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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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_ SEOUL RECAPTURED BY U.N. TROOPS

Wedmesday

“> Barbados

——————



80 Miners Die,
Trapped By Flame

And Smoke

CRESSWELL, Derbyshire, Sept. 26.

EiGHTY MINERS died here today in a blazing
hell almost 1,000 feet underground.

A hundred others gasping and choking stag-
gered to safety, some of them crawling the last
few hundred yards on their hands and knees.
The fire started early today on a conveyor belt in
Cresswell colliery while 180 men of the nightshift

&





‘THREE-MAN TEST TEAM

AFTER BLOODY STREET



were underground.

Fanned by an airflow the fils

ames clutched the timber roo

supports, then roared along the mine amid dense clouds of

smoke,
One of the 100 who esezped

1 Killed; 12
Missing In |
pod

TOKYO, Sept. 26.
One person was killed and 12
were missing when a Douglas Sky-
master *plane with 41 people on
board crashed into the sea near
the air base in South Japan this
morning.

Japanese fishing boats picked up
28 survivors from life rafts. Some
were seriously injured.

Among known survivors were 25
passengers, two of the crew and
one nurse. All of the prone
were believed to be United
Nations forces.

The transport erashed into the
sea about half a mile from the
point of take off.

The cause of the disaster was
being investigated.

The announcement on the crash
this morning withheld the names
of the 33 passengers, the four of
the crew, the two of the medical
staff and the two nurses involved
until their next of kin could be

informed. é
—Reuter.



U.S. Orders Flood
German Market

BONN, Sept. 26

German heavy industry is
swamped with American orders, a
West German Economic Official
said to-day.

Rails, tubes and steel plate for
the motorcar industry are espec-
ially in demand.

The British High Commission’s
monthly report attributes “the
orders to capacity working in
many branches of the American
heavy industry.

West German exports should
tota} 200,000,000 dollars monthly
by the end of this year it foreeasts.

July exports were a_ postwar
record total of $172,200,000.

—Reuter,

A cloudburst over French
least 82 people.

said:

“At first we thought it was just
a small fire, but then it became
clear that we would have to rust
for safety. Those who lagged be-
hind crawling on their knees and
choking with the tume “
grabbed by other men and pulled
along. It was a race against time.
We thought the road would never
end.”

The 8) men who perished were
working near where the fire
Started, They were trapped im-
mediately by a wall of flame and
smoke. It was Britain’s second
big pit accident this month.

On September 7, a field at New
Cummock in Scotland caved ‘n
and entombed 129 coal miners
working below.

After one of the greatest rescue
efforts in coal-mining history 116
were rescued but 13 others died

Thousands of rescue volunteers
flocked to Cresswell today as the
colliery alarm went off.

Rescue squads went
ground with firefighting
ances.

One man stomgoring to the sur-
face scorched and blackened gasp-
ed: “It is heli down below. We
can’t get near them.”

Anxious Families Wait
As men and women filled sand-
} for the fire-fighters below,
the wives and children of the
trapped men waited at the pithead

ews.
ley rushéd to” the ‘colliery
notice board as ial bulletins
were issued. Then after nine hours
all hope was finally abandoned.

A conference between mine
officials, representatives of the
miners, and pit inspectors decided
that there was no possibility of
any of the trapped men being alive

Sobbing women were helped
away as a statement was issued
saying that no other course re-
mained but to seal off the burnin |
part of the colliery.

The fire broke out early in the
morning while the night shift was
still on duty.

All available rescue teams were
called out and ambulances were
rushed from neighbouring towns.

Scorched and blackened volun-
teers who went below to fight “atl

under-
appli-



fire staggered back saying: ‘It
is hell down below.”

The decision to seal the pit and
prevent the fire from spread’ng
was taken after the management,

@ On Page 3.

82 KILLED IN
CLOUDBURST

CASABLANCA, Sept. 26.
Morocco last night killed at

Villagers were today digging bodies out of heaps of mud
and gravel swept down from the mountains by swollen

streams. It was feared that

the number of deaths would

pass 100 when the count was complete.
Hundreds of cattle were washed away and crops were in-

undated.

Telephone Girls
Smuggle $100,000

FLORIDA, Sept. 26.

Girls working in the telephone
company’s counting room here
stole more than $100,000 in two
years by concealing money in
their brassieres, police reported.

Six pretty employees here are
said to have smuggled phone booth
collections out of the building
sometimes carrying aS many as
four rolls of 25 cent coins.

Fourteen persons were rounded
up after police found suit-cases
stuffed with coins and currency
totalling nearly $5,000 in a motor
ear at the home of one of the
employees.—( Reuter. )



Bishop Supports

Communist Faculty

PRAGUE, Sept, 26

Monsignor Picha, Roman
Catholic Bishop of Hradec Kralove
hitherto regarded as firmly
opposed to the Communist regime
has come out in favour of the
Faculty of Theology recently set
up in Prague by the Government
to take the place of the Diocesan
seminaries closed by Govern-
mental decree.

In a letter published to-day by
the newspaper Lidova Demokracie
the Bishop urged clergymen of his
dic to attend courses at the
new theological faculty in Prague

——Reuter.







A little shepherdess and her 43
sheep were swept away,. bythe
flood in one district, and another
man was killed by hailstones,

at Medina, a fortified quarter of
Fez, many tourists saw more than
70 houses collapse as water under-

mined their foundations. Twelve
bodies were found alongside the
ramvarts

On the south side of the Atlas
Mountains the river widened to
half a mide and cut roads leading
to Marlaych and other towns

At Sefrou, east of Fez a torrent
gushed down the usually dry river
bed on the banks of which Jewish

d Arab guarters are built

ater undermined — earth-built
huts and many collapsed burying
or drowning inhabitants.

Soldiers and civilians worked
all through the night trying to
save people swept away or strand-
ed by the flood.

Water rushing down the streets
of the Arab and Jewish quarters
made channels two yards deep
Rescue work was hampered by an
electricity failure caused by
bursting of dams

Many more casualties were ex-
pected in the area around Sefrow

—Reuter.



8 DROWNED AS BARGE
OVERTURNS

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 26

Eight people were dro\
about 20 missing when
full of Catholic pilgrims ov
ed today in the Doce River,
tween the towns of Porto
and Santa Ana the central state
of Minas Geraes



ned and
barg<
urnh-
be
Nove



—Reuter







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This three-man B

to compete in t} B.WI. Table Tennis Tourna ment
Willoughby and Harold Corbin.

Anglo-U.S. Radio

| Crack Red Ban
ON NEWS BULLETINS

whado

there,



From.

Table Tonnis Team left the Island las? night by “Lady Neison” for Trinidad
Pal

Trefgarne Resigns

Viennese
Protest
‘N ew Wages

VIENNA, Sept 26
Columns of workers marching
on the Federal Chancellory toda
clashed with police who hurriedly

threw cerdens around Centra
Vienna. J
Fight Austrian policemen an

twe demonstrators were hurt.
The workers were protestin
igainst proposed new wages an
prices which they said would in
rease the cost of living

Lorries from Russian controllé
actories brought in worker
rrving red flags and banners
Lying “We want no hunger
j ‘ and “away with the
| vation pact,”
Reports from the Chancellor
1 of the city which is in th
; in’c national zone of Vienna, sai

’ femonstrators were meltin
mic ly away this afternoon, bu
the >rotert movement was state
to have spread throughout th«
} country

Stikes were reported fror
fact ries in the Russian zone an
protest telegraphs were sent fror
Steyer in the American zon
threatening that workers woul
“take action” if the Cabinet sanc
tioned the new wages and price

Reuter

| “JAMAICA ”’

Wages”



Tt to right Norman Gill, Frank



C.D.C.

LONDON, Sept, 26

The British Broadcasting WAS FIR T
orpeeeien today claimed that ¥
the BBC and the Voice of 0. M " S eed rom our own Correspondent)
America had “cracked” the gmore ay ucc eee
Russian blockade on Radio news LONDON, Sept. 26
bulletins, (From Our Own Correspondent) H.M.S. Jamaica, the ship thi

In its annual report published ent te war instead of cruisin

today the Corporation said that!
while they maintained edited pro-
grammes, the BBC and the Voice
of America chose three hours of
concerted attack for each day.

LORD OGMORE

Russia using an aggregate of be-
tween 50 and 65 shortwave trans-
mitters in the United Kingdom.)
'.. York, California, ..Honabala,!
Manila, Singapore and Munich.”
The report declared that by the
second half of February, 1950, a
‘keen listener could by changing

Advocate Hurricane
Relief Fund
For Antigua

: Amt previously
frequency obtain reception of the ncknowledned ah ak i
Bulk of the BBC’s Russian British American
transmissions”. | Tobaeco Co : 20.09
The cost of overseas service rose Total ait

{rom £2,865,248 in 1948 at a stroke
to £4,220,553 in the year ending
March 31, 1949. —Reuter. |

aon British Take
Over Red
| Headquarters

DUSSELDORF, Sept. 26
British authorities to-day re-
quisitioned the modern five storey
| Headquarters of the West German
Communist party which moved
| here recently from Frankfurt,
The requisitioning was ordered
| by Major General W. S. Bishop
Land Commissioner for Nori
Rhine Westphalia to provide
| quarters for the new British Mili-
tary unit from Britain.
British officials handed over the





i | requisitioning order to the Com-
}munist Party’s Executive Com-
x nittee, 1

gf Communist leaders were given
Â¥ #8 hours in. which to leave the

~~ | building with their staffs.
i The British order said that the

MR. F. E. C. BETHEL, M.C.P. | Communists ,

must leave

snd building equipment where it
(Reuter. )

Bethel Represents
Barbados At
|Empire Conference

AT a meeting in
the House of



190 Refugees
Arrive Alt B.G.

the lobby of |
Assembly yesterday |

for"a “JoINt’ Committee of both

Houses of the Legislature, Mr ee {From Our Own Corresponde

P. E. C. Bethel, MC.P., Junior | GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26.

Member for St. John, was ap- The Spanish schooner “Jaupita’
pcinted to represent Barbados at} cisplacing 90 tons altived at tt

. port Ge getow Sritict sil
he Empire Parliamentary Con- rt of Georgetown, British (



z 7 with 190 Spanish refuge:

ee pt tt. lace in New| a hoard bound for Vemerucla
ve « : Vv 1 21 . . s

Mr. G. H. Adams who had bee The Juanita's captain, Migu
appointed by this Committee “o Alfonso Hernandéz after 45 day
go as the Barbados delegate, has Sailing from the Canary Islan:
E ia JP es i ir - it 1 . * put in at the port of Georgeto.
since ounc \ nNpossible oO maKke ,

: E for medical aid to one male jas
el aa re Sa has been senger suffering from fever He
apt 2c s place is now hospitalized

Mr. Bethel expects to leave The rifikeds Stated that tix
Barbados on October 13 by] left Spain tired of the condition

B.W.1.A. for Curacao via Trinidad
Jand will then travel out to New

| Zealand by ship

|.

Malik’s Peace Ta

By MICHAEL FRY
I'LUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 26
Responsible United Nations
| Delegates here feel that the time
has passed for top level meeting

where there were low wage
insufficient food They
settle in Venezuela

and
hope





today ce not t solved



tera m between













between FE: and West states- United Stat and Russia
men, This their reacti The « imistance of ft
| Soviet Del Jakob estion i the reply w
intimation th would considered too palpably a
1 meeting betweec leader ged” for most delegation
€ State i € ve it wa more
U t eir r ganda All the answ
nd hely rl ere in Jine with the “Stockh
In Wash Sta Peace Appeal.” They
1ent Spok I coln Whit ympted b the Mary!
that . oe Peace ( f Baltir



: is the “Whitehall tip” to sueceed Lord
T refgarne who has resigned from the Chairmanship of the
Celonial Development Corporation, according to the Lon

doners Diary in tonight’s Evening Standard,
Both systems then beamed on poco

mn their |
printing press and all other office |

Says American Delegate To U.N.

LONDON, Sept. 26.

1e West Indies is making a nam
for itself in Korea as “The Shi;

shat Did Everything First”
Here is her record in the firs
iree months of the Korean cam
paigo:
Lord Ogmore used to .be David dune 30, first British ship t
tees-Williams, Socialist M.P,, and (nter Koreun water

‘Colonial Under-Secretary,
*He ost his seat-in the General

duly 2, with the U.S.S. Junew
enc the frigate Mack Swan, wa

Election last February and be-' i the first surface action of the
ame a Peer in June. war
He rejoined the Government Six E boats attacked and fivi
jes Commonwealth Under-Secre.' Were sunk, three being creditec
jtary—in July to Jamaieca’s guns. The Jamaics
Now Whitehall believe that Mr, ‘00k the first North Korean pris

Attlee will move him again. ners of war

The Chairman of the Colonial! The same with the Junean, took
Development Corporation gets Part in the first kombardment of
ics a South Korea at Chunonjun.
£5,000 a year,
| Lord Ogmore is 46 July 7, first ship of any nation t
| The “Evening Standard” says penetrate the Bambgo curtain by
jnow that he has resigned from! ‘iting cn Communist North Korea

- 3 xj i : he ‘ '
it e C.D.C. Lord Trefgarne will sel nt-inch shell e fired al
j give most of his energy to the | Yongdong
!machine tool manufacturing firm’ When the American flagship
| which he is Chairman | was withdrawn, the Jamaica be-

He is aiso on the Board of other | Came the first British ship to com-
| ndustrial: concerns. mand a mixed British and United

a os tates force
— July 8. The first ship of any

nation to suffer war casualties
° y
U.S. Will Start when a shore battery of shells

} turst on the mast, killing six and
ounding 0
September 7,

Talks To End
Charity ‘was the
Korean War id sist mamae

September 13

with destroyer
first ship to sight
mines off Korea
to 19, was in the



















NEW YORK, Sept. 26 chon bombardment force pre-
‘Lhe United States delegat.on to piring for and supporting the first
hie United Nation reported opposed landing of the war
nformed sources today to hav September 17, at Inchon was
fecided to begin informal talks at t ship of any nationality to
sce) «with «other de egations on ot down enemy aireraft, suffer-
e terms of a settlement of th one fatal and two minor
‘orean war ialties
The sources said: “The decision in this period, the Jamafsea has
o begin talks was taken at a meet teamed 18,000 miles and fired
ng of the American delegation °.500 six-inch shells and 1,000
yesterday.’ our-inech
It was inspired, they said, by Writing from ‘Tokyo, the Daily
the rapidly developing military Express War Correspondent
tuation in Korea in favour of ti ink Goldsworth says that the
United Nations forces. | Jamaica men have one wry com
' —Reuter, (ment on their Korean campaign
} | crd fheirs is a ship thai
| ARTIE’S HEADLINE suldn't he here at all. "Twas
} due to spend a two-year commis
” in the pleasant waters and
rts of the West Indies station
| Then the HLM.LS, London was
maged in the Yangtse battle
{ ‘od the Jamaica was hurriedly
| dered Far Kastwards, leaving
j West Indi base three days
| fore 30 wives were due to join
| eir husbands there,



“NATIONALISATION"

BERLAN, Sept. 26
Hundreds of small and medium-
sized businesses and factories ii



Wir i”





4 East Berlin were yesterday seizec

> end turned into “nationalisec

{ (And tf a certain M.P.'s | people owned concerns”, on the

i wife does not get a neu spot West Berlin Press reportec

| fur coat i1é ts going to be Y li y. Communist sources back-

{ another M.P. casmalty.”’ { ed up this statement.—Reuter. —
Leeeapenyseaysppenee-eranere eeysangunmae ved



lk Is Propaganda

vith Germany and the Austrian










Peace Treaty After that we
hall see how sincere they are”
Agencies including Reuter’s New Commenting on Jacob Malik’s
York office have been flooded tatement, the French Officia)
with propaganda and publicity juarters in Paris expressed the
about the Baltimore delegatior view that Four Power talks o1
United Nations delegates her iscussions in the United Nations
recalled that the Soviet Govern- uld be more in the nature of
ment had been angling for jirect talks than between Russia
op-level meeting for over nd Americ
Car
Malik’s answer the Con Diplor juarters in London]
ttee t ht eer vere ul pressed by Malik’
n old ide ‘ tatement Officials in London}
One Amer lare e believe that
| the t «
i
the ¢ hange in Soviet Policy |

Reuter

SEOUL the South Korean capital jias fallen to

bloody street fighting, General MacArihur
nounced today.

The Communique said:
was conducted in such a manner as to cause ihe
least possible danger to the civil population’,
General MacArthur in a personally signec comm-
munique issued at 2.10 p.m. local time today said
Seoul “is again in friendly hands’’.

United Nations troops had cor on the Communists in southws
pleted the envelopment and sei Korea
ure of the city, General Mac Two columns racing from
Arthur said. north and south to « plete
American and South Korear | jJast lap was last reports .
troops stormed the heart of the|apart and still moving fast
‘apital after Communists had set One column moving southw
up a hard core of su‘cide fight frony Seoul: is somentees sale
“rs” in concrete strongholds Osan and the other brea
Tn the final assault one Amer : ;
"an Seventh Army Div from the old ene
wung behind the main Commy north of Chochiw
st defences and hit them fi Other troop g of
he southeast while Marines wer | “box have ee \
n from the west their position in the
25,000 United Nations treo; The northern. part of
ad thrown a circle around th [has practically folded
ity. South Korean divisic? t
In some places the defence lost contact with retreating
racked but 5,000 fanatical Coa munists
nunists fought from house | An American Eighth Army
1ouse, and white-cloaked “civil spokesman said today the “Com
ans” pulled out tommy guns b! Truynists are running back: Paste
American troops advancing 4’ Tinan we are advancing.” Pilot
ingle pa azing building ainen.that they.cen. fiat sebanien
Phe their last stand ih The American lines north of th
tick conerete buildings in the box w run > past
entre of the city Some of th rom ¢ neju now in the Rand
lefender were half nakec A vvsipioenss Firat Caval:
omen They were hauled ou DAvisi vette ( rede” ane
vith smoking guns in their hand orth tf Yongdok “es ei vee
[t was a bloody battle-—-for bot a
idles ide
Snipers concealed by a pall o , ty nist Wes
oke cut down Marines the wet Oe e British
dvanced Shell ind) = =omortar ee nh action are still fight
imed from the last ditch strong mat the ® slowly bel:
1old in the centre of the cits liminated by encir@ling move
hurned up the frround aroune ent Reuter.
hem. - - oe
Major General Almond, Ameri
anal nth ¢ on Commander, un kk . Ch , D » . .
' Cort . |Ked China Demands
eashed a4 terrifie artittery barrade
m the centre of the cit te . 7
dampon" resistance A Hearing In U.N.
Last night’s sh over Seou
slowed red with roaring fives as |*LOUSHING MEADOWS i
Communists fought to the deat The ¢ nese wunist Gov
They made one of their lasi jernment has cabled the United
stands i a schoo! on’ a 200 foul | Vations dematidiny that 116 repr
hill. entatives be allowed to partici
tanks and flame throwers opén- [pate in the imn diate debate by

«4 up the way for the final attack



\ Price;
FRYE GENTS
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FIGHTING

TOKYO, Sept. 2s.

oA
as

hours of
an

the United Nations troops after

“Liberation of the City

yee























the General Assembly on aceiga





Fighters Inid a carpet of bombs, | tions of United States, “invasion

machinegzun bullet and rocket hina’s territerial area

on the Communist But the cits —Reuter

died hard toneesieeetnsincn sonata
Seoul the biggest cit i ‘ ‘

Korea and the hub of a huge com Spanish L ‘ader

munications network It wa :

seized by the Communists on June A . aes A 4

28, three days after th i APPIVEeS 1 t Oporto
ion across the Jbth pura I LISBON 8
Before the war it had a popula A Soden ges” isaaltae wee

tion of 1,500,000 most of then ources Spanish Leader G¢ '

living in square mud huts thatchecl Franco and Portugue

vith rice straw Minister Dr. A io Salazar W]
The centre of the city, however irrive at Oporto tomorr« oO mee
as like a modern western busi-]| the Portuguese Foreign. Minist
ess district with high structu Dr. Paulo Cunha

Now it is gassed and burned b Di Salazar has beer tayla
ar with General Franco in Spain f
With the capture of Seoul the} the Jast few day He travelle

United Nations troops are ex icogn to and no official a unc

pecked to concentrate on closing at \ wo i \

he Jaws of the giant trap closin Reulry

vr

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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weeks and is staying at the Ocean To-Day Only 5 and 8.30

View Hotel

of Mrs.
Street.

ernor of the Windward Islands
with headquarters in Grenada and

K. Richardson of King WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1950 4.30 & 8.30




































Lady Arundell, were intransit Mr. Martin now winding up Ran For 19 Weeks 7 a.m, The New 3.19 pa News Analy. Republic Big Double M-G-M Presents
f *¢ 2 is. 2 m. mposer o > yee
pass@ngers from Dominica on the his tour of the ¢ aribbean in the R AND MRS DONALD! mn From the Editorials. 8.10 a.m. Pro- John Wayne Vera Ralston
“Lady Nelson” yesterday on their interest of his Company HUNTER cahaatiine +4 Trin gramme Parade. & a.m Woek | std ’
y ack, to Gr 4 ‘ okt scl to ni- Worst 9 a.m. Close Down. 12 Noon
Ee eet en voard by qerey werent, Loaves guided, yeerday on. the.“ Aleos Se i, Ee bo, or aaa > “THE SEVENTH
ee eee Saee R IGNATIUS KAWALL, Partner” after spending two weeks) Talk. 1-15. p.1 ysreel. 2
aj “De. is V g > Gov ¥ a ° . 5 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 2 p.m. 1 1
Maj@eeDennis Vaughan, the Gov- Managing Attorney of F. as guests at the Ocean View Hotel.} The News. 3 10 pe. Home News from * THE FIGHTING
erno@eA.D.C. and Private Secre- *Kawall, genera! merchents of General Manager in the Carib- Britain. 2.15 p.m. Sports Review. 3 p.m. ”
tary “BY later paid a call on His tte + 5 . : a > soins From the Promenade Concerts. 4 p.m. RO
me . aE S!@Georgetown, British Guiana, re- bean area for Paramount Pictures,} The News. 410 p.m. The Daily Service. ”
Excellency the Governor and Mrs turned home last night by the Mr. Hunter said that he came over! 4.15 p.m. Music from Grand Hotel, 5 15 KENTUCKIAN
Savagewat Government House “Lady Nelson” after. spending a here principally to sell to} pm. Programme Parade se pm. Cort :
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“Adyvovate Co,, Ltd., left last nigh ‘from Boston where he had spent duction ever made and which wes| 8.45 p.m. Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From the 6 END OF THE
the-“Lady Nelson” for St ta holiday He was staying at run on Broadway for 19 weeks | Editorials. 9 Dm Musie, From Grand
JVineéat where he will spend a {Crystal Waters, Worthing _ He said that ae picture “ be} pan. fhe News. 10.10 e Interlurle R W ”
cel. AR-Me guest of Mr. Mrs. * shown at the nidgetown azal 10.45 p.m. Balance of Europe. 11 p.m AINBO
C vit seamen r 4 f Will Spend Two Weeks before anywhere else. i From the Third Programme. OLYMPIC
yr ard. \ re . vith
After Three Weeks RS. LEE WESTCOTT whose Enjoying Holiday | w
BR DUDLEY WARDEN, husband is proprietor of the ISS JEAN ECTOR, Reception- | LADY BADEN POWELL | Nelson Eddy Ilona Massey To-Day Only 4.45 and 8.15
Superintendent of Yh @ Cotton Estate in Antigua, arrived - ist of the Trinidad an i) r
Demérara. Life Assurance Com- yesterday morning by the “Lady Tobago Tourist Board is at pres- United Artists Presents
pany... réturned here yesterday Nelson” for two weeks holiday ent holidaying in Barbados a3.2 TO VISIT B.G. |
oentge on the “Canadian She was accompanied by her guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Farnum| Worn in London recently by actress Blspet Gray, star of Reluctant ROXY
Cruiser” from. British Guiana daughter Miss Marion Westcoit of Belleville. Heroes—-a new WRAC officer’s uniform. (From Our Own Correspondent) “ GUEST WIFE ”
nfter a business visit to that and they are staying. at the She pate =m she Se eo cme —London Express Service. GEORGETOWN, B.G. To-Day and Tomorrow
ccatath Ocean View Hotel. her stay here and expects to re~j va : ‘ , i's
es turn to Trinidad on October 1. | ee Eee ree era ee — Lady Baden-Powell, the World's 4.30 and 8.15 .
Mr. Warden left here three Attended Conference In her spare moments, Mis%| ‘ Chief Guide, will visit pee , , Starring
weeks ago during which time he ETURNING yesterday morn- Eetor does stage dancing and | b Guiana _eary next year ay 20th Centyry Fox Double
: oh s ay y stage dancing and 1s} ie aden- 7 PS assages . bok
also made a stop at Trinidad, ing on the “Lady Nelson” connected with the “Little Carib” | A Respectable Wardro eee Pee Beret eethday Dotan wenee Claudette Colbert
from Boston was Rev. Navid Mar- run by Mrs. Beryl McBurnie. | D . SI ma ‘

Surgeon Specialist-Antigua
p* N. J. L. MARGETSON,

Surgeon Specialist of Hol-
berton Hospital Antigua, arrived
here yesterday morning on the
“Lady Nelson” intransit for British
Guiana,

He was met on arrival by Mr.
L. H. Skeete, headmaster of the
Boys’ Foundation School and Mrs.
Skeete of Oistin with whom he
expects to spend a holiday on his
way back home.

Back To Trinidad

R. BILL DONAVON of ihe

Alcoa Steamship Company,
stationed at Trinidad, arrived over
the week-end by B.W.LA. and
returned yesterday by the “Alcoa
Partner’ He was staying at the
Marine Hotel.

For Health Reasons
N ISS *JOSEPHIN DYER, 4
' dressmaker of Montserrat,
arrived here yesterday morning
on the “Lady Nelson” for reasons
of health. She was accompanied
by her mother and they are stay-
ing as guests of Miss Griffith,
headmistress of St. Clement’s
Girls’, St. Lucy.

Appreciating The Arts
ISS FLORENCE IREANE of
Grenada, will represent the
West Indies at a course organised
by the British Council on devyelop-
ment of the appreciation of the
arts. The course begins on Sep-
tember 25. and ends on October
i4. Miss Ireane is in Government
service in Grenada.
For Two Weeks
R. A. S. WARREN, Account-
ant of the Barbados Mutual
Life Assufance Society, left last
night on the “Lady Nelson” for
St. Vincent where he will spend
about two weeks in the interest
of the Society.

Winding Up Tour
M R, FRANK MARTIN
IVE Travelling Sales Representa-
of the Esso Standard Oil Co.
headquarters in Trinidad
Monday evening »y

tive
with
arrived o

URY PTO QUOTE—Her

shall of the United Pentecostal
Council of the Assemblage of God
with headquarters in Cambridge,
Massachusetts.

Rev. Marshall left here three
months ago to attend a Church
Conference at Cambridge, after
which he visited Canada, Chicago,
Brooklyn, New York, Pittsburgh
and Pennsylvania.

On Holiday
R. H. A. HAYNES, proprietor
of the Dauphine _ Estate,
St. Vincent, arrived yesterday
morning on the T.B. “Radar” for

BY | THE WAY By Beachcomber

A’ article about birds ques-
tions whether the swan
really sings before dying. Any-
how, it is an idea that has in-

spired poets and musicians.

In Sibelius’s “Swan of Tuon-
ela,” you can hear the rustling
of the reeds as the bird glides
majestically along, and you_prob-
ably recall, as you listen, Yeats’s

The hour
When the swan must fix his eye
Upon a fading gleam,
Float out upon a long
Last reach of glittering stream,
And there sing his last song.

Or, for a different mood. there
is Mr. Belloc’s salute to a lady
singing.

Swans sing before they die.
on, sing on,
Oh, how I wish that you had been

a swan!

Sing

The trombone controversy
EAR Sir,

Our grandmothers were
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the idea of a married woman
playing the trombone in public.
That shows their hypocrisy, How
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play it in private? It is beside
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quote the case of a mother who
practises at the breakfast table in
a small house or flat. That is |
mere! to bring the trombone into
discredit. Equally besides the )
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M* MARTINNE GONZALEZ
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and his wife are now in Barbadus
for a holiday. They arrived on
Saturday by B.W.1.A., and are
staying at the Hastings Hotel.

plays the trombone in bed while
her husband is trying to read
Such cares are exceptions. I do
all my practising in a _ potti

shed For those who have
potting shed, there are the Dela-

mere Evening Classes for Women |
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my husband when I set out with
my trombone, and I can see how
proud he is of me.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1930



Disease Must: Be Prevented
Not Only Cured

WHEN the Baby Welfare Clinics held their first conference
at the Drill Hall yesterday, Dr. F. N. Grannum, Acting

Director of Medical services addressed the meeting on the} carelessness

Island Public Health Services.

He said:

I have been asked to speak to
you this morning on the present
Public Health set up in Barbados
and its future developments, with
special reference to the place of
Voluntary Societies or Agencies.

This task is more difficult than
sppsers on the surface. The

blic Health Act which defined
fthe Policy and set up of future
developments in the field of
Public Health has not been con-
sidered by the Legislature and
in fact may be considerably
altered in relation to the adoption
of the Maude Report. This
Report has not as yet come before
= oases and any implica-

ions it may have on the proposed
Public Health Act ae await
future consideration.

In this Colony we have d
have had for many years an Se
cellent set up for curative medi-
cine. There is a good General
Hospital and in each parish there
is a parochial almshouse. These
almshouses are not merely
“homes” for the destitute of the
parish, but are small district
hospitals where cases of minor
illness and injury and certain
chronic diseases receive attention.
These almshouses are under the
care of well qualified medical
-practitioners who perform their
duties conscientiously and well.

Ss you know, each of these alins-
houses is conducted by a Board
of Guardians, the members of
which are keenly interested in
the good management of the in-
stitution.

Preventive Side

Unfortunately these institu-
tions, while keen on curative
medicine, have been very indiff-
erent to the preventive side of
medicine.. Cure and not nreven-
tion has been the aim and they
have sadly lagged behind modern
conceptions of medicine. Perhaps
in this respect, they have on'y
reflected the opinions and concep-
tions of the majority of the gen-
eral public of this island, for I
regret to say that a large per-
centage of the Fomulesen inelud-
ing persons m whom you
would expect a more lightened
opinion, seem apathetic to public
health progress and stick to and\

favour the old curative system j

to the detriment of preventive
medicine. For example, in spite
of the very high number of infant
deaths in this island, no parish
has as yet undertaken a Child
and Maternity Welfare Clinic as
one of its principal functions. No
immunisation e¢linics are run and)
only in some: parishes have small
campaigns against Enteric Fever
been undertaken,

In each parish there is a Vener-
eal Disease Clinic which is financ-
ed by Government Funds, but
here again it is the curative rather
than the pubiic health preblem
that is tackled.

Another public health problem

which still awaits action is that of |},

Tuberculosis. This disease has not
as yet developed a ny incidence,
but it must be carefully watched.
The establishment of a modern
sanatorium will entail a heavy
financial burden. At present re-
search investigators are working
on a “vaccine” (B.C.G.) to pro-
tect against this disease. If suc-
cessful then it may revolutionise
the methods of control of Tuber-
culosis.

There are other aspects of Public
Health which could be mentioned
but some of these do not fall within
the immediate interest of this
audience and soI will refrain from
mentioning them.

The Future

If Public Health progress is to
be made, it is imperative that the
need for such progress should be
fostered in public opinion, What
the public demand we will get.
Therefore it behoves us to teach
the people the benefits and ad-



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vantages which accrue from Pre-
ventive Medicine.

In the set up of the Public
Health Programme as envisaged in
the Public Health Act, we still
hope to find the foundation of
things to be. In this scheme it
was proposed to divide the island
into 3 sections called “Wards”.

A Northern Ward compris-
ing-—St. James, St. Peter, St.
Lucy, St. Andrew, St. Joseph,
St. Thomas.

A Southern Ward embracing
Christ Church, St, Philip, St.
George and St. John.

A Metropolitan Ward of St.
Michael,

Some adjustment between the
Southern and Metropolitan Wards
may be necessary under the
Maude Report.

Each Ward would be under the
charge of a Medical Officer of
Health, who would act as a liai-
son officer between the local
health and sanitary authorities
and the Director of Medical Ser-

vices,
Local Health

Exactly what will in the future
constitute local health and sani-
tary authorities is impossible to
my at present. Under the Public

ealth Act which was drawn up
in relation to the existing Vestry
Act, each parish was to keep its
own Poor Law Guardians, and
Commissioners of Health. The
Medical Officer of Health would
therefore have dealt in each par-
ish with these statutory beards
and the duty of the Director of
Medical Services would have
been to direct and co-ordinate the
work of these boards in their
various parishes. Under the
Maude Report it is proposed that
each ward should have a repre-
sentative counei]l which would be
responsible for Health, Sanitation
and many other functions within
their own ward. Such a scheme
would have the advantage of co-
ordinating more closely the work
and policy of several parishes
and doing away to some extent
with the many water-tight com-
partments into which this island
is divided.

The powers of these rural coun-
cils and the amount of supervis-
ion over their activities by the

Director of Medical Services
through the Medical Officer of
Health await determination by

future legislation, But it is hoped
and if Public Health progress is
to be maintained that Preventive
Medicine and Sanitation will be

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Ligh’ : 6.00 p.m.

High ater: 406 a.m.
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Total for Month to Yester-

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Temperature (Max.) 84.5° F

Temperature (Min.) 71.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
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Wind Velocity 5 miles per
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Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.924
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allowed a great measure of con-
trol by the Director of Medical
Services and other Public Health
Officers who have been trained in
this work.

. Public Heaith set Up
Briefly the organisation of the
Public Health set up would be:—
The Director of Medical
Services who would direct and
control the policy and would act
as a co-ordinating authority
over the various wards. Thus

it would be possible to get
policy through-
At present

uniform

out the island,

| work of



WEAR AT NIGHT.

BY IEADING STORES.



each Board of Commissioners |

of Health deals with a problem jin the face of an epidemic or

according Vo its own ideas and
often there is no uniformity
from parish to parish, Disease
does, not recognise artificial

}
| boundaries end the good done

in one parish may be negatived
by the lack of foresight or
on the part of
another parish.

Medical Officers of Health—-
would act as liaison officers

cal Services and the Health
Committees These officers
would advise ‘he Committees
and also be responsible for the
management and running of
the Health Centre.

The Health Committee
would be a body of persons
representing the parishes in
the Wards. It would corre-
pond to the present Commis-
sioners of Health but would
have wider powers and _ inter-
ests.

The

Health Centre. The
personnel of \hs unit would
comprise a Medical Officer of
Health, Public Health Nurses,
a Sanitary Inspector. It may
also have part-time officers
for certain duties i.e. dentist,
ete.

The Health Centre would be
the working unit around which
all public health (including
sanitary act vity should centre.

The Health Centre

The founding of a _ proper
Health Centre is important. This
is so to speak the tool with which
public health progress will be
shaped.

Le’ me emphasize that the
the Health Centre is
not that of a dispensary. The
| Health Centre is not a place for
just giving out bottles of med -
cine, Ail public heahth work is
based on Education and in pre-
ventive medicine people must be
taught the art and care of keep-
ing themselves well, Theretore,
ene of the first functions of vhe
Health Centre is that of Public
Health Education.

At each Health Ceni're
will be a lecture Hall (cum
wating room) which will be
used for lecture purpose, These
lectures may be to selective
groups (ie. expectant mothers
while awaiving a climic) or may
be public lectures on any aspect
of Health or Sanitation,

I therefore put Education, first
the dissemination of knowledge
concerning Health, Sanitat'on,
living conditions and all those
other factors which go to make
a healthy and happy people.

Other Activities

But there will be many other
activities and I will refer to some
of them. The Health Centre will
not primarily be concerned with
the curative side of medicine. We
already have our almshouses and
hospitals, but it is interested in
what I may term Social Medicine.
For example :— A V.D, Clinic for
the treatment of V.D. At the
Clinic not only the cure of the
patient should be aimed at but
preventing him b garly and
efficient treatment from infecting
others, and by, if possible, induc-
ing contacts to come for treat-
ment,

V.D. is a social disease which
effects the individual as well as
the family life, the children, the
mother, the economics of the
home. If this disease is to be
tackled, we must tear from it the
shrouds of hush-hush, and treat
it as a disease and not a disgrace.

We may make an attempt to
tackle Tuberculosis by advice and
early detection. The Health Visitor
on her rounds would visit these
cases in their homes and give
advice, If B.C.G. vaccine proves
successful then preventive inocu-
lation will be given at the clinic
to suitable contacts.

As regards an Immunisation
Clinic, here clinical work will
have to go hand in hand with edu-
cation,

Inoculation; against Typhoid
Fever; vaccination against Small-
pox—and here let me for a mo-
ment stress the importance of
vaccination in infancy. The best
time for primary vaccination is
4—6 months of life and then again
at about 5—6 years of age, There-
after vaccination need only be

there

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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done at much longer intervals,

emigration purposes
With the establishment of
| Health Centres it may be possible
to start some sort of a school
medical service within the area.
Maternal Clinic
But I have purposely kept to
the last one of the most important
jelinics which I will term the Ma-
ternal and Child Welfare Clinic.
| I regard this as the most im-

beiween the Drector of Medi-| portant clinic because. of the very

high Infant Mortality rate ef this
island, At present about 170
infants die each year before reach-
ing the age of 1 year. It used to
be much higher, but the greater
attention that has been given to
Infant Welfare in later years has
had some results.

But when we compare a rate of
170 to that of Great Britain in
194834, we seé how far we have
to go amd even compared to
Trinidad and British Guiana

still see the long leeway we have
to make up.

To tackle this blot on our pub-
lic health, we must not only care
for the new born infant but we
must see that at the time of de-
livery the birth is attended by
competent midwives, but even this
is not sufficient for many diseases
and conditions of the mother dur-
ing pregnancy endanger Both the

life and health of mother and
child,

For a healthy baby we need
alee parents and good atten-
ion,

The desired clinic is one which
will take care of the pregnant

woman. i.e, an ante-natal clinic,
which will see her through her
delivery, icc. a good midwifery
service and then a good post-

natal and Baby Welfare Clinic.

I am well aware that many of
you who are interested in Baby
Clinics, will not be able to in-
clude’ ante-natal clinics:in your
set up. But you are still doing
a useful work.

Baby Care

The object of Baby Welfare
Clinic should be to keep wel)
babies well. Do not turn your
clinics into dispensaries. Let

curative institutions deal with the
sick babies. Your function is to
teach the mother how to care for
her babe during these important
months of its life. How to feed
the child at the various stages
To watch its growth and develop-
ment and check on them. To see
that the child is taught proper
habits. To teach the mother the
value of immunization, etc., ete.
Many clinics aftempt to give
free milk. clothes, etc. This is
not public health. I do not decry
social welfare and assistance, but
the object of Public Health Work
is to foster in the community a

sense of Health consciousness.
This should be the “interest”
which will brin mothers with
their babies to the clinic —- not

getting a portion of milk. Such
a bribe often defeats the object
of the clinic. Let your aim be te
keep well babies well,

Voluntary Organisations

Many of the Ladies present
here this morning are interested
in various Voluntary Organisa-
tions and are very interested in
the position of such organisations
in any future Public Health Sys-
tem,

In Great Britain in the U.S.A.
voluntary organisations are do-
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agreed that there was no hope of
any of the trapped men being alive

The alarm sounded at Cresswell
ediliery, Derbyshire, in the early
Morning while 200 miners of the

shtshift were underground. All
eXcept the 80 trapped managed to
stumble to safety

Seme, exhausted by the fumes
cralvied the last few hundred
yands. Originally it was feared
that 90 men had perished, but an
official statement later gave the
casualties as 80.

Bodies Irrecoverable

lt said it was considered that
any attempt to recover bodies was
beund to fail and wou'd involve
further loss of life.

The wives and children of the
wapped men who had waited for
hours at the pithead, burst into
tears when this news came.

Earlier it was stated that three
bodies had been rec .

The fire started 400 yards under-
ground about 1,000 yards from the
shaft which communicates with the
surface

Soon after midday a pit official
said that the fire had been sub-
dued but the intense heat and
fumes stopped rescuers from
reaching the trapped men i

When the alarm was given ail
available doctors and rescue teains
were called out and ambulances
rushed from neighbouring towns.

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rescue work, it was impossible t
bring suecour to these unfortunate

men
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work) off the Government.

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Welfare, should establish itself by
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Printed by the Advocate Co., Lid., Broad 8t., Bmndgetows.

Wednesday, September 27. 1950

SANITATION

THE Annual Report for the year 1949,
of the Chief Sanitary Inspector of St.
Michael! to the Commissioners of the parish
has just been published and 1s full of in-
teresting information. It also shows many
activities by the members of the depart-
ment of which the general public will be
unaware.

The population of St. Michael at the
end of 1949 was estimated, according to the
Report to be 79,500 and the number of
houses and buildings 22,500. With a staff
of 32 and six Health visitors the Depart-
ment made no fewer than 271,028 inspec-
tions of premises, 1,356 to bakeries, aerated
water factories and other food places and
1,218 to dairies.

The work of the staff of Health Visitors
received pointed reference in one para-
graph in which the Chief Sanitary

Inspector writes that the consistent visiting
carried out by Health Visitors to the homes

of all returning emigrants (from the United
States of America) domiciled in the parish
assisted in controlling the epidemic of
Cerebro-spinal Menifgitis. The figures for
the last five years show that during the
last two there were no notifications of this
disease,

For the staff of Inspectors there was a
record of 5,000 visits made to 470 provision
shops and stores with the consequent des-
truetion of thousands of items of food unfit
for human consumption. In addition to
this there were 328 samples of milk taken
from dairies, milkshops, street vendors and
contractors supplying parochial and gov-
ernment institutions and it is pleasing to
note that the number of aduilterations had
dwindled to 4.26 per cent of the number
of samples taken.

Here the report makes extended refer-
ence to position of dairies operating in the
City and to the regulations under the
Public Health Act. It shows that in 1933
there were 123 dairies registered and of
these 68 were in the City but at the end
of 1948:there were only 12 operating in the
City. The reference is particularly apt in
view of the fact that the time fixed by law
for the removal of these dairies from the
City limits is October 5, 1950, only a few
days. away and there is still much un-
certainty as to whether the Government
proposes to enforce the regulations.

An additional fact which makes the
reference all the more pointed is that the
proposal to establish a deep water harbour



is likely to carry the business centre of ,

Bridgetown further west and will admit
of further extension of the City. If the
dairies are allowed to remain it is likely
that regulations framed without reference
to the present situation will demand their
removal in another short period even if
they now comply with or are established
under the present provisions of the act.

The reference to pig keeping in the City
is also interesting. The City Jimits are set
out and the amended limits for the purpose
of granting licenses for pig keeping are also
set out but it is interesting to note that
many of the land marks used for boundaries
to the City are the least known spots in
the parish to the majority of the population.
However the report shows that 159 licenses
were granted for the keeping of pigs within
the extended area and these licenses now
sumber 1,647. Here it is that there might
well be some revision inasmuch as it is
clear that some parts of the restricted area
are far more suitable than many of the
districts where these animals may now be
kept. It is possible that this simple refer-
ence might be the means of removing what
is clearly an anomaly which could never
have been contemplated.

The report makes guarded. reference to
the number of cases of tuberculosis and
says that it “continues to produce its crop
of victims annually and is observed to be
closely connected with improper housing
conditions, poverty and malnutrition.”
The notifications for the year showed an
increase and the death rate was 79 per cent.
The report might well be made available
to the general public and not merely to
the Commissioners.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

COMMUNISTS—
The Australian Way

RITAIN is now confronted by

the question: What are we

to do about the Communists who

are plotting to disrupt our key
industries by strikes?

It is a question that has already
confronted Britain’s overseas
dominions — and they have
answered it in drastic fashion.

Canada already has anti-Com-
munist legislation; South Africa
is preparing it. In Australia the
House of Representatives have
recently passed a Bill which con-
tains the most ruthless anti-Com-
munist proposals ever made by a
democratic country.

| This Bill has already been
before the Australian Senate and
[* soon to come before it again
| Chief backer of the Bill is Mr.
| Robert Menzies the Australian
| Prime Minister. His anti-
Socialist victory in the General
| Election at the end of last year
; was achieved on a_ series of
| downright promises. Among them
were the end of petrol rationing
no State control of banking—and
| the suppression of the Communists
| A ommos”, not “Commies” to
Australians) .

