE CENTS MOT **' Att..rhed fiom EDI-A VIOIJBT JtftlNSON (Of EDLA VIOLET SMITH) for and inwards satisfaction. Ac N D *>% DeiKisit to be paid on dav f punhas* Sgvl T T HEADIXV Provost Mar aha II SB %  :..?,.. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD (Inc. in Br. Guiana) WANTED HELV COOK—On Experienced Cook Mra W S Howel PlanUUon. SI Oeorgi Appl. Golden Ridge "i-Sn. LA.DY -t'ard to writing up aceounW and Keeping bonka II able lo type an advantage Interesting and plea s a n t work Apply by lattar in Brat I X F K .co Advocate 18 8 MAN WANTED—To asist in ou Cut tinRoom. Bom* ostperienc* m armtuii Apply tietwr. C B KiiX a cc.. Bo it on Lw I 13 S.I 14 B -fln MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE—English Family requires House to rent, one or two Tear*. 81 Johi Joaept. St G*org*. St Philip Bo* 89. • o Advocate Co. 10. USED POSTAGE STAMPS Caoh paid for used poetag* stamps or H you eider, snerehandlaa such as Fount mi pens, cameras etc can be sent to (• %  change Dual" Farnam. 6344 A Hot I. Van Nays. California. USA LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Th* apeucalson of In Cllender holder of Lluunr Ucenv Ho 8M "I ISM granted H Esclrri H King u< reapect ..I ind noo. of a Ihree .lorn Wall building k Colonial Hotel. Tudor Street, for %  on to use said license st premie— Hoard and Shingle shop at Upper OHlymore Hock. St MKha*l Deled that 181h day of fseptrrobet. 1M 1, —. A. Mel .BOD. Esq P..liee Magiat NOTICE The Autumn 1 of tne Lodg* School ,h* 18th of September. ISM a I t M a m law boys who have not been h r-d mined should present themsrlvee for Entrance Examination on Mor.da). lath of September al 10 o'ekx-k a.m CYJUI. E aTI^UT*Baaiaury. Governing Bode. Lodge School IStSO-Sn Disir "A" BUmed SYDWEY CAtJJBsDEH for AppIKai N B Thu application will be !" „cd .1 a I-c*nalng Court to be %  —lie* Court. District %  A' on ason 38th day of September I MO. a rid „...>. I. A. Mr LAUD. PolK* Maginrate. Dist. "A" 14 8 SO—li Foot Itch Healed in 3 Days *Do your feet Itch, smart and bnrn pa Nutly that th-y neiirly drive yo* craayT Do** the akin crnck. p—1 or bleed* Th* real cauar of three akin trouble* la a germ that has sir. ud thrnughou* th* world, and Ii railed varioua name* such aa A'hlei-'a Knot. Singapore Itch, bheby Ith You can't grt rid nf the trouble until you remove the gorSB cauee. A new dlacovery. ralli-d Niaoderm. amp. the Itching In 7 mlnub BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12 %  clock noon on Wednesday. 20th Stptember. 1950, lor suppl>ing niilclca lu the following llnea for a period of six months from 1st October. ltfSO:— ,1) FRESH BREAD (2) ALCOHOL. (3) COFFINS, and providing HEARSE for the burial of the dead at the Westbury Cemetery. 14) PURE FRESH MILK. Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application to the S*NT0tary of the Genoa! Hospital and tenders will not b*entertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Hospital All articles furnished shall bo ot the best qunllty and be subject to the approval of the Medical Superintendent whose decision i hall be final In regard thereto. Persona teiidrrinr nui-t submit Bt tsW linir or tendering letters from two other persona ktKtwn lo psMsoeas property, expressing their wlllintnerta to t>e...mr bound aa sureties for the fRlnlment of the) eantrscS Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained on application at the General Hospital. W GOODMAN. Secretary 14 9.50—3n. Attention Ladies JUST RECEIVED By S.S. BrookhurM—Moou Crel & June Creot Huge shipment of TEXTILES. Tremendous Bargains in SILKS. ART SILKS & CREPES 100 pieces of VARIOUS CREPES all different colours and designs 3(" wide $1-17 yd. 100 pieces ART SILKS, various colours and designs 36" wide IMI yd. .18" TAFFETA PLAIDS in several colours **•** yd. We have only mentioned these, but they are several others to select from. CHANCERY SALE The i %  gina u iitioned p r operty will be set up for sale al ibUc 8V..Miners. Brldaatsea between 18 apaa aaa) t p • Mr t redsed betos. If not than soM. II will be set up en a Retftetratien OfBce aa ad an %  >..-. surreedltaf Frida> %  nil partlralan ot BOBEUT rt.lFFORD CHAPMAN JABMINE GILL. FRANCES ECCiENlI STUART A VICTORIA ISABEL BLACKMA PBOPIBIT ALL THAT nretaus place er parrel of land sstuate m Ih* parts*. r tharnabauts butting and bauaMmi %  Millet, on lersat i... M late ( i af Pee SapaaaaO. en leases M Tadda Plantation, on landa aww or late J R Muabaasda. on land. M Baweaaaatan, on lands n*w or lai. i E Codriaassm and II J Holder and en live Fuhn. Rued or lwv.>. > else the same ma* bull and baund Together with th* mesauaar tIwelllnalsoi.ee thereon islled Stitertvllle and all .'her the erecti.and biUMinga therevn .reeled and built .tending and belna ultn U H WIUIA Reg..trar-in t Hh Beo*MT 1 • frh Sep.., SHIPPING NOTICES MOMTBSAL AIITI.L.H MEW EBAIdaM* UNI LsSaTTBB (M.A.M-1. urn B • •'POSIT WE1J.INOTON an... it Barbados Bawernher 8Tth aa aU'UCEHTEH sails Fteen^n. IM August list. Adelaide %  %  gliaatai ll.h. Beasterrber IMh. Melt--irn* Urd Sydne> SMh Sept ember kriabanr October 4th. arrivingat Bar sMoa Noteeaber 4th These teaei'la base ample spare for chilled, hard frnren und general cargo Cargo accepted on through hills "* dang win, transhipment at Trinidad t Bul-daa. Mrltlah Oulaiia. Wlndard and Ircw.nl ISIBIHIB For further particulars apply Fl'RNEBB WITHY m CO LTDTrinidad. B W.I The M V "DBerwood" will accept Cargo and Pasaen ffa rs for St Luna. St V'liKvnl. (•iciiada and Am ba. Sailing Sunday I7iwranee Bi.er P.n For SI. l^twrenc* lllvn !>> rer S*. iJiwrancr Hivn l* have limited pssaeatlgar IEBT TIIOM LTD.--Hew York \m. MI. #//#; When you older from .... THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM we deliver by Motor Van Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets. NOTICE We bt'H to notify nur customers that our Repair Dt-piirlment will not be open for business from Monday, lath MMsmbei jntil Mondav. 2nd October, this being the annual boll the Stair. However there will be a skeleton staff on ilulv tfj take care of emergencies. Our Office, Stores Department antl Gasoline Station will be open for business as usual COLE & CO., LTD. /////W/.V.W/AW.V/.V NEW STO€'K OF BVMIN AMARA HAUBOSANOE %  %  l.ltJL'ID PARAFFIN SYHIP OF 1108 sad RUSKS—Baby's Firil Solid Food Also a variety of CIGARS Showing At ... OLYMPIC FHIDAV ONLY 4.45 and 1.15 P.M. KrpublhPtrtHi-es Stadlaa PresenM "THE RED MENACE" Which is so shocking that it was mined behind sealed doors of Republic Studios in Hollywood, is being hailed as the most talked about drama of our time This picture rips away the veil of secrecy which has covered events which are happening right in our own back yard Starring . Robert ROCKWELL—Hanno AXMAN-Hetty U>u GERSON Barbara FULLER— Shepard MENKEN SATURDAY. St'NDAY and MONDAY 4.3C and 1.15 P.M 20th Century FOE IVeublr Randolph SCOTT—Bill WILLIAMS—Jane NIGH in PLAINFIGHTING OH LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of O B Milla trading as O. S Millar of Baa-ten l.'Mgetown. purchaser of IMjuoe llcer.se No TH of 18M granted la Lilian Beet In reapect of the ground noor of a wooden building situated at Charnocka Lend Ch Cb within District B "' for ihe akin %  ••':, liraih Niaedarm la no aucreawful It la ruaranteed to ead the Itch n on the r.-t hut the m.-st alut.tv.rn caa-a of Bcsaana, II in plea. Acne. Bolla. and King' srarsn of far* or body or maney back on re riptrcerton. Aakohenitat for Nlao derm today. [ Th* guyanr*r Mklm TrVBiJilag ^V'-e" tumnr--nptyc.rton. Aafeoherl Nixoderm Riled this deecnb.i1 premla an To C W RCT UMBt Ewq Police MJ.rstir.le. DW1 11 Pompey DUMA preatflr areantu -PSOFFSSOS ALVINZV So C ft B Early to see the seven box mystery Tl EH1IAT sad HF.DNE8DAY 4.M an. Ill zath-Centarr Foa Doable •BUFFALO BILL" AND "PURPLE HEART" THCSSDAV snd FSIIIAV 4.1* sn. (.1. Jtfc-CedUry Fo Deoble "LES M1SERABLES" AND "13 LEAD SOLDIER" tOLLIA'S Ulll (. stoill s; TELEPHONE SERVICE 1 ST. LAWRENCE EXCHANGE Telephone Service is now available In the St. Lawnncfl Kxchanfge Cable Area except in a few dialrict* where the installation of cables of larger capacity ha.* not been quite completed. Applications for service should be made eaily &<• that adequate provision can be made. BRIDGETOWN EXCHANGE In order to provide extra telephone numbers ai extension is being made to this exchange equipment, the work is proceeding and should be completed by the end of November. While providing the necessary exchange plant the outside plant, cables etc is alao being extended. ST. JAMES EXCHANGE The St. James Exchange building is being erected, the equipment for which is scheduled for delivery early next year Plans have been made for the installation immediately it i received. QUAKER OATS Ireokfal* give more nourishment la help children grow! vss&mf t -ICE HEALTH M.A-'A.T| TrapM* %  I.,., . (ar tire** Leaci a M ie:-s eye** talU lata aaJ •nula tor n.ir/ eaJ sWseaat* 'w.M'wj,y *JM*\ l 4: IMI//II I, n 'A // ill Kt 01 Tlir new Dunktp I-url In. .i .,1.1 AH K I Kl \1> AREA in cuntsci with the road. This ineans ihui bsttei dittrJbuiad aod G*3sTaafKa>sflllsd) sJOSSSI I ' tyre' ben' %  im.iea, v -a KOQM there MV %  v-dSt.^ tl> ITU Tliere • %  Nltrhrn. <,.>arsert TfiOr* Of* aaOaSiiimiarous ftt.it i tiwri t., rii. • JOHN M. BLADON %  vr.i i v A III W IMUl Al IM A \I < TIONKtR ion i.. i io r:.mi iimih Hulldlras. air it in/i i tups in i i>iut\i I Names Synonymous ITII QUALITY & DURABILITY. %  PGCIAIXOID PISTONS run I t I CIRCLE PISTONS RINGS I.IIIK.K Sl'AUKlM. PLUGS i IkOIill IIKAKl. i* ( l.lTtll LININGS ATLAS H)KI) & CIIKVKOLET PARTS ZENITH t AKlit 1 a IT Kits a PARTS FRAM Oil. FILTI'KS PVRENE EIRE KMINGI'ISHERS TCNGSTONE llATTERIES SMITH I I I.I i i ii VI EQUIPMENT WINGARD Al'TO ACCESSORIES PEACOCK & III I HANS PAINTS DUNLOP AUTO ft CYCLE TYRES (law* Shipment Expected Sliurtly) YOUR CAR DESERVES THE BEST-INSIST ON KKHLACEMENTS OF QUALITY We Carry Slocks of Hie Above for Popular Cars and Trucks. ECKSTKIN BROTIIEKS I f BAY STREET ^o t i. ',oooi'^&^ vr,*e>ofXrft i



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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. IMS BARBADOS ADVOCATE i U.I THREE SAW DUST SAVES SOIL CHICAGO Millions of acres of America'* continuously eroding topsoil cn be savea by tre.iung (t with • chernicsl humus made from waste sawdust. Dr. Edward Farber of Washington told the 118th national meeting of the American Chemical Society in Chicago"Loss of topsoil throufth erosion has been watched with great concern. While reforestation is the long-range remedy, immediai.' means of replacing the topsoil anll-v|U.H-ll "The processing at low-grade cellulosic materials under the action of acid catalysts and moderate heat offers a way from iaudust to soil amendment." Farber said that in initial tests with sawdust fertilizer on eroded soil, "seeds germinated earlier and at a higher rate, leaves were bigger and greener, and the weights at produce, like radishes, beets, onions and tomatoes, were greater 10 To 40 Tons Per Acre In these test.*, the chemist added. 10 to 40 tons of converted treated sawdust were applied I-T acre of land. Conversion of sawdust into a humus, observed Farber. takes "place with the addition of small proportions of mineral acids si temperatures well above the boiling point of water %  He noted also that waste sawdust can, by a different process, be converted Into carbohydrates and used aa feed for livestock. By carrying the process a step further, said Farber. sugars can be extracted from the sawdust. He noted that sugars thus made havt played an Important part in European economy for years and are Just beginning tb assume signiucance in the U.S. Roman Catholics Have Not Sided With Other Christians ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY LONDON, Sept 12 THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. Primate of the Church of England to-day charged the Vatican with failing to ally itself with other Christian bodies in the cause of freedom The Archbishop. Dr. Geoffrey Fisher said th.it in part* of the world Roman Catholic Authorities "permitted without protest, and even encouraged" the use of political compulsion in their own favour against other Christian organisations Making his presidential audres* to the ConvocaUon of Canterbury, the "Parliament" of the Church uf England. Dr Fisher declared. *"In ttmea which are inimical to freedom, the Vatican has seveial time* recently called for a common front among Christians It Is tragic that Roman Catholic* at the same time have said an.1 done much to make a common front Impossible. He criticised the Vatican's nev pronouncement that the corporal assumption into heaven of the Virgin Mary was to be made a necessary article of belief foRoman Catholics. Harbour Log In Carlisle B.v U V Biua BUr Srti Balqjaav Seta L4.ud1lf.na. Sen Burro* D Srh LucllW Bt. SaMIS. Srh Ortorama O Bch filtma Henrietta, art) Molly N Jones. STh Mar* K Carolina. U V 1*W Patricia. S S Junarraat. Srh W 1. EuiMrta Srh OranvtU** Las*. Srh. Pfcrltll Mark. Set. AasanSa T an* 11 M s. Sparrow Propagandists On Trial In Hamburg HAMBURG, Sept. 13 About 300 people today beseiged the British Summary Court here demanding the release of the 22 Communist placard pasters whose trial began this morning. 200 German policemen were rushed to the court building and after two hours dispersed t h e demonstrating crowd. Five people including one woman were arrested. Twenty-two people were on trial charged with pasting antlAllled propaganda placards on house walls. After the tual had started at a later hour because of the demonstration In court. It was decided to refer the case to a German Court because the accused had not insulted Allied but West German Government by their pasting activities. About 100 "Free German Youth" members this morning assembled In front of the court room and sang Communist songs. Policemen who tried to disperse them were received with catcalls. Demonstrators shouted "friendship will win the day." "Friendship," is a Free Greman Youth salute. The turmoil broke out when demonstrators were later joined by about 200 people, believed to be members of a Communist sponsored organisation. One policeman received bruises when he tried to drive the demonstrators back and oul of the court building. —Reuter PLANS TOOK FIRE: SEVEN KILLED RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. II. A crew of three and four other occupants, all of whom were Brazilian air force personnel, were burned to death when a B.25 aircraft exploded in mid-mr and crashed on Are. The plane was flying in from Sao Paulo on a training flight and was manoeuvring to land Galean air base.—Reuter. In Touch With Barbados Coast Station CABUE f. WTRSXBHS iWaat 1 d <•. [Ad advisethai they can now communicate with the following ahlpa Ihrouati lhair Barbados Coaat Walton a 8. OulftMrd. S S Urnrni Leopold. S S Rcaml Panther. S S Mrram. 8 S Bvljerd. S S BruU. SB Darilonla. B Hurwonh. S S Pathflndar. B S Gaacofnr. S S Munwrltm. SB S Sofia. S 8 Paloma Hill*. 8 8 AMI. 8 8 CointO. S B ASacr.lina. II Monro-'. s B UUabaUv II Ollfarnla. 8 8 Lrf %  8. FOrf Townahcnd. S S. ReMri ii Harrtar>n. S B San Malm Seaxvell ARIUVAl-5 %  By B W 1 A I. From TRINIDAD Kim. OrifrHh. Eduardo Sanuina. Pawl Sanlara. Cecilia Sarttana. John Q*lUrd. Arthur Sluarl. Prrda Taylor. JHTrw Tailor, C. J Traylen, rranh Whlla. K A. Wood. A.hiM IUn. fYfd Odta. fri-d Char 1M. Rawinla Charlo*. Inn "We cannot understand then insistence on requiting the accep. tancc within their own ranks of a doctrine altogether outside the Bible and ancient universal creeds". Dr Fisher said. Dr. Fisher declared that some Roman Catholics also felt thi; strongly and others deeply regretted Its promulgation now a. increasing the division among Christians. Dr. Fisher said the British Government was doing Its bounded duty in equipping the natii against possible aggression. — Reuter. Mil r>%  rUOU Mary Knishl. (iurdaan Hudnauec. CWnwi.t Durant. Nathan K-rlarud FYofn DOMINICA llu Honour Arrowunlth. E P Arrow%  i Mi, viun Airowamith. Jennifer Arrowtnmh. MrLmd Smith. Jaan AUd PIOIII GRENADA Ocll Munro. Gilbert Carcw. Totnm* Welli. Herbert Patteraon. Una Protain, E\ereal C TaUer. l of the police, Whan, .i man. lio %  ittcinpU'd lo cross the runway without unnecessary permission, was prevented from doing so. became annoyed and stripped himself of all his clothes An embarrassed crowd of over 200 people saw him indulge In a series of crude contortions and gesticulations. Marshall Needs Law to Become Defence Sect. WASHINGTON, Sept. 13 President Truman formally asked the United Suites Cnngrcss today to pass a law enabling General George C. Marshall to become 1 Secretary of Defence. The White House announced the appointment vestcrday as "Big Three" talk* opened In New York. Louis Johnresigned the Job yesterday. Congress will now amend the National Security Act which prohibited the appointment as Defence Chief of anyone who has ervcxl m the Armed Forces in the last 10 years. The Senate Armed Service. Committee immediately went Into closed session to consider President Truman's request. Senator Millary Tydings (Democrat. Maryland) Committee Chan man. told reporters that what Truman clear ly wanted was that the exception be made to apply to no other pe !" <"> than General Marshall, no other circumstances, and at no other time. In a let.ei to Senator Tydingb and Itepresentalive Carl Vlnsoa (Deinocrat, Georgia), Chairman of the corresponding House Committee, President Truman stated 1 am a firm believer in the general principle that our defence establishment should be lieaded by a clvil. However in view of the present critical circumstances, and of Marshall's unusual qua 11 Mentions. 1 believe that national interest will be served best by making an exception in this case." The Senate Armed Services Committee moved legislation enabling General Marshall lo Income Secretary of Defence, it was announced later. Ilouxe Committees ConsiderJamaica 9 9 Cost Of Living kProni Our OWB Coi reap and ant' KINGSTON. Jca. As the autumn session of the Jamaica legislature opened, memrers of the House of Representatives appointed two special committees to deal with the cost of ivlng and Government espendjbass of store* and rciuipment One committee will immediately :o into the aspects of dollar retrietiona and their affect on the cost of living index with a view to putting proposals to Government for a lessening of the restrictions to allow the importation "f cheap goods from dollar areas. The second committw will investigate the prices paid by Government for Government mstrrials imported through the Crown Agents for the Colonies, with a view to making re'.immcndalions for a change in the manner of purchase. It was stated that the Gowrrrment Is spending hundrods of thousands of pounds sterline car* year which need not be spent if a change in the system of Government buying i made Barbados Through Humming Bird Eyes ifYom Our Own CorraapnuleiU • POHT-OF-SPAIN. Councillor Cyril Flct. B aging Director of J T JohiUbHi s. Limited. Port-of-Sp,nn. rettimM from holidaj in Barbados. He spoke in high terms of the efforts being made In that colony to build up the tourist trade. He );.ld psurtleular eunrtaaii on tru Importance which the Barbadians log to ths stiractlon OS visitors fnim Venezuela. He found the traffic control ami lurking a r ran gem cuts effective, and pralsvJ the authorities for %  rningemcnts t< protect policemen on point duly from the weather by equipping them with an umbrella sentry box Mr. Fletcher cbserved that many of the now buildings were going up without ny provisions for ablutions and sanitary conveniences. Pjiajertiss are fetching high prices, and are generally being bought over by retired Englishmen." he concludB.G. CoOeels $'i Million Revenue In Half Year Indians Greet *% c-llectwl on goods Imported from abroad This amouaU stands -i WJMJJ55 exceeding the amount collected Bar the corresponding pern.) hast ye,, by On the other hand duty collected on exports suffered %  •4.600 drop this year For ths first half of I94W duty collecte-1 on exports amounti-d \ 0 $263.7)3 as compared with 1317.432 eellevied this year This trig drop is directly due to a decrease in bauxite exports In 1M9 bauxite exports for Ine Brst half-year amounted to iiM.815 tons while exports for the corresponding period this Mai amounted to 849.915 tons However. It hi expected that bauxite exports will pick up during the second half year as while O'dy 35 are hips called at Georgetown during August. 50 are expected to make Irtpn this month Jndrr the heading of Bill of tntry Tax. $714,344 was coUeeteo for the period January to June. 1850, as comp.irrd aj th 11.43,060 last year. Revenue from other sources In.lade: Rum --H.051834 UsjSfieai $372,877. Matches $16,366 Income and Excess l*ntn Tax $1,114,393. Other Internal Revenue $260,202. Peat Office. Tclegmphs and Telephones $SSS!s90. Refund* of taOSsBt made by the Colony $136,258 B.W.I. Health Officers Off To Jamaica IVoan Our Ovn Ciarwap-mdanli KINGSTON. J'cs Seven British West Indian Health Officers airived m lamalca this week to attend ., teu-nusnth course in public healtli which oiH'iis in Kingston shortly. They were Clarence Ilaviies and Basil Jordan of Bai badns, Wllbert Reno and Rodney Weekes i>f St Lucia: Joshua Francis of Antigua: and L LcHlanc and George A. Royer of Dorninlca Fatima With Volley of Guns MOHUKA RIVIH. B G Sept tj. Hundreds of Amerindian* dressed in colourful native dress, ac| ronipamed by Sisters of Mercy and the Parish Priest stood for hours •>t the boat landing here >ssterda. inonilng t,> welcome the Staluo j of the Pilgrim virgin „f Fatinvi and Fl' Moore. The Statue loft Georget o wn last Monday night by Government Steamer on a visit to the Pomeroon and North West Frontier districts. A breath o< Enf'jnd comet to yon with these toilet articles for m". The urrforfiettafcle frajrance of Mitcham Lavender Irom Surrey lines.. captured by Potter and Moore with a process ot dimllation perfected over two hundred yeirv ... had -f tin OCXtb MITCHAM LAVENDER jJuu. M PtSTieroon River on Tuesday where it wag transiiippsd to too Mission Launch and brought to the Moruka Landing. Oi\ stepping ashore with thStatue. Fr. Moore was gnfte-t with a \-olley of guns aft the cuiurrcwatloti sang lustily in ErurfkHh the hymn "Thi k OW llgajop Lnundi looked a plcturcss|u slk'lit. l>edivxed with n\u Hi-coloured jungle bloaaonis and ferns A pntcesstlon was then fonued and wltti the slniyng of hymns proceeded to the little .tumli .-f the Santa Kusu Mission conductcl bf the Slstei^i off Merc> and the 'esuit Fathers. INOfS WATTA I TALCUM •OWDfS TOllIT SOAS 4MAVING 5* SAIlllANTim | NOZINM. *NT^I AtUAHA-l LOTION Formal Ui'lcome Korm.il v.. ;. StaUe and r I k Missionao 1*1 SJ and In MM mon. Kr Mi>m laora^jiUrWn the e was gl^-en the milby the Jesuit Henry MattM inirse of his sert4d how in re was an urge Hud after the visit to the Cathedral, the PUgrln St.itue should .H> taken to the Amerindians ir lie Moruk.i POfMRMBal .md Nort'i West in-trict* Tba B-nettietioii brought the service to a close. The St..tin•fill continue %  :* i untie VlStls on u> Morawhaima, he British Guiana outpost on the Venasusrla Frontier, and will return V> Cienrgrtown on Friday. SepUinber IS. when it will go to .ne Main Street Church of th" Sacivd Heart, built nearly a centiyy ago by early Portuguese immigrants from the Island Province of Madeira The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: .." a.m. Sun Sets: 6 03 p.sn. Moon: Flrat Qusrler) September 18. Lighting: 6-00 p.m. High Water; .v:t a.m.. f. *u pj. YKSTLRDAY Rainfall: (< odrirutonl ail Total for month lo yesterds} I 6K Ins 1. miM-r.ilnrr: (Mas). SBJI I Teraperatare: (Mini. J1.5 r Wind llirertlon: 19 a.rn.) K. f3 pm.) E. WlnJ Velocity: 6 miles per hour. Barometer: (9 *.m > 3.3 (3 lllMl "' %  %  'ed. "because Barbados was a fine spot for a vacation and rest" lio thought though, that the isjASjiess centre in tba ton could be Improved oy a little mun) interior decoration and better display in the stores. PEEK FUEAN'S SERVE YOUR GUESTS "P. F. TWIGLETS" & "P. F. MARTINI CRACKERS'. DELICIOUS & APPETISING. T'dad Gov't Lends *30,000 For Back Pay PORT-OF-SPA1H. The Trinidad Government once again has come to the assistance of the Cily Council. Port-of-Spaln. 330,000 has bc#>n lent to meet back pay to non-pensionable workers. The City Mayor. Alderman Norniiin Tung, stated that he expected ihe necessary vouchers, already nuide would be payable on the 12th. This outstanding debt could not have been paid before, but was now possible as a result of the implementation of the United Kingdom (Financial Kclation!m> i Commission report, the ecommendalions of which have been accepted by Government and he City Corporation. OPENING TOMORROW Barbados Hardware Ltd. at the corner of Swan and Lucas Streets We h.ive moved to new premises and *ytU Inopening BUI UIMIIS to DM public li-mouow. We thercliu. o|,|. uluiiit> • % %  tl.nik the general public for their patronage in the pus! nnd we will on* In;iWe |0 lender vmi a DO KM %  aTfaM IB Maffdwan ui OUI BOl and commoiiious gu..itcii. 10% Discount For one week on oil cash Purchases Nothing ^ in this Bottle Toil Wofermon'i Ink any vray you will. You will find II infinitely superior for those 3 reasonsi' 1. It's all Ink—it never diluted; no solvw.fs. 2. II costs no mars—it Is a quality product at a low price. 3. It goes further—ono bottle of Waterman'^ Blue-Black: ink writes up to 3 limes more wordi. When you need Ink, ask for Watermon'l the finest Ink in the mo it useful bottis,' \r Watermiui's III Hill IKS II I V I. O M A I I r. Flat Oil Paint \ l IT, U)cdL& CsilinijA (jJovdwohk All Ihe piuuieiils in iK n liHlure II;IM IHMII suvciiillv M'IIM led (o resist Ihe action of lime: Ihey nre fast to II.;IM. and are of ver> fine texltirr, ensuring H \tnuolh. evrn Mirfurc. "Iliplniniille" is free from leud. and is I lie ideal sanitary iiuint. Averace coveriiii; mpiicilv TM MI. ft. per uiillon. AffBts: FRANK B. iB B IP J W III). tka t m ih in ana SKI-: nun roi\I.I:II-. Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Frcihne-w from rTVM-nin till night is youn too when you use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap! Every time you wash with that deepcicansing lather your *kin is refreshed, your weariness goes. And thit freshness lasts so long FOR PERSOfi IL FRESHNESS H.IT4YS CYCLES (PHILLIPS & HKRCULES) Standard iind Spurts CYCLE ACCKSSOKIKS — Saddles, bells, pumps, wheels, sp


