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Friday

September 29
1950

Racbados



TAEJON FALLS T¢

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Tories Will
Emphasise Colonies

At Blackpool Talks

Second To Defence
And Foreign Affairs

LONDON, Sept. 28.
‘THE Conservative Party place Commonwealtli

‘and Empire affairs second in importance
only to defence and foreign policy. This is shown
in the agenda for their annual conference which
will open at Blackpool on October 12.

There are four motions down for discussion on defence and

foreign policy—the first, an emergency motion which will |

be submitted on behalf of the Executive Committee and

will probably be the basis of Conservative policy on these

matters at the next general election. ;
SL

100 W. German
M.P’s Accused
Of Bribery

BONN, Sept. 28.
The Counci) of Elders of the
West German Parliament today
acted on allegations of bribery
against about 100 members. of
the Bundestag (Lower House).
The Council which regulates
the work of Parliament instructed
Professor Carlo Schmid, acting
President of the Bundestag, to
write to all these members ana
demand that they start actions for
libel against Der Spiegel a week-
ly_ magazine.
Der Spiegel (The Mirror) — in

Another motion on defence in
the name of Brigadier Ralph Ray-
ner MP calls for an immediate
Commonweulth conference to re-
view and strengthen the naval,
military and air defences of the
Commonwealth.

“Continued Unresi”

The first motion on Common-
wealth affairs—on which a debate
and vote will be taken—has been
tabled by Mr. C. J. N. Alport
MP. It reads: “that this confer-
ence views with great alarm the
continued unrest and declihing
standards of ordered administra-
tion in the Colonial Empire, and
urges the Conservative party to
exert every effort to restore the
confidence of Colonial people in
Britain’s capacity and will to ful-

fill her imperial mission, and
a ner page article—quoted trom |declares that while welcoming
an alleged statement by a parlia-|advances towards self-govern-

mentary member of the rightwing
Bavarian Party that sums from
1,000 to 20,000 marks were paid
to deputies to vote for Bonn rather
than Frankfurt when Parliament
chose its temporary capital last
year.

Other alleged statements were
that deputies had received money
in connection with legislation on|}ation of a permanent consultative
the price of petrol, and coffee} council comprising elected repre-
duty. Reuter lsentatives from the United King-
dom, Dominions and Le tive
‘Assemblies of the Colonies; the
revival of Empire Day celebra-
tions; effective steps to increase
knowledge among members of the
narty on Commonwealth and
Colonial affairs; and closer unity
and integration with the Empire
administration towards mutual
harmonious well-being in all
accepted fields.

ment within the Empire, as and
when the basic requirements for
self-government are fulfilled, it is
firmly opposed to any breach of
these trusts.”

Permanent Council

Other motions call for the form-



Labour Wins
Bye-election

LEICESTER, Sept. 28.
Britain’s Labour Government
majority was increased tonight
through a bye-election victory at
Leicester and the death of a Con-
servative member at Birmingham.

meng aide eee inte eerie enone aenintiag tease

Later in the conference, dele-
gates will discuss a motion ex-
pressing concern at the grave
threat to the Empire resulting
from the spreading of Communis-




















atom
somewhere when they rose to-day
to find that the sun had turned a
bright azure—“blue sun” pheno—
menon already seen in Britain and
Western

tions
alarmed telephone calls.

ssued a reassuring statement from
the Swiss Meteorological Institute |
explaining
which travelled over Switzerland’
yesterday
phenomenon which has no influ-
ence whatever

phenomenon
from
mixed with water drops screened
the sun’s rays allowing only the
blue part to shine through.

At the Leicester bye-election,
eaused by the appointment of the
standing Labour Member to the
High Court as a Judge, Labour
candidate A. K. Undoed-Thomis
polled 18,757 votes against his
Conservative opponent J. A, Tay-
jor’s 13,642 — a reduction com-
pared with the Labour's General
Election majority.

The General Election figures
were Labour 25,305, Conservatives
14,908, Liberal 4,257 and Commu-
nist 3,271, giving Labour a majori-
ty of 5,813 of the combined opposi-
tion and 10,397 over the Conser-
vatives, This time the Liberals
= the Conservative candi-

ate.



tie views among Colonial students

shepniig ee 4

WATER POLO



a ,





A MELEE in the Barracuda goal area in the WaterPolo match betweeh Snappers and Barracndas at the

Barbados Aquatic Club yesterday

afternoon.

Bannister who is hidden by the splash has just delivered one of his hard shots and goalkeeper Perez

amidst a whirl of spray is well

‘BLUE SUN’
OR ATOM
BOMB?