Dissolve It

The first two promises have
been kept. Now Menzies is car-
rying out the third promise as
well.
| The anti-Red Bill now before the
| Australian Parliament “provides
| or the dissolution of the Aus-

ralian Communist Party and of
| other Communist organisations to

tisqualify Communists from hold-
| ing certain offices and for pur-
| boses connected therewith.”
When passed it will be cited as
the Communist Party Dissolution
s\ct, 1950. It will come into oper-
ation on the day it receives Royal

Assent.

A “Communist” in this Bill is
cefined as “a person who sup-
ports or advocates the objectives
policies, teachings, principles or
) ractices of Communism as ex-
pounded by Marx and Lenin.”
Under it the Australian Com-
munist Party will be declared
unlawful, and the Governor-Gen-
cral will appoint a receiver of its
\ property .

5-Year Sentences

All affiliated bodies of the
Australian Communist Party will
be similarly and summariiy dis-
solved. These bodies are defined
as those in which a majority of
the members are Communists or
which support or advocate the
objectives of Communism.

Where the Governor-General
continues the Bill is satisfied that
such a body is prejudicial to the
security and defence of the Aus-
tralian Commonwealth he may
declare it unlawful. The body may
appeal against the decision within
a month,

How does this affect the individ-
ual Communist? The Bill provides
a penalty of five years’ jail for a
person who knowingly becomes
continues to be or performs any
act as a Communist. The same
penalty is provided for anybody





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MR. MENZIES

His pledge: to dissolve the
Communist Party.

who carries or cisp'ays anything
indicating that he is or was a
Communist. The same penalty
also is provided for those who con-
— to or solicit for Commun-

Communists are forbidden
employment by the Common-
wealth. And by the Defence
Forces.

Why has Australia introduced
such drastic legislation? Buried
under a quentity of whereas-es
the Bill gives the answer.

Because says the Bill, the
Australian Communist Party, in
accordance with the basic theory

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Peter Duffield



of Communisin as expounded by

arx and Lenin, engages in
activities or operations designed
to assist or accelerate the coming
of a _ revolutionary situation in
which the. Australian Communist
Party, acting as a revolutionary
minority, would be able to seize
power and cstablish a dictator-
ship of the proletariat.

Because, it continues, the ACP
is active in operations designed
to bring about the overthrow of
the sysvem of Australian Govern—
ment and the atta nment, of
economic industrial or political
ends by force, violence, intimida-
tion or fraud,

Spying. Sabotage

Because the ACP is an invegral
part of the world Communist
Revolutionary movement which
in the King’s Domin‘ons and
elsewhere, engages in espionage
and sabotage and in activities of

a treasonable or subversive
nature,
Because certain indusvries|

(including coal min.ng, iron and
steel, engineering, building and
transport industries) are vital to
the security and defence of Aus-
tralia—and because the ACP, by
means of sirikes and stc ‘vages
has caused dislocation, disrup
tion or retardation of work ir
those vital industries.

Because, in other words, the
Government of Australia believes
Yois Bill is necessary for
Australia’s welfare.

How did the people of Aus—
tralia react to this sweeping
attack?

Mr. Menzies’s opening speech
ot the debate was accla‘med on
all sides as a masterly anvi-Com-
munist statement. The Bill was
immediately endorsed by the
New South Wales Socialist
leaders: powerful Catholic sup-—
vort was forthcoming from the
state of Victoria.

The Onus Of Proof

Mr. Chiefly, the leader of the

Socialist pposit on, pivoting
with difficifty on a vricky poli-
tical spot, approved whole-

heartedly the indictment of the
Communist Party, and narrowed
his range of fire vo an attack on
ene clause. This clause, soon
known as the “Onus of Proof”
clause, became the focus otf
attention—rather than the BU
itself.

The “Proof of Non—Commun-—
ism,” in Menzies’s original Bill,
was to lie with Vhe individual
Amendments were secured on
this issue,

How did the Commun'st Party
itself react? It was widely said
to be foresialling its fate by
diving underground. The Sydney
Communist paper come out with
a banner-line in red ink that
said “Join the Communist
Party NOW.”

= =
The Crippling Few

And the people? A Gallup
Poll has shown thai! 74 per cent
of Australians favour the out-
lawing of the Communist Party.

Why do Australians feel so
intensely that Communism mus’
be outlawed? For three reasons:

Firstly; Although it has no
MPs, the Australian Com—
munist Party is far more power—
ful inside the trade union move—
ment than in most other coun—
tries.

Communists rule, exploit, and
demand in the vrade unions, The
technique of the “rolling
strike” that begins at one dock-—
yard and spreads to another and
then to anovher, is far more
developed in Australia than out—
side her shores,

Secondly; Australia, with her
population largely on its
periphery and utterly dependenv
on shipping can be crippled very
fast by very few.

Thirdly; Australia has neither
the troops, nor the nature, to
break strikes by military emer—
gency.

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Here Too The Reds Slow
Down But=

NEWSMAP now leaves behind’
it the brightening prospect in
Korea to see the effect on India
of the new pressures in Asia.
First of two important des-
patches . ;

By Sefton Delmer

NEW DELHI.
I was really taking a little
holiday from politics and report-
ing when I met him. There he
stood, a dignified, {rockcoated little
wisp cf a man. He was offering—
“If it please your noble good

self’—to guide me around the |

marble courts of The Fort.

But I am not certain that Gyan
Chand—that was his name—did
not give me a surer clue than all
the experts to the question:
“What is the new India’s attitude
to Communism?”

Gyan Chand beat all the Cabinet
Ministers, intelligence chiefs,
political leaders I have consulted.
For, as he steered me around this
Mogul Versailles, he told me as
much about himself and his prob-
lems as about the Peacock Throne
and alabaster swimming pools of
concubines,

‘We Filed’

He had been-a station-master
on the Indian Railways. When
he retired he compounded his pen-
sion for a lump sum, With this
he bought a flour mill in a West
Punjab village. The mill gave him
a comfortable living, and he could
look forward to ending his days
in peace there.

Came the departure of the
British from India, and with it

partition, dividing what until
then had been a_ united and
peaceful country into the raven-
ously hostile factions of India and
Pakistan.

“We Hindus,” said Gyan Chand,
as we stood admiring some delicate
lattice work, “we Hindus were
forced to flee for cur lives. Every-
thing I had I left behind—my
mill, my house, everything.”

Now he was living in one of
those squalid refugee camps which
I had passed through on the edge



of the town. He
he said, as he had found this job,

was fortunate

which gave him a bare and
irregular livelihood, Now in every
other country I know a grudge
of the kind under which Chand
suffers would make its victim a
fertile ground for insemination
with either Fascism or Com-
munism.

Not the ex-millowner. His
hatred and venom Were directed
almost exclusively against the
Pakistan Moslems.

Drawing Blank

With a wealth of proverb and

A BIG
“BUT"

metaphor, laced with reminiscent
anecdotes, he invited me to con-
firm his opinion of theic iniauity
as we strolled among Indian
holiday crowds in the gardens
And, from all I have seen and
heard here, I believe zyan Chand
is typical in this of. all the
15,000,000 refugees now spread
over India and even of 500,000
who are still living jobless ir the
squalor camps.

The Communists are doing their
skilful best to arouse them with

clandestine literature and word
of mouth propaganda.
But for the time being they

are drawing blank. Authoritative
observers with whom I have dis-
cussed it—British, Indian, Ameri-
ean, and Dutch—insist that,
anything, the Communists have
been losing ground rather than
gaining it during the last 12
months

The Soviet Embassy here in
New Delhi and the Indian Com-
munist Party leadership seem tc
share this view. Russian diplo-
mats have recently become great
travellers and students of Indian
folklore. Oddly enough, their
trips to outlying districts of India
have a way of being made at times
when there is a crisis in the Com-
munist organisation in that par-
ticular distrigt.

Indian Communists, for their
part, have attempted to correct
things by making a change in
leadership. They have dismissed
‘their old-time boss Bengali B. T.
Ranadive from his post as secre-
tary-general.

@ On page 8.



weakening man.

we can ill afford to spare,
‘o say about the accepted span of three score
ond ten?

inerease the expectancy of life.
Noman could hope, at birth, for perhaps 20
vears,
Anglican clergymen, notorious long-livers.

ray
converted
shall be able to stretch our allotted span still
curther .

the body as boost-pellets.
power of cortisone is being studied and the
pituitary gland is regarded as ‘the leader of
the endocrine orchestra.

only by a culture of chicken muscle in a
laboratory dish and by certain lowly animals.
Man has all too evident limitations.

advice of
naturalists, gardeners, people with seasonal
sports or hobbies to enjoy and look forward
to live longest.



OUR MIDDLE-AGE?

One Scientist Prophesies
“Life «ll 150°

By JOHN POMFRET

SMUTS has died at 80, Shaw, at 94, is a
Churchill is

t 76. Einstein is reported to be working on

» new theory of the universe at the age of 71.

These, among the great of our age, are men
What has science

Can we hope to live longer now?
The answer is “Yes”, if by live we mean
An ancient
compared with the 60 to-day of
It has been said that the next ten years
the retreat of infectious diseases
into a rout. But whether we

see

There lies the great question mark. Per-

haps it is as well.

EATING GRASS
The secret of extended youth or even

extended middle age might have a catas-])
‘rophie effect on already serious food and]
population problems.

Science has so far reduced the number
of deaths in early years, not late.
Nowadays at least a dozen researches

nto gerontobiology, as they call it, have a
dozen theories about increasing longevity.
They range from crank diets to drugs.

The British Association advocates meals

of garlic, lentils, barley, fresh meat, and fruit.

A few hearty old people are eating grass

Most of us would rather die.

“GAS-PIPES”

In fact, a poll on the subject showed that
only 46 out of every 100 people questioned
wanted to reach 85,

A mere 19 per cent. coveted the century

mark,

Before the war they would have pinned

their faith to an operation by Voronov or
Steinach, which might have cost 500 guineas.

Voronov used monkeys as a reservoir of
glandular spare parts for the aged.
Several famous men tried it, but the
rejuvenation was usually brief.

Steinach redirected the hormone activity

of his patients.

In an earlier age of enemas, Metchnikov

preached that death was caused by the
absorption of toxins from the intestines.

Then the doctors said: ‘You are as old as

your arteries”, ignoring hale octogenarians
with arteries like gas-pipes.

BOOST-PELLETS
Glands are back in fashion to-day among

an Oxford group of age investigators with a
Nuffield grant behind them. Transplants on
Voronov lines are out, but injections are in.

Testosterone, for instance, can be lodged in
The rejuvenating

Dr. E. Geiringer says that in 50 or 60
years’ time we may Jive to 150, but he is
not yet prepared to say how.

So far near-immortality has been achieved

Women are rather better off. There are far

more centenarians among them. They live
much longer than men, especially if born of
if} young mothers.

IDLENESS KILLS
Elderly folk, men and women, are often

kept from the killing lethargy of old age
to-day by daily doses of benzedrine, the
long-term effect of which
known.

is simply not

Enforced idleness, useless vegetating in

a rocking chair is as deadly as the hyper-'

tension of the neurotic.
“Conserve a_ spiritual
the

pension”
psychologists. Certainly

They want to live.
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Our Readers Say :
Sea Fggs

The Editor, the Advocate
P SIR,— I, as the owner of the

Worthing Guest House” beg to
endorse every word that Mr. J.
Martinez of Caracas wrote in your
paper of September 22.

Mr. Martinez in his modesty did
not inform you that on two days
he got dead sea-egg prongs in his
feet which was caused by fisher-
men throwing the broken séa-egg
shells on the reef and the sea
washing them in,

A very nice thing when I took
the trouble to go to Caracas to try
to influence people to come to
Barbados. Sea-bathing being one
of my specialities in trying to
induce people to come to Barbados,
when a few others and I are
spending many thousands of
pounds sterling to bring trade to
the island to help one and all, even
the same fishermen.

A. E, TAYLOR.
Sept; 25, 1950.
Bus Conduct
The Editor, the Advocate

SIR,— Having lived away from

my homeland for the past twenty-

nine years, I have found many
changes for good and also for bad.
_ One of the bad spots is included
in our buses. On the afternoon of
September 22, driving from the
city on the 4 o'clock bus, two
individuals resorted to very
abusive language, and I feel quite
sure to the discomfort of decent
and respectable passengers and
what is worse, the children.

I feel that a stop should be put
to such an obnoxious atmosphere,
it should be the duty of the con-
ductors, not only to collect his
fares, but to see to it that decency
and respect prevails.

Any offending parties should be
sternly reprimanded, and _ the
other alternative should be to stop
the bus and the offending parties
or party should be asked to get
off the bus, or a.charge be
brought against the said persgn
or persons

_ The owners of buses should
investigate this . very. annoying
affair, so that passengers will be

able to drive in peace and com-}

fort
RESPECTABILITY.

1950 Brings in
Dollars=£23.000.000 Are Expected |

By ARTHUR JACOBS
IF TEEN expert American travel
agents are in Britain for a
tour. Later they will “sell” the
idea of an autumn holiday to their
fellow-countrymen.

They have already had a great
deal of success in “selling”
Britain at any time of the year—
a record number of Americans
have visited us this season.

Official figures at the moment
suggest that the Travel Associa-
tion’s forecast of 175,000 American
tourists this year may not be
reached. But it will come close

Business, has been bigger than
anything ‘the tourist trade in
Britain has ever known—78,140

eame in the first seven months of
1950.
Another 21,792 passed through
The tourist business is our
biggest source of dollars — and

£25 millions worth are expec
out of this year’s trade, and the
total earnings of all foreign cur-
rencies may be in the region of
£65 millions. “

It makes whisky top of the
tangible exports, and now going
abroad at the rate of £13,872,000
worth of dollars a year, a poor
second.

And more tourists mean more
prosperity for British traders.

Here is what one of London's
car hire firms report: “The -best
year we have ever had. Revenues
up to the end of August are well
over double for the same period
last vear.”

This clients
spend pounds
here

Where do they all stay? There
are said to be 33,228 hotel bed-
rooms in London

firm reckons its
about a million

It is certain there are many
more than this, but they are in
very small places.

Problem Solved

The London Hotels Information
Centre, set up in Leicester Square
last June, has been solving the
problems of roomless tourists —
dollar and otherwise.

They have arranged
bednights so far this year. A
bednight? One visitor fixed up
for one night equals one bednight.

The scheme has been a try-out
for next year, when, for the Festi-
val of Britain, a figure of 700,000
visitors has been mentioned.

There will be more __ hotel
accommodation, but probably not
enough.

No. 1 Host

Britain’s No. 1 host, Sir

16,500

Alex-

ander Maxwell, chief of the Travel :

Association, will not commit him-

the Tourist




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MacEWAN BEER
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GUINNESS SbOUT
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LEG HAMS
Tin HAMS
—2 Ib.



5 lb. — 10 Ib
LUNCHEON BEEF

OX TONGUES

x LUNCH TONGUES

3% GOLD BRAID RUM
TOP NOTCH RUM

seyf to any about

next year.

predictions



SALAMI a

SWEET COUNTER

BARLEY SUGAR
MARSH MALLOWS
GLACE CHERRIES
SHARP’S TOFFEES
COUNTRY LIFE

% MEAT DEPT.
CIGARETTES
CAPSTAN TOBACCO

SEIGHTLY CORNED BEEF
OX TONGUES
KIDNEYS
SWEETBREADS
e

“Not before January,” he says
“although things are beginning
to settle down again after the
Korean scare.”



Sir Alexander would like to sec
a 24-hour drinking licence a:
airports for people who have
cleared customs and are techni-
cally out of the country.

He also wants more late trains
to the South Coast for the 1951
Festival.

British Railways are “looking
into it,” he says, They would like
to know, what use would be made
of the sérvice.

FRESH VEGETABLES
— STOCK-UP EARLY —

ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT
at GODDARDS
cele B.S." Fee

But, he asks.

there, |

“Until a train is
v do we know how many

are going to use it?”



GARLIC
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,



1950



Food Places Receive

Great Attention By | OUR OLDEST EXPORTS |

Sanitary Authorities

REGISTERED with the Commissioners of Health of St.

Michael under the Head, Food Places, are 26 restaurants,| “Ventnor”, Christ Church, and Mr. C. A. Brathwaite

12 lunch rooms, 46 bakeries,

factories, 3 candy factories, 5 soda fountains,

one ice cream factory.

Labourer
Remanded

| arsewi DRAKES a 30-year-old
labourer of Cave Hill was re-
manded until October 3 by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod yes-
terday when he appeared before
him charged with the larceny of
£1. 5. from Sydney Williams of
Padmore Village, St, Philip.

eae ARE WORKING
overtime at night.

walking along Martins Bay at
night would see turtles making
holes on the seashore and burying
their eggs.

One boy from that district told
the Advocate yesterday that there
are various times when the turtles
rush to shore to bury their eggs.
Catching a turtle on the shore is
a tricky job and can be dangerous






32 cook-shops, 10 aerated water

* This information is contained in
, the annual Report of the Sanita-
tion Department of St. Michael
for 1949,

It is within the limits of the city '
i that most of the above places are
found. Baxter’s Road, Nelson
Street, Bay Street, Suttle Street
account for many of the Rest-







aurants listed, and many of them Was held at the Dril’ Hall ana} Who owned tamarind trees in St. | having done so in Brit’sh Guiana functioning on a proper basis will
go under the name of this or that @4mong those present was the| Andrew, St. Philip or Chris | last year, receive the support of Government.
| café. Governor’s wife, Mrs. A. W, L.| Church would get less t an one} Other colonies taking pary in Object of Conference

! Chief centres for the city Savage. whose trees were situated in St the tournament are Jamaica, I think that the object of the
jbakeries are Baxter’s Road and The conference was organised} Michael. wi sritish Guiana and Trinidad, the} Conference is a very laudable one.
Roebuck Street, and cookshops are by the Barbados Women’s Social Mr. F. E. Miler, "6.C.P. of}last named being the venue for] It is desirable that the various
dotted over the city also, The Welfare League and its purpose is} the firm of “The Mller Bros.|seme intercolonial matches for| Baby Clinics should co-ordinate
ysoda fountains are mainly Drug to try to co-ordinate the services| Tamarind Works” has been engag-|vhe past few years. their work and especially their
{Stores in Broad Street. The two the various baby clinics. ed in the tamarind trade for six-} Last year Jamaica staged an| “returns” so that the work of one

[clubs listed cater for food to their
members.

Why are these places registered
with the Commissioners of
Health? So that inspectors can
visit them regularly and observe
the sanitary conditions and effect
needed remedies.

Sanitation-Conscious

i > |
a C kp Some people prefer to have the
Clinies onference ‘emarinds picked and il.en bagged

administration and financing of aj rinds grown in
advice to mothers.

Chairman of the opening s-s:
yesterday was Mrs. N. G. Daysh,| tamarinds were known as “wild}/yeams from British Guiana and
President of the Barbados Women’s] cherries”
Social Welfare League

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

TAMARINDS—ONE OF Table Tennis’



Disease Must Be

: Prevented

| Team Off To! omc tun
e e i ; reach such a size or become so
Trinidad {important that for this or some |

other reason, Government may see |
fit to take it over and run it as a}
















BARBADOS has been shipping tamarinds to Engiand for}



more than a century now. They are one of the ingredients| The three-man Barbados Table | Government Institution. Such a)
in Worcester Sauce and Fruit Salts. Tamarind dea'ers are i = to ce” ie wr, is really a tribute to the |

. iad ere “Th Miller B » | Island in 1e first B.W Table oluntary Society and in such
few and the best known locally are aM Mill 4 aTOS. ‘| Tennis Tournament which opens| cases the workers should start |
and A. E. Taylor and Atkinson of the Tamarind + Works, | at Trinidad on Thursday pight,| again in another district. Thus :

left last night on the “Lady Nel-| the two types of workers work in|



dee tiate With pro- — ‘ harmony and co-operation,
perty owncr whose taner nd trees} | +e team, comprised of Norman} I wish to impress on you that
two clubs and Advice To Mothers catain th » pods and gener-]© M1 (Everton), Capt. Frank] Government does not wish to take
It e right to pick all the co gy and Harold — your organisations, rather
e ‘ vee for prices ranging} SOrbin (Abbey Marines), is a] does Government wis -
Discussed At from $6.00 to $10.00 ote in thal

solid combination and has been

; age voluntary workers
practising three nights weekly at

many spheres of work.

in their





the Y.M.C.A. in preparation for}| In Barbados in particular there

; and weghed, charging fron $2.00] the vournament. It is expected] is a great scope for, Voluntary
Representatives of the Baby] ‘'©.$!.44 ber hundred pounds. The|‘® give a good account of itself,| Workers. I would like to see Baby
Welfare Clinics of the island met|PTices vary according to the dis- This is the first oceasion on] Clinics in every parish and more
in conference for the first time|tmce of the tree plot: from the| Which Gill and Corbin will repre-| than one. I am sure that such

yesterday morning. The conference | °itY- For instance a householder} sent Barbados, Willoughby having| clinics when established and





Among the matters discussed| tcen years, He told the “Advocate”

unoffic al W.I. Singles Champion-
yesterday were the organization,| yesterday that the bulk of tama-

‘ ship featuring Ivan Phillips from
this island are| British Guiana and Ralph Gomes
of} €xported to London. It is shipped| trom Trinidad with the latter
in smaller quantities to America,| winning the championship

Austral’a and New Zealand In So far, Trinidad Table Tenn s
America, Mr Miller said, the/fans have seen representative

clinic may be compared with that
of other clinics. Thére should be
an underlying policy governing the
work of these clinics and all should
strive to work along similar lines
to their common goal. I hope that
as a result of this Conference some
useful lines may emerge and some
common ground be reached.

In conclusion, let me say how



baby clinic, and the giving

The conference continues today
but in Australia and| Barbados in

New Zealand they were known as
“wild dates”

action as Trinidasd
played B.G. in 1948 and Barbados



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PAGE FIVE

Kill those throbbing pains in your muscles
at once! Apply Sioan’s Liniment lightly —
feel your






You don’t rub in Sloan's, you dab
it on the affected part gently —
Sloan’s does the rest! Good for
aches and pains and stiff joints too!

LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN OM THE PACKET.



trom ai chemists and stores

a aaa

AGAIN IN STOCK ...

PURINA





' Any fruit tastes nicer stil...

She welcomed Mrs. Savage and

went intransit to B.G. last year

when one does not know how to Mr. W. W.. Merrit

approach the turtle. 5
But man Sanitary Inspector, and compiler
y of the boys who of the Report told the “Advocate” |

patrol the shore don’t want to A
catch turtles. They only want to |Â¥ esterday that his department is
to make

see where the eggs are buried so|â„¢aking every effort
that they can pick them up to sell |P®ople sanitat‘en-conscious. He
to people, hopes that the study of Hygiene

will be made an important part
— WILL BE A UNITED | of the curriculum of every school.
Swearing-in of new Senior

; His report shows that 1,356
ey anton § aoe “ ewes visits were made during the year
Septémbér 28 at £ x tne “id to the food places listed above.
vation Army Hall Reed i ie -|From those visits he finds that

Recruits from "several Sonate re ee ne eee
Corps will be among those to - Snes = Se
sworn-in. The Divisional Com- RO Pee ee

; 1, | Standard of environment with at-
to ae Major A. E. Moffett will tention to personal hygiene in
ake charge of the service. their eperaiione. : It was observed

HE FINAL LECTU owever, that quite a few neglect-
T teachers on shlcataias Seale ed these very necessary considera-
in Technique and Interpretation,” | tions. This was particularly ap-
will be given by Miss Richardson | Parent in small bakeries, and in a
at the British Council this evening sane’ ee on aerated water
eginning at 6 o’clock. actory premises,

A musical film will be also Mr. Merrit discussing the
shown of a competitive festival in|Sanitation drive, turned naturally
Canada, to Enteric Fever, which gets into

rae of the Workers’ oe cope via the mouth and.

ucational grou takes|thence into the stomach, He
place at 8.15 when Mr. Aubrey | pointed out that the incidence ot
Douglas Smith, M.A., will take|this fever has dropped consider-
aia ee eupsaee be =; ably in recent years, there having
WwW. e “The inidad; been just 33 cases in 1949. The

aioe me Mie ieoder of the, year 1924 was a peak year, with

ssion w. ae .| 275 cases recorded”.
Hewitt, who paid a special visi’ r nn
‘o Trinidad to observe the elec-
toral machinery and other phases
of the recent election.
4A GOLD CHAIN valued at $20| 1947 on the subject in which he

was stolen from the house of| quoted a brief and alliterative
Dora Felix of Water Hall Land| description of the method of in-
sometime between 10 a.m, and 7/| fection. It says: “Careless con-
p.m, on Monday. The matter is|tacts and convalescents carrier
under investigation, cases, chiefly cooks, defective
drains, dirty dairies and drinking
‘water faultily fried fish, sewage,
soaked shell fish, the dust of dried
dejecta, and the repulsive regurgi-
tations, dangerous droppings and
filthy feet of faecal feeding flies
fouling food.

That was why it was important
that people should take every care
with their food. Outbreaks of
enterig fever can be caused by a
polluted water supply, an infected
milk supply or a contaminated
food supply. The disease is
endemic in St. Michael, and the






infection
Mr. Merrit commented on an
article which he had written in





Obituary
Rev. P. C. Branch

THE death occurred at his}
resiaence St. Peter on Sunday
evening of the Rev. P. C. Branch,
retired Rector of St. Peter at the
age of 72.

Philip Campbell Branch ‘was
born in Grenada, the son o1 a
clergyman Rev. G. W. Branch,
some time Rector of St. George’s,
Grenada. He was educated at the
St. George’s Grammar School and
later entereq Codrington College.
It was only natural that the son
of an outstanding clergyman
should follow in the footsteps of
his father. Young Branch toc's
Holy Orders and was ordained in
the local Diocese. He became
Rector of St. Peter in 1925 from

Chief the guests at the conference. She

said that it had always been the Important Fruit from all the colonies in
privilege of the League to have} Some importance must be|not only to decide which colony
wife of the Governor as a member, attached to the fruit, Mr. Miller|is vhe leading one, but the Sin
of the committee of the League} Said, since it was the practice of | gles Champion of the four.

and during the Jast thirteen years} Naval craft not to leave Englisa







as far as she could remember, she} ports without a stock of Worcester-

had not met anyone who had dis-| shire Sauce or cffervescent fruit
played such general interest in the} saits of which the pulp of the G f S
work of the clinics as had Mrs.j| tamarind was an ingredicnt } Oo eason

Savage. The tocal tamarind seaso

begins in January. Contrasts ar O S d

Mrs. Daysh then expressed made with the owners of tamarind | pens un ay
regret that the League's former | trees before that time and when
President Hon’ble Mrs. M. Hans-)they are ready to be picked the
chell had been forced to resign} shippers send around men, skilled
because of the increasing work] in climbing to pick ther
demanding attention in the Legis- They are then shelled and pack-
lative Council. ed in molasses in reconditioned

Mrs. Daysh spoke of the very} pork barrels. The molasses is used
valuable socia') work Mrs. Hans-| as a preservative because they are
chell had done and said that her] Kept in bond for a long tme. Mr
service to the community in this/ Miller said °
respect could be a_ wonderful In recent years, Mr. Miller said,
example to them all. a quantity of Indian tamarinds

Dr. F. N. Grannum, the first] haq been shipped to England but

THE 1950-51 golf season will
get underway on Sunday with the
start of the annual team match
between the veterans and the
youngsters of the Club which is
expected to produce a_ bitter
battle for supremacy. The veter-
ans, composed of members over
40 years old, will be headed by
Col. Richards Vidmer, Captain of
the Club, and J. R. Rodger,
holder of the Amateur champion-

“a shoes ship, while the youngsteys
guest speaker, then addressed the without molasses nailed oes . » cei aki a
meeting. He spoke on the Island’s The Encyclopaedia Britannica 40, — sate ieee Bayley
Public Health Services. describes the tamarind as “the} ang Will Atkinson. wil

Ss vi
pods of a leguminous tree, Which | be played on Sunday a.
are hard exiernally but within] pal) matches on Monday.
filled with an acid juicy pulp con- Vidmer and Rodger have invit-
taining sugar and various acids\eq the following members to
such as citric and tartar-c, in com-!yrepresent their contemporaries
bination with potash Ted Benjamin, Dorian Cole, Jack
The acid pulp is used as a laxa-| Egan,



Fifteen Years
Of Lunch Selling



Perey Gooding,

| '
Willian | jNHAL
The school boys cal] her Howell:| tive and a refrigerant, the pods|Grannum, Ken Hunte, Bert King, : “Asia

she is 62 years old and has been} being ‘argely imported both from] Denis Lenagan, David Lucie

most of the sellers at the ola|
school gave up the job, but Daisy \ GEORGETOWN, B.G
and Howell still saw a future inj His Excellency the Governor,
it. But the schoo] rules disallowed | Sir Charles Woolley has appointe:
boys from going outside the gates |a Committee “to make such recom
to buy lunch from these women }mendations as it may seem appro-
and their trade began to die out.: priate with regard to any amend-
“It was just about then,” they|}ment tu the Law as it stands at

(From Our Own Correspondent) 5 :
No Forties

“wWe not only couldn’t get any
John Rodger explained, “we

couldn't even lady if she
were over 40."

ask a





Now they will see 3 players}and interested gathering of social
action} Workers.

|
|
|
|

supplying them with ham cutters] the East and the West Indies.” | Smith, Pat MacDermott, Dan S flavour, creaminess, smoothness
and lemonade now for 17 years. Some people remember the| Maskell, Frank Mordan, J. C Alway ‘Lae be sure your custard is Bi or
She and Daisy who is 42 have] tamarind tree only for its use inj Hotchkiss, E. J, Petrie, and Eri ready to Fo! ed ant ee
been selling lunch to the boys] providing rods of correction but Way. ; the first hint | For as long as you... of your
15 years. They first started on the| others remember eating them wie sna a some have not ca relieve mother . . . can remember the
‘ . neatrmnare | -s ittle salt during their s*hool{mamed but the veterans’ intelli | ‘ ird's has been an acsurance
School, Constitution ioae diss rene gence department reports thx of a cold 4 | Wath: Bird's has been an assurance
In those days Combermere] = 232329 ——-———— the youngsters are planning Ideal for use during the Say of unvarying quality,
school did not yr a canteen y > datas. ah tharteentiiete ake ae en So when k for Custard, it’
ar study of the conditions of the one you ask for Custard, it’s
and when sane oo itera: —_ B.G. | lans match reveal that eligibility is _ aoat ke be | wise to ask for Bird's!
with egg me iy ma at confined only to “members” with- ee
— < e eee eee oe Tana in the age limies. The suspicion = seitesniinii itis = == =
ow benches under & cot . oO men exists that the youngsters are | |e: —_—_—_—_— met
aa ny trays were quickly planning to include some of the
cleared, e better women players on their *
When the new Combermere G mbling La G] side, which puts the veterans ; ; » & te L
1 Ws side, puts the veterans a y ba or adties
school and its canteen were built! a a distinct disadvantage Gi enada Straw Zs d



pleased I am to see such a large

Your work may be tedi-
ous and at times exacting. You
will receive opposition and often
resentment in your work. But do
not be discouraged, all Public
Health progress meets with opposi-
tion, but let opposition and diffi- |
culties only stimulate you to
greater efforts. You are perform-
ing a very commendable work. and |
I wish you all success at the con- |
ference as well as in your efforts
to advance public health in this
island of which we are so proud,

with BIRD'S CUSTARD



Day in August. Because of tle
increased number of players cn

the course and an _ anticipated

record number of entries for ail
events, the Committee has deem-
ed it advisable to schedule men’s

and ladies’
days.

eal t
cke

events on different





To make sure of unequalled



















— HAND and SHOPPING —

Embroidered with beautiful designs







which post he retired in 1944.

A man of simple faith, Rev.
Branch also led a simple life
among his parishioners. He was
no Sympathiser in hypocrisy and
was out-spoken even to the point
of indiscretion. It had its effect,
however, in that those who would
prevail on the kind nature of
others were denounced and spot-
ted for what they were as soon
as they went near him. He was
courageous and went among his
people proving that their pastoral
leader was subject to the same

: esterday “that ) prese rele al "mi This team match will inaugur- in raffia
sporadic cases which occur are told the A or ao re am present in relation to ull form $ie -& full eatapalah ef oomsnetl
caused by the prevalence of the Modern Hig! chool was r of gambling and public lotterie: t th ee haduied
carriers, together with an im- oy bavate ee ant chee e aia ie “AP DCR een eo COR fo tee scant “The later Octo Large Shopping Bags Ea. $2.47
or es| no canteen at that school, our sales {m/'ttee followed, a debate in thc ss dae 4 Nera Se
wee thi dienes oe eeeee x Se began tq jump even higher than) Legislature on a motion by Hon, oe eos ee roe Ladies Handbags, barrel shaped .. $8,26
and the dir’ 7S ‘ “| before.” C. V. Wight, and it is expected] oo “Gnd the women claveis "Of Ladies Satchel shaped Bag ste eeeenes $5.04
ere / that the Committee will consider} 4.) ta a Ors Oh
Carriers, Mr. Merrit explained, It is paying work and provides | pecommending a State Lottery as handicap. The Men's Foursome: Dainty Ladies Bag with Circular Bottom and Felt Top i
. j The ak for the C. F. Harrison trophy wil) in Green, Royal Blue and Wine, Ea $2.85
are people who carry the germs]a living for them. They take} wel) as the removal of the ban tke “plnce. in Mennonite
of the disease without showing | life easy. against sweepstakes outside the) Christmas Hamper competition is War Ree
any sign of it. There is no safe| Daisy and Mrs. Howell can re-|cojony, scheduled for December. The
and reliable method by which a count the “robust” life of the Personnel of the Committee are] [adies and Men will play for the
carrier can be freed from infec-| boys of the old Combermere aes Hons, C V. Wight, C.B-E.| Captain's prize in January. In
tion, and thus the problem of the rhe eg mang to be put into the} (Ghairman), Yinceny my =: February the men and women's
vin ier i solved, | SXeleto! ‘oom, Cheddi Jagan, Rev. A. " eters,|] Medal Play Championship anc
chronic carrier is yet to be so! These women used to see » Commissioner of Police, Mr. | President’s Cup ease shee iatat wil) e e
Mr. Merrit also talked of the ; the Cor I
mt or. Frankie Worrell play cricket at the John Durey M.B.E., Mr. J. E.| be staged

cisposal of sewage and regretted
that the primitive privy pits and
pails were still much used. He
admitted that the question of
economics was tied up with this.
Among the activities ee, C d
Ins) rs aimed at minimizing
Inspectors aimed itse primitive} ChampionsCrowne
conditions is the treatment of (From Our Own Correspondent) i
privy pits and pails with emulsion} GEORGETOWN, British Guiana

old Combermere School grounds.

B.G. Boxing



deFreitas, with Major Ivor Robin-

The Men's’ Barbados Oper
Championship is scheduled for
March, while the Ladies’ title wil
be decided in April. Both the
men’s and ladies’ handicap matct
play competitions will

son of the Social Assistance

Department as Secretary

NEW PASTOR
HALIFAX, Sept. 26.
Rev. S. A. Black, a former mem-
ber of the Jamaica House of
Representatives was installed as



be playec

and the mixed foursomes in July

in May, the men's four-ball, bes’ |
ball for the Dunlop Cup in Junk |

In addition to this heavy sched- |

10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street.



and oil as a routine measure
against the spread of Enteric

|
lady to play on the over 40 |
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Sept 26. +Ppasto rof the Zion African Episco-

a Men’s Bee,
A record crowd on the BBCC pal Methodist Church here on «

ule there will be

a a

human weakness and enjoining

ground Monday night saw the'siunday—Can. Press. tition each month and a

them to hold fast to strong faith.
Even after his retirement he
remained active until illness
struck him down. His sturdy
cheerful personality will be sadly
missed not only in his own family
circle but among those whose
affection and respect he had
earned. His funeral took place
at St. Peter’s Church on Monday
afternoon im the presence of a
large and representative gather-
ing.

CH

A. C. Bailey

Fever and Dysentery.

5 Off To Deaf

1950 amateur boxing champions
crowned.

The highlight was the heavy-
weight scrap in which champioa
James Bernard found an able
opponent in P. C. Clinron Hzy-
wood. Bernard won on points

The only K.O, was when Deni:
Padmore put James Brathwaite
out in 1 minute 45 3/8 seconds i:

the first round to win the middle-

School
weight title.
crowned are Fly

To-day five Barbadian children Champions

will be leaving the Island to} weight Claude Meusa, 112 Ib

attend the Trinidad School for| Bantamweight Ivelan Stephenso

the Deaf and Dumb, 15 Cascade} 118 lbs, Featherweight Stanle’

Road, Port-of-Spain . Everzley 1214 ‘tbs, Lightweig!s
Three of these children ar@/ Carlton Birkett, Welterweight 5!





Mug and a Ladies’ Spoon compe- |
Field |

||

|

..| already attending the school, but] Clair Christie 141 lbs, Middle

THE death occurred at his| have been spending holidays ‘with | weight Denis Padmore 156. lbs
residence Rhylstone, Hastings) ¢heir parents and guardians. Light Heavyweieht P. C.Bedfor:
yesterday of Mr. Arthur Cecil] “two girls, (7) and (12) will be] 174 Ibs, and the Heavyweig!

Bailey, formerly Secretary of the
Barbados Mutual Life Assuran:e
Society at the age of 65.

entering as new pupils.
Two children come from St.
Mr, ‘Bailey who was the son of Philip, we ars ee Michael, and

: F f ne St. Andrew.
the late W. H, Bailey 18..|° Ia book case the Poor Law
Auditor General of this island wes|Guardians of the Vestry con-
educated at Harrison G@ollege. H€| cerned are contributing to the
joined the Civil Service and ws} maintenance of the children a’
a clerk in the Colonial Secretary's ear
Office from 1901 until 1919. The
conditions of service were nol
what they are today and like mary
of his class Mr. Bailey gave up the
service for the more lucrative
avenues to be found in private
enterprise. He joined the staff of



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Meeting of Hospital Sanitary
Committee at 3.00 p.m.
Miss Enid Richardson lec-

tures at British Council at

the B.M.L.A., and eventually rose 6.00 p.m.
to be Secretary of the organisa-|) Mobile Cinema, Holders
tion. This post he filled with Pasture, St. James at
efficiency to the satisfaction cof 7.30 p.m.

the Directors and the policy holders
alike. He was highly respected by
the staff who greatly regretted his
retirement in 1948.

He was married to a daughter.
of the late Mr. Rupert Redman
and by this marriage leaves one



tribution made by the Vestry

son and four daughters and to his}to make up the required balance] lorry breaking the right ankle
sorrowing widow and other mein-} will be welcomed by the Barba-| and left knee. STOMACH POWDER
bers of the family sincere}qos Association in aid of the He is now detained in the Ter- Bele Agente:—

condolence will be extended. Blind, Deaf and Dumb

the School in Trinidad. The con-

does not cover the entire cost of} morning about 9 o'cloc!: after :
this special schooling, and volun-
tary contributions from the public! his feet from the platform of 3







James Bernard 1924 lbs.

$500,000 HOTEL
FOR JAMAICA

KINGSTON, JCA., 26.

The local Administration
Board granted a 50 year lease
with the option of renewal to
Robert and Howard Morrow,
American millionaire nut manu-
facturers, to erect a $500,000 hotel
at Montego Bay.—C.P.



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IN HOSPITAL AFTER
ACCIDENT
E. C. Carter, a Senior Clerk of

Da Costa & Co., Ltd., was taker
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puncheon of molasses rolled ove:

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER



CLASSIFIED ADS.

27, 1950













27th September 1947.
Sweet are the memories that
will fade,

never





27.9. 50—jn



HOUSE —- Ashton-on-Sea. Maxwell



| PUBLIC
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NOTICE



1950
CARRINGTON & SEALY,



15th day of September,

BARBADOS







BOROUGH OF § AN FERNANI



installed capacity together
with Transmission and Dis-







ADVOCATE



* SHIPPING NOTICES .......















CHANCERY SALE















(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
Cnr. of Broad and Tudor Streets.

TELEPHONE 2508 THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW Post of Town The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
io siete - scene ibe Applications will be received by the E | i halal ssaniaaidii 1 Buller Bridgetown. between 12 noon and 2 op â„¢. for the au an/ben the
‘ RENT undersigned for the Vacant Post of Ur- ag eer | date specified below. Mf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday
ganist at St. Saviour’s Church, up w | at the same place and during the same hours until sold Full particulars 6n appli-
IN MEMORIAM | FOR ___ | Saturday October 7th 1950. Salary $4.00) APPLICATIONS are invited for one NETHERLANDS somcesssy | C8tlon to me
ee HOUSES = a ee of Health wos the post® of TOWN ENGINEER, STEAMSHIP CO. | ROBERT DECOURCEY O’NEALE. VS. MANNING & CO. LIMITED
: Reem TS Signed C. A. SKINNER, {Borough of San Fernando, Trini- The M. V RADAR" will
IN loving memory of our dear mother - os Vestry Clerk drew. | de SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM on ¢ Taaahoe PROPERTY: All that certain piece areel of land siut City of Bridge-
CONSTANCE SMITH who died Sept 27th panes etean Upner Coltrmare Rock. estry Clerk, a ar . dad, B.W.1, ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER.’ a Cargo =e ‘ pai vie town and Island aforesaid ecaipdnien "Oy Seaman wae wcianna ona Poe
1949 # o Siacbare i ‘eiiliamna, Sane m ne Applicants must be fully quali-| . 2 sersitia” Sept. 29th: 30th, Oct, a oy As cee fy ‘square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding on three sides on _tands of the
A faithful mother, a faithful friend) i.) o673 . z 9 ie, So \fied Electrical Engineers hoiding} ra STORER. CASES wee ~~. | defendant company and on the fourth side on the public wood called Bay Street.
On her we always could depend Teese ieee eopctenionabenind rahe NOTICE lthe degree of Associate Member- SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The M.V. “DAERWOOD’ UPSET PRICE: £2,000.
Every day in some sweet way SAMAAN GGA WO, mainte. |, 1% BEMMBY GIVEN that ts the | oy Instit f Electri & DOVER oe gg oe lhe DATE OF SALE: 6th October, 1950
Her beautiful memory comes our W485! pulp, furnished and Refrigerator. For | tention of Elsie Brathwaite of Kirtons | ShiP ot the Institution of ents | .% “Bonaire” September 16th. Ho kata me Vincent, Geese | 22.9.50-—4n a. hae
No. Verde Suey | Oct., Nov, and eermelephone |i the parish of Saint Philip in this |Cal Engineers or its equiv’ tlt: | saiinG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIDO and Aruba. ‘Date of ‘depart. REGISTRAR-IN-CHANCERY
What we lost one year today Mrs. Gibbons 2617. 27.9 50—2n. | Island, Widow of Benjamin Brathwaite, | Experience of Civ il and/or Mun DEMERARA, ETC will be notified
v- late of this Island deceased, to make | cipal Engineering will be an asset “Helena” Sept 2ist.
Enid & Mazie (daughters), Fredrica) “peACONS VILLE — From the Ist | 4pplication to the Colonial Treasurer ot | ‘B re”
Sendiford (sister). Bustace Gall (son-in= , Corner of ‘Deacons Ra ot Vihie. Inland ts Withtrae Stata Sur Bebiic (°°, tre applicant. eee” Sts nae B.W.L, Schooner Owners JUST OPENED!
jaw), Mitchel, David, Shirley (Gran) Rock Road. Dial 3369 ‘eb'e00--bh ; Treasury on or’ afer the Sist aay of\ , 2 duties or tne post comprise G TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH, ile . A New Shipment of
eS — - December 1960, the sum of Thisty-one\ the administrative and executive AN Willemst a" sept ih, — i! yj
‘00-10 | “aroma ap _— pee fags | Sites tac ict tons Tene tee |control of the: Boroughs sngs| 2 uma. SOP ak an. i NGOLEUM & LINOLEUM
nga’ . Three bedrooms. amount i » | eart * a Pe - a ‘ . . el. No. ‘ ‘
eee aisle. Sao. Sa Pos ite” toe. eroeach eaaenst. he at ee (Oe Department 98 follows:—) Limited passenger “accommodation Come in and choose your requirements
IN loving ory of our dear mother | Medern conveniences, Garage. From. Ist) and being money due to the Estate of The Electricity Works con- available on this vessel) . from the wide range of designs.
October. Further rticulars fi
vho departed on the : pai s from Bar-| jhe said Benjamin Brathwaite, d sisting.ef the Diesel Gener-j] §. ©. MUSEON, SON 2 CO. LTD ed
THORNE who depa' m bados Real Estat Phone 2336 oe, Oneeneet ; ‘ 5 THE
oe ee e Agency ne Dated this ating Station of 2,000 KW AGENTS CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Of one we loved but could not save,

A beautiful life that came to an end,

She lived and died everybody's friend.
The THORNE FAMILY:

27.9.50—1n.