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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, t50 K. o. CANNON THE RIDSLE OF THE RIME REIELS Household, Requisites Etc. Dettol 1.36, 52 Eno's Fruit Sails 1.00, 58 Limat ol 81 Scrubbs Ammonia 66 Vaseline Hair Tonic 81, 48 Phillips' Magnesia SO, 46 O-Cedar Polish 66, 33 Drinking Straws (Pkgs.) IS, 14 Custards, Jellies Etc. Bird's Custard Powder Monk & Glaaa Blanc Mange Hartleys T JetUrn Olivers T Jellies Monk & Glass T Jellies Brown & Poison Flav. C Starch Kraft Ice Cream Mix 38 24 20 22 It IX 72 Marmalades, Syrups Etc. S. A. Marmalade (21b) A. J. C. Marmalade (ljlb) Trln. Marmalade Golden Shred Marmalade.. . Silver Shred Marmalade Coopers Marmalade Lyles Golden Syrup Molasses — lias 46 44 34 47 47 K, 42,23 23 Liquers, Wines Etc Bots. Peach Brandy 4 00 Bota. Creme de Cacao 4.60 Bots Maraschino.. 4 00 Bots. Creme de Menthe 4.00 Martini Vermouth (Dry) *•! Martini Vermonth (Sweet) 2.88 Simntonds Stout . .30 VI Stout 30 Canned Meats llafnia Hams (21b) 2.88 Swift Ox Tongues 3 20 Corned Mutton ... .61 I .:mil) Tongues 70 Rabbits 53 Pressed Pork 76 C & B Breakfast Roll 46 Pickles & Sauces Hcinx Indian Chutney 81 Heinz Pickled Wallnuts 74 Heinz Salad Cream .46 Heinz Mayonnaise .48 C 4V B Cocktail Onions 70 C & B Mushroom Ketchup 35 Morton's Gherkins .7* Morton's Silver Skin Onions 71 Juices, Squashes Etc Three Bays Tomato Juice 35 Lctorni Tutnalo Juice 34 Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 3t Trinidad Or Grape Fruit Juice 28 Trinidad Grape Fruit Juice 23 COIL Apple Juice W Clayton's Lemon Barley $3 Clayton's Lime Juice Cordial 33 c



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 150 BARBADOS ADVOCATE iM.I FIVE 12 Turn Down Amendment Of Traffic Act THE Houac of Assembly on Tnesda.v <;.ipp;o\rJ the Motor Wh.cle* and Road Traffic AmendmOH It, ..lations 1950 No. 2 v hir-h 4igbt to prohibit lorries and inhe. vehicles other than onmibuses from carrying excursion passenger* unless permission %  vfc granted. Thlg was decided by a 12—3 dvigian. the Government members lone voting for the Regulation* The Regulation* read as follows:— 1. These Regulations may cited as the Motor Vehicles and Brad Traffic (Amendment) Regulation*, lOftO. No. 1. and shall be read together with the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1938 (hereinafter referred to as the principal Regulation!) and any Regulations amending the same. 2 The principal Regulation* hereby amended by inserting Immediately after regulation 34 the following new regulation to be numbered MA—"S4A. The driver and owner of a public service vehicle other than a motor omnibus or the driver and owner of a motor lorry or other goods vehicle shall not allow to be c on auch vehicle a greater number of persons than the number authorised by the Inspector's certificate Issued in respect of such vehicle: Provided that In the case of • motor lorry or other good* vehicle, the Director of Highways and Transport, may subject to such terms and conditions as he thinks fit. grant permission to carry a greater number of versons than is authorised by auch inspector's certificate, such persons to be carried sitting either (a) on the platform of the lorry; or (b) on such seating accommodation as may be approved by him in accordance with regulation 45A of these regulations." 3. The principal Regulations are hereby amended by inserting immediately after regulation 45 the following new regulation to be numbered 45A— 45A (li Where a motor lorry or other goods vehicle is converted, whether for use as a public service vehicle or not, by the provision of seating accommodation on such vehicle, the seats shall be fixed %  .cross the platform of the vehirle in a secure manner approved by an inspector. (2> All such seats shall be firmly fixed In position and shall be of a depth of not less than fourteen inches. The unimpeded distance between the seats shall not be less than thirteen Inches and no seat %  hall be placed more than fifteen Inches above the floor of the platform of the vjfllcle." Mr F. L. Waleett (L) who took charge of the Resolution pointed out that it was to give legislative effect to the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Amendment Regulations 1950 No. 2, made by the Dlrectur of Highways and Transport on the 21st August 1950 and approved and sanctioned by the Governor on the 22nd August 1950. He reminded members that a copy of the Regulations had been laid on the table of the House and was a very simple one which every member could understand. He said that protection had to be given to people who were ried about on lorries and the Regulations sought to offer such protection. It was not so long ago he said that a lorry with some 30 people had over turned into a gully causing many deaths. With thes-.' Regulations, having legislative sanction It would mean greater protection. He usked honourable members to approve the Regulations. Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (E) in seconding the passing of the Resolution said, as a member of the Advisory Committee on the Highways and Transport Board, they had gone carefully into the Regulations and assured honourable members that there was no intention of creating any hardship to motor lorry owners. On the contrary, it would only mean tru would have to apply for permission to carry people and as long us they complied with the Regulation he was sure they would be granted permission. Mr. D. D. darner said he was in sympathy with the mov?r and in seconding the motion for disapprove: of the Regulations said that ion* before the Regulations were laid on the table of the House, he had heard they were about to come He considered them very selrteh because, as the senior member for St. Philip had -aid. the bus services of the Island were insufficient. There were several people who had to go for one reason or another on cross country routes which had no bus service. For instance, members of the several religious denominations and others who had to intercbang* visits on MLS. I IIM. VII OK V1MT [ Competition Song Chosen N OW1 I.I li! Mobile THE 1,400-ton UM . SPARROW now at anchor age at Carlisle Bay. The rugate winch i. visit bars, is das to leave port on Monday Car Association Has Been Formed AN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION' has been formed. This was disclosed by Mr. T. O. Dowding. Vice President of the Association, at a Council meeting of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday. Mr. Charles Mac Kenzie is the President of the Association, Mr. Tristram, Hon. Secretary and Treasurer and seven compose a Committee of Management The Association will look ""' •--.. I .1;...— Health Board Approves Land Sales THE Board of Health at their meeting yesterday approved of pplicatlons for the division and tie in lots of three pieces of land, the sale or two plots of land ana the division and letting of two plots of land while it rejected an ppllcatlon for the sale of one plot of land. The rejection was made to the application of Mr. Winston Arthur Hassell to sell 17.368 sq ft. >f land in 10 lots. The land, which is situated aback of George Street, St. Michael, was already divided and let in tenantry. The ground for rejection was that each lot if the land was less than 2,400 sq. ft. Dealing with this matter, referice" was made to the Attorney General's opinion in the case of Manning's Tenantry at Bank Hall. The Board approved of the division and aale In lota of 20,584 MI ft. of land at Wavell Avenue, St. Michael; the division and sale in lots of 96,750 sq. ft of land at Howell's Cross Road, St. Michael: division and tale In lots of land at Bayfield-Mull Ins, St Peter; the division and letting <>? land in lots at Bay Estate; the division and letting of 46,155 sq ft of land at Union Tenantry. St steph. Land at Thorpe's Also the sale of land at Thorpe'i Plantation including the dwelling house and the sale of 7 acres. 2 roods, 10.2 perches of land in lota at Thorpe's Plantation as al eady divided and let In tenantry were approved of by the Board. The Board considered a letter from a resident of Walker's Si Andrew, who was asking for tlv erection of a stand pipe in the writer's Immediate vicinity. itply was sent back drawing the riter'. attention to the conditions for supply of water under huh the Board's certificate issued in respect of that area. T. N. Grannum, told the Board that he noticed a dead body being landed at Barbados iron, a ship some days ago without the Board of Health having any knowledge of It. He then read a list of restrictions governing such cases, ns practised in British Guiana. The Board instructed Dr. Grannum to make recommendations on the matter for the consideration of the Board at their nex meeting. Present at the meeting were Di H. G. Cummins. Chairman. Hon V. C. Gale. MLC, Dr. P N Grannum. Mr. A. E S. I#wis MCP. Mr. H. C. Manning, Mr Pred Goddard. M.C.P., and Mr D. D Gamer. MCP. motoring facilities jnd will work co-operation with the Police and the DepartnMa*, of Highways & Transport Dowding said that Mr had allowed the Assoc'atlou e of an office at Cave Shepherd Thsjy i:iid had an inaugural ling" recently and the secretary at present drafting rules for the Association They expected • have a meeting early nei eek to consider them.. The secretary was instructed | Inform Council members of th< forming of the Association. .pecial general meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be called shortly to approve of a ule which was drafted by; the Council yesterday The new rule is: "That .lu* Council shall have the power to appoint a member of the Chaunbtl ~?r any member of the Council who may be granted leave of absence for one month or i TO (.01) ON HU.II HI MY %  l < ompetit on which i* i i %  heln ,n Kensingl.ii | Boxing Day. Decei silver ,-ups will be %  the Choirs coming rlrst nni • -. .1 in entering I tumid get in touch w In Mr Sydney IfcfnaMi Church II Bar. Bdvtcr* Road I'CtO! Cinema will give a at the South Poult rtura, Chratt Church foi I of the Ditcrprlse area A T 4.St uYs afternoon the Pi lice Band, umi.i Cap) t' I Ralson, will play at %  Concert at Bath-shrba. 81 To-morrow night ..! 8 will be lha usual fortnight ConceJ I 1 inn Kcks •"pilH rtOGP.AMME arranged for members of the 'II M B Sparrow" for today is n< foUowi Cricket match against in: (stand XI at Combermere grountb Water Polo m.itch between Police-Snapper combined '.~am Dance Riven by the Port We! fare Committee for SO members oi the crew. H niiih.ii w Small To match at Pool < C. V. Raysld A telegram ha* been received "* k 'l J P r **"> lh ' <** ">ul elected from the Secretary of the Oxford lo DaI Hadleigh were Imwle-* out and Cambridge School Kxamina-',' or 9 nms. MVlWa topscoring tton Board stating that trie-follow-1 w n 5I before he was unfortucandidates for Barbados I ule v run ou Another good gay They Won 1950 B'tlos Scholar's hips I outright f i in a cricket Saturday the lladlrigh Scholarships have attained Scholarship Standard — Harrison Collet:;Clasalri Allowie. G .1 Mjihcm^tlr. -A ns. 941 Science Ii.m-.-. K I.nrigr Sell' BagHsk: I Modem Gooding. It i' These four candidate! lore, are awarded Barhad> arships for l5ti M C. M iriinition came from Hurdle made 30 Por Small Town Lucas captured 4 wickets for 29 runs whil> Hendley took 4 for 3 rum in three overs Small Town In rcplv ffsjn ill kittled out for IB runs Bowling for Hadleigh, l-ashley took lies)—| wickets without any rum Raids) "fl him He took the first 4 in h %  t over Small Town were sent Sehol-iback to bat but were only ahli imake 39 runs In their second Ings. Hendley topscorlng with !r YMCA. Fund Rises By $57 [14 The Y M.C.A. Kclief Fund for Antigua was increased yesterday by 57 | 0 $777 BO New ,-.ntnhutorfi were:— Messrs. James A. Lynch & Co Ltd 150 00 It A, M Puckerin 5 00 Mrs M E. O'Neal 1 00 I li On this occasion oklpner Riiyide captured 4 wicket* for nn nnd Lnshley 4 for 13 llmlr"igh won by an nnings and 38 tins Death By Misadventure Says Jury AFTER a short deliberation cine-man Jury yesterday returned i veiilict of C.ealh by mlaadvenurv at the inquiry into the ctr..instances surrounding the death 4 nine-year-old Suett William.A Deacons Road The Inquiry was onductrd by Mr E A Mcl-cod. I Di.trnt A" ami admitted lo the General Hospital on Friday September 8 but died later the same In K h Simon who per formI the past maetent at tht %  • General Hospital M said that on opening Ihe abdomen it rM noticed th.it uhi'le of the spleen was rupturen There were no gross frae.ic-. und the left kidney was ell crushed, haemorrhage was In his opinion death was due to severe intornul haemDoualas Nile*, a 13 year old I of Deacons Road said Acnt with Williams SeptcnUx'r 8 about 10 15 am K iiliniis from .i tree near the Mental Hospital Another boy t>> the name ol Neville Yearwood (limbed Ihe tree and after a few minutes Yearwood came down and left Williams in the tree Uilliam* started lo throw some rlums down and white he w;i trying to reach a particular plum he missed his balance and the limb he was standing on broke thus causlnx him to fall to the ground After falling he tried to nlM himself off the ground only tr> (..11 back again helpless He assisted in tarrying him lo Mrs. Pickering'* house which Is not far from the M>t The last witness called was Yearwood who corroborated Niles' The now rule became neceaaar> rter there were insufficient members prcenl at some Council meetings to allow for balloting of .ew members Mr. A. De Lisle Inniss upokc if Government's delay in carrying out harbour improvements He said that they had heard i lot about harbour improvement.' and the project relative to a harbour scheme There was on*> much talking. however and nothing being done. Prom what he had been abk> to gather, thenhad been considerable unrest amonc people of tin liteamship Company. Ha tell that if it were the Intention Ol the Government t" improve the harbour, the publii should know what platt being put forward. He suggested that n letter should lie written to the Government r-sklng them to give early consid[ ration to what was to be done He fed. too. that work on the harbour would not necessarily have to be carried out without n break, but it could be begun In such a manner M to allow for ubsequent extensions The Councl agreed to write letter to the Department of Highways & Transport and to the Sanitary Authorities of Michael asking that the sanitation of the area of the newly formed bus stand lie improved. Mr. Dowding s.nd that tin was usually much refuse thrown about there and sometimes the i-mells were offensive. The Council decided to wr'te the Commissioner of Police suggest that there should be rr places allowed for parking ci The mnltcr H brought up Mr A De IJslc Inmss F MAZER'S XI defeated skippered by A D Williams In a cricket match whic ronclUdad at Union Ground o Salunluy They won by si %  -. kckati Williams' team batted first and 1 00'knocked up 173 Prater's replied with 293 and Williams' n their 157 001 second innings were bowled out 1 for 201 rnstar*! then made 83 The Y M C.A. had expected lo (or tmir to win the match The %  hip UM remalndar of UM naliaf ainnew received %  easM of beer .HI .. [Sa> 111 nunabeT) of cloih-' which both teams subscr bed to life*, foodstuff, and oilier arti. the Alcoa sle.-mship -Byfjord."'/"GOODWILL 0. C, are at l ut the) were informed yesterday VJ present leading on lirst inthat Uie "Byfjoid" b.uj no cais-o nuigs points in Uicir IJ.L.C. mater. bpFCf The shlpmr: opporlunit> I.IS1.K ( ARKINGTON of Yearood Larnl. Black Itock. m found guilty o! ilrivthe motor lorry M-I4S3 on gt R sad without due care, ok four and I h r e inipriM.ninent. He app< psjcllvaly, Mil go | DROVE WITHOUT CAM WILL PAY 40'against Homans C C which begun on Saturday last. Goodw.li won the toss but skipper P. Walker sent In Romans lo l>.n> Water Fale. Aiiuattc Club .'.till li in Mobile Cinema. Heath Point lighthouse Pasture. Christ Church at 7 30 p.m. • ifdiTI %  COIM, HO* MMKMIU S t*ti"K*l UTHH* COUGHS. Mkssnsn -VENDS 11 c HT N i N a COUGH MIX'URE Thai's why— **^***^^ ^^ % % % %  l Bsf Diocesan Synod Meets A special Moettn* of bados Diocesan Synod i at the Church House on Wednesday the I3th Inst. at II a.m. W consider the position arising out of the recent resignation of thtLord Bishop. On the motion ol the Venerable Archdeacon Shnnkland. Synod unanimmilv expressed Its deep regret at the loss the Diocese will sustain when his resignation takes eftv-1 II Iso placed on record H ipprcciallon of thofe gifts of learning. t#und judgment and devotion, wh'rh His Lordrhip ha so conspicuously displayed durlni: i the five years that he has occupied the See of Barbados Further, the Synod by nn overwhelming majority of both Houses, adopted a resolution to be presented to the Governor-m%  I Committee >. %  appointed representative of the Government and the political parties with a special Committee apoointand to discuss together the difficulties more tons, the world over, are hauled on Goodyear giant tires i!ian on any other make!' For prrformani'''— mileage—value,Goodyear pijri! litre are l>cf>t. 'I liev are eilra*lough — liul loneal — give lo- eat coat-per-raile. 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Big 3 Discuss | LINES

ATTENTION
| TOKYO, Se ‘
, Sept. 13.
Defence Of | courn KorEAN TROOPS continued their
W. parepe advance north of Yongchon to-day, but except
NEW YORK, Sept. 15

Thursday
September 14
1930



























Big 3 Pleased

With Marshall’
- Appointment
As U.S. Defence Secretary

meee alienated carted

u.s.

SOLDIERS RECEIVING

a

MEDICAL

for the loss of their hill top position by the Ameri-
can First Cavalry, there was only minor patrol

al dees) Soe Peco pe “ot action elsewhere on the entire front.
By SYLVAN MANEGOT. resumed here to-day their dis-| Behind the United Nations lines, however, reports
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. West European. defence three Said that there were several groups of North
BRITISH AND FRENCH delegates to the three high commissioners ¢ tor the} Koreans, each numbering about 250 apparently

Western Powers in Germany and
their German experts were pre-
sent when the Foreign Ministers
egan their meeting.

While the three Foreign
isters met in their suite, several
sub committees were meeting in
ether parts of the luxury Waldorf

power Foreign Ministers talks here have re-
acted favourably to the appointment of General
George Marshall as United States Defence Secre-

attempting to disrupt the Pusan-Taegu road.
The hill top was lost near the northern approaches to
Taegu but an American Staff Officer said: “We are not
concerned over it.”

MacArthur's headquarters estimated that 1,890 Communists
were killed or wounded in the 24 hour period up to mid-

Min-

ough last night they maintained diplomatic silence on
the resignation of Louis Johnson as Defence Secretary,





Astoria Hotel. They were talk- night last night. Some of these casualties were suffered by
privately they are already beginning to assess the likely ng over specifie problems of the bands rounded up behind the lines.
implication of the appointment of General Marshall as his Western European defence system
_ sueceanor. *e It was expected that the reports -—— At several points Communists
. onsi i allo’ as a of these committees would be had advanced up to 4,000 yards
ne ee ee er ae we nee Ee considered by the Foreign Min- into American held territory, but
the immediate necessity of re- WOUNDED AMBRIOAN SOLDIERS receiving medical attention at a first «id station near the Korean _ isters themselves at their after- ew ree ell infiltrating parties were
“ Cretan Lover dpc Snap « fe on in oie battle front.—(Express). noon’ Kesdinn. ae
to obscure his iong en app) a ea, ae eee The Foreign Ministers were
: | Sinton Sion mae real eeking to reach an agreement Government G.l's rouvded up one night
Cost Greece oat Western Europe as a vital to-morrow night on proposals
bastion of the non - Communist

catrol six miles north of Taegu,

Reds Renew |\Council Approves Vote|:

for rebuilding Western Europe's S p I nd American artillery scored
world, defences against the threat of worn n jirect hits on a North Korean gun
£ 0,000 Europe Vital *‘Battle oO Communist aggression These which had penetrated 2,000 yards

| Delegates recall that dur’ g his
long office as Chief of Staff during
the last World War, Marshall
always maintained the importance
of eTor. in Europe — even at
moments when the pressure of
American opinion was strongest
for concentration of an all - out
effort in the Pacific theatre of war.

More than once he came into

proposals will come up on Friday ATHENS, Sepi. 13
Reuter The new three party Greek
Coalition Geverniment having set
R dsN. tR d tled overnight differences was
e Oo ea y The Coal'tion expects to receive
= bout 180 votes cut of a total of
or ormosa 250 when it meets Parliament

sworn in today
tomorrow
HONGKONG Sept. 13.

behind the United Nations forward
positions.

Secret Operations

A spokesman said that cland-
estine operations by small groups
seemed to bear out the report by
captured Communists yesterday

ATHENS, Sept.

Constantin Ketaloghiansia,
charged with armed revolt for his
run-away marriage with 18-year-
old Cretan girl Tassoula Petra-
koghiors, today protested against
a trial in Heraklion, Crete, where
his armed flight to the mountains
alimost touched off a civil war.

Constantin was moved ‘from the

and succeeding days

The Reteee* Of $20,000 For Antigua

IN BERLIN
BERLIN, Sept. 13.

Soviet officials in East Germany
to-day re-opened the two-year-



A MEETING of the Legislative Council on two successive
days of any week is unusual. It happened this week. The
Courcil met on Tuesday amd again yesterday; yesterday's
meeting being for the purpose of approving a Resolution
for $20,000 voted to help relieve hurricane distress in
Antigua.










































































;2 U. Ss, Boats Missing “The late John Wesley of rever- Out Of Bed

tions —Reuter. Mrs. Linton sistance, As a result, the left

wuved flags of the United States|

T ‘ . that every battalion in the North
. ~ oa : The new Government is under 2. ;

Hi : old “Battle of Barges” betweer.} ——— nace soconla ele This Resolution was passed by Chinese Communist troop move- Ad Korean First Division had been

police station to the Athens prison | conflict with General Douglas br ae ks pe ‘age . ‘hina | (he outgoing Prime Minister and = se nae
this morning under a writ ne MacArthur on the question of the East end West occupying Adv t Hu the ” re e As bly on Tue: a Te seam Souths China the Liberal Leader Sophocles|0"dered to send suicide squads
in, Heraklion, charging him with| priority in allocating American | POWérs. Russian controllers on tne ocate Hurricane day ate: @ AE GETS OF CODE. be nine ten and others to the} venezelos. It also has Constantin | behind the American lines to shoot
rmed revolt’ and illegally carry-|strength to one or other theatres |Elbe at Wittenberg inside the . The Couneil took just ten min-}Indochina border— are held bY} icaidaris (Populict) and George|™P posts and try to take Taegu.
‘Sets, ee RES Soviet zone to-day halted 20 Relief Fund \utes to concur in it. some observers here to indicate Papandreou (Social Democrat) rt at ried) on

His lawyer at once appealed to} It is divined he will bring his |barges from Berlin bound for Hon'ble H. A. Quke, a staunch | that the Communist invasion off with both former Prime Ministers! 11,4 cotire 125 mile United Natione
the public prosecutor declaring| experience as Secretary of State | Hamburg with metal, Scrap metal For Antigua jMpwodist, quoteds John Wesley Formosa has probably been shelv-). péputy Premiers without port- | tne entire Tab-mile Lint i
that if he were tried before Herak- | to becr on all the defence deci- }!8 becoming increasingly valuable £ in seconding the motion for con- |¢d for the time being. The Chinese | ¢,)\o front wag-in the First Cavalry
lion Tpesaesrntes the ‘defendants’ | cions he will now be called on ‘o |? the economy of West Europe Previously dediowsededd,0,0el' 60 currence in the Resolution. Third Field Army troops regard- Division sector Northwest of
lives might be endangered.” They |\.)) |. y.. ion |AUe to a threatened world fanudin Meek This motion was made by {ed as the spearhead of the pro-] Rightwing Fopu isi Deputies} Taegu. Communists drove Ameri-

§ ange: €Y | take in balancing the allocation ’ Canadian Bank of ‘ : - I a l
were acting under pressure from Tate ies in ell areas shortage. Barges were being held Commerce Hon'ble E. J. Petrie, Acting Colo- | jected invasion of Formosa have] ‘otal 64, L beral and near Litera [can troops off three separate hi
Cretan public opinion, he alleged. x on aie forces’ in- ei, areapaas Wittenberg pending scrutiny fer a ee Oy % 00 nial Secretary who said it was an ‘moved from the Fukien Coast to] deputies 64, and Social Democraty| positions between Taegu and
It was disclosed here that the|® ee ee : itt ‘ of their crew lists by Russian anise 10 00 | Jestablished practice in the West Jco-operate with Ho Chi Minh’s| 24 .The new combination will have} Waegwan 15 miles to the North»
chase by Greek troops into the Marshall, whose mission _ aa controllers, a Berlin spokesman ; — Indies for islands to render assist- | Vietnam forces along the Indo-|the support of all Rightwiny|west, but the United Nations
Cretan mountains undertaken at | China left him with very decided [for the British Military Govern-|| Barclays Bank (D.C.&0.) ance to each other following | China border according to Chinese | Deputies counter - attack recaptured one
ie sop of the girl’s father, a} views on the causes # the Leen ment said this afternoon, Ltd. : 5000 ||droughts, hurricane or similar}reports reaching here from Can- —Revter. | strategic point.