Germans Ask

LONDON, Sept, 28
Anxious Germans thought an
bomb had been dropped

Europe.
They bombarded weather
and newspaper

sta-
offices with

In Switzerland, National awe:

that the “blue” sun

was a “temporary
on human life,”

In Gibraltar to-Tay the sun|

broke over the Rock at dawn a‘
brilliant blue, suffusing the whole |
af the straits and the North Afri-
can coast beyond in a sapphire
light.

Latest explanations are that the
is caused by dust
voleanoes and that dust

The blue sun was first seen over

North America on September 24
and over Britain and other parts
of Europe two days later.

Latest reports from other parts

of the world said :

France: People 14 Toulouse and

— ms ane nme

a oe on.

prepared for the shot. The ball iv



an mid-air,





Sweden Prepares For
Psychological Warfare

Panie Int\Stockholm

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 28.

SWEDEN is to have a special department to protect her
against psychological warfare. Minister of the Interior E
Mossberg said today that his Ministry had been planniny

the department for the past
His diselosure followed the

two years.
outbreak of panic here yester

day when a radio programme on the Napoleonic wars an

nouneed that the “western

powers” had invaded Sweden

and would force her to change her policy in “this long

expected clash between east










‘
‘FLYING

WASHTUB”’

NEW YORK.
A translucer “flying,
washtub”, nth aid shiny *
over the town of Poplar
Bluff, Missouri, was report-
ed by hundreds of people,
including policemen, piiots
and airport workers. The
National Guard sent up two
Mustang fighters after it.
Pilot Hardwood Inman re-
ported he flew ten miles to-
wards it without apparently
getting any nearer. His
description : “Something
like two big white balloons
tied one beneath the other.
1 think it is some sort of

secret military apparatus.”

and west”.

In Stockholm a woman rar
Screaming and naked out of her
hath, Nearby in Bromma, a suburb,
feighbours found a housewife
Gollapsed over a kitchen table,

At some places on the west
ccast including the big port of
Gothenburg, the home guard threw
on their uniforms,
and reported for duty. Som
Ships sailing into Gothenburg and
Malmo turned round and headed
vut to sea again. Everywhere
telephones. were jammed as thou-
sands of anxious people rang
newspapers to ask for further
"ews

; One man has threatened to sue
the broadcasting corporation for
| damages because his wife who has
a weak heart is seriously ill wita
shock
Bul Company Director I. N

Malmoe kept his head. He seized
his telephone and rang his srocer






Lyons said yesterday that the sun
was “light blue”, They thought it
might be due to fog.

Portugal: The freak sun caused
panie in the Braga district of
Northern Portugal.

Canada : Canadian weather
r{ficials said to-day that they were
convinced that the original theory
about the “blue” sun. was right—
that smoke from the giant chain
forest in Canada was the cause.

Denmark : he colour. seemed

in this country. It urges immedi-
ate action to counter Communist
propaganda among these students
and calls for high priority in
Colonial development plans for
the expansion of establishments
of University status.

The importance the party place
on a dynamic policy in domestic
affairs, however, is reflected in
the number of motions on_ the
housing problem which have been
placed on the agenda. There are
19 down for discussion at the third
session .








and an azure bltte in different
parts of the country.—Reuter.









Lady Sandford

to vary between a yellowish grey | *

to order one hundred kilos of
cugar, The producer of the pro-
gramme, Doctor Wilhelm Tham
said “I am sorry for all the upset
we caused but it makes one won—
| der if we are psychologically pre-
i pared for war” ,—-Reuter.

Union “Sells”
80,000
Strikers

i cs tenia

CAN’T BE
“FIRED 99

GENOA, Sept. 28.

One of Italy’s biggest inaustrial
piants the Ansaldo Steelworks
was idle today with more than
230,000 workers lolling in work-
iops and all representatives o
the managementyabsent.

The managemént has posted a
notice that the works would re-





The present majority of nine
is the highest since the February
General Election when Labour
was returned with five more seats
than the combined opposition. The
Lieicestar bye-ekection Avas the
fourth since February. All were
Labour seats.

Flies To England

NASSUA, Sept. 27.
Lady Sandford, widow of the
late Governor of the Bahamas flew
to England by B.O.A.C., plane this
afternoon.

Reuter Cin. Press.



Will Spain, Portugal
Be Militarised?

LISBON, Sept. 28.
POLITICAL observers here think that the visit to Spain
of Dr. Salazar followed by yesterday’s visit to Portugal by
General Franco had primarily a military character.
They noted. that the main feature of both trips was the
prominent place given to inspections of military installa-
tions.

