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Wednesday
September 20
1950





ATTLEE SURVIVE

WAR WITH

Hachados







|'US Marines | CENDERELEA

Across The

GERMAN Y | Han River

ENDED

BIG THREE DECISION

FRANKFURT, Sept. 19
BRITAIN, France and ihc United States “will
treat any attack against Western Germany or
Berlin from any quarter as an attack upon them-
selves.’’ according to a decision taken by the Big
Three Foreign Ministers in New York.

The decision was taken by the three Foreign
Ministers according to a Communique released
here. As regards internal security, the Foreign
Ministers agreed to the establishment of a Federal
German mobile police force. Germany will also be
allowed to set up a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and

enter diplomatic relations with foreign countries.
The Foreign Ministers instructed the Allied High
Commission to “lift forthwith all restrictions on the size
and number of commercial cargo ships built for export,
and to allow steel to be produced outside the present lim-
itations where this would facilitate the defence effort of
the West.
“Hitherto Germany has been
ships of 7,200 tons and 12 knots.
“The steel ceiling was fixed ot 11,100,000 tons annually
They reaffirm: their “desire ofl Federal Republic will be expect-
rhic , have already given eae c
— once to iderake the ed |< pins 0 dl certain commit-
eral Republic into a community of |".
free nations—they are convinced pen
that an overwhelming majority of

the German people want to take!

restricted to building

and actions consis-

{

Perlin’s Steadfastness

r three Governments paid tri-
part in building a European com- the shakin ait stusitaabinndl
munity and strengthening it . | , Rerlin r at Pe

: »ple of Berlin for the val-
common situation. It appears to iv eae e the city to eoall
them that the time has now come}, ..| freedom. They have ask- |

> > “Ww » rards thel’ . ¥ Y : :
ve take the sf ‘ Srey attainment of these im it staternent..on the principles|
* ome . HO. the relationship be-|
vhts
German Rights netained twee., we Allied commanders, and

This action will’ not affect the!
rights and status of the thred |
powers in Germany which rest
upon other bases. It will how-
ever create a firmer foundation
for developing the structure of

the Berlin authorities and to lib-|
eralise Allied controls in the city,
to the maximum extent practica—|
ble |
West German Chancellor Dr. |

1

F 4 Konrad Adenauer described the
peaceful and friendly relationships}{hree Foreign Ministers’ Com- |

and will remove disabilities to|munique as “a very substantial
which Germany is subject. It iS | progress in_relations .between us!
hoped that oliiér nations will findjing the Western Allies”. “There!
it possible to take similar action js g new tone in this note which|
in accordance with their own con-jywas absent in similar communi-

stitutional practices. : cations in the past, Dr. Adenauer
The three Ministers have given|jqqeq



He made this statement |

serious consideration to the prob-|jefore a crowded press confer-
lem of the security of the Federal), noe of the Upper House of Parlia- |
Republic in both its external and); ent, Minister Ihgeror Gustav



its internal aspects. They recog-

nise the fact that outright military \Nebelier and Minister for -all
units have been created in the German affairs, Jakob Kaiser
Soviet Zone of occupation and j eat at table beside him

ee fois thee. soystier wath eat Dr. Adenauer said that he}
events in Germany and elsewhere would not comment on the Com-
have given rise to a situation of | munique in detail until after it

great concern.

Concerning internal security the
Foreign Ministers have agreed to
permit the ectablishment of mo-
bile police formations organised

was fully known.

Shaw Treated For

on land, on a_ provincial basis ‘t
but with provisions which would .
enable the Federal Government! Kidney Troubles

to have adequate powers to make
effective use of all or part of this
force in order fully to meet the} ..” 3
exigencies of the present situation, | £2&w

LUTON, Bedfordshire, Sept. 19
The condition of George Bernard

who underwent an opera-

tion for a broken thigh was statea

The Hignh Cormussion and the} |
Allied forces in. Germany wili|t¢ be unchanged at the hospital
rerider such assistance es “ay be | here this morning.

The





asi > rapid ¢ blish 94-year-old dramatist de-
vant Shee fersteues | veloped a bladder and kidney dis~

This new phase in relation jorder while in hospital here and is
between the Allies and the Fed-|being treated for this as well,
eral Republic wil! be marked b His response te treatment in
major extensions of authority of {understood to be atisfactory so
the Federal government, and the far (Reuter)

GEORGE BERNARD sHAW





NI

+7

RD SHA (94), the author and playwright, slipped on

ths :
GEORGE B
some loose earth in his garden at Ayot, St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, on
Sunday, Sept. 10th and fell heavily

—Express

with its new responsibilities. }ist prisoners had been taken in the

‘lust night, the Communist units}

{Heineman Justice Minister Thomas ! |

'
TOKYO, Sept. 19. |
GENERAL MACARTHUR!
to-day told correspondents at
Inchon that his marines have
driven into Yongdungpo, a}
‘suburb of Seoul, just across|
the Han River from the Com-|}
munist held South Korean}
capital. |
A broad stretch of the some - |
times floodswept land separ-|
ated the marines from tho)
river which Army engineers |
are now preparing to bridge.
The General said that th
head of the marine column!
atiacking vital communica-!
tions ef the city was now well!
beyonc the effective range of |
naval! gunfire support. |
Resisiance to the eastward ad- |
vance of the United Nations|
Forces which include British Mar-
ines, (Commandos) was reported
stiffening as Seoul comes within]
gun range but marine pilots re-
ported that some Communists had
reached the river in their retreat.
Pilot: returning to the Ameri-
ean carrier “Philippine Sea” re-
ported that the lines of the Uni-
ted Nations troops, lorries and
tanks» which had been moving
eastward ;'ons the main highway
from Inchon now had their head
in Yongdungpo, 3 miles from the |
edge of Seoul. |
2,000 Reds Taken |
Although about 2,000 Commun-

beachhead drive on Seoul up tc

defending approaches to the old
South Korean capital had not yet
been identified, he added. Re-
sistance general'y was light, but

Reds Kill One Another
NEAR TAEGU, KOREA,
Sept. 19.

Two Communist combat
patrols moving left of Brit-
ish positions along the Nak-
tong River before dawn to-
day, opened fire on each
other and killed 12 of their
own men,

The British let them fight
it out. The skirmish ended
in shouting and screaming as
Communists discovered their
mistake and withdrew,

Ten minutes later they
came again, but this time
North Koreans were met by
| machine gun and small arms

fire and by shelling from
American support artillery. \

They again withdrew.

| —Reuter





was stiffening i
spokesman sa‘d.

Big Communist Army convoys
were reported moving northwards
from the main battle zone towards
Seoul to-day as American troops
Lroke out of the Defence Box in
South Korea and set up a bridge-
head across the Naktong.

nm some areas, the

Reconnaissance planes spotted
100 vehicles moving north from
Taejon towards Chonan during

the night and another big convoy
Was seen travelling from Kim-
chon towards Yongdong early to-
day.

Desp:te these apparent with-
drawals to the north, Communists
were stubbornly resisting in al
important sectors on the southern
front.

Crossed South of Waegwan

Six hundred United Nations
troops bursting out of the ‘De—
fence Box’ in South Korea storm-
«d across the Naktong River un-
der a hail of Communist fire.
A crossing was made four miles
south of the Communist strong-
hold of Waegwan, the west corner

f the defence perimeter.

Attackers gained a precariou:
toothold on the west bank of, the
river, but half an hour after the
first assault at dawn, Communist
machine gunners were still put-
ting down blanket fire to check
reinforcements.

This was the second big cross-
ing of the Naktong in 48 hours.
Troops of the United S_ates First
cava'ry div’sion now engaged
Communists west of the river.

United Nations troops are push-
ing out both the western anc
northern sides of the box in
drive linkéd with the Inchon in
vasion to the North, but resistance
vas stiffen ng in some areas.

-—Reuter.

S.Africa Stands With

Commonwealth

DURBAN. Sept. 19

Prime Minister Daniel Malan
aid here today that the people
of South Africa would ally them-
s¢ ves with the Commonwealth
and other liked-minded nations of
the world in the event of a major
war

Anti-British and isolation bogeys
are dead, he detlared. Opening
the Congress here Dr, Malan also
said that if war came, the two
white races in South Africa would
‘and solidly together for the first
time in history.

In a message to Engl’sh speaking
South Africans in this predom-
nantly Engl’sh speaking city Dr
Malan said, South African nation-
ilism however much it might
been decried as_ racial’sm
and extremism had in fact proved



ave

to be a unifying force. He said
that vhe two sections must be-
come inited not merely by
common interests but also by
—Reuter.



stent cii noth“ dss ainde tri
BOWLER



PAKISTAN (Cinderella of Empire cricket world) has sent four of her
most promising players to Gover and Sandham’s Cricket School in London,
for a two months course of intensive coaghing. All four pupils are students
paying their first visit. Photo shows: Fast bowler Khan Mohammed of
Pakistan in action at the cricket school. He is considered by experts to
be in the Trevor Bailey class and topped the averages for the combined
India-Pakistan XI which toured Ceylon recently.

Express,



Great Power Goes

To People Under
New Constitution
In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 19.

BIBLE-CARRYING Labour leader Uriah Butler will
have the largest party in Trinidad’s new Legislative Coun-
cil. Six Butlerites including the leader were returned at
the election for 18 elected seats.

Butler may have one or two other adherents in tk(
House. Under the new Constitution power will be placed
largely in the people’s hands.

een Others elected were six Inde-
|pendents; two of the Caribbean
| Socialist Party, two of the Trini-
dad Labour Party, two of the
| Volitical Progress Group, the lat-
ter being a businessmen’s organi-
safion, All six Trade Union
Council candidates were defeated.

Elections were quiet; the feared
disorders not taking place. Seven
‘East Indians were among the

Advocate Hurricane
Relief Fund
For Antigua

Amt, Previously Ack-
nowledged 36,207.00
The Royal Bank of Canada

Christian Science Church



this is believed to be an Empire
record,

In the new House of 26 mem-
bers the Government will have
a bloc of eight consisting of five

Collection 73.34 |/elected. Ashford Sinanan, a suc-
Advocate Co., Lid. |cessful Butlerite aged 27, Is
See ee 59) | Tiinidad’s youngest legislator
the Staft and Pupils 0: ever, His brother Mitra Sinanan,

Gute Schone we 500 |,@ Butlerite was also elected,

N. B. C. Boyce 600 || OF the 141 candidates 95 have
relays Bank (D.C. & 0.) ‘ forfeited deposits of $120.00 each: |
K. Hawkins 5.00 |
|



. Kall q to be nominated by Governor
Rains Rance and three officials.
No Extreme Mcasures
AHMEDABAD, India, Sept. 19 It is believed that these witt
Seven people were killed anCj elected moderates will prevent
others injured when heavy rains|the passage of any extreme
srought down houses in North-| measures. The elections were
ern Gujerat in the West of Cen-] very peaceful: in the words of
tral India according to reports| the Police Chief Colonel Eric
reaching here. Beadon “surprisingly peaceful”.

Mr, James of Tobago declare«!
himself that it is not known
whether Butler will have a_ bloc
of seven, but it is likely that
James will support Butler. A

@ On page 8

Three of the deaths occurred it
Jotana village where 200 houses
voliapsed and four in Kalol town-
ship where 24 inches of rain fell
in 4% hours

—Reuter.



Russian Wants China’s
Representatives Thrown
Out of U.N. Assembly

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 19.
THE UNITED NATIONS General Assemb'y met for
ite fifth Annual Session to-night and immediately plunged
into the controversial question of Chinese representation.
Sir Benegal Rau (India) introduced a resolution as
soon as the Chairman had opened the session calling for

he decision on who was to represent China. par
goons Foreign Minister Andrei He termed the present pounce
Vyshinsky then jumped up and} ‘the political equivalent, te i
challenged the right of Nationalist | tary action which oe arene
China to sit in the Assembly and | Forces are carrying ou o Ke 1, oe
asked it to throw out Chiang Kai “Men will hang upon the wor ls
Shek’s representatives we sveak here Yet experience
. ; will have taught them that mere
words are a cruel mockery, while
men are dying for the sake of
peace and the United Nations
We have the right to expect
more, much more than words. Not
by what we say, but by what we
do, here shall their anxiety be al-
layed and their faith restored.”

Philippine Foreign Minister |
Carlos Romulo, the outgoing |
President, opened the session. in
the great grey and biue hall here. |
Secretary of State Acheson, Brit-
ish Foreign Secretary Bevin and
French Foreign Minister Schuman

were all present

Romulo opening the session said The present session is the “po-
“Mere words” were not enough | litical equivalent of the military
when “men were dying for the |action which the United Nations
sake of peace and the United Na- | forces are carrying out in Korea
tions.’ —Reuter



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NN STEEL ISSUE

M.P. Priest
Sued For
£1,500

FOR SITTING AND
VOTING

LONDON, Sept. 19
An ordinary British voter has
served a writ claiming £1,500 trom
® politician for sitting and voting
in Parliament. The politician the

Reverend James. Godirey -Mac
Manuaway is the Conservative
member for West Belfast

Since the last General Election
jus position has been in doubt
because of a last century act dis-
qualifying Church of Englanc
parsons from becoming members
of Parliament

Mac Manaway announced that
ihe writ had been served on him
by London Consulting Engineer
Fied McGhee on grounds that a
person ineligible to be an M.P. can

pe sued by a common informer
fcr £500 for every day he sits
cr votes in Parliament

Under British Law a common

informer suing anyone he claims
has infringed the state law is
entitled to any damages awarded
by the Court.

Mac Manaway who voted in
Parliament’s debate on the Schu-

man plan recently, said that he
would vote again tonight in the
crucial debate over steel nation-
al ion





IT shall vote even if the heavens
fall,” he told reporters. He said
that he would defend the action
brought against him.

—Reuter

Turkey
Refused
Membership

Of Atlantic Pact Council

LONDON, Sept. 19
The Atlantic Pact Council has
cejected Turkey's application for
full membership in the North At-
lantic Alliance, usually reliable!
sources said here today, |
The reason is that most members
of the Council are unwilling to
stretch the obligations of the pact |
iuring the present international
crisis }
Failing full membership, the;
Gouncil is understqod ‘here to}
have proposed that Turkey—and
also Greece—should maintain con-
tinuous contact with the military
chiefs of the Atlantic pact powers |
concerned in the defence of the!
Mediterranean '
In practice, the countries most}
concerned will be Britain ,France |
Iialy and the United States
—Reuter.

Increase Defences |
Says Juliana

HAGUE, Sept, 19.
Juliana of the Nether-

a speech opening
Parliament here teday told the
Duich ‘hat they would have to
inerease ‘heir defences, carry the
prerent burden of taxes for some }
time possibly accept more |
drastic measures, Speaking |
irom the Throne the Queen de-
clared that the great sacrifices
or defence again being demand-
ed of Holland so soon afver the
Second World War ard the con





|



Quee
lands in



and



flict in Indonesia caused grea

| anxiety. Reuter

} , ’ .

| French Garrison

| ‘

| Captured

SAIGON, Sepu 19.

The French Army here officia
y anncuneed today that th

pyrens sutpost of Dong Khe
ear the border of Communi
China fell yesterday to stroni
forces of Indo China's Vietmini
Pussian recognised Governmen
The heavily outnumbere:

French garrison resisted gallant

ly jor two days the announcemen,
added. A French Army spokesma
here sa'd that the fall of Dou
Khe about 85 miles nor‘n <
flanci was presumed after a day
long radio silence
The fate of the garrison wh‘
‘might have numbered sever
hundred wa nknown i
spokesman ccdded,
Keuter .



¥ , ’ °

Sydney Strike
Ends
SYDNEY, Sept. 19

dockers-strike which h
the port) of Sydney
Thursday ended tod
when workers started cleari>!
cne harbour of 70 ship

The men decided
meeting yesterday sume work

The dispute starte, when ove
7,000 Sydney waterfront men re
fused to work al the svepen
of dockers engaged on
These had Aemanded
pay for eizht hours though it wa
fownd wu! would = enc
three hours e: 1 Plannec
The docker employer
had taker the

job

The
perralysed
simce last

at a mas

to re

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help for

—Reuter

aid

LONDON, Sept. 19

WINSTON CHURCHILL tonight failed by six
votes to topple the Labour Government over
the nationalisation of steel.
Parliament rejected by 306 votes against 300
his motion branding the Government’s motion %o-

wards state ownership

of the industry as an act

splitting the nation during a period of danger.
If the Government had lost, it would have
meant its downfall and an immediate general

election.
Members from nursing

homes and hospitals, rushed to

Parliament in taxis and private cars to record their vital
votes. Shouts of joy from the Labour benehes gveeied the
result which meant that barring accidents, Prime Min-
ister Attlee’s Government will survive until next year at

U.K. Gives
£50,000
To Antigua

For Hurricane Relief

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 19,

The first consignment of food
ered clothing for the relief of vic—
tims of the Leeward Islands’ hur-
ricane storms will leave London
sirport on Thursday by a B.O.A.C,
Constellation Similar consign
meats will leave each Monday
ind Thursday thereafter for a
veriod of three weeks
| The value of goods will total
some £2,000 and is part of the
relief scheme for which H.M
Government has voted £50,000
The B.O.A.C.’s mission of mer-
ey flights will take these food and
clothing parcels to Kingston, Ja-
maica from which they will be
; ‘own to Antigua by West Indian
Airways, a B.O.A.C. subsidiary
; Packages which are designed to
issist four to five thousand vie
tims will contain dried milk, meat
xtract, soup. chocolote. oatmeal
is well as clothing

Of a tota! grant voted by H.M
Government it is learned that
hout £5,000 will be devoted to
the rebuilding of wattle houses
£30,000 for the rebuilding of
wood and stone hoyses; £5.000
for renting premises and buying
office equipment to take the place
«{ “he burned out Leewerds Fed-
eral Secretartat.





Adams Unable To

Attend Talks

Dr, H. G. Cummins, Deputy
eader of the House of Assembly

informed the Howse yesterday
thet Mr. G. H. Adams has written
» letter stating that he would

be unable to go vo New Zealand
to attend the Empire Parliamen
tary Conference in October

Mr. Adams had some time ago
been appointed by both House
of ‘he Legislature as the Barba-
dos delegate at the Conferenc>

Lr, Commins said that he had
communicated with the President
a ths Other Place and bods
Hicuses of the Legis'ature will





meet on Tuerday next to elec. a

Gelegaie in place of Mr. Adams |

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“THE

It Is The Opening Of
BARBADOS
FIRST CHINESE RESTAURANT

Conservative Leader Winston
Churchill had launched his ali-
out attempt to unseat the Gov-
ernment by declaring that the

nationalisation of steel would in-
terfere with the nation’s rearma-
Before crowded

ment effort a
Parliament he charged Prime
Minister Clement Attlee’s admin-

istration with “secretly preparing
a new and deadly blow at national
unity.”

Time of Danger

This he said came at a moment
when Conservatives and Liberals
had pledged themselves to support
the Government's defence pro-
gramme in a time of “possibly
mortal dangers.”

Churchill said that the action of
Prime Minister Clement Attlee in
taking such a step would be
sternly judged by the nation and
by history

The Government, he declared,
was picking out for fundamental
disturbance “one great basic in-
dustry which of all others deserved
the prize for its efficiency.”

Churchill said that the Prime
Minister had not only fomented
national discord for. party. pur-

poses, but was placing an obstacle
in the whole steel organisation
which might be very serious inva
swift re-equipment of defence
services, He announced that if the
Conservatives won back power,
they would repeal the Steel Na-
tionalisation Act whether or not
the steel industry had already
been taken over

Missed Schuman’s Talks

Conservatives, Churchill con-
tinued, still thought that Britain
could “perfectly well have taken
part in,the Schuman Plan talks in
Parise If there were a misunder<
standing—-she could break off at
any moment.”

He added: “It would have been
en advantage not only to Europe
but to our own steel industry to
have been present at the meetings
on a project which carried with it
many hopes for ending the
Franco-German quarrels which
have wrecked Europe in our life-
time.”

Churchill, whose speech was in-
terrupted many times by critical
comments from Labour benches
said: “The small number of Com-
munists in our midst cannot at
present injure our defence effort
so mich as steel nationalisation—



jt! is act of party sabotage.

Churchill praised the Trades

ier Con;yress’ Plan to bring tha
steel ‘ndustry under a central au-
thoritv of ernployers, workers and
Goverrment representatives

Tf tre Conservatives got back to

} power they would set up a central

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Carib Calling BOOKS AND PEOPLE| & B.C. Radio AQUATIC PLE 33. ee Only) J







My JON HOPE Programme MATINEE: “TO-DAY 5 P.M
Postgraduate Courses

eal ma TODAY TO THURSDAY — 8.30 P.M.
WEDNESDAY, SE BER 20, 1958. NNOGRAM Presents - - -

HEN Miss Edith Piepers re- @© Ferguson Findlay, whosé ness man J. Thurston Thrower. - sig

novel. My Old Man’s Badge, was

the August Book-of-the—month
winner, is wasting no time. Hig
next story is already with _his
publishers. What’s more, Findlay
who calls the new book Water:
front (“We'll change that,”
publishers) has kept the o

sharact
jiu Soe. My Old i naturally—They're Open!

So we'll be thug-hunting with At 73 novelist Sir Philip Gibbs
detective Johnny Malone and|becormes publisher. He has joined
Nurse Mary Kiernan again. the board of Alan Wingate. Out—

7 * COL. F. WOOD, M.B.E
and Mrs. Wood, arrived from
Trinidad by the “Lady Rodney”
yesterday morning for three weeks
and are staying at Stafford House.
Originally from England, Lt.
Col. Wood is now supervisor of
agencies for the West Indies and
Begmuda for British firms. He has
just visited Dutch Guiana and
Curacao afd expects to make
Bermuda his next stop.
On Long Leave
R,. AND MRs. K. L. Wishart
and family of British Guiana
who were at Abbeville Guest
House for the past two weeks,
have just taken a flat at Worthing.
Mr, Wishart is Manager of the
Shipping Department of Booker







He collects entertaining extracts
from books and periodicals.
Spice of Life—his third selection
—appears this week,

turns to British Guiana, she
will be able to advise the young
people on how to spend their
jeisure. She is now taking a
course on “the employment of
leisure for young people” at Man-
chester. Another British Guian-
ese, Mr. Abraham Hughes, Senior
Government Sanitary Inspector, is
taking a course at Bristol on
Public Health.” Both courses are
arranged by the British Council.
From Trinidad
NV ISS IVY WALKE, daughter
of Mr. S. A. Walke of the
rinidad Co-operative Bank is at
present holidaying in Barbados as

7.00 a.m. ‘ine News. 7.10 a.m. Newy¥ 6
Analysis" ”.18- atm. Composer of the 16 FATHOMS DEE.
Week, 7.30 am. Voice of The, Violin,

7.45 a.m. The Contemparery 1 Boglisn im Glorious ANSCO Celor ‘ite
Novel, 8.00 a.m ‘om e 8. 1 rs
8.10 am. Programme Parade, 8.15 a.™. With Arthur Lake — Tanis Chandler — Lon Chaney and Severa

Work and Worship, 8.30 a.m. Welbeck































A barrister Roger Frisby, and
a doctor, Ronald Wilkinson, have
collaborated in a light-hearted
book about pubs. They call it—

String Orchestra, 9.00 a.m. Close Down. ~
12.00 noon The News, 12.10 p.m. News
Analysis, 12.15 p.m. Music For Dancing,
1,00 p.m, Mid Week Talk, 1.15 2. Radio
NeWsreel, 1.30 p.m, The Edinburgh Fes-
tival 1950, 2.00 p.m. The News, 2.10 p.m.
Home News From Britain, 2.15 p.m,
Sports Review, — an Hartley
and His Music, oo pm From The
Promenade Conteris: 4.00 p.m. The News,
4.10 p.m, The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m.
Musie From Grand - 5.00 p.m.
Cockney Cabaret, 5.15 Programme
Parade, 5.30 p.m. Light Geahexiog Music,
6.00 p.m. re ts of the Week, 6.15 p.m.
The Piano For 6.30 The
War of the Worlds, ‘pm. ‘the ‘News,
7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Oscar













































' J going is Andre Deutsch, who in-
Siere is en bay who} tends starting up a new firm.
elieves you can’t have mue
ef a good thing too quickly. David “ote —. 2 the week—
Walker follows up his Geordie— ormer RAF p'lot Douglas

well received last month—with] 22>€r, whose first novel. The

guest at Powell Spring Hotel, Rabin, 7.45 p.m. The Contemporary Eng-







a . Slender Thread, is out to-day.
Bros, in Georgetown anq is spend- “There is a rumour going Bathsheba. She expects to return te py Oe an Baber was shot down over Bel- non “Grit hatlone mepott 830 pe
ing his long leave here. around that the shot-down ) Trinidad on Sunday. cut by Christmas - gium in 1941, spent the rest of | Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From The Editorials, | \f}
Opening Ice Cream Plant Soviet bomber had peace- ¢ To Si L 5 the war behind barbed wire, His}? ®-™. Music From Grand Hotel, 030 (il
R. PETER VALACH pledge signature markings oes lo sierra Leone @The Forsytes—Soames, Jolyon,}novel has already been bought by |News, 10.10 Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Here’s
Bt “ACHOS, a ven aied R. Allan Chalmers Smith,| {rene and the rest — are to be| American publishers: Hollywood | Howard, 10.45’ p.m. Balance of ‘Europe,
feck an row residing in who was born at Paget, Ber-| portrayed by ex-Slade student|has asked for photostat copy of }')° >" Eom ae
cg yo ia minds’ sa” Caeaee grecea| Seta ee attecneaD GAME! "Ans ton autbact Si atta ee ee
» pa a ‘ vis ) . * muda and a xford, practise iross in a new -paged edition Anca the author? estar
Canada and returned on Saturday pent Holidays With law in Bermuda, became a Police of The Forsyte Bags. . work to-day in the .office of his 112-Degree
morning by T.C.A. Children Magistrate in Bermuda in 1928| As methodical in his hobby as|Londun publisher.
Mr. Valachos went up to see é Sb ond later promoted a Puisne Judge] in his desk work is London busi— —LES. Temperature PROGRAMME
about equipment and machinery ac a STEELE whose jn Trinidad, has now been elevat- LONDON.
for an ice cream plant which he husband is a book store ed from the rank of Puisne Judge eevee ae cay a
proposes to open up shortly. proprietor in Caracas, Venezuela, of the Gold Coast to that of ‘One The British Medical Journal re- MERLE’S MOOD Medium Bounce
Will Settle Here Swi ey, nt ation of Carre Lean, Me aap CRYPTOQU Here’s how to work it: porte Tak,’ 5 Sea STAR DUST — Lincoln Grant (Sax.)

s . c s Sir ie-Smi ‘ald h t rature of 112.5
R. E. S. Massiah who has been ag Sage ceds Sir John Lucie-Smith, the Malaya had a tempe

“THE ROT SHOTS”

ae a Mrs. Steele came over here a retiring Chief Justice. AXYDLBAAXR -~and lived. FOO ~ Javery (Vocalist
j residing an Poe cor ee month ago to spend part of the Teach Vv is LONGFELLOW The man 67, rather smaseies, sasha ME RARE REE )
past year practising his profes- summer vacation with her thre eacher Visiti se t to the doctor to complain o' _
sion, arrived here yesterday children Gladys, LR a Phe ae isiting One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used wen d C’EST SI BON — Rod Clavery

. ys Jocelyn and R. F. . -
morning by the “Lady Rodney”. David who were “ pte omens eg

stomach pains. He was operated
» attending school

on and given a transfusion.
During this his temperature

scared. It went beyond the 110-

degree top marking... The ooh

was then measured and ch
LK MTZVTPZO T PKHHZO KQ E DFO with three readings in five minutes.

for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints,
Each day the code letters are different,

er and Principal of the George

He expects to settle in Barbados at the Ursuline Convent, She has Washington High School, San

Intransit just put David into School at the Juan, ‘Trinidad, arri
R. D. MCBRIDE, Chairman of Lodge and has taken back with dos yesterday see wouduping ts
George F. Huggins & Co, her, her little daughter Mary Ann, st. Lucia, He feaves for hom2

Ltd. of Port-of-Spain and Chair- Who is very popular at the Aquatic over the week-end,
man of the Trinidad Publishing Club. Mr. Pierre

LEMON DROP — Bop Tune

SAMBA TIME _
A Cryptogram Quotation

BEWITCHED — Rod Clavery

; by who is keenly in- —X TB: It went midway between 112 and WHAT'S MY NAME — Rod Clavery
Co., Ltd., arrived here yesterday _ Mrs. Steele’s mother Who WS jerestea in education, has award— 87L FKH ROLOBMOR HK RDO—XTB 113. Normal temperature is 98.4.
morning on the “Lady Rodney” here for quite a longer period, 4 4 scholarship to elementary HDTZ ‘The patient, whose name was NEGRO DANCES Ne ae
from Trinidad intransit for Mon- also returned to Venezuela on .

school boys in St. Lucia and

not revealed, improved and after
Trinidad, and plans to dé the same

Cryptoquote: LOVE IS COMMENCED AT THE te’ days was walking about.
MIND'S BIDDING, BUT IS NOT CAST OFF BY IT—PUBLILIUS —LN:S.
SYRUS.

treal where he is going on a busi- Monday. They were all = of
oo ne oe wee accompanied Aunt Pat a Marshall at thing in Barbados and Antigua!
y Teanga For Trinidad Holiday

r ames Returning For Xmas FTER spending about five

R. CLYDE M. STEELE of 8 days holiday here, Mrs.

and her two Doris Slinger of Grenada left

children of Caracas, Vene- over the week-end by B.W.1.A

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Steele’s Book Store in Cara- N RS. WINTER

cas, Venezuela, arrived on Sunday COMING SOON |!



Y “RIDING HIGH”
by B.W.LA, for two weeks holi- » 1614 will be returning home to- for Trinidad for a further stay Robert Louis —s Sing cnoeet Wi
day and is staying at the Hastings 7... by B.W.LA. after spending before returning home, She is Steveanen’s TOMORROW one : UGHS
Hotel. 3) weeks here aS guests at the the wife of the Manager of the “KIDNAPPED” 5 and 830 P.M DUE SOOM!
Back To Canada N.arine Hotel. She expects to be Santa Maria Hotel. bea cy a nate cree and 8. .M. ‘
R. H. J. CHAPMAN of the back in December with her hus- Mrs, Slinger was a guest at the by rubbing chest
Traffic Sales Department of band to spend Christmas. Ocean View Hotel. PLAZA THEA a RE and throat Qprement Ar bor

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Arsenault, T.C.A. Hostess of Van-





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to Montreal on Saturday by T.C.A, AcROES - Ket, on ntinuing M.G.M. BIG DOUBLE
aft spendin week’s holiday. \ " * : ’ ; ; — ey :
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r was lost in ’ au Marjorie MAY
View Hotel “é j
‘ - sa the Hamp- James Oliver RIVER S END Presents .
rae ow ga “ Which (9) CURWOOD’S IN
overnmen coration was “ ‘6 ”
ISS NUREEN BASANTA who roseeed oy It's The Grand Story of the Famous Canadian Mounted Police ace Sinead as THE BLACK BIG JACK
went to School at the Ursu- Sorie.1n 1866 ? Featuring - - - : te
line Convent and is now working} g, What ts the Dennis MORGAN ROS AND :
with the Government of Trinidad, term for ones CASUARINA CLUB BATHING BEAUTY’
Spent a month's holiday at Abbe- wf h ‘
ville Guest House and returned on eanno v be SPECIAL MATINEE TOMORROW (Thurs.) — 2 P.M. BERTIE HAYWARD’S Starring : ba Phetintietione
Monday by B.W.LA. Ion Monogram’s Exciting Musical-Action Double ! ! !
Miss Basanta originally came to] yg, (fp?) urnea ? i 8 merge ORCHESTRA Tyrone POWER

Orson WELLES Rster WILLIAMS

Cecile AUBRY
Jack HAWKINS Rad SEBLTON

spend two weeks but so well did (3)
she enjoy them, that she was| 1% What person
forced to remain for two more. for all debts

Will Tell His Friends Reyasecertae

i : an 13. What trees
YING his‘ first visit to Bar imported

Johnny — BROWN Jimmy WAKELY in STEAKS and SNACKS

At Any Hour
Dinner Reservations—8496





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fs re oo oe o be from pospan OPENING FRIDAY 22nd At 2.20 & 830 PM, _{\\ | Q@PPPSSSSSSOSOUSOSONS oS? RO xK W QuUARTENTS”
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state, Venezuela. ° no was 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.

He told Carib that he likes the married to, ” (6) q. Not a newspaper, but a world 0 W MP
island with its nice beaches and] 17, What provisee oF treland Bas newe-aathering organisation ¢ “4 SPRING IN PARK LANE ” CONCERT Republic Big Double L rc
sea-bathing and will certainly Ray tS name tO an overcoat ")11, Who composed the “Er! King”? % Conducted by William HENRY Last Two Shows To-day,
encourage his friends to come here} 20, Where in 1776 did Cotone! Stl 40) oi: aca! + anew ea ies % AISON, 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.
for their holiday as Soon as he} 4, Ufs" Qmposed “'Hule. Britan-| background of the Arabian | 5 Ce eee Linda STIRLING 20th Century-Fox
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ennis ayers : 24. Who played the role of the diately preceding Palm Sunday ? Col. R. T. Michelin Dana ANDREWS
R. SIDNEY FLOOK, auditor : ‘Mercy “Widow * murderer OF) te ot anid. ondine AT “THE MYSTERIOUS ' Richard CONTE
of Fitz Patrick Graham, Trin- a scabies ? (4) AQUATIC
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ee. sees. home on Sunday by in which each, diagonal alr of 18; mene’ A poten ss a edanane | CLUB MR VALENTINE ”
after spendin, two legs is alternately mover h 4 : EN

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Preparing |Harbour Log|*â„¢ CARTHDEAN MEDICAL CENTRE) Dog;

New YMCA
Grounds

IGHT MEN AND TWO BOYS
_ were hard at work yesterday
felling and clearing trees which
have grown on the land behind
Union Lodge, Pinfold Street. This
a which has an area of over
ree acres. has been it
the Y.M.C.A. to ona pie
grounds for members. T

It is believed that it will take
about three months before the
levelling process can be started.
When the land is levelled there
will be cricket and football fields,
lawn tennis courts and net ball
pitches

The billiard table which was on
the top floor of the old building
is now under the sleeping quarters
of the Union Lodge and three
table tennis boards are placed in
the shed at the back of the Lodge.
There is also a Scout room in the
shed which is now undergoing
repairs and being fitted with
flyorescent lighting.

Mr. H. H. Williams told the
Advocate yesterday that Union
Lodge which is the new headquar-
ters of the Y.M.C.A. will eventual-
v be altered and extended on to

e playing fields so that there will
be ample room for all the boys. He
thinks that the building and lay-
out when finished will be ideal.

HE MUSICAL sections of the

Bridgetown Central and Wel-
lington Street Corps of the Salva-
tion Army will give a “Service
of Songs” at the weekly United
Holiness Meeting in the Bridge-
town Central Hall, Reed Street,
on Thursday September 21 at
8 p.m.

Items will be given by the Sen-
for Songsters, Young People’s
Singing Companies, Youth Groups
and Corps Cadets. There will be
a Commissioning of Senior Song-
sters. The Divisional Commander,
Major A. E. Moffett will preside.

ICTOR JEMMOTT of Country

Road, St. Michael was put

on a bond for one month by His

Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod yes-

terday for using indecent language
on Tudor Street.

The offence was committed on
September 19.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.50 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.57 p.m.
Moon (Full) September 26.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 12.40 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .02 ins.

‘Total for month to yesterday:
3.82 ims.

Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F

Temperature (Min.) 74.5°F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity 12 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.994
(3 p.m.) 29.902.



A Free GIVING up all hopes
.of finding a gold signet ring
which he lost since August 31,
1949, in his yard, Egbert Addison
of Airy Hill, St. George, was sur-
prised when he killed one of his



fowls on Sunday and found the
Ting in the fowl’s crop. He knew
the ring was his by the initials
E. L. A. which it bore on the inner
sulface.





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In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch. Belqueen,
Sch. Burma D., Sch, Lucille M. Smith,
Sch. “yelorama O., Sch. Gloria jetta,
Seh. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. W. L
Bunicia, Sch. Phyllis Mark, M.V. Lady
Patricia, 8,8. Alcoa Pioneer, Sch. Philip
H. Davidson, Sch. Emeline, Sch, Laudal~
pha, Sch. Lochinvar §., Sch, Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon,
Sch. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Gardenia W.
Sch. W. L. Eunicia,

ARRIVALS
Schooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons net.
Capt. Hassell, from British Guiana.
S.S.. Lady Rodney, 4,907 tons net,
Capt..Le Blanc, from St. Vincent

Schooner rtac, 59 tons net, Cape.
Davis, from’ Breish Guiana.
DEPARTURES

Sehoonjer FYances W. Smith, 74 tons

net, Capt. Hassel, for British Guiana.
S.S. Alcoa Pioneer, 4,015 tons net,
Capt. Mullelly, for St. Vincent

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Stations

=~ Cablé and Wirel@ss (W.1) Lid, advise

at they can now commiinicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Stations—

S.S. Neredide, 8.8. Mormacyork , H.M.S.
Sparrow, S.S. Canadian Cruiser, 58.5.
African Planet, S.8. Loreto, S.S. Bayano,
S.S. Falcon, S.S. Seabreeze, 5.5. Gas-
cogne, S.S. Alcoa Pioneer, S.S, Rangi-
tiki, S.S. S. Monica, S.S. S. Sofia, 8.8.
Hersilia, S.S. Capitaine Paul Lemerie,
S.S. Alcoa Corsair, $.S, Sagittaire, S.S.
Domosthenes, S.S. A. Mitchell Palmer,
S.S. Vampa, S.S. Agatha, S.S. Sheridan,
S.S. Georgios F, Andreadis, S.S. Path
Finder, S.S. Agamemnon, 8.8, America,
S.S. Bralanta, S.S. Nidardal, S.S. P. and
T. Trader, SS. Gulf Meadow, 8.8.
Chwennau, S.S. Loide Haiti, S.S. Bac-
chus, S.S. Fort Royal, S.S. Tachira, S.S.
Gulfkey, S.S. Salamis, S.S. Estero, S.S,
Marpess, S,S. Lugano, S.S. Ragnhildbro-
evig, S.S. David Rittenhouse, S.S. Ciudad
De Maracaibo, S.S. Hurworth, 8.8. Den-
tonia Park, S.S. Archimedd, S.S, Tug
Dragon, S.S. Patuca, S.S, Mormackite,
S.S. Regent Leopard, S.S. Alcoa Pilgrim
P. and T. Seafarer, S.8. S. Teresa, S,S,
Stugard,

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.L

From TRINIDAD:
James Stanley, Lilian Volney, Yvonne
Clauzel, Peter Farah, Jacques Cramer,

Norman Cramer, Elfriede Templer, Jim
Merry, John Merry Judith Baker, Eliza-
beth Baker, Marjorie Baker, Charles
Turpin, Richard Morton, John Masson,
Michael Rodriguez, . Marian Archer,
David Archer, James Cameron, Adan
Richards, Charles Fisher, Gaston Alkins.
ty Wilfred — Wilson, sae
Day y, Sonia Rodrigues,
Camille Anne driguez, Miss Ann
Boveil, Peter O’Connor, Patricia
OcC’onner, David Tucker, Miss Janette
Bucnanan, Marlene Fulton, Ann_ Joa
Fulton, Vivian De Verteyil, Miss Betty
Carr, Vincent Collter, in Barnardo,
Prian Bayne, Micha@l Bayne, Anthony
Ferguson, Joan Kringler, Jacqueline
Baker, Peggy Gooding, Elizabeth
Gooding. -
From ANTIGUA:;:
Edward Hutson, David Cooke, Mary
Cooke, Evelyn Cooke, John Griffin,
Harley Moseley.

DEPARTURES — BY B.W.LA.L.
For ST. LUCIA:

John Humphrey, Michael Humphrey,
Pamela Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell,
David Devaux, Joseph Devaux, John
Sneaton.

For TRINIDAD:

Emmanuel Fraites, Carmen Tosta,
Hector Tosta, Alberto Bustamante, Eva
Nustamante, Samuel Ashby Clas Massey,
Mr. Hall, Joseph Reid, Kenneth Waitge,
Joyce Archer, William Archer, T. A.
Springer, John Law, Rita Basanta, Regin-
ald Johnsor.

For GRENADA:

Knolly Robinson, Norman
George Phillips, Kathleen Lang.
For La GUAIRA:

Mrs. Elena Steel, Miss Mary Steele,
Mrs. Mercedes Planchart, Mr. Maurice
Jones, Mr. Cataline Heurtematte, gir

Juan Imery, Mr. Jose Fuentes, Mrs.
Maria

Fuentes,, TS, je. Alvargtz.
Mr Victor Alvaike, Mrs iiaba. Imery,
Mr. Ramon Imery, Mr. Carl Antonia,
Mrs. Julia Young, Mr. Fernando Trujilfo,
Mrs. Elza Trujillo, Mr. Reuben Bello,
Mr. James Coén, Mrs. Anita Coen

Wrong Again

GODALMING, Englana
Former Sergeant-Major J. W.
Chitty, opened an official envelope
to find that he had been recalled
to the colours.

Bonas,



Chitty was ready. He pinned
on his Distinguished Conduct
Medal and his five campaign

ribbons, all from the Boer War.

Then he read the official letter
again. The 73-year-old veteran
discovered that it. was addressed
to the wrong man.—LN,S.



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For
Living
By C.V.R. Thompson

NEW YORK.
Dr. Norbert Wiener, one of
America’s back-room boys, pre-
dicted today that another world
war would bring robots instead
vof men and women to the factory
‘bench.

by He said the automactic factory

‘is siready a possibility. And the
only reason we do not have them
yet is that there is no real neces-
sity.

But Dr. Wiener argued that a
new war would create that neces-
sity, because millions more men
would be needed for the fighting
fronts and for occupation purposes.

Under such pressure, he said, we
could convert at least half our in-
dustry to robots within three years,

What he calls “the second in-
dustrial revolution” will come any-
way, he thinks, within about 20
years. And he is disturbed that
nothing has been done to make
mankind ready for it.

