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Sw ~mber 23
1950 ;

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U.S. Sugar Supply
Guestion Settled

LUNDON, Sept. 22.

CZARNIKOW’S MONTHLY SUGAR REVIEW

of the United States sugar supply says that

the position is apparently settied for the remainder

of this year, and that the question now is whether

anything will be made available from the recent

Commodity Credit Corporation purchase of almost
537, 000 Spanish tons from Cuba.

— it can be recalled that
» of the purchase the United

= ‘
Machinist | old > tes Government intimated that
jit would make available to other
Th T th le , ries on the basis of the pur-

e iru

price, any excess which
ABOUT OAKES KILLING

rrise after her own needs
-overed, Distribution in the
OAKLAND, CALIF., Sept. 22
A 31 year old machinist whose

at the



might

United States of this purchase al-
ready accounted for more than
328,600 tons leaving over 150,000
for reserve stock and possible dis-





bar-room talk set off a fresh in- posal to non-United States mar-
vestigation of the 1943 unsolved | Kets,

murder of Sir Harry Oakes in the But the review pessimistically
Balerons was “telling the truth”,! Doints out that even in former
ye Nassau pclice official said to-| years when the harvest com-
day. “As far as I am concerned,|inenced around the turn of the

Edward Majava is telling the
truth”, said Augustus Roberts, As-
sistant Police Superintendent at
Nassau, as he made ready to fly
back to the Bahamas. !

year, an end of the year balance
of a mere 150,000 tons would have
been considered little enough,
whatever the prospective size of
the new crop

DemesticHoarding

Roberts said that the investiga |

tion would continue but he de-
clined to say what the next step pee ;
would be. The review reports a good deal

of underlying nervousness regard-
ing price trends despite the cur-
rent tight supply position and the
peeclingss of certain buyers to pay
a ces for the meagre prompt
supplies available.
The stntisties position however
is artificial. Only two months ago
the margin between the general

Meanwhilu Majava who told
Police “a Florida society woman”
told him who bludgeoned the
Canadian mining magnate to death
in his Nassau mansion was re-
leased from gaol.

Judgment on a arunk charge
filed against him last week was
suspended in court and the police | world market supply and the
withdrew their hold order. As he] then indicated demand was suffi-
left for his Oakland home Majava j vit presage declining values,
said that he was glad to be free. | Dc e hoarding was mainly re-
The names of the society woman, | spCus...e for the change and any
the alleged killer and the woman j reduction in hoarding would soon

Ce eee

to whom he had repeated the jiia elf felt by contraction in
story were given fF Majava. | ; 'd market demand. This

‘ te 2 | could only add to the somewhat

Count Alfred L . \%rigny then | hesyv suoply position indicated in
Oakes son-in-law s tried for |the ing season, and provided
the murder of Si fy and ac-| that there is no worsening of the
quitted. Later hig Wife Nancy | world situation. would encourage
Oakes had the!; ‘marriage an-| doubts as to Whether even the
nulled. substantial discounts shown in the

Majava, a nervous little man told
the police that he kept silence
under telephone threats of death.

—Reuter.

world contract in New York, suffi- |
ciently reflect the true position. °
—Reuter.

1,500,000 .Germans
WEST VIOLATE | Died In Red Camps

‘ CHARGES U.S.A.
POTSDAM PACT WASHINGTON, Sept. 22
SAY E. GERMANY

The United States intends to
BERLIN, Sept, 22.

charge Russia with permitting the
deaths of 1,500,000 German war
prisoners in Russia concentration





The East German Government camps.
to-night officially appealed to the The Government officials said
German people particularly in the

that the American delegation to
the United Nations General
Assembly will accuse Russia of
this in backing up the demand

Western zones to organise nation-
al resistance against any remili-
tarisation and aggression. An offi-

cial statement read to-night to fi tial i igati

_ «re artia stigation of the
heads of al) foreign diplomatic cea eee i i
missions accredited to the East eee eee

German Government by Foreign | ee Nan. (Reuter.) !
Minister George Dertinger, charg- ae ,

ed the three western powers with |
“continuing their open violation |

of the Potsdam Agreement.”

19 DIE IN TANGANYIKA
BUS ACCIDENT

statement si
iatement said DAR-ES-SALAAM |

A further “by re-+

inforeing their troops in Sermany -

the three Western powers ac- ) _ Sept, 22.

complish the far-reaching act of | Nineteen people died and 20

military intervention and endan-j Ere serious y injured | when a|

ger world peace and all peace- | motor bus carrying 52 people}

loving nations ” |rolled down a precipice after get-
i ting out of control on a winding |

German people wi'l never re-| hill. in a remote part of Tangan-|
cognise Western dec’sions andj yika to-day.

measures which serve only war; Killed and injured were all Afri-
preparations and contradict Get-|cans. It was Tanganyika’s worst |
man national interests. The Ger-|ever road accident. The road
man people insist on a Peace|the bus was going was from
Treaty on their unlimited sov-j Songer to Njombe, nineteen miles)
ereignty and the withdrawal of | away in the far southwest of the |
all oceupation troops as laid down territory which is known as one|
in the Potsdam Agreement. {of the most difficult in Tanganyika |

—Reuter —Reuter



VYSHINSKY WALKS OUT
ON GOVERNOR DEWEY

* ee s |
At United Nations Dinner
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. |
SOVIET FOREIGN MIN‘STER Andrei Vyshinsky
walked out last night when tl.e Governor of New York
Thomas E. Dewey, told a United Nations dinner party
that Russia had millions of slave labourers.
Vyshinsky said nothing as he left the dais and went
out with his delegation. Jacob Malik, the Soviet delegate
to the United Nations, was immediately behind him.

a alee seal As Dewe:
departed from his

Russians Reply To to remark: “I must say that I,

» am complimented by the with-|
British Prote st drawal of those who plot a des-
BERLIN, Sept. 22

tructive world war. The Soviet
Soviet authorities in Berlin to-|Foreigr Minister declined to talk
day replied to the British protest

to correspondents as he strode;
over the Berlin border incident |from the banqvet hall \
when Soviet troops moved the Dewey said that it would be}
zonal barrier 150 yards into|folly to ignore the fact that the
British occupiéd territory Soviet Union has 10,000,000 to

The Russian reply has not been | 15,000,000 people. living in slave)

saw them leave, he









| sveel





W. German
Consuls Get
(New Powers

BONN, Sept 2
The Allied High Com mission
today transferred new “s











pow n
West German Consulates abroad
which had hithert> been reserved
t 4 : m

o ‘the Allies. The High Com-
‘mMssion annouaced that it had
tg1ieed to authorise Federal Re-
GuUb-c consuls abroad -to issue
FR er r - >

ecera passports ta Germans
resident in countries where these



con s have
sccredited.



been or are to be

Hi herto these Germans have
had to apply to the permit offices
of the Allies Combineé Travei
Board which provided them with
temporary travel ¢ iments. The
issue of Federal passports

mde token shortly, the






ean
announce-

men* said and will begin at the
three Consu’ates in London, New
York aid Paris

The High Commission further

agreed to transfer to Federal Con-
suls the power of granting to non -
Germans entry-visas for
Germany.

The competence of the Consuls,
will not extend however to civil-}
ian and military personnel
gagei in the occupation of
Germa y by the United States,
Britain and France, nor to mili-
tary occupation personnel of other
Allied powers participating in the
oecupation of Western Germany.

The Allied High Commission}
permit offices have hitherto alone
been competent to grant visas to
non - Germans wishing to enter
Western Germany.

—Reuter.

Berlin Police

War Ends

BERLIN, Sept. 22

Berlin’s police war fizzled out
to-day when the Allied High Com-
mission court here released six
People’s police found guilty of
“inadvertently straying into West
Berlin armed with former Wehr-
macht weapons.

The six police who pleaded not
guilty were sentenced to the time
they had already spent in West
German cells —- four,...days-—-and
immediately released after the
verdict was pronounced.

Following the arrest of these
six East Sector
West Berlin police began hostage
reids which resulted at one time in
77 police behind cell doors.

47 East Sector police who main- |

tained a two day hunger strike
in the West Berlin police head-
quarters were this morning re-
leased,

It was expected that 26 West
German police seized in the Easi
Sector would also get their free
com back to-day.—Reuter



Allies Liquidate
| Six Steel Works

BONN, Sept. 22
The Allied High Commission

Western}

en- |

police, East and,

[imi
ie
lf



|

| FIRST picture of Princess Eliaabeth

and Princess Anne.

1

CR. RALPHE BUNCHE,

| of Count Folke Bernadotte,
| Peace Prize.

| Advocate Hurricane
Relief Fund |

For Antigua



| Amt. previously acknow
ledged Li x $6,353.08
Christ Church Boys’
School 7.20
Staff & Pupils of Good
Shepherd Boys’ School 4.12
B'dos General Hospital
Nursing Staff 28.60
S. A, Forde 5.00
St. David's Boys’ School 6,27
Total $6,404.27



GREAT FUTURE
IN AIR TRAVEL
Says Aviation Ministry

LONDON,

° si Sept. 23
The Ministry of Civil Aviation
today forecast. that within the

next few years 500 miles an hour
jet airlines and intercity helicop-
ter services would be in regular
peration

The Ministry, in its
1948-49 published
The progress of



report for

today said,
few industries
can re in tempo with that
ae by Civil Aviation since the
Ww

“It seems certain
international routes in the next
few years, we will see the intro-
duction and an increasing use of

that on the



pnd her two children, Prince Charles

Express.

Dr. Bunche Mcanded
~ Nobel Peace Prize

$ ‘ OSLO, Sept. 22
an American who was acting

United Nations Mediator in Palestine after the assassinatior
was to-day awarded the Nobel

three
took

+ Dr. Bunche
Palestine

negotiated
armistices after he

‘ever Count Bernadotte’s work an.

temained in Palestine
,| fighting was over

He returned to the United State:
i April 1949 to resume his post
a® Director of the United Nations
Trusteeship Division from which
he had gone as a int to Count
Rernadotte until the Swedish Red
Gross Chief's assassination,

He was awarded’ the Nobel
Peace Prize by a special commit-
tee gelected by the Norwegian
Parliament—the Sorting After
the conclusion of hig mission in
Pale ‘President Truman offer-
fae unche an. appointment a
Assistant United States Secretary
of State. This would have given

until the





|Dr. Bunche at the age of 44 one of

the highest American Government
posts ever attained by a negro
He declined the offer He was
reported to have said he was un
willing to expose his family to the
‘jim crow” atmosphere of racial
discrimination in the United States
capital. Later he wrote an article
in an American magazine, bitterly
attacking the segregation of
negroes in Washington
—Reuter

Swedes Hunt
Spies Among
40,000 Refugees

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 22.
Swedish Security police to-day
bagan a spy hunt among 40,000
refugees living in the country
following the arrest of three Poles
for sailing in forbidden waters.





voday issued regulations for the} ‘et powered aircraft with tro
liquidation of six great West! speeds of up to 500 m.p.h. while
German steel combines. at home, a promising future is

Allied officials here explained foreshadowed in some years time
that the breaking-up of big) for the helicopter on intercity
combines had been delayed be-) journeys,” A
cause the Allies wanted to keep 7 — Reuter.
decartelisation in step with re-

organisation of vhe steel industry.
Now that plans for »eorganisation
were taking shape it was thought |
to be a good time to begin the

process, :
Today's instructions were e€in-
bodied in three regulations. The

first provides for | quidation of
six of the 13 major concerns of

| Western Germany.

The second requires the man
agement of each of the six to
name liquidators by September
30 and empowers a combiner
group to remove and 1p
point liquidators as they think fit.

In. the liquidation ef coal assets |

lthe Allied coal group must be
consulted.
The thrd regulation alsp pro-|

vides for vhe tying up of the
cecartelisation of the steel indus

try with that of the coal industry |

underway
—Reuter

which is already

BRADLEY PROMOTED

WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.
President Truman today pinned

prepared text} 0 the shoulders of General Omai i month 1

Bradley, Chairman cf the Ameri-
can Joint Chiefs of Staff, the fifth
silver star General of the Army,

the highest military rank in the
United States.
General Bradley's promotion

gives him equal rank with Gen-

eral Dwight Eisenhower and Gen-

eral Douglas MacArthur
—Reuter.





P.A.A. Order
18 Planes for $21m

|
A
|



MIAMI, Florida, Sept. 22
$21,000,000 order for the
purchase of 18 four engined

Douglas D.C. 6,B. planes for
| delivery in the Autumn of 195i,
| has been placed by Pan American



World Airways

These planes, faster than the
} models of the original D.C. 6.
| the Independence), eventually

would replace most D. C, Fours
,; (Skymaster) which were not in
use in Latin American rounds,
officials said to-day.

} — Reuter.

—_

REDS PLASTERED
CONSULATE WALLS |

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 22

Security police stated to-day
lha definite information indic w
‘ing that when the Argentine Con-

sulate wall was plastered last
with anti-Peron slogans it
{was the work of Communists

| The announcement was appar-
ently made in answer to comments
by the Buenos Altres paper Critica
saying that neither the Govern-
ment nor the people of Argentina
believed the report according to
which blame for the outrage was
put on the Communists

| -—Reuter



The Swedish Aliens Commission
worked with the police in a big
check up. The three Poles were
found in a high powered motor
boat in a military forbidden area
near Nynaesshamn south of Stock-
holm, The boat carried charts of
the Baltic showing Soviet naval
bases and entry channels to the
principal” ports of Lithuania,
Latvia and Stohenia, police said.

Three men came to Sweden a
refugees and were allowed to
live there. Two of them said they
had their wives and ehildren in
Poland. The police said three
men. were found yesterday in a
forbidden area which Sweden last
month complained had been pho-
tographed by Soviet naval attache
Dimintri Larichey during a holi-
day cruise. Earlier this week
Sweden asked the Soviet Embassy
to withdraw two minor officials
she said had been found in the
forbidden area during Swedish
Army manoeuvres.—Reuter.

Rearmament Will
Not Affect Exports

LONDON, Sept. 22.
Britain assured the Ministers of
nine Commonwealth countries
meeting here that her rearmament |
programme will not materially pe
feet exports to Commonwealth
countries. Since economic con-
ditions were likely however,
to change quickly, assurance could
only be considered valid for the
near future, Ministers were told

—(C.P.)

Guns

Truman Willi
Veto Anti-Rea |
Measure









WASHINGTON, Sept. 22
President Truman will veto th
subversiv ‘orntrol Bill passed b
‘ wd Whit
ior § es to-day Congres
‘ to start a holiday
ue ready to pass the Bill ovey
his veto and } until No
ember 27. The wi hite House Pres
secretary said velo messag

vould A sehA te ay

The Tfouse of Representative
ed the Bill this week and th

n both case
well beyond thre

led to overrid

signed to make th
wpon Com
the ferced regis







of Communist organisa
fons and their fronts t also pro
ides for the establishment in an



ymergency of camps
subversive elements

The President was understood to
oppose the measure on constitu-
ional grounds,



for suspected

—Reuter.

Lange Supports
Defence Force

OSLO
Foreign

Sept. 22

Norwegian Minister

Halvard Lange to-day told Par-
liament that he backed the princi,
ple of a united defence force in
Europe, but doubted if it would

Norwegian
joint com-

be practicable for
units part ina
mand

Lange. who was speaking on
the internation tuation and de
fence had just returned from the
North Atlantic Pact meeting, in
New York on a four-day
Norway to confer on the question
raised at the conference

to take



Lange told Parliament: “Our
geographical situation raises spe-
cial problems for us which make
t necessary to consider most care-

fully to what extent it would be
practical for us to take part in
joint forces, I hardly think that
there ean be any doubt about our

\ttitude to the principle of a unit-
«| force. A formula for German
sartiéipation must Be found which
fives a strong fue
the resurrection of
tarism.”



German mili-

He said however that it would
not be right to oppose German
icipation in principle, since it

was principle which must be con-
idered at this stage
—Reuter.
|
|



15 Years For
Wartime Spying

trip to

antee against |




Wreak Havoc

| On Reds

e TOKYO, Septemver 22.
"PLANKS today lumbered up to support two. col-

umns of American Marines driving towards
the heart of Seoul. Two columns are expected to
link up in the centre of the city later today.

Marines rammed home the attack after crush
ing strong Communist resistance in the southern
suburb of Yongdungpo.

Reuter Correspondent Kdward Wilisou with a
leading assault force said that Marines were within
three quarters of a mile from the heart of the city
combing out snipers. An estimated 8,000 North
Korean troops deeply dug in, faced a Marine as-
sault force, Reuter Correspondent John
reported from another sector of the Seoul frout

French Units

Are Cautious
IN INDO-CHINA

Colless

He said that bitter fighting was
forecast, adding that Seoul might
not be fully occupied for days

MacArthur’s Headquarters an-
nounced this morning that Am-
erican forces last night entered
Suwon. 18 miles south of Seoul
The town is the junction of two

b * i ao all weather highways running

French Ante Rane horth southward to Taegon and Kum-
west towards the fallen Foreign |°20" on the direct route between
Legion outpost of Dongkhe, near the Inchon beachhead and the
the China border were believed | United Nations forces in the
on Friday to be feeling out cau- southeast corner of the peninsula.
tiously the strength of Vietminh| Marine reinforcements for the
Communist guerillas there. They |battle of Seoul landed at Inchon

had not yet reached the burnt out |this morning and = immediately

town, the French spokesman said.|moved up to join southern pincer
The French lost it on Monday |forces in the assault on the city
after two days fighting in which This force slffered compara-

200 French
tand to the
Other usually reliable

Legionaire made a

last man,

tively heavy losses while battling
through Yongdungpo a suburb on
French |}the south bank of the Han River
sources were not sure th a t/yesterday. This morning they took
Dongkhe was the primary objee- | off over a military bridge thrown
‘ive of the geurreat Curmniunist over the river

operations



Laokay, 120 miles west of

) Dongkhe is still menaced Long Range Mortar
Vietminh guerillas are mass- : ‘

ing in the srugged “mountains Early today North Korean long

around Pakha at the east end of |'ange mortar bombs landed on
mare of defence posts defending |Kimpo airfield about 10 miles
Laokay. northwest of Seoul on which the

Laokay on the Yunnan border,}Far East Airforce Combat Cargo

commands the Red River valley

as iv Command has been landing sup-
communications from China to the

plies for the Inchon beachhead.

French held Tonkin Delta rice Operations continued through-
owl Reuter, lout the bombing, Communists
| i later deflected their fire over

52 U.S. SHIPS ther United Nations rear areas

but did little damage.
Big guns were, softening v

IN THE MED.

Seoul defenders for the mare
| Se: 96 wreaking terrible havoc among
LONDON, Sept, 22. |communists, Five hundred were

Fifty-two United States war

; “di » barrage alone,
ships were in the Mediterranean killed in one bartage alone

iren to-day, the largest concentra American artillery men spotted
won ul American sea powei | about 1,000 Communists massed
assembled there since the second | on high ground west of the city

vorld war near the Han River. They poured



GRENVALE, Tennesse, Sept, 22.

Alfred Dean Slack, American
chemist, was today sentenced to
15 years’ imprisonment for “war-
time pying for Russia.” Slack
pleaded guilty last Monday to a
spying charge and begged for
merey, The Prosecutor asked for
a 10-year sentence. Judge Robert
lL.. Taylor, sentencing him to 15
years, ignored the recommenda-
tion. He termed Slack's espionage
activities “shocking.”

Slack who linked with British
atom spy Klaus Fuchs was arrestec

in June. Government charged that
Slack conspired to supply Russian

agents with secrets in the manu-
facture of high explosives,
—Reuter,

U.S. Jet Fighters On
Non-Stop Flight

MITCHELL FIELD, New York
Sept. 22
ide » American Air Force je

figh s equipped to refuel in the
air were off the east
Latrador to-day on a
nene«et flight from ?
the United States

coast oO
3,400 mil
gland |

Reuter.





Admiral Conolly, Commander-|} jn devastating shell-fire, “It was
r-Chief of the United States naval |the artillery man’s dream,” one
forees in the Eastern Atlantic | gunner said Hundreds of Com-

, uid Mediterranean said that the|}munists continued to surrender,
terce of 46 combatant vessels and| many in batches of 20 to 30.

ix fleet auxiliaries included | Korean civilians are also co-oper-
he 45,000 ton aircraft carriers ating with marines leading them
Midway and Coral Seaand the |to Cornmunist hiding places and

7,500 ton cruisers Salem, Albany,

identifying Communists dressed in
Des Moines and Colombus.

civilian clothes,














a a ~—-Reuter. —Reuter.

9:

GILBEYS :

SpanishWi Wine |
- . ! Maintain the {

Sanietde

the

Bye Indies i}

; for the ;

past fifty



N. Zealand Dockers
Go Back To Work

WELLINGTON, New Zealand,
Sept. 22
Dockers resumed work in New
Zealand’s Ports today after a 10
rike which began here ove
for handling lampblack.
toppage spread to all New





Gover nment ,are to




These

GILBEY’S

|





nd ports on September 15,

the is, having videned to
d a general wage rise.

1 ettlement reached|

ssterday between shipowners and
cers, representative of the

Royal Commis
ui aspects, of New
waterfront industry

Zealand’s

a ae
Sons 352

—Reuter,

‘Sherlock ‘Holmes’ Fails To Solve Mystery





published labour under conditions which!
British armed troep: to-day |+mount from torture to death.
remained on guard over the bar- As Dewey began his speech a;
rier facing Soviet armed ruards | murmur was heard in the aud-,
three yards away jience. As He conten there,
Last Tuesday Soviet guards|was applause from a large part
pushed the barrier into what faq be the 1,500 diners SUSSEX, Sept. 22
always been considered the British | i Five Magistrates here today
sector ; After VÂ¥shinsky rose and strode} decided that a real-life Sherlock
British troops were rushed to|towards the exit, Dewey con-| Holmes had failed to make out a
the spot tinued his speech. | good enough case to bring Thom-
Since then Genera! Bourne,} He said that the Republicans, as Stillwell, a labourer to trial fo
British C mandant here and;were behind the proposals of the | a two year-old murder
Chief Soviet Representative Den-| United States Secretary of State, Private Detective Tom Ja



g on the}Dean Acheson for dealing with
{future aggression in the world.

-—Reuter.



gin have been negoti
subject.
—Reuter

kept probing the stra
27-year-old Joan Woo

a wood here after the



official

police had dropped the case.

Joan's father who hired Jacks
to hunt his daughter’s killer had
Stillwell arrested on a private
warrant—the Seen time in
legal history that such
a thing has he appe ned in a murder
case

The magistrates including two
had listened all week to
evidence from 35 witnesses in



Brita

wome!



the 17th Century Courtroom
here. Through the windows they
could see the turrets of the his-
toric Arundel Castle—in whose
shadow Joan waS raped and then
strangled

Spectators in the crowded
courtroom stood cl ying and
cheering as the Chai i of the



stillwell
lleagues

Magistrates disci ec
saying that he and his cx





were unanimous that there a
not enough evidence to jus stify
trial

Stillwell wt found the girl's
corpse d porte it to the
police si I ar 1 frec
man, after tw us of bein
pointed at r t about
can begin to forget is horr

—Reuter

appoint a
sion to inquire oa






& SHERRY

You can enjoy
them again in

greater quantity

°
GARDINER AUSTIN & Cn., Lid.





PAGE TWO







= pact gay OE

HE following telegrams have
been exchanged between His
Excellency the Governor and the
Commanding Officer, H.M.S
“Sparrow” :—
From the Governor :—
“Good luck and best wishes to
you and ail ranks H.M.S

“Sparrow”.
From the Commanding Officer
H.M.S. “Sparrow’’:—
“Many thanks for
message”’,

Accountant Ends Holiday
R. DAVID SLINGER, Ac-
countant of the Grenada
Branch of Messrs Bovell and
Skeete, returned home on Thurs-
day by B.W.LA. after spending
about ten days’ holiday. He was
staying at the Ocean View Hotel

Off To The U.K.

your kind

SSING through here on
Thursday on the ss. “Gas-
cogne” on his wa » England was
Mr. W. L. Lec sf Georgetown,

British Guiana.

He has been granted a British
Council Scholarship for one year
to study landscape architecture at
University College, London. While
in the United Kingdom, he said
that he will be working on the
Festival of Britain Project whieh
will take place next year.

In British Guiana, Mr. Lee is
Supervisor of Municipal Parks,
Street Trees and Cemeteries.

of

Denta! Student
M* DANIEL RAMESAR
San Fernando who took his
pre-dental course in Canada, is

now on his way to England to
continue his studies in dentistry
at Liverpool University.

He was an intransit passenger
on the s.s. “Gascogne” on Thurs-
day evening from Trinidad where
he had spent his summer holidays
with his parents, Mr. Daniel
Ramesar, Jeweller of San Fernan-
do and Mrs, Ramesar.

To Study Accountancy
R. JONATHAN J. BROWN of

the Crown Solicitor’s De-
partment, Trinidad, has just gone
up on the s.s. “Gascogne” to

England where he has been grant-

ed a scholarship under the aus-
pices of the Colonial Office to

Study accountancy in London. He
expects to Se in the United King-
dom for about two years.
From Venezuela
M* and Mrs. Martin Hersch
of Caracas. Venezuela, were
arrivals on Thursday evening by
B.W.1.A. for about two weeks’
holiday and are staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

| BY THE WAY... 2 pscchconte

NOUGH gin to fill a night club

has flowed under tables

since Lady Cabstanleigh burst all

over the London of the "twenties
like an over-ripe melon.

It is now being said in those
holes and corners where gather the
scum of Mayfair, the riff-raff of
the Riviera, the sweepings of the
cosmopolitan . hotels, that is
great roaring rose of English
womanhood has written the story
of her social triumphs and degra-
dations, And all her friends and
enemies are waiting to scan the
index for their own names as
eagerly as a hungry bison waits
to pounce on a bit of beetroot. The
publisher’s first question was, of
course, “What well-known people
are you mentioning?” Whereat the
tarnished harridan shoved at him
a type-written list of fashionable
names as long as the tongue of
Arabat, The publisher rubbed his
dirty hands and grinned.

of a Title

HAT title?” asked the affable

ghoul, “A Backward Glance,”
said the mammoth hostess, “Not
sensational enough,” commented
Beelzebub’s gift to Letters, ‘The
Glittering Treadmill,” suggested
old Mount Horrible. “Too high-
brow,” riposted the pride of the
Academies. “Me And Who Else?”
ventured the deplorable barrack
in human form, “That's better,”
vouchsafed Uncle Beastly.

In Search

Aceglamortrom bonettes

HE still lingering prejudice
against women trombonists

was expressed forcibly the other
day by the Chelmsford Town
Band, It is a surVival of Victorian
days, when girls of good family
eloped with their trombone teach-
ers. Even George Sand thought
the trombone unfeminine. She
was holding one on a winter's day

ATOMIC
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London Express Service.

Honeymoon Couple
Leaving
R. AND MRS. Henry Zerpa of
Venezuela who were spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados
will be returning home to-day by

B.W.LA. They arrived three
weeks ago and were staying at
the Hotel Royal,

Mrs. Zerpa, the former Miss

Maritza Jimenez, was a former
student of the Ursuline Convent.
Her husband is a draughtsman em-

ployed with the Venezuelan Gov-
ernment.

Wireless Operator
At Piarco

R. HUGH BLACKMAN, Gov-
ernment Wireless Radio
Operator at Piarco, Trinidad, ar-
rived on Thursday afternoon on
the SS. “Gascogne” for three
weeks’ holiday which he will spend
with his mother Mrs. Isabel Blagk~
man who has been ill.

They are both guests of Mrs. Lu
Joseph-Hackett of “Carlton” Hen-
ry’s Lane.

Back To Martinique -

R. LOUIS CROCQUET, Mana-
ging Director of Garage
Americain in Martinique, returned
home on Thursday night on the
S.S. “Gaseogne” after spending a
week’s holiday. He was staying
at Enmore Hotel.

B.G, Planter Here

R. EDWARD C. BROWN of
Plantation Diamond in Brit-
ish Guiana arrived on Thursday
by B.W.I.A. on a visit and is
staying at the shepaiweisi Hotel.



when de Musset tried to embrace
her, He got entangled in it and
nearly strangled himself. “Can’t
you put it down?” he shouted.
“How can 1?” she cried, “My
left arm’s caught.” A flirtation,
as Marivzux _once wrote, under

Re For A Week

CHARLES SMITH of the

i "tn avian Church in Anti-
gua, arrived on Wednesday and
the Rev. Peter Gubi, Chairman of
the Moravian Board in the

Eastern West Indies arrived yes-
terday from Trinidad.

They both will be remaining
for one week and are staying at
“The Manse’, Country Road, the
residence of Rev. and Mrs.
E. E. New.

After Summer Holidays
M*® LAWRENCE BANNISTER
and Mr. Joseph Drakes, two

tudents at the University Col-
lege of the West Indies, returned
16 6Jamaica on Tuesday by
b.W.1LA, after spending vhe sum-

mer holidays with their relatives.

On Caribbean Tour
M* CECIL GILBERT of the
firm of Smith and Walton
Ltd., London, arrived here on
Wednesday by B.W.1.A. from
Jamaica on a ten-day visit and is
staying at the Windsor Hotel.

He is making a tour of the
Caribbean in the interest of his
firm.

For Another Week

R. M. Bareant of B.W.I1.A.

Ltd. Trinidad and Mrs. Bar-
eant who were holidaying here for
the past week, expect to remain
for another before returning home.
They are staying at the Hotel
Royal

Put Son To School

M* and Mrs, H. Clarke of
Trinidad arrived over the
last week-end with their son Wal-
ter whom they have put to school
at the Lodge and _ their little
daughter Wendy. They are at
present staying at the Ocean View
Hotel, but hope to go to the Crane
Hotel next week for a couple of
days before returning to Trinidad.

Mr. Clarke who has been to
Barbados on several occasions, is
Assistant Drilling Superintendent
of Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.

For Two Weeks

RS. P. P. COLLINS whose

husband is in the Real Estate
business in Trinidad, arrived on|
Thursday afternoon on the SS,
“Gascogne” for two weeks’ holi-
day. She was accompanied by her
two children Peter and Margaret
and they are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Alcazar of Maxwell’s|
Coast.

conditions becomes ridicu-
lous. So does music, as Gounod
said to de Vieuzac. Visitors to
Coppet are still shown Mme. de
Stael’s trombone with two mouth-
pieces, one for herself and one for
Talleyrand,

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1. On which
planet are
scie i tists
sure life
exists ? (5)
3. What part of
d file. ite
into the
henadie (4)
8. What could
be the mother
or father ot
amule’? ¢
10. What is the
martial air
played
on the bag
pipes (7)
11. Wheat is the
latin word
Tor I ar
present
(5)
14. Who was thie
rascal monk?
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6 What ts u
synonym tor
humble? (4)
V7. What is the
last letter of
the Greek
alphabet?
(5)
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21. What is the antonym of waxing ?}i3. What word is both an anagram
(6) and antonym of untie? (5)
a Which Norweginn dramatist/i6. What fantastic pallet, named
wrote “ A Dolls House”? (5) after a great Italian violin
244 You know of Pepys’s Diary, but virtuoso, was based on the
do you knoW What position ne} legend that the devil guided
held in the communit a>] his bow? (8)
DOWN 118 What Kipling character was
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Us mn writing-parer manu-|/20 What extends from Cape orn
., facture’ (7) to Panama? (5) +
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form ? (5) women? (4)
4. An officer in Turkey (3) :
5. What is Xenon (3)
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In this paper, Couper suggested that benzene had the ring
Shortly afterwards the German chemisi

revolutionary.
structure vhich is accepted today.

|

Archibald
Scott Couper

a Scottish chemist, was one
of the earliest workers on
the structure of
compounds. | In
when only 26 years old,
Couper, who was studying |
in Paris, submitted a paper
“On- a New
Theory” to the
Academy of Sciences.

orgarite |

1858,

French
It



the delayed publication of Couper’s paper, was acclaimed throughout the

Kekulé published a paper proposing exactly the same structure and, through i
!

scientific world as the discoverer.
Born in Kirkintilloch, Scotland, in
student at Edinburgh and Glasgow U

disappointment at his lack of recognition, covmibiele d to break his spirit, a

from the age of 27 he took no further ac
life. It was not until sexeral years

1892 that a group of scientist

discoveries, and rendered homage to this loug-neglected

genius.

1832, Couper started his carver as a
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The Universe, 8.00 a.m. From The
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23, 1950



U.S. Journalist
Expelled From
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, Sept. 22

The _ Czechoslovak Government
today informed William Oatis 36-

year-old Staff Correspondent in

Prague of the Associated Press of
America that he was no longer
“Persona Grata,” and asked him

to leave Czechoslovakia by Sep-|!

tember 30

Oatis who arrived thre ng require
three ciated unale inked porters to cerry

ago to take charge of Associated
Press activities in Prague after
the expulsion of his two prede-
cessors here, called at the Foreign
Ministry this morning.

He said afterwards that the
official at the Press Department
said: “You are no longer ‘Persona
Grata.” Your behaviour has been
such as not to justify prolonging
your accreditation. This is not
a measure directed against the
Associated Press, It is directed
against you personally.”

Oatis said that the official did
not give any further reason for
his expulsion but said! “you know
why.” Western Correspondents
in Prague must call at the For-
eign Ministry every quarter for
renewal or some overlooking of
their credentials —Reuter.

Business Good; No
Time For Politics

By IAN FRASER ¢

NEUSS, Near Duesseldorf.

Sept. 22.
Hasso Von Manteuffel, former
German Panzer Army Command-
er and now export manager of a
small screw factory told Reuter
here to-day that his business was
thriving far too well for him to
have any spare time for politics,
still less to hatch plans for a new

German army.

Manteuffel, who commanded
ex-Field Marshal Gero Von Rund-



stedt’s Panzer army in the 1944
German counter offensive in Ar-
dennes, made this statement in
denying a Warsaw radio report}
that he had made an agreement
with General Anders to include
remnants of the Polish Free Corps
in a future West German army.
Manteuffel however admitted
that he had written an open letter
to Chancellor Dr. Konrad
Adenauer last winter about rais-
ing an army of 30 divisions but
he said that since then “really I
have hardly given any of these
matters a thought.” —Reuter.

U.S. Stock Market
Highest In 19 Years

NEW YORK, Sept. 22.
The New York stock market
today soared to its highest peak
for 19 years as a result of the
partly inflationary factors and
partly because United States’
economy has been producing at
record high levels. The demand
for goods and services is expected
to continue indefinitely, authorita-
tive sources here indicated today.
Order books already crammed
with civilian orders are expected
to bulge still more when Ameri-
can mobilisation swings into top,

gear. —Reuter.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| Removal By Butler Prime

: Minister ?

( Eiitekate |...

! PORT-OF-SPAIN
| SINGAPORE Mr. Mitra Sacha legal ad-

The RAF recently conducted ajviser to the Butler Party, and a
furniture delivery entirely by air|member of the new Legislative
Ito a remote village in Borneo, Air| Council told pressmen on Tuesday
{Headquarters announced. The|that “Inasmuch as the party,
}Government wanted to establish a|compared to any other single
|European District Officer at Pen. | sroup, will be having a majority
sianyan, close to the Indonesian of seats it is not too much to pre-
border—a journey which would| dict that with the help of the In-

weeks through densest| dependents it could form the nu-
cleus of a machinery that would
So the} 8° to form the Government.”

Commenting on the _ successes
ained by Butlerites at the Polls,

r, Sinanan considered the results
as a good omen.

During the campaign he was the
propaganda chief for the party. He
said six, and possibly seven
b (counting in Mr, A. P. T. James
of Tobago) successes for the But-
lerites at the Polls out of a pro-
jected field of 17, represented, al-
though short of the mark, not an
altogether unimpressive record.

Mr. Sinanan said “Mr, Butler as

leader of the party in the House

sm ’ ; ai
Se ene eee eet, Henrietta, | May yet become the Prime Minis-
Seh. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Phyllis Mark,|ter if Buflerites stick together as
Bop. poe. eee oe a nea a team, ‘1 certainly do not expect
Harriet “Whittaker, "Sch. Emmanuel °C. any deterioration.
Gordon, Sch. Cyril! E. Smith, Sch. Gar-

denia W., Sch. Zita Wonita, M.V. Carib-
bee, Sch. Mary M. Lewis.

supplies and equipment.
{RAF packed 1% tons of furniture
stores and medical goods into «
Dakota and parachuted them into
a tiny clearing on the river bank
near the village. All the goods
arrived safely.





Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay



Transport Services
DEPARTURES
1c eae saath, Tor Seana. "| Drop £20m In U.K.

Schooner Timothy A. H, Vansluytman,
tons LONDON, Sept. 21.

76 tons net, Capt. Stoll, for Antigua.
2 Britain’s huge state run Trans-
In Touch With Barbados | port Services lost £20,800,000 last

A year, it was announced on
Coastal Station

Wednesday night. The British
‘Transport Commission in its an-
Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.» nyal report
advise that they can now communicate

said the loss was
with the following ships through their | £16,071,429 more than in 1948. It
Barbados Coast Station:— was spread over the vast Trans-
Reser’ aghites,, 8S. Rio Orinoco, §-8-| port network taken over by the
Townshend, 8.8. Lady Rodney, S.S, Jane| Labour Government from private

Stove, SS. Abraham Lincoln, M.V./ enterprise.—(Can. Press)
Dolores, S.S. Poly Trader, S.S. North
Star, M.S. Muel Heimruhr, 8.8. Wallowa,

The Weather





1,000 Votes Rejected

(From Our Own correspondent)

TO-DAY N et os coe ate teens
. Rises: ear y P votes are reporte
oan a 5.59 a.m. to have been rejected in the pre-
Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m. liminary count in_ the district
Moon (Full) September 26 around Paradise Pasture, San

Lighting : 6.00 p.m. Fernando, South Trinidad, where

High Water: 1.54 am., 2.22 there were more than 60 boxes.
p.m. Rejects in the first four boxes
YESTERDAY cleared yesterday totalled 109.
Rainfall: (Codrington) Nil A view is expressed that the

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.85 ins,

Temperature (Max.) 87.0°F.

Temperature (Min.) 75.0° F.

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

Wind Velocity 11 miles per
hour

Barometer

count is not likely to be
pleted before next week.

15-Year Girl Missing

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A Port-of-Spain girl who has
been missing for about eight
months and believed to have been
abducted is being sought by the
police. She is about 15 years of
age.

com-



(9 a.m.) 29.979

(3 p.m.) 29.874



S.S. Gobeo, S.S. Hecuba, 8.8. Lady Nel-
son, 8.S. Lugano, S.S, Alcoa Pioneer, 8.8.
Garnet Hulings, S.S. Linda Dan, 8.8.
Petros, S.S. Esso Chattanooga, S.S. Esso
Appalachee, S.S. Chwennau, S.S. Orso-
ina, S.S. Bacchus, S.S. Sun Valley, 8.8.
Hastings, S.S. Alcoa Partner, S.S. Franz
"sen, S.S. Koll, S.S. Trevanion, 5.58.
Dolabella, S.S. Sundale. S.S. Geirvl, S.S.
Planter, S.S, Bralanta, S.S, Arctic Ocean,
S.S. Hoegh Rover, S.S. Ingleton, S.S.
Chesapeake, 8.8. Tiberius, S.S. Nordness,
S.S. Agatha, S.S. Presidente Dutra, S.S.
Ragunda, S.S, Tobias E. Stansbury, S.S.



BODY IDENTIFIED

BY FINGERPRINTS

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

Doon Harylal, whose dead body
was found floating in the Port-





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Cuthbert *kman, a chauffeur
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for agricultural work locally, he
would never had gone
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Apart from the wages being too
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bados is looked on as “scum”. In
the U.S.A. it is quite a different
story.

He was at the time surrounded

by quite a number of the crowd
who were butting in with “I
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other phrases of assent.

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} visitors from the Continent or the
eastern Commonwealth countries,
‘ty@y will see on the cliffs at St.
ret’s Bay, near Dover, the
of Britannia in flowers.

. Margaret's Bay people re-
gard their town as the gateway
t gland.

ey argue that it is the near-
est spot to the Continent, and

}it is up to them to greet the
visitors by ship and airplane with
a symbol of the greatness of
Britain

“All the people here are in the
scheme,” said Mr. H. G. Lines,
chairman of Dover Rural Council,
to-day.

“The symbol of Britannia will
be 100 feet long and 70 feet broad.
It will be on the part of the downs
which slope towards the sea, and
be clearly visible to ships passing
down Channel and to airplanes.

The site has been cleared, and
little further can be done during
the winter. We are taking ex-
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BARBADOS SD A ADVOCATE |

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BELIEVE ITOR NOT Ai HOME WITH |

a ere. | DOCTOR JOON

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1956









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IN GOUGH SQUARE, one of a number of| | HM UOT Oe $ .28 S
Barbados Building little courts Gave auns turning off London’s Tins OVALTINE SI
Society ‘leet Street is to be found the house of the (Medium) .............. 73 65 :
‘reat Dr. Samuel Jolinson. It was damaged Bottles N.E.B. BEER ....
FOR many years there has been a luring the war, but has now been fully
desperate need in Barbados for an efficient paired again, and attracts many visitors,

who can go all over it for one shilling. In

act it is probable that this comfortable mid
idle class Georgian House looks cleaner, more

idy and better polished now than it did
| when it was occupied by the Doctor himself.
| This is the opinion expressed by Margaret
| _ane in a recent BBC talk in which she de-

cribed the domestic arrangements and ae
habits of Dr. Johnson., “When Mr.
fohnson was alive,” she said, “She must have
uffered endless exasperation from his un-
idy habits and disregard for the furniture.”
intensely annoyed Mrs. Boswell, the
} wife of his biographer, by turning the can-
| dies upside down and letting the hot wax
}run on to the carpet, because they did not
urn well, “Still,” Miss Lane reminds us, “it
was a singularly happy marriage.” It was in
iis house in Gough Square after his wife’s
) jeath that Johnson set up his remarkable
jand somewhat eccentric household, several
}of whom owed their presence to his kind-
jness of heart and who, he said quar-
relled a good deal amongst themselves. “A

organisation from which people could bor-
row sums of money of various sizes for
building, repairing and painting their
homes, such loans being repayable with
interest over a period of years.