£800,000 Wanted
In Fourteen Days
FOR BUTLIN'S

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON. Sept. 28.
Brigadier Keith Thorburn,
Chairman of Butlin’s (Bahamas)
has not yet abandoned his
attempts to find the £800,000 re-



Some observers said they
believed that the Franco—Salazar
meeting has some connection with
the recent visit of Field Marshal
Montgomery to the Pyrenees and
with the visit of the American
Survey Mission to Lisbon to discuss
the proposed Arms Aid Programme
to Portugal.

It had been rumoured that
Lord Montgomery saw a Franco
envoy during his stay in the
Pyrenees and it was also suggested
that American arms aid to Spain
had been discussed at the recent

q to save the company from| Lisbon talks with the American
liquidation. Survey mission. But it has been
; impossible to obtain official con-

At an informal meeting of | firmation of either report here,

Preference Shareholders of the In view of all this, many
Coe tae gr i. ee he} observers believed that the purpose

ey WaSiof the Franco-Salazar meeting
forthcoming in 14 days, the com-~| might be to discuss defence prob-

etind uh almost certainly have |iems of the Iberian peninsula or

the contribution of Spain and

To-day he told Evening Stan-|PoTtugal to Western European
dard City Editor Ernest Eve, “I | Defence

am still fighting to get the cash.” Other observers thought tha‘

the meeting might be connected

A petition to wind up the com-

pany has been presented in Nas-

sau. but this cannot be heard
until October 18.

on Spain or with plans to admit
Spain to the Atlantic Pact. e
—Reuter,




| with the United Nations discussion};

ARUe'S HEADLINE

|













“And right near to the
headline ‘QUADS BORN
AT MIDNIGHT?’ is another
headline saying ‘ SHORT-
AGES AT HOME BY
NEXT YEAR’——”

Trade Agreement



main closed until 2,015 workers
laid off yesterday, accepted their |
dismissal. '

Today leaders of both the
Christian Democrat and Com-!
munist-led Trade Unions. en-
couraged, the whole manpewer

ferce of the plant to come to work
despite the closure order.
—Reuter. |

(





Prime. Minister Menzies

Challenges Opposition |'

CANBERRA, Sept. 28

Prime. Minister RobabbeMMenzic:
produced a Cofmmunist Party Dis-
solution Bill in the House of Rep-
resentatives to-day and challenged
the Labour Opposition to force an
election on the issue,

The Communist menace is now
less than it was five months ago
At a time when men from Aus-
tralia are fighting and dying in
war started by Communists should
we be So spineless as to leave the

TO FINANCE STRIKE



HELSINKI, Sept. 28
Finland’s Metal Workers Unior
today began “selling” strikers to

employers to help finance it
tive weeks old strike for wage
ivcreasesYp to five per cent.

The Union is allowing a limitec
number of 80,000 strikers to work

in “helected firms proviced the
firms. pay 500 marks cash for
every man they employ in. thi
way

The men themselves mast pay |
the Union 300 marks per week
jfrom their wages, as long as the
trikenfasts. So far, a number of
mall firms have accepted the
“nion's offer —Reuter,

|INDONESIA JOINS U.N.

| FLUSHING MEADOWS,





Communists at home free to do Sept. 26
* 4 ee | his work?” Indonesia was admitted to the
Brings *Miraeles Menzies said that if the bill| United. Nations by vhe unan mous
erred at all it erred in its lack of' vote of the General Assemb!
TORQUAY, DEVON, Sept. 28, | severity,—Reuter, ‘ascay.— (Reuter) .
Willard Thorp United States? oe:
Assistant Secretary of Economic



Affairs, said here today that gen-
eral agreement on tariffs and
trade (GATT) was a tremenaous
step forward in international re-
lations. He was speaking as the
Lead of the American delegation
at the opening session of the third
of a series of tariff negotiations
being conducted here under an
agreement which was concluded
in Geneva in 1947.
Thorp said that
agreement had first been
ceived as a means of reducing
trade barriers ‘miracles have
happened in reconstruction”
Leader of the Peruvian delega
tion. Senator Edgardo Portaro,
spoke for six countries attending
ne gotiatior for the first
Others are Western German
Australia, the Philippines, Turkey
and Urugu: if successful they
two-thirds vote cf
mber:

since yeneral

con-

time







he general

agreement

—Reuter

needed to}

, aircraft
fon the



Aduarate



Russia Wants
‘Invitation For

| Red China

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 28
* Security Comic convenec
igain today to consider whether
.o invite the Chinese Communists
to participate in Council delibera
Cons on their charges of Americar
aggression against Formosa.
Belore the Council were;
A Soviet motion that, an im-
mediate invitation be extend-
e to a representative of the
Peking Government.
An Ecuadorian proposal tc

cefer consideration of the
entire Formosan issue, in-
cluding the invitation, untii

wie General Assembly finish-

ed dealing with the Sovie:
complaint regarding allegec
American aggression agains

China.