“Unless it is to be disastrous,” he
says, “the great electronic revolu-
ticn must be coupled with a great
educational programme to prepare
men for living—which we hardly

protect the health of the Armed Forces based on the islands, has been —4o now.”

continued as a health service to the public.
Caribbean Medical Centre are in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and the service
is extended to the British and the American territories in the Caribbean.
The picture shows Mr. Woo and Mr. A. Lee Yuen examining some of the
hundreds of blood slides which pass through the laboratories every day...



Tourist Week Planned To
Make Citizens Better Hosts

By J. C. GRAHAM.
AUCKLAND, N.Z. |

The government plans to hold
a national tourist week ip. October |
to t its citizens to ve better
hosts and to underline the need
for a more friendly spirit toward
visitors. The week will mark the
beginning of a major drive to
build up the tourist trade into

one of New Zealand’s biggest
industries. ren

The government believes New
Zealand’s travel attractions can
enormously expand the numb
of visitors from overseas, especial-
ly from the United States and
Canada, and make the tourist
traffic a big factor in closing New
Zealand’s dollar gap.

It certainly has amazing natural
material to work on. From the
sub-tropical kauri and fern for-!
ests of the north to the mountains
of the southern Alps, New
Zealand packs a great variety of
scenic wonders into a small space,

It has flords that rival those of
Norway, volcanoes, geyers, and
roaring blowholes, glaciers that
reach almost to sea level, some
of the world’s finest trout and big
game fishing, fine skiing in the

erican off-season, scores of
magnificent surf beaches
picturesque Maori villages.

and

Overseas Publicity

The government has embarked!



on a publicity campaign in the
United States and Canada, and!
at home is concentrating on im-)|
proving the standard of facilities)
for visitors.

In consultation wit! private;
interests, it is seeking to improve}
the appointments and service at
hotels to bring them to North
American _ standards, Fishing}
lodges are being refurnished and
re-equipped. Many tourist houses
have been granted liquor licenses
for the first time.—(C.P.)

MRS. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, Jr.,
charming young New Yorker, is one of the many
society beauties who use Pond’s, You w con't finda
finer cream anywhere than Pond's Cold Cream,”
says Mrs. Vanderbilt. ‘It leaves the skin feeling
especially soft and sniooth and clear — brings up @
becoming glow of colour in the cheeks”

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Jet-men’s School
Reopens In New
Surroundings

Britain’s most exclusive school
—for jet engineers—is reopening
next month at Farnborough
Hants.

It has been moved from Lutter+
worth, Leicestershire, home of thé
jet engine, where Air Commodore
sir F-ank Whittle and his team

of ex, rts designed the earliest
turbines.
Known as the School of Gas

Turbine Technology, it was start-
ed by Power Jets in 1944 to train
men of the Dominion air forces.

When it reopens it will run
courses on the use of jets in
airplanes, locomotives, road ve-

hicles, ships, power stations and
other uses,
International Course
“The school has a very wide
range of gas turbine equipment,
including test houses and a jet
aircraft on which practical ground

instruction is given.” said an
official.
“On every course actual jet

engines are handled by students
themselves.”
Four different types of courses
will be run at the school, includ-
ing an international course for
experts from other countries.

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OPINION: Said the Cincinnati
Enquirer of the “austerity pro-
sramme” for which President
Truman asked last night: ‘“Ameri-
cans must make the choice of
tightening their belts or running
the risk of losing their pants.”

* * *

BOYCOTT: Bartenders said to-
day that they can no longer sell
bottles of lager brewed in Czecho-
slovakia.

PREDICTION : President Tru-
man is expected to fire his Defence

Secretary, Louis Johnson, who has

been made made a scapegoat for

Korea, before the November elec-

tions, But he will insist on Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson, an-
other scapegoat, staying on.

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Improvements to technical arrangements,
alterations to existing machinery, and the new
installations will ensure increased efficiency.
The layout of the engine room has also been
changed resulting in saving of space, and this
has been utilized for refrigerating machinery
and the ship can now carry

Although essentially a passenger liner a
certain amount of freight is carried, and to
facilitate loading a modern, electrically con-
trolled, loading system has been introduced,
in consequence of which many winches and
derricks have been dispensed with.

Green Chariges
To Blue
On The Foreign Stamp

There will be fewer siades
of green in British postal stamps

when the foreign letter rate is
increased from 3d. to 4d. on
October 1,

The colour of the 4d. stamp

will become light blue instead
of lake green.

The change in colour is being
made to conform with the regu-

lations of the Universal Postal
Convention, to which most
countries subscribe.

A GPO official = explained
that the stamp used for foreign
postage, whether 2'4d. or 34d.
has always been blue, so that it
can be readily seen that the

letter is for q foreign country.
This will be the complete ser es
when the change of colour of the
4d. stamp has been made: ‘4d.,
pale green; Id., pale scarlet; Ltd,
pale red-brown; 2d., pale orange;
2‘ed,, light ultramarine; 3d., pale

violet; 4d., pale blue; 5d., red-
brown; 6d., purple; 7d., yellow;
8d., violet-red; 9d. leaf green;
10d., azure blue; I1d., brownish-
purple; Is., amber; 2s. 6d., pale
green; 5s., red; 10s., light blue;
£1. red-brown,
—L.E.S.



Wasting Time

SHAFTESBURY, England.
The rector of St. Peter’s church,
Shattesbury, H. H, Coley, has
placed the following notice above
the collection boxes

“Notice to Thieves. You will
find nothing of value in these
boxes, They are emptied daily.”

—ILN.S

FORCES : General Mark Clark,
chief of America’s ground forces,
promised today that army recruits
will now be ready “for the most
brutal kind of warfare” after six
months of training.

WEATHER ; Dr. Vincent Schatfl-

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PAGE FOUR
BARBADOS gb ADVOCATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad St. Bridgetown.
nn a _—
Wednesday, September 20, 1950

CAR PARKS

THE motoring public has done much by
way of co-operation with the transport
Authority and the Police to give the new
traffic regulations a fair trial. It is time that
they received a bonus of better parking
facilities in the City.

A timely suggestion came from Mr.
A. del. Inniss at the Chamber of Com-
merce recently that parking space was in-
adequate to accommodate the number of
vehicles in Bridgetown. The view is widely
shared by most motorists and there is
urgent need for a remedy

It appears that much of the space now

prohibited on some of the streets could be
used for parking without any detriment to
traffic. At present a limited space alloted
on certain streets is occupied by private
owners who arrive in the City at an early
hour and whose cars remain there for the
day.
. cial car parks are nearly filled by 9
a.m. daily and on Friday “park where you
can” is the only advice that can be given or
taken. In proportion to the room made
available for private cars, the space
alloted to taxis seems excessive. There is
one stand in Trafalgar Square, another in
Broad Street which might be easy util-
ised by private cars. It is a simple matter
for taxi cars to be called by telephone
from any spot outside the City; and the
release of taxi space would relieve the
private motorist.

An excellent suggestion has been made
that the space available at the Bay Street
end of the Chamberlain Bridge might be
chiefly utilised as a parking space for taxis.
Here they would be available for those
who come to the island by steamer and
pass through the Baggage Warehouse; here
too they would be within call of anyone
who alighted from “buses in the Probyn
Street stand and wanted their service.

The argument has been raised that taxi
cars pay the same or even greater rates and
are entitled to parking space as well as
private vehicles. The suggested changes
-would in no way deprive them of their
rights. Cars in a garage a short distance
away from Broad Street can as easily be
summoned for hire by telephone as cars in
Lower Broad Street. Taxis lined up be-
tween the Chamberlain and the Victoria
Bridges in Fairchild Street are almost

“ within Trafalgar Square.

‘Bridgetown must be the only city in the

world where parking lots in the hub of the
city are provided for cars plying for hire.
It is not so long that ’buses were provided
with a public garage in Trafalgar Square
and after much public protest it was aban-
doned. Now it is time to abandon public
parking spaces in the hub of the city for
hired cars.
' But space provided by banishment of
taxis will still be inadequate. What is re-
quired is an overall plan which will chan-
nel traffic in certain directions and thereby
free more side streets for use as car parks.
It took a long time to institute the system
of one way traffic in Trafalgar Square. It
need not take so long to extend it further
in Bridgetown.







SILENT ZONE

THE introduction of one-way traffic in
Trafalgar Square has eliminated noise so
much that it is doubtful whether there is
any further need for a Silent Zone.

The existence of this silent zone has un-
doubtedly led many motorists to drive less
on their horn than they had been accus-
jttomed to do. It was a lesson that the Bar-
badian public needed, since over-reliance
on horns inevitably leads to accidents.
.-But now that wheeled traffic flows
smoothly through Trafalgar Square and
only the pedestrian is a menace to safety,
would it not be in the interest of the pedes-
trian’s safety to allow the motorist to
“blow” his way through instead of com-
pelling him to slow down and stop in an
area where movement of vehicles is essen-
tial to the successful operation of a “one-
way” traffic system?



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



The Half Million Bogey

Hy

| HAVE hoped that each article
om the public utilities
my iast on that subject, but

| comes someth

would be
Hong
ng like the letter i
| the Advocate of September 17th
which in this case makes me feel
I must reply if only to defend my
reputation for economic sanity. It
; Says that the conversion of the
| electric plant to steam turbines
| would cost half a million pounds.
Assuming the estimate is correct.
I'cannot emphasise too strongly
that nothing of the sort has evei
been suggested by me or anyone
else so far as I know.

The sound and logical course is
to carry out the conversion gradu-
by installing steam turbines
one at a time, instead of buying
more Diesel engines, as the plant

| is increased in size to provide for

the growing demand for electric-
ity in the island. It is my belief
that it would have heen sound
policy to instal the first turbine
about 18 or 20 years ago, in which
case the conversion would prob-

| ably be complete by now, with the
| best of the old Diesel units held
ia reserve for peak loads or un-

usual conditions, in line with good
| egineering practice. I have never
| advocated scrapping good machin-
} ery before it. was worn out or
| obsolescent

The next best thing would have

| been to instal one or tivo turbines

| since the

war ended, instead of

| the four relatively small Diesel

sets that have been bought in that
time. Since that was not done the

| problem is certainly complicated,

'
;
i
:
;

j any

but surely the fact that the boat
has been missed for the past 20
years or so, does not mean that
we must go on missing it forever.

It is reasonable to assume that
20 years from now the plant will
be two or three times its present
size, perhaps even larger, and the
prospect of such a plant full of
Diesel engines is extremely un-
Satisfactory to me as an Engineer
with some experience of thes:
things

The gradual conversion would
mean having both steam and Dies-

| el engines in operation for a period

of years
condition.

There is however no serious
obstacle to the scheme and it does
mot mean duplication of staff or
major additional expense in
Operation. I am firmly convinced
that it would be better than per-
petuation of a mistaken policy
; indefinitely.

Then take the statement that
| Diesel engines have superior fuel
| economy, which by itself is a most

and this is not an ideal

| misleading one, being fairly de-

how
countries depefident on her, would A. No.
Q. Who seems to be the best



while the latter are much more
reliable. Another advantage which
is important though often over-
looked by laymen, is that turbines

can be obtained in larger sizes,
much more suitable for the local
plant at its present stage of de-

velopment

I feel I must also refute the
Suggestion that my views are
unduly influenced by Canadian
experience, as the truth is that my
knowledge has been gained by



the people of Barbados...
writer of the letter implies that i

public
whether they are actual custom
ers of the gas, or telephone o:
electric companies, and this shoulc
be obvious without further argu-
ment,

~ , .

R. E. SMYTHIES M.E.LC.
scribed as a quafter-truth. They smoothly that we mica: be hard-
use, much greater quantities of ly conscious.of the Boara’s exist
lubricating oil, which i also epee assumifg that the prope
costly, and over a term of years spirit.of co-operation is displaye
need far more repairs, so that by all concerned, including utility
the net total cost will probably companies The alternative is
be much the same as turbines

g° on as beforejsntirely in th
hands of Directors in England in
these vitally important matters
and having ne voice in the
policies followed here, which is
decidedly not as it should be
Their intentions may be of th«
best, but past history leaves some
doubt as to their judgment o
what is best for us.

I do not admit that the Boar
will of necessity be a “.....*...
ponderous ad expensive estab
lishment........% It shquld not
be anything of the sort, and this
seems like an effort to inven
imaginary difficulties





In fact I teel justified in sayin
that the various objections raise:
in the letter referred to, exis
largely in the imagination of th
writer.

Because I have referred to “...
tie



am a demago and my dic |
tionary defines fe word as, ‘:

speaker using artful or deceitfu

means’, to which I also plead
guilty.” Everyone in the islanc
is affected by the operation of the
utilities, regardless o



With no utilities we should

have practically no tourists an

first-hand experience in many
countries and with all the differ-
ent systems that are in use. I have
always been keenly interested in
the generation and distribution of
electricity and the rates charged
for it, which vary amazingly for
no sound economic or technical
reason.

The fact that some years ago a
rate of 10d. per unit was paid in
Cornwall is merely a reflection of
the chaotic condition that has ex-
isted in Britain since electricity
was first introduced, and which
is apparently not yet straightened
out.

It is not for me to comment
on the availability of men suitable
to serve as members of the pro-
posed Board, as I have only been
here about your years. I can only
Say that Some Barbadian ac-
quaintances who ought to be well
informed do not seem to anticipate
any serious difficulty.

In actual experience the whole
arrangement should work so

few settlers, and the general level
of efficiency of much of the work
carried on in the island would be
measurably lower, and_ thé
standard of living along with it

I am not gofmg on the basis
that I must try to have the last
word in this argument, but when
Statements are made which are so
wide of the mark as the story
of the half million pounds, or the
superior economy of Diesel
engines, I feel urged to point out
the, technical fallacies that are
being propagated. Naturally
everyone is welcome to join in
the fight, but by all means let us
stick to the facts; it is better so

In an earlier article I made a
plea for no more red herrings t
be drawn across the trail; this one
ends with a request that no more
bogeys be dangled, because this
fabulous sum of a half million
pounds is a bogey with no more
substance to it than those things
are traditionally supposed to have



One More Success For
The Plastic Surgeon

Hy Chapman Pincher

AN astonishing case of plastic
surgery in which 17 bones of a
girl's face were deliberately sev-
ered and then repositioned to
make her better looking has just
been reported by British surgeons
| —seven years after they perform-
ed the operation,

The surgeons, 68-year-old Sir
Harold Gillies and Mr. Stewart
Harrison, withheld the news of
their achievement until they were
satisfied that their treatment
would be permanent. The girl is
now a pleasant-looking, 21-year—
old nurse.

Before the operation the girl’s
upper jaw was.set so far back
;tha* her lips almost touched her
crooked nose, Her eyes pro-
truded in a way that made her
look permanently startled. The
roof of her mouth was so sharply
arched that she could not speak
properly.

7 . _* *

The surgeons rated her case 4s
so pitiful that they decided to re-
model the whole face,

Working in an operating theatre
at Park Prewett Hospital, near
Pasingstoke, Hants, they first
broke the bones of her nose and
reshaped them. Then they cut
right through the front part of
the skull behind the eyes, severed
the cheek-bones, broke the bones
at the base of the temples and cut
across the roof of the mouth.
|
| This entirely freed the frame-
work of the upper part of the face,
so that they could pull it forwards
{into a position which corrected
| the previous faults.

% ° *
When they were satisfied with
‘the girl’s new features they fixed
the bones in position by wires.

The girl suffered no ill-effects



many other time for steel na



be driven onto a reef; 1 reef
called bankruptcy. And that was leader in a cri
Madness ? before the civil war in Korea. A, Churchill.
Editor, the Advocate But, after all, Attlee had been Q. Will I vote
.—-My first reaction yester- assured of support from the Con- A, No.

day. morning at the headlines
about steel] nationalisation and
general elections was—Has Attlee
gone mad?

The events of the last three
months have been unnerving to
say, the least; the invasion of
South Korea and its frightening
eecations the resultant snow-

shoulder’’,

(cliches, but

courageous,
ready to

trumps in



meet

servatives, England seemed to be
“standing together”,
“backs to the wall”,

times) in an effort to be unified,

Oversimplified,
shoulder to





than have the stigma of having
this party defeated from within,

from the operation, and left the
hospital five weeks later,

When her wounds had healed
the improvement was so striking
that her parents could hardly be-
lieve she was the same person,

The girl, who since babyhood
had felt herself to be a freak, was
omg to begin a normal, satisfying
ife,

What Big Eyes

@ THE PUPILS of your eyes
gradually get smaller as you grow
old, doctors report, after measur-
ing up the pupil-width of 222
people aged 20 to 89.

Men and women in_ their
twenties had pupils 1-16th of an
inch wider, when measured in
bright light, than those in their
eighties. In the dark the young
folks’ pupils were 1-10th of an
inch wider.

This change must cut down the
amount of light reaching the eye’s
light-sensitive screen. So it may
be an important cause of the dim-
ming vision of old age.

Home. Please

@ LOBSTERS fitted with plastic
identity tags, then dropped into
deep water far from home have
found their way back to the very
coastal crannies where inquisitive
scientists captured them. How
they did it is the latest natural-
history mystery.

“eer. - C- \

Even when taken two miles out
to sea off Bermuda, where the
water is 1,500 feet deep, the
lobsters got back home. They
must do more to locate their
home-ground than just leg it
back with the incoming tide be-
cause they return just as surely

Neen ne nn nn UNE NEEn

tionalisation?
Y.M.C.A. for

appeal was launc
for Labour?

yes. But rather far beyond their

the very willing

reassuring some- with increasing difficulties and
slow personal political death, had become a

resourceful, and Attlee seems to have decided on

the worst that “honourable” defeat at the polls.

could come. She always has a few Let Churchill, then, justify any I am sure the p
her hand and tricks failures. take the responsibility

should like to place on record our
thanks to the personnel of the
their “
3? and sustained help. Though the still dependent
iid hed through the
.M.C.A., the hel iven by Cap- - ‘
‘ein Williams “mn this Staff was ing aid from

work. His able organization and
his Staff materially simplified what

thanks to the genérosity of the
people of Barbados.

will always remember with grati-

when dropped in some rock pool
further down the same coast.

.
Out Of Habit
@ BUTCHERS have told Food
Ministry officials that, unless the
quality and quantity of family
meat rations are improved soon,
the British people may get out of
the meat-eating habit altogether.
Few growing children

they warn. And, as with all

other food preferences, a liking

for meat is an acquired taste.

Let's Stay

@ A QUIZ of 1,005 old patients

in a Birmingham hospital has

shown that about 50 per cent. of

them do not want to leave when
the doctors pronounce them fit.
Some have no homes to go to

The rest prefer the comfort, care,

and companionship of the hospital
ward.

Why They Grow

@ FROM the remarkably rapid
growth of the baby bluewhale
Scientists deduced that its mother
must feed it on exceptionally rich
milk compared with cow’s milk,
which has a fat-content of about
four per cent.

But actual analysis of blue-
whale’s milk has surprised them
It contains 33 per cent. of butter-
fat.

With Compliments

@ PRESENT for Beachcomber:
Scientists have calculated that Ai
all the people in London were tc
speak at once, the total power they
would generate would be just
about enough to light a 60-watt

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eople of Antigua

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Meanwhile, according to Moscow Radio,
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globe of the preparations for the second peace
congress.”

A Moscow Radio broadcast, quoting a dis-
patch from Tokyo, said that the Japanese,
“peace committee” has decided to send forty
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In France, departmental “peace congresses”
are being planned, along with mass rallies,
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tion in the London Congress.

Moscow also said that the Communist-
dominated World Federation of Democratic
Youth has called on the eighty million mem-
bers it claims to support the decisions which
will be taken in London.

The tone of the London Congress has al-
ready been set by Moscow commentators—
“to intensify the struggle against the im-
perialist warmongers for a general peace.”



From Moscow reports, one result of the
London meeting probably will be to start a
new drive for outlawing all armaments.

llya Ehrenburg, Russian journalist, and
one of the top “Soviet unofficial “ambassa-
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In a letter to Szabad Nep, the leading
Communist newspaper in Hungary, he insist-
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hats, cowboy shirts, and dances—all designed
to overthrow Communist nations and im-
pose “American imperialism.”

He urged that the Hungarian Government
outlaw “Boogie-woogie”, the “samba,” and
Western fashions. This, he said, will stop
“this cosmopolitan penetration into Eastern
Europe.”

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ahs 5 : n melting off their . ;
wards wartime economy; up her sleeve” is how I used to of deciding whether to go OM tide the prompt aid given by the : ‘ Bs j. SIR,—Although not a motorist
the oe eave loss in the very feel about England in war or at trading with Russia, which will YMCA. 5g eel ager Pagan or cyclist, I have great sympathy 5-tb Tin PASTEURISED
near future (the result of a war- cricket. But if Labour's own be condemned in the event of Yours truly, who are still trying to keep their With these; first the speed fines
time economy,) of all England backbone, the T.U.C, does not war, and not doing so which, in HELEN RAE. :coi¢-respect and pride, whilst they “re too heavy, then speed is a CHEESE — $3.25
and-the sterling area have man- support her cause, who will? And: the event of continuance of peace, . h ‘age eee business place with modern word and if we are to be
ged to achieve since the end of Attlee had not decided as the will be branded “in restraint of Desperate Youths pen a ae ty ‘t protected by vehicles crawling Per Tin
the ie dt oP gH a gc pr pg ee Aa The Editor, The Advocate, GNU Gad will weacide, besense or g business will suffer, Why
4 2 ly. I downfall of his government and England does go bankrupt a —I am young man in my Ne se, res iad Whi re +e ani sj ede Se dba seQcse sab ass Raa vf :
Am Ia a bea gf | immediate General Elections by take the responsibility of war and ,. ot t sation , seat with H@ already has. Yes He provides, don’t the directors of traffic, take RAISINS 16c. per Ib
feel som: pe A sing in Parli t that hi 's brains and. entrails ©@™y ‘W' » : but He doesn’t distribute, He cer- a general survey of the island’s
the brains, courage, know-how announcing in arliament that he England’s brains | anc health and strength, of good in- tainly isn’t responsible for this. roads { see where widening
and what you like, of a man like intended to go ahead with steel spewed into the gutter. telligence and versatility, I have ayo. jo utero eensible f ee rene ee i . a
Attlee, I would feel cowed at the nationalisation. Am I a pessimist? I hope so. some education besides elemen- las oe nee rae ae so orn ake place ant pe SHARP’S TOFFEES J & R BREAD & CAKES
', > aneimmiat? i : 4 n ‘ ¢ bi s roy 7 pe us ‘hance, the w ; at could give t e r Pir
thepignt of to pene ane 2 cea a ee ne robably I hope to God that 13m YN. tary, I have ambition and hoped A Btdnne ae re tine Atkin tt Ske pmketia hs this pone CARR'S SWEET BISCUITS CROWN DRINKS
l week, he an 8 8 ré ett ens : "for the future and a willingness ]¢ jsn't : a > tad sh f eae .
§ by Attlee has decided to lose : isn't. and the good of Barbados. Those
fre TU. a! wae Titrenans Ge nevi Weatities: hich ‘he te ee Tt ee een We want work, we can’t provide who love the island should not PLAYER'S CIGARETTES TOP NOTCH RUM
UC. some 8,000... iD tae dali Saoa. ‘aUy.: ANKel 4s Anti. T . fications, I have recognised that jt for ourselves, but ou ry ex- mind doing something for its
Ne ee ee ter ie eomnailtider te Antigua Thanks there is nothing in Barbados for jstence depeade on ie and wise ent and Confort Te time {|% PLAYER'S TOBACCO GOLD BRAID RUM
Staff, ei trioke baa fried for a the chaos which he believes is The Editor, the Acnaree Vv me to do with my youth and not just so much talk, it is one survey, do not think of whe lives ae aie
o i os S 7 tat : Sir,—On behalf of the Volun- ¢trengtl 0 » paint realities o fe ih taint ole Shee i ‘ nari Se 1 °
Lf en ‘4 oe mee paral “= ee 1 r, I personall would tary ‘Workers ‘who have helped . T a Ro isolated case, there are Cae rete = ad raueioner: 7 apis " a + eit but tow yi Order Voday from GODDARD 's
The gist of his speeches has been, As a voter, I personally wo fs onekinn end despatohine goods Aosank (i ilar posit In w reece cr kaos od pre os pe widened 5
artial think on line like thesc n packing and despatching goods dozens in a similar position n want the op; ty to create n e
Se Ben Manne. and good- @. Does it seem to be the right for Antigua Hurricane Relief, I fact there are thousands actually own livelihood, I want to may tno STREE! WALKER |'so¢000ssse¢s0e00se9eesenses990s009ese0Ssse6s6ss~



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te TONING

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1950

$4,199.70 Asked

To Send

Speaker To Britain

To Altend Opening of Parliament

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY after a long discussion |

passed yesterday an Address to the Governor asking him
to send down a Resolution for $4,199.70 to cover expenses
of a visit of His Honour the Speaker of the House to
England representing Barbados at the opening of the new
Chamber of the House of Commons. ~ ;
Mrs. Husbands, the Speaker’s wife, will accompany
him.
The Address reads as follows: Mr. Walcott (L) said that no one
anne House of oe he — peers _ = “ e eoual
e honour to inform Your Ex-]ourable embers 0} e Hous
cellency that the Speaker of the] believed that the people who sent
House of Commons and His Ma-]out the invitation were going to
jesty’s Government in the United] Pay any of the expenses.
Kingdom have again honoured] The Honourable G. B. Evelyn,
this ancient Assembly and the late Speaker of the House of As-
Island of Barbados by extending|s¢mbly, was invited to the Empire
an invitation to His Honour the|Parliamentary Association Con-
Speaker and Mrs. Husbands to] ference. Who paid the money? he
ow ~~ eeu Sea Piece og Oe was not invited alone.
e new chamber o ie * er .
of Parliaments” on the 26th Oc- ee ee ae oe ae
tober next. 4 e m§ n
The House would place on re-|°Pening ceremony. In footing the
cord its profound sense of appre- ee of the Speaker, the
ciation of this honour, and hum- heart Tite not creating a prece-
bly request Your Excellency to one ; ogee the West Indies,
send to this House*a Resolution] delegates had been sent out and
for the sum of $4,199.70 to cover bi ous allowances by
the incidental expenses relative He ae ee ee ssinad day
to the representation of this an- iain potee rs ra. ~, ae
yo gg ona once Honourable Member for St. Philip
The House also invite Your Was that the all
Excellency on the eve of the cere-| oith. “Don't gen Ge henttee
mony vo forward to the Speaker England to be merely a spectacle,”
of the House of Commons, a tele- he sala ’
gram expressing their apprecia- Z
tion of this historic occasion, and sae Mottley (E) said that when

the goodwill of the people of Sekt uae tae weer Thumeor tha

Barbados, Ss ai i
a, rs peaker said it too—that tho
woe recommended is as passage pace would ua by
WS: 4 ose who sent the invitation. He
Passages and: Travelling $2.00] Was the member of the House who

Parliamentary Gown

Clothing Allowance é

Allowance to Mr. & Mrs. Hus-
bands for 29 days at $22.50
per day .

144.00} Moved that the House bring down
360.00) a resolution to aid the Speaker’s

expenses.
652.50{ It was not true that the last
94,180.70 Speaker who was sent out to rep-
————.|resent Barbados was sent out by

Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) in mov-]the House of Assembly.
ing the passing of the Address], He felt that some of the mem-!
said that the Government was re-|bers of the House were caught
sponsible for the transportation to]>Y surprise when they read the
and from London of the Speaker|Tesolution quoting such big
and his wife, figures.

Provision of $144.00 was made]. Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
for a wig which he said was worn| that he was told that delegations
by almost every Speaker in the|8°ng abroad before were given
British Commonwealth. Trinidad] 4 clothing allowance, but that
had just concluded their elections, WaS news to him. He felt that
and the Speaker there would be| the sum could be reduced to



wearing a wig. $3,850. ‘
He agreed with everything
Wig Necessary that the Honourable Senior Mem-
He felt that the House could] ber for the City said. Yet, he
do no less than to grant the| did not agree with a discussion

like that taking place in the ears

2 i it
Speaker a wig to be worn on tha of the public.

historic occasion and be in line
with other Parliaments of the Wants Vote Cut
British Empire. There was also] A discussion like that was noi
the need for a new gown as the] Suited for the House. Members
present one worn by the Speaker should have gone into the lobby
was not in good condition, With] and tried to settle it privately
regard to clothing allowance, he] there. However, if the opposi-
said that the Speaker and his wife| tion thought that the sum of
would be arriving in England in} â„¢oney was too much, they had
October when it would be very| every Tight to oppose it. .
cold and would consequently need The Speaker was not going
some warm clothing for the oc-| ‘to, England to represent Ses
casion, hence the amount suggest- self but was going to represen
ed in the Address. them all. It was their duty
Dr. Cummins said that dele-| to see that he was a oe
gates of the various West Indian peeve They Bm scgeen ee
islands had ee ee “4 No Secipiont “of the va could
arrived at certain ures an mired :
larg for the sake of| have felt good receiving it under

uniformity which they had re- mee ee the Sugay
commended to their Governments.| najagation had clothing allow-
Those recommendations were ex~ une ae that was without the
clusive of hotel expenses and the knowledge of his side of the
travelling delegaves would be

~ table. He felt it was a_ novel
Tr the minimum of $15.00) iqeq to furnish warm clothing for
a day.
had

Th recommendations g delegate and moved lia
ose 3

eA a ¢ the sum be reduced to $3,850.

been accept and some o ¥

figures were incorporated in the] Mr. Mapp (L) said that the
Address before them. The] Hon’ble Senior Mem er for St.
Speaker was to be allowed $15,00|James head made statements,
a day and his wife half that which as an experienced parlia-
amount. mentarian he would not have

tt (L nded.| made had he not been guided by
Me 5 Me Wibtetien “ED said| prejudice and preconceived ideas.

that he was glad to see that the
British Government had recog-
nised the House of Assembly of
Barbados by inviting the Speaker
end his wife to attend the open-
ing of their new Parliament

The wig that the Speaker
would be supplied with would
be the property of the House,
When the Speakers of other
colonies appeared at the cere-
mony in proper wigs and gowns,

how would Barbados feel with

their Speaker in an old and |

tattered wig and gown?

There was precedent for what
they were doing, said Mr. Mapp,
and referred to a Resolution
passed by the House to send mem-
bers of the Labour Department
and a Police Officer to England
for a course of training. Included
in that Resolution was an allow-
ance for warm clothing. And that
had been at a time when Britain
was much warmer than it would
be at the opening of the new
Chamber.

There was no use quibbling.

building.

He appreciated that the Speak-
er should be provided with funds
in order that he would be able
to maintain the dignity of his
office, but they must not be ac-
cused of being over generous.
Since the Address had been cir-
culated, there had been quite a
lot of erivicism concerning the
expenses incurred for allowance
of $22.50 a day for the Speaker
and his wife. He was wondering.
whether they were not too liberal
with regard to the four items
ynentioned — wig, parliamentary

gown, clovhing allowance and al- They either wanted the Speaker to
lowance to the Speaker and his) 4, O, they did not want him to
wile, . ed | 8°: If they wanted him to go,
Mr, Wilkinson then moves) they should grant him every cour-
seconded by Mr. E. K, Walcott) tesy and facility that his Office
that the House go into Committee} gecserved,
on the Address and vais Was Te-|" Mr, Dp, D, Garner (C) agreed
solved in the affirmative by a 10) snot they either wanted him to go
to 6 division. ; or they did not want him to, and
Mr. Crawford (C) said that) he agreed too that if he went, he
when the invitation from th} and his wife should go in a proper
House of Commons was accepted,| manner For that reason he would
he was of the opinion vYhat the] yote for the Address.
local Government was called Upon) personally, however, he did not
a certain amount of the; think the invitation should have

to pay 7
eam of the Speaker ard his! peen accepted at all, In fact, his
wife on the tour, He would| view was that the sooner they

never have agreed to the accept-| broke away from ali British tradi-
ance if he knew the Gevernmen! tion, which meant nothing any-
was ecalied upon to foot the Dbilll how, the better off they would be.
travelling. ; A Warship
He could not see why the! I¢ the British Government really
Government had accepted the} wanted the West Indian Colonies
avilation when it was of DO) 14 be represented they could have
penetiy to the colony. The) easily sent a warship around and
sending of a delegaie from! coljected the representatives. Until
Barbados was merely a gesture.! they broke away from all that cus-
The question was, whether or/tom and tradition the whole world
not the Government would b@|would make a laughing stock of
justified in putting their hands] them,
into the Treasury to spend money
for a mere gesture. He did not
see the point of spending $144 on
a wig and $144 on a gown which
were only to be worn one day. He
was not prepared to agree with
anything more than the travelling
and subsistence allowances. He





any reduction, He would vote for.
all, or for none.

Mr. M. E, Cox (L) said he was
sorry the debate had not reached
a higher level

He referred to a_ Resolution
which the House had discussed.

He was not going to vote for j

even felt the subsistence allowance
extremely generous.

The Government had sent out
delegates to live on £4 a day,
but was then making an allowance
of $22.50 a day for the Speaker
and his wife. He was not going
to vote for money that could have
been better used for the
of the people of Barbados. It was
1 waste of public funds. He moved
that the resolution be reduced by
$648

and which had provided money
for delegates going to the Monte-
go Bay Conference. On that occa-





}Conference and ibe sending of the
officers for the course in England
were not comparable with the case
being discussed. In the first cise
the amount of allowance was on
the basis of paying one’s own
hotel fees, and in the second case
the money was found by C. D. &

W. which was a charitable organi- |

sation and which had money to
spend.

He agreed that it was regretta-
ble that they had to discuss the
matter in public.
pear to be censuring, which was
just what one did not want to do.
But when you ‘were fighting a
question of principle, you had to
take a stand no matter how much
you disliked doing it.

Mr. Cox said that C.D. & W's
money was not spent just like
that. Government was caretaker
of it, and the House approved the
spending. But on the occasion of
sending the officers for the course
no member had challenged the
clothing allowance, although they
could have challenged it if they

wanted to. <
\

Mr. E. L. Ward (E) also ex-
pressed regret at the turn the dis-
cussion had taken, and he too ex-
pressed the view that it should
have been first discussed privately
by members of the various parties
so as to find out what the views
of members would be.

He admitted that when he
first came into the House that
day he had not been in favour of

They might ap- |







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

AIR MAIL RATES
REVISED

The House of Assembly yester

| day passed a Resolution whichsis

,a revision of the air mail postage
} on letters, post cards and au



letver forms, addressed to many
| outside destinations as fre
| >
| October 1 \dvocate yesterday by six

j} The Colonial Postmaster rept

| pented that )

| changes which have been made

| curing the pas’ six months im ¢ho

} ecaveyance charges for air mails,
e revision of ‘he air postage rates

} is necessary if the present reven-

dudge Chenery said Ut
thinks the result of the election
is contrary to the recognised idea
of a good Party Government,
and is more like the antics of the
French Chamber, He said that it
is the opinion of political theorists

he

conseque ont




ve frem that source is to be/that there should be no more
| naintained. than two or three parties.
| The most important changes “The result does

not indicate
any clear pre-eminence for any
party, and there will be grouping
along the lines which one associ-

| W hich would be made are as fol-
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Increases: All % ounce rates.
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Butler’s Win Was |
A Surprise

OPINIONS of the Trinidad Elections were given th

ates more with the French politi- |

PAGE FIVE



“IT’S SUCH A

RELIEF TO HAVE

NO TROUBLE

WITH TEETHING...”

local people.



lor Him to secure q seat for him Try giving your baby Ashton &

me, but for no one else of hi Parsons Infants’ Powders, which are

party %\ wonderfull i hing
‘ y soothing at tee

| A druggist called the politica: vail These Povdetensees taste

setup of Trinidad during the i

a easy motions, promote restful sleep,



, present elections “an experiment.”

, It was a matter of “divide ana = : (es apd are qhectutely RATS!
jrule,” he said, but there were
/too many divisions for anything ASHTON & PARSONS
to be done

In order to make progress
there must be long term plan-

and the part.cular party in
power must take time to carry

INFANTS’ POWDERS



38 cents. ral parties ; } out their programme with rx
_ Canada, United States of Amer- Thess eae tts evened | hanouaintibes. ‘How ean they be we nk ne na ae Mae
oo 18 cents to 20 cents. no party is in power. There was| long term planning with so many ae
an Honduras from 8 cents to] no ideological difference and ths} = \ ene n Bon Trinidad AGAIN IN STOCK ...
a eople ave scide >} egisiature e as .
Jamaica from 8 cents to 12 cents 25 Gait pee ee | He thinks that the elections in
Reductions: Sol an ~ Died we Trin dad will have some effect on
Australia from $1.20 to 96 cents vous —- & 1088 | the elections in Barbados in 1951
British Guiana from 8 cents to 6 oe E. D. Mottiey said that in} Tyinidad had 141 candidates
cents, a Solomon, a good and useful/ standing for election but he was
Canal Zone from 24 cents to 20|â„¢2" is lost to Trinidad public] of the op nion that Barbados ( H O W
cents. fe ep will have about twice as many
Dutch West Indies from 16 cents : As : is eae - ae! one has|“Then, we will also be getting
to 12 cents. © wait and see how the parties| various people coming out and ANIMAL PO " ,
Frencn West Indies from 18] Will get ae. Butler might] leading a party of their own,” he S & ULIRY =
cents to 8 cents. join up with fhe minority or the] said. ) BUTORS
Leeward Islands from 8 cents to] dependents might do so. A lady stenographer was not H DISTRI ;
6 cents. Mr. Mottiey said he was sur-|'n the least interested in what Jason Jones & Co. Ltd

Trinidad from 8 cents to 6 cents. } prised that Butler had gained six

Windward Islands from & cents}Seats in the Legislative Council,
to 6 cents. but from his following ot the
Trinidad newspapers, he was



quite certain that Roy Joseph and
Albert Gomes would have retain-}
ed their seats.

The result of the elections how~|
ever confirmed

What An M.P.
Wants To Know

his ini at
the amount contained n the the le in tha Weal trdine ancl
Address. He felt that if the Mr. O. T. Allder tabled tha dil indi ae = cee
British Government invited His | following questions at yesterday’s © aki _ “Tt ve hit ena oe |
Honour the Speaker it was the | meeting of the House of Assembly speaking, They have to like the

British Government’s duty to
get him there. Simply paying his
hotel bill was not enough.

He felt however that the amount
should be granted. In his opinion
it would be a source of pride to
j0loured West Indians in England
to see their colonies’ representa-
tives walking among others of the
Empire as men among men.

While that was so, he would

not agree to the making of such above, does not conform to
requests in such a_ haphazard modern methods of Prison Re-
way in future. It was undigni- forms? |
fied. @ Will the Government consider
F : the advisability of supplying |

Mr. Crawford speaking again this Department with motor-

zrgued that when a poor colony
like Barbados could spend vnat
amount to send a representative
to England, it would appear to
Great Britain that the colony
was really not as badly off as it
claimed to be. He was speaking
on principle, and had no desire!

leader of a “articular party to
@ Is it true that prisoners are| back the party’s members.
compelled (a) to cart block-| ..,

stones from Codrington ;

quarry to Glendairy?

(b) To cart stores from
Bridgetown to the Prison? |



@ Is the yovernment aware
that the present of
carting by re-
ferred to in questions A & B

method
man-power,





— transport for the purpose |
ore i
(a) Transporting block-stones |

from Codrington quarry? |
(b) Stores from Bridgetown |

to the prison, and, |
(c) The transportation *



London Express Serojce.

prisoners generally?



to cast any reflection on the gilding A Bridgetown parochial em-
Speaker, ah i vloyee expressed surprise that
Winding up the debate Dr. Official Reporter , Butler’s party had gained six
Cummins (L) said that, it was a seats and said that he believes

question of warm clothing.

When the last Sugar Delegation
went to England, certain colonies
provided their representatives
with warm clothing or an aHow-
ance for them, The Trinidad
delegates told him that they were
given warm clothing. The same
allowance was given in the case
of the Antigua and St. Kitts
delegates.

Subsequently delegates got to-
gether and made recommenda-
tions to their Governments to the
effect that delegates going to Eng-
lang should be provided . with
money to buy warm clothing. The
Speakyr and his wife were going
to England and would need warm
clothing.

As long as he was a member of
the Government he would always
recommend warm clothing. It
was up to the members whether
or not they wanted the Speaker
to go.

In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly met yes-
terday, Dr. Cummins laid the Report of
the Harbour and Shipping Department for
the year 1949.



The following Notices were given

Mr. Mottley: A Bill to amend the Ves-
try Act 1911 (1911-5), and a Bill to amend
the Poor Relief Act, 1892-—2

Mr. Allder tabled a question relative to
the carting of stones by prisoners from
Codrington to Glendairy,

The House passed the following:

A Resolution to place the sum of $3,805
at the disposal of the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee to supplement the Estim-
ates 1950-51, Part Il, Capital, as shown
in the Supplementary Estimates 1950—51,
No, 20, which form the Schedule to this
Resolution

A Resolution to authorise the Govern-
ment to enter into an_agreement with
a person to serve in the Barbados General
Hospital in the office of Anaesthetist,

A Resolution to fix, with effect from
the Ist October, 1950, the air mail
postage on letters, postcards and air

letter forms addressed to any destija-

tion ce out in column one of (ne
Schedule hereto, at the rate set out
immediately opposite such ‘estination

in column two of the said schedule.



A Bill to authorise the Ve.‘'y of Saint
Andrew to borrow a stim not excepd-
ing £1,000 for completing the new foot
of the parish Church and for ther
matters.

A Bill to incorporate The Synagogue
Burial Grounds Committee,

The House adjourned until October 3
at 3 p.m



New Jewellery
Store Soor

During the war years Mr. Al-
fonso B. De Lima cf Trin'dad
organised the first Carnival Dance
ever held in Barbados.