State £50,000. ee of the Nationalist eslme "under British authorities in Berlin Hout "Gay Distiller 2 Vibe nenatios betore the Coun- rene troops have not been re United | Nations forces striking
Lid. : 50 00 - ave not been re- ;
= Newer |i vecrprovate pacar ting [Wit ne “Gowitreprevetatge|| vif ion, |S) RAR, one coneepiens flac ny arent, A Pel up ihe Rag. Coat Hare reutet
st ‘ ; Te elding 80 06! ove: e@} Army under the command of us

B. Hondu ete in London and: re ne in the quidripartite ore inet) or. & Mrs. C.C. George 2000 | {great destruction caused by the |General Chen Yi has been con- oney un a yore a Pohadie i icin ge
; h British and French circles. out anpriwealittoanaed ise we Coptaeven by Mrs. Eudora rooms ae, io mage eas tar saitions “her " t Clenmuniaee announced — that
Disgusted W General Marshall’s appointment } shall then reconsider our atti- er eee ‘Gn al cir Abies! El 2 9 F United Nations forces yesterday
; ' : : Ch. Ch, neil would: wish to] ar i re ra eC . , oe .
on nn ut is another step in the direction of Jude”, a British official declared; | A Friend 2 00 ae -, Neggr meen wets wi ee aha a or ects or ontinued to establish a strong
recent American policy—as inter- | to-day A Friend 4! 2 the. province on the Indochina e iefence line between Pohang and
h Rule d by latest public statements ; || Eudora Bentham 5 00 the Government and people of|porder. The same reports said tt 7 4 aaa ae
preted by latest p Th ti the > Russianal A Friend 1 00 Antigua. that more units of the Genera\ ommi ee Yongehon clearing the area ©

(From Our Own Correspondent) of President Truman and Secre- @:. Inst. time . eee Mrs. G. Jame 290 fo tok Weak Ge feet ‘ mmunist remnants

BELIZE, Sept. 13 tary of State Dean Acheson, to [clamped down on the barge traffic! V. Ashby 1 00 To the Most Needy Lin Piao s Fourth Field Army are ‘ : :

On the afternoon of the 12th| seek some solution to eventual }through Berlin, the British re- | qa oy pene 1 og! Mr. Cuke said he had much | being withdrawn from South The repre See oh Yue 13) On the right flank of the East
September; boos drowned the| establishment of relations between | taliated by halting vesse! going B. Williams a pieasure in seconding the motion, {China and Manchuria, —Reuter wns Hanked. toa tb heal oe Coast front, American and South
address of loyalty by the Mayor! Western powers with Communist Jinto the Soviet sector. Mire. G, Craadan 1 00 "| He, too, said the rendering of help ee eT in place of the] corean troops restored the line
of Belize to the King via the Gov- | China. After two weeks’ delay while! *: ¥. 2 50 in such cases was an established i vakia. when. the. Laterpational|fve miles Southwest of Pohang.
ernor of British Honduras at the} —Reuter. barges piled up in East and West! © fiona Mute 100 }practice in the West Indies, neither auw rts Mo.ctury Fund elected nine mem-|On the left flank, South Korean
postponed National Day celebra-| sectors, the Berlm waterways on| Res 4 = jisland) ss knowing when its turn ners of its 14«member Executive|units advanced from one to five
tions. The majority of the audi-| both sides relaxed their restri ad - C Denney 1 9 would come to need aid, Board. miles against light Communist re-
erce sang “God Bless America’, 7 ’ F nok eee 3

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A Friend ed memory.” said Mr. Cuke, poe only other change was the | qank line now extends in force 12
and Latin Republics and the flag TOKYO, Sept. 13. Haseant Gafoor ae “told his missionaries, ‘go not to} LUTON, Bedfordshire, Sept. ¢ ction of a representative from miles East of Yongehon.
of the original settlers, signifying] Two United States army boats e yee _ 1 oo thoce who need you, but to those| George Bernard Shaw a a ;: enezue 4 + Py ace Lad on re ersanes
disgust with British rule, with 28 men aboard are m ssing e Cc. PLR. 2%; |who need you most,” The people | of bed in hospital here to-day less 2 #4; {9 : eee 1e oa han In the air, cloudy weather lim-
The Governor warned them of| on a voyage from Kobe, Japan : D. Prescott 24 of Antigua will accept the sym- | than two days after his operation | COUNt!es represented on the Exe-| ited United Nations activity yes—
yag Ss Os Stanchar 1 00 eutl Board for the coming year :
the Emergency Act, forbidding} to Okinawa the Japanese Kyodo Pp } Seater) 1 00 pathy of the people of this island, | for a broken thigh bone. mene ee oe a Tee ierday to 500 sorties of which
meetings and political demonstra-| News Agency reported today. Mr. Niles 18 They have been suffering a num- The 94-year-old playwright was = rules Seton: rae eth nearly balf were flown in close
tions, enforceable soon if opposi~ Japanese patrol boats were In 3 Months eeobaie Cou 1 oe ber.of tragic years of continuous}able to stand for a few seconds} jivtds Italy, Austria, Yugoslavia, | SÂ¥eport of ground forces.
tion continues through the} searching for the miss'ng vessels. , The Staff of B'dos Co-op a t. by taking the weight on his sound] Ganada, Exypt, Belgium, Vene.| ‘fhere was generally fair weath-
People’s Committee who demand —Reuter. Bank Ltd : “Their. sugar uction, which |Jeg, doctors reported in a bulle-}/uela, and Brazil : : er over Korea to-day
self determination. The Governor LONDON, Sept. 13. ape eh E. ino like that of Barbados is the tin. ’ Reuter. 3 —Reuter.
criticized insults to the Union The Mercantile Marine of the Hangchell Larsén & Co. item of their omy, chigt Mr. Shaw had a good night and asesnnnniuni
Jack and the refusal of the people World lost 104 steamers and 5 00 the wubiéct ae » has pe his condition this morning is sat- | @O90000%%%G4%94%00%1G000 VOD OVOP POUODPDOOO 0K,
to sing Sod Seve the King, Cod motorhips wtalling bap one |B Ee [|e gubleet Oe” See? iat eet datetery §
n e 8 ; sagt Mane Cid ‘
eae Bare oe mmm we Se WINDOW Seok querter’ the 1840 Llayds Re- Sif of ocean one 12 42 or three five-year periods, and the He is able to move his injured % %
“After fi the official celebrations, gister of Shipping reported today. Mr. & Mrs. W, W. colony is not in a very financial leg freely, the bulletin added. ¥ »
the People’s Committee held a tol combined Bhappeee ahd Police These included 31 ships Tre nen et fein ¢ be position, an fact 1 ge not think —Keuter. % ‘
ea See res een ee ere Britain and Ireland totalling 84,210 Lady M. R. Lucle-Smitt 5 00 ‘hat the Government has any re- Q
short meeting, attended by 6,000. against a team from the H.M.S. “pend vere rere yen . # ” , y %,
asningt 4 teams Srorn, the Be. Ti esoss toms. Robert Thom. Ltd. 100 00 |! serves at all. Assam uake § >
‘ o'clock this evening. Norway lost 8 ships totalling oer ge eite won meant 10 00 ¢
There will also be two. other 7,576 gross tons through casualty Wire Mieke ote , 7 %
PATIENCE matches. One between Bonitas s. MacAdam 2 1! Kino Frederick Ask Wrecks Church x
and Barracudas and the other be- of stress of weather, Denmark 7 Mrs. Winifred Yearwood 5 00 Ihg rederic SKS 7} . &
tween Flying Fish and Swordfish. (3,448 tons), Spain 6 (5,427 tons), Mrs, C. E. Gooding 7 00 i A Pe
« et 9 GARH, Assam, Sept 13 > s}
PONTEFRACT, Eng. The last mentioned game should the United ‘States 6 (1,181 tons) TOTAL ‘ i i DIBRUGARH, ’ b j 2
Harry Breach has tried and De Nee nieah nde tetinra ts tees and Central and South America 4 — For Majority Gov't An earthquake shock stronger % x
failed sevem times to pass his honours from Snappers, who are (12,052 tons). COPENHAGEN, Sept. 13. than that which rocked 1 per >
driving test. Police have disqual- OF eae atoan the GMC eaateoe Sailing ships and barques of all King Frederick, of Denmark| Assam a month ago ‘ was fe ‘
fied him from further attempts for will play a cricket match against | |Nationalities were reduced by five! 46 DRUG SMUGCLERS | 'oday asked the Danish Socialisi| here this afternoon, preceded by %
five years. Breach said he wil!l an Island on at Combermere totalling 3,876 tons. Heuté ARRESTED Party Leader Hans Hedtoft to} vannon like booming The x
wait. He is 83 years old. wee etter. try and form a majority Goy-| Shock lasted 90 seconds—two and %
—LN.S. ALEXANDRIA, Sept 13, ernment. The Social sts with 59} a half minutes less than the x
Egyptian coastguards at Kan-| seats emerged as the largest} “Indian Independence Day ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED $
tara arrested 15 drug smugglers| single party in the 151 seat Lower| earthquake on August 15 1 %
North African Colonies after a three-hour gun battle last| House after the General Elec- While no casualties so far have $
nght it was officially announced | tions’on September 5. been reported, a church ‘which Established 1821
here to-day. The Elections were caused by| was slightly damaged in the ablishe
Re ject as Rule Kantara is on the Suez Canal] the resignatior on August 9 of| earlier quake toppled like a pack
between Port Said and aoe Hedtoft’s Minonty — carr cards, veh a ea wert :
—Reuter. ernment. --Reuter. also wrecked. —Reuter i uae 4
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. CLASSES OF BUSINESS 3
Peet ere eg a ” 7 Ce — * ih eo + 7 nm 7 >
THE PROTEST supported by the Sultan of Morocco and TRANSACTED INCLUDE— %
5
Bey of Tunis against the exercise of French authority over é.0 o bs
Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco has been addressed to the Bri tish Di Dis ions FIRE
Western Big Three Foreign Ministers now meetirg her-> 7 ee
Se es” Siins ack ame obogeet “05 tec ‘ CONSEQUENTIAL FIRE LOSS
eluding Algeria in the strategic hn Be (Including Loss of Profits)
JN. Rockets ramework of the Nor.h Atlantic
{ Pact. | ‘Here is a Scotland Yard
k The statement was set forth in announcement .. .” i. ‘ ' PERSONAL ACCIDENT
a letter sent to the United States ; ‘ ‘ t A He eas 4
SplitRedTanks|: "0.0 se" saesses: Defence Minister Assures House | EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY
by El Abed Bouhafa, Secretary of Es |
TOKYO, Sept. 13 the eae: vere ot LONDON Sept 13 There was no security for those (Hugh Gaitskell, Minister for PUBLIC LIABILITY
U.N. fighters, firing a new |North Africa” on alf o Q - a Jritish division Who lived between the Elbe and Economic Affairs, stressed th
“rocket shower”, make North|«©) Krim, President of the Com- ongue, ‘Yes iion Pi sicieee: Sioeent the Rhine, and the Atlantic coast importance of American aid in BURGLARY
Korean tanks “first jump up and | mittee, the Sultan of Morocco and | : Attlee yesterday said would be 2"d those in Britain. Britain’s rearmament programme
Re SS der br gto te par of Tums. Torn Out stationed ts Germany will be ready This would-be “security” was as this depended on machine tools CASH INTRANSIT
ete caeral Marie E aterlas. The spokesman said certain ‘soon as well as two extra strate- & Shallow mockery Sie Oeier, eeonge coraing: fromm the . ISKS e
American 5th Air Ferce Com- geno em adage ie ee TRIESTE, Sept. 13. | #¢_ divisions in Britain. X Dare Not Refuse vats oT. ' ld ALL R
firin P " » se “e ini g »} * sserti hat Britai jare 1e Te 1 government would}
Saeens cae vlercing toaets dae States if the United Nations Gen- Doctors in the Yugoslav Zone a et Gin eee deat refuse aid ae he ieee have to ask the United States for | } x BAGGAGE AND PERSONAL EFFECTS
ultaneously were destroying tanks eral Assembly debated Spain of Trieste were to-day fighting hee this ‘to-day when the three find it in meeting this situation, 80™e priority in this matter. The 1%
completely. It was said he would accept The |to save the life of a Yugoslav] a defence ddeake was resumed, MacMillan said: In the interests Government would not hesitate to| $
re itement said Morocco, Tunisia, | officer found by peasants near the} “* . - ef Germany and Europe we must requisition materia’ exported to} : eee : ss Ee
Formerly, fighters made a series | and Algeria would “use all means [Isola district yesterday, clinging to] Harold MacMillan, one of the find a method by wh’ch great Russia and other eastern Eurc 1% PROSPECTUSES RELATING TO ANY OF THE ABOV! R
of strafing runs firing one or two|at their dispos#! to rid themselves | the edge of a precipice with his] Conservative “Shadow Cabinet” population and great resources pean countries if they were neede 1% CLASSES OF BUSINESS MAY BE OBTAINED UPON
rockets each time, A new tec h-jof French colonial rule with a jeyes and tongue torn out who had raised the point Said this can be put into a common pool for Britain's own defence or that| % APPLICATION TO LOCAL AGENTS—
nique oot hitting areas Bet view to achieving their inalienable ¢ Police were waiting by his bed-|was “very satisfactory” without endangering the liberties of her allic But it was useless | 3
voys roving up to the front bY/right for freedom and indepenu- ‘side hoping that he wouk’ re- Accusing the Government of .of Germans and ourselves by the for Brtain to follow policies of} R ‘ r
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PAGE TWO



R. A. W. ROBER’., Principal

Aftended Son’s Wedding

of Erdiston College left ves- . }. CUD he a
terday afternoon on the S.S. Gol- = . oe eee ore
ee Eaaland here he will returned from Trinidad’ on the
spend ” d@# half months Golfito yesterday after attending
holiday. i ie ‘ the wedding of her son Dr. Teddy
He told a this ig “his ‘ummins and Miss Hyacinth Yaw-
first visit to Be toeee he came hing. She was accompanied by
out to Barbadof in February, 1946, her daughter Arlene and son
For U.K. Holiday George

R. A/S. H. GREENLAND, En- Wendell, her youngest son who

vad also attended the wedding is

gineer of the Barbados ‘ele- jue to: arrive to-day by B.W.LA.



phone Co., and one of the originals
ef the Bridgetown Players, was Agricultural Officer
another passenger leaving for
England on the S.S. Golfito yes- —Kenya
terday. He is on four months’ MoM“ and Mrs. A. F. Nichols and
leave and expects to be back in their two daughters left for
January. J England yesterday on the S.S. Gol-
Mr. Gree regrets very fito on their way back to Kenya.
much that | uld not be here fhey had spent 44% months’ holi-
for the bi.ugetown Players ® « Dear sirs, in reply to day here and were staying at
Christmas Show, but he feels sure yours of the 17th prox...” Maxwell.
it would be a success. Son of Rev, and Mrs. J. R.
City Merch Returns London Express Service, pale Be ey ie: Nichols
* : peeognn ‘ is an Agricultura cer in the
Rescsine $ obs homi Spent Summer Vacation Department of Agriculture in
by T.C.A. from da on Sunday In Canada wens
He left here four months ago and R. DAVID MacKENZIE, son of To Join Husband
visited Englana. France, Italy, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. MacKenzie RS. FRANK PR .
Labrador and Iceland of “Dalney,” Maxwell, and a stu- ot ee PROVERBS of
Accompanying him was Johnny dent of the Lodge School, returned Pine Hill was another pas-

D’Opera, a restaurant proprietor of on Sunday by T.C.A. from Canada S€nger leaving on the Golfito yes-

Montreal who is paying his first after spending his summer vaca- terday for England to join her
visit to the island and will be hers tion with his brother Dr. Ronald husband for a holiday.
for two weeks MacKenzie who is attached to the Mr. Proverbs, a merchant of the

Military Hospital in Montreal
Mr. Neil MacKehzie, another
srother who is a Geologist attached

firm of Messrs Harold Proverbs
Co.,,
dom

Mr. D’Opera who is a guest of
Mr. Maffei at Rockley said that if
Barbados was widely advertised in

went up to the United King-

in May for health reasons



Canada, he was sure more Cana- to Trinidad Leaseholds, arrived «nd is greatly improved. They ex-
dians would come down here. last week for a month’s holiday ent to return towards the end of
* before returning to McGill Uni- the year,
Leaving For B.G. versity to take a Post Graduate ir
re Sib bsg = Bettie Course in Geophysics Bank Official On Leave
juiana by LA. is r. . ee
Teddy Jones, Proprietor of the After Three Months Ma" Mrs J. F, Haslett of
Barbados Dairies. He is going to RS. G. D. FROST of Stan- tk Golate ot re yew cote
make final arrangements for the more Lodge. Black Rock, who (or ite anne and, yesterday
bringing of a Chinese Chef for his spent three months in Canada for eae “ead ‘ey it oe children
new restaurant, “The Green Dra- reasons of health, returned on Palliat D Non ; 4 i a
gon” which will be opened shortly Sunday by T.C.A. During her (\ es i ae Bs 4 a Ana im
on the second floor of his business visit, she was staying with her t P die ak as eer mas
premises. daughter Mrs, Marjorie Moskaluk, ogre nic official of Barclays
eos : i caffic: Sakina ‘ ank i arclays
On Visit To Parents §— whose husband is traffic reprever, Bank (D.C. & O.), Mr. Haslett was
FYER an absence of three Xeevtreal SnRuS - ilving. in Barbados for nine years
years from the island, Miss — iw ind has not been home since 1945
Angela Challenor, daughter of Mr Transferred ‘ Returning Today

and Mrs. G. L. Challenor of M* GERALD WOOD, popular R. FRE S . TAG
Buckden. St. Joseph, returned on Barbados-Pickwick wicket- t, FREDDIE de FREITAS, a
Sunday by T.C.A. on'a visit to her keeper batsman, left by B.W.LA } hardw are merchant of British
parents. on Tuesday for St. Lucia ruiana, his wife and little daugh-
Miss Challenor is employed in An employee of Messrs Cable ter will be returning home this
Canada as a stenographer with the and Wireless Ltd., he has just been afternoon by B.W.1.A, after spend-

ing two months’ — as guests
at “Accra,” Rockley

transferred to that colony for a

_Short period, —

Children’s Aid Society of London,
Ontario,

BY THE WAY...

By Beachcomber

SUET, ESQ., has suggested..“There’s a dead horse in the of contiiuous rain, The gutters

that the tinned crab wefflibrary. Help me to get it out.” were roaring and swirling with
bought from Russia, who didn’t} $0 the barrister and the man water, and the eaves were splash-
want it, to sell to America, who hauled the dead horse down the ing over into the roadway. The
doesn’t want it and is sending it stairs and into the street. “How olficial, holding an enormous
back to us, who don’t want it, did this happen?” asked the bar~- umbrella in one hand, proceeded
should be sent back to Russia for rister. “There was a dance here to read from a paper which he
despatch, via America, to last night,” ae the man. “Oh,” held in the other. The gist of his

us.
Suet says that if it is sent back
direct to us from America, there

message was that the inhabitants

said the barrister. At that moment
were requested to conserve water

a French sailor leaned from a top

will be no machinery to deal with window of the house and throw during these summer months. To
it, but that if shopkeepers and his hat to the avemant The bar- mock his loud voice a minor
public can be told that it was rister said. “Was this horse his?’” cloudburst set the whole street
sent back through the normal “No,” said the man. “The horse awash.

channels mentioned above, there was dead when it was brought in.’

How did the barrister know that Marginal Note

the man was lying*
One,

will be more chance of keeping
it in the warehouses until it can

be sent to America again before (See Pave Lat V.) figure of nearly 21,000

tT.









BARBADOS. ADVOCATE





oaies PHIPPS ,SEEKS A OB

@ Beauty expert and niece of the Duchess of Gloucester,
Miss Diana Phipps, says: “| want to use my brains.”

Beauty And Brains

‘The Same Old Cream’

LOOKING for a job is Miss
Diana Phipps, 24-year-old niece
ef the’ Duchess of Gloucester, Her
mother Lady Sybil Phipps, is a
sister of the Duchess

Miss Phipps, tall, with large

dark blue eyes,
coiled smoothly

and brown hair
at the back, has
been demonstrating French beauty | year—regardless of whether or not

products at the counter of a West

End store.

“Now I want to find an execu

tive job—-to use my brains as well

as my knowledge
says Miss Phipps.

She started training for this |
months ago,
diploma.
elled from store to
advice on aids to beauty.

of cosmetics,”

|

8 |

went to Paris for her
Since then she has trav-
store, giving ‘ flat.

found Miss
opinions
, man's

“English women
servative
tions.
cream

it

has been a working girl
first job,
cial Service Office,

ganise entertainments for U.S.
troops.
Miss Phipps—‘not engaged and
unattached”—lives in a Chelsea
“T love cooking and sewing,”
he says. —L.ES.

Talking to her

about the
knowledge
are
about
They

on
suits them.”
Since

with the

at the

of
beauty

their faces

year

is’ still here ?”’ * Are you sure

u can find the way ?”* says Mrs.
iw anxiously, ‘* Ooh, yes,’’ cries
Rupert. ‘He lives in, a shack on
top of that headland.”” So he 1s
given permission and scampers
away along the shore until he

reaches the foot of the broken

4tt RIGHTS RESERVED

ne ve Russia, to us , casualties on the roads has After making sand castles alone
ayes The Town-crier of apparently appalled the people fer omntiy an eae an tt gets an
Ca ént-Louis who, hitherto, have always con- idea and goes to find his mother.
Short Detective Story M soled themselves with the reflec- “Tsay, Mummy, do you ae
BARRISTER was waiking HE phrase, “A voice like 2 tion that this is “the price we ype , Now . a ae m
through Belgrave-square at town-crier,” caught my eye. must all pay for progress.” I now bis nord ‘ne. ln” apealn
6 a.m. on an August morning, For [ never hear one without await statistics proving that all Barnacle. May | go and see if he
He saw a man in shirt-sleeves thinking of the Tambourimaire of these accidents were due to the
signalling from a doorway. He Mont-Louis who came shouting criminal supidity and_ selfishness
approached, and the man said, down the street after three days of pedestrians.
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aark «

Savoy, I
Phipps has forthright
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far too con-
prepara-
slap the same old
after

wo-

she was 17, Miss Phipps
In her
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950





MANY PEOPLE FOR SALE

are buying the





B.B.C. Radio






Owing to structural alterations.

P : “Unbreakable Pots’’ we are offering for sale the
amme entire roof of our building at Nos.

{old iron meter cases) 13 & 14 Roebuck St., consisting




Transplanting their of a large quantity of woodwork



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THURSDAY, Sept. 14, 1950 A th 1 Lili gale l

7.00 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News nthurium Lites a ree
Aralysis; 7.15 a.m. The Unbearable Get a few before For full particulars apply to
Bassington; 7.30 a.m. The Piano for they are all sold o>
Pleasure; 7.45 a.m. Generally Speaking: From your Gasworks, Bay St c/o General “Traders Lid.
€.00 a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10 a.m Prices 1/3, 2/6 and 4s. each. 13.9.50—t.£.n.
Programme Parade; 6.48 a.m, Mont- SS
artre Players; $30 a.m. Books {0) Qpesee-ee eS ee sea ee
Read; 845 a.m. The Arts; 9.00 a.m
Close Down; 12.00 (eon) The News; INEMA

ete pak Nees Amie: bs lee | AQUATIC CLUB C (Members Only)
Programme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Listeners’

Choice; 1.00 p.m. Life in Britain; 1.15 TO-NIGHT at 8.30 BLUE”

p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Much “ SO N

Binding in the Marsh; 2.00 p.m, The Warner’ ‘ RHAPSODY 1

News; 2.10 p.m. Home News From MITH, Charles COBURN
Briiain; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 Robert ALDA, Joan LESLIE, Alexis S ou

pm. Ring Up the Curtain; 3.30 p.m e

Twenty Questions; 4.00 p.m. The News; Co ig Priday Wath

4.10 p.m, The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m “WOMEN IN THE NIGHT”

The War of the Worlds; 4.45 p.m with TALA BIRELL Ww HENRY

Melody on Strings; 5.00 p.m. Listeners’ For Adults Onky

Choice; 5.15 p.m, Programme Parade;

The Unbearable Bassington; 6.15 p.m.

Creatures of Circumstance; 6.45 p.m

Merchant Navy Newsletter; 7.00 p.m MES
The News; 7.10 a.m. News Analysis; | RAMMEG ins cS. (T he Garden) ST. JA
7.15 to 7.45 p.m. Calling the West



see lene ee Pe a. eareers: oe Last Show TONITE — $00 deta
p.m. Life in Britain; 8.30 p.m roise rina 1 t of Monogram citing

end His Banjoliers; 8.55 p.m. From the Poe eer ore - -
Editorials; 9.00 p.m. The Island Fortress, “The THREE MUSKETEERS

9.45 m. Montmartre Players; 10.00 ‘ ”
Sin, ERR ewe: UOAC p.m intarhade: and feature Film “The HUNTED with BELITA
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p m. The Piano for Pleasure Matinee SUNDAY 5 P.M. (New Copy)

RKO-Radio's Glorious ACTION-ADVENTURE!
“SPANISH MAIN” Color By Technicolor
with Paul HENREID Maureen O'HARA

SO IAALA SSPE AL SPSS PEE SPSS ESSE DOSE



~“
Garbageman Has
DONCASTER, England.
Doncaster has a garbage col-
lector who owns his own automo-
bile and employs a maid.
This was revealed when the

garbageman, Alfred Beli, discov-
ered that he was $2.80 short ia
his weekly pay packet. Without
delay he drove up to the chief;
clerk’s office of the local Health
Department in his own car and
reported the shortage.

He told the cashier that he had
a witness who saw him open the
packet.













PLAZA — Oistin: Last 2 Shows To-day 5 & 8.30

ag RKO Radio's Action Double! Johnny WEISSMULLER
if TARZAN and the AMAZONS and “SEVEN MILES from ALCALTRAZ”
——————————

FRIDAY — SATURDAY — SUNDAY — 5 and 8.30 P.M
Warner's BIG HIT Double! BRROL FLYNN in

“THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON”
and





Dick FORAN in
“CHEROKEE STRIP”



EMPIRE ROYAL

Last Two Shows To-day Last Two Shows To-day



“That witness is my maid”, he
told the cashier. 4.45 and 8.30 4.30 and 8.30.
—LN:S. Republic Pictures presents Columbia’s Double
Se “ NO SAD SONGS Ida LUPINO
lenn FORD
CROSSWORD A pen

FOR ME”

Starring
Margaret SULLIVAN
Wendell COREY
Viveca LINDFORS

“LUST FOR
GOLD”

And

“WE WERE
STRANGERS”

— with —

John GARFIELD
Jennifer JONES



ROXY

Last Two Shows To-day
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Columbya Vouble—

Warner BAXTER
Ann LEE



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SAW DUST | Roman Catholics Have Not
SAVES SOIL 'Sided With Other Christians

CHICAGO.

Millions of acres of America’s
continuously eroding topsoil can be
saved by treating it with a chemi-
= humus made from waste saw-

just.
Dr. Edward Farber of Washing-
ton told the 118th national meet-
ing of the American Chemical
Society in Chicago:

“Loss of top: through erosion
has been watched with great con-
cern. While reforestation is the

long-r remedy, immediate
pcan of replacing the topsoil are
req .

“The of low-grade
cellulosic materials under the

action of acid catalysts and mod-
erate heat offers a way from saw-
dust to soil amendment.”

Farber said that in initial tests
with sawdust fertilizer on eroded
soil, “seeds germinated earlier and
ata er rate, leaves were big-
ger and greener, and the weights
of produce, like radishes. beets,
onions and
greater.”