FOR SALE













Recently decorated throughout. to be) she Estate of Gilford Dudley Moore de- Scavenging Services, and
AUTOMOTIVE 27.9.90—n. | Oh, the oth day of April 1980, nae Operations of the Town of | Barbados nnua S nnua § nnua §
CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 Car A. 104 FOR SALE OR RENT are requested to send in particulars of San Fernando. 5 ,, |S.S. “TEMPLE ARCH” M/brough & ;
in fine condition. Recently overhauled.) MARRISTOW — Maxwell Coast, fully See ue attested to the under. The post, which is pensionable, | London 5th Sept. 29th Sept.
New Tyres. Apply to Lacy Kellman,| furnished. Four bedrooms. all modérn| Moees:s Haynes = ‘Ath rie uff? |earries a salary of $3,840.00 —/s.s. “SITHONTA” Leadon 18th Sept. 4th Oct. _
Cane Garden, St. Andrew, | 1 | conveniences. Three Servants Roots | Street, Bridgetown, riffith, No. 2 Swan | <9 00 — $4,800.00 per annum|s'§ “GEOLOGIST” || _T. verpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct. For 1951
Secu Veen}, ANNO SRY Sr ale" Acatinic at seoemnher on or before the s0th day of November with a Temporary War Allowance} SS “LLOYDCREST” Lendon 10th Oct, 27th Oct. |
CAR—One 1947 mode! Prefect Ford in 27.9. Misttiuie ‘tua’ aaaeie Cn ares to} of $288.00 per annum, a
Poca, Womens. wade. Aas otran Smonu the parties entitled thereto having {2 , Quarters are*provided at a rents ,
, 26,.9.50—2n. PUBLIC SALES regard. only to such elaims of which Ijal value of 10 per cent per month HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM a eUelN. 00 partment
CAR — 1946 Austin 19 HP. in good | ————————— Se linple for the. esses or sry part | epee? : Vessel F Closes in Barbados
order. Apply Springer’s Garage, Spry preof 5 The applicant will be required esse or
. : AUCTION thereof so distributed to any person of a F
peed ee | whose debt or claim I shall not then have |to provide his own car for whieh] s,s. “MOONCREST” .. London Mid October 1st FLOOR
CAR—(1) one 1942 Dodge Car—in good Het BONE areas indebted. to tha paid |S e ae, Auowance. of $600,00) S's. “JUNECREST” Liverpool Late October.

condition.
Magazine Lane.

Apply Cosmopolitan Garage.
Phone 3915.
22.9.50—5n























Christ Church, Fully Furnished.
taining Four Bedrooms,
Dining Rooms, Verandah Overlooking
the Sea and all modern conveniences.
Dial 3607. 23 .9.50—Tn

HOUSE — Very attractive «ounfrs
house in the Parish of St. George. Fully
furnished except for silver and linen

Con-
Drawing and

















UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By Instructions received 1 will sell
on Thursday September 28th at Messrs
Cole & Co's Garage, Probyn Street ut











Solicitors for the Applicant
16



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NOTICE

Re Estate of
GILFORD DUDLEY MOORE

deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim against



estate are requested to settle their in-

debtedness without delay.
Dated this 5th day of September, 1950,
ERNEST BERESFORD MARSHALL,





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

| 2+ The Municipal Services
| consisting inter alia of the
| Water Distribution System,

the Road Maintenance, the



per annum is provided.
First Class passages will be pro-
vided the successful candidate





2,300 |

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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

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CAR—An ARMSTRONG SIDDELEY On Se ies Chevrolet Truck in per- | Qualified Administrator of the Estate of who must be between the ages of DA COSTA & co., LTD.—Agents : MEH
4—5 Seater Sedan. For inspection: ! rect erates onder. Steel Cab. Tyres Gilford Dudley Moore, deceased. vr aieations ss thks” pest loeb CHICKS OWN, THE SCHOOL FRIEND, PLAYBOX,
and battery good. Must be sold. Terms; ~~~ : st
Church Street. Cash. vIn T @ “on NOTICE on 15th October, 1950, and should ~ ° N « l = s RAINBOW, FILM FUN, TINY TOTS, BABY’S OWN,
50—6: ‘ Estate of . ai ies ay" sntiale and t
cata Oe ae reo Brinwos (ean comin, srogcee os Canadian Nationa eamships|§ kxock ovr FUN Book, PICTURE SHOW
TRUCK—Bedford 5 ton Truck complete ve : eceased veo age reall . ” & : ; Sail Sait Arrives Suits
5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali|/ dressed to the Town Clerk, San | sourupounD Sails Sails Sails ANNU Ss > 7
Re denies es aaa condition: I have been instructed by the Com-| persons having any debt or clayos| Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. Mont: al Halifax Boston Garbados Barbados Nt AL, SCRAMBLE and KIDDY FUN.
27.9 gn | missioner of Police to sell at Cen.rai! against the Estate of Peter Patterson 13.9.50 . = 10 S 25 Sept. 26 Sept .
.9,50—8n | Hation, on Tuesday next the 3ra | late of Ramsgate Annéxe Woodside Gur- oN: _ |GADY NELSON SR ld + eo PONS en a8 One Get yours Now and avoid disappointment
PICKUP— Bedford Heavy Duty Pickup | October. beginning at 2 p.m. the fol- jens, in the parish of Saint Michael in ——-~ ICANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Scpt. 30 Sept a Oe ie OL .
dae Utila ahilanwe- and owner iaagine lowing Hams: (1) Gar wheal, (2) | this Island who died in. this Island on LADY oun ‘ soc + Sat edie Saath eee
i cycles (10) Tins o lesties milk, (1) | the 4th day of June 1950 — intestate CANADIAN CRUISER fa San , > %y or i i
island $2,860.00—Courtesy Garage, Dial | Motor car hup-cap, and several other | are Peuderea 4c Geode in. eartionines wane raed tADY NELSON... .. +. 1 Nov, 4 Nov. @ Nov, 18 Nov. 16 Nov Kindly note that this Department will be opened
‘ ‘ items of interest. of their claims duly attested to the
— - : . : ——_—_—_————
5 ear ett DARCY A, SCOTT, | Uindersiged Marian May: Nurse C/o Ai dk ans 0 niall to customers as usual on WEDNESDAY the 27th and
> i r Lu. W. Clarke & Co. Solicitors, James a
good condition, Apply The Manager, - Wha an on -s . ‘ J i Arri Arrives Arrives
s “t Bridgetow » bef tt NORTHBOUND Arrives Balls Arrives rrives T
Nelle Fibntatheta ES, NAG ag 30th day of November. 1990 alter which MOTOR REPAIRS Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal St. John HURSDAY 28th of September, 1950.
+ m REAL ESTATE aate 1 shall proceed to distribute ae *
the assets of the deceased, among the LADY NELSON & Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct, a Oc Telephone 4427
ELECTRICAL HARMONY COTTAGE — Si. George. | Parties entitled thereto — having regara LADY RODNEY @ Nov. 11 Noy, 20 Nov. ~ _ ney
— St. George tonly to such elaims.af which I shall Bee. .. LADY NEILSON 28 Nov, 30 Nov. 9 Dee. _ — 6 Dee.
RADIO — One Murphy Six Tube Pre Sle ipa Aone Me. ene then have had notice and 1 will not SS SOSSSO SSCS SF G9 9S SSO 6 SOS SSSBEEBESSEOOSOS8OSS
Radio. 4239 50—2n : . “[be Mable for the assets or any part * — a
Ho, “Mial : 2.9. if strong, Drax Hall, St, ES 50—dn, | thereof so distributed to any person ot GORDON BOLDEN
RADIO—Phillips 7 tube Wooden Cab- ms P whose debt or claim J shall now them ham
tal 4456 tras arti aera aay —Thave had tice, W.B.-—-Subject w change without notice. Ail vessels fitted with cold storage ©
ingt excellent condition Dial 4606, ENTERPRISE HOUSE and outbuilding grit ail Parents indebted to the BARBADOS GARAGE bere Passenger Feres and freiaht tes on application to

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ed according to the nature and priority

myself responsible for her or anyone | thereof respectively; otherwise such per-

else contracting any debt or debts in
my name unless by a written order

Church, and f 7 7 ay
LIVESTOCK DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7| “piness without delay. — 130 Roebuck St. ::: Dial 3671 GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
“ ___ | acres of land at Enterprise, Christ MARIAN MAY NURSE
ince a ene Holstein cow (36 pts Snes Serene ae the abovemen- wyiites Administratrix of the Es- oh
last calf) also one donkey ang cart 4 1 | tate of Peter Putterson deceased
with ‘harness. Apply’ to Clarenite Wal- | set up" forsale. by Public Auction Wt "819. 50—4n |
cott, Station Hill St, Michael. | 1, |our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge. aie ee ;
.9,60—1n town, on’ Friday 29th September, 1950 NOTICE LA TURISTA ’ \F; § |
at 2 p.m. Re Estate of 10: DAY'S N W f
consi oS & Mage im in rot Inspection on application to Mrs. CHARLES FREDERICK SKEETE u ;
Mile Hill, St. Michael. PLUERE Om She Re aes ae deceased Bem Venido—Tenemos a
27.9.50—5n. | aM» eich Tidans novi ber Gabt’ os cien en Articlos de LAMP SHADES for large FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
ME | 20;9.50—9n. | or affecting the estate of Charles standing floor lamps, and EFFECTS
CHANICAL ——__-__—-- Frederick Skeete late of Mile and a also for Table, Wall and
| The undersigned will set up for sale by] Quarter in the parish of Saint Peter i , : at the
IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — Large | Public competition at their Office 151/152} who died in this Island on the 2th Hanging Lamps. fa
cuantity of 1% inch Galvanised piping. ; Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on Friday| day of January 1936, are hereby re- de la India China Egypt CRAYONS in Wood, | HOUSE IN AQUATIC COURT
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft, Tower, 2%| the 29th instant at 2.30 p.m. quired to send in particulars of their 4 SHOE-MAKERS’ KNIVES
inch Pump and large. tank. Ring 4038.| 44 tang ORL AN VEE containing | Gains, duly attested to ms Nathaniel ep oan lately occupied by
ngherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St | "aq square feet situate at St. Matthias | sy" e Banfield, Solicitors, Jamen strest, THANI'S AT J. A. ROBERTS, Esa.
oie ; —*": | Gap, Christ Church, The dwellinghouse | Bridgetown on’ or before the 30th day Pr. W Hory. St
One hand operated BACON SLICING |'%,2, two toned, wooden (pullding, of | of November “1960, after, which date 4 cae JUMNSON’S STATIONERY to take place on
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co., Which, the first floor is used as 2, hop: | shall proceed to distribtite the assets And HARDWARE | THURSDAY NEE, the's0t, Rept,
+1 Whhaparie 18.9,50—t..n. | Gence, Inspection any day on application | Of the said estate among the parties oh. 4 [POP PODVOODEIDPD IDI SO, eater?
SCALES (B00 ‘to Miss E. V. Johnson, on the premises. gure aa neve Fegai to the OSS SSS! Mahogany Wagwon, Meh, Din-
The G@ 4 Ib.) Platform Scales. | For further particulars’ and conditions of | §°Dts and clatns only of which fT shal! QR | SSSESGODOSHOGE OOS OOY OO OF ar kan a: tee A heath
ath gs Agency Co., B’dos Ltd., 14! sale apply to R. S. Nicholls & Co, en have d notice and that IL shall ! X1S ® ng Table 3 Piece Mah ors
igh St. Phone 4517 22.9.50—6n ! 24.9.50.—5n. ay be liable for a Seen so distributes s g ® Suite leering epshionel, Mah, Gots
cia geal ipa lalate ealaiherptdeatajtngllhs iain teal © any person of whose debt or claim ‘ e X a ’ , ® ee ‘ables, 2 ah, rmehairs, 4
MISCELLANEOUS QUAKER ROAD, Carrington’s Village | 1 /Shall not have had notice at the time > >! $ THINKING OF... o h. Plant Stands, Double Ah
naptime Friday 29th. at 1 p.m. a board ana] f such distribution. wis » stead with Vono Spring, Man
ANTIQUES — Of , Shivie house 24 x 12 x 9, Shed 2% x 7.| And all persons ,indebted to the said WE OFFER YOU X1S q Wirdrobe with Mirror, Mah
Gines ane a . is, Vv! 1 1 a counts without delay ., » & oc Moh. Bedside Table, Paint ‘
» is. d ela) > ‘
Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- closet, palings, LACHER MCKENZIE. | Dated this 4th day of September, 1990, | ¥8 Rs urns inl al (1 Press, Bedstead, Dressing Table
ber ete. at Gorringes Antique Shop Auctioneer N. A. SKEETE Ad x e Sideboard, Divan with = internor .
adjoining Royal Yacht ah, tt 27.9.50—3n Sminad Administrator of the estite x % 2 reheat Mattresses, Large Desk,
-9.50—t.f.n. eee “_, of Charles Frederick Skeete, deceased. | ¥, . x juokshelves, 7 ec, ft, Norge Frig
x : SHARES FOR SALE 27.9.5 s > 2 ine new) 3 burner Valor Stove
ABBOTT'S HALIVER MALT" cho: | 902 BARBADOS SHIPPING & Liacuia! g in a variety of LOOK WELL AHEAD! ‘simon new) Wieetrio Toaster and
Pa as cnn stocks of Abbott's CO: LTD. OF % . Iron, 3 Burner Gas Cooker, P x ‘ "
Haliver Malt” with Viosterol on nand.| g9 BARBADOS FIRE INSURANCE CO: FICIAL NOTICE sonar ae Te hen ene cae Just arrived for your inspection at the
more nt present KNIGHT'S baa, The above will be set up for sale,] BARBADOS, I JALITIES ! . 3 Misoaligneoya | China, GSubsty,
A 26.9.50- an. | “cum dividend”, by public compet!” 'n IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF ’ A Christmas only ugm, Srantatd Lata. Sasee re
oe ‘| at our office, James Street, Bridges ws, L r - P, : I :
eg lah A lle lees sta hin ra By . sul Radio, 6 Tube G.B.C. Radio,
Ls on FRIDAY 30th September instant at (Equitable Jurisdiction). e s a » 3 a
gDRTMLIANTINE — For that soft and) 1.30 p.m. YEARWOOD & BOYC.| VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE Plaintl.f RIPET: & OTHER months off is nearer Rion hartge Mesh” Rowke, Wass CITY G AR AGE TR AD N
Liquid Brilliantine’’. Frice 3/- bot Solicitors. 27.9.50--3n | FITZGERALD CLARKE—Defendant PINST "es rN tures and many other interesting
KNIGHTS LTD. 26.9.50-—3n IN pursuance of an Order in this rime than ou think items r
ea set ceca y oa eb ce orce-ie eI PERSONAL Court in the above action made on the TWEEDS y .
Toren a= Oe. two wees) | Oney toe to all Daketor Davina. anv Guanes GREY & ORBAM AUCTIONEER —
property of the Barbados S.P.C.A. er any ¢state, 7 CHRISTMAS — Good Bureaus,
For ticulars Apply to bi H The public are hereby warned against] or interest in or any lien or ineum- oehct nat 1 ° °
Williamne eA. ees OR - eying credit to my wife ITH CAK-] prance affecting ; mecsieel yatdnebes,. | Vetersie John hd. Biadon
Pinfold Street. Dial 2673. LOTTA BARNES (nce Richards) as I] All that certain piece or parcel FLANNELS Monee ca Clem Wushetands a °
27.9.50—3n. | do not hold myself responsible for her! of land situate at the Ivy in the par- ‘ Ce eine ere SEATS, | ALW.S., BAVA. Victoria Street = Bridgetown
| or anyone else contracting any debt Or] ish of Saint Michael. aforesaid containing Night chairs, Screen 7 Bs
MENNEN’S QUINSANA TALC — We] debts in ms name unless by a written | by admeasurement Four thousand seven PI 4 se EE aa dan bee | Phone 4640, Plantations Building.
have in stock Mennen’s Quinsana Talc | order signe yy me. son hundred and seventy square feet or TRO iC LS ‘ é - te = a een
which is an excellent remedy for A= Sgd. WAKEFIELD M. A. ae? thereabouts abutting and bounding on , _ aoe ee Oia acaayT toe ih
lete’s Feet. Try it and see the results. Pasture eth lands of James Murray, on |pnds of % were Suite, Tub, Rush and Op-
KNIGHT'S Ltd. 26.9.50—2n. eine Biaschs Groevencr, «on lands of che Ete. Etc. Bte % holstered Suites, Armehatrs, - EL
samaenteimnenaap . eo ‘orde and on two sides on the public r fi ¢, + Settees and Rocker Couches
STIEFEL'’S GERMICTIDAL SOAP — 26.9.50~2n. | ond called Ivy Road or however cise PRICES RANGING FROM x Dining, Kitchen and. Zainch
Here again we only have a small qusnti- | — ———~ | the same abut and bound together with ” > ‘Tables, China, Bedroom & Kitchen
ty in stock and owing to import re- The public are hereby warned eC the dwellinghouse and all and singular Cabinets, Wagons, Larders, Side-
strictions we are not allowed to import | siving credit to my wife A f] other the buildings and erections on boards, Codlerator, Desks, Book-
anymore, KNIGHT'S Lid. LEOTTA PHILLIPS (nee Alleyne) af 1] the said parcel of land erected apd built $2 00 to $7 98 x boards, i
26.9.50--3n | do not hold myself see Me ape standing and being with the appurten- . . ?
Seren sen onlict aap aie pie Sins iheedincompsaaieentsinte ne Tad MRe Or rece ee a vy a | ances to bring before me an account y
TREES—Eight Lignumvitae Trees— | or debts in my name unless Dy 4) of their said claims with their witnesses, JUST TRY US $ BUY EARLY
To be seen at the ¥.M.C.A,, Pinfold | written order signed by PHILLIPS documents and vouchers, to be examined e -
Street—Enquiries to be made at Chelsea Signed aoe af ter me on any Tuesday, or Friday be- +
Garage (1950) Ltd. ‘phone 4264. gai 7 Cree hay pe tween the hours of 12 (noon), and 3 t >
23.9. 50—3n . » m 709 0—in, | O'clock in the afternoon, at the Office - -
Rete ct oe Mica 8 : ‘| of the Clerk of the Assistant ee of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
t ciie “orate ie hereby Warned MEENA before the Ist day of November, 198), LS. Wil SON
WANTED SEALY (nee Bishop) as I do got hold in order that such claims may be rank- Pr. Wm. Hny. St. Dial 3466 6 le
sons will be precluded from the, benefit GSS OGOCCOBOOSOOOOOOOS &



of the said Decree, and be deprived of















HELP sient, by A ed FRANK SEALY all claim on or against the said property PDO PSOCO PE POPS PE OO %
Ge aratinee aie ; Tudor Street. Claimants are also notified that they % %
SERVANT — Reliable Housemaid, to ‘St. Michael, | Must attend the said Court on Wednes- | & mI %
| live in “Helmsley” Gun Hill St. George {000000 day, the ist day of November, 1950, at | %& I OR SAL x
27.9.50-—2n. 1€ o’clock a.m. when their said claims | .
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | wit’ be ranikea. ra %
{ MISCELLANEOUS The application of Dolly Edwards cote any Pe Oe ee ae Barbados or Trinidad x
“GRABG aul Grace"1a pace Wiles, Se tates | SARCES is aioie Pe ea, Raa, 1 x
2307. ile FE 9.50—5n aap A ass ne paaicatet Baxter Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court .ol % GLAD EYES—LICHGA TE—ENTRANCING Each eared % ——
Road, "St. Michael for permission | to | APP Old Gold and Silver. Apply to Leonard | use said license at the above premises. “ ° VALWIN AND A OWINTER—Each £475 %
M Clark, Jeweller. No 12 James St. Dated this 25th day of September 10 = - i ‘
21-9.50—1n | no A, MCLEOD eg OFFICIAL SALE | a :
Police Magistrate, Dist “A”. - $ ~ also — ; seer Te ae
INDIVIDUAL COACHING by, English Signed DOLLY EDWAKUS. BARES ‘court or |S. CETTY, MUFFETTEE, BYCHAN, SHAHPERE, MAGK( LADY, ¥
Lev T aaah Teoel Meeting, Bypiae Applicant IN SER SEMEEANT COVE OY. 12 THE MEARE, TANYBRYN, RIVER FLOW %
and Commercial. - ing, Typing _—Thi icatio: ill be -const- E : ¢ ”
and Stenciling efficiently “and” quickly | gevcd' ‘at a Licensing Court to be held | Vo... (Bauitable Juriediciee saaintiat | Ye ne FINE REPEC rs I
execubed at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs- ON A eee nae -Defendant Apply: O P. BENNETT, Southern Dairy - Cross ~ Trinidad 4

MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538.
19.9.50.—16n,



day the 5th day of October 1950 at}!
o'clock, a.m

NOTICE is hereby given that by virtu

of an Order of the Assistant Court of

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Profesora de idiomas graduada. Ex Police Ma aes or Appeal dated the 22nd day of August, PROOPSS

Traductor Oficial del Ministerio de alice MngM + Pe 9.50--in. | 1950, there will be set, up for sale to

Relaciones Interiores en Venezuela. : s io hisheut pigdas = Li) On eee re 7 .

Clases de Inglés, Frances, anol. ; ssistant Court 0 ppeal a’ QUASI ARE WELDING EQUIPMENT AND
al peree House, Bridgetown, between the hours Pa 0 J

Alemann y Italiano. Para inseripciones

——$—_—$—————
BOROUGH OF SAN FERNANDO





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beléfono 8495, de 2.30 p.m. 6 om of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the after- {
Curso desde ist. de “Octubre. Sra — — | noon on Priday, the 3rd day of Novem- PLECTRODES. :
Cone Sonserap: Snes Sart. Be ber that certain piece or parcel of land t
= oo or Post of Assistant situate at the Ivy in the parish of Saint







Michael aforesaid containing by admeas-

Your enquiries for WELDING PLANTS and equiprnent





BOTTLE CROWNING MACHINE--One TT.
-ownt Wy rement Fi thousand seven hundred P 7 . :
Machine, Apply A. S Bryden & Sons) a. ai a manger’ a and seventy square feet or thereabouts will receive prompt attention from our experienced
y I : 4675. “ ications are invited for the | abutti 1 bound! n lands © : , if ;
(B'dos) Ltd. Phone 4675. 27.8.50--]n co eek Assigtant Town Engineer jemes “Murray. ch lands. of Blancs Staft. All types of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous ELEC- |
to the Borough of San Fernando, | Gr°ive"%aet onthe ‘public. road. called FRODES available ex stock.

Trinidad, B.W.1. y Ros y Ise the si but
Applicants Who must be over the| sna bound together. with the dwelling- “BRITISH OXYGEN’ WELDING AND CUTTING
¢ age of 21, must be possessed of a] Rouse and all and sinwulet one, att atid _ EQUIPMENT :
egree or diploma in Civil and/or] parcel of Jand erected and built stand- | We invite you to inspect our stock of standard items.
from aling and being with the appurtenances *

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Municipal Engineering
recognised University.
The salary of the post. which is

and
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if not then sold the said property

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aniQurtkinhas nearly 60 milion tiny seame [Temporary War "Allowance of | aise ‘#04 yet his, 10 iy Ga
Pibte itching. Crlcking, Sa peromne see $288. 00 per annum. : Acts. Clerk of te pacent Court | WE have now in stock STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS PLIED BY
urning, Acne, Ringworm, Psoriasis. e applicant will be required ppe 25,8.50.—3n. | and are fully equipped to handle fabrications to your SUP

Blackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and other

blemishes, Ordinary treatments give only

to provide his own car for which
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temporary relief because they do aot kill i i
the germ cause. The new discov Nixo. |Per annum is provided. ‘ || i
derm kills the germs in 7 sniguten seam te _ Passage to Trinidad will be pro- NEEDS SN NnOLE ‘i "
Ser ato dae te ne talk ce CE Te cake me con, ott, SMOG smerraay || The BARBADOS FOUNDRY Lui. LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING +
ack on return of empty packa e. Get pp ic aren closing copies 0: Representing
guarant--7? Nixoderm fr- your Shamiat ee wee ea of ay Confederation Life Association White Park Road, St. Michael. %
eo % today and re- |references s be addressed to o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD., } lie Ee 2, ¢
Nis. oderr - movethereal (the Town Clerk, San Fernando, PRIDGETOWY BARBADOS, Dial: 4546 or 4650. %
For Skin Troubics oues of ame Trinidad, B.W.I.. and close on 15th ny ¢
| October, 1950. a 6565 GG COSOOO GOEL 00 DODO SO DIOS GOOOV OOOOH OO OOO











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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,” 1956











Here Too The Reds:

PAGE EIGHT
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From Page 4

World Heavyweight
I ta, 22 Trade Winds!

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Title I ight Tonight tne man wh arganised ih fon | cai

in Hyderabad’s rural Telengan,



NOTICE

Police Annual
Dance

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if SRA VIBW GUEST
i HOUSE

HASTINGS, BARBADGS
EXCELLENT CUISINE






@ Alka-Seltzer gives

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area. ° .
. : y 2 Here, the Communists suecess- Midnight Moon! 7 ‘wit he held at et ns poner , RATES: $5.00 per Day &
Can Louis Beat Charles é fully expioited the Indian Gov- : comforts of bois. Take } upwards
jernment’s difficulties with th : THE DRILL HALL ing Alkca- Boltner. (nelusive)
autonomy-bent Nizam of Hydera- await you at Garrison

e it h 5 \ Apply

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 ; |
vrs W. 8 HOWL.





‘ ‘ bad ae
Joe Louis, and Ezzard Charles have completed serious train As the Nizam’s ‘troops fed the annual Thursday stn — mate
ing for tomorrow’s 15-round World Heavyweight Cham-| before the invading Indian Army, 1950 , ae |
peasant guerrillas seized the arms \| > as Se ate a

pionship fight at the Yankee Stadium here.
" ADMISSION — — 2/6

MUSIC: By the Police Band

lof the fleeing soldiers and took
Both slammed their sparring control of Telengan, a desolate
partners during their final four | agricultural and jungle area

POPPY







































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round training bouts yesterday jroughly the size of Wales, Orchestra under the direc-
and both expressed their confi- | For two years they ruled the tion of Capt. C. E. Raison,
dence in vietors country with a characteristic com- A.R.C.M., M.B.E.

I expect to v by a knockout bination of demagogue agitation|
somewhere before the end ef the land terror, and 3,500 people were op
15th round” said Louis. “But I killed in that time 0999999999599 999SS"
wont try to cail the round | The expedition, however, this N Ss d ss >

The 36-year old “Brown year by the Indian Army and ext aturday Night % LEBANON FORESTERS
Bomber” ho he the world en force has put an end 1 S 301! h s A i 3
crown for neat ° vears befote the Communist regime in all but Sept. 50th at the x ni ary Se °
‘retiring” in M 1 last year has the most outlying jungle districts ; vers rvice
impressed crit I slosir here x ont stone ane members ot

pressed itl in ft ine * 4 ourt Conra eeves 12 request %
workout aving aken off the Other Fronts .. . | CRANE HOTEL M ihe wisesure ot your counpany %

} { ne . + o i ir jer-
cold whieh slowed him visibly last Four other main Communist e sury Fee os Tne a. ¥
week , fronts all show the Communist % Cay Ist October 1950 at the %

Charles, a 29-year old sharp-] decline—in industrial CALCUTTA By kind permission of Col. Michelin pene ae oa % 7 T N
hooter from Cincinnati remaines where an attempt to organise # x Members of Kindred Codes % RAYON SA 1
calmly certuin that he possessed strike failed, in MADRAS arc XM ang friends are respectiully ¥
the instruments needed to cut TRAVANCORE, where rural ter THE POLICE BAND ORCHESTRA & asked to attend x In Pink, Blue, Flesh
down the former champion. | = rorist strongholds have likewise am M Hymn Books will be % " mtahe aud ‘White. |

The N.B:A. recognised World been wiped out, in BOMBAY Under the direction | , %

Champion said {will knock out} yo y . , where Socialists have successfull; PROSE LOLOL. ;

Louis to prove that a man can't] 7: a ee a Pass. Chempion, | prevented Communists from tak of Capt. Raison 86 in wide. :
lend me his tithe and hope to take ;ing over their now month-old Per Yd. ' . t
it baek,” ts beat Big Joe for an awful long} Strike in the textile mills Dancing from 9 to 2 a.m .

Charles “insists that the bie] lime. There are a number of different 8 oe :
welght difference will net trouble die was in Max Baers corner] reasons why Communists in India ; . — rininaipeiesiegenipiitlitiniae ius ci ¢
him. The prospects are that Louis} when the clown prince of the ring} are not yet having the succes Proceeds in aid of St. Philip's Cranch of the Poppy League. Admission 91.00 Sie ati aretene
will seale 217 pounds at his noor tangled with Louis Wlaxie was| their comrades have had i cr untets Dance of the eee) as J 1 , ‘EY

eighing at Madiso, |] ®"ecked out He was working! neighbouring couniries as Chin My ep Schoo! Old Boys’ hasooiatian i «N Z ( ‘
Square Garde ome 15 pound orn r Jim Braddock. Jim was| [ndo-China, Burma, and Malaya r \ ed reeninaed tet the Dance will

» . a 7 2 piene on e nro ake jace 1 the Combermere
heavier than hen he was at hi necked out, He sweated for The principal factors are:— ! Hell og ina Se ee .
peak, Charles is expected to | a Sharkey Jack was knocked Ri ye with my iene Gyan ING SEPT 29 i} 0G be Frisay. Sept. 29th; at An assortment of pretty
avewad 183 pounds Lib, So were Natie Mann, Ai} Chand, the emotions cf the India: | . s : ° ) PERCY GREEN’s 01

“lm used to fighting bigg McCoy, lou Nova, Buddy Baer,} Masses are to-day concentrated | OPEN : th & Continuing i} chestra will be suppl ‘ing the dosigus. 36 i
men” id Charles, “I was fighting ohnny Paychek, John WNenry| primarily on the religicus an Y If You Love .... Or Have Ever Loved . ... Here is the ( Be id - eh ene :

1 al 5. as > . - . - . nae a pholars: Minds. #
heavyweight hen Vr: ake wis and Paolino Uzcudun communal feud with the Moslem | Most Tender Love Story Ever Told... { pood time gy cope Siaggr oes ‘oda fiw VYare s
middieweight and 1 have knocke: | Ray was certainly a glutton for| which partition, and the troubles | 4 a ; 9 a ; \§ Combermerians and their friends.

Sisk ash hear les ; Louis. Jt ther people’s punishment, but arising out of it, have pushed into aac se I aa y 27.9.50-—3n

will certainly know he’s beer hit ayvthoritatively deny the stute=\ the forefront. ) aes

Charles plans to spend tonigh | © yar bought a. wheel Every time I talked about Com-
at a local hotel, but Louis will ¢ arrow to save himself from|munists with Indians, I found ~
straight from his training camp a | ere se ponderous weights.| conversation turning sooner
Pompton, Caltes) Meee Worle ; Arcel has, in fact, said that e| later to the “outrage” of Kashynvr PLACE YOUR BET ”
wetmli i 4 is very confident about this figit | and the “treacherous betrayal” { ON A SURE

. . 4 * ecause he believes that Charles| India by Britain, the United 1 2

Gene Backs eet ut has the equipment to beat Louis | States, and U.N.O. in favour | ENTERTAINMENT 10, 1 9 1 & 13 BROAD STREET

Gene Tunney who retired Ul | id just like to know wno guvc| the “dastardly aggressor Pakistan.”



WINNER !
THE

BEST

defeated heavyweight seme Ezzard a tommy-gun, Communists are unable to come

of the World in 1928 anid = - The Old Jake in on this because their avowed

that he thought Joe ee rae But if Arcel is quietly confident, | â„¢aterialism bars the way to their

win the fight carts, five rou “2 Charles’s manager, Jake Mintz, is taking sides in a dispute fun-
“If Jack Dempsey is not oa 1is old maniacal self. damentally religious







. eyer lived ¢ :
eres mg ogg tonite ie The other day, when he was car- 2. Although the British In-
said nney, to think that}'YiM8 On like an angry Romen telligence Service burned all its
There is no réason S candle, someone suggested that he | les and dossiers before handing f

because Louis is 86 he has noty nig sit down, “How ca 9 | over to the Indians in 1947, the

the skill and power he had when) ied Jake “T can’t stand if al Indian Secret Service, headed by }

he retired. down.” a British-trained chief, has suc- F
} Plans have already been tenta- ceeded in penetrating the Com-!

tively made for Louis to defend |â„¢unist Party so completely the at |

—Reuter.



Louis Also lights
His Waistline

By PETER WILSON
NEW YORK.
You get some idea of the differ-

ence petween Aznerican and |

British boxing “when you learn
that the television rights for the
Joe Louis—Ezzard Charles fight



at the Yankee Stadium tonight
have been sold to a beer firm for

the equivalent of £71,428.
Otherwise the situation seems
very much the Same as in Britain,
with lots of critics delivering
more telling blows than some ot

we fighters. .
Not long ago they had the film
“Mighty Joe Young,” and now

they are saying that they should

have had Louis starring in it and

renamed it “Mighty Joe Old.”
‘Battle of Bulge’

They used to refer to a world

heavyweight title fight as the

“Battle of the Century.” But
youngsters are referring to Joe's

efforts*to get himself into shape

as the “Battle of the Bulge.”

They have got some ammuni-
tion for their cracks, because

his old camp in Pompton Lakes,
New Jersey, he tipped the beam

—and nearly broke the scales—

at 16st, 8lb.

Moreover, his trainer, Mannie
Seamon, doesn’t expect that he
will get much more than a pound

or so off,

As they almost have to weigh
Charles in diver’s lead-soled boots
to get him to register over 13st.,



he title, which he is expected to
win back, in February, Suggested
oppenent is Rock Marciano—who
s nothing more than a good novice
~and that is assuming that he is

| good,

Then, next June, the Brown
Bomber would go in with Lee
Savold in an effort finally to clear
up the heavyweight mess.

Incidentally, Savold iands at
New York to-day, and Jack So'o-
mons is expected any day to see
ig he can arrange a Louis-Savold
or Charles-Savold fight for the
Festival of Britain next summer.

From where I sit, it would be
ensier to arrange the Festival of
Britain,

—L.E.S.

"CLASS" HORSE WON

DONCASTER, England.

Jim Ryan, American racehorse
trainer, hushed sale-ring chatter
at the Deneaster Yearling Sales
by bidding $29,400 for a full
brother to the champion, Musi-
dora,

The reason for Ryan’s raid on
the sale paddocks was fairly ob-
vious. The colt he bought is by
Masrullah (now in America and

much admired), sire of Noor,

had a good boost in Britain this
year by William Woodward's
Prince Simon and by another US.,
wner, Mrs, J. F. C. Bryce, whose











it has tabs on all its more!
important activities, |

When Russia was attacked
by the Germans in 1941 they
called on all Indians to suppori

the sympathy of Indian Nation-
alists.

Indian Nationalists now refus:
to take the Communists seriously
as an Indian party.

4. The policy of bomb-throw.
ing and mob violence that the
Communists practised in Calcutta
and other cities during 1947 and
1948 has boomeranged against
them with the public. They have
been forced to abandon it.

5. The mobilisation of the
peasants against the middle-class
Congress is unpromising at present
because:—

(a) India’s peasants, like agri-
culturists the world over, greatly
bettered their standard of living
during the period 1939—47.

(b) The land distribu¥on policy
of Congress is beating the Com-
munists at their own game ol
offering the have-nots the propert.
of the haves,

(c) The Indian peasants, while
better off than they were, have
not been ruined by an ambition
to form a revolutionary pressure
group. So far there are not even
any signs that they will use nex!
year’s first universal suffrag:
elections to clamour for more.

But the revolutionary point ma)
soon be reached. When it comes

champion two-year-old Big Dip-| it will give the Communists their

ver, is certain to be the winter

first big chance,

favourite for the 1951 Epsom Der- 6. Most important of all

oy.
Mrs. Bryce contradicted re-

that Congress, influenced by the
| conservative Home Secretai’