Now he has veturned to open
a modern jewellery store in
Broad Street which he told the
“Advocate” yesterday, will be
staffed and managed entirely by
: Barbadians. sf

Mr. De Lima is Managing Di-
-|\rector of the Trinidad Jewellery
and Loan Co. Ltd., which he
described as the oldest jewellery
store of that island. He is also
director of Alfonso B. De Lima &|
Co., Jewellers of Trinidad. He is|
a jeweller of 39 years’ experience. |

Mr, De Lima said that the Store|
he is opening in Barbados will be}

the Official Reporter of the Legis- A clerk said that he was not
lative Council Mr, C. B. Rock,! 4 ardent follower of politics in
three months’ leave before he re- | Trinidad, but after reading

signs on December 15, and which
asks for a provision of adequate
pension
the House of Assembly yesterday,

Address, Mr. Crawford (C), said
that Mr. Rock had given faithful
service
he had no doubt they would wish
it to go on record that they appre-
ciated his services to the colony

the working of the Government
will be somewhat of a medley
with so many parties

Asks For Leave

AN Address which seeks to give

|
|



the reports appearing in leading
papers of the West Indies, he
was led to think that Butler had
a small following among the in
telligent people of Trinidad
One never thought that Butler
would have got such support for
he was absent from Trin dac
politics for a long time and mans
of his followers were ignorant ol
hi$ whereabouts. He was looking

for him, was passed by

In moving the passing of the

to the Government and

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was the outcome of the elections
in Trinidad.

She read the article on the
elections appearing in yesterday's
issue of the Advocate and said:
“IT am not even interested in
politics in Barbados, far less in
Trinidad,”

yy Voge

TAXES UPPED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 19.

New taxation was announced in
Jamaica today imposing heavy
duties on luxury items such as
motor cars, ardios. gramophones,
jeweflery, textile goods and in-
creasing inland and foreign post-
age.

In some cases the duties were
doubled and sometimes trebled
Aiming at raising $2,000,000, the
new duties have followed the con-
trol by the Government of dry
good prices and were said to be
necessary by the Government to
meet the new Civil Service salary
rate.

The regrading of Civil Service
salaries fell much below expecta-
tions but in any event it will cost
the Government $2,000,000 per
annum while a million and a half
pounds will be spent immediately
on a project to provide work.

P.N.P. opposition have moved a
vote of no-confidence against the
Government today over the eon-
trol of dry good prices claimin
it will mean that the public wil
be called on to shoulder an addi-
tional burden of one million and a
half pounds a year?

Jamaica’s Labour Party Leader,
Bustamante, said today on com-
menting on Trinidad's elections:
‘lL think that Uriah Butler has
done well and am glad that Gomes,
Tang and Joseph won, I think
they are all able men,

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1956

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508





DIED



SMALL — ESTELLE; at her residence,
Howeil's Cross Road,

on, Sunday night.
Late wife of James A, Small, (Ex Fire
Brigade). The body was interred at St.
Barnabas the following evening.

Children: P.C. 248 Small, Cuthben
Smail (U.S.A.), P.C. Cyril) Smal, (St.
Lucia), Mrs. Ruby Prescod, Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn Best.

Grandchildren & Son-in-law Mr. Julius
Best, Evelyn Prescod (Aunt of Sargeant
K. Inniss). 20.9.50—in

GILES — Ann Beresford — At her late
yesterday after-

jeave her late
for the





; eveLyN TALMA.





WE the undersigned take this oppor-
tunity of thanking all those who 50
kindly sent flowers, attended the funera
and in any other way expressed their
sympathy in our recent bereavement.

& EMULY FIELD

20.9.50—1n



IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our Dear Mother
Mrs. ANNA MATILDA GOODRIDGE,
who fell asleep on September 20, 1941.

Sleep on beloved your work is o'er

Your loving hands will toil no more

For those you loved, you did wour best,

God grant you His eternal rest.

Ever to be remembered by her loving
children and grand children

20.9.50—1n,





IN memory of MOSELLE HACKETT
(nee Phillips) who passed away at New
York on September 20, 1946.

The only links death cannot sever,

Are love and memory;

They live forever,

Love’s last gilt,

Remembrance.

Rawlin Hackett (Husband), Carl and
Allan (Sons}, Lisle and Oswald Phillips



(Brothers), May, Elise and Iva Phillips
(Sisters) .
New York Papers please copy

20.9.50—In

In loving memory of “our beloved

mother and grandmother MRS. ADORA

Mec NICOL who fell asleep on September
20th, 1947



Her pleasant ways ani smiling face,

Were a pleasure to recal}

She had a kindly word for each

And died beloved by all

However long our lives may last

Whatever lands we view

Whatever joy or grief be ours,

We'll always think of you.

Mrs. Edna Edwards (daughter), Agatha
Edwards (grand-daughter), Neta Rollins

(niece). 20,9.50—1n



FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine
in perfect order. New battery, 4 new |



tyres. No reasonable offer refused.
Apply J. H. N. Jemmott, Good Intent,
St. George. 20.9.50—4n.





DODGE CAR—M--161, Offers in writing
to the Secretary, Barbados Telephone
Ca., Ltd. 16.9 50—6n.

TRUCK—Ford V8 Truck in good work-
ing order. Offers in writing to the Secre-
tary, Barbados Telephone Co., Ltd.

16 9 50—6n

TRUCK & CAR-—-One 1936 model
Chevrolet truck, récently overhauled and
painted and One 8-H.P. Ford Car.
Both going very reasonable. Apply V-
Bynoe, Kew Rad. 19.9.50—Zn

ELECTRICAL

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REFRIGERATOR—One (1) Super-fex
Oil burning Refrigerator in good condi-









tion immediate delivery. Apply Miss
Massiah Taitt’s Plantation, St. James.
Phone 91-30. 17.9.50— ,f£.n.

WASHING MACHINE—One (1) Cana-
dian Eaay Spindrier with Automatic
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W. B. Hutchinson & Co. Dial 4464.
17.9.50—t.f.n.



POULTRY

tenets lrnerh eet)
TURKEYS—Seven white half grown
Turkeys for breeding pan For par-





ticulars Dial 8462. 9.50,—3n,
LIVESTOCK
PUPPIES—Bull Mastiff. One male

and 3 females, excellent breeding. Call
Mrs. K. D. Edwards. 4145
20.9,.50—2n
MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
coe ant Ring 4038. Sherbourne, Two
le Hill,

St, Michael.
20.9.50—Sn

MECHANICAL
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BICYCLE—Practically new Raleigh
Bicycle, 3 Speed. Phone 8496 5—6.30
p.m. 20.9.50—In.

One hand operated BACON SLICING
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co.,
Ltd., Whitepark. 13.9.50—t.f.n,

PUMP—One \% h.p. Pressure Pump
Automatic 20—40 lbs. In good order.
PS ag J. Lamming, c/o Manning & Co.

Electrical Dept. 20.9.50—2n







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ANTIQUES — Of



eveny description
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto-
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adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
3.9.50—t.f.n,

Fresh Stocks of SEROCALCIN for the

prevention and treatment of COLDS.

COLLINS LIMITED.
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GALVANISED SHEETS—24 gauge. In
7, 8 9 and 10 feet lengths. Enquire
AUTO TYRE COMPANY, _ Trafalgar
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PRAM—Large twin pram with fold-
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IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT large
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Also Mill, 10 tt. Fan, ft. Tower, 2%

inch Pump and large tank, Ring 4038
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St,
Michael. 20.9,.50—3n,



ROAD MAPS—You can now get these
from KNIGHT'S PHOENIX.
20.9.50—2n



PHOTO ALBUMS—Preserve your snap-
shots by sticking them in an Album.
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as well, KNIGHT'S PHOENIX.

20.9.50—2n



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC SALES |®0R0vUGH OF SAN FERNANDO



AUCTION

UNDER THE SILVER

BUTTER $ a ie 8
recommendations ‘ds Agents,
We will sell at our Mart = Ww Hign
St. on WEDNESDAY the 20th
233 5- Tins Cooking Butter.
7 10-Ib Tins Cherries.

Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms Cash





Post of Assistant
Town Engineer

Saeretens are invited for the
post of Assistant Town Engineer
to the Boro , San Ferna
Trinidad, B. 7
Applicants wae must be over the
age of 21, must be possessed of a
degree or diploma in Civil and/or

MOORINGS—Marine Gardens, Apart- Municipal ineeri
ng from
ments now ready for occupancy, Avpiy| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | -ecognised University, $
20.9.50—1n 19°. 50-2n The salary of the post. which is
an 1 at is $2,4 an
oo 2,880 annum w a
PUBLIC NOTICES REAL ESTATE romper War Allowance of
at thelr Pasa gee oe ee | OS colicamt wilt be
lo: » e applican juired
NOTICE eee hemes = the en ae to provide his own car tor $ which
NOTICE is hereby given that a Meet- —— _ Super Travelling Allowance of $480.00
in of pe Clerks" Division of the Carib | GANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ|Per annum is provided.
bean Se SS he held et oa, os containing together by estima-| Passage to nidad will be pro-

Lane on Thursday night Sept
at 7.30 sharp.
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
General Secretary.
19.9,50—3n.



NOTICE

re the Estate of
ALONZA —— LASHLEY

NOTICE IS HERESY: GIVEN that all} of sale

persons having any debt or claims
against the Estate of Alonza Eleazer
Lashley, deceased, — late of Cave-wood
Road, Howell's Cross Road, in the
parish of Saint Michael in this I-land
who died on the 5th day of May 1950,

— intestate, are requested to send in
particulars of their claims du\,; at-
tested to the undersigned Cliftora

Alonza Lashley also known as Ciiford
‘lonza Smith, c/o Messrs Haynes &
Griffith, No.
town, Barbados Solicitors, on or be-
fore be Bg ay of September 1950,
after whic! I shall proceed to
distribute

the assets of the deceased | Lucas on the premises

the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard only to ouch clatis of which
I shall then have had notice and I

will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any per

son of whose debt or claim I shal) not | eral Hospital,

then have had notice.
And all persons indebted to the said

estate are requested to settle their said

indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 28th day of July, 1950.
CLIFFORD ALONZA LASHLE
also known as Clifford Alonza Smith

Qualified ‘tor

ed.
1.8.50—4n.



NOTICE

re the Estate of
SIMMONS

deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all | Trolley Feeding Tables, (1) Wheel Chair,

ACRES.
2ist] ACREAGE in Plant

2 Swan Street, Bridge set

of the Es-
tate of Alonza Eleazer Lashley deceas- ey. C

use

At GE in Ratoons — 25 Acres.
ne in Preparation BY

cres.

There will also be sold with the said
Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2
a Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel-

For further particulars and conditions

Canes

apply to the undersigned:—
COrTLE, CATFORD & CO.
8.9,.50.—13n

ENTERP’ HOUSE and outbuildings
standing on ‘1% acres of land in Christ
Chureh, and

DWELLING HOUSE standing on /

acres of land at Enterprise, Christ
Church, and adjoining the abovemen-
wees

oh soo properties will be
aD for — by Public Auction ‘at

Office, No, 14 James Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday 29th September, 1950
at_2 p.m, .

Inspection on application to Mrs,
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors.

20, 9.50 —9n.



By instructions received from the Gen-
I will set up for sale by
public Auction at their yard, on Thursday
Mist, beginning at 12.30 p.m. the follow-
ing articles:—

(3) Iron Kettles, (1) Gas Stove, Lot of
Horse Hair, (5) Glass-door Cupboards,
(8) Iron Cradles, (29) Iron Bedsteads,
(4) Gas Ranges, (1) Electric Mixer, (30)
Assorted Mattresses, (1) Bakelite Con-
(1) Gardener's Hut, Lot Taps
Balls, (1) Electric Sterilizer,
(1) ns ble Steamer, (2) Iron Chairs,
f) Parts, (1) Gas Sterilizer,
a, Bo ‘ome Syphon Bottles, (1)

a) “Ray Tube, (9)
Gained ition "ve Ventilators, Bag of Surgical
Instruments, (2) Steam Kettles, (1) Dress-
ing Trolley, (1) Small Glass-door Cup-
board, Lot of Doors and Windows, (7)

persons having any debt or claim against | 2nd several other items of_ interest.

the estate of Caroline Simmons, de-
ceased late of King Hdward Road
Bank Hall in the parish of Saint-Mich-
in this Island who died on the
ist day of July 1950 are requested to
duly. attested to, the undersigned

\y a to _the und
$ es jlersigned
DANTEL Qualified Executors of the
will of the said Caroline Simmons de-
1 eared, c/o Messrs Haynes & Griffith
lo
bados Solicitors, on or before the 30th
day of September 1950, after which
date we shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the par-
ties entitled thereto having regard only
to such claims of which we shall then
have had notice —/ and we shall not

be liable for the assets or any part | oy

thereof so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim we shall not then
heave had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 29th day of July 1960.

SAMUEL POLLARD
GERALDINE DANIEL





Qualified Executors of the will of
Caroline Simmons deceased.
1.8,50—4n,
CE
ite of
JA 8 eis ino

NOTICE Is HENEDY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim against
the Estate of James Shepherd, deceased,
late of Bonnett’s, near Brittons, Saint
Michael, who died in this Island on the
14th day of April, 1950, intestate,

claims duly attested to me, the under-
signed, Eustace Maxwell Shilstone, the
qualified Administrator of the said
estate on or before the 30th day of
November 1950, as after that date I
shall proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to the
claims of which I shall then have had

notice and that I will not be liable for ( Rotiaue and

assets so distributed or any part thereof
to any person or persons of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had
notice and all persons indebted to the
said estate are requested to settle their
accounts with me without delay.
Dated this 4th day of September,

1950.
E. M, SHILSTONE,
King’s Solicitor,

Qualified Administrator of the Estate of
James Shepherd, deceased.

2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, Bar- | Person and writing

are
requested to send particulars of their ey ERTS

D'ARCY A. SC
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vided the successful candidate.

plications enclosing copies of
credeatinls and the names of two
references should be addressed to
the Town Clerk, San Fernando,
Trinidad, B.W.I.. and close on 15th
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APPLICATIONS are invited

for the post of Cotton Inspector

7.9.50.—4n. } under the Sale of Cotton (Amendment) Act, 1950 (1950-36) in each

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BOROUGH OF SAN FERNANDO /|2% the undermentioned six area



Post of Town
Engineer

APPLICATIONS are invited for
the post of TOWN ENGINEER,
Borough of San Fernando, Trini-
= B.W.I.

ee must be fully quali-

m9 degree of Associate Member-
ship of the Institution of Electri-
cal Engineers or its equivalent.
Experience of Civil and/or Muni-
cipal Engineering will be an asset
to the applicant.

The duties or tne post comprise
the administrative and executive
control of the Borough’s Engin-
eering Department as follows:—

1. The Electricity Works con-

sisting of the

installed capacity together
with Transmission and Dis-

tribution Lines of 2,300
Volts 3 Phase 60 Cycle oper-
ation.

2. The Municipal

consisting inter alia of the
Water Distribution System,
the Road Maintenance, the
Seavenging Services, and
the control of Building
Operations of the Town of
San Fernando,

The post, which is pensionable,
carries a salary of $3,840.00 —
$20.00 — $4,800.00 per annum
with a Temporary War Allowance

‘lof $288.00 per annum.
Quarters are provided at a rent- \

al value of 10 per cent per month
of salary.

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First Class passages will be pro-
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who must be between the ages of
35—45.

Applications for the post close
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dressers to the Town Clerk, San
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(2)
(3)
(4)
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of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Veterfnary

Officer, Department of Science arid

iesel Gener-' must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, or
ating Station of 2,000 KW! hola equivalent qualifications The post is pensionable and carries

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LONDON ° :, e a
Denis Compton, accepted a Small Gains Eggs By Radio | Great Power Goes
one of the leading batsmen in the ‘ LONDON r >

orld, was also one of England’ On London To make hens lay “Saline. al lo I eople Under
top flight footballers. He is now a an automatic cafeteria ‘ . ? i -
Wek Se BCC. tates oe ie way Stock Exchange has bec perfected at Canterbury,, New Constitution
to Australia and on the eve of hi Kent }
departure announced his retire- LONDON, Sept. 19. The device is intended for bat- | : ca From Page 1
ment from football The London Stock Exchange|teries of 264 hens. Each hen occu-| "0teworthy feature was the re-







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FOR EXAMPLE...FOUR WAYS tO TRAP 4 BALL
ta front ANGLE formed owliguery: A aL 4 eetited: balk ANG! formed RIT Ory ae ec hy M. HAFE SH-GRAY

between the sole of the ? etween the ANGLE between between the body
player’s ohne and the inside of the foot and outside of foot bent forwara and

the ground ee TPCune the ground THE Try L BID
NOW READ BILLY WRIGHT'S ADVICE : foot or your leg and the pitch 4 BOS ae A

WHEN I first joined Wolverhampton Football Club I eee you are playing,

+e e diagrams on this page

spent hours on my own, practising. I used to go down (above) will help you to under-
under the stand nearly every day, trying to make my left stand this better. |

Cave Shepherd & Co. Lid.

s y =
Billy Wright,
Wolves, helps the young
oday shed its recent’ mood of|pies a separate steel mesh cage,| ‘VU! of the three Mayors, Alder-
| gar were w despread in many Councillor Netto of Arima
\ Ne vertheless there was ar ‘two James. Six outgoing members
2 Parliament, moderates for the Government
nm am Ss eer Ceca a ih Leading industrial issues went
ahead from the start and closed
half of the members of the Leg-
British Government stocks were | “} wish they'd stop playing |* comparative new comer to poli-
| to the close, being very firm,
Oils were in the quiet unc|Utes to pass the length of the y ‘
Attlee Survives
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|
|
1
|} anese bonds on reports that thej|and 3 a
| j authority, he said. Earlier he
end of ths week —Reuter. —I.NS v
agree to this solution.
diately he started to speak, He
Molotovs” and declaring that
nation’s unity. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET

eee ee
captain of England and
famous wing-half of the
footballers in today’s—
Ss vution and ended the trading|end this is what happens |man Tang of Port-of-Spain, Roy
period on a bright note. Small Joseph of San Fernando and
Ghe ie | nons end followed some bear The new Council will have
gone iS rf i t bi @ ; rf ij | covcring and investment buying. thres Maharajs, two Sinanans,
underlying note of restraini | were re-elected.
| awaiting the v tal steel debate in Gomes will probably lead the
vice im the Legislature, This
{oloc will probably bring about
teaches you his tricks= = *).°° "J
part cularly marked in , building , woo } islature,
y t € Ss and kindled issues S gt Councilor Raymon F, Queveds,}
hesitant and mainly easier iv | i tic lected fe Laventille, is
| early tradi red | ‘Perpetuum mobile! ” jtics, elected for .
early trading, but Ister mproved Mash or corn appears in front! Atilla, the well-known Calypson-
when a change of sentiment of each cage in an electrically | ian
converted sellers into buyers. driven trolley that takes 75 min-} 7 -
| steady throughout the session battery.
| and generally held their ga ns Water and grit is the second
*
The feature ‘of the foreign Then a radio, with control at- By Six Votes
section was the strength of Jap-jtached to a time switch, plays, q
@ From Page i.
Japanese Peace Treaty talks are The eggs the hens lay roll down i :
to begin in Washington at the], sloping mesh to await collection. | offered to withdraw his motion of
censure if the Government would
Deputy Prime Minister Herbert
Morrison rejected this offer imme-
st Parliament in an uproar by
calling Conservative leaders “new
Winston Churchill was the biggest
factor in the upsetting of the
The Conservatives were ‘“Mol-
otovs,” Morrison said, because

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suit, opener in most cases This bidding is actually e@uite
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foot as strong and reliable as my right. You can practise the different me. Tie decision weakness whi e North in turn they were trying to exercise a new
Practi : : ways of trapping a ballin a . i * wees has full values for his single form of veto to an Act already
ractice, and yet more practice, is how the football “4° © See Th aaa s often close raise ND. ee ri
skills are developed BY Ona a ee pa ic or ee Hancs containing more than 4 With the last example hand passed by Parliament.—Reuter.
“2 ; : ,. a piece of waste ground, or at six losers usually call for an South can mak a game wi ith
. Og of the most essential parts of a wing half-back’s your club, if you are fortunate wLore pas South {aie a a rebig of T Ge: Boaes anc
e” is ave is us —kicki Hi . 3) > AA. Hh OA , Worth will pz if he has some
oa, he ee, eae Cro Ge TNE Wc tn Oe ee stop iate| RES Rea g se cine ie Be NOTICE
. : Dita ae a me 8 e onening J1085.% 1093. @£. 642 % A RUBBER FLOO
eo ae : . ba ad the differe ways His One Spade ovening is * A : » R COVERING
Most players, when starting, have one foot stronger Dall dead in the ie practis=| feised to Two He has four quick #19 : ore Rite auilaing Fund which took In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS
than the other, This has to be put right immediately. the move which all clever players we an ier Cita . a h PK os of Dia woods | reli Red "1 meee ae eget hory a Amo 3 FEET WIDE @ $3.32 Yd
} . é layers > are seven ers and us King 1a Is is Cllangec y was dra r by Mr. - A
5 was naturally a right-footed 4t you from different angles, at learn to perfection—trapping a \ isuribulion is hopeless 0 the Ace or if he has another Fee ot erin BUCKGlary cf thar SmENAadE ‘ SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM, PASSAGE
player before I really “got down d fferent heights, and at varying ball and dragging it along all in Care is out of the suestion. end eae red card and a sinsieton Turf Club. | And the winning No. is | ¥ Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc.
to it.” Nowadays I am equally Speeds. the same movement South should pass Club zs Fs if 0810, 20,9.50—in | & CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY
at home on either wing. Uniess you can. bring it Well, there you are boys The peep kan to this rule yak fea apace: } hee o 4 ai ean Tohineaht ad rite
But strength in kicking is only instantly under control, so that Sete aa securs With @ hand lise unis PO ne cert cs Cee = *
7 r . cia eG t yu couldn't ask for better ad- Oa BT 2 A. FS new suit over the single reise is a
So alt ios aasee nS, tn Neots Aine ac meskes than that, Ht wwe would | 08S: 6 81S > aoa gar ar cine |The Barbados Aquatic Club§ esanuinec — T. AERBERT Ltd, oz"
yo s earn to kick > 108 st-class football. 4 : . Ise i he cities deat Amen shachiantainn Nendiadin ssage tii ener has yi e e e wg
with your instep; and, for greate Practise It ee et, me pied Dit te band te tar (ese SHES ame ambitions and would wel- NOSIOR TO | MEMESOe ; sane ,
accuraéy still, whe ovr as +e; Wright has to say. get yo ib Ue tat | 13 far less vulner come some sort of filler in the Notice is hereby given that in accord- 5 10 & 11 Roebuck Street.
acy still, when passing, wit Realise this—no matter from — father to buy you the Football oble to attack. and “may easily second suit After the bidding ance with Rule 8. the Club will be |g
the ae of the foot. what angle or from what heignt Association's Book for Boys, cevelon 10 iteks if the raise Was One Spade—Two Spades, South sieges ta Mamabers on Eb wr sor Pree
: Re jable feet are all- the ball is moving towards you, 1950-51 (Naldrett Press, 10s.). Raph gee are a eee would rebid Three Clubs with Bonk Oarcart te et ok Charity.
important, too, when t comes to you can only “kill it” —that is, It is full of news and pictures unless he is 1 gainbling mood ; ne pend 963% sotts Anes . Bak incliae ue Maknent
trapping the ball, stop its movement entirely—by abcut everything in Soccer, — a ‘trial bid" vi!) allow resconder 4 wae. oe Sie S te Panis am rorkt La aeicccabicaier:.
_ During a match the ball comes forming an angle between your L.E.S. to sign off in Three Spades if North hed a sound single By order of the Committee. \
ee - reat aceareneatnenet = his raise was shaded with a fit in the trial suit H. P, SPENCER,
/e ’ The seaue-ee One Shade wo in Spades becomes 4h aT eh bs: )
Local Cricketers | M.C.C. Cricket Suttle’s XI vs ie ss A comneea oe es STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS i}
7 t a3 >. co ele vac
Bridge. and the fina! contract is 1” thick, 4 x 6’, 8, 10’ W
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ti

Will Greet Team Needs Belg rave’s X. I

’ A two-day cricket match at] ~
W f, Heroes Encouragement Brisbane, Culloden Road, ended
The C itte nic Jin a draw. Mr. Suttle’s XI took
Pee ee (By ALLAN HOBY) first innings lead with 161 runs.

@ l4e. per sq. ft.

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tie for ise tees 5 Mon or ay The most pilloried team in] G. Sobers top-scored with 72 runs. 1 1%” thick, 4’ x 12 :
West Indies. antes Tie ‘Nel ericket history, the side which} Bowling for Belgrave’s XI, Price ORIENTAL @ 30c. per sa. ft ti
experiencing sia’ ditic te I! thas evoked more defeatist whim-| took 2 for 21, Smith 1 for 2. 4 per sq. ft. i
finalizing ciaias ee pee ty 1) perings and blubberings than any Belgrave’s XI replied with 43 Se Habla Espanol i
oheradnes _ . b mauee of thetother, has sailed for Australia. runs, B. Smith collecting 10. Stirlon Tempered Hardboard can be used for e::terior work such as’
ater M 4 veeee and time “They haven't a hope.” sneer | Suttle’s XI scored 132 runs in their MY SAM FT Se ih yt Hoods, Door Panels etc. i\
oki - ae atina This! the ey nics. “They'll get the big-|\second innings, G. Sobers top- THANI BROS. iy
ship is expected to leave the} gest thrashing of all time. Here scoring with 42. Belgrave’s XI, i
United Kingdom on or about 22ndjis one journey which isn’t really | given 251 runs to make in two Pr. Wm. Hnry. St. Also TILEBOARD SHEETS t)
of this month and may take some] necessary,” jeer the know-alls. } hours, scored 134 for the loss of ream. vi
ewe to reach Barbados. I k you, what a send-off! How | 4 wickets Price and Applewhaite ” eee ee "

gain, due to the fact that the|miserably mean can we get! Bn ae ie oleh aanttoes is
“Matina” may remain in port for Maybe on paper they haven't a scored 53 and 46 respective Iv. : PDOPSROOPP OPPO PPP P POS ors Be ne ee ee Nyy eee ee A 8 4E ES Ge. Oe. Hf Ky
a very short time, the form oi a aan ‘are isn't a aor ; f | Phone 4267, m
reception may have to undergo| W00d, a Tate, a Jardine or a Hed- W : y z
changes at the last be ME nde ley Verity among them—but they Yugoslavia ill HURCH OF BIBLE PROPHECY Sie P i
ver, a cal as bee ie haven't lost yet and they're better | :
is aes oe eget cs despatched than the moaners think Attend Festival ve ;

lessrs, Elders and Fyffe in- * ’ . BEGINS EVANGELIST IC SERIES via a
ic ‘ming them that Barbados plans Nothing Impossible BELGRADE, Sept. 19 x 9 ° a
a reception for the cricketers and 7 The Yus ae eh ath ep Reder % |
asking for all available informa-] So give them a hand. Stop the aan ia -aceented an % nvitation PASTOR C. P REID EXPOSITOR g ’

g has ¢ pted an i a ° ° .

tion. weeping and wailing. It's undig- |} ! Seta ae ee
nified for un-British, Instead, from the English Footbail Asso-
let’s give this grossly s!andered
side some encouragement

If our Test men get ruthlessly
fit, if they fight and field with the
all-out will-to-win spirit from the
first ball—well, nothing is impos-
sible, as our athletes proved in
Brussels,

4elieve me, the Australians are
not treating our men lightly. Al-
ready, with that almost ghoulish
zrimness they bring to every Test

natch, they have launched i

A man with God’s Message

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The first meeting begins
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SUNDAY NIGHT, Septem-
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ciation to participate in the Festi-
val of Britain matches next year

Yugoslavia will send several
of her best football teams to the
festiva

It is hoped that if the majority
of the team is on board 4s.
“Matina” to have them disembark
by the Chamberlain Bridge aus
to conduct them through a path-
way lined by cricketers drawn
from all the clubs taking part it
the Cricket Competitions and rep-
resentatives ot the B.C.L. A dats
will be erected in Trafalgiu
Square and it is hoped that His
Excellency the Governor will bt
present. An Illuminated Addres
will be read and presented t
Captain John Goddard. There-
after the Team will be entertain-
ed to a subscription luncheon at
the Marine Hotel, when forme
West Indies representatives, two
representatives from the Cricke
Ciubs, members of the Cricke
Association and relatives of the
team will be invited to attend

An official dinner will be heid
at a later date, when Mr. J. M.
Kidney, Manager of the Team and
Mr, F, Clairmonte a Selector will
have returned home.

An appeal will be made to the
mereantile community, schooner
captains to fly their flags, buntings





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Jamaica Beat Trinidad

(Prem Our Gy mr 19 ?
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 19.

Jamaica won a well deserving
victory here to-night when Ron
Sturdy and Jimmy Farquason de-
feated Jin Ho, and Gun Munro
(Trinidad) 3-—6; 6—3; 6—4; *! -9:
7—5; in their doubles match ‘n
the Caribbean Lawn _ Tennis
Championships

inevitable psychological war

One famous Australian, writing
o a friend in this country about
che new pitch in Sydney, said to
be the most menacing in the
vorld added: “Tell Len Hutton
ve shall be waiting for him.”

The implication is obvious
Sgumpers. Well, there is an an-
swer to this sort of intimidation
nump ‘em right back

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Should the present stupid, utter-
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week—yes. And soon. Belgian Congo's Eli Elandon, Tur-
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Wrrl iifdi S •• | I •• in l tr '2 U Barbaras fcicate ii ATTLEE SURVIVES BY SIX VOTES WAR WITH S !" ; GERMANY HanRiver TOKYO. Sept. 18 j GENEhAI. MACARTHlh' to-day ti>ld correspondents .t'> Inchon that his marines have drrvi n into Yongdun^po. a| 'Suburb of Seoul, just aims: the Hn River from the Communist held South Korean) i A broad stretch of the tORM times tliHxlswept laud MfMI ated the marines from th< river which Army i %  are now preparing t.i bridge. The General said that tli head of the marine column aKacklm; vital commumc a• the city was now well I lh • effective range of Uulre support. Resistance lo the eastward ad-. inUnited Nation.. Fei which include British: starIIi • (Command, r \ %  Uffenlnf as Seoul comes within; gun runtjv but marine pilot* re ported that some CommuniiU had rcachid the river in their retreat Pilol r.-turning to the Amen-. can 1'iiift "Philippine Sea" re l>ortcd that the lines of the Uni i ted NaUona troops, lorries and tanks whlrh hud been movin,%  %  illward i' .11 the main highway! from Inchon MO* bad their head In Yongdungpo. 3 miles from th< edge of Seoul. 2.00(1 Red* Taken Although about 2.000 Commun i -i prisoners had been taken in the I >>cachhead drive en Seoul up ti I %  itf inichl. the Communist units '' ndintt approaches to the old :l r teadfastncN-, South Korean capital had nnt yet tot fc val-1'wen identified, he added. Re iUrtance general'y w,. light, hut < iMihitrii • mm 11 II ENDED BIG THREE DECISION FiiANKFURT, Sept. 19 BRITAIN, France and MM United States "will treat any attack again"t Vestern Germany or Berlin from any quarter aj ti attack upon them selves according to a riecisi m taken by the Big Three Foreign Ministers la X.'ew York. The decision was taken by the three Foreign Ministers according to a Communique released here. As regards internal security, the Foreign Ministers agreed to the establishment of a Federal German mobile police force. Germany will also be allowed to set up a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and enter diplomatic relations with foreign countries. The Foreign Ministers Instructed the Allied High Commission to "lift forthwith nil restriction! Oil the size and number of commercial cargo ships built f<>r exnort, and to allow BUM] to be produced outside the present limitations where this would facilitate the defence effort r.f theWes"Hitherto CJrrmany has been restricted t.i buildim: shins nf 7,300 tons and 12 knots "Thr steel ceiling was teed ; • 11,100,000 tons annually They reaffirm their which they have Blrandj |lwn many proofs to Integrate tha Fed eral Republic into a communit> or frao is.it ions—Uiey are that an overwhelming the t" rn an par' in building rovnh) and common situation. It appears to them thai the time has now come in taki tii.nra step att.'ilnment of tha* U (ierman Rights retained Tin. MUM will not affect the rights and status of Uie three powers u German) which rasl Upon olhei bake*. It will howgn itc u flrrnei foundation for developing the structure "i peaceful and rnendly relationships ;ind will remove disabilities t> which Get -i>-<-t It is -.it ii'i.i it possible to take simitar action In their own consUtuttoaal practices, The thl have given %  artous consideration to the BTOb!om of the security of thi Republic In both 1U external and Its Internal aspect*. Thnise the fart that outright military '•ii Bovlet Son ipaUon and with recent events In Garmi liave give tuatlon "f great comi-i D Concerning intei i Foreign Mlnlsteri haw agreed to l>ermU the c-tablUhmcnl of mobile police formation* on land, on a provincial basis but writh provtsJoi | i in. h i i U enable the Fodi lo have adequate powers to make rtTieiiv.nag .if all or part of thai farce m order fully t" meet the : %  %  The High COT I tl Allied forces in Ciermany wtl render BUCfl ;i %  attSllOl U b feasible bllsh menl nf thi6 I I This n. w phase hi I tgUDri lietwcci I nd the laderal Republie wtl" he • %  major 1 .)„ %  fV L .uid the %  i;.' Ifapuhli'' will lie expeclLiiidertake certain eommlt%  itiici ICUOM M DX %  apeoalbllfUea Prrite's Steadftne*i a trl:-. to prefieedum They have ask-, .1 %  iplei the relati ^i\\v the and plsywngfit, nipprd his garden at Ayot. St. Lawrence. Hertford-hue. on and fell heavily. —Express. was stiffening in some areas pokesman sad. Big Communist Arm v convoys were reported moving northwards ran the iiK.ui battle ion*, towards .Seoul to day as American troop* i roke out of the Defence BOK in EfSUtfl Korea and set up a hridge1 -ad across the Naktong Rt^onnuissance planes spotted :0fi vehicles moving north fmm Taejon towards Chona-i during Ihe night and another big convoy ivas seen travelling frrmi Kimhon towards Y.ngdong e rlv toDesp te Ihese apparent with* [irawals lo Hie north. Communist.were stubbornly resisting in nl liiportant seetor> on the southern front. Crossed South of Wargwan Six hundred United Nations troops bur-ling out of the 'Defence Box' in South Korea stor n Hi X ktong River mi 1 r I hall of ( ommunlst fire A trussingwas made four miles louth of the Commun.at strnngI eld of Waegwan. the west comer %  f the defence perimeter. Attarkei* gained a precaiiou. It-nhold on the west hank of thi liver, but half an hour afM thl lirst assault at dawn. Communist maohine gunners were still putting down blanket fire to check reinforcements. lh is was the second big cross Ing of the Naktong Ul 41 hours Troops of the UBhV I S Bft fll* eava i*y dlv sion now SCUBsSjad Communists west of the river United Nations troops are pushing out both the western and northern sides of the box in 1rlve linked with the Inchon ir •asio-j to ih % %  in his&Vy. In a -message to Engl'sh speaking Scaiih Africans m thn nantly F.ngl'sh speaking eitg Or Malan said. South African nationmuch it might an owrssd si %  ustii had in fact prove.! to be a unlfylnj fores He said %  %  aot merely by iterests but also —Reater Great Power Goes To People Under New Constitution In Trinidad (From Our Own Correspondent) PORT-OF-SPAIN Sept. 19. BIBI.E-CMIHYIW; I-abour leader Uriah Bui have the largest party in Trinidad's new Legislative Court' cil. Six Butlerites including the leader were returned ai the election [or 18 elected seat* Butler may have one or twu other atlhen-nts in tit House. Under the new Constitution power will he placed LiryHy in the people's hand>. Others elected were six Inde' pendents; two of the Caribbean .^OVOCaiC Hill H -'il.B'„ ad Labour Party, two of the Relief Fund For Antigua ,. %  .. % %  a s I Rains Kill 7 AiiMKDAi.AD. India, Sept. IS Seven people were killed ant mred when heavy ratal -reught down houses in Northern Guierut in the West %  I CSfl h*sl India according to reports n.,i.hnm here. if ihe death* occurred ii JCisaa *1SHUJB when21M) house* ,i Uspsad and four in Kalol township where 24 inches of rain fell Hi *". hours —Reute ad Labour Party. : iiiicai Progress Group, tho latter being a businessmen's organl%  ..i..:. All six Trade Union Council candidatea were defeated. Ejections were quiet; the fearud ihsorders not taking place. Sevan East Indians were among the elected. Ashford Slnanan, a suceessful Rutlerito aged 27, Is liinidad's youngest legislator i ver His brother Mitra Slnanan, Butlerlta was alao elected. Of the Ml candidatea 9i have forfeited dopoaiu of $12000 each: this la baUoved to bo an Empire rocord. In the new House of 26 mombers the Govenunent will hava bloc of eight consisting of five 1 !*• ri..initiated by < iovenioi .i .,id rhras osneials. No Kxtri'imMeasures ON STEEL ISSUE M.P. Priest Sued For £1,500 FOR SITTING AND VOTING U>NIK>N. sags) U ... %  erve-l a writ claiming ft.SOU from lutng and svsroi in Parliament. The post U eain the I sn D i JSBBSM uaaipsy Mat ssrvsthss isawnhtr for srM Sum the last tin i. I Kin hot i i posttton IUIS beau In doubl %  i a u-t cantury art dis,.i..lifyi>i,{ Church of Englanc trom becoming ti 1'arllnment Mac sfanawsy aaAounesd 'hat the rii bad scan %  arvad on him L, London Consulung Enguecr ftcd atcOhai nl uut %  I ii en ineligible to he un hi 1' i .i. 1 < sued by a common Informer Itr f.500 i. mrj I) he ait* i 'i in Parliament British Law common ii .'inner suing anyone he claims osad the -•..:.• un la '•itled to any dan %  %  UaV Manaway who voted in irliament's debate on the Behu U plan rsccntlj aid last be again lonlght In the l drh iti hsalit LONDON, Sept. 19 W^WSTON CHURCHILL tonight failed by six votes to topple the Labour Government over tVc nationalisation of steel. Parliament rejected by 306 votes against 300 his motion branding the Government's motion towards state ownership of the industry as an act splitting the nation during a period of danger. If the Government had lost, it would have meant its downfall and an immediate general election. Members (rum Dursing homes and hossutali rushed to ''arliament in taxis and private cars votes Shouts of joy from the Labour h< nt h. result which meant that barring accidents. PHlTri M I ister Attlee's Government will survive until next year at least ( issaanallU Leader ill had la un caad I U.K. Gives £50,000 To Antigua For Hurricane Re/ie/ IX>NIX)N. Sept 19 The first consignment of food l clothing for the relief of vie tint* of the Leeward Islands' hurricane atorms will leave Ls n dO tl i A (' • oiKtellntion Similar consign me it* will leo\e each Monday ii.l Thunday thcreafh-i i i nod of three week* Tlie value of goodi. will total .erne t!2.00l) and is part of tlv %  elief scheme for which H M "I *hall vote ev,n if thi hr.ivi-n Ball," he Mid reporters. He said j Cnvcmmem has voll fM.000 th il he v,. oi,i defend OH acti biouuht afalnst him —Renler Turkey Refused Membership Of Atlantic Pact Council LONDON, Sept is The Atlantic Pact Council has I application lor I full membership in the Noith Atlantic Alliance, usual!, 'oiirees said here today The mason i* that most members Of the Council are unwilling to' Mratcti the ooHsatsons of me pad I ternstlonal i hip, UICL unders; id here 10' Tin k. .1 nlnuiu con The BO AC *mission of mer 1 y ttiKht. will lake tflSSS food and elothlng parcels to KinBJSton, Ja : naiea from which the> will !>. %  own to Antigua hv Went Indian | it-ways, a H O.AC milwdlary i'ackages whi--h are designe.1 tl. issi-i foui to live thunsiind vie |Umf will contain dried odlk. masl xtracl foup ehocolu'e onimeul •all • ch'lhlng Of a total grani votisi by HM ..it H hi lerrned tha' |{ I 'HOD trill he iU voted |o Ihs i.hoililuu! "f M'fle houses I SO 000 for the rebuilding of wood and stone houses: CSOOi' i renting, premises mid buyln] ulpou m ;u take the Place ; .lie burned out Leeward Ft I ral Secretar'at full ralUnl Qoundl have pnsposad Ifaal tir AduiiiH I 11 ii I iliTo XtUtul Talks posslbl] Dr H G. Cummin I the House .if At Depuly 1. hformad Iks Ho i the milltaol:' 1 ','..,^.', (1 <1* nf the Atlantic pact power* ni rmsd m the alafancs of Ihs sCsditl nanean rttrlsa rnost concerned will be Britain .Franc)' Italy and lh,. Unltsd States llruter Increase Defenees Says Juliuna it land* larlia I.,,.'. I i.ne It in In I'd that then* will elected modeniUM ihe passage of any extrem> measures The elections wer. van peaceful: in the words * the Police Chief Colonel Kn licudon "surpruuigl. Mr James of TOIMIV I himself that it inot know.. wheSher Butler will have a blobut it I* likely tha' James will support Butler. t 0 On pace Russian Wants China's Representatives Thrown Out of V.N. Assembly FLUSHING MEADOWS. Bepl IB. THE UNITED NATIONS Cet.eral A-v-emb': ftfi Annual Session 1o-niht and bmsneduitel> pi into the controversial question of Chinese reprett i l Sir Beneaal Ran (India) introduced a resolution ai 4 the Chairman had opened the session cnllinK for iiAocr;. sepi ,.f ih,. Nethera ipw.h Opening I ( t"l. iv told the {il they wr.vld have to e heir defence*, carry the 4 t,ii- for sonrpossibly accept more lirSS. Speaking Throne tha Qusan as> i hired that lbs >'! jacriflceai liemi; dernand,d ,.( Holland so soon after 'hi fjocond World War ard Ihs eon %  in t in indonasta cau "i m i anxiety. ^^ Measr I'reiieh The Fi %  Arrn) I %  %  y si l [post w m Kia hg nimon to Strom ol Iml.i China*! Vietmni i viiimie i hast itv outi lad gallatit two day* the ai noustcannen l French Vn i i %  •..ll of Do.i ,-. ..i %  m HS miics north i 111 uriK.( nftsr a day %  i i irrleon wh < %  mighi haee nu ibare i >\%  %  %  poki Reuler staling thai he wool bg unable to go \\i New Zealand %  sttstid the Brnptri Pniilsmenisn I !oofarsn> %  <• In Ot lobor Mr Adam, had tome inn. .,-. iMolntssI b] both House t 'hi legislature un ,},.. Barbs11 deswssfSj at ihs ut BttarnM to unseat U irnment hj delating that tho naUonalisation of utecl would iniitfeie with the nationI inent efl-r' B a crowded i';iih.oneiu he chargBd run" %  r'l.itlii I lth ' dandb blow .it national aoftj I une el l)ancr il'!lie Hid lame .,! .i uiomenl Whan Conservatives and Liberals d themselves to support lbs OavartuosnFs defence gramme in a tlmo of mortal dangen Churchill sSld that lha m bon of Prims Mlnlatti Clomsol Attlss In laklna sach i ataa asaold %  tt rnlv ludffSd b) the nation and %  Tho Oovarnmsnl ba daclared. I oUl '.'i (iiMdaiiienl.d grasi basic In* dustn B/hlch of all others deserves %  f,.i ii-, nil lanes rimi.hill .nil that Uw Prbsai Minister had not only fomented rational dtscord for purty purposes. but wa placli an obstacle in the whole llaal organisation "Inch IIUK'.' iv.i* -eilous in a ^wlft re-e., pment defence sarvlcss. He i mounced that It tha Uvaa Won hack iKiwer, lha} would repeal Ihe Steel Nationalisation Act whether or no* the steel industry had already boon taken over Missed Schuman's Talks lUvea Churchill conill thought that Britain could '•perfi'cllv well have taken twit in the Sehumsn Plan uilks In 1'aris. If there ware B mlaundei standing -he i mild break off at •my moment lh .id.!.-.I I. \Minlil have been r. advantaas) nut only to Europe hut io oui own steel Irsdustry to l.i.ve been orB BOI at fha rn"etlnge act i lad with it mam hODSI '• >r tiding the i i ii.. Oannsn qusrrsls whlc!i I'.i'.' i >'fc. Ruropv In .itir llle("hin. lull, whose speech was intarruptad many times by critical comments from Labour banchai %  .II i ihe Mnaii miiiiici nf Coin muni in oui mid I cannot at pn ml injure OUT defence aflOgt i 'i. i nation ill ct of i ibot isax i raised Lha Trade-* li i i : %  :Plan t i ring lbs] Is-eel 'ndUSlry under a central auinOf I ikers and lOnvar nen* rsprssantaUvas. %  ft on pace S the decision on who was to represent China. s.vn-. Foreign lOlUSMf Andret He termed UsS Vyshinsky then lumped up anrtj"! challenKed the right of Nntionallst I Wry action which unlleti r; 'hlna h"it in the A.sembly and IWs ore carrying out In K HEX It to throw out ChUng K I ham ^ the asked I Shek's representatives iittir.il oqulvslei I I soon which onlti % %  rrvlnv *Mit In Korea irdi we .!.I. STOCKED BAH! Oprii F.Mry liny in.m 9"ll li.lll. In 12 Mi I nl.' • Dint On K. irpliuni.l : Mr.. CHAN, l9L' lor TABU BXSBSVATION • WF a.".Tin-DOU," K..r DA1NTIBS 0< <*S.**S*tS*WV' .1*S*-r.



