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Friday
September
1950

22



Goddard Thanks ee

Everybody for
Wonderful Tour

(From Our Own

Cc rrespondent)

LONDON, Sept. 21

JOHN GODDARD, West liudies Captain, on the
eve of his departure in a message said to-day:

“We will leave England
ant memories’’.

with sad hearts but pleas-

He said it was impossible io single out individ-
uals for particular mention, bt the groups who had
earned the team’s gratitude especially were the

M.C.C. County Club officiais,

sporting public.

Governor Dares
Not Touch
Nassau Killer
SAYS ARTIST

TORONTO, Sept. 21.
question of

—

The

was revived this week,

still another “who-dun-it” aspect.

An English-born Toronto woman] }

was quoted by the Toronto Star
as saying she knows the story
behind the fatal bludgeoning of
the Canadian mining magnate in
Nessau, Bahamas in 1943.

The woman who said that the
actual slayer was the son of a
white father and negro mother
would disclose neither her own
neme nor that of the killer.

On Monday in Oakland, Cali-
fornia Edward Majava said that
he had been told the name of the
alleged murderer by a _ Fort
Lauderdale, Florida woman artist.

When questioned the artist,
Mrs. Hildegarde Hamilton said
that it was Majava, a 31 year old
mechanic who had told her. The
Toronto woman was quoted as
saying: “It is quite well known
that the murderer hired a man
to doit for him. He planned and
paid for it and the slayer was
merely his tool. Everybody in
Nassau knows he did it, and that
he did it because he thought Lady
Oskes would marry him, but he
is so powerful that nobody from
the Governor down dares to touch
him,”—€CP) .



Huggins Arrives
In England

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 21
Sir John Huggins, retiring
Governor of Jamaica, arrived in
England on board the Eros to-day
He said the crossing had not been
too bad “considering there were
two hurricanes dodging about.”
The ship managed to avoid the
full force of the hurricanes, but
the sea was very rough on .occa-
sions.—

Boycott Lifted

NEW YORK, Sept. 21.

Leaders of the Atlantic Coast
Dockers have lifted their boycott
on cargoes from East European
Communist countries but have
delayed decision on whether to
handle those from Russia.

Labour Secretary Maurice To-
bin said in a letter to Joseph P.
Ryan, leader of the American
Federation of Labour’s Dockers
that the country’s best ‘nterest
can be served by a_ complete
lifting of the boycott.—(Reuter.) |



RUSSIA FAILS IN BID
TO THROW OUT CHARGES
Made By Nationalist China |
FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 21.0 |
RUSSIA to-day failed in an attempt to persuade the|

United Nations to throw out Nationalist China's charges
of Russian aggression against its territory. |

The Assembly's fourtee

which arranges the agenda for each session voted to}
include Nationalist complaints. i
Only Czechoslovakia supported Russia

First Petroleum
Conference

sf.om Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The Petroleum Association of
Trinidad will hold its first Press
Conference at the Associations
office in San Fernando next wee
These conferences will be held
fortnightly.

11 NURSES AMONG
26 CRASH VICTIMS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21


































who killed]
wealthy Sir Harry Oakes which)j
seven|{
years after his murder took on}}

the Press and the

“Nothing I
can say will su-
Mieiently indi-
tate the debt we
awe to the
Marylebone
Cricket Club.”
Goddard _con-
tinued; ‘From
His Royal High-
ness, who was
President when
we arrived,
down to the
‘newest member,
the MCC have
done everything
F possible to make
his 1950 tour a
Success and @
. Sgrleasure. They
ah _ have succeeded

beyond our
JOHN GODDARD fondest expec-

tations.”
Goddard said that County offi-
cials, or so it seemed, had vied



with cach other in their efforts
to prov de the best hospitality
and .o Press throughout the

tour bad been fair and kindly

@sp-7

“Our sincere thanks a'so go out
to ine people of England” he add-
ed, “who have supported us so
consts ..y and encouraged us so
consistently, In return we have
tried in the only way we know
how to entertain and if their
faithfulness to the last is an in-
dication, we are happy to feel
that we have succeeded in some
measure”.

Finally Goddard expressed the
wish that w next MCC
team visits the Caribbean it
would be possible in some way
to repay the magnificent recep-
tion the present West Indies side
had had in the mother country.

KINGSTON HONOURS
JOHN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca, Sept. 19
The Kingston Cricket Club.
oldest cricket club in the Carib-|
bean, has decided to invite John
Goddard, West Indies captain, to
become an honorary member of the!
Club. Goddard has accepted the
invitation.

The Club took into account that
Goddard ranks as one of the most
successful captains in Cricket, fit
to be put in the same niche with
Bradman, having beaten the M.C.C.
in the West Indies, India in India
and. England in England.

Mr. Karl Nunes, head of the
West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
trol, and Mr. Donald Lacey, Secre-
tary, are members of the Club.

Burma Will Attend
Aid Plan Talks —

LONDON, Sept. 21.

Burma, Siam and the three asso-
ciate States of French Indo-China
agreed to take part in the British
Commonwealth . Economic Aid
Plan for Southeast Asia. Informed
quarters said here on Wednesday
nigit that the Commonwealth
Ministerial discussions on the six-
year Economic Plan will begin
here on September 25, }
—Can. Press



n-nation Steering Committee |

The Russian delegate . Vyshia-|
sky also failed to have the Assem-
|bly ignore disputes between]
|Greece and her northern neigh-|

| India Supports
Nehru’s Foreign



| bours. y i

The question of the United
|Nations relations with Spain was
| also included.

| Vyshinsky spoke against the

{inclusion of all four items, but his}

protests were relatively mild.

\" The only legal Chinese Gov-
ernment was at Peking and Russia
was on the “best terms” with it,
he said. He asserted only that

munist China to be represented in
the United Nations.—Reuter.
POCKET CARTOON

}



_—

Club,

Nehru Urges
Acceptance
Of Red China

InvU.N. General Assembly

BOMBAY, Sept. 21

Prime Minister Nehru speaking
at the general session of the In-
dian National Congress expressed
regret that India’s proposal to
replace Nationalist China’s dele-
gate to the United Nations by a
representative of the People’s
Government of China had been
rejected by the United Nations
General Assembly. '

“If the United Nations is still
dreaming of the old China which
is more or less defunct now, it is
shutting its eyes to facts.

The new Chinese Government
has come into power not by a
stroke of chance but after a long
war of 30 years duration. To say
today when there is not even a
single vestige left of the old Kuo-
mintang Government that the Kuo-

mintang’s representative should
continue to sit in the United
Nations Assembly is ignoring
facts,” declared Nehru.

—Reuter.



Policy

NASI, Bombay Province,
Sept. 2i.

The Indian National Congress
at its general session here to-day
endorsed the foreign policy of the
Nehru Government.

This policy had earlier been
approved by the Congress’ Execu-
tive Committee.

The Congress passed the resolu-
tion on foreign policy with only
one dissentient vote.

The resolution approved the
Government policy towards Korea
and expressed the view that
every avenue of peaceful settle-
ment of the Korean issue should
be explored.

The resolution wanted Com-





by OSBERT LANCASTER

moment i thought

they must have conscripted

thewhole House of Commons

andthe foreign papershadn’t
bethered to mention it ”



Train Struck
By Lightning

MESSINA, Sicily, Sept. 21
Passengers prayed aloud as the
Rome-Sicily Express struck by|
lightning ploughed through a
heavy rain and_ thunderstorm

|
|



‘aggression against’ China had
been committed by the

bi r Mpa United! from here today.
| States through its policy in For-| south, the train w
| mosa. He pleaded for the rejection| jours

which followed it ali the way
On its journey
as delayed three

while new locomotives

The United States Navy disclosed, of the Nationalist charge as “un-| were brought to replace the en-

night

and inappropriate.’

ae -' 3 “ ; ; N
ee ee Re

MEMBERS OF THE NEWLY OPENED Speightstown Boys’ Club drink to the health of their
yesterday evening after







the opening function.

Second Boys’ Club
Opened at Speightstown |

THE SECOND BOYS’ CLUB in Barbados was opened |
yesterday afternoon at Sand Street

53 boys listed on the rolh
declared open by Sir Allan

the presence of many residents of the district who attended |

the function.

mctt

Advocate Hu rricane
Relief Fund
For Antigua

Amt. previously acknow-



ledwed $6,341 88
Rey. Frank Lawrence
Mrs, K 5.00
r. W. H. §,00
Advocate Co., Ltd.
E. L, 1.20
Total $6,353.06



Man Found. -

Alive In Well
i e

After Five Days
Holder, a 41-year-old
binder of Howells Cross
Road, St. Michael, was found
alive in a 61-foot well of the
Belle Pumping Station at 1.40 p.m,
yesterday. He was missing from
his home about a mile away for
five days. ,

The search for Holder was ended
when his father-in-law Joseph
Thorne and one Clarence Holder
were minded that he could have
been in one of the wells.

Clarence Holder went down and
found him lying face downward.
He was raised to the surface by
hand crane and rope. There was
a cut on his right hip. He “'was
wearing a serge suit, grey felt hat
and an old pair of black shoes.

Holder was taken to the General
Hospital and detained.

Clovis
book



Russians Free
Two U.S. Police

BERLIN, Sept. 21.

Two American military police-
men who got mixed up in Berlin’s
reprisals police-war were freed by
the Russians today after 13 hours
of detention,

A United States military spokes-
man said: “They were not mal-
treated.”

The Americans were arrested
during a routine patrol where the
American sector joins the Soviet
Zone.

A West Berlin policeman was
arrested with them but not re-
leased with them.

On Tuesday Eastern authorities
arrested 26 West Berlin policemen
who were going through the East
sector on their way to work.

Yesterday Westerners retaliated
by seizing 44 Eastern police from
buses trams and trains.

—Reuter.

All U.N. Were Not Equally













er of these clubs, explained the

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Speightstown, with
of mem) Collymore, Chief Justice, in

Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, who is the found-



aims and objects of these clubs
>efore inviting Sir Aflan to open
the Speightstown Boys’ Club.

This is the second Boys’ Club
to be opened in the Island, said
Col, Michelin. The first one in Bay
Street has been open for about 7
weeks and has more than justified
its existence,

As you will see this Club is not
housed in palatial quarters but on
a “ood site and it is a start. If we
wait for the ideal building to turn
up we would have to wait a long
time. We have purposely not had

these rooms up before we
moved. is a job-for the
boys to do; they 7 by their own
=" improve the look of their
club,

We have so far got 53 boys on
the list of members, It is hoped
to bring this number up to 100
shortly.

The Club will be opened from
2 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. One of the
senior boys will be placed in
charge, A committee of boys will
be formed for the running of the
Club under supervision,

Duty Roster

A number of gentlemen in this
area have kindly congented to
come down to the Club for an hour
or two, one evening a month.
Their help will be invaluable. A
roster of the duties they have been
allocated; this together with hints
on running of a Boys’ Club
will be circulated to those who are
present this evening,

The amenities of the Club are
fable Tennis, Darts, Dominoes,
Draughts, and Cards. Books and
periodicals are available. I: is
hoped vo get the use of a piece of
Iand nearby for physica] training,
cricket and football.

Talks and lectures will be ar
ianged; also the showing of
suitable films by the Education
Department and British Council.

These Boys’ Clubs are support-
ea entirely by volunvary contri-
bution, Furniture and equipment
cost money, we also have to pay
a monthly rental for this building.

To raise funds, we are ratfling
# car, Tickets for this are
available here to-day, It Is @

dollar Yo a good cause with tne
chance of winning a car
The Barbados Boys’ Clubs are
run by a Committee consisting
of Miss Arne, Social Welfare
Officer, Mr. Walcott, Probation |
Officer and myself. We aim to|
provide healthy recreation in gocd
surroundings for boys who have
nowhere but the streets vo spend
their leisure hours,
Useful Citizens
We want to bring these young-
sters up to be healthy, useful ard
right inking citizens. Everyone
cf us starts life in the same way,
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Aduncate

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_ ATTACK ON SEOUL ~

Reds Expect Reinfo rcemenis

U.S.A. Will
Enslave
Germany

Warns £. German Party

BERLIN, Sept. 21

Reacting officially to the Big
Taree Communique on Germany
the Politburo of the East German
Socialist Unity (Communist) Par-
y (S.E.D.) to-day warned that
the way from New York leads to
the enslavement of West Germany
and to war,

The Politburo announcement
listed 5 basie requirements for
peace

1. A Peace Treaty
‘bole of Germany
2. The withdrawal
upation troops,

3. The re-establishment of
German unity and German capital.

4. Free elections without oc-

for tho

of all oc-

; cunation troops.

5. The rapid development of a

; beter way of life.

Until these demands are recog-
by Western occupation
powers, all true German patr‘ots
must resist Western policy and
sneak up for the demands of the
National Front the communique
seid. —Reuter.

G.L Officer Tied
And Shat

TAEGU, Sept. 21.

An American Lieutenant was}
found to-day midway betweer
Taegu and Waegwan tied to #
tree and shot three times in the

face and head.

His condition was this after-
noon reported as grave

He was barely alive when
found, but had strength to tell
that he was captured 10 days
ago by North Koreans,

The Lieutenant said he was
esked by North Korean officers
at the point of the pistol to
broadcast to American troops

over an amplifier, but refused.

Last night a Communist officer
took him to the top of a_ hill,
tied him to a tree and told him
to keep quiet,

When the Americans attacked
nearby Cémmunist positions the
Communist officer returned, shot
him and left him for dead.

—Reuter,

Shaw Has Another

Operation

LUTON, Bedfordshire Sept, 21
George Bernard Shaw, 94-year
cold playwright, had a second op-
eration in hospital here to-day,
The operation was for Shaw’:
kidney and bladder complaint.
He had his first operation for a
broken thigh after a fallin his
garden 11 days ago. He was kept
in hospital for kidney and blad-
der treatment.
A steady improvement in his
condition was reported yesterday.
To-day—before the operation
—his condition was described
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By ROY MACARIYNEY.
WITH MacARTHUR’S ADVANCED H.Q.
IN KOREA, Sept. 21.
MERICAN MARINES began their final assault
on Seoul late to-day as Reconnaissance pilots
reported Communist reinforcements rushing south-
ward along the 200 miles long highway from

Pyongyang.

Re.urning to their base at Kimpo in the Inchon
beachhead, pilots said that they saw many targets
available along the roads and railways leading

south from Pyongyang.

The marine assault on the old South Korean
capital which opened from the air at dawn with
carrier based Corsair aircraft bombing gun posi-
tions in and around the city was fully launched
later to-day. All the American lines were expect-
ing to advance rapidly against ineffective opposi-

.
tion.

Reconnaissance pilots wheeling
ound as Marine Corsairs swept
n from carriers to bomb anti
aircrafy positions in the heart 9

the city, said that the Nort
Koreans were moving out to-
vards Chunchon, midway

‘brough the peninsula.

Early reports said that Unived
Nations aircraft were briefed to
bomb communications lines
tsiough the centre of the city
tidicating vhat two Marine col
umns stabbing in from two sides
vere expected to be in the streets
of the city to-night.

Advanced marines reported op-
position from two Communist
battalions on hills west and north-
west of the city.

North Korean defencers were
reported to have reconstructed the

, | defences of the civy on the assump

tion of an attack from the south
laying their fortifications on tha:
side along the north bank of the

Han River from the hill in the
centre of the capital,
1eral acArthur visited

troops massing for the final attack
He moved to within one mile of
the burning suburb now occupied
by marines, and passed small
groups of British Commandos
preparing for the ‘ill,

One Spearhead equipped with
tanks was within tvro miles of the
modern concrete business section
of the city, the hub of a vast
communications network

Supply Lines Cut |
Though United Nations ‘troops
heve cut the defenders' main sup-
ply lines to the north and south,
North Koreans were reported to
be making a desperate effort to
{pack the front south of the 38th

jparallel
intelligence reports — reaching
MacArthur's Headquarters saia

that a column of 200 vehicles in-
cluding 40 tanks was racing from
the Manchurian border towarus
Seoul

The column reported to have
started 20 miles south of Antung
| just inside the Manchurian border
was last reported near Kaesong,
35 miles northwest of Seoul after
a 200 mile dash,

Communist authorities were
also reported to have rushed
youths straight from schools in
(Pyongyang the North Korean
eapital to Seoul, swetiog that
city’s defenders to 18,000,



North Koreans are also reported

The operation war not believed |i9 pe pulling back bié forces from

to be a major one
— Reuter.

B.G. Dockers
Back To Work

GEORGETOWN, BG. Sept. 21.

Waterfront workers resumed
work today after a 48-hour stop-
page which tended to delay the
departure from the port of George-
town of three ships. While nego-
tiations to bring about a final set-



| lement on the issue continued at
| the Labour
i'eged
| sion for a week strikers demanded,

Department, two al-
“whitelegs’ whose suspen-

did not turn to work

—Can, Press

RECALL TWO
ATTACHES

WASHINGTON Sept, 21
The United States Army said on
Wednesday that it has recalled
military attaches from Moscow
and Mexico City to help speed the
tra'ning of soldiers.
—(Can, Press.)

Determined To Keep Peace

—AUSTRALIAN MINISTER

FLUSHING MEADOWS,
Sept. 21

Australia’s Foreign Minister
Percy Spender said today experi-
ence had shown that the United
Nations was based on a false as-
sumption—namely that all mem-
bers were equally determined to
preserve the peace.

He told the Assembly that in-
stead of the hoped for one world,
there were two “and one so far
has refused to co-operate with the

on Wednesday that 11] wise gine damaged by lightning |

nurses among 26 naval person-|. “All four ‘items he declared | . 7 & ’ other except solely on its own
nel were killed in the crash of were “in direct opposition to in-| One engine was first hit just | terms.” f

transport plane off the Pacific; ternational co-operation which we| north of Naples. An hour after| “The Soviet Union and the

island of Kwajalein on Tuesday
The nursee were on their way

to duty in the Far East—(C.P)

are here to promote.” Vyshinsky|it was replaced—lightning hit the | countries which are tightly bound

jealled for the withdrawal
‘foreign troops.—Reuter.

of| new locomotive |
j gard for the solemn declaration

m—-Reuter

to it have shown little if any re-

to which they pledged their word
in 1945.” He said.

Spender said Russia had failed
to co-operate in the work of the
United Nations to improve con-
ditions throughout the world.

If the Peking Government would
give some evidence of a desire
for genuine co-operation ‘the
whole question of Chinese admis-
sion to the United Nations can b«
considered in an entirely new
light.”

Pending a change
policy, Spender said, the vast
majority of the United Nations
would have to take steps to de-
fend themselves iggres-
sion and any re-

in Soviet

against

“to discourage

petition of the Korean incident
“This means that they must
have at their disposal forces s«

strong that no state will venture
to attack a neighbour for fear of
the heavy retribution that would
follow.”

"But we must do more than
merely plan or prevent or meet
aggression. We must help one
another to become
romically and socially. We should
organise a system of assistance for
cther nations less advanced than

we are either politically or eco- |
nomically and, help them a*ong the

road to the realisation of their,
full independence and prosperity.”
—Reuter

stronger eco- |

the defence

Korea,
There is also a big movement of

Communist forces north from

box avea in South

Taejon but these troops are ap-|

parently planning to by-pass

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them to him or to his beneficiaries in the form of a |
guaranteed monthly income.
Capital Sum preventing it from being lost or
dissipated by unwise investment.



Seoul in the east

American troops breaking out of
their defence box were today
closing in on about 200 Commu-
nist troops who have been resis
ting strongly east of Waegwan

One regiment is passing north
along the east bank to link up
with South Koreans coming in
from the west and other troops
moved three miles north to cut off
retreating Communists

But though Communists are
thinning out their lines in the
south, they are still fighting sbit-
terly and there ismo indication of
collapse yet. Z

During the night Communist
patrols broke into the American
lines west of Tabudong but were
driven off

Seoul Workers Ript

South Korean Pusan Radio re-
ported that workers in Seoul were
rioting as American marines
ieached out in the final fullscale
assault on the city. The Radio
sai@ that marines were already
fighting among the concrete build-
ings of Seoul's modern business
section though this report was
believed in Tokyo to be prema-

ture, like other recent radio
statements,
Correspondents with frontline

forces said that the marines were
inching towards the city from the
west and north and had met the

strongest resistance yet in the
Inchon beagh-head battle. Guns
of, ten he. opened
up on advancing marines in the

factory area on the fringes of the
sity.

A Puson Radio report quoting «
South Korean official said “tens of
thousands of anti-communist
workers" were rioting in the
South Korean capital It added
that military law had been im-
posed by the main body of Ameri-
can marines who took over the
Seoul suburb Yongdungpo last
night and moved cn towards the
city’s airstrip just short of the
Han River today, Heavy bridging
equipment foilowed quickly be-
hind the spearhead and the mar-
ines were expected to get a bridge
over the Han into Seoul speedily.

The marine assault opened from
the air at dawn with carrier-based
Corsair planes bombing gun posi-
tions in and around Seoul.

Advance marines reported op-

talions on the hills west and north-
west of the city.
Defences Rebuilt ‘
Communists were reported tof
have reconstructed the deferices of f=
the city on the assumption of ob

oe from two Communist bat-

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PAGE TWO





Caub Calling

son of

Governor

A® DAVID E. RANCE,

i His Excellency the

ot Trinidad and Lady Rance, left

for England by B.W.I.A., on
Saturday to return to Radley
College

Intransit
D* G. T, M. CUMMINS who
Was married about two
weeks ago to Miss Hyacinth Yaw-
ching at Point a Pierre Roman
Catholic Church, Trinidad, ir-
rived here yesterday afternoon cn

the S.S. “Gascogne” intransit for
England. He is now on his way
back to Aberdeen University
Scetland to take a course in
Gynaecology and Obstetrics
His wife arrived here on Tues-
day evening by B. W. I. A., from
Trinidad and is a guest of Dr.
and Mrs. H. G. Cummins of
“Gothmare,” Bank Hall Road.
Returning In “ovember
R. FRANK OD, retired

nd Mrs, Wood
Culloden Road,

businessmar
of Culloden House,

Vital Statistics Officer |
JEWELLERS R. G. W. ROBERTS, Vital |
i Statistics Officer attached to|

Development and Welfare |
left on Wednesday |
“Williamstadt” for|
where he expects to re-|
three months. j

ti
Organizavion,
Ly he
Englans
man for

8.5

To Take Up Appointment |

ME. DENIS MENDES, son of |

Mr. and Mrs, S. Mendes of
Rendezvous Gap, Worthing, left
for St. Lucia on Sunday by
B.W.LA. to vake up an appoint-
went with Colonial Development
Corporation as draftsman and
vnior architect.

Venezuelans End Holiday





I R. JAMES COEN of the
+ Venezuelan Petroleum Com-
pany in Caracas, Venezuela, re-
Attended Elections turned home earlier in the week
hy B.W.LA. after spending a
couple of weeks’ holiday, He was

In Trinidad

left on Wednesday night by the accompanied by his wife and vhey
“Lady Rodney” for New York on R. DAN F.. BLACKETT, re staying at the Ocean View
aay en ee a * Editor of “The Torch,” re oer.
about the middie © = turned from Trinidad by .
Spent a Week B.W.LA. on Wednesday evening First In 27 Years
: He went over \o observe the R. C. C. KING. a Barbadian

R. LEWIS GRANT of Messrs @ siections due to the change of N ae Sua call te earch

J. N. Harriman and _ Co. the constitution and general set ip the island after 27 years in
itd. of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, up of the machinery for voting 4 om , ; 9 ‘

F : ; Fi the U.S.A., left for Boston on the
returned on Tuesday by B¥W.LA He was the guest of Hon’ble ‘Lady Rodney” on Wednesday
. e ¢g reek’s risi > ras 7 avor P Se Fer
after a week's visit. He watiRoy Joseph, Mayor of San Fer- jight after a couple of vhs’
staying ¢ Icean View Hotel.@nando. 5 gnt a a couple of months
staying at the C . * holiday here, He was oe

. 2 & ‘* panied by his wife and son and
Will Spend Three Weeks ? ee. ‘eee :
y were staying at Indramer
OLIDAYING in Barbados for R. J. E, T. BRANCKER, Guesv House, Worthing.
; whe sal a acre . M.C.P. who was in Trinidad
the Hastings Hotel wre bas nae a professional visiy and had Attended Opening
~ iota ‘1 ‘also observed the elections, re
Mrs, C. Phelps of Trinidad, They « ef .
arrived on Wednesday by the ee cee “Gascogne Of Cinema
Fort Townshend, - R RN. W. GI NS,

Mr. Pheips is Manager and Sec-
retary of H. Strong Ltd. and Stoll-
meyer Ltd, of Port-of-Spain

Back To Gold Coast
R. A. E. C. BEAUSOLEIL left
yesterday by the SS.
“Gascogne” for England on_ his
way back to the Gold Coast where
he has been practising ~for 24
years and doing research work in

tropical medicine.
Originally from St
has just spent two
prior to coming over

Lucia, he
years there
here for a

holiday. He was a guest of Mrs.
S. Zephirin of “The Savoy” Bay
Street.

Off To The U.S,A.
RS. M. D. GUINESS, wife of
the Honourable Murtoch
Guiness of Porters, St, James,
left for the United States by the
“Fort Townshend” on Wednesday.

She was. accompanied by Mrs.
Ruth Weatherley.
Back To U.S.A.
RS. M. E. J. Oliver of the

U.S.A,, returned to Boston
on the “Lady Rodney” last night
after spending a holiday in Bar-
bados. She was staying at the
Hotel Royal.

Back To Caracas

PRER spending two weeks’

holiday in Barbados as a
guest at the Ocean View Hotel,

Dr. H. H. Fuchs of Caracas,
“Venezuela. returned home yester—
day by BWIA. He is President

of H. H, Fuchs and Co.,
merchants of Caracas.

Attended Conference

R PERCIVAL STEWART,

Managing Director of the
National Bus Co, and the Esso
Servicenter, returned from Trini
dad yesterday afternoon by ‘he
s.s, “Gascogne”,

Mr. Stewart was a representa
tive of the Scottish Diamond ;
Lodge No, 84 at the Scottish
Mechanics Conference which \ook
place in Port—of-Spain last
Sunday.

general





‘HE Councillors
ton, says

of Bridling-
a news item, are
wearing hats 47 years old, A
plain. unrhetorical statement,
which will run off the public like
champagne off a chorus-girl’s
back.

Now substitute for Councillors
“the word “cats” or “dogs.” Im-
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Bridlington would be thrown into

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men and parcels of hats from
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x : Plaza Theatres, left on Tuesday
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son of Hon'ble T. A. Marry- Guiana via Trinidad for the

opening of the Georgetown Plaza

of that colony is at present in Cinema which took place on
Barbados on a visit, He expects Wednesday nigh’. He was ac-
vo be here for another week and companied by Mr. Kenneth
as staying at the Cosmopolitan Tweker of the firm of. Clarke
Guest House. and Tucker, Contractors,



' QUIZ CROSSWORD—No. 4

ACROSS

| LWho — was
Prime Mints-
ter of

Bena whe | a a
eo TT
rich writer
of sea stories
lived in Eng
ia but was
Pole by
birth ? (6)
Which adjec-
tive means
taining to
e nose? (6)
8. What milky
Juice is

6.

ha,

. geo-
metrical solid







has for all its plane surfaces} 5. What ts the encrustation given
ellipses or circles? (9) by age to works of art of ancient

16. To what ts a sluggard told to bronzes ? (6)

« Ct @) 9, What is the term for Rae
6. at tube projects from an atr- of the earth's Tt in-
craft and is used to measure its cludes the quater to

speed? (5) 12, What’ holy object, ‘used “at the

17, What was the term for a mem- Last Supper, was taken to

ber of a Jewish sect which was England, and disappeared ? (5)

posed to foreign domination|13, What instrument, having 4
ot Palestine at the time of broad blade, is «6 Used by
Christ ? (6) vainters ? (7)

20. What is the spike at the centre|16 ho founded the Engiteh police
of a shield called? (4) force? (4)

21. Which city tn South Cuarolina|!8 What relative of Oharey came
has the same name as a quee-|, Wave dusine the oie
popmlar danes'? (19) the British Navy foreed to

DOWN attack the French *neet > (4)

1. weet ee rope the ait
wi e greatest of ease"? (8) Solution of yesterday's —

2. What were the Diligenti 1. Paul Witteman: 6 er al
cmlidren ? (11) t ie, 31 Dorking: Li, tyre: 2

S. What product ts obtained trom ieneritte: 15, Salting: 16, Homer: 17
cattle by melting their fat| Paxidermists: 20, Grundy: 21. Fando
under steam preseure? (6) eres ca. eRe Universal: 5
. Prom whom does a nuncio carry! me tA re i ete Tea:
= to a ig ? (4) ' 18 “Miad: 18. Mav: 19, Two



the mass-murder
you don’t approve of.
Hitler and Stalin between them
I once knew a Nuneaton Coun- jad made this mealy-mouthed
illor whose hat came to bits in stuff unfashionable. My paper is
afraid that, in such “purges” or

of people
I thought

lady For the next meeting he “liquidations,” a future genius or
borrowed a sun-hat from a horse, two might get killed The idea
and was reprimanded for being .

that the life of a future writer or
composer is more sacred than the
iife of a future grocer is certainly
in line with “the best contempor-
ary thought.”

‘Contemporary
Thought’ Again
UTHANASIA for sub-

nor- “One moment, Controller! Don't

euthanaze that one—I think he'll
be a novelist.”

mal groups” seems to me to
be a rather timid way of advocat-

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At the first night of The Black Rose—Mr. Herbert Morrison

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On seeing Rupert
figure scuttles over the rocks and

the strange but it is al! in a queer ante and

Rupert cannot understan a word.

stands beside him chattering with ‘‘ This is awkward,’ he thinks.
‘very sign of joy. “ Why, F scnaiee “Let's go back and see Captain
who you are,’’ cries the ietle bear. Barnacle and see if he can make out
‘You're Koko from Coon Islands, what you want.’ He leads ahead
aren't you? What has brow ht ind points, but Koko doesn’t seem
yu here? Where are yee goin very willing co go that way and
he other goes on talking briskly, follows him very slowly indeed.
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22, 1950



J’ca Prepares For
Public Service
Commissioner

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’CA., Sept. 19.

A bill is now before the Jamaica
House of Representatives for the
establishment of the office of Pub-
lice Service Commissioner and the
appointment of a Public Service
Board.

The bill reflects the recom-
mendations of Mr. E. C. Mills,
C.B.E., who recently inquired

into and recommended reorgani-
sation of the Jamaica Civil Ser-
vice.

The Board will act in an ad-
visory capacity in regard to those
matters affecting the Civil Service
already reserved to the Governor,
as well as all functions of a routine
nature, such as the grant of pen-
sions to public officers, now exer-
cised by the Governor, will be
placed finally in its charge. Pro-
vision is made however, that in
any case of doubt determination
will be made by the Governor in
Executive Council.

The Government has told mem-
bers of the Legislature that the
establishment of a Publie Service
Commission is becoming increas-
ingly regarded as an esseatial fea-
ture af present-day administra-
tion and the bill now before the
Jamaica Legislature follows simi-
lar legislation in. Ceylon, Malta,
the Gold Coast, Sierra Leone,
Hong Kong and Singapore.

It is proposed that a member
of the Public Service Board should
be appointed on the recommenda-
tion of the governing body of the
University College of the West
Indies, thus ensuring that authori-
tative advice on scholastic stand-
ards and related matters will be
available. ,

A Government statement says:
“The part that the University Col-
lege of the West Indies must play
on the development of the Civil
Services in the Caribbean Area is
fully realised and the Principal
has expressed the view that the
Council of the University College
would be in complete agreement
with the proposal,”

Busta Looks
After Antigua

KINGSTON, J’ca. Sept. 19.

The Hon. W. A. Bustamante
questioned a statement to the
United Nations by the U.K.
delegation that with the help of |
the Red Cross and contributions |
from West Indian Governments
the situation in storm-stricken
Antigua was now in hand.

Soon after the hurricane hit
Antigua Mr. Bustamante had
sent a cable to U.N. asking for
aid and in a reply to this cable,
the Secretary General of the
world organisation reported the
U.K. comment.

Mr. Bustamante on Sunday
cabled the Colonial Secretary of
Antigua quoting the cable from
U.N. and asking: “Is the infor-
mation given by the United King-
dom delegation correct or do you
still need aid. sees eee
Advise me fully true |p on.”
To U.Ny Mr: Bustienatite sent a
cable of thanks for possible aid
to Antigua through the Children’s
Fund and added: “Am certain
that information given by the
United Kingdom delq@gation was
based on insufficient facts. Person-
ally watching situation and will
communicate further.”





Considering Better
Working Conditions

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Negotiations between Alston
and Co. Shipping Department and
the Trinidad Seamen and Water-
front Workers Trade Union hope

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



“COME IN, JIM—we're finished being B.R.M.s—we're Isle of Man riders until Saturday, when we'll be Battle of Britain pilots.



CONTROLS OFF
IN JAMAICA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica.

As from Monday, September 18.
the Jamaica Government lifted
price controls on dry goods which
have been in effect since the war,
The question of price controls on
locally produced dry goods—knit-
ted goods and footwear for in-
stance—will be the subject of
special attention by the Executive
Council.

Dry goods merchants tried to
reassure the public that the lift-
ing of controls which they had
been advocating since the end of
the war would not mean in-
creases in prices, but by mid-
week there were rumblings of im-
pending price lifts.

At present al! dry goods are
plentiful in the island, however,
or are on order or available at
short order and there is no pros-
pect, Government states, of any
shortage which would create the
need for continuation of price
control.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.59 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m.
Moon (Full) September 26
Lighting : 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 12.48 am.,
2.22 p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) .03
ins.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.85 ins.
Temperature (Max.):
87.0° F.
Temperature (Min.) 73.5° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity 11 miles per

ur
sretenster (9 a.m,) 29.981

(3 p.m.) 29.917





No More Bulk
Purchase Of
Butter, Milk

(From Our Own Correspondent)

Trinidad’s Acting Controller of
Imports and Exports, Mr, A. A.
Douglas in collaboration with
Government * has decided that
bulk purchase of table butter,
cheese, evaporated milk and split
peas should be discontinued
The Controller told newsmen on
Saturday that licences will be



to sign an agreement to-morrow
on certain improved working con-
ditions for ship’s crews. Mr, C. P.
Alexander, President of the Union
was satisfied that the agreement
has been accomplished.

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v
German Experts
Return From
e
Russia
BERLIN, Sept. 21.

A group of 218 German civil-
ians, all scientists and technical
experts with their families re-
turned to East Germany to-day
from Russia where they have
been working in top secret in-
dustries since the end of the
war, according to an East Ger-
man News Agency.

The group is the first to re-
turn home of an estimated 4,000
German experts still employed
at unknown places in Russia, the
Agency said.

The experts were seized by
Soviet authorities immediately
after the war and taken to the
Soviet Union. Later their fami-
lies were allowed to join them.

Scientists and experts include
rocket constructors, optical sci-
entists from the famous Zeiss
works at Juna and jet experts.

In May this year East Ger-
man Information Chief Geisart
Eisler denied that German civ-
ilian experts were working in
Russia.

“These are all silly lies spread
by imperialist propaganda” he
told Western newspapermen.

| —Reuter.

RICE COMES FROM BG.

A cargo of 1,500 bags of rice
from British Guiana arrived in
the island on Wednesday by the
schooner “Mary M. Lewis.” The
“Mary M. Lewis” also brought
400 bags of heavy charcoal, 38
tons of firewood and _ wallabo'
posts.

The motor vessel “Caribbee”
brought a shipment of fresh fruit
from Dominica yesterday.

ADVERTISING PAYS!

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A 20-page brochure advertising
the industrial and commercial set-
up in Trinidad has proved to be a
success. It is understood that
firms are asking to be supplied
with more copies or that a second
edition be issued. Mr. A. A. Shef-
field. Trinidad’s Economic Ad-
viser said that the brochure is
being distributed in the United
Kingdom, the U.S, and Canada
and has had very favourable re~-

ception.

VOTED THEN DIED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
An 80-year old Trinidadian,
O’Reily Charles of Kay Trace,
Siparia died shortly after he had
marked his “X” at the polling





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STORES.

—London Express Service.



New Club.Secretary

| Has Governor
In Family Tree

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, September.
MR. RALPH LAVINGTON PAYNE, recently appoint-
ed Secretary of the West Indian Club in London, is well
qualified for all his onerous duties.

Born in Grenada in 1886, he
belongs to the same family tree
as the late Lord Lavington, ex-
Governor of Antigua, who died
in 1805. Following in the foot-
steps of this relation, Mr; Payne
chose the Colonial Administrative
Service as a career. He served in
Nigeria from 1911-13, rising to
the responsible office of Resident
of Katsina Province—with its one
million inhabitants. After his re-
tirement in 1943, he remained in
Nigeria till the end of the Second
World War.

Mr. Payne is a supporter of
federation in the West Indies,
“Under existing conditions of the
modern world,” he says, ‘small
units have little chance of achiev-
ing economic independence; it
would seem, therefore, that their
interests would better be served by
federating to form a large unit.
Again, administration of small
islands, separated by long distances
of sea, is bound to be difficult;
federation wil help to solve that.
Federation will be a good thing
for the West Indies.”

Mr. RALPH PAYNE,

responsibilities of self-govern-
ment, otherwise, the result will be
chaotic.”

For gallantry displayed during
‘n-incident at sea, Mr. Payne won
the Silver Medal of the Royal
Humane. Society. Now 64 years
of age, he has a zestful personality,
and keeps his capacity for hard
work.

Experience Necessary

Asked what he thought of de-
mands generally for immegiata
self-government in the Colonies,
he said: “Colonials should _ bt
patient; they should see to it that
t.ey acquire the necessary ex-
perience before they assume the











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B.B.C. Radio |More Houses Likely for Sugar Workers





| (Prom Our Own Correspondent) United Kingdom a sum of $2.40
Pro ramme | GEORGETOWN 3G. Sept. 321 is paid towards the fund—a
£ A peedup rehousing for) revolving one in that loan work-
ugar production workers appear-| ers ¢ 2 repaid.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER ©, 1996 gar | c ers appear-| ers are to be repaid ie ;
00 am. The N News|ed likely with the coming into Sugar companies had formerly
Anak 1S 8.1 ei ze | operation of the Labour Welfare! independently been tackling the
Week 30 am e Ssoc ation | 7 4 ar
Meets In Birmingham, 8.00 a.m. Fem | Fund, “)424:| housing problem on sugar estates.
The . Editorials, 8.10 a.m. Programe} - Over the last few years more
Parade, 8.15 a.m. BDC Scottish Variety | fhe fund which comes into use | ¢ nas rere i .
+ nan 1,300 homes were built for
Orcl.estra, 9.00 a.m, Close Down, 1300) . shy . | ; !
The News, 12.10 p.m 2X2 | straightaway started in 1946 and! workers, but it is possible that
5 pm. New Records, 1.o0/tctalled more than $1,000,000 in} with the launching of the Welfare
ate Continues, 1.15 p.m.|three years . apo ies 1 “On-
co ie oe Maree) ee ee a eae Fund, sugar companies will con
2.00 p.m. The News, 2.10 p.m On every ton of sugar manu- | fine assistance in this direction
‘ ~ws From Britain, 215 p.m.|factured, ard exported to the! tg “nuclear” workers.—(C.P.)
Sports Review, 2.50 p.m. Music In Mir
ature, 3.00 p.m. The Colour Bar, 3. 4
p.m. Interlude, 3.45 pm. Rhondda ;
Valley Experiment. 4.00 p.m. The New 9
4.19 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 nm or
Nights At The Opera, 5.00 p.m. Harotd
5 rt at the Theatre Organ, 5.15 p.m
Programme Parade, 5 30 p.m. Scottish
N fazine, 6.00 p.m Composer of the 4
“ 615 pm. Meiody on Strings * :
60 6pm The British Association
Meets In Birmingham, 7.00 p.m. The s
News, 7.10 p.m. News Analyst 7.15 ‘ ’
pin. Music in Miniature, 7.45 p PATENT’ BARLEY
Fngiish Elequence, 38.00 p.m Ra ry ;
ewersel, ais oe eee tastier makes milk more digestible for baby
Report, 8.20 p.m. Interlude, 8.30 p.n . %
The Debate Continues, 845 pm. In ‘ ’ _
terlude, 8.55 pm. From The kxdltortals PATENT’ GROATS ‘
90 pm From The Promenad makes weaning a happy time for baby caate
Concerts, 10 00 p.m. The News, 10.10
pm. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Puftney and mother
Post Office 10.45 p.m. World Afiairs
11.00 p.m. The Canterbury Tales })

British-Argentine
Trade May
Be Revived

MANCHESTER, Sept, 21

Sir John Balfour, British Am-
bassador to Argentina, said here
to-day that though trade between
the two countries was now stag-
nant, there were grounds for
cptimism on long term prospects.

The Ambassador, in England
for a holiday, said that the break-
down of the meat talks had sus-
pended Argentine-British trade
Argentina was very short of ster-
ling and much would depend upon
this year's harvest, he added.

Sir John said that he would be
in London at the beginning of next
month to find out the position
before he leaves in November.

The people are apt to think that
meat is the most important item
of export from the Argentine, but
there are many other things—
hides and a wide range of agricul-
tural produce,” he said

The Argentine Government has
stimulated farmers to produce
more agricultural produce at
economically sound pricés and to



lay store on the importance of
this in Argentine prosperity, It
remains to be seen how it will

turn out at next harvest
—Reuter



What Would The
Governor Do?