ports from New York that Ameri-| Sardar Patel, is determined no

the war effort. Thereby they lost|

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W e d a r m .1 %  y Srplrmbrr 27 1JI Bartetiwisi Buocate SEOUL RECAPTURED BY U.N. TROOPS 80 Miners Die, Trapped By Flame And Smoke CKESSWELL, Derbyshire. Sept. 26. £1UHTY MINERS died here today in a blaring hell almost 1,000 feet underground. A hundred others gasping and choking stag gered to safety, some of them crawling the last few hundred yards on their hands and knees. The fire started early today on a conveyor belt in Cresswell colliery while 180 men of the nlghtshift were underground. Fanned hy ar .lirflow the dimes clutched the Uml aupporu. then roared along the min* amid dtnu clouds of • lli.ik,one c>r the I no who esc :ped said: — • Al i.i si m lit, UM it %  * Mil %  a inii.ll lire, but men II 1 1/" .ill „ i in i' ii '" r ,hn| ••• "oi %  Vlllf'flt lor lately. Tlue who latgw be*•"*'-'*; % % %  %  Hind crawling on their knee, nn.l I choKina wllti tlia I IIIIU Krabbcd by other men and pulled I.long. It w.i, u race uplnit limp We thought the road would never end." The 00 men who pa TBHEE-MAX TEST TEAM Missing In PlaneCrash TOKYO. Sept 20 One person was killed and 1? wan missing when n Douglas Slcvmaster 'plane with 41 people .n bonrd crashed into the • neat the air base in South Japan this TI ominj Japanese fishing boats picked up S8 survivors from life rails. Some were seriously injured Among known survivors were 2ft passengers, two of the .jew rind one nurse. All oi the passenger-* were believed to be United Nations forces The transport crashed Into the sea about half a mile from the point of take off. The cause of the disaster was being investigated. The announcement on the crash thi mornim; withheld the name* of the 33 passengers, the four of the crew, the two of the medical 'faff and the two nurses involved until their next of kin could be Informed. U.S. Order* Flood German Market BONN, Sept. 26 German heavy industry is swamped with American orders, a West German Economic Official said to-day. Rails, tubes and steel plate for the motorcar industry are especially in demand. The British High Commission's monthly report attributes the orders to capacity working in many branches of the American heavy industry. West German exports should total 200.000.000 dollars monthly by the end of this yenr it forecasts. July exports were a postwar record total of 8l72.2fW.aot) working near where the started. They were trapped immediately by a wall of flame gad smoke. It was Britain's second big pit accident this month On September 7. a field at New Cum mock in Scotland caved .i and entombed 12fl coal miner working below. After one of the gic..:. effort* in coal-mining instoi v n were rescued but 13 oUufn died Thousands of rescue volunteers flocked to Cresswt-II tudiiv ar,. Collier) %  jagan went oil Rescue squads went underground with nrelighl'nK appbance One man staggering to (lie *m face scorched and blackened gasped. "It is helt down belo* We can't get near them Anxious I ainiiit v Wail As men and uonwi (iilad aandbags for the lire-fighter* below. the tffvea .md tlUKiien of the trapped men waited at Uv ptthead /ornews They rushed to tfad notice board as official bulletin:, were Issued. Then efu-t all hope was Anally abandoned A conference between mine officials, representative .,f |iv miners, and pit inspectors decided that there was nn poiaablllt) any of the trapped man being alive Sobbing women were helper, away as a statement wnt. issued saying that no other count remained but to seal off thi purl of the coll'ery The fire broke out early In the morning while the night shift was HI ill on duty. All available rescue teams were tailed out and ambulance ware rushed from nctghhourinr. townScorched and blackened volunteers who went below to fight the lire staggered back saying: "It is hell down below." The decision to aaal the pit ulM) prevent the fire from spread ma was taken after the management. • On Page 1. AFTER BLOODY STREET Viennese FIGHTING Protest i\<*w Wages VIENNA, Sept 26 : .-.iiK.-imarch in, on the Fvdcrnl CtUUBDeUori t.~l.. lashed with pobce who I "hiew cot dons around Centra Vlrnrui Eight AuMrian policenien an I", iL-iitu sir..!.., %  \,ci, inn) The •>jean atari •> %  ""' Ptopoa ed new wages an %  .n the> j,.d would ii. %  Loi ran hmm ana* in i ontrolh brought in work. ed flags and banner > hungci end B] t'l Vll.ll Tl to compfU In Willougbby and Hsrold CortHii Anglo-U.S. Radio Crack ifssf Han ON NEWS BULLETINS I.' 'MX )N --cj %  2>> The Brlttati Brnaawaating Corporhtu.il today • %  .. %  HUM thai the BBC and the Voice ol A.: on, ., QM ... -.ed" the Ru*M.Ol block* %  i. bulletins In it* annual e i • da) the i oi|...i.,r. n ,.„,a [h..t hile they BUintuinad < grammes, the HBC Hal the VMM f Amen-ekoa rac hours of onccrted altai k fm c,. Both systems then beamed on Russia using an aggregate of between 50 and e.*> milters in the United Kingdom Jiew Yuc*. C-l.f,rm.'. Honolulu, Manila. Singapore and Munich The report declared that by the second half of February. 1930, a keen listener could by changing frequence obtain reception of the Bulk of the BBC's Russian I rii n&m i &si ona*'. The cost of overseas service rose In m C2.863.248 in 1948 at a stroke to £4.220.553 in the year ending March 31, 1940. — Reeler ilarltd ill** 111, Triuui Tem-1,1 i i %  %  1 tfgni LA %  %  mat Trefgarne Resigns From C.D.C. Ogmore May Succeed (Kioin Our Own < nrrespondeiil) LONDON. S. ; I <>Hi) 08MORE la Iht %  Whitehall Up" tg succeed Lor '] refgarnat who has rastgned from ihr Chairmanship .if thi> Cclonial Development Corporation .,. %  ;,.. i^, n donors Diary In tonight*! Kienina Standaril. AdxM-uU'Hurricuiio (!" %  •* RHief Fund For Antigua vadon imd If i".its from the Chni : Hie ,ity which i> %  in Vienna, sal : atora ware metUp .'...> ihli fftgfVM i %  spraad thrnuahout itv ounfn %  "I' ranorlasl rroi i II I riaa In MM RuaNan tone an pro) si letegr-phs weiv sent froi Ste>er in the Ainei lean /on Ihreateiilng tiial workt-i lake action** ( f u.c Cablnai am thmad the new wag** and price. fatal Ogmore need t %  IMli-v. -William-. Socialist M I' ... ml I'nrtei -ftecrataiy. "JAMAICA WAS FIRST LONDOh Besl .' ii ,M H Jaaaf|aa, the ship tiu i i.i i svaj in-i.-Mii 11 Indies i in,.' n H i raa In ii.,i D Kvi U Uii i I HI i ..•( %  ....( m in. .LI .MI cam iBIgll. Aaauj JO, nii Bmihii ahaB |i (Elect II ToOaero Co 82 KILLED IN CLOUDBURST CASABLANCA, Sept. 26 A cloudburst over French Morocco last niiht killed al least 82 people. Villagers were today digging bodies out of heaps of mud and gravel swept down from the mountains by .-wolleti streams. It was feared that the number of dea'hs would pa** Uic r Telephone Girls Smuggle 8100,000 FLORIDA, Sept. 26. Girls working in the telephone company's counting room here stole more than SICW.OOO in two years by concealing money In their brassieres, police reported. Six pretty employees here are said to have smuggled phone booth collections out of the building sometimes carrying as many as four rolls of 25 cent coins. Fourteen persons were rounded up after police found suit-cases stuffed with coins and currency totalling nearly 55.000 in a motor car at the home of one of the employees—(Renter ) Bishop Supports Communist Faculty PRAGUE. Sept 26 Monsignor Picha. Roman Catholic Bishop of Hradec Kralove hitherto regarded ar firmly opposed to the Communist regime has come out in favour of the Faculty of Theology recently set up in Prague by the Government to take the place of the Diocesan eeminaries closed hy Governmental decree. In i letter published to-day bathe newspaper Lldn* fhusw>r.wi+ Of urged clergymen of his diocese to attend courses at the new theological faculty In Prague —Renter. flood" in one district, and another m-n was kiUad b> h:iHstoues. At Medina, s fortified quarter of Tei. many tourists saw more than i no ua aa collapse as water undermmeH Their foundations. Twelve .nd alongside the BMUksfftl On the south side of the Atlas hiountahu the river wklened u half a male and rut roads leading "... M irlayi h ;• %  "* other towns A" Safrau < ul of i' v gushed down the usually dri rival bed on the banks of Whh I d Arab ouartars are bmit ater uiida^mined earth-built huts and many collapsed burying pr djowning inhabitants. Sirimeiana .ivilii..n worked nil through the night trying t > :.ve (u-uplc swept tway or strondod bf the Rood Water rushing dnwn Id if the Arab and Jewish quartan made chai %  ird IP Rescue work wet hampei •lo.incity failure caund bv the writing of dam* Man\ n.'.rre casualties were •*pectefi in the area arpunal ftef Bethel HeprcscnU Burhudos At Empire Conference AT a BMMUng In UM lobby oi • Housi %  BP a Jtrntf Oimmlttee of t>o*" Houses .>i Hio Learjsl' TEC. Junior Member (or SI John, was apB irbadce at 1 Kni|i re Parllamai i %  • ... Mi <. H. Adami iled by tl go as the ; : nice fOUl UN Hip and Mr Bathaf has been appointed in hi' Mr Bttlgal a ap ac ti to leave IS b] r.WI.A. for Curacao via Trinidad and will ttien tmvol out to New Zc-iland B] British Take Over Red 1 Headquarters DUSSELDOHK. i sepl. 26 Hritish BUtnOlitles | t|uilioned Ihe modern live storey | Headquarters of Ihe West German | < nmmuntat parly which moved n.-.e leccnt!. lion, Ki.mkluil The rei ow that he has resigned from' • le C m' Lori ., K Jal> I, %  fitfa hi i MM (HV. ktUrk Sv Juarn cm |n %  ..• gsoat oi I anei g> to tne %  tool in.iiiiif.ii tin ing i % %  in I . i. %  rns. f III! ..1 Six E boats attack* I credit > Jamalra's guns Tha Januit. :. rib Kurei .1 .., war, i iiii iiujHHean. look ;...it III ihe nisi i omU i I riouth Korea ii Chunonjun Jalj o.i %  i %  % %  I.i lag HI in in by ..i .,, • n ml n >i TOK**o Ii I VEOUL the South Korean capita 1 Lftd fallen Lo the United Nations troops aftci 'i'l noura of bloody street fighting, General Ma I nounced today. The Communique said "Liberauon ol was conducted in such a manner as uauu tne least possible danger to the civil ; General MacArthur in a personally munique isaued at 2.10 p.m. local ime today snid Seoul "is again in friendly hands". United Nations troopi I piotiNi tha ure of the city, Oenaral Mac Arthur *ald American .inri S.mlh Kmii l %  UB %  i con m" in h \n. %  in s. .. Coinmai ,t defeni %  he Bautheaal wMk Maj %  fi.i %  UnHed Na ad Ihrown %  i X nit 1,000 iI .. louae, .iti.i whlb U tiis 1 puUad "Hi lemm troop incina i I %  %  oh. ..i ihi i*. ... omen Thaa were h Ul .... It was . il.-..I betll< %  vi, on<' %  !< '" Marim thi Md Bhrlli ind ai tht centre "i r i Ml ied up the und l U.S. Will Stffrl Talks To End Korean War %  %  •I i, ... %  ni of tlv i %  %  %  og of tha k lagaUor %  li was %  aid b thi rapldl) developing military it K .M .i In favoui ol ti . N | —Beater fharll> 190 Refuge !" Arrive At H.G. •" > •hootiri "jAuaiU displacing M tin. u nived at H i 180 *u.i >,H. %  Ju-n.Us ..,,!.,,u MitfU' -I ..... ., Hei tan u i '..liing itput in nt li" ; %  i .itennfc fruio Q | iosplt:.li/ed The tefiig-'.-s ahtaed left Spain tired of the < where there were low v. uiUfllcient loo-l lattw in Venazueli. ARTIE'S HEADLINE \lt.l if %  I et %  on w/r *<,t > nor get ,. real Ii i %  %  KHl-lfl M.I' "" When ihe Amancui Hag hip Irawn, ths Jaesaiea ba%  I'.. IttStl lop Ul i land .i mixed Brltlah si % % %  JMI* I, Tl p Of any l.i.l! hi 'l.lt.-l ol ihaUi .. i an 'i II eel, killing MIX and n %  >etutma*i*; .M; .in ( id .irii" enemy mines off Korea September H \m It. mM in Ihe bai dmanl i pre* A '"i •"' npmrUrig tinilrsi %  li na ..i ti„. \. ( .i ^rplriiilier If, ..I IfMhOfl WW .HI. iiut'onalit) to m mi aajtreft. sulletFata %  .i nlnoi %  %  1 ii II Jaaiak* I... : %  II.'. : ii .mi %  rad "> %  i I. :ii.-IK ,ut.i IJB0 luur-inch. Writing from Tokyo, lha lall . \arew W.H Oorraaoondanl Oasdeworth aayi Baal tin I mslra men Imvr .,i,. %  hall Karaan campalao %  id fl i hip lha era m all "Twa ii • to i Gomms . io tin pif.is.Hit watan mid W* i Indies slahon M MS. I —g-e wai Uu' Yriiigtsc battU Uu laaaafcrs I u II oritrred %  i %  irdi laavlns w i | %  ihrea dayi I ,.r, due li ion I I dfasjgagaaj i Waat 1 %  ip lo ^^ght NATIONALISATION" KKKi.lN Si|>! ^ii . %  i 'lay M'I/.I %  i tmuntf, on uu' %  Berlin Press repoi k* .mmuniH sources back ed up this statement Malik's Peace Talk Is Propaganda Says American Delegate To U.IV. 8 DROWNED AS BARGE OVERTURNS RIO DE JANEIRO. S Eight people an al-out 2*1 missing when barg-ed tndav in the IV-C River, be Iween the totma Of Porto Nnv. and Santa Ana the canti of Mines Geraes —Beater. Bv MM IHI! KRY I LUSHING MEADOWS KespooMbl* Deiegatrs herv feel that the lime has passed lOT top level meetlng.between I men. This wai | Delegate Jakob Malik's intimation that he e/DUl % %  %  I'nion |a %  In Vaahjncto %  i iikesiuan Uno %  aid that Mai %  French diplomatic circles also %  M be *olved bi %  I %  TTnltcd SIT... S i,d Russia. The of %  . ad too paio. %  propaganda. All thi Peace Commilti Rental ., % %  oaganda and %  %  te hare %  %  %  %  ...i Dawn angln Malik'rnittee's as an aid i ^1 gular i, n t to ,in start %  many and the Austrian rrCaty. After that wc %  %  ahay are" oa Jacob Malik's / rraneh OAViaJ nusrters n I'jn .xpr n sad the I %  .. ; %  || iitn 11 n an In thg %  I %  <-nca itic quartan In London %  d by Malik'statement OfTirial* in London ;ire not disposed to baUl latement Impli change in Soviet Policy —R eater i tha i. i Laal mull' with io. u h loughl %  1 hiU. i up tinivaj (of lha i na On thi' I '.'inmiini I died hard i the hub ol atwora I! wu lha < on mui %  ...del Baa i oraa sn %  on .i< i %  ion of I,SO "i in, rios I i . %  i %  4 I' %  as like .i %  III III! ind %  I %  Win, the captu iico Nation r Baoul Uv K. raa r %  north and soulri last lap A.IH laal • apart mid still moving One column m %  'Kan and %  %  I %  "box" hai Till' 'li.' %  %  %  I r'.lllil -t An A Hi armi ( in inn' ing bnIhaa wi 1 %  sen ( hoi %  %  %  i in.) ih. 1 l.r.H.tiiui l)t inaiid\ ll-ariiir In [ .Y %  %  .it. ii %  %  -Maaiar Spanish Leader Arrives Al Oporto % %  1 %  i %  i' 11 %  %  MinuRei i Paul %  %  he last (I li %  Max GLEAMEVG GLAMOUR ut BVerj liini in VOUT liouio . hy II\U,L: Johnson's Wax Nn mjticr when and where *ou I >X'jxvd I ..>u'il lind AOI : lurmiutchfighiandgiv tthii\ rli MCrOI } John-on'. U a i i blend of wiural t-u*. wtrn.li ghfa a hard weiring surface jiiJ .i Ion.; Ifafjllfl -mi leave no ajaca — Just .Jimot .linK to the dry smooth fftt lilin. Buy Juhnwn'> wai today. • A/so use CLO-COAT se/f-polish(ng WAX on your (too.




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Wedmesday

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80 Miners Die,
Trapped By Flame

And Smoke

CRESSWELL, Derbyshire, Sept. 26.

EiGHTY MINERS died here today in a blazing
hell almost 1,000 feet underground.

A hundred others gasping and choking stag-
gered to safety, some of them crawling the last
few hundred yards on their hands and knees.
The fire started early today on a conveyor belt in
Cresswell colliery while 180 men of the nightshift

&





‘THREE-MAN TEST TEAM

AFTER BLOODY STREET



were underground.

Fanned by an airflow the fils

ames clutched the timber roo

supports, then roared along the mine amid dense clouds of

smoke,
One of the 100 who esezped

1 Killed; 12
Missing In |
pod

TOKYO, Sept. 26.
One person was killed and 12
were missing when a Douglas Sky-
master *plane with 41 people on
board crashed into the sea near
the air base in South Japan this
morning.

Japanese fishing boats picked up
28 survivors from life rafts. Some
were seriously injured.

Among known survivors were 25
passengers, two of the crew and
one nurse. All of the prone
were believed to be United
Nations forces.

The transport erashed into the
sea about half a mile from the
point of take off.

The cause of the disaster was
being investigated.

The announcement on the crash
this morning withheld the names
of the 33 passengers, the four of
the crew, the two of the medical
staff and the two nurses involved
until their next of kin could be

informed. é
—Reuter.



U.S. Orders Flood
German Market

BONN, Sept. 26

German heavy industry is
swamped with American orders, a
West German Economic Official
said to-day.

Rails, tubes and steel plate for
the motorcar industry are espec-
ially in demand.

The British High Commission’s
monthly report attributes “the
orders to capacity working in
many branches of the American
heavy industry.

West German exports should
tota} 200,000,000 dollars monthly
by the end of this year it foreeasts.

July exports were a_ postwar
record total of $172,200,000.

—Reuter,

A cloudburst over French
least 82 people.

said:

“At first we thought it was just
a small fire, but then it became
clear that we would have to rust
for safety. Those who lagged be-
hind crawling on their knees and
choking with the tume “
grabbed by other men and pulled
along. It was a race against time.
We thought the road would never
end.”

The 8) men who perished were
working near where the fire
Started, They were trapped im-
mediately by a wall of flame and
smoke. It was Britain’s second
big pit accident this month.

On September 7, a field at New
Cummock in Scotland caved ‘n
and entombed 129 coal miners
working below.

After one of the greatest rescue
efforts in coal-mining history 116
were rescued but 13 others died

Thousands of rescue volunteers
flocked to Cresswell today as the
colliery alarm went off.

Rescue squads went
ground with firefighting
ances.

One man stomgoring to the sur-
face scorched and blackened gasp-
ed: “It is heli down below. We
can’t get near them.”

Anxious Families Wait
As men and women filled sand-
} for the fire-fighters below,
the wives and children of the
trapped men waited at the pithead

ews.
ley rushéd to” the ‘colliery
notice board as ial bulletins
were issued. Then after nine hours
all hope was finally abandoned.

A conference between mine
officials, representatives of the
miners, and pit inspectors decided
that there was no possibility of
any of the trapped men being alive

Sobbing women were helped
away as a statement was issued
saying that no other course re-
mained but to seal off the burnin |
part of the colliery.

The fire broke out early in the
morning while the night shift was
still on duty.

All available rescue teams were
called out and ambulances were
rushed from neighbouring towns.

Scorched and blackened volun-
teers who went below to fight “atl

under-
appli-



fire staggered back saying: ‘It
is hell down below.”

The decision to seal the pit and
prevent the fire from spread’ng
was taken after the management,

@ On Page 3.

82 KILLED IN
CLOUDBURST

CASABLANCA, Sept. 26.
Morocco last night killed at

Villagers were today digging bodies out of heaps of mud
and gravel swept down from the mountains by swollen

streams. It was feared that

the number of deaths would

pass 100 when the count was complete.
Hundreds of cattle were washed away and crops were in-

undated.

Telephone Girls
Smuggle $100,000

FLORIDA, Sept. 26.

Girls working in the telephone
company’s counting room here
stole more than $100,000 in two
years by concealing money in
their brassieres, police reported.

Six pretty employees here are
said to have smuggled phone booth
collections out of the building
sometimes carrying aS many as
four rolls of 25 cent coins.

Fourteen persons were rounded
up after police found suit-cases
stuffed with coins and currency
totalling nearly $5,000 in a motor
ear at the home of one of the
employees.—( Reuter. )



Bishop Supports

Communist Faculty

PRAGUE, Sept, 26

Monsignor Picha, Roman
Catholic Bishop of Hradec Kralove
hitherto regarded as firmly
opposed to the Communist regime
has come out in favour of the
Faculty of Theology recently set
up in Prague by the Government
to take the place of the Diocesan
seminaries closed by Govern-
mental decree.

In a letter published to-day by
the newspaper Lidova Demokracie
the Bishop urged clergymen of his
dic to attend courses at the
new theological faculty in Prague

——Reuter.







A little shepherdess and her 43
sheep were swept away,. bythe
flood in one district, and another
man was killed by hailstones,

at Medina, a fortified quarter of
Fez, many tourists saw more than
70 houses collapse as water under-

mined their foundations. Twelve
bodies were found alongside the
ramvarts

On the south side of the Atlas
Mountains the river widened to
half a mide and cut roads leading
to Marlaych and other towns

At Sefrou, east of Fez a torrent
gushed down the usually dry river
bed on the banks of which Jewish

d Arab guarters are built

ater undermined — earth-built
huts and many collapsed burying
or drowning inhabitants.

Soldiers and civilians worked
all through the night trying to
save people swept away or strand-
ed by the flood.

Water rushing down the streets
of the Arab and Jewish quarters
made channels two yards deep
Rescue work was hampered by an
electricity failure caused by
bursting of dams

Many more casualties were ex-
pected in the area around Sefrow

—Reuter.



8 DROWNED AS BARGE
OVERTURNS

RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 26

Eight people were dro\
about 20 missing when
full of Catholic pilgrims ov
ed today in the Doce River,
tween the towns of Porto
and Santa Ana the central state
of Minas Geraes



ned and
barg<
urnh-
be
Nove



—Reuter







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This three-man B

to compete in t} B.WI. Table Tennis Tourna ment
Willoughby and Harold Corbin.

Anglo-U.S. Radio

| Crack Red Ban
ON NEWS BULLETINS

whado

there,



From.

Table Tonnis Team left the Island las? night by “Lady Neison” for Trinidad
Pal

Trefgarne Resigns

Viennese
Protest
‘N ew Wages

VIENNA, Sept 26
Columns of workers marching
on the Federal Chancellory toda
clashed with police who hurriedly

threw cerdens around Centra
Vienna. J
Fight Austrian policemen an

twe demonstrators were hurt.
The workers were protestin
igainst proposed new wages an
prices which they said would in
rease the cost of living

Lorries from Russian controllé
actories brought in worker
rrving red flags and banners
Lying “We want no hunger
j ‘ and “away with the
| vation pact,”
Reports from the Chancellor
1 of the city which is in th
; in’c national zone of Vienna, sai

’ femonstrators were meltin
mic ly away this afternoon, bu
the >rotert movement was state
to have spread throughout th«
} country

Stikes were reported fror
fact ries in the Russian zone an
protest telegraphs were sent fror
Steyer in the American zon
threatening that workers woul
“take action” if the Cabinet sanc
tioned the new wages and price

Reuter

| “JAMAICA ”’

Wages”



Tt to right Norman Gill, Frank



C.D.C.

LONDON, Sept, 26

The British Broadcasting WAS FIR T
orpeeeien today claimed that ¥
the BBC and the Voice of 0. M " S eed rom our own Correspondent)
America had “cracked” the gmore ay ucc eee
Russian blockade on Radio news LONDON, Sept. 26
bulletins, (From Our Own Correspondent) H.M.S. Jamaica, the ship thi

In its annual report published ent te war instead of cruisin

today the Corporation said that!
while they maintained edited pro-
grammes, the BBC and the Voice
of America chose three hours of
concerted attack for each day.

LORD OGMORE

Russia using an aggregate of be-
tween 50 and 65 shortwave trans-
mitters in the United Kingdom.)
'.. York, California, ..Honabala,!
Manila, Singapore and Munich.”
The report declared that by the
second half of February, 1950, a
‘keen listener could by changing

Advocate Hurricane
Relief Fund
For Antigua

: Amt previously
frequency obtain reception of the ncknowledned ah ak i
Bulk of the BBC’s Russian British American
transmissions”. | Tobaeco Co : 20.09
The cost of overseas service rose Total ait

{rom £2,865,248 in 1948 at a stroke
to £4,220,553 in the year ending
March 31, 1949. —Reuter. |

aon British Take
Over Red
| Headquarters

DUSSELDORF, Sept. 26
British authorities to-day re-
quisitioned the modern five storey
| Headquarters of the West German
Communist party which moved
| here recently from Frankfurt,
The requisitioning was ordered
| by Major General W. S. Bishop
Land Commissioner for Nori
Rhine Westphalia to provide
| quarters for the new British Mili-
tary unit from Britain.
British officials handed over the





i | requisitioning order to the Com-
}munist Party’s Executive Com-
x nittee, 1

gf Communist leaders were given
Â¥ #8 hours in. which to leave the

~~ | building with their staffs.
i The British order said that the

MR. F. E. C. BETHEL, M.C.P. | Communists ,

must leave

snd building equipment where it
(Reuter. )

Bethel Represents
Barbados At
|Empire Conference

AT a meeting in
the House of



190 Refugees
Arrive Alt B.G.

the lobby of |
Assembly yesterday |

for"a “JoINt’ Committee of both

Houses of the Legislature, Mr ee {From Our Own Corresponde

P. E. C. Bethel, MC.P., Junior | GEORGETOWN, B.G., Sept. 26.

Member for St. John, was ap- The Spanish schooner “Jaupita’
pcinted to represent Barbados at} cisplacing 90 tons altived at tt

. port Ge getow Sritict sil
he Empire Parliamentary Con- rt of Georgetown, British (



z 7 with 190 Spanish refuge:

ee pt tt. lace in New| a hoard bound for Vemerucla
ve « : Vv 1 21 . . s

Mr. G. H. Adams who had bee The Juanita's captain, Migu
appointed by this Committee “o Alfonso Hernandéz after 45 day
go as the Barbados delegate, has Sailing from the Canary Islan:
E ia JP es i ir - it 1 . * put in at the port of Georgeto.
since ounc \ nNpossible oO maKke ,

: E for medical aid to one male jas
el aa re Sa has been senger suffering from fever He
apt 2c s place is now hospitalized

Mr. Bethel expects to leave The rifikeds Stated that tix
Barbados on October 13 by] left Spain tired of the condition

B.W.1.A. for Curacao via Trinidad
Jand will then travel out to New

| Zealand by ship

|.

Malik’s Peace Ta

By MICHAEL FRY
I'LUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 26
Responsible United Nations
| Delegates here feel that the time
has passed for top level meeting

where there were low wage
insufficient food They
settle in Venezuela

and
hope





today ce not t solved



tera m between













between FE: and West states- United Stat and Russia
men, This their reacti The « imistance of ft
| Soviet Del Jakob estion i the reply w
intimation th would considered too palpably a
1 meeting betweec leader ged” for most delegation
€ State i € ve it wa more
U t eir r ganda All the answ
nd hely rl ere in Jine with the “Stockh
In Wash Sta Peace Appeal.” They
1ent Spok I coln Whit ympted b the Mary!
that . oe Peace ( f Baltir



: is the “Whitehall tip” to sueceed Lord
T refgarne who has resigned from the Chairmanship of the
Celonial Development Corporation, according to the Lon

doners Diary in tonight’s Evening Standard,
Both systems then beamed on poco

mn their |
printing press and all other office |

Says American Delegate To U.N.

LONDON, Sept. 26.

1e West Indies is making a nam
for itself in Korea as “The Shi;

shat Did Everything First”
Here is her record in the firs
iree months of the Korean cam
paigo:
Lord Ogmore used to .be David dune 30, first British ship t
tees-Williams, Socialist M.P,, and (nter Koreun water

‘Colonial Under-Secretary,
*He ost his seat-in the General

duly 2, with the U.S.S. Junew
enc the frigate Mack Swan, wa

Election last February and be-' i the first surface action of the
ame a Peer in June. war
He rejoined the Government Six E boats attacked and fivi
jes Commonwealth Under-Secre.' Were sunk, three being creditec
jtary—in July to Jamaieca’s guns. The Jamaics
Now Whitehall believe that Mr, ‘00k the first North Korean pris

Attlee will move him again. ners of war

The Chairman of the Colonial! The same with the Junean, took
Development Corporation gets Part in the first kombardment of
ics a South Korea at Chunonjun.
£5,000 a year,
| Lord Ogmore is 46 July 7, first ship of any nation t
| The “Evening Standard” says penetrate the Bambgo curtain by
jnow that he has resigned from! ‘iting cn Communist North Korea

- 3 xj i : he ‘ '
it e C.D.C. Lord Trefgarne will sel nt-inch shell e fired al
j give most of his energy to the | Yongdong
!machine tool manufacturing firm’ When the American flagship
| which he is Chairman | was withdrawn, the Jamaica be-

He is aiso on the Board of other | Came the first British ship to com-
| ndustrial: concerns. mand a mixed British and United

a os tates force
— July 8. The first ship of any

nation to suffer war casualties
° y
U.S. Will Start when a shore battery of shells

} turst on the mast, killing six and
ounding 0
September 7,

Talks To End
Charity ‘was the
Korean War id sist mamae

September 13

with destroyer
first ship to sight
mines off Korea
to 19, was in the



















NEW YORK, Sept. 26 chon bombardment force pre-
‘Lhe United States delegat.on to piring for and supporting the first
hie United Nation reported opposed landing of the war
nformed sources today to hav September 17, at Inchon was
fecided to begin informal talks at t ship of any nationality to
sce) «with «other de egations on ot down enemy aireraft, suffer-
e terms of a settlement of th one fatal and two minor
‘orean war ialties
The sources said: “The decision in this period, the Jamafsea has
o begin talks was taken at a meet teamed 18,000 miles and fired
ng of the American delegation °.500 six-inch shells and 1,000
yesterday.’ our-inech
It was inspired, they said, by Writing from ‘Tokyo, the Daily
the rapidly developing military Express War Correspondent
tuation in Korea in favour of ti ink Goldsworth says that the
United Nations forces. | Jamaica men have one wry com
' —Reuter, (ment on their Korean campaign
} | crd fheirs is a ship thai
| ARTIE’S HEADLINE suldn't he here at all. "Twas
} due to spend a two-year commis
” in the pleasant waters and
rts of the West Indies station
| Then the HLM.LS, London was
maged in the Yangtse battle
{ ‘od the Jamaica was hurriedly
| dered Far Kastwards, leaving
j West Indi base three days
| fore 30 wives were due to join
| eir husbands there,



“NATIONALISATION"

BERLAN, Sept. 26
Hundreds of small and medium-
sized businesses and factories ii



Wir i”





4 East Berlin were yesterday seizec

> end turned into “nationalisec

{ (And tf a certain M.P.'s | people owned concerns”, on the

i wife does not get a neu spot West Berlin Press reportec

| fur coat i1é ts going to be Y li y. Communist sources back-

{ another M.P. casmalty.”’ { ed up this statement.—Reuter. —
Leeeapenyseaysppenee-eranere eeysangunmae ved



lk Is Propaganda

vith Germany and the Austrian










Peace Treaty After that we
hall see how sincere they are”
Agencies including Reuter’s New Commenting on Jacob Malik’s
York office have been flooded tatement, the French Officia)
with propaganda and publicity juarters in Paris expressed the
about the Baltimore delegatior view that Four Power talks o1
United Nations delegates her iscussions in the United Nations
recalled that the Soviet Govern- uld be more in the nature of
ment had been angling for jirect talks than between Russia
op-level meeting for over nd Americ
Car
Malik’s answer the Con Diplor juarters in London]
ttee t ht eer vere ul pressed by Malik’
n old ide ‘ tatement Officials in London}
One Amer lare e believe that
| the t «
i
the ¢ hange in Soviet Policy |

Reuter

SEOUL the South Korean capital jias fallen to

bloody street fighting, General MacArihur
nounced today.

The Communique said:
was conducted in such a manner as to cause ihe
least possible danger to the civil population’,
General MacArthur in a personally signec comm-
munique issued at 2.10 p.m. local time today said
Seoul “is again in friendly hands’’.

United Nations troops had cor on the Communists in southws
pleted the envelopment and sei Korea
ure of the city, General Mac Two columns racing from
Arthur said. north and south to « plete
American and South Korear | jJast lap was last reports .
troops stormed the heart of the|apart and still moving fast
‘apital after Communists had set One column moving southw
up a hard core of su‘cide fight frony Seoul: is somentees sale
“rs” in concrete strongholds Osan and the other brea
Tn the final assault one Amer : ;
"an Seventh Army Div from the old ene
wung behind the main Commy north of Chochiw
st defences and hit them fi Other troop g of
he southeast while Marines wer | “box have ee \
n from the west their position in the
25,000 United Nations treo; The northern. part of
ad thrown a circle around th [has practically folded
ity. South Korean divisic? t
In some places the defence lost contact with retreating
racked but 5,000 fanatical Coa munists
nunists fought from house | An American Eighth Army
1ouse, and white-cloaked “civil spokesman said today the “Com
ans” pulled out tommy guns b! Truynists are running back: Paste
American troops advancing 4’ Tinan we are advancing.” Pilot
ingle pa azing building ainen.that they.cen. fiat sebanien
Phe their last stand ih The American lines north of th
tick conerete buildings in the box w run > past
entre of the city Some of th rom ¢ neju now in the Rand
lefender were half nakec A vvsipioenss Firat Caval:
omen They were hauled ou DAvisi vette ( rede” ane
vith smoking guns in their hand orth tf Yongdok “es ei vee
[t was a bloody battle-—-for bot a
idles ide
Snipers concealed by a pall o , ty nist Wes
oke cut down Marines the wet Oe e British
dvanced Shell ind) = =omortar ee nh action are still fight
imed from the last ditch strong mat the ® slowly bel:
1old in the centre of the cits liminated by encir@ling move
hurned up the frround aroune ent Reuter.
hem. - - oe
Major General Almond, Ameri
anal nth ¢ on Commander, un kk . Ch , D » . .
' Cort . |Ked China Demands
eashed a4 terrifie artittery barrade
m the centre of the cit te . 7
dampon" resistance A Hearing In U.N.
Last night’s sh over Seou
slowed red with roaring fives as |*LOUSHING MEADOWS i
Communists fought to the deat The ¢ nese wunist Gov
They made one of their lasi jernment has cabled the United
stands i a schoo! on’ a 200 foul | Vations dematidiny that 116 repr
hill. entatives be allowed to partici
tanks and flame throwers opén- [pate in the imn diate debate by

«4 up the way for the final attack



\ Price;
FRYE GENTS
O/Wear 55 i
pb 4

a



ae



4,
L ©

FIGHTING

TOKYO, Sept. 2s.

oA
as

hours of
an

the United Nations troops after

“Liberation of the City

yee























the General Assembly on aceiga





Fighters Inid a carpet of bombs, | tions of United States, “invasion

machinegzun bullet and rocket hina’s territerial area

on the Communist But the cits —Reuter

died hard toneesieeetnsincn sonata
Seoul the biggest cit i ‘ ‘

Korea and the hub of a huge com Spanish L ‘ader

munications network It wa :

seized by the Communists on June A . aes A 4

28, three days after th i APPIVEeS 1 t Oporto
ion across the Jbth pura I LISBON 8
Before the war it had a popula A Soden ges” isaaltae wee

tion of 1,500,000 most of then ources Spanish Leader G¢ '

living in square mud huts thatchecl Franco and Portugue

vith rice straw Minister Dr. A io Salazar W]
The centre of the city, however irrive at Oporto tomorr« oO mee
as like a modern western busi-]| the Portuguese Foreign. Minist
ess district with high structu Dr. Paulo Cunha

Now it is gassed and burned b Di Salazar has beer tayla
ar with General Franco in Spain f
With the capture of Seoul the} the Jast few day He travelle

United Nations troops are ex icogn to and no official a unc

pecked to concentrate on closing at \ wo i \

he Jaws of the giant trap closin Reulry

vr

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1950
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j a . , © 8.
weeks and is staying at the Ocean To-Day Only 5 and 8.30

View Hotel

of Mrs.
Street.

ernor of the Windward Islands
with headquarters in Grenada and

K. Richardson of King WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1950 4.30 & 8.30




































Lady Arundell, were intransit Mr. Martin now winding up Ran For 19 Weeks 7 a.m, The New 3.19 pa News Analy. Republic Big Double M-G-M Presents
f *¢ 2 is. 2 m. mposer o > yee
pass@ngers from Dominica on the his tour of the ¢ aribbean in the R AND MRS DONALD! mn From the Editorials. 8.10 a.m. Pro- John Wayne Vera Ralston
“Lady Nelson” yesterday on their interest of his Company HUNTER cahaatiine +4 Trin gramme Parade. & a.m Woek | std ’
y ack, to Gr 4 ‘ okt scl to ni- Worst 9 a.m. Close Down. 12 Noon
Ee eet en voard by qerey werent, Loaves guided, yeerday on. the.“ Aleos Se i, Ee bo, or aaa > “THE SEVENTH
ee eee Saee R IGNATIUS KAWALL, Partner” after spending two weeks) Talk. 1-15. p.1 ysreel. 2
aj “De. is V g > Gov ¥ a ° . 5 p.m. Radio Newsreel. 2 p.m. 1 1
Maj@eeDennis Vaughan, the Gov- Managing Attorney of F. as guests at the Ocean View Hotel.} The News. 3 10 pe. Home News from * THE FIGHTING
erno@eA.D.C. and Private Secre- *Kawall, genera! merchents of General Manager in the Carib- Britain. 2.15 p.m. Sports Review. 3 p.m. ”
tary “BY later paid a call on His tte + 5 . : a > soins From the Promenade Concerts. 4 p.m. RO
me . aE S!@Georgetown, British Guiana, re- bean area for Paramount Pictures,} The News. 410 p.m. The Daily Service. ”
Excellency the Governor and Mrs turned home last night by the Mr. Hunter said that he came over! 4.15 p.m. Music from Grand Hotel, 5 15 KENTUCKIAN
Savagewat Government House “Lady Nelson” after. spending a here principally to sell to} pm. Programme Parade se pm. Cort :
To St. Vincent pboliday here Caribbean Theatres Ltd, “Samsonj for Pleasure. 7 p.m. The News. 7-10 p.m. AND Starring
ON'BLE v. C. GALE, M.L.C. Mr. Kawall arrived here three and Delilah,” which he considered) News Analysis, 8 Pm. Radio Newsrecl
; é a ae y ney” 2 >S ‘eci ille »~ | . . ons eport, é
Mitipging Director of the, Weeks ago on the “Lady Rodney” the biggest Cecil B. de Mille pro-| th eR ogg 5 yt tid ‘Waak Talk. ‘ Spencer Tracy Signe Hasso
“Adyvovate Co,, Ltd., left last nigh ‘from Boston where he had spent duction ever made and which wes| 8.45 p.m. Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From the 6 END OF THE
the-“Lady Nelson” for St ta holiday He was staying at run on Broadway for 19 weeks | Editorials. 9 Dm Musie, From Grand
JVineéat where he will spend a {Crystal Waters, Worthing _ He said that ae picture “ be} pan. fhe News. 10.10 e Interlurle R W ”
cel. AR-Me guest of Mr. Mrs. * shown at the nidgetown azal 10.45 p.m. Balance of Europe. 11 p.m AINBO
C vit seamen r 4 f Will Spend Two Weeks before anywhere else. i From the Third Programme. OLYMPIC
yr ard. \ re . vith
After Three Weeks RS. LEE WESTCOTT whose Enjoying Holiday | w
BR DUDLEY WARDEN, husband is proprietor of the ISS JEAN ECTOR, Reception- | LADY BADEN POWELL | Nelson Eddy Ilona Massey To-Day Only 4.45 and 8.15
Superintendent of Yh @ Cotton Estate in Antigua, arrived - ist of the Trinidad an i) r
Demérara. Life Assurance Com- yesterday morning by the “Lady Tobago Tourist Board is at pres- United Artists Presents
pany... réturned here yesterday Nelson” for two weeks holiday ent holidaying in Barbados a3.2 TO VISIT B.G. |
oentge on the “Canadian She was accompanied by her guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Farnum| Worn in London recently by actress Blspet Gray, star of Reluctant ROXY
Cruiser” from. British Guiana daughter Miss Marion Westcoit of Belleville. Heroes—-a new WRAC officer’s uniform. (From Our Own Correspondent) “ GUEST WIFE ”
nfter a business visit to that and they are staying. at the She pate =m she Se eo cme —London Express Service. GEORGETOWN, B.G. To-Day and Tomorrow
ccatath Ocean View Hotel. her stay here and expects to re~j va : ‘ , i's
es turn to Trinidad on October 1. | ee Eee ree era ee — Lady Baden-Powell, the World's 4.30 and 8.15 .
Mr. Warden left here three Attended Conference In her spare moments, Mis%| ‘ Chief Guide, will visit pee , , Starring
weeks ago during which time he ETURNING yesterday morn- Eetor does stage dancing and | b Guiana _eary next year ay 20th Centyry Fox Double
: oh s ay y stage dancing and 1s} ie aden- 7 PS assages . bok
also made a stop at Trinidad, ing on the “Lady Nelson” connected with the “Little Carib” | A Respectable Wardro eee Pee Beret eethday Dotan wenee Claudette Colbert
from Boston was Rev. Navid Mar- run by Mrs. Beryl McBurnie. | D . SI ma ‘

Surgeon Specialist-Antigua
p* N. J. L. MARGETSON,

Surgeon Specialist of Hol-
berton Hospital Antigua, arrived
here yesterday morning on the
“Lady Nelson” intransit for British
Guiana,

He was met on arrival by Mr.
L. H. Skeete, headmaster of the
Boys’ Foundation School and Mrs.
Skeete of Oistin with whom he
expects to spend a holiday on his
way back home.

Back To Trinidad

R. BILL DONAVON of ihe

Alcoa Steamship Company,
stationed at Trinidad, arrived over
the week-end by B.W.LA. and
returned yesterday by the “Alcoa
Partner’ He was staying at the
Marine Hotel.

For Health Reasons
N ISS *JOSEPHIN DYER, 4
' dressmaker of Montserrat,
arrived here yesterday morning
on the “Lady Nelson” for reasons
of health. She was accompanied
by her mother and they are stay-
ing as guests of Miss Griffith,
headmistress of St. Clement’s
Girls’, St. Lucy.

Appreciating The Arts
ISS FLORENCE IREANE of
Grenada, will represent the
West Indies at a course organised
by the British Council on devyelop-
ment of the appreciation of the
arts. The course begins on Sep-
tember 25. and ends on October
i4. Miss Ireane is in Government
service in Grenada.
For Two Weeks
R. A. S. WARREN, Account-
ant of the Barbados Mutual
Life Assufance Society, left last
night on the “Lady Nelson” for
St. Vincent where he will spend
about two weeks in the interest
of the Society.

Winding Up Tour
M R, FRANK MARTIN
IVE Travelling Sales Representa-
of the Esso Standard Oil Co.
headquarters in Trinidad
Monday evening »y

tive
with
arrived o

URY PTO QUOTE—Her

shall of the United Pentecostal
Council of the Assemblage of God
with headquarters in Cambridge,
Massachusetts.

Rev. Marshall left here three
months ago to attend a Church
Conference at Cambridge, after
which he visited Canada, Chicago,
Brooklyn, New York, Pittsburgh
and Pennsylvania.

On Holiday
R. H. A. HAYNES, proprietor
of the Dauphine _ Estate,
St. Vincent, arrived yesterday
morning on the T.B. “Radar” for

BY | THE WAY By Beachcomber

A’ article about birds ques-
tions whether the swan
really sings before dying. Any-
how, it is an idea that has in-

spired poets and musicians.

In Sibelius’s “Swan of Tuon-
ela,” you can hear the rustling
of the reeds as the bird glides
majestically along, and you_prob-
ably recall, as you listen, Yeats’s

The hour
When the swan must fix his eye
Upon a fading gleam,
Float out upon a long
Last reach of glittering stream,
And there sing his last song.

Or, for a different mood. there
is Mr. Belloc’s salute to a lady
singing.

Swans sing before they die.
on, sing on,
Oh, how I wish that you had been

a swan!

Sing

The trombone controversy
EAR Sir,

Our grandmothers were
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the idea of a married woman
playing the trombone in public.
That shows their hypocrisy, How
many of them sneaked away to
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quote the case of a mother who
practises at the breakfast table in
a small house or flat. That is |
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discredit. Equally besides the )
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Saturday by B.W.1.A., and are
staying at the Hastings Hotel.

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her husband is trying to read
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all my practising in a _ potti

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1930



Disease Must: Be Prevented
Not Only Cured

WHEN the Baby Welfare Clinics held their first conference
at the Drill Hall yesterday, Dr. F. N. Grannum, Acting

Director of Medical services addressed the meeting on the} carelessness

Island Public Health Services.

He said:

I have been asked to speak to
you this morning on the present
Public Health set up in Barbados
and its future developments, with
special reference to the place of
Voluntary Societies or Agencies.

This task is more difficult than
sppsers on the surface. The

blic Health Act which defined
fthe Policy and set up of future
developments in the field of
Public Health has not been con-
sidered by the Legislature and
in fact may be considerably
altered in relation to the adoption
of the Maude Report. This
Report has not as yet come before
= oases and any implica-

ions it may have on the proposed
Public Health Act ae await
future consideration.

In this Colony we have d
have had for many years an Se
cellent set up for curative medi-
cine. There is a good General
Hospital and in each parish there
is a parochial almshouse. These
almshouses are not merely
“homes” for the destitute of the
parish, but are small district
hospitals where cases of minor
illness and injury and certain
chronic diseases receive attention.
These almshouses are under the
care of well qualified medical
-practitioners who perform their
duties conscientiously and well.

Ss you know, each of these alins-
houses is conducted by a Board
of Guardians, the members of
which are keenly interested in
the good management of the in-
stitution.

Preventive Side

Unfortunately these institu-
tions, while keen on curative
medicine, have been very indiff-
erent to the preventive side of
medicine.. Cure and not nreven-
tion has been the aim and they
have sadly lagged behind modern
conceptions of medicine. Perhaps
in this respect, they have on'y
reflected the opinions and concep-
tions of the majority of the gen-
eral public of this island, for I
regret to say that a large per-
centage of the Fomulesen inelud-
ing persons m whom you
would expect a more lightened
opinion, seem apathetic to public
health progress and stick to and\

favour the old curative system j

to the detriment of preventive
medicine. For example, in spite
of the very high number of infant
deaths in this island, no parish
has as yet undertaken a Child
and Maternity Welfare Clinic as
one of its principal functions. No
immunisation e¢linics are run and)
only in some: parishes have small
campaigns against Enteric Fever
been undertaken,

In each parish there is a Vener-
eal Disease Clinic which is financ-
ed by Government Funds, but
here again it is the curative rather
than the pubiic health preblem
that is tackled.

Another public health problem

which still awaits action is that of |},

Tuberculosis. This disease has not
as yet developed a ny incidence,
but it must be carefully watched.
The establishment of a modern
sanatorium will entail a heavy
financial burden. At present re-
search investigators are working
on a “vaccine” (B.C.G.) to pro-
tect against this disease. If suc-
cessful then it may revolutionise
the methods of control of Tuber-
culosis.

There are other aspects of Public
Health which could be mentioned
but some of these do not fall within
the immediate interest of this
audience and soI will refrain from
mentioning them.

The Future

If Public Health progress is to
be made, it is imperative that the
need for such progress should be
fostered in public opinion, What
the public demand we will get.
Therefore it behoves us to teach
the people the benefits and ad-



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vantages which accrue from Pre-
ventive Medicine.

In the set up of the Public
Health Programme as envisaged in
the Public Health Act, we still
hope to find the foundation of
things to be. In this scheme it
was proposed to divide the island
into 3 sections called “Wards”.

A Northern Ward compris-
ing-—St. James, St. Peter, St.
Lucy, St. Andrew, St. Joseph,
St. Thomas.

A Southern Ward embracing
Christ Church, St, Philip, St.
George and St. John.

A Metropolitan Ward of St.
Michael,

Some adjustment between the
Southern and Metropolitan Wards
may be necessary under the
Maude Report.

Each Ward would be under the
charge of a Medical Officer of
Health, who would act as a liai-
son officer between the local
health and sanitary authorities
and the Director of Medical Ser-

vices,
Local Health

Exactly what will in the future
constitute local health and sani-
tary authorities is impossible to
my at present. Under the Public

ealth Act which was drawn up
in relation to the existing Vestry
Act, each parish was to keep its
own Poor Law Guardians, and
Commissioners of Health. The
Medical Officer of Health would
therefore have dealt in each par-
ish with these statutory beards
and the duty of the Director of
Medical Services would have
been to direct and co-ordinate the
work of these boards in their
various parishes. Under the
Maude Report it is proposed that
each ward should have a repre-
sentative counei]l which would be
responsible for Health, Sanitation
and many other functions within
their own ward. Such a scheme
would have the advantage of co-
ordinating more closely the work
and policy of several parishes
and doing away to some extent
with the many water-tight com-
partments into which this island
is divided.

The powers of these rural coun-
cils and the amount of supervis-
ion over their activities by the

Director of Medical Services
through the Medical Officer of
Health await determination by

future legislation, But it is hoped
and if Public Health progress is
to be maintained that Preventive
Medicine and Sanitation will be

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Temperature (Max.) 84.5° F

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allowed a great measure of con-
trol by the Director of Medical
Services and other Public Health
Officers who have been trained in
this work.

. Public Heaith set Up
Briefly the organisation of the
Public Health set up would be:—
The Director of Medical
Services who would direct and
control the policy and would act
as a co-ordinating authority
over the various wards. Thus

it would be possible to get
policy through-
At present

uniform

out the island,

| work of



WEAR AT NIGHT.

BY IEADING STORES.



each Board of Commissioners |

of Health deals with a problem jin the face of an epidemic or

according Vo its own ideas and
often there is no uniformity
from parish to parish, Disease
does, not recognise artificial

}
| boundaries end the good done

in one parish may be negatived
by the lack of foresight or
on the part of
another parish.

Medical Officers of Health—-
would act as liaison officers

cal Services and the Health
Committees These officers
would advise ‘he Committees
and also be responsible for the
management and running of
the Health Centre.

The Health Committee
would be a body of persons
representing the parishes in
the Wards. It would corre-
pond to the present Commis-
sioners of Health but would
have wider powers and _ inter-
ests.