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WEDXl.-nw ~ll'Tr>IBFR M, 1H BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE $4,199.70 Asked To Send Speaker To Britain To Attend Opening of Parliament l.i L HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY alter a long, di d yesterday an Address U> the Governor MUM him nd down a Resolution for $4,199.70 to cover expense oi %  visit of His Honour the Speaker of the House to England representing Barbados at the opening of the new Chamber of the House of Commons. Mrs. Husbands, the Speaker's wife, will accompany him. The Address reads as follows: The House of Assembly have tinhonour to inform Your ExUMt the Speaker of the House of Commons and His Malows ram — .1 in the United Kingdom have again honoured this aiu-ienl Assembly and the Island of Baibadoa by extending an invitation to His Honour the Speaker anil Mrs Husband* lo attend the opening ceremony ilnea chamber of the "Mother impale" M lfa 28th. October next. Tha House would place on record Its profound sense of appreciation of this honour, and humbly lesjHttt Your Excellency send to ihls House* a R for tha sum of S4.1M.~0 to cover the incidental expenses relative to the representauon of this ancient constitution. The House also invite Your Excellency on the eve of the ceremony ;Vi forward to the Speaker of the Route of Commons, a tel tram expressing their appreclalion of tills historic occasion, and the goodwill of the peopl Barbados. The amount recommended PBWM*> and Travvlllna flJ via Pinaawaiaiy oon | Allowance SSt M Allowance to Mr S. Mm. II u.Uaiul. lor ft Hny% al IBM orr lay SUM SMSsn Hi ti (; Cummins (L) le moving the passing of the Address MM that the Government was responsible for the transportation to and from Uindon of the Speaker .ind his wife. PravtstOB of $144.00 was made for a wig which he said was worn by almost every Speaker in the British Commonwealth. Trinidad had lust eooduded their aftaetiotki and the Speaker there would be wearing a wig. Win Necessary IIfelt that ihe House could .in M> less than lo grant the Speaker a wig to be worn on that historic occasion and be in Une with other Parliaments of the British Empire, There was also the need for a new gown as the one worn by the Speaker was ii" 1 ''i Rood condition. With regard lo clothing allowance, he •aid ihut the Speaker and his wife would be arriving in England in October when it would be very cold and would consequently need some warm clothing for the ist-usion. hence the amount suggested in the Address. 1 J iCummins said that delegates it ihe nriOISI West Indian had lield meetings ard had ii rived at certain Allures and %  ndattOna for the sake of uniformly which Ihey had rei %  emnieiicied to their Governments. Those recommendations were exetttSlva ot hotel expenses and the travelhnc dclcgaiVs would be allowed the minimum of $15.00 a day. Those recommendations had been accepted and some of the figures were incorporated in the Address before them. The Speaker was to be allowed $15.00 a day and his wife half that ..mount M>. F. L Waleatt (1.) seconded Mr - II. Wilkinson I said that he was glad to see that the British Government had rocognuksd tha House of Assembly ol b. Inviting the Speiikei Mid ins wife to .uieiui ihe opening of their new Parliament ouilding. Ha inweclated thai UV Ba after should <<• provided With fundi di order that he would ba able to maintain the dignity of his office, but they must not be accused of being over generous. Since Ihe Address had been Circulated, there had been quite a lot of criticism concerning the expenses incurred for allowance Of $22.50 a day f..r the Speaker and his wife. He was wondcrlru whether they were not too liberal With regard to the four Items inantkoed — wig. parliamentary gown, cloihing allowance and all iwance to the Speaker and hli Mr Wilkinson then moved to aded < %  • %  %  it Walcoti tl< II. A „o into Committee .,„ th Address and i>ils was reserved b uvc bv to 8 division Mr Crawierd (C) said U when the invitation from I CommeM *' s acerplc'l ,i the opinion Tiat the ernnent was | I ,. • ..„ -mount of the (pen • X ihe S %  wife (a tht tour. tit? oiito ... ance If h. '. .VClllIlg. Ii. could not see why the .men* had accepted th Mr \\ Jlniti (LI said mat could believe that any of the Honourable Members uf theHousd bt-lieveu that the people who sent out the invitaUon were going to pay any of the expenses. The Honourable G. B. Evei; lata Speaker of the House of Assembly, was invited to the BsBpil Parliamentary Association Conference Who paid the money? he ashed Barbados was not invited al< Delegates from all over the British Empire were going up to tho opening ceremony. In footing the expenses of the Speaker, the House was not creating a precedent. Throughout the West Indies, delegates had been sent out and given adequate allowances by their Govern menu. Ba snH of tha opinion that tha bin point of the speech of the Honourable Member for St. Philip was that the allowance was too much. "Don't send the Speaker to Eligland lo be merely a spectacle," Mr. Mottle? ved that the House bring down resolution to aid the Speaker expenses It was not true that the last Speaker who was sent out to represent Barbados was sent out bv e HOUMof Assembly. He felt that some of the members or the House were caught by surprise when they reud th. resolution quoting such big figures. Mr. E K Walcatt (E) sai.l that he was told that delegations going abroad before were given clothing allowance, hut that s news to him. He felt thai the sum could be reduced to $3,850 agreed with everything that the Honourable Senior Member for the C ty said. Yet. he did not agree with a discussion like that taking place in the ears f the public. Wants Vote Cut A discuss on like that was no. suited for the House Members should have gom* Into the lobby and tried to sMtlt it prtvateb there. However, if the opposition thought that the sum of money was too much, they had every r ght to oppose it. The Speaker was not going to England to represent himself but was gomg to represent Ihem all. It was their duty lo see that he was not out of S ocket. Thfly should provide ir the necessary expenditure. No recipient of the vote could have felt good recelv ng it under those circumstances. He heard that the Sugar Delegation had clothing allowance but that was without the knowledge of his side of tho table He fell it was a novel idea to furn sh warm clothing for delegate and moved that the sum b. reduced to $3,850. Mr. Mapp > % %  '!" that the Hon'ble Senior MemVr for St. James hzi made statements. which as an experienced parliamentarian he would not have made had he not been guided by prejudice and preconceived ideas. The wig that the Speaker would be supplied with would be the property of the House. When the Speakers of other colonies appeared at the ceremony in proper wigs and gowns, how would Barbados feel with their Speaker in an old and tattered wig and gown? There was precedent for what they were doing, said Mr. Mapp, and referred to a Resolution passed by the House to send members Of the Labour Department and a Police Officer to England for a course of training Included in th.it Resolution was an allowance for warm clothing. And that had been at a time when Britain was much warmer than it would be at the opening of the new Chamber, There was no use quibbling They either wanted the Speaker to go, or they did not want I go. If lh.;. %  ..'.:. %  : him lo go. they should grant him every courtesy and facility that his Office deserved. Mr. D. D. Gamer (C) agreed thai they either wanted him to go or they did not want him to. he agreed too that if he went, he and his wife should go In a prop* manner For that reason he would vote for the Address. Personally, however, he did not think the invitation should have been accepted at all In fact, his view was that the sooner the> broke away from all British tradition, which meant nothing anyhow, the better off they would be A Warship If the British Government really ted the West Indian Colonies .g o. auras In England ware not compel il %  being discussed In the the amount of allowance was on the basis of paying one's own and In the %  aseSMl i the money was found by C. D. fe W which was a charitable organisation and which had money to spend He agreed that it wai l ble that they had to discuss the matter in public Thc> might appear lo be censuring, which was just what one did not want to do But when you were fighting a question of principle, you had to take a stand no matter how much W.LI disliked doing It. Mr Cax said that CD & W'a money was not spent just like that. Government was caretaker oi it. and the House approved the %  pending But on the occasion of wilding the eAean for the COUHtS no mcmlier had challenged the clothing allowance, although they could nave ehaUanajad it if ihej Wanted to. Mr. E L, Ward (E) abo gpr ea aid regret at the turn the discussion had taken, and he too ex(reused the view that It should .i\. ban tlrsl discussed privately by members of the various parties i as to find out what the view* members would be. He admitted lhat when he first came Into the House that day lie had not been In favour of the amount contained n the Address. He felt that if the British Government invited His Honour the Speaker it was the British Government's duty tn get him there. Simply paying his hole! bill was not enough. He felt however that the amount should be granted In his opinion it would be a source of pride to coloured West Indians in England to see their colonies' representatives walking among others of the Empire as men among men. While that was so, he would not agr?c to the making of such requests in such a haphazard way in future. It was undigiulUd Mr Crawford speaking again •.rgued that when a poor colony like Barbados could spend .'.la' %  mount to send a representative to England, it would appear to Greal Britain lhat the colony was really not an buoiy utT II i claimed to be. He was speaking U >;„ .ik.-l Winding up Ihe debate lhCummins said that, it was a question of warm clothing. When the last Sugar Delegation went lo England, certain colo ni al provided their representatives with warm clothing or an allowance for them. The Trinidad delegates told him that t given warm clothing. The same allowance wu given in the case of the Antigua and St. Kitts delegates. Subsequently delegates got together and made recommendations to their Governments to the effect that delegates going to England should be provided with money to buy warm clothing. The Speaker and his wife were going to England and would need warm clothing As long as he was a M the Government he would always recommend warm clothing P up to the members whether or not they wanted the Bpeakei to go. MR WOL RATES REVISED The House of Asscn-.i day passed a Resolution which-i a revision of the air mail postage on letters, post cards and uif 1 • I >.i\e iHx-n maea %  MM m th1 ,ur nialss, .HI pontage ratso II necessary i. the present revertthat source Is to be lined. Tea %  chanpi i which would be made an Increase*: All l i DUMa rates. Great Britain from 30 cents io 38 cents. Canada, United States of America from British Honduras from 8 cents to 16 cents Jamaica from 8 cents to 12 cents RrdarUans: Australia from $1.20 to 90 cents British Guiana from 8 cent cants, /.one from 24 cents to 2 cents. Dutch W< i. 18 cents 1 an1 Frenen Waal Indies from l" cents to 8 cents leeward Islands from 8 cents to i. oanhi Trinidad from H esnu toi WMHIA.IUI Island from 8 cents to 6 cents. What An tf.P. Wants To Know \ti i) r A ti.i.: tabled the ft flowing Questlo i V semhlv # Is il true ti< rl blockfro m < I • %  t I To cart stores f i 0 m %  f) Is till' Go* I (erred lo In above, doe* not conform to nudes # win the Governmei I U s BtrrieabUrbj of Ihl Dapertaaent with motor Ised transport for the purpOOl of (a) Transporting block-Mon.-. from Oodrington quarts T to the prison (c) Tha tn portal . | Official Reporter Ask** For Leave AN Addn ii to KIVI lative Council Mi C it Roejt, three months' leave before he resigns on I i md which asks tot a prOVWl f ,i in moving the paaalni <>i th.Mr Crawford ft thnt Mr. RiK-k hud given faithful terries to tha Government and he had no doubt ihey would wlsti i that they appreciated his services to the Butlers Win Was A Surprise < IPINIIIM d Kl.vio.i '' ite local people. kven ti \d Jud..t h.iiii tlSS of Ii. la contrary u th* IK^IWM '" •• K'"' 1 Paftj Qovi m asn v b-t | .. %  D II;. i US ip ol Trinidad during lh He aid thai r. an experiment is the opi that shere should Uno more) russ," he said, but there were than two or three parties. MM for anything "Tinretail da i order to make progress pan/, and tiiete will be groupu '•< u,,tl psanBSBCUJ the lines which ill BSet more wiOh the French politl ump to carr cal p.ni[. proirimn t srw There is no Stablu govcrniuant. Hwroughniu How can Ihey I parly is in power. Tin lannuuj with so no Ideological difference and th people must ha. %  on peraonaUt.v than on policy." Beleeaoe \ l; %  • .. I aud useful man is lost hi Trinidad public tft As IB is now. ha said, one haj lo wait and see how the parties win get together, i.utier might loin up with the niiiioilty oi : ..• light do so. Mr. Mottley Ban! ha wu suri seats In the Legislative Council. from i .it the Trinidad i bo SfSs %  i' Bog Josepb and Alheri Oonea sroutd have recalnl their seoU. .:• ot the i leetiona how inJoo thai the people in tli< %  tfll individualistic. speaking. They havo to like tho a -xirticular parly t back the Darty's members. A Bridgetown parochial cm: loyea e*picscd surprise lhat Butlte't party had gained six eats .uid said tl' '. Inbelie\ -s Ihe working of ; I ill be sotnewhat o4 a DMdleji A clerk rrinldad, but altei ,. lea.l.M papers of UM 7< to think thai Bi a small foUowing u-llkgviii people i would havi he was tlstapt i t Ion of his hill m his whereabouts I' the Truiidail .isk->i He thinks that the elections ir %  ill have some afleri Of -. in IMl Timio.ol had 141 candidate lot tlection but he was that Barbados will have about tsftua as many "Than, we will also be getUni DB in t n tJ out ami party ol their own." he Mid A tad* tsonogi.ioii.i rtJ v i.; t\ the least interested In what WBS ihe outcome or the elections lii Trinidad i tha II tide On the IpCHairlng In yesterday's issue of Ihe Advocate and said van Interested in politics in BarixtdV hu hi BI JAMAICA TAXES UPPED KINOSTON, Sept. IK Na taxation was annouiicexl in todaj imp-oMiig heavy lUXUn items such a* dwl gramophones, / b Stilt goods and inInland and foreign postage. In some cases lh duties were i. ii.i.-.i and Miinelimes trebled it nosing $2,000,000. the new duties have followed Ihe COO* trol by the (iovinnnent uf dry POod prices and were said to bt necssarv bv the tlovernmcnt to meet the neu Ci\il Seivue sal ,t. rate. The regrading of Civil Service salaries fell much below tKpSCta* Uoim but in any event It will cost i ."Mimneiit (2.000.000 per annum while %  mHllOtl and a half %  -ill IH>pi*nt iiiinu duti lv providsi work. 1 ". P oppoalUOO have moved u vote ..f no-, ontidence against the %  i loda) over Ihe eonIrol of drv good nines ilainuny it will mean that the public will %  %  %  to Imuldcr Hli ,ol.till, of one million and a %  inds a yearr J.im.ii i r-i. ( .in I'art) I ..-.iilei te, said todej on oom< Kuiiting on Trinidad's elections: 1 think that Uriah Butler has l and am glad that (iomc Tang "ITS SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING .. %  %  > i i. **>— %  wlmrBiif rr%aim ... MtKh |ir n w' collecletl the representalives. Until BtrbtdOt was met *' ihey broke away from all that cusThe question was. whether or not the Government would be juslifled in putting their hands int., the Treasury to spend money art aestura Ba did not see the point of .pending lltlnn n wig and S144 on a gown which were only to te worn one day. He was not prepared to agree with anything more than the travelling nr.d MibKlstence allowances. He even felt the tubslStenct allowance aaattOBaV Tlie Government had ent out delegates to live on 114 a day. than making an allowance for the Speaker and his not anni %  %  er uaed for tl %  ople of Barba.i a waste of public fund< He moved that the resolution be .•Ml that applied In doubly measure when it came lo England, ann when il came to such an occasion as Ihe opening of a new Chamhci of Parliament Mr. E K. WaleoU (El replied D.£7 AN IMPORTANT PART SCHOOt LIFE. SKLKCT Till-; UOHT il M H FOB VOUK CHILD Wholesome • lllltHi J4M. CVAVA Jill* HMl PI IMtfl Ml IIII ure exrellenl {IMHIS fur |T0Wfaa| ihildreii See Our: IIOMI raODUCUi DrTAIUMKNT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BKOAD Slitter During the war fonso B. De Lin: organlred the first Ca ever held in Barbados. Now he hai tcturncd to open a modern jewellery More m Broad Street which he told the Advocate" yesterday, will baflw ind n Harbadinns. Mr 1> Lima •-Matia^ing Director 'H the Trinidad Jewellerv and Luan Co Ltd. which he described a^ the oldest jewellei. atote or that Island He u al*.> director of Alfonso B De Lima A (''.. |i % %  oilers of Trim-'. jewe ler of 30 years" experience Mr Dt Lima said that the Ston lorn and tradition the whole world would make a laughing stock of them. He was not going to vote for ; any reduction. He would vote for all. or for none. Mr M. E. fax (L> said he was inrry the debate had not reached n higher level He referred to a Resolution which tha House had discussed, and which had provided money i '."„' i£!Tr~f.!2Si O„"!H^ !" ~ h l>""n >n Barfa.dc w.ll b-' go Bay Conference On that oeca__ _. ,u_ _l^_. „^i_. .„,„ T*.I.ion the Junior Member for St f*> , f m „ e ^^7",^^ James had argued that the pro[^^S't^S^Sli^S^ r


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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. IU* HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON rpHEIR guod looks tell you they're fusf right. You know, too. when you look at tbe price tag, that you can't get finer value. Illamated is a Two-tone G imped Brogue. Tied to every pair is the Joho White Guarantee Shield—the sign which means lusi right '/ Look for it in leading stores in Barbados. JOHN WHITE Suffering from *.t (he tint sign of discomfort after neali, tuck two Kennies, one liter :he other. Their nM-scung blend of uusud ingredients speedily cucrscrj Kidity and remove* the cause of pain. Never be without Rcnnies if you're prone to acid stomach. It's to easy eo carry a few in your pocket or handball, tor each one is separately •rapped. If they don't help you, tben it's high time you saw you locior. All chemist*, aell Renniaa _. DIGESTIF BENNIES NO SPOON. NO WATER... >-. J. Amm Us aasssfs means made just right J HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH CURE The UaM.ua Remedy fa* Couahe, Oelds. Bronchitis. Bora flS %  !"""•". Bnsnchlal AMuu, Whooj;inK CoufTi. IHlruf of Itta Otast eori Luaca, ate., ate. C. CARLTON BROWNE Wbeaeael* Betall DrussM 1M. Roebuck Si. Dial 2S11 — all day long If you know the secret of keeping flower-froali in temperature*! that make oilier women wilt, you will be thecentnxifHltnw'tion. Thia fas theaworet. Shower youraslf with (ashmen* Uouquot Talcum Powder after your bath, your swim. You'll foel it ahnething ynur akin with satin-smoothiKw* ; cooling %  ml frrwhetiing you like a perfume-laden breeze wherever you are, whatever you do. Every man will adore, the fragraiioe of your rjreseaoa. For it will be aha fragrance of Cashmere Bouquet — tbe fragrance men love. Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM rOVYDII OLQATI-r-AlHOLIVi.MIT CO. Q.B.B. BUTTER CONCENTRATE IS NOW ON SALE HERE I 'Afedaimed throughout the world m the finest bakiag median I Cake* and Pastries keep IsSBJBJ stay fresher—taste better w4*aa made with BUTTER CONCJEMTRATE SO EASY TO MAKE INTO T, BUTTEH—JUST ADO WAT, CtmpUlt Arclran. Q.B.B Butler Concentrate BIGHEB than BUTTEB LIST OF STOCKIST* . HROWNR. s. *.. ion a %  .. ii 4 % %  %  aAMtax. %  • A. (ilHTOVI C... SAMIKL 111 %  toa w MarOfcss vs. ,. m *u, rrrcauia IONNIIX US. rrarrr IAUII riaaUMa a Ce„ is*. MI AMI a SAMPSON, a. i sBsxa a Cast. %  SIAI.B a t a v. aroTT a c,. Lid.. STAJCTSLO BCOTT, Ma i A. TtDoa a r y a. TAYLOR. SONS L4d„ Soapin g' dulls hairHalo glorifies it Not a toap. tola emm — Halo cai'iol fail* dulling, di't-evtthtng mjap filml ~ *$* %  (.'itt. fragrant "n-II-wai'-r" laihrr -•*/ no R C 1 > %  Ntfcfrisaf Q^&B ,,„tarm !" 1 dandruff ln.m bath hair and nca/p I %  Hal.. Iirinta ffktrioue naluial luMn even tu lilrlm liair. 1 In. infilling new bqunl akwBKSM iMl J %  not an oil — il ronlains nwlhui* lt> dull Sjaasj hair. I Halo aluiibV* >oui hair the very lit.t lime y %  it, lost il lustrous!, -iippk ea-y lo-t and lr— iVn. -n. *> h \ %  fur Hi!.. '-(.* Ammrlrm'm hlgfi —Mug -hams HALO revult the hidden beauty of your hair C 0 l C A r a .r ALMO I I V f ri I J (0 i I •> T)0 you wake up in the *^morning really refreshed^ bright eyed and buoyant? If not* your sleep haa not been as restful and restorative aa it should be. m A cup of delicious 'Oi shine' at benl. tiaaa will help you—a> It helpa cuuntIcaa tatouaaada—to eedov the beat kind of sleep rvrrv night. This .mind. peoeful alaep come* h> aa entirely natural way. foe 'OvaltsSve' la peeparwdemlyfroaBNarura'aniMatfooda. I lie apecial aootbini nouri-haarat Which 'Ovaltin*' p.oMderrl,-r. nervous tenalon. helps vou to rela and quickly peepare* the wa* for %  lswp. Andwhllavou sleep'Ovaltinc' provide, nourlihenent to rancw %  tretitftli and energv. That Is why 'Ovaltlnc' Is a-verywha-rc ackaow

Wednesday
September 20
1950





ATTLEE SURVIVE

WAR WITH

Hachados







|'US Marines | CENDERELEA

Across The

GERMAN Y | Han River

ENDED

BIG THREE DECISION

FRANKFURT, Sept. 19
BRITAIN, France and ihc United States “will
treat any attack against Western Germany or
Berlin from any quarter as an attack upon them-
selves.’’ according to a decision taken by the Big
Three Foreign Ministers in New York.

The decision was taken by the three Foreign
Ministers according to a Communique released
here. As regards internal security, the Foreign
Ministers agreed to the establishment of a Federal
German mobile police force. Germany will also be
allowed to set up a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and

enter diplomatic relations with foreign countries.
The Foreign Ministers instructed the Allied High
Commission to “lift forthwith all restrictions on the size
and number of commercial cargo ships built for export,
and to allow steel to be produced outside the present lim-
itations where this would facilitate the defence effort of
the West.
“Hitherto Germany has been
ships of 7,200 tons and 12 knots.
“The steel ceiling was fixed ot 11,100,000 tons annually
They reaffirm: their “desire ofl Federal Republic will be expect-
rhic , have already given eae c
— once to iderake the ed |< pins 0 dl certain commit-
eral Republic into a community of |".
free nations—they are convinced pen
that an overwhelming majority of

the German people want to take!

restricted to building

and actions consis-

{

Perlin’s Steadfastness

r three Governments paid tri-
part in building a European com- the shakin ait stusitaabinndl
munity and strengthening it . | , Rerlin r at Pe

: »ple of Berlin for the val-
common situation. It appears to iv eae e the city to eoall
them that the time has now come}, ..| freedom. They have ask- |

> > “Ww » rards thel’ . ¥ Y : :
ve take the sf ‘ Srey attainment of these im it staternent..on the principles|
* ome . HO. the relationship be-|
vhts
German Rights netained twee., we Allied commanders, and

This action will’ not affect the!
rights and status of the thred |
powers in Germany which rest
upon other bases. It will how-
ever create a firmer foundation
for developing the structure of

the Berlin authorities and to lib-|
eralise Allied controls in the city,
to the maximum extent practica—|
ble |
West German Chancellor Dr. |

1

F 4 Konrad Adenauer described the
peaceful and friendly relationships}{hree Foreign Ministers’ Com- |

and will remove disabilities to|munique as “a very substantial
which Germany is subject. It iS | progress in_relations .between us!
hoped that oliiér nations will findjing the Western Allies”. “There!
it possible to take similar action js g new tone in this note which|
in accordance with their own con-jywas absent in similar communi-

stitutional practices. : cations in the past, Dr. Adenauer
The three Ministers have given|jqqeq



He made this statement |

serious consideration to the prob-|jefore a crowded press confer-
lem of the security of the Federal), noe of the Upper House of Parlia- |
Republic in both its external and); ent, Minister Ihgeror Gustav



its internal aspects. They recog-

nise the fact that outright military \Nebelier and Minister for -all
units have been created in the German affairs, Jakob Kaiser
Soviet Zone of occupation and j eat at table beside him

ee fois thee. soystier wath eat Dr. Adenauer said that he}
events in Germany and elsewhere would not comment on the Com-
have given rise to a situation of | munique in detail until after it

great concern.

Concerning internal security the
Foreign Ministers have agreed to
permit the ectablishment of mo-
bile police formations organised

was fully known.

Shaw Treated For

on land, on a_ provincial basis ‘t
but with provisions which would .
enable the Federal Government! Kidney Troubles

to have adequate powers to make
effective use of all or part of this
force in order fully to meet the} ..” 3
exigencies of the present situation, | £2&w

LUTON, Bedfordshire, Sept. 19
The condition of George Bernard

who underwent an opera-

tion for a broken thigh was statea

The Hignh Cormussion and the} |
Allied forces in. Germany wili|t¢ be unchanged at the hospital
rerider such assistance es “ay be | here this morning.

The





asi > rapid ¢ blish 94-year-old dramatist de-
vant Shee fersteues | veloped a bladder and kidney dis~

This new phase in relation jorder while in hospital here and is
between the Allies and the Fed-|being treated for this as well,
eral Republic wil! be marked b His response te treatment in
major extensions of authority of {understood to be atisfactory so
the Federal government, and the far (Reuter)

GEORGE BERNARD sHAW





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RD SHA (94), the author and playwright, slipped on

ths :
GEORGE B
some loose earth in his garden at Ayot, St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, on
Sunday, Sept. 10th and fell heavily

—Express

with its new responsibilities. }ist prisoners had been taken in the

‘lust night, the Communist units}

{Heineman Justice Minister Thomas ! |

'
TOKYO, Sept. 19. |
GENERAL MACARTHUR!
to-day told correspondents at
Inchon that his marines have
driven into Yongdungpo, a}
‘suburb of Seoul, just across|
the Han River from the Com-|}
munist held South Korean}
capital. |
A broad stretch of the some - |
times floodswept land separ-|
ated the marines from tho)
river which Army engineers |
are now preparing to bridge.
The General said that th
head of the marine column!
atiacking vital communica-!
tions ef the city was now well!
beyonc the effective range of |
naval! gunfire support. |
Resisiance to the eastward ad- |
vance of the United Nations|
Forces which include British Mar-
ines, (Commandos) was reported
stiffening as Seoul comes within]
gun range but marine pilots re-
ported that some Communists had
reached the river in their retreat.
Pilot: returning to the Ameri-
ean carrier “Philippine Sea” re-
ported that the lines of the Uni-
ted Nations troops, lorries and
tanks» which had been moving
eastward ;'ons the main highway
from Inchon now had their head
in Yongdungpo, 3 miles from the |
edge of Seoul. |
2,000 Reds Taken |
Although about 2,000 Commun-

beachhead drive on Seoul up tc

defending approaches to the old
South Korean capital had not yet
been identified, he added. Re-
sistance general'y was light, but

Reds Kill One Another
NEAR TAEGU, KOREA,
Sept. 19.

Two Communist combat
patrols moving left of Brit-
ish positions along the Nak-
tong River before dawn to-
day, opened fire on each
other and killed 12 of their
own men,

The British let them fight
it out. The skirmish ended
in shouting and screaming as
Communists discovered their
mistake and withdrew,

Ten minutes later they
came again, but this time
North Koreans were met by
| machine gun and small arms

fire and by shelling from
American support artillery. \

They again withdrew.

| —Reuter





was stiffening i
spokesman sa‘d.

Big Communist Army convoys
were reported moving northwards
from the main battle zone towards
Seoul to-day as American troops
Lroke out of the Defence Box in
South Korea and set up a bridge-
head across the Naktong.

nm some areas, the

Reconnaissance planes spotted
100 vehicles moving north from
Taejon towards Chonan during

the night and another big convoy
Was seen travelling from Kim-
chon towards Yongdong early to-
day.

Desp:te these apparent with-
drawals to the north, Communists
were stubbornly resisting in al
important sectors on the southern
front.

Crossed South of Waegwan

Six hundred United Nations
troops bursting out of the ‘De—
fence Box’ in South Korea storm-
«d across the Naktong River un-
der a hail of Communist fire.
A crossing was made four miles
south of the Communist strong-
hold of Waegwan, the west corner

f the defence perimeter.

Attackers gained a precariou:
toothold on the west bank of, the
river, but half an hour after the
first assault at dawn, Communist
machine gunners were still put-
ting down blanket fire to check
reinforcements.

This was the second big cross-
ing of the Naktong in 48 hours.
Troops of the United S_ates First
cava'ry div’sion now engaged
Communists west of the river.

United Nations troops are push-
ing out both the western anc
northern sides of the box in
drive linkéd with the Inchon in
vasion to the North, but resistance
vas stiffen ng in some areas.

-—Reuter.

S.Africa Stands With

Commonwealth

DURBAN. Sept. 19

Prime Minister Daniel Malan
aid here today that the people
of South Africa would ally them-
s¢ ves with the Commonwealth
and other liked-minded nations of
the world in the event of a major
war

Anti-British and isolation bogeys
are dead, he detlared. Opening
the Congress here Dr, Malan also
said that if war came, the two
white races in South Africa would
‘and solidly together for the first
time in history.

In a message to Engl’sh speaking
South Africans in this predom-
nantly Engl’sh speaking city Dr
Malan said, South African nation-
ilism however much it might
been decried as_ racial’sm
and extremism had in fact proved



ave

to be a unifying force. He said
that vhe two sections must be-
come inited not merely by
common interests but also by
—Reuter.



stent cii noth“ dss ainde tri
BOWLER



PAKISTAN (Cinderella of Empire cricket world) has sent four of her
most promising players to Gover and Sandham’s Cricket School in London,
for a two months course of intensive coaghing. All four pupils are students
paying their first visit. Photo shows: Fast bowler Khan Mohammed of
Pakistan in action at the cricket school. He is considered by experts to
be in the Trevor Bailey class and topped the averages for the combined
India-Pakistan XI which toured Ceylon recently.

Express,



Great Power Goes

To People Under
New Constitution
In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sept. 19.

BIBLE-CARRYING Labour leader Uriah Butler will
have the largest party in Trinidad’s new Legislative Coun-
cil. Six Butlerites including the leader were returned at
the election for 18 elected seats.

Butler may have one or two other adherents in tk(
House. Under the new Constitution power will be placed
largely in the people’s hands.

een Others elected were six Inde-
|pendents; two of the Caribbean
| Socialist Party, two of the Trini-
dad Labour Party, two of the
| Volitical Progress Group, the lat-
ter being a businessmen’s organi-
safion, All six Trade Union
Council candidates were defeated.

Elections were quiet; the feared
disorders not taking place. Seven
‘East Indians were among the

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this is believed to be an Empire
record,

In the new House of 26 mem-
bers the Government will have
a bloc of eight consisting of five

Collection 73.34 |/elected. Ashford Sinanan, a suc-
Advocate Co., Lid. |cessful Butlerite aged 27, Is
See ee 59) | Tiinidad’s youngest legislator
the Staft and Pupils 0: ever, His brother Mitra Sinanan,

Gute Schone we 500 |,@ Butlerite was also elected,

N. B. C. Boyce 600 || OF the 141 candidates 95 have
relays Bank (D.C. & 0.) ‘ forfeited deposits of $120.00 each: |
K. Hawkins 5.00 |
|



. Kall q to be nominated by Governor
Rains Rance and three officials.
No Extreme Mcasures
AHMEDABAD, India, Sept. 19 It is believed that these witt
Seven people were killed anCj elected moderates will prevent
others injured when heavy rains|the passage of any extreme
srought down houses in North-| measures. The elections were
ern Gujerat in the West of Cen-] very peaceful: in the words of
tral India according to reports| the Police Chief Colonel Eric
reaching here. Beadon “surprisingly peaceful”.

Mr, James of Tobago declare«!
himself that it is not known
whether Butler will have a_ bloc
of seven, but it is likely that
James will support Butler. A

@ On page 8

Three of the deaths occurred it
Jotana village where 200 houses
voliapsed and four in Kalol town-
ship where 24 inches of rain fell
in 4% hours

—Reuter.



Russian Wants China’s
Representatives Thrown
Out of U.N. Assembly

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 19.
THE UNITED NATIONS General Assemb'y met for
ite fifth Annual Session to-night and immediately plunged
into the controversial question of Chinese representation.
Sir Benegal Rau (India) introduced a resolution as
soon as the Chairman had opened the session calling for

he decision on who was to represent China. par
goons Foreign Minister Andrei He termed the present pounce
Vyshinsky then jumped up and} ‘the political equivalent, te i
challenged the right of Nationalist | tary action which oe arene
China to sit in the Assembly and | Forces are carrying ou o Ke 1, oe
asked it to throw out Chiang Kai “Men will hang upon the wor ls
Shek’s representatives we sveak here Yet experience
. ; will have taught them that mere
words are a cruel mockery, while
men are dying for the sake of
peace and the United Nations
We have the right to expect
more, much more than words. Not
by what we say, but by what we
do, here shall their anxiety be al-
layed and their faith restored.”

Philippine Foreign Minister |
Carlos Romulo, the outgoing |
President, opened the session. in
the great grey and biue hall here. |
Secretary of State Acheson, Brit-
ish Foreign Secretary Bevin and
French Foreign Minister Schuman

were all present

Romulo opening the session said The present session is the “po-
“Mere words” were not enough | litical equivalent of the military
when “men were dying for the |action which the United Nations
sake of peace and the United Na- | forces are carrying out in Korea
tions.’ —Reuter



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M.P. Priest
Sued For
£1,500

FOR SITTING AND
VOTING

LONDON, Sept. 19
An ordinary British voter has
served a writ claiming £1,500 trom
® politician for sitting and voting
in Parliament. The politician the

Reverend James. Godirey -Mac
Manuaway is the Conservative
member for West Belfast

Since the last General Election
jus position has been in doubt
because of a last century act dis-
qualifying Church of Englanc
parsons from becoming members
of Parliament

Mac Manaway announced that
ihe writ had been served on him
by London Consulting Engineer
Fied McGhee on grounds that a
person ineligible to be an M.P. can

pe sued by a common informer
fcr £500 for every day he sits
cr votes in Parliament

Under British Law a common

informer suing anyone he claims
has infringed the state law is
entitled to any damages awarded
by the Court.

Mac Manaway who voted in
Parliament’s debate on the Schu-

man plan recently, said that he
would vote again tonight in the
crucial debate over steel nation-
al ion





IT shall vote even if the heavens
fall,” he told reporters. He said
that he would defend the action
brought against him.

—Reuter

Turkey
Refused
Membership

Of Atlantic Pact Council

LONDON, Sept. 19
The Atlantic Pact Council has
cejected Turkey's application for
full membership in the North At-
lantic Alliance, usually reliable!
sources said here today, |
The reason is that most members
of the Council are unwilling to
stretch the obligations of the pact |
iuring the present international
crisis }
Failing full membership, the;
Gouncil is understqod ‘here to}
have proposed that Turkey—and
also Greece—should maintain con-
tinuous contact with the military
chiefs of the Atlantic pact powers |
concerned in the defence of the!
Mediterranean '
In practice, the countries most}
concerned will be Britain ,France |
Iialy and the United States
—Reuter.

Increase Defences |
Says Juliana

HAGUE, Sept, 19.
Juliana of the Nether-

a speech opening
Parliament here teday told the
Duich ‘hat they would have to
inerease ‘heir defences, carry the
prerent burden of taxes for some }
time possibly accept more |
drastic measures, Speaking |
irom the Throne the Queen de-
clared that the great sacrifices
or defence again being demand-
ed of Holland so soon afver the
Second World War ard the con





|



Quee
lands in



and



flict in Indonesia caused grea

| anxiety. Reuter

} , ’ .

| French Garrison

| ‘

| Captured

SAIGON, Sepu 19.

The French Army here officia
y anncuneed today that th

pyrens sutpost of Dong Khe
ear the border of Communi
China fell yesterday to stroni
forces of Indo China's Vietmini
Pussian recognised Governmen
The heavily outnumbere:

French garrison resisted gallant

ly jor two days the announcemen,
added. A French Army spokesma
here sa'd that the fall of Dou
Khe about 85 miles nor‘n <
flanci was presumed after a day
long radio silence
The fate of the garrison wh‘
‘might have numbered sever
hundred wa nknown i
spokesman ccdded,
Keuter .



¥ , ’ °

Sydney Strike
Ends
SYDNEY, Sept. 19

dockers-strike which h
the port) of Sydney
Thursday ended tod
when workers started cleari>!
cne harbour of 70 ship

The men decided
meeting yesterday sume work

The dispute starte, when ove
7,000 Sydney waterfront men re
fused to work al the svepen
of dockers engaged on
These had Aemanded
pay for eizht hours though it wa
fownd wu! would = enc
three hours e: 1 Plannec
The docker employer
had taker the

job

The
perralysed
simce last

at a mas

to re

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ship

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help for

—Reuter

aid

LONDON, Sept. 19

WINSTON CHURCHILL tonight failed by six
votes to topple the Labour Government over
the nationalisation of steel.
Parliament rejected by 306 votes against 300
his motion branding the Government’s motion %o-

wards state ownership

of the industry as an act

splitting the nation during a period of danger.
If the Government had lost, it would have
meant its downfall and an immediate general

election.
Members from nursing

homes and hospitals, rushed to

Parliament in taxis and private cars to record their vital
votes. Shouts of joy from the Labour benehes gveeied the
result which meant that barring accidents, Prime Min-
ister Attlee’s Government will survive until next year at

U.K. Gives
£50,000
To Antigua

For Hurricane Relief

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 19,

The first consignment of food
ered clothing for the relief of vic—
tims of the Leeward Islands’ hur-
ricane storms will leave London
sirport on Thursday by a B.O.A.C,
Constellation Similar consign
meats will leave each Monday
ind Thursday thereafter for a
veriod of three weeks
| The value of goods will total
some £2,000 and is part of the
relief scheme for which H.M
Government has voted £50,000
The B.O.A.C.’s mission of mer-
ey flights will take these food and
clothing parcels to Kingston, Ja-
maica from which they will be
; ‘own to Antigua by West Indian
Airways, a B.O.A.C. subsidiary
; Packages which are designed to
issist four to five thousand vie
tims will contain dried milk, meat
xtract, soup. chocolote. oatmeal
is well as clothing

Of a tota! grant voted by H.M
Government it is learned that
hout £5,000 will be devoted to
the rebuilding of wattle houses
£30,000 for the rebuilding of
wood and stone hoyses; £5.000
for renting premises and buying
office equipment to take the place
«{ “he burned out Leewerds Fed-
eral Secretartat.





Adams Unable To

Attend Talks

Dr, H. G. Cummins, Deputy
eader of the House of Assembly

informed the Howse yesterday
thet Mr. G. H. Adams has written
» letter stating that he would

be unable to go vo New Zealand
to attend the Empire Parliamen
tary Conference in October

Mr. Adams had some time ago
been appointed by both House
of ‘he Legislature as the Barba-
dos delegate at the Conferenc>

Lr, Commins said that he had
communicated with the President
a ths Other Place and bods
Hicuses of the Legis'ature will





meet on Tuerday next to elec. a

Gelegaie in place of Mr. Adams |

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“THE

It Is The Opening Of
BARBADOS
FIRST CHINESE RESTAURANT

Conservative Leader Winston
Churchill had launched his ali-
out attempt to unseat the Gov-
ernment by declaring that the

nationalisation of steel would in-
terfere with the nation’s rearma-
Before crowded

ment effort a
Parliament he charged Prime
Minister Clement Attlee’s admin-

istration with “secretly preparing
a new and deadly blow at national
unity.”