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

Should the members of Trini-
dad’s Legislative Council fail for
one reason or another to elect an
Executive Council at its first meet-
ing which will be held on October
20, the Governor will be faced
with two alternatives—that of ad-
ministering the Government with-
out the advice of his Executive
Council or using his powers to ex-
tend the life of the old Executive
Couneil,

According to the provisions un-
der the new Constitution which
jeals with the Executive Council,
it is provided that the Legislative

Couneil shall, not Jater than its
third sitting after the commence
ment of Constitution order and

after every dissolution of the Leg-
istative Council, elect from among
the Elected members thereof five
persons to be elected members of
the Executive Council. It is under-
stood that following the first meet-
ng in October, the new Legisla-
ure may meet on October 27.

Czech Nuns Put
To Forced Labour

VATICAN CITY, Sept. 21.

The Vatican Radio to-day
charged Czechosiovakia with run-
ning “concentration convents” in
which nuns were put to forced
jabour under the supervision of
gaolers, The radio said that such
cvivents existed at Kostoina,
Privoz and Biscupice,

At Mocenok, about 60
were imprisoned in the
building of the Religious
of Christian Brothers.

In camp at Podolinee in Slo-
vikia 600 imprisoned monks and
priests were subjected to reprisals
after the escape of six of their
fellow prisoners, the Radio added.
It also said that persecution was
also increasing in Lithuania where
religious hymns are forbidden
unless approved by police, and
where a tax is imposed on every -
one entering church.—Reuter.

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Friday, “September 22, 1950



POSTAL RATES

THE resolution passed by the House of
Assembly on Tuesday providing for the
revision of air mail rates on letters, post
cards and air letter forms as from October
1 will come as a surprise to those who hopea
that there would have been a reduction
instead of an increase in postage rates io
the United Kingdom.

The official explanation for the increase
in rates to North America is that Canada
and the United States had imposed slightly
higher terminal charges than before. The
change will mean that there will be an
increase from Barbados of two cents to
Canada and two cents to the United States
The increase on rates to Great Britain of &
cents is due to the action of B.O.A.C. bring-
ing their rates into line with those arranged
by international agreement.

The main benefit which will accrue from
the overall change is that inter-area rates
will be reduced. This is encouraging for
the people of the area where for a long time
higher rates than were necessary have been
paid.

Present adjustments were made on the
recommendation of the Colonial Postmaster
who has spent much time and energy in
getting the matter settled. Communications
between the Barbados Government and the
British Government have been going on for
some time since it was agreed that we
could not refuse the increase asked by
Canada and the United States,

In his memorandum the Postmaster
pointed out that consequent on the changes
made during the last six months in the con-
veyance of mails an upward revision was
necessary if the Government was not to
sustain a loss of revenue. On this informa-
tion the addendum attached to the resolu-
tion was based.

The revision does not bring any profit to
the Government but merely seeks to pre-
vent a loss of revenue which would have
followed the increases by Canada and the
United States.

It would appear that this upward revi-
sion was inevitable although it has been
long in coming. The Barbados Government
refused years ago to join in the general
agreement for the carriage of mails by
B.W.1LA., and continued to pay at a rate
which cost this island huge sums of money





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



apvoereE SPANISH WAY OF LIFE TRIP IT LIGHTLY

Hy H. Edward Knoblaugh

MADRID,
The music of guitars and casta-
;nets is beautiful and romantic
enough, but a distinguished
American authority says folks
|back home should learn that it

| typifies only the “cheap” Spain.

| Dr. Carleton Smith, director of
{the National Arts Foundation of
|New York who has just completed
study of Spanish

of a 17-country

jan exhaustive

; culture as part
| programme, said Americans know
jless about Spain than they do
{about any other European nation.

His findings in the field of folk-
lore cured some of his own previ-
} ous misconceptions, which he be-
lieves were fairly representative
of those still held by many people
in the United States,

“I was amazed,” Dr. Smith said,
| “by the variety and colour of the
old songs of Spain. What those in
the states know is the Spain of the
guitar and the castanets, the gay
music of Andalusia,

“But it is only the “cheap” Spain
which travels. Many of the dances
of the north, for instance, have
never been seen in America. I
heard in the mountains of Asturias
melodies almost exactly like those
which we recorded in the Cauca-
sus, in the rugged passes between
Khasbek and Elborus. There is
jno known explanation for this
similarity.”

Dr. Smith refers to himself as
“a native of the cornfields of

Illinois.” The National Arts Foun-
lation which he heads is a private
| philanthropic organization devoted
{to increasing interest in the arts
|} in the United States and to stimu-
| lating greater exchange of arts and
| artists between nations,

it is imperative that there be
| interchange of art between Spain
{
i



and the United States,” Dr, Smith



On Saturda last week, 108
accompanied by 72 wives
and children arrived in England

ifrom the United States. Some of

} scholars

hem leave soon for the Colonies
important research
there Before they dis-
however, they will be
treated to a three-day orienta—
tion prograurmme arranged by the
United States Educational Com-
mission in London, an adminis-
trative body of the Fulbright
l

rogramme

} carry oul
} work
| perse,



The
| What is

Fulbright Programme?
and what does it seek
intention of the Pro-
jgramme is the utilisation for

ucalonal purposes of foreign
credits and currencies acquired by
the United States in the disposal
of surplus property abroad, The
idea was conceived by Senator
J. William Fulbright of Arkansas,
Ne was responsible for the intro-
duction of the necessary legisla~
ton in Congress, which amended
the Surplus Property Act of 1944.
Accordingly, a new Act known
as the Fulbright Act was signed
in Congress August, 1946,

Under the terms of the Act,
financial provision “is made for
American citizens pursuing higher
education in foreign countries or
conducting research investigations
or alternately for foreign students
;and scholars taking courses im
America or in higher institutions
of learning outside the continental
United States. Tuition, mainten-





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said, “Nothing is to be gained by Serge Koussevitsky, Dmitri
further a of the Spanish Mitropoulos, Louis Bromfield,
people from the outside world. Charles Laughton, Sir Osbert

And the people of the United
States have a great deal to learn
from Spain.

“Visiting here makes one realize
that the history taught in the
United States is English history. to
We are not fully aware of the tra- famous Prado Museum to permit a
ditions and culture which exist on represenative collectich of their
this peninsula. The rich and little- paintings to be shown in the
known folklore of Spain is in real- United States. Up to this time
ity the best key to an understand- they have been reluctant to permit
ing of the character and personal- any of the Prado’s great collec-
ity of the Spanish people.” tion of Goya’s, Velazquez’s and

In addition to encouraging —!} Greco’s works to be taken
American lovers of music, paint- abroad for fear that a change of
ing and sculpture to come to climate might injure them
Spain, the National Arts Founda-

Dartus Milhaud, Car) Milles, Jan

Sibelius, Katherine Cornell and

Ralph Vaughan-Williams

An effort likewise will be made
persuade directors of the

tion is arranging for Spanish , Dr. Smith goes from Spain
artists to come to the United “rough France ana Italy to
States. Yugoslavia and Poland. In each

“The best young voice I have Country he looks for artists who
heard in Europe in ten years is Ca visit the United States and
that of Victoria-de los Angeles, of ‘ties to arrange for interchange

Sitwell, George Bernard Shaw,} the future.

Hy Fred Doerflinger
LONDON
MEN and women will tread more lightly in

Britain’s Shoe and Leather Fair at Lon-
don’s Olympia Hall made it evident that the
light, flexible shoe is the shoe of the future.

Women’s shoes in 1951 will be lighter and
plainer than they have been in 15 years and
men’s footwear more colorful and daring.

These fashions will not be restricted to
Britain for official figures show that the

nation’s total exports of boots and shoes have
arisen from about $8,960,000 in the first seven

months ef 1949 to almost $14 million in the
same period this year.

There was an increase in sales to the
United States from about $1,400,000 in the





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be heard in the Metropolitan
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An attempt is being made tc

stage festivais of Spanish folklore
here during the summer months,
when Americans are in Europe.

If the Abbot of the Monastery
at Montserrat will agree, a» per-
formance of Wagner's “Parsival"
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Burgos, not to mention Santiagc Successors to

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to advise it on its work in Spain. preserved, as well as vestments

Among present Foundation and objects of art which cannot
advisers are Dr. Albert Schweit- be seen elsewhere in the world.’



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American Governmenis,
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British

4a
it pro-
linancial assistance uo
scholars in the torm ot
travel grants for researcn and
other educational activities in
the United States.

The administration of ihe
Fulbright Programme is now in
its second year. During tne first
year of the scheme, i.e. 1949—50,
no less than 138 British scholars
and 165 Americans (including sy
Professors) received direct bene-
fit from it. For the current year
(the second year of the scheme),
159 graduate students have receiv-
ed grants to Universities in the
United Kingdom and the Colonies;
63 Advanced Research Scholars
and Visiting Lecturers have
received awards to Universities
in the United Kingdom and the
Colonies: 260 British and Colonial
students, Lecturers and Research
scholars may receive round-trip
grants to American Universities;
and under the Anglo-American
Teachers Inter-change system
208 secondary and elementary
teachers will have their ocean
fares paid out of the scheme.

Already in Malaya and Hong
Kong, Dr, Paul B. Means, Pro-
fessor of Religion in Oregon
University is conducting research
into “Modern Trends in Malayan
Islam". In October this year, he
will be joined by Dr. Norton S.
Ginsburgh, Research Associate of





ladies. Fussy, high-heeled and heavy shoes
will be “out” by next spring.

Evening sandals are mere concoctions of
tiny straps, court shoes are low cut and
asymmetric. Afternoon and evening shoes
with heels ranging from flat to 244 inches
replace those of 3 to 34% inches. Wedges are
only available at a modest height and most
are scooped out at the back for lightness.

British manufacturers appear to be oper-
ating on the premise that every well-dressed
woman will own at least one pair of heel-less
“casuals” or, if she is very short, “flatees.”

Brown calf or two-colour suede and leather
combinations are most popular for day wear
and black suede or velvet for evening. New Imperial
colours are wine and grey in two-tone, bottle-
green, grey, dark brown and beige. = Se +

There has been a revolution in winter =e
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by the foreign research students.
For example, Dr. Leonard Broom
Assistant Professor of Sociology
California University, is now
examining “Social problems in
ethnological groups’ as existing
in the West Indies,

In February, 1951, Dr. F. Jeyer
Nimkoff, Professor of Sociology,
Bucknell University will under-
take an important; research at
the University College of the
West Indies, the findings of which
will contribute to the study of
human relations. He will make
a Comparative study of Negro
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The University Colleges of West
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sometime this month, is Dr. Wil-
liam Russel Bascom, Associate
Professor of Anthropology, North-
western University. “Study of the
Yoruba’ Tribe of Nigeria” will be
the subject of his research. When
the new academic year starts at
Makerere College, Uganda in
Octeber, Dr. Elizabeth Hoyt, Pro-
fessor of Economics at Iowa State
College, will be there to conduct
a research into President Truman's
“Point IV Programme”. This pro-
gramme which has gained univer-
sal admiration, despite criticism of
delay in its realisation, provides
for the technological development
of “backward areas”, It is, there-
fore, not unlikely that Professor

cloth are a “hot” favourite for export markets
and one firm is putting out “Pawnee”, a high-
heeled cowboy style boot, copied from
Pawnee Bill’s outfit in “Annie Get Your
Gun.”

In general, bootees for women are gayer
than ever before. They have shed their
clumsy look and now show that comfort and
warmth can be synonymous with elegance.

For children the latest thing is crepe-soled
shoes made of armadillo skin in most every
colour.

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making the sender in the Caribbean area = ost-aredusten te she, Unites renearchee-~ snaialy sociological already made for 13 scholars from J Shoe-welt in one-seventh of the time taken THURSDAY, 28TH mn
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United Kingdom - concerned, it would a _ LONDON, striking busmen fear is that the ‘boosard British héumewives are Export prices for women’s and children’s e
appear to be the inevitable result of the Fat eee ee abag i women iS rg up sae te receive = Ue hook in} shoes particularly appeared highly competi- -_ cece asked to take note
ese! ; : itis ome Pe es s ‘ e depleted ranks o: e male which they are asked to enter a]; of the above and arran ; ;
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taxpayer gets reductions, whereas the full ulative, upward gaze of London’s gdditional £1 a week will be ture for one week on their house-|—— cc Sly.
rates without any preferential treatment is | {nuescribuble whine ie telling enored., Some. time ago the holds and themselves. Air Mails
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Colonial or not. ence overhead, Some of these request for action to secure the ¢Ver she spends today, it is never} SIR,—I was astonished to see that Air Mail post- a Oxy °
jets flying fairly low over the additional pay. The argument enough to meet rising prices, the lage is to be raised. The need of to-day is for
City yesterday morning attracted Was that other claims required to housewife may envy Mr. Gaits- speedy delivery of mail, and business and private DRY GOODS DEPT.
particular attention, Perhaps pe pressed first. kell’s good fortune in being ablejindividuals will suffer by this raise in postage. I .
because their combined roar did ‘The significant thing from the t wore with ar oy - a was hoping it would be lowered, many a poor per-
not face the full competition of yernment’s i f view, how- Penditure in millions. And she}son cannot afford now to mail an urgent letter even SSS
New Boys’ Club the street traffic noises: half of the Bea ta a Susieoese Gite Which may wonder what's the point of | by sea, and this will be a serious handicap to pov- 4
e city’s buses have been silenced the strike follows upon the de- ®2yone knowing what she spends |erty-stricken Barbadians, as well as our business PSOSSSSIGISG SD % GOSS?
ta by sudden strike action, cision of the Trade Union Congress When after all she knows that if|magnates who are already suffering by backward %
LAST NIGHT the second Boys’ Club Among the street crowds, 1 was last week to end the wage- She had the money she could and | methods. Our corregponierce must fe {iuresnes Y, 8
. ‘ ‘ ong > street ¢ ds RA Se is pon, roula spe s sh re, or the good of our island an elivery speeded up. .
founded by the Police was opened in |... inadvertent. sharer of the Testraint policy. ee aoe Sei Se. More letter boxes are needed, and better postal 2 ;
Speightstown. The representative gather- reactions of one woman to the ‘The fact that the T.U.C. chamige ation of great importance that can |Service, a letter can save a life very often, this 2
8 Te a ae ee jet visitation, Feelingly, she of mood in regard to wages policy be obtained in ho other way,’|Should be realised in every department. Speed up .
ee eee pee a o ik : ee my? oa a must be rekaried as a new phase Bay e the Director of Research in pase Srp er oe and help sinoenn Your! ;
such were n » tO Show tha 1e efor war enue hanked God that jn the economic situation was ad- his letter on behalf of the Gov-| Oy want speed cops. . Z .
ma acti . Z 1 would never agéin be afraid. jittea by the Minister of State ernment’s Social Survey, ‘This Unemployed WE! . $
de to supply healthy tecreation for ee But" -—-and she covered her eyes — for Economic Affairs, Mr. H. Gait- Social Survey has for some time \ The Eaitor, The gern = GEArE NoTs HitrEaS te te x
derprivileged children: has been appreci- “Lm not so sure now.... skell, when deputising in the been collecting information about] SIR,—I beg your leniency again in deep sym- CEREBOS SALT BLACK PEPPER s
ted Perhaps it*was unfair of her to Commons for the Chancellor of people's spending on different| pathy with a letter from “Desperate Youth.” It is PEARL BA 4
ated, k he jets. She reflected ¢ 7 : ir: -Staffor ; RLEY in Tins PURE VINEGAR
alame the jets: She reflected a ihe Exchequer, Sir Stafford goods and services for use in offi-|shameful that only a hurricane, a fire, or old age,
: . y ’ ’ g FIGS BISTO GRAVY POWDER
; : Sai ah ensla general mood, It had been a Cripps, still resting in the country. cial statements and teports on the|can bring help to a sufferer, and the unemployed BACON in Tins PICKLED WALNUTS %
It is as well that the second club shoul sty oo ing = = —_ Mr. Gaitskell informed the House nation’s economy. who te going ae a living death, just breath- CANADIAN EGGS ;
: ‘ aT ac + sac what lifeless, unreal debates in that the Minister of Labour was ae : r ing that’s all, are despised and never given fa
— a oes oeenees ret mes the specially recalled Parliament. tg antes thar sre situation with rer ereeies yo gape as | thought, : .
own of importance in nis isiand. Ir There had been an absence of 5 ions and emplovers in the Stvictly confidential, @ answer Then again, I notice sir, that married women are | 9 c
Bidsctisbern this club will cater to a num- news of any particular signifi- ae formulate a cdrmegon to anybody who thinks it all sav-j given day and night jobs that some single young df ,

; : 4 } cance from Korea. British publi¢ policy “for dealing. with, what Ours &f snooping if that experi-|man and woman could fill. Why don’t these ladies Mee. a a . : - ¢
ber of children drawn from several adjoin- opinion felt the need of a stinu- promises to be -a-contribution ta one aye spawn people have been jget ponies work to do, and give single young people ‘ a 7 , i : %
4 ; ‘ r . » £ “ : lus. The Government’s bomb- jijaarie ury dangers. ery Wi 1g to answer questions;a chance? I
ing districts and where trade and com came Beak Whee td pe dangers aboot tain apendingt They would | Uesewr the ubemployment question fs taken se: Bg
mercial enterprise continues to grow. ue had not yet fallen. If he did not perhaps set the b@,even more willing, no loubt,| ously, more grievances will arise and ferment in 4

The London “bus strike which heather on fire in his lengthy @X- to! put a, few questions to Mr.}Barbados. The cry of the unemployed is the sad- MILK FED CHICKENS
began on Thursday and has position of what the rearmameyt ‘Gaitskell’s Chief as to why the; dest of all, and just as urgent as any hurricane re-

A Boys’ Club in any part of this island
should thrive if for no other reason than
that it is necessary and beneficial to the
community.

MILK FED DUCKS
COD FISH, SOLE,

spread has been based on objec- programme meant in terms of weekly. pay -packet gets” so light | lief. HUMAN BEING.
tions to women being employed meney, Mr, Gaitskell showed a ‘after ‘the needs of his “Pay-as- | Sin Eggs

as conductors— “clippies” is the dexterity with figures that may You+Rarn” ineone-tax needs are aaa iia she :

London term for it, This is no be the enemy of certain house- met. | he Editor, e vocate,

KIPPERS
» FRESH VEGETABLES



SIR,—This is my second vacation to this island,
which I have recommended to all my country fel-
lows as being one of the most beautiful places 7" j
over the world. I have and I am proud to say |X%
contributed to tourism as I am the owner of one







and insulting attitudes, The stores
are quite able to hire detectives

Evergreens CHEESE — $3.25

The public has been awakened to the Our Headers Say a SIRI read of the new market

5
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5-Ib Tin PASTEURISED
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; = i x” watchers if they think their ; ; S ‘i lant Per Tin ;
$s née reduce the - or watc area son the Horizon, but in the mean- of the Travel Agencies in Caracas, Venezuela. I
fact that clubs of this ateey: a Old Time Habits customers are thieves. The avet- tine can’t the congested alleys be have sent quite a number of tourists to spend a RAISINS lé6c. per Tb $
need for support of corrective institutions. pa poor = n is pe ee vacated and cleaned up, and a vacation and many Eater Ran m : abs f e %
»y are willing Che Editor, The Advocate, ROPE Skene Guy So Cee temporary market given; this n this trip I found a very odd situation whic ¥
ney have proved spat aay oa me a "SIR, “Every day 40 every way, -estancants.-y ion’t aould be made under the shade I believe is very easy for you to remedy and that
support these clubs either financially or by | | p../..hos should be getting better — Then hse eS are oni of the Evergreens near St, Mary's Will be of very much interest to the organization] SHARP’S TOFFEES J & R BREAD & CAKES
i i i t +. igite Mad and eve et a rest far less é 2ce! a oe, a A \ °
service. There will be no lack of service in ind better, but it is “bitter and OVER Bev ter is served, no bread Whet e there is so much space for an is trying to give an impulsive movement to ARR'S SWEET BISCUITS CROWN DRINKS
Speightst h uting and ‘oth bitterer.” | Tea-rooms and grocer- Tis vitter, only the waiter look- idlers. Busby’s Alley is a disgrace * eet inquired with regard to the Asherm - - %
1 stown where sco 1g and other : ah | eeahtiess i catialiae sfore and butter, onl; > we Sa ' a a . a ave inqui a oO e fishermen
pele ; : . ; ies. now have new habits, 7 oe ing anxiously for you to get going #24 & mass of confusion exists, breaking tha Veee eggs” and throwing the few PLAYER’S CIGARETTES TOP NOTCH RUM g
activities in the interest of youth have you eat or purehase, you must ! , ; ae sel, also the sun is bitter, and what | ?
p : and pay the almighty dollar. . . into the ocean and I was told that it is forbfide %
ak . t pay, that is very wrong, and no pas = with heat and women’s tongues, by law bat the nt is that in front ct a Worthi nm PLAYER'S TOBACCO GOLD BRAID RUM %
taken on a new aspect, justice to the cutee, + bang be Barbados must preserve her the enters cog be badly oe Guest House, t is being done every day a’ aha eee ; 3
tasteless or you get what you arm, her old time methods must pressed. Try the Ever ns until therefore bathing has to be done with shoes. x ln i . fro GODDARD'S
“- ve . denawkk nublic : int, a smile is given. This 74+ aie out an ultra-modern mar can be | do someth: aa rare vee o> ¥$
The best wishes of the Be neral public Lbs chaste tar tad and oo catahliched, ese you can ing to help in this x
will go out to this new Boys’ Club. couraging wrong thinking GRAY BONNET WOMAN-SHOPPER Caracas, Venezuela. ; i 65§600.96609509608SS000000000000S00008S00SES65 ¥





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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1950

Fishing Boats
Rotting On | eae | eee
The Reef a ;

HERE ARE ABOUT 11
ing boats ranging from 17

to 22 feet long hauled up on the |
Reef ground some without spars |
and jibbooms. :

An owner of one of these boats |
said yesterday that he hopes to
sell his and buy a smaller wan. |
Some of them have been lying
there for about one year rotting
and falling vo pieces.

Many of the owners complain
that the equipment to make their
Loats seaworthy is too expensive
and they can’t afford to carry
oul repairs,

IVINGSTON TAITT of Sharon,

4 St. John was admitted and
detained at the General Hospital
about 6.45 p.m. on Wednesday
after he was stabbed by another
man about 5.30 p.m. the same
day.

Taivt’s condition is not consider—
ed to be serio

HE BRITISH COUNCIL have

now resumed their film shows

and to-night there will be one for
Scouts und Guides in uniform at
the Scout Headquarters, Beckles
Road, beginning at 8 o’clock,

Special feature of this Show
will be seenes Yaken at the Com- ti
bermere School grounds on the
last Empire Day_when the Scouts
spent the morning in out—door
activities there.

BARBADOS





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MR. K. W. BLACKBURNE takes the oath as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Leeward
Islands.

ee _|Drop Class, Race Hatred |

community,
try and serve the community if we

are

because

20th century is the historical|*®€ common task each his own
period in which the decision has| ft. Democracy in both the Uni-
to be made as to whether what|ted Kingdom and the United

we know as democracy is to tri-

ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE





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Says Leewards Councillor

(From Our Own Correspondent) 14K

ST. JOHNS 1X}
THE HON. S. T. CHRISTIAN, Senior Unofficial Mem- {}}\
ber of the General Legislative Council of the Federated }
Leeward Islands, in a welcoming speech to Mr. Blackburne
on Tuesday said : “It is so easy in a mixed community
to seek to gain a temporary political advantage by preach-
ing race-hatred, class divisions and prejudices but those
who aspire to statesmanship must realize that in this
direction lies the retardation of normal progress—a dis-
advantage from which a racially homogeneous community
does not suffer. We have been kept back in the past by
a stressing of racial and class differences.
We will continue to lag behind -——— »ther communities if part of our;"™ph over the qictatership that
nergies is spent in seeking to| Prevails in a considerable section
perpetuate these differences, There |©f the world. We have that de-
s room for us all to serve the| cision to make in this colony as
Indeed we must al]!i® all the other West Indian col-
onies
The temptation is great at times,
particularly among the politically
immature to put our faith in an in-
dividual dictator as against the
harder course of learning how to
govern ourselves by bringing to



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Our task in the West Indies, we
aware,
he world,

is as in the rest of
rendered more difficult

this second half of the

States is learning the need for a
dynamic leadership and a teach-
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derlie the truly democratic state.

It is in a period of such con-
flicting principles that Your Ex-

AND IS HAPPY cellency will be called to lead

Have you ever met an expert} US, 8 people hitherto unused to



MENDS BAGS

| ae BEGGING alms on Broad
Stree’ on September 20

MR. JUSTICE JACKSON is nearest the Bible.

|
to progress according to our

sharing in the hard task of self-
government. It will take all your
wisdom, all your strength of
character, all the faith in your

crocus bag mender? In case you
are interested there is one — 9
woman — who sits on a small



bench under a shady tree on the



James Chandler a 52-year-old ;
jJabourer of Orange Hill, St. Christ Chureh May
James was yesterday sentenced

to two months’ imprisonment by
His Worship Mr. C, L. Walwyn. Get Playing Field
He appealed.
A JURY RETURNED a verdict THE Christ Courcn Vestry are
of death by natural causes; making plans to build a playing
when an inquiry into the deavn!|field on part of Kent Plantation,
of 74-year-old Albert Goodridge | Sarjeant’s Village. A rough esti-
of St. Thomas was held by Mr,|}Mate of the cost of the playing
E. A, McLeod Coroner of District | field is $19,614. As soon as the
“A” yesterday. Building Committee reaches agree-
Goodridge was admitted to the ment as to the cost, they will ask
General Hospital on August 15 {Government for the money. The
and died on Sepvember 14. Vestry came to that decision at

their meeting yesterday.
7) UBY YARD of Government

i Hill was placed on a bord! pygyj falda C ;
aying Fields Committee told
for three months by Mr. McLeod | the a yventcy that the approximate

yesterday for throwing stones 01/ area of the proposed site was three
Government Hill on September



Mr. Goddard, a member of the



jacres. The land was owned by
21, Mr. H. O. Emtage and he had
agreed to accept $600 per acre

ss for it.
Fight The Heat | The $19,614 would cover the

e | buying of the land, the erection of
With Mauby ja Community Hall which would
also serve as a pavilion, put up an
One of the best drinks a manj enclosure, prepare ‘the grounds,
can have these hot days is mauby fend install water,
thinks Florence Jones of Bay
Land, St. Michael. She told the
“Advocate” yesterday that many
years ago the drink was only
taken by the lower class of people!
but today all classes of the com-
munity have realised how good a
drink it is especially when the
heat is sapping one’s energy,
The bark which makes
mauby comes from the islands
St. Lucia, Dominica and St. Vin-
cent ‘and resembles spice.
It is not difficult to make mauby.
First the bark is put into a dry'

After a suggestion by Mr. Dray-
ton, the Vestry decided to use as
much wall in the building of the
vavilion as possible.

Mr, Chase said that wall would
be stronger and more economical



The site chosen would serve six
districts : St. David’s, Sarjeant’s
the Village, Upper Clapham, Upper
pf| Britton’s Hill, Vauxhall and
Worthing View



saucepan free from grease, for What’s on ‘Today
grease will prevent that foam! ;
which bubbles at the top from Court of Ordinary at 11 a.m

forming. |

The bark is then put into water
and boiled for about two hours.
All the bitters are thus extracted
from it.

When the boiling is finished the
bitters is strained and added to!
the required quantity of water
which is already sweetened with

EN ia , : Mr. J. L, Cheltenham, Christ

Standing under a tree in Fair-'Church parochial assessor, was
child Street with a white apron| granted three months’ sick leave
around her waist and surrounded) by the Christ Church Vestry, as
by labourers sipping her mauby,jfrom August 1. K
Jones said that she has been sell-
ing on that spot for over six years
and has found it profitable.

Her 9-gallon mauby can is gen-
erally filled up three times a day.
One of the headaches of the
mauby seller is the replacing cf
glasses which are broken regu-
larly by careless customers. Tin
cups are used as well but these
do not find favour with everyone,

A pint glass of the beverage
filled to the brim is sold for three
cents.

Mobile Cinema, St. Cather-
ine’s School Pasture, St.
Philip at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert at
Silver Sands at 8.00 p.m.

GRANTED LEAVE



A TRIBUTE

The Christ Church Vestry paid
tribute to the late Mr. C. L. Elder,
Mr, A, M. Jones brought up the
motion for the tribute being
recorded and told the Vestry of
Mr. Elder’s services to the Parish
and to Barbados. The motion was
seconded by Mr. Brandford.

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Hurricane Gives Boost Bisvers i teueet Ggetrlon, vee on ae
yays ranspor

ment at
River koad,

e e }
To Housing In Antigua of the many bags which are al-| Many factors beyond the influence

Depart- | cess.
the lower end of Particularly in the field of eco-
There she plies her} Nomics will your task be a hard

HARRISON'S



ong needle on one after the other|one. In this field there are so BROAD ST.

c LOCAL AGENTS
ways spread about her. She does\of the individual or indeed of any
not hurry, but she works quickly'single community. By land set- DIAL 2364

New Governor Says ‘‘Help Yourself” |'

(From Our Own Correspondent) I

MR. K. W. BLACKBURNE, C.M.G., the new Governor
of the Leeward Islands, said at his “Swearing In” ceremony
on September 18th that an extensive housing programm«
is to be carried on in Antigua. i

Since rebuilding is now essential His Majesty's Gov-]'
ernment is prepared to make a contribution to the cost of
a programme of gradually replacing low standard houses,

Mr. Blackburne said:
What Is The

“His Majesty’s Government
recognises that the inhabitants of
Antigua cannot fully repair the
Camage done by the recent hur- e 9
ricanes even with the generous D re
help which has been given by iffe ence
organisations, individuals here and
over-seas, and by other Caribbean Although taking no active part
territories, His Majesty’s Govern- in politics, Mr. ©. H. Johnson is
ment has, therefore as a first step,| Mever afraid to say what he thinks,
agreed, subject to Parliaments|i/ by expressing his opinion he
approval to make grants totalling| {eels that it is good for Barbados,
£50,000 to help in relieving im-| Yesterday Mr, Johnson told the
mediate distress, in meeting sup-{ Advocate his views on Commu-
plementary Government expendi-} nism and Socialism. These two}
ture, in re-building destroyed} philosophies he claims are partners |
stone and wooden houses and re-| in crime to kill the individual)
pairing damaged ones, and inj iniliative of man and to remove
rebuilding wattle and daub hous-| from any single mind the right to
es as temporary accommodation, | think and plan and work inde-
4 vendently.

Wattle and Daub Houses |* The strength and prosperity of
_, But His Majesty’s Government) america has been built on private
is convinced that an improvement onjerprise, and it is because tha
in the housing standards of} great country has seen how Europe
Antigua is long overdue, and,) }\a5 suffered and England is suffer
since rebuilding is now essential,| ing from “Isms”, that the Unite:
is prepared to make a contribu-

a

io. b 2 ‘ Our States is now determined to re-

of r ops i ~— a programMe|+.in freedom of industrial enter-
- slig saniasing Sake “i

of gradually replacing low stand \ prise for her people. Mr. John-

ard houses, The extent of this) con saiq that the success
help will be assessed as soon 8S|business stays a bett
possible after full details of the)j, 0. who

of every
r chance wher



those who direct have their

‘ ada ure ‘6 z oH
See ie aaa a oe own money at stake, and no indus-
Antigua “but in order t % elieve try or business owned and run by
iriieainie Svensson nal Gis la Government could possibly be}
tress His Majesty’s Gotanopanta as efficient when the heads realise

Ss s Ma ant’s ;

: : » +43 that losses will not come from
assistance ;
ri ance will be on condition) sin own pockets, but from the



that owners of destroyed wattle neat e) the
and daub houses accept immedi-| POC*CS OF Ene
ate grants to rebuild in wattle and| ?"°"
daub. Moreover, owners of wattle Communistic Policy
and daub houses who are selected “What could be more commu-!
for the replacement programme] nistic than the nationalization of
will be required to make as large} 4 successful industry” he asks. “A
ja contribution as they can in| man builds up a business by his
imoney or labour towards the cost blood, sweat and brain,—that
of improved housing.” business employs thousands of
£50,000 From Britain people,—provides necessary rev-
What this statement means is| enue and material for the coun-
that grants of £50,000 are to be try.—it becomes a leading indus-
try in the world adding prestige
\and reputation to the country in
which it is established, and what
happens—the Government comes

unfortunate tax-

@® Un page 8.

along and says that they must
have it and run it. What could
| be more communistic than that?
' The Communist Government of
| England (for that is certainly
}what it is says Mr. Johnson) is

about to ruin one of the few
j industries of which that
I ox untry can be justly proud, I am
| sure that an enemy would have
more fear facing a,tank built by ¢

,; now
remaining

, private firm than one made by é
Government firm, but then afte
all, is not this nationalizatior

lexecdy what Joe Stalin wants

! His war material is Government

|

i

made and hence it can’t meet ir
juality and workmanship the wal
material made by American pri-
vate enterprise. As far as our
little Island is concerned, I would
ask our politicians to look and see

what was the result of nation-
alization in Australia and New
when thirsty workers rushed to the nearby carts Zealand, Let us not make the

same mistakes, as the public pay
! in the end, not the politicians.




REALLY

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| DELIGHTFUL
| PRUNES
|| CREAM

TRY SOME

|, TO-DAY

) KNIGHT

Yesrs







about the city and country and|community some progress will be
buys them from grocers and small] made;

ST. JOHNS. aa 55 years old, she goes] improvements
|b keepers.

trade, but looked with suspicion Jagricultural

development if our
at a pen and note book and WuSjincreasing population is to be
chary of disclosing her name. kept from being unemployed or

she works now for quite a while
but does not confine herself to|the course of preparation of this
any
eight cents for a bag which is not that make a good Governor

and neatly,



tlement schemes. by improvement

For 20 years now she has beenjin methods of agriculture by
mending empty crocus bags.|spreading the knowledge of those
throughout the



7 yr "@’

FULL RANGE OF STYLES AND
+ ¥ as Pa

but some kind of manu- SIZES IN STOCK.
facturing enterprise, some con-
She seemed satisfied with lite,| siderable development of our nat-
is she told the Advocate yester-|ural attractions to the tourist trade
lay of what she called her bag must proceed side by side with

She has been working where} under-employed.
I found






myself speculating in

one place. She pays about

speech on what are the qualities
or
too badly torn, and four cents] petter still, a great Governor, It
for others is not merely good intentions.

When mended a bag brings her|phe road to a warmer place than
zixteen cents, : i the tropics, it is claimed, is

City firms which deal in pull paved with these. I do not think
verised lime or schooner agents that the Leeward Islands has in
who deal in coals, buy the bags
from her and other women of her
trade,

recent times had a governor whose
intentions were not consciously
“good”. It is chiefly a question
of emphasis and a sense of pro-
portion
No government which
claim to be “good” can fail to
At Standstill place the emphasis on measures
which benefit those in the com-
TRADE in pottery is almost;munity who most need Govern-
stagnant during the hurricane|ment’s help—better health, better
season, a group of itinerary sell- housing, better education, foster-
ers told the “Advocate” yesterday.|ing a spirit of co-operation, and
These were from Chalky| Most important constant improve-
Mount, St. Andrew, and had their | ment in the standards of the pub-
wares on their favourite spot by|lic service, without which none of
the Chamberlain Bridge for sale.|those things which precede this
Monkeys, flower pots, ashjare possible.
trays, vases, flower bowls, chil-}| Added to these should be a
dren’s toys, puzzling boxes, can-] spirit of “Justice and Fairplay for
dle sticks and various other arti-| all” to adopt the motto of one
cles comprised the fine collection, | of our local newspapers, These
One seller told the “Advocate”|consciously aimed at and applied
in the afternoon that she was on}|can make a Governor a good Gov-
the spot from early in the morn- | ernor. A great Governor needs
ing and had sold nothing for the |someth'ng of the flash of genius
day. in his application of all these to
it was only around festivals,jthe community over which he
especially Christmas, she said that]presides so that he catches the
one could expect good sales, imagination, the respect, the af-
Nevertheless, everyday _ these fection of those whom he is ap-
people come from their homes| pointed to serve. Our hope is that
hoping to do some business. , you, Sir, will prove to be a “Great
Governor.”