The

Health Centre. The
personnel of \hs unit would
comprise a Medical Officer of
Health, Public Health Nurses,
a Sanitary Inspector. It may
also have part-time officers
for certain duties i.e. dentist,
ete.

The Health Centre would be
the working unit around which
all public health (including
sanitary act vity should centre.

The Health Centre

The founding of a _ proper
Health Centre is important. This
is so to speak the tool with which
public health progress will be
shaped.

Le’ me emphasize that the
the Health Centre is
not that of a dispensary. The
| Health Centre is not a place for
just giving out bottles of med -
cine, Ail public heahth work is
based on Education and in pre-
ventive medicine people must be
taught the art and care of keep-
ing themselves well, Theretore,
ene of the first functions of vhe
Health Centre is that of Public
Health Education.

At each Health Ceni're
will be a lecture Hall (cum
wating room) which will be
used for lecture purpose, These
lectures may be to selective
groups (ie. expectant mothers
while awaiving a climic) or may
be public lectures on any aspect
of Health or Sanitation,

I therefore put Education, first
the dissemination of knowledge
concerning Health, Sanitat'on,
living conditions and all those
other factors which go to make
a healthy and happy people.

Other Activities

But there will be many other
activities and I will refer to some
of them. The Health Centre will
not primarily be concerned with
the curative side of medicine. We
already have our almshouses and
hospitals, but it is interested in
what I may term Social Medicine.
For example :— A V.D, Clinic for
the treatment of V.D. At the
Clinic not only the cure of the
patient should be aimed at but
preventing him b garly and
efficient treatment from infecting
others, and by, if possible, induc-
ing contacts to come for treat-
ment,

V.D. is a social disease which
effects the individual as well as
the family life, the children, the
mother, the economics of the
home. If this disease is to be
tackled, we must tear from it the
shrouds of hush-hush, and treat
it as a disease and not a disgrace.

We may make an attempt to
tackle Tuberculosis by advice and
early detection. The Health Visitor
on her rounds would visit these
cases in their homes and give
advice, If B.C.G. vaccine proves
successful then preventive inocu-
lation will be given at the clinic
to suitable contacts.

As regards an Immunisation
Clinic, here clinical work will
have to go hand in hand with edu-
cation,

Inoculation; against Typhoid
Fever; vaccination against Small-
pox—and here let me for a mo-
ment stress the importance of
vaccination in infancy. The best
time for primary vaccination is
4—6 months of life and then again
at about 5—6 years of age, There-
after vaccination need only be

there

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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done at much longer intervals,

emigration purposes
With the establishment of
| Health Centres it may be possible
to start some sort of a school
medical service within the area.
Maternal Clinic
But I have purposely kept to
the last one of the most important
jelinics which I will term the Ma-
ternal and Child Welfare Clinic.
| I regard this as the most im-

beiween the Drector of Medi-| portant clinic because. of the very

high Infant Mortality rate ef this
island, At present about 170
infants die each year before reach-
ing the age of 1 year. It used to
be much higher, but the greater
attention that has been given to
Infant Welfare in later years has
had some results.

But when we compare a rate of
170 to that of Great Britain in
194834, we seé how far we have
to go amd even compared to
Trinidad and British Guiana

still see the long leeway we have
to make up.

To tackle this blot on our pub-
lic health, we must not only care
for the new born infant but we
must see that at the time of de-
livery the birth is attended by
competent midwives, but even this
is not sufficient for many diseases
and conditions of the mother dur-
ing pregnancy endanger Both the

life and health of mother and
child,

For a healthy baby we need
alee parents and good atten-
ion,

The desired clinic is one which
will take care of the pregnant

woman. i.e, an ante-natal clinic,
which will see her through her
delivery, icc. a good midwifery
service and then a good post-

natal and Baby Welfare Clinic.

I am well aware that many of
you who are interested in Baby
Clinics, will not be able to in-
clude’ ante-natal clinics:in your
set up. But you are still doing
a useful work.

Baby Care

The object of Baby Welfare
Clinic should be to keep wel)
babies well. Do not turn your
clinics into dispensaries. Let

curative institutions deal with the
sick babies. Your function is to
teach the mother how to care for
her babe during these important
months of its life. How to feed
the child at the various stages
To watch its growth and develop-
ment and check on them. To see
that the child is taught proper
habits. To teach the mother the
value of immunization, etc., ete.
Many clinics aftempt to give
free milk. clothes, etc. This is
not public health. I do not decry
social welfare and assistance, but
the object of Public Health Work
is to foster in the community a

sense of Health consciousness.
This should be the “interest”
which will brin mothers with
their babies to the clinic —- not

getting a portion of milk. Such
a bribe often defeats the object
of the clinic. Let your aim be te
keep well babies well,

Voluntary Organisations

Many of the Ladies present
here this morning are interested
in various Voluntary Organisa-
tions and are very interested in
the position of such organisations
in any future Public Health Sys-
tem,

In Great Britain in the U.S.A.
voluntary organisations are do-
ing most useful work in their
respective spheres. These organi-
sations are encouraged and aided
financially by Government be-
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agreed that there was no hope of
any of the trapped men being alive

The alarm sounded at Cresswell
ediliery, Derbyshire, in the early
Morning while 200 miners of the

shtshift were underground. All
eXcept the 80 trapped managed to
stumble to safety

Seme, exhausted by the fumes
cralvied the last few hundred
yands. Originally it was feared
that 90 men had perished, but an
official statement later gave the
casualties as 80.

Bodies Irrecoverable

lt said it was considered that
any attempt to recover bodies was
beund to fail and wou'd involve
further loss of life.

The wives and children of the
wapped men who had waited for
hours at the pithead, burst into
tears when this news came.

Earlier it was stated that three
bodies had been rec .

The fire started 400 yards under-
ground about 1,000 yards from the
shaft which communicates with the
surface

Soon after midday a pit official
said that the fire had been sub-
dued but the intense heat and
fumes stopped rescuers from
reaching the trapped men i

When the alarm was given ail
available doctors and rescue teains
were called out and ambulances
rushed from neighbouring towns.

At noon an official statement
said: “Notwithstanding gallant
rescue work, it was impossible t
bring suecour to these unfortunate

men
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Wednesday, September 27. 1950

SANITATION

THE Annual Report for the year 1949,
of the Chief Sanitary Inspector of St.
Michael! to the Commissioners of the parish
has just been published and 1s full of in-
teresting information. It also shows many
activities by the members of the depart-
ment of which the general public will be
unaware.

The population of St. Michael at the
end of 1949 was estimated, according to the
Report to be 79,500 and the number of
houses and buildings 22,500. With a staff
of 32 and six Health visitors the Depart-
ment made no fewer than 271,028 inspec-
tions of premises, 1,356 to bakeries, aerated
water factories and other food places and
1,218 to dairies.

The work of the staff of Health Visitors
received pointed reference in one para-
graph in which the Chief Sanitary

Inspector writes that the consistent visiting
carried out by Health Visitors to the homes

of all returning emigrants (from the United
States of America) domiciled in the parish
assisted in controlling the epidemic of
Cerebro-spinal Menifgitis. The figures for
the last five years show that during the
last two there were no notifications of this
disease,

For the staff of Inspectors there was a
record of 5,000 visits made to 470 provision
shops and stores with the consequent des-
truetion of thousands of items of food unfit
for human consumption. In addition to
this there were 328 samples of milk taken
from dairies, milkshops, street vendors and
contractors supplying parochial and gov-
ernment institutions and it is pleasing to
note that the number of aduilterations had
dwindled to 4.26 per cent of the number
of samples taken.

Here the report makes extended refer-
ence to position of dairies operating in the
City and to the regulations under the
Public Health Act. It shows that in 1933
there were 123 dairies registered and of
these 68 were in the City but at the end
of 1948:there were only 12 operating in the
City. The reference is particularly apt in
view of the fact that the time fixed by law
for the removal of these dairies from the
City limits is October 5, 1950, only a few
days. away and there is still much un-
certainty as to whether the Government
proposes to enforce the regulations.

An additional fact which makes the
reference all the more pointed is that the
proposal to establish a deep water harbour



is likely to carry the business centre of ,

Bridgetown further west and will admit
of further extension of the City. If the
dairies are allowed to remain it is likely
that regulations framed without reference
to the present situation will demand their
removal in another short period even if
they now comply with or are established
under the present provisions of the act.

The reference to pig keeping in the City
is also interesting. The City Jimits are set
out and the amended limits for the purpose
of granting licenses for pig keeping are also
set out but it is interesting to note that
many of the land marks used for boundaries
to the City are the least known spots in
the parish to the majority of the population.
However the report shows that 159 licenses
were granted for the keeping of pigs within
the extended area and these licenses now
sumber 1,647. Here it is that there might
well be some revision inasmuch as it is
clear that some parts of the restricted area
are far more suitable than many of the
districts where these animals may now be
kept. It is possible that this simple refer-
ence might be the means of removing what
is clearly an anomaly which could never
have been contemplated.

The report makes guarded. reference to
the number of cases of tuberculosis and
says that it “continues to produce its crop
of victims annually and is observed to be
closely connected with improper housing
conditions, poverty and malnutrition.”
The notifications for the year showed an
increase and the death rate was 79 per cent.
The report might well be made available
to the general public and not merely to
the Commissioners.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

COMMUNISTS—
The Australian Way

RITAIN is now confronted by

the question: What are we

to do about the Communists who

are plotting to disrupt our key
industries by strikes?

It is a question that has already
confronted Britain’s overseas
dominions — and they have
answered it in drastic fashion.

Canada already has anti-Com-
munist legislation; South Africa
is preparing it. In Australia the
House of Representatives have
recently passed a Bill which con-
tains the most ruthless anti-Com-
munist proposals ever made by a
democratic country.

| This Bill has already been
before the Australian Senate and
[* soon to come before it again
| Chief backer of the Bill is Mr.
| Robert Menzies the Australian
| Prime Minister. His anti-
Socialist victory in the General
| Election at the end of last year
; was achieved on a_ series of
| downright promises. Among them
were the end of petrol rationing
no State control of banking—and
| the suppression of the Communists
| A ommos”, not “Commies” to
Australians) .

Dissolve It

The first two promises have
been kept. Now Menzies is car-
rying out the third promise as
well.
| The anti-Red Bill now before the
| Australian Parliament “provides
| or the dissolution of the Aus-

ralian Communist Party and of
| other Communist organisations to

tisqualify Communists from hold-
| ing certain offices and for pur-
| boses connected therewith.”
When passed it will be cited as
the Communist Party Dissolution
s\ct, 1950. It will come into oper-
ation on the day it receives Royal

Assent.

A “Communist” in this Bill is
cefined as “a person who sup-
ports or advocates the objectives
policies, teachings, principles or
) ractices of Communism as ex-
pounded by Marx and Lenin.”
Under it the Australian Com-
munist Party will be declared
unlawful, and the Governor-Gen-
cral will appoint a receiver of its
\ property .

5-Year Sentences

All affiliated bodies of the
Australian Communist Party will
be similarly and summariiy dis-
solved. These bodies are defined
as those in which a majority of
the members are Communists or
which support or advocate the
objectives of Communism.

Where the Governor-General
continues the Bill is satisfied that
such a body is prejudicial to the
security and defence of the Aus-
tralian Commonwealth he may
declare it unlawful. The body may
appeal against the decision within
a month,

How does this affect the individ-
ual Communist? The Bill provides
a penalty of five years’ jail for a
person who knowingly becomes
continues to be or performs any
act as a Communist. The same
penalty is provided for anybody





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MR. MENZIES

His pledge: to dissolve the
Communist Party.

who carries or cisp'ays anything
indicating that he is or was a
Communist. The same penalty
also is provided for those who con-
— to or solicit for Commun-

Communists are forbidden
employment by the Common-
wealth. And by the Defence
Forces.

Why has Australia introduced
such drastic legislation? Buried
under a quentity of whereas-es
the Bill gives the answer.

Because says the Bill, the
Australian Communist Party, in
accordance with the basic theory

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of Communisin as expounded by

arx and Lenin, engages in
activities or operations designed
to assist or accelerate the coming
of a _ revolutionary situation in
which the. Australian Communist
Party, acting as a revolutionary
minority, would be able to seize
power and cstablish a dictator-
ship of the proletariat.

Because, it continues, the ACP
is active in operations designed
to bring about the overthrow of
the sysvem of Australian Govern—
ment and the atta nment, of
economic industrial or political
ends by force, violence, intimida-
tion or fraud,

Spying. Sabotage

Because the ACP is an invegral
part of the world Communist
Revolutionary movement which
in the King’s Domin‘ons and
elsewhere, engages in espionage
and sabotage and in activities of

a treasonable or subversive
nature,
Because certain indusvries|

(including coal min.ng, iron and
steel, engineering, building and
transport industries) are vital to
the security and defence of Aus-
tralia—and because the ACP, by
means of sirikes and stc ‘vages
has caused dislocation, disrup
tion or retardation of work ir
those vital industries.

Because, in other words, the
Government of Australia believes
Yois Bill is necessary for
Australia’s welfare.

How did the people of Aus—
tralia react to this sweeping
attack?

Mr. Menzies’s opening speech
ot the debate was accla‘med on
all sides as a masterly anvi-Com-
munist statement. The Bill was
immediately endorsed by the
New South Wales Socialist
leaders: powerful Catholic sup-—
vort was forthcoming from the
state of Victoria.

The Onus Of Proof

Mr. Chiefly, the leader of the

Socialist pposit on, pivoting
with difficifty on a vricky poli-
tical spot, approved whole-

heartedly the indictment of the
Communist Party, and narrowed
his range of fire vo an attack on
ene clause. This clause, soon
known as the “Onus of Proof”
clause, became the focus otf
attention—rather than the BU
itself.

The “Proof of Non—Commun-—
ism,” in Menzies’s original Bill,
was to lie with Vhe individual
Amendments were secured on
this issue,

How did the Commun'st Party
itself react? It was widely said
to be foresialling its fate by
diving underground. The Sydney
Communist paper come out with
a banner-line in red ink that
said “Join the Communist
Party NOW.”

= =
The Crippling Few

And the people? A Gallup
Poll has shown thai! 74 per cent
of Australians favour the out-
lawing of the Communist Party.

Why do Australians feel so
intensely that Communism mus’
be outlawed? For three reasons:

Firstly; Although it has no
MPs, the Australian Com—
munist Party is far more power—
ful inside the trade union move—
ment than in most other coun—
tries.

Communists rule, exploit, and
demand in the vrade unions, The
technique of the “rolling
strike” that begins at one dock-—
yard and spreads to another and
then to anovher, is far more
developed in Australia than out—
side her shores,

Secondly; Australia, with her
population largely on its
periphery and utterly dependenv
on shipping can be crippled very
fast by very few.

Thirdly; Australia has neither
the troops, nor the nature, to
break strikes by military emer—
gency.

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Here Too The Reds Slow
Down But=

NEWSMAP now leaves behind’
it the brightening prospect in
Korea to see the effect on India
of the new pressures in Asia.
First of two important des-
patches . ;

By Sefton Delmer

NEW DELHI.
I was really taking a little
holiday from politics and report-
ing when I met him. There he
stood, a dignified, {rockcoated little
wisp cf a man. He was offering—
“If it please your noble good

self’—to guide me around the |

marble courts of The Fort.

But I am not certain that Gyan
Chand—that was his name—did
not give me a surer clue than all
the experts to the question:
“What is the new India’s attitude
to Communism?”

Gyan Chand beat all the Cabinet
Ministers, intelligence chiefs,
political leaders I have consulted.
For, as he steered me around this
Mogul Versailles, he told me as
much about himself and his prob-
lems as about the Peacock Throne
and alabaster swimming pools of
concubines,

‘We Filed’

He had been-a station-master
on the Indian Railways. When
he retired he compounded his pen-
sion for a lump sum, With this
he bought a flour mill in a West
Punjab village. The mill gave him
a comfortable living, and he could
look forward to ending his days
in peace there.

Came the departure of the
British from India, and with it

partition, dividing what until
then had been a_ united and
peaceful country into the raven-
ously hostile factions of India and
Pakistan.

“We Hindus,” said Gyan Chand,
as we stood admiring some delicate
lattice work, “we Hindus were
forced to flee for cur lives. Every-
thing I had I left behind—my
mill, my house, everything.”

Now he was living in one of
those squalid refugee camps which
I had passed through on the edge



of the town. He
he said, as he had found this job,

was fortunate

which gave him a bare and
irregular livelihood, Now in every
other country I know a grudge
of the kind under which Chand
suffers would make its victim a
fertile ground for insemination
with either Fascism or Com-
munism.

Not the ex-millowner. His
hatred and venom Were directed
almost exclusively against the
Pakistan Moslems.

Drawing Blank

With a wealth of proverb and

A BIG
“BUT"

metaphor, laced with reminiscent
anecdotes, he invited me to con-
firm his opinion of theic iniauity
as we strolled among Indian
holiday crowds in the gardens
And, from all I have seen and
heard here, I believe zyan Chand
is typical in this of. all the
15,000,000 refugees now spread
over India and even of 500,000
who are still living jobless ir the
squalor camps.

The Communists are doing their
skilful best to arouse them with

clandestine literature and word
of mouth propaganda.
But for the time being they

are drawing blank. Authoritative
observers with whom I have dis-
cussed it—British, Indian, Ameri-
ean, and Dutch—insist that,
anything, the Communists have
been losing ground rather than
gaining it during the last 12
months

The Soviet Embassy here in
New Delhi and the Indian Com-
munist Party leadership seem tc
share this view. Russian diplo-
mats have recently become great
travellers and students of Indian
folklore. Oddly enough, their
trips to outlying districts of India
have a way of being made at times
when there is a crisis in the Com-
munist organisation in that par-
ticular distrigt.

Indian Communists, for their
part, have attempted to correct
things by making a change in
leadership. They have dismissed
‘their old-time boss Bengali B. T.
Ranadive from his post as secre-
tary-general.

@ On page 8.



weakening man.

we can ill afford to spare,
‘o say about the accepted span of three score
ond ten?

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ray
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curther .

the body as boost-pellets.
power of cortisone is being studied and the
pituitary gland is regarded as ‘the leader of
the endocrine orchestra.

only by a culture of chicken muscle in a
laboratory dish and by certain lowly animals.
Man has all too evident limitations.

advice of
naturalists, gardeners, people with seasonal
sports or hobbies to enjoy and look forward
to live longest.



OUR MIDDLE-AGE?

One Scientist Prophesies
“Life «ll 150°

By JOHN POMFRET

SMUTS has died at 80, Shaw, at 94, is a
Churchill is

t 76. Einstein is reported to be working on

» new theory of the universe at the age of 71.

These, among the great of our age, are men
What has science

Can we hope to live longer now?
The answer is “Yes”, if by live we mean
An ancient
compared with the 60 to-day of
It has been said that the next ten years
the retreat of infectious diseases
into a rout. But whether we

see

There lies the great question mark. Per-

haps it is as well.

EATING GRASS
The secret of extended youth or even

extended middle age might have a catas-])
‘rophie effect on already serious food and]
population problems.

Science has so far reduced the number
of deaths in early years, not late.
Nowadays at least a dozen researches

nto gerontobiology, as they call it, have a
dozen theories about increasing longevity.
They range from crank diets to drugs.

The British Association advocates meals

of garlic, lentils, barley, fresh meat, and fruit.

A few hearty old people are eating grass

Most of us would rather die.

“GAS-PIPES”

In fact, a poll on the subject showed that
only 46 out of every 100 people questioned
wanted to reach 85,

A mere 19 per cent. coveted the century

mark,

Before the war they would have pinned

their faith to an operation by Voronov or
Steinach, which might have cost 500 guineas.

Voronov used monkeys as a reservoir of
glandular spare parts for the aged.
Several famous men tried it, but the
rejuvenation was usually brief.

Steinach redirected the hormone activity

of his patients.

In an earlier age of enemas, Metchnikov

preached that death was caused by the
absorption of toxins from the intestines.

Then the doctors said: ‘You are as old as

your arteries”, ignoring hale octogenarians
with arteries like gas-pipes.

BOOST-PELLETS
Glands are back in fashion to-day among

an Oxford group of age investigators with a
Nuffield grant behind them. Transplants on
Voronov lines are out, but injections are in.

Testosterone, for instance, can be lodged in
The rejuvenating

Dr. E. Geiringer says that in 50 or 60
years’ time we may Jive to 150, but he is
not yet prepared to say how.

So far near-immortality has been achieved

Women are rather better off. There are far

more centenarians among them. They live
much longer than men, especially if born of
if} young mothers.

IDLENESS KILLS
Elderly folk, men and women, are often

kept from the killing lethargy of old age
to-day by daily doses of benzedrine, the
long-term effect of which
known.

is simply not

Enforced idleness, useless vegetating in

a rocking chair is as deadly as the hyper-'

tension of the neurotic.
“Conserve a_ spiritual
the

pension”
psychologists. Certainly

They want to live.
—L.ES.











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Our Readers Say :
Sea Fggs

The Editor, the Advocate
P SIR,— I, as the owner of the

Worthing Guest House” beg to
endorse every word that Mr. J.
Martinez of Caracas wrote in your
paper of September 22.

Mr. Martinez in his modesty did
not inform you that on two days
he got dead sea-egg prongs in his
feet which was caused by fisher-
men throwing the broken séa-egg
shells on the reef and the sea
washing them in,

A very nice thing when I took
the trouble to go to Caracas to try
to influence people to come to
Barbados. Sea-bathing being one
of my specialities in trying to
induce people to come to Barbados,
when a few others and I are
spending many thousands of
pounds sterling to bring trade to
the island to help one and all, even
the same fishermen.

A. E, TAYLOR.
Sept; 25, 1950.
Bus Conduct
The Editor, the Advocate

SIR,— Having lived away from

my homeland for the past twenty-

nine years, I have found many
changes for good and also for bad.
_ One of the bad spots is included
in our buses. On the afternoon of
September 22, driving from the
city on the 4 o'clock bus, two
individuals resorted to very
abusive language, and I feel quite
sure to the discomfort of decent
and respectable passengers and
what is worse, the children.

I feel that a stop should be put
to such an obnoxious atmosphere,
it should be the duty of the con-
ductors, not only to collect his
fares, but to see to it that decency
and respect prevails.

Any offending parties should be
sternly reprimanded, and _ the
other alternative should be to stop
the bus and the offending parties
or party should be asked to get
off the bus, or a.charge be
brought against the said persgn
or persons

_ The owners of buses should
investigate this . very. annoying
affair, so that passengers will be

able to drive in peace and com-}

fort
RESPECTABILITY.

1950 Brings in
Dollars=£23.000.000 Are Expected |

By ARTHUR JACOBS
IF TEEN expert American travel
agents are in Britain for a
tour. Later they will “sell” the
idea of an autumn holiday to their
fellow-countrymen.

They have already had a great
deal of success in “selling”
Britain at any time of the year—
a record number of Americans
have visited us this season.

Official figures at the moment
suggest that the Travel Associa-
tion’s forecast of 175,000 American
tourists this year may not be
reached. But it will come close

Business, has been bigger than
anything ‘the tourist trade in
Britain has ever known—78,140

eame in the first seven months of
1950.
Another 21,792 passed through
The tourist business is our
biggest source of dollars — and

£25 millions worth are expec
out of this year’s trade, and the
total earnings of all foreign cur-
rencies may be in the region of
£65 millions. “

It makes whisky top of the
tangible exports, and now going
abroad at the rate of £13,872,000
worth of dollars a year, a poor
second.

And more tourists mean more
prosperity for British traders.

Here is what one of London's
car hire firms report: “The -best
year we have ever had. Revenues
up to the end of August are well
over double for the same period
last vear.”

This clients
spend pounds
here

Where do they all stay? There
are said to be 33,228 hotel bed-
rooms in London

firm reckons its
about a million

It is certain there are many
more than this, but they are in
very small places.

Problem Solved

The London Hotels Information
Centre, set up in Leicester Square
last June, has been solving the
problems of roomless tourists —
dollar and otherwise.

They have arranged
bednights so far this year. A
bednight? One visitor fixed up
for one night equals one bednight.

The scheme has been a try-out
for next year, when, for the Festi-
val of Britain, a figure of 700,000
visitors has been mentioned.

There will be more __ hotel
accommodation, but probably not
enough.

No. 1 Host

Britain’s No. 1 host, Sir

16,500

Alex-

ander Maxwell, chief of the Travel :

Association, will not commit him-

the Tourist




CROWN DRINKS

J & R SANDWICH BREAD
MacEWAN BEER
TENNANT'S STOUT
GUINNESS SbOUT
SCHWEPPES TONIC



LEG HAMS
Tin HAMS
—2 Ib.



5 lb. — 10 Ib
LUNCHEON BEEF

OX TONGUES

x LUNCH TONGUES

3% GOLD BRAID RUM
TOP NOTCH RUM

seyf to any about

next year.

predictions



SALAMI a

SWEET COUNTER

BARLEY SUGAR
MARSH MALLOWS
GLACE CHERRIES
SHARP’S TOFFEES
COUNTRY LIFE

% MEAT DEPT.
CIGARETTES
CAPSTAN TOBACCO

SEIGHTLY CORNED BEEF
OX TONGUES
KIDNEYS
SWEETBREADS
e

“Not before January,” he says
“although things are beginning
to settle down again after the
Korean scare.”



Sir Alexander would like to sec
a 24-hour drinking licence a:
airports for people who have
cleared customs and are techni-
cally out of the country.

He also wants more late trains
to the South Coast for the 1951
Festival.

British Railways are “looking
into it,” he says, They would like
to know, what use would be made
of the sérvice.

FRESH VEGETABLES
— STOCK-UP EARLY —

ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT
at GODDARDS
cele B.S." Fee

But, he asks.

there, |

“Until a train is
v do we know how many

are going to use it?”



GARLIC
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,



1950



Food Places Receive

Great Attention By | OUR OLDEST EXPORTS |

Sanitary Authorities

REGISTERED with the Commissioners of Health of St.

Michael under the Head, Food Places, are 26 restaurants,| “Ventnor”, Christ Church, and Mr. C. A. Brathwaite

12 lunch rooms, 46 bakeries,

factories, 3 candy factories, 5 soda fountains,

one ice cream factory.

Labourer
Remanded

| arsewi DRAKES a 30-year-old
labourer of Cave Hill was re-
manded until October 3 by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod yes-
terday when he appeared before
him charged with the larceny of
£1. 5. from Sydney Williams of
Padmore Village, St, Philip.

eae ARE WORKING
overtime at night.

walking along Martins Bay at
night would see turtles making
holes on the seashore and burying
their eggs.

One boy from that district told
the Advocate yesterday that there
are various times when the turtles
rush to shore to bury their eggs.
Catching a turtle on the shore is
a tricky job and can be dangerous






32 cook-shops, 10 aerated water

* This information is contained in
, the annual Report of the Sanita-
tion Department of St. Michael
for 1949,

It is within the limits of the city '
i that most of the above places are
found. Baxter’s Road, Nelson
Street, Bay Street, Suttle Street
account for many of the Rest-







aurants listed, and many of them Was held at the Dril’ Hall ana} Who owned tamarind trees in St. | having done so in Brit’sh Guiana functioning on a proper basis will
go under the name of this or that @4mong those present was the| Andrew, St. Philip or Chris | last year, receive the support of Government.
| café. Governor’s wife, Mrs. A. W, L.| Church would get less t an one} Other colonies taking pary in Object of Conference

! Chief centres for the city Savage. whose trees were situated in St the tournament are Jamaica, I think that the object of the
jbakeries are Baxter’s Road and The conference was organised} Michael. wi sritish Guiana and Trinidad, the} Conference is a very laudable one.
Roebuck Street, and cookshops are by the Barbados Women’s Social Mr. F. E. Miler, "6.C.P. of}last named being the venue for] It is desirable that the various
dotted over the city also, The Welfare League and its purpose is} the firm of “The Mller Bros.|seme intercolonial matches for| Baby Clinics should co-ordinate
ysoda fountains are mainly Drug to try to co-ordinate the services| Tamarind Works” has been engag-|vhe past few years. their work and especially their
{Stores in Broad Street. The two the various baby clinics. ed in the tamarind trade for six-} Last year Jamaica staged an| “returns” so that the work of one

[clubs listed cater for food to their
members.

Why are these places registered
with the Commissioners of
Health? So that inspectors can
visit them regularly and observe
the sanitary conditions and effect
needed remedies.

Sanitation-Conscious

i > |
a C kp Some people prefer to have the
Clinies onference ‘emarinds picked and il.en bagged

administration and financing of aj rinds grown in
advice to mothers.

Chairman of the opening s-s:
yesterday was Mrs. N. G. Daysh,| tamarinds were known as “wild}/yeams from British Guiana and
President of the Barbados Women’s] cherries”
Social Welfare League

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

TAMARINDS—ONE OF Table Tennis’



Disease Must Be

: Prevented

| Team Off To! omc tun
e e i ; reach such a size or become so
Trinidad {important that for this or some |

other reason, Government may see |
fit to take it over and run it as a}
















BARBADOS has been shipping tamarinds to Engiand for}



more than a century now. They are one of the ingredients| The three-man Barbados Table | Government Institution. Such a)
in Worcester Sauce and Fruit Salts. Tamarind dea'ers are i = to ce” ie wr, is really a tribute to the |

. iad ere “Th Miller B » | Island in 1e first B.W Table oluntary Society and in such
few and the best known locally are aM Mill 4 aTOS. ‘| Tennis Tournament which opens| cases the workers should start |
and A. E. Taylor and Atkinson of the Tamarind + Works, | at Trinidad on Thursday pight,| again in another district. Thus :

left last night on the “Lady Nel-| the two types of workers work in|



dee tiate With pro- — ‘ harmony and co-operation,
perty owncr whose taner nd trees} | +e team, comprised of Norman} I wish to impress on you that
two clubs and Advice To Mothers catain th » pods and gener-]© M1 (Everton), Capt. Frank] Government does not wish to take
It e right to pick all the co gy and Harold — your organisations, rather
e ‘ vee for prices ranging} SOrbin (Abbey Marines), is a] does Government wis -
Discussed At from $6.00 to $10.00 ote in thal

solid combination and has been

; age voluntary workers
practising three nights weekly at

many spheres of work.

in their





the Y.M.C.A. in preparation for}| In Barbados in particular there

; and weghed, charging fron $2.00] the vournament. It is expected] is a great scope for, Voluntary
Representatives of the Baby] ‘'©.$!.44 ber hundred pounds. The|‘® give a good account of itself,| Workers. I would like to see Baby
Welfare Clinics of the island met|PTices vary according to the dis- This is the first oceasion on] Clinics in every parish and more
in conference for the first time|tmce of the tree plot: from the| Which Gill and Corbin will repre-| than one. I am sure that such

yesterday morning. The conference | °itY- For instance a householder} sent Barbados, Willoughby having| clinics when established and





Among the matters discussed| tcen years, He told the “Advocate”

unoffic al W.I. Singles Champion-
yesterday were the organization,| yesterday that the bulk of tama-

‘ ship featuring Ivan Phillips from
this island are| British Guiana and Ralph Gomes
of} €xported to London. It is shipped| trom Trinidad with the latter
in smaller quantities to America,| winning the championship

Austral’a and New Zealand In So far, Trinidad Table Tenn s
America, Mr Miller said, the/fans have seen representative

clinic may be compared with that
of other clinics. Thére should be
an underlying policy governing the
work of these clinics and all should
strive to work along similar lines
to their common goal. I hope that
as a result of this Conference some
useful lines may emerge and some
common ground be reached.

In conclusion, let me say how



baby clinic, and the giving

The conference continues today
but in Australia and| Barbados in

New Zealand they were known as
“wild dates”

action as Trinidasd
played B.G. in 1948 and Barbados



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PAGE FIVE

Kill those throbbing pains in your muscles
at once! Apply Sioan’s Liniment lightly —
feel your






You don’t rub in Sloan's, you dab
it on the affected part gently —
Sloan’s does the rest! Good for
aches and pains and stiff joints too!

LOOK FOR THE PICTURE OF DR. SLOAN OM THE PACKET.



trom ai chemists and stores

a aaa

AGAIN IN STOCK ...

PURINA





' Any fruit tastes nicer stil...

She welcomed Mrs. Savage and

went intransit to B.G. last year

when one does not know how to Mr. W. W.. Merrit

approach the turtle. 5
But man Sanitary Inspector, and compiler
y of the boys who of the Report told the “Advocate” |

patrol the shore don’t want to A
catch turtles. They only want to |Â¥ esterday that his department is
to make

see where the eggs are buried so|â„¢aking every effort
that they can pick them up to sell |P®ople sanitat‘en-conscious. He
to people, hopes that the study of Hygiene

will be made an important part
— WILL BE A UNITED | of the curriculum of every school.
Swearing-in of new Senior

; His report shows that 1,356
ey anton § aoe “ ewes visits were made during the year
Septémbér 28 at £ x tne “id to the food places listed above.
vation Army Hall Reed i ie -|From those visits he finds that

Recruits from "several Sonate re ee ne eee
Corps will be among those to - Snes = Se
sworn-in. The Divisional Com- RO Pee ee

; 1, | Standard of environment with at-
to ae Major A. E. Moffett will tention to personal hygiene in
ake charge of the service. their eperaiione. : It was observed

HE FINAL LECTU owever, that quite a few neglect-
T teachers on shlcataias Seale ed these very necessary considera-
in Technique and Interpretation,” | tions. This was particularly ap-
will be given by Miss Richardson | Parent in small bakeries, and in a
at the British Council this evening sane’ ee on aerated water
eginning at 6 o’clock. actory premises,

A musical film will be also Mr. Merrit discussing the
shown of a competitive festival in|Sanitation drive, turned naturally
Canada, to Enteric Fever, which gets into

rae of the Workers’ oe cope via the mouth and.

ucational grou takes|thence into the stomach, He
place at 8.15 when Mr. Aubrey | pointed out that the incidence ot
Douglas Smith, M.A., will take|this fever has dropped consider-
aia ee eupsaee be =; ably in recent years, there having
WwW. e “The inidad; been just 33 cases in 1949. The

aioe me Mie ieoder of the, year 1924 was a peak year, with

ssion w. ae .| 275 cases recorded”.
Hewitt, who paid a special visi’ r nn
‘o Trinidad to observe the elec-
toral machinery and other phases
of the recent election.
4A GOLD CHAIN valued at $20| 1947 on the subject in which he

was stolen from the house of| quoted a brief and alliterative
Dora Felix of Water Hall Land| description of the method of in-
sometime between 10 a.m, and 7/| fection. It says: “Careless con-
p.m, on Monday. The matter is|tacts and convalescents carrier
under investigation, cases, chiefly cooks, defective
drains, dirty dairies and drinking
‘water faultily fried fish, sewage,
soaked shell fish, the dust of dried
dejecta, and the repulsive regurgi-
tations, dangerous droppings and
filthy feet of faecal feeding flies
fouling food.

That was why it was important
that people should take every care
with their food. Outbreaks of
enterig fever can be caused by a
polluted water supply, an infected
milk supply or a contaminated
food supply. The disease is
endemic in St. Michael, and the






infection
Mr. Merrit commented on an
article which he had written in





Obituary
Rev. P. C. Branch

THE death occurred at his}
resiaence St. Peter on Sunday
evening of the Rev. P. C. Branch,
retired Rector of St. Peter at the
age of 72.

Philip Campbell Branch ‘was
born in Grenada, the son o1 a
clergyman Rev. G. W. Branch,
some time Rector of St. George’s,
Grenada. He was educated at the
St. George’s Grammar School and
later entereq Codrington College.
It was only natural that the son
of an outstanding clergyman
should follow in the footsteps of
his father. Young Branch toc's
Holy Orders and was ordained in
the local Diocese. He became
Rector of St. Peter in 1925 from

Chief the guests at the conference. She

said that it had always been the Important Fruit from all the colonies in
privilege of the League to have} Some importance must be|not only to decide which colony
wife of the Governor as a member, attached to the fruit, Mr. Miller|is vhe leading one, but the Sin
of the committee of the League} Said, since it was the practice of | gles Champion of the four.

and during the Jast thirteen years} Naval craft not to leave Englisa







as far as she could remember, she} ports without a stock of Worcester-

had not met anyone who had dis-| shire Sauce or cffervescent fruit
played such general interest in the} saits of which the pulp of the G f S
work of the clinics as had Mrs.j| tamarind was an ingredicnt } Oo eason

Savage. The tocal tamarind seaso

begins in January. Contrasts ar O S d

Mrs. Daysh then expressed made with the owners of tamarind | pens un ay
regret that the League's former | trees before that time and when
President Hon’ble Mrs. M. Hans-)they are ready to be picked the
chell had been forced to resign} shippers send around men, skilled
because of the increasing work] in climbing to pick ther
demanding attention in the Legis- They are then shelled and pack-
lative Council. ed in molasses in reconditioned

Mrs. Daysh spoke of the very} pork barrels. The molasses is used
valuable socia') work Mrs. Hans-| as a preservative because they are
chell had done and said that her] Kept in bond for a long tme. Mr
service to the community in this/ Miller said °
respect could be a_ wonderful In recent years, Mr. Miller said,
example to them all. a quantity of Indian tamarinds

Dr. F. N. Grannum, the first] haq been shipped to England but

THE 1950-51 golf season will
get underway on Sunday with the
start of the annual team match
between the veterans and the
youngsters of the Club which is
expected to produce a_ bitter
battle for supremacy. The veter-
ans, composed of members over
40 years old, will be headed by
Col. Richards Vidmer, Captain of
the Club, and J. R. Rodger,
holder of the Amateur champion-

“a shoes ship, while the youngsteys
guest speaker, then addressed the without molasses nailed oes . » cei aki a
meeting. He spoke on the Island’s The Encyclopaedia Britannica 40, — sate ieee Bayley
Public Health Services. describes the tamarind as “the} ang Will Atkinson. wil

Ss vi
pods of a leguminous tree, Which | be played on Sunday a.
are hard exiernally but within] pal) matches on Monday.
filled with an acid juicy pulp con- Vidmer and Rodger have invit-
taining sugar and various acids\eq the following members to
such as citric and tartar-c, in com-!yrepresent their contemporaries
bination with potash Ted Benjamin, Dorian Cole, Jack
The acid pulp is used as a laxa-| Egan,



Fifteen Years
Of Lunch Selling



Perey Gooding,

| '
Willian | jNHAL
The school boys cal] her Howell:| tive and a refrigerant, the pods|Grannum, Ken Hunte, Bert King, : “Asia

she is 62 years old and has been} being ‘argely imported both from] Denis Lenagan, David Lucie

most of the sellers at the ola|
school gave up the job, but Daisy \ GEORGETOWN, B.G
and Howell still saw a future inj His Excellency the Governor,
it. But the schoo] rules disallowed | Sir Charles Woolley has appointe:
boys from going outside the gates |a Committee “to make such recom
to buy lunch from these women }mendations as it may seem appro-
and their trade began to die out.: priate with regard to any amend-
“It was just about then,” they|}ment tu the Law as it stands at

(From Our Own Correspondent) 5 :
No Forties

“wWe not only couldn’t get any
John Rodger explained, “we

couldn't even lady if she
were over 40."

ask a





Now they will see 3 players}and interested gathering of social
action} Workers.

|
|
|
|

supplying them with ham cutters] the East and the West Indies.” | Smith, Pat MacDermott, Dan S flavour, creaminess, smoothness
and lemonade now for 17 years. Some people remember the| Maskell, Frank Mordan, J. C Alway ‘Lae be sure your custard is Bi or
She and Daisy who is 42 have] tamarind tree only for its use inj Hotchkiss, E. J, Petrie, and Eri ready to Fo! ed ant ee
been selling lunch to the boys] providing rods of correction but Way. ; the first hint | For as long as you... of your
15 years. They first started on the| others remember eating them wie sna a some have not ca relieve mother . . . can remember the
‘ . neatrmnare | -s ittle salt during their s*hool{mamed but the veterans’ intelli | ‘ ird's has been an acsurance
School, Constitution ioae diss rene gence department reports thx of a cold 4 | Wath: Bird's has been an assurance
In those days Combermere] = 232329 ——-———— the youngsters are planning Ideal for use during the Say of unvarying quality,
school did not yr a canteen y > datas. ah tharteentiiete ake ae en So when k for Custard, it’
ar study of the conditions of the one you ask for Custard, it’s
and when sane oo itera: —_ B.G. | lans match reveal that eligibility is _ aoat ke be | wise to ask for Bird's!
with egg me iy ma at confined only to “members” with- ee
— < e eee eee oe Tana in the age limies. The suspicion = seitesniinii itis = == =
ow benches under & cot . oO men exists that the youngsters are | |e: —_—_—_—_— met
aa ny trays were quickly planning to include some of the
cleared, e better women players on their *
When the new Combermere G mbling La G] side, which puts the veterans ; ; » & te L
1 Ws side, puts the veterans a y ba or adties
school and its canteen were built! a a distinct disadvantage Gi enada Straw Zs d



pleased I am to see such a large

Your work may be tedi-
ous and at times exacting. You
will receive opposition and often
resentment in your work. But do
not be discouraged, all Public
Health progress meets with opposi-
tion, but let opposition and diffi- |
culties only stimulate you to
greater efforts. You are perform-
ing a very commendable work. and |
I wish you all success at the con- |
ference as well as in your efforts
to advance public health in this
island of which we are so proud,

with BIRD'S CUSTARD



Day in August. Because of tle
increased number of players cn

the course and an _ anticipated

record number of entries for ail
events, the Committee has deem-
ed it advisable to schedule men’s

and ladies’
days.

eal t
cke

events on different





To make sure of unequalled



















— HAND and SHOPPING —

Embroidered with beautiful designs







which post he retired in 1944.

A man of simple faith, Rev.
Branch also led a simple life
among his parishioners. He was
no Sympathiser in hypocrisy and
was out-spoken even to the point
of indiscretion. It had its effect,
however, in that those who would
prevail on the kind nature of
others were denounced and spot-
ted for what they were as soon
as they went near him. He was
courageous and went among his
people proving that their pastoral
leader was subject to the same

: esterday “that ) prese rele al "mi This team match will inaugur- in raffia
sporadic cases which occur are told the A or ao re am present in relation to ull form $ie -& full eatapalah ef oomsnetl
caused by the prevalence of the Modern Hig! chool was r of gambling and public lotterie: t th ee haduied
carriers, together with an im- oy bavate ee ant chee e aia ie “AP DCR een eo COR fo tee scant “The later Octo Large Shopping Bags Ea. $2.47
or es| no canteen at that school, our sales {m/'ttee followed, a debate in thc ss dae 4 Nera Se
wee thi dienes oe eeeee x Se began tq jump even higher than) Legislature on a motion by Hon, oe eos ee roe Ladies Handbags, barrel shaped .. $8,26
and the dir’ 7S ‘ “| before.” C. V. Wight, and it is expected] oo “Gnd the women claveis "Of Ladies Satchel shaped Bag ste eeeenes $5.04
ere / that the Committee will consider} 4.) ta a Ors Oh
Carriers, Mr. Merrit explained, It is paying work and provides | pecommending a State Lottery as handicap. The Men's Foursome: Dainty Ladies Bag with Circular Bottom and Felt Top i
. j The ak for the C. F. Harrison trophy wil) in Green, Royal Blue and Wine, Ea $2.85
are people who carry the germs]a living for them. They take} wel) as the removal of the ban tke “plnce. in Mennonite
of the disease without showing | life easy. against sweepstakes outside the) Christmas Hamper competition is War Ree
any sign of it. There is no safe| Daisy and Mrs. Howell can re-|cojony, scheduled for December. The
and reliable method by which a count the “robust” life of the Personnel of the Committee are] [adies and Men will play for the
carrier can be freed from infec-| boys of the old Combermere aes Hons, C V. Wight, C.B-E.| Captain's prize in January. In
tion, and thus the problem of the rhe eg mang to be put into the} (Ghairman), Yinceny my =: February the men and women's
vin ier i solved, | SXeleto! ‘oom, Cheddi Jagan, Rev. A. " eters,|] Medal Play Championship anc
chronic carrier is yet to be so! These women used to see » Commissioner of Police, Mr. | President’s Cup ease shee iatat wil) e e
Mr. Merrit also talked of the ; the Cor I
mt or. Frankie Worrell play cricket at the John Durey M.B.E., Mr. J. E.| be staged

cisposal of sewage and regretted
that the primitive privy pits and
pails were still much used. He
admitted that the question of
economics was tied up with this.
Among the activities ee, C d
Ins) rs aimed at minimizing
Inspectors aimed itse primitive} ChampionsCrowne
conditions is the treatment of (From Our Own Correspondent) i
privy pits and pails with emulsion} GEORGETOWN, British Guiana

old Combermere School grounds.