Time of Danger

This he said came at a moment
when Conservatives and Liberals
had pledged themselves to support
the Government's defence pro-
gramme in a time of “possibly
mortal dangers.”

Churchill said that the action of
Prime Minister Clement Attlee in
taking such a step would be
sternly judged by the nation and
by history

The Government, he declared,
was picking out for fundamental
disturbance “one great basic in-
dustry which of all others deserved
the prize for its efficiency.”

Churchill said that the Prime
Minister had not only fomented
national discord for. party. pur-

poses, but was placing an obstacle
in the whole steel organisation
which might be very serious inva
swift re-equipment of defence
services, He announced that if the
Conservatives won back power,
they would repeal the Steel Na-
tionalisation Act whether or not
the steel industry had already
been taken over

Missed Schuman’s Talks

Conservatives, Churchill con-
tinued, still thought that Britain
could “perfectly well have taken
part in,the Schuman Plan talks in
Parise If there were a misunder<
standing—-she could break off at
any moment.”

He added: “It would have been
en advantage not only to Europe
but to our own steel industry to
have been present at the meetings
on a project which carried with it
many hopes for ending the
Franco-German quarrels which
have wrecked Europe in our life-
time.”

Churchill, whose speech was in-
terrupted many times by critical
comments from Labour benches
said: “The small number of Com-
munists in our midst cannot at
present injure our defence effort
so mich as steel nationalisation—



jt! is act of party sabotage.

Churchill praised the Trades

ier Con;yress’ Plan to bring tha
steel ‘ndustry under a central au-
thoritv of ernployers, workers and
Goverrment representatives

Tf tre Conservatives got back to

} power they would set up a central

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Walker follows up his Geordie— ormer RAF p'lot Douglas

well received last month—with] 22>€r, whose first novel. The

guest at Powell Spring Hotel, Rabin, 7.45 p.m. The Contemporary Eng-







a . Slender Thread, is out to-day.
Bros, in Georgetown anq is spend- “There is a rumour going Bathsheba. She expects to return te py Oe an Baber was shot down over Bel- non “Grit hatlone mepott 830 pe
ing his long leave here. around that the shot-down ) Trinidad on Sunday. cut by Christmas - gium in 1941, spent the rest of | Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From The Editorials, | \f}
Opening Ice Cream Plant Soviet bomber had peace- ¢ To Si L 5 the war behind barbed wire, His}? ®-™. Music From Grand Hotel, 030 (il
R. PETER VALACH pledge signature markings oes lo sierra Leone @The Forsytes—Soames, Jolyon,}novel has already been bought by |News, 10.10 Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Here’s
Bt “ACHOS, a ven aied R. Allan Chalmers Smith,| {rene and the rest — are to be| American publishers: Hollywood | Howard, 10.45’ p.m. Balance of ‘Europe,
feck an row residing in who was born at Paget, Ber-| portrayed by ex-Slade student|has asked for photostat copy of }')° >" Eom ae
cg yo ia minds’ sa” Caeaee grecea| Seta ee attecneaD GAME! "Ans ton autbact Si atta ee ee
» pa a ‘ vis ) . * muda and a xford, practise iross in a new -paged edition Anca the author? estar
Canada and returned on Saturday pent Holidays With law in Bermuda, became a Police of The Forsyte Bags. . work to-day in the .office of his 112-Degree
morning by T.C.A. Children Magistrate in Bermuda in 1928| As methodical in his hobby as|Londun publisher.
Mr. Valachos went up to see é Sb ond later promoted a Puisne Judge] in his desk work is London busi— —LES. Temperature PROGRAMME
about equipment and machinery ac a STEELE whose jn Trinidad, has now been elevat- LONDON.
for an ice cream plant which he husband is a book store ed from the rank of Puisne Judge eevee ae cay a
proposes to open up shortly. proprietor in Caracas, Venezuela, of the Gold Coast to that of ‘One The British Medical Journal re- MERLE’S MOOD Medium Bounce
Will Settle Here Swi ey, nt ation of Carre Lean, Me aap CRYPTOQU Here’s how to work it: porte Tak,’ 5 Sea STAR DUST — Lincoln Grant (Sax.)

s . c s Sir ie-Smi ‘ald h t rature of 112.5
R. E. S. Massiah who has been ag Sage ceds Sir John Lucie-Smith, the Malaya had a tempe

“THE ROT SHOTS”

ae a Mrs. Steele came over here a retiring Chief Justice. AXYDLBAAXR -~and lived. FOO ~ Javery (Vocalist
j residing an Poe cor ee month ago to spend part of the Teach Vv is LONGFELLOW The man 67, rather smaseies, sasha ME RARE REE )
past year practising his profes- summer vacation with her thre eacher Visiti se t to the doctor to complain o' _
sion, arrived here yesterday children Gladys, LR a Phe ae isiting One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used wen d C’EST SI BON — Rod Clavery

. ys Jocelyn and R. F. . -
morning by the “Lady Rodney”. David who were “ pte omens eg

stomach pains. He was operated
» attending school

on and given a transfusion.
During this his temperature

scared. It went beyond the 110-

degree top marking... The ooh

was then measured and ch
LK MTZVTPZO T PKHHZO KQ E DFO with three readings in five minutes.

for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints,
Each day the code letters are different,

er and Principal of the George

He expects to settle in Barbados at the Ursuline Convent, She has Washington High School, San

Intransit just put David into School at the Juan, ‘Trinidad, arri
R. D. MCBRIDE, Chairman of Lodge and has taken back with dos yesterday see wouduping ts
George F. Huggins & Co, her, her little daughter Mary Ann, st. Lucia, He feaves for hom2

Ltd. of Port-of-Spain and Chair- Who is very popular at the Aquatic over the week-end,
man of the Trinidad Publishing Club. Mr. Pierre

LEMON DROP — Bop Tune

SAMBA TIME _
A Cryptogram Quotation

BEWITCHED — Rod Clavery

; by who is keenly in- —X TB: It went midway between 112 and WHAT'S MY NAME — Rod Clavery
Co., Ltd., arrived here yesterday _ Mrs. Steele’s mother Who WS jerestea in education, has award— 87L FKH ROLOBMOR HK RDO—XTB 113. Normal temperature is 98.4.
morning on the “Lady Rodney” here for quite a longer period, 4 4 scholarship to elementary HDTZ ‘The patient, whose name was NEGRO DANCES Ne ae
from Trinidad intransit for Mon- also returned to Venezuela on .

school boys in St. Lucia and

not revealed, improved and after
Trinidad, and plans to dé the same

Cryptoquote: LOVE IS COMMENCED AT THE te’ days was walking about.
MIND'S BIDDING, BUT IS NOT CAST OFF BY IT—PUBLILIUS —LN:S.
SYRUS.

treal where he is going on a busi- Monday. They were all = of
oo ne oe wee accompanied Aunt Pat a Marshall at thing in Barbados and Antigua!
y Teanga For Trinidad Holiday

r ames Returning For Xmas FTER spending about five

R. CLYDE M. STEELE of 8 days holiday here, Mrs.

and her two Doris Slinger of Grenada left

children of Caracas, Vene- over the week-end by B.W.1.A

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cas, Venezuela, arrived on Sunday COMING SOON |!



Y “RIDING HIGH”
by B.W.LA, for two weeks holi- » 1614 will be returning home to- for Trinidad for a further stay Robert Louis —s Sing cnoeet Wi
day and is staying at the Hastings 7... by B.W.LA. after spending before returning home, She is Steveanen’s TOMORROW one : UGHS
Hotel. 3) weeks here aS guests at the the wife of the Manager of the “KIDNAPPED” 5 and 830 P.M DUE SOOM!
Back To Canada N.arine Hotel. She expects to be Santa Maria Hotel. bea cy a nate cree and 8. .M. ‘
R. H. J. CHAPMAN of the back in December with her hus- Mrs, Slinger was a guest at the by rubbing chest
Traffic Sales Department of band to spend Christmas. Ocean View Hotel. PLAZA THEA a RE and throat Qprement Ar bor

T-C.A,, Vancouver and Miss Paula |—— er ee : eS
Arsenault, T.C.A. Hostess of Van-





couver, British Columbia, returned QUIZ CROSSWORD—No. 2 BRIDGETO wn attack ane Ce
to Montreal on Saturday by T.C.A, AcROES - Ket, on ntinuing M.G.M. BIG DOUBLE
aft spendin week’s holiday. \ " * : ’ ; ; — ey :
They ea sang at the Ocean f un leader ea Pde Pd 23 WARNER'S Ate High Action Thriller ici 20th Century-Fox Walace BEERY
r was lost in ’ au Marjorie MAY
View Hotel “é j
‘ - sa the Hamp- James Oliver RIVER S END Presents .
rae ow ga “ Which (9) CURWOOD’S IN
overnmen coration was “ ‘6 ”
ISS NUREEN BASANTA who roseeed oy It's The Grand Story of the Famous Canadian Mounted Police ace Sinead as THE BLACK BIG JACK
went to School at the Ursu- Sorie.1n 1866 ? Featuring - - - : te
line Convent and is now working} g, What ts the Dennis MORGAN ROS AND :
with the Government of Trinidad, term for ones CASUARINA CLUB BATHING BEAUTY’
Spent a month's holiday at Abbe- wf h ‘
ville Guest House and returned on eanno v be SPECIAL MATINEE TOMORROW (Thurs.) — 2 P.M. BERTIE HAYWARD’S Starring : ba Phetintietione
Monday by B.W.LA. Ion Monogram’s Exciting Musical-Action Double ! ! !
Miss Basanta originally came to] yg, (fp?) urnea ? i 8 merge ORCHESTRA Tyrone POWER

Orson WELLES Rster WILLIAMS

Cecile AUBRY
Jack HAWKINS Rad SEBLTON

spend two weeks but so well did (3)
she enjoy them, that she was| 1% What person
forced to remain for two more. for all debts

Will Tell His Friends Reyasecertae

i : an 13. What trees
YING his‘ first visit to Bar imported

Johnny — BROWN Jimmy WAKELY in STEAKS and SNACKS

At Any Hour
Dinner Reservations—8496





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“
fs re oo oe o be from pospan OPENING FRIDAY 22nd At 2.20 & 830 PM, _{\\ | Q@PPPSSSSSSOSOUSOSONS oS? RO xK W QuUARTENTS”
astings otel is r. Edward are I oe Y
, : f Washi
Cones. a scerChamt of Bolivar oy ton, D.G.?(0) Anna NEAGLE and Michael WILDING in POLICE BAND ‘To-day and To-morrow, caomrinich tesa -

state, Venezuela. ° no was 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.

He told Carib that he likes the married to, ” (6) q. Not a newspaper, but a world 0 W MP
island with its nice beaches and] 17, What provisee oF treland Bas newe-aathering organisation ¢ “4 SPRING IN PARK LANE ” CONCERT Republic Big Double L rc
sea-bathing and will certainly Ray tS name tO an overcoat ")11, Who composed the “Er! King”? % Conducted by William HENRY Last Two Shows To-day,
encourage his friends to come here} 20, Where in 1776 did Cotone! Stl 40) oi: aca! + anew ea ies % AISON, 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.
for their holiday as Soon as he} 4, Ufs" Qmposed “'Hule. Britan-| background of the Arabian | 5 Ce eee Linda STIRLING 20th Century-Fox
returns home, nia”? (4) Nights ? (7) OPPO SOE TO ASSSSOSSS SSF SEO OOPS SOOFSCOODOD By kind permission of Double... .

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ennis ayers : 24. Who played the role of the diately preceding Palm Sunday ? Col. R. T. Michelin Dana ANDREWS
R. SIDNEY FLOOK, auditor : ‘Mercy “Widow * murderer OF) te ot anid. ondine AT “THE MYSTERIOUS ' Richard CONTE
of Fitz Patrick Graham, Trin- a scabies ? (4) AQUATIC
25. What ts the gait of a quadrupe h i arupe (4) THE BARBADOS AQ
ee. sees. home on Sunday by in which each, diagonal alr of 18; mene’ A poten ss a edanane | CLUB MR VALENTINE ”
after spendin, two legs is alternately mover h 4 : EN

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and Mrs. Walter Marshall at 1. What modern mascara ingre-|@1- The ——— ands fapsdon ine The Governor and Mrs. Savage Only) AND
Aquatic Gardens, dient was also used py Ancient}, What is the familiar term for SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2th, “HBART OF VIRGINIA"

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Port-of-Spain who came with him 6) Bacall; 17. Ambergris: 19. Reunion a MA:

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will be staying on for a further 4. A pane in the neck? (4) By ck ths, esesarat 08 Brokont 5 4 seasmantaeaingl as 20 us Robert LOWERY M O'HARA
holiday. They are both ardent 6. What was the early name for alCatskill; “6. Dirigible; 12. Charles: 14 20.9. meet




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Preparing |Harbour Log|*â„¢ CARTHDEAN MEDICAL CENTRE) Dog;

New YMCA
Grounds

IGHT MEN AND TWO BOYS
_ were hard at work yesterday
felling and clearing trees which
have grown on the land behind
Union Lodge, Pinfold Street. This
a which has an area of over
ree acres. has been it
the Y.M.C.A. to ona pie
grounds for members. T

It is believed that it will take
about three months before the
levelling process can be started.
When the land is levelled there
will be cricket and football fields,
lawn tennis courts and net ball
pitches

The billiard table which was on
the top floor of the old building
is now under the sleeping quarters
of the Union Lodge and three
table tennis boards are placed in
the shed at the back of the Lodge.
There is also a Scout room in the
shed which is now undergoing
repairs and being fitted with
flyorescent lighting.

Mr. H. H. Williams told the
Advocate yesterday that Union
Lodge which is the new headquar-
ters of the Y.M.C.A. will eventual-
v be altered and extended on to

e playing fields so that there will
be ample room for all the boys. He
thinks that the building and lay-
out when finished will be ideal.

HE MUSICAL sections of the

Bridgetown Central and Wel-
lington Street Corps of the Salva-
tion Army will give a “Service
of Songs” at the weekly United
Holiness Meeting in the Bridge-
town Central Hall, Reed Street,
on Thursday September 21 at
8 p.m.

Items will be given by the Sen-
for Songsters, Young People’s
Singing Companies, Youth Groups
and Corps Cadets. There will be
a Commissioning of Senior Song-
sters. The Divisional Commander,
Major A. E. Moffett will preside.

ICTOR JEMMOTT of Country

Road, St. Michael was put

on a bond for one month by His

Worship Mr. E, A. McLeod yes-

terday for using indecent language
on Tudor Street.

The offence was committed on
September 19.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.50 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.57 p.m.
Moon (Full) September 26.
Lighting; 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 12.40 p.m.
YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .02 ins.

‘Total for month to yesterday:
3.82 ims.

Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F

Temperature (Min.) 74.5°F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.

Wind Velocity 12 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.994
(3 p.m.) 29.902.



A Free GIVING up all hopes
.of finding a gold signet ring
which he lost since August 31,
1949, in his yard, Egbert Addison
of Airy Hill, St. George, was sur-
prised when he killed one of his



fowls on Sunday and found the
Ting in the fowl’s crop. He knew
the ring was his by the initials
E. L. A. which it bore on the inner
sulface.





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women use the same beauty care. They use
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In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch. Belqueen,
Sch. Burma D., Sch, Lucille M. Smith,
Sch. “yelorama O., Sch. Gloria jetta,
Seh. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. W. L
Bunicia, Sch. Phyllis Mark, M.V. Lady
Patricia, 8,8. Alcoa Pioneer, Sch. Philip
H. Davidson, Sch. Emeline, Sch, Laudal~
pha, Sch. Lochinvar §., Sch, Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. Emanuel C. Gordon,
Sch. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Gardenia W.
Sch. W. L. Eunicia,

ARRIVALS
Schooner Lucille M. Smith, 74 tons net.
Capt. Hassell, from British Guiana.
S.S.. Lady Rodney, 4,907 tons net,
Capt..Le Blanc, from St. Vincent

Schooner rtac, 59 tons net, Cape.
Davis, from’ Breish Guiana.
DEPARTURES

Sehoonjer FYances W. Smith, 74 tons

net, Capt. Hassel, for British Guiana.
S.S. Alcoa Pioneer, 4,015 tons net,
Capt. Mullelly, for St. Vincent

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Stations

=~ Cablé and Wirel@ss (W.1) Lid, advise

at they can now commiinicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Stations—

S.S. Neredide, 8.8. Mormacyork , H.M.S.
Sparrow, S.S. Canadian Cruiser, 58.5.
African Planet, S.8. Loreto, S.S. Bayano,
S.S. Falcon, S.S. Seabreeze, 5.5. Gas-
cogne, S.S. Alcoa Pioneer, S.S, Rangi-
tiki, S.S. S. Monica, S.S. S. Sofia, 8.8.
Hersilia, S.S. Capitaine Paul Lemerie,
S.S. Alcoa Corsair, $.S, Sagittaire, S.S.
Domosthenes, S.S. A. Mitchell Palmer,
S.S. Vampa, S.S. Agatha, S.S. Sheridan,
S.S. Georgios F, Andreadis, S.S. Path
Finder, S.S. Agamemnon, 8.8, America,
S.S. Bralanta, S.S. Nidardal, S.S. P. and
T. Trader, SS. Gulf Meadow, 8.8.
Chwennau, S.S. Loide Haiti, S.S. Bac-
chus, S.S. Fort Royal, S.S. Tachira, S.S.
Gulfkey, S.S. Salamis, S.S. Estero, S.S,
Marpess, S,S. Lugano, S.S. Ragnhildbro-
evig, S.S. David Rittenhouse, S.S. Ciudad
De Maracaibo, S.S. Hurworth, 8.8. Den-
tonia Park, S.S. Archimedd, S.S, Tug
Dragon, S.S. Patuca, S.S, Mormackite,
S.S. Regent Leopard, S.S. Alcoa Pilgrim
P. and T. Seafarer, S.8. S. Teresa, S,S,
Stugard,

Seawell

ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.L

From TRINIDAD:
James Stanley, Lilian Volney, Yvonne
Clauzel, Peter Farah, Jacques Cramer,

Norman Cramer, Elfriede Templer, Jim
Merry, John Merry Judith Baker, Eliza-
beth Baker, Marjorie Baker, Charles
Turpin, Richard Morton, John Masson,
Michael Rodriguez, . Marian Archer,
David Archer, James Cameron, Adan
Richards, Charles Fisher, Gaston Alkins.
ty Wilfred — Wilson, sae
Day y, Sonia Rodrigues,
Camille Anne driguez, Miss Ann
Boveil, Peter O’Connor, Patricia
OcC’onner, David Tucker, Miss Janette
Bucnanan, Marlene Fulton, Ann_ Joa
Fulton, Vivian De Verteyil, Miss Betty
Carr, Vincent Collter, in Barnardo,
Prian Bayne, Micha@l Bayne, Anthony
Ferguson, Joan Kringler, Jacqueline
Baker, Peggy Gooding, Elizabeth
Gooding. -
From ANTIGUA:;:
Edward Hutson, David Cooke, Mary
Cooke, Evelyn Cooke, John Griffin,
Harley Moseley.

DEPARTURES — BY B.W.LA.L.
For ST. LUCIA:

John Humphrey, Michael Humphrey,
Pamela Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell,
David Devaux, Joseph Devaux, John
Sneaton.

For TRINIDAD:

Emmanuel Fraites, Carmen Tosta,
Hector Tosta, Alberto Bustamante, Eva
Nustamante, Samuel Ashby Clas Massey,
Mr. Hall, Joseph Reid, Kenneth Waitge,
Joyce Archer, William Archer, T. A.
Springer, John Law, Rita Basanta, Regin-
ald Johnsor.

For GRENADA:

Knolly Robinson, Norman
George Phillips, Kathleen Lang.
For La GUAIRA:

Mrs. Elena Steel, Miss Mary Steele,
Mrs. Mercedes Planchart, Mr. Maurice
Jones, Mr. Cataline Heurtematte, gir

Juan Imery, Mr. Jose Fuentes, Mrs.
Maria

Fuentes,, TS, je. Alvargtz.
Mr Victor Alvaike, Mrs iiaba. Imery,
Mr. Ramon Imery, Mr. Carl Antonia,
Mrs. Julia Young, Mr. Fernando Trujilfo,
Mrs. Elza Trujillo, Mr. Reuben Bello,
Mr. James Coén, Mrs. Anita Coen

Wrong Again

GODALMING, Englana
Former Sergeant-Major J. W.
Chitty, opened an official envelope
to find that he had been recalled
to the colours.

Bonas,



Chitty was ready. He pinned
on his Distinguished Conduct
Medal and his five campaign

ribbons, all from the Boer War.

Then he read the official letter
again. The 73-year-old veteran
discovered that it. was addressed
to the wrong man.—LN,S.



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THE CARIBBEAN MEDICAL CENTRE, inaugurated during the war to

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For
Living
By C.V.R. Thompson

NEW YORK.
Dr. Norbert Wiener, one of
America’s back-room boys, pre-
dicted today that another world
war would bring robots instead
vof men and women to the factory
‘bench.

by He said the automactic factory

‘is siready a possibility. And the
only reason we do not have them
yet is that there is no real neces-
sity.

But Dr. Wiener argued that a
new war would create that neces-
sity, because millions more men
would be needed for the fighting
fronts and for occupation purposes.

Under such pressure, he said, we
could convert at least half our in-
dustry to robots within three years,

What he calls “the second in-
dustrial revolution” will come any-
way, he thinks, within about 20
years. And he is disturbed that
nothing has been done to make
mankind ready for it.

“Unless it is to be disastrous,” he
says, “the great electronic revolu-
ticn must be coupled with a great
educational programme to prepare
men for living—which we hardly

protect the health of the Armed Forces based on the islands, has been —4o now.”

continued as a health service to the public.
Caribbean Medical Centre are in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and the service
is extended to the British and the American territories in the Caribbean.
The picture shows Mr. Woo and Mr. A. Lee Yuen examining some of the
hundreds of blood slides which pass through the laboratories every day...



Tourist Week Planned To
Make Citizens Better Hosts

By J. C. GRAHAM.
AUCKLAND, N.Z. |

The government plans to hold
a national tourist week ip. October |
to t its citizens to ve better
hosts and to underline the need
for a more friendly spirit toward
visitors. The week will mark the
beginning of a major drive to
build up the tourist trade into

one of New Zealand’s biggest
industries. ren

The government believes New
Zealand’s travel attractions can
enormously expand the numb
of visitors from overseas, especial-
ly from the United States and
Canada, and make the tourist
traffic a big factor in closing New
Zealand’s dollar gap.

It certainly has amazing natural
material to work on. From the
sub-tropical kauri and fern for-!
ests of the north to the mountains
of the southern Alps, New
Zealand packs a great variety of
scenic wonders into a small space,

It has flords that rival those of
Norway, volcanoes, geyers, and
roaring blowholes, glaciers that
reach almost to sea level, some
of the world’s finest trout and big
game fishing, fine skiing in the

erican off-season, scores of
magnificent surf beaches
picturesque Maori villages.

and

Overseas Publicity

The government has embarked!



on a publicity campaign in the
United States and Canada, and!
at home is concentrating on im-)|
proving the standard of facilities)
for visitors.

In consultation wit! private;
interests, it is seeking to improve}
the appointments and service at
hotels to bring them to North
American _ standards, Fishing}
lodges are being refurnished and
re-equipped. Many tourist houses
have been granted liquor licenses
for the first time.—(C.P.)

MRS. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, Jr.,
charming young New Yorker, is one of the many
society beauties who use Pond’s, You w con't finda
finer cream anywhere than Pond's Cold Cream,”
says Mrs. Vanderbilt. ‘It leaves the skin feeling
especially soft and sniooth and clear — brings up @
becoming glow of colour in the cheeks”

————



Express.

Jet-men’s School
Reopens In New
Surroundings

Britain’s most exclusive school
—for jet engineers—is reopening
next month at Farnborough
Hants.

It has been moved from Lutter+
worth, Leicestershire, home of thé
jet engine, where Air Commodore
sir F-ank Whittle and his team

of ex, rts designed the earliest
turbines.
Known as the School of Gas

Turbine Technology, it was start-
ed by Power Jets in 1944 to train
men of the Dominion air forces.

When it reopens it will run
courses on the use of jets in
airplanes, locomotives, road ve-

hicles, ships, power stations and
other uses,
International Course
“The school has a very wide
range of gas turbine equipment,
including test houses and a jet
aircraft on which practical ground

instruction is given.” said an
official.
“On every course actual jet

engines are handled by students
themselves.”
Four different types of courses
will be run at the school, includ-
ing an international course for
experts from other countries.

—L.E.S.
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OPINION: Said the Cincinnati
Enquirer of the “austerity pro-
sramme” for which President
Truman asked last night: ‘“Ameri-
cans must make the choice of
tightening their belts or running
the risk of losing their pants.”

* * *

BOYCOTT: Bartenders said to-
day that they can no longer sell
bottles of lager brewed in Czecho-
slovakia.

PREDICTION : President Tru-
man is expected to fire his Defence

Secretary, Louis Johnson, who has

been made made a scapegoat for

Korea, before the November elec-

tions, But he will insist on Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson, an-
other scapegoat, staying on.

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Improvements to technical arrangements,
alterations to existing machinery, and the new
installations will ensure increased efficiency.
The layout of the engine room has also been
changed resulting in saving of space, and this
has been utilized for refrigerating machinery
and the ship can now carry

Although essentially a passenger liner a
certain amount of freight is carried, and to
facilitate loading a modern, electrically con-
trolled, loading system has been introduced,
in consequence of which many winches and
derricks have been dispensed with.

Green Chariges
To Blue
On The Foreign Stamp

There will be fewer siades
of green in British postal stamps

when the foreign letter rate is
increased from 3d. to 4d. on
October 1,

The colour of the 4d. stamp

will become light blue instead
of lake green.

The change in colour is being
made to conform with the regu-

lations of the Universal Postal
Convention, to which most
countries subscribe.

A GPO official = explained
that the stamp used for foreign
postage, whether 2'4d. or 34d.
has always been blue, so that it
can be readily seen that the

letter is for q foreign country.
This will be the complete ser es
when the change of colour of the
4d. stamp has been made: ‘4d.,
pale green; Id., pale scarlet; Ltd,
pale red-brown; 2d., pale orange;
2‘ed,, light ultramarine; 3d., pale

violet; 4d., pale blue; 5d., red-
brown; 6d., purple; 7d., yellow;
8d., violet-red; 9d. leaf green;
10d., azure blue; I1d., brownish-
purple; Is., amber; 2s. 6d., pale
green; 5s., red; 10s., light blue;
£1. red-brown,
—L.E.S.



Wasting Time

SHAFTESBURY, England.
The rector of St. Peter’s church,
Shattesbury, H. H, Coley, has
placed the following notice above
the collection boxes

“Notice to Thieves. You will
find nothing of value in these
boxes, They are emptied daily.”

—ILN.S

FORCES : General Mark Clark,
chief of America’s ground forces,
promised today that army recruits
will now be ready “for the most
brutal kind of warfare” after six
months of training.

WEATHER ; Dr. Vincent Schatfl-

er, the first scientist to produce

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PAGE FOUR
BARBADOS gb ADVOCATE

Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad St. Bridgetown.
nn a _—
Wednesday, September 20, 1950

CAR PARKS

THE motoring public has done much by
way of co-operation with the transport
Authority and the Police to give the new
traffic regulations a fair trial. It is time that
they received a bonus of better parking
facilities in the City.

A timely suggestion came from Mr.
A. del. Inniss at the Chamber of Com-
merce recently that parking space was in-
adequate to accommodate the number of
vehicles in Bridgetown. The view is widely
shared by most motorists and there is
urgent need for a remedy

It appears that much of the space now

prohibited on some of the streets could be
used for parking without any detriment to
traffic. At present a limited space alloted
on certain streets is occupied by private
owners who arrive in the City at an early
hour and whose cars remain there for the
day.
. cial car parks are nearly filled by 9
a.m. daily and on Friday “park where you
can” is the only advice that can be given or
taken. In proportion to the room made
available for private cars, the space
alloted to taxis seems excessive. There is
one stand in Trafalgar Square, another in
Broad Street which might be easy util-
ised by private cars. It is a simple matter
for taxi cars to be called by telephone
from any spot outside the City; and the
release of taxi space would relieve the
private motorist.

An excellent suggestion has been made
that the space available at the Bay Street
end of the Chamberlain Bridge might be
chiefly utilised as a parking space for taxis.
Here they would be available for those
who come to the island by steamer and
pass through the Baggage Warehouse; here
too they would be within call of anyone
who alighted from “buses in the Probyn
Street stand and wanted their service.

The argument has been raised that taxi
cars pay the same or even greater rates and
are entitled to parking space as well as
private vehicles. The suggested changes
-would in no way deprive them of their
rights. Cars in a garage a short distance
away from Broad Street can as easily be
summoned for hire by telephone as cars in
Lower Broad Street. Taxis lined up be-
tween the Chamberlain and the Victoria
Bridges in Fairchild Street are almost

“ within Trafalgar Square.

‘Bridgetown must be the only city in the

world where parking lots in the hub of the
city are provided for cars plying for hire.
It is not so long that ’buses were provided
with a public garage in Trafalgar Square
and after much public protest it was aban-
doned. Now it is time to abandon public
parking spaces in the hub of the city for
hired cars.
' But space provided by banishment of
taxis will still be inadequate. What is re-
quired is an overall plan which will chan-
nel traffic in certain directions and thereby
free more side streets for use as car parks.
It took a long time to institute the system
of one way traffic in Trafalgar Square. It
need not take so long to extend it further
in Bridgetown.







SILENT ZONE

THE introduction of one-way traffic in
Trafalgar Square has eliminated noise so
much that it is doubtful whether there is
any further need for a Silent Zone.

The existence of this silent zone has un-
doubtedly led many motorists to drive less
on their horn than they had been accus-
jttomed to do. It was a lesson that the Bar-
badian public needed, since over-reliance
on horns inevitably leads to accidents.
.-But now that wheeled traffic flows
smoothly through Trafalgar Square and
only the pedestrian is a menace to safety,
would it not be in the interest of the pedes-
trian’s safety to allow the motorist to
“blow” his way through instead of com-
pelling him to slow down and stop in an
area where movement of vehicles is essen-
tial to the successful operation of a “one-
way” traffic system?



ness knows,

Our Headers Say:



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



The Half Million Bogey

Hy

| HAVE hoped that each article
om the public utilities
my iast on that subject, but

| comes someth

would be
Hong
ng like the letter i
| the Advocate of September 17th
which in this case makes me feel
I must reply if only to defend my
reputation for economic sanity. It
; Says that the conversion of the
| electric plant to steam turbines
| would cost half a million pounds.
Assuming the estimate is correct.
I'cannot emphasise too strongly
that nothing of the sort has evei
been suggested by me or anyone
else so far as I know.

The sound and logical course is
to carry out the conversion gradu-
by installing steam turbines
one at a time, instead of buying
more Diesel engines, as the plant

| is increased in size to provide for

the growing demand for electric-
ity in the island. It is my belief
that it would have heen sound
policy to instal the first turbine
about 18 or 20 years ago, in which
case the conversion would prob-

| ably be complete by now, with the
| best of the old Diesel units held
ia reserve for peak loads or un-

usual conditions, in line with good
| egineering practice. I have never
| advocated scrapping good machin-
} ery before it. was worn out or
| obsolescent

The next best thing would have

| been to instal one or tivo turbines

| since the

war ended, instead of

| the four relatively small Diesel

sets that have been bought in that
time. Since that was not done the

| problem is certainly complicated,

'
;
i
:
;

j any

but surely the fact that the boat
has been missed for the past 20
years or so, does not mean that
we must go on missing it forever.

It is reasonable to assume that
20 years from now the plant will
be two or three times its present
size, perhaps even larger, and the
prospect of such a plant full of
Diesel engines is extremely un-
Satisfactory to me as an Engineer
with some experience of thes:
things

The gradual conversion would
mean having both steam and Dies-

| el engines in operation for a period

of years
condition.

There is however no serious
obstacle to the scheme and it does
mot mean duplication of staff or
major additional expense in
Operation. I am firmly convinced
that it would be better than per-
petuation of a mistaken policy
; indefinitely.

Then take the statement that
| Diesel engines have superior fuel
| economy, which by itself is a most

and this is not an ideal

| misleading one, being fairly de-

how
countries depefident on her, would A. No.
Q. Who seems to be the best



while the latter are much more
reliable. Another advantage which
is important though often over-
looked by laymen, is that turbines

can be obtained in larger sizes,
much more suitable for the local
plant at its present stage of de-

velopment

I feel I must also refute the
Suggestion that my views are
unduly influenced by Canadian
experience, as the truth is that my
knowledge has been gained by



the people of Barbados...
writer of the letter implies that i

public
whether they are actual custom
ers of the gas, or telephone o:
electric companies, and this shoulc
be obvious without further argu-
ment,

~ , .

R. E. SMYTHIES M.E.LC.
scribed as a quafter-truth. They smoothly that we mica: be hard-
use, much greater quantities of ly conscious.of the Boara’s exist
lubricating oil, which i also epee assumifg that the prope
costly, and over a term of years spirit.of co-operation is displaye
need far more repairs, so that by all concerned, including utility
the net total cost will probably companies The alternative is
be much the same as turbines

g° on as beforejsntirely in th
hands of Directors in England in
these vitally important matters
and having ne voice in the
policies followed here, which is
decidedly not as it should be
Their intentions may be of th«
best, but past history leaves some
doubt as to their judgment o
what is best for us.

I do not admit that the Boar
will of necessity be a “.....*...
ponderous ad expensive estab
lishment........% It shquld not
be anything of the sort, and this
seems like an effort to inven
imaginary difficulties





In fact I teel justified in sayin
that the various objections raise:
in the letter referred to, exis
largely in the imagination of th
writer.

Because I have referred to “...
tie



am a demago and my dic |
tionary defines fe word as, ‘:

speaker using artful or deceitfu

means’, to which I also plead
guilty.” Everyone in the islanc
is affected by the operation of the
utilities, regardless o



With no utilities we should

have practically no tourists an

first-hand experience in many
countries and with all the differ-
ent systems that are in use. I have
always been keenly interested in
the generation and distribution of
electricity and the rates charged
for it, which vary amazingly for
no sound economic or technical
reason.

The fact that some years ago a
rate of 10d. per unit was paid in
Cornwall is merely a reflection of
the chaotic condition that has ex-
isted in Britain since electricity
was first introduced, and which
is apparently not yet straightened
out.

It is not for me to comment
on the availability of men suitable
to serve as members of the pro-
posed Board, as I have only been
here about your years. I can only
Say that Some Barbadian ac-
quaintances who ought to be well
informed do not seem to anticipate
any serious difficulty.

In actual experience the whole
arrangement should work so

few settlers, and the general level
of efficiency of much of the work
carried on in the island would be
measurably lower, and_ thé
standard of living along with it

I am not gofmg on the basis
that I must try to have the last
word in this argument, but when
Statements are made which are so
wide of the mark as the story
of the half million pounds, or the
superior economy of Diesel
engines, I feel urged to point out
the, technical fallacies that are
being propagated. Naturally
everyone is welcome to join in
the fight, but by all means let us
stick to the facts; it is better so

In an earlier article I made a
plea for no more red herrings t
be drawn across the trail; this one
ends with a request that no more
bogeys be dangled, because this
fabulous sum of a half million
pounds is a bogey with no more
substance to it than those things
are traditionally supposed to have



One More Success For
The Plastic Surgeon

Hy Chapman Pincher

AN astonishing case of plastic
surgery in which 17 bones of a
girl's face were deliberately sev-
ered and then repositioned to
make her better looking has just
been reported by British surgeons
| —seven years after they perform-
ed the operation,

The surgeons, 68-year-old Sir
Harold Gillies and Mr. Stewart
Harrison, withheld the news of
their achievement until they were
satisfied that their treatment
would be permanent. The girl is
now a pleasant-looking, 21-year—
old nurse.

Before the operation the girl’s
upper jaw was.set so far back
;tha* her lips almost touched her
crooked nose, Her eyes pro-
truded in a way that made her
look permanently startled. The
roof of her mouth was so sharply
arched that she could not speak
properly.

7 . _* *

The surgeons rated her case 4s
so pitiful that they decided to re-
model the whole face,

Working in an operating theatre
at Park Prewett Hospital, near
Pasingstoke, Hants, they first
broke the bones of her nose and
reshaped them. Then they cut
right through the front part of
the skull behind the eyes, severed
the cheek-bones, broke the bones
at the base of the temples and cut
across the roof of the mouth.
|
| This entirely freed the frame-
work of the upper part of the face,
so that they could pull it forwards
{into a position which corrected
| the previous faults.

% ° *
When they were satisfied with
‘the girl’s new features they fixed
the bones in position by wires.

The girl suffered no ill-effects



many other time for steel na



be driven onto a reef; 1 reef
called bankruptcy. And that was leader in a cri
Madness ? before the civil war in Korea. A, Churchill.
Editor, the Advocate But, after all, Attlee had been Q. Will I vote
.—-My first reaction yester- assured of support from the Con- A, No.

day. morning at the headlines
about steel] nationalisation and
general elections was—Has Attlee
gone mad?

The events of the last three
months have been unnerving to
say, the least; the invasion of
South Korea and its frightening
eecations the resultant snow-

shoulder’’,

(cliches, but

courageous,
ready to

trumps in



meet

servatives, England seemed to be
“standing together”,
“backs to the wall”,

times) in an effort to be unified,

Oversimplified,
shoulder to





than have the stigma of having
this party defeated from within,

from the operation, and left the
hospital five weeks later,

When her wounds had healed
the improvement was so striking
that her parents could hardly be-
lieve she was the same person,

The girl, who since babyhood
had felt herself to be a freak, was
omg to begin a normal, satisfying
ife,

What Big Eyes

@ THE PUPILS of your eyes
gradually get smaller as you grow
old, doctors report, after measur-
ing up the pupil-width of 222
people aged 20 to 89.

Men and women in_ their
twenties had pupils 1-16th of an
inch wider, when measured in
bright light, than those in their
eighties. In the dark the young
folks’ pupils were 1-10th of an
inch wider.

This change must cut down the
amount of light reaching the eye’s
light-sensitive screen. So it may
be an important cause of the dim-
ming vision of old age.

Home. Please

@ LOBSTERS fitted with plastic
identity tags, then dropped into
deep water far from home have
found their way back to the very
coastal crannies where inquisitive
scientists captured them. How
they did it is the latest natural-
history mystery.

“eer. - C- \

Even when taken two miles out
to sea off Bermuda, where the
water is 1,500 feet deep, the
lobsters got back home. They
must do more to locate their
home-ground than just leg it
back with the incoming tide be-
cause they return just as surely

Neen ne nn nn UNE NEEn

tionalisation?
Y.M.C.A. for

appeal was launc
for Labour?

yes. But rather far beyond their

the very willing

reassuring some- with increasing difficulties and
slow personal political death, had become a

resourceful, and Attlee seems to have decided on

the worst that “honourable” defeat at the polls.

could come. She always has a few Let Churchill, then, justify any I am sure the p
her hand and tricks failures. take the responsibility

should like to place on record our
thanks to the personnel of the
their “
3? and sustained help. Though the still dependent
iid hed through the
.M.C.A., the hel iven by Cap- - ‘
‘ein Williams “mn this Staff was ing aid from

work. His able organization and
his Staff materially simplified what

thanks to the genérosity of the
people of Barbados.

will always remember with grati-

when dropped in some rock pool
further down the same coast.

.
Out Of Habit
@ BUTCHERS have told Food
Ministry officials that, unless the
quality and quantity of family
meat rations are improved soon,
the British people may get out of
the meat-eating habit altogether.
Few growing children

they warn. And, as with all

other food preferences, a liking

for meat is an acquired taste.

Let's Stay

@ A QUIZ of 1,005 old patients

in a Birmingham hospital has

shown that about 50 per cent. of

them do not want to leave when
the doctors pronounce them fit.
Some have no homes to go to

The rest prefer the comfort, care,

and companionship of the hospital
ward.

Why They Grow

@ FROM the remarkably rapid
growth of the baby bluewhale
Scientists deduced that its mother
must feed it on exceptionally rich
milk compared with cow’s milk,
which has a fat-content of about
four per cent.

But actual analysis of blue-
whale’s milk has surprised them
It contains 33 per cent. of butter-
fat.