The all too prevalent illusion, that any
small-holder with good security of land
and house can easily obtain such a loan
by presenting his papers to a solicitor and
asking for the loan, exists only in the minds
of those who have never tried it.

Solicitors in Barbados have an amount
of work to do in making searches of titles
which would appear to be unduly tedious
and time consuming, and which might be
considerably reduced by some long over-
due revision of Registration Procedure.

It is quite unreasonable to expect them
to be able to quickly deal with more than a
relatively few of the many requests for
such loans.

Again, those with money to invest wish
to effect such investment in one loan,
which they wish to run full term, and are

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Bird 1950, bronze by EDOUARDO PAOLOZZI on show at the Arts Council of Great Britain exhibition
of ‘Sculpture in the Home’.

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But despite the strangeness of
the exhibits, the general effect is |









quite sensibly opposed to having a number = aes wor i tor increase ments of twisted girders, the odd curiously stimulating, In a modern | general anarchy,” he once remarked, “pre-
: a in use of substitutes appear nail or bit of flax all of which home and with modern hangings, | vails in my kitchen,”
of loans made with their ‘money, mere. pte ue haying their effect on the mold obligingly into the abstract one can see that the pieces might :
especially if the borrower wishes progress- ee eee es Yay aioe nes which are more not be wholly out of place First there was his devoted friend and
ly to reduce his indebtedness. gnty: PD in the “s p- and more frequently seen in the ks sare re : z aie
ively ture in the Home” exhibition— art of today. Human nature ever craves for) COo™panion Miss Williams, a blind lady who
This problem has not been confined to | designed to increase the popular- adornment and as compared with} made her home with him for

many years.
She ran the home for him, entertained his
friends and in many ways helped to fill the
gap left by the death of his wife. Johnson

During their searches, it must
be that the sculptors come across
strange creatures with neither
the characteristics of “flesh, fowl
nor good red herring’. Therein
seems the only explanation for
such an exhibit as that of a little
arrangement of mental knobs. and
spikes which Edouardo Paolozzi is
pleased to call a bird. Here is a
bronze with no obvious beauty, no
graceful line and no symmetry,
barring the legs which hold up the

ity of sculpture—in London con-
firms the impression.

Barbados but has existed and been long
since solved in many parts of the world,
including other West Indian islands, by the
organisation of one or more efficiently
managed Building Societies, which are
mutually beneficial organisations run for
the members, with the scrupulously fair
division amongst those members of all

the price of imported tulips, roses
and Czechoslovak cut glass bowls
to put them in, the odd statutette}
works out at a mere fraction of
the living index».,Now that the| >
days of gracious living are long| used to rise late, dine out many nights, and

since gone, these: statuettes—the| come home at any time after midnight till

size of the exhibits is limited—|~ at any. ait 8

can just about be accommodated} *WO In the morning. He had a melancholy

in the dining-cum-sitting or| horror of solitude, and Miss Williams used
to sit up to whatever hour of the night was



It is well known that for want
of a nail a battle was lost. This
adage obviously serves as the
clue to what is behind the sculp-
ture of today. So often in the
work of the younger generation
of sculptors, rusty nails protrude
at what one can only imagine tc
be strategic positions, in lumps of
Cotswold stone. The presence of

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profits. thane rusty nails one must attri- base on which the conglomeration ee often take time - oecessary in order to talk to him and drink Packed in Tins of
i ractice is to have such oute to the high prices of imported stands. It is fe | achieve acceptance. It is difficult) |. ; . - stimes comp:
In America, the p 0 ore dnisthnidhet that the attics Con It is fantastic at first to appreciate such novelties | t®@ when he arrived. Sometimes company Imperial Measure.
Societies, and the Government has set up into which the ores are manufac- While abstraction and distortion as “Bird, 1950” and Barbara| collected around him even at this hour, and
a department known as the Federal Hous- | tured are labelled for “export are the general theme of | the eee aeagotn week P| Boswell records that to be taken in to Sy +
ing Administration, which guarantees | short’ tedly one of the more peculiar bound to produce a streamlined| drink late tea with Miss Williams was an

It seems as if, for the nails and
other materials required for the
casting of metal statues, sculp-
tors are now foreed to search
bombed-sites. They pick up, or
hope to pick up there, the frag-

Sitting

loans made by the Societies, to the tune
sometimes of 90 odd per cent, such loans
being made mostly to returned GIs.

In England, there are more than 140
Building Societies, some of them with as
many as 400,000 members. These English
Building Societies are run for the just and
mutual benefit of all the members and
make intelligently considered loans on first

and least attractive exhibits. It 0% a complicated art, and just as
is characteristic of a type of mod- we have learned to take super-
ern sculpture which makes Henry sonic speeds as all in the course
Moore appear almost old fashioned of daily events, so too, no doubt,
and a seated figure by Uli Nimptseh will we learn to accept the newer

quite, quite passe in comparison. and more Startling forms of art.

On The Fence

NATHANIEL GUEEINS

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Another important member of the house-
hold was Francis Barber. This young man
was a Jamaican Negro who had come into
the Doctor’s service very young. and served
him so long and so faithfully that Johnson
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i : sroperty he possessed. Frank performed
mortgage security over real estate, but are “Intellectual group begin- “Then I will recite Pushkin in body if the balloon goes up. She , és gree Ta for Johnson— not backed by any Governmental agency. ning camping holiday, have the dark. Nobody can under- said the Russians won't bother to| "©@™'Y CVery °
y any : : » ;
7 et eo souteinkes or aoe, Pushkin except in the drop atomic bombs on the cities,} him, nursed him when he was ill, ran his { Vv 1 .1
tated | ‘ of dark, a she OUR DRY ) '
_They have become affiliated Bt AE rae tents. cooking appreciated.”— “Listen, everybody. Pack all Seana an” Waa Gale Gee ence errands, cleaned the house. The kitchen i I \
cited Building Societies of Great Britain, a fale “th. a: -catheibaden that stu aoe ere listen to 0U8 hot tidal waves which will] was for many years under the command of
: ; j ive is u S8Ci im e e en to * ‘ sy
an organisation whose objective ve the field in Sussex. Tent poles and my Ophelia. then you can tell all alive like aber 4 and boil US| Vis, Desmoulins, another indigent lady, a WILL BE CLOSED
steady improvement of Building Society penyas: have been unloaded from me if I'm going to be a greap\ * widow who was the daughter of Dr. John- ‘
ractice throughout the country. and as an y. GUTS es: Or: Ror You'll + gladyto. bear that) pnte 4 ne: - WAS 5 for
Pp & , ry _ Tall, thin men in shorts, show- I can tell you now. Back to gear, darling Poray’s still with us, |°0 s godfather. There was also Lovett,
offshoot there exists an Institute for the [ing long, (hairy legs, and open- the hotel everybody. If he had been a man instead of|a rather seedy kind of unqualified physician STOCK T AKIN( ;
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training of clerks in modern Building Soci- | adam's apples, are inearnest con- Wetter From An aoe. Pip onkan. ama 0b whose practice was among the very poor,
ety practice. f : ere aries heckinaaltod Aunt meat ration (she always feels sick | and who at times was almost destitute him- on }
In order to achieve the formation of the coloured, wooden heads. i a MY Dear Boy, eucuentenett io ne ie Beaes self. He used regularly to take breakfast .
ildi i P ‘What’s the extr ne? % & it to bite her legs ; = pr i i
Barbados Building Society the Secretary are asking. “Man Aol vomant a edie teers a ies under the table, though she with Johnson and he always ate the crust TUESDAY, 26TH — WEDNESDAY, 27TH

of the Associated Building Societies of
Great Britain was approached and his as-
sistance, in the form of verbal discussion
of the problems, and in the donation of all
the most modern pamphlets issued under
the auspices of the Building Societies In-
stitute, has been invaluable.

In point of fact, it is mainly due to the

“Woman.”

“T hope the fool can light a
fire. My feet are wet.”

“IT hope she can put up tents.
I ee stunned myself with a
pole.”

‘T’d be grateful if the creature
could boil some potatoes or open
a tin. I’ve cut my fingers to
ribbons,”

“Is that her struggling through

doesn’t suffer much as his teeth! of the rolls while Johnson ate the crumbs.
are getting long and loose.

The gardener still reads Kay} Although this household may have been
Mars, in the tool shed and is now! strange, and at times perhaps chaotic, the
earning Russian,.when he should
be lifting the potatoes. He thinks Doctor showed his humanity not only by his
he will be commissar of our] general kindness to his dependents, but by
avenue on “the day” and might an unusual delicacy in his treatment to-

have to order a Russian firing
squad to shoot us as bourgeoise| wards them. Often when he was out to

demanding the re-formation of
the Home Guard, he is concen-
trating all his enegeries on
hounding down local Communists
and fellow travellers,

As you might expect, the iron-
monger, who had a commission
in the local H.G,s, is your uncle’s
chief victim. As most people
know the ironmonger is no more

And
THURSDAY, 28TH

REOPENING TO BUSINESS

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ULL . now. rucksack’s good enou . “
: ~ + | had to bring my books” Your “wucie’ gilied (him when dodlrs mms Kashmir, witch | servant would genuinely think he had gone

The Barbados Building Society, there- Your uncle grilled ¢him when

doctors have opened a clinic.”

2 F “Books?” th ._ a‘ ie tec 1
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to say that, except for the differ-
ence in drugs and treatment, the
clinie is much the same as those in
England,

Apart from the ordinary charges| go out himself to buy oysters,

Tales, and Pushkin.”
“Yeu needn't worry about that
now. Can you put up a tent?”
“Oh, no, I nearly strangled
myself trying to do that when I

visitors. And, Miss Lane said, when Hodge,
the family cat, was ill, Dr. Johnson would
lest Frank’s

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He is also suspected of having
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i i it: roviding a « ate that on one occasion the iron- pojled rats for euri Sieh y
pee oe mm ee fr es caste Scie men won aed Sonaer wes ticingsias wismann jc rats for curing squints and 4 5
und from w peop doing that when I was in the set to pieces. Of course, your Ajso extra are spells cast on x 8
of life, who are desirous of borrowing Brownies,” ; s node wrote to Scotland Yard that yelatives and other enemies, Our Readers Say: % %
, “Bla : es. 1 you ng.
money for building or improving their | OVS afbes or open atin’ of es ° ‘ tenes formance, vary according to} ————____ % %
homes can effect loans by giving a first | bully?” : Emily’s nerves are worse than * * q % Ganee ao HERRINGS in Tins %
land and house as suitable “Oh, no. I couldn't do that. I at any time during the war. For Lacie the ‘ beneficiary Thanks For The Band E NUTS KIPPERS in Tins %
mortgage over jan might cut my violin finger,” When she is not digging a fox under the will of a rich uncle can|The Editor, The Advocate, ye SALT BLACK PEPPER x
security, and can repay such loans over a “Your what?” hole for herself in the garden have him struck dead by remote] SIR,—Please allow me on behalf of the people ARLEY in Tins PURE VINEGAR %
You see, I've brought my she lies quaking in bed, reading control for a few annas and alof St. Joseph to thank Col. Michelin for sending] % FIGS BISTO GRAVY POWDER 5}
riod of years. violin with me.” . . or a few annas and aj0 Joseph to than! 0. chelin for sending BACON in Tins PICKLED WAL
pe f CS, Pin HEL ht your violin the official A.R.P, handbook on small commission on the takings. |the Police Band on Thursday afternoon to give us CANADIAN EGGS NUTS
The time saved and the ease of proce- bees sour? ent y ’ atomic flashes and burns. When The big money is made by|a most delightful concert at Bathsheba. Captain] %
very welcome. mM she read that light-coloured specialists who can turn a garrul-} Raison and his men were in excellent form and
dure alone will be y Oh, yes. I couldn’t miss the

It is the intention of the directors of the
Barbados Building Society to take advan-
tage of the offer by the Associated Build-

tuals like you,
”

“You won't.”

ing Societies of Great Britain to become

affiliated to that body as soon as this be-

comes feasible.

Most of the commodities review-
ed in the latest issue of “Plan-
tation Crops*”’, just published
by the Commonwealth Economic
Committee, play an important
part in the Commonwealth’s trade
with the rest of the world. Three
of these commodities, rubber,
cocoa and tea, are high on the
list of Commonwealth dollar
earners but the two former were
seriously affected by. the condi-
tions prevailing in the United
States. market during 1949. In
another case, tobacco, which is
imported into the Commonwealth
countries chiefly from the Unitea
States, dollar-saving measures
have occasioned a continued ex-
pansion in supplies from Com-
monwealth sources, mainly
Southern Rhodesia

Aghopin is so

World exports of sugar, tea,
coffee, tobacco and rubber dur/ng
1949 were all greater than before
the war while cocoa exports also,
though less than pre-war, were
heavier than in 1948, The Com-
monwealth again provided the
bulk of world exports of tea,
cocoa, rubber, and its exports of
sugar and tobacco reached new
high levels.

Production And Trade

The world output of plantation
crops has increased appreciably
since the war and by 149 the
production of sugar, tea, tobacco
and rubber exceeded pre-war
levels. The quantities enterng
international trade, greatly re-
duced during the war, have also
shown a remarkable recovery

although the United States’ de-

chance of playing before intellec-

comes up I will play Chopin to

ing in the moonlight,”
“There’s no moon tonight.”

clothes are a better protection
than dark, she gave all her black
things to the charwoman (1
suppose it doesn’t matter what
happens to her) and now goes
about completely hidden in
white draperies like a ghost,
Florrie came round to tea and
told us there is no hope for any-

When the moon cerous,

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restful, so sooth-

phants has now
because the last
clinic.

London

tt

Plantation Crops. 1950

mand for some of these products

rubber, where there has been

was checked during 1949; on the considerable progress in both
export side, Marshall Aid has Malaya and Indonesia; in the
helped to maintain the supply of former country production has
sugar and tobacco to countries latterly been nearly twce as
short of dollars. heavy as at the beginning of the
Since the war there has been War and production in Ceylon

also, gre@{ly expanded during the
war, has continued on a’ heavier
scale than formerly. increase in the output of cane
sugar in both Commonwealth and
foreign countries has been sup-
plemented by a recovery in beet
sugar production in European im-
porting countries with the result
that world supplies in 1949 were
about 10 per cent. larger than
before the while the gt

an expansion in the Common-
wealth production of all the main
plantation crops except cocoa.
where disease in the Gold Coast
has been a limiting factor, but
even here output in 1949 was at
a comparatively high level. Com-
monwealth exports have increas-
ed also though there was some
decline in coffee exports in 1949

The recovery in production and

trade has been most marked for war;

ous aunt into a crocodile or rhi no-

The common practice of paying
big money for unpopular matrons
to be turned into rogue she ele-

their music was well appreciated by the large
crowds who gathered from all parts of the Parish.
We hope that they will soon come again and that
n the not too distant future we will have a good
Band Stand for them at our Community Centre
which we hope to establish at Bathsheba.
Yours truly,
L, C. MALLALIEU,
Rector of St, Joseph.

been forbidden
one wrecked the

Express Service









est developments have occurred
in Cuba and American countries,
there has been also a substantial
increase in production in Austra-
lia, South Africa, the British West
Indies, Mauritius and other Com-

monwealth countries, both South-
ern Rhodesia and Nyasaland
have inereased their production.

United Kingdom Imports
Commonwealth countries have






monwealth countries. India, Pak- supplied practically all the United
istan and Ceylon still provide Kingdom’s tea, cocoa and rubber
about two-thirds of the world in recent years, and in 1949 the
exports of tea and the output of Commonwealth’s skare of the
these countries, especially of total imports of each of these
India, has remained at a high commodities was 95 per cent. or
level. Although coffee produc- more. The Commonwealth's
tion in Brazil and ohter impor- share of the coffee imports in
tant producing areas in recent 1949 was the same as pre-war,
years has been lighter than be- about 50 per cent.. while Com-
fore the ,_ exports have been monwealth supplies of tobacco
heavier; the Commonwealth pro- accounted for 40 per cent. of the
( confined mainly to East total, as against under 27° per
é B mall but continues to cent, before the war. The United
expand Not vithstanding export Kingdom is now more dependent

Meultic t in the
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SEPTEMBER

23, 1950



In The “Soho
Of Barbados”

Nelson Street, one of the busi-
est streets in the City, is called
by many the “Soho of Barbados.”

In this street live hawkers
from Dominica, St Lucia, St
Vineent, and Trinidad. They have
come here to try their
many them were finding it
difficult make a living in their
land.

Some are doing very well here
selling fruit, which they
from their homeiand.

One St, Lucian woman told the
“Advocate” yesterday that she
hus been living in Jordan Lane
which is near Nelson Street, for
three years and her business is
the selling of oranges, grapefruits,
spices, coconuts. and mangoes.

She is one of the few that has
managed to save something for a
rainy day. Sitting on a stool and
surrounded by many barrels of
oranges, she said that she hopes

own 15




to extend her two-room house
and . build a proper counter to
exhibit her goods, She came to
3arbados in 1944 with a few trays
and $50 to start, with. At that
time she was Nving in Nelson St.

She then lived and sold her fruit
in a room. To-day after years of
hard work and a determination to
suecced, she hes her own house.

One of the amusing things for
3arbadians living in that area is
the foreign tanguage used by the
St. Luciar wk» they are quar-

relling with ich other. This
language is called patois and the
gesticulations of the foreigners is
the only c'ue to give the onlooker
an idea of what they are saying.

Waiking through Nelson Street
ones attention is first directed to
the gutters which are mostly in
a dirty condition. The hotels are
generally crowded with the idle
and many a day a tired labourer
may he seen getting a “nap” on
one of the pavements.



7 Wilis Admitted
To Probate

HIS HONOUR the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, in the Court
of Ordinary yesterday granted the
petitions of seven people for Let-
ters of Administration, and admit-
ted seven wills to probate.

The petitions were as follow:

Petition of Martha Augusta Les-
lie of Ivy Road, St. Michael to the
estate of Allan Beresford Leslie.

Petition of Eustace Maxwell
Shilstone and L. E. R. Gill, So-
licitors of this Island as attorneys
of James M. Harris and Henry G.
Harris (cum testamento annexo)
to estate of Athelstan Watson late
of Christ Church,

Petition of Florence Albertha
Reid of St. Philip to the estate
of Frederick Arthur Reid.

Petition of Lily Jawahir of St.

Michael to the estate of Gordon
Springer (cum testamento an-
nexo).

Petition of ' Charles Lindsay

Baird of St. Thomas to the estate
of Edward Arnold Baird.

Petition of Thelma Zena Hinds
of Christ Church to the estate of
Alice Louise Thalia Greathead.

Petition of FitzStanley Edgar
Gulstone of St. Michael, attorney
of FitzGerald Dacosta Maynard of
New York City to the estate of
Joseph Augustus Maynard.

The names of those whose wills
were admitted follow: Letitia
Smith, Ashton Winthrop Hunt,
Clarence Bayley, Helen Holder,
Louise Callender and George
Theophilus Pollard, late of St.
Michael, and Charles William
Christopher Selman, late of St.
George.



—

New Bank Manager

Mr. C. C. Bethell, clerk of the
Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank,
was yesterday appointed Manager
of that Bank. He fills the place
of Mr. A. L. Bailey who has re-
tired,

The appointment was made at
a meeting of the Board of
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Sixty-eight families and
Government Housing Estate at the
Pine, Mr. T. O. Lashley, Secre-
tary of the Housing Bourd,
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of houses in that Estate is
finished for the time being. It
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enclosing hedges. The houses are
built of megcrete.

The keeping of feathered stock,
sheep, goats and rabbits is allow-
ed, but no pigs can be kept. The
keeping of any kind of stock is
subject to the control of the
sanitary authorities, and any
buildings erected for stock keep-
ing purposes have to be approved
by the Housing Board.

No electricity has yet been in-

stalled in the estate. This will
have to await the building of a
main entrance road to serve

the area. The Board hopes to
have this road constructed soon,

The area is one of the coolest
in St. Michael, but yesterday’s
temperature, about 87 degrees in
the shade, had tenants hurrying
in from outdoor washing after 11
am, It did not stop ce tenant
from doing some chair caning as
can be seen in the picture which
accompanies this story. In the
picture, another tenant, a woman,
is about to cool off with a glass
of water she is being handed
through the window.

Chinese Restaurant
In Bridgetown

The first Chinese Restaurant in
Barbados wili be opened tonight
at 7 o’clock. Situated in Marhill
Street, City, the restaurant has
private dining rooms and two halls
and a bar.

The lampshades hanging in the
verandah are of oriental design
end 100 people can easily be ac-
commodated in the Restaurant.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday Mr. Maurice Jones,
Globe representative said that it
was felt that a place where the
public can go and enjoy them-
selves with a good meal was need-
ed. He felt sure that this Chinese
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AN INDUSTRIOUS TENANT at the Pine Housing Estate was caning a chair when the “Advocate”
visited the Area yesterday. Nearby a woman is taking a glass of water through the Window.

Pine Estate Houses Bytler’s Absence From
.| Trinidad Lost Him Seats

Thinks Brancker

IF BUTLER had returned to Trinidad sooner, he
have won even more seats in the Council, Mr. J.
Brancker, M.C.P., who returned from Trinidad on We
day told the Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Brancker said that the polling day was the quie
est he ever experienced, and that the average voter was
more swayed by personality than by policy.

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shops were allowed to be opened and canvassing was not

permitted within a specified distance from the

booths. The voters walked

d polling
into the booths in as orderly

a manner as if they were going into church.

Many public meetings were held
and on the eve of tne elections
tuere were continuous processions
of cars and bicycles with placards |
recommending the various candi-|
dates.

Those who voted for Butler’s
candidates, did so as though they
‘were voting for Butler himself,
with the possible exception of
those Butlerites who voted for
Mitra Sinanan as he was the law-
yer who defended Butler some
years ago.

The defeat of Dr. Patrick
Solomon, former member of the
Legislature was widely regretted
by thinking people throughout
Trinidad. He was beaten by Tang
by about 200 votes. Tang was
backed strongly by the Chinese
element and by Roman Catholics.
The deciding factor, however
said Mr, Brancker, “was undoubt-
edly the action of Government in
making available to the City
Council of which Mr. Tang is at
present Mayor, $44,000 as back
pay for City Council workers. The
money was only made available
on the eve of the polling day and
Mr. Tang in his capacity as Mayor,
took a prominent part in the
distribution.

Back Pay

“Considering the type of people
who were the recipients of the
back pay and of whom a consid-
erable number were voters in the
same district where Norman Tang
and Dr. Solomon were opponents,
it was not surprising that Solomon
was defeated.

“Dr, Solomon is clearly a man
of whom the Government of
Trinidad is afraid. He was, to-
gether with his second in com-
mand, Victor Bryan who was
returned for Eastern Counties
with the largest number of votes
received by any candidate in the
elections, the thorn in the side of
Government in the last House.

“Mr. Gomes had a comparative-
ly easy time in North Port-of-
Spain. He held few meetings and
appeared to rely on the publicity
he had obtained while in England,
as Chairman of the Sugar Dele-
The Trinidad press

strongly backed Gomes

ri
iii,

; 4gainse Duval, vang ana IWetto,

“It Was oniy in last min-
utes that bButier una Roodal
appeared to be co-operating and

tue

Koodal lost, althougn ne was a
Butlerite,

“Roy Joseph, Mayor of San
Fernando, who won trom Dr. Lee

Dental Surgeon, is one of the most
astute politicians in the Carib-
bean. In the Legislature, at meet-
ing after meeting, he would take a
certain section of the electorate
—nurses, police, peasants, or taxi
drivers—-and would sponsor some
move on their behalf, making sure
that before the end of the life
of the legislature, he had put in a
word for everybody. He then
reminded the people at election
time how he had espoused their
causes,

“To select the five members to
be elected to complete the cabinet,
lis a matter left for a free vote
of the elected members. They
would be acting very unwisely
not to select Mr. Butler and his
right hand man among the five.”

Bryan Has Good Chance

Mr, Branecker thinks that Roy
Joseph and Albert Gomes should
have no difficulty in being elected
for the Cabinet by their colleagues
and that Victor Bryan with his
previous experience in the Leg-
islature stands a good chance,

“It is anticipated that there wil!
be a great deal of manoeuvring

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|The Unhappy
| Leewards

| From Our Own Correspondent)

| ST. JOHN’S
THERE is a new name for, the

| Leewards—the Unhappy Islands

; Mr. K, W. Blackburne who be-

j came Governor of the Leewards

this week had this to say about

the new name in his Swearing-in

speech

; “In all my contacts with people | the

| in London, from what I have read
j in the English Press and in the
;jhundreds of personal letters

| which I have received since my |

appointment from people all over
the world from Malayans, from
Chinese, from Africans, from In-
dians and from West Indians, one
constant theme has been repeated
to me—concern at what lies ahead
| of me in the Leeward Islands. The
impression that all thesé people
have got is that the Leeward
Islands are—if I may use a sim-
ple word—“Unhappy”. Now I
don’t know whether this is true;
| but what does concern me is that
the outside world is apparently
talking like this about the Islands
in which you and I are living.
Because if we present a picture
of discord and unhappiness to che
outside world, we will certainly
find it harder to get the help
which we need for development
} and improvement. Goodness
; Knows, there seems to ke reason
;eneugh for unhappiness if one
reads reports about the Leeward
fares poor housing, poor hos-
pitals, to little water, inadequate
| education, poverty, and poor con-



ditions generally, and all too
little money with which to im-
| prove them, But these are mate-

}vial problems, and they can be
solved in time if there is sufficient
goodwill on all sides, if people
will only try to see the other
feliow’s point of view, if everyone
will sincerely try to do their bit
to help in their solution; in short,
if we can solve our human prob-
lems, we shall be well on the
road to solving our material ines.
people need.
Must Look Forward

And when we turn to our
material problems, let us remem-
ber that Utopia cannot be achieved
overnight; let us remember that
we must always look forward—
recriminations about what may
| have happened—or not happened
in the past get no one anywhere
and finally let us remember that
the improvement of conditions
depends on every one of us. It is
\ fashionable in many countries for
the public to sit Lack and blame





“the Government” for every ill
(1 don’t know whether if is a
national pastime in the Leeward

Islands «as well) Governments
often need criticism to spur them
on to greater efforts, and to that
extent criticism is good. But it
can be the most soul-destroying
instrument to a people if it blinds
them to their own responsibili-
ties--to the facts that a Govern-
ment can only do what it can
afford, and that hard work by all
the people all the time is the only
way to increase production and
so to enable the Government
pay for the things which
p. ple need.

$100 SHARK

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT OF SPAIN.
Jane Carter, Eastern market
vendor in Port-of-Spain had to
pay a fine of $100 for selling two
pounds of shark for 18 cents in-
stead of 16 cents.

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bados as Black Fever and what
some people are fearing as that
disease is none other than Enteric
Fever, Dr. F. N. Grannum, Acting
Director of Medical Services told
“Advocate” yesterday,

He said that only one case of
Enteric Fever had been reported
this month. This was from the
Carrington Village district. With
in recent months all contacts had
received treatment by P.M.O’s.

Up to September 16 this year,
22 cases of Enteric Fever had been
reported with 8 deaths as against
53 with 17 deaths for the cor-
responding period last year,

At this time of the year, said
Dr, Grannum, many people were
absent from work as a result of
feverish colds and bronchitis —
so-called influenza which was
due to a change of the weather.
On the whole, this year so tar
has been a healthy one and the!
typhoid returns are well below
the average





Plantation
Crop, 1950

From Page 4

than before the war but
the Commonwealth provided 46
per cent. of the total imports
(which are supplemented by a
considerable domestic production
of beet sugar).

in 1949

Trends In Consumption

Estimates of consumption show
some potable changes and con-
trasts, Thus, although in the
United Kingdom the consumption
of coffee has more than doubled
since pre-war years, it is still less

than 2 Ib. per head compared
with 19 lb. in the United States.
With the exception of South

Africa, and to a less extent Can-
ada, Commonwealth countries
favour tea, and per caput con-
sumption in the United Kingdom
is about 8 Ib.. as against little
more than % lb. in the United
States. Tobacco consumption in
the United Kingdom has fallen
since the war; nevertheless in
1949, at over 200 million Ib., it
Was appreciably greater than be-
fore the war. Tobacco consump-
tion in the United States has
msen steadily, and there has been

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SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER 23, 1956

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

ee

DIED

KING — SEYMOUR, at his _ residence,
Road, Carrington Vill
funeral will leave his late residence
today at 4.30 p.m. for Westbury Ceme-
tery. Friends are asked to attend
Mrs. Ethel King (Mother), Miss ga
King (Daughter), Carlton King (Brother,
Violet Murrell ‘Sister), (U.S.A), Sey-
mour King Wilshire
(Brother),

Son), Eustace

Marian Jones (Niece).

SIMON — IRIS, Upper Cokewore Rock,
sister of Mrs. M
da}.
Sars Rock, at 4: p.m, for the
‘ lurch, thence to the West-

SKEENE
(Dentist),

— EUSTACE, FITZHERBERT
at his residence y
. Internment took place at St.
Patrick's Church, » yes=
terday evening.
ts. Margery Skeene
Dunean Ashby and Mrs, Grdlinnh Gittens
(Sisters).

(Wife)

ir. Coiin Man desires to thank

all those who attended the funeral.



IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our Dear Mother
CLARA who passed
away the 23rd. September, 1

One year has passed since that sad

When one we loved was called away
For those she loved she did her

God grant her His Eternal Rest.
Children Eldean, Clarence (U.S.A.)

oF

Eric (Grand children), Elsie

50—1n

(Cousin.)

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Hiliman 10 h.p. 1939 model in
offer. Telephone 4137.

CAR—(1) one 1942 Dodge Car—in
condition,

Apply Cosmopolitan Garage,
Magazine Lane.

Phone 3915,

9.50—Sn

ARMSTRONG SIDDELEY
Sedan.

CAR—An

4—5 Seater inspection,

Church Street.

nec neler ieee

CAR —1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine
in perfect order.
tyres. _No reasonable offer
Apply J. H.
St. George.

ew ery, 4 new

refused .
oon Intent,

N. Jemmott,



ng pheen. 3) Small Pick:
ups, (1) Vauxhal
(1) Standard 8. ate ‘atin 8. and Vaux-
hall 10. parts, Marshall & Edwards, 48
Roebuck Street,
& 23.9.50—3n
a anes

Dodge Lorry in
The Manager,
Michael.

a)
Apply
St.

od condition.
Neils Plantation,
9.50—6n

MGFOR CYCLE—One (1)

Diaries, Broad Street.
Panne a

1% BS.A.

ELECTRICAL

Massiah Taitt's Plantation,
Phone 91-30.





WASHING MACHINF -One (1) Cana-
dian Easy Spindrier with Automatic
Spin-rinser, this Machine is new. Apply
W. B. Hutchinson & Co. Dial

17.9.50—t.f.n.
FURNITURE

FURNITURE--Dining table, dressing
and other items. Apply petwecn

“Leonor”, Worthing

table,
4 and 6 p.m.

50—2n



LIVESTOCK



HORSE—One thoroughbred yearling
Gelding, by O. T. C. out of Biretta
Apply:—J. W. Chandler, Todds Estate,

St. John, 21.9.50-—3n



MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two
St,

condition. iz
Mile Hill, Michael,

20 .9.50—3n



POULTRY

~POULTRY—White Laghorn, 3. pullets, Léghorn, 3 pullets,
2 cockerells. Phone 2900 in reply to W.
Haynes between the hours
12—4 p.m.



MECHANICAL

“BICYCLES—AIl at: All at spec cial low cash
prices — Dial 4391 Courtesy Garage.
22.9,50-

gn



IRRIGATION “TRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised piping.
Also Mill, 10 ft.

Fan, 60 ft. Tower, 2%
4038
St.
3n.

Ring
- ieee . Hill,
Micha mea an aC) ch am eager 9.

Two Mile

eee hand opera hand operated BACON SLICING
MACHINE, Apply B. V.

Ltd., a ees fi) Teen ee

Seott & Co.,
13.9.50—t.f.n.

“PUMP—One (1) 3” Bore Brass Fan Mi (1) 3" Bore proms | a asi
Pump. Bison Huston 4668



Sie Scales
© General Agency Co., B’dos Ltd., 14
High St. Phone 43! St. Phone 4517 22.9. 50—6ni

“SEWING MACH MACHINE—One Jones sew-
ing machine practically new; reason-
ably priced. Apply Mrs. L. Weather-
head, Shot Hall Cottage,

pBCALES— (500 Ib.)

Bay Street.
23.9.50—2n

“PROLLEY HYDRAULIC. J HYDRAULIC JACKS—1'2



MISCELLANEOUS

“DURALIFE CAR/TRUCK BATTER CAR/TRUCK BATTER-
an ebonite
Power and Light
COURTESY GARAGE. Dial =

eee eae —
“Fresh Stocks of SEROCALGIN for the
prevention and treatment - COLDS.
COLLINS LIMITED.
ows.) tin so, lp 9, cates
“FIRE EXTINGUISHERS —Nu-swift,, Xe
— necessary ee eee

ARAGE. Dial 435!

22,9.50.—3n,

GAS “GAS TANK LOCKING ee

Vauxhall VELOX & WYVER
$2.34. COURTESY GARAGL— fal ‘39.
22.9.50-—3n



_, CALVANISED SHEETS—-24 ‘gauge. In
Enquire
ANY, Trafalgar

15.9.50—t.f.n.

“PRAM—tLarge twin ¢ twin pram with folding
hood. Apply Mrs. L. A.
et ee? eee 95-275

9 an 10 feet lengths.
COMP.

Phone 2696.

wen
5.9.50—Sn

all leading ae -
oF cents cents for % Ib.

ROMAN “CATHOLICS, The first re-
geen by the Vatican a of the
MON’ re now
HARRISON'S “usic
23.9.50—2n

iY ¥Y)
avaliable at



~ SCHICK RAZORS—in a case complete
with 20 blades only 7/6 Excellent buy
—We carry a_ good stock of biades—
KNIGHTS PHOENIX.

33.9, 50--2n



TOASTED ALMONDS — a delicious
combination of
chocolate—made
late & selected almonds

KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
B.Y.50—2n

toasted almonds and
from the finest choco-



FOUND

FALSE TEETH—Ladies Top late on
Aquatic Club Beach on Tuesday,
— Owner can recover same by call-
ing at Advocate Advtg; Office, identify-
ing them and paying cost of this Advér-
tisemment

Sept

23,9. 50—2n


















‘| otherwise such persons will be precluded





~ TR
To be

umvitae
at the YÂ¥.M.C.A.,

Trees—
Pinfold
Street—Enquiries to be made at Chelsea
Garage (1950) Ltd. e

23.9.50—3n

te
VESTS—Ladies Vests in Silk Cotton and
Cotton and Rayon. These are different.
STANWAY STORE, as
22.9.50.—2n.

seen



. YAWL—“Frapida” approx. 37)
long with Marine engine” God

condition a
J. R. Edwards. Phone 2520.
15.8.50—T.F W.
FOR RENT
HOUSES

LARGE HOUSE & AP.
Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished.
Phone 8357. 8.9.50—t.f.n.

TANGLIN — Ba’
October onwards, monthly or other-
)- uth i Poe single

s bedsteads, children's room, din-
eo roan and lounge. Refrigerator, gar-
age, servant's room. ape% | Howe, Ring

27.8.50—1.f.n.





“HOUSE — Ashton-on-Sea. Maxwell
Christ Church, Fully Furnished. Con-
taining Four Bedrooms, Drawing ent
Dining Rooms, Verandah Overlookin«
the Sea and all modern conveniences.
Dia , 23.9.50-—Fn

PUBLIC SALES



REAL ESTATE

“BELVOIR—St. James on Seaside. Three
edrooms, usual conveniences, Garag®.

Apply H. E. Me Kar or Dial 4048,
21.9.50—Sn

USE and outbuildings
standing on 1% acres of land in Christ

* {| Church, and

WELLING HOUSE
acres of land at Enterprise, Christ
‘hurch, and adjoining the abovemen-
tioned premises.

standing on 7

The abovementioned properties will be
set up for sale by iblic Auction at
our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday 29th September, 1950
at 2 p.m.

Inspection on application Mrs.
Lucas on the premises,

WOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
20; 9.50—9n .

to



PUBLIC NOTICES



The Raffie for the at Minor Motor
Car in Aid of St. -Winifred’s Sehoo!
Bullding Fund has been ima by Ticket

Mons ticket has been lost and unless

it is pr by anyone within the
next seven days the Car will be de-
jivered to the person whose name ap-
pears on the Counterfoil of axes No.
0 9.50—3n.





THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Applications will

undersigned for acant Post of Or-
ganist at St. Saviour’s Church, up to
Saturday October 7th 1950, Salary $24.00
per month. Certificate of Health must
accompany

the

application,

Natty € Clerk, St. Biareta
22.9 .50—6:

im

an)

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Violet Roach of
Hothersal Turning holder of Liquor
License No. 874 of 1950 in respect of a
wall & wooden building at Corner of
Hothersal Turning, St. Michael for
permission to use said license at premi-
& galvanized Shop
Alleyne’s

es viz:—A board

Hall, St. Michael,
Dated this 2ist ‘day of September, 1990.
E. A. Mc Leod
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’"
Signed KENNETH HALL,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This sprticatien. | ya
sidered at a Licensing Cor

at Police Court, District A on

day the 3rd day of October 1950 i it
o'clock, a.m.

be con-
irt to oo ant

. Mc LEOD,
Police Tabataatate, out, y)
9150 in



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPBAI

.
\Equitable Jurisdiction).
JOSEPH COLERIDGE ARMSTRONG
Plaintatt.

ELSEN COSWOOD IFYLL,...Defendant,
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action itade on tHe 21st
day of Septémber 1950, T give notice w
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumprance
iffecting ali that certain piece or parcel
of land situate in the district known as
Saint Simons in the parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement eleven and nine tenths
thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands now or Jate of one
Medford on lands now or late of one
Small on lands now or late of one
Peon and on the public road or
however else the
bound and SECO) ALL THAT other
piece or parcel of an’ also situate at
Saint Simons in the said parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement two 1oods ten perches
or thereabouts abutting and bounding
towards the North on lands of one
Vaughn towards the West on lands ot
one Brooker towards the South on lands
of A. Medford and towards the Bast on
lands of one Dottin or however the same

ey

their witnesses, documents and vouchers,
te be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between tne hours of 12
(noon) and 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
at the Office of the Clerk of the Assist-
ant Court of Appeal at the Court House,
Bridgetown, before the 29th day of
September, 1950, in order that such
claims may be ranked according to the
nature and priérity thereof respectively;

from the benefit of the said Decree, and
be deprived of all claim on or against the
said property.
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 29th day of November, 1960, a*
10 o'clock a.m. when their sai claims
will be ranked.
Given under my hana this 2st day of
September, 1950.
V. GULKES,
Ag. Clerk of the’ ‘Assistant Court
of Appeal.



OFFICIAL SALE

RBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
PPEAL

Al
see ahi Jurisdiction).
JO COLERIDGE ARMSTRON:
Plaintiff.
COSWOOD IFILL....Defendant.
is hereby given that by virtue
the Assistant Court

BA

for sale to the
at the yay of the Clerk
Assistant Court of Appes} at the
Court House, ween the
ppp of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
on Friday, the first day of
December,

All that certain piece or parcel ot
the district known as
Saint Simons in the Parish of Sgnt
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement eleven and nine tenths
perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands now or late of one
Medford on lands now or late o: one
Small on lands now or late of one
Thompson and on the public road ,or

piece or parcel
Saint Simons in the said parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement two rcods ten perches
or thereabouts abutting and bound ing to-
wards the North on lands of one /aughn
towards the West on is of one
Brooker towards the south on lands of
A. Medford and towards the East on
lands of one Dottin or nowever else the
seme may abut and bound.

And if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
Ing Friday between same hours unt}
the same is sold for a sum not Jess than
(a) £50.00 (b>) £83. 6. 3.

Dated this 2ist day of an 1950,

Vv. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
23.9.50—3r,

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‘phone 4264.
and
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= Lucas St.
30 fi
A.MLE. Church,
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morning.
Christ vurch,
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THANKS
Mr. ning
Beachmont, ithsheba,
bedrooms with
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giving credit te ms wile Satria;
tinee DURANT) as i do not hold Kgs
tesponsible for her or anyone else
tracting any debt or debts in my neine



in small General Store. Apply Z F. Y. uniess by a written = oe by me.
Advocate ~~ = 9.50—2n GOULBOURNE oo

A GIRL to do Book Work. Apply in St. Philip.
person > writing. Watkins & Co., ‘ 33.9.50—m
Roebuck Street 20.9.50—4n The public are hereby

COOK—A. “a ban te ae ae —2 to eee wife un Ciorids
large household. e and 0 hold myvelf responsible for her or any-

references required. Apply P.
22 c/o 92 ¢/o Advocate Co. E 20.9

“JUNIOR | CLERK

ae ae one else contracting any debt or debts

signed by me.

et SA

St. Andrew.
22.9.50—2n

for our Lumber ” Yard
at Six Mens, St. , Peter.

Hardware
Avety wales 0 in rson.
G" CHALLENOR. ‘LtD.,

eee 80.—en.| ° The ities aliite 1948
public are hereby warned inst ,
ih ae Td as, | #tving ‘credit to my. wife Valerie Roach | 20182—Gold Necklace; Gold Ring
sistant aad of Hotel. Must| (2¢¢ VAUGHN) as I do not hold myself
be capable of assuming the duties ot| SSPOnsible for her or anyone else con- JULY, 1948.

tracting any debt or

Manageress necessary. Accommo- signea
gation “prox Box Ke. “Adve nthe ‘premises. > pply igned COLIN ROACH,
‘ate ona Kensington New .