The Soviet delegate maintainec
hat the Assembly’s consideratior
fits complaint of alleged Ameri-
‘an Aggression in China hac
iothirg to do with the issue be
fore the Council.

He said that the Security Coun

il was obliged to consider al
nternational disputes which werc
ikely to threaten international
peace and security.

The United States policy to
vards Formosa was likely to de

just that, Malik said. Formosa
iad definitely been established as
in integral part of China by the
Cairo declaration

The sending of the
leet to Formosa was
vt aggression”

How would the United State
ecl, were another power to send
ts Meet to the waters between the
tawalian Islands and the United
itates”? Malik asked,—Reuter,

American
“a direct act



IST. W. INDIAN
IN KOREAN WAR?

(From Our Own Qorrespondent)
| PORT-OF-SPAIN.
PETER RAMKEESOON,

son of Canon and Mrs. J. D.
Ramkeesoon is the _ first
Trinidadian to have the. dis-
tinetion of ‘taking pact if
the Korean War, Peter is
in the R.A.F. and is station-
ed at Cheadie, Staffordshire,
where he is being trained as
au wireless operator, He has
received orders to leave for
the Far East at the end of
this month.



French Will Form

“Home Guards”

PARIS, Sept. 28.

The French Council of Ministers
to-day decided to form urban and
rural “home guards” and mobile
reinforcements for defence against
F.fth Columnists

Albert Gazier, Minister of In-
‘formation told reporters that the
neasure is to secure home com-
nunications and supply lines to
\cfend the country against exter-
al enemies, to oppose any attempt
it sabotage and to secure internal
order,

The home defence service to be
known as ‘Defence of the Surface
O71 Territory” would be both civil
and military and would be under
civil or military control according
te circumstances, Gazier said.

As all active forces would be
stutioned at frontiers, home de-
fence would be entrusted to
pecial forces.—Reuter,

“Constellations”
Preferred For Speed

NEW YORK, Sept. 28.
Overseas Airways Cor-
will use Constellation
instead of York airliners
Nassau-Santiago stage of
ts mid-Atlantic route, it was an-
nounced here today,



British
poration

|

| Besides marking the last step
jin B.O.A.C, aircraft, modernisa-

tion programme, the change to
| begin on Sunday would reduce
|fying time from London to
| Santiago via South America’s
| west coast by seven hours, the

| Corporation said
| Constellations previously cover-
ed only the London-Nassau portion
ot the route with passenger:
changing to Yorks at Nassau for
the balance of the trip to Santiago
—Reuter,



Austrian Workers Threaten
Power Cut In U.S. Zone

VIENNA, Sept. 28
Workers at the headquarters of
the power network in the Ameri-
can Zone town of Gmuden which
supplies the whoie of upper Aus-
tria said to-d that they would
begin turning off power at -mid-

day

They said they intended»
strike as a protest against the
Government’s plan for higher

prices and wages which the Con
munists claim will put up the co
of living by 30 per cent

All factories and electric trang

| port services 1m upper Austria
would be affected by the strike
Other strikes and demonstra-
tions were also reported In pro
' te qd

Strikes were going on in four
big factories in Graz in the Brit-
ish Zone but the threatened
Strikes in the centre of the city
have not yet begun

Demonstration were also re-
ported for. the frst time in Leoben
in the British Zone.

A tour ef Vienna this morning
showed that the situation here
however was completely back to
normal

Parliament Guarded

Che Parliament building where
a general Parliamentary Commit
tee was discussing the wage and
price agreement wa strongly
guarded by police, but there wa
no sign of demonstrations

Government newspaper here

2 led the strike movement

a failure 3ut the Communist
volksime claimed a “great vic-
tory” witb a “mass of strikes and
demonstrations throughout all
Austria.”

Police reported that strikers
eut off Russian controlled dis-
triets over the Danube by sitting
on tramlines in the Florisdorf
and Kagran_ districts Strikers
“aiso blocked ridge of the Red
Army in Fiorisdorf. and the Stad-
Jau railway bridge over which
trains to the East normally pass,
but the trains were using another
bridge

The Russiar vere reported to
be preventing any effort to clear

e line

~(Reuter.)

| tain.