River Banks |,
Are Bushy |,

The banks of the Consvitutior
River are bushy now after the
continuous rains, On either side
of Constitution Road, the bush, is
about two feet tall in paris, but
the sandy soil looks cleaner than
usual,



Pottery Trade

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The chartered Saguenay Ter-
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yesterday to take a cargo of
930 puncheons, 180 half-barrels
and 22 carions of molasses for
Montreal and Port Alfred, Can-
ada,

The ship is expected to leave
port on its Northbound voyage
tonight. Its local agents are
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TELEPHONE 2508 The public are hereby warned against . that they tan noW Communicate with the ‘ BROADWA } DRESS SHOP
giving credit to my wife Miriam Brown In Csrlisle Bay following ships through their Barbados| For La Guaira 1K
‘ a nena (nee DURANT) as I do not hold myself Coast oe i ss F R s.| Death ee Foens. herearet Gib | , 7
responsible for her or anyone else con- Sch h ss. amhill, § ‘ort oval, &.8 eleastillo. ans act Margaret Gib-|
DIED FOR RENT tracting any debt or debts in my name sch aren, Bs Sch. ye Rs —. America, §.8. Stugard, SS. Maria} son, John Gosney, William Gosney, John | Pivwteeees iach sintedhat our. Oretmieks wilk-toe eee
unless by a written order signed by me. Sch. Mary E. Carolis Sch. W. Lj de . §.8. Arehimede, S.S. Wii.| Gosney, Gabriel Gosney. Trina Fiam-| — —
GOULBOURNE E. BROWNE, unicia, Sch. Phyllis a bas lemstag M. T. Gobes, 88. Fort Town- rich. Maria Flamerich Julio Fiamerich, | the 12th and 13th of this n Please arrange Your
Duneans . Davidson, Seh. Emeline, | ° . Vv. ir ascogne ustavo merich (Jnr), Gustavo Flam-; on ep 12 is ™m
St. Philip a, Sch. Lochinvar S., sa. +} 8-8. Hoeshrover, 5.5. Koll, 5.8. Sundale,|erich (Snr), Elena Flamerich, Joan | :
CARRINGTON — ALETHA JANE. Her = Ss. c i S.| Winter, Aideer Winter, Christopher ,
funeral will leave ‘her late residence, HOUSES 22.9.50—2n Whicaker, Sch. Emmaniel C. Gorden. $8. African, Planet. $8. (Tiberius, $.8.| Winter, Aiden Winter. | C — Shopping Accordingly.
e Garden, St. James, this afternoon 7 . . ea ‘| 8.8. Mooncrest, S.S. Wileord, SS. Hid-| For Dominica:
sre mega Cemetery: Friend svomber i, st “RIARES: swe | ving erat ge. ie ob, tga Vanshctnar NY“ ™ | baton Se Bama, 88 tany Rodney | Yoo Garey, Chari tayo. Je aioe
” ; 5, \ Henry (nee CAMPBELL) as I do not ‘ 8. . 8. yano, §.5 a rv , Cloudagh owsmith
Allen Carringtun, Lottice Roett, Michael| Collymore Rock. Phone 472. H. Biair hold o Beduen, 8.5. Orsolina, 8.S. Ranger, S.S.} Edwin Arrowsmith .
‘i ‘ o myself responsible for her or any- ARRIVALS . 4 Combed See mite 4 79% a, , i
Symmonds. Bunniaie . a. neg one else contracting any debt or debts Betton 3.5. Abraham Ponects 3s Mosetes * plisabeth Abbott’ : ee 4 BROADWAY aR ts “ t2ib5 Be
LARGE HOUSE & APARTMENT—On in = name unless by a written order M.V. Caribbee, 300 tons net, Capt. Polycastie, SS. Captain John. — For St. Lucia: i? mi (
A Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished. | "4 BY me ckcE HENRY Ors Wihemated hes tons’ net, Capt “Yvonne. Clauzel sre SRS SSS SEES
pag toh na are Het | Phone 8357 $:9.50—t.f.n. ~~ Chalky Mount Lokiman, from Trinidad MAIL NOTICE *Susen Tittehell Cherles K
‘uneral wi eave he’ ence | ‘ . 2 2 > 4 a . mil, eles um . ° - 2 " " Ke
Whitepark Road, this afternoon at 44/ vo1aA CELESTA—Sth ccs Belle- = nee Gant teal ba Brush pas =f Majis for Dominica, Antigua, Montser- | CCSTSS9S99SSSS9S9 IRE POLE OC CE PLE LEIT EOS ¢
foe ee etry Ceeere ay {Mille Phone an. siaiillenise etlioees aie S.S. Maria de Larrinaga, 4,449 tons net. rat, Nevis, St. Kitts by the MV. Carib-| 999¢6000¢o0e.0000000000¢ | 8 2
Roy ( ° eet: ada’ Ginter) ee 21.9,50-—3n The public are hereby warned against | Capt. Leather Barrow, from Trinidad. pee > om at the General Post Ss FOR SALE S
a {nee VAD ont te tie en DEPARTURES Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 2 * : >
responsible for her or anyone Gus one S.S. Willemstad, 2.855 tons net, Capt oh pudinary Moll ot 2.39 p.m, on the > The foll ‘ English Thoroughbred Race Horses »
a SALE PUBLIC SALES tracting any debt or debts in my name} Lokman, for Madeira, 22nd September, ‘ S ne following English lhoroug “ c orses >
FO unless by a written order signed by me) tinge tiie esecineieilir ean > - = : s
Signed COLIN ROACH, ie ana eear - aee * landed in Barbados x
Sindee eassaa anh Kensington New Ra. TICES * >
9. 50—2n a : *
AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION . x GLAD EYES — LICHGATE — ENTRANCING x
——— mt The public are hereby warned against with Mentholated pre-war grade |‘ $
GAR (1) son Dodge Cat—in srcd | ving credit to my wife Eileen Fields a pre-war grad PS Each £650 %
condition. Apply Cosmopolitan Garage.| | wi) (nee BARNETT) as I do not hold myself THERLANDS . ‘ a .
Magazine Lane. Phone 3915. “a sn | at sae office Viet a scethie cee poceatatble for her or anyone else con- ROYAL NE = (#2 Pint Quality) 1X %
9.50—5n} of land with! 2 acting any t or debts in my name is 4
- ——-—-) standing 4 ing Bouse unless by a written order signed by me STEAMSHIP co. i a 1% BALLY MISTIC — GRI \T EASTERN Each £600 %
CAR-—Hillman 10 b.p. 1939 model in| ing, dining, 3 ‘out opices, Signed LUTHER FIELDS SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The N.V. “Caribbee” will | sued working order $000,00 or nearest enclosed with Gt At c - Da Costs. Land, ROTTERDAM AND ANTWERY }s} Apply O. P. BENNETT, Sou:hern Dairy - Cross - Trinidad
offer, Telephone 4137,___#2.9.50-~1n. | ton Road. Belmont Distriet, For ingpec- eS Ro | $8. “Hersilia” Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct, accept Cargo and Passengers Is : x
CAR—Hillman 10 h.p, in good condi- Archer his ie bo a R. 3rd. : | % AMS LGC O SSCP STEP AMOS SELL
tion Apply H. S. Eastmond C/p Castors, Street ; + Dial. we es SAILING YROM AMSTERDAM for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- j ie i OA =
5 22.9.50— -9,50—4n, & ’ . SSS SS SSS
ea tis Et f Ne WANTED m.s. “Bonaire” September 15th. ; i This grade is especially effective
Ph. gay ARMSTRONG ae \ SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts. against FEVER and_ Feverish
ater Sedan, x inspection, ERA “onditi ‘
particulars and price appky to Messrs. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER HELP iio ae aoe: Sailing Friday 22nd Conditions, :
ee ee re eel er al tne s.s. “Bonaire” Oct. ard ean 24e. a Bottle at You \ BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
eet. , —_——- : . : 4 . SALE
Cees Oe | Insutenes Go-¢ Tw) Olt dh Bridw,| _A GIRL to do Book Work. App in| SAILING fO MADEIRA. PLYMOUTE, oe © vou DRAIER 4 ay 4
21.9.50—6n ’ B.W.L, Schooner Owners t
Sept. ea 1 p.m. at the Courtécy | Person writing. Watkins & Co., ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM $O9960005000666060660060 |
ete Garage, ite Park, One (1) Roebuck Street. 20.9.50—4n.| m.s. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th, Asso. (Inc). : PHS |
CAR 1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine | yogel iailiman Saloon’ Car “te > m.s, “OQfanjestad” Oct. 17th Tel. No. 4047 oo
. imaged) . se ° * » ws *, i, 4 ;
gigs cade ely dk Bi Also One. (1) 1988 Model’ Morris Co: 1a QOK—Assistant Cook wanted for) (Limited passenger ‘accommodation OOPS SSF OO F9 SO SOGO TGF TG 4 1 7
Apply J, H. N. Jemmott, Good Intent, erms Cash. ee usenold. perience and good available on this vessel). s »
: VINCENT GRIFFITH. references required. Apply P. O. Box r ae . Y ~ r . .
St. George 20.9.50—4n. Sriinmic. 4 ce Abe ta. eben we. MUSSON, SON & CO. UTD. * N E Ww y
DODGE CAR—M-161. Offers in writing 50. U.aDO 5s Cae an ar nt s ~
OR CLERK f . y ‘
3 bec Secretary, Barbados by more ° and Hardware at Six Stiens, "St. Peter | e e e }s Lovely Floor Mats, Slippers, >|
ee 50—6n. Apply in writing and in person. dia N t ] St h > >
ames rare area a pecrecteat REAL ESTATE RUG G: CHALLENOR, LTD, | a n Wwationa CAMISHDIPS |Â¥ itanadags, ana table mats, 3)
ing order. Offers in writing to the Secre- aerial AS Tneerwa. ‘ x Sj 2 1g
tary, Barbados Telephone Co., Lid. The undersigned will be set up for sale | ——____ 1 a a te SONOS mowtent Melitax esa Garbedce Mactates |% ete. also Fresh Fruit =
16.9.50—6n. ideeiowe ae pa * Bien a as SR VANE henley at Hindu Store Swan LADY On 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept, 25 Sept. 28 Sept x ¥|
getown, Friday, the 22nd day o: reet. 21.9.50—2n NELS: z oa o pt. pt. pt. i D' ¥ ’
ELECTRICAL September 1950 at 2 p.m. the Sugar Works >| CANADIAN CHALLENGER | i Sept. 30 Sept.) 40 Oct. 10 Oe. | DOMINICA |
ioe LADY RODNEY .._.. . 18 Oet. 16 Oct. . t. 88 Oct. . ‘ —_—_—_—_
DEEP FREEZER—For sale or rent on|cCANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ MISCELLANEOUS CANADIAN CRUISER | 23 Oct. 97 Oct. my NO: Nov. |S ANDOCIRABESCo. >
@ monthly basis one Marquette Deep jon ied aad together by estima- INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English, LADY NELSON .. se 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. % . A 0. »
Freezer Dial 4683 or 2328. aS | ACREAGE in Plant Canes — 34%] University Graduate. School Certificate X Bridge & Trafal Streets. x
ae 9.50—S0 | Acres. and Commercial. | Proof-Reading, Typing x . TRERRERE DETORW. <5 | As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
REFRIGERATOR—One (1) Super-fex sce in Ratoons — 2% Acres. | 2nd. Stencilling efficiently and quickly) NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives | Yo es¢4s0s¢4.¢0.6.0,6.64.6.0.6.4, 6.6, 6.6.60 our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Cotayany has in
= pee See s03 condi A 7 in eparation — 33% MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538. Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal St. John consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of
Soe: iannesini Cella. Spey eee phere, will also be sold with the said 19.9.50.—16n.| LaDy NELSON .. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct, 94 Ort. ee ere and, ae to the reduction of standby Plant now
s ; 7 mn ms One Dodge Motor : LADY RODNEY .. # Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. = ~ 21 Nov. )) available as , me B
Phone 91-30. 17.9.50—t.£.n, Milch Cows, 1 Mule and ec: Same Netaeer aaeee, ae ees See = erie meee RE AL ESTATE i tatereme en a — ak b.. a necessary to shed load at
RADIO—One (1) Stewart Warner| For further particulars und conditions EDU ATIONAL |
ae can be seen any time. nee = of sale apply to the undersigned:— ‘ —_ Oar 6 S
2328. 9.50—Sn, COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. ——~| .1N.B,—Subject to change without notice. Ai] vessels fitted with coid storage cham ur Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
WASHING MACHINF -One (1) Cana- 8.9.50,—13n NOTICE bers. Passenger Fares and freight ‘tes on a to :— enone Seon ae use of Electricity, particularly during
dian Easy Spindrier with Automatic |" PNTERPRISE HOUSE ‘ ' e Peak per’ een 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notive.
Spin-rinser, this Machine is new. Apply Hi and outbuildings OWING to repairs at present being GARDINER AUSTIN & Bw. LTD. — Agents.
Pp * standing on 1% acres of in Christ .
W. B. Hutchinson & Co, Dial 4484. Church, and effected to the Christ Church Boys’} —
17.9.50—t.{.n. | “DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7} Foundation School, next term will begin SOS SPO COOF D> e ) Vv. SMITH,
Ech ant aa eae, CME | the Wh oF September et CT MANY PEOPLE x General Manager.
urch, and adjoining the abovemen- . ‘,
Seen Une Bree ron to new pulls wil be, admitted ge hoes ae IRE SI BEA fn tps, ae
4 z ¢ abovementioned properties will b : : » Ss DOr
FURNITURE--Dining table, ham set up for sale by Public Auction at Secty., Gov. Body, Boys’ Foundation “Unbreakable Pots’’ N i ay /
table, and other Se ane ween | our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge- School, Ch. Ch. %| i
4 and 6 p.m. “Leoner", Wor' "89 50—2n | WR, On Friday 29th September, 1950 (old iron meter cases) . Tr 1 x }
8. ate p pe it Transplanting their > A.F.S,, F.LV.A, L
mspection on application to Mrs.
LIVESTOCK Lueas on the ry Sa Wiss LOST & FOUND Anthurium Lilies ; x Formerly Dixon & Bladon
isin land dei peacehdicaeddteansnaniedii One young stud HORSE broken to Solicitors. N’'T x FOR
eh ZoUNe uk. GORGE broken (te a6 00 ga. Get a few before LIKE THESE CA OR SALE









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rune "” Prices 1/3, 2/6 and 4s. each. Golf Club) One of the better type
SON; “CLARENDON DAIRY FARM" |) ciq Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft. land, 2 Bed- inne — . " modern homes in a select locality,
Black Rock, St. Michael, 17.9.50—3n ' yooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette.| ONE pair of Turtle Shell Glasses in Pitch pine Chest-of-Drawers or well planned and constructed by
—— +--+ —, Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower| Cose between Public Treasury,. Public Linen Press, Family size, Trays & & a firm of repute. Large lounge,
MULE, CART & HARNESS in good) & water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-| Buildings and (Broad Street Lower) WANTED Drawers—12 » dining room, kitehen, % bedrooms q _ 4
conditicn. Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two trees; large space for Poultry. Price} Case marked .P. B. O'neal Finder return | sf . >! (with basins and fitted wardrobes)
Mile Hill, St. Michael. £1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-{ to W. St. C. Browne, C/o Customs. | oe ae ve Copinet, 3) tiled bathroont, double garage, / ; am
ete AR ly) ee mont Road, 22.9, 50—12n 19.9.50—2n We require the following per- et x wandene A eed Curent akin
PUPPIES—Male Bull Terrier Puppies | —_ i be Tek sonnel for our office:— | |Cage for big Bird, Parrot or x | and plants, This desirable prop- bl
6 weeks old. $4.00 euch. Apply “Somer- f MALE CLERK: with previous | ¢$ Dove, $1.50. Pe | erty is open to offers " > Yr x 1
set”, Upper Belmont Rd. Pereson Se eery Book- ist aatinlane Ki i A x N OVE L | t ES
24.9, 50—2n seeping experience. ashstand, worth more than, ‘ ‘as ' abate
. CHANCERY SALE STENO-TYPIST: fully : qualified iY Large Washstand, Crabwood “on % aie ae aga an me, Monat
with previous experience. | Castors, Cupboard & Drawers rall « 5 re a
MECHANICAL orn we ain FEMALE CLERK: with previous } cet ee eee Trunks, $2.60 aS, anitie’ a laneran. OR aborone.
The _undermentioned jon Office, Book-keeping experience. do-Cart, $7—Prams, $13 up—Up- mately 14,000 are feet. This Swi ;
BICYOLMS—All a ‘special low cash| public Buildings. Bridgeinwae between we tear and Amen dae teats cack tie Salaries for the above positions }})/§ holstered Antique Chair, on Cas- well built property. containing: @ WE will be opening up Production
prices — Dial 4391 Courtesy Garage. date specified below. Kf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday will depend on qualifications and |% tors, $9.50—SINGIR Hand, Treadie ¥ front gallery, large lounge, separ in the h of Oc
22,9.50-—3n | at the same place and during the same hours until seld. Full particulars on appti- experience. No person will be |X and Powerful Bootmaking Sewing x ete dining room, 3 large bedrooms, in the month of October,
width hci ent ee, Seok Ceatvenions bintee quired qualifications, opilcents ¢ x kitchen, Good courtyard at rear
3 ve ‘ t iy i er th writ y —_—_— %, } fi ; " , s o
Riso wi a i. Pan, a ie Tower ie fo apply Ab paren, with written x % Good opportunity to acquire a APPLICATIONS will be accepted
ine mp and large tank. ing 4038. s W %, 5 :
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St TRAD Go. Lap . s & S. | N x “FLORES” Kent, Christ Chureh for a number of outstanding
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PAGE EIGHT

Snappers
Bonitas 3—0O

IN the two Water: Polo games
played at the Barbados Aquatic
Club yesterday afternoon, Snap-

pers defeated Bonitas 3—0, and
Swordtish swamped Police 8—0.

For Snappers
Kenneth
scored 2 and
Delbert. Bannis-
ter 1. while for

Swordfish,
Geoffrey
sent in 4, Nestor
Portillo 3 and
' Maurice Ejitz-
gerald 1.

Ince

Foster



3 als Following are
G, FOSTER

‘he games:
BONITAS 0—SNAPPERS 3
Bonitas with iwo yvungsters,

Taylor and Feldman in their line
up, played a stubborn defensive
game for the first half, It was
only just before the interval that
Bannister, Snappers’ left wing got
through their defence and scored
the first goal for his team.

Snappers opened the attack after
the interval and Bannister only
had the goal-keeper, Maurice
Foster to overcome, but the latter
saved well

This was Bonitas’ first encoun-
ter with Snappers without their
main defender Harold Bynoe who
and used to

is now in England,

mark Snappers’ sharp shooting

Bannister very effectively,
Bannister again made two at-

tempts at scoring, but these were
well saved by goalkeeper Maurice
Foster who twice conceded corners
before Kenneth Ince, Sn-ppers’
centre forward scored from close
range to make the score two love.

Bonitas now went on the offen-
sive and Grace and Taylor both
took shots, but without result.

Snappers then took over and
Ince after receiving a pass from
Billy Manning, made no mistake
in-sending the ball to the right
hand corner of the net to make
the score three love

SWORDFISH 8—POLICE 0

Ulhess took a heavy toll in the
match between Police and Sword-
fish, each team entering the water
with five players instead of the
usual seven.

Swordfish showed their suprem-
acy from the start and it was not
long before Geoffrey Foster in the
Swordfish forward line had his
team two up with well placed
shots which beat goalkeeper oa



ris.

Nestor Portillo (Swordfish)
then came into the picture by
putting his team three ahead with
a very good shot. Just before half
time, Foster again scored to make
the score four love.

In the second half, Swordfish
continued their goal getting spree.
Geoffrey Foster from close in, had
what seemed a certain. goal, but
the Police goalkeeper, Harris, an-
tucipating well, conceded a corner,
This was taken by Foster who
passed to Fitzgerald, the latter
swimming right into the goal area
and scoring after a short tussle
with the goalkeeper.

Swordfish kept on the offensive
and Portillo scored the sixth which
was followed soon after by _num-
ber seven when Geoffrey Foster
again overcame the goalkeeper
with another good shot.

Swordfish again attacked and
Portillo sent in the eighth and
final goal.

Police made a last minute at-
tempt te score when both Rich-
ards and Alleyne took shots at the
goal but their efforts were quite
in vain.

The teams were as follows: —
Snappers: G. McClean, K. Ince.
F, Manning, C. McClean, D. Ban-

nister, A. Taylor, and B. Man-
ning.
Bonitas: M. Foster, I. Inniss,

O. Johnson, B. Patterson, J. Grace,
R. Feldman and A. Taylor.

Swordfish: A Weatherhead
(Capt,), G, Foster, M. Fitzgerald,
H. Jones and N. Portillo.

Police: McD. Richards (Capt.).
E. Harris, Z. Williams, R. Alleyne,
W. Phillips.

The Referee Mr
Clarke.

was

£20,000 To Play
Football In U.K.

LONDON, Sept. 21.
Billy Steel the Derby Counvy
and Scotland inside forward was
to-night transferred to Dundee for
a record fee paid by a Scottish
Club to an English Club, The fee
was in the region of £20,000

Previous highest was £10,000 paid !

by Celvic to Blackburn Rovers for
Jock Weir.
—Reuter.




E PLAYERS KICK IF

E GROUNDKEEPERS
OVERLOOK A PEBBLE

ON THE GRASS «+++

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BEVERAG

THEN BETWEEN
INNINGS === +

THEY LEAVE

THEIR GLOVES

WHERE

SOMEBODY

CAN BREAK A 5
LEG ON EM»



Archie |

They'll Do It Every Time



Beat |Match To Welcome

W.I. Team

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, J’ca. Sept. 19

The Janiaica «Cricket
Control is planning a match i:
welcome of the Jamaican members

of the West Indies team who will
be returning shortly Alfred
Valentine leaves Britain in the
“Ariguani” on September 23 ar
Johngon on October 7.

The. Board is arranging the

match for the day if the Governor
decrees a holiday in
W.I. Test victories.

A civic reception will take place. |
It is hoped that Headley, Rickard 7
returning to}

and Holt, who are
the Island shortly will be availa-
ble for this match.



W.. Will Try
For Davis Cup

‘From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 20
The West Indies will make their
f'rst challenge for the Davis Cup
rext year it was announced on
Wednesday. The Wesy Indies
Lawn Tennis Association said that
it had made an application to
Australia, holders of the Trophy
to compete in the North American
Zone in ‘he 1951 competi‘ion.
Canada, Cuba, Mexico and the
United States are the other coun—
tries in the North American Zone,
—C.P.

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Football Head
Says Thanks

FROM VERNON MORGAN

LONDON, Sept, 21

“IT cannot remember having
scen a better side’ was the state-
nent made by Arthur Drewry,
Chairman of vhe British Inter-
national Election Committee about
the Brazilian Football team which
took part in the World Cup games.
Mr. Drewry in his report on
the World Cup Tournament pub-
lished today for the first time, not

cnly gives high praise to the
Brazilians but also to South
American football and to the

crowds for their behaviour,

He speaks of the English fail-

ure and the reasons for the
success of the Brazilians.
Thanks are expressed to the

Brazilian Footba!l Association and
its gratitude too to the Chairman
aud Directors of the Bogota Foot—
bail Club” fer offering their
facilivies and ground staff for
training, and tor the Directors
ef the British owned Saint Pohn
Del Rey Company who entertained
the teams.

No serious incident was seen
in the field of play. This is’a
tribute to the teams taking part
and also to the ability of maten
cfficials who had been thoroughly
briefed at conferences planned by
ihe Referees Committee, a prac-
tice which should be continued.

euter,



Williams New
Speedway King

LONDON, Sept. 21.
Fred Williams of England and
Wembley to-night won the 1950
World Speedway Championship at
Wembley with 14 poins ont of a
possible 15 points. Wally Green
of Westham finished second witn
Lis points and Graham Warren, an
Australian who rides for Birming-
ham was third with twelve-points,

—Reuter,



B.G. HOCKEY TEAM
IN TRINIDAD

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORTY-OF-SPAIN,
The British Guiana Ladies’
Hockey veam (15 players) arrived
in Trinidad on Saturday for their
annual Intercolonial Hockey
Tournament against Trinidad,

Football Results

LONDON, dept, 21.

| Third Division: Southern: New-
port County 2, Northampton Town
2. Other matches: Brighton and
Hove 5, Galata Sarry Club (Tur-
key) 2.—Reuter.





SUB REPORT

LONDON, Sept. 21
The Admiralty is investigating
suspected sabotage on the British
submarine Sirdar which is refitting
at Chatham, England. It was
learned on Thursday that a
report on a damaged valve was



sent by the submarine’s com-
| manding officer to the Admiralty
—(CP)

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



FRIENDLY CHAT

(ee



with Miss Betty Arne, Secial Welfare Officer,

at the Speightstown Boys’ Club shortly after it was opened by Sir Allan yesterday evening.

Club Opened

@ From page 1

but all of us are not fortuna‘e
enough to ha'e good homes and
parents that can provide for ail}
our needs, Iv is to these boys
who, through no fault of the’,
own, find themselves uncared for
with nothing to do that we want
to cater

How do the Police come tniv
all this? It is our duty to prevent
crime and preserve law and order,
To our way of thinking it is far
better to do something thav will
prevent a boy from taking ww a
career of crime than waiting for

|W. Miller, Vestryman of St

Second Boys’ | TRINIDAD ELECTIONS

Sunday School aspect in
address systems which are

day.

Mr, Miller, his brother Mr, T.
Mi-
chael and Mr. J. M. Hewitt of
the “Recorder’” have just return-
ed from Trinidad where they weni
to study at first hand, the ma-
chinery for the election based on
adult suffrage.



him to commit an offence, arrest
fing him and having him sen) to
prison,

When we look back into he
background of a broken life and
discover that vhe first conflict with
the law occurred at the ages of
9 or 12 or 14, you would say that
this was the time that something
had started to go wrong. Fre-
quentiy we find vhat the conflict
resulied from the simple matter

of misdirected play or lack of
play facilities, This Club hopes
to provide for boys who want

help and guidance at the turning
point age’ of vheir life.

The responsibility of doing
something for these boys is not
only the Committee of the Bar-
bados Boys’ Clubs but it is one for |
the entire communi’y, Happs |}
and busy children make good men |
and women,

To those who have offered
their services and given dona-—j
tions, we say thank you, To

those who have net, we look for-
ward to support financially or
personally.

Sir Allan invited support for
the Clubs so Yhat they would not
rhare the fate of so many other
splendid ventures in Barbados,—
a fine start and then oblivion,

Mr. F, L. Walcott, M.C.P. wel
comed the Club in the parish, and
lauded Col Michelin for his
enthusiasm.

Those presenv included _ the
Welfare Officer, Miss Beity Arne,
the Probation Officer, Mr, H
Walcott, His Honour Mr, K. N. R



Husbands, Sir Rupert Briercliffe
ter.. -C E Shepherd, Majer
Saunders, Rev. C, C. Coniiff>
Rev. A. J. Hatch and Mr. |. B.
Waithe,

Marshall Will
Attend Talks

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.

George Marshall the American
Secretary of Defence. announced
today that he would go to New
York tomorrow to confer with
British and French Defence Min-
isters,

Marshall who was sworn in
today as successor to Louis John-
son declined to say if he would
take with him a plan for rearma-
ment of Germany.



(Reuter)

‘\e
Final Attack
@ From Page 1
attack from the south along the
north bank of the Han

In the south today, British troops
are expected to be joined soon
by an Australian battalion wh«
crossed the Han river in assault
boats to join the established Unit-
ed Nations on the west bank with-
out loss.

They linked up with the 24tl
American Division to which they
are attached on the road 4 miles
northwest of Taegu

—Reuter.

By Jimmy Hatlo |



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ms Mase’ ‘J
we eS ot Ce

He said that the facilites for
voting were such that they dd
not realise there was an election
in Port of Spain. They had to go
to the country districts like Arima
and Tunapuna to discover any-
thing approaching an electiqn as
known to Barbadians.

They were disapponted at the
results of the e'ections and many
facts were observed whith they
did not think were good for a
federal set up, like the use. of
symbols to assist the illiterate in
voting for a candidate,

Norman Tang, the successful
candidate for South Trinidad was
represented by a clock, McAll's-
ter, a candidate for San Juan was
represented by a head and Ma-
thura, another candidate by. an
arrow .

He said that the colony was
stifled by the Crown Colony sys-
tem and the people were not as

®



TT

WERE QUIET, ORDERLY

THE ELECTIONS in Trinidad to a Barbadian had a

that the election law forbade

politically advancea as those ir
| Barbados,

The election was a democratic
one, although in some of the
areas, there were strong racial

feelings and he believed the In-

attack for dominat on of the Leg-
islative Council.

Butler's election was a tribute
to his pioneering work, but it was
jleft to be seen how he would
apply himself to the problems of
the future.

Although Tang, the successful
candidate for South Port of Spain
showed much promise, it was la-
mentable that Dr, Solomon and
he, had to fight in the same con-
stituency, resulting in the loss of

one





A. F. L. CHIEF 27 TIMES

HOUSTON, Texas. Sept 21
William Green 77, former coal
miner, was elected today for his
27th consecutive term as President
ci the American Federation of
Labour.
—Reuter.



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Housing In Antigua

ernment to

their
grants,
which have, I
received
territories,

From Page 5
made by the British Government
to help us in immediate recon-
struction work; to help the Gov-
restore essential
services; and to help those without
the necessary means to restore
damaged houses. Thes¢
with the generous gifts!
understand, bes
from other Caribbee:
from the British Red

Cross Society, from our America’!

friends,
should enable us to



the parading of steel bands, the sale of liquor and public] them, and I
( a feature of the Barbados elec-! many
tions, Mr. F. E. Miller, M.C.P., told the Advocate yester-|

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dians had pressed home a subtle a now take up without delay



SEEK FORMULA FOR
PEACE

SUMMER |, CENTS!

{

many othe-s,}
tackle our}
immediate problems contiantly:
and quickly. |

and from

But the statement of the British
Government is not only important
for our immediate needs. It i
also of profound significance tat
the future of Antigua and tne}
other stricken islands, for
statement shows that we are tc
have an: opportunity of carrying
out an extensive programme.
There is not sufficient informatien
in London at present to enable
them to determine how mucn
money will be needed for a long
term housing progrimme, not
how much assistance can be pro-
vided by the hard pressed British
taxpayer. The next step rests
with us and it is up to us to go
into the whole question and to
draw up a plan.

Must Work Hard

But we have somethingpelse to
do as well—and that is to show by
hard work that we are doing our
best to solve our own immediate
problems. We must never let it
be said that the people of the
Leeward Islands are just sitting
back waiting for others to help
am glad to hear that
people have already done
much work in repairing their
houses and in providing them-
selves with new houses of a simple
kind. We now have the under-
taking of the British Government
that we are to start, with their
help, to do away with these low
standard houses; but this will take
time, and I hope that all who
ve lost wattle and daub houses


































the grant which has, I understand,
already been offered to them. If
we are to devote proper attention
to the preparation and execution
of a housing campaign, and if we
are to have the support of the
British Government in this cam-
paign, we must get our immediate
problems out of the way —- an
I am told that lack of accommoda-
tion is the most pressing of these
problems. It is now up to us to
do our bit.



FRANKFURT, Sept. 21.

American High Commissioner
in Germany McCloy said here to-
day that the main object of
the Foreign Ministers talk in New
York had been to find means of
preventing war and a formula
peace.

At a press conference a few
hours after his return from the
talks, he said that the objects of
the talks also was to create the

“elarity and strength of panne

for





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FRIDAY SKPTLMBER tt, 1?M BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE fllKEE JYa PrepftKfl For Public Sarvloe Coramirmiom'r KINGSTON, JCA Sept. IB. %  tfore the Jamaica House of Representatives for the establishment of the office of Public Service Commissioner and the appointment of a PubH mid The bill reflects Uh mendaliuns of Mr I C Mill-.. C.B E., who recently inquired into and recommended reorganisation of the Jamaica Civil Service. The Hoard will act in an advisory capat-r.\ in regard to those matters affecting the Civil Service already reserved to the Governor, as well as all functions •>• nature, such as the grant of pensions to public ofneer*. now exercised by the Governor, will be placed finally m us charge. Provision Is made however, thai in any case of doubt determination, will be made by the Governor in Executive Council The Government has told membtn of Iho Legislature, th.it the establishment of ;i 1'ubllc Service Commission Is becoming In cT Oaa Ingly regarded as an essential feature of present-day administration and the bill now before the Jamaica Legislature follows similar legislation in Ceylon, Malta. the Gold Coast. Sierra Leone, Hong Kong and Singapore. It Is proposed that a member of the Public Service Board should be appointed on the recommendation of the governing body of the University College of the West Indies, thus ensuring that authoritative advice on stboll ards and related matters will be available. A Government statement says: "The part that the University College of the West Indies must play on the development of the Civil Services In the Caribbean Area is fully realised and the Principal has expressed the view thnt the Council of the I'niversity College would be in complete agreement with the propo'nl Busta Looks After Antigua KINGSTON. J'ea. Sept. 19 The Hon. W. A. Bustamante questioned a statement to the United Nations by the U.K. delegation that with the help of the Red Cross and contributions from West Indian Governments the situation in storm-stricken Antigua was now In hand. Soon after the hurricane hli Antigua Mr. Bustamante had sent a cable to U.N. asking for aid and in a reply to this cable the Secretary General of the world organisation reported the U K comment. Mr. Bustamante on Sunday cabled the Colonial Secretary of Antigua quoting the cable from U.N. and asking: "Is the Information given by the United Kingdom delegation correct or do you still need aid. Intensely Interested Advise mo fully true position." To U.N. Mr. lUistarnantO sent n cable of thanks for possible aid to Antigua through the Children's Fund and added: "Am certain that information given by the United Kingdom delegation was based on insufficient facts. Personally watching situation and will communicate further B.B.C. Radio fnnan aTaaaat Likefyfor Sngmr WjoHmn Programme -COME IN. JIM wt'rc Ruiolicd being B B Ms1.1* of Mai rldsrs until Battudaj, whan wa'U bt Bsttla of Britain pilotLondon Express Se CONTROLS OFF IN JAMAICA (?(• % %  Oar Our* ('arraipssSaslr KINGSTON. Jamaica As from Monday, September 18 the Jamaica Government lifted price controls on dry goods which B In effect since Hie war, The question of price controls on locally produced dry goods—knitted goods and footwear for instanco—will be the subject u f special attention by the Executive Council. Dry goods merchants tried to reassure the public that the lifting of controls which they had been advocating since the end of the war would not mean increases in prices, but by midweek there were rumblings of Impending price lifts At present alt dry goods are plentiful in the island, however, or are on order or available at short order and there Is no prospect. Government states, of any shortage which would create the need for continuation of prlc? control. The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises | 5 59 a.m. Sun SeU : 5 56 p.m. Moon i Full) September ! I i, In.,., | ..MM pm. High Water: 12 48 a.m., ttt P.m YESTERDAY Rainfall iCodrlngton) 01 Ins. Total for Month to Yesterday : 3 85 Ins. Temperature (Max.): 87 •• F. Temperature (Mln.) TS.5" F. Wind Direction tt a m ) E fl p m ) BT. Wind Velocity 11 miles per hour Ibrameter ( am.) 19 981 IS p.m.) 29 917 German Exjterts Return' From Russia BERLIN. Sept. 21. A group of 218 German civilians, all scientists and technical experts with their families returned to E.ist Germany to-day from Russia where tbaj havo been working In top secret industries since the end of the rding to an I man News Agency. The group is the first to return hOBU of an estimated 4.000 German expert", -nil employed at unknown places in Russia. lh f Agency said. The experts were seized b) Soviet authorities immediately %  fl w ar and tak. Soviet Union. Later th'tr families were allowed to Join them. Scientists and experts Include racket constructors, optic. I scientists from the famous Zeias works at Juna and jet experts. In May this year Bast German Information Chief Geisart Elsleidenied that German civilian experts were working in Russia. "These are all silly A by Imperialist propaganda" he told Western newspapermen. RICE COMBS FROM B.G. A cargo of 1.500 bags of rice from British Guiana arrived the island on Wednesday by the schooner "Mary M. I*wls." The "Mary M. Lewis" also brought 400 bus of heavy charcoal. >S tons of firewood and wallabo posts The motor vessel "Caiibbao brought a shipment of fresh fruit from Dominica yesterday. Considering Bettor Working Conditions ilraia Oar Oan (•ir**sni>nil PORT-Ot-SPAIN. Negotiations between Alston and Co. Shipping Department and the Trinidad Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union hope to sign an agreement to-morrow on certain improved working conditions (OC ship's crews. Mr. C. PAlexander. President of the Union was satisfied that the agreement has been accomplished. No More Bulk Purchase Of Butter, Milk ih'iiim Our Own Corraapoml'iili 1 Trinidad's Acting Controller oi I Import* and Exports. Mr. A. A. Douglas in collaboration with Government %  has decided that bulk purchase of table butter. cheese, ivupotauu milk peas should be discontinue! The Controller told newsmen on Saturday that licences wfll bt ; issued to merchants for the .mI portalion of those Items as soon as stocks held by his department. and the shipment du e for arrival were reduced to a satisfactory level to ensure complete disposal. ADVERTISING PAYS! trtw> Oar Oarn Carrr %  a.a>all POhT-OK-SI'.MN A 20-page brochure adviirUllng the Industrial and commi l up in Trinidad has provod to %  success. It Is understood thai linns are asking to be Mpp H ad with more copies or that edition be Issued Mr A A Sheffield. Trinidad's Economic Adyjser said that the brochure is being distributed in the United Kingdom, the U.S. am. I and has had very favourable reception VOTED THEN DIED ..> %  Oa* Own (-•rrnsaa'fnii PORT-OF-SPAIN An 80year old Tm OKeilv Chnrlr. of Kay Trace. Siparia died shortlv after he had marked hU "X" at the polling station. New Club Secretary Has Governor In Family Tree (t-rmn Our Own Correspondent LONDON. September. MR. KAl.PIl LAVTNOTON PAYNE, recently appointed Secretary of the West Indian Club in London, if, w] qualified for till his onerous ituties. Boa In iHiMi, he .< same family tree the late Lord LtVaH rernor of Antigua, who died in 1805 rVlLiwlng in the footsteps of this relation, Mr. Payne rnloiil.il Administrative a career. He served in Nigeria from IUI1-13, i %  tibia ntiu-e oi I I Province—with its OM million inhabitants. After bi p. tircment ttl 1W3. he remained in Nigeria till the end of the Second World War. Mr. Payne is a suppoi tar ui federation in the Wesi Indies. Under existing OO n dlttOB MKlggn world," he says, Miiall inlts have little chance of achieving economic li %  leforc, thai their interests would better pa i fe-lenting to form a large unit. Attain, .ulnunuti utiun of small Islands, separated by long of sea, is bound to be dilUiult: federation wil help to solve that Federation will be a good Ong for the West tndli FNIM-rience Necessary Asked what he thought of demands generally for Immediate, self-government in the CotMle ;>e said: "Colonials thouM bi liitient. n to II tli..t %  %  they asaurtn Iht K %  la paid towards Uve fund—a LiMitS tec revolving QM in tlmt loan workSugar companies had formerly Welfare independently been tacklliiK th Fund. *'.* • i'lem on sugar estates. r the last few years more convM Into nsel, hjn liS0O homes were built tor IBM and work,*,, but it is poaalbia thai ag of the Welfare Fund, sugar instance -n I | i' ROBINSONS %  PATENT' BARLEY mikes milk more digeitibto to* baby PATENT' C ROATS makti weimng a hippy lime for baby— andmotfMr firitish-Argentirw Trade May Be Revived ,li. .->< pi 2\ Sir John itaiioui. Britton AmOMssador to Argentina, said here to-day thai Ihowgn nude t*iwe*it now stagruiit. Itn i ptlmlsm on Ion.. The Ambassaaoi. m Englwid fea %  n.ilnlay, %  .! fanntn ( %  > produei more agrn nl'urtil nioiluce al i •.. %  %  %  %  %  AraanUng pro | bfj %  burn oni it —Iteiit-r Mr i: \l ill PAYNE hues of self-govcrni ant, otboi rj| will be; i 'laotlc." For gnUantry a^spuurod during .-n incident .it sen, Mr P lh Silvei Medal ol the Royal %  U ., '. tfi.l i i an.I keep-, his capacity tor haul VfOrM DELICATE as a moonbeam For mother and baby — this sea-fresh food S vitamins and fan are iutt wlisi glow iru baby needs. They help to build u/oag bies, sound teeth and Inm flesh. Sevens. .S pure Cod Liver Oil alw> helps mother to regain her health and energy. •Ustf*^ Jeli0' •a NOURISHING... STIMUISTIN6... INVICORMING... REFRESHING. SATISFYING CtNIititJ It Hill OIS C.l.GIBBS tCO.f.Tn. nWDC!TOWN..-,a ( a; A daxzling smile A Pepsodent smile! \\ lial Would The (governor Do? tflaa On n.„ i-.rr*paa4ial) It)llT-OF-Sl'AlN Should ..f Trinilad's Laglalatlvg Council fail for inu reason >i niiothi-r tKxocutive Council at Its first RWOtI OK which will I* held OH Octobei Oomrnor will .nth two ..Hi iiniiives thnt of adinWartng the Oovcrninenl with. it ihi' id* i""i bis I Council or using his powers to exlend tin life of the old I Cnuagti. According in the provudona ui dor the laaia with the Kx< i i Ihsn it%  ment oi I dlaaolutlon %  islative Council, olocl from among %  1 following the ug In Oi [.eglslaure may meet a Czech Nuns /'/// To Forced Labour VATICAN ( i iv | . %  | .. to-day •vaKla with runwfaich nuns a*on jiut t.tnroad hibour under tiie | upi | gaahJora. The radio and that auob ...ni'iit.. aajatad a' Kosioi PMVOO and Bi" i i %  i III the local building of UM : ol ChrUtian Brat in camp .it Pod Iii ai in llo vi'HJa 800 Imprisoned monks and %  ra subyai M to reprisal* • •Kcape or sis of their U -ii' a prlaooora, iha Radio adde


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PACK SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2*. 1*S* HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY • — v -jnrrsa... ON W.TM TH6 SXECuTON OP THESE \ J OLS T2.VTJQS! =*2AV TE— VwvTT -IL*T Wv THE LXs >.O -,r2ti LITTLS 3L4SS?r— Xr^ -3M, -s-sess.. VOu wAfVT TUB w TO LOO*\[>ON'T LOSS J N CB PDtt TH5', T -' %  ^tfJJ / Ir'^'t/jti ^ fetter 4 — t— *——"jaC BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG /* -' THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER nan 1RM eouirtwi wnu ^^ uq BMKK. THfi WME* WILL BG ^ HJED It I OW BWAK TH£ *R K. O. '( AMIEff HASHiO'futd Laced to toe. White Crept Dunlopillo Laic Foam Jiiole. SPORTS SHOES Quick as a FIASH BE*. CO 110 iiCOt*m DiviliONi 1 %  livtiPOOl _STOK(S & BYNOI LT0.—Agnti_ ADVOCATE STATIONERY—~MtpFEETruMniTOES! <8 §§£ Sore Mouth Loot* Bloody Tooth rrfcaa. i i-a a nan that you havnli Mouth u perhapMrriUnR lh* flr-il daj, •! ,.,1.1 gulohlj tlghl"!.. I I M| tin-nil-'AmoUn mim rnanr • our montlt wU and aa* your taeth imih-xciiil AmoMntroiiiyiiur. Ii.inAmosan v rrFyrrh*—Trench Moiuh FOR ADVOCATE CO., LTD. • IM MMU. tfrar r i M aJwar* (oil af_P*P ir^Kr SnUr 7r nan I—llValurr DR MORSES '%%? PILLS IIUSTID RIMIDT KM Ovf %  50 VIAIS %  COMSTOCK'S WORM P1LLET5 J iMda l.v tU iB*kwi "I Dr. Motvl rain \ MAKE YOUR j SELECTION FROM j OUR LATEST | ARRIVALS AND | AVOID i DISAPPOINTMENT!! S JAMS ft CMv-ri Slrabrry illot. I > lUr(l>i Raipbrrry 'BoU.i > KOO" Pluni Jam.. -I lb Tin*• I _.31bTTr.hti .* -. i. %  (. ,.n .'• % %  £ Appl* .) tb Tli.Rt P AJ.C. Aprtcwl il>. lb Tin* %  IBU1T ApprrU SltCMl APDI u. T."HOM> llarllpll l'n .llbTliim "I xi.nif>i..i 1^— h — (lib Tlnai I K li Yellow Cl.i* 1-VBche*. illbTUui ••B-kjibuU" PMche* %  IbTtnai MWod Kmit. .. is lb Tinai vrr.FTAiujea: "I.K B 'wwi Cm II'. lb Tint) BAHAMA Wh.il" Tum-IOV* Chvier. i-irmii. Chlvfr. Bcrl. KintalC) %  MlMPd Vrvclablri EVCE & Co., Ltd. 8 and B Roebuck Street Dial 2230 WxrtW>O^OWy> 6 *0*O<' Our List includes such Authors as : ERNEST HEMINGWAY : "Across the River nd Into The Trees" CHAPMAN PINCHER, B.Se. TnlWl—" Hiimill Why Series WINSTON S. CHURCHILL | "Europe Unite"—Speeches 1947-1948 P. G. WODEHOUSE "Nothing Serious"—Bingo Little at his belt ALDOUS HUXLEY : "Themes und TMMIIMI HAROLD J LASKI: "Trade Unions in the New Society" And here nre three hooks that have been much talked of recently! "IN FACE OF' FEAR"—Michael Scott's Challenge to Smith Africa By Freda Troup "SIX CRIMINAL WOMEN" by Elizabeth Jenkins "BENITO MUSSOLINI"—Memoirs 1942-1943