B.G. Boxing



deFreitas, with Major Ivor Robin-

The Men's’ Barbados Oper
Championship is scheduled for
March, while the Ladies’ title wil
be decided in April. Both the
men’s and ladies’ handicap matct
play competitions will

son of the Social Assistance

Department as Secretary

NEW PASTOR
HALIFAX, Sept. 26.
Rev. S. A. Black, a former mem-
ber of the Jamaica House of
Representatives was installed as



be playec

and the mixed foursomes in July

in May, the men's four-ball, bes’ |
ball for the Dunlop Cup in Junk |

In addition to this heavy sched- |

10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street.



and oil as a routine measure
against the spread of Enteric

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lady to play on the over 40 |
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Sept 26. +Ppasto rof the Zion African Episco-

a Men’s Bee,
A record crowd on the BBCC pal Methodist Church here on «

ule there will be

a a

human weakness and enjoining

ground Monday night saw the'siunday—Can. Press. tition each month and a

them to hold fast to strong faith.
Even after his retirement he
remained active until illness
struck him down. His sturdy
cheerful personality will be sadly
missed not only in his own family
circle but among those whose
affection and respect he had
earned. His funeral took place
at St. Peter’s Church on Monday
afternoon im the presence of a
large and representative gather-
ing.

CH

A. C. Bailey

Fever and Dysentery.

5 Off To Deaf

1950 amateur boxing champions
crowned.

The highlight was the heavy-
weight scrap in which champioa
James Bernard found an able
opponent in P. C. Clinron Hzy-
wood. Bernard won on points

The only K.O, was when Deni:
Padmore put James Brathwaite
out in 1 minute 45 3/8 seconds i:

the first round to win the middle-

School
weight title.
crowned are Fly

To-day five Barbadian children Champions

will be leaving the Island to} weight Claude Meusa, 112 Ib

attend the Trinidad School for| Bantamweight Ivelan Stephenso

the Deaf and Dumb, 15 Cascade} 118 lbs, Featherweight Stanle’

Road, Port-of-Spain . Everzley 1214 ‘tbs, Lightweig!s
Three of these children ar@/ Carlton Birkett, Welterweight 5!





Mug and a Ladies’ Spoon compe- |
Field |

||

|

..| already attending the school, but] Clair Christie 141 lbs, Middle

THE death occurred at his| have been spending holidays ‘with | weight Denis Padmore 156. lbs
residence Rhylstone, Hastings) ¢heir parents and guardians. Light Heavyweieht P. C.Bedfor:
yesterday of Mr. Arthur Cecil] “two girls, (7) and (12) will be] 174 Ibs, and the Heavyweig!

Bailey, formerly Secretary of the
Barbados Mutual Life Assuran:e
Society at the age of 65.

entering as new pupils.
Two children come from St.
Mr, ‘Bailey who was the son of Philip, we ars ee Michael, and

: F f ne St. Andrew.
the late W. H, Bailey 18..|° Ia book case the Poor Law
Auditor General of this island wes|Guardians of the Vestry con-
educated at Harrison G@ollege. H€| cerned are contributing to the
joined the Civil Service and ws} maintenance of the children a’
a clerk in the Colonial Secretary's ear
Office from 1901 until 1919. The
conditions of service were nol
what they are today and like mary
of his class Mr. Bailey gave up the
service for the more lucrative
avenues to be found in private
enterprise. He joined the staff of



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Meeting of Hospital Sanitary
Committee at 3.00 p.m.
Miss Enid Richardson lec-

tures at British Council at

the B.M.L.A., and eventually rose 6.00 p.m.
to be Secretary of the organisa-|) Mobile Cinema, Holders
tion. This post he filled with Pasture, St. James at
efficiency to the satisfaction cof 7.30 p.m.

the Directors and the policy holders
alike. He was highly respected by
the staff who greatly regretted his
retirement in 1948.

He was married to a daughter.
of the late Mr. Rupert Redman
and by this marriage leaves one



tribution made by the Vestry

son and four daughters and to his}to make up the required balance] lorry breaking the right ankle
sorrowing widow and other mein-} will be welcomed by the Barba-| and left knee. STOMACH POWDER
bers of the family sincere}qos Association in aid of the He is now detained in the Ter- Bele Agente:—

condolence will be extended. Blind, Deaf and Dumb

the School in Trinidad. The con-

does not cover the entire cost of} morning about 9 o'cloc!: after :
this special schooling, and volun-
tary contributions from the public! his feet from the platform of 3







James Bernard 1924 lbs.

$500,000 HOTEL
FOR JAMAICA

KINGSTON, JCA., 26.

The local Administration
Board granted a 50 year lease
with the option of renewal to
Robert and Howard Morrow,
American millionaire nut manu-
facturers, to erect a $500,000 hotel
at Montego Bay.—C.P.



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IN HOSPITAL AFTER
ACCIDENT
E. C. Carter, a Senior Clerk of

Da Costa & Co., Ltd., was taker
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puncheon of molasses rolled ove:

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<4
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER



CLASSIFIED ADS.

27, 1950













27th September 1947.
Sweet are the memories that
will fade,

never





27.9. 50—jn



HOUSE —- Ashton-on-Sea. Maxwell



| PUBLIC
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NOTICE



1950
CARRINGTON & SEALY,



15th day of September,

BARBADOS







BOROUGH OF § AN FERNANI



installed capacity together
with Transmission and Dis-







ADVOCATE



* SHIPPING NOTICES .......















CHANCERY SALE















(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
Cnr. of Broad and Tudor Streets.

TELEPHONE 2508 THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW Post of Town The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
io siete - scene ibe Applications will be received by the E | i halal ssaniaaidii 1 Buller Bridgetown. between 12 noon and 2 op â„¢. for the au an/ben the
‘ RENT undersigned for the Vacant Post of Ur- ag eer | date specified below. Mf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday
ganist at St. Saviour’s Church, up w | at the same place and during the same hours until sold Full particulars 6n appli-
IN MEMORIAM | FOR ___ | Saturday October 7th 1950. Salary $4.00) APPLICATIONS are invited for one NETHERLANDS somcesssy | C8tlon to me
ee HOUSES = a ee of Health wos the post® of TOWN ENGINEER, STEAMSHIP CO. | ROBERT DECOURCEY O’NEALE. VS. MANNING & CO. LIMITED
: Reem TS Signed C. A. SKINNER, {Borough of San Fernando, Trini- The M. V RADAR" will
IN loving memory of our dear mother - os Vestry Clerk drew. | de SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM on ¢ Taaahoe PROPERTY: All that certain piece areel of land siut City of Bridge-
CONSTANCE SMITH who died Sept 27th panes etean Upner Coltrmare Rock. estry Clerk, a ar . dad, B.W.1, ROTTERDAM AND ANTWER.’ a Cargo =e ‘ pai vie town and Island aforesaid ecaipdnien "Oy Seaman wae wcianna ona Poe
1949 # o Siacbare i ‘eiiliamna, Sane m ne Applicants must be fully quali-| . 2 sersitia” Sept. 29th: 30th, Oct, a oy As cee fy ‘square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding on three sides on _tands of the
A faithful mother, a faithful friend) i.) o673 . z 9 ie, So \fied Electrical Engineers hoiding} ra STORER. CASES wee ~~. | defendant company and on the fourth side on the public wood called Bay Street.
On her we always could depend Teese ieee eopctenionabenind rahe NOTICE lthe degree of Associate Member- SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The M.V. “DAERWOOD’ UPSET PRICE: £2,000.
Every day in some sweet way SAMAAN GGA WO, mainte. |, 1% BEMMBY GIVEN that ts the | oy Instit f Electri & DOVER oe gg oe lhe DATE OF SALE: 6th October, 1950
Her beautiful memory comes our W485! pulp, furnished and Refrigerator. For | tention of Elsie Brathwaite of Kirtons | ShiP ot the Institution of ents | .% “Bonaire” September 16th. Ho kata me Vincent, Geese | 22.9.50-—4n a. hae
No. Verde Suey | Oct., Nov, and eermelephone |i the parish of Saint Philip in this |Cal Engineers or its equiv’ tlt: | saiinG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIDO and Aruba. ‘Date of ‘depart. REGISTRAR-IN-CHANCERY
What we lost one year today Mrs. Gibbons 2617. 27.9 50—2n. | Island, Widow of Benjamin Brathwaite, | Experience of Civ il and/or Mun DEMERARA, ETC will be notified
v- late of this Island deceased, to make | cipal Engineering will be an asset “Helena” Sept 2ist.
Enid & Mazie (daughters), Fredrica) “peACONS VILLE — From the Ist | 4pplication to the Colonial Treasurer ot | ‘B re”
Sendiford (sister). Bustace Gall (son-in= , Corner of ‘Deacons Ra ot Vihie. Inland ts Withtrae Stata Sur Bebiic (°°, tre applicant. eee” Sts nae B.W.L, Schooner Owners JUST OPENED!
jaw), Mitchel, David, Shirley (Gran) Rock Road. Dial 3369 ‘eb'e00--bh ; Treasury on or’ afer the Sist aay of\ , 2 duties or tne post comprise G TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH, ile . A New Shipment of
eS — - December 1960, the sum of Thisty-one\ the administrative and executive AN Willemst a" sept ih, — i! yj
‘00-10 | “aroma ap _— pee fags | Sites tac ict tons Tene tee |control of the: Boroughs sngs| 2 uma. SOP ak an. i NGOLEUM & LINOLEUM
nga’ . Three bedrooms. amount i » | eart * a Pe - a ‘ . . el. No. ‘ ‘
eee aisle. Sao. Sa Pos ite” toe. eroeach eaaenst. he at ee (Oe Department 98 follows:—) Limited passenger “accommodation Come in and choose your requirements
IN loving ory of our dear mother | Medern conveniences, Garage. From. Ist) and being money due to the Estate of The Electricity Works con- available on this vessel) . from the wide range of designs.
October. Further rticulars fi
vho departed on the : pai s from Bar-| jhe said Benjamin Brathwaite, d sisting.ef the Diesel Gener-j] §. ©. MUSEON, SON 2 CO. LTD ed
THORNE who depa' m bados Real Estat Phone 2336 oe, Oneeneet ; ‘ 5 THE
oe ee e Agency ne Dated this ating Station of 2,000 KW AGENTS CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Of one we loved but could not save,

A beautiful life that came to an end,

She lived and died everybody's friend.
The THORNE FAMILY:

27.9.50—1n.



FOR SALE













Recently decorated throughout. to be) she Estate of Gilford Dudley Moore de- Scavenging Services, and
AUTOMOTIVE 27.9.90—n. | Oh, the oth day of April 1980, nae Operations of the Town of | Barbados nnua S nnua § nnua §
CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 Car A. 104 FOR SALE OR RENT are requested to send in particulars of San Fernando. 5 ,, |S.S. “TEMPLE ARCH” M/brough & ;
in fine condition. Recently overhauled.) MARRISTOW — Maxwell Coast, fully See ue attested to the under. The post, which is pensionable, | London 5th Sept. 29th Sept.
New Tyres. Apply to Lacy Kellman,| furnished. Four bedrooms. all modérn| Moees:s Haynes = ‘Ath rie uff? |earries a salary of $3,840.00 —/s.s. “SITHONTA” Leadon 18th Sept. 4th Oct. _
Cane Garden, St. Andrew, | 1 | conveniences. Three Servants Roots | Street, Bridgetown, riffith, No. 2 Swan | <9 00 — $4,800.00 per annum|s'§ “GEOLOGIST” || _T. verpool 30th Sept. 14th Oct. For 1951
Secu Veen}, ANNO SRY Sr ale" Acatinic at seoemnher on or before the s0th day of November with a Temporary War Allowance} SS “LLOYDCREST” Lendon 10th Oct, 27th Oct. |
CAR—One 1947 mode! Prefect Ford in 27.9. Misttiuie ‘tua’ aaaeie Cn ares to} of $288.00 per annum, a
Poca, Womens. wade. Aas otran Smonu the parties entitled thereto having {2 , Quarters are*provided at a rents ,
, 26,.9.50—2n. PUBLIC SALES regard. only to such elaims of which Ijal value of 10 per cent per month HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM a eUelN. 00 partment
CAR — 1946 Austin 19 HP. in good | ————————— Se linple for the. esses or sry part | epee? : Vessel F Closes in Barbados
order. Apply Springer’s Garage, Spry preof 5 The applicant will be required esse or
. : AUCTION thereof so distributed to any person of a F
peed ee | whose debt or claim I shall not then have |to provide his own car for whieh] s,s. “MOONCREST” .. London Mid October 1st FLOOR
CAR—(1) one 1942 Dodge Car—in good Het BONE areas indebted. to tha paid |S e ae, Auowance. of $600,00) S's. “JUNECREST” Liverpool Late October.

condition.
Magazine Lane.

Apply Cosmopolitan Garage.
Phone 3915.
22.9.50—5n























Christ Church, Fully Furnished.
taining Four Bedrooms,
Dining Rooms, Verandah Overlooking
the Sea and all modern conveniences.
Dial 3607. 23 .9.50—Tn

HOUSE — Very attractive «ounfrs
house in the Parish of St. George. Fully
furnished except for silver and linen

Con-
Drawing and

















UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By Instructions received 1 will sell
on Thursday September 28th at Messrs
Cole & Co's Garage, Probyn Street ut











Solicitors for the Applicant
16



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NOTICE

Re Estate of
GILFORD DUDLEY MOORE

deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim against



estate are requested to settle their in-

debtedness without delay.
Dated this 5th day of September, 1950,
ERNEST BERESFORD MARSHALL,





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

| 2+ The Municipal Services
| consisting inter alia of the
| Water Distribution System,

the Road Maintenance, the



per annum is provided.
First Class passages will be pro-
vided the successful candidate





2,300 |

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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

For further information apply to—



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PLLELEO LE LLL EEL AE LP PIO



JUST ARRIVED

C. F. HARRISON & CO., LTD.

GIRL’S CXYSTAL, TIGER TIM, THE CHAMPION,

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CAR—An ARMSTRONG SIDDELEY On Se ies Chevrolet Truck in per- | Qualified Administrator of the Estate of who must be between the ages of DA COSTA & co., LTD.—Agents : MEH
4—5 Seater Sedan. For inspection: ! rect erates onder. Steel Cab. Tyres Gilford Dudley Moore, deceased. vr aieations ss thks” pest loeb CHICKS OWN, THE SCHOOL FRIEND, PLAYBOX,
and battery good. Must be sold. Terms; ~~~ : st
Church Street. Cash. vIn T @ “on NOTICE on 15th October, 1950, and should ~ ° N « l = s RAINBOW, FILM FUN, TINY TOTS, BABY’S OWN,
50—6: ‘ Estate of . ai ies ay" sntiale and t
cata Oe ae reo Brinwos (ean comin, srogcee os Canadian Nationa eamships|§ kxock ovr FUN Book, PICTURE SHOW
TRUCK—Bedford 5 ton Truck complete ve : eceased veo age reall . ” & : ; Sail Sait Arrives Suits
5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ali|/ dressed to the Town Clerk, San | sourupounD Sails Sails Sails ANNU Ss > 7
Re denies es aaa condition: I have been instructed by the Com-| persons having any debt or clayos| Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. Mont: al Halifax Boston Garbados Barbados Nt AL, SCRAMBLE and KIDDY FUN.
27.9 gn | missioner of Police to sell at Cen.rai! against the Estate of Peter Patterson 13.9.50 . = 10 S 25 Sept. 26 Sept .
.9,50—8n | Hation, on Tuesday next the 3ra | late of Ramsgate Annéxe Woodside Gur- oN: _ |GADY NELSON SR ld + eo PONS en a8 One Get yours Now and avoid disappointment
PICKUP— Bedford Heavy Duty Pickup | October. beginning at 2 p.m. the fol- jens, in the parish of Saint Michael in ——-~ ICANADIAN CHALLENGER . 27 Scpt. 30 Sept a Oe ie OL .
dae Utila ahilanwe- and owner iaagine lowing Hams: (1) Gar wheal, (2) | this Island who died in. this Island on LADY oun ‘ soc + Sat edie Saath eee
i cycles (10) Tins o lesties milk, (1) | the 4th day of June 1950 — intestate CANADIAN CRUISER fa San , > %y or i i
island $2,860.00—Courtesy Garage, Dial | Motor car hup-cap, and several other | are Peuderea 4c Geode in. eartionines wane raed tADY NELSON... .. +. 1 Nov, 4 Nov. @ Nov, 18 Nov. 16 Nov Kindly note that this Department will be opened
‘ ‘ items of interest. of their claims duly attested to the
— - : . : ——_—_—_————
5 ear ett DARCY A, SCOTT, | Uindersiged Marian May: Nurse C/o Ai dk ans 0 niall to customers as usual on WEDNESDAY the 27th and
> i r Lu. W. Clarke & Co. Solicitors, James a
good condition, Apply The Manager, - Wha an on -s . ‘ J i Arri Arrives Arrives
s “t Bridgetow » bef tt NORTHBOUND Arrives Balls Arrives rrives T
Nelle Fibntatheta ES, NAG ag 30th day of November. 1990 alter which MOTOR REPAIRS Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal St. John HURSDAY 28th of September, 1950.
+ m REAL ESTATE aate 1 shall proceed to distribute ae *
the assets of the deceased, among the LADY NELSON & Oct. 10 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct, a Oc Telephone 4427
ELECTRICAL HARMONY COTTAGE — Si. George. | Parties entitled thereto — having regara LADY RODNEY @ Nov. 11 Noy, 20 Nov. ~ _ ney
— St. George tonly to such elaims.af which I shall Bee. .. LADY NEILSON 28 Nov, 30 Nov. 9 Dee. _ — 6 Dee.
RADIO — One Murphy Six Tube Pre Sle ipa Aone Me. ene then have had notice and 1 will not SS SOSSSO SSCS SF G9 9S SSO 6 SOS SSSBEEBESSEOOSOS8OSS
Radio. 4239 50—2n : . “[be Mable for the assets or any part * — a
Ho, “Mial : 2.9. if strong, Drax Hall, St, ES 50—dn, | thereof so distributed to any person ot GORDON BOLDEN
RADIO—Phillips 7 tube Wooden Cab- ms P whose debt or claim J shall now them ham
tal 4456 tras arti aera aay —Thave had tice, W.B.-—-Subject w change without notice. Ail vessels fitted with cold storage ©
ingt excellent condition Dial 4606, ENTERPRISE HOUSE and outbuilding grit ail Parents indebted to the BARBADOS GARAGE bere Passenger Feres and freiaht tes on application to

27.9.50—2n



particulars and price apply to Messrs.
Redman & Taylor's Garage Limited,



































standing on 1% acres of land in Christ



































Estate are requested to settle their in-












































































































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ed according to the nature and priority

myself responsible for her or anyone | thereof respectively; otherwise such per-

else contracting any debt or debts in
my name unless by a written order

Church, and f 7 7 ay
LIVESTOCK DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7| “piness without delay. — 130 Roebuck St. ::: Dial 3671 GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
“ ___ | acres of land at Enterprise, Christ MARIAN MAY NURSE
ince a ene Holstein cow (36 pts Snes Serene ae the abovemen- wyiites Administratrix of the Es- oh
last calf) also one donkey ang cart 4 1 | tate of Peter Putterson deceased
with ‘harness. Apply’ to Clarenite Wal- | set up" forsale. by Public Auction Wt "819. 50—4n |
cott, Station Hill St, Michael. | 1, |our Office, No. 14 James Street, Bridge. aie ee ;
.9,60—1n town, on’ Friday 29th September, 1950 NOTICE LA TURISTA ’ \F; § |
at 2 p.m. Re Estate of 10: DAY'S N W f
consi oS & Mage im in rot Inspection on application to Mrs. CHARLES FREDERICK SKEETE u ;
Mile Hill, St. Michael. PLUERE Om She Re aes ae deceased Bem Venido—Tenemos a
27.9.50—5n. | aM» eich Tidans novi ber Gabt’ os cien en Articlos de LAMP SHADES for large FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
ME | 20;9.50—9n. | or affecting the estate of Charles standing floor lamps, and EFFECTS
CHANICAL ——__-__—-- Frederick Skeete late of Mile and a also for Table, Wall and
| The undersigned will set up for sale by] Quarter in the parish of Saint Peter i , : at the
IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — Large | Public competition at their Office 151/152} who died in this Island on the 2th Hanging Lamps. fa
cuantity of 1% inch Galvanised piping. ; Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on Friday| day of January 1936, are hereby re- de la India China Egypt CRAYONS in Wood, | HOUSE IN AQUATIC COURT
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft, Tower, 2%| the 29th instant at 2.30 p.m. quired to send in particulars of their 4 SHOE-MAKERS’ KNIVES
inch Pump and large. tank. Ring 4038.| 44 tang ORL AN VEE containing | Gains, duly attested to ms Nathaniel ep oan lately occupied by
ngherbourne”, Two Mile Hill, St | "aq square feet situate at St. Matthias | sy" e Banfield, Solicitors, Jamen strest, THANI'S AT J. A. ROBERTS, Esa.
oie ; —*": | Gap, Christ Church, The dwellinghouse | Bridgetown on’ or before the 30th day Pr. W Hory. St
One hand operated BACON SLICING |'%,2, two toned, wooden (pullding, of | of November “1960, after, which date 4 cae JUMNSON’S STATIONERY to take place on
MACHINE. Apply B. V. Scott & Co., Which, the first floor is used as 2, hop: | shall proceed to distribtite the assets And HARDWARE | THURSDAY NEE, the's0t, Rept,
+1 Whhaparie 18.9,50—t..n. | Gence, Inspection any day on application | Of the said estate among the parties oh. 4 [POP PODVOODEIDPD IDI SO, eater?
SCALES (B00 ‘to Miss E. V. Johnson, on the premises. gure aa neve Fegai to the OSS SSS! Mahogany Wagwon, Meh, Din-
The G@ 4 Ib.) Platform Scales. | For further particulars’ and conditions of | §°Dts and clatns only of which fT shal! QR | SSSESGODOSHOGE OOS OOY OO OF ar kan a: tee A heath
ath gs Agency Co., B’dos Ltd., 14! sale apply to R. S. Nicholls & Co, en have d notice and that IL shall ! X1S ® ng Table 3 Piece Mah ors
igh St. Phone 4517 22.9.50—6n ! 24.9.50.—5n. ay be liable for a Seen so distributes s g ® Suite leering epshionel, Mah, Gots
cia geal ipa lalate ealaiherptdeatajtngllhs iain teal © any person of whose debt or claim ‘ e X a ’ , ® ee ‘ables, 2 ah, rmehairs, 4
MISCELLANEOUS QUAKER ROAD, Carrington’s Village | 1 /Shall not have had notice at the time > >! $ THINKING OF... o h. Plant Stands, Double Ah
naptime Friday 29th. at 1 p.m. a board ana] f such distribution. wis » stead with Vono Spring, Man
ANTIQUES — Of , Shivie house 24 x 12 x 9, Shed 2% x 7.| And all persons ,indebted to the said WE OFFER YOU X1S q Wirdrobe with Mirror, Mah
Gines ane a . is, Vv! 1 1 a counts without delay ., » & oc Moh. Bedside Table, Paint ‘
» is. d ela) > ‘
Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- closet, palings, LACHER MCKENZIE. | Dated this 4th day of September, 1990, | ¥8 Rs urns inl al (1 Press, Bedstead, Dressing Table
ber ete. at Gorringes Antique Shop Auctioneer N. A. SKEETE Ad x e Sideboard, Divan with = internor .
adjoining Royal Yacht ah, tt 27.9.50—3n Sminad Administrator of the estite x % 2 reheat Mattresses, Large Desk,
-9.50—t.f.n. eee “_, of Charles Frederick Skeete, deceased. | ¥, . x juokshelves, 7 ec, ft, Norge Frig
x : SHARES FOR SALE 27.9.5 s > 2 ine new) 3 burner Valor Stove
ABBOTT'S HALIVER MALT" cho: | 902 BARBADOS SHIPPING & Liacuia! g in a variety of LOOK WELL AHEAD! ‘simon new) Wieetrio Toaster and
Pa as cnn stocks of Abbott's CO: LTD. OF % . Iron, 3 Burner Gas Cooker, P x ‘ "
Haliver Malt” with Viosterol on nand.| g9 BARBADOS FIRE INSURANCE CO: FICIAL NOTICE sonar ae Te hen ene cae Just arrived for your inspection at the
more nt present KNIGHT'S baa, The above will be set up for sale,] BARBADOS, I JALITIES ! . 3 Misoaligneoya | China, GSubsty,
A 26.9.50- an. | “cum dividend”, by public compet!” 'n IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF ’ A Christmas only ugm, Srantatd Lata. Sasee re
oe ‘| at our office, James Street, Bridges ws, L r - P, : I :
eg lah A lle lees sta hin ra By . sul Radio, 6 Tube G.B.C. Radio,
Ls on FRIDAY 30th September instant at (Equitable Jurisdiction). e s a » 3 a
gDRTMLIANTINE — For that soft and) 1.30 p.m. YEARWOOD & BOYC.| VERNON AUGUSTUS HUNTE Plaintl.f RIPET: & OTHER months off is nearer Rion hartge Mesh” Rowke, Wass CITY G AR AGE TR AD N
Liquid Brilliantine’’. Frice 3/- bot Solicitors. 27.9.50--3n | FITZGERALD CLARKE—Defendant PINST "es rN tures and many other interesting
KNIGHTS LTD. 26.9.50-—3n IN pursuance of an Order in this rime than ou think items r
ea set ceca y oa eb ce orce-ie eI PERSONAL Court in the above action made on the TWEEDS y .
Toren a= Oe. two wees) | Oney toe to all Daketor Davina. anv Guanes GREY & ORBAM AUCTIONEER —
property of the Barbados S.P.C.A. er any ¢state, 7 CHRISTMAS — Good Bureaus,
For ticulars Apply to bi H The public are hereby warned against] or interest in or any lien or ineum- oehct nat 1 ° °
Williamne eA. ees OR - eying credit to my wife ITH CAK-] prance affecting ; mecsieel yatdnebes,. | Vetersie John hd. Biadon
Pinfold Street. Dial 2673. LOTTA BARNES (nce Richards) as I] All that certain piece or parcel FLANNELS Monee ca Clem Wushetands a °
27.9.50—3n. | do not hold myself responsible for her! of land situate at the Ivy in the par- ‘ Ce eine ere SEATS, | ALW.S., BAVA. Victoria Street = Bridgetown
| or anyone else contracting any debt Or] ish of Saint Michael. aforesaid containing Night chairs, Screen 7 Bs
MENNEN’S QUINSANA TALC — We] debts in ms name unless by a written | by admeasurement Four thousand seven PI 4 se EE aa dan bee | Phone 4640, Plantations Building.
have in stock Mennen’s Quinsana Talc | order signe yy me. son hundred and seventy square feet or TRO iC LS ‘ é - te = a een
which is an excellent remedy for A= Sgd. WAKEFIELD M. A. ae? thereabouts abutting and bounding on , _ aoe ee Oia acaayT toe ih
lete’s Feet. Try it and see the results. Pasture eth lands of James Murray, on |pnds of % were Suite, Tub, Rush and Op-
KNIGHT'S Ltd. 26.9.50—2n. eine Biaschs Groevencr, «on lands of che Ete. Etc. Bte % holstered Suites, Armehatrs, - EL
samaenteimnenaap . eo ‘orde and on two sides on the public r fi ¢, + Settees and Rocker Couches
STIEFEL'’S GERMICTIDAL SOAP — 26.9.50~2n. | ond called Ivy Road or however cise PRICES RANGING FROM x Dining, Kitchen and. Zainch
Here again we only have a small qusnti- | — ———~ | the same abut and bound together with ” > ‘Tables, China, Bedroom & Kitchen
ty in stock and owing to import re- The public are hereby warned eC the dwellinghouse and all and singular Cabinets, Wagons, Larders, Side-
strictions we are not allowed to import | siving credit to my wife A f] other the buildings and erections on boards, Codlerator, Desks, Book-
anymore, KNIGHT'S Lid. LEOTTA PHILLIPS (nee Alleyne) af 1] the said parcel of land erected apd built $2 00 to $7 98 x boards, i
26.9.50--3n | do not hold myself see Me ape standing and being with the appurten- . . ?
Seren sen onlict aap aie pie Sins iheedincompsaaieentsinte ne Tad MRe Or rece ee a vy a | ances to bring before me an account y
TREES—Eight Lignumvitae Trees— | or debts in my name unless Dy 4) of their said claims with their witnesses, JUST TRY US $ BUY EARLY
To be seen at the ¥.M.C.A,, Pinfold | written order signed by PHILLIPS documents and vouchers, to be examined e -
Street—Enquiries to be made at Chelsea Signed aoe af ter me on any Tuesday, or Friday be- +
Garage (1950) Ltd. ‘phone 4264. gai 7 Cree hay pe tween the hours of 12 (noon), and 3 t >
23.9. 50—3n . » m 709 0—in, | O'clock in the afternoon, at the Office - -
Rete ct oe Mica 8 : ‘| of the Clerk of the Assistant ee of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
t ciie “orate ie hereby Warned MEENA before the Ist day of November, 198), LS. Wil SON
WANTED SEALY (nee Bishop) as I do got hold in order that such claims may be rank- Pr. Wm. Hny. St. Dial 3466 6 le
sons will be precluded from the, benefit GSS OGOCCOBOOSOOOOOOOS &



of the said Decree, and be deprived of















HELP sient, by A ed FRANK SEALY all claim on or against the said property PDO PSOCO PE POPS PE OO %
Ge aratinee aie ; Tudor Street. Claimants are also notified that they % %
SERVANT — Reliable Housemaid, to ‘St. Michael, | Must attend the said Court on Wednes- | & mI %
| live in “Helmsley” Gun Hill St. George {000000 day, the ist day of November, 1950, at | %& I OR SAL x
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{ MISCELLANEOUS The application of Dolly Edwards cote any Pe Oe ee ae Barbados or Trinidad x
“GRABG aul Grace"1a pace Wiles, Se tates | SARCES is aioie Pe ea, Raa, 1 x
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Road, "St. Michael for permission | to | APP Old Gold and Silver. Apply to Leonard | use said license at the above premises. “ ° VALWIN AND A OWINTER—Each £475 %
M Clark, Jeweller. No 12 James St. Dated this 25th day of September 10 = - i ‘
21-9.50—1n | no A, MCLEOD eg OFFICIAL SALE | a :
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INDIVIDUAL COACHING by, English Signed DOLLY EDWAKUS. BARES ‘court or |S. CETTY, MUFFETTEE, BYCHAN, SHAHPERE, MAGK( LADY, ¥
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execubed at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs- ON A eee nae -Defendant Apply: O P. BENNETT, Southern Dairy - Cross ~ Trinidad 4

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19.9.50.—16n,



day the 5th day of October 1950 at}!
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of an Order of the Assistant Court of

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Relaciones Interiores en Venezuela. : s io hisheut pigdas = Li) On eee re 7 .

Clases de Inglés, Frances, anol. ; ssistant Court 0 ppeal a’ QUASI ARE WELDING EQUIPMENT AND
al peree House, Bridgetown, between the hours Pa 0 J

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BOTTLE CROWNING MACHINE--One TT.
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Machine, Apply A. S Bryden & Sons) a. ai a manger’ a and seventy square feet or thereabouts will receive prompt attention from our experienced
y I : 4675. “ ications are invited for the | abutti 1 bound! n lands © : , if ;
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to the Borough of San Fernando, | Gr°ive"%aet onthe ‘public. road. called FRODES available ex stock.

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Applicants Who must be over the| sna bound together. with the dwelling- “BRITISH OXYGEN’ WELDING AND CUTTING
¢ age of 21, must be possessed of a] Rouse and all and sinwulet one, att atid _ EQUIPMENT :
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derm kills the germs in 7 sniguten seam te _ Passage to Trinidad will be pro- NEEDS SN NnOLE ‘i "
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ack on return of empty packa e. Get pp ic aren closing copies 0: Representing
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eo % today and re- |references s be addressed to o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD., } lie Ee 2, ¢
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,” 1956











Here Too The Reds:

PAGE EIGHT
. Sweet music!
Slow Down
From Page 4

World Heavyweight
I ta, 22 Trade Winds!

€ “Ne e |
Title I ight Tonight tne man wh arganised ih fon | cai

in Hyderabad’s rural Telengan,



NOTICE

Police Annual
Dance

|
if SRA VIBW GUEST
i HOUSE

HASTINGS, BARBADGS
EXCELLENT CUISINE






@ Alka-Seltzer gives

quick relief from that FULLY STOCKED BAR











area. ° .
. : y 2 Here, the Communists suecess- Midnight Moon! 7 ‘wit he held at et ns poner , RATES: $5.00 per Day &
Can Louis Beat Charles é fully expioited the Indian Gov- : comforts of bois. Take } upwards
jernment’s difficulties with th : THE DRILL HALL ing Alkca- Boltner. (nelusive)
autonomy-bent Nizam of Hydera- await you at Garrison

e it h 5 \ Apply

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 ; |
vrs W. 8 HOWL.





‘ ‘ bad ae
Joe Louis, and Ezzard Charles have completed serious train As the Nizam’s ‘troops fed the annual Thursday stn — mate
ing for tomorrow’s 15-round World Heavyweight Cham-| before the invading Indian Army, 1950 , ae |
peasant guerrillas seized the arms \| > as Se ate a

pionship fight at the Yankee Stadium here.
" ADMISSION — — 2/6

MUSIC: By the Police Band

lof the fleeing soldiers and took
Both slammed their sparring control of Telengan, a desolate
partners during their final four | agricultural and jungle area

POPPY







































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round training bouts yesterday jroughly the size of Wales, Orchestra under the direc-
and both expressed their confi- | For two years they ruled the tion of Capt. C. E. Raison,
dence in vietors country with a characteristic com- A.R.C.M., M.B.E.

I expect to v by a knockout bination of demagogue agitation|
somewhere before the end ef the land terror, and 3,500 people were op
15th round” said Louis. “But I killed in that time 0999999999599 999SS"
wont try to cail the round | The expedition, however, this N Ss d ss >

The 36-year old “Brown year by the Indian Army and ext aturday Night % LEBANON FORESTERS
Bomber” ho he the world en force has put an end 1 S 301! h s A i 3
crown for neat ° vears befote the Communist regime in all but Sept. 50th at the x ni ary Se °
‘retiring” in M 1 last year has the most outlying jungle districts ; vers rvice
impressed crit I slosir here x ont stone ane members ot

pressed itl in ft ine * 4 ourt Conra eeves 12 request %
workout aving aken off the Other Fronts .. . | CRANE HOTEL M ihe wisesure ot your counpany %

} { ne . + o i ir jer-
cold whieh slowed him visibly last Four other main Communist e sury Fee os Tne a. ¥
week , fronts all show the Communist % Cay Ist October 1950 at the %

Charles, a 29-year old sharp-] decline—in industrial CALCUTTA By kind permission of Col. Michelin pene ae oa % 7 T N
hooter from Cincinnati remaines where an attempt to organise # x Members of Kindred Codes % RAYON SA 1
calmly certuin that he possessed strike failed, in MADRAS arc XM ang friends are respectiully ¥
the instruments needed to cut TRAVANCORE, where rural ter THE POLICE BAND ORCHESTRA & asked to attend x In Pink, Blue, Flesh
down the former champion. | = rorist strongholds have likewise am M Hymn Books will be % " mtahe aud ‘White. |

The N.B:A. recognised World been wiped out, in BOMBAY Under the direction | , %

Champion said {will knock out} yo y . , where Socialists have successfull; PROSE LOLOL. ;

Louis to prove that a man can't] 7: a ee a Pass. Chempion, | prevented Communists from tak of Capt. Raison 86 in wide. :
lend me his tithe and hope to take ;ing over their now month-old Per Yd. ' . t
it baek,” ts beat Big Joe for an awful long} Strike in the textile mills Dancing from 9 to 2 a.m .

Charles “insists that the bie] lime. There are a number of different 8 oe :
welght difference will net trouble die was in Max Baers corner] reasons why Communists in India ; . — rininaipeiesiegenipiitlitiniae ius ci ¢
him. The prospects are that Louis} when the clown prince of the ring} are not yet having the succes Proceeds in aid of St. Philip's Cranch of the Poppy League. Admission 91.00 Sie ati aretene
will seale 217 pounds at his noor tangled with Louis Wlaxie was| their comrades have had i cr untets Dance of the eee) as J 1 , ‘EY

eighing at Madiso, |] ®"ecked out He was working! neighbouring couniries as Chin My ep Schoo! Old Boys’ hasooiatian i «N Z ( ‘
Square Garde ome 15 pound orn r Jim Braddock. Jim was| [ndo-China, Burma, and Malaya r \ ed reeninaed tet the Dance will

» . a 7 2 piene on e nro ake jace 1 the Combermere
heavier than hen he was at hi necked out, He sweated for The principal factors are:— ! Hell og ina Se ee .
peak, Charles is expected to | a Sharkey Jack was knocked Ri ye with my iene Gyan ING SEPT 29 i} 0G be Frisay. Sept. 29th; at An assortment of pretty
avewad 183 pounds Lib, So were Natie Mann, Ai} Chand, the emotions cf the India: | . s : ° ) PERCY GREEN’s 01

“lm used to fighting bigg McCoy, lou Nova, Buddy Baer,} Masses are to-day concentrated | OPEN : th & Continuing i} chestra will be suppl ‘ing the dosigus. 36 i
men” id Charles, “I was fighting ohnny Paychek, John WNenry| primarily on the religicus an Y If You Love .... Or Have Ever Loved . ... Here is the ( Be id - eh ene :

1 al 5. as > . - . - . nae a pholars: Minds. #
heavyweight hen Vr: ake wis and Paolino Uzcudun communal feud with the Moslem | Most Tender Love Story Ever Told... { pood time gy cope Siaggr oes ‘oda fiw VYare s
middieweight and 1 have knocke: | Ray was certainly a glutton for| which partition, and the troubles | 4 a ; 9 a ; \§ Combermerians and their friends.

Sisk ash hear les ; Louis. Jt ther people’s punishment, but arising out of it, have pushed into aac se I aa y 27.9.50-—3n

will certainly know he’s beer hit ayvthoritatively deny the stute=\ the forefront. ) aes

Charles plans to spend tonigh | © yar bought a. wheel Every time I talked about Com-
at a local hotel, but Louis will ¢ arrow to save himself from|munists with Indians, I found ~
straight from his training camp a | ere se ponderous weights.| conversation turning sooner
Pompton, Caltes) Meee Worle ; Arcel has, in fact, said that e| later to the “outrage” of Kashynvr PLACE YOUR BET ”
wetmli i 4 is very confident about this figit | and the “treacherous betrayal” { ON A SURE

. . 4 * ecause he believes that Charles| India by Britain, the United 1 2

Gene Backs eet ut has the equipment to beat Louis | States, and U.N.O. in favour | ENTERTAINMENT 10, 1 9 1 & 13 BROAD STREET

Gene Tunney who retired Ul | id just like to know wno guvc| the “dastardly aggressor Pakistan.”



WINNER !
THE

BEST

defeated heavyweight seme Ezzard a tommy-gun, Communists are unable to come

of the World in 1928 anid = - The Old Jake in on this because their avowed

that he thought Joe ee rae But if Arcel is quietly confident, | â„¢aterialism bars the way to their

win the fight carts, five rou “2 Charles’s manager, Jake Mintz, is taking sides in a dispute fun-
“If Jack Dempsey is not oa 1is old maniacal self. damentally religious







. eyer lived ¢ :
eres mg ogg tonite ie The other day, when he was car- 2. Although the British In-
said nney, to think that}'YiM8 On like an angry Romen telligence Service burned all its
There is no réason S candle, someone suggested that he | les and dossiers before handing f

because Louis is 86 he has noty nig sit down, “How ca 9 | over to the Indians in 1947, the

the skill and power he had when) ied Jake “T can’t stand if al Indian Secret Service, headed by }

he retired. down.” a British-trained chief, has suc- F
} Plans have already been tenta- ceeded in penetrating the Com-!

tively made for Louis to defend |â„¢unist Party so completely the at |

—Reuter.



Louis Also lights
His Waistline

By PETER WILSON
NEW YORK.
You get some idea of the differ-

ence petween Aznerican and |

British boxing “when you learn
that the television rights for the
Joe Louis—Ezzard Charles fight



at the Yankee Stadium tonight
have been sold to a beer firm for

the equivalent of £71,428.
Otherwise the situation seems
very much the Same as in Britain,
with lots of critics delivering
more telling blows than some ot

we fighters. .
Not long ago they had the film
“Mighty Joe Young,” and now

they are saying that they should

have had Louis starring in it and

renamed it “Mighty Joe Old.”
‘Battle of Bulge’

They used to refer to a world

heavyweight title fight as the

“Battle of the Century.” But
youngsters are referring to Joe's

efforts*to get himself into shape

as the “Battle of the Bulge.”

They have got some ammuni-
tion for their cracks, because

his old camp in Pompton Lakes,
New Jersey, he tipped the beam

—and nearly broke the scales—

at 16st, 8lb.

Moreover, his trainer, Mannie
Seamon, doesn’t expect that he
will get much more than a pound

or so off,

As they almost have to weigh
Charles in diver’s lead-soled boots
to get him to register over 13st.,



he title, which he is expected to
win back, in February, Suggested
oppenent is Rock Marciano—who
s nothing more than a good novice
~and that is assuming that he is

| good,

Then, next June, the Brown
Bomber would go in with Lee
Savold in an effort finally to clear
up the heavyweight mess.

Incidentally, Savold iands at
New York to-day, and Jack So'o-
mons is expected any day to see
ig he can arrange a Louis-Savold
or Charles-Savold fight for the
Festival of Britain next summer.

From where I sit, it would be
ensier to arrange the Festival of
Britain,

—L.E.S.

"CLASS" HORSE WON

DONCASTER, England.

Jim Ryan, American racehorse
trainer, hushed sale-ring chatter
at the Deneaster Yearling Sales
by bidding $29,400 for a full
brother to the champion, Musi-
dora,

The reason for Ryan’s raid on
the sale paddocks was fairly ob-
vious. The colt he bought is by
Masrullah (now in America and

much admired), sire of Noor,

had a good boost in Britain this
year by William Woodward's
Prince Simon and by another US.,
wner, Mrs, J. F. C. Bryce, whose











it has tabs on all its more!
important activities, |

When Russia was attacked
by the Germans in 1941 they
called on all Indians to suppori

the sympathy of Indian Nation-
alists.

Indian Nationalists now refus:
to take the Communists seriously
as an Indian party.

4. The policy of bomb-throw.
ing and mob violence that the
Communists practised in Calcutta
and other cities during 1947 and
1948 has boomeranged against
them with the public. They have
been forced to abandon it.

5. The mobilisation of the
peasants against the middle-class
Congress is unpromising at present
because:—

(a) India’s peasants, like agri-
culturists the world over, greatly
bettered their standard of living
during the period 1939—47.

(b) The land distribu¥on policy
of Congress is beating the Com-
munists at their own game ol
offering the have-nots the propert.
of the haves,

(c) The Indian peasants, while
better off than they were, have
not been ruined by an ambition
to form a revolutionary pressure
group. So far there are not even
any signs that they will use nex!
year’s first universal suffrag:
elections to clamour for more.