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ALLIED TROOPS

Communists Flee



Northwards

SNIPING CONTINUES
IN SEOUL

TOKYO, Sept. 28.
AMERICAN TROOPS today broke into Taejon,
one of the last big Communist stronguolus
in South Korea after a fierce 24 hour battle.
While United Nations spearheads thrust north-
wards from Seoul to within 12 miles of the 38th
parallel, the dividing line between North and
South Korea, Communists in the extreme south
were reported to be preparing a desperate attack
to break out of General MacArthur’s “cage’’ to
escape to the north.

Do Not Send
U.N. Forces Nerth
Of 38th Parallel
SAYS INDIA

They are moving north-west-
wards apparently in an attempt to
‘swing around Taejon and_ break
across the United Nations line ot
| its weakest point, They are leaving
rearguards to cover the with-
(drawal, according to. prisoners
{taken by the British Brigade and
jthe American Second Division,

| It was the American 24th

LONDON, Sept. 28. Division the “Old Warrior” of

The Indian Government has told the campaign whieh broke

jritain and the United States i into Taejon, wires William
could not support the decision | Parrott “Reuter's correspon -
end United Nations forces port! dent with United Nations
f the 38th parallel in Korea, it i | troops in the south, This Di-
vision bore the brung of the

inderstood in diplomatic quarters
he Indian Government's view >
inderstood to have been conveyed
o the British delegation to the
Tnited Nations,

Official British and American
tatements from New York recent
y have emphasised that the
ecision to cross the 38th paralle!
vould be essentially a military
me, Security Council decisions
lready on record authorise Gen
‘ral Douglas MacArthur to restore
peace “in the Korea area” anc not
mly in South Korea they main
(Reutee)

Communist assault in the first
few weeks of the Communist
invasion,

The Americans were reported
fighting in the southern suburbs
of Taejon early today. Retreating
Communists were fleeing in sma))
iscrganised groups north west
rom the city on the road to
onneju. Many of them threw off
heir uniforms and took to the hills

“civilians,”

Communists pulling out of
vaejon and the southwest-must
till cross lines held by the Ameri-
can First Cavalry Division-—whien
forged one end of the- “ehain
inking the Southern front with
Seoul—and South Korea troops
rhis chai, thin in places, has been
trengthened in the past 48 hours,

Elements of five or six Com
munist divisions are estimated to
rave been cut off by the American





Murder35,000
G.l.’s Ordered

CLAIMS RED MINISTER

. ink-up Their communicatior

LONDON, Sept. 28 ystem seems to have broken

Kim Hyo Suk former South) jown, and it is believed that theix
Korean Minister of the Interioi

enior officers have no tdea where
what they are
American

alleged to-day in a North Korean
statement that American adviser
ordered his government to murder
35,000 people and destroy 10,000

heir units are or
joing, according to an
Army spokesman,

, } rican Sevent
houses in the 1949 uprising on| In Seoul the Americ A: h
*heju Island off South Korea {| Infantry Division has run into

che sle ‘ Da. | ;
y : lerate resistance” mopping
He stated according to Tass the mor e’
oviet news agency despatch re-; “UP the north-eastern yn
( ; | ACEC a Le 23

eived in London, that John J. | aceording to a United ale

Tenth Corps Communique

Muecio, American Am ; , 7a

Corea, together with General Wil- Large Broups a ee oo
liam Roberts head of the military | oops are moving out o € ;
idvisory group told him the| to the north. : a es
‘enemy must be destroyed and American meee ae oe
syne must not hesitate at the choice} “4 deadly game of hide and see
of means” with snipers lurking in Seoul to-

The South Korean Government) day, according toa despatch. from
was also asked according to Kim | Roy Macc artney, Keuter’s Corre !
“yo Suk to give first priority to} ‘pondent with the ad vanced
he construction of airfields and | troops,
‘o prepare a “campaign against Flame-throwing: tanks elimin-
the north”, —Reuter. @ On Page &



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| Kenneth Tucker,

| morning.

|

| IS Excellency the Governor
| and Mrs, Savage will attend
| the opening of the film “Hamlet,”

tonight at the Globe Theatre

Also in their party will be Mr
and Mrs. Hopwood, Mrs. Savage's
parents, Miss Pat Savage, daughtez
of His Excellency the Governor
jand Mrs. Savage, Maj. Denis
| Vaughan, the Governor’s A.D.C
and Rev i Mrs. C. A. Sayer
Rev. is the Principal of
Codrington College.

tomorrow As Usual

.C.A. will be operating through
barbacos as usual tomorrow
It is not yet known
however whether the runway will



| be open to their DC4 ships on the
| following Saturday.

Attended Opening Of Plaza

|
LEPC EPSPS PES? M

R. RONNIE GITTENS,
Managing Director of Carib-

Theatres Ltd. and Mr.
Partner of the

bean

% | firm of Clarke and Tucker, have

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‘returned from Georgetown, where
they attended the opening of the
new Plaza in that colony on
Friday 22nd.