“The public are hereby warned against
oe credit to ny, wife Eileen
8 i do not hold myself

ible for her or anyone else con-

You Lady for our

Office
also to assist with the Books.
Apply by letter stating age, experience
and salary ed.
c. B. & CO., Bolton Lane
23.9.50—n

vnless by BS written order ire: ‘Staeoe by me



SAFE-Extra large Iron Safe. Apply Signed LUTHER
to Mrs. Nellie Belmar, Winona, Maxwell Da Gosia Lana, ¥
ve te Tel. 8135. 23.9.50—5n 2.9. -
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— p.m. Landscape & Life etc. Arts & | 210B9—100 yd. Roll c. T. S. Wire
GRASS—Sour Grass to wey Dial ales Society, Queen's Park, ah 21090—Ladies’ R. G. Wrist Watch
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES 31098—Gola Ring
ON MONDAY the 25th of September, 1950, at noon and 8 pm.,| 22408—Gold Necklace and

connection with hurricane warnings. This notice is published so that
the public will understand and will not be alarmed.
23.9.50.



Vacant Post of Assistant Veterinary Officer, Department
of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.

must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, of
hold equivalent qualifications The post is pensionable and carries
salary on scale of $2,880 x $144 to $4,320. Point of entry determined | 2
by experience and qualifications.
of two referees should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture,

Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than 16th October, 1950. 21452—Gold Ring

Further details will be supplied on request. 20. 9.50.—3n

En
lations For British Council Scholarships.

1. The Council offers scholarships to overseas students,
at Universities and other educational institutions in the United King- |
dom.
2. The awards are mainly for men and women who have al-
equivalent professional qualifications. Preference is given to eandi-
dates between 25 and 35 years of age.

8. The scholarships are normally for one academic year of 1

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unless by a written ae ened es oe sores ta Bangle
in. as wale: Gold Tie

ainst | 20765—Gold Rin
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tracting any débt or debts in my name | 20814—Gold Bangle

Pendan
it is proposed to test out the five SIRENS which are to be used in| 91991—-Gold Necklace and

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Veterinary | 21356—Gold Ring
Officer, Department of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants did

Applications mentioning the names | 914)7—Gold Ring; Two Gold
Links

tenable | 21477—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Watch

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
!

UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

warned agains: =|

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On Tuesday and Wednesday, 26th and 27th September,

sold.






































NOVEMBER, 1947.
16766—Gold Ring

18535—Celd Necklace

lace and
it

20837—Gold Ring
20866—Gold Ring

AUGUST, 1948.
eet ae Ring

id Ring
208e—Gent's R. G. Wrist Watch
988—Gold

Pendant,
21222—Gent’s R. ¢: Wrist Watch

21269—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

21272—Gold Ring

21276—Gent's R- G. Wrist Watch
and strap

21335—Ma

chine
21351—Gold Watch Chair

Chrome Wrist
ae Ring
1400—Gents’ and Laides’ R. G.
Wrist Watches

SEPTEMBER, 1948.

21457—Gold Ring

21459—Gent’s Chrome Wrist.
Watch; Cigarette Case

| 21482—Gold Bracelet; Gold Ear-
rin

8s
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have | 21531—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

and Strap
21570—Gold Ring

0 | 21625—Ladies’ Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap

months or for two academic years, according to the duration of the 21646—Ladies’ R. G. Wrist Watch

approved course of study.

Subjects already provided for by other | 51¢@4—Gent’s Gold Watch Chain.

Scholarships are generally avoided, and in view of the difficulty of |21744—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Wateh;

obtaining places in British Universities, chances seem to be somewhat
in favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied in
non-University institutions. It is possible that this year consideration
may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public

finance, including local Government practice in the United Kingdom. | 9;ggg—Gold Ring
A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main~ | 21895—-Gold Ring
tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, @ ]}21

4.

grant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved
travelling expenses in the United Kingdom. The maintenance allow-
ance varies between £25 and £35 monthly according to the seniority
of the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars
are in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute to the cost..
5. holarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the
Council Representatives overseas,
6. Conditions of Tenure

(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period

to his own country at the end of this time.
(b)

exceptional cases.

A scholar must follow the course of study approved by

the Council and abide by the rules of the University or

other institution in which he is placed.

(d) Scholars may not bring their wives or families with them
to the United Kingdom.

Method of Application.

(c)

7.

Yhe British Council, “Wakefield”, Bridgetown.

These application forms must be completed and returned with
supporting documents before 6th October, 1950.

Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be

required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and may also be 22193—Camera,

required to submit a medical certificate of fitness.

make his second application in full.

8. Method of Selection.

A local selection committee will consider applications from resi-
dents in Barbados. The recommendations of this committee will be
further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the
Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chair-
manship of the British Council Representative.

The final selection will be made by the British Council in London
from among those on the short list recommended by the Area Selection

Committee. 17.9.50.—3n.

POST OFFICE NOTICE

Parcel Branch

United Kingdom and elsewhere and, also to the early arrival of large
numbers of parcels of merchandise for the Christmas Seagon, the
delivery of parcels being considerably delayed.

Pending the removal in the near future of the Parcel

that now available at the General Post Office, all persons and busi-
of the arrival of goods, either directly or through a Sank, are

requested to take delivery of their parcels without further delay.
Unless there is a satisfactory response to this appeal it may

G|parcels and return to country of origin any parcel which remains

unclaimed for a period exceeding one month.
General Post Office,
21st September, 1949.

Department of Highways and Transport

for the temporary post of ASSISTANT MECHANIC.

on or before the 31st March, 1951,
Salary will be paid monthly at the rate of $100.00 a month.

and departmental procedure and discipline.

employment and rate of pay, and may be required to undergo written,
oral and practical tests. 23.9.50—3n.

REMEMBER .....

When you order from...

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

we deliver by Motor Van
Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets.



in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return ae 21—Gold Ring

A scholar may not take paid employment without the | 22039—Gold Ring,
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in / 22047—Gold Necklace,

Penda
Further information and application forms may be obtained from | 99156—Two

A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must 39270—Hlcotric Fan



congestion in the Branch has reached a stage resulting in the;

te separate premises where the accommodation will be just double} 9083)—Gent’s

WRITTEN APPLICATIONS ‘will be received at the Department | 599g9 Gold
of Highways and Transport up to noon on Saturday, 30th September | 99879—Gold

The post is not pensionable, and the appointment will terminate 2

LSS ELLE LDL

Gold Bangle.

21820—Gold Ring

21801—Gold Ring

21874—-Gold Bangle; Gold Neck~-
lace

899—Gold
21920—Gold Ring
21983—Gold Necklet
21935—-Gold Ring
21987--Gold Ring
21961-——Gold Ring

OCTOBER, 1948
21972—Gold Bracelet,
21976—-Gem Ring.
21977—Gold Nee clet

22016—Gold Ring

22026—Gold Neckiet and Pendant,
22133 Gold Ring.

$2142—Gold Ring.
22151—Two Gold Pendants; Gold

Thimble.

£2152—Four Gold Studs; One
Gold Link; Gold Ring;
Gold Brooch,

22153—Gold Necklace and

int.

Gold Rings;
Pendant.

22163—Gold Bracelet.

£2169—Gold Pendant; Six Silver
Spoons.

2 92177-—Machine,

Gold

2202——-Typewriter.

22226—Gold Ring.
22288 Gent’ Ba. Wrist Watch

#9051tla tae Ring
930 1Gold Ring,
22294—Gent’s Gold Watch Chain.
22320—Gold Necklace.
22321—Gold Ring.
22345—Gold Ring.
?2347—Gem Ring.
22348—Gold Chain Bracelet.
22351—Gold Ring,
22355—Gold Necklace.
22359——Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch.
22387—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Watch.
2399—-Gold Ring.

405—Gold Ring.

2.
Owing to the increased use of the facilities afforde« by the | 22418—Gold Ring.
Parcel Post Service fn the transmission of mercantile goods from the | 22487—Gold Ring.

£2454—Gold Ring.
22501—Gold Necklace & Pendant.
22532—Gold Ring

NOVEMBER 1948

Branch | 22608—Two Gold Rings

22610-—-Gold Bracelet

Watch
ness houses in particular, who have received notification or advice | 22686—Gold Ring

Chrome Wrist
22690—Gold Ring
22725—Gold Ring
22795—Gent’s Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap

become necessary to enforce the Post Office Regulation relating to} 22806—Gold Ring

22814—Gold Bracelet

22815—Chrome Wrist Watch

22826—Gold Tie Clip

22834—Gold Ring

22852—Gold Ring

22860—Two Gold Bracelets

22861—Gold Necklet; Four Gold
Earrings

Ring

Stone Ring; Gem
Ring

22906—Gold

2916—Gold Ring

22931—Gold Ring

22940—Gold Chain

Ring

The appointee will be subject to the current conditions of service | 22948—Man’s Gold Watch Chain

22953—Singer Machine

Applicants should give brief particulars of experience, present | 22966—Gold Ring

22290—Gold Ring
23008—Gold Ring

DECEMBER 1948

|s0bbe—-Gene> R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
| ' 53046—Gola Ring

23057—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

& Strap

DECEMBER, 1948—(Cont’d.)
23072—Gold Ring
23075—Gold Ring
23106—Gent’s Chrome
| Watch & Strap
23119—Gold Bangle
23130—Gold Ring












Wrist

25148—Gola Nec klet
23153—Gold Ring
23165—Gold Bangle
23167—-Gold Ring
23192—Two Goki Rings

let & Pendant
23202—13 Piece Cutlery Set
23284—Gold Ring

23304—Pearl Necklace
23306—Gold Ring
23310—Goid Ring
233828—Gent’s Chrome
Watch & Strap
23345—Gem Ring
23358—Gold Bracelet
23411—Gent's R.G,
& Strap
23418—Gold Ring
23422—Gold Ring
23446—Gold Ring
23464—Gold Ring
23483—Gold Ring
23484—Gold Ring
23511—Two Gold
235238—Gold Ring

JANUARY 1949
23547—Sewing Machine
23551—Gold Ring
23552—Ladies’ R.G,

& Strap

Wrist

Wrist Watch

Bangles

Wrist Watch |

Pendant
23594—Gold Bangle
23604—Gold Bracelet; Gold Ring;

23639—Gold Stone Ring
23651—Gold Necklet;
23652—Gold Stone Ring
23653—Gold Ring
23662—Gold Ring
23663—Gold Ring
23669—Gold Ring
23698—-Typewriter
23730—Gold Ring
23737—Gold Ring
23759-—Bicyele M-2794
23770—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch
& Strap
23796—Gold Necklace;
Links
23846—Gold Stone Ring
23864—Gold Bangle
23872—-Electrie Clock
23881-—T wo Gold Rings
23904—Gold Ring
23915—-Gold Necklet
23917-—Gold Ring
239384—-Gold Necklet
24012.—Gold Bangle
24013-—Gent's R.G.

Two Gold

Wrist Wateh

and Strap
24017-—Gold Ring
Feb. 1949
24057—Gold Ring
24066-——Ladies Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap
24086—Gold Ring

24114—-Two Gold Bangles! 12-
‘Piece Cutlery Set

24130—Gold Ring

24136—Gold Ring

24145——Gold Ring

24171—R. G. Wrist Watch

24178—Gold Bangle

24186—Gold Ring

24197-——-Gent’s Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap

24216—Gold Ring

24224—Two Gold Rings; Gold

Nugget Brooch
24246—-Two Gold Baby Bangles
24275-—Gent's Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap
24316-—-Gold Ring
24324—-R, G, Pocket Wateh
24332—Gold Stone Ring
24340—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch;

Gold Ring
24343-——-Two Gold Links
—— Necklace and Pend-

an
24885—Gold Bangle
24412--Gold Tie Clip; Two Gold

Links; Two Gold Studs,
24421—Two Gold Links
24436—Ladies, R.G, Wrist Watch

and Strap
24441—Gold Ring
24445-——Gold Ring

MARCH, 1949.

24472—Gold Ring

24489-—Gold Ring

24497-—-Gold Necklet and Pendant;
Two Gold Earrings, Gold
Ring

24527-——-Gold Ring

24549—Gold Ring

24559-—Gold Ring

24602—-Gold Bangle

24620—Gent’s R.G. Pocket Watch

24625—Two Gold Rings

24648—8-Day Clock

24650—Gold Bangle

24662—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
and Strap

24678—Gem Ring

24741—Ladies’ R.G,
and Strap

24751—Gold Ring

24779—-Gold Necklace and

Pendant

Ladies’ R.G,

and Strap

24840-—Gent’s Chrome Pocket
Watch and Chain

24852—Gold Ring

24895—Gold Ring

24922—-Gold Ring

24965—Gold Necklet

24976—Gold Ring

APRIL, 1949.

24995—Bicycle — M-4961

25008—-Gold Ring

25059-——-Gold Ring

25072—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
and Stra

25090—Gold Necklet and Pendant

25101—Gold Ring

25105—Gold Ring

25119—Two Cutlery Sets

25141—One Pr. Gold Earrings

25157—Gold Ring

25182—Two — Bangles, Go!d

24822





23582—Ladies’ Chrome Wrist
Watch & Strap
23586—Gold Watch, Chain &|

| 1950, we will hold a PAWNBROKER’S SALE at our Rooms, | 25668—Gold
17 High Street, when the following items left in pledge with | 25704—-Gold
HOLDER BROS., of Swan Street, and are overdue will be Seema trol
| 25770—Gold
25776—Gold R

Ring
Bangle
Ring
Bangle
ing

25786—-Gold Ring

| 25809—Gold Ring

JUNE 1949
25842—Gold Ring

23201—Gold Bracelet; ‘Gola Neck- | 25844—Gold

25850-—Gold ny
25887—Ladies’
Strap
25894—-Camera
25901—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
25902—-Two Gold Rings

ld Watch and

SALES Ioa0 oclock,

you want a Cow?
ou have one to sell?
7 ae Want to Exchange

PP PPDPDDDDHDDDHHOH. HOHE
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i$ or

L. N. HUTCHINSON
Clarendon Dairy Farm.

1 e eOaM PHOS

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NTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA-
LAND LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)
5.8. “PORT ee Che
at Barbados September
8.8. “GLOUCESTER”

arriving

Malte Freeman-

' te August Sist, Adelaide September 11th,

Gold Ring |

a

|

‘) ward and Leeward Ista

{

24726-—Ladies R.G. Wris tWatch

Wrist Watch

Wrist Watch |

Brooc |
25193—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch —

Strap
25223—-Gold Necklace and Pen- |
dant,
25252—Gold Ring
25272—Gold Necklet and Pendant
25328—Gold Necklace
25343—Gold Ring
25382—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
25414—Camera
25417-——Gold Necklace and Pendant
25423—Gold Ring
25454—Gold Ring
25455—Gold Ring
25456—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25479—Gold Chain and Pendant
MAY, 1949
25489—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25557—Gold Ring
25568—Gold Ring
25581—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25591—Gold Ring
25635—Gent’s Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap
25644—Gold Ring

Devonport September 15th, Melbourne
September 23rd, Sydney 30th September,

Two Gold Earrings Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar-
23623—Gold Necklace & Pendant | /acos November 4th
These vessels have ample space for

chilled, hard frozen and general cargo.
Cargo accepted on through bills of
lading with transhipment at Trinidad

jor Barbados, British Sane Wind-

nds,

For further particulars apply:-——
FURNESS W

Trinidad, BW. |
and

DA COSTA & CO. L&D,,
Barbados, BW.



Necklace & Pendant |25915—-Ladies’

article can be redeemed : efcre

S:
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,,



R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
25917—Gents’ R.G.
25924—-Gold Ring

6—Gold Ring
960—Gold Necklace & Pendant
71—Gold Necklace
id Bangle
26047—Gold Necklace & Pendant
26053—Gold Necklace & Pendant
Ry R.G. Wrist Watch

26076—Geid a Ring
id Ring

Watch & Strap

260

26109—Gold Banwle
26110—Clock
26125—-Gold Ring

the day of sale.
Cash.

Auctioneérs.. . .

49th Anniversary Service

LOYAL PARADISE REGAINED
LODGE — No. 616
LLoo. F. L. U

The Officers and members of the
bove-named Lodge and Order, request
the pleasure of your company to their
Anniversary Service to he held at
QUEEN'S PARK SHED on Sunday 241!
Sept, 1950, commencing at 3.30 p.m
Membets of Kindred Locges arc
spectfully asked to attend

Hymn sheets will be

re

provided

NOTICES

The M.V.



“Caribbee” will
accept Cargo and Passengers
for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts.
Sailing Friday 22nd.

B.W.L, Schooner Owners

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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel From Leaves Due
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3.8. “TEMPLE ARCH” M/brough & ee
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8. “GEOLOGIST Liverpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct.
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel For Closes in Barbados
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PAGE EIGHT
TH
Dart NG YOU LOOK

yest Git Tueee ANO LET
Me OFT THE MEAL
TANOTHING TO 00 _



He Tried Out |
Captured
Airplames

(By JAMES STUART)

}

. LONDON.

The pilot who tested airplanes |
We captured from the Germans
during the war so that the RAF}
should know all about them has
just been appointed to command |
the RAF in Cyprus.

He is 47-year old Group Cap-
tain A. H. Wheeler, who since
the war has been prominent in
British air racing. He goes to
Cyprus with the acting rank of
Air Commodore.

For the last 20 months, Air
Commodore Wheeler has been in
charge of experimental flying at
the Royal Aircraft Estab‘%ishment, |
Farnborough, where the latest
military aircraft are tried out.

He held the same job for two
years during the war when, be-
sides flying new British types, he
tried out the captured
aircraft.

* ce *

Dr. G. S. Hislop,

ropean Airways research scientist

E- GAMBOLG

TIReEO \J

{them, more than

British Eu-



Six Are Called
Flying Mileage |
Millionaires
LONDON

| SLX London BOAC skippers
¢ laim the title Mileage Million-}
aires, They have spent, between

seven years oi
Aheir lives in the air

London-bern Captain Eric
James Finnegan, who has spent
nearly two years in the air, is

known as a Double Mileage Mil
lionaire.

He has flown more than 2,500,000
miles in land or seaplanes

The only Londoner, and one of
the few men in the world to have
made more than 260 Atlantic
air crossings, is Captain Kenneth

Buxton, who commands a BOAC
Stratocruiser on the New York
ron
Farmer to Pilot
Arctrer senior BOAC pilot

jliving in London, Captain Archi-

bald Buchanan Dykes, recently
completed 2,000,000 miles’ flying,
equal to 80 circuits of the equator

enemy | For ten years he was a Bucking-
| hamshire farmer.

London-born Captain
Gordon Blackaller, a

Stephen
BOAC

} y gy i © mo »
discloses that in three and a half| Veteran at 35, trained for a career

years 87 BEA airliners have been
hit by lightning.

But the “bark” of lightning was
worse than its “bite’’, he said.

Radio equipment is most. often
affected, though minor damage
frequently occurs to the air-
plane itself

An automatic earthing device
is being developed to protect the
VHF radio sets on BEA’s airliners

No. 3604 Fighter Control Unit
Royal Auxiliary Air Force, tel
me they have recently been “com-
pletely inundated” with recruits

Was it the {-¢hting in Korea
I asked. “No,” they said “we
rather hope that it has been in-
spired by our poster campaign in
London’s Tube stations.”

The squadron, one of the many
FCU’s who would man Britain's
radar and potting stations in the
event of war, are opening new
headquarters at Queen’s Square
Bloomsbury

They are having their summer
training at Martlesham Heath,
Suffolk, for a fortnight from Au-
gust 26. Commanding officer, Wing
Commander John Cherry, is a
London lawyer

Even with the Americans,
“push-button” warfare is a long
way off. In a pungent editorial]
recently, Aviation Week, one of
the leading aviation magazines in
the United States, said:

“The general public impression
: .seems to be that push-
button warfare is around the
corner. Despite five years since
the war and a hundred million
dollars, it isn’t even on paper!”

Why was it that America was
still fring German V-2 rockets in
tests? The United States did not
have in being any service-tested
or service-accepted missiles of
any type or range.

“What we do have are assorted
and sundry test vehicles or limit-
ed quantities of missiles that
could, with time consuming re-
work, become operational. But we
do not have any missiles with
warheads that are yet on a stand-
by basis,” says the paper,

: —(L.E.S.)



Argentina Invited
To $10,000 Games

MIAMI, FLORIDA. Sept. 22.

The Argentine’s Golders Rober-
to De Vicenzo and Antonio Cedra
are the first to receive invitations
to play in Miarni’s $10,000 football
tournament from December 4 to
10. °
De Vicenzo played in the 1948
tournament and in the Miami
apen games last season, 53 teams
are competing

$10,000 football is part of the
$35,000 programme in Miami and
Havana (Cuba).

Miami also will offer $10,000 and
there will be prize money amount-
ing to $15,000 for the tournament
in Havana in December.

—Reuter,



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OTHER NEW>:+
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HANG TWO SUITS~_ =

on the: sea, but joined Imperial
Airways in 1936, and has also
exceeded 2,000,000 miles in the air

Westminster-born Captain Wil-
liam Griffiths joined the RAF at
14 Yet another 2,000,000-mile
man, he is now a flying instructor

The sixth mileage millionaire
is Captain Clive Houlder, London
born, who planned a career
research chemist

as a

—L.E.S.

Watching Football

NEW YORK
It has happened at last. A clerk
called up his boss and said he was
too ill to come to work. And the

boss, watching baseball on hig
TV set, saw the clerk in the
grandstand,

But because the boss disciplined
the clerk, nearly 1,000 employees
of the General Aniline Corpora-
tion in Linden, New Jersey, went
out on a sympathy strike

Can, Press.

RIFLE SHOOTING

The following are the seven best
scores recorded at last Wednes-



jay’s practice of the Barbados
Small Bore Rifle Club
H.P.S.
100
Capt. J. R. Jordan ... 99
R. S. M. Marshall Ray 5) ae
Lt. C. E. Neblett ‘ 98
Mr. M. G. Tucker . ‘ 98
Mr. G. E. Marshall . 97
Mr, P. A. Cheeseman 96
Capt. C. R, E, Warner .. 96

There will be a practice Shoot
to-day.

Butler’s Absence
Lost Him’ Seats

From Page 5

cy the Capitalists to secure a

seat on the Cabinet tor VDuvati.
“Apart from tne loss of Dr,

Solomon, from the standpoint ot

the labouring section, it is regret-!

«d in ‘trinided that Mr. Jack
Kelshall against whom the on
fields proprietors were unaltera-
bly opposed to the extent of

running a candidate in the guise
of an independent, is dropped.
“The independent’s votes, added
to his 2,635, would have surpassed
the number 3,351 cast in favour

of the — successful candidate
McLean in their Point-a-Pierre
constituency.

“Considerable speculation exists
as to whom the Government will
nominate. It is felt that the Hon
L. C. Hannays, K.C., may be

replaced by H. O. B. Wooding of} picture from the “primitives”

the Political Progress

Government circles.

Gerald C

favoured in
The name of

has also been mentioned.”

Time

Group,| started painting 14 years ago after
which Group appears to be highly/ber doctor told her to give up

White,|for her advice to other
business man of Messrs. Alstons, All she would say was “Anyonc
ean paint if he wants to







THE MOTHS WILL
SHUN THE OLD ONE:
IT'S THE NEW ONE
THAT THEY'LL CHEW!








‘England Back

To Bows And >

Arrows

LONDON

There ha

bee a surprising
revival in Britain of the ancient
art of shoc & accurately with





bows and arrows, and to-day there
are several hundred archery clubs
Scattered throughout the country
Archery widely practised
during the reign of Queen Eliza-
beth, but then went out of fashion.
In London there are half a dozen
or more clubs devoted to this
pastime, popularly regarded as an
archaic one. There are many in
the counties immediately round
London

In the North of England, Lanca-
shire has ten clubs while Yorkshire
has about 16. The three rural
counties of Warwickshire, Worces-
tershire and Herefordshire can
show 13 or 14 between them, and:
Nottinghamshire has ten. Some of!
the sports sections of industrial!
firms have also taken up archery

Yew is the wood still popularly:
regarded in Britain as the only!
material for bows. But this is a
Scarce wood and therefore expen-
sive. A good yew bow
thing from £20 to £46

was

costs any-



Louis Favoured To
Regain Title

NEW YORK, Sept. 22
Joe Louis is favourite to regain
the World Heavyweight Cham-



p-onship next Wednesday, - but
imany shrewd boxing men here
are backing Ezzard Charles to win

Some boxing writers who have
seen Louis work out this week
are inclined to believe that age
has caught up with the forme:
world. champion

Louis now 36, has shown up
badly against his sparring part-
ners. His personal doctor said

to-day that Louis had a bad cold.
Whatever the reason, his work-
outs have brought no joy to his
supporters.

Dan Morgan Doyen, one of New
York’s boxing managers, dec!ared
to-day that Louis should have
started training months ago for a
title bout. He added that by the
time, the sixth round arrived
Louis would be wishing “he was
a place else”.

On the other hand Charles who
jis 29, has been impressive in
training and his backers are pre-
dicting that he will win on a
knock-out

—Reuter

oil iseaivntemles
a : s Y@
lo-day’s Cricket
The fourth round
Intermediate Cricket
j tinues today while the
of Second Division
gins.
The following are the matches:
FIRST DIVISION
Combermere vs. Lodge at Combermere
College vs. Sparta

Wanderers vs
Empire ve

of First and
games con-
sixth round
Cricket be-







at College
Cariton at the Bay
Police at Bank Hall
t INTERMEDIATE
; Cable & Wireless v
Boarded Hall
Mental Hospital vs. Empire at Black
Rock.
Spartan vs

Â¥M.P.C ,

Wanderers at the Park

Pickwick vs. Windward at the Oval

SECOND DIVISION

Y.M.P.C. vs. Police at Beckles
Lodge vs. Empire at Lodge
Cariton vs. College at

Foundation vs,

tion

Regiment vs. Pickwick at the Garrison. }

Leeward vs |

|

!

|

|

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Road





Carlton
Combermere at Founda-

Central at Foster's



“Anyone Can
Paint”
NEW YORK

Politics were forgotten to-day
in Albany, the political capital for!




,the State of New York. Instead
“veryone was trying to crash ¢
| birthday party for a poke-bon-

neted farmer's widow from near-
by Eagle Bridge.

{Mrs. Anna Moses,
as Grandma Moses
week, Grandma gets

Her name i
better known
Ninety this

£1,000 a
She

tarm work. Everyone asked he:

painters.





bber 29.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

————--

POLICE BAND
CONCERT

Conducted by

Capt. C. E. ¥
M.B.E., A.R.C
By kin ies ‘
Cot R T. Michelin
AT
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB
(Local & Visiting Members
Only)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER “24th,
4.45 p.m.



In Aid of a very deserving

Charity
ADMISSION 1/6
20.9. 50—4n

LEP OPD

PPLE LAE LEP LLL LL

Labourer
Goes To
Sessions

SEALY, a 25-year-old ee et eae
labourer of My Lords Hill, } 34: 5

is committed to the next sitting
f the Court of Grand Sessions
yesterday by Mr E. A. McLeod
when the preliminary hearing in
the case in which he is charged
with house breaking and larceny
on September 16 was concluded.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS

en that in
Club will

Notice is hereby giv

Rule 8, the

7 RIC



. from 4°
1 Concert
does

». to 6.30 p.m., for Pol:
aid of Charity.
include

not the



{ the Club as usual
By order of the Committee.

H. P. SPENCER,

Secretary.

POLES FF EPI P SF OE FOCE

3
xy

accord-
on Sunday, September

ihe Barbados Aquatic =

Bathing
es, which will be open to Members





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ata

Remember the

DANC



Sponsored by

MR, EVERTON ST
Bus Conductor

JOHN
At
QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE
SATURDAY NIGHT, 20TH
SEPTEMBER, 1950
Mi



by Mr. C. B. Browr's }
piece Orches ra
ADMISSION 2
A solid Bar
23.9.50—'r

A GRAND DANCE

will be given by

MES DAPHNE PUT! @®R 4 MISS
| SYBIL SIMPSON
‘

ELL LOLOL

O65



mn Saturduy Night 25rd
nber, 195)



CLUB SAVOY, Mason Hall St.
Kindly lent py the Manage-~-
ment)

Admission: Cen.s 4@c Ladies 36

Music by C. B. Brown's
tra

BAR SOLID Refreshinents on Sale
Please invite your friends

L.8 leaves Half Mocn Fort at
{ 6.30 p.m 3.9. 50—In

Orches-

be

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MANY PEOPLE

are buying the

“Unbreakable Pots’’



























j
see . : 19.9.50.—6n. (old t eae” Chanel i}
Sealy was arrested by P.C. in eae maar sere |
Murphy on Thursday night while, m oh 1]
he was in St. Hill Club and was h |
taken to the CLD, and there he Anthurium Lilies |,
was charged with breaking and Get a few before |
entering the house of Ida Shep- : they are all sold |
herd and stealing from it articles hie ie Eker ent AR
valued at $3.23. ena a lieictenas |
PRIVATE SHOW at St. SSS) |
Michael's Almshouse on

Monday, September 25, is included
in the programme of the Mobile
Cinema for the week beginning
September 25 to Friday, Septem-

f J
On Tuesday, September 26, the |§) AUCTION VALE
Cinema will be going to St. Lucy |§)

where a show will be given at eo re
Crab Hill Plantation Yard, ree bore oenety
Wednesday the Cinema will be at

Holder's Pasture, St. James, ee

Thursday Chapel Plantation Yard,
St. Philip and Friday, September
29, Dunscombe Plantation Yard,
St. Thomas,

HOUSE IN AQUATIC COURT
lately occupied by

J. A, ROBERTS, Esq













‘i is i TRADING CO., LTD,
Moe BLENMAN of Chap- to take place on { ECKSTEIN BROS.”
man’s Lane was fined by!) ruurspay NEXT, the 28th Sept. { BAY STREET, ;
Mr. C. L. Walwyn yesterday £3198) At 1.00 p.m. } . 19.9.50.—6n
to be paid in 28 days or two 3 Piece Mah. Morris Suite
months’ imprisonment for the un- (sprung cushions}, Mah. Coffee Se. Am Ate aie i Pn a
lawful possession of a valise on Tables, 2 Mah, Armchairs, 2 Mah. & - ’
March 6 Plant Stands, Double Mah, Bed- . . ae yos |
Mar stead with 'Vono. Spring, Mah 4 Christian Selence )
» > ‘obe with Mirror, Mah. d a \ ) |
EARS ARE PLENTIFUL these ng Table (triple Mitror) and ae
days and the trays of hawk- Mah. | Esdside, Table, att )
s are always packed with them. || T72jnled_Fress. Bedstead, Dressing wali WOM
The buyer has to know how to terior spring, Mattresses, Large ine TEN ?
3 5 aa ? ; : ST FLOUR. BCOWFN & SONS
choose these fruit as smart hawk- eee ea oS ee ' iBroba Street}
ers make a division on their trays|f}) Stave “ ‘almost new) Electric | Hourt : 10 am.—2 p.m.
into which the green and over} Toaster and Iron, 3 Burner Gas | Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
ripe pear is placed in a prominent || Cooker, Pyrex Dinner Set, Pyrex | Fridays.
position . Hawkers generally ask ) Cutiery, Ri Standard Lamp. ii jf} | 10 a.m.—12 o'clock.
eight cents for a pear regardless, §! Sa ne Cor o Sie) Saturda) s.
f size and some of them take Glevels. @ Khoda’ lslane | a st (ue oom the Bible and
good care that their regular cus-|§) Hens, Books, Pictures and many |} the Christian Science text-book,
tomers ot st. other interesting items Seience aod Heaits wita Key to
: get the best : : 4 t= Seriptures by MARY BALER
The basket, of some sellers, Ae mer “<— pai ner oe
which is usually covered with a hd *o° :
ohm ladon
piece of bag and placed at the 5 - B l¢ Visitors Are Welcome
side of the tray is the “treasure A.¥.8., F.V.A. ZwawrwTwwewww®

hole” for the pear buyer as the

| Phone 4640, Plantations Building
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WANTED



t
We require the following per
sonnel for our office:

MALE CLERK: with previous
Plantation or Factory Book-
beeping experience.

STENO-TYPIST: fully qualified
with previous experience.

FEMALE CLERK: with previous
Book-keeping experience.

Salaries for the above positions

) will depend on qualifications and

} experience. No person will be

N considered who has not the re-

) quired qualifications Applicants

) to apply in person with written
application to the Secretary:
DOWDING ESTATES &





































best are always hidden in this for | f-—— ma ee ae at a aa a oo a a eT
the favoured few. iss %
| . y “a
‘DINE & DANCE &
COMPETITION His . $
[ . 1) Song chosen composed by Basit (| % . %
YMCA Relief Fund ||} #.2% Sf ToxGunr = 3
NOW TO GOD ON HIGH BE ((\| %& ¥%
e { GLORY i% a Me
Nears $800 Mark {3} « ine sone chosen for compe W)S 3
ticn which is expected to be held 13s CASUARINA CLUB x
r Y.M.C.A4 z » at Kensington val on boxing < ) x
Fund) now stands &¢'S1080, “tie | {Dus Brecember 26.'Fwo Sliver Cups fH | % x
amount previously ac , will be awarded to First and . ( > ~ward’s
was $770 30, 7 and to thieds edden Second Choirs. Any choir or choir 1% Bertie Hayward’s g
the following contributions: Pe see eet ee a 1s Orchestra) %
ing this Competition should ge’ % I I
Organisers of Flower Sale $15.00 in touch with SYDNEY SKINNER is DINNERS & SNACKS %
Mrs. May Shannon $5.00 | C/o Churchill Ber, Baxters Rd. ~ Served throughout the a
Sympathis $ 5.00 Three dollars will be given to % night ~
Anonymous 3 1.00 \ each of those choirs part of trans- * i ~
— $2.00 | tees ee “ie 950 oS LLCO.
ee cy A |
li¢
aac ly \
I GIBBS PROVISION
y = | }
| {
NOTICE GROCERY & |
t 1
LIQUOR STORE
}
ne | ‘
Mand | oe |
J ' *
| Cheese Gonda & Edam 100 Ib 4h
Heinz Veg. Soups (57) Varieties \
2 +
y EI i ES Hams picnies Stb upwards 60¢ Ib ‘
ROZEN OV “4 lW Ab Peak Frean’s Biscuits in Tins f
Peanuts local & Foreign.. 36c Ib, §{
| Teble Butter 92e tin
Currants 29¢ 1b.
: . i Hemo 92c tin
WE will be opening uv Production a reer ae
. Choice Salted Beef -42c Ib.
_ in the month of October. Choice Smoked Herrings.. 26c Ib.
Ger. Purina Feed
APPLICATIONS will be accepted We solicit your patronage,
ri Prompt Delivery by Van or
for a number of outstanding Cycle. Dial 3115
22.9.50—4n
RETAILERS a
|
\
CCPL EPE SEEPS
to handle these Profitable and
Fast Selling Items throughout GEN | S !
Barbados

Apply in writing to:

POLAR PRODUCTS LTD.

P.O. Box 191





We are pleased to announce the arrival of

STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS

14” thick, 4 x 6’, 8’, 10’
@ 14e. per sq. ft.
TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS

1%” thick, 4’ x 12’
@ 30c. ver sa. ft.

Tempered Hardboard can be used for exterior work such as
Hoods, Door Panels ete.

Aso TILEBOARD SHEETS

Cream, White & Green
4x 4,4 x 6, @ 52. sq. ft. }
t

Ry a eee Seen ne

Phone 4267.

WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.

SSS SE EE Gaaeeaaa







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WE OFFER YOU

WOOLLENS!

in a variety of

QUALITIES!
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PINSTRIPED & OTHER

TWEEDS

GREY & CREAM®

FLANNELS
TROPICALS .

Etc.

PROPRIO SSPFPPSSI



Etc. Bte.

PRICES RANGING FROM

$2.00 to $7.98

JUST TRY US.



SLPS

Pr. Wm. Hny, St. Dial 3466

|

THANI'S }







SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2%, 1950



.««lf’s the improved
Chase and Sanborn!

‘icre words can’t describe it. You'll have to taste
it. And when you lift a cup of this new Chase and
Sanbora to your lips, you’ll exclaim with delight!
You'll agree with those who

ul “the

wal it,
can buy!”






finest coffee
Geta can

today—vacuum-packed, from

inuney

our grocer,

Printed
Liberty
Linen
36 inches
wide
Excellent for
day wear

)89










per

yd__

Printed P
Liberty

Lawns
36 inches

per yd $1.72

Cave Shepherd & (o., Ltd

10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET







THE FAMILY CAR—POPULAR EVERYWHERE
68 h.p. 6 seater saloon
THE STANDARD 12-cwt. PICK-UP
THE STANDARD DELIVERY VAN

The best value in their class to-day.

See them at.- - -
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD.

Agents, Trafalgar Street.