With Compliments

@ PRESENT for Beachcomber:
Scientists have calculated that Ai
all the people in London were tc
speak at once, the total power they
would generate would be just
about enough to light a 60-watt

= theatre plays and motion pictures. a VY
amp. ,
—L.E.S. LN.S. WEETABIX HERRINGS in Tins
GRAPE NUTS KIPPERS in Tins
CEREBOS SALT BLACK PEPPER
PEARL BARLEY in Tins PURE VINEGAR
unemployed. Can you imagine debts and look the other fellow FIGS BISTO GRAVY POWDER

what it is to be
spontaneous grown up,

for the very

normal routine :
of whom have tr

give their childr

co-operation of §
tion.

strenuous task,

I made a mistake

There are ma
whose shoe soles
whose shirts are

eople of Antigua

have
ever bitten into a good steak, or
fed off a first-class family joint,



ambitious and
on your
necessities of life?
Yes I know many are still receiv-
poor mothers who
can searcely afford it, and many

By the way, I think it is a
Labour Government in power not
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ahs 5 : n melting off their . ;
wards wartime economy; up her sleeve” is how I used to of deciding whether to go OM tide the prompt aid given by the : ‘ Bs j. SIR,—Although not a motorist
the oe eave loss in the very feel about England in war or at trading with Russia, which will YMCA. 5g eel ager Pagan or cyclist, I have great sympathy 5-tb Tin PASTEURISED
near future (the result of a war- cricket. But if Labour's own be condemned in the event of Yours truly, who are still trying to keep their With these; first the speed fines
time economy,) of all England backbone, the T.U.C, does not war, and not doing so which, in HELEN RAE. :coi¢-respect and pride, whilst they “re too heavy, then speed is a CHEESE — $3.25
and-the sterling area have man- support her cause, who will? And: the event of continuance of peace, . h ‘age eee business place with modern word and if we are to be
ged to achieve since the end of Attlee had not decided as the will be branded “in restraint of Desperate Youths pen a ae ty ‘t protected by vehicles crawling Per Tin
the ie dt oP gH a gc pr pg ee Aa The Editor, The Advocate, GNU Gad will weacide, besense or g business will suffer, Why
4 2 ly. I downfall of his government and England does go bankrupt a —I am young man in my Ne se, res iad Whi re +e ani sj ede Se dba seQcse sab ass Raa vf :
Am Ia a bea gf | immediate General Elections by take the responsibility of war and ,. ot t sation , seat with H@ already has. Yes He provides, don’t the directors of traffic, take RAISINS 16c. per Ib
feel som: pe A sing in Parli t that hi 's brains and. entrails ©@™y ‘W' » : but He doesn’t distribute, He cer- a general survey of the island’s
the brains, courage, know-how announcing in arliament that he England’s brains | anc health and strength, of good in- tainly isn’t responsible for this. roads { see where widening
and what you like, of a man like intended to go ahead with steel spewed into the gutter. telligence and versatility, I have ayo. jo utero eensible f ee rene ee i . a
Attlee, I would feel cowed at the nationalisation. Am I a pessimist? I hope so. some education besides elemen- las oe nee rae ae so orn ake place ant pe SHARP’S TOFFEES J & R BREAD & CAKES
', > aneimmiat? i : 4 n ‘ ¢ bi s roy 7 pe us ‘hance, the w ; at could give t e r Pir
thepignt of to pene ane 2 cea a ee ne robably I hope to God that 13m YN. tary, I have ambition and hoped A Btdnne ae re tine Atkin tt Ske pmketia hs this pone CARR'S SWEET BISCUITS CROWN DRINKS
l week, he an 8 8 ré ett ens : "for the future and a willingness ]¢ jsn't : a > tad sh f eae .
§ by Attlee has decided to lose : isn't. and the good of Barbados. Those
fre TU. a! wae Titrenans Ge nevi Weatities: hich ‘he te ee Tt ee een We want work, we can’t provide who love the island should not PLAYER'S CIGARETTES TOP NOTCH RUM
UC. some 8,000... iD tae dali Saoa. ‘aUy.: ANKel 4s Anti. T . fications, I have recognised that jt for ourselves, but ou ry ex- mind doing something for its
Ne ee ee ter ie eomnailtider te Antigua Thanks there is nothing in Barbados for jstence depeade on ie and wise ent and Confort Te time {|% PLAYER'S TOBACCO GOLD BRAID RUM
Staff, ei trioke baa fried for a the chaos which he believes is The Editor, the Acnaree Vv me to do with my youth and not just so much talk, it is one survey, do not think of whe lives ae aie
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Lf en ‘4 oe mee paral “= ee 1 r, I personall would tary ‘Workers ‘who have helped . T a Ro isolated case, there are Cae rete = ad raueioner: 7 apis " a + eit but tow yi Order Voday from GODDARD 's
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artial think on line like thesc n packing and despatching goods dozens in a similar position n want the op; ty to create n e
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1950

$4,199.70 Asked

To Send

Speaker To Britain

To Altend Opening of Parliament

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY after a long discussion |

passed yesterday an Address to the Governor asking him
to send down a Resolution for $4,199.70 to cover expenses
of a visit of His Honour the Speaker of the House to
England representing Barbados at the opening of the new
Chamber of the House of Commons. ~ ;
Mrs. Husbands, the Speaker’s wife, will accompany
him.
The Address reads as follows: Mr. Walcott (L) said that no one
anne House of oe he — peers _ = “ e eoual
e honour to inform Your Ex-]ourable embers 0} e Hous
cellency that the Speaker of the] believed that the people who sent
House of Commons and His Ma-]out the invitation were going to
jesty’s Government in the United] Pay any of the expenses.
Kingdom have again honoured] The Honourable G. B. Evelyn,
this ancient Assembly and the late Speaker of the House of As-
Island of Barbados by extending|s¢mbly, was invited to the Empire
an invitation to His Honour the|Parliamentary Association Con-
Speaker and Mrs. Husbands to] ference. Who paid the money? he
ow ~~ eeu Sea Piece og Oe was not invited alone.
e new chamber o ie * er .
of Parliaments” on the 26th Oc- ee ee ae oe ae
tober next. 4 e m§ n
The House would place on re-|°Pening ceremony. In footing the
cord its profound sense of appre- ee of the Speaker, the
ciation of this honour, and hum- heart Tite not creating a prece-
bly request Your Excellency to one ; ogee the West Indies,
send to this House*a Resolution] delegates had been sent out and
for the sum of $4,199.70 to cover bi ous allowances by
the incidental expenses relative He ae ee ee ssinad day
to the representation of this an- iain potee rs ra. ~, ae
yo gg ona once Honourable Member for St. Philip
The House also invite Your Was that the all
Excellency on the eve of the cere-| oith. “Don't gen Ge henttee
mony vo forward to the Speaker England to be merely a spectacle,”
of the House of Commons, a tele- he sala ’
gram expressing their apprecia- Z
tion of this historic occasion, and sae Mottley (E) said that when

the goodwill of the people of Sekt uae tae weer Thumeor tha

Barbados, Ss ai i
a, rs peaker said it too—that tho
woe recommended is as passage pace would ua by
WS: 4 ose who sent the invitation. He
Passages and: Travelling $2.00] Was the member of the House who

Parliamentary Gown

Clothing Allowance é

Allowance to Mr. & Mrs. Hus-
bands for 29 days at $22.50
per day .

144.00} Moved that the House bring down
360.00) a resolution to aid the Speaker’s

expenses.
652.50{ It was not true that the last
94,180.70 Speaker who was sent out to rep-
————.|resent Barbados was sent out by

Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) in mov-]the House of Assembly.
ing the passing of the Address], He felt that some of the mem-!
said that the Government was re-|bers of the House were caught
sponsible for the transportation to]>Y surprise when they read the
and from London of the Speaker|Tesolution quoting such big
and his wife, figures.

Provision of $144.00 was made]. Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said
for a wig which he said was worn| that he was told that delegations
by almost every Speaker in the|8°ng abroad before were given
British Commonwealth. Trinidad] 4 clothing allowance, but that
had just concluded their elections, WaS news to him. He felt that
and the Speaker there would be| the sum could be reduced to



wearing a wig. $3,850. ‘
He agreed with everything
Wig Necessary that the Honourable Senior Mem-
He felt that the House could] ber for the City said. Yet, he
do no less than to grant the| did not agree with a discussion

like that taking place in the ears

2 i it
Speaker a wig to be worn on tha of the public.

historic occasion and be in line
with other Parliaments of the Wants Vote Cut
British Empire. There was also] A discussion like that was noi
the need for a new gown as the] Suited for the House. Members
present one worn by the Speaker should have gone into the lobby
was not in good condition, With] and tried to settle it privately
regard to clothing allowance, he] there. However, if the opposi-
said that the Speaker and his wife| tion thought that the sum of
would be arriving in England in} â„¢oney was too much, they had
October when it would be very| every Tight to oppose it. .
cold and would consequently need The Speaker was not going
some warm clothing for the oc-| ‘to, England to represent Ses
casion, hence the amount suggest- self but was going to represen
ed in the Address. them all. It was their duty
Dr. Cummins said that dele-| to see that he was a oe
gates of the various West Indian peeve They Bm scgeen ee
islands had ee ee “4 No Secipiont “of the va could
arrived at certain ures an mired :
larg for the sake of| have felt good receiving it under

uniformity which they had re- mee ee the Sugay
commended to their Governments.| najagation had clothing allow-
Those recommendations were ex~ une ae that was without the
clusive of hotel expenses and the knowledge of his side of the
travelling delegaves would be

~ table. He felt it was a_ novel
Tr the minimum of $15.00) iqeq to furnish warm clothing for
a day.
had

Th recommendations g delegate and moved lia
ose 3

eA a ¢ the sum be reduced to $3,850.

been accept and some o ¥

figures were incorporated in the] Mr. Mapp (L) said that the
Address before them. The] Hon’ble Senior Mem er for St.
Speaker was to be allowed $15,00|James head made statements,
a day and his wife half that which as an experienced parlia-
amount. mentarian he would not have

tt (L nded.| made had he not been guided by
Me 5 Me Wibtetien “ED said| prejudice and preconceived ideas.

that he was glad to see that the
British Government had recog-
nised the House of Assembly of
Barbados by inviting the Speaker
end his wife to attend the open-
ing of their new Parliament

The wig that the Speaker
would be supplied with would
be the property of the House,
When the Speakers of other
colonies appeared at the cere-
mony in proper wigs and gowns,

how would Barbados feel with

their Speaker in an old and |

tattered wig and gown?

There was precedent for what
they were doing, said Mr. Mapp,
and referred to a Resolution
passed by the House to send mem-
bers of the Labour Department
and a Police Officer to England
for a course of training. Included
in that Resolution was an allow-
ance for warm clothing. And that
had been at a time when Britain
was much warmer than it would
be at the opening of the new
Chamber.

There was no use quibbling.

building.

He appreciated that the Speak-
er should be provided with funds
in order that he would be able
to maintain the dignity of his
office, but they must not be ac-
cused of being over generous.
Since the Address had been cir-
culated, there had been quite a
lot of erivicism concerning the
expenses incurred for allowance
of $22.50 a day for the Speaker
and his wife. He was wondering.
whether they were not too liberal
with regard to the four items
ynentioned — wig, parliamentary

gown, clovhing allowance and al- They either wanted the Speaker to
lowance to the Speaker and his) 4, O, they did not want him to
wile, . ed | 8°: If they wanted him to go,
Mr, Wilkinson then moves) they should grant him every cour-
seconded by Mr. E. K, Walcott) tesy and facility that his Office
that the House go into Committee} gecserved,
on the Address and vais Was Te-|" Mr, Dp, D, Garner (C) agreed
solved in the affirmative by a 10) snot they either wanted him to go
to 6 division. ; or they did not want him to, and
Mr. Crawford (C) said that) he agreed too that if he went, he
when the invitation from th} and his wife should go in a proper
House of Commons was accepted,| manner For that reason he would
he was of the opinion vYhat the] yote for the Address.
local Government was called Upon) personally, however, he did not
a certain amount of the; think the invitation should have

to pay 7
eam of the Speaker ard his! peen accepted at all, In fact, his
wife on the tour, He would| view was that the sooner they

never have agreed to the accept-| broke away from ali British tradi-
ance if he knew the Gevernmen! tion, which meant nothing any-
was ecalied upon to foot the Dbilll how, the better off they would be.
travelling. ; A Warship
He could not see why the! I¢ the British Government really
Government had accepted the} wanted the West Indian Colonies
avilation when it was of DO) 14 be represented they could have
penetiy to the colony. The) easily sent a warship around and
sending of a delegaie from! coljected the representatives. Until
Barbados was merely a gesture.! they broke away from all that cus-
The question was, whether or/tom and tradition the whole world
not the Government would b@|would make a laughing stock of
justified in putting their hands] them,
into the Treasury to spend money
for a mere gesture. He did not
see the point of spending $144 on
a wig and $144 on a gown which
were only to be worn one day. He
was not prepared to agree with
anything more than the travelling
and subsistence allowances. He





any reduction, He would vote for.
all, or for none.

Mr. M. E, Cox (L) said he was
sorry the debate had not reached
a higher level

He referred to a_ Resolution
which the House had discussed.

He was not going to vote for j

even felt the subsistence allowance
extremely generous.

The Government had sent out
delegates to live on £4 a day,
but was then making an allowance
of $22.50 a day for the Speaker
and his wife. He was not going
to vote for money that could have
been better used for the
of the people of Barbados. It was
1 waste of public funds. He moved
that the resolution be reduced by
$648

and which had provided money
for delegates going to the Monte-
go Bay Conference. On that occa-





}Conference and ibe sending of the
officers for the course in England
were not comparable with the case
being discussed. In the first cise
the amount of allowance was on
the basis of paying one’s own
hotel fees, and in the second case
the money was found by C. D. &

W. which was a charitable organi- |

sation and which had money to
spend.

He agreed that it was regretta-
ble that they had to discuss the
matter in public.
pear to be censuring, which was
just what one did not want to do.
But when you ‘were fighting a
question of principle, you had to
take a stand no matter how much
you disliked doing it.

Mr. Cox said that C.D. & W's
money was not spent just like
that. Government was caretaker
of it, and the House approved the
spending. But on the occasion of
sending the officers for the course
no member had challenged the
clothing allowance, although they
could have challenged it if they

wanted to. <
\

Mr. E. L. Ward (E) also ex-
pressed regret at the turn the dis-
cussion had taken, and he too ex-
pressed the view that it should
have been first discussed privately
by members of the various parties
so as to find out what the views
of members would be.

He admitted that when he
first came into the House that
day he had not been in favour of

They might ap- |







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

AIR MAIL RATES
REVISED

The House of Assembly yester

| day passed a Resolution whichsis

,a revision of the air mail postage
} on letters, post cards and au



letver forms, addressed to many
| outside destinations as fre
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| October 1 \dvocate yesterday by six

j} The Colonial Postmaster rept

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| curing the pas’ six months im ¢ho

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} is necessary if the present reven-

dudge Chenery said Ut
thinks the result of the election
is contrary to the recognised idea
of a good Party Government,
and is more like the antics of the
French Chamber, He said that it
is the opinion of political theorists

he

conseque ont




ve frem that source is to be/that there should be no more
| naintained. than two or three parties.
| The most important changes “The result does

not indicate
any clear pre-eminence for any
party, and there will be grouping
along the lines which one associ-

| W hich would be made are as fol-
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Butler’s Win Was |
A Surprise

OPINIONS of the Trinidad Elections were given th

ates more with the French politi- |

PAGE FIVE



“IT’S SUCH A

RELIEF TO HAVE

NO TROUBLE

WITH TEETHING...”

local people.



lor Him to secure q seat for him Try giving your baby Ashton &

me, but for no one else of hi Parsons Infants’ Powders, which are

party %\ wonderfull i hing
‘ y soothing at tee

| A druggist called the politica: vail These Povdetensees taste

setup of Trinidad during the i

a easy motions, promote restful sleep,



, present elections “an experiment.”

, It was a matter of “divide ana = : (es apd are qhectutely RATS!
jrule,” he said, but there were
/too many divisions for anything ASHTON & PARSONS
to be done

In order to make progress
there must be long term plan-

and the part.cular party in
power must take time to carry

INFANTS’ POWDERS



38 cents. ral parties ; } out their programme with rx
_ Canada, United States of Amer- Thess eae tts evened | hanouaintibes. ‘How ean they be we nk ne na ae Mae
oo 18 cents to 20 cents. no party is in power. There was| long term planning with so many ae
an Honduras from 8 cents to] no ideological difference and ths} = \ ene n Bon Trinidad AGAIN IN STOCK ...
a eople ave scide >} egisiature e as .
Jamaica from 8 cents to 12 cents 25 Gait pee ee | He thinks that the elections in
Reductions: Sol an ~ Died we Trin dad will have some effect on
Australia from $1.20 to 96 cents vous —- & 1088 | the elections in Barbados in 1951
British Guiana from 8 cents to 6 oe E. D. Mottiey said that in} Tyinidad had 141 candidates
cents, a Solomon, a good and useful/ standing for election but he was
Canal Zone from 24 cents to 20|â„¢2" is lost to Trinidad public] of the op nion that Barbados ( H O W
cents. fe ep will have about twice as many
Dutch West Indies from 16 cents : As : is eae - ae! one has|“Then, we will also be getting
to 12 cents. © wait and see how the parties| various people coming out and ANIMAL PO " ,
Frencn West Indies from 18] Will get ae. Butler might] leading a party of their own,” he S & ULIRY =
cents to 8 cents. join up with fhe minority or the] said. ) BUTORS
Leeward Islands from 8 cents to] dependents might do so. A lady stenographer was not H DISTRI ;
6 cents. Mr. Mottiey said he was sur-|'n the least interested in what Jason Jones & Co. Ltd

Trinidad from 8 cents to 6 cents. } prised that Butler had gained six

Windward Islands from & cents}Seats in the Legislative Council,
to 6 cents. but from his following ot the
Trinidad newspapers, he was



quite certain that Roy Joseph and
Albert Gomes would have retain-}
ed their seats.

The result of the elections how~|
ever confirmed

What An M.P.
Wants To Know

his ini at
the amount contained n the the le in tha Weal trdine ancl
Address. He felt that if the Mr. O. T. Allder tabled tha dil indi ae = cee
British Government invited His | following questions at yesterday’s © aki _ “Tt ve hit ena oe |
Honour the Speaker it was the | meeting of the House of Assembly speaking, They have to like the

British Government’s duty to
get him there. Simply paying his
hotel bill was not enough.

He felt however that the amount
should be granted. In his opinion
it would be a source of pride to
j0loured West Indians in England
to see their colonies’ representa-
tives walking among others of the
Empire as men among men.

While that was so, he would

not agree to the making of such above, does not conform to
requests in such a_ haphazard modern methods of Prison Re-
way in future. It was undigni- forms? |
fied. @ Will the Government consider
F : the advisability of supplying |

Mr. Crawford speaking again this Department with motor-

zrgued that when a poor colony
like Barbados could spend vnat
amount to send a representative
to England, it would appear to
Great Britain that the colony
was really not as badly off as it
claimed to be. He was speaking
on principle, and had no desire!

leader of a “articular party to
@ Is it true that prisoners are| back the party’s members.
compelled (a) to cart block-| ..,

stones from Codrington ;

quarry to Glendairy?

(b) To cart stores from
Bridgetown to the Prison? |



@ Is the yovernment aware
that the present of
carting by re-
ferred to in questions A & B

method
man-power,





— transport for the purpose |
ore i
(a) Transporting block-stones |

from Codrington quarry? |
(b) Stores from Bridgetown |

to the prison, and, |
(c) The transportation *



London Express Serojce.

prisoners generally?



to cast any reflection on the gilding A Bridgetown parochial em-
Speaker, ah i vloyee expressed surprise that
Winding up the debate Dr. Official Reporter , Butler’s party had gained six
Cummins (L) said that, it was a seats and said that he believes

question of warm clothing.

When the last Sugar Delegation
went to England, certain colonies
provided their representatives
with warm clothing or an aHow-
ance for them, The Trinidad
delegates told him that they were
given warm clothing. The same
allowance was given in the case
of the Antigua and St. Kitts
delegates.

Subsequently delegates got to-
gether and made recommenda-
tions to their Governments to the
effect that delegates going to Eng-
lang should be provided . with
money to buy warm clothing. The
Speakyr and his wife were going
to England and would need warm
clothing.

As long as he was a member of
the Government he would always
recommend warm clothing. It
was up to the members whether
or not they wanted the Speaker
to go.

In The House
Yesterday

When the House of Assembly met yes-
terday, Dr. Cummins laid the Report of
the Harbour and Shipping Department for
the year 1949.



The following Notices were given

Mr. Mottley: A Bill to amend the Ves-
try Act 1911 (1911-5), and a Bill to amend
the Poor Relief Act, 1892-—2

Mr. Allder tabled a question relative to
the carting of stones by prisoners from
Codrington to Glendairy,

The House passed the following:

A Resolution to place the sum of $3,805
at the disposal of the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee to supplement the Estim-
ates 1950-51, Part Il, Capital, as shown
in the Supplementary Estimates 1950—51,
No, 20, which form the Schedule to this
Resolution

A Resolution to authorise the Govern-
ment to enter into an_agreement with
a person to serve in the Barbados General
Hospital in the office of Anaesthetist,

A Resolution to fix, with effect from
the Ist October, 1950, the air mail
postage on letters, postcards and air

letter forms addressed to any destija-

tion ce out in column one of (ne
Schedule hereto, at the rate set out
immediately opposite such ‘estination

in column two of the said schedule.



A Bill to authorise the Ve.‘'y of Saint
Andrew to borrow a stim not excepd-
ing £1,000 for completing the new foot
of the parish Church and for ther
matters.

A Bill to incorporate The Synagogue
Burial Grounds Committee,

The House adjourned until October 3
at 3 p.m



New Jewellery
Store Soor

During the war years Mr. Al-
fonso B. De Lima cf Trin'dad
organised the first Carnival Dance
ever held in Barbados.

Now he has veturned to open
a modern jewellery store in
Broad Street which he told the
“Advocate” yesterday, will be
staffed and managed entirely by
: Barbadians. sf

Mr. De Lima is Managing Di-
-|\rector of the Trinidad Jewellery
and Loan Co. Ltd., which he
described as the oldest jewellery
store of that island. He is also
director of Alfonso B. De Lima &|
Co., Jewellers of Trinidad. He is|
a jeweller of 39 years’ experience. |

Mr, De Lima said that the Store|
he is opening in Barbados will be}

the Official Reporter of the Legis- A clerk said that he was not
lative Council Mr, C. B. Rock,! 4 ardent follower of politics in
three months’ leave before he re- | Trinidad, but after reading

signs on December 15, and which
asks for a provision of adequate
pension
the House of Assembly yesterday,

Address, Mr. Crawford (C), said
that Mr. Rock had given faithful
service
he had no doubt they would wish
it to go on record that they appre-
ciated his services to the colony

the working of the Government
will be somewhat of a medley
with so many parties

Asks For Leave

AN Address which seeks to give

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the reports appearing in leading
papers of the West Indies, he
was led to think that Butler had
a small following among the in
telligent people of Trinidad
One never thought that Butler
would have got such support for
he was absent from Trin dac
politics for a long time and mans
of his followers were ignorant ol
hi$ whereabouts. He was looking

for him, was passed by

In moving the passing of the

to the Government and

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was the outcome of the elections
in Trinidad.

She read the article on the
elections appearing in yesterday's
issue of the Advocate and said:
“IT am not even interested in
politics in Barbados, far less in
Trinidad,”

yy Voge

TAXES UPPED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Sept. 19.

New taxation was announced in
Jamaica today imposing heavy
duties on luxury items such as
motor cars, ardios. gramophones,
jeweflery, textile goods and in-
creasing inland and foreign post-
age.

In some cases the duties were
doubled and sometimes trebled
Aiming at raising $2,000,000, the
new duties have followed the con-
trol by the Government of dry
good prices and were said to be
necessary by the Government to
meet the new Civil Service salary
rate.

The regrading of Civil Service
salaries fell much below expecta-
tions but in any event it will cost
the Government $2,000,000 per
annum while a million and a half
pounds will be spent immediately
on a project to provide work.

P.N.P. opposition have moved a
vote of no-confidence against the
Government today over the eon-
trol of dry good prices claimin
it will mean that the public wil
be called on to shoulder an addi-
tional burden of one million and a
half pounds a year?

Jamaica’s Labour Party Leader,
Bustamante, said today on com-
menting on Trinidad's elections:
‘lL think that Uriah Butler has
done well and am glad that Gomes,
Tang and Joseph won, I think
they are all able men,

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1956

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508





DIED



SMALL — ESTELLE; at her residence,
Howeil's Cross Road,

on, Sunday night.
Late wife of James A, Small, (Ex Fire
Brigade). The body was interred at St.
Barnabas the following evening.

Children: P.C. 248 Small, Cuthben
Smail (U.S.A.), P.C. Cyril) Smal, (St.
Lucia), Mrs. Ruby Prescod, Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn Best.

Grandchildren & Son-in-law Mr. Julius
Best, Evelyn Prescod (Aunt of Sargeant
K. Inniss). 20.9.50—in

GILES — Ann Beresford — At her late
yesterday after-

jeave her late
for the





; eveLyN TALMA.





WE the undersigned take this oppor-
tunity of thanking all those who 50
kindly sent flowers, attended the funera
and in any other way expressed their
sympathy in our recent bereavement.

& EMULY FIELD

20.9.50—1n



IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our Dear Mother
Mrs. ANNA MATILDA GOODRIDGE,
who fell asleep on September 20, 1941.

Sleep on beloved your work is o'er

Your loving hands will toil no more

For those you loved, you did wour best,

God grant you His eternal rest.

Ever to be remembered by her loving
children and grand children

20.9.50—1n,





IN memory of MOSELLE HACKETT
(nee Phillips) who passed away at New
York on September 20, 1946.

The only links death cannot sever,

Are love and memory;

They live forever,

Love’s last gilt,

Remembrance.

Rawlin Hackett (Husband), Carl and
Allan (Sons}, Lisle and Oswald Phillips



(Brothers), May, Elise and Iva Phillips
(Sisters) .
New York Papers please copy

20.9.50—In

In loving memory of “our beloved

mother and grandmother MRS. ADORA

Mec NICOL who fell asleep on September
20th, 1947



Her pleasant ways ani smiling face,

Were a pleasure to recal}

She had a kindly word for each

And died beloved by all

However long our lives may last

Whatever lands we view

Whatever joy or grief be ours,

We'll always think of you.

Mrs. Edna Edwards (daughter), Agatha
Edwards (grand-daughter), Neta Rollins

(niece). 20,9.50—1n



FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine
in perfect order. New battery, 4 new |



tyres. No reasonable offer refused.
Apply J. H. N. Jemmott, Good Intent,
St. George. 20.9.50—4n.





DODGE CAR—M--161, Offers in writing
to the Secretary, Barbados Telephone
Ca., Ltd. 16.9 50—6n.

TRUCK—Ford V8 Truck in good work-
ing order. Offers in writing to the Secre-
tary, Barbados Telephone Co., Ltd.

16 9 50—6n

TRUCK & CAR-—-One 1936 model
Chevrolet truck, récently overhauled and
painted and One 8-H.P. Ford Car.
Both going very reasonable. Apply V-
Bynoe, Kew Rad. 19.9.50—Zn

ELECTRICAL

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REFRIGERATOR—One (1) Super-fex
Oil burning Refrigerator in good condi-









tion immediate delivery. Apply Miss
Massiah Taitt’s Plantation, St. James.
Phone 91-30. 17.9.50— ,f£.n.

WASHING MACHINE—One (1) Cana-
dian Eaay Spindrier with Automatic
Spin-rinser, this Machine is new, Apply
W. B. Hutchinson & Co. Dial 4464.
17.9.50—t.f.n.



POULTRY

tenets lrnerh eet)
TURKEYS—Seven white half grown
Turkeys for breeding pan For par-





ticulars Dial 8462. 9.50,—3n,
LIVESTOCK
PUPPIES—Bull Mastiff. One male

and 3 females, excellent breeding. Call
Mrs. K. D. Edwards. 4145
20.9,.50—2n
MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
coe ant Ring 4038. Sherbourne, Two
le Hill,

St, Michael.
20.9.50—Sn

MECHANICAL
enppnnininil
BICYCLE—Practically new Raleigh
Bicycle, 3 Speed. Phone 8496 5—6.30
p.m. 20.9.50—In.

One hand operated BACON SLICING
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co.,
Ltd., Whitepark. 13.9.50—t.f.n,

PUMP—One \% h.p. Pressure Pump
Automatic 20—40 lbs. In good order.
PS ag J. Lamming, c/o Manning & Co.

Electrical Dept. 20.9.50—2n







MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES — Of



eveny description
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto-
graphs etc. at Gorringés Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.
3.9.50—t.f.n,

Fresh Stocks of SEROCALCIN for the

prevention and treatment of COLDS.

COLLINS LIMITED.
19,9.50—T7n.

itn

GALVANISED SHEETS—24 gauge. In
7, 8 9 and 10 feet lengths. Enquire
AUTO TYRE COMPANY, _ Trafalgar
Street. Phone 2696. 15.9.50—t.f.n.

PRAM—Large twin pram with fold-
ing hood. Apply Mrs. L. A, Williams.
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IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised piping.
Also Mill, 10 tt. Fan, ft. Tower, 2%

inch Pump and large tank, Ring 4038
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St,
Michael. 20.9,.50—3n,



ROAD MAPS—You can now get these
from KNIGHT'S PHOENIX.
20.9.50—2n



PHOTO ALBUMS—Preserve your snap-
shots by sticking them in an Album.
We have the Albums and the Corners
as well, KNIGHT'S PHOENIX.

20.9.50—2n



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC SALES |®0R0vUGH OF SAN FERNANDO



AUCTION

UNDER THE SILVER

BUTTER $ a ie 8
recommendations ‘ds Agents,
We will sell at our Mart = Ww Hign
St. on WEDNESDAY the 20th
233 5- Tins Cooking Butter.
7 10-Ib Tins Cherries.

Sale 12.30 o'clock. Terms Cash





Post of Assistant
Town Engineer

Saeretens are invited for the
post of Assistant Town Engineer
to the Boro , San Ferna
Trinidad, B. 7
Applicants wae must be over the
age of 21, must be possessed of a
degree or diploma in Civil and/or

MOORINGS—Marine Gardens, Apart- Municipal ineeri
ng from
ments now ready for occupancy, Avpiy| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | -ecognised University, $
20.9.50—1n 19°. 50-2n The salary of the post. which is
an 1 at is $2,4 an
oo 2,880 annum w a
PUBLIC NOTICES REAL ESTATE romper War Allowance of
at thelr Pasa gee oe ee | OS colicamt wilt be
lo: » e applican juired
NOTICE eee hemes = the en ae to provide his own car tor $ which
NOTICE is hereby given that a Meet- —— _ Super Travelling Allowance of $480.00
in of pe Clerks" Division of the Carib | GANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ|Per annum is provided.
bean Se SS he held et oa, os containing together by estima-| Passage to nidad will be pro-

Lane on Thursday night Sept
at 7.30 sharp.
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
General Secretary.
19.9,50—3n.



NOTICE

re the Estate of
ALONZA —— LASHLEY

NOTICE IS HERESY: GIVEN that all} of sale

persons having any debt or claims
against the Estate of Alonza Eleazer
Lashley, deceased, — late of Cave-wood
Road, Howell's Cross Road, in the
parish of Saint Michael in this I-land
who died on the 5th day of May 1950,

— intestate, are requested to send in
particulars of their claims du\,; at-
tested to the undersigned Cliftora

Alonza Lashley also known as Ciiford
‘lonza Smith, c/o Messrs Haynes &
Griffith, No.
town, Barbados Solicitors, on or be-
fore be Bg ay of September 1950,
after whic! I shall proceed to
distribute

the assets of the deceased | Lucas on the premises

the parties entitled thereto hav-
ing regard only to ouch clatis of which
I shall then have had notice and I

will not be liable for the assets or any
part thereof so distributed to any per

son of whose debt or claim I shal) not | eral Hospital,

then have had notice.
And all persons indebted to the said

estate are requested to settle their said

indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 28th day of July, 1950.
CLIFFORD ALONZA LASHLE
also known as Clifford Alonza Smith

Qualified ‘tor

ed.
1.8.50—4n.



NOTICE

re the Estate of
SIMMONS

deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all | Trolley Feeding Tables, (1) Wheel Chair,

ACRES.
2ist] ACREAGE in Plant

2 Swan Street, Bridge set

of the Es-
tate of Alonza Eleazer Lashley deceas- ey. C

use

At GE in Ratoons — 25 Acres.
ne in Preparation BY

cres.

There will also be sold with the said
Plantations One Dodge Motor Lorry, 2
a Cows, I Mule and 1 small 2-wheel-

For further particulars and conditions

Canes

apply to the undersigned:—
COrTLE, CATFORD & CO.
8.9,.50.—13n

ENTERP’ HOUSE and outbuildings
standing on ‘1% acres of land in Christ
Chureh, and

DWELLING HOUSE standing on /

acres of land at Enterprise, Christ
Church, and adjoining the abovemen-
wees

oh soo properties will be
aD for — by Public Auction ‘at

Office, No, 14 James Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday 29th September, 1950
at_2 p.m, .

Inspection on application to Mrs,
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors.

20, 9.50 —9n.



By instructions received from the Gen-
I will set up for sale by
public Auction at their yard, on Thursday
Mist, beginning at 12.30 p.m. the follow-
ing articles:—

(3) Iron Kettles, (1) Gas Stove, Lot of
Horse Hair, (5) Glass-door Cupboards,
(8) Iron Cradles, (29) Iron Bedsteads,
(4) Gas Ranges, (1) Electric Mixer, (30)
Assorted Mattresses, (1) Bakelite Con-
(1) Gardener's Hut, Lot Taps
Balls, (1) Electric Sterilizer,
(1) ns ble Steamer, (2) Iron Chairs,
f) Parts, (1) Gas Sterilizer,
a, Bo ‘ome Syphon Bottles, (1)

a) “Ray Tube, (9)
Gained ition "ve Ventilators, Bag of Surgical
Instruments, (2) Steam Kettles, (1) Dress-
ing Trolley, (1) Small Glass-door Cup-
board, Lot of Doors and Windows, (7)

persons having any debt or claim against | 2nd several other items of_ interest.

the estate of Caroline Simmons, de-
ceased late of King Hdward Road
Bank Hall in the parish of Saint-Mich-
in this Island who died on the
ist day of July 1950 are requested to
duly. attested to, the undersigned

\y a to _the und
$ es jlersigned
DANTEL Qualified Executors of the
will of the said Caroline Simmons de-
1 eared, c/o Messrs Haynes & Griffith
lo
bados Solicitors, on or before the 30th
day of September 1950, after which
date we shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the par-
ties entitled thereto having regard only
to such claims of which we shall then
have had notice —/ and we shall not

be liable for the assets or any part | oy

thereof so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim we shall not then
heave had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.

Dated this 29th day of July 1960.

SAMUEL POLLARD
GERALDINE DANIEL





Qualified Executors of the will of
Caroline Simmons deceased.
1.8,50—4n,
CE
ite of
JA 8 eis ino

NOTICE Is HENEDY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim against
the Estate of James Shepherd, deceased,
late of Bonnett’s, near Brittons, Saint
Michael, who died in this Island on the
14th day of April, 1950, intestate,

claims duly attested to me, the under-
signed, Eustace Maxwell Shilstone, the
qualified Administrator of the said
estate on or before the 30th day of
November 1950, as after that date I
shall proceed to distribute the assets of
the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to the
claims of which I shall then have had

notice and that I will not be liable for ( Rotiaue and

assets so distributed or any part thereof
to any person or persons of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had
notice and all persons indebted to the
said estate are requested to settle their
accounts with me without delay.
Dated this 4th day of September,

1950.
E. M, SHILSTONE,
King’s Solicitor,

Qualified Administrator of the Estate of
James Shepherd, deceased.

2 Swan Street, Bridgetown, Bar- | Person and writing

are
requested to send particulars of their ey ERTS

D'ARCY A. SC
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vided the successful candidate.

plications enclosing copies of
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7.9.50.—4n. } under the Sale of Cotton (Amendment) Act, 1950 (1950-36) in each

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Post of Town
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APPLICATIONS are invited for
the post of TOWN ENGINEER,
Borough of San Fernando, Trini-
= B.W.I.

ee must be fully quali-

m9 degree of Associate Member-
ship of the Institution of Electri-
cal Engineers or its equivalent.
Experience of Civil and/or Muni-
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to the applicant.

The duties or tne post comprise
the administrative and executive
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eering Department as follows:—

1. The Electricity Works con-

sisting of the

installed capacity together
with Transmission and Dis-

tribution Lines of 2,300
Volts 3 Phase 60 Cycle oper-
ation.

2. The Municipal

consisting inter alia of the
Water Distribution System,
the Road Maintenance, the
Seavenging Services, and
the control of Building
Operations of the Town of
San Fernando,

The post, which is pensionable,
carries a salary of $3,840.00 —
$20.00 — $4,800.00 per annum
with a Temporary War Allowance

‘lof $288.00 per annum.
Quarters are provided at a rent- \

al value of 10 per cent per month
of salary.

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per annum is provided.

First Class passages will be pro-
vided the successful candidate
who must be between the ages of
35—45.

Applications for the post close
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ating Station of 2,000 KW! hola equivalent qualifications The post is pensionable and carries

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LONDON ° :, e a
Denis Compton, accepted a Small Gains Eggs By Radio | Great Power Goes
one of the leading batsmen in the ‘ LONDON r >

orld, was also one of England’ On London To make hens lay “Saline. al lo I eople Under
top flight footballers. He is now a an automatic cafeteria ‘ . ? i -
Wek Se BCC. tates oe ie way Stock Exchange has bec perfected at Canterbury,, New Constitution
to Australia and on the eve of hi Kent }
departure announced his retire- LONDON, Sept. 19. The device is intended for bat- | : ca From Page 1
ment from football The London Stock Exchange|teries of 264 hens. Each hen occu-| "0teworthy feature was the re-







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FOR EXAMPLE...FOUR WAYS tO TRAP 4 BALL
ta front ANGLE formed owliguery: A aL 4 eetited: balk ANG! formed RIT Ory ae ec hy M. HAFE SH-GRAY

between the sole of the ? etween the ANGLE between between the body
player’s ohne and the inside of the foot and outside of foot bent forwara and

the ground ee TPCune the ground THE Try L BID
NOW READ BILLY WRIGHT'S ADVICE : foot or your leg and the pitch 4 BOS ae A

WHEN I first joined Wolverhampton Football Club I eee you are playing,

+e e diagrams on this page

spent hours on my own, practising. I used to go down (above) will help you to under-
under the stand nearly every day, trying to make my left stand this better. |

Cave Shepherd & Co. Lid.

s y =
Billy Wright,
Wolves, helps the young
oday shed its recent’ mood of|pies a separate steel mesh cage,| ‘VU! of the three Mayors, Alder-
| gar were w despread in many Councillor Netto of Arima
\ Ne vertheless there was ar ‘two James. Six outgoing members
2 Parliament, moderates for the Government
nm am Ss eer Ceca a ih Leading industrial issues went
ahead from the start and closed
half of the members of the Leg-
British Government stocks were | “} wish they'd stop playing |* comparative new comer to poli-
| to the close, being very firm,
Oils were in the quiet unc|Utes to pass the length of the y ‘
Attlee Survives
| despite occasional profit-taking. course
|
|
1
|} anese bonds on reports that thej|and 3 a
| j authority, he said. Earlier he
end of ths week —Reuter. —I.NS v
agree to this solution.
diately he started to speak, He
Molotovs” and declaring that
nation’s unity. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET

eee ee
captain of England and
famous wing-half of the
footballers in today’s—
Ss vution and ended the trading|end this is what happens |man Tang of Port-of-Spain, Roy
period on a bright note. Small Joseph of San Fernando and
Ghe ie | nons end followed some bear The new Council will have
gone iS rf i t bi @ ; rf ij | covcring and investment buying. thres Maharajs, two Sinanans,
underlying note of restraini | were re-elected.
| awaiting the v tal steel debate in Gomes will probably lead the
vice im the Legislature, This
{oloc will probably bring about
teaches you his tricks= = *).°° "J
part cularly marked in , building , woo } islature,
y t € Ss and kindled issues S gt Councilor Raymon F, Queveds,}
hesitant and mainly easier iv | i tic lected fe Laventille, is
| early tradi red | ‘Perpetuum mobile! ” jtics, elected for .
early trading, but Ister mproved Mash or corn appears in front! Atilla, the well-known Calypson-
when a change of sentiment of each cage in an electrically | ian
converted sellers into buyers. driven trolley that takes 75 min-} 7 -
| steady throughout the session battery.
| and generally held their ga ns Water and grit is the second
*
The feature ‘of the foreign Then a radio, with control at- By Six Votes
section was the strength of Jap-jtached to a time switch, plays, q
@ From Page i.
Japanese Peace Treaty talks are The eggs the hens lay roll down i :
to begin in Washington at the], sloping mesh to await collection. | offered to withdraw his motion of
censure if the Government would
Deputy Prime Minister Herbert
Morrison rejected this offer imme-
st Parliament in an uproar by
calling Conservative leaders “new
Winston Churchill was the biggest
factor in the upsetting of the
The Conservatives were ‘“Mol-
otovs,” Morrison said, because

FTER a single raise in his usually doubled on principte
suit, opener in most cases This bidding is actually e@uite
have a choice between /ogical. It means that South has



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foot as strong and reliable as my right. You can practise the different me. Tie decision weakness whi e North in turn they were trying to exercise a new
Practi : : ways of trapping a ballin a . i * wees has full values for his single form of veto to an Act already
ractice, and yet more practice, is how the football “4° © See Th aaa s often close raise ND. ee ri
skills are developed BY Ona a ee pa ic or ee Hancs containing more than 4 With the last example hand passed by Parliament.—Reuter.
“2 ; : ,. a piece of waste ground, or at six losers usually call for an South can mak a game wi ith
. Og of the most essential parts of a wing half-back’s your club, if you are fortunate wLore pas South {aie a a rebig of T Ge: Boaes anc
e” is ave is us —kicki Hi . 3) > AA. Hh OA , Worth will pz if he has some
oa, he ee, eae Cro Ge TNE Wc tn Oe ee stop iate| RES Rea g se cine ie Be NOTICE
. : Dita ae a me 8 e onening J1085.% 1093. @£. 642 % A RUBBER FLOO
eo ae : . ba ad the differe ways His One Spade ovening is * A : » R COVERING
Most players, when starting, have one foot stronger Dall dead in the ie practis=| feised to Two He has four quick #19 : ore Rite auilaing Fund which took In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS
than the other, This has to be put right immediately. the move which all clever players we an ier Cita . a h PK os of Dia woods | reli Red "1 meee ae eget hory a Amo 3 FEET WIDE @ $3.32 Yd
} . é layers > are seven ers and us King 1a Is is Cllangec y was dra r by Mr. - A
5 was naturally a right-footed 4t you from different angles, at learn to perfection—trapping a \ isuribulion is hopeless 0 the Ace or if he has another Fee ot erin BUCKGlary cf thar SmENAadE ‘ SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM, PASSAGE
player before I really “got down d fferent heights, and at varying ball and dragging it along all in Care is out of the suestion. end eae red card and a sinsieton Turf Club. | And the winning No. is | ¥ Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc.
to it.” Nowadays I am equally Speeds. the same movement South should pass Club zs Fs if 0810, 20,9.50—in | & CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY
at home on either wing. Uniess you can. bring it Well, there you are boys The peep kan to this rule yak fea apace: } hee o 4 ai ean Tohineaht ad rite
But strength in kicking is only instantly under control, so that Sete aa securs With @ hand lise unis PO ne cert cs Cee = *
7 r . cia eG t yu couldn't ask for better ad- Oa BT 2 A. FS new suit over the single reise is a
So alt ios aasee nS, tn Neots Aine ac meskes than that, Ht wwe would | 08S: 6 81S > aoa gar ar cine |The Barbados Aquatic Club§ esanuinec — T. AERBERT Ltd, oz"
yo s earn to kick > 108 st-class football. 4 : . Ise i he cities deat Amen shachiantainn Nendiadin ssage tii ener has yi e e e wg
with your instep; and, for greate Practise It ee et, me pied Dit te band te tar (ese SHES ame ambitions and would wel- NOSIOR TO | MEMESOe ; sane ,
accuraéy still, whe ovr as +e; Wright has to say. get yo ib Ue tat | 13 far less vulner come some sort of filler in the Notice is hereby given that in accord- 5 10 & 11 Roebuck Street.
acy still, when passing, wit Realise this—no matter from — father to buy you the Football oble to attack. and “may easily second suit After the bidding ance with Rule 8. the Club will be |g
the ae of the foot. what angle or from what heignt Association's Book for Boys, cevelon 10 iteks if the raise Was One Spade—Two Spades, South sieges ta Mamabers on Eb wr sor Pree
: Re jable feet are all- the ball is moving towards you, 1950-51 (Naldrett Press, 10s.). Raph gee are a eee would rebid Three Clubs with Bonk Oarcart te et ok Charity.
important, too, when t comes to you can only “kill it” —that is, It is full of news and pictures unless he is 1 gainbling mood ; ne pend 963% sotts Anes . Bak incliae ue Maknent
trapping the ball, stop its movement entirely—by abcut everything in Soccer, — a ‘trial bid" vi!) allow resconder 4 wae. oe Sie S te Panis am rorkt La aeicccabicaier:.
_ During a match the ball comes forming an angle between your L.E.S. to sign off in Three Spades if North hed a sound single By order of the Committee. \
ee - reat aceareneatnenet = his raise was shaded with a fit in the trial suit H. P, SPENCER,
/e ’ The seaue-ee One Shade wo in Spades becomes 4h aT eh bs: )
Local Cricketers | M.C.C. Cricket Suttle’s XI vs ie ss A comneea oe es STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS i}
7 t a3 >. co ele vac
Bridge. and the fina! contract is 1” thick, 4 x 6’, 8, 10’ W
t
ti

Will Greet Team Needs Belg rave’s X. I

’ A two-day cricket match at] ~
W f, Heroes Encouragement Brisbane, Culloden Road, ended
The C itte nic Jin a draw. Mr. Suttle’s XI took
Pee ee (By ALLAN HOBY) first innings lead with 161 runs.