On their way back, Mr. Gittens
and Mr. Tucker stayed over in
Trinidad on business.

Transferred Here
RRIVING yesterday afternoon

from British Guiana by
B.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs. Paddy
Egan .and their baby daughte:
Madeleine. Mr. Egan has been

transferred from the Georgetown
Branch of Messrs. William Fogarty
Ltd., to their branch in Barbados

Mr. Egan is a brother of Mr
Jack Egan, Director of Messrs.
William Fogarty Ltd, and was
stationed in Barbados once befor¢
several years ago.

With Venezuelan

‘Telephones
R. and Mrs. aeorge McGibbou
left for Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. Mr. MeGib-
bon, who is with the Venezuc'an

Telephone Company is from ta
U.K., and has been living in
Venezuela now for about two

years.

Chfef purpose of their visit wa
to leave their eldest son in Bar-
bados as a pupil at the Lodge
School, Their younger son Neils
who accompanied them on _ the
trip over returned with them
yesterday, They were in Barba-
dos for three weeks, Staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

John Trim’s Cousin

PENDING part of his three

months’ holiday in Barbados
before going on to Paramaribo is



Mr. George Trim, head teacher
of Rose Hall Church of Scotland
School in British Guiana He
arrived here two weeks ago and
is a guest of Mrs. Ena Brankei
of “Claudville”, Hastings.

Mr. Trim is a Correspondent to
the Daily Chronicle and a cousin
of Mr. John _ Trim, British
Guianese pace bowler.

Rupert and the









BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Carub (Calling

POCKET CARTOON
| by OSBERT LANOASTER

“ After all, nurse, it’s not my
faule if my duodenal lacks

news value!’

Here For The Opening
R. HORACE TEELUCK-
SINGH, Manager of Uni-

versal International Pictures i

Trinidad, which distributes J.

Arthur Rank Pictures, arriv

esterday from _ Trinidad by

1).W.1.A. especially for the opening
cf their film “Hamlet”, which
begins tonight at the Globe

Theatre. Mr. Teelucksingh ex-

pects to return to Trinidad to-

morrow.

After Six Months
M* AND MRS. S TAN

HOWARD, and their two
inughters, Penelope and Patricia,
efter six months holiday in Bar-
bados returned to B.G, yesterday
afternoon by B.W.LA.

Stan is with “Wales”

tion in B.G., and this
long leave.

Spent It In St. James

LSO returning to B.G. yes-
fXterday afternoon by B.W.LA.
ere Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Cameron and their ‘wo sons,
"hey spent most of their three
months holidays on the St.



Planta-
was his

Back From U.K. Holiday

OSTESS on the Grenada-
Trinidad _ B.W.1UA flight

Barbados yesterday was
Mrs, Peggy Humphrey, who has
just returned from two months
holiday in the U.K. and she cer-
ainly is looking very well for
er holiday. At Seawell to meet

© were her twin sister Mrs
aggie Hassell and her mother

from

For The Races
GILBERT YVONET left
yesterday afternoon by

B.W.1.A. to ride in the Deme-
rara Turf Club’s October meet-
ing which begins on October 7th.
While in Georgetown, Gilbert
will be staying with Mr. Joe
Fernandes,

Four Cups
OUR cups have been present-
ed to the Bay Street Boys’
Club, two by the Barbados Elec-
tors Association, one by the
Y.M.P.C. and the other by
Capt. A. M. Jones,

They will be presented for
competitions in Table Tennis,
Dominoes and other games and
will be competed for twice year-

ly.
Happy Birthday
ANY happy returns to Dr.
A. A. Gibbons, P.M.O. St.
James, who celebrates his birth-
day to-day.
Staff Manager
R. JULES HENNEGUY, Staff
Manager B.W.1.A. in Trini-
dad was an arrival yesterday by
B.W.I.A, and is here on a short
routine visit. He is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

‘ With Steele Bros.
R. AND MRS. JAMES
McCULLOCH and their
daughter Shelagh arrived from
B.G. yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A,. to spend a month's
holiday in Barbados, staying at the
Enmore Hotel.

Mr, McCulloch is with Steele
-Bros., in B.G., who are Agents
for C.D.C. in respect of their
Timber project in that colony,

Left Yesterday
ETURNING to BG. yesterday
by B.W.1I.A. was Mr. Derek

Sinson, who has been spending ten
.weeks holiday in Barbados.

James coast, staying at ‘Thorn-¢Derek works with Diamond Plan-

ville.’