10 To 40 Tons Per Acre

In these tests, the chemist add-
ed, 10 to 40 tons of converted
treated sawdust were applied per
acre of land.

Conversion of sawdust into a
humus, observed Farber, takes
“place with the addition of small
proportions of mineral acids at
temperatures well above the boil-
ot of water.”

e noted also that waste saw-
dust can, by a different process,
be converted into carbohydrates
and used as feed for livestock.

By carrying the process a step
further, said Farber, sugars can
be extracted from the sawdust. He
noted that sugars thus made have
played an important part in Euro-
pean economy for years and are
just beginning to assume signifi-
cance in the U.S.

tomatoes, were



Propagandists

On Trial In
Hamburg

HAMBURG, Sept. 13.

About 300 people today beseiged
the British Summary Court here
demanding the release of the 22
Communist placard pasters whose
trial began this morning. 200 Ger-
man policemen were rushed to the
court building and after two hours
dispersed the demonstrating
crowd.

Five people including one wo-
man were arrested.

Twenty-two people were on
trial charged with pasting anti-
Allied propaganda placards on
house walls.

After the trial had started at a
later hour because of the demon-
stration in court, it was decided
to refer the case to a German
Court because the accused had not
insulted Allied but West German
Government by their pasting
activities.

bout 100 “Free German Youth”
members this morning assembled
in front of the court room and
sang Communist songs.

Policemen who tried to disperse
them were received with catcalls.
Demonstrators shouted “friendship
will win the day.” “Friendship,” is
a Free Greman Youth salute.

The turmoil broke out when de-
monstrators were later joined by
about 200 people, believed to be
members of a Communist spon-
sored organisation. One police-
man received bruises when he
tried to drive the demonstrators
back and out of the court build-
ing. —Reuter.

PLANE TOOK FIRE:
SEVEN KILLED

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 13.

A crew of three and four other
occupants, all of whom _ were
Brazilian air force personnel, were
burned to death when a _ B.25
aircraft exploded in mid-air and
crashed on fire.

The plane was flying in from
Sao Paulo on a training flight and
was manoeuvring to land in



Galean air base.—Reuter.








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ARCHBISHOP OF. CANTERBURY

THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, Primate of the
Church of England to-day charged the Vatican with failing
to ally itself with other Christian bodies in the cause of

freedom. The Archbishop,

in parts of the world Roman Catholic Authorities “per-
mitted without protest, and even encouraged” the use of
political compulsion in their own favour against other

Christian organisations ;
Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

Seh. Rosarene, Sch. Frances W. Smith,
M.V. Blue Star, Sch, Belqueen, Sch
Leudalpha, Sch. Burma D., Sch. Lucille
M. Smith, Sch. Cyclorama O., Sch.
Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Molly N. Jones,





Sch. Mary E. Caroline, M.V._ Lady
Patricia, S.S. Junecrest, Sch. W. L
Eunicia, Seh. Grenville Lass, Sch.
Phyllis Mark, Sch. Amanda T. and
H.M.S. Sparrow.

M,.V. La Perle, 60 tons net, Capt
Zeance, from St. Lueia.

In Touch With Barbados ©
Coast Station

CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies)
Itd. advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships
through their Barbados Coast Station.

S.S. Gulfbird, S.S. Regent Leopold,
S.S. Regent Panther, S.S. Myryam, S.S.
Byfjord, $.S. Brazil, S.S. Dentonia,
8.s. . S.S. Pathfinder; S.S.
Gascogne, S.S. Mormactern, S.S. S.
Sofia, S.S, Paloma Hills, $.S. Akti, S.S.
Golfito, S.S. Axgentina, S.S. Monroe,
S.S. Elizabeth, S.S. California, 8.5.

Ergeland, $.S. Monte-Udala, S.S. Alcoa| ernment was doing its bounded

Root pa Mls oe wor Ayephenson, oo duty in equipping the nation
rendsyk, . etros lomicos, Ss. ; j ¢ essi

Dieppe, §.S. Cistula, SS. Grants Pass, |98ainst possible ager Te antes

S.8. Holberg, §.S. Fort Townshend, —ke .

S.S. Robert H. Harrison, S.S. Sea-

breeze, S.S. Gia n Seam, s

8.8,
Scottish Musician, 8.S. C. G, Thulin,
S.S. Esso Knoxville, S.S. Trun,
Esso Avila, S.S. San Mateo.

Seawell

ARRIVALS — By B.W.1.A.L.
From TRINIDAD:

Elvin Griffith, Eduardo Santana,
Santana, Cecilia Santana, John Gellard,
Arthur Stuart, Freda Taylor, Jeffrey
Taylor, C. J. Traylen, Frank White,
K. A. Wood, Ashild Hassen, Fred Odle,

Winifred Charles, Rennie Charles, Leon led the United States Congress to-

Miller, John Dopson.
From St. LUCIA:

Mary Knight,
Clement Durant,
From DOMINICA

His Honour Arrowsmith, E, P. Arrow-
smith, Susan Arrowsmith, Jennifer
Arrowsmith, McLeod Smith, Jean Aird.
From GRENADA;

Cecil Munro, Gilbert Carew, Tommy
Wells, Herbert Patterson, Una Protain,
Everest C, Telfer, Ivy Telfer.

Gurdeen Rodriguez,
Nathan Karlsbad.

DEPARTURES — By B.W.I.A.L.
For TRINIDAD:

Monica Rudder, Jean Aird, Alfred
Lancelot, Christine McLeod, Dorothy

Carr, Joyce Rawlins, Donald Leech,
Nestor Baiz, Sonja Scott, Frank Oxley,
Alirio Ugarte, Caridad Ugarte, Alirio
Ugarte, Pastrano, Charles Ray, Bruce
Brooks, Alfonzo Marquez, Carmen Mar-

quez, Dr. Nina Wilson, Kenneth Mc,
Kenzie,
For GHENADA:

Pearl Francis, Ralph Brewster, Hiram
Miller.
For PUERTO

10:

Lila McClean, Richardo McClean,
Estelle McClean, Diana McClean, Bernard
McClean, Joseph Oliver, Daisy Roberts.
For ST. VINCENT:

Albert Reece, Charles Hall,
Clarke, Leon Miller,
Dopson.

For ST. LUCIA:

Edward Floisac, Vernez Floisac, Gerald
Wood, Anthony Newton.

For DOMINICA:

Sonia Lewis, Eda
Pinard, Arthur Cyrus.

Joseph
Cecil Dear, John

Edean, Archille



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STRIPPED NAKED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Piareo airport authorities
had to seek the help of the police,
when a man, who attempted to
eross the runway without the
necessary permission, was pre-
vented from doing so, became
annoyed and stripped himself of
all his clothes An embarrassed
crowd of over 200 people saw him
indulge in a series of crude con-
tortions and gesticulations.

&

«P.F. MARTINI

CRACKERS”.
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** | Marshall Needs

..a| Defence Sect.



LONDON, Sept. 12.

Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, said that

Making his presidential address
to the Convocation of Canterbury,
the “Parliament” of the Church of
England, Dr. Fisher declared: “In
times which are inimical to free-
dom, the Vatican has _ several
times recently called for a common
front among Christians.

It is tragic that Roman Catholics
at the same time have said and
done much to make a common
front impossible.

He criticised the Vatican’s new
pronouncement that the corporal
assumption into heaven of the
Virgin Mary was to be made a
necessary article of belief for
Roman Catholics.

“We cannot understand their
insistence on requiring the accep-
tance within their own ranks of
a doctrine altogether outside the

|

Bible and ancient universal
creeds”, Dr. Fisher said.
Dr. Fisher declared that some

Roman Catholics also felt this
strongly and others deeply regret-

ted its promulgation now as
increasing the division among
Christians.

Dr. Fisher said the British Gov-



Law to Become

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.
President Truman formally ask-

day to pass a law enabling Gen-
eral George C. Marshall to become
Secretary of Defence. The White
House announced the appointment

yesterday as “Big Three” talks
opened in New York. Louis John-
son resigned the job yesterday.
Congress will now amend the
National Security Act which pro-

hibited the appointment as De-
fence Chief of anyone who has
served in the Armed Forces in the
last 10 years.

The Senate Armed _ Services
Committee immediately went into
closed session to consider Presi-
dent Truman’s request. Senator
Millary Tydings (Democrat, Mary-
land) Committee Chairman, told
reporters that what Truman cleat.-
ly wanted was that the exception
be made to apply to no other person
than General Marshall, no ped

er

circumstances, and at no

time.

In a letier to Senator Tydings
and Representative Carl Vinsoa
(Democrat, Georgia), Chairman of
the corresponding House Commit-
tee, President Truman stated: I am
a firm believer in the general prin-
ciple that gur defence establish-
ment should be headed by a civil-
ian, However in view of the pres-
ent critical circumstances, and of
Marshall’s unusual qualifications,
I believe that national interest
will be served best by making an
exception in this case.”

The Senate Armed _ Services
Committee moved legislation en-
abling General Marshall to be-
come Secretary of Defence, it was
announced later,

—Reuter.



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House Committees
ConsiderJamaica’s
Cost Of Living

(From Our Own Correspendent)
KINGSTON, Jca.

As the autumn session of the
Jamaica legislature opened, mem-
bers of the House of Representa-
tives appointed two special com-
mittees to deal with the cost of
living and Government expendi-
ture in the purchase of stores and
equipment.

One committee will immediately
go into the aspects of dollar re-
strictions and their effect on the
cost of living index with a view
to putting proposals to Govern-
ment for a lessening of the re-
strictions to allow the importation
of cheap goods from dolar areas.

The second committee will in-
vestigate the prices paid by Gov-
ernment for Government materials
imported through ‘the Crown
Agents for the Colonies,
with a view to making re-
commendations for a change in
the manner of purchase. It was
stated that the Government is
spending hundreds of thousands
of pounds sterling each year which
need not be spent if a change in
the system of Government buying
was made.

Barbados
ThroughHumming
Bird Eyes



(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
Councillor Cyril Fletcher, Man-

spoke in high terms of the efforts
being made in
build up the tourist trade. He
laid particular emphasis on the
importance which the Barbadians
were giving to the attraction of
visitors from Venezuela,

He found the traffic control and
parking arrangements effective,
and praised the authorities for
arrangements to protect policemen
on point duty from the weather
by equipping them with an um-
brella sentry box. Mr. Fletcher
ecbserved that many of the new
buildings were going up without
eny provisions for ablutions and
sanitary conveniences, P,; i
are fetching high prices, and are
generally being bought over by
retired Englishmen,” he econclud<

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.50 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.03 p.m.
Moon: (First Quarter) Sep-
tember 18.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.
High Water; 5.23 a.m., 5.40

sm,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall: (Codrington)
Total for month to yester-

day 2.68 ins.
‘Temperature: (Max). 88.0 °F
Temperature: (Min). 71.5 °F
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour.
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 30.03
{(3 pam.) 29.955

that colony to









ed, “because Barbados was a fine
spot for a vacation and rest.”

He thought though, that the
business centre in the town could
be improved py a little morg in-
terior decoration and better dis-
play in the stores,

T’dad Gov't Lends
$30,000 For
Back Pay

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN,

The Trinidad Government once
again has come to the assistance of
the City Council, Port-of-Spain.
$30,000 has been lent to meet back
pay to non-pensionable workers.
The City Mayor, Alderman Nor-
man Tang, stated that he expected
the necessary vouchers, already
made would be payable on the
12th. This outstanding debt could
not have been paid before, but
was now possible as a result of
the implementation of the United
Kingdom (Financial Relation-
ships) Commission report, the
recommendations of which have
been accepted by Government and
the City Corporation,



ADVOCATE

*.

B.G. Collects
$3 Million Revenue





Indians Greet
Fatima With

In Half-Year | Volley of Guns

i
(Frov\ Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN.

Revenue collected by British
Guiana in the first half year of
= ended June 30, was $8,298,-

. Heading the list is duty
collected on goods imported from
abroad. This amount stands at
$3,239,955 exceeding the
amount collected for the corre-
Sponding period last year by
$97,708.

On the other hand duty col-
lected on exports suffered a
$4,600 drop this year. For the
first half of 1949 duty collected
on exports amounted to $263,713
as compared with $217,432 col-
lected this year.

This big drop is directly due
to a decrease in bauxite exports,
In 1949 bauxite exports for the
first half-year amounted to 894,-

915 tons while exports for the |

corresponding period this year
amounted to 849,915 tons

However, it is expected that
bauxite exports will pick up du-
ring the second half year as while
only 35 are a called at George-
town during st, 50 are ex-
veed to make trips this month.

nder the heading of Bill of

Tax, $714,344 was collect-

ea for the period January to

June, 1950, as compared with
$643,060 last year.

Revenue from other sources in-
clude: Rum — $1,051,834; Licences
— $372,877; Matches — $18,366;
Income and Excess Profit Tax —
$1,114,393; Other Internal
Revenue — $260,202; Post Office,
Tel phs and Telephones
$353,590; Refunds of Loans made
by the Colony — $136,258

B.W.I. Heaith Officers
Off To Jamaica

(From Ow Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, J’ca.

Seven British West Indian
Health Officers arrived in Jamaica
this week to attend a ten-month
course in public health which
opens in Kingston shortly.

They were Clarence Haynes
and Basil Jordan of Barbados;
Wilbert Rene and Rodney Weekes
of St. Lucia; Joshua Francis of
Antigua; and L, LeBlanc and
George A, Royer of Dominica.

MORUKA RIVER, B. G
Sept. 6.

Hundreds of Amerindians dress-
ed in colourful native dress, ac-
companied by Sisters of Mercy and
the Parish Priest stood for hours
at the boat landing here yesterday
morning to welcome the Status
of the Pilgrim Virgin of Fatima
and Fr. Moore.

The Statue icft Georgetown
last Monday night by Government
Steamer on a visit to the Pomeroon
and North West Frontier districts,
and reached the mouth of the

River on y
Mera it wag transhipped to the
ission Launch and t to
the Moruka Landing. aes
_On stepping ashore with the
Statue, Fr. Moore was greete:l
with a volley of guns after which
the congregation sang lustily in
|English the hymn “This is Our
Queen.” The Mission Launch
looked a picturesque sight, bedeck-
ed with multi-coloured jungle
blossoms and ferns.

A procession was then formed

and with the singing of hymns

the Santa Rosa Mission conducted
by the Sisters of Mercy and the
Jesuit Fathers.

Formal Welcome

Formal welcome was given the
Statue and Fr. Moore by the Jesuit
Missionary Fr. Henry Mather,
SJ,, and in the course of his ser-
mon, Fr. Moore told how in
Georgetown there was an urge
that after the visit to the Cathe-
dral, the Pilgrim Statue should
be taken to the Amerindians in
‘he Moruka, Pomeroon and Nortn
West Districts. The
brought the service to a close.

The Statue will continue
jungle visits on to
‘he British Guiana outpost on the
Venezuela Frontier, and will re-
turn to Georgetown on Friday,
September 15, when it will go to
ine Main Street Church of the
Sacred Heart, built nearly a cen-
tury ago by early Portuguese im-
migrants from the Island Province
of Madeira.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS Sa) ADVOGATE

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Thursday, September 14, 1950

GENEROSITY

THE Government of Barbados acted gen-
erously and expeditiously in granting fin-
ancial relief to the people of Antigua
‘suffering from the devastating effects of
last week’s hurricane; and it was a com-
mendable action on the part of the Legisla-
tive Council to hold a special meeting to
concur in the resolut‘on. That meeting
was held yesterday after the regular
session on Tuesday and the $20,000 voted
without a dissentient voice.

It might be considered as was expressed
in the House who voted the money on
Tuesday, that $20,000 was a very generous
sum but it must be remembered that whilst
it might be a comparatively large sum from
Barbados, it is a mere drop in the ocean of
Antigua’s needs. It is also true that the
greater the sums granted by the West In-
dian governments, the greater‘is likely to
be granted by the British Government,

Barbados has never failed to assist in
the relief of her neighbours who are in
need of succour when disaster has befallen
them. There are some colonies in the West
Indies where hurricanes are almost un-
known; but Barbados has had her time of
trial and tribulation and it is for that
reason that her people can sympathise
with the people of Antigua in a way which
others cannot. We too have suffered a
similar fate.

True it is that people in Barbados could
have done with relief in one form or an-
other after the flood damage of August
1949, but the gift to Antigua need not be
made with ungracious gestures or sayings.
This was never intended but any criticism
of the manner.or the amount of the relief
was directed to the delay in relieving the
distress of local sufferers. If there had been
any doubt as to the deep sympathy and the
genuine desire to help the suffering people
of Antigua, it is to be gauged from the
passage of the resolution through the Leg-
islative Council yesterday.

Antigua’s present needs are great in-
deed; but the expeditious way in which
this generous contribution has been
handled should be regarded as tangible
evidence of the deep sympathy already ex-
pressed to the people of that island in a
telegram to them by His Excellency the
Governor. f



Country Housing

DESPITE the Government’s pronounce-
ment that there was no intention of
embarking on any further capital expendi-
ture, the House of Assembly on Tuesday
passed an Address asking the Government
to acquire Rosegate Tenantry in the parish
of St. John for the purpose of relieving
some of the distress in the housing situa-
tion in that parish.

The Address had been the subject of
much controversy at its introduction by
Mr. Owen T. Allder. He pointed out that
all the efforts made to relieve housing and
the enormous expenditure incurred up to
the present had been directed to St.
Michael, The Government had committed
itself to an island-wide policy of housing
and this was an opportunity to give practi-
cal effect to that policy. The tenantry was
for sale and if it were not purchased by
the Government the present tenants might
be called upon to move their houses.

The arguments were cogent and during
the interval seemed to have convinced
members of the House that the Address
should be passed. It was passed on Tues-
day night without opposition, Whether it
will be implemented is another matter for
speculation but it focuses attention on the
fact that although committed to a policy
of housing throughout the island, the Gov-
ernment has not yet afforded any relief in
the country parishes,

It may be that as a result of the passing
of that Address, the Government might
find it convenient to amend its policy so
as to include housing schemes in the other
parishes as soon as it is decided to embark
on capital expenditure.

There is another danger of which the
Government must be aware; and that is
the prevalence of tenantries and other
plots of land suitable for tenantry purposes
as soon as it is known that housing schemes
will be undertaken in the other parishes.
The answer to this is the adoption of a firm
policy instead of indiscriminate buying.





Our Readers Say :
Cricket

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Since a step has been taken in the right
direction in suggesting the present West Indies
Players be given a bonus and gifts made available
for some players, 1 would suggest that those players
who also gave onerous service in the last West

Indies’ tour to India (and not in the present team)
be given a bonus.
After all they too impaired their health and

paved the way for the present victory.
The tour of India, Pakistan and Ceylon was no
bed of roses. How about it, Mr. Nunes?
G, JOHNSON.
Crumpton Street,
St. Michael,
Sept. 8, 1950. ti

Persia Wrigs

les To

Avoid Stalin’s Squeeze

Hy Kenneth Macaulay

TEHERAN.

Brooding behind the high white
wall of the Russian Embassy that
stands where Churchill and Mar-
shal Stalin - avenues meet
50-year-old ambassador
Sadchikov.

He has to consider a matter of
17 tons of caviare worth more
than £106,000 at the local price
of 3s. 6d. a spoonful.

The Russians’ favourite party
food finds its way across the
Soviet border from the pleasant
resort of Pahlevi, on the Caspian
Sea, under a joint fishing enter-
prise. It is Persia’s only import
from her neighbour.

As far as the Persians are ‘con-
cerned, Sadchikov and his 15 no-
speaka-Persian bodyguards can
keep their caviare. his country
would sooner have cement. Or
perhaps paper, textiles, or trac-
tors.

Russia has previously shown no
sign of wanting to export these
goods, except for money down.
She has refused to do a deal for
wool, dried fruits, or cereals.
Terms strictly cash.

If the Persians could be per-
suaded to buy instead of barter,
the Russians could command
enough currency to keep alive an
underground movement which is
perishing for want of everything
but political exhortation,

Smart though Ivan Sadchikov is
(when he was*the ambassador in
Belgrade he engineered Tito’s
rise to power), he has failed to
deceive the Persians.

The existence of an _ under-
ground ‘movement evokes this

QUESTION: Would it be pos-
sible to create a Korcan-type
situation in the Russian border
provinces, establish a northern
Government with Soviet support,
and stage a smash-und-grab of
the oil lands?

ANSWER : At present, no.

An attempt by “Democrats” to
carry out the first part of the
tactic three years ago failed.

But evidence is not lacking that
the “Democrats” are not sleeping
there below. Broadcasts from the
Russian side warn them to keep
their radio contacts up to date—
a reference to the secret stations

which get news to Moscow before
it is known to the central Gov-
ernment in Teheran.

The authorities want to suppress

Even for money.
Friendly, Even

Not all the oil in Persia is out
ef easy Russian reach 700 and
more miles away at Abadan on the
Gulf, There is oil in the jittery
province of Azerbaijan, and al-

“ Really, sir, is it necessary

to ask if I would he able

to keep your sengneer in

the manner to which she
is accustomed ?”’



though it is still underground and
no working borehole has ever been
drilled, sensitive Soviet nostrils
ean detect the black, malodorous
stuff.

So that it shall not be accused
of showing favour to the British
or the Americans, the Persian
Government has appointed neu-
tral Swiss geologists to do the
prospecting.

The Russians are prepared to go
to any lengths—to the point, even
of being friendly — to prevent the
Americans from getting a_ toe-
hold in the country.

Her Hope

If Ivan Sadetikov is smart,
Prime Minister Ali Rasmara is

is these transmitters — but Russia smart enough also to realise that
Ivan won't export radio detector vans. Persia's

best hope of avoiding
the Russian squeeze is to put her
economic machinery in good order

In Persia, one-third the size of
the United States this is no light-
weight job. The Persians are able
but idle.

Persians will say that they
should get American aid to carry
through their seven-year plan of
habilitation. The Americans are
sympathetic to this, but point out
reasonably enough that if the
Persian Government would quit
fooling and ratify last year’s
agreement with the Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company they could have
£30,000,000 by return of post.

The plan has been in existence
for a year. The only tangible
evidence of somethng done is a
number of holes in the ground that
will one day be the foundations of
a dam. -

City Of Horror

I have kept to the last my visit
to the Unspeakable City, south of
Teheran where 100,000 try to live
on twopence a day or less.

When great brickmaking ovens
burn out, and are good for nothing
else, they become good enough for
homes for the poor.

I tried to investigate.

There is a Belsen glaze in the

eyes of the old squatting in the/

dust. There is grief for an ancient
one who loses his dog, for he will
have no means of keeping warm
when the snows come. Parents
offer their children for sale so
that both may not starve.

The horror of this place numbs
the mind.

A policeman dressed in com-
parison like an emperor, cut me
out from a sereaming horde of
beggars and held me secure until
a bus should arrive. “When four
out of five children born here die
while they are babies, what is to
be the future’ when the old poli-
ticians seem to live for ever?” he
said.—L.E.S.



Russians Are FREE=
In London

LONDON,

Official quarters in London dis-
closed today that ay least 165
Soviet citizens are free to rogm
Britaim at will and 52 of them
have access to factories producing
s\rategic materials.

The information was supplied
by the British foreign office and
the Soviet Embassy.

Forty-one members of the Sovi-
et Embassy in London, including
three representatives on the trade
delegation, enjoy complete diplo-
matic immunity.

In other words they cannot be
arrested for any offence short of
murder.

All 52 members of the trade de-
legation can visit any factory
manufacturing goods for export
‘o Russia after prior notice.

Many of these factories are also
engaged in making top-secret
weapons for the British armed
forces, but British officials have
said the Russians are not permit-
ted in sections of plants where the
secret work is in progress.

The Soviev Embassy in their
swank headquarters in Kensing-
ton Palace Gardens, once called
“Millionaires’ Row” occupies four
luxurious mansions, and they have
a large building complete with
cafeteria in a nearby less-select
district. Soviet employees have
rented apartments for vheir famil-
ies in various parts of London.

All work at the Embassy, even
cleaning and dusting, is done by
Soviet citizens. No Briton is
trusted to work inside 13 Kensing-
von Palace Gardens, the diplomatic
centre where a bust of Stalin is
the first sight to greet the visitor.



Twenty-one Russian clerks, men
and women, augment this svaff,
and there are also 31 non-diplo-
mats who are listed as “house-
hold staff.’ This is the only de-
scription of them given to the
Brivish foreign office, and repeated
requests for qa more exact descrip-
tion of their activities have met
with evasion.

Finally, there are 20 Russians
engaged in “information” work
for Tass, the Soviet News Agency;
for the radio lisvening station, the
Soviet Monitor, and various Rus-
sian propaganda organs.

This makes a total of 165
Soviet citizens who re officially
admitted to be working in the
United Kingdom. Unlike their
British and American counter-
parts in Moscow, they can move
freely throughout the country.

Any Russian can literally go to
a London railroad station and
buy a ticket anywhere in the
British Isles. Since such freedom
is impossible for a Soviet citizen
in the U.S.S.R. (a Moscovite has
to get official permission for a
journey to Leningrad, for exam-
ple) most Soviets are suspicious.
They think it is a trap.

The Soviet news egency, Tass,
often labels prominent British
subjects in the familiar abusive
phrases of ‘“‘warmonger” or “fas-
cist beast.”” The question was re-
cently raised in the House of
Commons whether Tass should
enjoy diplomatic immunity from
libel actions in this respect. No
decisive action was taken, and
'Ya8s perhaps, heeding the warn-
ing, has been less strong in the

use of personal invective in the
past months,

Nevertheless, no British or
American news agency could hope
to escape a libel action if it used
such adjectives. Even admitting
that Tass is not truly a comparable
news-gathering body, it shares all
the privileges of the bona-fide
agencies, and it is clear that many
Members of Parliament are not
satisfied with its vague claims to
diplomatic immunity.

Top members of the Soviet
groups in London smoke American
cigarettes and ride in chaffeur-
criven American cars. Nikolai
Andrienko, for example, head of
Russia’s trade delegation, makes
his calls in a big black Packard.

The Soviet press attache prac-
tically forces American cigarettes
on his visitors.

A spokesman at the Russian
trade delegation stated it was
“natural and normal” for their
representatives to have access to
British factories which were

manufacturing goods to order.
When asked whether the Soviet
Union would nt the same

priv lege to fore importers of
Soviet products, he replied:

“Of course.”

The head of the Soviet foreign
office press department in 1938,
Ivan Gnedin, onde told this cor-
respondent bluntly;

“We regard all you foreign
newspapermen as ‘legal spies’—
no personal offence meant.”

Which honest statement is a
clear definition of how Russian
diplomats and newspapermen re-
gard their own assignments in
other countries. —LN:S.