But the revolutionary point ma)
soon be reached. When it comes

champion two-year-old Big Dip-| it will give the Communists their

ver, is certain to be the winter

first big chance,

favourite for the 1951 Epsom Der- 6. Most important of all

oy.
Mrs. Bryce contradicted re-

that Congress, influenced by the
| conservative Home Secretai’

ports from New York that Ameri-| Sardar Patel, is determined no

the war effort. Thereby they lost|

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•AGE TWi. BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 150 Cahib falling S IR ROBERT AftUNDEU* OoVIlWI.A. fr.. Bakf and i) QrenMa an* View Hot.-l ... jwnnjiaai front Domum .1 on Us* • ..• .i.i., . % %  1 Vanahan. UM < n St. Luc I. .MCVa" WI.VII M B.C. Merchant Leavet H IGNATIUS KAW Ml. II I. via 11. geim., l..t\ *rB. later paid %  call on l! 'aGeoraet*>.. Kx.afca, 1 and Mr. J, urnod ho s... • II. • 11. a OH To St. Vincent i IJO!rB.i: \ ( liM.K. MI.C ; Mr I 'Htumcd home last < N here Kawull arrived tare three Bmgu.g Director ol lhej•*•> "> • -Lady Bodney-1 Lld..lfl laatnightT '•"">,"""" *"•'"' "" l ," 1 """ "" S ?-rv,i Wale,W-uW jl rm 1 Water. Worimna >'. r .Hid .01.1.1 Altar Three Week. VfB.s I.F.K WM ICOTI whoac M H DUDLEY WAII1II Nl t'llliiilMnd In proprietor at 111" sunarintnidanl of h o Collon Etat* in Antigua Amuranee ComJ*rdny nonunl by i .Milav Nolaon" for two week* nolida. ,. ,„. ,.„. c.,nadian She wai accompanied by ho' Iron, British Guiana daughter MlM Marion are Maying at the Will Spend Two Wr-ek niiiNi"! 1 burin vl.ll that after a til V. .!.. Ihree IPUlf which time he top ..I Trinidad burgeon Specialist-Antif u ; h y. N. J L MARGETSON, Counril of Ihr Awmbl^e .( G Mr. 1. II Ikaala. hi-aninaslur of Hie iBdatton Scnoal and Mrs. Bfeaete nl Oisim with whom be to spend .. holiday on his u.iy b.ick home Back To Trinidad M il II1IX DONAVON of UM Aleoii Steamship Company 1 milad, arrived over l k-nd Iiv It W.IA and returned yesterday by the •'Alton Rev M;iT)diaU left h. months aw lo attend a Church 11 nftraoea -1 CamMdga, aftei arii 1 -h hat visited Canada New v rk Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania. On Holida> fR. HA HAYNES pTOprMoi the Dauphtne Estate. Vincent. ..rrlvcd ft mnrnin. on the T.B "Radar" (m M" one week's holiday He is a gue -t ol Mrs K Richardson or Kinit Ran For 19 Week. M R AND MRS DONALD HUMP %  '.ding two wea-iKi aa guests at the Ocean Vu Manager In tl II n.lurs. Ml H i.ni -.1 HKM he cameoV'T i.op.illy lit sell to Tnaaitraa i-t'i "Sajns.ii tnd Delilah," which he consider--d the biggest Cecil II. de Mill, proartvtcn ari s ...kviu oa %  Enjoying Holiday M ISS JK/\N fcl'TUH. Rl ktad and ToUiiiti Tourist Board is at prudent holidayliiB in Barbados as a Mr and Mrs N Farnui.i villa She said thai aha H aajoyin %  1 ban and ani 1 midutt on Oetobar 1 %  A ith thi Lit! Mi Mt-: \ I Mi H For Indefinite Stay M R AMD MRS J, .1 1U.OW 1 Boston, wen day morning on the %  •adv Nebm-i"' lor an indefinite period wid are stiiying nt th<* Marine Hotel. Buiinessman From Venezuela M R MARTINNE OONSALKZ a biiainessnuin of V and his wife are now in Baibad for a holiday. They arrived Saturday to B.W 1 A .-tn.i ;.. %  • Hotel B.B.G. Radio Programme I. 11 -1 •%  ir. %  m rrom irwUiiorhUi BIO aJH nl. Ill -in Worn and ThNw. l 10 p "i N*w \ „m Mu.it r UH-I.L I p.-: Ma WMI MIO Nroxl-al s pin. I Bpotb HrrH* 1 P >"• Uw Proinvnatl* Conr-rrW P-nrw. 4 10 pni Th. DallJ rn.rr. n. Mtioc from Gi '•ncrammPradr • p m. Cam.( ir i—h HI in Thr Piano Tha N--a 7 IS p m I NoI II. I Hotel For Health Reasons M iss JOUPHUI DYER, .i tnaJpaf of Monlserrat, norntnfl in UM "Lady Nttoon H for reason* M baaHh Boa wai .iccompanled Dy her mother and Hiey are stayliiK •* tuests of Miss OHfftth. tri'ss of St Clement'* P Appreciating The Arts M ISS rXORENCI illEANE of I i course organised '. i. Council on developmem of tiif appra c latton of the .il. The course bcttlns on Sepbtmber ii and ends on Octobar lieane i~ in Coveriiineiit In Orenada For Two Weeks M R A S WARPF.N. Accountant .1/ the Itiirludo Mutual Life Assurance Society, left last night on the H Lady N. %  %  aaaJu In thiinterest of thSocittv Worn In L.->ndon recsnllr by actnaa Elaptt Oray. itar of Ralnctant Hsroars a nrw WRAC olBcer'n nalforiti —London Crpresi Service. A RetpectabU? Wardrobe SAN FHANCISCff cresses; 12 hats, a dozen sweaters; Thu. i OM wardrobe a woman J, '" ul 2S pa'" of s hoes. needs, according to testimony by M unTUT:D %  liar Seaman, to hold her HPU mu I rlr.rt IB In respectable society NWESSITY la the plea -ti Bd tutta, OM •very infrlng. ment of humim expensive evening uown (around freedom. It is NM ngumenl ol £100): two "Inexpennive" ones tyruntsh' is the ara a d "f slave. (1:75). M least a do2en summer WIIJ.IAM PITT. I7M-I. M uu evanlng > A N article about birds questions whether the swan really sings before dying Anyhow. It is an idea thai has Insplred ports and musicians In Sibeliuss "Swan of Tuonala." you can hear the ruatUng of the reeds as the bird glides I sjeatically along, and you probily recall, as you listen. Yeata's The hour When The mean must fix his eye I rixin a fadino aleairi, Flinit oul Upon a tony Ln-i reaeh oj olwrrfitfl ftrtatn. And (here inu is lo sonfl. Or. for .i ilifTcM-nt mood than Is Mr Belloc's salute to a l.idy singing SmnU si tip '"'(tire fheu die. .Sinp on, fitiu on Oh. funr I wir'i frinl yon ho.) I n a uriiu' Tkf trombonv rtmlmnr*? D EAR Sir. Our prandinotliei alu'ops (oln'iiiu u'ilh horror at th,ul.n nl a married utoman pfairi'ip Ihe irotubone In piiblic. Thai shou'S (heir hup,riiy. HOW 1 iiu 'ii mraked airay to play if in privaU? It is hcji.de Ihe ouesflon for Mn. Scalder lo •'. cBtr of a inofhei who paaeftMl "t tha breakf,iit (able In a small hoii (la. Tha; is mere'u to br*g thr % %  >"!bone into Kqm IU, bettde* fhe .. Q\ the H W< %  '"' %  ( OTF—H' t ,w to work It: \ \ V D L B A A X .'. lv I. O N a F E L L o \\ ., ;y (.land* for another. In thi* example A Is uatd rirea f-'a, X i^r the two O's. etc Bmgta lattara, apot:. i igth and formation of the words air all hinla. Kl?h day Ihe ad* I ttara sie d.ftcrent A (r> l ilugram QuoMtlon L T II I. H A-G C8NUAJ. TL AlNOCL M ITT %  8 1AG. AN VMSG VTHU NMYHGS \V B M8UG11NA .0 — 8HBSOC. AH! WHITHER NOW ARE FLED THOS.; i ;HLAT:.'ESST—THO.WJSO.V. VW^/aV/aV////aV//rV.VaV#VaV-W//^^^ Barbados* 1st Chinese Reslaurani OPEN EVERYDAY 9 a.m.-12 Mid-nile e uj il.,rrnoiboae in b^cl while husband is tr;/inu to wait Such ca-es arc tXCIpOOM I do oil mu prartisinu >" %  %  had f<>r Ihoaa ieho uutiiny ahaa\ thtra or.tha %  miiu ClOMtet for Women %  010 huiband iidi-n / afl my irouibone. and f can tee hbuiiroiid he is of Rat. 'Trombone Wile '.'.*-. ,'-'a.'*-.**'-**'--.*-***.V*'^a'','*',-,V*'#*a-a*, '.*a*a-Va*a-*^'^-CROSSWORu 11 1 ; w 5 Wm f.AIKTY iThe Garden) ST. JAMES WEDNESDAY and Tllt'RSDAY :(0 p.m. %  Wanstrs Mlia-la l.i-i. .1 -in. >,iiiiifr4> af Uvaarllat lila4lnf Oasaai %  Aaa HharMaa la.k r*raa>. Alaata Smllh l •I THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS" PtSH .1 Nt-(,..-. Um AII.II-I %  p m Im'-I IFII'I II.I'I%  p Tit ItilailiH.. EdHofial• p.m ... Hoial IM pm land and UvM>ock ID Tha Nt*i ISI0 pm Ipterlt*-! %  .in Balaitnf EUrapr II P tlir Third Ptinnftiinf LADY BADEN POWBLL TO VISIT B.G. %  Iran. Oar Own I % %  irapaadf nl i GEORGETOWN. B G Lady Baden-Powell, the World's Ctdaf OuJfe will visit British ,ana ear y next year 1-a.iy Baden-Powell hopaa, if paseagepermit, lo Mend h> February 22. in Hrilish (Jiii.n.. CASUARINA CUB ANNOUNCE A DAXfti NEXT 8ATUDAY KIOHT III IIIII IIWWAKII'S I llll III I K \ BMP1BE To-Day and Tomorrow 4 30 8 30 Republic Big Double John Wayne Van Ralston •Tni: Flt.HTI.NG HNTUCRIAN" AND •END OF THE RAINBOW" with •;, | Eddy Horn Maasey U ItOW To-Day and Tomorrow 4.30 and 8 13 MRh Centyiy Fux Dpubla I \ rooa Tower (lene Tlerney in "SON OF FURY" THIS IS MY AFFAIR" with Robert Taylor Barbara Stanwick ROYAL To-Day Only 3 and 8 30 M-G-M Presents •THE SEVENTH CROSS" Starring Spencer Tracy Slgne Hasso OLYMPIC To-Day Only 4.45 and 8.1S United Artists Presents ••GUEST WIFE Starring Claudette Colbert Don Ameche Thursday Night at 8.30 Mudnm O'Llndy and Troupe In "CARACAS NIGHT" ^ • &f •at**4aaaaaaa*aaaaaaaaaaa*)*>aaaaooaaaaaaaaaaaa*a< GLOBE I an. -. p.m II a in pair) ll.n PLAZA O.alin: t\arner's Thrill Double | Virginia MAYO-Zachary SCOTT tM.DNESDAY A THl'KSDAY '. and 8.30 p.m. ki "FLAXY MARTIN" "I.AND BEYOND THE LAW" i>ii. itcl ai|ltaileil Ui nvflii a.Li. TO belmve m> la ruds I7l KiclamaLioii. I3( TfiUTii doairucilvi Dick I ..r.ii In laiitM >\ri MDAI a si NDAI .-. ..a B.M %  %  lllllia. larllllaia K.-/ A.ltan KiH.ru I sfAMPRDI" la l.l..—BOd C.—n.. Jaanaf Math Hi— I...I ritilit 4) , gOtMUiini uaumsn uisv 11. l-ii'Min 11 union \mi trollBl, IkUtt. 13) I tir tup IS) JO. fraaant. |*i A colonel's oodles-mi-> !n 1 mum 1 iU) MrcO a rtiilrrriii m>iii i4i IjUafi word> detin Mi INian llsrrlar Wltli ctrialn cnaim. h .iuca a liar msy Itavi .. il. 5 J. Floor aoffarll %  %  ..1.. II Kwentlv prociaimao ID UU mm user msKaa -.tl* 1B1 %  id 13. rue aero oiuoaiwwiv .. ia HITI" • IUNJ Hit Alllea *r>HUi.'r*. i~> n.o bde(.. tmtt-i. I 11 GLOBE I'ODAV 1.43 and 8.30 p m lag TOMORROW III ILIKV';* TO LASSMB" %  Di.iMld OUaV and lieraldiiie BROOKS) : and : •ui a is 00.x tutuxiM 11 %  Judy GARLAND and Mickey ROONEY BABES ON BROADWAY" + &f&f +• &f&f&f + &f&f BaiTi. 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The THORN.: l FOtt SAII AUTOMOTIVE IHi Sedan rord V-B Car A "'•* ...nditWMi Hare*iil> mcrhauieO. re* Applv lo lar\ Kettm.m, CAR O". 1*4! model PieRrrt Ford % %  workna ordu lytaa aV-d M Rfj Jn BaVr H F in good "srwic CAH-<1< .-. 1*41 Dodse Car In good condition Apply Coamopoiitan U iiona little mileage and • i.l.nd W.iWIO—Coiirlr-j •SIS Duty Ptcfcui <;.r..e Dia LORRY-Ota III Dodge 1 iood condition Apply The MRS Plantation. Si MidMr ELECTRICAL ^DatAC ON* VUJ '"i !" ". Comae J Rock Road Dial 1 ... „ Ml %  I • withdraw (ram (ha (Mat... i, atoawtng a..U*rn. particular, from Be, a Agency PnoiLe a** IT M ]n ROUSE AaMon-on-Saai. Muwatl cnrut church Fully Fumiahcd Contabling Four Bedroom a. Dr.* in* m i DinUui Boom.. Verandah Overlooking ID* Baa arid all modem convenience. Dial MOT 23 • mV, Vaav •HiarliT a-onnjri houaa in lha Paalah of SH 0..n rff.l rurnMhad ax rapi far Mivat and limn Rarvnlly defer a I n bf M*II H Am B car tatt Available Id November n %  SO—*n I'llllll KARJiK AUCTIONUNDER ^HE IVCRY HAMMER By tnatructtotu received 1 oi Thuraday l-p'-mbar JaXh at Haaan Cole aV Co'a Garaf*. Piobyn RUM . .,..o'clock. DM ill U46 Cnoiolei Truck in P" f*CI working order. Steal Cab. Tyreand bitter 1 Cood. M-.-t ba ao4d. TRtRM Caah VINCENT GailTlTM Auctionrr 2t) •BO in 1 have been in-tri rulumnrr ol Poin • %  SUuon. on Tuead^j Odober. bennniiiK RADIO I'liillipa 7 tuba Wooden CabInet eirelleni %  to Claier&e W I Michael CART B. HAHNERR In r-' 1 Rtnl *QM Sherbnurno. Two Hill, Michael REAL ESTAT ENTEKPHIf HOUSE and outliutldm, •tandina: on 1-. acre* of land In Chita Church, ond nWriJIMl IIOUSF. ataiulInK on acrea ol land at Entarprlaa Chflil Church, and %  %  > %  > %  h jaj thr jboveaner. The abovainacitlnnod piouer..e. will bt ael up lor -J.Ie b. Public Auction a our Ontcc, No 14 Jamea Street. Brtnce town, on rnda,' rtth fteptetnlier. IWM iRapaajtl MECHANICAL on applHatlou to Ml %  pramlaaa. VKARWOOD At in'M I. %  OlKIMR) Ii-„ PRBNI illara an. iiount paid Into the Pubtic Treaeui the 1'rovoet Marshal ol thi. i'ARKLNGTilN A NOTICE II. %  I GILFORD DUDLEY Mi Hint: I-limenY GIVEN that ell perion> havtrm any debt or ilaim agalmt *• Eatale of GUfnrd Dudl. cea-ed late of Henri* Lane In the pariah of Saint Mit had in thi> liland who died on thr loth d-v af /..i ar* requeated to aend In bartKular> ,.f their .mini duly atlcited to Ur under -aPv. .. street. BrHi-winwii. BartMdoi ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. htittaWtT DUiirmiY oNKAl/ %  m e-eh -..-.-ed.. • da aaru. A co LairrtJ* l then ha' •>* liable %  dutrlbutad wlwe debt miU ,i-l BORhM And all peraona Indebted to the -aid e.t-ta ar* requa-lrd to •etlla thaar indeMedraraa without delay Dated thi. 1th .lay of •teotembrr, If6 I.HM-.T IIKilESFOHD V1AHSHALI.. ,'.. %  %  (I,, t'.-tat.„t Gilford Dudl.y Moore, d.ceaaad e of Civil BIMJ or Munietpfal Kiiajinajcrun will be an Witt plkcsuit. Thirty-oi'-' "H* aOn %  L'Ctlllal IX'IMlflinfllt rf^ I 1 TinEleciriclt; Wortu c>iislinfl of the Diesel GemrBlinit Station of 2.000 K .V Inaialled caoacily with Tran'Tu tribution Liner, of Id >0 Vollx 3 I'base 60 Cycle opt i -lion 2 Tbc Municipal B< mler l!a of Lie Water Letttlibutlon B Ihr Ronti M 'n.,: SUM.' 1 Mu control of Buildi i£ loni i>( HM) Ti S.ni K<'tii;iiHlt>. The post, which li pw : .140 IMI gSO M 11.Hi"* i mporan WBI Allowai %  ,.r $28H oo pec annum. Quart*! i %  '. .. renw l al value of III per cent per moiitfc l I mil not part PHa.PCHTY All that certain piece or parrel of land -. • Brtdoa(••••ii and liland aloreaaia coniatnuig by aaRlnaatloei leu tl.uaand "in hunalrM %  aiuare feet n. theeeabouta abuttirai ..ml baua H nul oi tl.ie. dea an Manda of On y .d on the fo*inh .i.le on the public ac.l i-llad tar ttraoi. UM t h Orlober. ItCWi II Will 1AM*. RBOiaTHAKINCH ANCfJt V 1 JlSI ol'KNKI) 1 Shipment of tOMOLEl7M a\ ris in li li C'nmc u and thin e >our requr> merit* Iron the wide raiige of desiglii THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM iCIA'TRM. POl-NURV I.TU—Proa, ictnrt.) llir. of Ml.. Ill and Tudor street*. %  %  i-.',-,'.-.;r ;-,',;',' r 't'r-,'.'.'.'-,',',;•,•,-,' .','.'.* %  *'+'*•• %  .•'* %  *''• %  : until i it NOTICE I % %  ..'! %  I pfmat pAT-ixtwoM M)I"!( I. IS HtHEMV ti!VI_\ that nil ..nut ..n. drlrt in clBj;n. felnut th. I %  '.1 H I iti An ... WoodalO> % %  I Annuals Annuals Annuals at the N.l'.l .K. Book Deparlinenl 1st FLOOR C. F. HARRISON & CO.. LTD. <.1KL'S ( (YSTAL. TK1ER TIM, THE CHAMPION, CkUCKfl OWN. THE SCHOOL FKIEM>. PLAYBOX, KAIMIOW. FILM KIN. TINY TOTS. BABY'S OWN, KNOCK OUT FUN BOOK. PICTURE SHOW \NM \l. SCHAMBI.E and KIDDY KIN. (ir( ytMirt Now anil avoid diaappointmeul. UUtlUATItlN IM.t't^.1ENT lr. nuantliv of l 1 inch Oalv.iniaeil piping Mao Mill. 10 ft Pan. SO ft T.... '/' Men Pump and larae tank HHIE &f > "flherboiirne", Two Mile Kin St Michael n • SO—V. One hand operated BACON SIJCING MACHINE Apply B V -a-mt A Co t.ld.. Whlteparfc. II B W -• f.n. 8CA1J1S lb' Platform The Genera! Agency Co.. B'dn> Huh St Phone 44IT Ml •Manlai undcr.Un-d will aet up fur U 1e by heir OfPcr WUX BuaaL Hilda.town, on Fndi Ihr 2th Inatanl at S.Ml p m ••POI.I.ANVILLRCand Und thereto belonlnE 4.TBI aquare feat altuate at i maiimeGap. ChMit Church. The dwelllnahouae la a two -torted wooden bulldlna of which tha flr-t d-xir U ujai a a ahop. ai.it Ihr aecond floor ai a pilvate rraldence Inipectlon any day on application to Mlaa E. V. John.on. on the piemlaaa. Fat fiirtraer parttculara and condition, of %  ale apply to M. 8. Nleholl* Co. 94* M 5. MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQUE* Of even' d.aertptton GIJM. China, old Jewel-, fine Silver Wal.rrolour. Early l*ook>. Map. Auto(jrapln rie at Gorrtnaea Aiillqua Shop ..djoiT-.iiRHoval Yaehi Club 3 SO—I l.n. "AWIJTTS HALIVER MALT" We only have amall ilorka of Abhott Hallvar Malt" With VIcrol on nand. i buy now aa we cannot import anyKNUiHT'R 1-td ai.t.sa-j,! BRILLZANTINE — For that aoft and (loeav look of vour Hnlr try Bronnn-y Uquld BriilMntina". Frica 1/bot KNIGHT* LTD 3** 50 -li. ,.| caari The S P c \ Herbert M r HC A tT 1 90—3n CART • One iwo whi property of the Barbadi ror partlcjlara Apply to William. Hi* Trearun Pinfold Street Dial *• MtNNEN'S QU1NHANA TALC — Wa iiave In atock Mmncn'i Qulnaana Tan which l* an excellent ramedy for Athlete-i Fret Try It and Me Ibe reri". KNIGHTS Ltd. aa.ff.t0~^n. %  lUVB.** OERMtCtnAL aOAP Here again we only have a mv.ll qu .nil ly In atock and owlim in Import R %  trtclton* we are not allowed in import ... nimir KNiaKTS l.ld. M* an Lltjnumvltae aaan at the V.M.C.A.. PinfoH Itieet -Enqulrle. to h. mad' at Chalaei Garage ilB60> lid -phone 4JM. 11 • SO—j„ WA.VTEV HELP MISCELLANEOUS Appi. t 12 Jan INDIVIDUAL COACHINo by Enallah Univeralty Graduate. School C'ltiRrate and CommercUl Proof-Readlna. Typina and Slencllllna efTlclently and quickly r ecu ted MIMI GOODING — Tel B33S l>...-ian. tora da Idwm Profi TradiH-mr OBcUl del MUllaterUi n Helacwmc. Interktrea en Venaauel" Claaaa d* IngMa. FT-nc*.. Ibp..-. Alemann f Itallano. Para lrvaciipci>'balafono *a*B. de I 30 p m afem Cuiao deada 1M. de Ortubre. *ra Carlota Oonaali-aa. lant. Clara, ah Lawrvoca M.t.B*: %  %  OTTtl riioWMNi; V.M DIM W. >reond hand, hand operated Crownin Machine Apply A s Brvden soi iP'dna. Ltd Phone 4aTT3 R • Ki |r Ul'AKEP. ROAD. Carrinilon'a Vlluute Fridav l*th at I p m a board and He houa* H • II • I. Shed Mil Kitchen 1 x I covered with wr-rjic. t. pillnu* Land can ba rented a u-ii H Atiriint M< Auettoneer CO LI HAHltADOK HRE INSl'HAMT. I The above will be net up for • %  urn dividend", by public compel" our ofnec. Jamea Btreai. Bridgei FRIDAY ih September inatanl 30 p.m YXARWOOD ft BOY Solkitora. n s PERSONAL The publK are heicby warned •*aaj* giving credit to my wtfa EDITH CMUJTTA BARNES mee rfichard,. I lot hold mya.lf rcipornlblr HR hj I nvone elae contractlni any debt 01 DBV .a In my name uni->. by a wrRtaC .irdar .igncd by me SBd WAKEFIEI.D M A BAKNr--. l-aature Ki.a I Bank il .". st nor, • i The public are hereby warned aauj giving credit to my wlfa AI. 1 *• IJXITTA i'lllU-U-S ir.ee AUaync II •ot hold myaclf revpor-raile lor M anyone etao ivnlracltng any ii-i debia In my name unlea* b) written ^*S&&'Suu !" King aoara* Raad Bank Hall Croat Koal. Tha public are hereby warned aaami _ivlng crwllt to my wife ELCESi FEALY inee Blahopi aa 1 do f^ h?" aa-arir reaponatble for her or anyon contracting any debt o. debt. name unleaa by a wrltien on}' Sgd FRANK BXALY Tudor ftotef HI Michael LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Dolly •"•** holder Ol Liquor LK^nr* No M* laao In rrapect of a board end ah nun. ahop attached lo a realdence at Baatei Poa*. Bt Michael for peniuaaion u-c aa>d licenae it the .hnve pre-iiiwDeled thla 2*th day of September i*tf To T. A McLEOD Eaq Polio* Magtatrale. Dial "A". Kilned IXHA.Y FTIV.AKI>Applh..i.i N II —Thla application will ba OOaatdered at a Ucen.ing Curt to "S."""' At pulM-e Court. Dlatrlet "A on Thur.r?a* the ath da' of Oelober 1M at II Eczema llch Killed in 7 Minutes Tour akin haa nearly SO mUIIon tiny BMfraS and pi.r.a where term* hl.la and cauar IcrMbU It. hlaa ... p^lina;. Ilurnlng. Acna, Rlncwornt, Paorlaala. Iilackheada. I'lrnplea. Foot Itch and etb*r Ma ml lfcaa OrCUnan l.-.t-r-m, B lv* only temporary ra'lef becauae they do oot kill the germ cauaa. T.a new dl-nv-ry. Nlaoaerm ki. 1 'he cerma in 7 mtnuiea and la .'daranierd to *lv. ; ou a aofi. clear. atlra<^va, Bmooih akin fa ,m week, or money pockaga. oat l-uan •i*i '-ml | Nivjden • or Skin TrouL. rs u-ouii, %  BOROl'CH Off MAN FERNANDO I-HI of Assist..--. 1 Town 1 IIUIIM 4 r ApplicaUons are Invited for thi post of Assistant Town Engine? lo the Borough of San Fernando. Trinidad. B.w [ Applicants who must be over the age of 21, must be possessed of degree or diploma in Civil and/or Municipal Engineering from cognised University. The salary of the post, which Is %  nulonable. %  S2.40O.OO Slu IN) —$2,880 00 per annum with nporary War Allowance 288 HO per annum The applicant will be required to provide his own tar for which Travelling Allowance of $480.00 per annum Is provided. Passage to Trinidad will be provided the successful candidate. Applications enclosing copkei credentials and the names of two references should be addressed to the Town Clerk. San Fernando. Trinidad, B W I and close on 15th October, 19S0. bra me aflartUia All that ..( 1.....I .Itn ile Lb ol Sain bj ,.,ii mm hundred %  th.TC about La! uli of Jamea n I anc h* O roevanor, Porda and on t,. ,.i Ivy Hoad _. .. I l-.iu.il btgether with %  hOUM and all and amgujar .ildingi and eieetiona on aold parcel of land erected nyd built ding and beln| with the > bring fief ore me an MCOUM •did clali.i. with IhHr %  llnagaja it. and voucher., to be eaamined Tuaadary. or Pi tween Ihi ocl..ck In the altemoon. at the Of tha Clerk of the Aaalatarrt C Appeal at the Court Hotaaa. Ilndget liefnre the l>t day r t .-drdlng to of i onpaotlv a ly. otherwia* aucr paa on. will b* precluded from Ihe, benefit the aald Decree, arafl lie deprived D .. or againat the Mid property ala notlfli that th.. .. I Co.!.SRI Wed...Ihe lal dev of November. l**u rtaaa their tald gUinM ic ranked J en under n.v hand lhl 2tno %  *] gurt. IS0 OFFICIAL IN TNI ABBlTA> A PP.* lEBultable Juri AUOVBTtBS IH'-.TB PL.ii.1 I rT7^itaiAI-D CLAHKB Ii*l-lant Ni.TKE la herebv aivan that by vlrt. or an Order of Ihe A.-i.Unt Court Appeal dated tha Sand day of Amvn !• "trie kill lie aet up for Bailor hlehi'-l bldd" a' the Oftlce of tl rt of Appeal al ihe Court II i Brttlac'i.' 'i bet warn 'be i"in of It 'noon' and I o'clock Ifi the afterFriday, the 3rd da> mi Nnvamhundred %  ^_i-.,i ..I niar..' I ford* road • .. ^.i .'.-•..;. if land * li helrt* ailh' the appul ,^t then xild the .aid proparlv Dated Ihi. Aria t.'l-i ion voi %  INVIHAMI v ii.— c rivai IT ANDREW D SIIEP BapreaenUna Your enquiries for WELDING PLANTS and .>ffuipmenl will rectivo prompt ittentiaa from our ntpei StaVA All types of Ferrous and Non-Feirous ELECTRODES available ex tOCat, BRITISH OXVliLN WELDING AND CUTTING EQUIPMENT We invite you lo insj,<'-'. our slock of lUndard items. Special enquiries will r*K**lv*j our immediate advice and attention. STAINLESS STL) I I \BRH ATIONS— "F1RTII r.ICOWN WE have now in ttocl H AINI.ESS STEEL SHI ETS and arc fullv equipped lo handle bbriORtlOQi to your D this modern ,: steel. : 7#M> mAMUmVUP0S #W xnHY MML $ White Park Rod. M. Michael, j Dial: 4S4G ..r 4*150. ^da^t^tXeV^ft^CaCdBa^ ^ HARVEST QUEEN THE POPULAR BRAND SUPPLIED BY LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO., LTD.



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PACK KIC.I1T BARBADOS ADVOCATE HIDSfSPAY Sf.PTF.MBKR 27. 15(. World Heavyweight Title Fight Tonight Can Louis Herri Charles? NEW YORK Jo>i in row a v.n.k. %  SUt'liuin here Both -lammed their spurring partners during their final four training bout* yrsterdi<> ,i' 'he ffld o( t'*i %  The ::"UMl i %  1 %  i>rs*e.J ., KM to cut down %  mpton NBA reoogslaed WrM rheanpiun **id 'Twill knoch >t "in can't • it it i> %  %  is pound peak, Cl %  "i '" %  %  pounds M ttKhtmi mlddicwe out mil I I %  Churl*plans lo spe, 1 auj iniii< camp I Uik. -. New M0I ">. (;piir Iliirks I .(rim Ocne I defeated heavyweight U | the World In 1028 Mcinjn*> tfieateat fllhlrt •* %  said Tunney. %  then Joe Louis is Tntct is 00 reason lo think th..i because Louis %  W ne hja n, ' lie retired" —Krutrr. Here Too I InRedl Slow Down rrMi race the man who organised the Ind %  U Hyderabad's rural Te|eng.i.i, %  Here, the CommuMiU HKc*w fulU exploited the Indian Cov[crnnunn si* Ui I Hvitii. Ni/am'-. troops I'I %  %  ..Mi f %  MM Bat %  %  in* ring %  working Louis Also light* HU Waistline |Sv PETER Wll v *>\ NIW VUllK. YOU ii• oountry with n enaracfati hfnrtrlf ">f demagogue agitti"ii %  nid tarror, and MOO people weie kilkM in that time The expedition, however. baM vear by the Indian Aim polka ioni %  > %  put i the C'nmmuniM reifime in ail bui utlying lungle dlatnrl i-n Other I % %  i . Fuui other main Commiiin-1 Com munU t VLCUTTA atlempl in i i tiled la %  IMHIAS an.' TKAVAM'oi I ronst stronghold.have I0uwlc >i IIK ip.il I.. i A arlth in* f"i< Chand, Ihe eni'ihon* %  f the buHni : ,.. I .1, '. larHa on tin rnmnuiniil fruit WHI IhJi M whirh partition, and the tunili III of it. have pushed into Ihe foref'. f.i i %  UnM I talked about Comth Indian*, I found th>on tin ntng aoonai i the *^iuttxur ol | ami Ihe "treaehenmbetrayal'' I India by Britain, the United States, and UNO in favour of ihe "dastardly aggressor Pakistan." Communists are unable to come i on this became their avowed materialism bars the way to their taking sides ui a dispute fundamentally reuflouj 2 Although the Rn'.i.-h Intelligence Service burned nil lb Blti ..!!(! ill, -MM J-f IV I... lull.., over tu the Indians in 1947, tru Indian gaonH Si m, <• heade; has tiibi on all It, m- ii. weategj foi Jnek wa ueki %  n Natle Mann. Al lot Won Bud B %  • hnn i'a>.hek. John i 1 idun. i' .. uluiton fa %  i, • Ii trwn i %  is very confident about this fin'"i %  %  thai Onartes NMU iii. i i I'd iUSl IUb| in ktfw WM r (Bard a uinifii>-gun. The Old J.kr But if Arcel is quietK eonnden;. uiinager, Jake MBMa, I us old maniacal self. The utner da> when he was oar %  yniK ou like an angry Roimi casidhf. Fomooue suggested that hi ihould sit down -llov. can 1 ellcl Jaka -I can't stand if I sit %  Plans liave -ilrculy l>cen tentai iiitor Louui to defmid he title, which be is expected to • i -.In Kehmatv Suggettetl I "hportanl activities nppon s Hoik M.nciano— who I. %  ."*8JI Rusr'|Qg mmthan a good novice [ ami that is usauming thai he is Then, neat June, thiBrown %  ould go in with Lee Savnld in an efTort llnall> lo clear up tbe heavyweight mess. Incidentally. Savold >ands at New York lo-day. and J B %  *'nions is ex|iectM any day to see ,i ba OH) arranga <> i^oms-Savold pr Ch a wi w -Bnvold 'ight for ii"-' peatival oi Britain next lunuaa r'i'im where I lit, it vvmild b* ensier to amumi Iba faabnil ->t Britain. "CUSS HOfiSf WON ItONCASTKU. Kngland. Jirn Ryan, American iaechor>e trainer, huahed aale-ring chatter .! tin Dannaelii Yearling sales by bidding *2B,<00 for a full brother to the champion, alusi,-i.t.i. The reaeeq for Ryan's raid on the aale pa.id.ieks was fairly obVloua The colt he bouKht i> h> Mnsiuliiih (now tn America and much admired), sire of Noor. three times conciuennnt fitutii:i American Turf interests have • H\ boost tn Britain this *ear by William W.—lward'i Un m and by another U.S.. wner, Mrs .t v C Bryca, whose .-hampion two-year-old Big Dipcertaln io be Uuwlntei _voui ite for the IWI Ev*om Derajr. Bryc Mi%  can Jockey ncted reYork thai Unei Eddie Aivar would Big lHpi>er In the English M yoer. llEHl mickey, probably rtarr, r.,.r. will ride B INS FIGHT BROADCAST The lleavyweight Title P.. .MIL. ci.nte-1 between JeU I.nuts ind I'.irard C'harle* al Madison Hnuarr (iardens tMlaht will be breadea-l al II p m local lime. %  ItgnhCd by the Germans HI 1941 they called on all Indians b the war effort. Thereby they l> the sympathy of Indian KatkHl %  Indian Nationalist^ now n-fu-. to take the Communists scrlousli.s an Indian party 4 The policy of bomb-throw nig and mob violence that tm Communists practised in Calcutta and oilier cities during 1047 un. 1048 has boometunged again I them with the public. They hav been forced to abandon It The mobilisation of ths peasants against the m'Hdlr-cliiu Congress is umuaromaung at present because:— (a) India's peasants, like ngnCWlturkKtl tiH' world over. greutl> iM'ttered their standard ol Uvh1| during the period IMS—47. (b) The laud distribu/on polio Of Cnngre** is beating the Com munists at their i wn airw o offering the have-nots the pretM 11 • if the havea. fc) The Indian peasant*. whiU hotter oil than they wen-. hetVi nut been ruined by an ambition test agkgrtOl and agents are in prison. And yet I belie\'e the new Iudi.. stands a good chance of becomim • .if BovuKban in Asia a ti, the Weatarn way .%  %  is the exi inalonl of Don raunlet China. it is one of the Irenlei o| hit lory that Ihe man liehind tin danger trend is one of lldM 1 mcart Westein minds But runic ; .lx.,ii the) tomoi ran . —1. | s ^They'll Do It Every Time *—*—— tyT lTnsn y' Hatlo )d C HASSLE WW A 90-7Ai FIX-FDR-FP^FE PERiOP WMEW HE BOUGHT MIS MEW PUSHf/OBlLE — ANP, OH, HOW HETDCK A7VAKTA6Z OF IT.' / YESSIR, J YES5IR. V= VESSIRJfeRKo SERVCT. IRES A LUMP IN THE FLOOR T ULT AW A LtSC IN THE HORN! L THE ci6.4Kerre LI6HTER WO6BLES-' r 60T A 90-PAY SU^RANTEE ON TMiS CAR, AK' X W^NT ii JENNIFER JONES J0SEPHC0TTEN the screen's most romantic team DAVID. O. 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A FAVOURITE IN STOCK AGAINVAN HEUSEN semi-stiff collar attached Coat Front Single Cuff SHIRTS at $7.63 C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE -r.srj^^/^* v y ^ OO OO Ki^ i n*>



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATT WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. l5e HENRY ^ ^J&*& BY CARL ANDERSON SHINE INSIDE REPA.'g MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY E SAFE NOW, I. BL>.' "r BY CHIC YOUN"-, THE LONE RANGER .47'* BY FRANK STRIKER K. O. 4'AMM#M T NE SEARCH AND THE SERIAL— ENIS USTIN STUAAf %  •( OBy OUSlvAFSMf LOVED )V1IS r>Ut lit *VOWlOlJ7T MTINDIO TV it/la >tfMVl/| f**-^—lj^> M T CWOS *OA MBP1.1 Ml lfH"T Nf IAV3 IN THIS 1 > ^J fe ^ *0 5( DNOVI HIM 7 NOTi-'erwanr o* CAKAMI:U>I/| >2^2L \'ow*/' MV DAKHfifs: 114 HOI / jpiWt. 1 BEVVAHI C ^ tttWAHl 0* fj "J** flleoeverr make* It aoaetble n. quickly and .aaily r>auM oaeeanoic and keffla. to I In I.Vr. yat II ti abeofuiery t.armlrtt and natural in Th.on u of lb. *.m..*r.,r die* .• IT. ralied VI-Tib*, has b.en eo great In Ar %  %  |c Ihal II la a**r being •ttotrtbuled b. -II -heiHl.i. here under guaranl'* or*cmpletr -.tl-fii lion or momv ea.k In other Ward*. ViTabt muel make vuu frel rufl of >LBO<-> end .nergy and from 10 to N yaara yourger. or > u u merely return the .lapi* Mour ironey r-acK A ape y7t/ ^ tfaUue* ore KEPLER'/ On Lhd (• all day Bad framing, IN ; an woader ebildnn orrd estra aonriiktit l %  i vr lbr w K*pW' and aaa haw they ikriva and gala weight—it i. riea in the viUDtnM thdir growing bodie* aeadl. It* saahy-aweat Onvoor iao pltataat to*. Adulu will gad 'Kepler' a real etrrngthroer ia rtBTiliiraanT Y OU Wtll bw Jrlighted With 'Ov*liin' anlxad Cold. If U the Ideal hoi -eaiher Jrink . i dalldoualv cool, crtsmy and rofraahlna . moal nouri.hing and auatain%  Ba. By iwapartog Ovaltlna' cold—huiaad of hot—you M)oy th aanaa ha*lth giriac ^ualliiaa ihat have made It ike world'* BOM poayular food beverage. ThU ac l aaitanc combiaaUon of NAturat'a l>..t tin i I I'rmiJr. Important nuirlrlva elrniruo. Including vltaailna. of the utmoat value In pro muting phyalcal fitnaaa and vitality. An occasional glaai of Cold 'Ovaltina' during (ho day will help quickly to revive flagging %  and energy. It la eatil* prepared by adding Ovmltine to cold milk, or milk and water, and railing thoroughly with a whlak— hrrilll COO U.H OIL WITH HILT IIIHC1 ft A .UHOMSII I wnico-e • co noeucr 0 valtine Energisinif-Refreshing-Delieious