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCA 11: Qcuub ^aJUinq D 1 M R. DAVID V RANCE, son of i>! Trinidad and Uidv Ranee, left for England by n. W. I A.. OB Saturday to return to Rank? Oilltfr. Intraneit \U C. T M larrn-i] BBOUt twa %  chins; at Point %  ll moon "n FrigUm! I!back to AtMT Scutlaitd to take .i course ID Gynaei: %  •tries. Hif WII. Bg l>\ II W, I A from : and is a AM and Mis >l C Cummins Of "Gothmare," Bank Hail Road. Returning lr, -ovember M R FRANK Ml u ol Cullo.ii ti n kit Wednesday Oagbl "Lady Rodney" for No They hope to be bat* about the middle ol HovMabM Spent a Week M il l.KWls i;RANT ol Messrs N i Spain. Trinidd,| i | IIW I.A 11 at the Ocean View jCwELt-rns m^&A ViUl Statistics Officer M R a w ROBHSS, viui rtBrtwd to ii bevel OrfBimatton, left on Wednesday, M Hiamstadt" lor Eactond what* he expects to rethree months. To Take Up Appointment M it DENTS MF-NDES, son at t Mr. and |fn S Mend*--, ol %  1 W.l A. Gap. Worthing. lafl Lucia on Sunday by ... laying at the Ocean View Hotel Jnando. Will Spend Three Week* H OLIDAYING in Barbados iorf]M R *; Attended Election! In Trinidad BLACKKTT Editor of 'The Torch." re ban Tut.idad i% B.W.I.A. on Wednesday evening • over M BH %  l,. the change nl th constitution and Bnti up of the rn.icli i He was the woot o/ lloirble h Major <-f San Par S i nl niih OotOnlal Ilevelopmenl urporatioii as draftsman and Venezuelans End Holiday M il JAMES COEN of ; ^ ^T A,. ^ !" ..,,.>. -i ,,, Wxtandv Fort Toicnihrnd. ihV turned on the yesterday evening ogna Mr Phelp* i> Managci and B# retarv of H. Sir. id of Port-of %  pata Back To Gold Coaal D R. A. E C. BEAUSOLE1L led terdai bo OH SS. Gascogne" for England on his way back to1 I toast where le has been practising for 24 year* and doing research work in tropical RMdfBBM Originally from St Lucia, hf has Just (pant two years there prior to coming over here for u holiday He was a guest of Mrs S Zcphlrin of "The RsH %  Street. Off To The U.S.A. M wiie of the Honourable Muiloch Guineas oj Portaga, Si. James, left for the United St.,:. 'Fort Townsliend" on Wednesday. She was accompunietl by Mrs Ruth Waattkari*] Back To U.S.A. M RS. M fc J. Oliver of the i . K turned to Boatsw Hi.I . i; after spending n holiday in Barbados. She was staying at the Hotel Royal. Back To Curacas A mm paaiu\H l- w..k.' holiday m 1 % .uost at the Ocean VIM rlotal, Dr. H. H Finns of Caracas, \mgtnM§ returned hoiiu n-ti / in W I A IN Li President II h. Fuchi and Co Ml of Caracas. AUended Conference M R PEJtCIVAL STEWABT, tftaf Director of the National Bus Co. and the Esso %  ad dm Ti '-ii ii-i iuy aftomoea by \tie nogDt". Mr. Stewart was a raj uve nT truBcoaUah Diamond Lodge No. 84 at the Scottish Mechanics Conference whim WOB place in Poit of Spain l.t Sunday. Salesman From Grenada M i: HASH, A MAHRYSIIUW. son of BoB*baa I A .. %  i ... ... ol thilt ro|im> | i Earbados on a vmit m %  • %  for BAothar week an i is .'inym, inoaoUtan Cueat House. First In 27 Year* M R. C. C. KING, a Barbadian who bad paid bit to Ip the inland .ifter 27 years in liie USA. l.-ft for Huston on the "Lady Rodney" on Wednesday night after I couple of montfis holiday hot*, IUwas accomnanfcaq by his wife and BOH and %  nig at Indramcr %  %  -. ii ri Worthing Attended Opening Of Cinema N. W. GITTENS, Managing Director of the • at re*, left <>n Tuesday tvening by BW.I.A. for Itritish (lulana via Trinidad for the opening of the Georgetown Plaia cinema which took place on Wednesday nighi' He was aetompamed by Mr. Kenneth of the Arm of Clarke nd Tucfear, conti M" QUIZ CSCSSWORD-No. 4 11. What Is the n*ip* niv-' to tbo AUi.M.1 \* !. Wht B'omptrlml K. .!irt Iiaa (or all 1U plans turn ••ilipMw or circles/ IBI 15. To WhM !• a ilimanl 1"><1 16. Wlm %  peert V II 1J. Wtl* !.'*'.. bar Of a Jewlt'i n*l wliicli Cnr 1st %  is st ittt d -I tton id %  ....-I H, VSliIen clt* tn ( has the Mini na populur danca 1 101 I. What "Bias through •< %  •* win. ine BTMtasC of sase'T 1. wat van in* i>. ChlidrenT ill) -.. W1..1 prodUji %  N ''" 11 %  '•' 1 came i> itifi under to3m D>ewure7 ,sApu KI vviitt iruirosseac, broad blade, h* iwlnlprs • (1| If Win fmind*d Ska force f (41 is What reUUte of iniiii Braall ? (| IV Where diirloi the the British Navy attack the Preach 1 osad at KM Sfti %  Jaiveraal. iiraM: l' • %  • IS Ta BY THE WAY .... v Beachcomber '-piiK CouneUtora --f BrldUDfti ton. says a news item, arc wearing hats 47 years old A plain. unrhetorical which will run oil the public like champagne off a chorus-girl's back. Now substitute for Councillors the word "eats" or "dogs" Im%  %  Bridlington would be thrown into ehaos bv letter!from angry women and parcels Of hats from Wan-wisher, Sympathiser, and 1 The telephone lines would lie Jammed by pBO) 1 rUk] Ing up to protest. But as it Is only CbUMilion who are in quaa. ody will care. 1 anoa IDMI .1 rTiiisaalon CounUlCC whose h.tt CBBM to hits in Mi hand vnn ha raiaad H to .> lady For the IMXI n i .1 sun-hat froiand WRS reprimanded foi niru: BffUJa] lu anunalk %  f.'o(if'wi/irrirv Thomgki'Again E UTHANASIA loTsubnormal groups" seems to mc to I way of advocntln| ihe inass-niurder of people you don't approve of. I thought Kitlei and St.ilm Ln'twcen them had made this mealy-mouthed tuff unfashionable. My paper is afraid that. In such "purges" or "liquidations," a future genius or two might get killed. The idea that |tu life of %  future writer or o m po atT is more sacred than the lf i>( ,t future grocer is certainly in lust with "the best contemporITJ UlOU|ttf "OM iiiniiiiit. Comrollarl Ion't Buthanasa that DM I think he'll be a novelist GLOBE nl'IMNG TODAY I & K..10 WITH LOCAL TALENT OS PARADK ^^"^^ %  % % %  Bi*i*^ !" "MW| CLATION THOMSON SOMHONK LIKE YOV M-G-M's iMcuciin lECHWCOISl I HANML HALI T BIKWn 0* LOTV 0 TORV OF MNCGAMSM43 0.h£AM0 KAUIYl)) LUCIU E CHA1C "OATHFR YOl II DRKAMS UTRIDERSf B * z "-"" -BLESS id** I TONY AHCIIFK ... A I'lANO MEDLEY t 1HANCIS HYPOLITE "llErArsE" Jwlsn on r.nllr's Tulrnl show : III Mr OSWIN IIII.I, (U MI oaomtsv (Si MIS.T r.ll.KKS JOEL WCCREfl • ARLENE DAM OSAND KIDOOM IM A.M. MATINII TOMOUOW KIUS I2c. AnTwhr w In S^ — TABZAN AND Till-: MKKMAIDS" (In Sl'NDAY. SI.PT. 24T11 — 'KAY KUNBS", P"|iulnr B.C.. Kmlio SUr will SlNCi l.ir Hall Hour hcli.rithe lllm rilK OITKIDKRS" V..ii .ii. n. : m yoUf Ruiiirsl NIMIIIMT* to reach us iiol Inter thiui Tmonw 12 u'rlwk. WRITE TO HAY \"\KS PROGRAMME ... OLOBI I'HKATRE. THIS is veil ii IIKII i si PBOOBAMHB AT THK SHOW At fie firtt ttlaht of The Blac* talk* to Rim Har Laafe. Iit.m J*Ma Mr Herbert Mormon Stum. e Castaway rmlu On sssiiig Rupcit li B are xudlei ovr I •iii.il betid* him chitterma rvtry kgn ol wy. Why. Ikaow *ho you ara." cries the little bear. "Voure Koko from Coon lilindt. srtn'i you ? Whit ha* btouehi TOU hrrr^ Where arc you aotne?" The other %  * %  on ulkina bnikty. Rupcit .Jiatoi undctitjiid J aera. "Thit u swktvard," he ihiakt. back and ** Captat id tar if he r-m mike aat Mat." He lead* ahead bai Koko itor^ a*e' iK N • that ay and i rt I ELLOW One letter simply stands for ai iher In thia cxamptA ts used for the three L'a. X for the tw %  O's. etc. Single lattera, apostrophlea. the length and forma' n of the words art all hints Each day the code letters are different. A Mpttfgr-i quotalloo DSS GJK Z N Q K Z l ZEA MACM GJK IKD; K K G GJK 1KD Nl AHG CbSSKVVSK1ND1GK1. tryptoquote: SO VALUABI.K A UoTTLK ,WatB HAeJ NOT UE3EHVED TO Dll MAltTIAL. tV Csery Packet AND TONIC BENEF IT Yesl — Yesit-Viu quii-ki) %  OOpsj wiv headaches, neulalRij. nerve swl rheumutu: pains hut ii does snmcthii ebc too! Because of its valuahi.. • tonic proprrtm Yca*t Vnc ^^ helps you to feel brighter, look better, sleep nn-i Nc*t time 5 ve7fiat ^J>0UG£JISL. %t BXUffl PUl DOUGLAS • Jt.N PETEPS in 'I0\t THAT BRUTE-' I withCESARROMER'J.KEE\NW*NN • J0N DUVK TOOLS? Of'Sf I'ltH I Y\ ll IIIt. III I III I h THIS I IS I Pick axes Axcheads Chisels Braces & Bits I Mma BIBBJ Clamps Hand Drills Files Planes & Irons Hammers Hatchets Tool Handles a*|uaHi Hasps Spoke Bhani Rules Tapaj Screw Saws 1.CV1 K Oil Stones Paint Brushes Puttv Knives Unsjt • Do vou vrant a i'asrr Do yum aav a ssac to *\\~ Or da Yon H'asM ta Bsehsnga L. N HUTCHINSON Clarendon Dairy Farm I MMMMMMMMM I Ii THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON HARDWARE DEPARTMFNT Tel. No :019 TOMORROW NIGHT AT CLUB MORGAN IIW MINES Th. asvasaal Radio Star ol BrilUh Guiana SiooiBQ . THE LATEST SONG HITS DEUCIOUS STEAK DINNERS servd throughout th. Nlqht PIMM Dial 4000 lor Reservation. AJSES FRIDAY SEPTEMBER tt. GAIETY lTV.Ga-) ST. JAMES I KIIH1 HAT. — SUN. — • M P *T SIS 5PM Wanwr Broi MM The ClM.it ot Advmtur. 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And Continuing D.Ur .1 9 .nd S.3. p.m. IT'S COME AT LAST I "Sunshine and Gaiety — IT'S A PLEASURE CRUISE INTO BRIGHT WATERS" f~~toma s s as sSS f \ y *^Mm ^sJ i 1%  — '--V"fi n SPECIAL MATINEE TOMORROW MORNING (Sat.) — 9J0 (CHEAP PRICES) MONOGRAM Presents "16 FATHOMS DEEP" In Glowuif ANKCO Color Wilh Arhtur LAKE — Tanls CHANDLER — Lon CTIANEY HATURDAY NITE — t.15 to . (ON STAGE) SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION ! HALF HOUR OF POPULAR DANCE MUSIC By The Syaney Wllloeh" quartette Thla I'mi:rmine will alao be carried over Service of Radio DlstHbutlon NOTICE Our Pierhead Hardware and Ironmongery Store WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING On TUESDAY 26th, WEDNESDAY 27th and THURSDAY 28th September. The Corner Store, Electrical Service Dept— Pierhead. Sales Dept—Pierhead. WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING On WEDNESDAY 27th, THURSDAY 28th. MANNING & CO. LTD.



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PACE POUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAT SEPTEMBER M. IMP BARBADOS^ ADVtXXTE PA^ ? K1I WAY OF LIFE TRIP IT LIGHTLY m>u4 r as* MHMM c*.. L4.. IMI %  •_ MHWn Friday, September 22. 195*t I'OSIAl. KATES THE resolution passed by the Kouti I Assembly on Tuesday providing for the revision of air mail rates on letters, post cards and air letter forms as from October 1 will come as a surprise to those who hopoi that there would have been a radu instead of an increase in postage rab the United Kingdom. The official explanation for the increase in rales to North America is that Canal i and the United Slates had imposed slight. \ higher terminal charges than before. The change will mean that there will be an increase from Barbados of two tents |0 Canada and two cents 10 the United Bta The increase on rates to Great Britain of il cents is due to the action of B.O.A.C. bringing their rates into line with those arranged by international agreement The mum benefit which will atcrue Ikon the overall change is that inter-area | will be reduced. This is encouraging for the people of the area where for a long tin,.higher rales than m paid Present adjustments were made on the recommendation of the Colonial Postn..; who has spent much time and enti. getting the matter settled. Communication-. between the Barbados Government and tl..' British Government have been some lime since it was agreed that •• could not refuse the IDCTMM .i>k. 1 I Canada and the United States. In his memorandum the Portn&Hti I pointed out that consequent on the dun made during the last six months in the conveyance of mails an upward rat necessary if the Government was not to sustain a loss of revenue. On thi> ml. | tion the addendum attached to 11nicsolution was based. The revision does not bring uny profit to the Government but merely seeks to pn vent a loss of revenue which would bat followed the increases by Canada and the United States. It would appear that ihis upward IVVIsion was inevitable although it has been long in coming. The Barbados Government refused years ago to join in the general agreement for the carriage of mails by B.W.I.A., and continued to pay at • rate which cost this island huge sums of rnoMj during the intervening years. The revision wiil now bring about a change and %  level ling down process in which payment is made at a particular rate for letters of particular weight being carried i I fled distances. The greater the distance the heavier the charge: and the raductt inter area rates will serve to remove what might have been a legitimate criticism oi making the sender in the Caribbean pay more in order to reduce the rate charged to the sender whose letter went a greater distance As far as the increase on rates to the United Kingdom is concerned, it would appear to be the inevitable result of the present policy by which the British home taxpayer gets' reductions, whereas the full rates without any preferential treatment is passed on to the outside user, whether Colonial or not. If* II. I'.flniirtl Hiiolil.uiUli MADRID Nothing is to be gained by %  Ml romantic people Irom DM %  i .e-. Laugh ton. So OsUrt .1... people of ihe Unitt Ltaiea hive a great deal to learn u.rn*. Miihuud, Can M"**, Jan Ihould learn thai il Irom Spam. %  Visiting here makes oi. v. urn* taught in the An eflort likewise will be mad* %  ndation ot United States H English history to persuade directors <( the . i k who has just completed w. aware Of the (TO* famous Prado Miw-i... to p* ni;it • <.f Spanish ditions ..nd culture which exist on ieillO0Slial.ini collrctioti of culture u part of a 17-country this peninsula. Trie nch and Httlap-iAiig. ... ,„ v „ u j,, uw name, said Americans know ktM I Spain is In realIn i tod Stales Up to this time less about Spain than they do n y the bait key to an understandthey have been rdudmt-.o i-tmil v other European nation i n g of Ihe character and person..! prado's ^ e-l £,Hec: "' Iolk "' ., ,,/ouez', and .vii„ addition to encouraging BJ Cnro. works to Dtaken os, a/nien ha beAmarican lovers of music, paint{.broad for fear thai a chanae of 7. I ai r J*L r P r *** m l,v ng and sculpture to com* to dlmalc might Injure therr ol those still held by many people Spain, the National Arts FOunda%  tatse, jioi, is arranging for Spanish D**miU. goes (Ton Sp-iu I was amazed," Dr. Smith said. artist* to come to ti % %  MO luly by the variety and colour or ths Stalea. Yugoslavia and PolaM. In • old songs oi Spain. What those in Hi.beef w.ung voice I have country he looks for artisU who %  Know U the Spain of the ha I l ops in ten \**r* %  lMi Vl "> i-'nUed Stales and da los An teles, of tries " arrange for inu-rciiarg. : Andalusia. Han clona." Dr. Smith sab v *"' *"*** Of art. make her Carnegie Hall debu' "Art forms one of the beat ; avels. Many of the dances on October 15. and afterwards will ba* '"' ^ommoi. t :„i.-i Ian between peoples." he lold thr boon nan In America. 1 l : VaujgDg of Asturias Ai. attempt la teing | i.ose stage festi. Ft (olklora WhlOB we ivcorded in the Caucaheie during Ihc : sus, in the lugged passes between when AnMncan an I Europe. K'uubek and Elborus. There is If the Abbot of the Monastery no known explanation for this at Montserrat will agree, a peili in.once of Wagners "Parsf'a!' Dr. Smith rafari to himself as will be present*.: %  infields of Artur RodBtaakJ conducting. Moni\ rood ,.it wai the legendary home i M a pnvalithe Huly Grail in W.^iu-i's eonsemtasaj voted (rational festival play. ii the arU The Foundation Is organ anucananlttM ..f dirttngiwhtd Spanu-ip to spiiiu. M%  rd ar artists rxio advise It on its aporl n-served. as well as vestmeiiU It U -it iliere be Among present Fmindalior and objects of art which cannot rtotn 're Or Albari <• where In the world.* D BrallB MT, Sir I-.-r.iKiOUvaM —INS ,;e of One World. I leaders come and go. lut the character and rich heritage of a peonain. "aWarj i tan ahouid visit Spain. He Will l.nd many ptsskaant suiBtim T Is a treasure hoa of rcligioiu |. anilines and IASMI and Burgos, not to mei '.u ,—sicla. are alone worth I IIJIICHall I < HH K. It. Tiwih.<. YOU IM H>> K, ||. Tlmolll* h > "'u foreign reseaich tudenU. • ror example, Dr L* nard Broom d .n bgaiad .... doioag t States. Son) i . L'tiiverM' %  is nov -lie Colonies vataM unpOTtanl research lintuJi setiolars in Uic Mm m • :hnological group.*' a> IMAon Man dismvei grants toi %  • ilu.v will bu oilier asJuesdaOBa] . : i %  -;,irv. 1951, I>r 1' treated i orienUUle United Slates. ged b) the nie administration of LtW Bu will unflcrdonal ComFulbriglit Programme I eareh at an .viminisits second year. Duru% UM Fulbrigh*. year of Uie scheme, i.e. l—au. Wt Indies, the fUWlogs of which no less Uian 13o British seliolai WUI contrlbutn to ihe rhidy of and 165 Americans (incluuiag W < • will make Profeiso! %  r.mparaUve rtur of Negro ill from It. fm m %  i Vest l'logrammv'.* i: Il B Ol UM I'ro. %  I.IO. .cqulred by UMMd KUuWun and Iha I... r t patinu in Ihc ft.'hi I i iiM^TlibJa Col n s ?*" """"' and C"tonul n,,l„^, „| Anthrop. ^'J.'.'..'; !" "^":-^.. ? J *5 e J?fr "-bolar. may rm.. round-trip yonlb ,,„., ; al admiration, ii.ivu Aiwun, im. 208 Mconuary nun lloyt, IToUndCT U.o urenv. ol tno Act. chrn. ill have thrtr ocMn J,^,, ,,| Kconomlr. „t low. St.te mM I^i !* %  I'.'"! "0. Of OM acheme. c. IU^....ill bp thfr.. Io OODdUCI in Molaja ai.u Hot rJ !" '' mir.iiii.il ... roroign GOOUUIN or Kona, Ur. r.iui Ii Mcani. i'ru'"' ,nl ,v t ^* T .viujuon f,. M „ r „f iidigioii in Oreiion """"..• which hai .'alnul unlvcr%  • I IIIMI...... ,. t odlalUu IIMlLll I Ini COUTOS in „„„ -Modern Trends in Maloyon ,i insUluUoni Klani"' In (iitotai II.., ... n 1 '" r ,hr technologi.Ml development IhoeonUnenUI ,7k ii?b7D, NC s ul ncumd i.v .,V? h "S f* it ;, '' pl %  '""" '' ''""" '' "^a""' g£v"m """""" ',' d t V l"'L'"J' r0 ,''V" l '" 1 "' Eugene P Boardman, Can Colonials apply for i S.'""^;' Ai " Unl •*"<*'• "' History M Worships under the Kiilbriaht „ji£i !" ""f"'" Sc '*'• Wisconsin University will visit Programme'' Miss Wcbh ol the "''"" %  „,*"„ Ti' """' Kong for the' purpose ol Ur.iled Stale, Educational Com%  trie. in Pu !" "w %  rrch on Uio'-Slud, mission in .he United K.ngdo '" %  ",' ..f I In,,.-.,. Commumsm" give, an eneouraglnn reply. "Some nreerne.it jagm, have already applied r"*"' 1 my million OUier Brllish Colonial karri | many of Ihem know 1 ' l : i' ,: t.,n.-. .in iK'nentinf fag tfaji %  .in. w.in ih.lonoato. 1 ..i... bold DM Ameiiean graduatoa of educaUonal exchange. Field and sho added— "Provision I' Ui|._ United reaearchc^mainly sociological already made (or IS icholars from il anlhropoloaicBl arc conducted Colonial territories''. Klngd MEWS FROi>l lll.l S ii \ [By g ftpaeail Cirri^andanl) -ex war, however Whal Uw vtm In Lha am tuUir rmu LONDo.V linking busmen fear is that the thousand British houst ^PTOptUnd mkiiig On of women io make up Mt to ncalVa :. little book in ni of u t ho depleted ranks of the male which uV %  P*condurUirs is that the plea for an complete record of their expemii' iicidjlional £1 a wek will be lure for on* week i>n ttn New Bo>ft a Club LAST NIGHT the Keond B03 founded by the Police was opitned In Speights town. The npraMntativc ing who aUi-nuVU tWDnllMd tvld such were needed, to show thai the t-lloi' made to supply healthy MCrMtlOi. for underprivileRed children has bean appreci* a ted. It is as well that the second club ihould be opened in what is regudtklu the MCOQd town of importance in thbl island In Speiuhtstown this club will ca' ber of children drawn frOB .1 joining districts and where trade ind 1 mercial enterprtoe contii u< 1 A Boys' Club in any part of this [aland should thrive if for no Other that it is Decenary and beneficial communily. The public has bet-n awakened t< Ihe fact that clubs of tins nature 1 redu, need for support .t corrective inst I They have proved that they are will) support these clubs either .in.inci.illy 01 b) service. There will be no lack of ft n Ice In Speightstown where peouting and activities in the interesl Ol j taken on a new aspect. The best wishes of tin will go out to this new Boys* Club. %  aYerafl 1 kill inU-il ipward gaze of Liondon' >rs. Their lanored. Some time ofo the holds and themselves. hlna is IclUna Transport and Genera] Worker enouici I thenprosunion turned down the mori'i. Harassed by the fact that whatSome of thevt* request for action lo secure the '" v *' r %  •*• spend* today, it naval tag laWj low over lha ,oMition:ii poy. The argument anouth to meet nv.ng pn. i ii. yesterday morning allracted xvas lna 0 t n „ c i a j m required to MW 1 attention. ivrhaps ijp pressed first fcaU'f C'-tt rortuna In Iwlng able ll ;"inhined roar did The dgnlflcaiM lbin| tram lha lo '" ltl *** nieh facilnv ol tha fun cotnoetlUon ol Oovanunentv point of view, howraiwtuuni m m half of UM ever. If the awiniteai xv.tr. whlefa mil >' wander what 1 tin1 :I I I >' ihe atrika FoUowi upon Ihe A %  iction. claton of the Trade Union 1 1 %  '" '"' %  ''" : %  1 ,.! the rnan to the T(>( ,.„., „,.,, u ... .. i'.'.-imi!i>. aba i ,„,. nurd t „ „.,.. ed to 1 When tha kafl II lad I the %  1 10 not b 1, unfair of her to j Bhe r,-ii-s'e.i .. M ftRhequer, sir BUfford gwoi or use 11 moo*! It had been u ,1 %  "" "' '•'* w>Ui >n. 1 %  1.. II infornwil th< M U .,. unreal debates in ,,,.„ „„. ;,| i'.'iiLinent to dUeuss the ne h Th? htforrnaUeii is treated H Tl :-:ini.ir algnlAhope of rormulaU who thiaka ii all aavBrltuh publtc ; . exporl.1 ol D -iirmipronHisefl lo u.. tin The Oovi 1 very wer quen their spending. They woul • ralleii if he I not perl %  more willing. io Mr. and hag 111-.lT1.1-1 f what the 1 • ,1 on objivproiiiMinme meanl ir: 103 ed %  %  % %  %  Mi %  ''•% %  ' %  P ;,.. %  ires 1 %  v : 11 ii This is n< be Ihe eneau of certain housemet. If)* I red llaaerHin||fr LONDON MKN and Woman will tread more lightly in the fuf > Slue and Leather Fair at Lon.npia Hall made it evident thai the light, flexible shoe is Ihe shoe of the future. Women's shoes in 1951 will be lighter and plainer than they have been in 15 years and RMn'l 1'in.twear more colorful and daring. These fashions will not be restricted to Britain for official figures show that the nation's total exports of boots and si< arisen from about $8,960,000 in the lirst seven months of 1949 to almost $14 million in the same period this year. There was an increase in sales to the United States from about $1,400,000 in the %  1 months of last year to $3,640,000 |g \ < ai Exports continue to rise rapidly. Men are becoming shoe conscious. Colours •j .11. adopting include rich deep navy, tod brown and many shades of green. Men's %  ggdOM are also more daring. There are >! %  ics with square toes, double strapped, with interlaced decoration on the loes and wedge eels Favourite style is the casual, comfort.ipper-type shoe. For men there are new two-tone lines in .lark suede and brown crocodile for sports .vear and calf skin with nylon mesh to ventitired feet. Classic simplicity is the new vogue for the ladies. Fussy. hi>;h-heeled and heavy shoes will be "out" by next spring. Bvaniru] sandals are mere concoctions of COUrl shoes are low cut and asymmetric. Afternoon and evening shoes with heels ranging from flat to 2 l _. inches replace those of '3 to SVj inches. Wedges are nly available at a modest height and most ure scooped out at the back for lightness. British manufacturers appear to be oper! lie premise that every well-dressed woman will own at least one pair of heel-less "casuals" or, if she is very .short, "llatees." Brown calf or two-colour suede and leather 'ombinations are most popular for day wear ind black suede or velvet for evening. New colours arc wine and grey in two-tone, bottle•ireen. grey, dark brown and beige. There has been a revolulion in winter Oteeg. Sheepskin lined bootees in tartan cloth are a "hot" favourite for export markets and one Bnn is putting out "Pawnee", a highheeled cowboy style boot, copied from Pawnee BM*g outfit In "Annie Get Your C.un." In general, bootees for women are gayer than ever before. They have shed their clumsy look and now show that comfort and warmth can be synonymous with elegance. For children the latest thing is crepe-soled shoes made of armadillo skin in most every colour. Star turn of the Shoe and Leather Fair, however, was a mechanical cobbler. Made by Spicer's of Bristol the machine can knock in six nails a second, five more than any cobbler can do with his mouth full of tacks. The machine even knows the exact length of nail to knock into an exact thickness of leather. A brother-machine makes platform heels that don't let in water and another builds a %  dioc-welt in one-seventh oi the time taken by any other machine. The Fair Introduced a new cleaning powder which refurbishes suede to look like new, and .1 polish in eifiht colours which can change the colour of shoes in one application. Export prices fol women's and children's shoes particularly appeared highly competitive.—I.N.S. [*D. V.SCOTT TO-DAVS SPECIALS a co.. LTD. at the COLONNADE when after all she know* that if %  he had the mom be 1 wn ul.i -. Ill be providing Inforrn, r(. ,!..• Hi |l be obi other wi 'us lettei r || <. imt nt'i Si..:... Bui """"' '" %  ; 41 1 n %  Social Borvej hes an pkeU. when defHrtaring % %  >• the ben ni 1 it ft 1 the Cham ; different l.uall. NOW Tim 1 HUM Ii I1KKK with Cereal S .ill $ .28 1 Tins OVM.TI.Nr: 1 Mr. IlilN. .73 .63 1 I'...iii. N.K.B. In 1 Ii .26 .IS FILES " 8" III" IT' HALF ROUNIi BASTARD FILES 8" •• 12" 2ND CUT HALF ROUND BASTARD FILES " 8" 10" 12" FLAT BASTARD FILES 6" 8" 12" 2ND CUT FLAT BASTARD FILES 4" KNIFE FILES 4" WARDING FILES 4" 6" 8" 10' 12" ROUND 2ND CUT FILES 8" 10" CABINET RASP 12" FARRIERS RASP 4" SAW FILES PHONES: 4472 & 4687 WILKINSON A HAVNCM CO. LTD. SorrNBor* lo v..S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. hoDM 4478 4gg? n ^ittNATlOA.^, !" PAINTS PAINTS RED SHINGLE $4.64 PAINT Per U. S. Air Htiih Tht Filtlor. The Adfocolr, SIR.—I was aetonUhcd to .see '.hat Air Mail poKl.::•.• l> io be raised. The need of tn-day Li.for *lK!cdy delivery of mall, and business and private individuals will suffer by this raise In postage. I was hoping it would Inlowered, many a poor per' .ifTord now to mail an urgent liMter even by sea. and this will be a serious handicap lo povcrty-stricken Barbadians, as well ns our buafnaei %  .agnate* who ore already sufTcring by backward methods Out COTreggWlrdaoca must l>e increased for iia? good .f ouc Island and delivery apeeded up Mm %  .I'll" .ml bvtter pi-l.il service, a letter can -,ive .1 life i.rv often. Ihit should be realised in ever* iiepinlmenl Speed up postal department, and help Barbados* We don't MODERN YOUTH ** iiimiilipyil 1 Better, The Atftmeafe, SIM. I beg your leniency again in < paths With a letter from "Desperate Youth." it is Ibatnefu] that only n hurricane, 11 lire, or old age, can bring help to a aufferer, and the unemployed *K through a living death. Just breathall, are despised and never given n Then again. 1 notice sir, that married women are given da> and night Jobs that some single >oung woman could ill). Why don't these ladle* Work to do. and give single young people chance. 1 %  unemployment question la taken aarlously. more grievances will arise and ferment in cry ot ihe unemployed 1 U a iddesl "( alt. •!• hui 1 li ana feHUMAN BEING. NOTICE OUR m mm DIPAETMENT WILL BE CLOSED for STOCK TAKING TUESDAY. 2IITH — WEDNESDAY. 27TII And THURSDAY. 28TH KEOFENINd TO BUSINESS tf-M FRIDAY, on 29TII SE1 TEMBER Our Customers air asked lo lake note of the above and arrange Iheir shoppinc accordinifly. Da COSTA & <., Lid. DRY GOODS DEPT, O. II<-IMI'I-V Say : OI,l Tim,' Hnhitseats. in ever) %  bitter and ?y*n get 10m I 1 wrong, and no p tomer. ir ihe te.i %  badoa, and uaclng wrong thinking The Editor, The AOjeOCete, SM( This is my BeeOnd VScattoa to Thl< Island, which I have rmimmrmiiv I intry fellows as being one of the most beautiful places ~'' t.Vfricwit* (lV er the world I have and I am proud to say hthutad M tourism us I am the owner of one on il"' It-1 ' %  ft ivel Agencies in Caracas, Venezuela. I be have sent quite a number of tourists to spend a : and many hoiiei-mooners. In this trip I found a very odd situation which .. uld he made uinler the -h "'" easy (or you to remedy and that will be Of Wr* much interest to the organiiatl"WHIABIX GRAPE NITS CKRKB.IS SALT I'l \KJ BAKl.EV hi nos BACON In Tins CANADIAN H.l.s >eV jfypettyHg. JCeafoHERBDKM in Tins KIPPERS In Tina BLACK PEPPER I'CKE VINEGAR BISTO GRAVV POWIlliR I'KKIIII WALNUTS MILK IHl CI1K Kl\>1II.K PID DUCKS coo FISH, SOI.I: KIl'ITKS ERESII VEGETABLES and Insulting attit u des, Tl %  or watcher* if thev think their %  I not be ekelni; Oul Then th< meal, no wale*? la aerveS no*b7ead "'" ,v J; ,,r V H v ;' 1 ,'" u ^ 1 **%* for ton I io set going ill be of n 1 Hive an impulsive movement to .,,.1 a mass o( .-onftiston exUta, iV„ r ,i?.S r r ,uire

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Friday
September
1950

22



Goddard Thanks ee

Everybody for
Wonderful Tour

(From Our Own

Cc rrespondent)

LONDON, Sept. 21

JOHN GODDARD, West liudies Captain, on the
eve of his departure in a message said to-day:

“We will leave England
ant memories’’.

with sad hearts but pleas-

He said it was impossible io single out individ-
uals for particular mention, bt the groups who had
earned the team’s gratitude especially were the

M.C.C. County Club officiais,

sporting public.

Governor Dares
Not Touch
Nassau Killer
SAYS ARTIST

TORONTO, Sept. 21.
question of

—

The

was revived this week,

still another “who-dun-it” aspect.

An English-born Toronto woman] }

was quoted by the Toronto Star
as saying she knows the story
behind the fatal bludgeoning of
the Canadian mining magnate in
Nessau, Bahamas in 1943.

The woman who said that the
actual slayer was the son of a
white father and negro mother
would disclose neither her own
neme nor that of the killer.

On Monday in Oakland, Cali-
fornia Edward Majava said that
he had been told the name of the
alleged murderer by a _ Fort
Lauderdale, Florida woman artist.

When questioned the artist,
Mrs. Hildegarde Hamilton said
that it was Majava, a 31 year old
mechanic who had told her. The
Toronto woman was quoted as
saying: “It is quite well known
that the murderer hired a man
to doit for him. He planned and
paid for it and the slayer was
merely his tool. Everybody in
Nassau knows he did it, and that
he did it because he thought Lady
Oskes would marry him, but he
is so powerful that nobody from
the Governor down dares to touch
him,”—€CP) .



Huggins Arrives
In England

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Sept. 21
Sir John Huggins, retiring
Governor of Jamaica, arrived in
England on board the Eros to-day
He said the crossing had not been
too bad “considering there were
two hurricanes dodging about.”
The ship managed to avoid the
full force of the hurricanes, but
the sea was very rough on .occa-
sions.—

Boycott Lifted

NEW YORK, Sept. 21.

Leaders of the Atlantic Coast
Dockers have lifted their boycott
on cargoes from East European
Communist countries but have
delayed decision on whether to
handle those from Russia.

Labour Secretary Maurice To-
bin said in a letter to Joseph P.
Ryan, leader of the American
Federation of Labour’s Dockers
that the country’s best ‘nterest
can be served by a_ complete
lifting of the boycott.—(Reuter.) |



RUSSIA FAILS IN BID
TO THROW OUT CHARGES
Made By Nationalist China |
FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 21.0 |
RUSSIA to-day failed in an attempt to persuade the|

United Nations to throw out Nationalist China's charges
of Russian aggression against its territory. |

The Assembly's fourtee

which arranges the agenda for each session voted to}
include Nationalist complaints. i
Only Czechoslovakia supported Russia

First Petroleum
Conference

sf.om Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The Petroleum Association of
Trinidad will hold its first Press
Conference at the Associations
office in San Fernando next wee
These conferences will be held
fortnightly.

11 NURSES AMONG
26 CRASH VICTIMS

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21


































who killed]
wealthy Sir Harry Oakes which)j
seven|{
years after his murder took on}}

the Press and the

“Nothing I
can say will su-
Mieiently indi-
tate the debt we
awe to the
Marylebone
Cricket Club.”
Goddard _con-
tinued; ‘From
His Royal High-
ness, who was
President when
we arrived,
down to the
‘newest member,
the MCC have
done everything
F possible to make
his 1950 tour a
Success and @
. Sgrleasure. They
ah _ have succeeded

beyond our
JOHN GODDARD fondest expec-

tations.”
Goddard said that County offi-
cials, or so it seemed, had vied



with cach other in their efforts
to prov de the best hospitality
and .o Press throughout the

tour bad been fair and kindly

@sp-7

“Our sincere thanks a'so go out
to ine people of England” he add-
ed, “who have supported us so
consts ..y and encouraged us so
consistently, In return we have
tried in the only way we know
how to entertain and if their
faithfulness to the last is an in-
dication, we are happy to feel
that we have succeeded in some
measure”.

Finally Goddard expressed the
wish that w next MCC
team visits the Caribbean it
would be possible in some way
to repay the magnificent recep-
tion the present West Indies side
had had in the mother country.

KINGSTON HONOURS
JOHN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca, Sept. 19
The Kingston Cricket Club.
oldest cricket club in the Carib-|
bean, has decided to invite John
Goddard, West Indies captain, to
become an honorary member of the!
Club. Goddard has accepted the
invitation.

The Club took into account that
Goddard ranks as one of the most
successful captains in Cricket, fit
to be put in the same niche with
Bradman, having beaten the M.C.C.
in the West Indies, India in India
and. England in England.

Mr. Karl Nunes, head of the
West Indies Cricket Board of Con-
trol, and Mr. Donald Lacey, Secre-
tary, are members of the Club.

Burma Will Attend
Aid Plan Talks —

LONDON, Sept. 21.

Burma, Siam and the three asso-
ciate States of French Indo-China
agreed to take part in the British
Commonwealth . Economic Aid
Plan for Southeast Asia. Informed
quarters said here on Wednesday
nigit that the Commonwealth
Ministerial discussions on the six-
year Economic Plan will begin
here on September 25, }
—Can. Press



n-nation Steering Committee |

The Russian delegate . Vyshia-|
sky also failed to have the Assem-
|bly ignore disputes between]
|Greece and her northern neigh-|

| India Supports
Nehru’s Foreign



| bours. y i

The question of the United
|Nations relations with Spain was
| also included.

| Vyshinsky spoke against the

{inclusion of all four items, but his}

protests were relatively mild.

\" The only legal Chinese Gov-
ernment was at Peking and Russia
was on the “best terms” with it,
he said. He asserted only that

munist China to be represented in
the United Nations.—Reuter.
POCKET CARTOON

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Club,

Nehru Urges
Acceptance
Of Red China

InvU.N. General Assembly

BOMBAY, Sept. 21

Prime Minister Nehru speaking
at the general session of the In-
dian National Congress expressed
regret that India’s proposal to
replace Nationalist China’s dele-
gate to the United Nations by a
representative of the People’s
Government of China had been
rejected by the United Nations
General Assembly. '

“If the United Nations is still
dreaming of the old China which
is more or less defunct now, it is
shutting its eyes to facts.

The new Chinese Government
has come into power not by a
stroke of chance but after a long
war of 30 years duration. To say
today when there is not even a
single vestige left of the old Kuo-
mintang Government that the Kuo-

mintang’s representative should
continue to sit in the United
Nations Assembly is ignoring
facts,” declared Nehru.

—Reuter.



Policy

NASI, Bombay Province,
Sept. 2i.

The Indian National Congress
at its general session here to-day
endorsed the foreign policy of the
Nehru Government.

This policy had earlier been
approved by the Congress’ Execu-
tive Committee.

The Congress passed the resolu-
tion on foreign policy with only
one dissentient vote.

The resolution approved the
Government policy towards Korea
and expressed the view that
every avenue of peaceful settle-
ment of the Korean issue should
be explored.

The resolution wanted Com-





by OSBERT LANCASTER

moment i thought

they must have conscripted

thewhole House of Commons

andthe foreign papershadn’t
bethered to mention it ”



Train Struck
By Lightning

MESSINA, Sicily, Sept. 21
Passengers prayed aloud as the
Rome-Sicily Express struck by|
lightning ploughed through a
heavy rain and_ thunderstorm

|
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‘aggression against’ China had
been committed by the

bi r Mpa United! from here today.
| States through its policy in For-| south, the train w
| mosa. He pleaded for the rejection| jours

which followed it ali the way
On its journey
as delayed three

while new locomotives

The United States Navy disclosed, of the Nationalist charge as “un-| were brought to replace the en-

night

and inappropriate.’

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ee ee Re

MEMBERS OF THE NEWLY OPENED Speightstown Boys’ Club drink to the health of their
yesterday evening after







the opening function.

Second Boys’ Club
Opened at Speightstown |

THE SECOND BOYS’ CLUB in Barbados was opened |
yesterday afternoon at Sand Street

53 boys listed on the rolh
declared open by Sir Allan

the presence of many residents of the district who attended |

the function.

mctt

Advocate Hu rricane
Relief Fund
For Antigua

Amt. previously acknow-



ledwed $6,341 88
Rey. Frank Lawrence
Mrs, K 5.00
r. W. H. §,00
Advocate Co., Ltd.
E. L, 1.20
Total $6,353.06



Man Found. -

Alive In Well
i e

After Five Days
Holder, a 41-year-old
binder of Howells Cross
Road, St. Michael, was found
alive in a 61-foot well of the
Belle Pumping Station at 1.40 p.m,
yesterday. He was missing from
his home about a mile away for
five days. ,

The search for Holder was ended
when his father-in-law Joseph
Thorne and one Clarence Holder
were minded that he could have
been in one of the wells.

Clarence Holder went down and
found him lying face downward.
He was raised to the surface by
hand crane and rope. There was
a cut on his right hip. He “'was
wearing a serge suit, grey felt hat
and an old pair of black shoes.

Holder was taken to the General
Hospital and detained.

Clovis
book



Russians Free
Two U.S. Police

BERLIN, Sept. 21.

Two American military police-
men who got mixed up in Berlin’s
reprisals police-war were freed by
the Russians today after 13 hours
of detention,

A United States military spokes-
man said: “They were not mal-
treated.”

The Americans were arrested
during a routine patrol where the
American sector joins the Soviet
Zone.

A West Berlin policeman was
arrested with them but not re-
leased with them.

On Tuesday Eastern authorities
arrested 26 West Berlin policemen
who were going through the East
sector on their way to work.

Yesterday Westerners retaliated
by seizing 44 Eastern police from
buses trams and trains.

—Reuter.

All U.N. Were Not Equally













er of these clubs, explained the

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Speightstown, with
of mem) Collymore, Chief Justice, in

Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, who is the found-



aims and objects of these clubs
>efore inviting Sir Aflan to open
the Speightstown Boys’ Club.

This is the second Boys’ Club
to be opened in the Island, said
Col, Michelin. The first one in Bay
Street has been open for about 7
weeks and has more than justified
its existence,

As you will see this Club is not
housed in palatial quarters but on
a “ood site and it is a start. If we
wait for the ideal building to turn
up we would have to wait a long
time. We have purposely not had

these rooms up before we
moved. is a job-for the
boys to do; they 7 by their own
=" improve the look of their
club,

We have so far got 53 boys on
the list of members, It is hoped
to bring this number up to 100
shortly.