Britain Replaces Canada As
Miacaroni Supplier To BWI

Canadian whose
memories run back to 1940-41
and 42 will remember that
oftentimes they received orders
from areas and individuals in
those areas to whom they had
never shipped before and when
seeking an export permit were
told by the Export Permit
Branch in Ottawa that they would
not.be permitted to supply be-
cause this was. new territory and
new business which belonged to
(in almost all cases) England
and these orders were held until
England could supply.

exporters

CANADIAN EXPORTER: had
to tell that. story to many visit-
ing buyers and it remembers
particularly a very large import
house in West Africa who when
CANADIAN EXPORTER ex-
plained why a_ tremendous
indent they brought over could
not be fitted in Canada folded up

their tent and silently left the
country.

Canadian exporters, however,
are discovering that it m‘ght

just as well be recognized that
the British themselves are not as
sentimentally inclined when 't
comes to respecting Canada’s
former export market as Cana-
dians and the Canadian Govern-
ment, were in respect to Britain’s
pre-war markets.

One of the most important and
interesting experiences of recent
years came to our attention in
discussions with Joe Laurin,
Export’ Manager, of Catelli Food
Products Ltd., in Montreal, whose

j

firm had developed a very fime
British West Indies business only
to have it dirninished at the t.me
of writing to a little supplying
in a sngle Colony.

It is now rumoured that there
will be no quotas issued for
Catelli’s products for the second
half of 1950 as the control
authorities no doubt realize that
supplies can be secured from the
U.K. regardless of price and
quality,

The Cateli people were deter-
mined they were nov going to lose
this market if they could possibly

LEEWARD Is“.
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"
WINDWARD Is,



hold it and they made price con-
cessions that represented a natural
Joss but, which brought their price
aown lower vhan any price quoted
by any English manufacturer yet,
not one pound of Canadian maca-
roni was permitted by the Foreign
Exchange Control Board to be pur-
chased by a West Indian Colony
despite the fact vhat the macaroni
they had been buying for years
weuld be the lowest priced they
could purchase

We are informed that before
World War Il Grept Britain manu-
factured little, if any, macaroni
and was, as a matter of faci’, one of
Canada’s finest macaroni markets.

During the war some 43 com-
panies in England engaged in the
production of macaroni and Voday
britain is exporting macaroni.

Despite the fact that she has to
purchase a considerable quantity
of her wheat from Canada, and
chav her macaroni is higher
priced than Canadian macaroni
she still is able to arbitrarily by
deeree push Canadian macaroni
out of the British West Indies...
marke’s that Canada developed
and possessed before the English
sold a pound of macaroni in them.

There are now Canadian manu-
facturers who are telling CANA-
INAN EXPORTER that in their
opinion the time has come when
these facts should be stated and
such facis as the macaroni situa-
tion in the West Indies
seems to boil dowh to the simple
fact that Great Britain is estab-
Jishing a new post-World War No.
Il industry at the expense of
among others, Canadian manufac-
turers.

Secondly, as far as Great Brit-
ain is concerned it’s a definitely
secondary industry for she is not a
wheat producing country in vhe
same sense that Canada is and
must import her raw materia},
whereas the macaroni industry in
Canada is based on the Canadian
manufacture of a Canadian
natural product.

—CANADIAN EXPORTER.

—



TROUBLE
ISLAND

EXPLORERS in the frail craft of four cen-

|.uries ago had never seen an island so

majestic.

Sea cliffs, rising in places to 2,500 feet,
faced out across the Pacific.

Ilha Formosa, they called it, the Beautiful
Isle.

But with the beauty went trouble: 300
earthquakes each year, head-hunting tribes.

Today Formosa is still the Troubled Isle.
In this tight little island twice the size of
‘Vales, are packed 7,000,000 people plus more
ihan 1,000,000 refugees.

*

BUT it is upon one man that the story
-entres: Chiang Kai-shek.

Early in 1949 Chiang Kai-shek, his ruling
‘lique torn by dissension, withdrew from
‘eadership of Nationalist China.

But soon after, realising that he was pow-
erless to retain a foothold in a China ruled
»y the victorious Mao Tse-tung and his
People’s Army, he re-established himself in
Formosa.

He ferried across those 100 miles of
treacherous water an army of 580,000, a navy
»f 45,000, and an air force of 25,000 equipped
with American planes.

Refugees—probably another 750,000—fol-
lowed.

*

FORMOSA grew bitter about Chiang as

living standards slumped. And Chiang was
growing bitter about America.

A year ago the U.S. Government declared

that no more help would go to Chiang and

that Formosa was no longer an essential out-
post in her Pacific defences,
Britain went further. It recognised Mao

Tse-tung’s Government.

Mao, too, was busy. He began preparing
an expedition to occupy Formosa. The island
he claimed, was Chinese.

Geographically and historically he had a
case, Formosa was part of the Manchu Em-
pire for 200 years. At Cairo and Potsdam
pledges were made to restore Formosa to
China.

Americans looked at it differently. They
pointed out that Formosa was ceded to
Japan after the 1894-5 war and that the 50
years of Japanese rule had been carried out
with energy and intelligence. Formosa was,
therefore, a Japanese colony whose disposal
must await a Peace Treaty.

*

THEN the Korea war began. The United
Nations acted. President Truman attempted
to neutralise Formosa by warning Mao not to
attack and by urging Chiang to stop his raids
on the mainland.

The American Seventh Fleet was ordered
to enforce these instructions.

And then a second figure entered the For-
mosa story: General Douglas MacArthur.

He holds that Communism must be fought
everywhere in Asia, regards Formosa as an
essential bastion.

*

A MONTH ago MacArthur visited Chiang
and discussed co-ordinating Sino-American
forces.

Hurried visits to Tokyo by Mr. Averell
Harriman, Mr. Truman’s special foreign
affairs adviser, and later by two of the
American Chiefs of Staff followed.

General MacArthur, it is assumed, was
urged to see the political dangers of his alli-
ance with Chiang.

The danger is that the MacArthur policy
might embroil U.S. in war against China and
its Central Communist Government. And
Mao has a newly contracted alliance with
Moscow that would bring Russia to his aid.

In such an extension of war in the Far
East Britain could hardly stand aside.

These dangers may not mature. Britain’s
sole commitment, apart from the anti-Com-
munist struggle in Malaya, is on behalf of
the United Nations in Korea.

Chinese accusations against America are to
be investigated by the Security Council.

And the United Nations may propose an
ultimate solution.

*

MEANTIME General MacArthur remains
unconvinced. He told a veterans’ organisation
that Formosa must be part of America’s West
Pacific defences. Mr. Truman ordered him
to withdraw this, and insisted that US.
policy was to neutralise Formosa till the
Korean war is over.

Perhaps there is one thing that Truman,
MacArthur, and Chiang might agree on: that
Formosa is certainly the Troubled Isle.

—.LE.S,



Potick

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Now that H.M.S. Sparrow is in port may
I suggest to Mr. Murray or the local Government
that they enlist the help of the Commander and
crew for a removal or raising of this wreck, (M.V.
Potick), possibly this ship could submit more work-
able plans or assist with gear ich is not possessed
in the island such as diving apparatus, or salvage.

DAVY JONES



Sept. 13, 1950

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12 Turn Down
Amendment

Of Traffic Act

THE House of Assembly on
Tuesday disapproved the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Amend-
ment Rezulations 1950 No, 2
which ssught to prohibit lorries
and other yehicles other than
omnibuses from carrying excur-
SiON passengers unless permission
wes granted.

_This was decided by a 12—3
d.visign, the Government members
‘lone voting for the Regulations.
\ The Regulations read as fol-
ows: —

1. These Regulations may be
cited as the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment)
Regulations, 1950, No. 2., and
shall be read together with the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Regulations, 1938 (hereinafter
referred to as the principal
Regulations) and any Regula-
tions amending the same.
2. The principal Regulations are
hereby amended by inserting
immediately after regulation
34 the following new regulation
to be numbered 34A—
“34A. The driver and owner of
a public service vehicle other
than a motor omnibus or the
driver and owner of a motor
lorry or other goods vehicle
shall not allow to be carried
en such vehicle a greater
number of persons than the
number authorised by the In-
spector’s certificate issued
in respect of such vehicle:
ed weet in wis Seer of a
motor lorry or other goods
vehicle, the Director of High-
ways and Transport, may
subject to such terms and con-
ditions as he thinks fit, grant
permission to carry a greater
number of persons than is au-
thorised by such inspector's
certificate, such persons to be
carried sitting dna
(a) on the platform of the
lorry; or

(b) on such seating accom-
modation as may be ap-
proved by him in ac-
cordance with regulation

45A of these regulations.”| meeting yesterday approved of |the Association.
3. The principal Regulations are|®Pplications for the division and/to have a meeting early

KN.

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THE 1,400-ton H.M.S. “SPARROW”, now at anchor age at Carlisle Bay, The Frigate which is on an 8-day

visit here, is due to leave port on Monday.

Car Association
Has Been Formed

AN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION has been formed. This
was disclosed by Mr. T. O. Dowding, Vice President of the
Association, at a Council meeting of the Chamber of Com-
merce yesterday. Mr, Charles Mac Kenzie is the President
of the Association, Mr. Tristram, Hon. Secretary and

Treasurer and seven compose a Committee of Management.
The Association will look after
motoring facilities and will work

Health Board in co-operation with the Police
y and the Department of Highways

& Transport.
Approves Mr, Dowding said that Mr
Land Sales They had had an inaugural
meeting recently and the secretary

Cave had allowed the Assoc‘ation
the use of an office at Cave Shep-
herd.
THE Board of Health at their|was at present drafting rules for
They expected
next





hereby amended by inserting sale in lots of three pieces of land,| week to consider them.,

immediately after
45 the following new regula-
tion to be numbered 45A—

“45A. (1) Where a motor lorry| pplication for the sale of one
or other goods vehicle is con-| Plot of land.

verted, whether for use as a
public service vehicle or not,
by the provision of seating

accommodation on such vehi-| ¢f land in 10 lots. The land, which

cle, the séats shall be fixed|is situated aback of George Street,

across ‘the platform of the} St. Michael, was already divided

vehicle in a secure manner|@nd let in tenantry. The ground

for rejection was that each lot

(2) All such seats shall be firm-|°f the land was less than 2,400
ly fixed in position and shall] $4. ft.

approved by an inspector,

be of a depth of not less than
fourteen

thirteen inches and no seat

shall- be. placed .more. than] , The

fifteen inches above

regulation| the sale of two plots of land ana
the division and letting of twe]inform Council members of thi
plots of land while it rejected an}|forming of the Association.

inches. The unim-| ence’ was made to the Attorney
peded distance between the General’s opinion in the case of
seats shall not be less than} Manning’s

The secretary was instructed to

A. special general meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce will

The rejection was made to the}be called shortly to approve of a

application of Mr. Winston Ar-{ new rule which was drafted by
thur Hassell to sell 17,368 sq. ft.\the Council yesterday.

The new rule is: “That the
Council shall have the power to
appoint a member of the Chamber
to act for any member of the
Counci! who may be granted
leave of absence for one month
or more.”

The new rule became necessary
after there were insufficient mem-
bers present at some Council
meetings to allow for balloting of
new members.

Mr. A. De Lisle Inniss spoke

Dealing with this matter, refer-

Tenantry at Bank

all.






BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ESET Competition

Se OW TO GOD ON HIGH BE
| GLORY” is the song chosen
for the test piece at the Singing
| Competit on which is expected tc
I held at Kensington Oval on
\} Boxing Day, December 26. Two
silver cups will be awarded t
the Choirs coming first and sec-
ond,
| Any choir or chor master who
ie interested in entering this com-
\ petition should get in touch w th
| Mr Sydney Skinner of the
| Church ll Bar, Baxters Road

-NIGHT at 8 o'clock tne
| Mobile Cinema will give a
| show at the South Point Light-
louse pasture, Christ Church for
the benefit of residenis of the
Enterprise area.

T 4.30 this afternoon the Po-

lice Band, under Capt. C. E



Raison, will play at a Charity
Concert at Bathsheba, St, Joseph
| To-morrow night at 8 will be the
usual fortnight Concert at Hast-
| ings Rocks.

| HE PROGRAMME arranged
for members of the “H.M.S
| Sparrow” for today is as follows

| Cricket match against an

want Island XI at Combermere grounds

; . Water Polo match between a

Th Won | Police-Snapper combined tram.

: ‘» Dance given by the Port Wel-

fare Committee for 60 members of



1950 B’dos 2»
} ADLEIGH won outright from
S e Small Town in a cricket
Cc —D. ars tps match at Pool on Saturday.
| C. V. Rayside, the Hadleigh

A telegram has been received | Skipper, won the toss and elected
from the Secretary of the Oxford | to bat, Hadleigh were bowle? out
and Cambridge School Examina-|for 97 runs, Rayside topscoring
tion Board stating that thefollow-| With 51 before he was unfortu-
ing candidates for Barbados| "ately run out, Another good con-
Scholarships have attained Schol-| ttibution came from Hurdle who
arship Standard:— “= ©. 7 ‘

. n ts ‘or Sma own Lucas cap-
ia Doreen. © ones 4 tured 4 wickets for 29 runs while
ecth atintdie Aine ; . Headley took 4 for 3 runs in three

Adams, overs,
: J. M. G. M.}| Small Town in reply were all
Science—Inniss, E. ce | acittled out for 19 runs. Bowling

4 Lodge School for Hadleigh, Lashley took 5
English: (Modern Studies)—; wickets without any runs made
Gooding, R. U. | off him, He took the first 4 in his
These four candidates, there-jfirst over. Small Town were sent

tore, are awarded Barbados Schol-|back to bat but were only able to
arships for 1950. jmake 39 runs in their second

jieeones, Headley topscoring with
Y.M.C.A. Fund
Rises By $57 |

The Y.M.C.A, Relief Fund for,
Antigua was increased yesterday |
by $57 to $777.80 New contribu-
tors were:—



On this oceasion skipper Ray-
side captured 4 wickets for 6
runs and Lashley 4 for 13, Had-
leigh won by an innings and 38
runs,

RAZER'S XI defeated a team
skippered by A. D. Wil-
liams in a cricket match which

Messrs. James A. Lynch concluded at Union Ground on
EGO. Ma. i 4 ete $50.00 |Saturday, They won by six

R. & M. Puckerin .., 5.00 | wickets.

Mrs, M. E. O’Neal ...... 1.00} Williams’ team batted first and

MARA i es cue Rees 1.00} knocked up 173. Frazer’s replied

with 293 and Williams’ in their
$57.00} second innings were bowled out
.|for 201, Frazer’s then made 85
The Y.M.C.A. had expected to| for four to win the match, The
ship the remainder of the relief| winners received a case of beer
packages (29 in number) of cloth-| which both teams subser bed to
ing, foodstuff, and other articles | buy.
by the Alcoa steamship “Byfjord,” | OODWILL CC. C. are at
but they were informed yesterday , present leading on first in-
that the “Byfjord” had no caro |nings points in their B.L.C, match







Death By |

Song Chosen | Misadventure |

|

Says Jury —
AFTER a short deliberation a
nine-man jury yesterday returned
a verdict of ceath by misadven-
ture at the inquiry into the cir-

of nine-year-old Suett Williams
of Deacons Road. The inquiry was
conducted by Mr. E. A. McLeod,
Coroner of District “A”,

Williams was admitted to the
General Hospital on Friday Sep-
tember 8 but cied later the same
day.

Dr. K. B. Simon who perform-
ed the post mortem at the mortu-

ary of the General Hospital on
Saturday, said that on opening
the abdomen it was noticed that
the whole of the spleen was rup-
tured. There were no gross frac-
tures and the left kidney was
well crushed. Haemorrhage was
extensive, In his opinion death
} was due to severe internal haem-
' orrhage.

Douglas Niles, a 13 - year - old
schoolboy of Deacons Road said
that he went with Williams on
Septemper 8 about 10.15 a.m,, to
pick plums from a tree near the
Mental Hospital. Another boy by
the name of Neville Yearwood



climbed the tree and after a few
minutes Yearwood came down

and left Williams in the tree.
Williams started to throw some
plums down and while he was

trying to reach a particular plum
he missed his balance and the
limb he was standing on broke
thus causing him to fall to the
ground,

After falling he tried to raise
himself off the ground,
fall back again helpless
sisted in carrying him to
Pickering’s house
far from the spot.

The last witness called was
Yearwood who corroborated Niles’
evidence.

only to
He as-
Mrs.

which is not



Over $12,000 Goes
To Antigua
From T’dad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
The Antigua Relief Fund in
Trinidad continues to grow. The
Governor and Lady Rance con-
tributed $50.00 while large busi-
ness houses, continue to send in
their donations, The Fund has
assed the $12,000 mark.



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Ladies Hand Mirrors. ‘ Photo Albums.

Board approyed

of the platform of the vMi-|Saft. of land at Wavell Avenue,

cle.”

St. Michael; the division and sale}jot about harbour improvements

Mr. F. L. Walcott (L) who took] in lots of 96,750 sq. ft. of land atfand the project relative to a har-
charge of the Resolution pointed|!{!owell’s Cross Road, St. Michael;}pour scheme.
out that it was to give legislative|the division and sale in lots of }much
effect to the Motor Vehicles and| land

at Bayfield-Mullins,

Road Traffic Amendment Regu-| Peter; the division and letting of

lations 1950 No. 2, made by the}land in lots at Bay Estate; the}to gather, there had been consid-
Director of Highways and Trans-| division and letting of 46,155 sq ft.]erable unrest among people of the
port on the 21st August 1950 andjof land at Union Tenantry, St.| Steamship Company.

approved and sanctioned by the] Joseph.

Governor
1950,

on the 22nd August

He reminded members that a| Plantation including the dwell-|should know what plans were

Land at Thorpe’s
Also the sale of land at Thorpe’s

copy of the Regulations had been| ing house and the sale of 7 acres,

laid on the table of the House
and was a very simple one which
every member could understand:

He said that protection had to
be given to people who were car-
ried about on lorries and the
Regulations sought to offer such
protection,

It was not so long ago he sai
that a lorry with some 30 people
had over - turned into a gully
causing many deaths. With these
Regulations, having legislative
sanction it would mean greater
protection,

He asked honourable members
to approve the Regulations.

Mr. J. H. WilkiMson (E) in sec-
onding the passing of the Resolu-
tion said, as a member of the
Advisory Committee on the High-
ways and Transport Board, they
had gone carefully into the Regu-
fations and assured hahourable
members that there was no inten-
tion of creating any hardship to
motor lorry owners. On the con-
trary, it would only mean they
would have to apply for permis-
sion to carry peorke and as long
as they complied with the Regu-
Jation he was sure they would be
granted permission.

Mr. D. D. Garner (C) said he
was in sympathy with the mover
and seconder of the Resolution.
The former as a member of the
Government had to introduce it
and the latter as a member of the
Board was in duty bound to sup-
port it, but he as a back bencher,
had no such obligation. He there-
fore was going to move the re-
jection or disapproval and did
so fu ly conscious of his responsi-
bility.

He drew to the Government’s
attention that in the absence of
proper transport facilities or suffi-
cient mean: by which the public
could travel, it would be wicked
and crue! to deprive them of the
only other means of _ transport
which they had; namely, lorries.

H~- did not see like the senior
member for St. Peter that because
some reckless driver got into an
accident all people who moved

about on lorries would be killed
That was nonsense. He was sure
that if the Regulations were once
passed, not one lorry driver would
get permission to transport any-
one, He therefore moved that the
Regulations be disapproved.
Mr. E, D, Mottley


















d erection

(E) in sec-

2 roods, 10.2 perches of land in
lots at Thorpe’s Plantation as al-
ready divided and let in tenantry
were approved of by the Board.

The Board considered a letter
from a resident of Walker’s St.
Andrew, who was asking for the
of a stand pipe in the
writer’s immediate vicinity, A
reply was sent back drawing the
writer’s attention to the condi-
tions for supply of water under
which the Board’s certificate was
issued in respect of that area.

Dr F. N. Grannum, told the
Board that he noticed a dead
body being landed at Barbados
from a ship some days ago with-
out the Board of Health having
any knowledge of it. He then read
a list of restrictions governing
such cases, as practised in British
Guiana.

The Board instructed Dr. Gran-
num to make recommendations
on the matter for the consider-
ation of the Board at their next
meeting.

Present at the meeting were Dr.
H. G. Cummins. Chairman, Hon.
Vv. C. Gale. MLC. Dr. F. N.
Grannum, Mr. A. E. S. Lewis,
M.C.P., Mr. H. C. Manning, Mr.
Fred Goddard, M:C.P., and Mr.
D..D. Garner, M.C.P.



Sundays and nolidays, found it
very convenient and economical
to use lorries from their districts
to transport them,

On the other hand, owners of
these lorries who got work only
in the crop season and had to pay
trade and other taxes, welcomed
this little business to help feed
their families,

No. harm in his opinion was be-
ing done to anyone, the bus con-
eessionaires lost porns by it.
The argument of the senior mem-
ber for St. Peter that because peo-
ple died as a result of an accident
while travelling on a lorry was no
argument at all because people
died as a result of the sinking of
the “Vestris”, but people still
travelled on ships and were safe.

If these Regulations were passed
it would mean that plantation or
other lorries which now took lab-
ourers at convenient times from
one place to another for the pur-
pose of planting potato slips, etc.,
could do so no longer, unless they
anticipated the rains and came to
town and got a permit. It- would

of the}of Government’s delay in carry-
the floor| Civision and sale in lots of 20,584}ing out harbour improvements.

St.}nothing being done.

|have to be carried out without a

onding the motion for disapprove! also mean that if a person in the
of the Regulations said that long | city of Bridgetown who got to-
before the Regulations were laid | gether a dozen or so friends and
on the table of the House, he had | could not afford to pay the price

heard they were about to come.
He considered them very selfish

of a chartered bus and wanted to
take a little excursion in the coun-

because, as the senior member for |try to get a little fresh air, he

St. Philip had said, the bus ser-
vices of the island were insuffi-
cient, There were several people
who had to go for one reason or
another on cross country routes
which had no bus service. For

would be deprived of this

He, therefore, in seconding the
motion for the disapproval of the
Regulations also counselled hon-
ourable members to vote for its
disapproval

After other members had spoken | &
insfance, members of the several supporting the >|
religious denominations and others|motion for disapproval was put}

disapproval,

who had to interchange visits onland resolved in the affirmative.

;












He said that they had heard a

There was
however

only
talking, and

From what he had been able

He suggested that a letter should
be written to the Government
asking them to give early consid-
eration to what was to be done.

He felt, too, that work on the
harbour would not necessarily

break, but it could be begun in
such a manner as to allow for
subsequent extensions.

The Council agreed to write a
letter to the Department of High-
ways & Transport and to the
Sanitary Authorities of St
Michael asking that the sanitation
of the area of the newly formed
*bus stand be improved,

Mr. Dowding said that there
was usually much refuse thrown
about there 2nd sometimes the
smells were offensive.

The Council decided to wr'te
the Commissioner of Police to
suggest that there should. be more
places allowed for parking cars.
The matter was brought up by
Mr. A. De Lisle Inniss.







What’s on Today

Meeting of St. Michaet’s
Vestry at 2.00 p.m.

Cricket at Combermere 1.50

p.m.

Police Band at Charity Con-
cert Bathsheba, St. Joseph
4.30 p.m.

Water Polo, Aquatic Club
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, South Point
Lighthouse Pasture, Christ
Church at 7.30 p.m.

Diocesan |
Synod Meets |

A special Meeting of the Bar-'
bados Diocesan Synod was held
at the Church House on Wednes-
day the 18th inst. at 11 a.m., to
consider the position arising out
of the recent resignation of the
Lord Bishop. On the motion of
the Venerable Archdeacon Shank-'
land, Synod unanimously ex-|
pressed its deep regret at the
loss the Diocese will sustain when
this resignation takes effect It
also placed on record its’ deep
appreciation of those gifts of
learning, seund judgment and





devotion, which His Lordship has}

So conspicuously displayed during
the five years that he has occupied
the See of Barbados
Further, the Synod by an over-
whelming majority of both
Houses, adopted a resolution to
be presented to the Governor-in-
Executive Committee, praying that
a Committee be appointed repre-
sentative of the Government and
the political parties to confer
with a special Cor ittee apvoint-
t Synod, and to
the difficultie vnosed

Churen by tne prese






n the
yn. 1€

Anglic an Church Act.

‘

space.
The shipment will go by the first!
opportunity .

DROVE WITHOUT CARE | crowd of about 700 that watched

LISLE CARRINGTON of Year-



against Romans C, C, which be-
gun on Saturday last.

Goodw.ll won the toss but skip-
per P. Walker sent in Romans to
bat on a perfect wicket, The

|} the game saw the strong Romans
team dismissed for 66 runs.

For Goodwill “Gaffer” Holder
took five for 18 and Vernon Fenty

WILL PAY 40!-



14 days or in default one month’s'McCollin took four and three
imprisonment. He appealed.

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respectively.








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sane came eset macy

vood Land, Black Rock, was|two for nine. St. Hill and Walker
yesterday found guilty of driv-| captured one each.

He felt that if it were thej|ing the motor lorry M-1483 on} Jn reply Goodwill knocked up
intention of the Government to]FPaxter’s Road without due care|100 runs of which Miller, their
improve the harbour, the public|and attention on August 10. opening batsman, scored 41, F |

Mr. H. A. Talma fined him] Nicholls scored 26 not out. For |
being put forward. 40/- and 3/- costs to be paid in|Romans J. Higginson and F.,



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MUSTEROLE— The Chest

Rub 2/- Body Puffs,
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SUN GLASSES—made of
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WRIST WATCHES—Excel-
lent quality $9.00 to $17.00
KODAK CAMERAS— $5.00;
$10.00; $12.00; $16.00; $20.00
$25.00; $35; $50.00; $80.00;
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HIGH CLASS PIPES—Dun-
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The working man’s pipe.
CADBURY’S CHOCOLATES
—Red Rose jlb. 1 Ib.

Hazel Nuts 4 lb 1 Ib,

Milk Tray $1.48 '

Princess 1 lb 4 Jb, f

Assortment }

ROUND TREE’S CHOCO-
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$1.88; $1.08
RAISINS IN PACKAGES—
Of excellent quality at 62c¢,
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Perfume from France and
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$10.00 and $14.00.
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HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON









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WHAT ABOUT

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Bots. Maraschino.. 4.00

Bots. Creme de
Menthe ......... 4.00

Martini Vermouth 7






(Dry)
Martini Vermouth
(Sweet) ........ 2.88
Simmonds Stout .. .30
Vi Stout .......... .30









Household,
Requisites Ete.





















AH, YES! FORGIVE ME! | SIGNOR NOSEY PARKER CANNON «|
1 FORGET THAT YOU / PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR... Mav t
GENTLEMEN HAVE PRESENT ~ DETECTIVE INSPECTOR

THERE THEY ARE!
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1 DON'T GET THIS! AND ARE YOU
1 THOUGHT You TRYING TO TELL ME
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Hafnia Hams (2lb) 2.88

vent a) caren. pana C4 eae oy" af aver Dettol 1.36, 52
tn ts} [orcas FI AGS re Eno’s Fruit Salts 1.00, 58 Canned Meats
12 i wake o TEV ay le Limacol ....... 81 AUSTRALIAN

; Scrubbs Ammonia 66

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= hae 6 oR, ar Vaseline Hair
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Straws (Pkgs.) 15, 14 Roll ...,......5.
MUTTON CHOPS
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Bes | eaeeeg &) * \ | seed T Jellies .... 19 C & B Mushroom
( ee Ga Brown & Polson Ketchup .......- 35
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$ A. J. C. Marmalade (1}Ib).......... “4 Letona Tomiato Juice.........6.....00ese0ees 34
j Trin, Marmalade ..................005 36 Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice................ 39
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BARBADOS.