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WEDNESDAY. SFPTFMBHl 21, |> BARIIVDOS ADVOC ATIPAGE FIVE Food Places Receive Great Attention By Sanitary Authorities REGISTERED with the Commissioners of Health of St Michael under the Head. Finxi Places, arc 2t> restaurants, 12 lunch rooms. 46 bakeries. 32 cook-shop*, 10 aerated water factories. 3 candy factories. 5 soda fountains, two clubs and one ice cream factory. Thia information is contained in the annual Report or the SanitaI tion Department of Si. Michael for 1949. It it within the llmlti of the city j that most of the above places are found Baxter*) Road. Nelson Welfare Clinics, of il Street. Bay Street. Suttle Street '" account for many of the Restaurants listed, and many of them go under the name of this or th .: cafe Chief centres for the city bakeries are Baxter's Road and Labourer Remanded F RANK DRAKES a 30 year-old labourer of Cave Hill was remanded until October 3 by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod yesterday when he appeared before him charged with the larceny of Cl. 5. from Sydney Williams of Padmore Village, St. Philip K dotted over the T URTLES ARE WORKING I "<*!-* fountains overtime at night. Anyone l stores '" Broad Street walking along Martins Bay at ight would see turtles making Ihc seashore and burying TAMARI\DS-0\E OF OUR OLDEST EXPORTS BARBADOS has been this] more than a century now Thej are i nc of in Worcester Sauce and Fruit s few and the best known local)] .,:< and A. E. Taylor Rod • 'VetitROr**, Christ Church, and Mi C A %  i i' ea Advice I o Mothers I n#jhl to %  :, k ,1! (hr ; %  I Discussed At Clinics Conference Reprr-en la lives of theBale e Clinics of il., %  > i-inference for the first im, yesterday morning The conference was held at (he Dnl' Hal) and among those present Governor's wife. Mrs, AW L Savage The conference was organise; Roebuck Street, and cookshops are *£ *"* Barbados Women'? S iiy also holes Ihcir eggs One boy from that district told ihe Advocate yesterday that there ar e various times when the turtles rush to shore to bury their eggs. Catching a turtle on the shore is a tricky Job and can be dangerous when one does not know how to approach the turtle. But many of the boys who patrol the shore don't want to catch turtles. They only want to see where the eggs are buried so that they can pick them up to atU (o people. T HERE WILL BE A I.SITH) Swearing-in of new Senior and Junior Soldiers at the weekly Holiness Meeting on Thursday September 28 at 8 p m. at the Salvation Army Hall. Reed Street. K ecru its from several country Corps will be among those to be wornin. The Divisional Commander Major A. E. Moffett will lake charge of the service. TMIE FINAL LECTt'RE to x teachers on "Important Points '"Technique and Interpretation," 3 "* lv,fn y Miss Richardson al the British Council this evening beginning at 6 o'clock. A musical film will be also shown of a competitive festival in Canada VjEETTNG of th* Worker*' ^'AEducaVlonal group takes I lace at 8.15 when Mr. Aubrey I'ouglas Smith. M.A.. will takti.e chair. The subject to be discussed w.ll be "The Trinidad Elections" and the leader of the discussion will be Mr. J. Y Hewitt, who paid a special vh. -o Trinidad to observe the elec toral niiichinery and other phases or the recent election. \ COLD CHAIN valued at $20 was stolen from the house of Dora Felix of Water Hall Land sometime between 10 a.m. and p.m. on Monday. The mntter is under investigation. Health'' So isit therr WeUare league and its purp.se is to try to co-ordinate the services of the various baby clinics Among the matters discussed yesterday were the organ *alinn these places registered KiT*!'*" !" ..ST 1 A""" 1 '"'" "' ^„ mm .-.[ !" I— _ bab > clinic, and the giving of advice to muthe The Drun The two food to their clubs listed cater foi members. Why ai t h the Commissioners that inspectors The conference contin i today vUlt then, r.,ul.rlT .nd otaerve cioii large and representative gathering-. spotyesterday that his department naking every effort to make ueople samtat lr n-conscious hopes that the study of Hygiene will be made an Important part of the curriculum of every school His report shows that 1.356 visits were made during the year to the food places listed above. From those visits he finds that aeveral proprietors are ready to co-operate with the Department in maintaining a satisfactory standard of environment with attenuon to personal hygiene in their operations. It was observed however, that quite a few neglected these very necessary consldcra(ions. This was particularly apparent in small bakeries, and in a lesser degree on aerated water factory premises. Mr Merrlt discussing t h e nltation drive, turned naturally to Enteric Fever, which gets into the system via the mouth and thence into the stomach. He pointed out that the incidence ol Oils fever has dropped considerably In recent years, there having been just 33 cases In 1948. The year 1924 was a peak year, with 275 rases recorded". infection Mr Merrlt commented on an article which he had written in 1947 on the subjind reliable method by which a carrier can be freed from Infect nn. and thus the problem of the chronic carrier u yet to be solved. Mr Merrit also talked of the disposal of sewage and regretted that the primitive privy pits and pails were still much used. He admitted that the question of rconomics was tied up with this. Among the activities of Sanitary Inspectors aimed at minimizing the danger from these primitive conditions Is the treatment of privy pits and pails with emulsion and oil as a routine measure against the spread of Enteric Fever and Dysentery. wife of the Governor as a member of the -ommittee of the League and during the last thirteen ycai? as far as she could remember, she had not met anyone who had displayed such general interest In the work of the din cs al had MrSavagi Mrs Daysh thru expressicl regret that the l-eague's former President Hon'ble Mrs M. Hanshell had been d because of the bteraaafnj work demanding attention in the legislative Council. Mrs Daysh spoke of the very valuable -ocia' work Mrs Hansrhell had done and said that her service to the community m this respect could be a wonderful example to them all ~r. F. N. Grannum. the first guest speaker, then addressed the leeting. He spoke on the Island's Public Health Services Fifteen Years Of Lunch Selling i to SI 44 prices vary act.* 1 St Phih-. %  Whose tnMichael Mi V V M, let 0 the firm of "1 %  Tiiinarind Work*" .iv M n %  -*nnnnd track He told the yesterday that Ihi rinds grown In this Island are x ported in Indon It i ler quantities I A us! ml n and New Zealand Mr M.lln said, the : %  cherries" but in Aiurrslla an4 New laaland they wan known as iat< <" Table Tennis Team Off To Trinidad Diwasc Must Be Prevented The Ihrec-mat; Tennis Tournament which %  Table I the i |-n. NclThe school boys call her Howcll she Is 62 years old and hai MM supplying them with ham cuttan and lemonade now tor 17 years. si>c and Data who is 42 ban been selling lunch to ihc boys IS years. Tney llrst started on the job at the old Combaratn School. Constitution Road. In those days Combe rmcii' school did not carry a rsMifaan and when these two women along with other lunch sellers went Into the school yard and Ml On low benches under the big cotton tree, their trays were quickly cleared When the new Comber mere school and Its canteen wan bttlll most oi the sellers at the olo I school gave up the job. but Dad} and Howell still saw a future In it. But the school rules disallowed [Sir Charlaa Woollen boys from going outside the gates _„ Committee to buy lunch fiom ihese women and their trade begun tO tiki "It was Just about then." they told the Advocate yesterday "tha. the Modern High School was removed to Roebuck Street and with no canteen at that school, our wile* began to Jump even higher than before." Important Fruit Sot . | %  sani %  in, e It was tl naval craft not lo 'cave Enghs.i n>rt^ v Hhoul .i BUM ^ n( u i shic Sam -mt fruit sails of which the pulp of the tamarind wai an Injfrai rt seasobegins in Januai Con) .mada wttr. tha ownai uf tamann.i trees before that t.m. and whan i read] to be picked %  ound im n, skiiiiii in cUfflbing lo pi. %  rheg are then ahelled i eit in molaaui in re pork barreu Th< 'as a presi n live •• tl I kept HI bond f"i i low me, Mr Miller wild In recent y art, Mi Mi. -i nd, a quantity "1 Intil in lamar.iuls had been shipped u. En |hu without molasses. The Encyclopaedia BrttaiU lea describes the tamar nd as the pod*. "I %  • Uniiniiiiu. tree, which are hard exlemally but within tilled with an add Julcv pulp i m taming ugar and varloui acid* ,.,| ll( tAlll such as citric and tartar c. in pomrepresent th blnallon with poUish (Ted B laaan, eompriseU of Norman %  M (Jtvarton), i'.,j.t Frank WilJoughby (Pelic.mi and H i> Ul U bl %  nines). has K-cn nighU weekly st rhe VMrA in preparaton for I iment. It i o Bjrve n goerl account of itself. "ill the :>rt oeeasior ..n which QIM ai i CorbtD will repre. *ent Barbados, Willoughby having havutf done so in Brit sh Guiana I real BB l aatiag taking par,in the touniament are .Ian ik I Oulaaa and Tr ini dad, the last named being the vaaua me intercolonial matches for %  % %  nast IM years. Last year Jamaica staged W i Hngli ChaaBptanfchip featuring Ivan Pti.:. Brluah Qulana and Rafakn Oosnaa iixmi TrhUdad wi'h th.i.,ifi winning ;he championship So far. Tnnidad Table Tenn %  fans h IVI cvn i. pi %  ttsum tram Brttlan Oeaaaa and Barbadi>s m aettDB M Trsnttiad LO. in ItMH and Barb-idos %  em inii.itisit te B.0 akM r* Row thai will see S playn from all the colonies in actsO I lo decide whfc | %  im cung ona but ih v Si ; I plon or the foui athai Tinadd pulp is used as a la: tiva and %  refrlgi rant, the p being uirgei> Imported lKith fi tin. r:.i-i and the W< 8onM people r.-roember %  ., Ij for its use providing rotii ot correct others remembi i eating them with a little salt durln| HItll day, Golf Season Opens Sunday THE 1950-51 golf season will get underway on Sunday with the lail of the annual team BUtch Ix'twcen the veterans and the youngsters of the Club which la expected to produce a bitter battle for tuprmiaej The vet.'i ans, composed of members over 40 years old. will be headed bv Col. Richards Vidmci Captain ol the Club, and J. R. Rodger the Amateur championship, while the younaaters, recruiteti fron BMBabera UMstl 40, will be led bj Colin Dayb and Will Alkinsim Singles Wlf ii played on Bunda] and fourball matches on Mondav. Vidmci and Rotiffn tinve Inri' mg mambari i< conteuipurarics %  i la, Ja Fram Page S a slie or become that for this or sol ernmem may i nt to take it over and run It as Oovernment Institution Such realb a tubute to the Society and in such M .Milkers should staii Main ,n another district. Thu* me two typaa of workers work m hiiimony and co-operation. 1 warn lo imprcea on you thai QoveroaneN doea not wish to take over your organisations, rathe* d..e. Government wish to encour"tary workars in their many splieres of work In Barbados in particular then Ja a great scope for Volunt..i Workers I would like to see Ilabv Clinics In every parish and more than one I am sure that Mich eUnlca when established and functioning on a proper basis will receive the support of Government. Object of 1 oiiler.-n. 1 think that the object of the Conference Is a very laudable mult is desirable that the various Baby Clinics should co-ordinate then work and especially their "returns" so that the work of one rlmic may be compared with that f i thai clln cs Tiuiv should ian underlying policy governing |he work of these clinics and all shm.ld *lnve lo work along similar lines to their common goal. I hope thai as a result of this Conference some useful lines may emerge and some common ground be reached In conclusion, let me say how pleased 1 am to see such a large; and interested gathering of social ker* Your work may be tediand at times exacting TOM will receive opposition and often resentment in your work. But do not be discouraged, all Public Health progress meets with opposiUon. but let opposition and difficulties only stimulate you !• %  %  AbTta You are perforr. ing a very commendable work and I . ,%  !' the ivi ference as well as in your affortl to advance public health in tins island of which we are r.> prouo Day in August Because of tl e iiien.red number of players tn the course and an anticipate! record number of entries for ail events, ihe Committee has deemed It advltaWa lo ichedule men-> and ladle--' everts on ditTcrent Kill those throbbing pains in your muscle* at once! Apply Sloan's Liniment lijhdiy — feel your te\\ t Med'. Yoa don't nib In Sloan's, you dab It on tha affected part (entry — Sloan's does the rest! Good for aches and palm and tuff joints tool toei pea t-i ptciaai or H. IIMR ttm rae rum SLOANS Liniment •at/U.v m SIVCK ... PURINA IfURINa (CHOWSj CHOW AMMALS POVLTKY Any fruit tasfes nicer still. . with BIRDS CUSTARD MSTWiUTOtS iese" Joie* A CaUd. B.<;. Plans To Amend Gambling t^aws His It is paying work and piovlde* a living for them. They lukc Ilfe easy. Daisy and Mrs. Howell can recount the "robust" life of the boys of the old Combermcrc when new boys used to be put Into the skeleton room. These women used to see Frankie Worrell play cricket at the old Combermere School grounds. .'. lit ni %  GEORG1 POWW B G Excellency the Q %  kr itiott recotn nid.v Mfiii iipproi rlate Itta rejard to any amend' men! tu the UBW as it stands at of gumhling and pub'tc lotterlei The iippointment of ile in tin la*gi*laturi> on B motion b) HOD C. V. Wight, and it is expected that the i on n Ltei % %  111 consider recoti II %  inline a State Lottery u eii aa the re ral of Iba ban against sweeps!.ikeoutside the Colony. i f the Co Hona. C V Wight. C B.t Vinoanl itoth. Dr ,, %  .,,. Ran A 1 Petaea, the Commissioner of Po John Don • M BE Mr affri liar, with Major Ivor Hobrnkfi A. C. Bailey THE death occurred a residence Bhylstone. Hasting; yesterday of Mr. Arthur Ceeil Uailey. formerly Seeretnry of the Barbados Mutual Life Assuran.-c. O o eaKj al the age of 65. Mr. B-iley who was tbe son of the late W. H. Bailey LB.tJ Auditor General of this island era educated at Harrison flollege. H joined the Civil Service and i a clerk In the Colonial Secretary Office from 1901 until 19I9 Tn. conditions GEORGETOWN, British Guiana %  apt N A record crowd on the BBCC ground Monday night saw the 1850 amateur boxing champions crowned The hiithlight was the heavyweight scrap in which champio.i James Bernard found an Bbla opponent in P C. Clinron II ) • wood. Bernard won on pointThe only K.O. wan when Be Padmore put James Mrathwuitout in 1 minute 45 3 8 ateo ndl i the llrst round to win the middleweight title. Champion* crowned aie Fly eight Claude Meusa. 112 lbBantamweight Ivelan Stephen.-. 118 Ibw. Fentherwelght Stanl' Ever.-ley 121 lbs. Lightwei* .' Carlton Birkett. Welterweigli' ,; Clair Christie HI lbs. Middit ght Denis Padmore 15fl ll>' Light Heawweieht P. C.Bedfot 174 lbs. and the Heavyweltl James Bernard 192) lbot the S4H \eretai NEW PASTOR HALIFAX. Sept 2d. Ret S A 111 o k. a tormaf mem l>er of Ihe Jamaica House latlves was Installed pasto rof the /.ion African Bpfaa Ihodltt Church here Sunda Egan. Percy G.MKling. Willis Grannum, Ken Hunie. Bert Kin) Denu Lanafan David Luejf Smllh. i'.,l MaeDennotl. |)a Maskell. Frank Mnrrtan, J. C 1 I K J I'etrie, and En Way. Their opponenl hava not bea named but tinveteranaV mieiii tenee departmeni report Uv .He ptannlna -orprise, as n clor.siuii> Use oonojUone of the matcn reveal thai aUflbUity h ra" within the age umlta, The Buipfclon Il the JIHIIIielail are planning to Include lotne >>( Iha better women players on then side, which puts the veterans a i oiatlnd dlawvantafi No Forlies .-'e r a) mill COUldnl !: %  IB laiiy to pla.v on the ovw M U in John Rodger aapiafni couldn't even ask a la %  : %  were over 111 im mateh "ill Inaugurate %  lull i -Hinpaimi of com pet i lions, wild Kinne event BChetiuled fdl i %  Deeen ber. The Ladies and Men will play for the Captain's prize in January. In February 'he men ind women'*. Mi ilal I'lii-' i P meota WIP 1 % %  The Men's Barbados Oper ( bami loiuhlp • beduled fot March, while ih. 1 .. %  ,*, Vprll Both Ihi men's ami ladles' handicap n at I play compelilions will be playec in May, the men's four-ball, boa' ball fur the Duulop Cup In Jutii and the mixed foursomes in Jul\ In addition to this heavy schedule there will IH> a Men's Bevi Mug and a Ladies' Spoon eompetition each month and %  Fiel. 1 Alwayt redy o relieve the flrt hint of a cold ....I C -i. •>•• >• 'il\";; .;..,.. i.— *•> %  >hcii on u.k lot < inlaid. UN iw lit usk for I Ii r. I ..; Grenada Slrawbaga for Ladies — in\f> unti SIIOPPIM; — Embroidered with aaaatlral faadl Hliopinnv llmLsdlsHandiiags. barrel nhss*d Siii.la-I nhapad Bag Dainty LadU* Bag with Olrnilar Bottom and Flt Top in (liicii. Royal r.lnand Win* Ea I.dii- CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12, & 13 Broad Street. WHATS ON TODAY MeeUna of Hospital KanlUry Committee at S.M p.m. Must fcnld Kleluraaea lectarea at British Conecll al iN em Mobile Cinema. Holeem Paatare. At. Jamee al 7.30 a.sn. the School In Trinidad. The contribution made by the Vestry, doea not cover the entire coat of this special schooling, and voluntary contributions from the publli to make up the required balance will be welcomed by the Barbados Association In aid of the Blind, Deaf and Dumb 8500,000 HOTEL FOR JAMAICA KINGSTON. JCA.. 26. The local Administration Board granted a M year least with ihe option of renewal to Robert and Howard Morro*.. American millionaire nut manufacturers, to erect a $500,000 holel at Mnntego Bay.—C.P. IN HOSPITAL AFTER ACCIDENT E C Carter, a Senior Clerk of Da Costa & Co. Ltd., was taken to the General Hospital yesterdav morning about 9 o'clot': after %  puncheon of molasses rolled ovei his feet from the platform of a lorry breaking tha right ankle and left knee. He kg now detained In the Teicentenary Ward Relieves INDIGESTION Yes %  iu one dose ot MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER relieree Indigestion pain and d uc o m fon This wonderfully quick sod effective rebef from Heartburn, PUtulence, Nausea, Acidiry snd Stomach Puns due to Indigestion is made postibte by ibe fact that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER M a perfeciJy balanced scientific formula. Make Meal Times a Pleasure I Why go no luffenng } Try iustoot doss ro-dsT but make lure you j-t genuine MACI.EAN' BRAND STOMACH POWDER bearing the signature ALBX C MACLEAN" on botue and cartoa. •MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER Tin New Pasdaaa handle* bulky loadn wirh wiinderful tmtc and p*rd IK pOSfarfU petrol engine givei ynua uuuk grh.ujvjnt greater vnoorhnevt. A dieiel cnnuic iabo available—inoukl ruu prefer u HydraulK brake* on all model*. Servo Axuitanie Ba all bur. ihc % %  Toaasfga. Behind nil thi.. we provide ihe hhni er*lce fa.ilme with pie* and prompt methanlcal repain at low and fixed price* I A*k u* for fullest detail, arvut the NEW THAMES TRUCKS , CHARLES Mc ENEAKNEY & CO., LTD.



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rir.r FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MTIIMCU'R :'T. 1*30 BARBADOS t. 1— e.t..J b. Ik* AC..-.U %  '. II* IMI -1 \Vedne-.d*>. September 27. 1S3II SWIIATION \i anal Report lot Uv yaai **-* %  -* oX iii Chiel Sarutar) buvtdoi of St. MJI hai %  to Ihe Commissioners of thtr parish hat just been published and H full of intatrstln^ information. It also shows many activities by the members of the department uf which the general public wilt be unaware. The population of St. Michael at the end of 1949 was estimated, according to the Keport t.) be 79,500 and the number of houses and buildings 22.500. With a staff of 32 and six Health visitors the Department made no fewer than 271.028 inspections of premises. 1,356 to bakeries, aerated water factories and other food places and 1.218 to dames. The work of the staff of Health Visitors received pointed reference In one paragraph in which the Chief Sanitary Inspector write* that the consistent visiting carried out by Health Visitors to the homes of all returning emigrants (from the United States of America) domiciled in the parish assisted in controlling the epidemic of Cerebro-spinal Meningitis. The figures for the last five years show that during the last two there were no notifications of this disease. For the staff of Inspectors there was a record of 5,000 visits made to 470 provision shops and stores with the consequent destruction of thousands of items of food unfit for human consumption. In addition to this there weie 328 samples of milk taken from dairies, milkshops. street vendors and contractors supplying parochial and government institutions and it is pleasing to note that the number of adulterations had dwindled to 4.26 per cent of the number of samples taken. Here the report makes extended reference to position of dairies operating in the City and to the regulations under the Public Health Act. It shows that in 1933 there were 123 dairies registered and of these 08 were in the City but at the end of 1948 there were only 12 operating in the City. The reference is particularly apt in view of the fact that the lime fixed by law for the removal of these dairies from the City limits is October 5, 1950, only a few days away and there is ttill much uncertainty as to whether the Government proposes to enforce the regulations. An additional fact which makes the reference all the more pointed is that the proposal to establish a deep water harbour is likely to carry the business centre of Bridgetown further west and will admit of further extension of the City. If the dairies are allowed to remain it is likely that regulations framed without reference to the present situation will demand their removal in another short period even if they now comply with or are established under the present provisions ol the act. The reference to pig keeping in the City is also interesting. The City limits are set out and the amended limits for the purpose of granting licenses for pig keeping are also set out but it is interesting to note that many of the land marks used for boundaries to the City are the least known spots in the parish to the majority of the population However the report shows that 159 licenses were granted for the keeping of pigs within the extended area and these licenses now umber 1,647. Here it is that there might welt be some revision inasmuch as it is clear that some parts of the restricted area are far more suitable than many of the districts where these animals may now be kept. It is possible that this simple reference might be the means of removing what is clearly an anomaly which could never have been contemplated. The report makes guarded reference to the number of cases of tuberculosis and says that it "continues to produce its crop of victims annually and is observed to be closely connected with improper housing conditions, poverty and malnutrition." The notifications for the year showed an increase and the death rate was 79 per cent. The report might well be mude available to the general public and not merely to the Commissioners. HOW TO TACK LE THE CO>l>H MVISThe Australian War B RITAIN ) %  now ronfmnted by UN question What are wi'" Ju about th.( are plotting lo disrupt our key industries by strike*? Il M n question that has already < ."fronted Hn tain's overseas dominions — and they have answered It in drastic fashion. Canada already has anti-Corn munisl legislation: South Afrit* I* preparing it In Australia thHouse of Representatives have recently passed a Bill which contains the most ruthless anti-Communist proposals ever made by n democratic country. This Bill has already beer, before the Australian Senate and Is soon to come before it again Chief backer of the BUI Is Mr. Robert Menries the Australian Prime Minister His antiSocialist VK-lory in the General Election at the end of last year v/as achieved on a series of luwnright promises. Among them were the end of petrol rationing no State control of banking—ani ihe suppression nf the Communists i the debate ami accla med on ill sides as a masterly a ml-Communist statement The Bill was immediately endorsed by the New South Wale* Socialist leaders powerful Catholic supUf.lt was forthcoming fr< m the Mate of Victoria Mr. MENZIES aaWft; i* * crippled veiy 4ulioiuu> movement which fa.-l by v.-iv few, ual Commun.sl? The Bill provides in the Kings IHHIUII mis and Thirdly: Au-ti in ll be foresttiMing itfate b 1 diving underground. The Sydne Communist paper come out with a banner-line in red ink that %  Bid "Join the Commumsi l^rty NOW." II.. Crippling Few And the people? A Gollui 1*011 has shown Bate 74 per ceni of Australians favour the out %  awing of the Communist Party Why do Australians feel s< intensely that Communism mi*' oe outlawed? For three reason* Firstly; Although It has n< MPs, the Australian Com inunlst Panb It far more powst ful ii&idc the trade union movement than in most other countries. Communists rule, explo.t, and i ade unions. The the "rotling thai one doclpolitical v :' r a treasonable or subversive gency. act as a Communist. The saaic nature. (World Copyright RssMfernd] iwnalty is provided for anybody Because cerlnin indusWicsi —L.E S. 70—WILL IMS BE OIK MIDDLE-AGE? Oi SrirHlUl "l.ilr till l':-i|ln-sifS I..O" SpjinHSiiliota^r Here Too The Reds Slow Down Bui— NKWKMAP new leaves Behind partition, dividing what until It the brightening prospect in then had been a united Korea tu see the effeet on India peaceful c. untry into the ravi I •f the new pressures In Asia, ously hostile factions of India and •'First of two Important deePakistan patches A BIG "BUT" netaphor, laced with lemlnisccnt anecdotes, he Invited me to conhis opinion of Ihci.im.iuily fc strolled among Indian holiday crowds in the gardens By Si-ftoii Drlnrr "We HindUh." said Cyan Chand. And. from all I have suen and as we stood admiring s ur lives. Every15,000,000 refugees now fprcat NKW DELHI thing I had I left behiinf—my over India and even of SOO.000 I was really taking a little mill, my house, everything." who arc still living lublvss -.„... 1 "f mouth propagandn. *elf"--to guide me around the | *'W* I J>* CIST*M| marble courts of The Fort. I .-sfc-a. IP' ?^^T^^ BuI for llw t,lne b€lng tnt But I am not certain that Gysn . ^-WTI are drawmK blank Author-tain Chand—that was his name—did •S'lflfi lams ^sW observersi with whom I have disnot give me a surer clue than all V SUI assaa russed it Untish, Indian, Amenthe experts to the oucstioa: XJ ** i^T^ tan and Dutch — m,M xhti lI %  What is the new India's attitude V V*"*V r^.' anything, the Communists hove to Communism?" \ > Jm£ a,-,-* bren lM "S ground rather th.-n Gyan Chand beat all the Cabinet \ ^ (^W-TL. >ning il during the last 12 Ministers. intelligence chiefs. V ) HYDEUMlh ""'"^ political leaders 1 have consulted \ J ^" %  "sssseasssi The Soviet Embassy here In Kor. a he steired me around this \rff\ Ncw "•J? 1 nn, J "! e ,n d,on Co "'Mogul Versailles, he told me as VJ n ? unUl ^* rtjr 1 d sh| P %  *.•" *' much about uimaelf and his prob, "*" ^it view Russian diph lems as about the Peacock Throne ' "Utown He ffal fortunate mats have recently become gre.iand alabaster swimming pools of ne u,d us ho na ^ 'ound this job, travellers and students of Indian concubines. which gave him a bare and folklore Oddly enough, their irregular livelihood. Now tn ever* trips to outlying districts of India 'We Fled' "ther country I know a grudge have a way of being made at times of the kind under which Chan.l when ther. Q %  crisis m the Comsuffers would make Ita victim a munist organisation In that porgrouii'l for insemination tlcular di*'ra|t. Indian Cfamunim, for then He had been a station-master on the Indian Railways When ho retired he compound'-a hipension for a lump sum. With this he bought a flour mill in %  Wi-l Punjab village The mill gave h ferlll With either Fascism or Com munlsm. part, have .iltempled Not the ex-millowner. His things by aiaklng a change in i he could hul "-'* i anf garlic, lentils, barley, fresh meat, and fruit A few hearty old people are catin>: {rial lioat uf us would rather die. "GAS-PIPES" In fact, a poll on the subject showed that %  >nly 46 out of every 100 people questioned wanted to reach 35, A mere ly per cent, coveted the century mark. Before ihe war they would .have pinned thair Eaitfa to an operation by Voronov o: Steinach, which might have cost 500 guineas Voronov used monkey** as u reservoir of : i.iniliil.iispare parts for Ihe aged. Several fnmous men tried il, but the rejuvenution was usually brief. Steinach redirected the hormone activit uf his patterns In an earlier aye of enemas, Metchnikov preacheil that death was caused by the absorption of toxins from the inti'stn.e.s Then the doctors said: "You are as old your arteries", ignoring hale octogenarians with arteries like gas-pipes. BOOST-PKLLETS Glands are back in fashion to-day amoii'4 an Oxford group of age investigators with a NuffleM grant behind them. Transplants Voronov lines are out, but injections are tn. Testosterone, for instance, can be lodged in Ihe body as boost-pel lets. The rejuvenating power of cortisone is being studied and the pituitary gland is regarded as the leader of the endocrine orchestra. Dr. E. Geirinifcr says that in 50 or M years* lime we may live to 150. but he is not yet prepared lo say how. So far near-immortality has been achievd only by a culture of chicken muscle in a laboratory dish and by certain lowly animals Man has alt too evident limitations. Women ar ( : rather better off. There are f n more centenarians among them. They live much longer than men, especially if born ol young mothers. IDLENESS KILLS Elderly folk, men and women, are often kept from the killing lethargy of old age to-d;.y by daily doses of benzedrine, tlir long-term effect of which is simply no*. known. Enforced idleness, useless veueluting m a nicking chair is as deadly as lite hype-lension ol the neurotic. "Conserve a spiritual pension" is the advice uf tinpsychologists. Certainly naturalists, gardeners, people with seasonal spoils or hobbies to enjoy and look forward to live longest. They want to live. —L.E.S 'b: V.SCOTT TODAYS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Uvjslly ] Jars Ptanut Batter—10 oat 65 — Tim Macksrcl (Tails) '. — TinOr*a*> 4 Qr*iM lini: J-IC ... — fc, %  BSSSSJBSJSS; — : Li NOTICE OUK HARDWARE DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKi.XG ON THURSDAY 28TII. FRIDAY 2TH AND SATURDAY, 30TH SEPTEMBER and will Reopen for Business on TUESDAY. 3RD OCTOBER Will Our Customers please arrange accordingly ? WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO. LTD. Successors lo C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Phonn : 4113. 4471 a 4*11 OUR NOTICE ELECTRICAL WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING : ON : TUESDAY 26TH. WBDMBS3MS 27TH AND THURSDAY 2KTII RE-OPENING TO BUSINESS ON FRIDAY. 2STH SEPTEMBER Our Customers ure asked lo nole ol Ihe above and ;, arrange their shopping accordingly. DaCosta A. Co., Ltd. ELECTRICAL DEPT. NOTICE OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED for STOCK TAKING on TUESDAY, 26TH — WEDNESDAY. 27TH And THURSDAY, 28TH REOPENING TO BUSINESS on FRIDAY, 29TII SEPTEMBER • WV Our Customers are asked to take note of the above and arrange their shopping accordingly. Our Header* iSav : can* i hava rouad many ,SWi Erv* changes for EOCI and also for bad ThSM,., MT^ ,I ne of the b -"' s l"t* ' includeU SI1( V J /. ld ,oc r ', In our buses. On ihe afternoon ot THI, 1 '" Ih,' OU,!,., „f ,|„. sepiember 22. diivm* from Ih ,Zl r ''""' (,u '!""** "f* * ci> on taa A o'elocl bus. twi u£EL V Word thl f* 1 J kaSvlduali resorlnt to ver naoTS s ," !" £!i ,tf in >OUr abus,v '""'K^Ke, and I feel quit, Mr sUXStfLXL* ,, ure to ,he discomfort of decent PA n £ ,l,z *" *** niodest> did ari d respectable passengers and not inform ycu that on Ma days whal „ worH th( rhlWrcn A* got dead sea-egg prongs in his feet which was caused by lisheii fpo i Ih t a stop sh ould be put men throwing the broken *ea-egg lo Ul h J(ll obnox.ous MmoaahaM nd the sea t should be the duty of the conductors. not only to collect His I I ( ->K HUM, but to see to it that decency und respect prevails. shells on the reef washing thotn in. A very nice thing white trouble to p.. to Caracas to try to Influence people to come ta Barbados. Sea-bathing liolng one of my %  peciasHiea In trying to induce people to< oma to Barbados, when .1 few others and I are spending man) thousands of pounds sterling to bring trade lo the island to help one and al], eren the •imp fishermen. .. E TAYLOK. 1950. BUM Conduct Thv Mftor, MU Adroeolc SIKH.-ivmg lived away from for) my homeland for the past twentyAny offending parties should bo %  tartuy repnmsnded. and the OttWr .ilteniiitlVe lOOUld !' In it op the I.iu. and the offending parties or parly should bt* asked to get off the bus. or a charge be brought against the said person or persons %  man of buses should .la| -ifTa r. so thai passenger? will be able to drive in peace and camHESPKL'TABILITY. 1950 Hi in-s in the Tourisl llollairs-C2J.000.000 Are Expt cted Da COSTA & DRY GOODS CoLtd. DEPT, ^5i^^W^Oa MOWWW*'^'/>V^<-.-V.-A; PREPARE HOLIDAY FOR THE CflUCte By AHTHt'R JACOBS £25 millions worth uiv cxpa-tarl F IFTEEN expert Amerii'im trawl out of this year's trade, and tno agents are in Britain for a total earning* ^f all foician et rtour. Later they will -sell(he ivncies may be in the ngfcfl of Idea of an autumn holiday to their EtW millions. fellow-eountrymen. It makes whisky top of th,! __ . . a tonglble exports, and now going They have already had a great ..broad at Ihe rate ..f LI3.RT2.00O deal or success in %  sell.ug" worth of dollars a Britain at any lime of the year second record number of Americans have visited us this season. And more tourists mean n Official figures at the moment prosperity for British traders. poor It Is cerl.un f to any predictions about more than this, but they an m next year, very small places. ,...,#_. %  %  M-.tl.l.-i*. V.,l .1 Not b *' r rp Januar\-. he says ^ratJMrni 3#Iral althousai things ar.hectamnr The I^ondoii Hotels Information to settle down again after 'h< Cenlre, fet up in Leicester S<|U""' Korv.ni seure." last June, has lieen solving the _. ,, , pnblenu. of roomless tourists — ' Alexander would like to . dollar and other* IM>. a 24-hour drinking licence a l'h.> have arranged 16^00 *Jrporb> for people who have liednighu so far this year A cleared customs and are techmbednlght" One visitor llxed up caUv oul * h e country. for On* night ciuals one bed night „ p ^ W|mlf morp la(p WtmJ thv ^outh Coast for the 1951 suggest that the Travel AssoclaHere is what one of London 1 lion's forecast of 175.000 Amarlean car hire firms report"The beat The scheme has been a lr-tourists Uiis vear may not ba year we have ever had Revenues for next year. whan, for the Festi• %  reached. Rut it will come Close lip to Ihe end of August are srsjj v.,1 of Britain, a tlgure of 700.000 over double for the same period visitors has been mctUionv.1 British Railways are "lookin,i has been bigger than | as t veer." Then*UI b more hotel lnto )t •• n<% jay, Th€ y wou id into aecommodaUon, but probably not lo kn ,,,, w iuil uve w^uid be made of thv service. Busii inything the tourist Britain has tv KDOWi Tt,140 Tl.. Bfffl rMl ;ts enough. •ame in the first seven months of spend about a million pounds _ __ 1950. ^<. I Hosl he asks. "UntU a train i> Another 21.792 pasted through Where do they all slay' 1 Theia Brttaln's Mo, 1 h. — 10 l.l'Nt HKON I'.KKK OX TONGUES I.UNCH TONGUES SALAMI • SWEET COUNTER BAHLEY SUGAR HARSH MALLOWS QLACI CHERRIES SH Mil's TOFTEKS COUNTRY LIFE CIGARETTES CAPSTAN TOBACCO — STOCK-UP EARLY — CALL GODDARDS ,, '-'^••X. vv&vx^oo J


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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER IT, lM BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\'.I THREE Disease Must Be Prevented Not Only Cured WHEN the Baby Weiiare Clinics held their tirst conferf no' at ihe Drill Hall yesterday. Dr. F. N. Grannum. AcUtf Director u( Medical services addressed the meeting on the Island Public Health Services. He said vwuiw which M CW I /rum PttI have been asked to speak to you thi> morning on the present Public Health set up in Barbados and Its future developments, with special reference te the place of \ oluntary Societies or Agencies This task Is more difficult than K jears on the surface The blic Health Act which denned he Policy and set up of future developments in the Held of Public Health has not been considered by the Legislature and in fact may be considerably altered In relation to the adoption Of the Maud.Report This Keport has not as vet come before tne Legislature and any implications it may have on the proposed PUblKHealth Art must await future consideration. In th s Colony we have and have had for many years an excellent ? up for curative medicine There la a good Genera) Hospital and In each pariah there la a parochial almshouse. These almrhouses are not merely "homes" for the destitute of the parish, but are small diatricl hosp'tals when> cafes of minor IQness and injury and certain chronic diseaaea receive attention These aim-house* are under the care of well qualfled medical S ractitionara who perform their Utles conscientiously and well ho u* In the set up of I..• Health Programme as envisaged li the Public Health Act, we "till hope lo llnd ihe foundation ..( things to be In this was proposed to divide the Island into S sections called Wards" A Northern Ward comprising—St. James, St Peter. St. I St Andrew. St. Joseph, St Thomas. A Southern Ward embracing —Christ Church, St Philip St. mil St John A M. tropolftan %  ird of St. MtatUsfJ Some adjustment between the Southern and Metropolitan Wards •nav be neressaarv under the Maude Report. Each Ward would be under ihe oharai <>f .1 Mi-du-.ii oncer of Health, whe would art as a liaison orncer between the local health and 1" for Health. Sanitation ;md man} other functions within their own ward. Such a schema would have the advantage of coordmaiing more closely the work and policy of several parishes and doing away to some extent with the many water-tight compartments into which this island is divided. The powers of these rural councils and the amount of supervision over their activities by the Director of Medical Services through the Medical Officer health progress and stick to and l Health await determinati favour the old curative system future legislation. But it is hoped to the detriment of preventive medicine. For example, H aplte of the very high number of infan*. %  lentli*. In this Island, no parish has as yet undertaken a Ch'ld and Maternity Welfare Clinic as one of its principal functions. No Immunisation clinics are run and only in some parishes; have small campaigns again?t Enteric Fever been undertaken. In each parish there is a Venereal Disease Clinic which Is financed by Oovernment Funds, but hare again it Is the curative rather than the public health problem that is tackled. Another public health problem which still awaits action is that of Tuberculosis This disease has not as yet developed a high incidence, but it must be carefully watched. The establishment of a modern Kpn.itorium will entail a heavy financial burden At present research Investigators are working on a "vaccine" (B.C.G.) to protect against this disease. If successful then it may revolutionise the methods of control of Tuberculosis. There are other aspects of Public Health which could be mentioned but some of these do not foil within the immediate interest of this audience und so I will refrain from mentioning them. The Future If Public Health progress is to be made, it is imperative that the need" tor such progress should be fostered in public opinion. What the public demand we win get. Therefore it behoves us to teach the people the benefits and adand if Public Health prog to be maintained thai Praventiva Medicine and Sanitation will be The Weather TO-DAT : sun Rises: 9.49 %  %  _ Sun Meat: 5.53 p.m. Moon (Laat Quarter) Oclobar Lighting I .W a.m. High Water : 4 0* a.m.. 4.M p.m. YKiiTKHHAY I Rainfall (Codrtniton) .45 fail Total for Month to TesterCar : 7.14. Ins Temperature (Mas.) S45* F Temperature (Mia.) 71.5 'F. Wind Direction (S m. > B (1pm.) N.W. Wind Velocity 5 miles per hour Bareaaeler (9 a.m.) 2.iM (3 p.m.) 29 848 allowed a great measure of control by the Director of Medical Services and other Public Health Officers who have been trained In this work Public Health ret Up .Briefly the organisation of the Public Health set up woulu be: — The Director of Medical Services who would direct and control the policy and would act as a co-ordlnaiing authority over the various wards. Thus it would be possible to get some uiulorm policy throughout the island. At present i'^ard of Commissioners problem aceordlr.g uo its own Idea* and often :i:i ..mformily from pariah to parish. Disease does, not n-togniae antnciel boundaries .md the good done parish may h,. lack of foresujht or carelessness on the part of .. Officer, of He.1th .ict as liaison officers be.ween the D rector of Medical S> BM Health Committees. These office-* would advise -he I and also be responsible fur Ihe management and rmmmic fsl the Healih Centre. TinHealth Committee — would be a body of persons representing Ihe polishes in the Ward* It would correpond hi the present Commissioners of Health but wouUI have wider powers and interests. The Health Centre The porsonnel of li unit WOUM comprise i> Meri cnl Officer ol H* Kb, Public Health Nur*. -i Sanitary inspector, it any also hnvc pa %  Th ue of the first functions of mo Health CucMro M th;.ol Publi. ii.jitii fdmisjabiii Al i .i rta I I %  i will be a lecture Hall (cum Cfa ting room) Vrbtsh will l> used for lecture purpose Them lectures may be to selective groups (i.e. expectant mother!. while awaiting a clmtc) or may bt public lecture* on any ;ispec< of Health or Sanitation. I therefore put Education, nist —the dissemination of knowledge foncenung llcuhn, Sanitnt on, l.ving conditions and all ihoso other factors which go to make a healthy und happy people Other Activities But there will be mum fsshef activities and I will refer to some Of them. The Health Centre will not primarily be concerned with the curative side of medicine W. already have our almshuuscs and hospitals, but it is interested in what 1 may term Social Medicine For example :— A V.D. Clinic for the treatment of V.D. Al the Clinic not only the cure of the patient should b^ aimed at but preventing him by ?arly and efficient treatment from infecting others, and by, It possible, inducing contacts to come for treatment. V.D is a social disease which affects the Individual as well us the family life, the children, the mother, the economics of thi home. If this disease Is to be tackled, we must tear from it the shroud* of hush-hush, and treat it as a disease and not a disgrace We may make an attempt to tackle Tuberculosis by advice and early detection. The Health Visitor on her rounds would visit these cases In their homes and give advice. If B.C.G. vaccine proves successful then preventive Inoculation will be given at the clinic to suitable contacts. As regards an Immunisation Clinic, here clinical work will have to go hand in hand with education Inoculation against Typhoid Fever: vaccination against Smallpox—and here let me for a moment stress the importance of vaccination in Infancy. The best time for primary vaccination is 4—6 months of life and then again at about 5—6 years of age. Thereafter vaccination need only be done at much longer mteival*. < an purposes. Wi'h .nnt of possible to Hart some sort of a school medical garviee within the area. Materiiid Clinic Bui I have purposely kept to %  M of the most important tklcfa I will term the Maternal and Child Welfi v M the most lmUlUC because of the very nt Mortality rat) island At present about 170 ins ihe -g f of 1 year It used to be much higher, but the greetei attention that has been given to Infant Welfare in later years has hnd some results. But whan we compare a rate of 170 to thai of Great Britain in IW4A—34. we see how far we have u> no and even compared lo and British C.uianii -here the rate is under 100. we ItU] eas Ihe long leeway we have to make up. To tackle this blot on our pubwe must not only cere : tw born infant l>ut we must see that at the lime of deliver) the birth is attended by competent mjdwh i is not sufficient for many diseases litkana i>f the n ing pregn.uu> endanger bolh the life and health of mother and child For .. heulthy baby . %  nerd healthy parents and good .r.tenOQB The dashed clinic |g one which will i.ike care of the pregnant woman, i e. an ante-natal clinic. which aril] sea iwr through her i l %  %  J -..i %  service and then a good post natal and Bab) Welfai. I am well aware that many ol you who are intereste I in Bab: Clinics, will not be al h erode Mite-nati I up But u ire rl useful srorfc, Baby Care %  %  .,f Babv Welfare Clink ,i: i !unlcs into rtes i,e %  uratlve tnsl arltti thi •i< k h.i! i. %  S OUI I. i' li"'ii i' %  teach the motl l>.i' %  %  during Utt • important month, of) it* ii. !. at the various stages To wab h iu growth and menl and check on them. To see that the child %  taught pronai baUti To laach the mo) iiinnuniaatlon, el H. Many clinics afli-inpl i.i give free milk clothes, eU This b Dot public health. I do ~M-i.il Netful* and assistance, but ihe object ol Pul HV tet m the nNnfnunM) .i iii.ii'h conacaouaneas. This should le the which will bring rnotbl their babies lo the clhjh i:..t t.-Miiit: ., PDrssari %  'I milk. Such a bribe often defeats the object of the clinic l.et vour mm be to keep well babies well Volualar.v Oranistions, Many of the Ladies present here this morning are interested ui various Voluntary OrgnmsaI are very interested in Ihe position of such organisations in any future Public limith System. In Great Britain in the USA. voluntary organisations are doing most useful work >n then respective spheres. These organisations are encouraged and aided financially by Government because they take a great burden 80 Miners Die .iuspeTors and ap-eed that there was n<> hope of l men being shv%  Creaswi :i r> i. %  -shire in the aarto gbOrnttlR while 200 miners of the • 'Hind Al' ipped managed lo safety %  %  rA*leu Doaiee Irrecweeeaate li said it was considered that any attempt to recover bodies wst I i d Involve ;.>si ,.f life. The wives and rhildren of tie trapped man who had waited fm the p thead. burst ir.t*. icws came, tated that th:" ; ecoveml lp0 yard* undrr. i.: l.nOO yards from the .ITS with the So. ifter n I Ida) a pit official %  agd that the Bra had been Mbthe .'.tens., heal aid iuq.es sloppeil rescuers fn ir. pod men When U oven all avaJal'le doctors and ves. |M laami weA caMed out and n' nidied from neighbouring towns At noon an official statemen* s,d "Notwlthstsndlng gallai' ,.,-sible t bnrg succour to these unfnrTumiii .rowds dispersed, men and weeping nwav by friends and rehtt There s hardly anyone I.I lh< %  Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay %  u>> c ow>tfi s.s.c.: i r sw-'ia. a.. 0*rS*t>UI w an. tit. A.nlU %  •+ T 'l as H>I'.K MHHIMI.CWI J i. IMW l*S .'•pt N WBIIM*. fiiii'.i BO s*h Ma. ...I CS|>I M S gv^W. ffnm BG Srh Mwn> N J !" -." %  .t, ,.nr. nw • -**ing •**•ihrei. %  a s AV*. -ralgii.-, M v • i •wiet. II Monhvi si s r i. -. i . U V Urui u > TknHei frsi i I s f wmititi'iH.n Hug.ino. S 1 \ u %  <*•. M -4 KS a >! %  *• •lhl.'pn,T S -. V' MAIL NOTICE I. .ill ,*>—< I i. II.. i %  ., i> M I. 1. M.ll %  p • i as M ' %  Hub rhesi. Ihrost and bock *im VsroU-tb Irs combined pouliK* %  ml vspoors attain "drears out" > imsni -m luosens phlegm, cslmm iwyhmy %  wrs ; %  i nodal and in Mtual •J ihe Guvemmant. A Voluntary Orgaiai^tioi whi. I i^ interested say in Child V.M e ihould estahlu ai itself b> work ami funds anil |., .„, .how to Government properly organised and i %  ,. n| and is fulfilling %  uaef n i i... ,than %  m h togjoj %  pproaeh ihe Oowtwnani grant to assist It in its work 1 \crnnicnl may assist b) giving a free grant or by a •rn.i'.huiK fund." ur by ihe loai. %  nl ofBcers. etc. S i times n organisation ma> • On page 5 )<>i NOTICE Snull SeieiHl II (iAS COOKEh m gate aieai l Doiiii.K buiuri. I UrlH Uui. HI. I KMNMIII — Oran ml SBlanh havh l DELICATE as a inuuiibcam CCOL BEAUTIFUL "FERGUSON FABRICS" FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. My fever's gone ... I took GENASPRIN" *GtNArtDV—the sale tx*Dd of aspirin — liuiekly helps to break a fever, sod quickly checks licadatbet. Neuralgia, Toothache, Norw and Hhcurmtic Pains, Colds sod 'Flu. At sny lime of strain or paia, 'Oenaapria' sses you through Sold by ail CAsynuu, Druggutu, tic. STOMACH upsets When the stomach is upw %  s %  cesnlt of livpeiacidi'y. dose U Da Witt's Aatactrl Puwdri will disperse the pal. and ilisuess right sway Plstulence. hesrtbum and in* digestion are some o. UK symptom* that this exert* of and in the -toiincS esn hrutt' in its train. I >r W.n A ..... ,.i Powder soon iiautrslucs d scid und si the aume turn other ingredwnta in the well balanced formula soothe einl protect die delicate %  torn*. I. lining. Get a supply nght away. H*. ANTACID POWDER Neutrah Soothei Ston • %  Ac nacA • ". -"0,. %  1 • rerM • No-rat* • rrn,t • fatfj ( Carry a few 0*WITT'S ANTACID ; TAI1ETS 1 fURNITUM SCMOVID WITH \ What makes Ditnlopillo so comfortable? 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