On Short Visit
RRIVING from St, Kitts yes-
L terday by B.W.I.A., was
Mr. William Walwyn accompan-
ied by his wife and son Chris,

Chris is only here for a couple
of days, as he came up to get
an American visa, for he will
shortly be leaving for the U.S.
They will all be staying at the
Marine Hotel.

‘ ‘
EAVING yesterday by
4 B.W.1.A. for British Gui-
ana was Mr. J. Arthur Roberts,
Manager of the Government
Savings Bank, He expects to be
away for about two weeks, and
on his way back will stop over
for a few days in Trinidad.

Castaway — 14

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tation in B.G., and his last few
weeks here were spent at the St.
Lawrence Hotel.

Cousins
R, GILBERT YVONET left
and her daughter Maria re-
turned to Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A.

Maria who has been here for a
month, is a cousin of Dr. Vivas-
Salas and Mrs, Alberto Rodriguez,
both of Venezuela.

Mrs. Rodriguez’s husband and
the Doctor are well known Polo
players in Caracas, and Dr. Vivas-
Salas will probably captain the
Venezuelan team which will tour
Barbados sometime this year.

They were guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Intransit

H®. for a few days before he

returns to St. Lucia is Mr.
Vincent Devaux, Operations
Officer, B.W.I.A. in St. Lucia.
Vincent is on his way back from
a visit to the U.S. and some of
the other West Indian islands.



FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950









B.B.C. Radio

Programme For Hardware of every Description

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FRIDAY, Septem*er 29, 1-50
7.00 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. Composer ¢ RIUM
Week; 8.00 1. From the Edit THE CENTRAL EMPO
W a.m. Pro me Parade; 9.00 a.m ie ra ; - si ;
Close Down; 12,00) oon) ‘The Neg's (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
3,10 om. News Analyse, U6 PS Cur. of Broad and Tudor Streets.
the Debate Continues; 1.15 p.m. Radio {
Newsreel; 2.00 p.m. The News; 2°19) “=== —'
p.m Home News from Britain 2.15 —s
pm. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. Music —
in Miniature; 4.00 p.m, The News; 4.10
p.m The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m » s OYAL
Nights at the Opera; 5.15 p.m. /#ro- EMPIRE R
gramme Parade; 5.30 p.m or
Magazine; 6.00 p.m. Composer of the : :
Week: 7.00 pm The News; 7.10 p.tn To-Day 2.30 & 8.30 & Continuing wali ake anne
News Analysis; 7.15 pom Music r eee Niestints
Miniature; 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreci Republic Pictures Pres sci di pebeaoad
8.15 p.m. United Nations’ Report; 8.20
p.m. Interlude; 8.20 p.m. The Debat ‘6
Continues; 8.45 p.m Intertude; 8.55
p.m, From the Editorials; 10.00 p.m “ MARIE ANTOINETTE”
The News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; i0.15
p.m. Puffney Post Office; 10.45 p.m JENNIE ”
World Affairs
Starring



Gulf Oil Representatives
R. CHARLES RICHMOND,
Attorney of the Gulf Oil

Corp’n., and Mr. John Alien of

Gulf Oil’s Pittsburgh office arrived

yesterday from the U.S. via Trini-

dad by B.W.I.A. They are here
for an indefinite period and are

Starring
Jennifer JONES
Fthel BARRYMORE

GISH

Norma SHEARER Tyrone POWER
Joseph COTTEN

Lillian To-Night At 8.30 P.M

sarin rn MADAM O'’LINDY AND TROUPE

guests at the Ocean View Hotel. IN
At Seawell to meet them was ROXY
Dr. W. Auer, Barbados Manager “ CARACAS NIGHT ”
of the Gulf Oil Company. To-Day and Tomorrow 4.45
H.Q. In Guadeloupe and 8.15

R. AND MRS. HENRY
STEHLE and their son Guy
arrived here yesterday by B.W.LA. ; in Willian SHAKESPEARE’S
Dr. Stehle is Director ¢ ee
Research in the F.W.I., with} ’
headquarters in Guadeloupe and “ROMEO and JULIET
was formerly Director of Agricul-
ture in Martinique. He is also al with ,
member of the Research Council Republic Whole Serial

Norma SHEARER and
Leslie HOWARD

OLYMPIC

Last Two Shows To-Day 4.30

and 8.15



of the Caribbean Commission and John BARRYMORE

he is touring the Caribbean, Basil RATHBONE ‘“ E MASKED
studying grasses and legumes in

this area. hs Locciacal saben pit

During his short stay here, he is|

a guest at the Hastings Hotel.