The Club will be opened from
2 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. One of the
senior boys will be placed in
charge, A committee of boys will
be formed for the running of the
Club under supervision,

Duty Roster

A number of gentlemen in this
area have kindly congented to
come down to the Club for an hour
or two, one evening a month.
Their help will be invaluable. A
roster of the duties they have been
allocated; this together with hints
on running of a Boys’ Club
will be circulated to those who are
present this evening,

The amenities of the Club are
fable Tennis, Darts, Dominoes,
Draughts, and Cards. Books and
periodicals are available. I: is
hoped vo get the use of a piece of
Iand nearby for physica] training,
cricket and football.

Talks and lectures will be ar
ianged; also the showing of
suitable films by the Education
Department and British Council.

These Boys’ Clubs are support-
ea entirely by volunvary contri-
bution, Furniture and equipment
cost money, we also have to pay
a monthly rental for this building.

To raise funds, we are ratfling
# car, Tickets for this are
available here to-day, It Is @

dollar Yo a good cause with tne
chance of winning a car
The Barbados Boys’ Clubs are
run by a Committee consisting
of Miss Arne, Social Welfare
Officer, Mr. Walcott, Probation |
Officer and myself. We aim to|
provide healthy recreation in gocd
surroundings for boys who have
nowhere but the streets vo spend
their leisure hours,
Useful Citizens
We want to bring these young-
sters up to be healthy, useful ard
right inking citizens. Everyone
cf us starts life in the same way,
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_ ATTACK ON SEOUL ~

Reds Expect Reinfo rcemenis

U.S.A. Will
Enslave
Germany

Warns £. German Party

BERLIN, Sept. 21

Reacting officially to the Big
Taree Communique on Germany
the Politburo of the East German
Socialist Unity (Communist) Par-
y (S.E.D.) to-day warned that
the way from New York leads to
the enslavement of West Germany
and to war,

The Politburo announcement
listed 5 basie requirements for
peace

1. A Peace Treaty
‘bole of Germany
2. The withdrawal
upation troops,

3. The re-establishment of
German unity and German capital.

4. Free elections without oc-

for tho

of all oc-

; cunation troops.

5. The rapid development of a

; beter way of life.

Until these demands are recog-
by Western occupation
powers, all true German patr‘ots
must resist Western policy and
sneak up for the demands of the
National Front the communique
seid. —Reuter.

G.L Officer Tied
And Shat

TAEGU, Sept. 21.

An American Lieutenant was}
found to-day midway betweer
Taegu and Waegwan tied to #
tree and shot three times in the

face and head.

His condition was this after-
noon reported as grave

He was barely alive when
found, but had strength to tell
that he was captured 10 days
ago by North Koreans,

The Lieutenant said he was
esked by North Korean officers
at the point of the pistol to
broadcast to American troops

over an amplifier, but refused.

Last night a Communist officer
took him to the top of a_ hill,
tied him to a tree and told him
to keep quiet,

When the Americans attacked
nearby Cémmunist positions the
Communist officer returned, shot
him and left him for dead.

—Reuter,

Shaw Has Another

Operation

LUTON, Bedfordshire Sept, 21
George Bernard Shaw, 94-year
cold playwright, had a second op-
eration in hospital here to-day,
The operation was for Shaw’:
kidney and bladder complaint.
He had his first operation for a
broken thigh after a fallin his
garden 11 days ago. He was kept
in hospital for kidney and blad-
der treatment.
A steady improvement in his
condition was reported yesterday.
To-day—before the operation
—his condition was described
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By ROY MACARIYNEY.
WITH MacARTHUR’S ADVANCED H.Q.
IN KOREA, Sept. 21.
MERICAN MARINES began their final assault
on Seoul late to-day as Reconnaissance pilots
reported Communist reinforcements rushing south-
ward along the 200 miles long highway from

Pyongyang.

Re.urning to their base at Kimpo in the Inchon
beachhead, pilots said that they saw many targets
available along the roads and railways leading

south from Pyongyang.

The marine assault on the old South Korean
capital which opened from the air at dawn with
carrier based Corsair aircraft bombing gun posi-
tions in and around the city was fully launched
later to-day. All the American lines were expect-
ing to advance rapidly against ineffective opposi-

.
tion.

Reconnaissance pilots wheeling
ound as Marine Corsairs swept
n from carriers to bomb anti
aircrafy positions in the heart 9

the city, said that the Nort
Koreans were moving out to-
vards Chunchon, midway

‘brough the peninsula.

Early reports said that Unived
Nations aircraft were briefed to
bomb communications lines
tsiough the centre of the city
tidicating vhat two Marine col
umns stabbing in from two sides
vere expected to be in the streets
of the city to-night.

Advanced marines reported op-
position from two Communist
battalions on hills west and north-
west of the city.

North Korean defencers were
reported to have reconstructed the

, | defences of the civy on the assump

tion of an attack from the south
laying their fortifications on tha:
side along the north bank of the

Han River from the hill in the
centre of the capital,
1eral acArthur visited

troops massing for the final attack
He moved to within one mile of
the burning suburb now occupied
by marines, and passed small
groups of British Commandos
preparing for the ‘ill,

One Spearhead equipped with
tanks was within tvro miles of the
modern concrete business section
of the city, the hub of a vast
communications network

Supply Lines Cut |
Though United Nations ‘troops
heve cut the defenders' main sup-
ply lines to the north and south,
North Koreans were reported to
be making a desperate effort to
{pack the front south of the 38th

jparallel
intelligence reports — reaching
MacArthur's Headquarters saia

that a column of 200 vehicles in-
cluding 40 tanks was racing from
the Manchurian border towarus
Seoul

The column reported to have
started 20 miles south of Antung
| just inside the Manchurian border
was last reported near Kaesong,
35 miles northwest of Seoul after
a 200 mile dash,

Communist authorities were
also reported to have rushed
youths straight from schools in
(Pyongyang the North Korean
eapital to Seoul, swetiog that
city’s defenders to 18,000,



North Koreans are also reported

The operation war not believed |i9 pe pulling back bié forces from

to be a major one
— Reuter.

B.G. Dockers
Back To Work

GEORGETOWN, BG. Sept. 21.

Waterfront workers resumed
work today after a 48-hour stop-
page which tended to delay the
departure from the port of George-
town of three ships. While nego-
tiations to bring about a final set-



| lement on the issue continued at
| the Labour
i'eged
| sion for a week strikers demanded,

Department, two al-
“whitelegs’ whose suspen-

did not turn to work

—Can, Press

RECALL TWO
ATTACHES

WASHINGTON Sept, 21
The United States Army said on
Wednesday that it has recalled
military attaches from Moscow
and Mexico City to help speed the
tra'ning of soldiers.
—(Can, Press.)

Determined To Keep Peace

—AUSTRALIAN MINISTER

FLUSHING MEADOWS,
Sept. 21

Australia’s Foreign Minister
Percy Spender said today experi-
ence had shown that the United
Nations was based on a false as-
sumption—namely that all mem-
bers were equally determined to
preserve the peace.

He told the Assembly that in-
stead of the hoped for one world,
there were two “and one so far
has refused to co-operate with the

on Wednesday that 11] wise gine damaged by lightning |

nurses among 26 naval person-|. “All four ‘items he declared | . 7 & ’ other except solely on its own
nel were killed in the crash of were “in direct opposition to in-| One engine was first hit just | terms.” f

transport plane off the Pacific; ternational co-operation which we| north of Naples. An hour after| “The Soviet Union and the

island of Kwajalein on Tuesday
The nursee were on their way

to duty in the Far East—(C.P)

are here to promote.” Vyshinsky|it was replaced—lightning hit the | countries which are tightly bound

jealled for the withdrawal
‘foreign troops.—Reuter.

of| new locomotive |
j gard for the solemn declaration

m—-Reuter

to it have shown little if any re-

to which they pledged their word
in 1945.” He said.

Spender said Russia had failed
to co-operate in the work of the
United Nations to improve con-
ditions throughout the world.

If the Peking Government would
give some evidence of a desire
for genuine co-operation ‘the
whole question of Chinese admis-
sion to the United Nations can b«
considered in an entirely new
light.”

Pending a change
policy, Spender said, the vast
majority of the United Nations
would have to take steps to de-
fend themselves iggres-
sion and any re-

in Soviet

against

“to discourage

petition of the Korean incident
“This means that they must
have at their disposal forces s«

strong that no state will venture
to attack a neighbour for fear of
the heavy retribution that would
follow.”

"But we must do more than
merely plan or prevent or meet
aggression. We must help one
another to become
romically and socially. We should
organise a system of assistance for
cther nations less advanced than

we are either politically or eco- |
nomically and, help them a*ong the

road to the realisation of their,
full independence and prosperity.”
—Reuter

stronger eco- |

the defence

Korea,
There is also a big movement of

Communist forces north from

box avea in South

Taejon but these troops are ap-|

parently planning to by-pass

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Seoul in the east

American troops breaking out of
their defence box were today
closing in on about 200 Commu-
nist troops who have been resis
ting strongly east of Waegwan

One regiment is passing north
along the east bank to link up
with South Koreans coming in
from the west and other troops
moved three miles north to cut off
retreating Communists

But though Communists are
thinning out their lines in the
south, they are still fighting sbit-
terly and there ismo indication of
collapse yet. Z

During the night Communist
patrols broke into the American
lines west of Tabudong but were
driven off

Seoul Workers Ript

South Korean Pusan Radio re-
ported that workers in Seoul were
rioting as American marines
ieached out in the final fullscale
assault on the city. The Radio
sai@ that marines were already
fighting among the concrete build-
ings of Seoul's modern business
section though this report was
believed in Tokyo to be prema-

ture, like other recent radio
statements,
Correspondents with frontline

forces said that the marines were
inching towards the city from the
west and north and had met the

strongest resistance yet in the
Inchon beagh-head battle. Guns
of, ten he. opened
up on advancing marines in the

factory area on the fringes of the
sity.

A Puson Radio report quoting «
South Korean official said “tens of
thousands of anti-communist
workers" were rioting in the
South Korean capital It added
that military law had been im-
posed by the main body of Ameri-
can marines who took over the
Seoul suburb Yongdungpo last
night and moved cn towards the
city’s airstrip just short of the
Han River today, Heavy bridging
equipment foilowed quickly be-
hind the spearhead and the mar-
ines were expected to get a bridge
over the Han into Seoul speedily.

The marine assault opened from
the air at dawn with carrier-based
Corsair planes bombing gun posi-
tions in and around Seoul.

Advance marines reported op-

talions on the hills west and north-
west of the city.
Defences Rebuilt ‘
Communists were reported tof
have reconstructed the deferices of f=
the city on the assumption of ob

oe from two Communist bat-

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Caub Calling

son of

Governor

A® DAVID E. RANCE,

i His Excellency the

ot Trinidad and Lady Rance, left

for England by B.W.I.A., on
Saturday to return to Radley
College

Intransit
D* G. T, M. CUMMINS who
Was married about two
weeks ago to Miss Hyacinth Yaw-
ching at Point a Pierre Roman
Catholic Church, Trinidad, ir-
rived here yesterday afternoon cn

the S.S. “Gascogne” intransit for
England. He is now on his way
back to Aberdeen University
Scetland to take a course in
Gynaecology and Obstetrics
His wife arrived here on Tues-
day evening by B. W. I. A., from
Trinidad and is a guest of Dr.
and Mrs. H. G. Cummins of
“Gothmare,” Bank Hall Road.
Returning In “ovember
R. FRANK OD, retired

nd Mrs, Wood
Culloden Road,

businessmar
of Culloden House,

Vital Statistics Officer |
JEWELLERS R. G. W. ROBERTS, Vital |
i Statistics Officer attached to|

Development and Welfare |
left on Wednesday |
“Williamstadt” for|
where he expects to re-|
three months. j

ti
Organizavion,
Ly he
Englans
man for

8.5

To Take Up Appointment |

ME. DENIS MENDES, son of |

Mr. and Mrs, S. Mendes of
Rendezvous Gap, Worthing, left
for St. Lucia on Sunday by
B.W.LA. to vake up an appoint-
went with Colonial Development
Corporation as draftsman and
vnior architect.

Venezuelans End Holiday





I R. JAMES COEN of the
+ Venezuelan Petroleum Com-
pany in Caracas, Venezuela, re-
Attended Elections turned home earlier in the week
hy B.W.LA. after spending a
couple of weeks’ holiday, He was

In Trinidad

left on Wednesday night by the accompanied by his wife and vhey
“Lady Rodney” for New York on R. DAN F.. BLACKETT, re staying at the Ocean View
aay en ee a * Editor of “The Torch,” re oer.
about the middie © = turned from Trinidad by .
Spent a Week B.W.LA. on Wednesday evening First In 27 Years
: He went over \o observe the R. C. C. KING. a Barbadian

R. LEWIS GRANT of Messrs @ siections due to the change of N ae Sua call te earch

J. N. Harriman and _ Co. the constitution and general set ip the island after 27 years in
itd. of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, up of the machinery for voting 4 om , ; 9 ‘

F : ; Fi the U.S.A., left for Boston on the
returned on Tuesday by B¥W.LA He was the guest of Hon’ble ‘Lady Rodney” on Wednesday
. e ¢g reek’s risi > ras 7 avor P Se Fer
after a week's visit. He watiRoy Joseph, Mayor of San Fer- jight after a couple of vhs’
staying ¢ Icean View Hotel.@nando. 5 gnt a a couple of months
staying at the C . * holiday here, He was oe

. 2 & ‘* panied by his wife and son and
Will Spend Three Weeks ? ee. ‘eee :
y were staying at Indramer
OLIDAYING in Barbados for R. J. E, T. BRANCKER, Guesv House, Worthing.
; whe sal a acre . M.C.P. who was in Trinidad
the Hastings Hotel wre bas nae a professional visiy and had Attended Opening
~ iota ‘1 ‘also observed the elections, re
Mrs, C. Phelps of Trinidad, They « ef .
arrived on Wednesday by the ee cee “Gascogne Of Cinema
Fort Townshend, - R RN. W. GI NS,

Mr. Pheips is Manager and Sec-
retary of H. Strong Ltd. and Stoll-
meyer Ltd, of Port-of-Spain

Back To Gold Coast
R. A. E. C. BEAUSOLEIL left
yesterday by the SS.
“Gascogne” for England on_ his
way back to the Gold Coast where
he has been practising ~for 24
years and doing research work in

tropical medicine.
Originally from St
has just spent two
prior to coming over

Lucia, he
years there
here for a

holiday. He was a guest of Mrs.
S. Zephirin of “The Savoy” Bay
Street.

Off To The U.S,A.
RS. M. D. GUINESS, wife of
the Honourable Murtoch
Guiness of Porters, St, James,
left for the United States by the
“Fort Townshend” on Wednesday.

She was. accompanied by Mrs.
Ruth Weatherley.
Back To U.S.A.
RS. M. E. J. Oliver of the

U.S.A,, returned to Boston
on the “Lady Rodney” last night
after spending a holiday in Bar-
bados. She was staying at the
Hotel Royal.

Back To Caracas

PRER spending two weeks’

holiday in Barbados as a
guest at the Ocean View Hotel,

Dr. H. H. Fuchs of Caracas,
“Venezuela. returned home yester—
day by BWIA. He is President

of H. H, Fuchs and Co.,
merchants of Caracas.

Attended Conference

R PERCIVAL STEWART,

Managing Director of the
National Bus Co, and the Esso
Servicenter, returned from Trini
dad yesterday afternoon by ‘he
s.s, “Gascogne”,

Mr. Stewart was a representa
tive of the Scottish Diamond ;
Lodge No, 84 at the Scottish
Mechanics Conference which \ook
place in Port—of-Spain last
Sunday.

general





‘HE Councillors
ton, says

of Bridling-
a news item, are
wearing hats 47 years old, A
plain. unrhetorical statement,
which will run off the public like
champagne off a chorus-girl’s
back.

Now substitute for Councillors
“the word “cats” or “dogs.” Im-
mediately the postal services at
Bridlington would be thrown into

chaos by letters from angry wo-
men and parcels of hats from
Well-wisher, Sympathiser, and
Disgusted. The telephone lines

would be jammed by people ring-
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x : Plaza Theatres, left on Tuesday
M*: BASIL A. MARRYSHOW, evening by B.W.1.A. for British
son of Hon'ble T. A. Marry- Guiana via Trinidad for the

opening of the Georgetown Plaza

of that colony is at present in Cinema which took place on
Barbados on a visit, He expects Wednesday nigh’. He was ac-
vo be here for another week and companied by Mr. Kenneth
as staying at the Cosmopolitan Tweker of the firm of. Clarke
Guest House. and Tucker, Contractors,



' QUIZ CROSSWORD—No. 4

ACROSS

| LWho — was
Prime Mints-
ter of

Bena whe | a a
eo TT
rich writer
of sea stories
lived in Eng
ia but was
Pole by
birth ? (6)
Which adjec-
tive means
taining to
e nose? (6)
8. What milky
Juice is

6.

ha,

. geo-
metrical solid







has for all its plane surfaces} 5. What ts the encrustation given
ellipses or circles? (9) by age to works of art of ancient

16. To what ts a sluggard told to bronzes ? (6)

« Ct @) 9, What is the term for Rae
6. at tube projects from an atr- of the earth's Tt in-
craft and is used to measure its cludes the quater to

speed? (5) 12, What’ holy object, ‘used “at the

17, What was the term for a mem- Last Supper, was taken to

ber of a Jewish sect which was England, and disappeared ? (5)

posed to foreign domination|13, What instrument, having 4
ot Palestine at the time of broad blade, is «6 Used by
Christ ? (6) vainters ? (7)

20. What is the spike at the centre|16 ho founded the Engiteh police
of a shield called? (4) force? (4)

21. Which city tn South Cuarolina|!8 What relative of Oharey came
has the same name as a quee-|, Wave dusine the oie
popmlar danes'? (19) the British Navy foreed to

DOWN attack the French *neet > (4)

1. weet ee rope the ait
wi e greatest of ease"? (8) Solution of yesterday's —

2. What were the Diligenti 1. Paul Witteman: 6 er al
cmlidren ? (11) t ie, 31 Dorking: Li, tyre: 2

S. What product ts obtained trom ieneritte: 15, Salting: 16, Homer: 17
cattle by melting their fat| Paxidermists: 20, Grundy: 21. Fando
under steam preseure? (6) eres ca. eRe Universal: 5
. Prom whom does a nuncio carry! me tA re i ete Tea:
= to a ig ? (4) ' 18 “Miad: 18. Mav: 19, Two



the mass-murder
you don’t approve of.
Hitler and Stalin between them
I once knew a Nuneaton Coun- jad made this mealy-mouthed
illor whose hat came to bits in stuff unfashionable. My paper is
afraid that, in such “purges” or

of people
I thought

lady For the next meeting he “liquidations,” a future genius or
borrowed a sun-hat from a horse, two might get killed The idea
and was reprimanded for being .

that the life of a future writer or
composer is more sacred than the
iife of a future grocer is certainly
in line with “the best contempor-
ary thought.”

‘Contemporary
Thought’ Again
UTHANASIA for sub-

nor- “One moment, Controller! Don't

euthanaze that one—I think he'll
be a novelist.”

mal groups” seems to me to
be a rather timid way of advocat-

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At the first night of The Black Rose—Mr. Herbert Morrison

talks to film star Susan Shaw,
London Express Service.





On seeing Rupert
figure scuttles over the rocks and

the strange but it is al! in a queer ante and

Rupert cannot understan a word.

stands beside him chattering with ‘‘ This is awkward,’ he thinks.
‘very sign of joy. “ Why, F scnaiee “Let's go back and see Captain
who you are,’’ cries the ietle bear. Barnacle and see if he can make out
‘You're Koko from Coon Islands, what you want.’ He leads ahead
aren't you? What has brow ht ind points, but Koko doesn’t seem
yu here? Where are yee goin very willing co go that way and
he other goes on talking briskly, follows him very slowly indeed.
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER

22, 1950



J’ca Prepares For
Public Service
Commissioner

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’CA., Sept. 19.

A bill is now before the Jamaica
House of Representatives for the
establishment of the office of Pub-
lice Service Commissioner and the
appointment of a Public Service
Board.

The bill reflects the recom-
mendations of Mr. E. C. Mills,
C.B.E., who recently inquired

into and recommended reorgani-
sation of the Jamaica Civil Ser-
vice.

The Board will act in an ad-
visory capacity in regard to those
matters affecting the Civil Service
already reserved to the Governor,
as well as all functions of a routine
nature, such as the grant of pen-
sions to public officers, now exer-
cised by the Governor, will be
placed finally in its charge. Pro-
vision is made however, that in
any case of doubt determination
will be made by the Governor in
Executive Council.

The Government has told mem-
bers of the Legislature that the
establishment of a Publie Service
Commission is becoming increas-
ingly regarded as an esseatial fea-
ture af present-day administra-
tion and the bill now before the
Jamaica Legislature follows simi-
lar legislation in. Ceylon, Malta,
the Gold Coast, Sierra Leone,
Hong Kong and Singapore.

It is proposed that a member
of the Public Service Board should
be appointed on the recommenda-
tion of the governing body of the
University College of the West
Indies, thus ensuring that authori-
tative advice on scholastic stand-
ards and related matters will be
available. ,

A Government statement says:
“The part that the University Col-
lege of the West Indies must play
on the development of the Civil
Services in the Caribbean Area is
fully realised and the Principal
has expressed the view that the
Council of the University College
would be in complete agreement
with the proposal,”

Busta Looks
After Antigua

KINGSTON, J’ca. Sept. 19.

The Hon. W. A. Bustamante
questioned a statement to the
United Nations by the U.K.
delegation that with the help of |
the Red Cross and contributions |
from West Indian Governments
the situation in storm-stricken
Antigua was now in hand.

Soon after the hurricane hit
Antigua Mr. Bustamante had
sent a cable to U.N. asking for
aid and in a reply to this cable,
the Secretary General of the
world organisation reported the
U.K. comment.

Mr. Bustamante on Sunday
cabled the Colonial Secretary of
Antigua quoting the cable from
U.N. and asking: “Is the infor-
mation given by the United King-
dom delegation correct or do you
still need aid. sees eee
Advise me fully true |p on.”
To U.Ny Mr: Bustienatite sent a
cable of thanks for possible aid
to Antigua through the Children’s
Fund and added: “Am certain
that information given by the
United Kingdom delq@gation was
based on insufficient facts. Person-
ally watching situation and will
communicate further.”





Considering Better
Working Conditions

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
Negotiations between Alston
and Co. Shipping Department and
the Trinidad Seamen and Water-
front Workers Trade Union hope

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



“COME IN, JIM—we're finished being B.R.M.s—we're Isle of Man riders until Saturday, when we'll be Battle of Britain pilots.



CONTROLS OFF
IN JAMAICA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica.

As from Monday, September 18.
the Jamaica Government lifted
price controls on dry goods which
have been in effect since the war,
The question of price controls on
locally produced dry goods—knit-
ted goods and footwear for in-
stance—will be the subject of
special attention by the Executive
Council.

Dry goods merchants tried to
reassure the public that the lift-
ing of controls which they had
been advocating since the end of
the war would not mean in-
creases in prices, but by mid-
week there were rumblings of im-
pending price lifts.

At present al! dry goods are
plentiful in the island, however,
or are on order or available at
short order and there is no pros-
pect, Government states, of any
shortage which would create the
need for continuation of price
control.

The Weather

TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.59 a.m.
Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m.
Moon (Full) September 26
Lighting : 6.00 p.m.
High Water: 12.48 am.,
2.22 p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) .03
ins.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.85 ins.
Temperature (Max.):
87.0° F.
Temperature (Min.) 73.5° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity 11 miles per

ur
sretenster (9 a.m,) 29.981

(3 p.m.) 29.917





No More Bulk
Purchase Of
Butter, Milk

(From Our Own Correspondent)

Trinidad’s Acting Controller of
Imports and Exports, Mr, A. A.
Douglas in collaboration with
Government * has decided that
bulk purchase of table butter,
cheese, evaporated milk and split
peas should be discontinued
The Controller told newsmen on
Saturday that licences will be



to sign an agreement to-morrow
on certain improved working con-
ditions for ship’s crews. Mr, C. P.
Alexander, President of the Union
was satisfied that the agreement
has been accomplished.

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v
German Experts
Return From
e
Russia
BERLIN, Sept. 21.

A group of 218 German civil-
ians, all scientists and technical
experts with their families re-
turned to East Germany to-day
from Russia where they have
been working in top secret in-
dustries since the end of the
war, according to an East Ger-
man News Agency.

The group is the first to re-
turn home of an estimated 4,000
German experts still employed
at unknown places in Russia, the
Agency said.

The experts were seized by
Soviet authorities immediately
after the war and taken to the
Soviet Union. Later their fami-
lies were allowed to join them.

Scientists and experts include
rocket constructors, optical sci-
entists from the famous Zeiss
works at Juna and jet experts.

In May this year East Ger-
man Information Chief Geisart
Eisler denied that German civ-
ilian experts were working in
Russia.

“These are all silly lies spread
by imperialist propaganda” he
told Western newspapermen.

| —Reuter.

RICE COMES FROM BG.

A cargo of 1,500 bags of rice
from British Guiana arrived in
the island on Wednesday by the
schooner “Mary M. Lewis.” The
“Mary M. Lewis” also brought
400 bags of heavy charcoal, 38
tons of firewood and _ wallabo'
posts.

The motor vessel “Caribbee”
brought a shipment of fresh fruit
from Dominica yesterday.

ADVERTISING PAYS!

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A 20-page brochure advertising
the industrial and commercial set-
up in Trinidad has proved to be a
success. It is understood that
firms are asking to be supplied
with more copies or that a second
edition be issued. Mr. A. A. Shef-
field. Trinidad’s Economic Ad-
viser said that the brochure is
being distributed in the United
Kingdom, the U.S, and Canada
and has had very favourable re~-

ception.

VOTED THEN DIED

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
An 80-year old Trinidadian,
O’Reily Charles of Kay Trace,
Siparia died shortly after he had
marked his “X” at the polling





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STORES.

—London Express Service.



New Club.Secretary

| Has Governor
In Family Tree

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, September.
MR. RALPH LAVINGTON PAYNE, recently appoint-
ed Secretary of the West Indian Club in London, is well
qualified for all his onerous duties.

Born in Grenada in 1886, he
belongs to the same family tree
as the late Lord Lavington, ex-
Governor of Antigua, who died
in 1805. Following in the foot-
steps of this relation, Mr; Payne
chose the Colonial Administrative
Service as a career. He served in
Nigeria from 1911-13, rising to
the responsible office of Resident
of Katsina Province—with its one
million inhabitants. After his re-
tirement in 1943, he remained in
Nigeria till the end of the Second
World War.

Mr. Payne is a supporter of
federation in the West Indies,
“Under existing conditions of the
modern world,” he says, ‘small
units have little chance of achiev-
ing economic independence; it
would seem, therefore, that their
interests would better be served by
federating to form a large unit.
Again, administration of small
islands, separated by long distances
of sea, is bound to be difficult;
federation wil help to solve that.
Federation will be a good thing
for the West Indies.”

Mr. RALPH PAYNE,

responsibilities of self-govern-
ment, otherwise, the result will be
chaotic.”

For gallantry displayed during
‘n-incident at sea, Mr. Payne won
the Silver Medal of the Royal
Humane. Society. Now 64 years
of age, he has a zestful personality,
and keeps his capacity for hard
work.

Experience Necessary

Asked what he thought of de-
mands generally for immegiata
self-government in the Colonies,
he said: “Colonials should _ bt
patient; they should see to it that
t.ey acquire the necessary ex-
perience before they assume the











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B.B.C. Radio |More Houses Likely for Sugar Workers





| (Prom Our Own Correspondent) United Kingdom a sum of $2.40
Pro ramme | GEORGETOWN 3G. Sept. 321 is paid towards the fund—a
£ A peedup rehousing for) revolving one in that loan work-
ugar production workers appear-| ers ¢ 2 repaid.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER ©, 1996 gar | c ers appear-| ers are to be repaid ie ;
00 am. The N News|ed likely with the coming into Sugar companies had formerly
Anak 1S 8.1 ei ze | operation of the Labour Welfare! independently been tackling the
Week 30 am e Ssoc ation | 7 4 ar
Meets In Birmingham, 8.00 a.m. Fem | Fund, “)424:| housing problem on sugar estates.
The . Editorials, 8.10 a.m. Programe} - Over the last few years more
Parade, 8.15 a.m. BDC Scottish Variety | fhe fund which comes into use | ¢ nas rere i .
+ nan 1,300 homes were built for
Orcl.estra, 9.00 a.m, Close Down, 1300) . shy . | ; !
The News, 12.10 p.m 2X2 | straightaway started in 1946 and! workers, but it is possible that
5 pm. New Records, 1.o0/tctalled more than $1,000,000 in} with the launching of the Welfare
ate Continues, 1.15 p.m.|three years . apo ies 1 “On-
co ie oe Maree) ee ee a eae Fund, sugar companies will con
2.00 p.m. The News, 2.10 p.m On every ton of sugar manu- | fine assistance in this direction
‘ ~ws From Britain, 215 p.m.|factured, ard exported to the! tg “nuclear” workers.—(C.P.)
Sports Review, 2.50 p.m. Music In Mir
ature, 3.00 p.m. The Colour Bar, 3. 4
p.m. Interlude, 3.45 pm. Rhondda ;
Valley Experiment. 4.00 p.m. The New 9
4.19 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 nm or
Nights At The Opera, 5.00 p.m. Harotd
5 rt at the Theatre Organ, 5.15 p.m
Programme Parade, 5 30 p.m. Scottish
N fazine, 6.00 p.m Composer of the 4
“ 615 pm. Meiody on Strings * :
60 6pm The British Association
Meets In Birmingham, 7.00 p.m. The s
News, 7.10 p.m. News Analyst 7.15 ‘ ’
pin. Music in Miniature, 7.45 p PATENT’ BARLEY
Fngiish Elequence, 38.00 p.m Ra ry ;
ewersel, ais oe eee tastier makes milk more digestible for baby
Report, 8.20 p.m. Interlude, 8.30 p.n . %
The Debate Continues, 845 pm. In ‘ ’ _
terlude, 8.55 pm. From The kxdltortals PATENT’ GROATS ‘
90 pm From The Promenad makes weaning a happy time for baby caate
Concerts, 10 00 p.m. The News, 10.10
pm. Interlude, 10.15 p.m. Puftney and mother
Post Office 10.45 p.m. World Afiairs
11.00 p.m. The Canterbury Tales })

British-Argentine
Trade May
Be Revived

MANCHESTER, Sept, 21

Sir John Balfour, British Am-
bassador to Argentina, said here
to-day that though trade between
the two countries was now stag-
nant, there were grounds for
cptimism on long term prospects.

The Ambassador, in England
for a holiday, said that the break-
down of the meat talks had sus-
pended Argentine-British trade
Argentina was very short of ster-
ling and much would depend upon
this year's harvest, he added.

Sir John said that he would be
in London at the beginning of next
month to find out the position
before he leaves in November.

The people are apt to think that
meat is the most important item
of export from the Argentine, but
there are many other things—
hides and a wide range of agricul-
tural produce,” he said

The Argentine Government has
stimulated farmers to produce
more agricultural produce at
economically sound pricés and to



lay store on the importance of
this in Argentine prosperity, It
remains to be seen how it will

turn out at next harvest
—Reuter



What Would The
Governor Do?

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

Should the members of Trini-
dad’s Legislative Council fail for
one reason or another to elect an
Executive Council at its first meet-
ing which will be held on October
20, the Governor will be faced
with two alternatives—that of ad-
ministering the Government with-
out the advice of his Executive
Council or using his powers to ex-
tend the life of the old Executive
Couneil,

According to the provisions un-
der the new Constitution which
jeals with the Executive Council,
it is provided that the Legislative

Couneil shall, not Jater than its
third sitting after the commence
ment of Constitution order and

after every dissolution of the Leg-
istative Council, elect from among
the Elected members thereof five
persons to be elected members of
the Executive Council. It is under-
stood that following the first meet-
ng in October, the new Legisla-
ure may meet on October 27.

Czech Nuns Put
To Forced Labour

VATICAN CITY, Sept. 21.

The Vatican Radio to-day
charged Czechosiovakia with run-
ning “concentration convents” in
which nuns were put to forced
jabour under the supervision of
gaolers, The radio said that such
cvivents existed at Kostoina,
Privoz and Biscupice,

At Mocenok, about 60
were imprisoned in the
building of the Religious
of Christian Brothers.

In camp at Podolinee in Slo-
vikia 600 imprisoned monks and
priests were subjected to reprisals
after the escape of six of their
fellow prisoners, the Radio added.
It also said that persecution was
also increasing in Lithuania where
religious hymns are forbidden
unless approved by police, and
where a tax is imposed on every -
one entering church.—Reuter.

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Friday, “September 22, 1950



POSTAL RATES

THE resolution passed by the House of
Assembly on Tuesday providing for the
revision of air mail rates on letters, post
cards and air letter forms as from October
1 will come as a surprise to those who hopea
that there would have been a reduction
instead of an increase in postage rates io
the United Kingdom.

The official explanation for the increase
in rates to North America is that Canada
and the United States had imposed slightly
higher terminal charges than before. The
change will mean that there will be an
increase from Barbados of two cents to
Canada and two cents to the United States
The increase on rates to Great Britain of &
cents is due to the action of B.O.A.C. bring-
ing their rates into line with those arranged
by international agreement.

The main benefit which will accrue from
the overall change is that inter-area rates
will be reduced. This is encouraging for
the people of the area where for a long time
higher rates than were necessary have been
paid.

Present adjustments were made on the
recommendation of the Colonial Postmaster
who has spent much time and energy in
getting the matter settled. Communications
between the Barbados Government and the
British Government have been going on for
some time since it was agreed that we
could not refuse the increase asked by
Canada and the United States,

In his memorandum the Postmaster
pointed out that consequent on the changes
made during the last six months in the con-
veyance of mails an upward revision was
necessary if the Government was not to
sustain a loss of revenue. On this informa-
tion the addendum attached to the resolu-
tion was based.

The revision does not bring any profit to
the Government but merely seeks to pre-
vent a loss of revenue which would have
followed the increases by Canada and the
United States.

It would appear that this upward revi-
sion was inevitable although it has been
long in coming. The Barbados Government
refused years ago to join in the general
agreement for the carriage of mails by
B.W.1LA., and continued to pay at a rate
which cost this island huge sums of money





BARBADOS ADVOCATE



apvoereE SPANISH WAY OF LIFE TRIP IT LIGHTLY

Hy H. Edward Knoblaugh

MADRID,
The music of guitars and casta-
;nets is beautiful and romantic
enough, but a distinguished
American authority says folks
|back home should learn that it

| typifies only the “cheap” Spain.

| Dr. Carleton Smith, director of
{the National Arts Foundation of
|New York who has just completed
study of Spanish

of a 17-country

jan exhaustive

; culture as part
| programme, said Americans know
jless about Spain than they do
{about any other European nation.

His findings in the field of folk-
lore cured some of his own previ-
} ous misconceptions, which he be-
lieves were fairly representative
of those still held by many people
in the United States,

“I was amazed,” Dr. Smith said,
| “by the variety and colour of the
old songs of Spain. What those in
the states know is the Spain of the
guitar and the castanets, the gay
music of Andalusia,

“But it is only the “cheap” Spain
which travels. Many of the dances
of the north, for instance, have
never been seen in America. I
heard in the mountains of Asturias
melodies almost exactly like those
which we recorded in the Cauca-
sus, in the rugged passes between
Khasbek and Elborus. There is
jno known explanation for this
similarity.”

Dr. Smith refers to himself as
“a native of the cornfields of

Illinois.” The National Arts Foun-
lation which he heads is a private
| philanthropic organization devoted
{to increasing interest in the arts
|} in the United States and to stimu-
| lating greater exchange of arts and
| artists between nations,

it is imperative that there be
| interchange of art between Spain
{
i



and the United States,” Dr, Smith



On Saturda last week, 108
accompanied by 72 wives
and children arrived in England

ifrom the United States. Some of

} scholars

hem leave soon for the Colonies
important research
there Before they dis-
however, they will be
treated to a three-day orienta—
tion prograurmme arranged by the
United States Educational Com-
mission in London, an adminis-
trative body of the Fulbright
l

rogramme

} carry oul
} work
| perse,



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| What is

Fulbright Programme?
and what does it seek
intention of the Pro-
jgramme is the utilisation for

ucalonal purposes of foreign
credits and currencies acquired by
the United States in the disposal
of surplus property abroad, The
idea was conceived by Senator
J. William Fulbright of Arkansas,
Ne was responsible for the intro-
duction of the necessary legisla~
ton in Congress, which amended
the Surplus Property Act of 1944.
Accordingly, a new Act known
as the Fulbright Act was signed
in Congress August, 1946,

Under the terms of the Act,
financial provision “is made for
American citizens pursuing higher
education in foreign countries or
conducting research investigations
or alternately for foreign students
;and scholars taking courses im
America or in higher institutions
of learning outside the continental
United States. Tuition, mainten-





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said, “Nothing is to be gained by Serge Koussevitsky, Dmitri
further a of the Spanish Mitropoulos, Louis Bromfield,
people from the outside world. Charles Laughton, Sir Osbert

And the people of the United
States have a great deal to learn
from Spain.

“Visiting here makes one realize
that the history taught in the
United States is English history. to
We are not fully aware of the tra- famous Prado Museum to permit a
ditions and culture which exist on represenative collectich of their
this peninsula. The rich and little- paintings to be shown in the
known folklore of Spain is in real- United States. Up to this time
ity the best key to an understand- they have been reluctant to permit
ing of the character and personal- any of the Prado’s great collec-
ity of the Spanish people.” tion of Goya’s, Velazquez’s and

In addition to encouraging —!} Greco’s works to be taken
American lovers of music, paint- abroad for fear that a change of
ing and sculpture to come to climate might injure them
Spain, the National Arts Founda-

Dartus Milhaud, Car) Milles, Jan

Sibelius, Katherine Cornell and

Ralph Vaughan-Williams

An effort likewise will be made
persuade directors of the

tion is arranging for Spanish , Dr. Smith goes from Spain
artists to come to the United “rough France ana Italy to
States. Yugoslavia and Poland. In each

“The best young voice I have Country he looks for artists who
heard in Europe in ten years is Ca visit the United States and
that of Victoria-de los Angeles, of ‘ties to arrange for interchange

Sitwell, George Bernard Shaw,} the future.

Hy Fred Doerflinger
LONDON
MEN and women will tread more lightly in

Britain’s Shoe and Leather Fair at Lon-
don’s Olympia Hall made it evident that the
light, flexible shoe is the shoe of the future.

Women’s shoes in 1951 will be lighter and
plainer than they have been in 15 years and
men’s footwear more colorful and daring.

These fashions will not be restricted to
Britain for official figures show that the

nation’s total exports of boots and shoes have
arisen from about $8,960,000 in the first seven

months ef 1949 to almost $14 million in the
same period this year.

There was an increase in sales to the
United States from about $1,400,000 in the





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it pro-
linancial assistance uo
scholars in the torm ot
travel grants for researcn and
other educational activities in
the United States.

The administration of ihe
Fulbright Programme is now in
its second year. During tne first
year of the scheme, i.e. 1949—50,
no less than 138 British scholars
and 165 Americans (including sy
Professors) received direct bene-
fit from it. For the current year
(the second year of the scheme),
159 graduate students have receiv-
ed grants to Universities in the
United Kingdom and the Colonies;
63 Advanced Research Scholars
and Visiting Lecturers have
received awards to Universities
in the United Kingdom and the
Colonies: 260 British and Colonial
students, Lecturers and Research
scholars may receive round-trip
grants to American Universities;
and under the Anglo-American
Teachers Inter-change system
208 secondary and elementary
teachers will have their ocean
fares paid out of the scheme.

Already in Malaya and Hong
Kong, Dr, Paul B. Means, Pro-
fessor of Religion in Oregon
University is conducting research
into “Modern Trends in Malayan
Islam". In October this year, he
will be joined by Dr. Norton S.
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Evening sandals are mere concoctions of
tiny straps, court shoes are low cut and
asymmetric. Afternoon and evening shoes
with heels ranging from flat to 244 inches
replace those of 3 to 34% inches. Wedges are
only available at a modest height and most
are scooped out at the back for lightness.

British manufacturers appear to be oper-
ating on the premise that every well-dressed
woman will own at least one pair of heel-less
“casuals” or, if she is very short, “flatees.”

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California University, is now
examining “Social problems in
ethnological groups’ as existing
in the West Indies,

In February, 1951, Dr. F. Jeyer
Nimkoff, Professor of Sociology,
Bucknell University will under-
take an important; research at
the University College of the
West Indies, the findings of which
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western University. “Study of the
Yoruba’ Tribe of Nigeria” will be
the subject of his research. When
the new academic year starts at
Makerere College, Uganda in
Octeber, Dr. Elizabeth Hoyt, Pro-
fessor of Economics at Iowa State
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a research into President Truman's
“Point IV Programme”. This pro-
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delay in its realisation, provides
for the technological development
of “backward areas”, It is, there-
fore, not unlikely that Professor

cloth are a “hot” favourite for export markets
and one firm is putting out “Pawnee”, a high-
heeled cowboy style boot, copied from
Pawnee Bill’s outfit in “Annie Get Your
Gun.”

In general, bootees for women are gayer
than ever before. They have shed their
clumsy look and now show that comfort and
warmth can be synonymous with elegance.