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PARK TWO HMtllADOS ADVOI \ I I SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER X"3" fajiib falling been en %  Commanding Officer, II M S 'Sparrow":— T "Good luck and bast you and all HMJ "Sparrow". OM Commanding Officer. H M I S,..M rour kind message". Accountant Ends Holiday M R. DAVii) SLlNOBl, AcI the Grenad;. Braodi of Maatn Hovell and %  ""*"" Thursday i>> B.W.I..S aboul !en day*holiday He •laying al the Ocean View Hot.-l Off To Th. U.K. |>ASSIN-G throm Thursd..-. eogne" on his ..,,) war Mr W I. I.. | (,. British Ouiana. He has l>een granted a British Council Schoinr-hp tat m v.-., : ttaeture ai "n. While in UM United Rfeasasosn, he Mid lhat he will be working on the Festival of Britain Projwi winch A ill udn PMC* next year in iiritish Guiana, Mr. Lev If Supervisor of Municipal Park.-. Strati Trees .ind Cen M Dental Student M il DANIEL HAMESAR of San Fernando who took hi* pre-denul course in Canada, it nOW 00 Ins way to England to ooattBUa l>is studies in dentistry .it Liverpool I'n He was an inti-msil pahsengcr on the s s. "'Gascogne on Thurs%  UK (iom TrniKi.nl where he had spent his summer holidays with his parents. Mr. Daniel Ramestr. Jeweller of San Faraananri Mrs. Hi ATGMiC R^EARCH PlEA^fi M i To Study Accountancy M R JONATHAN J I1ROWN of the Crown Solicitor's Department. Trinidad, has just gone up on the s s "GaEnglanr! where he has been granted a scholarship under the auspices of the Colonial Office to Study accountancy in London. He expect* to be in the tin I dom fi>r about two years From Venezuela M R. and Mrs Martin Hersch of Caracas Veneniela. were arrivals on Thursday evening by B.W.I. A I two wrek' holidav and :irc slaving at the Windsor Hotel. Honeymoon Couple Leaving WH AND MRS Henry Zarpa ol I are spendb k thenhoneymoon la llarbjiio* will be returning home to-day by I w.i A. They arrived three laying at • i' Hotel Roynl. Mrs. Zerpa, the former Miss M.inl/,1 .1 %  .. r tha Uraoltne I lli*r husband is a draUKhtamsin emernment Wireless Operator At Piarco M R m'l.H Hl.AlKMAN.GOVernment Wireless Radio Operator ai Piarco, Trinidad, arrived on Thursday afternoon on ss "ssasnefa*/ 1 tor three w eeks" holiday which he will spen, | %  •1 BlnOKman who has been ill They are both guests of Mrs. L. JoNCph-Ilackett of "Carlton" Henry's Lane Back To Martinique M R LOUIS CROCQUET. Managing Director of Garage Ameiicain in Martinique, returned home on Thursday night on (he bS. "Oaaeaaae" after spending u week's holiday I at Enmore Hotel. B.G. Planter Here M R. EDWARD C BROWN of Plantation Diamond In British Guiana arrived on Thursday by B W 1 A on .. visit and i> %  laying at the HasttABs Hotel Here For A Week >> %  an or BM ax Moravian Church I i Antti Wednesday an I the RaV. IVt.r Gobi. Chairman of %  .he Moravian Board in It. Eastern West Indies arrived >ca%  both will beremaining for one week and are sUtying at •The Manse". Country Road, the ri-sidencc Of Rev. and Mrs. E E After Summer Holidays M R. LAWRENCE BANNISTER and Mr. Joseph Drakes, two .: the University College of the West Indies, returned io Jamaica on Tuesday by i. n i A iftei pandial kkyi with their relatives On Caribbean Tour M l: I D tL ..ILUEHT of the firm of Smith and Walton LUL, Loaoao, aiilvasl hare on 1! W I A from %  i' licln-p %  <7i What w M naaii...in i:. AH onirei what i* \. whiiii sun i doctrtnf %  -t i ssnid i" "<" Hihit >i>rJ |a iM.u. m i and aninnvm oi untie > BBllrt. i iir^it Hanoi. icr:id thai the j-.n guided hi. i- igi B Wimt Kipling charar'.rr •*• %  i n *uIMT (Si 1 Wmi eiienda from Cape Horn to 1'anama ? fll i What i. me aroiip wm MJ Archibald Scott Coupet tSatlUk dhem i>/ thifaVhWl I tiie structun %  / orgmtk i:.>MI pOII tills. I i • WM* only .*' | CJouper, who u\i< ttitjyiitf in Paris, siihni" "On a rVfcw Tfirory" to r Academy of S was not read, MWiVffj as Ins tutor considered his tkiorift W or too ri lolutionary. In this paper, Couper suggtitt'd that fV>i structure which is accepted today. Shortly aftenrards nWGrrmi KehuU published a paper proposing exactly the same structure anJ. through the delayed publication of (Super's paper, was acclaimed thro scientiju world at ll.r autv**) Ttr, Born in Ktftinlitloch, Scotland, w ifit.Couper started his student at Ekaaaa I f, liit chronic tik disappointment at Ml '* kofm yniiion, lombined to bftmt MJ I from the age of27 lie tocknofurih 1 a,tn< pat tin ilwtm.il life. It was not \miii 1 hit aVa*M (n f\f i$o>2 that a yroup of n^atui hit discoveries, and tendered homo^t to Utii lor.^ genius. %  WE CAN SUPPLY I'hir. <'orn(Uhi*i, .. Pulled Wheat. Rolled Oala TinlUilinl ri-1lB" Itlns Susar. %  mnfr nirda Jvilm T !" eaiar Naalea .. .'--.mil. IhiWi CMatanl IViwtlri Pineapple Jam !%  fiii.pkJuh-e Tomato Soup I narnn *Sfl'ART & SAMPSON LID. )>Mir a^>*r/ ".r/ /V#ff/'f* t.ittitw ... LM QLFHE "('online and Refreshing as a Hrrath ef Spring" The Manufacture of UnMseae. FaUow Barbadians j 18 to 67e. al Y.ar I oloiiif'* l*i*o% ifIr llir Haw >l;iin ials At London Slio^ Fair CINDERELLA SHOES LONDON Raw materials from Colonial eluded In the akr-up of nearly every tvpc of c: and shoe exhumed ,1: the Pali which Thai the. has precrMn n..., ase n sMe hU. Vsa-p •* tfc* sfc !• asads freea a rrs*spaeseS> matum. leeM aasreat Seraea*. D thai week ihut im:nc 1'iiiicd Kingdom of hid** and skins from EAST gad 1 "* Africii .HI now higher than at any other time in Ihe .ind shoe One Leieeater firm making a 1.idles' kid glace shoe is using '10 ^er cent Nigerian goat IT* being -xporteil rnainlv to Empire counare the now l C MW diroueh SSW "Uy be able -o 'apb.n ho* *tr h.-, BUt I (an*: rnihr oui e/tI M-( it you Cin undi Ko nihoiii 1 if 'r I*OI> u 1 I %  ,!. BUOI h I %  % %  B.B.C. Radio Programme irrt WIUK 1ih. 1 Al The inc-U. in..!. _. The Universe. S SS .1 m. Fwrn The faiilo.nl.. %  10 a m Programme Perade. %  IS • m B-rl Of To.Ili.*-l Oftwance tot|H. B45 a.m Dance MuaK, t 90 a m. OOM Down. It Op 'Mil" The N" 111* pm Nov/a Anal**it, it II p m Joseph. Uuacant. 11 B R m IJghl Ot< Ceeetral Muaic, 1.11 p in. BaaUo NeVSTMl I SO pm AnyUuns To Pwlare. x .i |i in The Neva. I 10 p in Honir Ne" ti •'. BMlain. t 15 p m Gnflttah Cloquenee, 1 M p.m. Siariisht Hour, > M p.m. Spo.t. Review. 4 00 p m Th Ne 4 10 p.111 The Dally Service. II in JI.K Train-. Hecnid Variety Ml) 5 • pm Lialener'a Ctooice. SIS pm J-toCamme Parede, 5 30 ,. m Dance Wl(h Mt. •> SO The Nature of Ihe Umverae T 00 Ii 1.1 TVN.t... T 10 •> m New> Ait-IVMi. T.IS pm. BBC Scolllah Varlely Orrhaalia. 7 40 p.m Week I. Sport • %  IB p at. Harold Mm.nl Al The Theaue Orfan. IS pm, lUrtlo Theelre. lOOu pm The Nea. 10.10 p m. IMefhide. 15 IS |tn ryea Li rh Pacific. 10 Pm Muatc rrom The Balli-t II 00 p m Hi-.ir It Again Heirl Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure 1 Eats pelaa aeMsa Ihe haar uUftSa, dlaalsaaa. headaebaa : I ha^li ef head an* aboee ei-> iU.feelBerv7, o '-' .'om poor ala.p. loea af amiir Uli aaorsr. tnaisMtlan, WBTT> a, 'car yeur Iroubla Is proMktJ eau*> f High Blood P-eaeura. TSJo ta vaiafloui dlaaaa. thai Hutu i.-. %  aihi tbaa aaoar, haeaaoe tl i] ntpioma are so >masea and OOoaJl' itafatn tor nm elmple all meat, i m eurTer from SB of Ihaoa oymjiBSSB, four Ufa may ha ondansoead 1.1 i-*rt Trouble or a paralylte etrofca md jn, ahou'd 'Uirt Iriaimenl al nee. The *<-?>'^'-y----^-'-v'.v.v* 8 o a ao e M aaaaoea 0 it? •i.HETY iThe Garden) ST. JAMES j RtbAT — 8AT. — SIN. — II 30 P M MAT SfN. 5 PH. Warner Bros Prpsenl The Cllr ol Adventure • I J Krrol FI.YNN u "CAPTAIN lil.ddli Wilh Olivin D.IIAVIU-UJD — Lionel ATWILL I Ouy K1DIIEE — Henry STEPIIENSON and Other. V LIIB E Te-Dey. i.eo A ,36 jn d CunliiiuInK Dally MCM'siKciic.iirnnKcsa 0 sroYOrtn£U[>CSaa.. M0 KEADCD aUUTTlf ll UTRIDERS TONIGHT AT CLUB MORGAN RAV NIK The Senaa'ional Radio Star ol British Guiana Singing . THE LATEST SONG HITS DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS served throughout the Niaht O Please Dial 4000 lor Reservations IQELMcCREAiiBMOiHi, 11, II.,. • 1, ..as. KllHill ~ MATINEE TARZAN and the MERMAIDS Children — He. I.i-M..rr.. NIV. > %  Half Hour of Nweet Hone. By RAV NUNES helore the nlm THE OUTRIDERS TOOLS? OLH PHitES xnr itH.iu (HEW illlS LIST ~ You can use the same beauty care as lovely Peggy Cummins. Simply wash io warm water with the fragrant, creamy lather of Lux Toilet Soap, then rinse with cold. Pure white Lux Toilet Soap bring* out the natural loveliness of your complexion, leaves your skin feeling fresh, looking so radiantly soft and smooth. LUX TOILET SOAP • %  • THE FrUGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE flLM STARS AQUATIC CLUB IIXK.HA (Members Only) M MIS i i TODAT AT 9 F.M. Warner Bros present . "MY DREAM IS YOUKS" In Technicolor siarnna Dona DAY l-ee BOWMAN JacH CARSON W.ii Adolphe MFNJOl) Eve ARDCN S Z *. %  SAKAI.I PLAZA Theatre BRIDGETOWN SPECIAL MATINEE This Mernlnc— | SO (CHEAP PRICES) MONCKIRAM I'resents "1 FATHOMS DEEP" In Olowlni ANSCO Celer With Arhtur LAKE — Tanls CHANDLEH — Lon cnANEV TO-DAY 5.M and 8 It p m and eontlnulm Dally IT- Drug Stores Ltd. Bridsctovrn and Hastings %  PHA PHARMACY) 5 J I Ml'lltl To-Day. 4.45 I 30 p in and eontlnMlag 20th Century-Fox %  Prrsenls . LOVE THAT BRUTE Starring : Paul DOUGLAS Cesar ROM ERO Jean PETERS Kc*man WYNN HOW s To-Day and To-Mn-renr 4 30 and ff.15 p m 201 h Century-Fox Double . Rduardo CIANNELLI Onslow STEVENS IN THF CREEPER And IRE IHIMSIIN KEY Keni TAYLOR Doris DOWLINC ROYAL To-IMy and To-Mwnnv 4.It av 1.30 p SB M-G-M Double Stan LAUREL Oliver HARDY Nothing but IroubliAND Nurlhwesl Kansi-rs Starring Jameri CRAIG William LUNDIGAN Kpeetsl MM-Nile MaUnee TO-NITE Republic Whole Serial "JESSE JAMES RIDES AGAIN" Starring : Clayton MOORF. Linda STERLING OLYMPIC To-Daj Only 4.30 8.15 2mh Cenurv-Fox Houble . Robert MacMURRAY Maureen O'HARA IN Father was a Fullback Thai Night in lb WITH Don AME111E Alice FAYE



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BAH in, w si in MIIKR a. IM BARBADOS ADVOCATE r11.1 i m In The "Soho Of Barbados" mo of the bu*lii called : i live hawkt-r: %  I %  II.. t., in th, %  inahng it ,: in thnr selling trull, which U* %  rattand. %  a woman told the :hat sh%  ... ii. J. win. Ii iv dt-.ir Nrbnn S %  I %  orwifi % %  arapotrulta, spices, coeonuta and mangoes BB ..f the few that ha* %  li save something for 11 %  .1 liv many barrels of oranges, she said that she hopes i two-room house and build • proper countrr tc came to %  • %  %  few Irav. At that Netaoa St tin Inil' %  %  determination to : %  %  i . d i'v tins' i %  n U i %  ate ouaroclM languaf itnil and the ol tbt foreigners is i | vt the onlooker %  %  Walking throupn Nelson BtTM ones attention is first directed to the nutters which ure mostly in %  crowded with the idle and many a Hay a tired labourer nuv he Mn getting a "nap" on one of tie pavements. AT HOMi: The Unhappy Leewards AN INDUITRIOU8 TENANT at the Pti visited ihc Area yesterday. Nearby a s Housing F*t tronan Is taking i caning a IIK.I *u*r ef water through tin he Advocate" Window Pine Estate Houam iButler's Absence From Trinidad Lost Him Scats 7 Wills Admitted To Probate His lie IMIIII the Chief Judge. Sir Allan Colly more, in the Court %  .erday granted the K lUlons of seven people for Let's of Administration, and admitted seven wills to probate. The petitions were as follow: Petition of Martha Augusta Le*h, of IW Hoad, St. Michael to the Allan Berestord I-eslie. of Eustace Maxwell ShIlatofM Jind I. E. B. Gill, Sain %  l>l;ind as Attorneys '.: Harris and Henry O, Harris (cum tcstamejito unnexo) to estate of At heist an Walson late .if Christ Church. Petition ef Florence AllK?rtha Held of St. Philip to UM e-t..uof Frederick Arthur Held. Petition of Lily Jawahir of St Michael to the estate of Gordon (cum uatamanto an%  of Charles Undaaj %  in Hi. estate Of Bdward Arnold llnird ri of Thelma Zenn Hinds of Christ Church to the estate of Alice LoulM ThaUl Greathead. 1'oetioii of VltaSlaillOT Edgar (•ulstone of St. Michael, attorney i .ild Dacnsta Mnynard of New York City to the estate of Joatph Aufualua afaynardu The ii.lines of those WhOM Wllli % %  i. follow: I*titia Smith. A-htnn Winthrop Hunt. Clarence ttnyley. Helen Holder, dei and George TbaophUui Pollard, late of St. Michael, and Charles William Christopher Salman, ma of Qt Oaorga New Bunk Manager Mr. C. C BetheU, clerk of tho Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank, was yesterday appointed Manager of thai B;ink. He fills the place of Mr. A. 1. Bailey who has relire-'. The appointoMot wee made at a meeting of the Board of and u era now living at the log Batata at tii*-. ., Uu. of the How i Allocation of hoti > % %  iii inn I fobbed for lha Urn I* In will st„ii andin on rctaptofaan of kjtaona] ho nag I i ulni t ,nd 100 people can easily be accommodated in the Restaurant. In U interview with the Advocate %  %  urday Mr. Maurice Jones. Globe representative said that it was felt that a place where the public CaO go and enjoy themselves with a good meal was needed. He felt sure that this Chinese Restaurant would be able to satisfy the needs. Thinks lirancker IK BUTLKB had returned toTnnldrsd aoooot, be would have wn even more seats in the Council. Mr. J i 1' Brancker M.C.P.. who returned from Tl day laid the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Brancker taJd that tha polling rfan wai the quletaet he ever experienced, and thai lha i i wai -".i>'i % %  > paraonahty than by poiiL-v. No ruin shops were allowed to be opened and eanvasstriK .. permitted within a speciiu-d llatanea from |h pollina DOOttUL The voters walked into the booth> i a manner as if they wn... dng into church. ubUc aunaa ware bald aUougiy nnd on UM avi .. ivax I %  %  re i atlnu .. of ears an.l bicycle* VM.II piacarus leCOtniBendlfia UM various eandlThose who voted for IlllHai'l canriuiau-s, uid so as though they were voung for Butler himself. with the possible exception o( those BuUcrltes who voted for Mitra Slnanan as he was the lawyer who defended Butler some %  i an ssja The defeat of Dr Patrick Solomon, former member of the Legislature was widely regretted b> thinking people throughout Trinidad. He was beaten by Tang by about 200 votes Tang was lacked strongly by the Chinese cument and by Roman Catholics. The deciding factor, however s.iid Mr Brancker. "was undoubtedly the action of Government in making available to the City Council of which Mr. Tang is at praaa ul Mayor. $44,000 as back pay for City Council workers The money was onlv made available an the tea Of the polling day and Mr Tang in his ..ip %  :' ICayOl took a prominent part i n the distribution Back Pay •'Considering the type of people who were the recipients of the back pay and of whom a considerable number were voters in the same district where Norman T.n : and Dr. Solomon were opponents. it was not surprising that Solomon was defeated. "Dr. Solomon is dearly a man of whom the Government of Trirudad li afraid Be gttiet with his second In command. Victor Bryan who wu returned for Eaetorn CountieA with the largest number of votes by any candidate in the elections, the thorn in the rJdo of Government in the last Hi KM "Mr Gomes hnd a comparatively easy time In North port-of Spain. He held few meetings and appeared tu rely on the publicity he had obtained while in England as Chairman of the Sugar Oeleaatlon The Trinidad press QOBM atlg .ii KI ..> Ui it.'. i rtoodal iting and kooda] loat, alt) %  ugn i,. ma ., BuUente loaeah, Hayoi uf Ban FasnaadOi who won from Di ix'' IX-niul SurgaOJ i the most. astute politicians In the Caribbaan. In UM legislature, at meeting tfter meatlna, he would take ai certain aectlou of the electorate i, auraea, poUea, pa trivet and would sponsor move on their behalf, making sure that before the end of tit,, life id put in a i rrerjrbodj He than reminded the pmplc ,il eliction ante hoe he had espoused their cause* "To select the live members to lxelected to COmpb HI Oat it a matter left for a free vote of the elected rrranaban They would bind to select Mr Butler and hii right hand man .miong the rive" Bryan Has Good Chance rrom Our Own Cotirf HM I Una wwk had tl Hi* IH-W naiiK' >i> hU 8 "In aU my conUcls with pssspH I in London, from what 1 have read m the English Press and in the hundreds of personal letters ". % %  nt from people all -ver the world from Mala. t from In• .iul from Wost Indians, one nonet ant them*" has be"i rapaavjd to me—eonceni at Bmal of me m the Leewartl blM B that all tht i have got is that the Leewarl Islands are—if I may use a simI M Word -'•UrihappN'Now I don't know whether thai is true; but what does oDnoarn Bat is that the outside world is apparently talking like ihi about the blanch "; which /OU and I gre UVing r %  < I and unh.ippiiiesa to ,he i iiiatae world, we win n 't it herder to net UM help v Inch we need foi d< • i and improvimciH Ooodrnsi bnowi UM re Menu to I enoni[h for unh.ippiiie-U i reads reports about the Ltvward Islands; poor housing, poor hosIdtle water. made anywhere let UI remember that mprovement of conditions No Black Fever In Barbados .--.'dependa on every one ol • f.i hionable %  '! iiiiini .ii Mr. Brancker UuDlra that Roy Joseph and Albert Gomes shoulo ni'uiill.v in being elected for the Cabinet by their colleague? BBd that Victor Bryan with hi' previous experience in UM l*'g mds a good chance. "It is anticipated thai there wll' t %  oioeuvrini • f)n pane 1 it I' untrlM for Ii:. public to sit back and blame "I i Mivcrnmcnt" for • MTJ ill (1 don't know whether i'"is a ii.il pastime in the !* % %  ward irell) Qoverninanti Ofl< n Deed criticism to spur thent reatei elTorts, and to tht %  riticlsm Is good. But it can be the most i*>ul-deslroying %  nt to a people if It blinds them to their own rexponsibihtie to the facts that %  I B r i.in only do what it can %  fiord, and that hard work by all the people all the time is the onl> eras to increase production and ao to enable the Ciovcininent b pa EOT the things which the I-. pla need. ta such thing m Bari raw .,nd what %  %  %  < %  '•. %  .'.., I.. '..Ml i Acting Director the "Advocate 1 yesterday. i that only one ease of I this month This win from th Harrington Village district With itacts hnd received beegnMni bj P.MCs. %  i :ti tins veer. Intei r* ret had been with H deaths as against :>.t wiib IT aeettM r..r the corOd last year. (1 tuna ol UM year, said D 0 Bum, many people were bscnl from work as a result of teverish colds and bronchitis -ilied influenaa wrileh was. mange or the weatnei hole. UUt .ear s*. bit i ind ih PttiCPAHE rot R ST000E EOR TME\ EXRMRtTlOX MM XOUOUAh BJ '"•/ s i/ i \ \ Michh t'onccnitatcd UUHKJ I. inc and CnrWrlionoi kn Anaemia. Skin DatfanllB. I'">r CoarjDJon I I nrkhc the Milk Safplj Md rbfonglj nvonimcnoVd for preparing .innn.iU for ihrM or nil Also KOSSOl.lAN IHM 1 I R\ l>\|t IOIJI/1 l> s\l I I/lb. RAO HORSE rONIC 5 lb due to On (he typhoid • %  i .i.ih\ii.liis nun. sunns ...it t*.i. I'hinhilioii Crop, 1950 tan raie 4 than before the wai bul la iwn 'in Commonwealth provided 46 per cent oi the total imparta ire supplemei U inalderable domestic production >t bast sunari. Trends In t'oiiMiinpimn Estinulen! coiiMimption |,nw some notuble ii.. trasts. Thus, although in the Hod Kingdom UM *-*m sumption coffee nas more than —re pre-e reet it Ii st,n Una II pti head i with ID lb in the United SUMS With DM exception of South Afrii a. .mil to a less extent Cann llUl ountnes favour lea. and per cajml conm 'In United KniKtlom '-iboul H lb o anninsl little %  Ulan ' %  in %  i .M umption In the Untied rUngdom has fallen smre the war; nevertheless in I94B. at over 200 million lb n %  e. .ippie.iabl) ,:I.MI.I ||. ,,, i.,.. fore the win Tobacco onsutnpin the United Slates bin ii steadily, and there has been .. even greater increase In • ma I.i rinniatioa frapa' ISM PublMhM %  %  < nm.Iti. bunomir con,. M by H H DUiimifh .wti prir* •i Its. M as $100 SHARK Jam vendoi INmr OF SPAIN Carter. Eastern market in Port-of-Spaln hnd to ne of Slim r,. r %  ellum tWO of shark for in canu Inil cent* I'SrWVWWWAfl ,-..(, m j\ STOCK ... PURINA Ci-iuW A.MIIAI.S 4 PtHlLfK} •WMrWWAfU flrV MSTMUTOU H I.... to-.. 4 Co. Ud DRINK & ENJOY COOLINC; & HKFKKSIIIM; 23-TIN Table Cloths, Towels and Face Cloths Coloured Trrr> Towelinif joinPel V.inl Ku.r ( MIH Ea. m. n< ((il.oi KUi BATH TdWKl.s :I:I x tw. Bxk M.15 ( %  211 x 40. Kuril |LW x 44. Krh l.3 ii x .12. Bad M PLAID TABU (LOTUS in Ked. Blue mid Grrcli Bill $238 Cave Shepherd & Co. Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET '**** flying Driving thit MnMtional new M.<>. Midget U like ruiiuling the euniroU of an aircraft. The smooth. tnponMvc power of iu 1230 c.c. overhead valve engine gives you that impretikui. Cushiooed ridini comfort nude possible by in




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:< ilnrJiT *." % %  mhrr J.T SarbaJins Quorate Prirr: IVKCI'.XTS TANKS SUPPORT PRIVE ON S Guns Wreak Havoc U.S. Sugar Supply Question Settled L-NDON, Sept. 22. (^ZARNIKOW'S MONTHLY SUGAR REVIEW of the United States lugar supply says that the position is apparently seined for the remainder of this year, and that the question now is whether anything will be made available from the recent Commodity Credit Corporation purchase of almost 537,000 Spanish tons from Cuba. W. German Consuls Get New Powers Machinist Told The Truth ABOUT OAKBS KILLING OAKLAND. CALIF s A 31 yau old machinist WboM i talk set off a li.-h Investigation of the 1943 unsolved murder uf Sit Harr) 0*1 %  ii telling the truth", a NaaKii. J said too.n "As far ax I am concerned. Edward Malava Is telling the truth", said Augustus Robert*, Assistant Police Superintendent ai eady to By back to the Bahamas. Roberts ..,i.l that the Investigation WOUld continue Iml iir declined to %  nexl Mop would be Meanwhik Majava who told Police ii Flunda society woman" told him who bludgeoned thr Canadian mining magnate to death in hi! Nassau million was re' from gaol. Judgment on a drunk charge fled against him '. • w cck was suspended in court and thr police withdrew their hold order. As he left for his Oakland home Majava said that bo was glad Tba names, ol the society woman, the alleged killer and thi to whom he had repented th* story were given t Majs Count Oakes son-in-lap the murdV quitted Later Oaken had nulled ,i nervous, little man told %  'l. fl be kept silence ander telephone threats of death —Kr liter %  %  s tried ( n a and H Nancy he %  marriage anWEST VIOLATE POTSDAM PACT SAY E. GERMANY be recalled that at the |he purchase lh< I veentnent Inlk %  make evailable to other %  0D the basis of the purBOJ tn egg which might nrlse after her own iMedH 1 i %  : %  Di'triinitioii in the Si itea of this purcha a already accounted for more than $38.*fMI tons leaving over 150,000 < stock and passible disposal to non-United States market. But lh nd nf the year hnlnnre liti.OOO tons would have been considered little enough, whatever the prospective sir* of the new crap fJcniesliclfoarding The review reports a good deal of underlying nervousness regarding price trends despite the current Ughl supply position and the readiness of certain buyers to pay tuii prices fur the meagre prompt supplier available. ''he statistical posilion however is artificial. Only two months ago Ihe margin between the general world market fUppl] end the then i'"!icaed demand was surtili presage declining values Dl ...inly icp i %  the change and an> n in hoarding would soon ..... il i 11 % %  i i onl d market demand. Thl> oould only add to the somewhat : i -itton indicated in the ttt| eneoi end provided that there is no worsening or the world situation would encourage QOUbtl Bg U) whether even the substantial discounts shown in the world contract in New York, sufflntK rellcct the true position. —Reuter. BONN s I The Allied II,, % %  %  : t i which had hithari 'o the AllK, The Id ii ha I %  %  %  ...... ,.. H. herto ma* Oeetnau navg .-: % %  .. of the Allies Dot Board which proi lem|H>rary [ravel w ue ui la6V i i ' in al th" Yrrk The lii.-.i, Coawtlaslon further aprcci t suis the paw* of granting to HOI Germans entry-visas for Western Oermany The competence of the Consuls, will not extend however to ,lvillun and nsUtal gage I in Ihe occuppti< pml visas to non Germans wishing 1o enfCB .v. r, | i if nimny —ReUtrr Dr.Bunche Awarded Nobel Peace Prize Truman Will\ Veto inti-Rea IHeaxure %  %  i %  %  %  %  both race nd thn %  %  led to rwerrid %  ipon Cow %  %  i • nt in ai I The President was undi %  %  muds. —Kruter. Berlin Police IdvocateHurrkone War Ends BKKLIN. Sept. 22 Berlin's police war fizzled on. to-day when the Allied Hlffh Comniisslon court here released six People'POttee found guilty of "inadvertently straying into West Berlin armed with former Wehrmacht weapons. The six police who pleaded not guilty were sentenced to the tini" -.,,. .,.,.. rf i I they had already spent in West l,."HMJUU -IstTIIianf ';. -r. j Imnediatelv released after tlrl)i(d Iii Red Camps verdict BERUN, Sept. 22. 1 %  man Oovenuaent to-night officially appealed to the getman people particularly in the) thaV^he^AmtrVi Western zones to OTfan M ualainal resistance against any remilitarisation and aggression. An official statement read to-night to I all foreign diplomatic missions %  ccredltcd t" the East (it i man Qovertuneot b) Fore'gn Minister Genrge Uertinger, charged the three western DOWetl with "continuing their open riotafl*w Of the Potsdam Agreement .i furtbi i tatemenl mid bj reiheir trwtps in "crmany the Uiree WeetOTD powers accomplish the far-reaching act of military intervention .: peaci and all pi-ad'loving Del CHARGES USA. WASHINGTON. Sept t Tho United States intends charge Russia w itli permitting th(t i i urn German war prisoners in Russia concentration aempi The Government officials said delegation to the United Nations General Assembly will eeeUM Russia of this in backing up the demand for impartial investigation of the fide of German war prisoners in Russian hands. isui.. ) pronoonoed Following the arrest "I Ihe %  six East Sector police. I West Berlin police began fsoatage re Ids which resulted at one time U 77 police behind cell doors. 47 East Sector police who maintamed a two day buns En the West Berlin pouce bead Bj uart ari ware this raornlnj re leased. It Wai expected that 28 West German police seized In the Eas'SecUir would also git I I ,i k to-da) It^uler Ht lit f Fund Fur Antigua osi,o. Sepi DR. RAI.PHE BUNCHE. In American who was uctnu; Mediator in PaJcstine alter tin Koike Bernadotte, w;is to-day awarded the Nob< Peace PrlM. l>i Bunchv negotiated three i : i he to. o\er Count Bamadotte's work an Pali i until ih .is over. lie returned to the Unili a> April 1M9 to resume actor of the I wufteeshfp Division from which kt had gone Mrnadette until the s. Gross Chiefs assassination .%  Ftobel %  a Pi Isj 13 i pa commit %  tee seleete*) by Hie Norisesdai Paillament the S i at I'WMk President Truraan ofT*rrtT r*. Buiiclie n appointment t Assistant United B I of State. This would % %  Dr lliinche at the age of 44 ihe hlgheal Amarlean (Joveramanl posts ever attained hv Ha declln H leimi ted h %  • %  was unwilling to exi.*e his familv lo the inn i row" atmosphere • ( i icial discrimination ii %  %  tad AM capital. Later he wrote an article II an Anv rfcai '' Hacking the rgrnes In Wash ~*>ulrr • %  % %  MlM sum %  i B-aAH KS SAI.AAM S.-pl 12 Ninel.vn pMplt dMd und 30 WWt terlouv y injurad when Allies Li<|uidutc Six Steel Works ItoN'N. Sopt 22 The Allied High Con I oday issued regulations for the liquidation of six great Weal German steel combines. Allied officials >i-re expla GREAT FUTURE IIS'AIR TRAVEL Says Aviation Ministry LONDON, sapi 23 The Ministry of CIW1 Aviatioi Odaj forecast that within the "" miles an hour "terclty helicoplW be in regular Ii The Ministry, in its report for tins-4a published oday said. A few industries te npo who th*t made by ClVli Aviation since tlie 'i motor bus carrying 52 people, lht np nreBklng U p „ f b)K %  lied down %  preclpfct after get^^^ h(ld br( I ^ llived ,^_ --• -imln.1 un a wi ding cau-0 |n AI ,^ „.„„„.„ „ k ,ote part of Ta.igan(lecar eUia tion in step with reorganisation of the ateel mduaure N'ow that plans (or were taking shape It was though) to be a good tim r to begin Ing i ling out of Oaciuan peopla at*! I i In a re !. '.,%  tarn da L %  da} measure which serve only war; Killed and injured were all AfrlC0B1 %  Gcans It was Tanganyika's worst The Oer-lovei road sccldenl The road man on Peace the bus was going was i' Treaty on their unlimited so\ Snnger to NJoinbe. niiietwii miles %  ereignty and the withdrawal of away in the far southwest of the all occupation troops as laid down territory which is known as one (of the most difficult tn Tanganyik > —Reutrr —Reuter "It he .1oei i : t ol internauonaj routee m the fill see the introI 'i! use ol et powered alrerafl with 'i • hpeeds of up t. BOO m p h while Ml home, a promising future is i e i in some %  Il>l U.i t ellCOptet II Ulti |ell\ ... %  — Reuler. instruc.ot,. w i ic-l in three n | ftral provides for I qun ;ix of the IS maj... COTH Western German v. VYSHINSKY WALKS OUT ON GOVERNOR DEWEY Ai United Nations Dinner NEW YORK, S.--.1. 22. SOVIET FOREIGN MINUTER Andrei Y> nd out last night when the Governor of Mew York ii,as E. Dewey, told a United Nations dinner party that Russia had millions of aUvflj labot \'vshiti^kv said nothing as he left the dais und went out with his delenalion. Jacob Mal.k. the S. to the United N'aiions. wag immediately behind him. Kussiuns Koplv l'i British Protect ... Soviet tba British protest over the Berlin border Incident when Soviet troops moved the zonal barrier 150 yards into %  The Russian repti i is not been bed to-da, remainen OO guaiil over the bar%  way, luesday Soviet guara.. pushed the barrier Into what has always b* -ne British sector %  the spot. Bourne. British Commandant Chief Soviet Repreasntatlve Dengin have been negotiating on the subject. —laavtaf The second requites Ih. of aacb of On r.ime liquidator: 30 and empowers a : v al group lo i n ova end 'P roint liqm I at %  think nt.In the kquidauon of coal asaau the Allied coal gro;>p must bs' b The th rd ragul itton vides for Eha tyll (lecurtelisation ol trv with that i.( Ih which is already underway ~ iler. P.A.A. Order 18 Planes for $2Im MIAMI i or] la Bept 22 A $21,000,000 order for til!' i I foui sasdsaad Douglas I) C, ii B. planes for Ihe Aulumn of 1951, l.i.s been placed by Pan American %  than Ih* 1 models of the original I) C %  • II C K.HIl Id ) Which wen I TOU rids I'.I to-dajr. — Reater. REDS PLASTERED CONSULATE WALLS Swedes Hunt Spies Among f0,000 Refugees STOCKHOLM, Kept a Swedish Security pollen to-day I4gan u spy hunt among 4o,M0u i Uving In the country following the arrest of three Pules for sailing In forbidden waters. The Swedish Aliens Ood Aorked witli the police in a big cneek up The Uiree Poleg were I'.und in a high I oat m a military forbidden aVM t ear Nynacsshamn south of Stocki.olm. The boat carried charts of the Baltic showing Sow bases and entry channelt i th. 1-ineipal ports of Ijthuania Lhtvla and Stohenia. poin < %  ltd Three men came to Sweden at tefugees and ware alii Ive there Two of them said they Poland. The police said three en were found vestal •orbidden area which Sweden last month complained had be> %  | I. || gt naval atta Dimlntri I-arichcv during n holiday cruise Earlier tt Sweden askerl the Soviet Embassy to withdraw two minor official! she said had bean found in forbidden area duri-i; Swedtat Arm* manoeuvre*—Reuter BRADLEY PROMOTED Pi WASHINGTON. Sept 22. iftdeul Truman today plnnci ouJdan of Gmeral Omai Bradley. Chairman '( U* can Joint Chiefs of Staff, ihe llfth silver star General of the ArmyJ,., lt i the highest military rank in the ,,, the Id.. RIO Dl JANSmO, Bept II :..(noting that when the Argentine Consulate wa lered last Pai .logims it was ihe work of CViinmunists. %  Mi ..: % %  i Crifua As Dewc; saw them leave, he departed k "1 must say that I am complimented by tli wltndrawal of those who plot a desa-oa Id % % %  .'i The Soviet %  lecUned to talk Vn J}^ State*. saying that nritl he strode General Bradley s promotion rnanl e of Argent h^th?b2cn^h^H I give* him equal tank with Genbalk hat t would be! ral Dwight Eisenhower and Genwhich Man %  ,gnore the fact Sal ttel ^'' Dou 1 A Soviet Union has 10,000.000 to 15.000.000 people living in slave! tfons which to death [ £ bagan his speech i murmur wa* heard in the audience. As He continued than •nuaa from a large part -Reuter. Reartiiamfnt Will Not Affect Kxporis H IN bepl 22. Britain assured Ihe \' nine Commonweallh %  I %  %  t 'ect exports to Comn II ountrles. Rln-v %  i •nil..,,. „„. Hkelj %  %  ; -.nly be ca near future. Ministers a —(C P.) Lange Supports Ih'fvnee Force i 'SI Mlnlstei Lange to t Id Pai I i i .'nit com* maud %  Ihe it;i< II i n on and de i From the North Atlanl aetlng, In Ni H v/orfe %  n i foui -da> trip t %  .... % %  i irllament: "Our lUori i H % % % %  %  pc i.d probien foi ui wl 'nil-, i" i extent %  would in %  i pan ii nink that doubt shout out in< iple of a unlt%  %  rmul for German %  nd which I.... %  Osrman mill i %  thai it would | Oermai %  Ich must ("• con i -Reulrr On Reds TOKYO, Septemuer SI 'I'AWKS today lumbered up to support two col umns of American Marines driving towards the heart of Seoul. Two columns are expected to link up in the centre of the city later today. Marines rammed home the attack after crush ni|strong Communist resistance in the southern snourb of Yongdungpo. Reuter OoRtp< letuUiifj uaaidl force udd thai Mai iiMC net* within three quartan f milt from the haart "f the .-it* Romhing oul snipers. An eHtiniutod S.KI Surtli Korean troouii daaplj 'l"u in, ta.r.i u Ifnrii -.•mil I'cmr. Reuter Correa| lonl John • raported (roin aiioeiar aaetor of the Seoul front, French Units \rv (Cautious 15 Years For Wartime Spying ORBNVALB, TanoaaN, aagd •' %  :>. .n sia.k. nmartcan hemlst, i.'inceil to i %  %  • %  d.l> to .1 l.v HI,; i !,.. %  .'. .,!..! tM-itgeil foi be I tented foi ludgi Robert sentencing him to if* ears, ignoi erommendainii lie termed Black') eapionage %  IIMIII" ihi-'king." Slack who linked with BrlUsh .IIi • | %  i June Oovi I rsjed thm l supply Russian rets In the manufacture of high explosives. II enter. U.S.JrtFi^hltrsOn \on-Slo| Flight ,i. iii.i.n Ne l>-| 111 till . i: ruler, IN INDOCHINA aUUOQM %  Freneh Unit! pushing north %  • • %  %  if Dl Kin', nei believed oil! i .111.-ith of Viedniiih Communist guerilla Uwro Tin id imt ret ic.n hed tin wn, the French spoaaarnaa i" 1 i -i Hondas sftat two dan Bghtlng In which 'on Prera H I %  n ade •and to the last man I'thei iisu:illv reliable Frenc', • art i ware ool sure thai DongkhO ^^.|^ tin I im. 'ive of Un -' "Mi .' i i.nui. II opetationa 120 milet Dongkhc i-nil menared Vwtmlnh i Ua Ing In tin %  i i .... i I def i s 11 defcndln : Laokar. ijinkay on tin Yiiimui bordai %  Him hi the Rad Rive*, v afie) %  %  in ilcotloni from China to !!%  -Id Tonkin Itt-lt.. rice OWl -Renter. 52 U.S. SHIPS /W THE MED. I ONOOM Sept. 22. i id >two United Btaiea wai %  in the Mcditeii.itiean %  %  I ii.n i Arm-i .i ai rj there since t) .. u.i war Adinii.il COftoUy, Commandei. | • Ilia I i AH.. otic that the i 14 combatant vi ol i n.. I ,.u. II he 48,000 ton im.1,111 ,.,,,„ %  Midway .,nd CorsJ Hea mid the 7.500 ton cruisers Salem. Alb.ii*. II". Mleand r-4.mk— R***er. He said thai nittei Aghung eras nl might not be fully OCCUDted foi %  Mae Arthur's Headquarters announced tnU mornlni eriean forces nut nigh' Suwon IH mill-' Tiic town IN Use latwtlon ef two %  southward to Taegon and Kum%  %  direct route beta %  •-i beai ah* Ml IB I the United Ifal m thi* .loutheast the pt ningula. Marine reinforcements for tho battle of Seoul landed ..t Inchon inn ,nid Imrnadlately outhern ptrtcev the eaaault on tl Thu force sUnTered • % %  battling nhurb on i the II IM Hu.-. yesterday. This morning tfMQ look ff over s i %  %  net the river. Long Range Mortar Early toda* M.nth Korean long rang* tnofl boml i.nded on KlApO airfield about 10 mtlce northwest of Seoul on which the i i \ Combat Cargo Command Im* been landing supI idiead. i >peraUani oonUnued throughout the bombing. Communists %  ten deflected their fire over thai United Nation* rear arena little d,.mage Big guns ware, anftenlng up Seoul ,irfendr, fur the march eaking terrible havoc among CcennuiniBta, Five hundred were killed ill one b.iirnge alone. %  IV men spotted i..in OHO i tM MI, ga mass e d on high ground west of the city Baa River, They poured %  ding nhell-flrc "It was the artillery man's dream." one rd Hundreds of Com. • nUnued lo • ie.nr. in batche* -if 20 to 30. Korean civilians are also co-operlUnj >ith marines leading them o Communist hiding places and Identifying ('••uiitninlsta dressed in I. .tie' GILBEYS SpqnaghWSsTCS A. /.ca la ml Iktrkers Go Hack To Work WKLiiN-rroN Ran Zealand. s.pt || ed woik in New Eealai Port %  %  %  handling Inn %  I ..it Re Bept ">ber 15 i-*ned in i i reached %  '-ekers, of ihe i .ire into Nan tea land') .vatrrfront industry -Keuter Sherlock Holmes' Fails To Solve Mystery After Vyahtnaky rose and strod, towards the exit l> tinued his speech. %  that the Republican* were Iwhmd the proposals of the United States Secretar. Dean Acheson tor dealing wi'il future aggression In the world. SUSSEX. Sept Tl Five Magistrates her. that a real-Ufa E Holmes had failed to make out a good enough case to bring Thomas StiMwell ii labo a two year-old murder. Private Dete." kept probing UM 27-year-i I bouee In a wood here after the official police hg %  <***. Joan's father who hired Jacks to hunt his daughter's killer had Stillwell arrostcd on a private warrant—the %  I legal history that such a thing has happened in a murder case The magistrates including two women. I 'I week to evidence from 35 witnesses ia the 17th Century Courtroom were unanimous thai then here Through the window", they not enougl could see the turret, of th,. histrial. toric Arundel Castle—in whosw StUlweU shadow Joan wa" raped and then corpse an strangled. police tald 'How I am a free Spectators in the crowded ana courtroom stood clapping and (l ointed ai ng as the Chalrm.i'i of the can begin to forget IhM afaalstrati IIwaH saying that he and his colleagues —Reuur Maintain same High Standard otf Quality as shipped to the Wrs i Indies for the past fifty years These include GILBEYS PORT & SHERRY You can enio/ them again in grealei quantity UHlllUH M VHMVIH.I.U