Barbados Fancy Molasses

Production and Export
Acts 1937 & 1939

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950
LLL

CLASSIFIED ADS. -

ADVOCATE
CHANCERY SALE

undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office
Public Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on the date
‘i belo’

PAGE SEVEN;

QUAKER OATS





OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN ‘THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPEAL






incdinancepeesnieaitetabemst—setasiiontee (Equitable Jurisdiction) . Sitided a a If ae ~~ wold. it will a set om gem Socveniens Friday
= ste ie me place an a sam wm s u ieul, c
DIED P ‘ Cameron Wittetnen nea ae: UNDER the above Acts, the application to me. - apr a: we o eo
APPLEWAITE—-ST. CLAIR. -Stdanerel UNLIC SALES "Defendant. | Fancy Molasses Control = Mar- ROBERT CLIFFORD CHAPMAN
. oT. . Tsua vs.
eves 2 ee ae a we Ae Court in the, above sation dike | 4 eaen eae ee . S JASMINE GILL; FRANCES EUGENIE STUART & VICTORIA ISABEL BLACKMAN
this afternoon for the Westbury Ceme- AUCTION Sil persone, having ay Lefive Matice £0 lfancy molasses to be manutactur-| PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the parish 0°

and Island

give mere nourishment

















































































tery Friends are invited. ——— ms | interest in oF Ary fen = te ef Barbados containing by measurenen
be 5 + three acres and four perches or thereabouts butting and bounding o
a - Pc cnen hechial tena ion. UNDER THE SILVER oe = ta Key e - parcel lands now or late To ee now or inte of the ‘estate -
. a . S land known . om or tation, Is lat 1
aie Nathaniel, Clayton, Edward HAMMER as The Garden in the parish of Saint J. R. Husbands, on lands of Bowmanston, on lands aw or late os to help children row!
(brothers) of Lioyds Agents. James in this Island con! by ad. F. Codrington and H. J, Holder and on the Public Road or however oe er Ee eee
wé will sell on FRIDAY the isth a measurement two roods and else the same may butt and bound Together with the messuage o at
HOLDER—CLARA. Last night at her) Rebert Thom Ltd. Warehouse, Fairchild | Pounding on lands of Veronica Welch on dwellinghouse thereon called “Stuartvilie” and all other the erection: as en
residence “Emerald Vula”, heap- : . . im Gill, on lands formerly and buildings thereon erected and built standing and being with the GOOP.-
Si le funera will leave Beatrice Gibbs now one Yearwood =
residence at 4.30 o'clock atter- | 13 to enlesie dees Chat ae Bale of one Burnet! on lands formerly aw ie eek. WATURA te sD
noon for the Westbury atte. ~~ ot: tain “Sac hew beleaing Se 9ee DA : Septerber, 1950 oH iG ADG=
io = a & CO.,| Hinds on lands of Louise Agard and on H. WILLIAMS, A 2
pein o Catke Mrs. 3. Bullen and Auctioneers & public road or however else the same Registrar-in~ ' tu a
13.9.50—2n. | May ‘Dutt “ana "bound ‘to bring "before me ee a GUICK MRALTH
— account their said claims ane ui BREAKFAST
FOR SALE instructions of the Attor- | With their witnesses, documents and Boi! 2 ns af Water, Add ast u
: estate of Mr. Edw: vouchers, to be examined by me on any : b e + af weter, Add salt. Whee
(dee'd) I will sell_on FRIDAY isth at | Tuesday, or ry the hours - p oiling, add 1 cap of Quaker Oats,
A : oe Sa of 12 seen? oc 3 poy sg in = \Y a Cook tirting, fer 2%. minuws.
loon Car in good ing | afternoon, at the Office Clerk NS Tog Thee’ .
Ra a ad i Fa eg OS \ : =
i er and 1 ns . | Cour se, . .
Apply ©. 8. Smith, Kensington New Road | fant. “'Thems Cash. Me. oth day of September 1900, in order MONTREAL A‘ Ww ZRA- MORE miners
12,9,50—2n, | Eenzie: 5800-2. | oe = a ranked accord- LAND Line ‘Marre fe sees for strong benos and teoth
: (MLA.N.Z, »
ve ively; otherw: persons will MORE PROTEINS....... olen: wilh
VAN—10 horse Power esth Vea ts REAL ESTATE ae poet eae the TA a the oe “PORT WELLINGTON” arriving Mm s - for growth, solid Resh and muscle
Scott & Co., ‘Whiteparic. ng ¥: I offer See Deere. the a ot all * s.s. “GLO gale FB an- The M.V. “Daerwood” MORE CARBOHYDRATES for cazrcy ead enduronce
30.8, ff y
50—4.£.n. | for sale on, Thursday, 14th at 1 o'clock | | Claimants are also dwt they tle August Sist. Adelaide September ith 111 win accept Cargo and Pas- MORE vitamins (2, 00: turn fned inte “‘beily-teat”
ELECTRICAL Y.M.C.A. all the growing trees standing . the 20th tember, 1950, . h ber, , a -apeasneonesatensacis
on these lands. The successful buyers! at 10 o'clock a.m. when their said Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar- sengers for St. Lucia, St
must remove same within 30 days in-| clai will be ° bados November 4th "
ELECTRIC WASH INES vs “9 Doge soa : ease i
win opiaiee VARIES, MACHINES CMe aedSe nad. “haSoc ut | corese Magee Nan tie 20K day ARSE Nee ot sme, fo || Vincent, Grenade and Ari |
Canada We have only 2 of these | hammer. 4 ‘ ree : Tl. V. GIRES. Cargo accepted on through bills ve? i t !
A abet Wann coe’ ber wee teens Fee ib Se, (Ag.) Clerk of the Assistant lading with transhipment at Trinidad ba. Sailing Sunday 17th.
o! are in use iy. joneer. Court ados, \-
all giving 100% satisfaction. John F. 10.9. £0.—4n. ¥ t ————___ = roe Leew: aa
6.7.50.—3n ard and ard 1 s.
Hutson, Ltd. 4.9502. | -———— For further particulars apply:— B.W.L, Schooner Owners |,
The undersigned will be set up for sale mova Ballet FURNESS co. LTD. Asso, (Inc)
RADIOGRAM — 5 valve Pye. In good Pye. In good | 2t thelr Office No: 17 High Street, Trinidad, B.W.1. r r *
condition. Apply by letter to M. A.| Bridgetown, on Friday, the 22nd day. of CIAL SALE f Tel. No. 4047
Lynch, Whitehall, St. Michael. eee 1950, the Sugar Works Plan- y DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
10.9.50—4n Lo THE . Pupils are notified that classes will Barbados, B.W.I.
MAXWELLS.
of antes together by nha â„¢ COURT OF commence at 9.15 a.m., on Saturday next co
POULTRY tion 198 ACRES. (Bquitable .50,—3n. eo ee ee
ACREA: in Plant Canes — 3% John
dares. id Cameron Whi °
CREA: in Ratoons — 25 Acres. .
ACREAGE in Preparation — 38¥,| NOTICE is Abcou Steamship (0
cres. virtue
size. Also a few pairs of good Modenas.| There will also be sold with the said | Court of
All Pure-Bred from Prizewinning Stock.| Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2) June, 1950, 9nc.
SHEARN, Garrison. Dial oO olan a Mitch Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel- 2 - P
.9."50.. . art. ‘lerk
For further particulars and conditions | Appeal at the ‘
MISCELLANEOUS, | ° “Otis SatFORD'R co... | sea i _—
BUS & TRUCK TYRES de by . " x "dos
Henley of England. We hae ie few - 8.9.50—13n N.O, B'dos
32 x 6 remaining which cannot be re-| ~So,pea win acemiing Micldande |i
placed to be sald at. todas" ice. |. SHARES with Accruing Dividends:— |i" the
There is no better tyre peal zw the 50 Shares in Barbados Shipping & Trad-| in the pai
world. John F. Hutson Ltd. Ly. 00-4 Tees) 1) Bares ts Fiamtations roods a and ae of a =— astues +"
14,9.50—2n. . Veronica on .
ne OO ee eter Sale bY | Gill on lands of Beatrice Gibbs WS FLASH ; . NE, Bees
CORN! CORN! CORN! Give your ic Competition at our Office. James| now one Yearwood on lands of one p ‘C. G, THULIN" ...... Ist September 12th September
poultry a Treat. Fresh Dried Indian SS eink Bridgetown, on Friday the 15th| Burnett on lands formerly of Lydia ' “BYFIORD” Sist Beptenber fag) Ooteper
Corn Ready Shelled. Griffith’s Rockley,} © paca ">s ” +) TAll now to one Hinds on LEATHER GOODS with |
—— - | road or however same butt ifts. ICE
DEMIJOHNS — Thirty (30) Covered 13.9.50—3n. | and bound, and if not then the nase Senrene S SOUTHBOUND
Clear Glass Demijohns 12% Gals. Capa- said be set up for sale FLOWER PATTERN | Sails Sails Arrives
city. Rum Dealers should be interts-| ee eat Government Debentures | on ae Weiday betenen tee GLASS Name of Ship Montreal Halitax Barbados
° lows:— same hours unt same sold a
Ee , 1 2100 bear terest sum ; For Front Doors. S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER" ~— September Ath, September 11th. September 2st
kstein Bros 10.9.50—-8n. SGA bearing: in oO OR ee Ge ao at ben ie. — AT 8.8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” — September 22nd.September 25th. October Sth
GRAMOPHONE RECORD Collection. 3 @ £200 bearing interest at 3%% 1. Vv. cers, OHNSON’S NE eee
Classical and semi classical. Approx- due 1954 " (Ag.) Clerk of the J and Sainkans RY, NORTHBOUND
imately 300 records. To be sold Complete. 1 @, £100 bearing interest at 3¥4% of . Sere
y vr! oO : 4 yneh, e Ta
Whitehall, St, Michael, 10.9.50—4n, 1 @ £100 bearing interest at 314% 5.8; ALGOA PIONMBR” - September, 1th. Zor Bt. Lawrense Bie ee
a e 5 cto} a ny or . ” ,
PEAS—LIN CAN Fresh Garden Peas The above debentures will be set GOV E NME “A” Steamer October 2ist. For St, Lawrence River Por
Fresh suppli@s may now be had from] at public competition at the office bo R NT NOTICE “A” Steamer October 3ist. For St. Lawrence River Ports.

your grocer. 14.9.50—2n.

RECORD ALBUMS for 10-inch and for



& CO., LTD y ws
10.8.50—t.f.n PUBLIC NOTICES . 2. This Truck can be seen ut the Pine Plantation any week day This means that wear is
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Australia Discuss

Tests With W. Indies

iz Commitiee Reports Today

THE Australian - Cricket

‘the West Indies. The committee is to complet
-\ its report for dis cussion bs he
bee ard te+morrow
Mr. W. H. Jeans, Secretary of
Pep-Drugs oo Board said that the approach
| for the matctes, in e ther country
P. S rt Iwas made by the West indie
ose po. Ss cricket authorities.
Cricket circles here !
Problem be‘ieve that if the Boa: ret
, It

By CHAPMAN PINCHER |
BIRMINGHAM

PT DRUGS, which may be
able to boost the speed and en-
durance of racehorses, grey-
hounds, and athletes to a degree
never possible before, have been
discovered accidentally during
medical experiments, I

from British Association scientists
meeting here

Sports officials will have diffi-
culty in settling the controversial
question whether such drugs
should be banned or not, since they
fall into the category of “tonics”

British racing authorities sus-
pect that some French and Irish
trainers are
lar use of one of these drugs. which
is in commercial
medical purposes

If the drugs are
track officials may be unable to
stop unscrupulous trainers using
them. The drugs oecur naturally
in small amounts in any healthy
animal's body being set free by a
pair of small glands, called adre-
nals, located near the kidneys. So
a chemical test showing the pres-
enee of the drugs in an animal’s

banned, race-

blood could not prove they had
been injected
De-Pep-2
The research which led to the

discovery of the pep-drugs has
also disclosed the existence of
highly effective dope-drugs. These
the scientists tell me, could be
given to slow down a racing ani-
mal without fear of detection,

A National Greyhound Racing
Club veterinary surgeon with
whom I spoke recently, urged
me to withhold the names of all
the drugs. They would remain
effective, he told me. even if given
well in advance of the two pre-
race hours during which grey-
hounds must be under the contro]
of track officials.

Vets have already taken precau-
tions to keep details of the experi-
ments and dosages out of the
technical journals, But I am per-
mitted to say that the action of
the drugs was discovered during
experiments concerned with the
new anti-rheumatism agents called
ACTH and cortisone.

Tests have shown that an injec-
tion of one of the pep-drugs can
double the distance dogs and other
animals can run before they are
exhausted.

De-Pep-1

The astonishing versatility of
the new substances is demonstrat-
ed by further facts reported by
scientists here. Small doses of
ACTH-—an injection which stimu-
lates the adrenals to set free extra
amounts of their juices—have
proved to be the most rapid sober-
ing-up treatment for severe in-
-toxication yet discovered.

ACTH was given to six patients
with D.T.’s (delirium tremens) at
a New York hospital. All showed
dramatie improvement within
three to ten hours compared with
the two to three days taken by
standard treatments.

Veterinary surgeons are rather
hoping that further research will
show that the pep-drugs have
damaging after effects on animals
if given over a long period. This
would restrict their use on valu-
able racehorses and greyhounds,
they believe.

But that danger has not stopped
some French racehorse trainers

iving small doses of arsenic “to
improve the wind,” vets tel! me.



Compton Retires
From Football

LONDON, Sept. 12.

On the eve of his departure
for Australia with the M.C.C.
cricket team, Denis Compton,
England and Middlesex cricketer
and Arsenal footballer, announced
his retirement from football,

_ Paying a tribute to Compton's
footballing ability, the Arsenal
manager Mr Tom Whittaker

said, “I am certain that had the
war not intervened, Denis would
have joined the small band whc

have represented their country at

«both cricket and football”,
Compton, now 32, has won oth

a League Championship medal

and a cup winner’s medal during

his career with Arsenal.

v —Reuter,





Board of Control
pointed a special committee to report on the proposed}
series of Test matches in 1951—52 between Australia and

lit should be played | in
because of the better inancia}
ti rospects
J. Mard, writ eM
ourne “Herald”

learned | return the 1930/31 visit by sending

already making regu-j

production for |



‘(hel haa

SYDNEY, Sept. 13

to-night ap-

o the series, they wi'l ux

Australi:







“It is believed that the Wect
Indies are wi'ling to send a team
to. Australia, perhaps in 1951/52,
but would prefer Australia to



4 team to the West Indies”
—Reuter

Empire—Leeward
Must Replay Game

“HE Board of Management ot

the B.C.A, at their meeting yes-
teiday discussed the Second
Division dispute between Lee-
ward C.C. and Empire C.¢

lt was decided to write the
Leeward C.C, telling them that

they should have played out the
miatch and protested afterwards,
Both teams w ll be told that the
match will be replayed at the ena
of the season if necessary.

It was also suggested that all
clubs should be written and in-
formea that in case of dispute
they should play first and pro-
test afterwards

The dispute arose out of the
second day of the game between
Empire and Leeward at Fosters
The Emp re players were travel-
ling to Fosters by lorry, accom-

5 by the two umpires, but
to an they dio
no* arrive until 2,10
p.m. when play have be-
gun at 1.30 p.m,

Although the

accident
at Fosters
should



Emp re skipper

explained the position to the
Leeward captain, the latter re-
fused to play. A protest was
staged but the match was not

claimed by either side

The Secretary was informed to
wr te the Amateur Athletic Asso-
ciation of Barbados acknowledg-
iig the receipt of a cheque for
$200 which represents the B.C.A.’s
siare of the gate receipts for the
list AA.A.B. acting.

A letter was read from Mr
Ilarold Kidney, Secretary of P ck-
wick Club, stating that he could
not make any arrangements for
the 1951 B.A.F.A. season as he
cid not receive any reply to a4
letter sent to the BA.F.A

The Board also considered draft
rules of the West Indies Cr cket
Roard of Control Submitted by
Jamaica along with amendments
offered by a Sub-Committee.
Fresent for these discussions was
Mr. K. L. Wishart, Secretary of
the British Guiana Cricket Board
of Control,



Jamaica Trounce
Barbados Again

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 13

Jamaica continued their win-
ning streak when Sturdy and
Farquharson scored convincing
wins over Manning and D. E.
Worme ia reverse singles tonight
at Georgetowr. Cricket Club
lawns. Sturdy stole the spotlight
with powerful back hand and
forehand drives. As previously,
ois play at half-court .was again
beautiful and on several occasions
caught his opponent out of posi-
tion, Sturdy drew applause with
several powerful smashes and only
one smash ball went into the net.
The first set finished with the
score 6—1 after eight minutes
play but Manning put up a dour
fight in the second set which saw
hot serving from both players.
With the score 5—-3 in favour of
Manning, Sturdy with graceful
drives across court and beautiful
back hand play quickly equalised
and went past his opponent, Man-
ning came back to make the score
six all but Sturdy again domin-
ated and clinched the set which
lasted 25 minutes 8—6. The final
set saw little opposition from
Manning and finished in 15 min-
utes with the score 6—1. Farqu-
harson won his watch with scores
6—2, 6—2, 6—4. His service has
been the best seen for the tour
and on many occasions he had his
opponent playing into the net.
Dp. E. Worme tried throughout,
but lacked finish. Jamaica quali-
fied for the finals. B.G. will play
lrinidad tonight.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

UP FOR FIGHT | British Marines

For Korea

TOKYO, Sept. 13.

\ Tue first British Royal. Marine
Company for the Korean battle-
‘iremt arrived in Japan by air
yesterday from. London

Others were coming in to-day
elt wearing civilian clothes

ihe marines are being shifted

cm Singapore.



, ort to a large United States bas
on the coast and immediately gu.
down to hard training.

Ceneral MacArthur’s Headquar-
ters has not announced the pres-

fence of Eritish marines here.
Their specific mission in Koren
‘is a closely guarded secret.

j —Reuter.



| 3 Killed In Crash

x EN /ROVINCE, Sept. 1s,
pple were killed
when a French military plane
cr “a to-day at Les Milles air-
fieli near Aix En Province.
YOUNG BASSIN of Martinique is here seen signing articles yesterday for his intercolonial fight with The three were the crew of the
KID RALPH (seated next to him), middleweight champion of Barbados. The fight is scheduled for French military Nord-

October i7th at the Yankee Stadium.

Others in the picture are left to right: Standing—Ben Jones (Ralph’s Manager), Luther Fields (Pro.
Hihictnnde of the fight), Claude Ramsay (Boxing Correspondent) and Raphael Herbert (Bassin's Manager).

Civic Welcome Planned
For W.L. Players

lunch and later an official dinner
{for the local representatives,
At this dinner there should be



WHEN nine members of the
West Indies team to England
arrive here, as scheduled, on



October 2, (Bank-Holiday), they|two representatives from each

may be given a reception remin-j club, a representative from each t

iscent of that accorded Princess }sports erganisation’ in the island KHAN
Alice and the Earl of Athlone} and also players who have in the

earlier this year.

The Board ot Management of
the Barbados Cricket Association
at their meeting in the George
Challenor Pavilion at Kensington
yesterday evening discussed the
type of reception that the players |
should be given but did not com-
mit itself to any definite proposal

Instead, a Sub-Committee con-
sisting of Mr. J. W. B. Chenery,
Mr. E, D. Inniss and Mr. W. K
Atkinson was elected and it was
suggested that they should seek
the approval of Government to
give the team a public reception,

The players who will arrive
here by the S.S. Matina on October
2 are: Messrs. John Goddard,
(Capt.), Everton Weekes, Clyde
Walcott, Roy Marshall, Prior
Jones, Lance Pierre, Gerry Gomez.
Kenny Trestrail and Robert Chris-
tiani. They leave England on Sep-
tember 23





Messr.. Jach sianey, Freddie
Clairmonte and Jeffrey Stoll-
meyer are expected to leave Eng-
land by the Gelfito on October 5,
Alf Valentine will be leaving by
the S.S. Ariguani, direct for Ja-
maica, on September 23, while
Hines Johnson will leave by an-
other ship for Jamaica on October
q;

Worrell and Ramadhin are go-
ing to India with the Common-
wealth team, while Allan Rae and
“Boogles” Williams are remaining
in England to study.

Mr. Eric Inniss said that
Committee should interview the
Colonial Secretary and get the
co-operation and approval of the
Governor

He said that the team should be
met on board the Geolfito by the
Sub-Committee and brought
ashore in a Government launch.
They should land at the Chember-

the



lain Bridge and then be led across
the Seuare to the Publie Building
yard where they would te met
by Hi Excellency, members ot

the House of Assembly and L
islative Council and others

After that they should be plz abet
in open vehi les, and accompanied |
by the Police Band, they should |
be driven through the main streets
of the. City. Following: this |
arrangements will be made for |



P.T, As Tour
Necessity

|
THIS is the appointment
would like te cee advertised a
filled before our cricketers leave
for Australia says Sportsman’s
Diary.
His authority should «. 9 in-
clude such matters diet and
‘lights out.”
Have past
100 per cent fit? I
is not that
heavily or
night But
1)
‘

touring sides been
think not. It
have drunk
stayed out half the
these days best re-
sults can only be obtained by
properly trained athletes.
Cricketers, unlike
have no organised training
ought to

the men

footballers,
They

WANTED—a PT
to accompany
touring team to
tralia; to have
plete charge
out tour to enforce
among men not
ing in a match

expert
MCC
Aus-
com-
Sve

ain



A GAL TRYING TO ACT
SURPRISED ATA |
HOPE-CHEST SHOWER:








SHE EXPECTS A
CAKE ON THE HOUSE
THIS IS THE THIRD
BIRTHDAY SHE'S HAD
HERE SINCE THE
FIRST OF THE







"Tuere's AT LEAST
ONE EVERY NIGHT

THEY'LL DO IT EVERY

TIME ==": @

THANX TO LEE VINCENT;
RO. BOX 1g! WILKES-BARRE, BA



past
abroad,
After
decided to leave the matter in the |
hands of the Sub-Committee.

|
| A MOST
| APPRECIATED







—_

'
at
THE BAR * Ss
| AQUATIC ©)!
(Local and Visiting Moni o

plane, a
| Alfa which crashed on
fter

landing
a training flight.
—Reuter.