For children the latest thing is crepe-soled
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P nt policy by which the British home novelty to draw the excited, spee- conductors is that the plea for an complete record of their expendi- tive —LN.S, according] ‘ange their shopping
taxpayer gets reductions, whereas the full ulative, upward gaze of London’s gdditional £1 a week will be ture for one week on their house-|—— cc Sly.
rates without any preferential treatment is | {nuescribuble whine ie telling enored., Some. time ago the holds and themselves. Air Mails
‘ 7 vests y ransport an enera: orkers
passed on to the outside user, whether enough indication of their pres- Union tisied' down the aaaets Harassed by the fact that what-|The Editor, The Advocate, D COSTA & Cc Ltd
Colonial or not. ence overhead, Some of these request for action to secure the ¢Ver she spends today, it is never} SIR,—I was astonished to see that Air Mail post- a Oxy °
jets flying fairly low over the additional pay. The argument enough to meet rising prices, the lage is to be raised. The need of to-day is for
City yesterday morning attracted Was that other claims required to housewife may envy Mr. Gaits- speedy delivery of mail, and business and private DRY GOODS DEPT.
particular attention, Perhaps pe pressed first. kell’s good fortune in being ablejindividuals will suffer by this raise in postage. I .
because their combined roar did ‘The significant thing from the t wore with ar oy - a was hoping it would be lowered, many a poor per-
not face the full competition of yernment’s i f view, how- Penditure in millions. And she}son cannot afford now to mail an urgent letter even SSS
New Boys’ Club the street traffic noises: half of the Bea ta a Susieoese Gite Which may wonder what's the point of | by sea, and this will be a serious handicap to pov- 4
e city’s buses have been silenced the strike follows upon the de- ®2yone knowing what she spends |erty-stricken Barbadians, as well as our business PSOSSSSIGISG SD % GOSS?
ta by sudden strike action, cision of the Trade Union Congress When after all she knows that if|magnates who are already suffering by backward %
LAST NIGHT the second Boys’ Club Among the street crowds, 1 was last week to end the wage- She had the money she could and | methods. Our corregponierce must fe {iuresnes Y, 8
. ‘ ‘ ong > street ¢ ds RA Se is pon, roula spe s sh re, or the good of our island an elivery speeded up. .
founded by the Police was opened in |... inadvertent. sharer of the Testraint policy. ee aoe Sei Se. More letter boxes are needed, and better postal 2 ;
Speightstown. The representative gather- reactions of one woman to the ‘The fact that the T.U.C. chamige ation of great importance that can |Service, a letter can save a life very often, this 2
8 Te a ae ee jet visitation, Feelingly, she of mood in regard to wages policy be obtained in ho other way,’|Should be realised in every department. Speed up .
ee eee pee a o ik : ee my? oa a must be rekaried as a new phase Bay e the Director of Research in pase Srp er oe and help sinoenn Your! ;
such were n » tO Show tha 1e efor war enue hanked God that jn the economic situation was ad- his letter on behalf of the Gov-| Oy want speed cops. . Z .
ma acti . Z 1 would never agéin be afraid. jittea by the Minister of State ernment’s Social Survey, ‘This Unemployed WE! . $
de to supply healthy tecreation for ee But" -—-and she covered her eyes — for Economic Affairs, Mr. H. Gait- Social Survey has for some time \ The Eaitor, The gern = GEArE NoTs HitrEaS te te x
derprivileged children: has been appreci- “Lm not so sure now.... skell, when deputising in the been collecting information about] SIR,—I beg your leniency again in deep sym- CEREBOS SALT BLACK PEPPER s
ted Perhaps it*was unfair of her to Commons for the Chancellor of people's spending on different| pathy with a letter from “Desperate Youth.” It is PEARL BA 4
ated, k he jets. She reflected ¢ 7 : ir: -Staffor ; RLEY in Tins PURE VINEGAR
alame the jets: She reflected a ihe Exchequer, Sir Stafford goods and services for use in offi-|shameful that only a hurricane, a fire, or old age,
: . y ’ ’ g FIGS BISTO GRAVY POWDER
; : Sai ah ensla general mood, It had been a Cripps, still resting in the country. cial statements and teports on the|can bring help to a sufferer, and the unemployed BACON in Tins PICKLED WALNUTS %
It is as well that the second club shoul sty oo ing = = —_ Mr. Gaitskell informed the House nation’s economy. who te going ae a living death, just breath- CANADIAN EGGS ;
: ‘ aT ac + sac what lifeless, unreal debates in that the Minister of Labour was ae : r ing that’s all, are despised and never given fa
— a oes oeenees ret mes the specially recalled Parliament. tg antes thar sre situation with rer ereeies yo gape as | thought, : .
own of importance in nis isiand. Ir There had been an absence of 5 ions and emplovers in the Stvictly confidential, @ answer Then again, I notice sir, that married women are | 9 c
Bidsctisbern this club will cater to a num- news of any particular signifi- ae formulate a cdrmegon to anybody who thinks it all sav-j given day and night jobs that some single young df ,

; : 4 } cance from Korea. British publi¢ policy “for dealing. with, what Ours &f snooping if that experi-|man and woman could fill. Why don’t these ladies Mee. a a . : - ¢
ber of children drawn from several adjoin- opinion felt the need of a stinu- promises to be -a-contribution ta one aye spawn people have been jget ponies work to do, and give single young people ‘ a 7 , i : %
4 ; ‘ r . » £ “ : lus. The Government’s bomb- jijaarie ury dangers. ery Wi 1g to answer questions;a chance? I
ing districts and where trade and com came Beak Whee td pe dangers aboot tain apendingt They would | Uesewr the ubemployment question fs taken se: Bg
mercial enterprise continues to grow. ue had not yet fallen. If he did not perhaps set the b@,even more willing, no loubt,| ously, more grievances will arise and ferment in 4

The London “bus strike which heather on fire in his lengthy @X- to! put a, few questions to Mr.}Barbados. The cry of the unemployed is the sad- MILK FED CHICKENS
began on Thursday and has position of what the rearmameyt ‘Gaitskell’s Chief as to why the; dest of all, and just as urgent as any hurricane re-

A Boys’ Club in any part of this island
should thrive if for no other reason than
that it is necessary and beneficial to the
community.

MILK FED DUCKS
COD FISH, SOLE,

spread has been based on objec- programme meant in terms of weekly. pay -packet gets” so light | lief. HUMAN BEING.
tions to women being employed meney, Mr, Gaitskell showed a ‘after ‘the needs of his “Pay-as- | Sin Eggs

as conductors— “clippies” is the dexterity with figures that may You+Rarn” ineone-tax needs are aaa iia she :

London term for it, This is no be the enemy of certain house- met. | he Editor, e vocate,

KIPPERS
» FRESH VEGETABLES



SIR,—This is my second vacation to this island,
which I have recommended to all my country fel-
lows as being one of the most beautiful places 7" j
over the world. I have and I am proud to say |X%
contributed to tourism as I am the owner of one







and insulting attitudes, The stores
are quite able to hire detectives

Evergreens CHEESE — $3.25

The public has been awakened to the Our Headers Say a SIRI read of the new market

5
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5-Ib Tin PASTEURISED
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; = i x” watchers if they think their ; ; S ‘i lant Per Tin ;
$s née reduce the - or watc area son the Horizon, but in the mean- of the Travel Agencies in Caracas, Venezuela. I
fact that clubs of this ateey: a Old Time Habits customers are thieves. The avet- tine can’t the congested alleys be have sent quite a number of tourists to spend a RAISINS lé6c. per Tb $
need for support of corrective institutions. pa poor = n is pe ee vacated and cleaned up, and a vacation and many Eater Ran m : abs f e %
»y are willing Che Editor, The Advocate, ROPE Skene Guy So Cee temporary market given; this n this trip I found a very odd situation whic ¥
ney have proved spat aay oa me a "SIR, “Every day 40 every way, -estancants.-y ion’t aould be made under the shade I believe is very easy for you to remedy and that
support these clubs either financially or by | | p../..hos should be getting better — Then hse eS are oni of the Evergreens near St, Mary's Will be of very much interest to the organization] SHARP’S TOFFEES J & R BREAD & CAKES
i i i t +. igite Mad and eve et a rest far less é 2ce! a oe, a A \ °
service. There will be no lack of service in ind better, but it is “bitter and OVER Bev ter is served, no bread Whet e there is so much space for an is trying to give an impulsive movement to ARR'S SWEET BISCUITS CROWN DRINKS
Speightst h uting and ‘oth bitterer.” | Tea-rooms and grocer- Tis vitter, only the waiter look- idlers. Busby’s Alley is a disgrace * eet inquired with regard to the Asherm - - %
1 stown where sco 1g and other : ah | eeahtiess i catialiae sfore and butter, onl; > we Sa ' a a . a ave inqui a oO e fishermen
pele ; : . ; ies. now have new habits, 7 oe ing anxiously for you to get going #24 & mass of confusion exists, breaking tha Veee eggs” and throwing the few PLAYER’S CIGARETTES TOP NOTCH RUM g
activities in the interest of youth have you eat or purehase, you must ! , ; ae sel, also the sun is bitter, and what | ?
p : and pay the almighty dollar. . . into the ocean and I was told that it is forbfide %
ak . t pay, that is very wrong, and no pas = with heat and women’s tongues, by law bat the nt is that in front ct a Worthi nm PLAYER'S TOBACCO GOLD BRAID RUM %
taken on a new aspect, justice to the cutee, + bang be Barbados must preserve her the enters cog be badly oe Guest House, t is being done every day a’ aha eee ; 3
tasteless or you get what you arm, her old time methods must pressed. Try the Ever ns until therefore bathing has to be done with shoes. x ln i . fro GODDARD'S
“- ve . denawkk nublic : int, a smile is given. This 74+ aie out an ultra-modern mar can be | do someth: aa rare vee o> ¥$
The best wishes of the Be neral public Lbs chaste tar tad and oo catahliched, ese you can ing to help in this x
will go out to this new Boys’ Club. couraging wrong thinking GRAY BONNET WOMAN-SHOPPER Caracas, Venezuela. ; i 65§600.96609509608SS000000000000S00008S00SES65 ¥


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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1950

Fishing Boats
Rotting On | eae | eee
The Reef a ;

HERE ARE ABOUT 11
ing boats ranging from 17

to 22 feet long hauled up on the |
Reef ground some without spars |
and jibbooms. :

An owner of one of these boats |
said yesterday that he hopes to
sell his and buy a smaller wan. |
Some of them have been lying
there for about one year rotting
and falling vo pieces.

Many of the owners complain
that the equipment to make their
Loats seaworthy is too expensive
and they can’t afford to carry
oul repairs,

IVINGSTON TAITT of Sharon,

4 St. John was admitted and
detained at the General Hospital
about 6.45 p.m. on Wednesday
after he was stabbed by another
man about 5.30 p.m. the same
day.

Taivt’s condition is not consider—
ed to be serio

HE BRITISH COUNCIL have

now resumed their film shows

and to-night there will be one for
Scouts und Guides in uniform at
the Scout Headquarters, Beckles
Road, beginning at 8 o’clock,

Special feature of this Show
will be seenes Yaken at the Com- ti
bermere School grounds on the
last Empire Day_when the Scouts
spent the morning in out—door
activities there.

BARBADOS





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MR. K. W. BLACKBURNE takes the oath as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Leeward
Islands.

ee _|Drop Class, Race Hatred |

community,
try and serve the community if we

are

because

20th century is the historical|*®€ common task each his own
period in which the decision has| ft. Democracy in both the Uni-
to be made as to whether what|ted Kingdom and the United

we know as democracy is to tri-

ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE





ener tne anne ane









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Says Leewards Councillor

(From Our Own Correspondent) 14K

ST. JOHNS 1X}
THE HON. S. T. CHRISTIAN, Senior Unofficial Mem- {}}\
ber of the General Legislative Council of the Federated }
Leeward Islands, in a welcoming speech to Mr. Blackburne
on Tuesday said : “It is so easy in a mixed community
to seek to gain a temporary political advantage by preach-
ing race-hatred, class divisions and prejudices but those
who aspire to statesmanship must realize that in this
direction lies the retardation of normal progress—a dis-
advantage from which a racially homogeneous community
does not suffer. We have been kept back in the past by
a stressing of racial and class differences.
We will continue to lag behind -——— »ther communities if part of our;"™ph over the qictatership that
nergies is spent in seeking to| Prevails in a considerable section
perpetuate these differences, There |©f the world. We have that de-
s room for us all to serve the| cision to make in this colony as
Indeed we must al]!i® all the other West Indian col-
onies
The temptation is great at times,
particularly among the politically
immature to put our faith in an in-
dividual dictator as against the
harder course of learning how to
govern ourselves by bringing to



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Our task in the West Indies, we
aware,
he world,

is as in the rest of
rendered more difficult

this second half of the

States is learning the need for a
dynamic leadership and a teach-
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derlie the truly democratic state.

It is in a period of such con-
flicting principles that Your Ex-

AND IS HAPPY cellency will be called to lead

Have you ever met an expert} US, 8 people hitherto unused to



MENDS BAGS

| ae BEGGING alms on Broad
Stree’ on September 20

MR. JUSTICE JACKSON is nearest the Bible.

|
to progress according to our

sharing in the hard task of self-
government. It will take all your
wisdom, all your strength of
character, all the faith in your

crocus bag mender? In case you
are interested there is one — 9
woman — who sits on a small



bench under a shady tree on the



James Chandler a 52-year-old ;
jJabourer of Orange Hill, St. Christ Chureh May
James was yesterday sentenced

to two months’ imprisonment by
His Worship Mr. C, L. Walwyn. Get Playing Field
He appealed.
A JURY RETURNED a verdict THE Christ Courcn Vestry are
of death by natural causes; making plans to build a playing
when an inquiry into the deavn!|field on part of Kent Plantation,
of 74-year-old Albert Goodridge | Sarjeant’s Village. A rough esti-
of St. Thomas was held by Mr,|}Mate of the cost of the playing
E. A, McLeod Coroner of District | field is $19,614. As soon as the
“A” yesterday. Building Committee reaches agree-
Goodridge was admitted to the ment as to the cost, they will ask
General Hospital on August 15 {Government for the money. The
and died on Sepvember 14. Vestry came to that decision at

their meeting yesterday.
7) UBY YARD of Government

i Hill was placed on a bord! pygyj falda C ;
aying Fields Committee told
for three months by Mr. McLeod | the a yventcy that the approximate

yesterday for throwing stones 01/ area of the proposed site was three
Government Hill on September



Mr. Goddard, a member of the



jacres. The land was owned by
21, Mr. H. O. Emtage and he had
agreed to accept $600 per acre

ss for it.
Fight The Heat | The $19,614 would cover the

e | buying of the land, the erection of
With Mauby ja Community Hall which would
also serve as a pavilion, put up an
One of the best drinks a manj enclosure, prepare ‘the grounds,
can have these hot days is mauby fend install water,
thinks Florence Jones of Bay
Land, St. Michael. She told the
“Advocate” yesterday that many
years ago the drink was only
taken by the lower class of people!
but today all classes of the com-
munity have realised how good a
drink it is especially when the
heat is sapping one’s energy,
The bark which makes
mauby comes from the islands
St. Lucia, Dominica and St. Vin-
cent ‘and resembles spice.
It is not difficult to make mauby.
First the bark is put into a dry'

After a suggestion by Mr. Dray-
ton, the Vestry decided to use as
much wall in the building of the
vavilion as possible.

Mr, Chase said that wall would
be stronger and more economical



The site chosen would serve six
districts : St. David’s, Sarjeant’s
the Village, Upper Clapham, Upper
pf| Britton’s Hill, Vauxhall and
Worthing View



saucepan free from grease, for What’s on ‘Today
grease will prevent that foam! ;
which bubbles at the top from Court of Ordinary at 11 a.m

forming. |

The bark is then put into water
and boiled for about two hours.
All the bitters are thus extracted
from it.

When the boiling is finished the
bitters is strained and added to!
the required quantity of water
which is already sweetened with

EN ia , : Mr. J. L, Cheltenham, Christ

Standing under a tree in Fair-'Church parochial assessor, was
child Street with a white apron| granted three months’ sick leave
around her waist and surrounded) by the Christ Church Vestry, as
by labourers sipping her mauby,jfrom August 1. K
Jones said that she has been sell-
ing on that spot for over six years
and has found it profitable.

Her 9-gallon mauby can is gen-
erally filled up three times a day.
One of the headaches of the
mauby seller is the replacing cf
glasses which are broken regu-
larly by careless customers. Tin
cups are used as well but these
do not find favour with everyone,

A pint glass of the beverage
filled to the brim is sold for three
cents.

Mobile Cinema, St. Cather-
ine’s School Pasture, St.
Philip at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band Concert at
Silver Sands at 8.00 p.m.

GRANTED LEAVE



A TRIBUTE

The Christ Church Vestry paid
tribute to the late Mr. C. L. Elder,
Mr, A, M. Jones brought up the
motion for the tribute being
recorded and told the Vestry of
Mr. Elder’s services to the Parish
and to Barbados. The motion was
seconded by Mr. Brandford.

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Hurricane Gives Boost Bisvers i teueet Ggetrlon, vee on ae
yays ranspor

ment at
River koad,

e e }
To Housing In Antigua of the many bags which are al-| Many factors beyond the influence

Depart- | cess.
the lower end of Particularly in the field of eco-
There she plies her} Nomics will your task be a hard

HARRISON'S



ong needle on one after the other|one. In this field there are so BROAD ST.

c LOCAL AGENTS
ways spread about her. She does\of the individual or indeed of any
not hurry, but she works quickly'single community. By land set- DIAL 2364

New Governor Says ‘‘Help Yourself” |'

(From Our Own Correspondent) I

MR. K. W. BLACKBURNE, C.M.G., the new Governor
of the Leeward Islands, said at his “Swearing In” ceremony
on September 18th that an extensive housing programm«
is to be carried on in Antigua. i

Since rebuilding is now essential His Majesty's Gov-]'
ernment is prepared to make a contribution to the cost of
a programme of gradually replacing low standard houses,

Mr. Blackburne said:
What Is The

“His Majesty’s Government
recognises that the inhabitants of
Antigua cannot fully repair the
Camage done by the recent hur- e 9
ricanes even with the generous D re
help which has been given by iffe ence
organisations, individuals here and
over-seas, and by other Caribbean Although taking no active part
territories, His Majesty’s Govern- in politics, Mr. ©. H. Johnson is
ment has, therefore as a first step,| Mever afraid to say what he thinks,
agreed, subject to Parliaments|i/ by expressing his opinion he
approval to make grants totalling| {eels that it is good for Barbados,
£50,000 to help in relieving im-| Yesterday Mr, Johnson told the
mediate distress, in meeting sup-{ Advocate his views on Commu-
plementary Government expendi-} nism and Socialism. These two}
ture, in re-building destroyed} philosophies he claims are partners |
stone and wooden houses and re-| in crime to kill the individual)
pairing damaged ones, and inj iniliative of man and to remove
rebuilding wattle and daub hous-| from any single mind the right to
es as temporary accommodation, | think and plan and work inde-
4 vendently.

Wattle and Daub Houses |* The strength and prosperity of
_, But His Majesty’s Government) america has been built on private
is convinced that an improvement onjerprise, and it is because tha
in the housing standards of} great country has seen how Europe
Antigua is long overdue, and,) }\a5 suffered and England is suffer
since rebuilding is now essential,| ing from “Isms”, that the Unite:
is prepared to make a contribu-

a

io. b 2 ‘ Our States is now determined to re-

of r ops i ~— a programMe|+.in freedom of industrial enter-
- slig saniasing Sake “i

of gradually replacing low stand \ prise for her people. Mr. John-

ard houses, The extent of this) con saiq that the success
help will be assessed as soon 8S|business stays a bett
possible after full details of the)j, 0. who

of every
r chance wher



those who direct have their

‘ ada ure ‘6 z oH
See ie aaa a oe own money at stake, and no indus-
Antigua “but in order t % elieve try or business owned and run by
iriieainie Svensson nal Gis la Government could possibly be}
tress His Majesty’s Gotanopanta as efficient when the heads realise

Ss s Ma ant’s ;

: : » +43 that losses will not come from
assistance ;
ri ance will be on condition) sin own pockets, but from the



that owners of destroyed wattle neat e) the
and daub houses accept immedi-| POC*CS OF Ene
ate grants to rebuild in wattle and| ?"°"
daub. Moreover, owners of wattle Communistic Policy
and daub houses who are selected “What could be more commu-!
for the replacement programme] nistic than the nationalization of
will be required to make as large} 4 successful industry” he asks. “A
ja contribution as they can in| man builds up a business by his
imoney or labour towards the cost blood, sweat and brain,—that
of improved housing.” business employs thousands of
£50,000 From Britain people,—provides necessary rev-
What this statement means is| enue and material for the coun-
that grants of £50,000 are to be try.—it becomes a leading indus-
try in the world adding prestige
\and reputation to the country in
which it is established, and what
happens—the Government comes

unfortunate tax-

@® Un page 8.

along and says that they must
have it and run it. What could
| be more communistic than that?
' The Communist Government of
| England (for that is certainly
}what it is says Mr. Johnson) is

about to ruin one of the few
j industries of which that
I ox untry can be justly proud, I am
| sure that an enemy would have
more fear facing a,tank built by ¢

,; now
remaining

, private firm than one made by é
Government firm, but then afte
all, is not this nationalizatior

lexecdy what Joe Stalin wants

! His war material is Government

|

i

made and hence it can’t meet ir
juality and workmanship the wal
material made by American pri-
vate enterprise. As far as our
little Island is concerned, I would
ask our politicians to look and see

what was the result of nation-
alization in Australia and New
when thirsty workers rushed to the nearby carts Zealand, Let us not make the

same mistakes, as the public pay
! in the end, not the politicians.




REALLY

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| DELIGHTFUL
| PRUNES
|| CREAM

TRY SOME

|, TO-DAY

) KNIGHT

Yesrs







about the city and country and|community some progress will be
buys them from grocers and small] made;

ST. JOHNS. aa 55 years old, she goes] improvements
|b keepers.

trade, but looked with suspicion Jagricultural

development if our
at a pen and note book and WuSjincreasing population is to be
chary of disclosing her name. kept from being unemployed or

she works now for quite a while
but does not confine herself to|the course of preparation of this
any
eight cents for a bag which is not that make a good Governor

and neatly,



tlement schemes. by improvement

For 20 years now she has beenjin methods of agriculture by
mending empty crocus bags.|spreading the knowledge of those
throughout the



7 yr "@’

FULL RANGE OF STYLES AND
+ ¥ as Pa

but some kind of manu- SIZES IN STOCK.
facturing enterprise, some con-
She seemed satisfied with lite,| siderable development of our nat-
is she told the Advocate yester-|ural attractions to the tourist trade
lay of what she called her bag must proceed side by side with

She has been working where} under-employed.
I found






myself speculating in

one place. She pays about

speech on what are the qualities
or
too badly torn, and four cents] petter still, a great Governor, It
for others is not merely good intentions.

When mended a bag brings her|phe road to a warmer place than
zixteen cents, : i the tropics, it is claimed, is

City firms which deal in pull paved with these. I do not think
verised lime or schooner agents that the Leeward Islands has in
who deal in coals, buy the bags
from her and other women of her
trade,

recent times had a governor whose
intentions were not consciously
“good”. It is chiefly a question
of emphasis and a sense of pro-
portion
No government which
claim to be “good” can fail to
At Standstill place the emphasis on measures
which benefit those in the com-
TRADE in pottery is almost;munity who most need Govern-
stagnant during the hurricane|ment’s help—better health, better
season, a group of itinerary sell- housing, better education, foster-
ers told the “Advocate” yesterday.|ing a spirit of co-operation, and
These were from Chalky| Most important constant improve-
Mount, St. Andrew, and had their | ment in the standards of the pub-
wares on their favourite spot by|lic service, without which none of
the Chamberlain Bridge for sale.|those things which precede this
Monkeys, flower pots, ashjare possible.
trays, vases, flower bowls, chil-}| Added to these should be a
dren’s toys, puzzling boxes, can-] spirit of “Justice and Fairplay for
dle sticks and various other arti-| all” to adopt the motto of one
cles comprised the fine collection, | of our local newspapers, These
One seller told the “Advocate”|consciously aimed at and applied
in the afternoon that she was on}|can make a Governor a good Gov-
the spot from early in the morn- | ernor. A great Governor needs
ing and had sold nothing for the |someth'ng of the flash of genius
day. in his application of all these to
it was only around festivals,jthe community over which he
especially Christmas, she said that]presides so that he catches the
one could expect good sales, imagination, the respect, the af-
Nevertheless, everyday _ these fection of those whom he is ap-
people come from their homes| pointed to serve. Our hope is that
hoping to do some business. , you, Sir, will prove to be a “Great
Governor.”

River Banks |,
Are Bushy |,

The banks of the Consvitutior
River are bushy now after the
continuous rains, On either side
of Constitution Road, the bush, is
about two feet tall in paris, but
the sandy soil looks cleaner than
usual,



Pottery Trade

can lay

INSIST ON

SILVER STAR



—_—_ om







Table Cloths, Towels and Face Cloths

Coloured Terry Toweling

$1.59



30ins. Per Yard





With the sun shining down on Face Cloths Ea. 1Be & Me.
the water yesterday the big mul- ,
lets kep’ near the muddy bed . is Z Se eee
of the river, kif vi COLOURED BATH TOWELS 33 x 66, Each .....6.5.6000 000 >
“Among the bush pumpkin vines :
run,” Some of them have blossoms 20 x 40. Each 00... ..ecseeeeeeeees $1.07
but no pumpkins yet. , eis
“here is still much rusty old 22 x 44. Each $1.36
é bile parts : ss
wa is 6 WR) oie 66
PLAID TABLE CLOTHS in Red, Blue and Green 52 x 52........--. $2.38

MOLASSES FOR
CANADA

The chartered Saguenay Ter-
minals Ltd., freighter Maria de
Larrinaga arrived from Trinidad
yesterday to take a cargo of
930 puncheons, 180 half-barrels
and 22 carions of molasses for
Montreal and Port Alfred, Can-
ada,

The ship is expected to leave
port on its Northbound voyage
tonight. Its local agents are
Messrs. Plantation Ltd. =_

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FOOD VALUES 8
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xeep FEET ow tein TOES!

HENRY | BY CARL ANDERSON

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Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
Loose Teeth mean that you have









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; , bad disease that will sooner or
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ON WITH THE EXECUTION OF THESE ~OKE, t'VE GOT AN may also cause Rheumatism and

see DON'T YOU?




Heart Trouble, Amosan stops gum
bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth
and quickly tightens the teeth. Iron
clad guarantee, Amosan must make

: VICIOLS TRAITORS
'FUN, \o Se s ORS!
hWOvUR sce
HIGHNESS....





HIGHNESS..



your mouth well and save your teeth
or money back on return of empty
pack <¢e. Get Amosan from your chem-

ist today. The
osa BQevarantec pro-
n

tects. you.

ForPyorrhea—Trench Mouth





YOUNGE,
NOURISHING Rely

MILK STOUT

oe

Loose Bloody Teeth








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APPLIED IF I CAN BREAK THE AIR J 1 - F i | ‘ split-second timing of modern table
n | i te Oy OY +3 peg! me an P tennis. Dunlop Flash sports shoes alone
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SAPRISTI! THAT SOUNDED}
LIKE A SPLASH! SWING
THE LIGHT OVEIR TO s

THE RIGHT, HURE !

RUBBISH. WAIT / LOOK/
-47'S A BODY / 4 ;

% MAKE YOUR

$ SELECTION FROM
(|$ OUR LATEST

* ARRIVALS AND
% AVOID

spot of extra speed which often means
A TEAR TRICKLES DOWN WHISPERS |
CHEEK AS CANNON VAN/ISHES UNDER | |
THE DARK WATERS « i
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faa aes, % DISAPPOINTMENT!!

JAMS:—
% Werte Strawberry (Bots.)
' ; lartiays Raspberry (Bots.)
WHITE FLASH: Oxiord. Black $ “KOO” Plum Jam.. (1 1 Tins)
: ‘Hard Court’ Soling. Dunlopillo % Golden olay fas PP
= ie oo Pree (2 1b Tins)
wn 8) Latex Foam insole, % AJ.C. Apricot .... (1% Ib Tins)

FRUIT:

OES BE LAE RID PRES LI ERT

Apples ........., (1402. Tins)
Rose Bartlett Pears (1 1b Tins)
“LX.L.” Clingston

PORCnes .......... (1% Tins)
“L.K.B." Yellow

Cling Peaches.... (1 1b Tins)
“Sakabula” Peaches (2% Tins)

“Sakabula”’
Mixed Fruit...... (2b Tins)
VEGETABLES:





HE'S NOT GOING

TO FISH-HES JUST

TAKIN! HIS THIRST |
ALONG! y

MAGGIE SAYS HE IS
ALL READY AN’ PACKED!
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Sweet Corn .. (1% Ib Tins)
BAHAMA Whole Tomatoes



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Chivers Beets.
Smedley's Mixed Vegetables.

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Dial 2236

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ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Cope, 190, King Peatuum Syndicate, toc, Work! rights reverved.



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EX RAYMOND



Bi YOU GOT MY
FEW RADICSRAM!

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Our List includes such Authors as:
A POLICE BOAT TIES
UP TO THE VULCA

IN Thiz BAY OF N

THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES

THE PHANTOMS 1 SAID~~SEND FOR) ~~ aR
GUNHANO MOVES THE KINGY, at Si
C/E LIGHTNING-«* ASe m ,

ERNEST HEMINGWAY : “Across the River and Into The Trees”



CHAPMAN PINCHER, B.Sc.: “Evolution”’—Reason Why Series
WINSTON S. CHURCHILL: “Europe Unite’—Speeches 1947-1948
P. G. WODEHOUSE: “Nothing Serious’—Bingo Little at his best
ALDOUS HUXLEY: “Themes and Variations

——

HAROLD J. LASKI: “Trade Unions in the New Society”

\S HERE TOSEE
ma HIM!

And here are three books that have been much talked of recently:

“IN FACE OF FEAR”—Michael Scott’s Challenge to South Africa
By Freda Troup

“SIX CRIMINAL WOMEN” by Elizabeth Jenkins



“BENITO MUSSOLINI”—Memoirs 1942-1943





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Harbour Log) In Touch With Barbados

PAGE SEVEN

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TELEPHONE 2508 The public are hereby warned against . that they tan noW Communicate with the ‘ BROADWA } DRESS SHOP
giving credit to my wife Miriam Brown In Csrlisle Bay following ships through their Barbados| For La Guaira 1K
‘ a nena (nee DURANT) as I do not hold myself Coast oe i ss F R s.| Death ee Foens. herearet Gib | , 7
responsible for her or anyone else con- Sch h ss. amhill, § ‘ort oval, &.8 eleastillo. ans act Margaret Gib-|
DIED FOR RENT tracting any debt or debts in my name sch aren, Bs Sch. ye Rs —. America, §.8. Stugard, SS. Maria} son, John Gosney, William Gosney, John | Pivwteeees iach sintedhat our. Oretmieks wilk-toe eee
unless by a written order signed by me. Sch. Mary E. Carolis Sch. W. Lj de . §.8. Arehimede, S.S. Wii.| Gosney, Gabriel Gosney. Trina Fiam-| — —
GOULBOURNE E. BROWNE, unicia, Sch. Phyllis a bas lemstag M. T. Gobes, 88. Fort Town- rich. Maria Flamerich Julio Fiamerich, | the 12th and 13th of this n Please arrange Your
Duneans . Davidson, Seh. Emeline, | ° . Vv. ir ascogne ustavo merich (Jnr), Gustavo Flam-; on ep 12 is ™m
St. Philip a, Sch. Lochinvar S., sa. +} 8-8. Hoeshrover, 5.5. Koll, 5.8. Sundale,|erich (Snr), Elena Flamerich, Joan | :
CARRINGTON — ALETHA JANE. Her = Ss. c i S.| Winter, Aideer Winter, Christopher ,
funeral will leave ‘her late residence, HOUSES 22.9.50—2n Whicaker, Sch. Emmaniel C. Gorden. $8. African, Planet. $8. (Tiberius, $.8.| Winter, Aiden Winter. | C — Shopping Accordingly.
e Garden, St. James, this afternoon 7 . . ea ‘| 8.8. Mooncrest, S.S. Wileord, SS. Hid-| For Dominica:
sre mega Cemetery: Friend svomber i, st “RIARES: swe | ving erat ge. ie ob, tga Vanshctnar NY“ ™ | baton Se Bama, 88 tany Rodney | Yoo Garey, Chari tayo. Je aioe
” ; 5, \ Henry (nee CAMPBELL) as I do not ‘ 8. . 8. yano, §.5 a rv , Cloudagh owsmith
Allen Carringtun, Lottice Roett, Michael| Collymore Rock. Phone 472. H. Biair hold o Beduen, 8.5. Orsolina, 8.S. Ranger, S.S.} Edwin Arrowsmith .
‘i ‘ o myself responsible for her or any- ARRIVALS . 4 Combed See mite 4 79% a, , i
Symmonds. Bunniaie . a. neg one else contracting any debt or debts Betton 3.5. Abraham Ponects 3s Mosetes * plisabeth Abbott’ : ee 4 BROADWAY aR ts “ t2ib5 Be
LARGE HOUSE & APARTMENT—On in = name unless by a written order M.V. Caribbee, 300 tons net, Capt. Polycastie, SS. Captain John. — For St. Lucia: i? mi (
A Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished. | "4 BY me ckcE HENRY Ors Wihemated hes tons’ net, Capt “Yvonne. Clauzel sre SRS SSS SEES
pag toh na are Het | Phone 8357 $:9.50—t.f.n. ~~ Chalky Mount Lokiman, from Trinidad MAIL NOTICE *Susen Tittehell Cherles K
‘uneral wi eave he’ ence | ‘ . 2 2 > 4 a . mil, eles um . ° - 2 " " Ke
Whitepark Road, this afternoon at 44/ vo1aA CELESTA—Sth ccs Belle- = nee Gant teal ba Brush pas =f Majis for Dominica, Antigua, Montser- | CCSTSS9S99SSSS9S9 IRE POLE OC CE PLE LEIT EOS ¢
foe ee etry Ceeere ay {Mille Phone an. siaiillenise etlioees aie S.S. Maria de Larrinaga, 4,449 tons net. rat, Nevis, St. Kitts by the MV. Carib-| 999¢6000¢o0e.0000000000¢ | 8 2
Roy ( ° eet: ada’ Ginter) ee 21.9,50-—3n The public are hereby warned against | Capt. Leather Barrow, from Trinidad. pee > om at the General Post Ss FOR SALE S
a {nee VAD ont te tie en DEPARTURES Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 2 * : >
responsible for her or anyone Gus one S.S. Willemstad, 2.855 tons net, Capt oh pudinary Moll ot 2.39 p.m, on the > The foll ‘ English Thoroughbred Race Horses »
a SALE PUBLIC SALES tracting any debt or debts in my name} Lokman, for Madeira, 22nd September, ‘ S ne following English lhoroug “ c orses >
FO unless by a written order signed by me) tinge tiie esecineieilir ean > - = : s
Signed COLIN ROACH, ie ana eear - aee * landed in Barbados x
Sindee eassaa anh Kensington New Ra. TICES * >
9. 50—2n a : *
AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION . x GLAD EYES — LICHGATE — ENTRANCING x
——— mt The public are hereby warned against with Mentholated pre-war grade |‘ $
GAR (1) son Dodge Cat—in srcd | ving credit to my wife Eileen Fields a pre-war grad PS Each £650 %
condition. Apply Cosmopolitan Garage.| | wi) (nee BARNETT) as I do not hold myself THERLANDS . ‘ a .
Magazine Lane. Phone 3915. “a sn | at sae office Viet a scethie cee poceatatble for her or anyone else con- ROYAL NE = (#2 Pint Quality) 1X %
9.50—5n} of land with! 2 acting any t or debts in my name is 4
- ——-—-) standing 4 ing Bouse unless by a written order signed by me STEAMSHIP co. i a 1% BALLY MISTIC — GRI \T EASTERN Each £600 %
CAR-—Hillman 10 b.p. 1939 model in| ing, dining, 3 ‘out opices, Signed LUTHER FIELDS SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The N.V. “Caribbee” will | sued working order $000,00 or nearest enclosed with Gt At c - Da Costs. Land, ROTTERDAM AND ANTWERY }s} Apply O. P. BENNETT, Sou:hern Dairy - Cross - Trinidad
offer, Telephone 4137,___#2.9.50-~1n. | ton Road. Belmont Distriet, For ingpec- eS Ro | $8. “Hersilia” Sept. 29th: 30th. Oct, accept Cargo and Passengers Is : x
CAR—Hillman 10 h.p, in good condi- Archer his ie bo a R. 3rd. : | % AMS LGC O SSCP STEP AMOS SELL
tion Apply H. S. Eastmond C/p Castors, Street ; + Dial. we es SAILING YROM AMSTERDAM for Dominica, Antigua, Mont- j ie i OA =
5 22.9.50— -9,50—4n, & ’ . SSS SS SSS
ea tis Et f Ne WANTED m.s. “Bonaire” September 15th. ; i This grade is especially effective
Ph. gay ARMSTRONG ae \ SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts. against FEVER and_ Feverish
ater Sedan, x inspection, ERA “onditi ‘
particulars and price appky to Messrs. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER HELP iio ae aoe: Sailing Friday 22nd Conditions, :
ee ee re eel er al tne s.s. “Bonaire” Oct. ard ean 24e. a Bottle at You \ BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
eet. , —_——- : . : 4 . SALE
Cees Oe | Insutenes Go-¢ Tw) Olt dh Bridw,| _A GIRL to do Book Work. App in| SAILING fO MADEIRA. PLYMOUTE, oe © vou DRAIER 4 ay 4
21.9.50—6n ’ B.W.L, Schooner Owners t
Sept. ea 1 p.m. at the Courtécy | Person writing. Watkins & Co., ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM $O9960005000666060660060 |
ete Garage, ite Park, One (1) Roebuck Street. 20.9.50—4n.| m.s. “Willemstad” Sept. 19th, Asso. (Inc). : PHS |
CAR 1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine | yogel iailiman Saloon’ Car “te > m.s, “OQfanjestad” Oct. 17th Tel. No. 4047 oo
. imaged) . se ° * » ws *, i, 4 ;
gigs cade ely dk Bi Also One. (1) 1988 Model’ Morris Co: 1a QOK—Assistant Cook wanted for) (Limited passenger ‘accommodation OOPS SSF OO F9 SO SOGO TGF TG 4 1 7
Apply J, H. N. Jemmott, Good Intent, erms Cash. ee usenold. perience and good available on this vessel). s »
: VINCENT GRIFFITH. references required. Apply P. O. Box r ae . Y ~ r . .
St. George 20.9.50—4n. Sriinmic. 4 ce Abe ta. eben we. MUSSON, SON & CO. UTD. * N E Ww y
DODGE CAR—M-161. Offers in writing 50. U.aDO 5s Cae an ar nt s ~
OR CLERK f . y ‘
3 bec Secretary, Barbados by more ° and Hardware at Six Stiens, "St. Peter | e e e }s Lovely Floor Mats, Slippers, >|
ee 50—6n. Apply in writing and in person. dia N t ] St h > >
ames rare area a pecrecteat REAL ESTATE RUG G: CHALLENOR, LTD, | a n Wwationa CAMISHDIPS |Â¥ itanadags, ana table mats, 3)
ing order. Offers in writing to the Secre- aerial AS Tneerwa. ‘ x Sj 2 1g
tary, Barbados Telephone Co., Lid. The undersigned will be set up for sale | ——____ 1 a a te SONOS mowtent Melitax esa Garbedce Mactates |% ete. also Fresh Fruit =
16.9.50—6n. ideeiowe ae pa * Bien a as SR VANE henley at Hindu Store Swan LADY On 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept, 25 Sept. 28 Sept x ¥|
getown, Friday, the 22nd day o: reet. 21.9.50—2n NELS: z oa o pt. pt. pt. i D' ¥ ’
ELECTRICAL September 1950 at 2 p.m. the Sugar Works >| CANADIAN CHALLENGER | i Sept. 30 Sept.) 40 Oct. 10 Oe. | DOMINICA |
ioe LADY RODNEY .._.. . 18 Oet. 16 Oct. . t. 88 Oct. . ‘ —_—_—_—_
DEEP FREEZER—For sale or rent on|cCANE VALE and MAXWELLS, Christ MISCELLANEOUS CANADIAN CRUISER | 23 Oct. 97 Oct. my NO: Nov. |S ANDOCIRABESCo. >
@ monthly basis one Marquette Deep jon ied aad together by estima- INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English, LADY NELSON .. se 1 Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. % . A 0. »
Freezer Dial 4683 or 2328. aS | ACREAGE in Plant Canes — 34%] University Graduate. School Certificate X Bridge & Trafal Streets. x
ae 9.50—S0 | Acres. and Commercial. | Proof-Reading, Typing x . TRERRERE DETORW. <5 | As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
REFRIGERATOR—One (1) Super-fex sce in Ratoons — 2% Acres. | 2nd. Stencilling efficiently and quickly) NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives | Yo es¢4s0s¢4.¢0.6.0,6.64.6.0.6.4, 6.6, 6.6.60 our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Cotayany has in
= pee See s03 condi A 7 in eparation — 33% MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538. Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal St. John consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of
Soe: iannesini Cella. Spey eee phere, will also be sold with the said 19.9.50.—16n.| LaDy NELSON .. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct, 94 Ort. ee ere and, ae to the reduction of standby Plant now
s ; 7 mn ms One Dodge Motor : LADY RODNEY .. # Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. = ~ 21 Nov. )) available as , me B
Phone 91-30. 17.9.50—t.£.n, Milch Cows, 1 Mule and ec: Same Netaeer aaeee, ae ees See = erie meee RE AL ESTATE i tatereme en a — ak b.. a necessary to shed load at
RADIO—One (1) Stewart Warner| For further particulars und conditions EDU ATIONAL |
ae can be seen any time. nee = of sale apply to the undersigned:— ‘ —_ Oar 6 S
2328. 9.50—Sn, COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. ——~| .1N.B,—Subject to change without notice. Ai] vessels fitted with coid storage cham ur Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
WASHING MACHINF -One (1) Cana- 8.9.50,—13n NOTICE bers. Passenger Fares and freight ‘tes on a to :— enone Seon ae use of Electricity, particularly during
dian Easy Spindrier with Automatic |" PNTERPRISE HOUSE ‘ ' e Peak per’ een 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notive.
Spin-rinser, this Machine is new. Apply Hi and outbuildings OWING to repairs at present being GARDINER AUSTIN & Bw. LTD. — Agents.
Pp * standing on 1% acres of in Christ .
W. B. Hutchinson & Co, Dial 4484. Church, and effected to the Christ Church Boys’} —
17.9.50—t.{.n. | “DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7} Foundation School, next term will begin SOS SPO COOF D> e ) Vv. SMITH,
Ech ant aa eae, CME | the Wh oF September et CT MANY PEOPLE x General Manager.
urch, and adjoining the abovemen- . ‘,
Seen Une Bree ron to new pulls wil be, admitted ge hoes ae IRE SI BEA fn tps, ae
4 z ¢ abovementioned properties will b : : » Ss DOr
FURNITURE--Dining table, ham set up for sale by Public Auction at Secty., Gov. Body, Boys’ Foundation “Unbreakable Pots’’ N i ay /
table, and other Se ane ween | our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge- School, Ch. Ch. %| i
4 and 6 p.m. “Leoner", Wor' "89 50—2n | WR, On Friday 29th September, 1950 (old iron meter cases) . Tr 1 x }
8. ate p pe it Transplanting their > A.F.S,, F.LV.A, L
mspection on application to Mrs.
LIVESTOCK Lueas on the ry Sa Wiss LOST & FOUND Anthurium Lilies ; x Formerly Dixon & Bladon
isin land dei peacehdicaeddteansnaniedii One young stud HORSE broken to Solicitors. N’'T x FOR
eh ZoUNe uk. GORGE broken (te a6 00 ga. Get a few before LIKE THESE CA OR SALE