@ l4e. per sq. ft.

TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS \



VENEZOLANOS AMIGOS

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a inted t é rec » P : F i
tie for ise tees 5 Mon or ay The most pilloried team in] G. Sobers top-scored with 72 runs. 1 1%” thick, 4’ x 12 :
West Indies. antes Tie ‘Nel ericket history, the side which} Bowling for Belgrave’s XI, Price ORIENTAL @ 30c. per sa. ft ti
experiencing sia’ ditic te I! thas evoked more defeatist whim-| took 2 for 21, Smith 1 for 2. 4 per sq. ft. i
finalizing ciaias ee pee ty 1) perings and blubberings than any Belgrave’s XI replied with 43 Se Habla Espanol i
oheradnes _ . b mauee of thetother, has sailed for Australia. runs, B. Smith collecting 10. Stirlon Tempered Hardboard can be used for e::terior work such as’
ater M 4 veeee and time “They haven't a hope.” sneer | Suttle’s XI scored 132 runs in their MY SAM FT Se ih yt Hoods, Door Panels etc. i\
oki - ae atina This! the ey nics. “They'll get the big-|\second innings, G. Sobers top- THANI BROS. iy
ship is expected to leave the} gest thrashing of all time. Here scoring with 42. Belgrave’s XI, i
United Kingdom on or about 22ndjis one journey which isn’t really | given 251 runs to make in two Pr. Wm. Hnry. St. Also TILEBOARD SHEETS t)
of this month and may take some] necessary,” jeer the know-alls. } hours, scored 134 for the loss of ream. vi
ewe to reach Barbados. I k you, what a send-off! How | 4 wickets Price and Applewhaite ” eee ee "

gain, due to the fact that the|miserably mean can we get! Bn ae ie oleh aanttoes is
“Matina” may remain in port for Maybe on paper they haven't a scored 53 and 46 respective Iv. : PDOPSROOPP OPPO PPP P POS ors Be ne ee ee Nyy eee ee A 8 4E ES Ge. Oe. Hf Ky
a very short time, the form oi a aan ‘are isn't a aor ; f | Phone 4267, m
reception may have to undergo| W00d, a Tate, a Jardine or a Hed- W : y z
changes at the last be ME nde ley Verity among them—but they Yugoslavia ill HURCH OF BIBLE PROPHECY Sie P i
ver, a cal as bee ie haven't lost yet and they're better | :
is aes oe eget cs despatched than the moaners think Attend Festival ve ;

lessrs, Elders and Fyffe in- * ’ . BEGINS EVANGELIST IC SERIES via a
ic ‘ming them that Barbados plans Nothing Impossible BELGRADE, Sept. 19 x 9 ° a
a reception for the cricketers and 7 The Yus ae eh ath ep Reder % |
asking for all available informa-] So give them a hand. Stop the aan ia -aceented an % nvitation PASTOR C. P REID EXPOSITOR g ’

g has ¢ pted an i a ° ° .

tion. weeping and wailing. It's undig- |} ! Seta ae ee
nified for un-British, Instead, from the English Footbail Asso-
let’s give this grossly s!andered
side some encouragement

If our Test men get ruthlessly
fit, if they fight and field with the
all-out will-to-win spirit from the
first ball—well, nothing is impos-
sible, as our athletes proved in
Brussels,

4elieve me, the Australians are
not treating our men lightly. Al-
ready, with that almost ghoulish
zrimness they bring to every Test

natch, they have launched i

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SUNDAY NIGHT, Septem-
Pr. Wm. Hny. St. Dial 3466

ciation to participate in the Festi-
val of Britain matches next year

Yugoslavia will send several
of her best football teams to the
festiva

It is hoped that if the majority
of the team is on board 4s.
“Matina” to have them disembark
by the Chamberlain Bridge aus
to conduct them through a path-
way lined by cricketers drawn
from all the clubs taking part it
the Cricket Competitions and rep-
resentatives ot the B.C.L. A dats
will be erected in Trafalgiu
Square and it is hoped that His
Excellency the Governor will bt
present. An Illuminated Addres
will be read and presented t
Captain John Goddard. There-
after the Team will be entertain-
ed to a subscription luncheon at
the Marine Hotel, when forme
West Indies representatives, two
representatives from the Cricke
Ciubs, members of the Cricke
Association and relatives of the
team will be invited to attend

An official dinner will be heid
at a later date, when Mr. J. M.
Kidney, Manager of the Team and
Mr, F, Clairmonte a Selector will
have returned home.

An appeal will be made to the
mereantile community, schooner
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—Reuter.

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Jamaica Beat Trinidad

(Prem Our Gy mr 19 ?
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 19.

Jamaica won a well deserving
victory here to-night when Ron
Sturdy and Jimmy Farquason de-
feated Jin Ho, and Gun Munro
(Trinidad) 3-—6; 6—3; 6—4; *! -9:
7—5; in their doubles match ‘n
the Caribbean Lawn _ Tennis
Championships

inevitable psychological war

One famous Australian, writing
o a friend in this country about
che new pitch in Sydney, said to
be the most menacing in the
vorld added: “Tell Len Hutton
ve shall be waiting for him.”

The implication is obvious
Sgumpers. Well, there is an an-
swer to this sort of intimidation
nump ‘em right back

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PAGE POUB HARBADO'S \nV0( XTr wn>xr.sn.\\ vi %  11 \i HF.B m. isa 8\KMDOSAmO0ATF f. 1— ••• % % %  •f r UM Mw> -—_.... f -1 ,. LM U..-4 N..JI Wrdne\da> Bmpta llHT II IHI am IMIIKS THE rootoi ui] publ i I way of oi( ]]HTuiiuii with Authority jnd the i the new traffic regulations a (air trial. It m time that they received a bonus of better parking facilities in the City A timely suttgestmn c.nmlYoen Mr. A. dta* Inniss at It* i merce recently that parkinu adequate to accommodate the number of vehicles in Bridgetown. The trim* shared by most motorists and I urgent need for a remedy It appears that much of the space now prohibited on some ol the streets could be uae way" traffic system? Tilt* ll4ilb\>lillion H H. K. s>i. IIIIIS MJCAC %  %  %  <-\lat ITU. i<-iii(] e UM same It wtiilr Ihc :.. iinti kvortaM tho U h often over!£?",£££ " r „ million pound* looked by laymen, i. that lu.bme* !"? f ^i~^ '' K K nwt. can b. obtain*., in larger m ***"?**„ ,ol,ow d '"" wh,(h ould bi | %  %  %  %  i-.:. niflBMtd bj me A .:-%  -.velopmt-ni l Igmenl < I f Mnce the war ended, instead of the four relatively small Die* I sets that ha%-e been bought in that i "^ ince thai was not done th problem L* certainly complicated. t ~ ~ but surely the fact that the boat has been missed for the past 30 ._ %  .__asonabJe to assume that •"* *y^ns that are in use. 1 ha lishment 'lonld n<'' be anything of the sort, and th *ecms like an imaginary riifnY ~ JMII iium um uiv PI am will i ^ 7" ; — ~~. — ~ • mm • be two or three limn lu nracnl "^? nuoB *?" au,nb >'>"i "< itandird of llvlnf tlon with it %  1M. perhap. cvci. Utpi. £d the t'* cl ? c ''i.^? < "" M *"?* prospect oi ^u-h • plant full of %  :>mely un>atisfactory to me as an Engineer %  p. rience of the*ihmjp. The gradual convenion would ing both steam and Diesel engines in operation for a period for it, which vary amazingly for 1 am not gofeg on the basi; no sound economic or technical that I must try to nave the las: NSSOfl -Jtj In this argui; sutements are made which are so The fact that some years ago a v/ide of the mark as the storv rate of lOd. per unit was paid In of the half million pounds, or the Cornwall u merely a reflection of superior econooi. ot :^WX:iTS£ * !" *.l !" < S*"fl U-tichnicifXc\eT was first introduced, and that ; There ., itnous obstacle to the scheme and it does <-*fi Six. ?-SSS; ,o N ',r'!;, *„ .... :he V" 1 but b v ,! means let a* out. It is not for not mean duplication of staff or "the availability of men suitable mional expense in to serve as members of the proIn an earlier gefMfcl 1 made a v convinced posed Board, as I have only been plea for no more red hernn*> b H better than perhere about your years. I can only be drawn across the trail; this one -t.*ken policy my that some Barbadian acends with a request :hat no more vualntances who ought to be well bogeys be dangled, because this the statement that informed do not seem to anticipate fabulous Sum of a half million my serious difficulty. pound* is a bogey with no more In actual experience the whole substance to it than those things should work so are traditionally supposed to have n. :i-fini't 1. Then take Diesel engines have superior rusk! economy, which by itself is a most misleading one. being fairly dearrangement One Mure Siimss For The I'hislM §iwrg on Hy hiipmuii %  % % %  < li. ol plaak n..in 1I W ourriatUHi. an.l l.-ll Ihc SSi M th !" iJZZStlL," !" .Wh n h r "* :.";:; d '.'; J> I K!=?"SK5 %  !: .ur.in. ,?"' h P-renU could lurdly bc%  ... ull.r UMJ ixrlormS *" P" Ule s me PC""""c.l thv O|-i..tioli */'?.*'/' %  v ^'' u, *>lncc babyhood Vll.'ll .11 iiruirim.v.ii Ihc same i Out Ol II:.I.,, • BIKHHS barn told Food Ministry officials that, unless ih i|uullty and quantity of family ^loSiS!. !" ^ !" ", freaky was me lt mUons arc nn; he British people may get out ol the meat-eating hi rowing children h.ncever bitten into J go<"* fed off a first-class fannl> joint, 'hey warn. And. as with all other food prefci once*. I liking for meat is an ae>iulre( L"^f^ ODa M "* W -W Sir Mv to begin a normal, satisfying U-....M Oeaaai .„. Mr. fUewarl Ufa llarrMMMi, withheld the news of "it until they were tlhal Uiii Eye* I treatment %  7 would be permanent. The girl is • TI1K Pt'PU-S of your tit now a pleasant-looking, 21-yeargradually get smaller at you grow old nurse. old, doctors report, after measuring up the pupil-wldih ot 222 MerataOn the girl's people aged 20 to 89 Wrw was set so far back lips almoki touched her Men and women in Ihnr M IIT eyes protwenties had pupils l-16th of an in a way that made her Inch wider, when measured in hown thai about 30 per cent, ol %  i.lly sUrlled. The brmht liRht. than thu.se ba UBSBf ,h,,n ,l l "' wal I bar mouth was so sharply eighties. In the dark the young lhc doctorem lit. ..relic] that she could nor speak folk*' pupils were I-IOth of an Som e have B0 bOasM to go lo eh wider The rest prefer Hie eornforl • • snd eBtgfsatHonahip of the l r case •.* This change must i in down the v.ard. so pitiful that they decided to reamount of light reaching, the eye's • %  %  %  a' n.odel the whole face. 1 ghl-scnsifive oerotB So it may % %  %  ll*y lar be an important cause of the dim• FKOM the i<-markably rapid Working in an operating theatre ining vision of old age. growth of the baby blue %  1 Part Prcwett Hospital, near scientists deduced that its mother loke, Hants, they first HoilM*. I'lt'llHt' must feed it on exceptionalK i ii-1. I bet nose and milk compared with eows'milk : them Then they cut • LOBSTIK8 fitted with plastic which has a fat-content of about right throuKh the front part of identity tag*, then dropped into f our p^,. cft n i from home have u ul Jc i ua i analysis of blue brokS Die bones found Of %  ">* shale's milk has nil the b ntplct ;irnl cut toastal cniiinies where inquisitive n < across the roof "f the mouth stienlists c.iplured them How f a | they did ft is the latest natttltlTin.ul.iely rraad OM iramehistory m> l\ illi i OIII nliim-ii I s %  :he upiHT part of the face. ^*„. ri ,.. v ( ., ,_h,^,^i , : ,y ."id Jull ,1 lorw.rd. Even when taken two inilc uo, • 1 U -I M "'"••"";". Into ., ootUkm ,.1.1.1. ,-orrcctcd to sea off Bermuda, ohm UM """ tlM praVMUl faults. RED PEACE By Till. io\ h.\ll \\ LONDON : %  is around the world Had their fulluwer.s for the start of a DW all-nut "IVate" pi :han jny ever organized by Moscow. Ucat-OaF 1 A Moscow Radio broadcast, quoting a dispatch from Tokyo, said that the. Japanese. decided to send forty It tfAaiu In France, departmental "peace congresses" planned, along with mass rallies. ladwork for French participation in the London Congress*, v also said that the Communistdominated World Federation of Democratic Youth has called on the eighty million members it claims to support thf decisions which will be taken in London. The tone of the London Congress has already been set by Moscow commentators— "to intensify the struggle against the imperialist warmongers for a general peace." Knrn nsfofsfiOW reports, one result of the London meeting probably will be to start new drive for outlawing oil armaments. Qya Bhrttnburg, Russian journalist, and one of the top Soviet unofficial "ambassadors" abroad, recently said that should be one of the objectives ol the "peace partisans INS. D.V.SCOTT TO-DA''" 5 SPECIALS ft CO., LTD. at the COLONNADE I MI-IK Now I... 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In a letter to Szabad Ncp. tiu Communl | QC tnttited that UM U.S. arsonal -ontains "cowboy hais. cowboj shuts, and dances^—all designed to overthrow Communist nations and pose "American imperialism." He urged that the Hungarian C.ovormnenl lioonie-woonie". the "samba," ami Western fashions. This, he said, will stop "this cosmopolitan penetration into Eastern Europe.** If Koch's ideas are heeded, dancing school and hab-a the lonp itl "i things banned in Hungary because they repies.-tit "tin Ainorican way of life." Already revtrictod are newspapers, books. theatre playi and motion pictures. I.N.S. Oar Rradrrw Say : pendent on her. IKdriven on',. muld tf>i than have the :IKIT.-I of having xeneral elections was—Has Attlee khoulder". "backs to the wall fio" with gone mad? 'cliches, but ronssurini. someith m.-tvasin The evenu of the last three times) in an effoit to I* unifls liionilihan DM U iin;inj to COUraflCOUl resourceruJ, and AttUv %  earns to hsve decided OB QtanJCf. to ttM Kcnerosity me for fteel n-itlonallsaUon* should like to place on record our ". ebtl and look UM other DBUOSI I Hg -ii.inkto th* DiTiOIIIiel >f tin ivhal il is to Ue liei.Uhv. %  traof. SQUJ %  but the land of y. Who ".M hi I"OM batt VMCA Eor their spoaasneouj bittooj nd to lw my nalivii> has denied me th say the least. Hie invasion of ready to meet the worst that '•honourable' defeat ol the poll: South Korea and Its frightening could conv ri has a few Let Churchill, then, justify any implications; the resultant snowtrumps in her hand and tricks failures take the responnlbtllty ballinsj towards wartime economy; up her sleeve" is how I used to of dividing whether to go on the prospective loss in the very wel about England in war or at trading with Russia, which will near future (the result of a warcricket. But if Labour^ own be condemned In the event of lima economy.) nf all England backbone, UN T.U.C dOM not war, and not doing %o which. In and the sterling area have mansupport her cause, who will*' And the avcnl of continuance of peace, aged to achieve since the end of *->. %  "lie will be branded in restraint of the war. Adrocale puts it "to risk the traDe", take the responsibility it Am I a pessimist? Probably, [do i.nx-nt and England does go bankrupt and feat aHxffieUn.es. that even if I had immediate General Elections by I |||ty of war and the brains, courage, know-how ..nnounclng in Parliament thnt he England's bralni and entrails and what you like, of a man like Intended to go ahead with steel speweil Into the gutter AtUee I would feel cowed at the national) Am I a pessimist? I hope '<> thought of so much burden And Am I n pessimist"• Probably f hi>i 1 am •as* week, he and his supporter* I Mi DOPBLTN could not prevent %  moUori bj %  ided tolas. the TUC. for wage Inen i inwhlch will apply to some S.IHHI.Anlifcuu llu/nk* poo workers In England Sir ... Stafford Cripps has Wed I long time to hold them In check The giit of his speeches has lieen I think that ... wag* freeze. England, and goodQ Poet I help. Though the 'ii dapetsdeni on your mother prti I musi evade lopeal wai launched "-rough 'be foe IN \ ea ot life? rind countYMCA Uie help gu. 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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATi: WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1*50 fittJub galling L T. COL. F WOOD. M B I and Mrs Wood, arrived from 'rrtmd.id by it"* "Lady Rodn**" .esterday morning for three weeks :111c :ire staying m SlarIori H Col Wood 1* now supervisor of aK< iiciec for the Wesi Indies and BcaniH dsftaa' Dutih tiui-na and Curacau ami Ifpldi so BMkl Bermuda his next atop. Oa Long Leave M R. AND UBA K. L Wishail and family of BUttth | who war* at Abbeville tiuesi H o ya i lor the past two h*vt Juil taken a flat at WorUimu Mr Wi %  '.-...,: M.nu..:ShiupuiK* Department of Bi -iotown and Is *pcn came with hi: will be staying on for a further holiday. They are both ardent tennis players. 1 her* ii u rumour going around thai the ikor down SeWM bomber had |ra. rI'li.lne iiflrtmu'r murliing* Spent Holidays With Children M RS. RRROL STIKI.K ho husband is a book store returned home on Mot B.W.I.A. %  month ago to aaead part of the summer vacation wiUi I Oladji Jootlyi. and David vrho were attending soh.i .,! UM Orsullni Convenl Bba has David mu. Srhsnl at the Lodge and has taken hark wild her. her little daughter Mnrv Ann. .• Aquatl ciub. Mrs Steclc's mother who was here for quite a lungci period, also returned to Venezuela on Monday. They were all guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter Marshall at Aquatic Gardens. Returning For Xmai M RS. WINTRH and lu-i twa children ..i Caraeaa, VeneEUeta will be returning home sO(;,. I,* (1 W I A M weeks here n guests at the N.arine Hotel, siuaaaacbj t be back in December with bar huaband tO spend Christmas. Postgraduate Courses W .-pen returnto British Guiana, she will be nl.le to advise the young I rople on how to spend their leisure She ta now taking a course on "the employment of leisure for young people" at Manchester Another British Guian• %  e. Mr Abraham Hughes. Senior %  nl Sanitary Inspector. Is '.'king a course at Bristol on Public Health." Both courses are %  muted by the British Council. From Trinidad M ISS IVY WALKR. daughter of Mr. S A Walke of the i>>-nperativr Bank Is at prssaml t. .itwng in Barbados as F*o % %  -ll Spring Hotel. " Bhe enpeets to return Sunday. Goes To Sierra Leone M R. Allan Chalmers Smith. who u lrn at Paget. Bcr. IHIH, educated In Beret Oxford, practised %  % %  •> %  10 Bermuda, bae aia a .1 PoUea in Uermuda in 1928 nd i.itci promoted %  I*UIMIC Judge 1, has now been elevated from the rank of PulBM Judgn ol the Oofcd Coast to mat of Chief FueUee of Sierra Leone. He sue1 I Hrtl tiulti. the 1 i.ief Justice. Teacher Visiting M ii FRANCiq P1KKRE. Founder and Principal of the George Washington High School, San 1MB, Trinidad, arrived in BaruaRer holidaying In II'eaves tin II.HIKover the week-end. Mr Plarn Who Is keenly intcresteu In education, has award 1 .iarship to elementary school boys in St. Lucia and Trinidad, and plans to d6 the same ihifig in tt.1rh.1dos and Antigua! For Trinidad Holiday A ITER ^iN-nding about live v h.re Mrs Doris Slinger of Grenada left 1 vtr the week-end by B W 1 A 01 Trinidad for 11 further stay before returning home. She the wife ef the Manager of the Maria Hotel. Mm. Slinger was a guest at the (K-en View Hotel. BOOKS AND PEOPLE • ION IIOI'I QMfejt ,,, •> Ferguson Findlay. whose DOVeL My Old Man's Badge, waa tl* August Ilook-of the iiiontn inner, is waiting no Ua Hi. %  xt story is already with hi* [jblishen. WhatS more. Findlay who call* tht new book Wi front ("We'll change that," publishers) has kept the characters from My Old Ma Badge So we'll be Ihug-hunung with detective Johnny Matone and Nurse Mary Kiernan again Hen|| another writer who lellaves you can't have too much cf a good thing too quickly David Walker follows up his Oeordiewell received last month—with The Storm and the Silence. which, say the publishers, will be cut by Christmas #The Forsytes Soames. Jolyon. bene and the rest — are to be portrayed by ex-Slade student nd official war artist Anthony ;ross In a new B40-paged edition of The Forsyte Saga. As methodical In his hobby as his deak work is London busirx %  man J TIiur*ton Thrower. He (i.lit gtj iiiaininiiig from books and periodicals -.(.it. ..f l.ifi la. third seiaetion tppeaji thi* week. A barn I bstar, and 'i.-nald Wilkinson, have tod m a UgM book about pubs. They call It— e Open! At 73 BOVattM Sir Philip Gibbs p ibttatsM He has Joined the )>.^ni of Alan Wlngate. OutgOtng i* Andre DeuUw-h, who Intends starting up a new firm. Success story of the week— about former RAr p lot Douglas Bauer, whose first novel The Slender Thread, is out to-day. Baber was shot down over Bel1 lum m 1941. spent the rest of thi srafl behind barbed wire His novel has already been bought by iieltywood hag aeked foi photoatat copy of Aiic the author'' He started work to-day in the . m Nfwi AnalyiU. T IB p.m. n. la pm Tlio Conlr'nptirary ll-h NovH. SOS D" "•""• N#p*L Sll Unllad NalloiulUpoM. S SO pm Infrfljd*. BS4 pm ream TIM %  SlUr l ifa. p m. Hunr Prom Grand Hoil IN Land And Uvvalock. 10 00 p m Tbo Nr. 10 10 Intarluda. 1011 p m Hml H<>*a<*l. lOIS pm Balani-r ->f Europe. Thirl AQUATIC IU! CIIOEBfA MaSkM OrM MAY1MBB' TO-DAY S P M TODAT TO Tai'BSDAT SJS P.M. MONOOKAH Praamn U2-Degree Temperature LONDON. The British Medical Journal rcliirta that a Chinese man In Mal.iya had J temperature of 112.5 --and lived. Tnc man 67, rather emaciated, ml to the doctor to complain of stomach pains. He was operated on and given a transfusion. During this his temperaturv .;.• "Merry widow munlerer on trio vreenf id) Kbit l the salt ot • Quaurupm In which eaoli Olasinnl pair oi less is altenistelr motaD ti IHIHN Wlt modern maMara uiarc dknt waa situ used by Ancioni Eavptlnn women T Hi Which Wlotid hat a iak* ttfldlns liieiliauiib;e •UDBIIOB "I aopoait f isi Who la 'ho ortaeni Ktna ot Norway 1 (SI i, A pans In tho not* < I. What waa the early nwni tor %  pkcS-pocKot IS) 11. Who composed tM -Bil rtlos" l IS, What city Mrmed ihe main bnfKaToond of tno Araoian Nlshur 171 It, What I* ihr Bundsy tmmrdlateiy preeodins Plm Sunday t 18. Whst typo ol mlto causoa %  coblea V Hi is Wliat i* i. Inrhrymai dr^p ? 141 • WlM %  on colloud'a liuleprndencr at tho Battle 01 Bannoeshum ? IS) "Tlio_— find* kinidoni la a term Cor PLIZI THEATRE BHMMBGETOWN WARNER'S Arc llih Acllon James Oliver CURWOOD'S RIVERS END' Us The Grand Story of the Fair Featuring Den i inn Mounted Pollci MORGAN SPECIAL M \ I IM i TOMORROW (Than.) — t P.M. Monogram's Exciting Musicsl-A. lion Double \ '. 1 Jimmy WAKELY in Johnny Mack DROWN In "HIX GUN UOHPEL" (CHEAP PRICES) — and — OrUUNU FRIDAY 2Znd At S.SS 8.3S r.M. Anna NEAGLE and Michael WILDING in SPRING IN PARK LANE MIDNIGHT ,; CtiUCHS ; % Eased qusckly by rubbing chaax and throat with thai pasaaam, *a poruing otntxnent A rub be/ore hevliime aknoM always assess at. attsck THE HOT SHOTS THINIDAD'H Sc. 1 ORCHESTRA PKOORAMME MERLE'S MOOD — Medium Bounce STAR DUST — Linroln Grant (Sax.) MY rOOLISH HEART — Rod Clavary (Vocallat) CIST SI BON — Rod Clavcry UtMON DROP — Bop Tuna SAMBA TIME — BEWITCHED — Rod Clav.'ry WHAT'S MY NAME — Rod Clavary NEGRO DANCES — do CALYPSOFS Mighly Terror 2 Hour, el Sweet HeteaUea Pit 20c.; House 3c.i Balcony 1st.; H„v, 60c. VAOoRua ii AM i: %  xt SATURDAY at I'ASI'ARINA CLUB in Kill. HAYWARD'S ORCHESTRA. STEAKS aad SNACKS At ABy Hour POLICE BAND CONCERT r3r&,*.X"i i,wv;&i •i Tin*. ">• % %  i ^"p"^" ii#safiarR' luvksti GLOBE THEATRE Under tho Distinguished Patronage of Hi* Excellency The Governor and Mrs. Savage OPENING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER >iu g. r.M W^VAV/^VcV/^iV/A'A'/. V*V, 'fi-AIETY iThe Garden) ST. JAMES Dmiblc Thriller SEVEN MILES from .!/-#.If H I* I ("ItAlt; ,ind others "T.XHW.W assafsaw AaMrtZMiiW** Johnny WK1SSMVIXER — Johnnv SHEFFIELD 1 ft*;','**,***,*.',:'*'.*,*.'.'.'.',:::' ,'*',',;;'.',' %  • ',',*.'*'+'.', %  %  *>.'*','.'.**•< PLAZA-Oi.tin: taai i HIUMSUAl a llll SSD.W SVLNINO — S3S .On IWfl | •'TUE.ilMi.KEHWAHTKrW \ %  a l|BgffBSS -I Ml'SU SCNCl MfloDV I 3 5 Alorva With Thr Warnrr Huolcsl • ] 6 "lll.nii IMf'ff l.fMil SMIIS I •* Sllh \ Ho.l H % %  •u a rll"| Br | a a'l>i*~ %  """ • — g Drnnn M.-rsar. Ann Shrnitan. AlWdS SSslUl H isiphrsj llosart J GLOBE TODAY — .'. i S.30 P.M. — TUMORHOH — b V.M (InU "A DOUBLE YOU'LL LOVE' i.\l!Z.\.\ & THE MERMAIDS (Johnny WEISSML'LI.RI, | — And — I HI W HS I li I I 11 > I Ml cm Kll.l-llv ; i-M MAMNfl on llmr^U. i(MWI.lli to 9.30 a.m on SATCRDAYS to Suh the Kids BAY MM:-. SIMMY N1TE PatOCUtAM You are bv ted t-> send In Requests on fssBga you will like to hear RAY 81ns on Sunday Nile. Write — RAY KUNE8 PROGRAJsl o 0LOBI THBATHI i AimnvvH I;I i\ r POD I'EAS The LXTRA line flavour of the pick of the crop Conducted by Cast C. E. RAISON. M.B.E.. A.R.C.M. Bv Und permlarton ol Col. H T Machahn AT THE BARBADOS AQOATI0 GLOB (Local & Visiting Members Only) SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER MtB. 4.46 p.m. In Aid of a very deavrviaff Charitu ADKI8BIOK :: l/s SO.* BS—SS EMPIRE Ta-Day, 4 45 a t.30 pm asul CoaUanlag "JOIh Cenlury-fox Presents . "THE BLACK ROSE" Starring : Tyrone POWER Orson WELLES Ceeu> AUBRY Jack HAWKINS HOVY • Ta-da asta. To-saorrow, 4 30 4% H.IS P m Republic Big Double William HENRY Linda STIRLING IN "THE MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINE" AND •HEART OF VIRGINIA" WITH Janet MARTIN Robrrt LOWERY ROYAL To-day aad Ts-msrrow. 4.3f A 111 p.m. M G M BIG DOUBLE Walace BEERY Marjorie MAY IN "BIG JACK" AND "BATHING BEAUTYIn Technicolor Ester WILLIAMS Red SAELTON Extra l.iMi'far Half Haa> "THE MILTON O.UAETETTE" OLYMPIC Last Two Shows Ta-day. 4 38 ft S.1S p.m. 20th Century-Fox Double . Dana ANDREWS Richard lONTE •THEPIRPLE HEART" : AND : "BUFFALO BILL" : WITH : Joel McCREA Maureen O'HARA ]ffamlet by WIlllAM SHAKf SPIARf A Ual-.^W. IW .M ff*W J. AITHU* RANK INICRMlsr jM^^Z—^£222^1 -. <, -, 's,','^,* r ; v# v-v. TOOLS? m-H I'HII i s ABE 1114,111 11II.IH THIS • %  Applies.SA4HOOL U Tool I PAIN On Sale at KNK.HTS DRUG STORES LMST Pick axes Axeheads i Chisels Braces & Bits Compasses Clamps Hand Drills Pitas Planes St Irons Hammers Hatchets Tool Handles Squares THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Tel. No 303S Rasps Spoke Shavo-; Rules TUMI Pliers Screw Driver* Saws Levels Oil Stones Kmery Wheels (complete) Paint B: Putty KalVM Chalk Lines MURRAY'S MILK STOUT SUSTAINS AND REFRESHES DEMAND MURRAY'S Milk Stoat From your GROCER M.Mi a CO.. I Til _\„r...s



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PA<;I. i-.Uin i BABBAD06 ADVOCATE WF:I>M<'SI>.\I MITIMHIK *: ISSH WMAA\wmWV.V.WAV.\ II.II. Weight. lupuitn of England and raWaaNI wing-half of the Wntvex helps the young footballers in today'*NO MORF. FOOTBALL LONDON eptcd a> ooi of Hi*leaning botan i England*! i p ftiuh' (imtl>.i!ler* Hi % %  ., i Hi and on thr .... .HUM uncen Ml ret ireSatchel Hub efc< England's Soccer captain teaches YOU his tricks— i" %  Small Gains On London Slock Exchange LONDON, Scpl IV .don Slock Exchange n cent' inood of i itmn -in 1 aatded tha trading brifhi nota. Small %  many i •M buying. %  to an naj IIGU* of iiiealllng the v In I -.tcei %  % %  %  .: am Ndta many useful g*>.I DBt i cularly marked In build %  died issues. j Govarmnant 'tocks hesitant and mainly' easier In early trading, but 1 ilcr mprovn to the close, bring vai arisen •> chanajs "i n*nttmani n lyers. %  I I and tanafallj naM UM desfite OCcaeional protu The feature 0) tl H I t n,:' Of .lipanene bonds on report' tin 1 the l %  %  | %  thi end of th Rreter £>££'* Hy Ratlio LONDON Ice hens lay better. tiped automatic cafeteria perfected at Canterbury. Kent The devke la intended for batMM henEach hen occuplaa a separate .steel mesh rase V X^T datura. B O-uncitW Great Powcf Goes To People Under New < Constitution • rraaa P*l rthy feature was the ra linn <.f the three MavoiAlderman Tang or Port-of-Spain. Roy lo**ph of San PernutiHn Councillor FssstfO Of Aritn.. a CoaarasU artll h. tt.ra." Mm Sin-nans. %  •nm re-e;ecsed. will probably lead tba I moderate* hM the Government Legislature. This probably hrmg about the members i>f the LegIWMI1I HUH WAY* fAV'd fOp p/flfnfl %  rVrprruUHi mobile f %  .age m :n electrically Ml takes 75 mlnulaa tn DOBS lha lentt'i batten Water %  t %  Then ,i radio, with control atUsohod t ii time switch, plays, and The eggs lha hen* lay roll down a sloping mesh to await collection I N %  %  TH •hi' %  HI I. A rtuipimi, ball directly in fronl: ASQLE lo'med betiDttn the sole ot the player g loot and Ui$ (round 2. A a-II d r • a p l ii i obllaaaly: ASOLl limma between the liamn oi xaa foot ""' fit ground ANGLE beticten uiitde ol foot and ground tirturrn the '• %  ill bent loruo'a '<'"> the Bt'wd NOW KKAD BILLY WRIGHTS ADVICE: loot ' >" ur ,r ""* """ pltch WHEN I Ursl joined Wolverhamptm, Footballl Club I "% ,1),,^ !" ,*"',„ P n^ paa spent hours on my own, practising. I used to M rt down (gbavv) will help you t. under under the stand nearly every day, trying to make my led atmd Ihii i-tiei tool i.-. itrotifl and reliable H my right. You < %  • hi dWavanl PnctiO, and yet moie practice, is hOVJ tu footbail *"^n M Vum'wKh you* paK or o! skills are developed.. ajSaw of arasta ground.' or a: One of the most essential parls of a wing half-hack's V nur dub, II you an I "trade" is to have this use of two pood feet—kicking with anotufh t< ( bafcail to one. both feel and with accuracy A 8 on s >'"" ., l ^ n s op the Most player,, when rtlrtto*. have one bill itrpi I a*V3K This has to be put ripht immediately ,|„. mova arbJea all clever players .it > ki< < witli your Instep; and, for greate. %  la of tlie font Reliable feet .a. .ill important, u-,-. when t cornea to IrappinK die ball. During a match the ball GOIfM l.iH-nl Cricketers Will Greet W.I. Heroes The Commute* which H.I itppo.nted to make r* lions ror the reception of th< "tit Indtai Cnckat Team I exparleiicing .some difflcully i.i finalizing plan*, bacaui i %  ol the date nd lun of arrival of s s. "Matlni The ^hip is expected to leave ih( bngdorn on or about Hod "f 'ln>. DMM lake ,TOr thirteen days to reach Barbado.s Again, due lo ihc fact thut tno Matina" ma> remain in port loi a very ahort Urna, the form m receptUm ma> have tn undergo changes at the last nomenl Hown^patch In Mis.... I. COnduet them through a pat'iway lined i. crlcketen dmwi from all Ihe clubn taking perl ll the Crleke* I III UP ami rep. rcaentntlves ot Uta B.C I. A 1.L'. will i..' ereotad In Tnmlaj oil il is hoped that lit* BaceUenc] the Governor wilt b. present An lllvunmaie.i Addres will be read and c Captain John Ooddard Vbatl aftei* the Team ill be entertainih.iiption luncheon %  the Marine Hotel, when fortm Weal lodke representatives, two Cruba, Daambera ol th' 1 Crieki imil and r-.-i.tiua ol •' |j be invited to attend An oOclal dinuei a ill bo bal i at a later diile. when Mr. J. M f. er of tha Team an Mr. F. Clairmonte •• Selector will %  turned home. An appeal will i>c made t" IM i community, schoonei tapums to fly theli (lass, bunttniai nd other Jacoration i on tt ktrtval of the Team. TnOI it arffl "' "^cn Uml bt log dona lo ensure thai a HtUui reoaptii .i.'d Iheee .imbasjaulort who i*" 1 I %  much ol tbeee i .,, .I.I a %  i landi In the Unite' Kingdom | Kills I'rdess you can in mn it .iistanlly under control, so tlwi i lies pat at your feet. c lost In llrst-clasa foolball Practise It Kr allce Uu-.—ne mattrr from arhal angle or from what heln( diiball Is movanf towards vou. yon ram only "kill It" that t>. stop iiin..v i on nt entirely—by tormina an angle between yaur M.C.C. Grtake. Tram Ni-i'ds Eiicourugciiit'iit (By ALLAN IIOBVl The most pilloried team in cricket luatory, the aide which has evoked more defeatist whlmpartnga and bluboarinjjra than any :h.-i ... %  : %  \nslialia The] haveo'i %  hope aneer the > ynlca 'They'll get the i>i^geat thrashing nf all time Here in I. isn't really HI lha know-alls. I ask you, what a send-of lh>w %  %  Maybe oe papei Ihea haven't %  rhance MIIVIH' thrre Isn't a Larwood, a Tale, a Jnrdine or a HedU;. Veiiti but thej haven't lust yet and they're better ban the moanera think Nothinij Impossible So give them ,< hand Si-.>i> the A-eepinp and waiUnv ll nillcd and un-Bntudl give thl> grossly side some encouragement If our Test men let ruthleaal) lit, if they light and field .von the ill-out will-to-win spirit from thiOrel ball well, nothing r %  ui ithfetea proved fan %  i .i i avt me, Ihe Auatral HI i tre ittna out men lightly Alii my. with that almost ghoulish rrimness tiuA bring to even TOal natch, they have launched their I %  ..r One famous Australian, writing i. .i Mend in 'his countr) aboul iui. ii .II Bydm i ltd hi be the ring in the raid added Tall Len Hutlon re ahall be walttng lor him.'' i be Implication is obvtoui Well, ihere .'. %  ui Uali "ii "i inii'iiidiitiiiri H right bach stupid Bale Should the prceent tupld, utter* l> kindernaiteii Uhli-'. .ne ruh %  i Judging from Ihe lelieis I bOVO %  following my oa And soon Kv Swa. tilling Cup "' s A > mtcrnatlonal Gilbert II. -.on. ix i, pale shadov of what it once i Anothei M.imi MMiunenti 'Ping-pong is the right oame to ikfenslve ii.ithall stroki aba h i ruining the I play el oold neve ii. vement, %  /ell. ""-re |^< boys, pou couldn't ask fur better ad,...• Ilia.. Ihni If you would MJce 10 read luil CUkt t"l> Wrtflhr has lo soy. 0M your Jollier to Mil Hpe "'.• Fi-ilhall Associaiion's Book (or Rons, 1950-51 (Naldrell Press. 10s.). fi u full .ie.i o\ pnnnpir Tin* DidOm • togi' al It menii ihnt Boo'l a aiod hand I.us full ra!i*lor n i is %  %  lor an e iili iHuda I .Tn 4, r i %  ami mur.i ui iii o %  care ia nil of 'ht i 1 .--IUIII aho The rxrcpiion i Ihu rule b I and %  ilna A A K 7 j : v \ j s e s A 10 s en laser* %  uincr %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  'tuald not oid ica'ii* direct %  %  %  %  i inal Bid i I'TallO'^ %  i i 10 Man of! i-i rhrce spadr* n II i %  On* '-..da -Two .Spud:-to N %  With Ihe ia %  a r.vjid North r ""iD!f nann n ee Sp'a'ii ana •t %  i I % % %  %  j loa f v> os j I.M: Bm herM i • %  Ice or ..i. ad can) i Cluo A genuine ir %  o d u aeaoon %u u.a in J r.cn .^iii o.ci i .... an. I the message Uun oucnrr has game ambitions and would wri second ttrH After tlir One Spodr -Two R|*de>. South *KJ0ftJ. VAJg &f ., A 10 7 4 11 North hs-J a soums a r.l i-i the trial ami n %  V.O)i\ 'i DO ll '-r.RVtD %  lor RaymOO F. Queved' .mparativc new comer lo |lilica. electe i for Laventille. AtlUa. the well-known Calypsonlan Alllee Survives Hy Six Voles 0 From Page I. he aald aWW 01 offered lo withdraw his motion of censure if the Government woulu agree to this solution 1-rm* Minister Herbert i-ejected this offer immediately be started to speak. Ho ,-,',^-,',r-',o*-',-,*,','-^o'.^<.r.o^n.^r-o*,0's' H i i o \ i •: i >i A RUBBER FLOOR COVERING In 4 BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS 3 FEET WIDE @ S3 32 Yd. SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM, PASSAGE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc. CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY lncfp>jrst l.'-tg tAOuTVl WiO ;-'/',',',-,','.'/*,',v,',',',',v,v.-,*,'-*.v,',v-v,',-.-,'-'-',--'//,'-'-'.'.'/.' CHURCH OF BIBLE PROPHECY BEGINS EVANGELIST IC SERIES PASTOR C. P. REID, EXPOSITOR with God's Message man wit Jamaicn Beat Trinidad ..1 L IS Jamaica won a %  are lo-nlghi %  sturdy and Jimmy Parqueaon da I,:I Ho, and Ouo Muni(Trinidad) :t 6;6—S;6 4 '1 '. .* B In the < sribbeaa i -> n Toonli :-h.no|.ioiiviu|if alloVi id i" doaarlnat" atlft I R | do you think Aiiinring I'mnh Id bare-knuckle fighter. the late Thoous Salmon Whiteb his grandson Randolph Turpin .it Watford last week. In the second roiind agalnal thBelgian Conga Ell I indon, TurS m let go .i leit hook %  %  roe move ment the mllk-ehocolabi Randolpti lirought u|i ihe srlekedesl tell up... I %  i %  ring it struck fllghtninkt Turpin ' tba .%  .-H REID U re. .KI ;; .need as a Bible Student *; .vho he i a grasp on o w jti t conditiona In the \ light ol Bible Prophecy. *J H h'.i been hoard and ** iipprecialed by 1 a r g • {* aucena. in Jamaica, the £ imab, and British GulWith over thirty-six o ysjasna ot experience, he \ i .. -it-'*v^^^^ Thcyll D<> V Every Time / •£?&!!# ELEVATOR SERVICE! T.VE BECM PRESSING THAT 8UTTO-J "OR rv/E VHNJTES--X fiOTTM CATCH A PUWEJ! By Jimmv Hatlo T MR. SLOBURN.' TELEPHONE)! V0UR WIFE IMPORTANT!! 4 *CRY TO GET OUT ASP TMS PMOSE ALWAyS RINSS • THAV,* -TO L'CUT. x.siSMrrz, SUMMER TIME Call in To-day Hid Impact our ranee of Tropical Suiting, Specially Selected % -in cnmfoi' in Ihis Wbr.y VMthar. REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO >>LEASE ITS SCHOOL TIME PANAMA HATS LINENS for UNIFORMS UNDEHWEAR ANKLE SOCKS, Elc. E1 BOYS' CAPS SHOES SHIRTS | VNI1r.IHVF.AH, Etc, THANIS I'r. Wm. Hnj St IHal 3466 FAIR DAY IN AMI Of S( l-alrlck's Dally Mesls and the Free l i. iniin. ir i School WILL BE HELD AT Th* I KSt LINK CONVENT SATt'RDAV -!8lh (H'TOBEK From 3 p.m. to 63(1 p m B) kind permission of Col. Mlchelin & Capt. Raison : %  '•..... i %  All-r.iinu ADMISSION :;; till I Lovely I'rtsea 4— be won b> a Lady. Girl >y with the Lucky Numlii". There nil be a atlectlon <>r Panes A Onuuriental Work. Useful Household Articles. Kata Baskets, Treys, Boxes, etc.. made by the Arts and Crafts Department of the School P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. SCORERS IN TAILORING ARTISTIC Si I-J4F.FCL HOI SHIOLI) GOODS Wheel of Fortune lisap-La nllh Its AUnrtlve I'rlies A other Attrartionsr Post uu,.,Stacked with Parrels and Letters Toys. DolU -Santa Claus with In-, presents. Refiaehineuti S %  lamburgern. Hot Dogs. khea. Sweet Drink. IC %  .eill \. I'ony Ride, etc J Support is ateatotaed \ Please Cesne. See. Buy and Help the Cause i* _^^^_ P II • a %  -.-. -i tdHtWK'UWWiy: WILKINSON & IIAYiNES CO., LTD. .******#*•'***' '**>"> %  >*>*' AUSTIN REED SHIRTS Neat in Fine Stripes with SEPARATE TRIIBENI8ED COLLARS ALL SIZES AT $7..0 NOW IN STOCK AT C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE f w.*.:*.::::-'--'V.'*','.•,w/.w/.',w.w.v.v/.w