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SATURDAY, M.I'TtMRKK 21 1*5* BAUBADOS ADVOCATE r.u.i CLASSIFIED ADS. ICLEPHON' 2508 D*D WO — SEYUOL'k. ai hn tnMncf. OuMttn Read. CerrkaaSon Village HN -rural aill leave hit lair iWAnr* Kiday > *W pm for We*tb>u> C*n>* i di nt aakrd I<> attend Mother.. MM Alfa V. -g litiUW. I' A .. Seymour K.i d mm Cu*lac WIMtir* ( %  MOM**. Marian Jon** mor* Hock, iiMci l Un Miiiwn Graham iTimlded> Funeral (.on. her late re.idence CWIjnwi* Rock. Bl ** am. for (ha Chinch. Tlt*!.^to th* WMIFor Kale— Cmd •ury C*in**ry. (TrlaMa* Fa**-. %  ! i i Church. Chn*t i Patrick lM> a. I* ar* Skeene Duncan A.Mrv and Mr. Graham Ciltet.%  THANKS w-m it. fining WMiaj i s oar who attended th* mulhi of cud-, or in M I the.r %  xnp.it.i M UM I MSSCELLAXFOUS th* C lie rxagr •SO. Lid -phone 4! VESTSLadie* Veata In Silk Cotton am Cotton ami Karon. Thee* are Jill mi STANWAr STOtOE Lucas Si. BAM— lr VASTL—--"rapid*" appro*. JT>, foot Ions with Gray Marina engine Oood oondruon BUM) — a bargain App y 1 M >rd. Faa. sET FOR HIM HOUSES LARGE HOUSE APARTMENT-On Boa. St Lawrence, full* fumi*hed Pt on* M7 t t IDtin IN MEMORIAM IK loving m*mor* of our Door kfoUvar CLAKA WATT-RAM -no paoM away the EJrd. Sec'.ttr.ber. IMS Ono yoai haa paaead alnce i"l wO day When one *.* loved ua* called B***** Foi Iho** ah* loved ah* did he. ood sjrsrM Children Dorrla. Eri l-i FOB MLG AUTOMOTIVE CAH—Hiiiman 10 hp. ISM model in Hood working ordir IfdO.OS or near**! ..(f*r Telephone 4117. MS 50—In. ISO Dodge Car—in good M"ln< La-' TAVCHJN Beachment. Bath October onward*, month IT or i l*e. 3 double bedroom* < %  ith kJmmoni beeleteadt. children* roon Ins room and lounge Refrigerator age. aeivaiit* room Applj Howe SOS 11 ISO HOI-se — A.Mm,-on-Sea Mann Chriat Church. Tully Fur itched Oi talnlng Tour Bodrooana, Orataiiig .• %  Dining Room*. Verandah Overlook %  IMIII u V.M-:S Kt^uTESTATE IIEI.VniII SI Join** on Sc.i,i. T> %  CAR—A.. ARMSTROKO SIDDKIXV parllculari 'ltd prtcv appVy A Taylor** O-rai rwss laraso Limited. 31. t !•— %  : CAB ID34 modal Cn**roi*t Car En*.". Ni-w battary. nc i>rca. ho I'a-onabk oftcr ittuat'i Apply J. II N Jnnnatl, G"od I.item M i m i SA.Io OO.IIS .heap ill Small I'l.' UM Hi VaiiLI IB. HP. HI Motrtk a. %  Ii Standard %  alao Auttin S. and Vau>r -II 10. partu Mariluul & Eil*aid>. S K.*i !" ck Straei CJttU J" l-ORHY On. (Mod cvi.d.Uon Ap,il> Nrlla Plantatl nocUr Lorr. MO^JH CVCI I. %  Motor C>> Dlarlci. niuad S'..n ELECTRICAL. RaVNOEKATOH-One .. Apply ootccn U.S.94 Si LIVESTOCK in %  i 1 .-,i. .. %  .ihbrrd voarlwn ; i ..i D| Iilratln 1 Chandler. Toddi Eatate. MUIJ(. TAUT J i i. King > Mile Hill. St Mil POULTRY l-OULTRV White It>ori I cocke-iall. Iti..Fir I9i• In llaynoa briwmi the hour. MECHANICAL | fat) i .i 1KRIOATION EQUIPMENT — largi %  CaUaninod piping HI ft Pan, r* ft To-er. I', li.th Pump and large i.nk Km, 40U %  Sharbnoma". Tv.o Mllo Hill. S. Michael SO t JO 3n Ona hand oporatad BACON ^JJCING MACHINE Apply B V Scott 6, Co Ltd.. Whllopark. 13 "SO If SCALES—ill* lb i PUtfmm ScaleTo* Oeu.ral Affttu-y Co.. aVda LM i Hiah SI I'hunr 4411 21 SS—di EKTEKPHISE HOUSE and outbuilding%  lauding on 1 >i anra of land In Chi.i' Church, and I>Wia>.I.Nl ApplK-aihtna will be 'Ciirvli%  %  <) (or th* Vat am i-oat gantn at St s-vkvur'* Cimirh. Saturday October Ttli IBM Mlar) per month Certiniate o( Health il pUeal MM Ired y iho LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE asplfei of Violet Hoa Hothmal Turning holder of Liquor Ucmw No. ST4 of ISSD In rravert of a wall .v wooden building at Corner of Ifothennl Turning. S< Michael for permlaalon to uae Mid llcenae at prrml•ei vii A board or calvanlaed Shop with ahedroof aiUched at Alleync'a Land. Buah Hall, St Michael. Ba-rd Ihl. Slat dk> of Sepiaml-r. IW T.. K A Mc Leod Eaq roller Maitlitrate. Otat "A" signed KENNETH MALI. for ApplHwit N IkThia appllcailon will ur eo*> .nl. red at a LWenilnai Court u be held al Police Court. Dhnrlrt "A~. im !" % %  iii.y the 3rd dv of October 1MQ .it 11 o'clock a m E. A Me LEtll>. PolW* Maglatrale. Dut. "A" a/INO MACHINE—Oi>e Jonea ewpric-d Apply Mr 1. Weathera machine ptwctlrally priced Apply lln head. Shot Kail Collage. TROI.IXY HVDRACI-IC JACKS-IV to 10 tona capacity %  EPCW Jack* will llydrlgeir ("Ol'HTERV OARAOa Dial 43B1 aj MISCELLANEOUS DllLM.Dt C AH TRUCK BATTEH. lEfl—With ebon He %  eparaWia— Mma Power and Light *>u> I>nai,te COCRTEsV OAJtAQC Dl-.l *1 H. KK-Sn l-roah BtMkl of SEHOCAlaflH for th prevention and ueatment i t"lJJNS [JMITED !•* SO-Tn I'llrXII','1.1 :• lll'.r* N--.-.II N refill neceaaary until uacd •'OHftTEdl CARAGat. Dial UH mam, to OFFICIAL NOTICE I1AHBADOSIN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF I.M iKqtiiubie Juri.uirtioni JOHtLPM COIXRimiF AKMKTrtOMi in FJSEN COSWOOD IrTU. Defei.dai %  raM of an Krtlrr In lln* OOU in the .lbovr Vtlon ,iuide on tit. i\ day of Sept ember II4U I give unite* all ptrrona having any catalc. right M i iitciimarraii i liming all that certain piece or par* of land altuate In the Ul.tikl kmi.n Saint %  Unona In Ihe pariah of Sal Andrew and laland nf .reuid lontainn IS .idmeaauremrm eleven ami nine lent perchen or thereabout nb.it ting and bounding on land Medford on landi landa now o I'U The i npion and on the public however elae the aaiu %  may abut and bound and SECONM.Y ALL THAT other piece or parcel of lai.1 atan ntualr Saint Simon* In the Andrew and laland by admraaiirrntent two iiatdi ion |..-r. thoreabouti abutting and iwn.nd.tMg aidi the North .-, landa of on! Vaughn towardi Iho Weal n Unda o"•"" toward* ;he South on land i Mrdfmd and toward* the El.it ort land* of one Dottln or however Ihe aame may abut and bound to bring before me an account of their *ald claim* with their witneaaoa. docuenenla and votiehrra be eiamined by mo on any Tue-dav. Friday between the hour* of l> i-ini and 3 o'clock In th* afternoon. the Office of the Clark of th* A**t*iI Court of Appeal at the Court Mont* uli-rlii-ii before the **th day of September IM0. In order that oiii. ii n. i.n.k,M imilki| to lha • i prMrlli lliei^.f reopecltvelv am h peraon* win be prec;naeg briirtl' .if the .l.i Dei re. ai.d hr deprlied of all claim On or againat the iid property. Claimant* are alao notified that the) i a attend the laid i i.v. Ihe jath da. of Novmbei loch am. when their a* i no or late of -id pariah I QAS TANK Irt'KWO CAPS—fi Vauxhall TO.DX A WYvrnN Car* •-M COCSTtsV OARA': (lALVAMSFJ) SIIFJTTS.34 gauge. I 7. S. • and 10 tee* letigthi Enqulr AUTO "n'RT COMPANY. Trafalga PKAV hood Apply N Disi mm %  '. folding L A WlllUtn II — t FEANITSPtico brand nuta in An-rlooh M: tin*Flewi and deli all leading Groceri** and Drug &T cent* for Uj |b SWORD AIJIUMS for lO-lnch and fo It-Inch and oarrytng ***** rot 10-Inch and wr h*v* th* record* U A. BARNtaS CO LTD "ROMAN CATHttl-ICv Tinro %  ding, iIfOLY YEAR CTHXMONTB8 available at HARRISON'S SCHICK HAZOHS ., a raw completi with 3D blade* only Ttl 1 —W* carry • good itoen KNIGHTS PHOENIX TOASTED ALMONDS — a del kMooM aawj rrom th lair Ir Mlrcled DPUO ajTOaoVJ as* i. H -Ml II HELf An Mgea-g %  i %  ^ •.', -, | A.l... ... A OIRL k aoaaMHB I i do atook Work Apply •titing Watkina at C* n 3D %  a* an COOK A****tant Cook wanted fc Una:* household Eipertcmr and go* iefer**kc*a required Apply p O M %  .to Co m t w b> JUNIOR CLCRK for our Lumber Yot ind Hardware at Sli Moral. St. ,P*M Apply in writing and in i. u n 0(ALL*oa. LTD.. lad*, aa H*ad H*i.a^e*i>*r %  %  'ant to Manag*r** of Hotn b* capobl* of aaaumlng lb* a kanifrrrr* when n*r—at> Ai Oilion provided on th* prrn..*** Bo* XX Co -Advocate A0< Drt> 13 YountJ Lady for o*V Offtrr to act aa CV*til*r. **ni k* aaa K | with the Booh* Apply by letter Mating age expnionce .'id aaUrr especivd C R RSTE CO.. notion Ian* SIS SO-an SAP*:-Can* lug* Iron Safe Appo J M.. Nellie Ewunar. Winona. Maawoli Coavl Tel. II3S at SO—on a*d Comntot cM I. Proof-Raadlng. Typing and Stenctning efficient 1>* and qutikl) %  ned. MIMT OOODINC. T-l kSJg IttS* IM I.RAJkS Sour (Jraea I DM PIHSO\.\l. Th* pukrlt ate lereb g.'mg rnrdtt V* m inee UlKANT at e*Bpo*uibi* foe hot M|aj a y -gotl UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER t)n Tuesday and Wedi>*>l.i\ Mth ITtll SrpicmWr. by a written ordaw •aTn*d k-> n t.'1'lJSorSNE E. aUUiUNk, :..'a, I t to f> Th* public are hrrobv aunod aga>n<; g.Mi.g rrogM to i... wife rlukt. Cwuda • CAMfnrii .Id..inner or anyigned b> me Sajned EUSTACE IbV Chalky : Th* pubiK I • *• ni hereoiy %  •mad agai'.tt ray wife Vatorl* Roach 'luwr VAUOMN ai I do not k*W mva*ar roaponvble lor her or a n>on* *>** tl il.aci.ng no, debt or debt, k ink*** h, wntt*n t.rda* Hum . me tigned COLIN ROACH Kentingtm New Rd teepotiilble li.ictlnar *a anyone elae debt or debt* m my ..**• i ordiT -gin* nv KM I imiKTi iir.iJts D* Coala Land. DalIMIh Rd 33 • to—tr Miicellancoui WanU-Conl'd truer.. Park, Talent... GOVERNMENT NOTICES ON MONDAY the 25th of September, 1950, at noon and 8 pm.. it i* proposed to test out the five SIRENS whicti are to be used In onnection with hurricane waminf*. Thin notice published *o that ihe public will understand and will not bp alarmed 23 9 50 1950. we will hold n I'WVNRKOM K"s SALI :it rmr Rooms, •* (il ,|,| |*eekl**r, ^ | IT Minn Street, when the folk wing items left in ptodee with l*"* A scholar may not take paid employment without the consent of the Council, which will be granted only in exceptional cases, (c) A scholar must follow the course of study approved by the Council and abide by the rules of the University or other Institution in which he Is plnced. (d> Scholars may not bring their wives nr famtlie* wiih them to the United Kingdom. 7. Method of Applieatlon. Further Information und application formmay be obtained from ftm MM Council. • WnkeAcld", Bridgetown. These application forms must be completed and relurnnd with supporting documents before 6th October. 1950. Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be required to supply five <5> sets of all document-, and may also be required to submit u medical certificate cf fitness. A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship mug* n.ikc his second application In full. 8 Method of Selection. A local selection committee will consider applications from residents In Harhados. The recommendations of this committee will be further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chairmanship of the British Council Rcprcst-nlatlvc. The final selection will be made by the British Council In London from among those on the short list reeommendeH by the Area Selection Committee. 17.9.50 —Sn Wnv nked J,,. Ho* Mat day of I V OILKgrt. OFFICIAL SALE 'i, si I rOI.mirMlF. ARMSTRONG El .SEN COSWOOD IPIIJ. Defendant NtiTldl: i> hereby givin ih-i bj elrtui an Order of th* AaaaaUnt Court of Appeal dated the Hot day of Scplrrnbor 0*. (here will be *et ID for tale 10 tn* 'Short bidder at th* CH*ee of th* t IT* i the Aaalaiant Court nf Appeal at the Court Houac Bridgetown oMween Ihe hour* of It inooni and 1 o'ekorh In the aflernoon on Friday, th* AM 0*ot Der ember. 1H0. All lhaf certain pMce or parcel ot HUB** tn th* dlrtrlrt known a* Sii-i' s.. I laland i ON p* land r • %  nt.iining FOUND perchaa or th*r**boul> bounding on landa now or late of on* Medford on land* new o. lain o. •mall on land* now or loir of Thnmpaon and on th* publu H.N hOW*vor *aa* th* aame may abut bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT • Dire* or parrot of land ale* .ttn.t. tka a*ld pariah ol H Andrew and laland aforoaald conta. b. .dmoBi.irarnent two -lOd* PR* parch** 0* thereabout* abutting ,nd boun' ng toM.rdi the North on land* of one /avignn inward* th* We.t on land* *f one Brooker toward* the *nulh on Und* of A Medford and lowaro* th* ataal on landi of on* Dottln or rxywevaa el*e th* feme may abut and bnund And If nol then aold 'he **ld propertr will be art up lor Ml* ot every succeeding Friday br'.wron th* ohrt* hour* until the aame 1* aold for a rum not to** than (•i ESOBA ib. eta. g. i. Dated thla Tl>t day of Sewtemher. 1S>' I V CILKS* Ag Clerk of th* A*U*UM POST OFFICE NOTICE Parcel Branch Owing to the Increased uae of the facilities afford*-; by lha Parcel Post Service Tn the transmission of mercantile roods from Hie led Kingdom and elsewhere and, also to the early arrival of larjc" nbers of parcels of merchandise fur the Chrlsim.. 'IMI in the Branch has reached a stage r-sultlng In thej delivery of parrels being considerably delayed. 1'. nding the removal In the neer future of the Parcel |;i..".l •< "p.tnkte premises where the accommodation will IKjust rjoubafl that now available at the General Post Ott'ie. ail person* and buimsr houses In particular, who have received notiin iiion Pendant 26058 Ladi-V R G Wrist Wat. h k Strap 20070(lolri Ring 300 0 1 Gold Ring 30003Gold Stone Ring 30091—Gold Ring "100—Gold Bangle 29110 Clodl 25—Gold Ring he da* 1 is? redeemed 12 30 TF.RV BRA Aucticn"i>*eW>4 Do vou n.nt ., Cow* fo you hsvr *>ne to nrll? Or du Vou Want to Exchange see L. N. HUTCHINSON I UrnHUa Italr, t.na IMI Annitersarv Srnirr %  Sept ItgO. hlMhboa. o( Kl.idte.1 l—li^. .-ked I., attend SHIPPING NOTICES •Miilll. AISTBAlJa j. SW / t LAMB UME 1 1 tat.A.N aV LISEi PORT HI 1.1 IN ;Ti.s a oioix-sarrsst atghl Fr*eman Angi.t ll.t. A.l'l.ld< %  "'" rdt 111.. %  i . ktaMI on. I al Hat21731 Cold King 23759 Brarolt M 1794 G R (TaM A S't.i). n. M Gold Necklace: T Q OH d Links ;':t Hi Gold St.me Ring 23864 OOU Hiingle .'<. % %  i loch V3HH1 i wo Oold 23IWH Gold King 2391 ft Cold Necklel 73917 Gold Ring 23934 \..u, %  24012 Oold ll.mgle 24013 Gent's RG Wrl-t W.itch St, ,,. MO • (odd King .••aiukor 4ttl Thaa* veaaol* h*v* ample epar* lor I fnorn and genn.l atgo Cargo actepted on through bill* nf iiding nh tranahipenont at Trinidad %  or Baihadea. Saltlah Oulana, ltd L**Ward tftkanda trtaosas. DWI Wl.,1. The M V %  nil accept Cargo and I'assengets for Dominica. Antigua. Montaen-at, Nevts n d Si Kit'* Sailing Friday 22nd Ml Tel. No *.. In. mill Ownefe (IaC). 4047 j^ HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM • I I Al'TOR REMEMBER ... When you order from . T>7iT CENTRAL EMPORIUM we deliver by Motor Van Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets. DECEMBER IM29004—Cent's R.G Wrist Wolch 4c Strap 23046-Gold Ring ( 257—Gent's H. G Wr.t Watch Af Strap DECEMBER. I94E—rcnait'rl i Gold Ring 23075—Gold Ring 129100—Gent's Chrome Wrist Watch it Strap 28119—Gold Bangle 23130—Gold Ring reh HUB 14097 Gold King 14090 l-uilic*' Chrome Wusl Watch arid Stian i | < King 21111 Two Gold Bungles' 12I'I.M Cutlery Set 14190 i lotd King MIM I lold Ring 24I4A Gold Ring 24171—H 0. Wrist Watch 24178 Gold Bungle 14109 Ol dug 24197-Gent's Chrome Wrist Watch and Strap 24216—Gold Ring 4224 Two Gold Rings; Gold Nugget Brooch 24246—Two Gold Hubv Bangles 1491 Dent* Chroma Wriai Watch and Strap 2-1316 Gold King 24.124 It 0 IWket Watch 24332—Gold StOOO Ring 14940 I MMa • R.0 Wnst Watch: Gold King 14941 Two Oold Links 24348 -Gold Necklace and Pendant 24386Gold llnnglo 24412 -Gold Tie Clip; Two Gold Links; Two Gol.l S'uds 24421— Tw.. Gol.l lank-. : iHit i.ni %  • is <; v. i, 1 w ,ti l anu Strap 24441—Gold King 24449—Gold Ring NABOB. IffOJ 24472—Gold Ring ;'l!Ho Oold King L*07 Goltl Necklet and Pendant; Tw,. 0c4< Ran Ooi Ring 24527-Gold King 24549 Gold King 24550—Gold Ring 24602 Gol.l Bangle 'it,.!o i ,,r i; i, I'-., i .' W ii 24025 Two Gold Rings itiih 11 i .. k : MOO Oold Dangle 24662 Gent'.. RG Wrn.t Watch nnd Strap 24078—Gem Hing 14790 l-olies H 0 74741 tadisa' it o and Strap 21751 GoM King 247TB Gold Necklatc ..i^, iv-tidant 13 I Ita* R.0 WI ' %  %  %  mid Strap 2*840 Getif.s Cln.mie Pocket Watch anil Chain 24852—Gold Ring 24895— Gold Ring 24922—Gold Ring 2490S—Gold Necklet 24970—Gold Ring APRIL, 1949 24900— Bicycle — M-4961 25008—Gold Hlog 24059—Gold Ring 25072—Gent's It G Wrist Watch .in.l Strap 25090—Gold Nit kit! and Pendant 25101—Gold Ring Id Ring 25119—Two Cutlery Set* 25141—One Pr Gold Earring* 25157—Gold Hing 25182—Two Silver Bangles. Go'd Brooch 25193—Gent's R.G. Wrist Watch Strap 25223--Gold Necklace and pendant. .. 25252—Gold Hing 25272—Goltl Necklet and pendant 25128—Goltl Necklace 2:>3t:i Gold Ring 24902—Cent's It G Wrist Watch 24414—Camera 25417—Cold Necklace and Pendant 25423—Cold Ring 25454—Gold Ring id Ring 25450—Gold Nerkl.iee and Pendant i Gold Chain and Pendant MAY. 1949 35489—Gold Necklace and Pendant I Ring 25588 Gold Ring klace and Pendant 25635—Gent'i Chrome Wrist Watch and Strap 28644—Gold Ring L/pool G/gow l.ivetpt-d M/brough ft a*0M0n l-4illd.it; Liverpool HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED KINGDOM V 1U, I for Closes in Barbados 5.8, ''PIAriTtXR" S S TEMPLE ARCH >S "SITHONIA" SS %  GEOLOGIST 9th Sept mil Boi ftk in %  toth Boi • 30th Sept 21st Sept 23rd Sept. 25th Sept 4th niMth Oct. %  S. % %  MOONCHRS'I" 1 iS -JPNRCKEST" Londo %  ,,, Late September 1-i.tl' October inlormalloT apply to— DA COSTA CO., LTD.— Agenti IIAX. If eft W.. I at epten,l-r %  rti sn %  a^BVICE Alt. Sgea CANAniAN BBBBrlOO N*tn* ..( EeHaj Alt itA PARTNEH %  "AICIA PtOABUHArrlve. II VtikTHkOI n b* Al i OS rArtTNTIt %  % %  %  %  -'"•i,t OeMbrt Th*a veaael* have limited pat i For SI lawranee Su-t pnrt. For at l.*wrene*> River Port* A to ITU Wrb tWotoh Wll Wat. FASTER SERVICE TO Jjondon BY B.O.A.C. CONSTELLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH B.W.I A. I | .sasgft ll d Herr.e* tr> N tJot M I IfJM I % %  I r fifty on* i .tuntri.-oa all Ojg rontinenl* mean* that f-te jauraeyt are too far, aaed take il.nt rerteeli II.O.A <"* II JM old tratlilioa of nhcedbird H*rvie* sail eSD*li*ea. tloTT THERE ItOONEIl I STAY THERE I.ONOF.R I FfOBt HarUdae U riyingTim.il FlighU |sn*tan Ringtrns by BVWI.A. tOwBOO *i Hr* Weeklr 1 1 Dsj 2 $ •12.(10 j 11 3 1^87.00 Also Reg tdor •nr.db.rd 0-rrlcr. to Europe ,nd Ooutta America ll.O 4.C. TAKES GOOO C-tRE OF YOU Book Uitt vv*> your local BO.A.C. Appoinfed Apenf Hienr IFLY BOAC BRITISH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS CORP. BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED Bridgetown /


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PAGE POUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SAlTI'.liW MITEMBr.H 23, 15* BARBADOS! AmlMTE s.i i ii nl. i \ si |ii< ii 1.1 i 23, I9.'0 BELIEVE IT OR NOT Thiw Is A Bird Barbados Bniltliiii( FOR many years there lias been a desperate need in Barbados for an organisation from wlm.'i psofkle I -uld bornOW BUSH o( DMMW) i'l v.i building, repairing and painting their homes, such loans beini: repayable wftfi interest over a period of The all too prevalent illusion, that any small-holder with good security i and house can easily obtain such a loan by presenting his papers bo i •anting (or the loan, exists only in the ntfndl oi those who have never b Solicitors in Barbados have an amount of work to do in making searches of titles which would appear to be unduly tedious and time consuming, and which might be ong over due revision of Registration Procedure Ii is quite unreasonable to expect them to be able to quickly deal with nioic than a relatively few of the man) requ such loans. Again, those with money to invest wish to effect such investment in one loan, which they wish to run full term, and are quite sensibly opposed to having a number of loans made with their money, more especially if the borrower v. ively to reduce his indebtedness. This problem has not been confined to Barbados but has existed and been long since solved in many parts of the world, including other West Indian islands, by the organisation of one or more efficiently managed Building Societies, which are mutually beneficial organisations run for the members, with the scrupulously fair division amongst those members of all profits. In America, the practice is to have such Societies, and the Government has set up a department known as the Federal Housing Administration, which guarantees loans made by the Societies, to the tune sometimes of 90 odd per cent, such loans being made mostly to returned G.Is. In England, there are more than 140 Building Societies, some of them with as many as 400,000 members. These F.nglish Building Societies are run for the just and mutual benefit of all the members and make intelligently considered loans on first mortgage security over real estate, but are not backed by any Governmental Bgmoy. They have become affiliated in an Ass<> cited Building Societies of Great Britain, an organisation whose objective is the steady improvement of Building Society practice throughout the country, and as an offshoot there exists an Institute for the training of clerks in modern Building Society practice. In order to achieve the formation of the Barbados Building Society the Secretary of the Associated Building Societies of Great Britain was approached and his assistance, in the form of verbal discussion of the problems, and in the donution of all the most modern pamphlets issued under the auspices of the Building Societies Institute, has been invaluable. In point of fact, it is mainly due to the assistance rendered so graciously by him ahd by the Secretary of the flourishing Trinidad Building and Loan, that Barbados can at last boast a properly organised Building Society. The Barbados Building Society, therefore, as does every other Building Society, forms a channel into which investors can feed money in amounts and at times largely of their own choosing and thus acquire a perfectly sale investment paying better than average dividends. At the same time the dual purpose of the Society is served by its providing a fund from which those people in all walks of life, who are desirous of borrowing money for building or improving their homes can effect loans by giving a first mortgage over land and house as suitable security, and can repay such loans over a period of years. The time saved and the ease of procedure alone will be very welcome. It is the intention of the directors of the Barbados Building Society to take advantage of the offer by the Associated Building Societies of Great Britain to bet Kim 1 affiliated to that body as soon as this becomes feasible. K. 11 use, of Sculpttn • LONDON Win I<| lii.ii.ni>;. Hi.Iiii(h prices of base metal* And the increase in the UR' "f MbatltatM appear lo bo having thrueffect Oil HM %  rorld of art A gtaaiei ai the eighty-odd pieces in the "Sculpture In UM Home" i > %  BO increase 'he popularily of sculpture—in London confirms the impression. It u well known thai for want Of a nail a battle wus loot. This adage obviously serves as the clUS to What is behind the sculpture of today. So often in the work of the younger generate %¡ of sculptors, rusty nails protrude IIU can only imagine l>; be strategic positions, in lumps of Cot*wi4d stone. The presence of these rusty nails one mm attribute to the high prices of imported on and the fact that the article?. into which the ores are manufacn labelled for "export .ving "x 1 home market -hurt It seems as if, for the '.ails and other materials required for the casting of metal statues, sculptors are now loreed to search bombed-siles. They pick up, or : ick up there, the fragH? ,>lan Km .i. f I ... nail or bt| of Das ..n of which mold obligingly Into the abstract %  ittothj which arc more and more frequently wn in the art of today. During their searches, it mutt be that the sculptors come across .'.range creaturai with neither OJ flesh, fo.vl nor good ret barring". Therein %  • only explanation for such an exhibit as that of a little arrangement of mental knobs and spikes which Edouardo I'aolorzi is pleased to call %  bird. Here is i bro. • with no obvious beauty, no hue and no symmetry. barring the legs which hold up the base on which the com;! stands. It is fantastic! While abstraction and distortion are the general ihcme of the exhibition, "Bird, 1950" is adtn.'.tedly one of the note peculiar and least attractive exhlbra It is characteristic of a type of modern sculpture which mak. Hear] Moire appear almost oil fasnloni I %  ad i.. d .i I quite, quite passe in comparison. the exhibit curiously stimulatn. • In a modern home end with modern hanging* not be wholly i I in : vttt lips, roses %  %  lo Btll 11.| works out ui n mcfo fraction of days of gracious bvini" %  1M of the exBttd can Just about bo icon in the diningi "I'-ctim-Hvii Innovation;, ofte: al !.l ->! !• %  as "Bird. 1950" Hepwoith'r spheres. An age i bound tn produce ,i pUestsdl si %  %  %  Will we I .ID, I mon startling : .H'll UOVClllCad Barbara wooden and just BI ii'. no doubt il the newci Silting On The Fence By MillWIII .i IIIIINS Intclle lu.il group beginning campus, holiday, have room foi one. Need not be Intellectual, but knowll tents, cooking appreciated."— Idefc THE scene Is u rain-soddt lic-lil iii Sussex Tent poles grid aiuas b.ivi Lei n unluadi d from me if / I lorry. actress a Tall, thin men in shorts, show"1 can ng long, hairy legs, and openthe hotel necked shirts, revealing large Adam's gppl—, Sire in earnest conversation with half-risked woman wearing sandals and necklaces of coloured wooden beads. "What's the extra one''" tiny %  n asktnf. 'Man or woman?" WoaiSaV" "I hope the fool can light a lire M> feet are wet." Then / hfUj rsctfi PasMcm i Kick .ill llll|lll{ | U! ,|, ,, thai atufl In the lorry. yj nul llUill ^aves which will "Be/ore you yo, please listen to swoep aci | | ,,,,, U1 uou osn (eu a]] lllVt llkl lobsters. >\y Ophelia. Tim yoiriy lo not.'' te& you DC everybody." be a urea* l.rilfg* I' mm A n ill M^ Ucar An BOK As tut Wsi OfBoa wool %  answer youi I oi It Vnd'i bitten demanding the re-form.iium ol tinHams Querd, aa a oosseeoYou'll be glad to bosr that dear, darling Porgj'l Still With us. initsssl of ,. dofd as would now be obout UKJ, but we keep bun 111 on Emily*! n (she nlwaya feels sick at mi all lines) and he still has enough spmt I bi'e hei [., %  : iindsi the tsble, though got SM getting Imig and loose. Tli. %  f hope Iha car. pul up lenls. trating all his enegerics on Th ull reads K.ul I nearly stunned myself uHih a hounding down local Communists Marx in the tool shed and is now .mil fellow txaveUsrs. shea he should "I'd be grateful if the creature As you might expect, the ironIM> lifting the potatoc:*. He thinks ^ould IK>II Morne potatoes or open monger, who had u commission he will be a tin. I've cut nay fingers to in the local H.Q.s, U your uncle's avenue on "the day" ,md might rlbboi "Ii Unit lur struoolina ihrouuli the gate with %  • ss 'I BUPpOSS gfl "Oil. h.Uo. heavy huge porrnanHello. there." Oo, thai bag's 'You didn't really need it. you know A rucksack's good enough." f liad to bring my books." "Hooks?" *'Yi*. fee brought Shakespeare, .Shan-. Chaucer's Casstrbtr|| Tales, and fuilikin." "Yu needn't worry about that 0 you put up a tent?" "Oh. no. I nearly •apscl/ truing lo do (hi was In the Uruu-mcs. Are you fond o/ Hach"' "Never mind about Uaeh Can you light a liapp) ouu i i Gougfa Square atteg his wife's %  .1 '• %  e i| ric household, aevei al if whom owed their pnaanca t' hbi kind heart and who. In sjiid quarrelled a good deal amongst themselves "A general anarchy." he once remarked "pre* vails in my kitchen." First there was hii devoted fr* anpanion Miaa Wilimms. a blind ladj ,iw made her home with him (Ol She ran the home for him. enten. ind in many ways helped to rill the e.up left by ihe death of h> wife Johnson used to rise late, dine out many nl come home at any time after midnight till two in the morning. He had a melancholy horror of solitude, and Mbw WiUlama used to sit up t*i whatever hour of the night was in order to talk to him and drink tea when he arrived. Sometime* company around him even al thia hour, and BoffWell records that to be taken in to .^rink late lea with Miss Willi.nns was an honour that was coveted amongst the Doctor'a 11 tends. Another important member ol the household was Francta Barber. Tins young man mi .i Jamaican Negro who had come into the Doctor's service very young and served him go Long and so faithfully that Johnson made him the chief heir of what little property he possessed. Frank performed nearly '-very office for Joiuwrn dreaaad him, nursed him when he was ill, ran his errands, cleaned the house. The kitchen wus for many years under the command o! rnoullna, another indigent lady, a widow who was the daughter of Dr. Johnson's godfather. There was also Lovett, a raihvr seedy kind of unqualified physician whose practice was among the very poor and who at times was almost destitute limitett. lie w*-d regularly to take breakfast ith Johnson and he always ate ihe crust if the rolls while Johnson ate the crumbs. Although thui household may have been and at times perhaps chaotic, the Doctor showed his humanity not only by his general kindness to his dependents, but by an unusual delicacy In his treatment towarda them. Often when he was out to dinner Miss Williams would find that some peciaJ di-licacy would arrive for her. When Dr. Johnson did not wish to be disturbed by any visttori he would steal away to work in his attic, so quietly that Frank the m..n Mrvanl would genuinely think he had gone t; thus he would be spared the embarrasment of having consciously to tell a lie to Visitors And, Miss Lane said, when Hodge the family cat, was ill. Dr. Johnson would go out himself to buy oysters, lest Frank's leeltngs should be hurt by running errands for an animal. D. v. SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I'm. ( HUM II III I I uilh < ... .I im. n\ M ran I Ml'lllNIU) a N i B Bl Bl I '.nail, Mill $ .31 $ 2S ,, ,:, ji NOTICE OUB Ii \:,U\\ \B£ DEPARTMENT WII.I. in: CLOSED K)K ST0CK IIAf.Vf. ON llll KSD.W 2KTII. KKIII.W L'llTII AND BATDBDAV, :I0TII BKPTBMBBR and will Keupvn fur BusuifSH ...i TUESDAY. :IHI> OCTOBES Will Our ('iisiuiiii r iili-a-r nrriinui' arrurdin^ly ? WILKINSON 6. HAWKS' ( o LTD, C.S PITCHER & CO. LTD. tlHATl6.V4 \^ PAINTS I that on one oc.'.tsion tinrmrhf burned mussU'tO death nionger was Wklnj hi* dotnv thai whe.. / u-as in th t to plrc--. Of Mirw, your A]w extri m fp IU til: | (1|1 BrincnU's." uncle wrote to Scotland Yard imn rx-Utivcs ami tM, "Blast the Brownies. Can you evening. though charge* \ ry according to boil potato*-* ur open I tin of • lbs per (or ma nor. bullv"' Emily's nei..> .ne i : • %  %  •Oli. no. I (oi.ldn'i do that. I „t *i>Umt during the war. fat instance, -.he beneficiary "itfllit rur >ny violin finger. When hc is not dlggUig a fox under the w ill nf rich uncle can "Your what'.' ^ hole Tor herself In Uie garden have hin. struck lead by remote }..ii Mt, rS BTOM0M my ,. he | 1( qU akin H In bed, reading control foe ., (, BAUl rioim wtM "*'' %  ___. __ „ the oftlciiil A.R.P. handbook on RniU commission m the t -So y..u ye brought your violin. )lomli fliwhw and bums WheI1 Th( ^ mo& ^ inudfl *J y hhe read th.it light-coloured lpc> gl -lothes arc a better protection ous aunt into II her black "Oh. yet. I couldn't ii the rhMCt of plobhiu[before inlcllccll'hen the oon in ludls Hk AtVOU. When Ifu"icon i --" ui> f li'ill plau Cho,.,. to things to the charwoman U TM common | .: suppose it doesn t imlWr what lin mom ir matrons won >, hsppeas to her) and now goes to be turned into rogn. • • %  boat completely hidden in phants has now been forbidden %  *i/til so soothwhite draperies like J (ghost. > because the last one wreck "Choiiri U inu in Ihe mootilioht. %  IlHTrtonight Florrie came round to tea and Clinic told us there is no hope for anyItpicsa Service PAINT Per U. S. ltKD SHINGLE $4.64 Gallon. Packed in Tim ol Imperial Meuurr. DA COSTA & CO. LTD. or DIAL 4689. NOTICE OUR DRY liOOIKS DEPARTMENT WII.I. BE CLOSED for STOCK TAKING on TUFSHAY, UTH — WEDNESDAY, 27T11 And TIIUHSDAY. 28TII RKOI-KNIN,; TO BUSINESS on I'HIIIAY, 29TII SEPTEMBER • 3^" *"r Cllstmiii'is .,i ( .iski-d In luke llllte of Ihe ulinte mid arrange tin .r slmppini* ueenrdinuly. DaCOVl \ & !., Lid. DRY GOODS DEPT, . ,'. ,/-'.,.'//„',v//..'.'////,V,V,',', 'Nir lls'iiclrrw SBSJI Thimk* For Thv Hw.,1 The Editor, The Advocate. Slit.—IMense allow me on behalf of U of St. Joseph to thank Col. Miehehn I. Hand on Thursday afternoon I ; most delightful coiuert at Bathsheba. Captain Unison ,-ind his men were In excellent form and %  do WSS well appreciated by |h# Isrg rrowdl who gathered from all parts of II will soon com Batsln and that n the not too distant future we will havo %  tood i for them at our Commuin' CsntP Wbieh >• hope to establish at Dathsbehu Yours truly, L, C MALX.Al.IKt'. Hector of Si Most of the commodities reviewed in the latest issue of "Plantation Crops t just published by the Commonwealth EconomicCommittee, play an important part in the Commonwealth's trade with the rest of the world. Three of these commodities, rubber. coco* and tea. are high on the list of Commonwealth dollar earners but the two former were seriously affected by the condition! prevailing in the UnitM States market during 1949 hi another case, tobacco, imported into the Conn countries chirllv from the UnltSO States, doUsr-saving uissium have occasioned %  continued expansion m gODf) Southern Rh-I n i v World exports of sugar, lea. coffee, tobacco and rubber dui ng 1949 were all greater than bf< rthe war while cocoa exports alst, though less than prs-wn hcivni than in 194H n monwealth again provnU-i the bulk of world exports <>( la. cocoa, rubber, and its as sugar and tobacco reached now hitli levels. Production And Trade The world output of plantation :..ibaa ii.. i... . isce the war and h) production of euaji and rubber % %  *< aed % % %  %  I Ins the war, have also %  l Plant al ION Irons. I!>.0 mand for some of these products was checked during 194B; on the export side. Marshall Aid has helped to maintain the %  tobacco to i short of dollars. Since the war there has been the Commonwealth production of all the main plantation crops except cocoa. wh.rc dlea aa a In the Oold Coast has been a limiting factor, hut I output in 1949 was at %  aval ed also though there was some decline In • T> III produ most marked for rubber, where there has been considerable progress m both Malaya and Indonesia; In the ..lion h.'i> . %  begjnnlnf of the war and production also, sre;*: i trlns thi i formerly. A In the output of %  am -iii;.ir I'I 1 %  %  ugar producing .IIK. ui in before 11. i occurred ni Cuba •o a aubstantia] n production in AiUitra%  i %  i Ihar Com';es. India. Paki--an an' 1 C"M,m itUl aiout two-thlrdi of the world nd the output of %  ,ili> nf a high production in Brazil and older Impor%  than be%  %  %  i tlth pro%  %  ng Com1VKETABIX OR APE NI'TS CKREBtlS SALT PKARI. BAKLKV in Tin* III.BACON in Tins CANADIAN ECGS monwealth countries, both Southern Rhodesia and Nynsalnm leased their productloi I'nited Kingdom Import-. Commonwealth countries have supplied pr.uullv all the United Kingdom's tea, cocoa and rubber in recent jreers, and in 1949 the Common. of the total imports of each of these commodities was 95 per cent, or more The share of the coffee imports In 1949 was the same as pre-war. about SO per cent wU monwealth supp ant of the total, as agahut under 27 per cent, before the Klngdona) on ra< a III:KKIM;S In Tins KIl'l'KKS In Tina ltl.\( h I'KI'I'KK rt HI: VINEGAR RISTO ORAVY I'uum |; i i. i w ALNinrs Miwlitl* Corned Beef Kirn K^ 11IKSH VEGETABLES 5-11. Tin PASTKIKISKU t'HKKSK — $3.25 Per Tin RAISINS 16c. per lb SWARF'S TOFFEES ** CARR^ >1 II 11ISCFI1 -; N FLAYEU'S < HiARETTES %  pi \^ I R*fl rOBAI I < I A R BREAD CAKER CROWN DRINKS TOP NOTCH RUM i.til l) lilt AID RUM On/fr lixhif/ from *V##M# \HirS •.'-'-t. t t a ooooooopoc n B B i BI n %  aoc n o fir n nfi *w*ov


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Sw ~mber 23
1950 ;

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U.S. Sugar Supply
Guestion Settled

LUNDON, Sept. 22.

CZARNIKOW’S MONTHLY SUGAR REVIEW

of the United States sugar supply says that

the position is apparently settied for the remainder

of this year, and that the question now is whether

anything will be made available from the recent

Commodity Credit Corporation purchase of almost
537, 000 Spanish tons from Cuba.

— it can be recalled that
» of the purchase the United

= ‘
Machinist | old > tes Government intimated that
jit would make available to other
Th T th le , ries on the basis of the pur-

e iru

price, any excess which
ABOUT OAKES KILLING

rrise after her own needs
-overed, Distribution in the
OAKLAND, CALIF., Sept. 22
A 31 year old machinist whose

at the



might

United States of this purchase al-
ready accounted for more than
328,600 tons leaving over 150,000
for reserve stock and possible dis-





bar-room talk set off a fresh in- posal to non-United States mar-
vestigation of the 1943 unsolved | Kets,

murder of Sir Harry Oakes in the But the review pessimistically
Balerons was “telling the truth”,! Doints out that even in former
ye Nassau pclice official said to-| years when the harvest com-
day. “As far as I am concerned,|inenced around the turn of the

Edward Majava is telling the
truth”, said Augustus Roberts, As-
sistant Police Superintendent at
Nassau, as he made ready to fly
back to the Bahamas. !

year, an end of the year balance
of a mere 150,000 tons would have
been considered little enough,
whatever the prospective size of
the new crop

DemesticHoarding

Roberts said that the investiga |

tion would continue but he de-
clined to say what the next step pee ;
would be. The review reports a good deal

of underlying nervousness regard-
ing price trends despite the cur-
rent tight supply position and the
peeclingss of certain buyers to pay
a ces for the meagre prompt
supplies available.
The stntisties position however
is artificial. Only two months ago
the margin between the general

Meanwhilu Majava who told
Police “a Florida society woman”
told him who bludgeoned the
Canadian mining magnate to death
in his Nassau mansion was re-
leased from gaol.

Judgment on a arunk charge
filed against him last week was
suspended in court and the police | world market supply and the
withdrew their hold order. As he] then indicated demand was suffi-
left for his Oakland home Majava j vit presage declining values,
said that he was glad to be free. | Dc e hoarding was mainly re-
The names of the society woman, | spCus...e for the change and any
the alleged killer and the woman j reduction in hoarding would soon

Ce eee

to whom he had repeated the jiia elf felt by contraction in
story were given fF Majava. | ; 'd market demand. This

‘ te 2 | could only add to the somewhat

Count Alfred L . \%rigny then | hesyv suoply position indicated in
Oakes son-in-law s tried for |the ing season, and provided
the murder of Si fy and ac-| that there is no worsening of the
quitted. Later hig Wife Nancy | world situation. would encourage
Oakes had the!; ‘marriage an-| doubts as to Whether even the
nulled. substantial discounts shown in the

Majava, a nervous little man told
the police that he kept silence
under telephone threats of death.

—Reuter.

world contract in New York, suffi- |
ciently reflect the true position. °
—Reuter.

1,500,000 .Germans
WEST VIOLATE | Died In Red Camps

‘ CHARGES U.S.A.
POTSDAM PACT WASHINGTON, Sept. 22
SAY E. GERMANY

The United States intends to
BERLIN, Sept, 22.

charge Russia with permitting the
deaths of 1,500,000 German war
prisoners in Russia concentration





The East German Government camps.
to-night officially appealed to the The Government officials said
German people particularly in the

that the American delegation to
the United Nations General
Assembly will accuse Russia of
this in backing up the demand

Western zones to organise nation-
al resistance against any remili-
tarisation and aggression. An offi-

cial statement read to-night to fi tial i igati

_ «re artia stigation of the
heads of al) foreign diplomatic cea eee i i
missions accredited to the East eee eee

German Government by Foreign | ee Nan. (Reuter.) !
Minister George Dertinger, charg- ae ,

ed the three western powers with |
“continuing their open violation |

of the Potsdam Agreement.”