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rune "” Prices 1/3, 2/6 and 4s. each. Golf Club) One of the better type
SON; “CLARENDON DAIRY FARM" |) ciq Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft. land, 2 Bed- inne — . " modern homes in a select locality,
Black Rock, St. Michael, 17.9.50—3n ' yooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette.| ONE pair of Turtle Shell Glasses in Pitch pine Chest-of-Drawers or well planned and constructed by
—— +--+ —, Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower| Cose between Public Treasury,. Public Linen Press, Family size, Trays & & a firm of repute. Large lounge,
MULE, CART & HARNESS in good) & water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-| Buildings and (Broad Street Lower) WANTED Drawers—12 » dining room, kitehen, % bedrooms q _ 4
conditicn. Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two trees; large space for Poultry. Price} Case marked .P. B. O'neal Finder return | sf . >! (with basins and fitted wardrobes)
Mile Hill, St. Michael. £1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-{ to W. St. C. Browne, C/o Customs. | oe ae ve Copinet, 3) tiled bathroont, double garage, / ; am
ete AR ly) ee mont Road, 22.9, 50—12n 19.9.50—2n We require the following per- et x wandene A eed Curent akin
PUPPIES—Male Bull Terrier Puppies | —_ i be Tek sonnel for our office:— | |Cage for big Bird, Parrot or x | and plants, This desirable prop- bl
6 weeks old. $4.00 euch. Apply “Somer- f MALE CLERK: with previous | ¢$ Dove, $1.50. Pe | erty is open to offers " > Yr x 1
set”, Upper Belmont Rd. Pereson Se eery Book- ist aatinlane Ki i A x N OVE L | t ES
24.9, 50—2n seeping experience. ashstand, worth more than, ‘ ‘as ' abate
. CHANCERY SALE STENO-TYPIST: fully : qualified iY Large Washstand, Crabwood “on % aie ae aga an me, Monat
with previous experience. | Castors, Cupboard & Drawers rall « 5 re a
MECHANICAL orn we ain FEMALE CLERK: with previous } cet ee eee Trunks, $2.60 aS, anitie’ a laneran. OR aborone.
The _undermentioned jon Office, Book-keeping experience. do-Cart, $7—Prams, $13 up—Up- mately 14,000 are feet. This Swi ;
BICYOLMS—All a ‘special low cash| public Buildings. Bridgeinwae between we tear and Amen dae teats cack tie Salaries for the above positions }})/§ holstered Antique Chair, on Cas- well built property. containing: @ WE will be opening up Production
prices — Dial 4391 Courtesy Garage. date specified below. Kf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday will depend on qualifications and |% tors, $9.50—SINGIR Hand, Treadie ¥ front gallery, large lounge, separ in the h of Oc
22,9.50-—3n | at the same place and during the same hours until seld. Full particulars on appti- experience. No person will be |X and Powerful Bootmaking Sewing x ete dining room, 3 large bedrooms, in the month of October,
width hci ent ee, Seok Ceatvenions bintee quired qualifications, opilcents ¢ x kitchen, Good courtyard at rear
3 ve ‘ t iy i er th writ y —_—_— %, } fi ; " , s o
Riso wi a i. Pan, a ie Tower ie fo apply Ab paren, with written x % Good opportunity to acquire a APPLICATIONS will be accepted
ine mp and large tank. ing 4038. s W %, 5 :
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St TRAD Go. Lap . s & S. | N x “FLORES” Kent, Christ Chureh for a number of outstanding
Michael. 20,9, 50—3n square ECKSTEIN BROS,” me: Fe iiea a A very attractive and nicely
iliac eh rcdiaesiame ili athe Sake, t a * afalgar Stree’ a i ace 2 sdroomes 7
SAA-Eunwe large lead Aue. OS Seema meiupene and on the fourth side on the public oad called Bay Street, BAY die ee ‘SS x ween tema oobét, uations RETAILERS
Goast Tel ae” AOR es | DATE OF SALE: 6th ‘October, 1950. ee CNAME OVVOROE ODED servant's room and garage, Con:
i Z : ao , ning rea awd sieuey PLPPP POE PPPPS PPP PEP PEEP O PLP O AKT pag ann ab a ae eeaanarn arr i
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High St. Phone 4517 22.9.50-—6n PAREN .DOS, néxaeee This ver’ pleasant fury ned. bun
$$$ PURS' of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all galow is right on the beach and ; sti .
TROLLEY HYDRAULIC JACKS—1%, | Persons having or claiming any estate, right of interest or any lien or ineum- The Governor and Mrs, Savage possesses telephone and excellent Apply in writing to:
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Pilgrim and on the public road called Spooners Hill or however else
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PAGE EIGHT

Snappers
Bonitas 3—0O

IN the two Water: Polo games
played at the Barbados Aquatic
Club yesterday afternoon, Snap-

pers defeated Bonitas 3—0, and
Swordtish swamped Police 8—0.

For Snappers
Kenneth
scored 2 and
Delbert. Bannis-
ter 1. while for

Swordfish,
Geoffrey
sent in 4, Nestor
Portillo 3 and
' Maurice Ejitz-
gerald 1.

Ince

Foster



3 als Following are
G, FOSTER

‘he games:
BONITAS 0—SNAPPERS 3
Bonitas with iwo yvungsters,

Taylor and Feldman in their line
up, played a stubborn defensive
game for the first half, It was
only just before the interval that
Bannister, Snappers’ left wing got
through their defence and scored
the first goal for his team.

Snappers opened the attack after
the interval and Bannister only
had the goal-keeper, Maurice
Foster to overcome, but the latter
saved well

This was Bonitas’ first encoun-
ter with Snappers without their
main defender Harold Bynoe who
and used to

is now in England,

mark Snappers’ sharp shooting

Bannister very effectively,
Bannister again made two at-

tempts at scoring, but these were
well saved by goalkeeper Maurice
Foster who twice conceded corners
before Kenneth Ince, Sn-ppers’
centre forward scored from close
range to make the score two love.

Bonitas now went on the offen-
sive and Grace and Taylor both
took shots, but without result.

Snappers then took over and
Ince after receiving a pass from
Billy Manning, made no mistake
in-sending the ball to the right
hand corner of the net to make
the score three love

SWORDFISH 8—POLICE 0

Ulhess took a heavy toll in the
match between Police and Sword-
fish, each team entering the water
with five players instead of the
usual seven.

Swordfish showed their suprem-
acy from the start and it was not
long before Geoffrey Foster in the
Swordfish forward line had his
team two up with well placed
shots which beat goalkeeper oa



ris.

Nestor Portillo (Swordfish)
then came into the picture by
putting his team three ahead with
a very good shot. Just before half
time, Foster again scored to make
the score four love.

In the second half, Swordfish
continued their goal getting spree.
Geoffrey Foster from close in, had
what seemed a certain. goal, but
the Police goalkeeper, Harris, an-
tucipating well, conceded a corner,
This was taken by Foster who
passed to Fitzgerald, the latter
swimming right into the goal area
and scoring after a short tussle
with the goalkeeper.

Swordfish kept on the offensive
and Portillo scored the sixth which
was followed soon after by _num-
ber seven when Geoffrey Foster
again overcame the goalkeeper
with another good shot.

Swordfish again attacked and
Portillo sent in the eighth and
final goal.

Police made a last minute at-
tempt te score when both Rich-
ards and Alleyne took shots at the
goal but their efforts were quite
in vain.

The teams were as follows: —
Snappers: G. McClean, K. Ince.
F, Manning, C. McClean, D. Ban-

nister, A. Taylor, and B. Man-
ning.
Bonitas: M. Foster, I. Inniss,

O. Johnson, B. Patterson, J. Grace,
R. Feldman and A. Taylor.

Swordfish: A Weatherhead
(Capt,), G, Foster, M. Fitzgerald,
H. Jones and N. Portillo.

Police: McD. Richards (Capt.).
E. Harris, Z. Williams, R. Alleyne,
W. Phillips.

The Referee Mr
Clarke.

was

£20,000 To Play
Football In U.K.

LONDON, Sept. 21.
Billy Steel the Derby Counvy
and Scotland inside forward was
to-night transferred to Dundee for
a record fee paid by a Scottish
Club to an English Club, The fee
was in the region of £20,000

Previous highest was £10,000 paid !

by Celvic to Blackburn Rovers for
Jock Weir.
—Reuter.




E PLAYERS KICK IF

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OVERLOOK A PEBBLE

ON THE GRASS «+++

en
BEVERAG

THEN BETWEEN
INNINGS === +

THEY LEAVE

THEIR GLOVES

WHERE

SOMEBODY

CAN BREAK A 5
LEG ON EM»



Archie |

They'll Do It Every Time



Beat |Match To Welcome

W.I. Team

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, J’ca. Sept. 19

The Janiaica «Cricket
Control is planning a match i:
welcome of the Jamaican members

of the West Indies team who will
be returning shortly Alfred
Valentine leaves Britain in the
“Ariguani” on September 23 ar
Johngon on October 7.

The. Board is arranging the

match for the day if the Governor
decrees a holiday in
W.I. Test victories.

A civic reception will take place. |
It is hoped that Headley, Rickard 7
returning to}

and Holt, who are
the Island shortly will be availa-
ble for this match.



W.. Will Try
For Davis Cup

‘From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Sept. 20
The West Indies will make their
f'rst challenge for the Davis Cup
rext year it was announced on
Wednesday. The Wesy Indies
Lawn Tennis Association said that
it had made an application to
Australia, holders of the Trophy
to compete in the North American
Zone in ‘he 1951 competi‘ion.
Canada, Cuba, Mexico and the
United States are the other coun—
tries in the North American Zone,
—C.P.

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Football Head
Says Thanks

FROM VERNON MORGAN

LONDON, Sept, 21

“IT cannot remember having
scen a better side’ was the state-
nent made by Arthur Drewry,
Chairman of vhe British Inter-
national Election Committee about
the Brazilian Football team which
took part in the World Cup games.
Mr. Drewry in his report on
the World Cup Tournament pub-
lished today for the first time, not

cnly gives high praise to the
Brazilians but also to South
American football and to the

crowds for their behaviour,

He speaks of the English fail-

ure and the reasons for the
success of the Brazilians.
Thanks are expressed to the

Brazilian Footba!l Association and
its gratitude too to the Chairman
aud Directors of the Bogota Foot—
bail Club” fer offering their
facilivies and ground staff for
training, and tor the Directors
ef the British owned Saint Pohn
Del Rey Company who entertained
the teams.

No serious incident was seen
in the field of play. This is’a
tribute to the teams taking part
and also to the ability of maten
cfficials who had been thoroughly
briefed at conferences planned by
ihe Referees Committee, a prac-
tice which should be continued.

euter,



Williams New
Speedway King

LONDON, Sept. 21.
Fred Williams of England and
Wembley to-night won the 1950
World Speedway Championship at
Wembley with 14 poins ont of a
possible 15 points. Wally Green
of Westham finished second witn
Lis points and Graham Warren, an
Australian who rides for Birming-
ham was third with twelve-points,

—Reuter,



B.G. HOCKEY TEAM
IN TRINIDAD

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORTY-OF-SPAIN,
The British Guiana Ladies’
Hockey veam (15 players) arrived
in Trinidad on Saturday for their
annual Intercolonial Hockey
Tournament against Trinidad,

Football Results

LONDON, dept, 21.

| Third Division: Southern: New-
port County 2, Northampton Town
2. Other matches: Brighton and
Hove 5, Galata Sarry Club (Tur-
key) 2.—Reuter.





SUB REPORT

LONDON, Sept. 21
The Admiralty is investigating
suspected sabotage on the British
submarine Sirdar which is refitting
at Chatham, England. It was
learned on Thursday that a
report on a damaged valve was



sent by the submarine’s com-
| manding officer to the Admiralty
—(CP)

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SIR ALLAN COLLYMORE, Chief Justice, chats

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



FRIENDLY CHAT

(ee



with Miss Betty Arne, Secial Welfare Officer,

at the Speightstown Boys’ Club shortly after it was opened by Sir Allan yesterday evening.

Club Opened

@ From page 1

but all of us are not fortuna‘e
enough to ha'e good homes and
parents that can provide for ail}
our needs, Iv is to these boys
who, through no fault of the’,
own, find themselves uncared for
with nothing to do that we want
to cater

How do the Police come tniv
all this? It is our duty to prevent
crime and preserve law and order,
To our way of thinking it is far
better to do something thav will
prevent a boy from taking ww a
career of crime than waiting for

|W. Miller, Vestryman of St

Second Boys’ | TRINIDAD ELECTIONS

Sunday School aspect in
address systems which are

day.

Mr, Miller, his brother Mr, T.
Mi-
chael and Mr. J. M. Hewitt of
the “Recorder’” have just return-
ed from Trinidad where they weni
to study at first hand, the ma-
chinery for the election based on
adult suffrage.



him to commit an offence, arrest
fing him and having him sen) to
prison,

When we look back into he
background of a broken life and
discover that vhe first conflict with
the law occurred at the ages of
9 or 12 or 14, you would say that
this was the time that something
had started to go wrong. Fre-
quentiy we find vhat the conflict
resulied from the simple matter

of misdirected play or lack of
play facilities, This Club hopes
to provide for boys who want

help and guidance at the turning
point age’ of vheir life.

The responsibility of doing
something for these boys is not
only the Committee of the Bar-
bados Boys’ Clubs but it is one for |
the entire communi’y, Happs |}
and busy children make good men |
and women,

To those who have offered
their services and given dona-—j
tions, we say thank you, To

those who have net, we look for-
ward to support financially or
personally.

Sir Allan invited support for
the Clubs so Yhat they would not
rhare the fate of so many other
splendid ventures in Barbados,—
a fine start and then oblivion,

Mr. F, L. Walcott, M.C.P. wel
comed the Club in the parish, and
lauded Col Michelin for his
enthusiasm.

Those presenv included _ the
Welfare Officer, Miss Beity Arne,
the Probation Officer, Mr, H
Walcott, His Honour Mr, K. N. R



Husbands, Sir Rupert Briercliffe
ter.. -C E Shepherd, Majer
Saunders, Rev. C, C. Coniiff>
Rev. A. J. Hatch and Mr. |. B.
Waithe,

Marshall Will
Attend Talks

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.

George Marshall the American
Secretary of Defence. announced
today that he would go to New
York tomorrow to confer with
British and French Defence Min-
isters,

Marshall who was sworn in
today as successor to Louis John-
son declined to say if he would
take with him a plan for rearma-
ment of Germany.



(Reuter)

‘\e
Final Attack
@ From Page 1
attack from the south along the
north bank of the Han

In the south today, British troops
are expected to be joined soon
by an Australian battalion wh«
crossed the Han river in assault
boats to join the established Unit-
ed Nations on the west bank with-
out loss.

They linked up with the 24tl
American Division to which they
are attached on the road 4 miles
northwest of Taegu

—Reuter.

By Jimmy Hatlo |



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OF CONFETTI! \ SPIKEsT'LL \

A BALL COULP TAKE A ) GET OUT THE |
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MAN’ BRAIN A GUYs::

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CLEANER.

ms Mase’ ‘J
we eS ot Ce

He said that the facilites for
voting were such that they dd
not realise there was an election
in Port of Spain. They had to go
to the country districts like Arima
and Tunapuna to discover any-
thing approaching an electiqn as
known to Barbadians.

They were disapponted at the
results of the e'ections and many
facts were observed whith they
did not think were good for a
federal set up, like the use. of
symbols to assist the illiterate in
voting for a candidate,

Norman Tang, the successful
candidate for South Trinidad was
represented by a clock, McAll's-
ter, a candidate for San Juan was
represented by a head and Ma-
thura, another candidate by. an
arrow .

He said that the colony was
stifled by the Crown Colony sys-
tem and the people were not as

®



TT

WERE QUIET, ORDERLY

THE ELECTIONS in Trinidad to a Barbadian had a

that the election law forbade

politically advancea as those ir
| Barbados,

The election was a democratic
one, although in some of the
areas, there were strong racial

feelings and he believed the In-

attack for dominat on of the Leg-
islative Council.

Butler's election was a tribute
to his pioneering work, but it was
jleft to be seen how he would
apply himself to the problems of
the future.

Although Tang, the successful
candidate for South Port of Spain
showed much promise, it was la-
mentable that Dr, Solomon and
he, had to fight in the same con-
stituency, resulting in the loss of

one





A. F. L. CHIEF 27 TIMES

HOUSTON, Texas. Sept 21
William Green 77, former coal
miner, was elected today for his
27th consecutive term as President
ci the American Federation of
Labour.
—Reuter.



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From Page 5
made by the British Government
to help us in immediate recon-
struction work; to help the Gov-
restore essential
services; and to help those without
the necessary means to restore
damaged houses. Thes¢
with the generous gifts!
understand, bes
from other Caribbee:
from the British Red

Cross Society, from our America’!

friends,
should enable us to



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( a feature of the Barbados elec-! many
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Government is not only important
for our immediate needs. It i
also of profound significance tat
the future of Antigua and tne}
other stricken islands, for
statement shows that we are tc
have an: opportunity of carrying
out an extensive programme.
There is not sufficient informatien
in London at present to enable
them to determine how mucn
money will be needed for a long
term housing progrimme, not
how much assistance can be pro-
vided by the hard pressed British
taxpayer. The next step rests
with us and it is up to us to go
into the whole question and to
draw up a plan.

Must Work Hard

But we have somethingpelse to
do as well—and that is to show by
hard work that we are doing our
best to solve our own immediate
problems. We must never let it
be said that the people of the
Leeward Islands are just sitting
back waiting for others to help
am glad to hear that
people have already done
much work in repairing their
houses and in providing them-
selves with new houses of a simple
kind. We now have the under-
taking of the British Government
that we are to start, with their
help, to do away with these low
standard houses; but this will take
time, and I hope that all who
ve lost wattle and daub houses


































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paign, we must get our immediate
problems out of the way —- an
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tion is the most pressing of these
problems. It is now up to us to
do our bit.



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FRIDAY *EPTRMBER M. 1W BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE m* Fishing Boats Rotting On The Reef MVOHX '-piitKi; Ml ABOI T i; Inn boat to 22 fivt Ions huuled up i n lh< Ricf around some without An owner of one of their bo.itsaid yes-.erday that hihogs I -mailer one. | of them have been lying j IDT about one year rotting Brag ft) pieces. ( the UWIMI complain equipment to make their Loals seaworthy is too expensive can't nfford to carry out repairs I n IN•• General Hospital on A .im! dk a, n S I BY V\KI> Of I". %  Tx nil 1 was placed on a bond hH 'iii'-months by Mr. McLeod for throwing stones on Government Mill an S 11, Fight The Heat With Mauby One of the host Hunks it man is maubv, Florence Jones of Bay U lUehaol She told th hal %  the drink was onlv oi people i the eonidrmk it is especially when the Bpplng line's energy. The bark which Dal i the islands >t St. Lucia. Dominica and St. Vincent and resembles spice. It ii not difficult to make n.aub/. First the bark in put into a dry' %  aucapan tree from grease, tor jcreaae will prevent that foam' which bubbloi at tho top m>m t. i in. I is then put into water iind boiled ior about two hours. All the Dlttan are thus extracted irom it l When the boiling is finished th? i TUI i itraload - Community Hall which would also serve as a pavilion, put up an ••mluMiiii prepare tyie grounds, and install water. After a suggestion by Mr. UrayIOB, the Vestry dot Idea much .vail in Hie building of the oavihon as possible. Mr. Chan said that wall would inBtronfer and mot> acooomJ at The site choaan would MI mi ras dartncti st David's, Sar(eantV Village. Upper Clapham. Uppei BrlRon's Hill. Vauxhall and Worthing View Hurricane Gives Boost To Housing In Antigua New Governor Says "Help Yourself" (From Our Own ( orrv-.p.indei.l) ST. J< MR K. W. BLACKBURNt. CM •... il ni tinLeeward Islands, said .'i hli "Swearing In ccn mony on September liith tharl an extensive houainfl pi grammt Il to M carried on in Antigua. Since rebuilding is now eewntial His Majeety'i Oovvrnmem u> prepared lu make u cuntribulion to tbd COal <>i u programme of gradually replacing low standard bouses bin tic said: "His Majesty's Government What's on Today Court of Ordinary at 11 a in. Mobile Cinema. St. Catherine's School Paature. St. Philip at 730 p.m. Police Band Concert at Silver Sands at M p m other communities if part ot our energies u spent in seeking to perpetuate theae differences There is room for 111 111 to serve the community. Indeed we must all trv and serve the con.nu.nit. U are ""• lo progress aecurding U> our hopes Our task in the West Indies, we are aware. Is as in the rest of lii<*orld, renden this second half of the *Hh eentur> is the historical p* nod in which the decision has l' be made as to whether vrhal v %  know a* democracy is to tnGRANTED I.KAVK Mr. J. L, Cheltenham, Christ Church parochial assessor, was granted three months' sick leave by the Christ Church Vestry, as from August 1. A TRIBUTE The Christ Church Vestry paid tribute to the late Mr. C. L. Elder. Mr. A M. Jones brought up th*> motion for the tribute being recorded and told the Vestry o( Mr. Elder's services to the Parish and to Barbados The motion wa> %  aconded by Mr Brandfotd recognises that the inhabitants of Antigua cannot fully repair the -mage done by the pscent burvii with the generout help which has been raanlaatloo lodrrtduah tore ai d nd by other Caribbean I ; %  .., -I %  %  nent hits, therefore as a %  greed ubjecl t.< parliaments approval to make granti loCalUni tSO.OOli tu help in nlievin 1mmedJate dlslress. In meeting nlomentar] Qovernmenl UATO, in n*-liuildinu destroyed %  tone and %  fooden how pairing ilamaged ones, and In rebuilding wattle and daub hnns01 ai t'-m|Kirary accommixlalii Wulilr and Daub Houses But His Majesty's Government is convinced that an improvement ir. the housing standards of Antigua is long overdue, and, since rebuilding II now %  ii prepared to make a contribution to the cost of a pi of gradually replacing low .Laniard houses. The extent of this help will be assessed as soon as possible after full details of tindamage arc known and plans hat rebu il d in g have been Biade in Ai.tlgua. but in order u> relieve immediate overcrowdiitg and distreai EUl Majesty's Government'.* assistance will be on condition that owners of destroyed wattle and daub houses accept immediate grants to rebuild in wattle and daub. Moreover, owners of wattlo and dnub houses who are selected for the replacement programme will be required to make as large a contribution as they can in money or labour toward! ihe eost of Improved housing." fiSO.OOfl From Britain What this %  tttamenl menns ii that grants of £50.000 ;.uhi ; What Is The Difference ? AithiniK'i tukniM no active part Mi (J. II Ji novel afraid to K • tot be thinks, II bi %  -, %  pinion he % %  Yoeterdaj .\b Johnson toUi tiidveaaaa n %  Communism .ma Bocialism rhese i* .i pai tn< a. a mi*I" i% %  %  Ingla Rilnd I i I ..,1, Unl V %  psndently. %  iiigth and Ut'OSperlt) nas be'ii built on privab %  '-I and It I bet iuio tha itry baa leen how Buropi r inn fron* "Isms", thai the Unite* -. %  im <>( industrial enter* Mi Mr John* of cver> %  IIL i •-t.i\ > .i he; 1 : i ...i,. %  • whei [Vi iheli own nsonag no Indus%  ,!> %  or i'u-iiirs-. [rwned end run by a Government could i> as eflli'lent when Ihe head realhM that losscwill nol COme from their on pocket:-, of thunfortui b but MENDS BAGS AND IS HAPPY Have you ever met as] expert crocus bag mender? In case you are interested there is one — j women — who sits on a small bench under a shady tree mi ti." triangular piece of land near tho Hlgnwayl & Transport Department at the lower end of River Head. There she piles her long needle on one after the olhor it' lbs many bags which are %  ays spread about her. She does net hurry, but she works quickly and neatly. for 20 years now she has been mending empty crocus bags About 33 years old. she go* 1 about the city and country' and buys them from grocers and small %  hop keepers She seemed sallsHed with lite, she told the Advocate yaatar y of what she called her bag :ule. but looked with suspicion n pen and note book and w niv of disclosing her name. Bba has been working where si e works now for quite a while but does nut conllne herself to ne place She pays about its for a bag which Is not badly torn, and four cents lor others. When mended a IMIK brings her dxtean cents. i ii. firms which deul In puivi 11 id lime or schoonei agent win. deal m coals, buy the bag1, i i .iiul other WOtnen of her trade. ^_^_^^^ Potter; Trade At Standstill I'ltADK In pottery is %  teOSl stagnant during the hurricane irason, a group of Itinerary sellers told the "Advocate" yesterday Thi'-e weir from ChalK> Mount. St. Andrew, and had thrir wares on their favourite spot by tho Chamberlain Bridgo for sale. Monkeys. flower pot*, aih trays, vases, flower bowls, dren's toys, puzsllng boxes, candle sticks and various other articles comprised the One collection One seller told the "Advocate" m the afternoon that she was on the spot from early In the morning and had sold nothing for the day. It was only around festivals, their own pockets, hut from the llUv Christmas, sh ould expect good sal toet %  said that • On page I KIIIMM. I Ill III ;. IA" 1T.1AI: SIGHT on %  hot day like yesterday, when thirsty workers ruined to the : Communistic Policy "What could He mure eORUnttnistic than the nationalisation ot . ul Industry" ha asks. "A man butldn up a business by hi-' blood, sweat and brain, that uusinctut employs, thousands oi people,—provides necessary revenue and material fur the country—it becomes a leading Industry In the world addn and reputation lo the country in which il la %  ata b lls h ad, and what happens—the < loverTuneol come* along and says that they must in it What could be moree> mmunfartlc than that? I %  %  I England nor thai b 'what it Is says Mr. Johnson) b .'. to nun one ,. main! Industrtei <>f winch tha' m be justly proud I am % %  ;.... -. built by r % % %  ten) lirni. but then aflei j .11 is not this nationaluatioii 1. %  i ,Jo* SUUn wants' %  ca it cant meet li I (U.iiitv end workmanship the arai i nalerial made by American priVB ta enterprlae As far as our i .. %  i I wouh. ; ask our politicians to look and see %  result Of nation U) Australia and N"i Zealand l-'t us not make th< %  i.ikes, as Ihe public payj in ihe end, not the poh'j'Jfl neople c hoping I theh everyday these from theur homes some businesn ph over ihe ek-tata*-**u> that prevails in a considerable section .f th.....rid \\Y bav that gaksion t.i make in this colony as i ail the other Wee) Indian colonies ptation Ii greet at times. particularly among tha pohticaU> %  10 put "lir faith in .HI individual dictator as against the harder course of learning how to govern ourselve* by bringing in the common task each his own gtfl Demoeraey in both the United Kingdom and the United Stales is learning the need for a dynamic leadership and a teaching of the principles which underlie the truly democratic slate. It is in a period of such conflicting principles that Your Excellency will be called to lead us, a people I.illicit" unused to sharing in the hard task of selfgovernment. 11 will take all your wisdom, all your strength of character, all the faith In your high purnose to anauM row eoo> Particular!] In the neld of economics will your task I one. In this Held than are 10 man. factors beyond the bifluenee of the Individual of indeed of any stnghl coniiuiiiuly By land settletnent schemes by improvement %  n methods of agriculture by spreading the kawwledjai %  >< thee) bUBfOVeUMUtl throughout the eottununlty some progress will be made; but some kind of man ii r.ictuiinK enterprise. some conmanl of our na'iii al .it'i.u lions fi> tintourist trade muat prooeed side by aide with agricultural daveloprnent it our population Is to be k< pt from being WMmptDyOfl "i i.mici -i mpsoyed, found raysill apecularlng la the course of preparation of ibis iJHH i 'I 1.11 M h II that make a geed Oovenoi O better slill. | great Governor. It not merely good inlcnCfl The road to %  narmei place than Ihe ironies, 'i Ii ilaimed. paved with them I do not think that the Leeward Islands has In eni ti-ni %  i.. u %  ma aihnei tenUoru were not conestouBty "good' 1 II I-i h < %  '!. i qusstion phasis and a RanM of pioporUon No governmanl which ran laj elalfl to be "good" can fall bo place thl i-mphasis on luiasuic neflt those In the com%  minit. wlio most D|Oed Govemiiien: l I|< Ixiiei health betti housing, belter education, fosterIng %  .pM it of coHwentton, and most important nuistant improvenent in the -taiid.ii %  of the pubIk nrvke, WIU t Which none of thO I limns which precede this are possible. Added lo these should be n .ml of "Justice and Fair play for all" to adopt the mott of one if our local new p pen These consciously aimed at and npplied can make n Governor a gsssd Governor. A great Governor needs something of the Hash of genius IN in application of all these to tho community over which he presides so that he catenas tho imagination tli sprit, the iiflertlon of those whom i pointed lo serve. Our hope \% that %  "ii, Sir will prove to OS I Ori %  Governor." In every part of Ihe world ... this is the surest sign of excellence in a bicycle The [lumber trademark i> your guarantee of Usimg qualif doe appesrsnee and unrivalled %  ngih The *'otld' leading qunliiv bi.y.lc csrriei ( ofdssthiiiiiiii ( HUMBER ) \ T* MNNM of all Hii..7. I HARRISON'S BROAD ST. LOCAL AGENTS DIAL 2364 WWMJL nwui nm snrnjBs sill s l.\ STOCK. Aim River Banks Are Bushy The banks of the ConsfltUtloii Illver are bushy now after tm i onlinuuus rains. On either side of Constitution Road, the bush is about two feet tall In par.*, but •he sandy soil looks cleaner than usual. With the sun shining down on the water yesterday the big mul lets kepV near the muddy bed of the river. 'Among the bush pumpkin vl run. Some of them have blos-oms but no pumpkins yet. There is still much rusty old iron and old automobile parts .round the banks. FOR THE BEST IN A enttktrtm OTf-Tf—gtm > tSOOB OOVKHINC ""5TLVEB STAR' COHGOUEUM INSIST ON SILVER STAR Tk'-.eifmdtuwtll 64 w ifiiSmiKi 4 ^'KEPLER' I'lMrr't m*rbr .p. D f U | i v' •aasaa'-^aasPSfU %  sSksaeCslIaSwOg ..ib u.h I nrasl On' fluid nB of 'laShr' pro.>dr> nal I'M iban J.iSO IsssrsebMd Dana % %  vaasah A — ib* araiswhe ntaasai — sad see latafaaOlsaal Dahs %  •' I %  .!..." Il tar .lurdy I->DT> axl ir-lfc. CaiMB see. lea. .hui.i tab* 'Casfer' for ...l.l-l •11*041 b '• f •!••"" MOLASSES FOR CANADA The chanered lOgTUOnav T>-fmmals Lid. fieighter Mario de Lurrinaua arrival from Trtrudad yesterday to take a <-argo >t ttt pinirheons. 180 half-baucl.and TI car.ons of molasses for Montreal and Port Alfred, Canada. The ship is expected lo leanport on Its Northbound voyage tonighl. Its local agents art Messrs. Plantation Ltd. 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DODGE CAR -II -161 ORci. in writing to tin Secretary. Berbodo. Telepl...... O, Lt.t 16 t M n THl'CK ro.d V Truck In Mod workIns older Offer, in writing to the Hwi too. Baiuado. Telephone Co, Ltd. ^^ IS fl OB-Bn ELECTRICAL %  HBZn-For !• or rant on M Maro,uelte Df> i Dial -tan or ma 11 V ft>~dn MFRIOEKATOH-Ona (I) lutm-ln OU burring Refrigerator In food P O M. tlon immediate delivery. Apply HIM MaMlah Taltl'i Plantation, St Jam** 1'I.OTW Bl-aO. IT*to. 'in Stewart W a r n • I ny Ui Dial 4AV IIBM-Jn. %  li WASHING MACHLNF Una Hi tun. dlan Eaa,Spindlier with Automatic Spin-rliiier. thl. M*rhu.e IMI, Apply W B. Hutch .neon a, Co. Dial 4*B*. lt.t.W—t.f.m i-URNlTl'RE rVRMTVRBDUilnf table, i laMr. and othrr Men • Apply I I and fl p"-.. "LriMv.r", Worthing LIVESTOCK % %  < ni ii' 4UI brahan n ind i id In g work Alao in.,, %  .. v.. i .-. SELLlNt. iw. AppW L. N lll'TCHUs. SON; -ri.AKKNDON DAIRY FAKM nurkllr'k. Si Michael. IT 0.SO—an MULE. CAKT a, HARNESS in BooO i .Mile II .1. St Michael JOt SO—* purrm Moii 1 week, old M < %  act", Upper Be InMECHANICAL t .pecial low quaie : chapel dtaalling ln>u-, ho.'-' eo-aami dr.*Uwina a I >ale apply H BWWat. Dial SM7 \iet..n IIIW 4-' UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER >'luaHiaMlana -rreiv.d fnarn U>J l-.iraac Co I artll wit on rVld>, .Sept and at | p.m. „ i h caurt, V.KleT Mlllman ftaloon C !" I*m.fed "— One_ i|i 109B Model Morn* f~ I C...I. VINCENT Guirrmi BEAL ESTATE i-i.iisw vii. | Harbour Log debt or dehU fl -.,!-.. Henry .inc rAMPMUJ. u I at ii r..d myeelf reaponaible lor he. ** anyei.e elae contracting any debt or debt. !• my name unle-. hy v. %  lamed EUSTAC9E IfXNKY Chalky Mount. T' %  • p ., ..re h'i. U rne.1 i ..%  an m rr.^lii u. ,. , ( VaM-rta nanch inee VALOMN. aa I So not naMd ii.iaMf rn.poi.Mhlr for her or an,one el public are hetrtv watnnd agan %  credit to my wile l.iieen n.i BAHNB.TT' ..a I d,. not hold ".v nalble lor her or anyone |*a> co ( 0n debt or dabta m my i.ai • by a written ordnr algned bv n %  Ugned 1 LTHKlt IVaUMJ Da CO In Ca rlUU Bay OkMaka D. a* L—llle M Sa-lH >elnra.na O. leri GkJ.a HeattMrtta 4ary E Camlana, Sch V I BVh f-h,ii„ llawfc. Sch%  en taaal.ne. ~ %  DavattaMi E Itflj l-chinvai .. hMnoat, Srh Emmanuel h Cml E efic. In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station ('Me and Wiraleaa %  I i.-.j advue an •* %  ."IL w.ih the Mlewina. akapa thrw.>gn the,, B.,baaV<. %  %  —. I |--a.l TUSr rant lb nei. Cat**%  a' CapL D—tunica S 1 Willematad UU i-um Trinidad Schooater Mary M Lran 01 tone I -., Rmiih Qulaaa* v n Maia de lar..-i.ga 4.440 ten. I Capt la-ether Be>rw froen TMPHfad HB-ART1 l S WiUeamfd. laM tonnet. O Lnhman. foe Madetia Rlugai at Lamnafa. %  %  Arci -eii.atad M 1 Oobe* S i I •hand MV Plsapertor gg Gaaeugne M HoNtxn.i TT Roll, at Sundal. S & African Planet %  S T : June Cieal % %  Oeirulv %  laibreu. *S Mdoncreat. • %  Wlleard SB Hid laa.f|a>i as Etreena. • %  Lady Rodney %  %  None King as T.i ayaaaai I F-ol.re.lle S I BMRM RH MAIL NOTICE Mail* (er Dom.n.ea AaftJ I -.^. ,tt Etta b* the VI V Cai b bar will he cloaeri ol the General P.i OaVe a. .-de. Pareel Mail and Hen•red Mail al 1 m. Ordwan Mall il Ifl %  .. Seaweii Fee ta ....... 1 % %  MIII. Ji4>. 1 (1 4pe> Jo Ooaaay. Gabriel Oner* T FlenierHti Julw Flaceiirh %  C.uatato riii--'-.i erteh Sni t.lai^ >-la>, | SO 4 P "• the Sugar *r-CAN* VALE and MAVWaSXB. Chrlanaming together by arllmaAcrei ACREAGE In Platoon • BA Acre. ArHEAGE i„ Preparallon H<. Acrn. There will a too be gold wllh the aald Piantataoni One Dodfe Water Lorry. 1 Milch Co*. I Mule and 1 email .-wheeled Cart Fur further particular a and condition, ol aaie ap ply to the underaigned cornx. %  %  F.VTT.RJ' H LSK llOCHE ..iul uulbuildlngt •landing on 1 •, acre, of land in Crulat Ch urch, and nWElJ.lNO HOUSE Handing on 1 arrea of land at Entrrpnae. Chrl.t Church, and adjoining the abovemenuonod pretntara The abovementloned properuai will be %  el up for aale by Public Auction al our Oflh-e. No 14 Jame. stieet. Urnlgnlown. on Fildagnth September. IOSi> Inapectlon on appIlcalMm to M>> Luce* on the pren YXARWOOD a BOYCE. %  aa.'.,,. m 00-a.. MUUtRN ATTRAITIYf FRFtHOI.p HI'NOAIOW-Mode.,1 attractive Fr-en Id Bungalow 4.UB aq ft land 1 Bct roonta. Lane Drawing room, Ktlrhniette ( %  %  l-.id on lor cooking Bath Rhowei . water lia.lt. Lovely Garde... FruitIreap; Large apnee for pi.lii> M oil CI4I-J Apply 'Romeraet". Upper Uei mont K -1 H • S -1Z'. JUNIOR CLERK .,„ our Lumber Tord and Hardware at Sli Me..., St. Peter Apply in .Tiling and In peraon N a O. CHALLENOR. LTD Bridget, mn IB 0.50 -n ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  lie %  I' AMUfiailAM -t'-:. 10th Oct. •ADIMi FROM AMlllkliAM DOVER in • Boauitre' B iplBTfatOF loth SAIIIMl II) TRINIDAD. FARAMAUkVO DRMRRARA. BTC. ma 'HelenaSept Slat a %  Bonaire" Oct 3rd %  "I.M TO MADBWA. 11 t-K'i in ANTllt AhD AM-.Itni.Aal i. I wi.-mal.idRepl IBth ... < Or.i.Jeal-dm-t ITtli .I.Unlt.d paaaenger gcconinaod^tion available on Ihl* veeael. a r MI'SBON. BON CO LTD "l.l-MThc MV Citnl.t-v" VMII acctrpt Caigo and I'a.-^ngern for Dominlrit. Anllnua. Montserrat. Nevis and St Kftt* Sailinn Ftulnv 22.l B.W.I.. S.h.Mii„-r Otmrie ABB., don. TaJ. NO. 4047 FIGHT INFLUENZA will) Mrniholalc.l • %  r%  q LIAA0LENE on the 12th and 13th al PWisc arranac Your Snoppmg Accordingly. miOAIIH At :• %  • VMJOIV nl FKV1' Canadian National Steamships Sata V ANT Appl > 1 Ma MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL COACHING bv Enaliati Ui.ntr.tty O.adual* S.I,.I Certmcata and Commercial Proof Heading. Tvptna and Sienclllina elnclmtlv and quickly MIMI GOODING I EM CATION Al NOTICE OWING to repalra al preaant beinN affacled 10 Ihe Chrl.t Church ". % %  • %  F0.1 id.tL.n School, neat lerm will begin on Tueaday M*h Senlembei. Inatead of the 10th of September No new pupil, will be admitted W H ANTROBC* Bectv Gov Body. Bov Foundation School. Ch Ch LOST & l-OI'Ml LOST ONE pair l Turtle Shell Olaaaea in Cae betwen Pi.hlMTie—ury. JMbllC Puiidlngi. and (Broad Stieet Lowrr> Ca.e marked .! R, o'neal Finder return lo W SI C Bt.iwne. Co C.ialuma It S %  '• 2u CHANCERY SALE 1 AJafj ,!-.m.bhc Bulldina.. Bridgotown. between dale apecineo botow U m.t then ...Id. 11 .ill jt the umr place and during the nme hour* u %  Mien In tne. ROBERT DECOURCEV ONEALj: SOUTHBOUND LADY NELSON CANADIAN CHAIlJlNtiF. I-ADY RODNEY CANADIAN CRUISER UDV NEX-SON Meauenl II Sept. leelaa irba4.. I Sept. 10 Sept aVpt X Sept . itapa. J3 Sapl It) Chi 10 Oc„ .1 Oct. 10 Oct 10 Oct rorl W Oct n CM. IT Oct. T Nov T Nov. 1 Nov. I Nov. C Nov IB Nov 10 Nov SIIHIMMII Ml LADY NEIAON LADY Hcr>fTV LADY NE1JJON N.B. Bablect I • Sited with COM a 1 .!.> fiao rtu .wo GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AccnU. MANY PEOPLE "Unbreakable Pot." .old Iron meter eami Transplanting thau Anthurium Lilies WANTED •BARBADOS ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCDXTV NOTICE The Cenerj Mr. %  rmbly of Member* ..f Iv will be held nt Wakefleld. Whm Park IP] kind permieuoii of Brltlih Council Rc|iTr.—.Utl%ei en day. SRI. Maptomber at S p m lo 1 %  Mart and lo elect Officer, and Committee nf Management for ailner 1 M P MTJ1R1CK. linn Secretary II SO—Sn NOTICE Mine* Mote St. Winifred, -IVIM* Aid ol fa eatu Thi. ticket ha. been leal and ui>:e* n-.i .-..n ". Uta CO* will hedeliyired IL> the peoon whoae name apli.i. on the counter In 11 01 ticket No aB h ck-tober. IBM. r parcel of land alutate In the City of Bndge. •g by eatlinatlon two thou.and O"htudrrt and bounding on three aide, on laiul. of the I. aide on the public OFFICIAL NOTICE I Chan IBM. 1 (riidnnt 1 BBaan 1 1 the properly Wire, of It noon and 3 c Ilia.. Bridgetown befor be raported on and 1 v rcpectlvely. ntherwla, u ch pgraonrwlli be deprived of all claim, on decree %  CARJIADOS. Df 1'llt.SUANt V parovru having or claiming afTecting the property bung before me an account of Iheir 1 eamin*-d by me on any Tiieaday or Friday between knot m me ancrnoon at Ihr ll>au>tr.ti..n office. Public the Win day of Oct IBM. tn order lhat .uch claim* accordinj to the nature and priority thereof be precluded from, the benefit, of any against tne .aid property P-^INTIrT: IJNDSAY IHCIL RY DEFENDANT: VIOLET JOHNSON I. THAT certain piece or parcel of land aituaie at Spooruw-i Hill awtOfe of SI Michael and l.land aloie.aid c.iVta.nina by 11 two-tenthPavajkal of IrveraabouU form.-.Iy of W. T E Ricl.ardi but rmeriy of O G Med'ord but now of Alfred F\ Green put now of one toe public nwil called Spuoner. Hill or however cite ?n-S*55 '"" "!T" %  na b l| l Tngcther with ihe dwelling iu.u.e m S%JSST"*^' S?. a mU "' d ""•"'•r Ihe buildingand erection. old and rhaitel on the aald land, erected and built .landing he uld dwelling liouBe land property of Ihi URN GILI. PROPERTY AL %  I '.: %  .. %  Illllnril I." I.-K! t\. Abutlina and bounding on U>ni now of one Walrond on Ian.1-. nl one Farnum on land* form appu.t %  • Your BCriTfi MM'tit/ Moifot Lotion ... LIMOLENE "Cooling and KrlrrHhlni: gs a BroaUi .:l Sprlns" The Manufacture of Llmolrnr. find! work fur Fellow Barbadians 1 to -.:. at ...ir Dealer GIBBS PROVISION GROCERY & LIQUOR STORE OFFERS YOU 1 picnic, lib upw.irua OPc I Pinea W ,te "noire Raited tleef %  i-.r.-,, FBaHl REMEMBER it require the following perinel for our ofhea.LI.E CLERK: with prevloua I'lantatmn nr Factory Bookheeplng ciperlencc t-TYPIRT: fully qualified wllh prcv:i.-m rij-iii FEMALE CLERK: with prevKnia Salarira for the above poalllona will depend on qi.alUlcalion. and II IIMTI III. ii\iu;\i\:i LIKE THESE CAN'T LAST FOREVER pine rhe-rt-ol-O.-iwer. Sf Dot (i m WaJuland. worth n-m t ,1.11m. Cupboard A IH.wrr. on/ BIS Thr.-e Trunk.. UIW up f^.-Cait. T Prai 1 %  I %  LNOI H a LS. WILSON .-.-.-.-.-.-.-,•.•.-.-,-,-,-, GLOBE THEATRE laW UisliliKUIalicd PiiIfonaR.nf 111 tJeMparMl The Governor and Mrs. Savage OPKNINO 1 Nii-w M ill Mill 1; J9TI1. 8.45 P.M. ffanilert by WILLIAM SHAKfSPCAPt A Uafi iraal Ue..aa'.aal 2alea-e A j. ARTHUR HAW MMbfaVH %^%',v,v-v/.v-VAV/'iv/,'-'.-/v,v/.'/V/,'/y>*//-'-''' • • When you order from THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM we deliver by Motor Van Comer of Broad and Tudor Streets. NOTICE I Of I AMill V* 1 J 11 i-Muiie rcccivea D> tne I (or Ihe Vacant pott of OrBBAUl -I St Hai 1 Saturday October Til. IBSB Salary 084*3 pee month Certificate of Heallh mi' %  r oari M jii %  Clerk St Ai.arew • w >•IK. UW.. IIIIWIIIIMIIHI Frvnch Line SS % %  GASCOGNC" Sailing to TRINIDAD on the 15th. September. 1950 FARE $25 00 B.W.I. Cy. SS 'JASCOCINE Sailing to Martinique, Guadaloupe PLYMOUTH and LZ liAVBE on Ihe 21st Sffptember. 1950. For further particulars, apply to.— R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agenls. (|UASI-AR( WELDING EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRODES. Your enquiries, for WELDLNG PLANTS and equi|n.< %  .i will receive prompt alteiTion from OUT expeneiuu-l Staff. All types of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous ELECTRODES available ex stock, •BK1TISH OXYGEN** WELOINU AND CUTTING EQUIPMENT We invite you to inspect oui --lock ol piairdarrj Special enquiries will receive our immediate idvlco and attention. STAINLESS STLEL I \BRIC ATIONS— "EIRTII BROWN" WE have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHIT TS and are fully equipped lo handle fabrications to youi i, this modern, aci** H-ntllc at \uui lit \< H NEW FOR SALE The lollowinq Enqluli Tl.u.ouqhbrl Rac HOIM*. I landed in B^ibado. GLAD EYES — UCH' .ATE ENTRANCING teal C650 BALLY MIST1C GRI \T EASTERN Each £600 Apply O. P. BENNETT. Sou hem Daily Croe. Tinudad •; BARBADOS BLECTRIC SIJPIMY CORPORATION LTD. S laovrlv I I....i M*U Slipper*. | lUndhags. and Table M-ilt. ;I rl. also Ircsh r rult S IMIMISM I : II.NtjH II VI |aCo. \ llridgr ATrafalgar Slrveta. \OIKE REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLABON A.ES.. F.T.A. Ft.rmrrl> Dlxon A Bladoi FOR SALE modern hi.ni. Well pi."lien Laegja lounge dn.i'ui raoen, kit.he,,. a bedrootn. I .1 l.'tl-l ..I.I. Ml tiled bathroo .inle.raced rock %  >. Ilowealng ahiuba and |.i nil Tin, iii.irai.ie pmp......... %  \ III A ROfM I' Sg B| M CHI Mar, %  %  %  %  %  i naih mn aai. tmiat. pantrv and %  ii i .,. 1 %  and | .. %  . %  '' %  i.i.. aalletv. %  %  % %  siaund witt. grivB \ the M.itmi,. lurcihave drrldrd that rrp^lra U oie nf t-ur EnglnrB ran ns lonter be .t.l i...-r.-i.ing the iilinosi ri .iiiinii. In the uae of I ir. itl.li.. particularly darlnr; thiPeak tHTind belwei-n C.30 and IM .on. until further noti.-e. ?0lli June. II5. V. • Mil 11 Qeneial Managrr RENTALS RP.AL ESTATE AGENT Aiii-tlnnrer A Surveyor PI \N I A I IONS niHI.niMi I %  >OTI(E in nti; \>l and I lit!/1 A \OVIIIHS WE will If upt'iiiiiL' 1111 PMHIIM lion ill I Inntonlh c4 OIIOIMT. APPLICATIONS uill be a.re|Meil lor u number of mit>liuidiitii RETAILERS lii handle I bestProlilnhle anil Fail SI'IIIMC Items IIMIIIUII.IIII Biirbudns A|ipl> in wrilinii lo : POLAR PRODUCTS LTD. P.O. Bi.v 191 CLOSING Il i regretted lit. | w must Suspend Our Service lo You for u PiTinH nf upproxim lv THREE WEEKS for the Instnllalinn of >n I n.irelv N>u Plunl. Wr V) ill Illi'tl hi RE-OPENING WITH A COM IT I I..' NEW PLANT AND A FINER PRODUCT VVILL BE ON '; :MARKET FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT. Hollies and ases tan be Returned to us nr our Triiekf will Piik These up us usiml it hen we resunif PrnducTion. CROWN MINERAL WATER Co., Ltd. Rickett Street, Bridgetown.