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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER *0. 1M* BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE RIVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. TIltPHOBI 2SOg DIED *MMI nTEixc. at her feaidanc*. ros. Hoed. !! luMB RMt 1MM A l*MI. '* %  fir* an-tatd*' Th bndj w*. intarrM %  ( St HtMi.< DM falkxtirvg even in g. |H S.T,.II. I9 Ruby %  y Prearod. Mr, <].*)arra MM Orarrtetilldren Sun-In.la** Mi Jullu %  Mt. FNelir. Preateal >Aunt of MriMM *. bHUWf. .I0—Ir. I h. i la t rMidene* el AM llm il WID" '"' If "i fB'MK CHur** rVLVN TAI.MA THANKS WK l>iunder slgne*, Ukr this oppor • .nrty of ir'.nfelng all traaa* wl kindly sent fk. %  •*. a Bias ki ny ether w %  >mrtny in our .mW Jar* 3S IN MKMORIAM IN lorlnf memory of our Dear MMMr .Mr. ANNA MATILOA O-xUmilX.. • r Ml asleep on September St. 1*41. Slwp on beloved )i>ui oik I* O'or Youi loving Hand* will loll no mot* For ihow yon loved, you did eour be.i. Ood grant you Hu eternal real Ever lo be rwmnbffBl by her loving children and grand children IK mm... of MOSBUdE IIACKBTTT nee Phillips* '>" %  |***d away mt Nrw ^orh on Scviambrr JO. IMS The only link' death cannot sever. Are lovr and mernaev; Thr> lie* lorfVB. U>-e*. laal gift. M'kott iHudBuidi. I, Llal* *nd Otw Hu. EOi** M>d "HW"Vork Papa*, pleae* • • 9 -In In lovmg memory of our beloved mother and gr.^ndinotler Mils A DOHA ICC NIC* il. who foil asleep on Septenib*. aath. I*T Her pleat-nt w*Y* an! smiling face Were a pl< (IU if to recall She h-.d a kindly word for each And died be-tied by all HmrvB long our live, may laal Whatever tana. • viet* Whatever Jo* or giiaf be our*. Well aUay. think ol you Mr* Edna Edward* .daughter.. Agatha Edward* .gratuj-daugtitar'. Mot. Hollln. miff 10.9 SO In FOR SAI i; AUTOMOTIVE CAH 11134 model Che* in perfect order New ivroa No reasonable: *ppl> J. M 1 l. George olel Car Engine iMltrr*. 4 new offer refuses) OT.-I Intoni. MUM -4n FOB BENT BOUSES JTV "sxmz. %  BOOKINGS Marine Garden*. Apart, writ, mi* ready tor orrvgatnc* Apply in Gibar-n. Marine Hotel * t PCHLIC Minns NOTICE NOTICE la Itr.efav given th*t a Meet. n. of the Clerka' Division of ihr CsrlSbaaii Worker* Union. .Ill be held *• Ihe Union hewdqu atari. SvTiagogWa Lano on Thursday night Sepi Hot al 7 3D -harp rafTT r.RimiH. Oeneral Socretarr it t .8—sn NOTICE re the BMato of AIAMIZA 1JBA7M* UA9HIXY NOT1CK II KCMMBY OlVaVt that all paroona having any debt or claim* agalnil the Batata of Ak.n.gaaaaW Laahary. daceaaad. lata of Cave-wood Rnarl. H'twella Ooea Road. In tho pariah of Balnl Mi.h-rt In Ihi. M.ncl who died on the Mh day of Ma* itM. %  IrHaalate. air raqueated lo ar luaig ra—rd only to aurti clabaM of ahMh 1 ahall then have had notice and t win not bo liable far the aarata or any part thereof an dleVtbuted lo any oar*ti of wheat debt or claim 1 thai) not .ndablad to Ihe aaltt aro requeued to tattle their aald IndabtadnaM without delay. Dated thia tttb day of July. IMO CLaFVOHD Al JI.N/A 1 ASIIIJ v aJau known aa CUfferd Aloiua Sanlth Qua 11 AM Adrnlralatrwtor of toe Ek> Ute of Alonia Bteater taahkay decaaaI %  W-an NOTICE NOTICE IS prraoru having ai the eetaie of I caaaad tale of Panb Han ut Ihi lit day PI Hl.lt >\IS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER IHIIU a i Ml ran %  y tMnn*a1Mrndatiun> of Lloyd* Aaent wa win tall at our Man at n Hig *J on Waa^NafaOAV the Hth aa> %-m Taaa Cooking Bmw. 1 la-It. Tin. Cherrle. Sale II Jt o'clock Term, la." t;i: \NKI FTROTMAN CO. Vurln.nrrrx It • aO-fn SEAL ESTATE The undaraafaed will be %  _' their fT ankagaiown. tap am b er MM. the Sugar Work. K -r tattona CANE VALJE and MAXWFjj_t Chri^ Church containing togaiNer by eatlanatiaai ltd Acmns ACnXAOK la Plant Canaa — *'. ACRKAGE ACWrAGE Arrae There will alee be eold with the taH Ptaad a dat la t On* Dodge Motor LaaTT*. I Milch Cowa. I Mula and 1 araall 3.wheeled Carl. Tor further particular, and .-onaninr. of ale apaty to the undentgnad: COTT1*. CATTDRD CO g • *.—llr rsTuu'itw Housr vut ... %  landing on 1'. acre, of land ITiurrh. and IUVIJJJM; MOUSE il.nd •eraa of land at taitemrK ["hurt-h. and adtolnltig ironed pre n ik u* The abuvemenlloTicd *t up for tale by Publl. tut Offfcre. No 14 JamrStreet. Brllgr lawn, an rudajath September 1**" Inapeclion on application to Mra I.icin .in (ha premise* VXAHWOIIU A BOVta. Solicitor* >•. au-a" gfX AM 11.i beainnlna at irtk-W — Iron Kettle* ins received from the Oei 1 will ael up lor sale b. at their yard, on Thuradai I at IIM pm the follow H Ga. Stova. Lot of CHasa-doer Cpbuarti3t< Iron PedMra.lt .._, Il Blec-lrle Mlaar. IRI A-^irirsl Mattraaae.. Hi Bakelltr Container %  !! Gardener*. Hut. Lot Tape and W r. Dal**. -) %  Elactrtc Stertliirr. VegelaMe %  learner, 'li Iron Chair*. nn X-Ray Part.. %  !> Gaa Mterlli.rr. Soda Water H. niton Bottle.. HI na--.-r.il fafc. 'H X-Ray Tube. t ~ >d. Iron Ventilator* Baa ol Surgical unarnu. -IStrom Kettle*, ill Dre*iTrolley. ber ItM. after which Oiler* in writing data we ahall proceed lo dlatrlbule the ado* Telephone asaeta a* lha dareaaed among the parts t 3a--aii pic. entitled thereto having regard only •uch claim* of which we ahall then 'a had notice %  and we ahall not liable for Ihe aaaet* or any part raol to distributed to any persun ol use debt or claim we shall not then haw* had nota* And all perron* Indebted to Ihe aald itala are rrque.ted lo settle theli Inn-liirdnesa without delay Dated thl. 2tth day of July 19*0 SAMUEL POI^LARD GERAIJ)INE DAN 112. Uuojiflcd Executor* ol lha will of irullna SUnmonr dateaaad. l.l.aft-dn. A (JIRI ii,-.i.i CanaraBfa POULTRY TURKEYS-Reven Tui keys lor breedlh ticular* Dial (4g3 lull grow i •e. For par It t Ml 3n LIVESTOCK I'lT-ptES null MastilT On. unn J I'lu.iles. aaceilent breedin 1. K. D Edwards 414A MUX i-AHl A MARNE-MI In good londillon Htr.g •-*> IhertaTnirne. %  Mile Hill. St Michael MECHANICAL Bicycle. 3 Speed rally new Raleigh Pboite. B4gg a— 30 t SOI One hand npar.ttrd BACON SIJCING MACHINE Apply B V Scott Co Lid.. Whlteparh. 13 t faV-t.f n. Avitoir.V:. Apply J. La Ltd. Electr. • I'MllH CIJaAK Wllh ex Cuaiama House Work. Far ipplT K R. ii % %  Co Ltd MISCELLANEOUS JUNIOR CLERK for our Lumber Tai and Hardware at Sir. Men*. Ht I'cta Apply -II writing and In paraon. RAO CHAIXENOR. LTD.. Bridgetown IttM—• ^NOTICE JAMBS SHEPHERD, Deeeaaed. Nt)TICIt is HEHEBV GIVEN that all person* hating any debl or claim aaalnat (lie SMBB M JggfaSl sBhwdtgadL <( %  Town WANTED i Rook Work Apple II and wriling Wathln* A Co k Street 30 • BO4n :IK A -I-T..I i < ,„.k household Experieii mce* required Applj > Ad vacate Co I %  P O Boa Bit tt-4. particular. Dial tWI p. o vn in ND1VIDUAL COACHING by English ,iv*r*liv Gradual* School Ceriiffcal* and Commercial Proof-Readin*. Typing and stencilling ernclamly and quiehly KJI PirpIIJt FOR niLAWINC. A PAINTBSa CLASS New term start* 30th Sepiem pm landscapeA Life etc Ar Kg] BM3M BUMI %  I'"-* T( ,.|ii-ii'.e 4137 30 t 0 In LfJBT OftE ualr al Ttrrt '. %  •# betwten Public %  '.iildnsiii and 'Broad Ma* m*rked P B 0"W & FOI'NU LOST HI..II ui...— I lUlBIIIT.II Ol HAN FCBNAMX. SHIPPING NOTICES Pnf of AoMit.tff.nl Town rVuninorrr :. Invtta] f. i tsM pool ul AssUUm Town Ensina-or tp the BoroujEh of Ssn Ftnundo. Trinidad. BWI Applicants who must be ovtr th*> •ge of 31. must be posgVstfd of a ticgrrr or diploma in Civil sinor Muiiii-iual EnginetTiiig Irta-n a recognised Unlverrdt). Th" salarv of the pott which is prnsionaWa. is *a.400 00— $10 00 -$2,880 00 per annum with a Temporary Wsr Allowance of $28*VOn per annum. The applicant will be lvf|uired tu provide hit own car for Which Travelling Allowance of $480 IHI per annum Is provided Pssaage to Trinidad will be provided the successful candidate Applications enclosing copic< ol rredcnttnl*. and Ihe names of two references should be addressed io the Town Clerk. San Fernnr.do. Trinidad, B W I and close* on 15th October, 1*50 ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. • Ml IM. FROM IK'HII'ts MTtlMlg AND ANTW1SC' %  s H*et.!u> Sapt Stth 30th Oct AOL\n FBOM A at ItK BO AM a DOVBB m • "Bonaire'' S—ytsi ub ll ISih BAILINO TO TttntlltAn rARAMABISO m* %  rt.i-... %  S*w list %  -BonaUe" Oct 3rd -ttuvi, TO MADK1BA. FITMOITU. ANTWgRr AND AUtTSROAM m -Wilatrn t ad Sept lath m %  "Ocanjaatad" Oel ITtli .limited p**s*r*f*t *ccornrnodat Ion available on this vessel' i p MraaoN. SON a co LTB AOKMTS The M V Canbbee" will accepi Cargo and Pastanigert fr L>ornlnlea. Antigua. MomNerrat. Nevit and St Kitta Sailing Friday 22nd BVW4.. ^ha^faser Owner* Aass. (In. > Tel. Ns. 4MT Canadmn National Steamships That'i why ———^. more tons, the world over, are"" hauled on Goodyear giant tires than on any other make! 0 Forpcrformauwae-maeage— Wm%m$QmJfmB |rUnt tire* are beat. I ti sxc ertx-tou^li — but longest— give Ifjrveatt oomt-pcx-nxilA. given Dial 33u* BARBADOS FURNITURE RtMOVIR Codringtoiv Briltoir. X Bd CANADIAM CBinSBJt IAI>Y NBLSON CANADIAN CKAL1XNUI IADY BODNFV CANADIAN IADY wrv BOONEY LADT NM.M '. lAOY BODNFY LADY NE1AON GARDINER AUSTIN WANTED MALE CLERK wllh prevteu* • %  lanlalson or Fertor> Book keeping ekprrlrnce STBNO-TVTtET lull> QualUIrd FEMALE CIJWK wllh previau* Sal..i*. I..i the above position* e.perlence N., person will be considered who has not tk*f required quallftcahon. Applicant, to apply in person with arntien application to the Secretary liOMttlM* ESTATES A TBAfatMa to. LTB.. ECKSTEIN BKOM HAY STBEET J^ HARRISON IJNE|S !" {/ OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. S.S. FACTOR" TI.ANTER" TEMPLE ARCH smtoNiA" (1EOLXXS1ST" I. pool L (1 BBSS Liverpool If, btough 1 London :...ii.!..n Uverpool lh Sept IOUI s-c' 5th Sept 20th Sept 30th Sept HOMEWARD KOR THE UNITED KINODOM Togsol For Clotat In attrbadc ,'.Vr',V/,V/.'AV/.*.WA'. FURNISHING? LET THIS :4/#OG4*/> and CEDAR SPEAK FOR ITSEI.E lied and -Hum M V.rd.obe •er and %  nolleo Kedataad*. single .1.. Fullp* iir I l>-d and pan railed Wardrobe*. M I...MBig M.II...-IO %.. wide inner dri Hovelled Mirror 'siighti OIIIJ tTS Vanl'le. n 1-oVi.l-l Sl,leV.iulv M.ni... Tub. B*Tge<* or / Suite* or sepai ale piece* 1* combination Radio and Cocktai loading Table-China Cabin Tablaa-eUdeboetd*. Troika in.. Caar*. AND MAiVY ,1 THINGS VII'H SS "MOONCREST" SS "JUrfflCREST" Ixindon Late September tarty Oelnbcr For further informatioi apply to— DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.—A*ent 4 II-I.II 1IIV\SVIIIMI("I Fr-mh Un SS '•OASCCX;NE %  Sailing la TRINIDAD on Ih* ISII.. Scplombvr. 1990 TARE W WJ B W.I CT. S.S \-ASCOCINF. Sailtnl tu MiTUniqup. Uuadaloup* PLYMOUTH and LE HAVRE on Ihe Hat September. 1*911 R. M. For furlhpr paitlculars. JONES & CO., apply to:— LTD.-Agenls. I LS. WILSON § C Trafalgar Slrret Dial 40M j' GOVERNMENT NOTICES Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes %  Tour akin ha* nearly 50 million liny team* nnd pore* where germ, hide and cauae terrlblo Ilcnlng. Crachlng. Ecaema. Faelina;. Bgrnlng, Acne, ttlr.a-wr.rm. Paorlaaia. Btackh-ads. Plmplea. Pool Itch and other blnnlihe*. Ordinary treatments give only temporary relief aaoawae they d not KW Ihe germ cause. Th new diaeovery. Nls*d*rm kill* the germ. %  Vmmt Engisiecr AJ'pLICATiUNS aic invited foi the pott of TOWN ENGINEER, llorough of Sun Fernando. Triniad. BTW.I. Applicant* must be fully qualified Electrical Engineers holding the degree of Associate Membership of the Institution of Electriil Engineers or its equivalent. xperience of Civil ami .it Munipal Engineering will be an asset 1 the applicant. The duties 01 tne poet comprise the adminittrstlve and executive Control of ths Uorougti's Engineering l^partment as follows:— 1. The Electricity Works consisting of the Diesel Generating Station of 2,000 KW Installed capacity together wllh Transmission and Distribution Lines of 2.300 Volts 3 Phase 80 Cycle operation. 2. The Municipal Seivices consoling Inter alia uf the Wnter Distribution S>-.lcni. ths Road M^nli-mmo' lha Scavetiging Services, and the control of Building Operation" of the Town of San Fernando. The post, which is pensionkble, .,,,,%  ., s-L.1 .-I .H4l> " (20.00 — (4,800.00 per annum with a Temporary War Allowance of $288 00 per annum Qunrtcrs arc provided at .n rental value of 10 per cent per month of Matt) The applicant will be required to provide his own car for which a TravelIlrtg Allowance of 1800.00 per annum is provided First Class pa'g** will be provided the successful candidate who must be between the ages of 35—45 Applications for the post close 'on 15th October, 1*50. and should contain copies of ctedentials and the names of three iWotvneSs addresser' to the Town Clerk, San Fernam'io, Trinidad. B.W I 11 9 50 Apr-ointment of Cotton Inspectors APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Cotton Inspector inder the Sale of Cotton (Amendment) Act, 150 fl50-36) in each if the undermentioned six areas for a period of nine month* In the first instance, from 1st October, 150, to 30th June, 1*41*— (1) Parishes of SL Philip and St. John (2) Parishes of St. James and St. Thomas (S) Parishes of St. Peter and St. Lucy (4) Parish of Christ Church (5) Parish of St. Michael (6) Parish of St. George. 2. Applications should be addressed in writing to the Director of Agriculture. Bridgetown, and thould reach him not Inter than 23rd September, ISM. 3 Further details will be supplied on request. 17 Vacant Post of Assistant Vrterinary Officer, lu-paiiiMi-m of Scifrtvce and Africulture, Barbados. APPLICATIONS arc Invited for the pott of Ataistanl Veterlruir* Officer. Department of Science arid Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary* Surgeon*, or hold equivalent qualification.* The post is pensionable and MiTM ialary on scale of 32,880 x 8144 to $4,320. Point of entry determined by experience and quail flea tions. Applications mentioning the names of two referees should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture. Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than 18th October. 11*50 rtht-i ftataill will tie supplied on request For amU—Con td ^rSCEIXANEOUS %  "is T Biiftwiia anal I* m a eoft. clear, allrscflv.. vM*>ti -kin In one weak or money back on returi '• cuaranteed Niaadarm from your Nixoderm r.rS.I. Troniltl If package U*t • tfBSSJ oIKlre ,. l^.r VBOBTABL S SB ftDS To Btt tt *t *•" %  — lANDRirni St rran u* tLNlt-HT ttt IS-Sn BBovd '""'il TAKKS-4 water lank, gallon* Can k* sam foundr) Dock Yard yAWL--Trap*d*approa 3Tti raat long with Or*r Wan** artgfn* Oaad bargain. Apply is a ta-T r %  "SiK"" I 50 In m :.ii# f m it .... When you order from . THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ie deliver by Motor Van r of liroad and Tudor Streets loa votm imai IAMCB MlilTVRl. \M)Kt.W B*pi l v I*0sr*ll.a life Asss*laU.s I. r B AH.ISTHoNd LTD, hllXIfCTllWr* IAHBAIK1S TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH tRAYONH HHt ATIONAL TOYS I lit \P IMITTLE OPENERM I I II I.I Vs Jual Arrived To IOIINSON S S|,\ IIONKKV And ii \ciiw \i;l MANY PEOPLE "Unbreakable Pot." Anthurium Lilies 4 *rV,W*l'e*//-V.'.V.V.V// VIN8Z0IANOS AMIGOS ii-.ii.il. I nWletfeM gd OSeB rgypt THANI Brot. S A I. I FOH I nun IV i me, i 'St! MAXWELL COAST \ o Tin; KINDI.V NOTK thai Ih.uiiderm.iilii.m'.l BtaM will rem.ln elowd on THI'KSUAV. 2II trail %  '" %  (;. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTI> THE MODERN DKF.SS SIIOTPK Br.ti.il 20 B 5U :.t. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. INC. IN B.C. MIHIHWniSi; JVEWfil! FASCINATING FABRICS for all Orrisions (..orrrmiKrtxirriiAnglaise al $3.90. M-33. MM and fa 46 per yard Crepe Romalae i several thades) at SI 7* per yard Fig. Saltn— white, pink. hlue. cream al ll.M per yard Fid. Crrpedrligntful desigru at 1. per yard These and a lot more beautiful and *mart looking material! have just been received by thS • "Brookhurst" and -Mnoncrest" SHOP SAVK AT FOGARTY'S. Mllltl TO fllAIRMKX. t till MISS KIM US OF IIU.IIWAYS 1MI OTIII IIS WANTED TO RENT: W.TH OPERATOR*TWO OR THREE ROAD ROLLERS FROM 4 TONS TO 8 TONS FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST ONE MONTH PHONE 82B2 QUASI-ARC WELDING EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRODES. Your enquiries for WELDING PLANTS unii squirm, nl will receive prompt attention from our experience.. SUIT. All types of Ferrous and Non-Fcrrous ELEC* TRODES available ex stock BRITISH OXYGEN" WELDIN'i AND CUTTING EQUIPMENT We Invite vou to inspect our stock of standard items. Special enquiries will receive our InunsdlStfl advice and attention. STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATIONS—"FIRTH BROWN" WE have now In stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS and art' fullv equipped to handle fabrications to your desifin in this modern, acid resis'.injr steel Tho BAJKBABOS ItHMUir Ltd. SI. Michael. While Park Saad. Dial: I.. M. u Thia modern home, %  landins in .'.1*97.1 vi fl K..u. l> n.nlnK and drawlns; ronni. III,-., k.uhen t.n.t halh riK.ni. Rlsht .....I ..u.t,.l.l. **r*MH. Many fruit tree* .....I I..1T Of IANII to Rait or Caiablam-a iT.sjV *| (t encloaed on three aldea l.v wall C.n b.' ...Id with ... ..... Further partlculara from HAHHMHIS KKM KSTA'I V. \C.KNCY >Vj-^^^o^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v^^^^ ion SALE WINDY RIDGE Paynei Bay, St. James. Thl. rtvwlert. '—**• Id lumgal-.v. bull! ..f .oral f grounda and enjoys a tari "i*r vs. gargi i .lit i-droor... twilh basinx. 1 IfSlHgaa. dining i 'nlleti (leta.hf-tl garage. •liHetrx.Mi I rsaa mid ftawanrig ahruta* PMawG JOHN M. BLADON A F S K V %  KAI. i -I \li \I.I N I \ I'hogir 4Slu —; e : \I f I |rM I I. 'l.llLl.llllHI111) 1 111 III.. un//m .or it mtm:ns run Ovajgfgfff, (iiaurd I'dwrier. Orape Imli Mag, llelni Mall Vinegar. Helm Majannalv. Oranir Msrmaladr Silver I rineapplr Jult-r. Aprlro4s. 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WEDNESDAY. in:,.. ll.VKBADOS ADVOCATE PAOI I In Carlisle Bay left Franca* W Srmi> *<• MH.in. k-h Man B Caroline Sch W 1 hnHk. Irti lit* III. Mark, K* t-ad* 1 DitHm, *H Emetine. f>l> L-%  %  ha. Mil iMhutir %  ., ark. MarAtM Wfciiuhtr. Sen Emanuel C OeMjn. 9rh Csrfl r_ Smllh. Sen GenaeiUa W St* W L BunKla. Srluxrcr Luciltat M Smith. W ten. net r,pt H>— u. tan Bniiaii Quuu s , i—i iiodny. t.se-T lona ns>(. kcr>a** Brof M-. SB icm nx. Co. Bavl*. fr..m Wr%  > Guiana DFI'AHTUrUBS •V Smllh. 14 ion* i<-t, Capl llaaaal, (or BritiM Ogtuia S B Alcoa Itonrrr. .01S limi Ml. Cap* Mut-rllr. tor %  Preparing Harbour Log New YMCA Grounds WEIGHT MEN AMI TWO BOYS a-* were hard .1 work yesterday felling and clearing trees which have grown on the land behind Union Lodga. Pinfold Street. Th. land which has an area of ovi three acre*, has been bought by tha YMCA. 1o provide play grounds lor members. It Is believed that it will lake -bout three months before the levelling process can be started When the land i levelled there will be cricket and football IWcbB. lawn tennis courts and net ball I it. lies The billiard table which was on the toy floor of in* old building is now under the sleeping quarters of the Union Lodge and three tab)* tennis boards arc placed in tha shed at the back of the Lodge There is also a Scout room in the ahed which is now undergoing repairs and being fitted with llutirvsccnt lighting. Mr. H. H. Williams told the Advocate yesterday that Union Lodge which is the new headquarters of the Y.M-C.A. will f anlml ly be altered and extended on to the playing fields so that there will be ample room for all the boys. He thinks that the building and layout when finished will be Ideal. T HE MUSICAL sections Of the Bridgetown Central and Wellington Street Corps of the Salvation Army will give a "Service of Songs" at the weekly United Holiness Meeting In the Bridgetown Central Hall. Reed Street, on Thursday September 21 at 8 pm Items will be given by the Senior Songsters, Young People'* Singing Companies. Youth Groups and Corps Cadet*. Than will ba a Comm Listening of Senior Songsters. The Divisional Commander. Major A E. MoftVtt will preside. Illl viuitm \\ Ml lM \l In Touch With Barbados Coastal Stations able and Wiralpaa iW %  I Ltd advia* (be: Ili* rail iv. comml.nicalr Will tinlolamina hip> Ihfmiah u-aii Ila.l>ado* OMM BUI IUII 83 Nrimulv, SB. Mat maty.>ra II M.S. | s Canadian eruiwi S S Airx-an llann SK Lorrlo. RS Ba*anw. It Fan-on. SI IMMMU. SS. Oaaeocnr. S S. Alroa Ploiwri. S K liana. t.m. S.S. S. M.mica. SS. 8. So**. II Hrt.illa. 11 Cap-llama Paul Lrnwr. IS Alcoa Coraair. SI. Sasitiatir. IS DorooMlMMa. IS. A. Ulicaoll l-almri. S s. Vamps. SS. Asaiha. II Sheridan. SS Georsiua 1". Andraadla. SS PaUl V ICTOR JF.MMOTT of Country Road. St. Mlchaal was put on a bond for one month by His Worship Mr. E. A. Mrl.end yesterday for using indecent language on Tudor Street The offence was committed on September 19. Uull Mr-ad.**. IS. wonnau. SS LoaSe Haiti, SS. BaeU. SS. Foil Ho>-al. SS Tarftua. 1.1. __USa>. S.8. Salania. IS. Ealrio. S S. Miipax, SS. Lieiana, SI HaanhildbroS S David Riilanhouaa, SS. Ctudad 1i*..bo, SS llurworth, SS IM-nPart SB Arrhlriiad>i SS TUB on. 93 Paluca. SS Monnackitr. Kasani Leopard. 8.S Alcoa Pilsnm and T. Saararec. 5 8 3 Ts r aSa, S.B. Mm Seawell Design /'of Living H* i .V.H. I liMBpswss THE CARIBBEAN MEDICAL CENTRE. Inangnratad during tha war to protect tie health of the Armed Force* batted on tha island*, baa as an continaed as a health servira to the public. The main laboratories of tha Canhbeaa Madlcal Centre an in Port of Spain. Trinidad, and tha service la extended to the BrlUih and the Amencan tarritorlaa in tha Caribbean. The picture >how> Mr Woo and Mr. A. Lee Yuen raaminliig some of tha hundred* cf blood slides which pass through the laboratories every day.. • Express. Tourist Week Planned To Make Citizens Better Hosts an ... Il.harl TTUMI1AD -. Stanley. Ullai. Volney. Yvonne l ( Pel** ParaA, Jaequea Crem*r. HI rnrnrr, rjlil-da Ti-mnlar. Jim John Mrrrj Judith nafcei. ElOallakcr. War)i>rt Baker. Char lea RK-hard Morion. John lliaann. Hodriaiin. Ma rmn Archer. %  rda. Chas Willrrd Wilvi %  Alain hobaoa. David Itobaall. San* Kodriaue*. mini ot % %  HUci run r\fnr* ivic, "" < %  "• High Water: 17.40 p.m. YESTERDAY Rainfall tCodrlrurlon) 02 1ns. ToUl for month to yasterdi): 3.8* ana. TrmperaUire (Mix.) %  %  %  I Temprraturr (Mln.) 74 5"F Wind DII r. i 19 a-m.l E. (3 p-m.) K. Wind Vrloell) I'i milea per hour. Buromeirr <9 a.m.) S.94 13 p.m.) ?.*02. ... Ci.in-r Allan Bamaid-v Bao-B*. Michael iianie. Anihony tIK ii w>r>. Joan Krlnslvr. Jacuualmr Hafccr. Prig* Goodlnf. Kliiabatn Uoodlng. •• rrom ASTIOITA: Kdwafd lluUon, Dd\id Cook*. Mar} E\>n Cooke, John Orlflln nii'\an us — T S.WMA X John HumpHrev. PamaU Mllrhvll. Onvld Dvau. Jc Mir had Humphrey. Anlhotiy Mllchrtl. • %  i-'i Davaui. John I. — ; n r 1.1 HaU, JoM-pt. Hold. Kcnnf ..a Arrhpr. WiUUm Aicrtcr i mrrr. John Law. Rita Baaanla. Has. nD! %  •"£*,„. Inion, Norman BO G...I,Pi.ilUpa. Xalhlren IAIIS 1-or Ua IJUAWA' Mi.. Elana Slaat. Mi.. Mart S Mra Mrrcede* Planchnn. Mr Maurice J.nr. Mr. Calailna Hmirlenmtu. JJr Juan Imriy. Mr. Jov Pumlc" Mia MH Puanl. Mr, ^Wafta. *'•*? % %  klr. Vlrior Alvart*. M>, JaVCard l.>.ry. Mr Ramon Imri-y. Mr Carr Axlonla. Mr. Julia Young, Mr Pernando Trti|i|1o. Mn Elfa Tru|lllo. Mi. Bauix.. Brtlo. m cwi* M" Anna Caen Anil GIVING up all hopes %  .of finding a gold signet ring which he lost since August 31, 194W. in his yard. Egbert Addison of Airy Hill. St George, was surprised when he kiUed one of his fowls on Sunday and found the img in the fowl's crop. He knew the ring was his by the initials E. L. A. which it bore on the inner suiface. Wrong Again GODAI.MING, Englanu Former Sergeant-Major J W Chitty, opened an official envelope to find that he had been recalled tn tinrolours. Chitty was ready. He pinned on hla Distinguished Conduc' Medal and his flviribbona, all from the U.--i Wai Then he read the offlcial letter again. The 73-year-old veteran discovered that It was addressed to the wrong man.—I.N H. By J <\ GRAHAM AUCKLAND. NZ The government pl.iiu to hold a naUsnal tourist week in Octobe. to teach iia citizens to ue better hoars and to underline the m-'n. From tht%  ub-tropical kauri and lent for sls of the north to the mountainof the southern Alps, New Zealand packs a great variety of icenlc wonders into a small space. It has fiords thnt rival those _. Norway, volcanoes. gv>cra, and roaring blowhole*, glaciers th.-t reach almost to sea level, some of the world's flneait trout and bu scores i 1 %  %  II.,.. Jei-men 9 8 School Reopens In New Surroundings torn torn Dl Norbtrl WaataST, OH of Aii erica's back-room boys, predicted today that another world war would bring robots instead of men and women to the lactorv beach. He said the automacfic factory Ir a.ready a possibility And the only reason we do not have them yet is that there is no real necesslty. but Dr. Wiener argued lhal a I would create that necessity, because miliionj, more men would be needed for the lighting frmts and for occupation purposes. Under such pressure, he said, we ci uld convert at least half our inoXaBtry to robots within three years. What he calls -the second Industrial revolution" will come anyway, he thinks, within about 20 ratft And he is duturbed that nothing has been done to make mat kind ready for it. Unless It is to be disastrous," he %  ays, "the great electronic revolution must be coupled with a great < ctucationsl programme to prepare ran for living—which we hardly 3o now." • • • OPINION : Said the | Kinjulrer of the 'austerity pr o.rammc" for which President Truman asked last night: "AmcriBaSt make the choice of tightening their belts or running 'he risk of losing their pant" Bartenders said loll longer .sell %  brewed || magnificent surf 11. %  rntmM v .-:. Oversea* Publicity Britain's moat eocclusive school —for jet engineersis reopening next month at Fornbnrouvn Hants. It has been moved fMn bltterl worth. Letccstershlie. home of l/ie* Jet engine, where Air Commodore -iir F^ank Wliittie and his team M I tha WIBBI lurbltie*. Known SB the S.'hi)ol of Gai TmhiiKTvrBUMrioay, it vraa stact> mr Jets in 1944 to train men or the Dominion auforces. .iiis It will run courses on the use of Jets in airplanes, locomotives, toad ve';n l<-afalnff, ixiwer stations and other uses. ini M.II.J Course "The school has u etfj wide tango of gas turbine equipment, including lest houses and a Jet aircraft on which practical ground uigtruetloa Is riven.' said ofnclnl "On every course aitual Jet engines arc handled by students themselves." Four different typi* of courS' will be run at the SehOOl, ineludIng ,in iiitein.iti'inal course for experts from other cuiintrif-s I. I S BOVCOTT %  loj that they I > tiles of lagei Slovakia, rKKIWTION : Presideni Truman is expected to tire his Defence Scvtetary, Louis Johnson, whi ksH br-cn made made a scapegoat for Koix.i, before the November eleet.ons Uul lie will HIMM im Secretory of Stale Dean Acheson. another scapegoat, stayint; on I.DUCATION The Hmvcr-itv of Oenrgia will include in llils yunfs corTeipoodenpi' studies a course on how to make out Income-tax returns Green ClttdpBI To Bin. On The Foreign Stamp %  of green in British postal -tamp m foreign ten. Increased from 3d. to 4d <•• (Ictoboi 1 Th# colour of the 4d. stam| will become light blue mMrat ol lake green The change in colour i> hen.* made ID conform wltfi th regu%  '. the Inixersal Postal Convenlion. |o which nioit counlres wbscrl A GI-0 ealrlal explained mat HW stamp used for foreiRii postage, whether .",d or 3.1 has always be<*ii blue, so that It csui be i... that th< letter ifor ; i This will be I! when the change ol colour of the I i >"s boas n i pale green. Id pale scarlet pale Md-browa •2'-,ti. light uHr.inu.iin. I i pale blue brown: Ad pur] 8d, rtotot ran; M, I,.. Kkl. aBUM blue; Mil purpls 'amb green: 5s. red: lus, II £1 red-brown. II %  Wasting Time %  \rTESHUHY. England Tde rector of Si lYter's ellurch. Eha^tsstMITy, H II Colty, ha* 1 laced Ihe follow IIIK notice above • e ..Ile.-tion l You will And BOtaalag ol i-mpiied dally." -INS KOKCKH : Geneial Mark Clark, ililof of Americaground forces, I romised today th,d army recruits will now be ready "for the mont brutal kind of warfare" after six metitht of training WFATHRR i Dr Vincent MaBfl ntW la pi'iinic iiian-i today f i.nd something '' > l In I'O He wants a sp. < miislon formed to use %  eBBattsU nil over the world to regulate the \ ,if!i"i I.,i | The govemm) on a publicity United States and CSM I at home is concentraling on Un-| proving the standard •>! facilitu for visitors. In conaultatlon wit!interests, it Is seeking to improve the appointments uiul %  SrvkSJ hotels to bring them to Noun, Aim'iii'.m standards. Fishini %  lodges are being refurnished %  Bol reM.-qulpped. Many tourist houses have been granted liquor licenses for the first time.—(C.I*. > One is English, one American their Beauty Care is the same Ideal for intimate personal use COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANS ATL ANTIQUE FRENCH LINE PROGRESS ON THE WEST INDIES SERVICE 9. 9. ••rOMMllllE" BACK IN SERVICE THIS YEAR D E T T O 1/ V* r* /tar -puitmmi I'kmiml imtll. .%  | Vl MAI KYYS I IMiriK. f.'ai*al .orwf ".-am. r—-a. a aaB aaa t -—. ^-ffJ !" .-... /W %  !• !" r .%  • hmifi Ormm lare 4emi /er art, !" nW'n". my< I**r .Moarrm "/ " %  fttaJ'i laid i "am fot rttmnmg anJ Pomft I'wmifcur C\ nrMrcl -iv *aBM** CAN — iocseiy*i ks %  beauty rare. They use Pond's, and n ii thanta lo Pond*! two < IBB 'hat their com. radiantlv lonely always. Why not let Pond's keep rwur skin lovely; I %  Every rakl>t. before you go m II. %  leanse ihikir. l| nojlT) iifiliil andrtale make-up itli sVlightful tours (old Oreai rhrri rinse wit* oiorr CBU CkBBBS for extrab an Iniheinor-iiei' r-(.wr,.ui-.; M' in..l;r-u|i. smooth in a thin nun ol Pond's Vajushiagj <'"m. It snakes an idral prmdrr hair lie. a use il holds (Krwcirl mat! KM hoUfl II IV pot..!', askaurt cars nfularh, sad m a short affafleyouanl ,l 1 "* lh • "" "'' %  ' l T "fter, I %  H nsdasaoe, new Ui\rlinesa. Poad't fleams arn:i |i,.i.r eo buy, are used by rociety'i krvcaleal women on both side* of the Atlanti. You can buy Pond's at all the best beauty counters. aMg Thi. ve.^ an fUROl I .od .rmp... .,,,„„..,I-ill be b.m.hed won by regul.rly utiag fbc d.liciouily c.ohn, and .l.,,,,! PUBOI POWOEI.hich |. I. .I.o (he Ji.itr.ibl. odou. Ther.. (-., ok — tnagi *P POND'S Viuouf Res.red. fibink Hade Young in 24 Koors i i>.t,iuar . %  U, aaa, i> akasia t gtmi I %  run nw reult II ...rtdl %  I.t T %  ." ._ .> IS years &uns;ar. or yi.it m-rryoor IIH^I^' i.. k A .i-ial. atoubl.%  Iirnglh bottle <-f I' Vl-Tala eoi Vi-Tabi^i-Kailaree Manhomd and t iuliir I-' |S.S. "COI.OMBir' a Iplsndld *hlp which ciSKiled u grout impfesMon for her sumptuous dacoiutiQn flcivre, Franc*, virtually a now ship The qiiKnful linoB of this ship have been enluincod, her two original funnels beiruj ro plarjd by one of modem aUeamlmed desiqn. This chango hus the added advantago of in creusinq the deck space available lo passenqetB lo onfoy ihelr favourite games or indulge in quiet relaxation. There is accommodation (or 584 passengeri spread over three classes The utmost effort hus bean made lo provide passengers with real comfort. Larqe. bright public rooms, roomy cabins—tastefully furnished and decorated, and eveiy amenity for one's well-being and happiness . added to this the superb cuisine and impeccable service lor which the French Line is justly famous and the capiivaiinq Continental atmosphere of France Afloat "-that is Ihe "COLOMB1E". Improvements to technical arrangements, alterations to existing machinery, and the new installations will ensure increased efficiency. The layout ol the engine room has also been changed resulting in saving of space, and this has bean utilized for refrigerating machinery and the ship can now carry refrigerated cargo. Although •ssentially a pasaenqer liner a certain amount of freight is earned, and to facilitate loading a modern, electrically controlled, loading system has been introduced, in conaequence of which many winches and derricks have been dispensed with. SOUTHAMPTON TO THE WEST INDIES AND CENTRAL AMERICA ,-,-,-.-,. .',',',-,'//-V,'.','#*.V*0'-V''''-'''/-'.V/-'//,',V--,V-'-'-V^.'-V'-VVV'/ %  '. %  '%