19 DIE IN TANGANYIKA
BUS ACCIDENT

statement si
iatement said DAR-ES-SALAAM |

A further “by re-+

inforeing their troops in Sermany -

the three Western powers ac- ) _ Sept, 22.

complish the far-reaching act of | Nineteen people died and 20

military intervention and endan-j Ere serious y injured | when a|

ger world peace and all peace- | motor bus carrying 52 people}

loving nations ” |rolled down a precipice after get-
i ting out of control on a winding |

German people wi'l never re-| hill. in a remote part of Tangan-|
cognise Western dec’sions andj yika to-day.

measures which serve only war; Killed and injured were all Afri-
preparations and contradict Get-|cans. It was Tanganyika’s worst |
man national interests. The Ger-|ever road accident. The road
man people insist on a Peace|the bus was going was from
Treaty on their unlimited sov-j Songer to Njombe, nineteen miles)
ereignty and the withdrawal of | away in the far southwest of the |
all oceupation troops as laid down territory which is known as one|
in the Potsdam Agreement. {of the most difficult in Tanganyika |

—Reuter —Reuter



VYSHINSKY WALKS OUT
ON GOVERNOR DEWEY

* ee s |
At United Nations Dinner
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. |
SOVIET FOREIGN MIN‘STER Andrei Vyshinsky
walked out last night when tl.e Governor of New York
Thomas E. Dewey, told a United Nations dinner party
that Russia had millions of slave labourers.
Vyshinsky said nothing as he left the dais and went
out with his delegation. Jacob Malik, the Soviet delegate
to the United Nations, was immediately behind him.

a alee seal As Dewe:
departed from his

Russians Reply To to remark: “I must say that I,

» am complimented by the with-|
British Prote st drawal of those who plot a des-
BERLIN, Sept. 22

tructive world war. The Soviet
Soviet authorities in Berlin to-|Foreigr Minister declined to talk
day replied to the British protest

to correspondents as he strode;
over the Berlin border incident |from the banqvet hall \
when Soviet troops moved the Dewey said that it would be}
zonal barrier 150 yards into|folly to ignore the fact that the
British occupiéd territory Soviet Union has 10,000,000 to

The Russian reply has not been | 15,000,000 people. living in slave)

saw them leave, he









| sveel





W. German
Consuls Get
(New Powers

BONN, Sept 2
The Allied High Com mission
today transferred new “s











pow n
West German Consulates abroad
which had hithert> been reserved
t 4 : m

o ‘the Allies. The High Com-
‘mMssion annouaced that it had
tg1ieed to authorise Federal Re-
GuUb-c consuls abroad -to issue
FR er r - >

ecera passports ta Germans
resident in countries where these



con s have
sccredited.



been or are to be

Hi herto these Germans have
had to apply to the permit offices
of the Allies Combineé Travei
Board which provided them with
temporary travel ¢ iments. The
issue of Federal passports

mde token shortly, the






ean
announce-

men* said and will begin at the
three Consu’ates in London, New
York aid Paris

The High Commission further

agreed to transfer to Federal Con-
suls the power of granting to non -
Germans entry-visas for
Germany.

The competence of the Consuls,
will not extend however to civil-}
ian and military personnel
gagei in the occupation of
Germa y by the United States,
Britain and France, nor to mili-
tary occupation personnel of other
Allied powers participating in the
oecupation of Western Germany.

The Allied High Commission}
permit offices have hitherto alone
been competent to grant visas to
non - Germans wishing to enter
Western Germany.

—Reuter.

Berlin Police

War Ends

BERLIN, Sept. 22

Berlin’s police war fizzled out
to-day when the Allied High Com-
mission court here released six
People’s police found guilty of
“inadvertently straying into West
Berlin armed with former Wehr-
macht weapons.

The six police who pleaded not
guilty were sentenced to the time
they had already spent in West
German cells —- four,...days-—-and
immediately released after the
verdict was pronounced.

Following the arrest of these
six East Sector
West Berlin police began hostage
reids which resulted at one time in
77 police behind cell doors.

47 East Sector police who main- |

tained a two day hunger strike
in the West Berlin police head-
quarters were this morning re-
leased,

It was expected that 26 West
German police seized in the Easi
Sector would also get their free
com back to-day.—Reuter



Allies Liquidate
| Six Steel Works

BONN, Sept. 22
The Allied High Commission

Western}

en- |

police, East and,

[imi
ie
lf



|

| FIRST picture of Princess Eliaabeth

and Princess Anne.

1

CR. RALPHE BUNCHE,

| of Count Folke Bernadotte,
| Peace Prize.

| Advocate Hurricane
Relief Fund |

For Antigua



| Amt. previously acknow
ledged Li x $6,353.08
Christ Church Boys’
School 7.20
Staff & Pupils of Good
Shepherd Boys’ School 4.12
B'dos General Hospital
Nursing Staff 28.60
S. A, Forde 5.00
St. David's Boys’ School 6,27
Total $6,404.27



GREAT FUTURE
IN AIR TRAVEL
Says Aviation Ministry

LONDON,

° si Sept. 23
The Ministry of Civil Aviation
today forecast. that within the

next few years 500 miles an hour
jet airlines and intercity helicop-
ter services would be in regular
peration

The Ministry, in its
1948-49 published
The progress of



report for

today said,
few industries
can re in tempo with that
ae by Civil Aviation since the
Ww

“It seems certain
international routes in the next
few years, we will see the intro-
duction and an increasing use of

that on the



pnd her two children, Prince Charles

Express.

Dr. Bunche Mcanded
~ Nobel Peace Prize

$ ‘ OSLO, Sept. 22
an American who was acting

United Nations Mediator in Palestine after the assassinatior
was to-day awarded the Nobel

three
took

+ Dr. Bunche
Palestine

negotiated
armistices after he

‘ever Count Bernadotte’s work an.

temained in Palestine
,| fighting was over

He returned to the United State:
i April 1949 to resume his post
a® Director of the United Nations
Trusteeship Division from which
he had gone as a int to Count
Rernadotte until the Swedish Red
Gross Chief's assassination,

He was awarded’ the Nobel
Peace Prize by a special commit-
tee gelected by the Norwegian
Parliament—the Sorting After
the conclusion of hig mission in
Pale ‘President Truman offer-
fae unche an. appointment a
Assistant United States Secretary
of State. This would have given

until the





|Dr. Bunche at the age of 44 one of

the highest American Government
posts ever attained by a negro
He declined the offer He was
reported to have said he was un
willing to expose his family to the
‘jim crow” atmosphere of racial
discrimination in the United States
capital. Later he wrote an article
in an American magazine, bitterly
attacking the segregation of
negroes in Washington
—Reuter

Swedes Hunt
Spies Among
40,000 Refugees

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 22.
Swedish Security police to-day
bagan a spy hunt among 40,000
refugees living in the country
following the arrest of three Poles
for sailing in forbidden waters.





voday issued regulations for the} ‘et powered aircraft with tro
liquidation of six great West! speeds of up to 500 m.p.h. while
German steel combines. at home, a promising future is

Allied officials here explained foreshadowed in some years time
that the breaking-up of big) for the helicopter on intercity
combines had been delayed be-) journeys,” A
cause the Allies wanted to keep 7 — Reuter.
decartelisation in step with re-

organisation of vhe steel industry.
Now that plans for »eorganisation
were taking shape it was thought |
to be a good time to begin the

process, :
Today's instructions were e€in-
bodied in three regulations. The

first provides for | quidation of
six of the 13 major concerns of

| Western Germany.

The second requires the man
agement of each of the six to
name liquidators by September
30 and empowers a combiner
group to remove and 1p
point liquidators as they think fit.

In. the liquidation ef coal assets |

lthe Allied coal group must be
consulted.
The thrd regulation alsp pro-|

vides for vhe tying up of the
cecartelisation of the steel indus

try with that of the coal industry |

underway
—Reuter

which is already

BRADLEY PROMOTED

WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.
President Truman today pinned

prepared text} 0 the shoulders of General Omai i month 1

Bradley, Chairman cf the Ameri-
can Joint Chiefs of Staff, the fifth
silver star General of the Army,

the highest military rank in the
United States.
General Bradley's promotion

gives him equal rank with Gen-

eral Dwight Eisenhower and Gen-

eral Douglas MacArthur
—Reuter.





P.A.A. Order
18 Planes for $21m

|
A
|



MIAMI, Florida, Sept. 22
$21,000,000 order for the
purchase of 18 four engined

Douglas D.C. 6,B. planes for
| delivery in the Autumn of 195i,
| has been placed by Pan American



World Airways

These planes, faster than the
} models of the original D.C. 6.
| the Independence), eventually

would replace most D. C, Fours
,; (Skymaster) which were not in
use in Latin American rounds,
officials said to-day.

} — Reuter.

—_

REDS PLASTERED
CONSULATE WALLS |

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 22

Security police stated to-day
lha definite information indic w
‘ing that when the Argentine Con-

sulate wall was plastered last
with anti-Peron slogans it
{was the work of Communists

| The announcement was appar-
ently made in answer to comments
by the Buenos Altres paper Critica
saying that neither the Govern-
ment nor the people of Argentina
believed the report according to
which blame for the outrage was
put on the Communists

| -—Reuter



The Swedish Aliens Commission
worked with the police in a big
check up. The three Poles were
found in a high powered motor
boat in a military forbidden area
near Nynaesshamn south of Stock-
holm, The boat carried charts of
the Baltic showing Soviet naval
bases and entry channels to the
principal” ports of Lithuania,
Latvia and Stohenia, police said.

Three men came to Sweden a
refugees and were allowed to
live there. Two of them said they
had their wives and ehildren in
Poland. The police said three
men. were found yesterday in a
forbidden area which Sweden last
month complained had been pho-
tographed by Soviet naval attache
Dimintri Larichey during a holi-
day cruise. Earlier this week
Sweden asked the Soviet Embassy
to withdraw two minor officials
she said had been found in the
forbidden area during Swedish
Army manoeuvres.—Reuter.

Rearmament Will
Not Affect Exports

LONDON, Sept. 22.
Britain assured the Ministers of
nine Commonwealth countries
meeting here that her rearmament |
programme will not materially pe
feet exports to Commonwealth
countries. Since economic con-
ditions were likely however,
to change quickly, assurance could
only be considered valid for the
near future, Ministers were told

—(C.P.)

Guns

Truman Willi
Veto Anti-Rea |
Measure









WASHINGTON, Sept. 22
President Truman will veto th
subversiv ‘orntrol Bill passed b
‘ wd Whit
ior § es to-day Congres
‘ to start a holiday
ue ready to pass the Bill ovey
his veto and } until No
ember 27. The wi hite House Pres
secretary said velo messag

vould A sehA te ay

The Tfouse of Representative
ed the Bill this week and th

n both case
well beyond thre

led to overrid

signed to make th
wpon Com
the ferced regis







of Communist organisa
fons and their fronts t also pro
ides for the establishment in an



ymergency of camps
subversive elements

The President was understood to
oppose the measure on constitu-
ional grounds,



for suspected

—Reuter.

Lange Supports
Defence Force

OSLO
Foreign

Sept. 22

Norwegian Minister

Halvard Lange to-day told Par-
liament that he backed the princi,
ple of a united defence force in
Europe, but doubted if it would

Norwegian
joint com-

be practicable for
units part ina
mand

Lange. who was speaking on
the internation tuation and de
fence had just returned from the
North Atlantic Pact meeting, in
New York on a four-day
Norway to confer on the question
raised at the conference

to take



Lange told Parliament: “Our
geographical situation raises spe-
cial problems for us which make
t necessary to consider most care-

fully to what extent it would be
practical for us to take part in
joint forces, I hardly think that
there ean be any doubt about our

\ttitude to the principle of a unit-
«| force. A formula for German
sartiéipation must Be found which
fives a strong fue
the resurrection of
tarism.”



German mili-

He said however that it would
not be right to oppose German
icipation in principle, since it

was principle which must be con-
idered at this stage
—Reuter.
|
|



15 Years For
Wartime Spying

trip to

antee against |




Wreak Havoc

| On Reds

e TOKYO, Septemver 22.
"PLANKS today lumbered up to support two. col-

umns of American Marines driving towards
the heart of Seoul. Two columns are expected to
link up in the centre of the city later today.

Marines rammed home the attack after crush
ing strong Communist resistance in the southern
suburb of Yongdungpo.

Reuter Correspondent Kdward Wilisou with a
leading assault force said that Marines were within
three quarters of a mile from the heart of the city
combing out snipers. An estimated 8,000 North
Korean troops deeply dug in, faced a Marine as-
sault force, Reuter Correspondent John
reported from another sector of the Seoul frout

French Units

Are Cautious
IN INDO-CHINA

Colless

He said that bitter fighting was
forecast, adding that Seoul might
not be fully occupied for days

MacArthur’s Headquarters an-
nounced this morning that Am-
erican forces last night entered
Suwon. 18 miles south of Seoul
The town is the junction of two

b * i ao all weather highways running

French Ante Rane horth southward to Taegon and Kum-
west towards the fallen Foreign |°20" on the direct route between
Legion outpost of Dongkhe, near the Inchon beachhead and the
the China border were believed | United Nations forces in the
on Friday to be feeling out cau- southeast corner of the peninsula.
tiously the strength of Vietminh| Marine reinforcements for the
Communist guerillas there. They |battle of Seoul landed at Inchon

had not yet reached the burnt out |this morning and = immediately

town, the French spokesman said.|moved up to join southern pincer
The French lost it on Monday |forces in the assault on the city
after two days fighting in which This force slffered compara-

200 French
tand to the
Other usually reliable

Legionaire made a

last man,

tively heavy losses while battling
through Yongdungpo a suburb on
French |}the south bank of the Han River
sources were not sure th a t/yesterday. This morning they took
Dongkhe was the primary objee- | off over a military bridge thrown
‘ive of the geurreat Curmniunist over the river

operations



Laokay, 120 miles west of

) Dongkhe is still menaced Long Range Mortar
Vietminh guerillas are mass- : ‘

ing in the srugged “mountains Early today North Korean long

around Pakha at the east end of |'ange mortar bombs landed on
mare of defence posts defending |Kimpo airfield about 10 miles
Laokay. northwest of Seoul on which the

Laokay on the Yunnan border,}Far East Airforce Combat Cargo

commands the Red River valley

as iv Command has been landing sup-
communications from China to the

plies for the Inchon beachhead.

French held Tonkin Delta rice Operations continued through-
owl Reuter, lout the bombing, Communists
| i later deflected their fire over

52 U.S. SHIPS ther United Nations rear areas

but did little damage.
Big guns were, softening v

IN THE MED.

Seoul defenders for the mare
| Se: 96 wreaking terrible havoc among
LONDON, Sept, 22. |communists, Five hundred were

Fifty-two United States war

; “di » barrage alone,
ships were in the Mediterranean killed in one bartage alone

iren to-day, the largest concentra American artillery men spotted
won ul American sea powei | about 1,000 Communists massed
assembled there since the second | on high ground west of the city

vorld war near the Han River. They poured



GRENVALE, Tennesse, Sept, 22.

Alfred Dean Slack, American
chemist, was today sentenced to
15 years’ imprisonment for “war-
time pying for Russia.” Slack
pleaded guilty last Monday to a
spying charge and begged for
merey, The Prosecutor asked for
a 10-year sentence. Judge Robert
lL.. Taylor, sentencing him to 15
years, ignored the recommenda-
tion. He termed Slack's espionage
activities “shocking.”

Slack who linked with British
atom spy Klaus Fuchs was arrestec

in June. Government charged that
Slack conspired to supply Russian

agents with secrets in the manu-
facture of high explosives,
—Reuter,

U.S. Jet Fighters On
Non-Stop Flight

MITCHELL FIELD, New York
Sept. 22
ide » American Air Force je

figh s equipped to refuel in the
air were off the east
Latrador to-day on a
nene«et flight from ?
the United States

coast oO
3,400 mil
gland |

Reuter.





Admiral Conolly, Commander-|} jn devastating shell-fire, “It was
r-Chief of the United States naval |the artillery man’s dream,” one
forees in the Eastern Atlantic | gunner said Hundreds of Com-

, uid Mediterranean said that the|}munists continued to surrender,
terce of 46 combatant vessels and| many in batches of 20 to 30.

ix fleet auxiliaries included | Korean civilians are also co-oper-
he 45,000 ton aircraft carriers ating with marines leading them
Midway and Coral Seaand the |to Cornmunist hiding places and

7,500 ton cruisers Salem, Albany,

identifying Communists dressed in
Des Moines and Colombus.

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand,
Sept. 22
Dockers resumed work in New
Zealand’s Ports today after a 10
rike which began here ove
for handling lampblack.
toppage spread to all New





Gover nment ,are to




These

GILBEY’S

|





nd ports on September 15,

the is, having videned to
d a general wage rise.

1 ettlement reached|

ssterday between shipowners and
cers, representative of the

Royal Commis
ui aspects, of New
waterfront industry

Zealand’s

a ae
Sons 352

—Reuter,

‘Sherlock ‘Holmes’ Fails To Solve Mystery





published labour under conditions which!
British armed troep: to-day |+mount from torture to death.
remained on guard over the bar- As Dewey began his speech a;
rier facing Soviet armed ruards | murmur was heard in the aud-,
three yards away jience. As He conten there,
Last Tuesday Soviet guards|was applause from a large part
pushed the barrier into what faq be the 1,500 diners SUSSEX, Sept. 22
always been considered the British | i Five Magistrates here today
sector ; After VÂ¥shinsky rose and strode} decided that a real-life Sherlock
British troops were rushed to|towards the exit, Dewey con-| Holmes had failed to make out a
the spot tinued his speech. | good enough case to bring Thom-
Since then Genera! Bourne,} He said that the Republicans, as Stillwell, a labourer to trial fo
British C mandant here and;were behind the proposals of the | a two year-old murder
Chief Soviet Representative Den-| United States Secretary of State, Private Detective Tom Ja



g on the}Dean Acheson for dealing with
{future aggression in the world.

-—Reuter.



gin have been negoti
subject.
—Reuter

kept probing the stra
27-year-old Joan Woo

a wood here after the



official

police had dropped the case.

Joan's father who hired Jacks
to hunt his daughter’s killer had
Stillwell arrested on a private
warrant—the Seen time in
legal history that such
a thing has he appe ned in a murder
case

The magistrates including two
had listened all week to
evidence from 35 witnesses in



Brita

wome!



the 17th Century Courtroom
here. Through the windows they
could see the turrets of the his-
toric Arundel Castle—in whose
shadow Joan waS raped and then
strangled

Spectators in the crowded
courtroom stood cl ying and
cheering as the Chai i of the



stillwell
lleagues

Magistrates disci ec
saying that he and his cx





were unanimous that there a
not enough evidence to jus stify
trial

Stillwell wt found the girl's
corpse d porte it to the
police si I ar 1 frec
man, after tw us of bein
pointed at r t about
can begin to forget is horr

—Reuter

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= pact gay OE

HE following telegrams have
been exchanged between His
Excellency the Governor and the
Commanding Officer, H.M.S
“Sparrow” :—
From the Governor :—
“Good luck and best wishes to
you and ail ranks H.M.S

“Sparrow”.
From the Commanding Officer
H.M.S. “Sparrow’’:—
“Many thanks for
message”’,

Accountant Ends Holiday
R. DAVID SLINGER, Ac-
countant of the Grenada
Branch of Messrs Bovell and
Skeete, returned home on Thurs-
day by B.W.LA. after spending
about ten days’ holiday. He was
staying at the Ocean View Hotel

Off To The U.K.

your kind

SSING through here on
Thursday on the ss. “Gas-
cogne” on his wa » England was
Mr. W. L. Lec sf Georgetown,

British Guiana.

He has been granted a British
Council Scholarship for one year
to study landscape architecture at
University College, London. While
in the United Kingdom, he said
that he will be working on the
Festival of Britain Project whieh
will take place next year.

In British Guiana, Mr. Lee is
Supervisor of Municipal Parks,
Street Trees and Cemeteries.

of

Denta! Student
M* DANIEL RAMESAR
San Fernando who took his
pre-dental course in Canada, is

now on his way to England to
continue his studies in dentistry
at Liverpool University.

He was an intransit passenger
on the s.s. “Gascogne” on Thurs-
day evening from Trinidad where
he had spent his summer holidays
with his parents, Mr. Daniel
Ramesar, Jeweller of San Fernan-
do and Mrs, Ramesar.

To Study Accountancy
R. JONATHAN J. BROWN of

the Crown Solicitor’s De-
partment, Trinidad, has just gone
up on the s.s. “Gascogne” to

England where he has been grant-

ed a scholarship under the aus-
pices of the Colonial Office to

Study accountancy in London. He
expects to Se in the United King-
dom for about two years.
From Venezuela
M* and Mrs. Martin Hersch
of Caracas. Venezuela, were
arrivals on Thursday evening by
B.W.1.A. for about two weeks’
holiday and are staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

| BY THE WAY... 2 pscchconte

NOUGH gin to fill a night club

has flowed under tables

since Lady Cabstanleigh burst all

over the London of the "twenties
like an over-ripe melon.

It is now being said in those
holes and corners where gather the
scum of Mayfair, the riff-raff of
the Riviera, the sweepings of the
cosmopolitan . hotels, that is
great roaring rose of English
womanhood has written the story
of her social triumphs and degra-
dations, And all her friends and
enemies are waiting to scan the
index for their own names as
eagerly as a hungry bison waits
to pounce on a bit of beetroot. The
publisher’s first question was, of
course, “What well-known people
are you mentioning?” Whereat the
tarnished harridan shoved at him
a type-written list of fashionable
names as long as the tongue of
Arabat, The publisher rubbed his
dirty hands and grinned.

of a Title

HAT title?” asked the affable

ghoul, “A Backward Glance,”
said the mammoth hostess, “Not
sensational enough,” commented
Beelzebub’s gift to Letters, ‘The
Glittering Treadmill,” suggested
old Mount Horrible. “Too high-
brow,” riposted the pride of the
Academies. “Me And Who Else?”
ventured the deplorable barrack
in human form, “That's better,”
vouchsafed Uncle Beastly.

In Search

Aceglamortrom bonettes

HE still lingering prejudice
against women trombonists

was expressed forcibly the other
day by the Chelmsford Town
Band, It is a surVival of Victorian
days, when girls of good family
eloped with their trombone teach-
ers. Even George Sand thought
the trombone unfeminine. She
was holding one on a winter's day

ATOMIC
RESEARCH |



London Express Service.

Honeymoon Couple
Leaving
R. AND MRS. Henry Zerpa of
Venezuela who were spend-
ing their honeymoon in Barbados
will be returning home to-day by

B.W.LA. They arrived three
weeks ago and were staying at
the Hotel Royal,

Mrs. Zerpa, the former Miss

Maritza Jimenez, was a former
student of the Ursuline Convent.
Her husband is a draughtsman em-

ployed with the Venezuelan Gov-
ernment.

Wireless Operator
At Piarco

R. HUGH BLACKMAN, Gov-
ernment Wireless Radio
Operator at Piarco, Trinidad, ar-
rived on Thursday afternoon on
the SS. “Gascogne” for three
weeks’ holiday which he will spend
with his mother Mrs. Isabel Blagk~
man who has been ill.

They are both guests of Mrs. Lu
Joseph-Hackett of “Carlton” Hen-
ry’s Lane.

Back To Martinique -

R. LOUIS CROCQUET, Mana-
ging Director of Garage
Americain in Martinique, returned
home on Thursday night on the
S.S. “Gaseogne” after spending a
week’s holiday. He was staying
at Enmore Hotel.

B.G, Planter Here

R. EDWARD C. BROWN of
Plantation Diamond in Brit-
ish Guiana arrived on Thursday
by B.W.I.A. on a visit and is
staying at the shepaiweisi Hotel.



when de Musset tried to embrace
her, He got entangled in it and
nearly strangled himself. “Can’t
you put it down?” he shouted.
“How can 1?” she cried, “My
left arm’s caught.” A flirtation,
as Marivzux _once wrote, under

Re For A Week

CHARLES SMITH of the

i "tn avian Church in Anti-
gua, arrived on Wednesday and
the Rev. Peter Gubi, Chairman of
the Moravian Board in the

Eastern West Indies arrived yes-
terday from Trinidad.

They both will be remaining
for one week and are staying at
“The Manse’, Country Road, the
residence of Rev. and Mrs.
E. E. New.

After Summer Holidays
M*® LAWRENCE BANNISTER
and Mr. Joseph Drakes, two

tudents at the University Col-
lege of the West Indies, returned
16 6Jamaica on Tuesday by
b.W.1LA, after spending vhe sum-

mer holidays with their relatives.

On Caribbean Tour
M* CECIL GILBERT of the
firm of Smith and Walton
Ltd., London, arrived here on
Wednesday by B.W.1.A. from
Jamaica on a ten-day visit and is
staying at the Windsor Hotel.

He is making a tour of the
Caribbean in the interest of his
firm.

For Another Week

R. M. Bareant of B.W.I1.A.

Ltd. Trinidad and Mrs. Bar-
eant who were holidaying here for
the past week, expect to remain
for another before returning home.
They are staying at the Hotel
Royal

Put Son To School

M* and Mrs, H. Clarke of
Trinidad arrived over the
last week-end with their son Wal-
ter whom they have put to school
at the Lodge and _ their little
daughter Wendy. They are at
present staying at the Ocean View
Hotel, but hope to go to the Crane
Hotel next week for a couple of
days before returning to Trinidad.

Mr. Clarke who has been to
Barbados on several occasions, is
Assistant Drilling Superintendent
of Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.

For Two Weeks

RS. P. P. COLLINS whose

husband is in the Real Estate
business in Trinidad, arrived on|
Thursday afternoon on the SS,
“Gascogne” for two weeks’ holi-
day. She was accompanied by her
two children Peter and Margaret
and they are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Alcazar of Maxwell’s|
Coast.

conditions becomes ridicu-
lous. So does music, as Gounod
said to de Vieuzac. Visitors to
Coppet are still shown Mme. de
Stael’s trombone with two mouth-
pieces, one for herself and one for
Talleyrand,

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1. On which
planet are
scie i tists
sure life
exists ? (5)
3. What part of
d file. ite
into the
henadie (4)
8. What could
be the mother
or father ot
amule’? ¢
10. What is the
martial air
played
on the bag
pipes (7)
11. Wheat is the
latin word
Tor I ar
present
(5)
14. Who was thie
rascal monk?
i8)
6 What ts u
synonym tor
humble? (4)
V7. What is the
last letter of
the Greek
alphabet?
(5)
18. What is an important port 1,12. Who sat at 4 panquet tanie with
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21. What is the antonym of waxing ?}i3. What word is both an anagram
(6) and antonym of untie? (5)
a Which Norweginn dramatist/i6. What fantastic pallet, named
wrote “ A Dolls House”? (5) after a great Italian violin
244 You know of Pepys’s Diary, but virtuoso, was based on the
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held in the communit a>] his bow? (8)
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was not read, however, as his tutor considered his theories to be too
In this paper, Couper suggested that benzene had the ring
Shortly afterwards the German chemisi

revolutionary.
structure vhich is accepted today.

|

Archibald
Scott Couper

a Scottish chemist, was one
of the earliest workers on
the structure of
compounds. | In
when only 26 years old,
Couper, who was studying |
in Paris, submitted a paper
“On- a New
Theory” to the
Academy of Sciences.

orgarite |

1858,

French
It



the delayed publication of Couper’s paper, was acclaimed throughout the

Kekulé published a paper proposing exactly the same structure and, through i
!

scientific world as the discoverer.
Born in Kirkintilloch, Scotland, in
student at Edinburgh and Glasgow U

disappointment at his lack of recognition, covmibiele d to break his spirit, a

from the age of 27 he took no further ac
life. It was not until sexeral years

1892 that a group of scientist

discoveries, and rendered homage to this loug-neglected

genius.

1832, Couper started his carver as a
but chronic illness, avd

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tive part in chemical
after his death in
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The Universe, 8.00 a.m. From The
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Compasses oe is Presents . . .
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Stan LAUREL
Oliver HARDY

Nothing but Trouble

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William LUNDIGAN

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Linda STERLING



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Maureen O'HARA
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Alice FAYE




SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER

23, 1950



U.S. Journalist
Expelled From
Czechoslovakia

PRAGUE, Sept. 22

The _ Czechoslovak Government
today informed William Oatis 36-

year-old Staff Correspondent in

Prague of the Associated Press of
America that he was no longer
“Persona Grata,” and asked him

to leave Czechoslovakia by Sep-|!

tember 30

Oatis who arrived thre ng require
three ciated unale inked porters to cerry

ago to take charge of Associated
Press activities in Prague after
the expulsion of his two prede-
cessors here, called at the Foreign
Ministry this morning.

He said afterwards that the
official at the Press Department
said: “You are no longer ‘Persona
Grata.” Your behaviour has been
such as not to justify prolonging
your accreditation. This is not
a measure directed against the
Associated Press, It is directed
against you personally.”

Oatis said that the official did
not give any further reason for
his expulsion but said! “you know
why.” Western Correspondents
in Prague must call at the For-
eign Ministry every quarter for
renewal or some overlooking of
their credentials —Reuter.

Business Good; No
Time For Politics

By IAN FRASER ¢

NEUSS, Near Duesseldorf.

Sept. 22.
Hasso Von Manteuffel, former
German Panzer Army Command-
er and now export manager of a
small screw factory told Reuter
here to-day that his business was
thriving far too well for him to
have any spare time for politics,
still less to hatch plans for a new

German army.

Manteuffel, who commanded
ex-Field Marshal Gero Von Rund-



stedt’s Panzer army in the 1944
German counter offensive in Ar-
dennes, made this statement in
denying a Warsaw radio report}
that he had made an agreement
with General Anders to include
remnants of the Polish Free Corps
in a future West German army.
Manteuffel however admitted
that he had written an open letter
to Chancellor Dr. Konrad
Adenauer last winter about rais-
ing an army of 30 divisions but
he said that since then “really I
have hardly given any of these
matters a thought.” —Reuter.

U.S. Stock Market
Highest In 19 Years

NEW YORK, Sept. 22.
The New York stock market
today soared to its highest peak
for 19 years as a result of the
partly inflationary factors and
partly because United States’
economy has been producing at
record high levels. The demand
for goods and services is expected
to continue indefinitely, authorita-
tive sources here indicated today.
Order books already crammed
with civilian orders are expected
to bulge still more when Ameri-
can mobilisation swings into top,

gear. —Reuter.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



| Removal By Butler Prime

: Minister ?

( Eiitekate |...

! PORT-OF-SPAIN
| SINGAPORE Mr. Mitra Sacha legal ad-

The RAF recently conducted ajviser to the Butler Party, and a
furniture delivery entirely by air|member of the new Legislative
Ito a remote village in Borneo, Air| Council told pressmen on Tuesday
{Headquarters announced. The|that “Inasmuch as the party,
}Government wanted to establish a|compared to any other single
|European District Officer at Pen. | sroup, will be having a majority
sianyan, close to the Indonesian of seats it is not too much to pre-
border—a journey which would| dict that with the help of the In-

weeks through densest| dependents it could form the nu-
cleus of a machinery that would
So the} 8° to form the Government.”

Commenting on the _ successes
ained by Butlerites at the Polls,

r, Sinanan considered the results
as a good omen.

During the campaign he was the
propaganda chief for the party. He
said six, and possibly seven
b (counting in Mr, A. P. T. James
of Tobago) successes for the But-
lerites at the Polls out of a pro-
jected field of 17, represented, al-
though short of the mark, not an
altogether unimpressive record.

Mr. Sinanan said “Mr, Butler as

leader of the party in the House

sm ’ ; ai
Se ene eee eet, Henrietta, | May yet become the Prime Minis-
Seh. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Phyllis Mark,|ter if Buflerites stick together as
Bop. poe. eee oe a nea a team, ‘1 certainly do not expect
Harriet “Whittaker, "Sch. Emmanuel °C. any deterioration.
Gordon, Sch. Cyril! E. Smith, Sch. Gar-

denia W., Sch. Zita Wonita, M.V. Carib-
bee, Sch. Mary M. Lewis.

supplies and equipment.
{RAF packed 1% tons of furniture
stores and medical goods into «
Dakota and parachuted them into
a tiny clearing on the river bank
near the village. All the goods
arrived safely.





Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay



Transport Services
DEPARTURES
1c eae saath, Tor Seana. "| Drop £20m In U.K.

Schooner Timothy A. H, Vansluytman,
tons LONDON, Sept. 21.

76 tons net, Capt. Stoll, for Antigua.
2 Britain’s huge state run Trans-
In Touch With Barbados | port Services lost £20,800,000 last

A year, it was announced on
Coastal Station

Wednesday night. The British
‘Transport Commission in its an-
Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.» nyal report
advise that they can now communicate

said the loss was
with the following ships through their | £16,071,429 more than in 1948. It
Barbados Coast Station:— was spread over the vast Trans-
Reser’ aghites,, 8S. Rio Orinoco, §-8-| port network taken over by the
Townshend, 8.8. Lady Rodney, S.S, Jane| Labour Government from private

Stove, SS. Abraham Lincoln, M.V./ enterprise.—(Can. Press)
Dolores, S.S. Poly Trader, S.S. North
Star, M.S. Muel Heimruhr, 8.8. Wallowa,

The Weather





1,000 Votes Rejected

(From Our Own correspondent)

TO-DAY N et os coe ate teens
. Rises: ear y P votes are reporte
oan a 5.59 a.m. to have been rejected in the pre-
Sun Sets: 5.56 p.m. liminary count in_ the district
Moon (Full) September 26 around Paradise Pasture, San

Lighting : 6.00 p.m. Fernando, South Trinidad, where

High Water: 1.54 am., 2.22 there were more than 60 boxes.
p.m. Rejects in the first four boxes
YESTERDAY cleared yesterday totalled 109.
Rainfall: (Codrington) Nil A view is expressed that the

Total for Month to Yester-
day: 3.85 ins,

Temperature (Max.) 87.0°F.

Temperature (Min.) 75.0° F.

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

Wind Velocity 11 miles per
hour

Barometer

count is not likely to be
pleted before next week.

15-Year Girl Missing

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
A Port-of-Spain girl who has
been missing for about eight
months and believed to have been
abducted is being sought by the
police. She is about 15 years of
age.

com-



(9 a.m.) 29.979

(3 p.m.) 29.874



S.S. Gobeo, S.S. Hecuba, 8.8. Lady Nel-
son, 8.S. Lugano, S.S, Alcoa Pioneer, 8.8.
Garnet Hulings, S.S. Linda Dan, 8.8.
Petros, S.S. Esso Chattanooga, S.S. Esso
Appalachee, S.S. Chwennau, S.S. Orso-
ina, S.S. Bacchus, S.S. Sun Valley, 8.8.
Hastings, S.S. Alcoa Partner, S.S. Franz
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Dolabella, S.S. Sundale. S.S. Geirvl, S.S.
Planter, S.S, Bralanta, S.S, Arctic Ocean,
S.S. Hoegh Rover, S.S. Ingleton, S.S.
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S.S. Agatha, S.S. Presidente Dutra, S.S.
Ragunda, S.S, Tobias E. Stansbury, S.S.



BODY IDENTIFIED

BY FINGERPRINTS

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

Doon Harylal, whose dead body
was found floating in the Port-





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Over 50 men and boys turned
up at the Unemployment Agency,
Queen's Paix eerday. There
were fifteen vacancies for agri-
cultural labourers but only two
men a da job



After aboux 45 had been inter-

viewed by an officer of the Un-
employment Agency, the others,
drifted *-om the Park muttering

words of discontent

Most of the wen were single,
and were determined no« to accept
agricultural work ‘ocally. “The
wages too low”, they said.
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transportation to the plantation
and of wages, saying that they
had mother and fathers who

could support them.

One boy said that he wanted a
job bringing him not less than $10
or $12 a week

Cuthbert *kman, a chauffeur
of Black Rock, told the Advocate
that he went to the Agency with
the expectation of being sent out
of the island for employment. If



he knew that men were wanted
for agricultural work locally, he
would never had gone
Seum

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low, he said, the labourer of Bar-
bados is looked on as “scum”. In
the U.S.A. it is quite a different
story.

He was at the time surrounded

by quite a number of the crowd
who were butting in with “I
agree” ‘that’s right” and many
other phrases of assent.

“Tne only thing that can solve
the unemployment problem of
Barbados is either emigration or
settlement in one of the big coun-
tries of the ~vorld”, Blackman
said

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Britannia In
Flowers To Greet
The Visitors

LONDON

When the ships pass. down. the
;Channel with Festival of Britain
} visitors from the Continent or the
eastern Commonwealth countries,
‘ty@y will see on the cliffs at St.
ret’s Bay, near Dover, the
of Britannia in flowers.

. Margaret's Bay people re-
gard their town as the gateway
t gland.

ey argue that it is the near-
est spot to the Continent, and

}it is up to them to greet the
visitors by ship and airplane with
a symbol of the greatness of
Britain

“All the people here are in the
scheme,” said Mr. H. G. Lines,
chairman of Dover Rural Council,
to-day.

“The symbol of Britannia will
be 100 feet long and 70 feet broad.
It will be on the part of the downs
which slope towards the sea, and
be clearly visible to ships passing
down Channel and to airplanes.

The site has been cleared, and
little further can be done during
the winter. We are taking ex-
pert advice on the flowers to plant.
They will, of course, be red, white
and blue”




Very fll After
3 Days In Well

Clovis Holder,



the book-binder
from Howell’s Cross Road, St
Michael, who was found alive in
a well at the Belle Sugar Estate
on Thursday and is now at the
General Hospital, has improved
but little, the “Advocate” was in-
formed yesterday,

No visitor was

allowed to
him yesterday.

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NASSAU, Bahamas, Sept. 22.

The government announced on
Thursday that Frederick Evans
former Colonial Secretary is re-
turning temporarily to administer
the Government following the
death last week of Governor
xeorge Sanford.

Evans, recentiy appointed Secre-
tary to the Defence Minister of
the Gold Coast is due here on Sept-
tember 28.

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tag, that you can’t get finer value. Illustrated
is a Tan Oxford. Tied to every pair is the John
White Guarantee Shield—the sign which
means ‘just right’! Look for it in leading
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Society ‘leet Street is to be found the house of the (Medium) .............. 73 65 :
‘reat Dr. Samuel Jolinson. It was damaged Bottles N.E.B. BEER ....
FOR many years there has been a luring the war, but has now been fully
desperate need in Barbados for an efficient paired again, and attracts many visitors,

who can go all over it for one shilling. In

act it is probable that this comfortable mid
idle class Georgian House looks cleaner, more

idy and better polished now than it did
| when it was occupied by the Doctor himself.
| This is the opinion expressed by Margaret
| _ane in a recent BBC talk in which she de-

cribed the domestic arrangements and ae
habits of Dr. Johnson., “When Mr.
fohnson was alive,” she said, “She must have
uffered endless exasperation from his un-
idy habits and disregard for the furniture.”
intensely annoyed Mrs. Boswell, the
} wife of his biographer, by turning the can-
| dies upside down and letting the hot wax
}run on to the carpet, because they did not
urn well, “Still,” Miss Lane reminds us, “it
was a singularly happy marriage.” It was in
iis house in Gough Square after his wife’s
) jeath that Johnson set up his remarkable
jand somewhat eccentric household, several
}of whom owed their presence to his kind-
jness of heart and who, he said quar-
relled a good deal amongst themselves. “A

organisation from which people could bor-
row sums of money of various sizes for
building, repairing and painting their
homes, such loans being repayable with
interest over a period of years.

The all too prevalent illusion, that any
small-holder with good security of land
and house can easily obtain such a loan
by presenting his papers to a solicitor and
asking for the loan, exists only in the minds
of those who have never tried it.

Solicitors in Barbados have an amount
of work to do in making searches of titles
which would appear to be unduly tedious
and time consuming, and which might be
considerably reduced by some long over-
due revision of Registration Procedure.

It is quite unreasonable to expect them
to be able to quickly deal with more than a
relatively few of the many requests for
such loans.

Again, those with money to invest wish
to effect such investment in one loan,
which they wish to run full term, and are

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Bird 1950, bronze by EDOUARDO PAOLOZZI on show at the Arts Council of Great Britain exhibition
of ‘Sculpture in the Home’.

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But despite the strangeness of
the exhibits, the general effect is |









quite sensibly opposed to having a number = aes wor i tor increase ments of twisted girders, the odd curiously stimulating, In a modern | general anarchy,” he once remarked, “pre-
: a in use of substitutes appear nail or bit of flax all of which home and with modern hangings, | vails in my kitchen,”
of loans made with their ‘money, mere. pte ue haying their effect on the mold obligingly into the abstract one can see that the pieces might :
especially if the borrower wishes progress- ee eee es Yay aioe nes which are more not be wholly out of place First there was his devoted friend and
ly to reduce his indebtedness. gnty: PD in the “s p- and more frequently seen in the ks sare re : z aie
ively ture in the Home” exhibition— art of today. Human nature ever craves for) COo™panion Miss Williams, a blind lady who
This problem has not been confined to | designed to increase the popular- adornment and as compared with} made her home with him for

many years.
She ran the home for him, entertained his
friends and in many ways helped to fill the
gap left by the death of his wife. Johnson

During their searches, it must
be that the sculptors come across
strange creatures with neither
the characteristics of “flesh, fowl
nor good red herring’. Therein
seems the only explanation for
such an exhibit as that of a little
arrangement of mental knobs. and
spikes which Edouardo Paolozzi is
pleased to call a bird. Here is a
bronze with no obvious beauty, no
graceful line and no symmetry,
barring the legs which hold up the

ity of sculpture—in London con-
firms the impression.

Barbados but has existed and been long
since solved in many parts of the world,
including other West Indian islands, by the
organisation of one or more efficiently
managed Building Societies, which are
mutually beneficial organisations run for
the members, with the scrupulously fair
division amongst those members of all

the price of imported tulips, roses
and Czechoslovak cut glass bowls
to put them in, the odd statutette}
works out at a mere fraction of
the living index».,Now that the| >
days of gracious living are long| used to rise late, dine out many nights, and

since gone, these: statuettes—the| come home at any time after midnight till

size of the exhibits is limited—|~ at any. ait 8

can just about be accommodated} *WO In the morning. He had a melancholy

in the dining-cum-sitting or| horror of solitude, and Miss Williams used
to sit up to whatever hour of the night was



It is well known that for want
of a nail a battle was lost. This
adage obviously serves as the
clue to what is behind the sculp-
ture of today. So often in the
work of the younger generation
of sculptors, rusty nails protrude
at what one can only imagine tc
be strategic positions, in lumps of
Cotswold stone. The presence of

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Gallon.