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Friday September 22 Barbaiwss fltowcatt em FORCES MASS FOR FINAL ATTACK ON SEOUL Goddard Thanks Everybody For Wonderful Tour (Inim Our Own O tiuspoiidenl) LONDON, Sept. 21 JOHN GODDARD, West ln-Iies Captain, on the eve of his departure in ;. message said to day: "We will leave England with sad hearts but pleas ant memories". He said it was impossiU i „o single out indiviu uals for particular mention, b it the groups who had earned the team's gratitude -specially were the M.C.C. County Club officials, the Press and the sporting public. Governor Dares Not Touch Nassau Killer SAYS ARTIST TORONTO. Sept. 11, The question of who killed wealthy Sir Harry Oakes which was revived this week, seven years after his murder look on .-till another "who-dun it" aspect An Engluth-born Toronto woman WU quoted by the Toronto SUr M l Everybody Nassau knows he did It, and that he did It because he thought Lady Ockes would marrv him. but he is so powerful that nobody from 'he Governor down dare I a> B him."—Cr* Hugging Arrives In England Nothing I % %  an say will .-utlriently indlU-btwe owe to the Mat) lelMwu' 7rlcket Club." Goddard continued. "From HisRoval Highs'ho sidenl m hen ved. to the newest member, the MC'C have dona everything possible to make this 1950 tour a success and g r_>JpimMi! They hove sticeeedcd beyond our JOH\ OODDAKD fondest expectations." Goddard said that County offiI %  so it ae o med. had Tied •h other in their efforts d the best hospitality Prexs throughout the fall and kindlj IIOIIIIUS IIReds Expect Reinfo rcemen ts Mr.MHFRH Or THi NIHIV OI1MI) Snebshl .lown lt< Chin, ve.tridiy evening aftei ihe openins. lun.l '•ink lo Ihe health al thrh iaJa. rli< ... %  i .. ataeara thanks a'so go out i H i I Kngland" he added, "who have supported us so and encouraged us so i ently, In return we have tried in the only way w know how to entertain and if their faithfulness to the last is an indication, we arc happ> lo feel that we have succeeded in some measure". Finally Goddard expreased the wish that whan. ~lh* next MCC team visits the Caribbean it would be possible in BOBM way to repay the magnificent recap* turn the present West Indies side had had in the mother country Nehru Urges Acceptance Of Red China In U.N. General Assembly BOMBAY. Bepl 21 Prime Minister Nehru speaking at the general session of the Indian National Congress expressed regret that India's proposal to Nationalist China's delegate to the United Nations by representative of the Peopl Government Of China had been njected by the United Nations General Assembly. "If the United Nations is stilt dreaming of the old China whi is more or loss defunct now, it shutting its eyes to facts The new Chinese Government has come into power not by i itroke of chance but after n long wnr of 3(1 years duration. To today when there Is m>i eve single vestige left of the old Kuo-nlntang Government that the Kuo 'itintbiig'f representative shou'd continue lo sit in the United Nations Assembly is Ignoring bsEtS," declare-! Nehru. —Rriiler Second Boys' Club Opened at Speightston n IKK. SECOND BOYS' HUH in Barbados, was openea yalerday afterncn nt Sand Streel Speightstovvn, wiih SB boyg listed on the roll, of mum. -rs. The Club was declared open by Sir Allan tiollymore. Chiel Justice, n Ihe presence of many residents pi the district who attended the function. (nl H T Michelin. Commissner of Pohce, who is the roundel • %  these clubs, explained the alms and objects of these club* L.S.A. Will Enslave Germany Warns £ German Patty I O* Butt. 21 ialb lo the HI i lire Communique "n Germany [Us* Baal < ; %  i m lommunlat i Parisi n %  lo-daj w a rned that n lead* to iani i Waal Germany war The PotKI lift %  m 'uncement iited n baste MOjulramanai foi peace, i A Panda Treaty for the %  llU ..f all oc1 Tin ri a at ab M ahaaai ol u .i German eupitai Prea aatcMDM nitanNrl %  • %  a The rapid development of af UN %  ".e demand* ..re reeoRnlsad i" •Teeter* occupation .;' true German palr'ota must resist Weatern itolicv and *r>eak up for the demand* of 'he National Front the i ommuniqii' "id n.iiti i By HOY MACAKi'NUY WIl'B MacARTHOR'S ADVANCED H Q IN KOREA, Sept. 21. A MERICAN MARINES began their final assauU on Seoul late to day as Reconnaiisance pilots reported Communist reinforcements rushing south ward along the 200 miles long highway from Pyongyang. Re.liming to their base at Kimpo in the Inchon beachhead, pilots said that they saw many targets available along the roads and railways leading south from Pyongyang. The marine assault on the old South Korean capital which opened from the air at dawn with carrier based Corsair aircraft bombing jr" n posi tions in and around the city was fully launched later to day. All the American lines were expect ing to advance rapidly against ineffective opposi tion. Scull in Itic ca.t nil! Out "I Advocate Hurricane Relief Fund For Antigua i i.ix i KnowSrv. frank !•• ASvaralr 4a.. IM • Fran rrr.p.i.d'l LONDON. Sept. 21 Sir John Muggins, retiring Governor of Jamaica, arrived in England on board the Eros to-day He said the crossing had not been too bad "considering there were two hurricanes dodging about" The ship managed to avoid the full foreof the hurricanes, but the sea was very rough on occasions— Boycott Lifted NEW YORK. Sept 21 Leader* of the Altai Dockers have lifted their boycott on cargoes from East Km paU Communist eountliea but have delayed decision on wbfUMI to handle those from Russia Labour Secretary Maurice T< bin said in a letter to Joaeph P Ryan, leader of the American Federation of Labour's Dockers that the country's best 'Merest can be served by a complete lifting of the boycott -iRruter.i KINGSTON HONOURS JOHN I ... Oat O-. I ..ri'.p.Hrt'iilt KINGSTON, J'ca Bepl 19 i The Kingston Cricket Club OldMl .Ticket club in the Caribbean, nas decided to invite John Goddard, WcM Indies captain, to, become an honorary member of the Club. Goddard has accepted the invitation. The Club took into account that Goddard ranks as one of the most successful captains in Cricket, lit to be pul in the same niche with Bradman. having beaten the M.C.C it. the West Indies, India ID India and England In England Mr. Karl Nunes, head of the West Indies Cricket Board of G trol. and Mr Donald I-acev t_ry, are member* of th Burma Will Attend Aid Plan Talks LONDON. Sept. 21. Burma. Slam and the three Un> dab SUaj nf French Indo-China agreed lo take part in the British Commonwealth Economic Aid' Plan for Southeast Asia Informed luarfen said here on Wednesday nigi.t that the Commonwealth Ministerial discussions on the slxnar Economic Plan will begin September 25. —Can Praga India Supports Nehru 9 s Foreign Policy NASIK, Bombay ITuvlnce, Sepl. 2\. The Indian National Congress al its general session here to-da> endorsed the foreign policy of the Nehru Government. This policy had earlier been approved by the Congress' Executive Committee. The Congress passed the resolution on foreign policy with onl> one dissentient vote. The revolution approved the Seere-1 Government policy towards Korei and expressed the view that every avenue of peaceful settlement of the Korean issue should be explored The resolution wanted Co munist China to he represented the United ItaUJOlU Reuler RUSSIA FAILS IN BID TO THROW OUT CHARGES \fade By Nationali*t China First Petroleum Conference !>.• % %  or ow cverssaeaasaU l-OKT-OF-Sl'MN The Ptr0leUB1 AgBOi Trimdixl will tv Confereme al ihe AMOriatlOPJ nfflre in Bar) FanUUKM WMCl eeK These eoftferencee wi\\ IT held fortniEhtU 11 NURSES AMONG 26 CRASH VICTIMS WASHINGTON. Bapt II The nmted States Navy disclosed on Wednesday night that II nurses amoni, 26 naval person%  rash ol %  transport plane off the Paclnr idanrt "f Kwa)alein on Tuesday The nurse* were on to duty in th* Far East— (CJ*. T CARTOON ay OSBERT LANCASTEP "On, a^rltng. Ju.< for •*.. Wtmdar f ul mumr-1 1 t howghl •he? nanel he*e censcripird ia* mkoir i IOKKof Conuswi essdtlieferelrnbaperiliatfn'l •starred fo awniion U Man Found Alive In Well After Five Days Clovla Holder, a 41-year-old ix-ok binder of Howells Cross Road, St. Michael, was found alive in a 61-foot well of thi Belle Pumping Station al I 40 pjn. He was missinti from his home about a mile away foi live days. Tha earth for Holder was ended when his father-in-law Josepl Tdonie and one Clarence Holder were minded that he could b been in one of the wells Clarence Holder went down and found him lying face downward He was raised lo the *urface by hand crane and rope There was a cut on his right hip lie was wearing a serge suit, grey lelt hat and an old pair of black shoes. Holder was taken to thr General Hospital and detained Russians Free Two U.S. Police BERLIN, Sept. 21. Two American military policemen who got mixed up in Berlin's pa lice-war were freed by Ihe Russians today after 13 hours if detention. A United States military Rpokesmrtti said: "They were not maltreated" The n.rsHiNC. MEADOWS, Sept 21. RUSSIA to-dav [ailed in an attempt !• p 11 "' 1 ^ 1 l United Nations to'throw out Nationalist China* charget\ of Russian aggression against its territory. The A>semh!v's fourteen-nation Steering C->mmiUeo which arranges the agenda foi > voted V include Nationalist complaints. 0 lj CCiVHlOVakua supported R iky also failed to have tne AfSem-' i,lv igrs %  between Greece and Mi norttn i bours. The que-tion of II. Nations relations with Spain was luded. Vyshinsky spoke again*! the %  i al all four Items, but his, protests were relatively mild MESSINA. Sicily. Sept 21 rhe only legal Chinese Ocvp, M e Dge „ prayr „ ( .,.,ud as the vrnment was al Peking and RuMla Bome S | rlIy Expre „ itruck by was on tne best terms with it | UghtninM p i ol]griK through a He assertel only lhat |h ,..,„ and ttlunderitorrn aggression against China had| wn|ch fo „ OWPd „ al| lhp way been committed by the Lnited. frorn hfre lodWi Qn its iournev Stales through Its policy in Foraoulht the ^1^ WM dr | a yed three mosa. H rejection %  houri whl | P nrw locomotive* of the Nationalist charge as "UPWOT brought to replace the enwise and uuipproprtate B ne damaged bv lightning %  All four items he declared tppoafUoo to in1 One engine was first hit just ternatlonal co-operation which %  north of Naples An !• %  are here to promote." Vyshinsky it wai replaced—lightning hit the called for the withdrawal of new locomotive foreign troopi %  Beaiar. '—Beater Americans were arrested .1 n titme patrol where the ,in sector joins the Soviet >\v i lieiim policeman was Uh them but not reIe;iseii with them. On Tuesday Eastern authorities i %  -c 1 1'6 West Berlin policemen who were going through the East sector on their way to work V. %  '!•!.:.,. Wi 1i rnerretaliated bj endnj M Baatani poUea from I use* trams and trains. MOTS inviting Sir Aflan to open Spcightstown Boys' Club. lis is the second Boys' Club te opened in the Island, said Col Michelin. The (list one in Bay Stir.baa been open fox about 7 and has more than justified its existence. Ayou will see this Club is nol hou*ed in palatial quarters bu| on a good site and It Is a start If we wait for the ideal building to turn up we would have to wait u long time. We have purposely not had th. e rooms done up before we nw-ed ut .Tbia k %  i-s t !" thi boys to do; they will hv their own efforts improve the look of their club. We have so far got 53 boys on the Ual of members. It i hoped to bring this number up to 100 shortly. The Club will be opened fron 2 p.m to 10 00 pin One of tin senior bpys will be placed ii charge. A committee of boys will le formed for the running of the ''liib under supervision Duty Rosier A number of gentle-ten in this area have kindly contented come down to the Club for an hour or two. one evening a month. Their help will be invaluable A roster of Ihe duties they have beer %  illocated; this together with hinti on the running of a Boys' Club will be circulated to those who are present this evening. The amenities or the Club are Table Tennis. Darts. IXini Draughts, and Cants Book) I eriodicals are gfl %  hoped get Ihe use ol ,i piece ol I'.nd nearby for physical training. cricket and football Tulks and lecture-, will be langed. also the showing .•uitable films by the Education Ijepartrnent ,ne| hntish Council | These Boys' Clubs an wpp |eo entirely by voluntary conti button. Furniture and equipmr toM money, we also have to pay I .i monthly rental forth!' building To raise funds, w alAnUJ .. car. Tickets for this are jvullable here to day It Is a i.ollnr \\> a good cause with trie iliance of winning u | n Tin II .1 run hy a Committee i of Miss Arne. So-lid Welfnre (-(fleer. Mr wi"i! Probatton Officer and myself We provide healthy recreation In good •urroundlngs for boys who have i.owhcre but the streets i'a spen-1 thdr leisure hours I'selul CltlB— %  We want to bring these youngJien up to be healthy, useful a .d light thinking cfflaeni Bvnryona i f ui starts life in the same way, • On page G.L Officer lied And Shot rABJOU Bt I>I II. I %  found to-day mldwaj bttwaai Taegu and waagwwi tied to I • and 'hut Uw %  face and ha id His condition was Ihis after % %  i pot d frave He was barely alive whe.i found, but had strength to tell thai be araa captatM lo day* ro by North Koraaoa. The Lieutenant said lie wi. '.. i I ".'. Kioi officers the point of Die pistol to <>adcast to American troops rer an ampbtler. but i tv 1-iM night a Communist offlcei tiik him to the lop of n hill. tied him lo a tree and told hiii' tO keep (HI I wtiii ii. Vmerlcana attacked nearby C*ii'munlt poatttons th* rnunl ; offlcei returned, ih him and left him f,udead. —Renter pilot* wheeltns laartna Coraalri iwepi n from carriers to homh ami in ihe h*nfl Iha ejt] -.o.l that the Neil 1 V renW wen 1 moving out toCtiujnchoB. ..I nigh UM pein I... 11 v repom -aid that Uniled NatloM .ui.i lit weir briefed ,( i omb (.nimiunlcatlons lln'-' Ii H.IHIII the centre of the M vahj eluding so tank* wai raeing pmn [the Mnnihurian bOTdet hya/irul s. %  ,i The column reported to have luted 20 miles south of Anlung Jjuirt inside the Manchurlan border was last reported nuai Kacsong. 31 miles northwest of Si I .ift.i %  ^00 mile dash Communist authoiilie* were ulso reported to have rushed youths straight from schools in Pyongyang the North Korean capital lo Seoul, swell. i;( Unit city's defenders to 18.000 North Koreans are also reporte.t to IM|illing back b!', fortes fr. id. -i, fen.e box a.-.i Iv South Kon .. There is also a big moveniem of 1 % %  miiiii'.t forces north from Taejon but *heae troops are app.uently planning to by-pa>GEOIK.KT'.WN. It'; Sepl '^1 Waterfront workei i raaun ad work today after a 48-hour stoppage which lanwd to delay the departure from the port of Georgetown of three -hipWhile negotiations to bring about a final set%  tinued at the Labour Department, two al| I F 'cek strikers demanded. I l ' —Cm rre% Seoul Workers Kiiil Sou in K iHiitvd 'hut anvrkan la Bt noting as Aim bad Mil ii iha anal fuiiscaie agMujH on Hie .ii> I .-. %  id thai ma) ines were already lighting among the oonenta nuiinuigk of Seoul v mothnrn business section though Ull upon wi. bgUavad in Tokyo to be premature, like other recent radio %  taaaaafti • 'orrespundents with (i outline forces said that the niariues were inching toufanis the city from the weal and north and had met the strongest rasiatance vet in |M Inchon beaah-head buttle Guns i>t twt Uaeasmuiuas Usuaat uy*-o up on advancing iv factory area on the frm ty A I'usi II itaiiiii repoai quoting m South Korean oActa] Mad "Uus of thousands of anti-ixmiiilunlst workers" ware rtoUng In tha South Korean capital It adde i tii.it mlUtarj bra bad posed by the main body of Amen .nines who took over the Seoul tuburb Yongdungpo l,i-t night anil moved on tOwWdg Ih) ity's airstrip lust short of the llau HUM tOtU) lb BV) brtdgUll rajuaprruAt toUowad qulakrj ihlnd the spearhrud .ml expected to get a bridge The marine assault opened from e air at dawn with cm I i Corsair planes bombing gun posillona in and around BaOul Advance marines Npo IKiaitton from two Conmiuni-t bat tnhiais oi Ihe hills west and northwest Of II" lb-fence* Rebuilt Communists were n have reconstructed Iha d< itv on Ihe assur^ntlnn of an • n pase g ii RECALL TWO ATTACHES WASHINGTON Bert II, The United Btateg Army said 0' Wedncsdav that it has recallc military attaches from Moscov and afexico City '" help speed thi tra'nlng of soldiers. — fCan L) : Train Struck By Lightning All U.N. Were Not Equally Determined To Keep Peace -AUSTRALIAN MINISTER FM'SI'ING MEADOWS. to which they pledge.) then srM I i#tition of the Korean Incident Sept 21 III IMS" He said This rnoel that they must Australia's Foreign Minister Spender said Russia had fallen have at their disposal forces so Percy Spender said today e*perito co-operate in the work of the strong that no state will ence had shown that the United United NaUons to Improve conto stuck a neighbour for fear of Nations was based on a false asdlUens throughout the world the heavy retribution that woulJ sumption—namely that all memIf the Peking Government would follow" bers were equally determined to ve some evidence of a desire But we must do more than preserve the peace 'or genuine co-operation plan or prevent or meet id the Assembly lhat inwhole question of Chinese admisaggression. We must help one stead of the hoped for one world. >ion to the United Nations can r another to become stronger ecothere were two "and one an far considered in an entirely new remleally and aocially, We should has refused to co-operate with the light organise a system of assist.' other except solelv on its own Pending a change in Soviet ither nations 1c*. advanced than ,, p-j. % %  policy. Spender said, the vast we are either politically or eeoSovtet Union and the majority of the United Nations nomlcallv and. help them a*nng thr countries which are lightly bound would have to take steps to deroad to the realisation ol to It have shown little If any relend than ind prosperity."' gard for tha solemn declaration sion and "to discourage any reGuardiannhip ... When desired. Confederation Life Association acts as guardian of a policyowner's funds, h> p.iving ibem to him or lo hii benefacisrie* in the furoi of a guaranteed monthly income. TUl proKcis the Capital Sum preventing it from being lost or dissipated by unwise investment. BEFORE YOU INSURE COSM'I T Confederation Life HIAD OPMCI nit\K Association IT. IIIMVI-IIOM. ANDREW D SHEPPARD Representative 8 'I'll <



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l',U.I IK.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER H, lSi Snappers Beal Bonilas .'{—0 . Polo a*""*" :hi Hartwdw AquaUc iiTdn> afterwio' BBSp1 -0, and —r — ipOj Poli.r K-0 I. I IIC I %  palbari I l wMic fix Swontflsh. Ofl D VntXvi : 1 Nl-lL'l -titlo 3 and BOMTAS •—8NAPPBM :i with two ^.masters. Tavlot and Fcldnuin in their line • ililxirn defensive gam* f*.i the BrM half. It wa* %  HiinnlBlet. Snappers' leil winK *iini. BanntsiT nrj aflUVSQ Bannister again mada *wo %  %  tempts ..t %  coring, but thesv were wolfaave'l b] i;oj.lkeepei Maurice Foster who 1wi<.-oneeded rnrner, i^Corr Kenneth Inca, Bn ppara' %  rward scored tram doaa %  Make the score two Inve. Bonitjis now want on the uffen. .,nd Taylor both t.K.k BhOl hoi Without result Match To Weiconw W.L Team KINGSTON, j'ea S*i ba Jatrlafca Crtcfcat Board of Control to planning • match U welcome ol ihe Jamaican mcmbc" %  /. be returning ataortl] Valentine leave* Britain "Aflfuam" OH Sp, %  Johnaon on October 7 Trie Hoard u arrant., nmirh ("i tnc day if the Governor reei %  holiday in honour o> | W I Te*t vRtni > .. civic paoapfltw will taki It to hoped that Headley. R and Holt, who are returning 1o the island shortly will be available for th;s match iitiiMin i II \ • W.L Will Try Far Davis Cup GEORGETOWN. BflJ) I The Went IndtCJ will mak; thei isl challengt foi the l>,m i/u;, i ,i vaai H waa announced M Wednesday. The Wes, lr*a ,,.w.i Tennis Assotmtn> %  il hud made an applicat'-m ti AuBtraha, holders of the Trophlo compete In the North American /one in (Vie IftM comptli Canada. Cuba, Mexico M tho : ntta u Btatai are Baa athai i am iiief In the North American z< Football Head Says Thanks IROM VKRNON MORGAN Snapperihen took over and luce aftei receiving a pese from BtUf Manning, made no mistake in wnd.iiK the ball lo the right hand comer of the net to moke the score three love SWORIiHSH 8—POLICE 0 Illness took a heavy loll In the match between 1'olice and Swordillh, each team entering the water with Bee players instead of the Sword'-* h showed their tupremlart and it was not tore Geoffrey Fouler In the %  rd line had hto learn two up with well placed shot* which heat eoalkeepei iiairif. PorUUo iSwoi.iftshi than came into the picture by nil team three ahead with a verv good shot Just before hall tune. Foler again scored lo make the score four love In the second half. Swordftan continued iheir goal netting spree Guoflrey Foster from close in. bad what seemed a certain goal, but Ihe Police goalkeeper, Harris, anuriuuUng well, conceded a corner. This was taken by Foster who pawed I" HiliKeiald. the latter swimming nghl into the goal area and Beefing after short tussle Wtth UW H"alkceper. Bwordflah kept on the offensive and PorUuo %  cored the sixth which was followed soon after hy numlier seven when Geoffrey Foster ,,., i n .. %  i:oa I keeper with another good shot. Swovdtlsh again attacked and Porlillo cent in the eighth and final goal. Police made | lust minute attempt t" aeora wham u>ti, Richards and Alleyne took shots at the goal but their afforta were quite m vain. The II.ITI AIM•: follows .Snnpji.'r.C. MtClean. rC. Ince mg, c Mccieon. d Baa nlsiei A Taylor, and B ManM roater, I bsruaa, O Johnson. II Patterson. J. Grace. R. Feldman and A Taylor. Swordft^h A Wealherhead (Cai t) D Fo let. H rttagerald, H. Jones and N PtsrUllo Rat. .' MtU. Richards (Capl I. F„ Harris. Z Williams. R Alleync W. PhiiluThe Referee was Mr Archie ^Inrke IA>NIX>N. Sept 2 "I cannot remember having Iran a belter side" was Hustate ,nent made by Arthur Drewry. Chairman of itie British International Election Committee abuut the Braalllafl Football learn which took part in the World Cup gain Mr Drewry in his report the World Cup Tournament pu*>liahad today for (he first time, not i nil gtvaa high praise lo tho Brazilians but also to Soull .wiicriran luottiall and to Ihi OWthj Hot their liehavlour. He s|>enks ol the English fall n ana the rasaiooa lor thi ruccesa of the Brazilians Th.tnk.: %  %  %  i 'i %  Mra/ihnn Footbn'l Asaochaion anil its gratitude too lo the Chairman ud Dtreetora ol Ihe Bogota Foot ball ciui> fer aanarlng their .ind ground staff for training, nivl tor Ihe Director* . the British owned S.nii! 1'i'ln [Ml Hey Company who entertained Iha paarna No scrlouft iiHicleiit wag ••'" In Ihe Held of pla> Tin* is lYIbute lo the tennis taking part .mi also to the ability % %  ma ten (fflcials who had been Uaoroughly briefed at conferences planner! by ihe Referees Committee, a pra lice which should be continued _4Ugrar Williams !\eu Speedway Kin^ LONDON, Sept. 21. Fred Williams of England and Wembley to night won the 1951' World Speedway Champii nship Bl Wembley with II polnA otil of a p.iEslble 15 points. Wnlly Greer of Westham finished second wllr I., points and Gnihum Warren, an Australian who rides for Birminchim was third with twelve-point —Reuter fi.G. HOCKEY TEAM IN TRINIDAD I OIII I IV. '"Il l'i)HT-OF-SPAlN, The British Guiana Ladia Hockey warn (15 plgjtl in Trinidad on Saturday for the!' annual Intercolonial Ib-kc Tournament agHii.st Trinidad £20.000 To i'nulhiill In Play U.K. Football Results l,ONl<>r. ^epi 21. Third in. in i Southern: Nev. |Mirt Countv 2, Northampton Town 2 Other matches Brighton and Hove 5, Galala Sarrv Club (Tuikey) 3 —Reuter UlNDON, Sept || hill. Steel lha Darby Couna %  : ind Inaldt forwanl wa in nign: Dundee hM a record fee paid by .. BootUah Club to ar, En| kah i The Baa was in the region of £20,000 i highest was £H1.0O0 paid lo Blackburn Rovers foi Jock Weir —Reuter SUfi REPORT -M lX)NDON. Bapl The Admiralty is investigat ux suspected aabutage on the British submarine A'lrdar which is raftttlng a'. Chatham. England. It ami learned on T^uradaj icpoit on a dMinagiil valve waa sent by the submar'ne's imniandlng ofneet i" the Admiralty %  rpi Second Boys' Club Opened g> rrom pace I ot .ill of Ug annot nough to ii %  paraota thai cao provh %  h' is to tin thro of the' cwn. nii'i themselves unearcl f*. with nothing to do thai la c itci How do the I'OIMV come tniu II this'' It is our duty Mime ami pi' orw law and ordei way of thinking it is far better to do something Ihni' will prevenl a boy from takl Cluh> hilt It is "I"' foi Ihe entire community H ipl and busy iluldren nuke go>vl ni'.n and women To those who have offered their services and given dot I lions we sny thank you. To those who have not, we look fornrd lo support tiivm.dally personally. Sir Allmi iiivi'ni tupporl lot ihe Cluba so mat they would no-. ii tha faic of so man* othenplrndid ventures in BartkadjOa, ; line -lart and then oblivion. Mr P I, Walcoll, MCI' rOl i am i lha Club In tha pi i la.idod Col Mlehelin for hU enthuriaam Those praeanv inch Welfan OfBcwi I t ettj Ante. the Probation 11 ftcoi Ai Wi.hotl. Mi il K N H Hu i| i Mr. C E Shi Baunders, Rev C. C. I Rev A j Hatch and Mi L B Will the Marshall Will Attend Talks WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. Geonja Marshall tha Anici'ican Secntiry of Detanca anrKHinee wen, to study at Hist hand, the mahint'iv foi tha %  % % %  %  adult MI:! He >..ni thai the i.. iii..i ..), voting wenBUCh thai he> ii •! there w,.> ..i, election n. Port ot Spain They had to g,^ to lli" country districts like Arlma ami Tuoapuni i" da* ovai an) thing approaching an I'lectiigi as known lo Tney were msnppu'nted at the rc'ulta of Ihe e'cctions and many facia wi'if obaerved which the. did not think were good for a federal sol up. like the use of symbols to assist the illiterate in rotlnj foi a cand Tang; the lueeagaiul candidate for South Trinidad was rcpreeented by a cloek. McAM ster, a candidate for San Juan was prean I hsaad and MBthuia. anoth candidate by m a-row lit aald thai the colony was stifled by the Crown Colony sysand the pe-ple were not as alactlon '.-s a democrntic one. although in some of the arena, there were strong racial f.-Hinps and he believed Ihe Indians had pressed home a subtle attack for dominul on Of lha I-enounefl. dutler's at i i brlbula to his pioneering work, hut it wa loft -i, be seen how he would apply himself to the problems of the future. Although Tang, the successful candidate for South Port of Spal.i %  I ..M.l much promise, it was la %  nn-ntable that Dr. Solomon and he, had lo fight in the same con% %  •flulting in the loss of Housing In Antigua a) From raae 5 the British Government us in immediate recon-. struct ion work; to help the Government to restore eesential services, and to help those without the necessary means to restore their damaged hougrants, with the generous giftswhich have, I under*!. | received fror othei Caribbew territories, from Uie British Bed Cross Society, from our America i Mends, and from many othe.* should enable us lo tackle our( immediate pantos) BM confldentU | and quickly But the sUU-ment ot the BrRl > Government is not only import iM for our immediate needs. II : %  also of profound significance n. the future of Antigua and tnv. other stricken islands, for the atatement shows thai we are le have an opi>ortunity of carrymv out an ...gramme. Ti.-i. is not swnVteni in'ormaticn m I-.ndon at juesent to enabli determine how much. ill be needed for a long I tam housing progri mme. noi ,. w murh aaaaatanea '-•" ** P r 'Ihi n.ud pressed British The next step rests with us and it is up to us to go into the whole question and to diaw up a plan. Miit Work Hard Bui we have *omethlngnelse to and that is to show by hard work thai we are doing our best to solve our own immediate Wa BUlst never lei it be said that the people of the leeward Islands are just sitting back waiting for others to help them, and I am glad u> hear that .. ^.ic have already done much work in repairing their houses and in providing themaarvea With new houses of a simple Kind We now have the undert..kin^ ol the British Government lhat we are to start, with thclr help. to do away with these low standard houses; bul this will Uke time, and I hope lhat all who loot wattle and daub houses will now take up without delay the grant which has, 1 understand. lready been offered to them, if we are lo devote proper attention to the preparation and execution f a housing campaign, nnd if we arc to have the support of the llritish Government in this campaign, we must gel our immediate problems out of the way — and l am told that lack of accommodation is the most pressing of Uiese problems It Is now up to A. F. I. CHIEF 27 TIMES HOUSTON. Texas. Sepl 21 W Iham Qraan 77. former coal miner, was elected today for his ITth consecutive term as President Cl the Ainriu.ni rVderation ol ladHiur. —Reuter "I think I'd like a White Horse better than anything" • bit. SEEK FORMULA FOR PEACE FHANKKUIIT. Sent. 21 American Hleh Commmlon.-i i Germany MrCloy .aid hero today that the ma... "l'' %  .ho romirn Miniawr, talk m New York had been to Bnd m f" !" ,?' prevailing w.r and a lorrmJ for peace. Al a pre,, hours alter his lelii... Talks, he -Id that the Ob*, oj the talks also was U, create inc %  ,'l..r.lv and .tiength ot position. —Reuter. POLICE BAND CONCERT Coadtirled bp Caot. C E. RAISON. M.BE.. A.B.C.M. B, kind pemustioo o( Col R T MV^.IIn ^ T11E BARBADOS AQUATIC < OLUB ? (Local Visiting Members \ ;. Only) .; •, BHNDAY. SEPTEMBER Utk, S \ 4.4S p.m. \ WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky A pleasure to remember, a joy to find again %  baa lh.tt>bi,t„ri i t'gU>k H. 4HM-1 IIUM. LTD I -l.ll i >f a very dficrvino Charily ADMISSION !/• ^/WMV//MV/AW//. Ibf Barbados AquaUc Club TO SkHBII' HMftH hir.ln .1.... wt.h nil I rk—I lo Mrmb.Fi 14111. lion. •. in I Haixl Conoprl . > ._. lot.. They linked up wlUl AnierUan llivisinii to win. i. LhC3 iiall '" + mlto* Ihw I —Reuter Theyll Do It Every Time ; ^Ve PLAVEtTS KIC< IF THE SROJNPKEEPERS I OVERLOOK; A PEBBLE ON TWE 6&ASS--" /'M'MM-I 60TTA \ ( BE CARBFUL-A <* ( ItHil IT HOLLOW ) OUT HER*.' y —By Jimmy Hatlo He/IOOK AT THAT )J SORRV; ) PIECE OC CONCETTI. 1 V SHE-rLL \ SAIL CO0~? TA<£ A I SET OUT H* B/"P BOUNCE ON IT V? VICULtM N' BRAIN A 6UV-^y\ CLEANER. I THEN BETAIEEW /^ INNIN6S "/ THEV LEAVE — TWEiR 6L0VES WHERE SOMEBOW CAt, SREAK; A .;—, LE6 ON 'EM *-r •**-/ • i-. SUMMER TIME SUITS Call in To-day and inspect iir raH0 ot Tropical Suiting. Spcciilh Selected I.M your cnin[i.: t in this a/.ir.ii vrnthtr. REASONABLY PRICED TAILORED TO .'LEASE Ivrn <>>•< I" i""*l the Club -Ul bt 1 Stimlij. 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