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TkaraataT Krplraabrr II 19J Barbaitras locate Prir, PIVI M Vrur >". N. KOREANS USE SUICIDE SQUAiM Big 3 Pleased With Marshall's Appoin tmen t AM U.S. Defence Secretary By SYLVAN MANEGOT NEW YORK, Sept 13. QRITISH AND FRENCH delegates to the three power Foreign Ministers talks here have re acted favourably to the appointment of General George Marshall as United States Defence Secre tary. Though last night they maintained diplomatic silence on the resignation of Louis Johnson as Defence Secu-t.ny privately they are already beginning to assess the likely implication of the appointment of General Marshall as hi? successor. — They consider he will not allow ^^ the immediate neceaslt> of Cretan Lover Cost Greece £50,000 ATHENS, Sept. 13 Constant! n Ke/aloghiannui. charged with armrcl revolt for hi* run-away marriage with 18-vearold Cretan girl Tassouln Peirakoghlors. today protected against a trial in Ifcraklinn. Crete, where hia armed flight to the mountain.' alimost tourhed off a civil war Const not in was moved from the police station to the Athene prison thin morning under a writ issued in Herakhon. charging him with armed revolt and Illegally carrying arms. His lawyer at once appealed to the public prosecutor declaring that If he were tried before HorakIlon magistrates the "defendants" lives might be endangered." They were acting under pressure from Cretan public opinion, he alleged It was disclosed here that the chase by Greek troops Into the Cretan mountains undertaken at the demand of the girl's father. :i Liberal Party Deputy, cost the State £50,000 %  eater t.v soi im us m:u:ivi.M. MIIIHAI. ATTIVIIO* B. Honduras Disgusted With British Rule iProni Our Own Ct>rrr*[Hi BELIZE. Sept IS On the afternoon of the 12th September, boos drowned the address of loyalty by the Mayor of Belize to the King via the Governor of British Honduras at the postponed National Day celebrations. The majority of the audience sang "GU Hies; America", waved flags of the United States and Latin Repub'lcs and the flax of the original settlers, signifying disgust with British rule. The Governor warned them of the Emergency Act, forbidding meetings and political demonstrations, enforcable soon if opposition continues through the People's Committee who demand self determination. The Governor criticized insults to the Union Jack and the refusal of the people to sing God Save the King. God Save the King was omitted at the ceremony. After the official celebration.*. the People's Committee held i short meeting, attended by 6.000 dressing military reverses in Korea to obscure hts loni: term appreciation of the importance of securing Western Europe as a vital bastion of the non Communist world. Europe Vital Delegates recall that dur ->g his long office as Chief of SUiff during the last World War. Marshall always maintained the importance of > %  •. ,n Europe — evan at moments when the pressure ot American opinion was strongest for concentration of an all out effi 1 1 in the Pacific theatre of war. lion than once he came Into conlUt with Genenil Douglas MacArthur on the question of prtot b in allocating American stiength to one oother theatres of war It is divined he will bring hi* experience as Secretary of State to be. r on all the defence decision', he will now 1* called on *o MM N balancing the allocation t.t A an force* in oil ureas of the world. Marshall, whose mianon to China lett him with very decidei views on the causes of the Communist victory. and collapse of the Nationalist regime under r.en. ril.-simo Chiang Kal Shek, win reciprocate political fueling in London and Paris over the Formosa issue, it is considered in British and French circles. General Marshall's appointment is another step m the direction of recent American policy—as interpreted by latest public statement of President Truman and Secretary of Stale I lean Acheson. to seek some solution to eventual establishment of relations between Western powers with Communist China —Beuler PATIENCE 1<>NTEFRACT. Eng Harry Breach has tried failed seven times to pas* driving teat. Police have disqualified him from further attempts for five years. Breach said he w:" wait He is 83 years old —LNS. 2 U.S. Boats Missing TOKYO. Sept. 13 Two United States army boats w,th 28 men aboard are m saing on a voyage frcm Kobe, Japan to Okinawa the Japanese Kyodo News Agency reported today. Japanese patrol boats were -searching for the miss ng vessels. leuter SPORTS WINDOW Sparrow at theAquatic Clul oVhwh thlt *vrnlii Thar* will al*o br (wo i-rei. rtflM Ft* n.l Swordltih The but manliorwd (amt alMMild bt VST) r"i M biilh FK.nr Fl.h ant SwotfMUh ar living in wrni honinji. from Snapper., who •* -III plii sa f.Ui mgundricH.i match J WOUNDED AMERICAN SOLDIERS battle front. (Eipic-) isdical att'i.tion it a first ,*.d station iirai Ibr Koicn Reds Renew j Council Approves Vote BiitRUN BEKLIN, Sept 13 Si.viet official* In East Germans to-day re-opened the two-yearold "Battle of Barges" belweei. the East and West occupying 'ers. Russian controllers on UM Elbe it Wittenberg inside the Soviet zone to-day halted 20 barges from Berlin bound for Hamburg with metal. Scrap metal Is becoming increasingly valuable' hi the economy of West Europe due to a threatened world' shortage Barges were being held t Wittenberg pending scrutiny f their crew lists by Ku.s-um controllers, a Berlin spokesman for the Hritlsh Military Govornnt said tin; afternoon. Antigua. Advocate Hurricane Relief Fund For Antigua British authorities In have not yet registered a with the Soviet Berlin protest native* in the quadripartite city "If the ilting of barges continues with' out any well-founded reason, we shall then reconsider our attitude", a British official declared to-day. The last time the Russians clamped down on the barge irnfTk through Berlin, the British retaliated by halting vessel fOrna^ Into the Soviet sector. After two weeks* delay while; barges piled up In East and West sectors, the Berlin writer.!.. i\> m both sides relaxed theh itstli tions Realer. Ha.Aquao, ciaa A ON Sktnn.r M %  % %  %  %  D.C.aO I •MI.-...IAilhin \ Co Lai j.iui I innM>it i.id Mnu.il II.V lli-lill.,,T II. i%  Ltd M %  WinUtvaauan I "I | 1 M.l,1:„. ( .11.. L-.I I.. • • h 1 a 104 Ships Lost In 3 Months LONDON, Sept 13 The Mercantile Marine of Hie World lost 104 steamers and motorshlps "totalling 162,965 gross tons from all causes during the last quarter, the 1949 Lloyds R*'gister of Shipping reported today These included 31 ships from Britain and Ireland totalling 84.210 gross ions Norway loat 8 ships totalling 7,576 gross tons through casualty of stress of weather. Denmark 7 (3,448 tons). Spain 6 (5.427 tons), the United States fl (1.181 tonsi and Central and South America 4 (12.052 tons). Sailing ships and barque"f .11 nationalities were reduced by five totalling 3.876 tons. Kruter North African Colonies Reject French Rule NEW YORK, Sept 13. THE PROTEST supported by the Sultan of Morocco ana Bey of Tunis against the exercise of French aulhoriiy over Algeria. Tunisia, and Morocco has been eddressd to the Western Big Three Foreign Ministers now mcffrtirg h?r it was announced to-day. prote-t at inin the strategic Nor h Atlantic U.N. Rockets SplitRedTanks TOKYO, Sept 13 U.N lighters, firing a new "rocket shower", make North Korean tanks "first jump up and then fall apart," an American Squadron Commander said here Major Gem ral Earle E Partrige American 5lh Air F ree Commander claimed that fighters Ann* eight armour piercing rockets simultaneousK infers can A< hion bj B An | Bacretary of nilti-e (or freedom for North Africa" on behalf of Ab I O Knm. PraeMent of U* i oa mittCC, the Sultan of Morocco and ti ( 11m of Tunis. The "pokesman said certain HorOeeaa groups had inv.ted Ab.l El Krlm to come '-n the United Stales if the United Nati ma Gen ml Aacambly debated Spain It was said ho would ac.eut The Morocco, Tunisia, and AUeria w mid '"use all mean*. -pos* 1 to rid ther aa f h raj of French colonial rule with a view to achieving their inalienable r.glu for freedom Alleged 'secret' Tongue, Eyes Torn Out A MEETING of the Legislative Council on two successive days of any week is unusual. It happened this week. The Courcil met on Tuesday ami (gain yeaterda) y\ i I meeting being for the purpose of approving a Resolution for $20,000 voted to help relieve hurricane dlftrea in —— Th; Rteolutlon was passed by the Hi use of Assembly on Tuesday altar a fair share ot debate. iTne Council took just ten mines %  nllCUI III it Hor'bic H. A. Ouke, a staunch MaUiodi>t. quoted John WotWy aa.'onding the motion for conDM iie^.lution This motion was made b> Hon'ble E J IVttie, Acting Colo' ial S< civtary who said it was a:t .-.-tabi. bed practice in the West hull*ior islands to render assistance 'o each other foiiowlnj iiioiigld hunlcane or similar visitations, Thi Kcsolutlon beh>re the CouncU was to assist the OoveruiTwn" uf /tnliaua In overcomlnx the giest de tructiiKi caumd by Un recent hurricanes. In cot KU frwl In he Resolution, he was nir that the Council would wish to extend its deepest sympathy to the Government and people of Antigua To the Must Needy Mr. Cuke said ha had much pleasure in seconding: the motion. He, too. said the rendering of help in such cases was an ednblished i>' i 'HI in the West Indies, neither island knowing when its turn would come to need aid "The late John Wesley of revered memory." said Mr. C t Id his missionaries, 'go not to tiiu I who need you. but to those \v ho need you most." The people of Att.gua will a cant 'I* 1 sympathy of the people of this island. They have bean suiTcrlng a a bar of tragli rears, of eontinuous orougfat. "Their sugar production, widen like that of Harbado is the chief item of their economy, has bean the subject of some very terrible vicissitudes during the lasl two l I.ii'.. ii ;.i %  iimis. and the colony is not in a very financial pa .tior, In (act I do not think hat the Government hn any reserves nt all William. r O Crw.liA Archn A Prl#nd M. ..,,t. ,* ... Mr a Mr. c a Inssl .ni llamrrirll Laitrn ::• F. A i o,.., Hotrl Mr A Mr Mr in It Mr. David IJIIIV U II R..lH>rt Tlv„ I IM i*"i %  Ctrl Mw Htn r r flknatag BEHIND SOUTH KORE Big 3 Discuss LINES Defence Of We Europe dis,,.. NI w voi 'n.e |. reign Mlnlati i i % %  Amertca and I %  amad %  %  I... many 1 n Wist gkaropaan high i-oinmlssioneni < fin i .,. %  t.i. ii Qarman experts a %  'nt kvhan the foreign Ministers ,:an then meeting I tnraa Toreigii Minsters met m tin r ub committees were meeting In ther parts of the luxury e/al Astoria Hotel The) were talh> proMerni ot the %  %  %  %  l It was CM in-, eoaunltteas an uld i' 'let. d h) ii,,f theinaelvca a' then ittei noon session. The Foreign Miniate. m •• ceklng to reach ail lo-moiiow night on l Mn>iMta| v\i % %  defences agunet the threat of unisi aggression There proposals will oOttM -ding days RrjUr RedsNotReady For Formosa KONOKOHQ Sept. 13 Chinese Communist Hoop moveanta NQM t on Boutta China to Manchuria ami oilieis to the i border ,ue laid by some oenarveni nan t Tn II hut m American Staff Officer said: "We jire not concei ngd ow H MacArthur's headquarters estimated that 1.890 Communists were killed Of mundtd in the 24 hour period up to mulni lit last night SoitM of theeg casualties were Bufftn hands rOUIWed ii)' behind the lines New Greek Government Sworn In IffJNfi pi |] M' thieg part> OreeJ lion Oova I t'ci Overnight (Ufferei i larorn ki loaay Hva Coal Uon i %  %  i total "( %  . %  tornosToai The iK-w (iovet the oubaotni Pi Inn Mil %  IIl.lheial I • HI| Venagelog, it also has < Popull 11 and Oeoi i papandreou (Social I v it), Loth former Prime Ministerat i*ciin Premie fi.llO %  ial M, 1. h. L.ii and neai 1 \\ era deputies 64. and Social 1 11 TIM nea combination port of II Rlghtwtni —Rrnu-r At several points Cenwnunai I had adra n eed ap t<> 4.000 ynrdi [into A m arte nn hehi terntory. but I II mmtmtlng i>nrties wsro I 0.1-1 r u de.i up on 1 night r Taegu n-l American artllleri scoresl lire 1 inton u North Korean gun which had penetrated 2.000 yards I the united Nations forward positions Secret Operation* A 1 ka man aaad thai elandparaUoB 09 anal] groups bear out the n-port b% apt iced Communists yesterday that evcr>' battalion in the Nortii II First Division had been ordered %  -end suicide squad* % %  American lines to shoot up posts and try to take Taegu. K ing I'' it I v v i 1 • k AskH For Majority Gov't COrWHAOBI, Sept 15 DRUC SMUGCLERS ARRESTED ALEXANDRIA. Sep' 13 Egyptian coastguards al Kanliiia arrested IS drug smugglers .r:.-i 1 ihree-hour gun battle last n ght it was officially announced here to-day. Kantara is on the Sues Canal between Port Said and Ismalla -UraWr. %  Bin, 1.-fay asked the Danish Sod Party Under Hani Redtol try and form a major.ty Oov* eminent The Social sts with Sit -.eats emerged as the largM single party In the 151 seat U>< House after the Oaneral Dai Huns on September 5 The Elections w.i* caused by tho resignatiot on August 9 of 1 earlier quakr leppMd UV< Hedlnft's MinoNiy S—ialis1 iiovof e^rd-s. and other huiMini.ernmanl Reuter I al, wrecked ReU. Annum Quake Wrecks Church DIBHUOA)'tlI. Al An earthquake than Unit which Assam a month n. TO thai %  1 non like i'il S0u a h lU minutes leas -indmn I n d ep enderw .. on Aufuat Whin been reported, a church wh was slightly damaged in the am. Sent hot k ppei ago was It'll k il I %  %  %  .! n ond I la.' Money Fuml Elects 9 For Gommittee PAIIIS. Sept 19 I lull,IV III |}|. A till ,,..-. 1 1 I %  i ; of it11-membei Ext 1 Jtrva Hoard 1 U la lion ni a repreaantaUvc from Veneauela m planof tho representatlVff Of Mexin. Th. . '. rd roi faeon %  1 lb KuifcU ,. NcU • erlands, Italy. Austria. Yugoslavia, Canada. Egypt, Belgium, Ven--nchi rid I 1 I nlt-r ,;;: I lu only .-non reported on IB note I'mtcl Nation* 1.ni wag "i Tw*\ Cavalry Northwest ot 1'.. 1 1 trove. Amerlin rroopa oft threi seiMirate hill oatttona bctaeau Taegu and Voegwan 15 muaa to the North.eat, but the United Nutiona 'ounter attach recaptured 0110 Iratagk point United Nations forces ntnklng ip the East Coast have reached] 1 i Ml yards south of the ruined port of Pohanj The Eighth Army*! inonnn, 'onununlOjUe announced that nlted Nations forces ye-terday OnUnued to i^tubllsh u stroug iieti.c Una Be t wee n Pohang and yoriaehon clearing the area ot mmuntel rantnanta t)n the rlggll Hank ol the Eas' ( ...it fii-nt. AmericHii and South rroow restored the Una Southwest of Pohang (in the left flank. South Korean ml aitv.uiieu fiiMii one to flv ant light CtHiiiiuinist re\ irsull. The left rim k line now extends In lorce 11 l eg Yongchon In ii,.,ir clond* weather limed United Nations activity yeai-...,, i Mm sorties ot which tarty ball nrem flown m cleae unport of gyound forcca aaeanlly I 1 1 \.-i Korea t'*-lny —heater Three British Divisions Will Soon Be Ready Defence Minister Assures House TRIESTE. Sept 13 Doctors in the YugOBl .( Tl lasts were to-da> Bghting lo save the life of a Yugoslav ofheer found by peasants near th< Isola district yesterday. cUngIng t(. the edge of a precipice with till eyes and tongue torn out. Police were waiting by his bedaid indepenu'side hoping that he woulc nt%  •tiAraantti to Ind* ti pro .tuckers and their B posals to iTiclude North Afn1 Yugoslav authorities would not can air and sen bases In the lose the nan 11 Atlantic t'jtegie planning WON j men but it was believed that flares while the flr-t unload their condemned as "flagrant violation came from the Yugoslav C bomb* (of sovereign rights." |at Porto Rose coast oul —Beater. Trieste — a>ur There was no security for those jludh Calfckc; ,f v ho lived between the Elbe and Ecniionm AfTaiiK. stresaed thtie Rhine, and the Atlantic coast Importance of Amcnc .n and those in Britain Mr tain's rearman.ent prog Th's would}-be "security" was Bt this depended on ma< l. %  %  n shallow moekerv and other things coining from ItM Oarr Not Re... ,^n ""' \ Asserting that Bntuin tlaie not "•' '' ,|1 "'e government wool.I %  me priority in tins mutter LONDON. Sept. 13 THE extra British division which Prime Minister Clement rtttlee yesterday said would be statione l in Germany will be raad> soon as well a

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PACt. FOtfB BARBADOS ADVOCATE IHURsnw SEPTEMBBk 14 IH mmos&xwfomi tJMHOSIIV t Barbados acted geni.usly in granting tinM the people of Antigua •suffering from the devastating effects of last week's hurricane; and it was a commendable action on the part of the Legislative Council to hold a special meeting to concur in the resolut'on. That meeting was held yesterday after the regular mi Tuesday and the $20,000 voted without a dissentient v. fet It might be considered as was expressed in the House who voted the money on Tuesday, that $20,000 was a very generous sum but it must be remembered that whilst it might be a comparatively large sum from Barbados, it is a mere drop in the ocean of Antigua's needs. It is also true that the greater the sums granted by the West Indian governments, the greater is likely to be granted by the British Government. Barbados has never /ailed to assist in the relief of her neighbours who are in need of succour when disaster has befallen them. There are some colonies in the West Indies where hurricanes are almost unknown; but Barbados has had her time of trial and tribulation and it is for that reason that her people can sympathise with the people of Antigua in a way which others cannot. We too have suffered a similar fate. True it is that people in Barbados could have done with relief in one form or another after the flood damage of August 1949, but the gift to Antigua need not be made with ungracious gestures or sayings. This was never intended but any criticism of the manner or the amount of the relief was directed to the delay in relieving the distress of local sufferers. If there had been any doubt as to the deep sympathy and the genuine desire to help the suffering people of Antigua, it is to be gauged from the passage of the resolution through the Legislative Council yesterday. Antigua's present needs are great indeed; but the expeditious way in which this generous contribution has been handled should be regarded as tangible evidence of the deep sympathy already expressed to the people of that island in a telegram to them by His Excellency the Governor. Persia Wriggles To Avoid Stalin's Squeeze %  ty Kenneth ftfrulu* TEHERAN lin-xlin* Ix'hmd the high while wall of the Huumn Embassy that stands where Churchill and Marshal Stalin avenues meet is 50-year-old ambassador Ivan Sadchlkov. He has to consider a matter of 17 tons of caviare worth more than £ 106,000 at the local price of 3s. Sd. a spoonful. The Russians' favourite party food finds its way across the Soviet border from the pit Hrr Hup.' i Sj'lctiikov which get news to Moscow before il i known lo the centi.il Qovernmenl in Teheran. l*M S.Mi.-i.ikox is smart. The authorities want to suppress PrtlM Mni'stsr All Kasmara Is these transmitters — but Kussia f*s*rt enough also to realise that won't export radio detector vans. 1'ersias best hope or avoiding K-en for money. 'he Hussion squeeze is to put her economic machinery in good order Friendly. Even In Persia, one-third the sue of the United States this is no lightNot all the oil in Persia is out weight Job. The Persians are able Of MS] %  tussicn reach 700 and but idle. more miles away at Abadan on the Gulf. There is oil in the jittery Persians will say that they resort of Pahlevi, on the Caspian province or Azerbaijan, Sea. under a Joint fishing enterprise. It is Persia's only import from her neighbour. As far as the Persians are concerned. Sadchlkov and Us la nospeaka-Persian bodyguards can keep their caviare. This country would sooner have cement Or perhaps paper, textiles, or tractors, Russia has previously shown no sign of wanting to export these goods, except for money down. She has refused to do a deal for wool, dried fruits, or cereals. Terms strictly cash. If the Persians could be persuaded to buy instead of barter. the Russians could command enough currency to keep alive an underground movement which is perishing for want of everything but political exhortation Smart though Ivan Sadchlkov Is (when he was'the ambassador In Belgrudc he engineered Tito's rise to power), he has failed to deceive the Persians. The existence of an underground movement evokes this QI'KHTION: Would be posthough it is still undergn stole to creale a Korean-iype no working borehole has rituatlon in the Riut from .i screaming horde of tactic three yeurs ago failed. prospecting beggars and held me secure until But evidence is not lacking that a bus should arrive. "When four the "Democrats" are not sleeping The Russians are prepared to go out of five children born here die there below. Broadcasts from the to any lengths—to tho point, even while they are babies, what is to Russian side warn them to keep of being friendly — to prevent the be the future when the old politheir radio contacts up to date— Americans from getting n toeticians seem to live for ever?" he reference to the secret stations hold in the country. said.—L.E.H. and -ilshould get American aid to carry through their seven-year plan ol habilitation. The Americans are sympathetic to this, but point out reasonably enough that If the Persian Government would quit fOOliBl "'id ratify last year's i arttti the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company they could have £30.000,000 by return of post. The plan haa been in existence hi .i vein The 0OL> tangible avklanea of somethng done is a number of holes in the ground that will one day be the foundations of it dam. City OI Horror I have kept to the last my visit to the Unspeakable City, south of Teheran where 100,000 try to live on twopence a day or less. When great hrtckmaking ovens burn out, and are good for nothing I-ccome good enough for home* for the poor. I tried to investigate. Thrie is a Belsen glaze in the eyes of the old squatting In the dust. There is Brief for an ancient one who loses his dog. for he will md and have no means of keeping warm er been u -hcn the snows tome. Parents nostrils offer their children for sail I on illi*> Housing DESPITE the Government's pronouncement that there was no intention of embarking on any further capital expenditure, the House of Assembly on Tuesday passed iin Address asking the Government to acquire Roscfgatc Tenantry in the parish of St. John for the purpose of relieving gome of the distress in the housing situation in that parish. The Address had been the subject of much controversy at its introduction by Mr. Owen T. Allder. He pointed out that all the efforts made to relieve housing and the enormous expenditure incurred up to the present had been directed to St. Michael. The Government had committed itself to an island-wide policy of housing and this was an opportunity to give practical effect to that policy. The tenantry was for sale and if it were not purchased by the Government the present tenants might be called upon to move their houses. The arguments were cogent and during the interval seemed to have convinced members of the House that the Address should be passed. It was passed on Tuesday night without opposition. Whether it will be implemented is another matter for speculation but it focuses attention on the fact that although committed to a policy .,1 flouting throughout the island, the Government has not yet afforded any relief in the country parishes. It may be that as a result of the passing of that Address, the Government might find it convenient tu amend its policy so as to include housing schemes in the other parishes as soon as it is decided to embark on capital expenditure. There is another danger of which the Government must be aware; and that is the prevalence of tenantries and other pints of land suitable for tenantry purposes as soon as it is known that housing schemes will be undertaken in the other parishes. The answer to this is the adoption of a firm policy instead of indiscriminate buying. Our Headers Say : Cricket To The Editor. The Admcatc BIBj flinrt a step has been taken in the right direction in suggesting the present West Indies Players be given a bonus and gifts made available lor some players, I would suggest that those players who also gave onerous service In the lust West %  tour to India (and not In the present team) !* %  given a bonus. After all they U" heir health and paved the way '<>' '' %  Th*tour of India, P -i 'an and Ceylon was no bed of roses. How about • Mr Nunes? G JOHNSON Crumpton Street, lichee!, Sept. 8, iltW. Russians Are I III I In London LONDON, Twenty-one Russian clerks, men use of personal invective in thi Official quarters In London disand women, augment this sOirT. east months. losed today thai av least l**. and there are also 31 non-diploNevertheless, no British o Soviet citizens are free to roam mats who are listed at. "houseAmerican news agency could hope Britain at will and 52 of them hold staff.*' This is the only deto escape a libel action if it used have access to factories producing MTlptlon of them given to the such adjectives. Even admitting fratagdc HWIUTIUIS British foreign office, and repeated that Taaa is not truly a comparable The. information was supplied requests for a more exact descnpr.ews-gathering body. It shares all by the British foreign office and turn of their activities have SMI thprivileges of the bona-Mde the Soviet Embassy. with evasion. agencies, and It II clear that many Forty-one members of the SoviFinally, there are 20 Russian* Members of Parliament are not Embassy in London, including "gaged "information" work satisfied with its vague claims to Ihree representatives on the tr"de tor Tass. th e Soviet News Agency ^legation, enjoy complete dip'oIot ne radto evening station, the mntlc immunity Soviet Monitor, and various Ri in other words they cannot l>e %imn propaganda organs .irrestecl for nnv offence short of murder. Tins makes a total of 165 All A2 members of the trade deSoviet citizens who ;o Russia after prior notice ill rush ami American counterparts in Moscow, they can move Many of these factories arc also /reely throughout the country. engaged in making top-secret Any Russian can literally go to A spokesman at the weapons for the British armed „ London railroad station and \, 1I( \ P delegation stated .. forces, but British officials have |. uv a n c ket anywhere in the "natural and normal" Tor their raid the Russians are not permittritls h isles. Since such freedom representatives to have access to ted In sections of planU where the w impossible for a Soviet citim. i< r itish factories which were secret work is in progress m u,,, U5.S.R. (a Moscovite has manufacturing goods to order. The Sovlev Embassy in their IO get official permission for u y/hen asked whether the Soviet swank headquarters '" TROUBLE ISLAND I LOKKKS in tba dad craft of four cen-1 .uries ago had never seen an island so r.ajestic. Sea cliffs, rising in places to 2,500 feet, laced out across the Pacific Ilha Formosa, they called it, the Beautiful Isle. But with the beauty went trouble300 < irthquakes each year, head-hunting tribes. Today Formosa is still the Troubled Isle. In this tight little island twice the size of titles, are packed 7.000,000 people plus more .han 1.000.000 refugees. BUT it is upon one man that the story INK Chiang Kai-shek. Early in 1949 Chiang Kai-shek, his ruling j lique torn by dissension, withdrew from j cadership of Nationalist China. But soon after, realising that he was powjilcss to retain a foothold in a China ruled y the victorious Mao Tse-tung and his people's Army, he re-established himself in Formosa. He ferried across those 100 miles of treacherous water an army of 580.000. a navy if 45.000. and an air force of 25.000 equipped with American planes. Refugees—probably another 750.000—followed. FORMOSA grew bitter about Chiang as living standards slumped. And Chiang was growing bitter about America. A year ago the U.S. Government declared that no more help would go to Chiang and that Formosa was no longer an essential outpost in her Pacific defences. Britain went further. It recognised Mao Tse-tung's Government. Mao, too. was busy. He began preparing an expedition to occupy Formosa. The island he claimed, was Chinese. Geographically and historically he had a rase. Formosa was part of the Manchu Empire for 200 years. At Cairo and Potsdam pledges were made to restore Formosa to China. Americans looked at it differently. They pointed out that Formosa was ceded to Japan after the 1894-5 war and that the 50 years of Japanese rule had been carried out with energy and intelligence. Formosa was, therefore, a Japanese colony whose disposal must await a Peace Treaty. D. v.scorr TO-DAVS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I sunllv In.. MV Mill I KK.Wt OF UNION SOUP It II..ill.-. HEINZ TOMATOK KKTCIH'P 77 Butll*, N.fc.B. BBSS FILES •" X111 ft" HAW BOUND BASTARD FILES 6 8" 12' 2ND CUT HALF Mil MI BASTARD FILES •" •" 10" 12" FLAT BASTAKD FILES 11 X 12" 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES 4" KNIFE FILES 4" WARDING FILES 4" 6" 8" 10" 12" ROUND 2ND Cl'T FILES 8" 10" CABINET RASP 12 FARRIERS RASP 4" SAW FILES PHONES: 4472 & 4687 WILKINSON A HAVNES CO. LTD. Surcemn to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Thonrs 4472 4M7 diplomatic immunity Top members of the Soviet .1 mips in Iiontimi smoke American 1 gantfcM and ride in chatTeuririven American cart Nikolai Anrtrienko. for example, head ol Russia's trade delation, makes his rails In %  big black Packard. The Soviet press attache practically forces American cigarettes en his visitors Russian in Iheir i r g c t official permission for .. Kcnslngjjurney to Leningrad. fur .x.miton Palace Gardens, one,, called p i c) moat Soviets are suspicious. "Millionaires* Row" occupies tour -p^ Mnk t s ft lrap luxurious mansions, and they have n lars;e building complete with The Soviet nc*s ciccney, Taaa. cafeteria in a nearby less-select often labels prominent British district Soviet employees have subjects In the familiar abusive tented apartments for liielr fam|lphrases of "warmonger" or "fasrs in various ports of London. cist beast." The question was reAll work at the finbassy, even oently raised In the House of leaning and dusting, is done by Commons whether Taaa should Soviet citlsens. No Briton is enjoy diplomatic immunilv From trusted to work Inside 13 Kensinglibel actions to this respect. No lac Gardens, the diplomatic decisive action was taken, and centre where a butt of Stalin is Taaa perhaps, heedtnti the warngard their own assignments the first sight to greet the visitor tng, has been less strong In the other countries. —I.N.! Union, would tram the priv lege lo foreign importers of Soviet product*, ht replied"Of course." Td' writing to a little supplying and was, as a matter of foci*, one of from areas and Individuals in ln • "a" 1 Colony. Canada's llnest macaroni markets those areas to whom they had never sblpp. I before and when ,'J w now rumoured thai there During the war some 43 coms.tkmg an export permit were *' be no QUOtM iHUM I0T panics in England engaged in 4he told by the Export I'einiil •'aj*'"''* P o.**_*_• 'hiu' her macaroni is higher The Cate.li people were deteruric cd than Canadian macanii mJMd Btty were nov going to loae vh<1 s m lit nl))c u arbitrarily bv IMS market if they could possibly ((CC ree push Canadian macaroni (At) of ihr Brittah West Indies (In almost and these order: England could > ipply CANADIAN EXPORTER had to tell that story to many visiting buyers and il remember particularly a very large import house in West Africa who when CANADIAN EXPORTER enplained why a t'menduus indent they brought over could not be fitted in Canada folded up their tent and silently left the country LOfa*\ .ANTICUAl lA*3tc* .-1 marked that Canada developed and possessed before the English sold a pound of macaroni in them There are now Canadian manufacturers who antelling CANAUAN EXPORTER thai in their opinion the time has come when UMM uWtti should be stated and Ruch racia as the macaroni situation In the Brttth West Indies .i-ni.' to boll down to the simple f-et that Great Britain is establishing a new poaV-World War No II Industry at the expense of .jiiong others, Canadian manufaehold ft and they rr.ta> once coni urers cessions that represented a natural loss but, which brought their price Secondly, as far as Great Britdennitel* not a Canadian exporters, however, are discovering that it m ght Just as well be recognized that the British themselves are not as sentimentally inclined when L cornea to respecting Canada's former export market as Cans_ dians and the Canadian Governao wn lower .han any price qu..-e.I ...n is concerned il'i ment. were In respect lo Britain s by my English manufacturer yet. secondary industry for she pre-war markets. n0( one pound of Canadian marawheat producing country In ihi roni wag permitted by the Tvrrw MOM sense that Canada is and One of the most important and Fxchange Control Board lo l.e purmust import her raw mal Interesting experiences of recent chased by a West Indian Colony whereas th macaroni industry in years came to our attention in oespite the fact Jhat the macaroni Canada Is based discussions with Jot Laurin, they had bcvn buying for years manufacture o Export Manager of Cutelli Food wculd be the lowest priced they natural pi the Canadian Canadian PRINCESS REFRIGERATORS .1 rub ft 3 <<;IIi|uiirualr I'll HI; .