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profits. thane rusty nails one must attri- base on which the conglomeration ee often take time - oecessary in order to talk to him and drink Packed in Tins of
i ractice is to have such oute to the high prices of imported stands. It is fe | achieve acceptance. It is difficult) |. ; . - stimes comp:
In America, the p 0 ore dnisthnidhet that the attics Con It is fantastic at first to appreciate such novelties | t®@ when he arrived. Sometimes company Imperial Measure.
Societies, and the Government has set up into which the ores are manufac- While abstraction and distortion as “Bird, 1950” and Barbara| collected around him even at this hour, and
a department known as the Federal Hous- | tured are labelled for “export are the general theme of | the eee aeagotn week P| Boswell records that to be taken in to Sy +
ing Administration, which guarantees | short’ tedly one of the more peculiar bound to produce a streamlined| drink late tea with Miss Williams was an

It seems as if, for the nails and
other materials required for the
casting of metal statues, sculp-
tors are now foreed to search
bombed-sites. They pick up, or
hope to pick up there, the frag-

Sitting

loans made by the Societies, to the tune
sometimes of 90 odd per cent, such loans
being made mostly to returned GIs.

In England, there are more than 140
Building Societies, some of them with as
many as 400,000 members. These English
Building Societies are run for the just and
mutual benefit of all the members and
make intelligently considered loans on first

and least attractive exhibits. It 0% a complicated art, and just as
is characteristic of a type of mod- we have learned to take super-
ern sculpture which makes Henry sonic speeds as all in the course
Moore appear almost old fashioned of daily events, so too, no doubt,
and a seated figure by Uli Nimptseh will we learn to accept the newer

quite, quite passe in comparison. and more Startling forms of art.

On The Fence

NATHANIEL GUEEINS

honour that was coveted amongst the Doc-
tor’s friends.

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Another important member of the house-
hold was Francis Barber. This young man
was a Jamaican Negro who had come into
the Doctor’s service very young. and served
him so long and so faithfully that Johnson
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i : sroperty he possessed. Frank performed
mortgage security over real estate, but are “Intellectual group begin- “Then I will recite Pushkin in body if the balloon goes up. She , és gree Ta for Johnson— not backed by any Governmental agency. ning camping holiday, have the dark. Nobody can under- said the Russians won't bother to| "©@™'Y CVery °
y any : : » ;
7 et eo souteinkes or aoe, Pushkin except in the drop atomic bombs on the cities,} him, nursed him when he was ill, ran his { Vv 1 .1
tated | ‘ of dark, a she OUR DRY ) '
_They have become affiliated Bt AE rae tents. cooking appreciated.”— “Listen, everybody. Pack all Seana an” Waa Gale Gee ence errands, cleaned the house. The kitchen i I \
cited Building Societies of Great Britain, a fale “th. a: -catheibaden that stu aoe ere listen to 0U8 hot tidal waves which will] was for many years under the command of
: ; j ive is u S8Ci im e e en to * ‘ sy
an organisation whose objective ve the field in Sussex. Tent poles and my Ophelia. then you can tell all alive like aber 4 and boil US| Vis, Desmoulins, another indigent lady, a WILL BE CLOSED
steady improvement of Building Society penyas: have been unloaded from me if I'm going to be a greap\ * widow who was the daughter of Dr. John- ‘
ractice throughout the country. and as an y. GUTS es: Or: Ror You'll + gladyto. bear that) pnte 4 ne: - WAS 5 for
Pp & , ry _ Tall, thin men in shorts, show- I can tell you now. Back to gear, darling Poray’s still with us, |°0 s godfather. There was also Lovett,
offshoot there exists an Institute for the [ing long, (hairy legs, and open- the hotel everybody. If he had been a man instead of|a rather seedy kind of unqualified physician STOCK T AKIN( ;
Pele 5 Tak : , . = : ; ~-
training of clerks in modern Building Soci- | adam's apples, are inearnest con- Wetter From An aoe. Pip onkan. ama 0b whose practice was among the very poor,
ety practice. f : ere aries heckinaaltod Aunt meat ration (she always feels sick | and who at times was almost destitute him- on }
In order to achieve the formation of the coloured, wooden heads. i a MY Dear Boy, eucuentenett io ne ie Beaes self. He used regularly to take breakfast .
ildi i P ‘What’s the extr ne? % & it to bite her legs ; = pr i i
Barbados Building Society the Secretary are asking. “Man Aol vomant a edie teers a ies under the table, though she with Johnson and he always ate the crust TUESDAY, 26TH — WEDNESDAY, 27TH

of the Associated Building Societies of
Great Britain was approached and his as-
sistance, in the form of verbal discussion
of the problems, and in the donation of all
the most modern pamphlets issued under
the auspices of the Building Societies In-
stitute, has been invaluable.

In point of fact, it is mainly due to the

“Woman.”

“T hope the fool can light a
fire. My feet are wet.”

“IT hope she can put up tents.
I ee stunned myself with a
pole.”

‘T’d be grateful if the creature
could boil some potatoes or open
a tin. I’ve cut my fingers to
ribbons,”

“Is that her struggling through

doesn’t suffer much as his teeth! of the rolls while Johnson ate the crumbs.
are getting long and loose.

The gardener still reads Kay} Although this household may have been
Mars, in the tool shed and is now! strange, and at times perhaps chaotic, the
earning Russian,.when he should
be lifting the potatoes. He thinks Doctor showed his humanity not only by his
he will be commissar of our] general kindness to his dependents, but by
avenue on “the day” and might an unusual delicacy in his treatment to-

have to order a Russian firing
squad to shoot us as bourgeoise| wards them. Often when he was out to

demanding the re-formation of
the Home Guard, he is concen-
trating all his enegeries on
hounding down local Communists
and fellow travellers,

As you might expect, the iron-
monger, who had a commission
in the local H.G,s, is your uncle’s
chief victim. As most people
know the ironmonger is no more

And
THURSDAY, 28TH

REOPENING TO BUSINESS

on

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the gate with a huge porman- reactionaries, ; q Hak hi 7 hee 4 FRIDAY, 29TH SE 2
assistance rendered so graciously by him OE icin Sie de the Comsaunlate, dada ae? tatttaee Your loving, foes cn W ae would og oe geen : e EPTEMBER
s na ‘ ‘ : ¢ >
i ishing “ a , * ,. tunate for him that he always Aunt Maud. special delicacy would arrive for her, en
and by the Secretary of the flourishing Oh, hello, Oo, that bag’s cog to be away somewhere ae nga did fee 0 has Ginturbed by we Our Customers aré’asked to take note
Trinidad Building and Loan, that Barbados | heavy. - when there’s sabotage in the Indian Dr. Jo paper St not wish to be distur >y of tha. ubowe aihditenge thelt shesaee
can at last boast a properly organised " - ay Navy. He was on his holidays Harley-Street any visitors he would steal away to work in ocoordiaaty. pping
Suiiding Bociet ) : thane ye onoe ey nae it, on when something wert re with his attic, so quietly that Frank the negro
ULL . now. rucksack’s good enou . “
: ~ + | had to bring my books” Your “wucie’ gilied (him when dodlrs mms Kashmir, witch | servant would genuinely think he had gone

The Barbados Building Society, there- Your uncle grilled ¢him when

doctors have opened a clinic.”

2 F “Books?” th ._ a‘ ie tec 1
fore, as does every other Building Society, “Yes, I've brought Shakespeare, be Prrvel bask oe wd ae Nae c- Wines Se bows. ss out; thus he would be spared the embarras Da COsT A & Ce., Lid.
forms a channel into which investors can |Shaw, Chaucer's Canterbury house at Herne Bay was a fake. t . €S! ment of having consciously to tell a lie to

to say that, except for the differ-
ence in drugs and treatment, the
clinie is much the same as those in
England,

Apart from the ordinary charges| go out himself to buy oysters,

Tales, and Pushkin.”
“Yeu needn't worry about that
now. Can you put up a tent?”
“Oh, no, I nearly strangled
myself trying to do that when I

visitors. And, Miss Lane said, when Hodge,
the family cat, was ill, Dr. Johnson would
lest Frank’s

feed money in amounts and at times largely DRY GOODS DEPT.
of their own choosing and thus acquire a

perfectly safe investment paying better

He is also suspected of having
a private radio transmitter which
blows raspberries throughout the

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ws. Whenever this hap- ; . . :
mie was in the Brownies, Are you verte there are extras for almost every-| pag}; ,y running errands| > FOS PSS $09 SS ee
than average dividends. fond of Bach?” Peis VOUT ‘ORR Sree cee ig thing, from newt’s blood and oe ooxe be hurt by g 8 aneiers
; a y ; i is at’s wings he treat- - an animal. ‘
At the same time the dual purpose of | iNever mind about Bach Can jngeq' re was again unfortunate, pave mis fa te tect, | for an. : ‘
i i it: roviding a « ate that on one occasion the iron- pojled rats for euri Sieh y
pee oe mm ee fr es caste Scie men won aed Sonaer wes ticingsias wismann jc rats for curing squints and 4 5
und from w peop doing that when I was in the set to pieces. Of course, your Ajso extra are spells cast on x 8
of life, who are desirous of borrowing Brownies,” ; s node wrote to Scotland Yard that yelatives and other enemies, Our Readers Say: % %
, “Bla : es. 1 you ng.
money for building or improving their | OVS afbes or open atin’ of es ° ‘ tenes formance, vary according to} ————____ % %
homes can effect loans by giving a first | bully?” : Emily’s nerves are worse than * * q % Ganee ao HERRINGS in Tins %
land and house as suitable “Oh, no. I couldn't do that. I at any time during the war. For Lacie the ‘ beneficiary Thanks For The Band E NUTS KIPPERS in Tins %
mortgage over jan might cut my violin finger,” When she is not digging a fox under the will of a rich uncle can|The Editor, The Advocate, ye SALT BLACK PEPPER x
security, and can repay such loans over a “Your what?” hole for herself in the garden have him struck dead by remote] SIR,—Please allow me on behalf of the people ARLEY in Tins PURE VINEGAR %
You see, I've brought my she lies quaking in bed, reading control for a few annas and alof St. Joseph to thank Col. Michelin for sending] % FIGS BISTO GRAVY POWDER 5}
riod of years. violin with me.” . . or a few annas and aj0 Joseph to than! 0. chelin for sending BACON in Tins PICKLED WAL
pe f CS, Pin HEL ht your violin the official A.R.P, handbook on small commission on the takings. |the Police Band on Thursday afternoon to give us CANADIAN EGGS NUTS
The time saved and the ease of proce- bees sour? ent y ’ atomic flashes and burns. When The big money is made by|a most delightful concert at Bathsheba. Captain] %
very welcome. mM she read that light-coloured specialists who can turn a garrul-} Raison and his men were in excellent form and
dure alone will be y Oh, yes. I couldn’t miss the

It is the intention of the directors of the
Barbados Building Society to take advan-
tage of the offer by the Associated Build-

tuals like you,
”

“You won't.”

ing Societies of Great Britain to become

affiliated to that body as soon as this be-

comes feasible.

Most of the commodities review-
ed in the latest issue of “Plan-
tation Crops*”’, just published
by the Commonwealth Economic
Committee, play an important
part in the Commonwealth’s trade
with the rest of the world. Three
of these commodities, rubber,
cocoa and tea, are high on the
list of Commonwealth dollar
earners but the two former were
seriously affected by. the condi-
tions prevailing in the United
States. market during 1949. In
another case, tobacco, which is
imported into the Commonwealth
countries chiefly from the Unitea
States, dollar-saving measures
have occasioned a continued ex-
pansion in supplies from Com-
monwealth sources, mainly
Southern Rhodesia

Aghopin is so

World exports of sugar, tea,
coffee, tobacco and rubber dur/ng
1949 were all greater than before
the war while cocoa exports also,
though less than pre-war, were
heavier than in 1948, The Com-
monwealth again provided the
bulk of world exports of tea,
cocoa, rubber, and its exports of
sugar and tobacco reached new
high levels.

Production And Trade

The world output of plantation
crops has increased appreciably
since the war and by 149 the
production of sugar, tea, tobacco
and rubber exceeded pre-war
levels. The quantities enterng
international trade, greatly re-
duced during the war, have also
shown a remarkable recovery

although the United States’ de-

chance of playing before intellec-

comes up I will play Chopin to

ing in the moonlight,”
“There’s no moon tonight.”

clothes are a better protection
than dark, she gave all her black
things to the charwoman (1
suppose it doesn’t matter what
happens to her) and now goes
about completely hidden in
white draperies like a ghost,
Florrie came round to tea and
told us there is no hope for any-

When the moon cerous,

*
restful, so sooth-

phants has now
because the last
clinic.

London

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Plantation Crops. 1950

mand for some of these products

rubber, where there has been

was checked during 1949; on the considerable progress in both
export side, Marshall Aid has Malaya and Indonesia; in the
helped to maintain the supply of former country production has
sugar and tobacco to countries latterly been nearly twce as
short of dollars. heavy as at the beginning of the
Since the war there has been War and production in Ceylon

also, gre@{ly expanded during the
war, has continued on a’ heavier
scale than formerly. increase in the output of cane
sugar in both Commonwealth and
foreign countries has been sup-
plemented by a recovery in beet
sugar production in European im-
porting countries with the result
that world supplies in 1949 were
about 10 per cent. larger than
before the while the gt

an expansion in the Common-
wealth production of all the main
plantation crops except cocoa.
where disease in the Gold Coast
has been a limiting factor, but
even here output in 1949 was at
a comparatively high level. Com-
monwealth exports have increas-
ed also though there was some
decline in coffee exports in 1949

The recovery in production and

trade has been most marked for war;

ous aunt into a crocodile or rhi no-

The common practice of paying
big money for unpopular matrons
to be turned into rogue she ele-

their music was well appreciated by the large
crowds who gathered from all parts of the Parish.
We hope that they will soon come again and that
n the not too distant future we will have a good
Band Stand for them at our Community Centre
which we hope to establish at Bathsheba.
Yours truly,
L, C. MALLALIEU,
Rector of St, Joseph.

been forbidden
one wrecked the

Express Service









est developments have occurred
in Cuba and American countries,
there has been also a substantial
increase in production in Austra-
lia, South Africa, the British West
Indies, Mauritius and other Com-

monwealth countries, both South-
ern Rhodesia and Nyasaland
have inereased their production.

United Kingdom Imports
Commonwealth countries have






monwealth countries. India, Pak- supplied practically all the United
istan and Ceylon still provide Kingdom’s tea, cocoa and rubber
about two-thirds of the world in recent years, and in 1949 the
exports of tea and the output of Commonwealth’s skare of the
these countries, especially of total imports of each of these
India, has remained at a high commodities was 95 per cent. or
level. Although coffee produc- more. The Commonwealth's
tion in Brazil and ohter impor- share of the coffee imports in
tant producing areas in recent 1949 was the same as pre-war,
years has been lighter than be- about 50 per cent.. while Com-
fore the ,_ exports have been monwealth supplies of tobacco
heavier; the Commonwealth pro- accounted for 40 per cent. of the
( confined mainly to East total, as against under 27° per
é B mall but continues to cent, before the war. The United
expand Not vithstanding export Kingdom is now more dependent

Meultic t in the
higher

Com-

on foreign countries for sugar



United State ren

han pre-war nd



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SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER

23, 1950



In The “Soho
Of Barbados”

Nelson Street, one of the busi-
est streets in the City, is called
by many the “Soho of Barbados.”

In this street live hawkers
from Dominica, St Lucia, St
Vineent, and Trinidad. They have
come here to try their
many them were finding it
difficult make a living in their
land.

Some are doing very well here
selling fruit, which they
from their homeiand.

One St, Lucian woman told the
“Advocate” yesterday that she
hus been living in Jordan Lane
which is near Nelson Street, for
three years and her business is
the selling of oranges, grapefruits,
spices, coconuts. and mangoes.

She is one of the few that has
managed to save something for a
rainy day. Sitting on a stool and
surrounded by many barrels of
oranges, she said that she hopes

own 15




to extend her two-room house
and . build a proper counter to
exhibit her goods, She came to
3arbados in 1944 with a few trays
and $50 to start, with. At that
time she was Nving in Nelson St.

She then lived and sold her fruit
in a room. To-day after years of
hard work and a determination to
suecced, she hes her own house.

One of the amusing things for
3arbadians living in that area is
the foreign tanguage used by the
St. Luciar wk» they are quar-

relling with ich other. This
language is called patois and the
gesticulations of the foreigners is
the only c'ue to give the onlooker
an idea of what they are saying.

Waiking through Nelson Street
ones attention is first directed to
the gutters which are mostly in
a dirty condition. The hotels are
generally crowded with the idle
and many a day a tired labourer
may he seen getting a “nap” on
one of the pavements.



7 Wilis Admitted
To Probate

HIS HONOUR the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, in the Court
of Ordinary yesterday granted the
petitions of seven people for Let-
ters of Administration, and admit-
ted seven wills to probate.

The petitions were as follow:

Petition of Martha Augusta Les-
lie of Ivy Road, St. Michael to the
estate of Allan Beresford Leslie.

Petition of Eustace Maxwell
Shilstone and L. E. R. Gill, So-
licitors of this Island as attorneys
of James M. Harris and Henry G.
Harris (cum testamento annexo)
to estate of Athelstan Watson late
of Christ Church,

Petition of Florence Albertha
Reid of St. Philip to the estate
of Frederick Arthur Reid.

Petition of Lily Jawahir of St.

Michael to the estate of Gordon
Springer (cum testamento an-
nexo).

Petition of ' Charles Lindsay

Baird of St. Thomas to the estate
of Edward Arnold Baird.

Petition of Thelma Zena Hinds
of Christ Church to the estate of
Alice Louise Thalia Greathead.

Petition of FitzStanley Edgar
Gulstone of St. Michael, attorney
of FitzGerald Dacosta Maynard of
New York City to the estate of
Joseph Augustus Maynard.

The names of those whose wills
were admitted follow: Letitia
Smith, Ashton Winthrop Hunt,
Clarence Bayley, Helen Holder,
Louise Callender and George
Theophilus Pollard, late of St.
Michael, and Charles William
Christopher Selman, late of St.
George.



—

New Bank Manager

Mr. C. C. Bethell, clerk of the
Sugar Industry Agricultural Bank,
was yesterday appointed Manager
of that Bank. He fills the place
of Mr. A. L. Bailey who has re-
tired,

The appointment was made at
a meeting of the Board of
Directors.











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68 Families

Sixty-eight families and
Government Housing Estate at the
Pine, Mr. T. O. Lashley, Secre-
tary of the Housing Bourd,
Alloca-
of houses in that Estate is
finished for the time being. It
will start again on completion of
the 27 additional houses ¢n the
top of the hill opposite those now
occupied.

Six four-room houses, ten of
three rooms and fourteen cf two
rooms, are now being lived in.

The larger houses were given to
people who did not get last year
because flood viciims were given
priority.

The houses carry individual
water closets, domestic taps and
baths. In the majority of cases
the toilets and baths are in the
yards. The houses have no pri-
vate enclosures, but tenants were
given seed with whieh t) plant



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enclosing hedges. The houses are
built of megcrete.

The keeping of feathered stock,
sheep, goats and rabbits is allow-
ed, but no pigs can be kept. The
keeping of any kind of stock is
subject to the control of the
sanitary authorities, and any
buildings erected for stock keep-
ing purposes have to be approved
by the Housing Board.

No electricity has yet been in-

stalled in the estate. This will
have to await the building of a
main entrance road to serve

the area. The Board hopes to
have this road constructed soon,

The area is one of the coolest
in St. Michael, but yesterday’s
temperature, about 87 degrees in
the shade, had tenants hurrying
in from outdoor washing after 11
am, It did not stop ce tenant
from doing some chair caning as
can be seen in the picture which
accompanies this story. In the
picture, another tenant, a woman,
is about to cool off with a glass
of water she is being handed
through the window.

Chinese Restaurant
In Bridgetown

The first Chinese Restaurant in
Barbados wili be opened tonight
at 7 o’clock. Situated in Marhill
Street, City, the restaurant has
private dining rooms and two halls
and a bar.

The lampshades hanging in the
verandah are of oriental design
end 100 people can easily be ac-
commodated in the Restaurant.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday Mr. Maurice Jones,
Globe representative said that it
was felt that a place where the
public can go and enjoy them-
selves with a good meal was need-
ed. He felt sure that this Chinese
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AN INDUSTRIOUS TENANT at the Pine Housing Estate was caning a chair when the “Advocate”
visited the Area yesterday. Nearby a woman is taking a glass of water through the Window.

Pine Estate Houses Bytler’s Absence From
.| Trinidad Lost Him Seats

Thinks Brancker

IF BUTLER had returned to Trinidad sooner, he
have won even more seats in the Council, Mr. J.
Brancker, M.C.P., who returned from Trinidad on We
day told the Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Brancker said that the polling day was the quie
est he ever experienced, and that the average voter was
more swayed by personality than by policy.

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shops were allowed to be opened and canvassing was not

permitted within a specified distance from the

booths. The voters walked

d polling
into the booths in as orderly

a manner as if they were going into church.

Many public meetings were held
and on the eve of tne elections
tuere were continuous processions
of cars and bicycles with placards |
recommending the various candi-|
dates.

Those who voted for Butler’s
candidates, did so as though they
‘were voting for Butler himself,
with the possible exception of
those Butlerites who voted for
Mitra Sinanan as he was the law-
yer who defended Butler some
years ago.

The defeat of Dr. Patrick
Solomon, former member of the
Legislature was widely regretted
by thinking people throughout
Trinidad. He was beaten by Tang
by about 200 votes. Tang was
backed strongly by the Chinese
element and by Roman Catholics.
The deciding factor, however
said Mr, Brancker, “was undoubt-
edly the action of Government in
making available to the City
Council of which Mr. Tang is at
present Mayor, $44,000 as back
pay for City Council workers. The
money was only made available
on the eve of the polling day and
Mr. Tang in his capacity as Mayor,
took a prominent part in the
distribution.

Back Pay

“Considering the type of people
who were the recipients of the
back pay and of whom a consid-
erable number were voters in the
same district where Norman Tang
and Dr. Solomon were opponents,
it was not surprising that Solomon
was defeated.

“Dr, Solomon is clearly a man
of whom the Government of
Trinidad is afraid. He was, to-
gether with his second in com-
mand, Victor Bryan who was
returned for Eastern Counties
with the largest number of votes
received by any candidate in the
elections, the thorn in the side of
Government in the last House.

“Mr. Gomes had a comparative-
ly easy time in North Port-of-
Spain. He held few meetings and
appeared to rely on the publicity
he had obtained while in England,
as Chairman of the Sugar Dele-
The Trinidad press

strongly backed Gomes

ri
iii,

; 4gainse Duval, vang ana IWetto,

“It Was oniy in last min-
utes that bButier una Roodal
appeared to be co-operating and

tue

Koodal lost, althougn ne was a
Butlerite,

“Roy Joseph, Mayor of San
Fernando, who won trom Dr. Lee

Dental Surgeon, is one of the most
astute politicians in the Carib-
bean. In the Legislature, at meet-
ing after meeting, he would take a
certain section of the electorate
—nurses, police, peasants, or taxi
drivers—-and would sponsor some
move on their behalf, making sure
that before the end of the life
of the legislature, he had put in a
word for everybody. He then
reminded the people at election
time how he had espoused their
causes,

“To select the five members to
be elected to complete the cabinet,
lis a matter left for a free vote
of the elected members. They
would be acting very unwisely
not to select Mr. Butler and his
right hand man among the five.”

Bryan Has Good Chance

Mr, Branecker thinks that Roy
Joseph and Albert Gomes should
have no difficulty in being elected
for the Cabinet by their colleagues
and that Victor Bryan with his
previous experience in the Leg-
islature stands a good chance,

“It is anticipated that there wil!
be a great deal of manoeuvring

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|The Unhappy
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| From Our Own Correspondent)

| ST. JOHN’S
THERE is a new name for, the

| Leewards—the Unhappy Islands

; Mr. K, W. Blackburne who be-

j came Governor of the Leewards

this week had this to say about

the new name in his Swearing-in

speech

; “In all my contacts with people | the

| in London, from what I have read
j in the English Press and in the
;jhundreds of personal letters

| which I have received since my |

appointment from people all over
the world from Malayans, from
Chinese, from Africans, from In-
dians and from West Indians, one
constant theme has been repeated
to me—concern at what lies ahead
| of me in the Leeward Islands. The
impression that all thesé people
have got is that the Leeward
Islands are—if I may use a sim-
ple word—“Unhappy”. Now I
don’t know whether this is true;
| but what does concern me is that
the outside world is apparently
talking like this about the Islands
in which you and I are living.
Because if we present a picture
of discord and unhappiness to che
outside world, we will certainly
find it harder to get the help
which we need for development
} and improvement. Goodness
; Knows, there seems to ke reason
;eneugh for unhappiness if one
reads reports about the Leeward
fares poor housing, poor hos-
pitals, to little water, inadequate
| education, poverty, and poor con-



ditions generally, and all too
little money with which to im-
| prove them, But these are mate-

}vial problems, and they can be
solved in time if there is sufficient
goodwill on all sides, if people
will only try to see the other
feliow’s point of view, if everyone
will sincerely try to do their bit
to help in their solution; in short,
if we can solve our human prob-
lems, we shall be well on the
road to solving our material ines.
people need.
Must Look Forward

And when we turn to our
material problems, let us remem-
ber that Utopia cannot be achieved
overnight; let us remember that
we must always look forward—
recriminations about what may
| have happened—or not happened
in the past get no one anywhere
and finally let us remember that
the improvement of conditions
depends on every one of us. It is
\ fashionable in many countries for
the public to sit Lack and blame





“the Government” for every ill
(1 don’t know whether if is a
national pastime in the Leeward

Islands «as well) Governments
often need criticism to spur them
on to greater efforts, and to that
extent criticism is good. But it
can be the most soul-destroying
instrument to a people if it blinds
them to their own responsibili-
ties--to the facts that a Govern-
ment can only do what it can
afford, and that hard work by all
the people all the time is the only
way to increase production and
so to enable the Government
pay for the things which
p. ple need.

$100 SHARK

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT OF SPAIN.
Jane Carter, Eastern market
vendor in Port-of-Spain had to
pay a fine of $100 for selling two
pounds of shark for 18 cents in-
stead of 16 cents.

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bados as Black Fever and what
some people are fearing as that
disease is none other than Enteric
Fever, Dr. F. N. Grannum, Acting
Director of Medical Services told
“Advocate” yesterday,

He said that only one case of
Enteric Fever had been reported
this month. This was from the
Carrington Village district. With
in recent months all contacts had
received treatment by P.M.O’s.

Up to September 16 this year,
22 cases of Enteric Fever had been
reported with 8 deaths as against
53 with 17 deaths for the cor-
responding period last year,

At this time of the year, said
Dr, Grannum, many people were
absent from work as a result of
feverish colds and bronchitis —
so-called influenza which was
due to a change of the weather.
On the whole, this year so tar
has been a healthy one and the!
typhoid returns are well below
the average





Plantation
Crop, 1950

From Page 4

than before the war but
the Commonwealth provided 46
per cent. of the total imports
(which are supplemented by a
considerable domestic production
of beet sugar).

in 1949

Trends In Consumption

Estimates of consumption show
some potable changes and con-
trasts, Thus, although in the
United Kingdom the consumption
of coffee has more than doubled
since pre-war years, it is still less

than 2 Ib. per head compared
with 19 lb. in the United States.
With the exception of South

Africa, and to a less extent Can-
ada, Commonwealth countries
favour tea, and per caput con-
sumption in the United Kingdom
is about 8 Ib.. as against little
more than % lb. in the United
States. Tobacco consumption in
the United Kingdom has fallen
since the war; nevertheless in
1949, at over 200 million Ib., it
Was appreciably greater than be-
fore the war. Tobacco consump-
tion in the United States has
msen steadily, and there has been

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SATURDAY,

SEPTEMBER 23, 1956

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

ee

DIED

KING — SEYMOUR, at his _ residence,
Road, Carrington Vill
funeral will leave his late residence
today at 4.30 p.m. for Westbury Ceme-
tery. Friends are asked to attend
Mrs. Ethel King (Mother), Miss ga
King (Daughter), Carlton King (Brother,
Violet Murrell ‘Sister), (U.S.A), Sey-
mour King Wilshire
(Brother),

Son), Eustace

Marian Jones (Niece).

SIMON — IRIS, Upper Cokewore Rock,
sister of Mrs. M
da}.
Sars Rock, at 4: p.m, for the
‘ lurch, thence to the West-

SKEENE
(Dentist),

— EUSTACE, FITZHERBERT
at his residence y
. Internment took place at St.
Patrick's Church, » yes=
terday evening.
ts. Margery Skeene
Dunean Ashby and Mrs, Grdlinnh Gittens
(Sisters).

(Wife)

ir. Coiin Man desires to thank

all those who attended the funeral.



IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our Dear Mother
CLARA who passed
away the 23rd. September, 1

One year has passed since that sad

When one we loved was called away
For those she loved she did her

God grant her His Eternal Rest.
Children Eldean, Clarence (U.S.A.)

oF

Eric (Grand children), Elsie

50—1n

(Cousin.)

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Hiliman 10 h.p. 1939 model in
offer. Telephone 4137.

CAR—(1) one 1942 Dodge Car—in
condition,

Apply Cosmopolitan Garage,
Magazine Lane.

Phone 3915,

9.50—Sn

ARMSTRONG SIDDELEY
Sedan.

CAR—An

4—5 Seater inspection,

Church Street.

nec neler ieee

CAR —1934 model Chevrolet Car Engine
in perfect order.
tyres. _No reasonable offer
Apply J. H.
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ew ery, 4 new

refused .
oon Intent,

N. Jemmott,



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a anes

Dodge Lorry in
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Neils Plantation,
9.50—6n

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Massiah Taitt's Plantation,
Phone 91-30.





WASHING MACHINF -One (1) Cana-
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Spin-rinser, this Machine is new. Apply
W. B. Hutchinson & Co. Dial

17.9.50—t.f.n.
FURNITURE

FURNITURE--Dining table, dressing
and other items. Apply petwecn

“Leonor”, Worthing

table,
4 and 6 p.m.

50—2n



LIVESTOCK



HORSE—One thoroughbred yearling
Gelding, by O. T. C. out of Biretta
Apply:—J. W. Chandler, Todds Estate,

St. John, 21.9.50-—3n



MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two
St,

condition. iz
Mile Hill, Michael,

20 .9.50—3n



POULTRY

~POULTRY—White Laghorn, 3. pullets, Léghorn, 3 pullets,
2 cockerells. Phone 2900 in reply to W.
Haynes between the hours
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MECHANICAL

“BICYCLES—AIl at: All at spec cial low cash
prices — Dial 4391 Courtesy Garage.
22.9,50-

gn



IRRIGATION “TRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised piping.
Also Mill, 10 ft.

Fan, 60 ft. Tower, 2%
4038
St.
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Ring
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Two Mile

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“SEWING MACH MACHINE—One Jones sew-
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head, Shot Hall Cottage,

pBCALES— (500 Ib.)

Bay Street.
23.9.50—2n

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COLLINS LIMITED.
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ARAGE. Dial 435!

22,9.50.—3n,

GAS “GAS TANK LOCKING ee

Vauxhall VELOX & WYVER
$2.34. COURTESY GARAGL— fal ‘39.
22.9.50-—3n



_, CALVANISED SHEETS—-24 ‘gauge. In
Enquire
ANY, Trafalgar

15.9.50—t.f.n.

“PRAM—tLarge twin ¢ twin pram with folding
hood. Apply Mrs. L. A.
et ee? eee 95-275

9 an 10 feet lengths.
COMP.

Phone 2696.

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FOUND

FALSE TEETH—Ladies Top late on
Aquatic Club Beach on Tuesday,
— Owner can recover same by call-
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Pinfold
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23.9.50—3n

te
VESTS—Ladies Vests in Silk Cotton and
Cotton and Rayon. These are different.
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LARGE HOUSE & AP.
Sea, St. Lawrence, fully furnished.
Phone 8357. 8.9.50—t.f.n.

TANGLIN — Ba’
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“HOUSE — Ashton-on-Sea. Maxwell
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Dining Rooms, Verandah Overlookin«
the Sea and all modern conveniences.
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PUBLIC SALES



REAL ESTATE

“BELVOIR—St. James on Seaside. Three
edrooms, usual conveniences, Garag®.

Apply H. E. Me Kar or Dial 4048,
21.9.50—Sn

USE and outbuildings
standing on 1% acres of land in Christ

* {| Church, and

WELLING HOUSE
acres of land at Enterprise, Christ
‘hurch, and adjoining the abovemen-
tioned premises.

standing on 7

The abovementioned properties will be
set up for sale by iblic Auction at
our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday 29th September, 1950
at 2 p.m.

Inspection on application Mrs.
Lucas on the premises,

WOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
20; 9.50—9n .

to



PUBLIC NOTICES



The Raffie for the at Minor Motor
Car in Aid of St. -Winifred’s Sehoo!
Bullding Fund has been ima by Ticket

Mons ticket has been lost and unless

it is pr by anyone within the
next seven days the Car will be de-
jivered to the person whose name ap-
pears on the Counterfoil of axes No.
0 9.50—3n.





THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
Applications will

undersigned for acant Post of Or-
ganist at St. Saviour’s Church, up to
Saturday October 7th 1950, Salary $24.00
per month. Certificate of Health must
accompany

the

application,

Natty € Clerk, St. Biareta
22.9 .50—6:

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an)

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Violet Roach of
Hothersal Turning holder of Liquor
License No. 874 of 1950 in respect of a
wall & wooden building at Corner of
Hothersal Turning, St. Michael for
permission to use said license at premi-
& galvanized Shop
Alleyne’s

es viz:—A board

Hall, St. Michael,
Dated this 2ist ‘day of September, 1990.
E. A. Mc Leod
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’"
Signed KENNETH HALL,
for Applicant.

N.B.—This sprticatien. | ya
sidered at a Licensing Cor

at Police Court, District A on

day the 3rd day of October 1950 i it
o'clock, a.m.

be con-
irt to oo ant

. Mc LEOD,
Police Tabataatate, out, y)
9150 in



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPBAI

.
\Equitable Jurisdiction).
JOSEPH COLERIDGE ARMSTRONG
Plaintatt.

ELSEN COSWOOD IFYLL,...Defendant,
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action itade on tHe 21st
day of Septémber 1950, T give notice w
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumprance
iffecting ali that certain piece or parcel
of land situate in the district known as
Saint Simons in the parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement eleven and nine tenths
thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands now or Jate of one
Medford on lands now or late of one
Small on lands now or late of one
Peon and on the public road or
however else the
bound and SECO) ALL THAT other
piece or parcel of an’ also situate at
Saint Simons in the said parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement two 1oods ten perches
or thereabouts abutting and bounding
towards the North on lands of one
Vaughn towards the West on lands ot
one Brooker towards the South on lands
of A. Medford and towards the Bast on
lands of one Dottin or however the same

ey

their witnesses, documents and vouchers,
te be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between tne hours of 12
(noon) and 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
at the Office of the Clerk of the Assist-
ant Court of Appeal at the Court House,
Bridgetown, before the 29th day of
September, 1950, in order that such
claims may be ranked according to the
nature and priérity thereof respectively;

from the benefit of the said Decree, and
be deprived of all claim on or against the
said property.
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 29th day of November, 1960, a*
10 o'clock a.m. when their sai claims
will be ranked.
Given under my hana this 2st day of
September, 1950.
V. GULKES,
Ag. Clerk of the’ ‘Assistant Court
of Appeal.



OFFICIAL SALE

RBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
PPEAL

Al
see ahi Jurisdiction).
JO COLERIDGE ARMSTRON:
Plaintiff.
COSWOOD IFILL....Defendant.
is hereby given that by virtue
the Assistant Court

BA

for sale to the
at the yay of the Clerk
Assistant Court of Appes} at the
Court House, ween the
ppp of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
on Friday, the first day of
December,

All that certain piece or parcel ot
the district known as
Saint Simons in the Parish of Sgnt
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement eleven and nine tenths
perches or thereabouts abutting and
bounding on lands now or late of one
Medford on lands now or late o: one
Small on lands now or late of one
Thompson and on the public road ,or

piece or parcel
Saint Simons in the said parish of Saint
Andrew and island aforesaid containing
by admeasurement two rcods ten perches
or thereabouts abutting and bound ing to-
wards the North on lands of one /aughn
towards the West on is of one
Brooker towards the south on lands of
A. Medford and towards the East on
lands of one Dottin or nowever else the
seme may abut and bound.

And if not then sold the said property
will be set up for sale on every succeed-
Ing Friday between same hours unt}
the same is sold for a sum not Jess than
(a) £50.00 (b>) £83. 6. 3.

Dated this 2ist day of an 1950,

Vv. GILKES.
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.
23.9.50—3r,

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= Lucas St.
30 fi
A.MLE. Church,
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morning.
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Mr. ning
Beachmont, ithsheba,
bedrooms with
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The public are hereby
giving credit te ms wile Satria;
tinee DURANT) as i do not hold Kgs
tesponsible for her or anyone else
tracting any debt or debts in my neine



in small General Store. Apply Z F. Y. uniess by a written = oe by me.
Advocate ~~ = 9.50—2n GOULBOURNE oo

A GIRL to do Book Work. Apply in St. Philip.
person > writing. Watkins & Co., ‘ 33.9.50—m
Roebuck Street 20.9.50—4n The public are hereby

COOK—A. “a ban te ae ae —2 to eee wife un Ciorids
large household. e and 0 hold myvelf responsible for her or any-

references required. Apply P.
22 c/o 92 ¢/o Advocate Co. E 20.9

“JUNIOR | CLERK

ae ae one else contracting any debt or debts

signed by me.

et SA

St. Andrew.
22.9.50—2n

for our Lumber ” Yard
at Six Mens, St. , Peter.

Hardware
Avety wales 0 in rson.
G" CHALLENOR. ‘LtD.,

eee 80.—en.| ° The ities aliite 1948
public are hereby warned inst ,
ih ae Td as, | #tving ‘credit to my. wife Valerie Roach | 20182—Gold Necklace; Gold Ring
sistant aad of Hotel. Must| (2¢¢ VAUGHN) as I do not hold myself
be capable of assuming the duties ot| SSPOnsible for her or anyone else con- JULY, 1948.

tracting any debt or

Manageress necessary. Accommo- signea
gation “prox Box Ke. “Adve nthe ‘premises. > pply igned COLIN ROACH,
‘ate ona Kensington New .



“The public are hereby warned against
oe credit to ny, wife Eileen
8 i do not hold myself

ible for her or anyone else con-

You Lady for our

Office
also to assist with the Books.
Apply by letter stating age, experience
and salary ed.
c. B. & CO., Bolton Lane
23.9.50—n

vnless by BS written order ire: ‘Staeoe by me



SAFE-Extra large Iron Safe. Apply Signed LUTHER
to Mrs. Nellie Belmar, Winona, Maxwell Da Gosia Lana, ¥
ve te Tel. 8135. 23.9.50—5n 2.9. -
“INDIVIDUAL COACHING ive by Engltzh a"
ew.
Proof-Reading, Typing | Miscellaneous Wants-Cont’d | ;

and ‘Stenciling efficiently and quickly





execut EE Og EE
oe “Oe ee CLASS—fiaw term starts 20h Satenber, | 21042—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
— p.m. Landscape & Life etc. Arts & | 210B9—100 yd. Roll c. T. S. Wire
GRASS—Sour Grass to wey Dial ales Society, Queen's Park, ah 21090—Ladies’ R. G. Wrist Watch
oe ve rae cs geen = em 21091 —Gold Ring
GOVERNMENT NOTICES 31098—Gola Ring
ON MONDAY the 25th of September, 1950, at noon and 8 pm.,| 22408—Gold Necklace and

connection with hurricane warnings. This notice is published so that
the public will understand and will not be alarmed.
23.9.50.



Vacant Post of Assistant Veterinary Officer, Department
of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.

must be Members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, of
hold equivalent qualifications The post is pensionable and carries
salary on scale of $2,880 x $144 to $4,320. Point of entry determined | 2
by experience and qualifications.
of two referees should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture,

Bridgetown, and should reach him not later than 16th October, 1950. 21452—Gold Ring

Further details will be supplied on request. 20. 9.50.—3n

En
lations For British Council Scholarships.

1. The Council offers scholarships to overseas students,
at Universities and other educational institutions in the United King- |
dom.
2. The awards are mainly for men and women who have al-
equivalent professional qualifications. Preference is given to eandi-
dates between 25 and 35 years of age.

8. The scholarships are normally for one academic year of 1

400—80R Necklace
in my name unless by a written order | 17 ecklace

unless by a written ae ened es oe sores ta Bangle
in. as wale: Gold Tie

ainst | 20765—Gold Rin
“Fields 20772-—Gold N

ndan
tracting any débt or debts in my name | 20814—Gold Bangle

Pendan
it is proposed to test out the five SIRENS which are to be used in| 91991—-Gold Necklace and

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Veterinary | 21356—Gold Ring
Officer, Department of Science and Agriculture. Barbados. Applicants did

Applications mentioning the names | 914)7—Gold Ring; Two Gold
Links

tenable | 21477—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Watch

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
!

UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

warned agains: =|

PAGE _SEVE N



On Tuesday and Wednesday, 26th and 27th September,

sold.






































NOVEMBER, 1947.
16766—Gold Ring

18535—Celd Necklace

lace and
it

20837—Gold Ring
20866—Gold Ring

AUGUST, 1948.
eet ae Ring

id Ring
208e—Gent's R. G. Wrist Watch
988—Gold

Pendant,
21222—Gent’s R. ¢: Wrist Watch

21269—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

21272—Gold Ring

21276—Gent's R- G. Wrist Watch
and strap

21335—Ma

chine
21351—Gold Watch Chair

Chrome Wrist
ae Ring
1400—Gents’ and Laides’ R. G.
Wrist Watches

SEPTEMBER, 1948.

21457—Gold Ring

21459—Gent’s Chrome Wrist.
Watch; Cigarette Case

| 21482—Gold Bracelet; Gold Ear-
rin

8s
ready successfully completed university degree courses or who have | 21531—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

and Strap
21570—Gold Ring

0 | 21625—Ladies’ Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap

months or for two academic years, according to the duration of the 21646—Ladies’ R. G. Wrist Watch

approved course of study.

Subjects already provided for by other | 51¢@4—Gent’s Gold Watch Chain.

Scholarships are generally avoided, and in view of the difficulty of |21744—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Wateh;

obtaining places in British Universities, chances seem to be somewhat
in favour of those who wish to study subjects as may be studied in
non-University institutions. It is possible that this year consideration
may be given to a competent candidate who wishes to study public

finance, including local Government practice in the United Kingdom. | 9;ggg—Gold Ring
A full scholarship is intended to cover all expenses of main~ | 21895—-Gold Ring
tenance and study, and includes fares, fees, personal maintenance, @ ]}21

4.

grant for books and apparatus of £10 per annum and approved
travelling expenses in the United Kingdom. The maintenance allow-
ance varies between £25 and £35 monthly according to the seniority
of the scholar and the place in which he is studying. Where scholars
are in a position to do so, they are expected to contribute to the cost..
5. holarships are awarded only on the recommendation of the
Council Representatives overseas,
6. Conditions of Tenure

(a) A scholar must spend the whole of his scholarship period

to his own country at the end of this time.
(b)

exceptional cases.

A scholar must follow the course of study approved by

the Council and abide by the rules of the University or

other institution in which he is placed.

(d) Scholars may not bring their wives or families with them
to the United Kingdom.

Method of Application.

(c)

7.

Yhe British Council, “Wakefield”, Bridgetown.

These application forms must be completed and returned with
supporting documents before 6th October, 1950.

Candidates recommended by local selection committees will be

required to supply five (5) sets of all documents and may also be 22193—Camera,

required to submit a medical certificate of fitness.

make his second application in full.

8. Method of Selection.

A local selection committee will consider applications from resi-
dents in Barbados. The recommendations of this committee will be
further considered, together with others from the Leeward and the
Windward Islands, by an area selection committee under the chair-
manship of the British Council Representative.

The final selection will be made by the British Council in London
from among those on the short list recommended by the Area Selection

Committee. 17.9.50.—3n.

POST OFFICE NOTICE

Parcel Branch

United Kingdom and elsewhere and, also to the early arrival of large
numbers of parcels of merchandise for the Christmas Seagon, the
delivery of parcels being considerably delayed.

Pending the removal in the near future of the Parcel

that now available at the General Post Office, all persons and busi-
of the arrival of goods, either directly or through a Sank, are

requested to take delivery of their parcels without further delay.
Unless there is a satisfactory response to this appeal it may

G|parcels and return to country of origin any parcel which remains

unclaimed for a period exceeding one month.
General Post Office,
21st September, 1949.

Department of Highways and Transport

for the temporary post of ASSISTANT MECHANIC.

on or before the 31st March, 1951,
Salary will be paid monthly at the rate of $100.00 a month.

and departmental procedure and discipline.

employment and rate of pay, and may be required to undergo written,
oral and practical tests. 23.9.50—3n.

REMEMBER .....

When you order from...

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

we deliver by Motor Van
Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets.



in the United Kingdom and must undertake to return ae 21—Gold Ring

A scholar may not take paid employment without the | 22039—Gold Ring,
consent of the Council, which will be granted only in / 22047—Gold Necklace,

Penda
Further information and application forms may be obtained from | 99156—Two

A candidate who has previously applied for a scholarship must 39270—Hlcotric Fan



congestion in the Branch has reached a stage resulting in the;

te separate premises where the accommodation will be just double} 9083)—Gent’s

WRITTEN APPLICATIONS ‘will be received at the Department | 599g9 Gold
of Highways and Transport up to noon on Saturday, 30th September | 99879—Gold

The post is not pensionable, and the appointment will terminate 2

LSS ELLE LDL

Gold Bangle.

21820—Gold Ring

21801—Gold Ring

21874—-Gold Bangle; Gold Neck~-
lace

899—Gold
21920—Gold Ring
21983—Gold Necklet
21935—-Gold Ring
21987--Gold Ring
21961-——Gold Ring

OCTOBER, 1948
21972—Gold Bracelet,
21976—-Gem Ring.
21977—Gold Nee clet

22016—Gold Ring

22026—Gold Neckiet and Pendant,
22133 Gold Ring.

$2142—Gold Ring.
22151—Two Gold Pendants; Gold

Thimble.

£2152—Four Gold Studs; One
Gold Link; Gold Ring;
Gold Brooch,

22153—Gold Necklace and

int.

Gold Rings;
Pendant.

22163—Gold Bracelet.

£2169—Gold Pendant; Six Silver
Spoons.

2 92177-—Machine,

Gold

2202——-Typewriter.

22226—Gold Ring.
22288 Gent’ Ba. Wrist Watch

#9051tla tae Ring
930 1Gold Ring,
22294—Gent’s Gold Watch Chain.
22320—Gold Necklace.
22321—Gold Ring.
22345—Gold Ring.
?2347—Gem Ring.
22348—Gold Chain Bracelet.
22351—Gold Ring,
22355—Gold Necklace.
22359——Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch.
22387—Ladies’ Gold Wrist Watch.
2399—-Gold Ring.

405—Gold Ring.

2.
Owing to the increased use of the facilities afforde« by the | 22418—Gold Ring.
Parcel Post Service fn the transmission of mercantile goods from the | 22487—Gold Ring.

£2454—Gold Ring.
22501—Gold Necklace & Pendant.
22532—Gold Ring

NOVEMBER 1948

Branch | 22608—Two Gold Rings

22610-—-Gold Bracelet

Watch
ness houses in particular, who have received notification or advice | 22686—Gold Ring

Chrome Wrist
22690—Gold Ring
22725—Gold Ring
22795—Gent’s Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap

become necessary to enforce the Post Office Regulation relating to} 22806—Gold Ring

22814—Gold Bracelet

22815—Chrome Wrist Watch

22826—Gold Tie Clip

22834—Gold Ring

22852—Gold Ring

22860—Two Gold Bracelets

22861—Gold Necklet; Four Gold
Earrings

Ring

Stone Ring; Gem
Ring

22906—Gold

2916—Gold Ring

22931—Gold Ring

22940—Gold Chain

Ring

The appointee will be subject to the current conditions of service | 22948—Man’s Gold Watch Chain

22953—Singer Machine

Applicants should give brief particulars of experience, present | 22966—Gold Ring

22290—Gold Ring
23008—Gold Ring

DECEMBER 1948

|s0bbe—-Gene> R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
| ' 53046—Gola Ring

23057—Gent’s R. G. Wrist Watch

& Strap

DECEMBER, 1948—(Cont’d.)
23072—Gold Ring
23075—Gold Ring
23106—Gent’s Chrome
| Watch & Strap
23119—Gold Bangle
23130—Gold Ring












Wrist

25148—Gola Nec klet
23153—Gold Ring
23165—Gold Bangle
23167—-Gold Ring
23192—Two Goki Rings

let & Pendant
23202—13 Piece Cutlery Set
23284—Gold Ring

23304—Pearl Necklace
23306—Gold Ring
23310—Goid Ring
233828—Gent’s Chrome
Watch & Strap
23345—Gem Ring
23358—Gold Bracelet
23411—Gent's R.G,
& Strap
23418—Gold Ring
23422—Gold Ring
23446—Gold Ring
23464—Gold Ring
23483—Gold Ring
23484—Gold Ring
23511—Two Gold
235238—Gold Ring

JANUARY 1949
23547—Sewing Machine
23551—Gold Ring
23552—Ladies’ R.G,

& Strap

Wrist

Wrist Watch

Bangles

Wrist Watch |

Pendant
23594—Gold Bangle
23604—Gold Bracelet; Gold Ring;

23639—Gold Stone Ring
23651—Gold Necklet;
23652—Gold Stone Ring
23653—Gold Ring
23662—Gold Ring
23663—Gold Ring
23669—Gold Ring
23698—-Typewriter
23730—Gold Ring
23737—Gold Ring
23759-—Bicyele M-2794
23770—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch
& Strap
23796—Gold Necklace;
Links
23846—Gold Stone Ring
23864—Gold Bangle
23872—-Electrie Clock
23881-—T wo Gold Rings
23904—Gold Ring
23915—-Gold Necklet
23917-—Gold Ring
239384—-Gold Necklet
24012.—Gold Bangle
24013-—Gent's R.G.

Two Gold

Wrist Wateh

and Strap
24017-—Gold Ring
Feb. 1949
24057—Gold Ring
24066-——Ladies Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap
24086—Gold Ring

24114—-Two Gold Bangles! 12-
‘Piece Cutlery Set

24130—Gold Ring

24136—Gold Ring

24145——Gold Ring

24171—R. G. Wrist Watch

24178—Gold Bangle

24186—Gold Ring

24197-——-Gent’s Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap

24216—Gold Ring

24224—Two Gold Rings; Gold

Nugget Brooch
24246—-Two Gold Baby Bangles
24275-—Gent's Chrome Wrist

Watch and Strap
24316-—-Gold Ring
24324—-R, G, Pocket Wateh
24332—Gold Stone Ring
24340—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch;

Gold Ring
24343-——-Two Gold Links
—— Necklace and Pend-

an
24885—Gold Bangle
24412--Gold Tie Clip; Two Gold

Links; Two Gold Studs,
24421—Two Gold Links
24436—Ladies, R.G, Wrist Watch

and Strap
24441—Gold Ring
24445-——Gold Ring

MARCH, 1949.

24472—Gold Ring

24489-—Gold Ring

24497-—-Gold Necklet and Pendant;
Two Gold Earrings, Gold
Ring

24527-——-Gold Ring

24549—Gold Ring

24559-—Gold Ring

24602—-Gold Bangle

24620—Gent’s R.G. Pocket Watch

24625—Two Gold Rings

24648—8-Day Clock

24650—Gold Bangle

24662—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
and Strap

24678—Gem Ring

24741—Ladies’ R.G,
and Strap

24751—Gold Ring

24779—-Gold Necklace and

Pendant

Ladies’ R.G,

and Strap

24840-—Gent’s Chrome Pocket
Watch and Chain

24852—Gold Ring

24895—Gold Ring

24922—-Gold Ring

24965—Gold Necklet

24976—Gold Ring

APRIL, 1949.

24995—Bicycle — M-4961

25008—-Gold Ring

25059-——-Gold Ring

25072—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
and Stra

25090—Gold Necklet and Pendant

25101—Gold Ring

25105—Gold Ring

25119—Two Cutlery Sets

25141—One Pr. Gold Earrings

25157—Gold Ring

25182—Two — Bangles, Go!d

24822





23582—Ladies’ Chrome Wrist
Watch & Strap
23586—Gold Watch, Chain &|

| 1950, we will hold a PAWNBROKER’S SALE at our Rooms, | 25668—Gold
17 High Street, when the following items left in pledge with | 25704—-Gold
HOLDER BROS., of Swan Street, and are overdue will be Seema trol
| 25770—Gold
25776—Gold R

Ring
Bangle
Ring
Bangle
ing

25786—-Gold Ring

| 25809—Gold Ring

JUNE 1949
25842—Gold Ring

23201—Gold Bracelet; ‘Gola Neck- | 25844—Gold

25850-—Gold ny
25887—Ladies’
Strap
25894—-Camera
25901—Ladies’ R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
25902—-Two Gold Rings

ld Watch and

SALES Ioa0 oclock,

you want a Cow?
ou have one to sell?
7 ae Want to Exchange

PP PPDPDDDDHDDDHHOH. HOHE
y

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i$ or

L. N. HUTCHINSON
Clarendon Dairy Farm.

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NTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW ZEA-
LAND LINE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE)
5.8. “PORT ee Che
at Barbados September
8.8. “GLOUCESTER”

arriving

Malte Freeman-

' te August Sist, Adelaide September 11th,

Gold Ring |

a

|

‘) ward and Leeward Ista

{

24726-—Ladies R.G. Wris tWatch

Wrist Watch

Wrist Watch |

Brooc |
25193—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch —

Strap
25223—-Gold Necklace and Pen- |
dant,
25252—Gold Ring
25272—Gold Necklet and Pendant
25328—Gold Necklace
25343—Gold Ring
25382—Gent’s R.G. Wrist Watch
25414—Camera
25417-——Gold Necklace and Pendant
25423—Gold Ring
25454—Gold Ring
25455—Gold Ring
25456—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25479—Gold Chain and Pendant
MAY, 1949
25489—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25557—Gold Ring
25568—Gold Ring
25581—Gold Necklace and Pendant
25591—Gold Ring
25635—Gent’s Chrome Wrist
Watch and Strap
25644—Gold Ring

Devonport September 15th, Melbourne
September 23rd, Sydney 30th September,

Two Gold Earrings Brisbane October 4th, arriving at Bar-
23623—Gold Necklace & Pendant | /acos November 4th
These vessels have ample space for

chilled, hard frozen and general cargo.
Cargo accepted on through bills of
lading with transhipment at Trinidad

jor Barbados, British Sane Wind-

nds,

For further particulars apply:-——
FURNESS W

Trinidad, BW. |
and

DA COSTA & CO. L&D,,
Barbados, BW.



Necklace & Pendant |25915—-Ladies’

article can be redeemed : efcre

S:
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,,



R.G. Wrist Watch

& Strap
25917—Gents’ R.G.
25924—-Gold Ring

6—Gold Ring
960—Gold Necklace & Pendant
71—Gold Necklace
id Bangle
26047—Gold Necklace & Pendant
26053—Gold Necklace & Pendant
Ry R.G. Wrist Watch

26076—Geid a Ring
id Ring

Watch & Strap

260

26109—Gold Banwle
26110—Clock
26125—-Gold Ring

the day of sale.
Cash.

Auctioneérs.. . .

49th Anniversary Service

LOYAL PARADISE REGAINED
LODGE — No. 616
LLoo. F. L. U

The Officers and members of the
bove-named Lodge and Order, request
the pleasure of your company to their
Anniversary Service to he held at
QUEEN'S PARK SHED on Sunday 241!
Sept, 1950, commencing at 3.30 p.m
Membets of Kindred Locges arc
spectfully asked to attend

Hymn sheets will be

re

provided

NOTICES

The M.V.



“Caribbee” will
accept Cargo and Passengers
for Dominica, Antigua, Mont-
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts.
Sailing Friday 22nd.

B.W.L, Schooner Owners

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my HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel From Leaves Due
5.8, “FACTOR” ljpeol & ee
/g0w 9th Sept. 21st Sept.
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3.8. “TEMPLE ARCH” M/brough & ee
oar te London 5th Sept. 25th Sept.
$8. “SITHONIA” not London 20th Sept. 4th Oct.
8. “GEOLOGIST Liverpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct.
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Vessel For Closes in Barbados
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yest Git Tueee ANO LET
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He Tried Out |
Captured
Airplames

(By JAMES STUART)

}

. LONDON.

The pilot who tested airplanes |
We captured from the Germans
during the war so that the RAF}
should know all about them has
just been appointed to command |
the RAF in Cyprus.

He is 47-year old Group Cap-
tain A. H. Wheeler, who since
the war has been prominent in
British air racing. He goes to
Cyprus with the acting rank of
Air Commodore.

For the last 20 months, Air
Commodore Wheeler has been in
charge of experimental flying at
the Royal Aircraft Estab‘%ishment, |
Farnborough, where the latest
military aircraft are tried out.

He held the same job for two
years during the war when, be-
sides flying new British types, he
tried out the captured
aircraft.

* ce *

Dr. G. S. Hislop,

ropean Airways research scientist

E- GAMBOLG

TIReEO \J

{them, more than

British Eu-



Six Are Called
Flying Mileage |
Millionaires
LONDON

| SLX London BOAC skippers
¢ laim the title Mileage Million-}
aires, They have spent, between

seven years oi
Aheir lives in the air

London-bern Captain Eric
James Finnegan, who has spent
nearly two years in the air, is

known as a Double Mileage Mil
lionaire.

He has flown more than 2,500,000
miles in land or seaplanes

The only Londoner, and one of
the few men in the world to have
made more than 260 Atlantic
air crossings, is Captain Kenneth

Buxton, who commands a BOAC
Stratocruiser on the New York
ron
Farmer to Pilot
Arctrer senior BOAC pilot

jliving in London, Captain Archi-

bald Buchanan Dykes, recently
completed 2,000,000 miles’ flying,
equal to 80 circuits of the equator

enemy | For ten years he was a Bucking-
| hamshire farmer.

London-born Captain
Gordon Blackaller, a

Stephen
BOAC

} y gy i © mo »
discloses that in three and a half| Veteran at 35, trained for a career

years 87 BEA airliners have been
hit by lightning.

But the “bark” of lightning was
worse than its “bite’’, he said.

Radio equipment is most. often
affected, though minor damage
frequently occurs to the air-
plane itself

An automatic earthing device
is being developed to protect the
VHF radio sets on BEA’s airliners

No. 3604 Fighter Control Unit
Royal Auxiliary Air Force, tel
me they have recently been “com-
pletely inundated” with recruits

Was it the {-¢hting in Korea
I asked. “No,” they said “we
rather hope that it has been in-
spired by our poster campaign in
London’s Tube stations.”

The squadron, one of the many
FCU’s who would man Britain's
radar and potting stations in the
event of war, are opening new
headquarters at Queen’s Square
Bloomsbury

They are having their summer
training at Martlesham Heath,
Suffolk, for a fortnight from Au-
gust 26. Commanding officer, Wing
Commander John Cherry, is a
London lawyer

Even with the Americans,
“push-button” warfare is a long
way off. In a pungent editorial]
recently, Aviation Week, one of
the leading aviation magazines in
the United States, said:

“The general public impression
: .seems to be that push-
button warfare is around the
corner. Despite five years since
the war and a hundred million
dollars, it isn’t even on paper!”

Why was it that America was
still fring German V-2 rockets in
tests? The United States did not
have in being any service-tested
or service-accepted missiles of
any type or range.

“What we do have are assorted
and sundry test vehicles or limit-
ed quantities of missiles that
could, with time consuming re-
work, become operational. But we
do not have any missiles with
warheads that are yet on a stand-
by basis,” says the paper,

: —(L.E.S.)



Argentina Invited
To $10,000 Games

MIAMI, FLORIDA. Sept. 22.

The Argentine’s Golders Rober-
to De Vicenzo and Antonio Cedra
are the first to receive invitations
to play in Miarni’s $10,000 football
tournament from December 4 to
10. °
De Vicenzo played in the 1948
tournament and in the Miami
apen games last season, 53 teams
are competing

$10,000 football is part of the
$35,000 programme in Miami and
Havana (Cuba).

Miami also will offer $10,000 and
there will be prize money amount-
ing to $15,000 for the tournament
in Havana in December.

—Reuter,



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HANG TWO SUITS~_ =

on the: sea, but joined Imperial
Airways in 1936, and has also
exceeded 2,000,000 miles in the air

Westminster-born Captain Wil-
liam Griffiths joined the RAF at
14 Yet another 2,000,000-mile
man, he is now a flying instructor

The sixth mileage millionaire
is Captain Clive Houlder, London
born, who planned a career
research chemist

as a

—L.E.S.

Watching Football

NEW YORK
It has happened at last. A clerk
called up his boss and said he was
too ill to come to work. And the

boss, watching baseball on hig
TV set, saw the clerk in the
grandstand,

But because the boss disciplined
the clerk, nearly 1,000 employees
of the General Aniline Corpora-
tion in Linden, New Jersey, went
out on a sympathy strike

Can, Press.

RIFLE SHOOTING

The following are the seven best
scores recorded at last Wednes-



jay’s practice of the Barbados
Small Bore Rifle Club
H.P.S.
100
Capt. J. R. Jordan ... 99
R. S. M. Marshall Ray 5) ae
Lt. C. E. Neblett ‘ 98
Mr. M. G. Tucker . ‘ 98
Mr. G. E. Marshall . 97
Mr, P. A. Cheeseman 96
Capt. C. R, E, Warner .. 96

There will be a practice Shoot
to-day.

Butler’s Absence
Lost Him’ Seats

From Page 5

cy the Capitalists to secure a

seat on the Cabinet tor VDuvati.
“Apart from tne loss of Dr,

Solomon, from the standpoint ot

the labouring section, it is regret-!

«d in ‘trinided that Mr. Jack
Kelshall against whom the on
fields proprietors were unaltera-
bly opposed to the extent of

running a candidate in the guise
of an independent, is dropped.
“The independent’s votes, added
to his 2,635, would have surpassed
the number 3,351 cast in favour

of the — successful candidate
McLean in their Point-a-Pierre
constituency.

“Considerable speculation exists
as to whom the Government will
nominate. It is felt that the Hon
L. C. Hannays, K.C., may be

replaced by H. O. B. Wooding of} picture from the “primitives”

the Political Progress

Government circles.

Gerald C

favoured in
The name of

has also been mentioned.”

Time

Group,| started painting 14 years ago after
which Group appears to be highly/ber doctor told her to give up

White,|for her advice to other
business man of Messrs. Alstons, All she would say was “Anyonc
ean paint if he wants to







THE MOTHS WILL
SHUN THE OLD ONE:
IT'S THE NEW ONE
THAT THEY'LL CHEW!








‘England Back

To Bows And >

Arrows

LONDON

There ha

bee a surprising
revival in Britain of the ancient
art of shoc & accurately with





bows and arrows, and to-day there
are several hundred archery clubs
Scattered throughout the country
Archery widely practised
during the reign of Queen Eliza-
beth, but then went out of fashion.
In London there are half a dozen
or more clubs devoted to this
pastime, popularly regarded as an
archaic one. There are many in
the counties immediately round
London

In the North of England, Lanca-
shire has ten clubs while Yorkshire
has about 16. The three rural
counties of Warwickshire, Worces-
tershire and Herefordshire can
show 13 or 14 between them, and:
Nottinghamshire has ten. Some of!
the sports sections of industrial!
firms have also taken up archery

Yew is the wood still popularly:
regarded in Britain as the only!
material for bows. But this is a
Scarce wood and therefore expen-
sive. A good yew bow
thing from £20 to £46

was

costs any-



Louis Favoured To
Regain Title

NEW YORK, Sept. 22
Joe Louis is favourite to regain
the World Heavyweight Cham-



p-onship next Wednesday, - but
imany shrewd boxing men here
are backing Ezzard Charles to win

Some boxing writers who have
seen Louis work out this week
are inclined to believe that age
has caught up with the forme:
world. champion

Louis now 36, has shown up
badly against his sparring part-
ners. His personal doctor said

to-day that Louis had a bad cold.
Whatever the reason, his work-
outs have brought no joy to his
supporters.

Dan Morgan Doyen, one of New
York’s boxing managers, dec!ared
to-day that Louis should have
started training months ago for a
title bout. He added that by the
time, the sixth round arrived
Louis would be wishing “he was
a place else”.

On the other hand Charles who
jis 29, has been impressive in
training and his backers are pre-
dicting that he will win on a
knock-out

—Reuter

oil iseaivntemles
a : s Y@
lo-day’s Cricket
The fourth round
Intermediate Cricket
j tinues today while the
of Second Division
gins.
The following are the matches:
FIRST DIVISION
Combermere vs. Lodge at Combermere
College vs. Sparta

Wanderers vs
Empire ve

of First and
games con-
sixth round
Cricket be-







at College
Cariton at the Bay
Police at Bank Hall
t INTERMEDIATE
; Cable & Wireless v
Boarded Hall
Mental Hospital vs. Empire at Black
Rock.
Spartan vs

Â¥M.P.C ,

Wanderers at the Park

Pickwick vs. Windward at the Oval

SECOND DIVISION

Y.M.P.C. vs. Police at Beckles
Lodge vs. Empire at Lodge
Cariton vs. College at

Foundation vs,

tion

Regiment vs. Pickwick at the Garrison. }

Leeward vs |

|

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|

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Road





Carlton
Combermere at Founda-

Central at Foster's



“Anyone Can
Paint”
NEW YORK

Politics were forgotten to-day
in Albany, the political capital for!




,the State of New York. Instead
“veryone was trying to crash ¢
| birthday party for a poke-bon-

neted farmer's widow from near-
by Eagle Bridge.

{Mrs. Anna Moses,
as Grandma Moses
week, Grandma gets

Her name i
better known
Ninety this

£1,000 a
She

tarm work. Everyone asked he:

painters.





bber 29.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

————--

POLICE BAND
CONCERT

Conducted by

Capt. C. E. ¥
M.B.E., A.R.C
By kin ies ‘
Cot R T. Michelin
AT
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB
(Local & Visiting Members
Only)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER “24th,
4.45 p.m.



In Aid of a very deserving

Charity
ADMISSION 1/6
20.9. 50—4n

LEP OPD

PPLE LAE LEP LLL LL

Labourer
Goes To
Sessions

SEALY, a 25-year-old ee et eae
labourer of My Lords Hill, } 34: 5

is committed to the next sitting
f the Court of Grand Sessions
yesterday by Mr E. A. McLeod
when the preliminary hearing in
the case in which he is charged
with house breaking and larceny
on September 16 was concluded.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS

en that in
Club will

Notice is hereby giv

Rule 8, the

7 RIC



. from 4°
1 Concert
does

». to 6.30 p.m., for Pol:
aid of Charity.
include

not the



{ the Club as usual
By order of the Committee.

H. P. SPENCER,

Secretary.

POLES FF EPI P SF OE FOCE

3
xy

accord-
on Sunday, September

ihe Barbados Aquatic =

Bathing
es, which will be open to Members





-,



ata

Remember the

DANC



Sponsored by

MR, EVERTON ST
Bus Conductor

JOHN
At
QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE
SATURDAY NIGHT, 20TH
SEPTEMBER, 1950
Mi



by Mr. C. B. Browr's }
piece Orches ra
ADMISSION 2
A solid Bar
23.9.50—'r

A GRAND DANCE

will be given by

MES DAPHNE PUT! @®R 4 MISS
| SYBIL SIMPSON
‘

ELL LOLOL

O65



mn Saturduy Night 25rd
nber, 195)



CLUB SAVOY, Mason Hall St.
Kindly lent py the Manage-~-
ment)

Admission: Cen.s 4@c Ladies 36

Music by C. B. Brown's
tra

BAR SOLID Refreshinents on Sale
Please invite your friends

L.8 leaves Half Mocn Fort at
{ 6.30 p.m 3.9. 50—In

Orches-

be

ice





MANY PEOPLE

are buying the

“Unbreakable Pots’’



























j
see . : 19.9.50.—6n. (old t eae” Chanel i}
Sealy was arrested by P.C. in eae maar sere |
Murphy on Thursday night while, m oh 1]
he was in St. Hill Club and was h |
taken to the CLD, and there he Anthurium Lilies |,
was charged with breaking and Get a few before |
entering the house of Ida Shep- : they are all sold |
herd and stealing from it articles hie ie Eker ent AR
valued at $3.23. ena a lieictenas |
PRIVATE SHOW at St. SSS) |
Michael's Almshouse on

Monday, September 25, is included
in the programme of the Mobile
Cinema for the week beginning
September 25 to Friday, Septem-

f J
On Tuesday, September 26, the |§) AUCTION VALE
Cinema will be going to St. Lucy |§)

where a show will be given at eo re
Crab Hill Plantation Yard, ree bore oenety
Wednesday the Cinema will be at

Holder's Pasture, St. James, ee

Thursday Chapel Plantation Yard,
St. Philip and Friday, September
29, Dunscombe Plantation Yard,
St. Thomas,

HOUSE IN AQUATIC COURT
lately occupied by

J. A, ROBERTS, Esq













‘i is i TRADING CO., LTD,
Moe BLENMAN of Chap- to take place on { ECKSTEIN BROS.”
man’s Lane was fined by!) ruurspay NEXT, the 28th Sept. { BAY STREET, ;
Mr. C. L. Walwyn yesterday £3198) At 1.00 p.m. } . 19.9.50.—6n
to be paid in 28 days or two 3 Piece Mah. Morris Suite
months’ imprisonment for the un- (sprung cushions}, Mah. Coffee Se. Am Ate aie i Pn a
lawful possession of a valise on Tables, 2 Mah, Armchairs, 2 Mah. & - ’
March 6 Plant Stands, Double Mah, Bed- . . ae yos |
Mar stead with 'Vono. Spring, Mah 4 Christian Selence )
» > ‘obe with Mirror, Mah. d a \ ) |
EARS ARE PLENTIFUL these ng Table (triple Mitror) and ae
days and the trays of hawk- Mah. | Esdside, Table, att )
s are always packed with them. || T72jnled_Fress. Bedstead, Dressing wali WOM
The buyer has to know how to terior spring, Mattresses, Large ine TEN ?
3 5 aa ? ; : ST FLOUR. BCOWFN & SONS
choose these fruit as smart hawk- eee ea oS ee ' iBroba Street}
ers make a division on their trays|f}) Stave “ ‘almost new) Electric | Hourt : 10 am.—2 p.m.
into which the green and over} Toaster and Iron, 3 Burner Gas | Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
ripe pear is placed in a prominent || Cooker, Pyrex Dinner Set, Pyrex | Fridays.
position . Hawkers generally ask ) Cutiery, Ri Standard Lamp. ii jf} | 10 a.m.—12 o'clock.
eight cents for a pear regardless, §! Sa ne Cor o Sie) Saturda) s.
f size and some of them take Glevels. @ Khoda’ lslane | a st (ue oom the Bible and
good care that their regular cus-|§) Hens, Books, Pictures and many |} the Christian Science text-book,
tomers ot st. other interesting items Seience aod Heaits wita Key to
: get the best : : 4 t= Seriptures by MARY BALER
The basket, of some sellers, Ae mer “<— pai ner oe
which is usually covered with a hd *o° :
ohm ladon
piece of bag and placed at the 5 - B l¢ Visitors Are Welcome
side of the tray is the “treasure A.¥.8., F.V.A. ZwawrwTwwewww®

hole” for the pear buyer as the

| Phone 4640, Plantations Building
i
















































WANTED



t
We require the following per
sonnel for our office:

MALE CLERK: with previous
Plantation or Factory Book-
beeping experience.

STENO-TYPIST: fully qualified
with previous experience.

FEMALE CLERK: with previous
Book-keeping experience.

Salaries for the above positions

) will depend on qualifications and

} experience. No person will be

N considered who has not the re-

) quired qualifications Applicants

) to apply in person with written
application to the Secretary:
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best are always hidden in this for | f-—— ma ee ae at a aa a oo a a eT
the favoured few. iss %
| . y “a
‘DINE & DANCE &
COMPETITION His . $
[ . 1) Song chosen composed by Basit (| % . %
YMCA Relief Fund ||} #.2% Sf ToxGunr = 3
NOW TO GOD ON HIGH BE ((\| %& ¥%
e { GLORY i% a Me
Nears $800 Mark {3} « ine sone chosen for compe W)S 3
ticn which is expected to be held 13s CASUARINA CLUB x
r Y.M.C.A4 z » at Kensington val on boxing < ) x
Fund) now stands &¢'S1080, “tie | {Dus Brecember 26.'Fwo Sliver Cups fH | % x
amount previously ac , will be awarded to First and . ( > ~ward’s
was $770 30, 7 and to thieds edden Second Choirs. Any choir or choir 1% Bertie Hayward’s g
the following contributions: Pe see eet ee a 1s Orchestra) %
ing this Competition should ge’ % I I
Organisers of Flower Sale $15.00 in touch with SYDNEY SKINNER is DINNERS & SNACKS %
Mrs. May Shannon $5.00 | C/o Churchill Ber, Baxters Rd. ~ Served throughout the a
Sympathis $ 5.00 Three dollars will be given to % night ~
Anonymous 3 1.00 \ each of those choirs part of trans- * i ~
— $2.00 | tees ee “ie 950 oS LLCO.
ee cy A |
li¢
aac ly \
I GIBBS PROVISION
y = | }
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NOTICE GROCERY & |
t 1
LIQUOR STORE
}
ne | ‘
Mand | oe |
J ' *
| Cheese Gonda & Edam 100 Ib 4h
Heinz Veg. Soups (57) Varieties \
2 +
y EI i ES Hams picnies Stb upwards 60¢ Ib ‘
ROZEN OV “4 lW Ab Peak Frean’s Biscuits in Tins f
Peanuts local & Foreign.. 36c Ib, §{
| Teble Butter 92e tin
Currants 29¢ 1b.
: . i Hemo 92c tin
WE will be opening uv Production a reer ae
. Choice Salted Beef -42c Ib.
_ in the month of October. Choice Smoked Herrings.. 26c Ib.
Ger. Purina Feed
APPLICATIONS will be accepted We solicit your patronage,
ri Prompt Delivery by Van or
for a number of outstanding Cycle. Dial 3115
22.9.50—4n
RETAILERS a
|
\
CCPL EPE SEEPS
to handle these Profitable and
Fast Selling Items throughout GEN | S !
Barbados

Apply in writing to:

POLAR PRODUCTS LTD.

P.O. Box 191





We are pleased to announce the arrival of

STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS

14” thick, 4 x 6’, 8’, 10’
@ 14e. per sq. ft.
TEMPERED HARDBOARD SHEETS

1%” thick, 4’ x 12’
@ 30c. ver sa. ft.

Tempered Hardboard can be used for exterior work such as
Hoods, Door Panels ete.

Aso TILEBOARD SHEETS

Cream, White & Green
4x 4,4 x 6, @ 52. sq. ft. }
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Phone 4267.

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|

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.««lf’s the improved
Chase and Sanborn!

‘icre words can’t describe it. You'll have to taste
it. And when you lift a cup of this new Chase and
Sanbora to your lips, you’ll exclaim with delight!
You'll agree with those who

ul “the

wal it,
can buy!”






finest coffee
Geta can

today—vacuum-packed, from

inuney

our grocer,

Printed
Liberty
Linen
36 inches
wide
Excellent for
day wear

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per

yd__

Printed P
Liberty

Lawns
36 inches

per yd $1.72

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THE STANDARD 12-cwt. PICK-UP
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The best value in their class to-day.

See them at.- - -
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER **, MM He Tried Out Captured AirpUme* (By JAMrS STl ART) Sir Are Callett Flying Mileage Millionairea LOMS SIX Load n BOM claim the title Mileage MLIIIOI.• have spent bi • t-oNTxjN. "'"". ">ore than seven year* ol 1 i airplanes I ,: "' ir lives in the air OrmanJ London-brn Captain Eric during the air *o that the RAF ''a* !" -. Finnegan. who I II about them hai naaaiji two jear la the -ir. v lust been appointed to i'mmati-< known a.iho RAF in Cn .nirc. He 11 47-year old Group CapHtbaa flown more than 2AO0.W" tain A H Wheeler, who since miles in land or seaplanes ha* oeen prominent MI The only Londoner, and one ol .' tow men in the world to have Hit more than 260 Atlanti. I lr crossings, is Captain K %  --_ ,.,_ , __ lluxton. who commands a BOAC h. laaizy month.. Air! StfltOCfUto tommodotc Wheeler has been n charge <.r expci linontaj Itng j,. '"' %  5 ".em. Karmrr to Pilm rbrnboruuKh. where I ,.,.„,, |10AC „„ London. CpUta Arch.aSTalrh.-^ ?D*U,iS T" OOMOnitOd 2.000.000 miles' flying. SOdrcujUofthe, %  • a hire farmer. Dr. G. S. HinloD. Ilntish FJI.. ^ndon-born Captain Stephen England Itark To Bows And Arrows LQM n ol the ancient %  bows and arrows, and to-a-iy tner^ arc several hunun l countr) l during the reign of Queen Euzabeth. but then went out of fashion. In London there are half a dozen or more club* devoted to thia I icd ai an the cotir %  round London In UM North of Ki.tfland Lanca%  Ihroo rural I Warwlcfcahln %  %  i %  %  Nottingh.,; %  .iiisti H k*j Brtta* Ku%  '. %  nd a half year* §7 UFA glrlli "il b> licnlning But the bonr" of imhtnmg was 'it iis • Int.". he said. Radio equlpjnenl i> mom ofte.i affected, though minor damage fi.'.|iicni! the alrp'anc %  An aul i.i' devloi i ii*ing developed to VHF ... %  i \"s alrl'ner* No MM Fifhlet Cot R Kti force ijunn Bluomsbur, 'ihaving their summer training at Martlesham Heath. Suffolk, for a fortnight from August 20. Commanding officer, wimComirmnli. John Cl errj k LOfSBOH Even with the > %  push-button arfai. i.t loin way off In J pungent editorial recently. Aviation Week, one of UM ItaMEtau nrlattoa ma pi the United States, said: "Tin gjMwial public Intpraaaton 'iL.it im-h button warfare Is around the CortaM Despite tlve years since the war ami a hundred million dollars, it isn't even on paper'" Why was it that Amciu-a nU ••fill firing German V-2 rockets In MLUnited Statedid Ml nave in being any service-tested 01 M i vice—accepted missiles of any type or range. %  WI...1 I I iav. .ii' % %  'Uted lag or limited BUOntlUaa ot missiles that COUld, with time consuming rework, become operational. But do mil have an] nilaallaai with warheads thai are vet OB %  gfJOKlI the paper. — (I. E.H.I Argentina Invited To 810.000 Games MIAMI. FLORIDA, B ii i:.'. to De Vui no and tali i n !, %  %  !* %  raccivi o plaj II HI • *i".onn football lourtiarrc"* from P c carobei 4 to 10. inVlo raa played In UM la-*** Diini.nvent and in the Miami .ipen (*aii %  %  peUni $10,000 f.->tiall is part of the •' %  Havana (1 Miami also will offer $10,000 ami there will l>e pri/e mom. m %  ing lh $15,000 for the la It De --i —Renter Oordon Blackaller. B BOAC veteran at 35. trained for a career on the %  aea, but joined Imperial Airways in 1036, and baa al I 000.0OO miles in theai W< tn uutar-born Captain W I irr OrtfllU i RAF il Vet another 2.000,000-mil< man, no is now .< ftytng i The sixth mileage mUUonatra is Captain Cllve Houlder. London bonv who planned ., %  -• —%  "IUHI iai taken OOd still popularly regarded in Britain as the onK for hows But this is H % %  thinr from £20 in ^4' Labourer Goes To Sessions E K1C SEAI.V. ;. 2^-vear-otd labourer of My Lords HiU, %  of ihe Court of Grand Sessions w-.rday b) Mr E. A. McLaod when the preliminary hearing in the case in *hich bo is charged with house breaking and larceny %  i her 16 was concluded. Sealy was arrested by P.C. Murphy on Thursday night while he -as in St Hill Club and was taken to the C ID and there he was charged with breaking and entering the house of Ida Shepheid and stealing from it articles valued at $3 23 mi\.tlh SHOW at St. Michael's Aim* house on Monday, September 2b, is included in the programme of the Mobile a the week beginning 01 25 to Friday. Sept' /.W/.VV/.',W/A*-V,V/A I-;-Harbadis AquAlit Hub wMk n *i a* hi lb U* ii un ..i Srpirnibar duff 4 m v. S30 pm. for rottc* I (Umni I. 0M lUlhm i n *iii i. (M-n lo fcWf"Br oreer ol ih Cor Louis Favoured To r\V-;iiii THle >\ utfhing I .M.IIKIII NEW V.iKK It has happened at last. A cleik .ailed up hm boss and said hi m lOO ill to come bo "ik And tin boss, watching baseball n-i hi* T\ %  • larfc in the .Hid. Bui Ixx-uuse the lx*s dbM Lplln I the clerk, nearly 1.000 employees. of the General Aniline Corporation in Linden. New Jersey, went oul on a sympathy strike tan rreRIFLE SHOOTINCi Ihe following %  I latt lay's practice of the ev II UM % %  %  I H fJB ino NEW yOKK, ffogM M %  • Cham%  '... rnanj ihr %  %  ... %  %  arc inch.j uil ilC ,. • (ht up wilh ti %  impton 1 hag abown up %  > %  ners II' \ nr M ,d to-daj thai i H ouia baivi i rotifht no Dan Morgan DoyOD, oM of NOW. Yoftt*! boxing managers, dec Mild havi started training months ago for a title bout Ho added that by the .1. B i'l-e' >n t)ir nlhri ban %  I dieting that h.< arlU win oh knock-oul —Reulei Cap! .i K Jordan R S. M. Marshall B8 Lt. C E Neblett H Mi M. 0 Tucker wa Mr G E Marshall . 91 Mi P A Cheesemiin Dfl Capl. C II K. Warner Wi Thenwill IK* a prari. (o-daj ButlrrV Abseiici* Losl Him Seuts Ifura Cage & i ) tinLapitali.-I" U] %  %  : on Uie Cauinct loi L/uvui. 'Apart Iiom Ulg lo>a ot Ui bolomun, ft urn UM standpoint ui tne labouring aoction, il U ngiei%  ul in irimdod that Mr. Jack Katahall afalnsi wooai DM MI i.elds proprietor 1 WfM unailii.i1 lv "pi'i.-r „ IM \t. |i; runnnUJ a candidate In the guii' uf an iiuicpendeiit. L. dropped Tiic independcnl's voted, added to his 2,635. would have surpassed the number IJ5I enat in favour ut the successful candidate IteLona ui th-ii potnt-B-ptom stituency. lonsidcrable apMUUlUl %  OS to whom the Governincnl artll it is feii tint UM n<"> L C Hannays, K G DM) N repl lead bj II <> u Wooding ol in i'olitical Progress Group. which Group appears to le highl> favoured in Government circles. The name of Gerald < Whtta hustnema man of Messrs Alston*. has also been mentioned /Way Cricket • First tab tinucs tod v;h round of Second DtvlfJon i ticket beare the MBT DIVISION •41. il l(. On Tuesday. September 26, the Cinema will be going to St. Lucy here a show will be Crab Hill Plantation Yard. Wednesday the Cinema will be at Holder's Pasture, St. James. Thursday Chapel Plantation Yard. SPhilip and Fnday. September >mbe Plantation Yard. St Thomas M l It I El. BLENMAN of Chapman's Lane was fined by C. L. Walwyn yesterday £3 be paid In 28 days or two montha 1 imprisonment for ihe unlawful possession of a valise on M.rrh 6 P EARS ARE PLENTIFl'L these days and the travs o* hawk. ssagaj packed with them. %  t Ut know how to choose these fruit %  > smart hawk %  ers make a division on their trays M h the green and ripe pear is placed in a prominent Hawkers generally ask eight cents for a pear regardless .if size and some of them take tiood care that their regular cutget the best. The basket, ot some sellers, which is usually covered with a |>