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1S0 ^aJuh galling M R A m RI %  i at Errilston O lerda> afternoon on !hc S.S Col1 BlU-to England where he will ipwi11MJ",l hal< 1 I CaiTit that this i* hi. to E'lflU'Kl MIX out lu BatboJ'JIn K.-bn-..!v. iM For U.K. Holiday M K.A' ii GREJ %  glneer of the pliuor Co and one "( th at DBS Itridgetown 1*1.,. another passenger leaving foi England on tin S.S. Ool/lfo yaatciuny. He i< on four month.-.' leave and expev:lo tx J at man Mr. .; %  i regie: much thai 1 uld not be here for the i.. Christmas Show, but ha : % %  it would be • L>sor tin. In replu lo uouri of the I7lh prox..? M City Merch UPCfl : %  I Return* T.,i t I r.-iu i'il da on Sunday. %  France, Italy. by T.C A from tf h-fi here foui visited England Labrador .mil It i Accompanying him WM .luhtmv D'Opera. a restaurant pioprletor of Montreal who U ('"in,his first vi-.lt to the Mud ami will IKhe > for two week* Mr D"Opera wrtm Ia guest of Mr. MafTei al H Barbados was widely atft, Canada, he was dlans would come down ban Leavinc For B.C. L EAVING tn-dsv for Britain Guiana by BW.I.A. hi Mi Pmprtetor of UM Barbados Dairtai Ha i^ %  oini to make final arrangement* for the bringing of a Chinese ChCl I'M his new restaurant, "The Green DruK"" Which will be opened shortly riind floor of his business premises On Visit To Parents A FTER an absence of three ind, Miss Angela Challenor. daughter of Mi und Mrs. G L Challenor <>( Kuekdeii. St Joseph, returned on Sunday by T.C A "ii %  visll to her Dan oh Miaa ChaUvnor is employed la Canada as a stenographer with the Children's Aid Society of London, Ontario. 1,-tmaan frttM ft"W Spent Summer Vacation In Canada M R DAVID Ma< KENZIE. son of Mr and MM %  gweU, and a student of the Lodge School, returned %  alter spending his lURUM 1 MM! tar? I U ntraal .Mr Neil MacKehxie another .M.th.l VI to Trlni'i -• %  tot i month's holiday baton i it 0111 Uni%  t.ik. .i Poal i i Alter Three Month* M RS. O. Dmore Uxtgr. Black Hock, who |.< i %  %  inlunwd on b) TC.A IHirlng bti .vlth hai .l.iui;hU'i MiM whose aaMMBd i branV raprssenlativc of Canada Cenwnl Building Ma %  al Transferred M R, OSRALO Wool), popular Barn -Pii kn* • kai).. i b rt mai h n I Lucia An cinployce of Messrs Cable %  Ad Wireless Ltd he lias |utl bMO i |o that colony for a hm' period. Attended Son'. Wedding M RS, I! < %  (I.'MMINS. wife of Dr If lerday for England lo join her 01 %  holiday. \li Proverbs, ;i merchant of the rm al Mi ii.imi.i i-i..^* ,i. % %  . |. %  'I..I mhil Kingdom in May lor health reasons itlj Improvaa Thaj ax1 tha end of hi paai Bank Official On Leave M l Mr* J F Haslett of %  Wood\.ne Pine Hill, left nn the Golflfo for England yagta r oaj l"i .i linlid,i\ 'I In ... tlien tlmchildren Gillian. Douglas and James and i II lnii! to Ilailiados about i. of January. I ink offV lal of Sap layi Bank (D.C fc 0 i. Mr llaslclt was 'iving in Bariiados f"i nine yean \ bean boma since iiM."> Returning Today M il FREDDIE de FRE1TAS, a rehaal I BrtU n Oulana. his wife and little daughtar will >•* returning boma tin. rhnmoon by B.WLA. after spending two months' holiday aa guest* .t %  Accra." Hock ley. M!SS PHIPPS .SEEKS A JOB B.B.C. Radio Programme THt'l(DAV. Scpa H, itw OU • m The Nn. 7 IB a m Maai%  13 a in T— L'nbnrabiBn-ltiClon. 1 as a m Th* 5^ao to* %  •:. a m Cennall) S>*r'kii a in rftim Uia aMiV rtals. %  I* a at I .. ^, News %  **•.. Paras* :1 i | U(p ir. Britain: 1 It p m Radio XMiml: I JO p m Huch Bindlna in tl. Uanh; t 00 p m Tha N !" I 10 u m Hoior Nn* rYom a>iiait>. i it P HI apOTii K-in. i >. a M Raas Up IN Cwtaln i* pit 10 p m Th* Dally Starvir* IS p m Tha War Ihr World*. p I* Mek>d> <^irmj. J 00 p m I lelanw ChokF*. Ill pi ."ro#rai %  %  -ir CltcuniManre. I pin Mairhani N**y H**tl*i%rr r SO p m Tha N-i. 1 10 a m Ne* Anal*4 7 IS io I *s p m Calling th* Wi l>dm. S S* p m Radio Newnotl. all P m Lit* in Britain, t 30 p m Troiar SM llii BanluUrr. I U p m From r>liloiiala. 9 00 p in Tit* lalaikd Port • 4S p m Montniartrr I' | p.m Th. Ne.. IB 10 p PB Inter! If 11 a m Tha Oaargr Milrh*!! Club. llUpm SfM.lal U Thr Plane for I'taam..• Beoui, expetl ond mace of fhe Duchett o Glou'citci, Miss Diono r*hippi. Myt: I wont to UM my brains." Beauty And Brains BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber C SUET, ESQ., has suggested Tluie%  daad that tho tinned crab w-(l"h !" r v l,, | l> "' U> f"! '' ' bought from Russia, who didn't* So the barrlstai ind %  0i '. to sell to America, who haulisl the Bead boras down UM doesn't want it and is sending it Maira and into UK %  %  • "HW" baofe to us. who don't want it. did thai happen'*'' asked the barshould besent back lo Russia for rlster 'Then oral .i dance hare despatch, vis Ani.iK;i. t,. us. Idjl %  ll hl man. "On, Suet says thnt if it is sent back s*dti the bai momei't direct to us from Ajnarlea, there a French sailor U will be no macblner) to deal with wlndo* of the house and thi-w it. but thai if shopkeepers and his hat to the pavement The barpublic can be told that It was lister said -Was this horse his sent back through the normal "No." said the channels mentioned above, there was dratl when it wus l-rnught In. will be more chance of keeping How did the barrister know inat It In the warehouses until it can the man was lying" America again bafore [fw (>(1((1 0 ,„ L0 y | returned, vln ltussla. to for the third time. Short Detective Story A BARHISTF.H was wnikinn through Bel grave.squarv at 6 a.m. on an August morning. Ho saw a man in shirt-sleeves The Town-crier al Mont-Louis T I1F. phrase. "A voter IttM I Urwn-criag," caught ma aj" K,.i I never hear one without thinking of the Tnmhoiirhioire .,r M..m-I>iuis wt aboutlng nf eOfltUaUOUS lain The Kuttvr were roaring and swirling with water, and the eaves were splashing over into the roadway. The • .Ihci.il iinMiiig an enormous U1 one hand, proceeded '. nan from n |Niper wheh hhold in the ulhei Tha ni*t of Mi message was that the inhabitant were requested to conserve *.ite, during tmre summer months. To mock his loud voice a minor i laud b u r sl set the whole stfaft awaih. Murginal Note T HE figure of nearly 21.O0U casualties on the roads ha> apparently appalled the people win. hi'.hiito. have always consoled themselves with tho refler lion that this is "the price we must all pay for progress." I now await statistics proving that ill these accidents were due to the criminal supidlty and salflshnfai of puiniiiani I .(JOKING for a job is M. Diana Pnlpps. 24-year-nM Bases e| the Duchess ( OlOUOl tl I" raotnar Lady Bybll Phil sister of the Dm Mivs I'hipps. tall, with large dark blue eyex and brown hair coiled smoothly al the back, has i. IraUltg French lautproducts at the counter of | We-i i nd %  tori "Now I want to find an 0MCUiivc toll to use IT. v brains as well at 111V kllMMletltfc ol sayi Miss Phipps. She started liainiim for this 1 months ago, went lo Paris for her diploma Since then sho has travelled Iron* gtors to store, giving i .. uds lo beauty. The Same Old Cream' Tulkinr t" her at the Savoy, I found Mis. Pnlpps has forthright .; %  >: %  %  OUt I man's knowledge of COBrnettCS ^'English women irr fai %  aarvatlvg about l>eauty preparations. Thev Map Uto I 'rream on their faces >e.u sftar I year—regardless ol whether or not t..ein HMI he was 17. Miss Phipps has been %  working girl In her first job. with the Ameriilm Special Service Office, she helped ganisc cnleit.iinments for U.S. lni| Mis* Philips "not engaged i unattached' lives in a Chelsea flat. "I love i.Hiking and sewing," %  he says. —l is Rupert and the Castaway—4 tl UI-LII.U tand Callli lor n(4ilr in hour Ruptn fen jn An and to to find his mother. 1 uy, Mummy, do you rrnwmhtr, ahtn •<-.". IIM hrrt I mide %  Irirnd Not i link one. gun* %  big one—it WJ old Captain B i %  r. > i %  Mi. I i; ini* .. %  ( il lir anil Iwre?" "Ar vou on find UaassrKa. H-. P FT 1/3. SI and . BBd Mural ilffMi-i. t roof of our builBina a rat (nil panarulara apply BBS— C r PttfOTH e o General Traderi LBS AOI'ATKIII IP CINEMA -M.mb... Only) TO-NtGHT at S SI Warner. KHAPSODY IN BLUE'' Robert AUM Juan irslJE rl COBVRN ..ii'l)a*i'iuaii HaA Maid DONCASTER. England. I Uuinaster has a garbage coln-tor who tiwnt his own auionioifle and employs a maid This was revealed when thi Lurhiigim.in, Alfied Bell, diseovpred that he wa* $2.80 short Ll Ms weekly pay packet Without delav he drove up to the chief clerk's office .if the local Heal n Department in his own ear anal reported the shortage. %  'ne cashier that he had i witness who SSW him open the packet "That witness is my maid", he told the cashier —IN.8. MINI frlday ISO) WiiMFs tV TB N'lCBT TALJ, BIRULL WL1AJAM IfE-IFY i. Al IITY ^The Garden) ST. JAMES un final InatBln "The THREE MUSKETEERS" and lealurr Film "The HUNTED wlln BS3JTA rWHAV To rtlTKDAY I H P.M Matinee. SUNDAY 1PM (New Cnp> I HKu Kadlua O-irluiK ACTION %  AJ'VBMTIT.%1-tMBH MAIN Color By TKliiiroanr %  t. Paul lOSNRBD Mauneai O HAHA WLA3BA — OBOBiLaM 2 Shows To-day 5*8.30 h-liiriAV ~ SATVRJtAY SUNDAY S and I 30 • Warner BIG HIT Dabble! BSBSUL F1.YNN ... TIIEY DITD WITH 3HI.ll; BOOTK ON" CROSSWORD p ? 1 I A t 7 u i r E I %  J '6 7 1 J : % %  UNut IJ lj In (Ii: 10 Prodkl : Ioreijo cap*. i ..ment food? <4I M. ASBOCIBIM witit vaniun. IS) Ban 1. to lM)ld Ihlt Hin Bdvantntie „ <• 3. HarO.hliM. Ol —dodge uu t (Sj t Km o. Pri N riBin-i .mod. ... %  naib. 141 %  i s i 7. huri %  peas tiiiA (S. 3, 3| 171. H. AlBO A.l, IS. — (II Make Your Cooking a Pleasure FALKS KEROSENE COOKER— 1, 2, 3 & 4 BURNER MODEL OVENS — Single & Double. FOR YOUR BAKISG Vou Veill Need MIXINC HOWLS. i'UDDINC TANS MEASURING CUPS and SPOONS KOU.INI1 PINS. CAKK STANDS ICING SETS WITH INSTRUCTIONS MAKING and PASTRY PANS CAKE BOXES. HREAD BINS No Parking Problem when you Shop with us THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTOf. FACTORY LIMITED. HARDWAItt DEPARTMENT Tel. No 203 -'.*. '-r*,*.'-*-'*'-*Ve'** .*-',',*--.*---'.',*,-,'*-, GLOBE | THE MANAGEMENT presents., with pride TH.: m I Il.tt I I I. VOICE OF BRITISH OUIANA'H HINOINO -IMI JP^Zyl THEATRE BRIDGETOWN LAST I SHOWS TO-DAY 5 A SMS P.M. KKKOL FLYNN, — In — THK ADYENTURES OF DON JUAN OsaCff I" Technt.olor SPECIAL MATINEE TO-WAY AT l P.M. R.K.O.-Radlo's Aetlon Thriller in Teehnleolor Paul HENREID—Maureen O HAKA in "SPANISH MAIN" FRIDAY 2 30 B.3B P.M. A < onliiiuins aver the Week-end at 5 & %  • % %  FM. INGRID BERGMAN JOSEPH COTTEN ON Hl'NDAY. t'? SEPT j£ aW THE F M g_ J^^' SWEETEST HALF HOI ll H A *^' VOICE OF THE 1 i 1 IN LATEST tint] THE IT NFS 1 CARIBBEAN AND HIT 1 sia*M PARADE | yfa !" MAR SPEC IALS L' pra ITII f* RADIO THE FILM ^ -a _. oai£ 1 i? v MlillMKOI.I L r i Mr RAY M Ms PROGRAMME. ill Again: it} Foolbsh Heart. 13) Maybe lU Beeaaae if eieoH i UNDER CAPRICORS !" mw* up IfiA\>ltANTlC %  — SPECIAL MATINEE S\TI'RDA\ MORNING S3S A.M. ULO.-BaauaV Jaaslt laviller! iSMULLER In "TARZAN jnd I he UtAZONS" 3 Burner (Table Model) $31.03 3 Burner $57.69 Single Ovens $14.03 PLANTATIONS LTD. LOOKYOUR BEST ins may youra reek | (3) riirii V i *UBjn.. 4. Bon*; i "• %  ". 11 UM* .S' SVBBU it V EMPIRE Last Isv Shows To-day §M ana g3S Republic Pictures presents "NO SAD SONGS FOR ME" Warring Marga.rt SULLIVAN Wendell COREY Vlveca LINDFORS ROXY I .M Two sh.u-1. I.. .1.. 4.30 & 8.15 p.m ColumbM uouble— Wrner BAXTER "PRISON WARDEN" snd "KILL THE EMPIRE" With William BENDICT ROYAL !.*.! Two Show. To-d.) 4.31 .nd 134. Columbia's Double Ilia LUPmO "LUST FOR GOLD" And "WE WERE STRANGERS" — With — John GARFIELD Jennifer JONES Friday Nicht at 1.10 CARACAS NUMI OLYMPIC To-day only 4.15 and 815 I'epubltr I'n-.i-ni. . "REMEMBER PEARL HARBOUR With DotatU BARRY Lynn ROBERTS use l/aseline HAIR, TOMICfcr ranriiNt uifc* ..,...-.. ..(. ...i Oratl-.-Kh U....I.'., LADIES .In^i upened NEW DESIGNS in FLOWERED SPUNS In huse sagflaJi of (-harming pattern* 3b' In uidr onh SI S3 a yd. on Display at THANIS Pr. Wmlly. M .:: IH.I 1466 W^^rt4WW.*VAV.V^rtV.V^A'A',,V.V,V,V.*.V.V/.V.*AV.'.V^//.; MAIN TOPIC OF CONVERSATION TO-DAY—AND FOR WEEKS TO COME—WILL BE "STROMBOLI" MINOR TOPICS ARE: (1) WAR IN KOREA; (2) HURRICANES; (3) DEVALUATION; (4) CRICKET; (*) CINEMA ATTRACTIONS ! RAGING ISLAND...RAGING PASSIONS! *M This : 5 ir: THE PL ACS: STROMBOLI THt STAR: BERGMAN THI INSPIKCD DIRECTION OF ROSSELLINI ...ii.. | Starting at the | GLOBE THEATRE From TO-MORROW SEPT. 15TH lor .n Extended Run Slrirllv Adull Enlerluinmrnl NOT FOR Curious Little Boy, and Girls! And with LOCAL TALENT Too! (All thi, al no Increase in Price.) You have heard about it! You've read about it! You've talked about il! Well her, it eaaatal BELCHING LAVA! It's BERGMAN al her Loving Bel!



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%  f AGE ElfiflT BAKBADOS ADVOCATE THIRSDAY SEPTEMBER 14. 1M0 Australia Discuss Tests With W. Indies Committee Reports Today SYDNEY. Sept 13 TI1K AlMtrftliM Cricket Board of Control to-night appointed a special commlttae i<> report ofl Lh'\ %  -i matebes In 1951—:2 between Austra %  Vagi Indies T,, %  ooaonutw %  ii %  ,'.. rapeM I II J.-am, Swralary of approach jfor the matctofa, In ther country Ua madr t>> UM W* uiikrl .uithorllm. %  %  ) U %  ihi* M ni I %  hould \*o played in 1 UpCClH I MIlaiM me %  •Herald" say<. n y baUavad that I indies are wining to *end a leam to Australia, perhaps In 1951 52. *ut would prefer Australia lo return the 193031 visit l to ihe Wwi Indsaa" —Renter SM.N IP FOR nun Pep-Drugs Pose Sports Problem K\ %  (IIMVMAN PINCIIKR ':!i;M!N(illAM I %  ipaad :md enn( racehorses, arcyii %  (ji rad arcidi-nuilv dunni Imenta, I learned from British AasocUoon %  taaOtlMl meeting bera Sports offlriBls will have difliag ihe controversial qui tlotl E Ii showing the prasv tba druaa In an anlmal'i blood could not prove thev had bwn i%  Dc-Pep-2 Tha raaaardi which lad '.< %  UM DI UM i|i-drugs hns also diarloMM Ihe exiMn< • %  of higli]> tffacUva dope-drug*. These %  11 int. could be given to slow down a racing animal without fear of datactton A Nation.u Orayhound Booing flub veterinary surgeon with whom 1 ipokc recently, urged tinto withhold tne names of all :; %  :. Thev would remain he told me even If given wcjl ii advance of the two prcrace hours during which greyrAUst be under the control of Irn k official*. VI hare already taken precautions lo keep details of tinexpert* moots und dosages out of the Hut I am permitted to say that the action of the drugs was discovered during experiment* concerned with the new anli-rhciim.itism agents called ACTH and cortisone. Tests have shown thai an inj lion of one of the |tep-drui:s can double Ihe distance dogs and othi animals can run before they are exhausted. De-Pep-1 The astonishing versatility substances is demonstrated by further facts reported by scientists her* Small doses of ACTH an injection which *t lutes the adrenals to set free extra amounts of their Juices have proved to be Ihe most rapid soberIng-up treatment for % %  %  • %  lo\i. MlO B r*t discovered ACTH was given to six patients with D.T.'l (delirium tremens) at '.< York hospital All showed dramatic improvement within three to ten hours compared with UM two to three days taken by standard treatments. Veterinary surgeons are rathe hoping that further research will show thai the pep-drugs have damaging after effects on animals if given over a long period Thi would restrict their use on valu %  i noises and grevhoundl they believe But that danger has not stopped some French racehorse train vmg small doses of arsenic iprovc the wind." vtt British Marines For Korea TOKYO. Sept 13 British Royal Marina I Korean battlebl Japan by an from London %  t.nes are being blurted .ipore ere mine} from the air Lit to a States ba %  n the coast and immediately gu< %  own to hard traliiing Ceneral MacArthur's Headquariers has not announced the prespne* of Eritlsh marines here. %  cue mission in Korr'i "ly guarded secret. —Heater YOUNO BASSIN of Martinique l here s*aa signing arUclas yaatardajr for his laUrcolonisi fight wit* KID RALPH featd next to aim), middleweight champion of Barbados. The fight % %  ncaMtolad for October i~tn st tinYankee 8Ud um Otliors in th BMOBM in 1-ft to right Standing—Ban Jone (Ralph's Manager). LuUtar Fields (Pro motor of the fight). Claude Ramsay (Boxing Correraondent) and Raphael Herbert lBsui" Manager). 3 Killed In Crash :. KN K .N\ L. pt I.. re Killed \>hoi> a French militaiv pl.nu (I ii to-J.)> a. -x-s M r AW En FYovincLThe Ihrsfeg .MM' UM eft> of the I French military Nord/wlfa which cratLu-d on landing :i.r %  training flight. —Reulrr Empire—Leeward Must Keplav Game till Hoard of Mana;B.I A al UMlr ii.ectmg yestexiay discussed UM Division dbputc between v., MI C.C and hi:.|.ni It was decided to arrita the C.C. telling U %  >i" > should have playad out th n,..lch and protestwt afterwards llolh teams w II be told that the i tatcn will be replayed at UM MM of the season If necessary. also suggested that all ciubs should be written and fmim-.i that in case of > should play first and prot< it uf icrwards. The dispute arose mil %  %  %  i m urc and L—w a rd .. %  i *1 !n Kmp roatan by lorry, ; I v the two uni| %  an accident they dio n I viat Fosters until 2.10 (i %  %  'i i bo shoul i %  gun at 1.30 pin Although the I the posdion to I ward i ipuin, Ihi 1Mb i lim.i to I'lnv A protest %  UM mati h a %  Th Sea % %  iformad lo V i I* the Amateur Athleh, AMKH eiaUon Of Harhndo, .nknowledi; I baque ''ir I •on wimii n prtaanu UM I s tare of the gate receio' i. • A A A H maettni %  was read from Mi ,.,,M' ekwlch Club, itatlng that %  eould %  ny urmngemenu for the 1951 B.A.FA season as he i'td not reecive anv upl> % %  ii to the H A FA The Board also considered draft milof UM wri [ndlea Cr cket Rnard ol Control SubmltMd bji Jamaica aloni itii amondmanti OaTarad by ,. nXib-Conuniti I'n pan) for than di uai Mr K L Wishait. Seeretnv Of the British Guiana Crickm Boai I .f Control. Civic Welcome Planned For W.L Players Compton Retires From Football LONDON. Bent On the eve of his departure for Australia with the M C.C cr.cket team. rx*nls OoauMon Kngland ->nd Middlesex cricketo MM) footballer, announced remenl from football .i tribute to Compton'i footba'llng ability, tin \ manager Mr Tom Whittaker lam that had the war not inlt i vemil. Del nva rOinad the small l>and whi have represented the'r country a neket and football". Compton, now 32. has won pott a League Champions: i lp winner's medal during reei t> illi Av WHFN nine inenibers ol the Bato team to England .i-1 i\i.i %  mil) i-e given %  reception remlnis.eiu il Prtnceaa Athlone c.iihei this year. %  inenl of the Barbados Crtekal Association at their meeting In tin Chollenor Pavilion at K> ng iliscussed the eptimi thai the playaj hould be given I Ut did I mn Itaall to an) . i i. isting of Ml Vi B .Mi 1 D inniss and Mr W. K Aucinaon all b and it was ggested that they should %  aaJi the approval of Goyeriiinen' to wive the te.un .1 public rccapUon The playan who will arrive %  ss Matins Messrs. John Guddard. iCspl.l. Fverton Wrekes. Clyde MalrsU Roy Marshall. l>rtor Jones, Lance I'lerre. et ilnishwl with the acore 0 —1 after eight minutes play but Mnnnilig put up a dour light in the second set which saw hul serving from both players. With the score 5—3 in favour of Manning. Sturdy with graceful drives across court and bWUttfUl back hand play quickly equalised and went past his opponent. Manning came hack to make • six all but Stuidy again um ated and clinched the set which lasted 2.1 minutes 8—fl. The iln.il set saw UttM opposition fron Manning and finished in 15 minute\ V Wnrnie tncd Ihi on.:hoiit. • •d finish Jamaica qualify i bx the hnali BO, will play Jack e.iiiiM-v. Freddie Clairmonte and .lellrey Stoll..,.. ted to leave Bncumd by the Geltito on Octobai 5 Alt Valentine will be leaving by bV ss Ariiiiaiii. dlracl nr JaBwptarnbai 2.t artalle llincs Johnson ill le..v other ship for Jamaica on October 7. w .nil and Hamadhln are going to India Witt the Commonwealth team, while Allan Itae and "lloogles" Williams are remaining in Kngland h) Study Mi Km Inniss said that the Committee should Interview the Colonial Sec.etaiy and gel tru Ii II and approval of 'he HO MM that the team should be met on board the Gelflte by th< Sub-Committee and brought %  short m a Oor anw iant l.iunch i1 ii va mbai %  lain I' it-be led ai maa ... to UM 1 rile 1 i lid ta me! H i iinbers or the Hoi %  I J tmbb kitoUv C runcil an i others. Aflei that UM) lh Uld lie placed ni open ' nd no "mpanled %  h; should be drlvi i Ihr ugh I i •' of the City. Following this P.T. AH Tour Necessity THIS i in.'iii I ould hko t, i. Bdvertiaed and . %  f.n An trolli Myi Bpo 11 ,,i. His authority should In elude luch matters diet and lights out." Have past IN DM cant lit' I think not It Is not that the men luivi druna tu ivih ii tayed i ui half the DlfM Mul these days -ult-tan only be obtained b: named .ithletes. Crkketarv, unlike footballers, . night to U \\ I'M) i IT ixpnl %  coooipany HCC tourinj toam 10 Australia; lo have compaPsa charge throughi to enforce PT men not plavA MOST APPRECIATED GIFT FLORALENE I |ll.v"VMI I everybody ipnUkM that aaMl ik tour dealer for it. phone I93B IB MINN BAY RUM CO. ,..„.. ,„ „m. ddi U gM DA\M IIUHACE NKWTIJN a i Mil Al ClAItt 1UIYAJaitia C" Ch M SATUIIOAV Ml,in leu %  aVTaaaaBBl I* %  ADMiaaioN' i Music bv Arnold Uon>r ..nd hi. aid.Mvati..-. A ---Ii .lorliHl R*r -lit BSSB lo all WuuitrUiand ("nhp-. • •nur'.iltiiii fiim. 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