MARVEL ”

Starring

Sunday and Monday 4.45 and 8.15

* BATAAN ”

Lloyd NOLAN



_ CROSSWORD
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William FORREST
with

\ Robert TAYLOR Louise CURRIE

NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDKEN
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* b t wy J

Johhny ARTHUR,.Rod BACON

DOOD

SULtEO AaTISTS
presents

Across

1. Little devils, (4)

4. Popular pudding with pork. (5)

8 Would “on the fence * be fair?
(7) 11. A shady spot. (6)

(4 This is often explored! (6)

‘3. How some children talk. (9)

\6. Cooked or spoilt. (7)

‘y Food from tar or coal. (4)

20. Units, Ceaarion

(4) :
21. Hair cut or shave. (7) 2 ttooeciien

Bitter sweet, (4)

Nicholas was the last. (4)

Down
1. Slain rout to prevent shocks. (Â¥)
2. Beggar unable to end with (Â¥)
3. Slang fighters or dogs. (4)
+ Print dove for a change—it <
wise. (Â¥)

4. At it’s this you've nad 16! (5)
6. A nigh note. (3)
pute

i. Where the _ soldier
“arm' ? (8)
Sometimes part of the disappear-
ing trick. (4. 4)

. Conform. (4) 14. Arrange. (4)

Sort of Kind like. (5)

- All at sea perhaps. (4)
. Battle river in Belgium. ta)

Solution of yesterday's | — Across:
1, Ram? 4 “shawls, 3. Botley 10. Die,
il, Groat: 12, Cue; 13, Toupridge: 15.
jadder; 16 ; 1", Emus: 1, Adonis:
22, Dome; a ‘ Tsetse. whe
l,” Rectitude: 2 a
eams; 4, Si

1, Liege: 8. Seve: F 3
14 Mite: 19 Used: 29 Sure

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PAGE THREE

New Lake Flows iC.D.C. Expand! Captured Nearly “Communist” Is | Harbour Log MORE QUT OF WORK |He Curses Ariybody























} | ° From Our Own Correspondent) ve » espondaar ;
Rice Industry’ 1,000 Animals werd Of Abuse |... eect aca | oe
} | I r—-OF-SPAIN wna aman awa 1g
: y i +s : . i — A t Labour Bureaul ¢ i i before t
In { he Desert RECORD FOR B.G. Trinidad Magistrate Thinks | In Carlisle Bay el t is on the] Police Court yesterday
BRIGADIER NT From Our Own Correspondent a ; | Sch. 1 ‘ increase Dvir It is officially) a charge of using cL.cene
i MOUNT LONDON. | BORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 27 |... Sch. Gloria He s N. tated that the osing down of} The Court was teld that y
i as - From Our Own Correspondent) | Nearly 1,000 animals, including | Arima Magistrate Keith Gordon | 7 nies, Sth. Lochinvar &. . Se Hart Americat ses | been respor he is taken to the Red House
Land comes to life—and a rush begins : GEORGETOWN, BG. | rare reptiles and birds, have been | 9% Tuesday ruling that Alling | Son. Cyril & Sch Zita We > mm n anything else, for] before a Judge to get bail, bu
Brigadier E. B. Mount, Senior| transported from their natural} @?¥eme a Com st” constituted | Sch PB. 7 Enterprise, $.5'! the aggravation of the unemploy-| was refused As he was being
ae Dire ctor of the Colonial Develop- surroundings in the jung @ stigma, fined Arina teacher | tiel Se i Walla¢ ser ent situatior cer « to stody. Barna
: . SYDNEY. ment Corporation Ltd., in the British Guiana to England. T! | Raymond Watking, who partici : “el SSwruvacs used abusive words before the
FOR the first time since the earliest settlers landed an eee oe . commenting on the will soon be on show at the Lon-! 7 = ths ean yore M.V. T. B. Radar, 116 tons met, Capt | OT ee judge
inland sea of lifegiving water is flowing in the dead heart | POSS!D''ty of their taking “some | den and Whipsnade zoos [Pen Bean ee Mawar | SS ee Poo ' . “Ft wouldn't do much offente if
of Australia. It Co more than 5 000 square miles which a Re nm the oe a When 24-year-old Geraid | me Rios en Roward | oe w . ain ‘aun a Electroplating Industry you do seven days,” said the
: cease r ,;Of the rice industry in British| Durrell, ; aduate | “4. Pree . DEPARTURES Megistrate. “I better take the
used to be a sun-scorched emptiness. | Guiana, told a press Conference'| cat ee ea ee | W ating, who Gave notice of ae Laudalpha for St, Vincent, Lady (From Our Own Correspondent) pe eater “ oan ving? nw,
When first the news was passed around that “Lake|that “what is under consider-| cided to spend their summer | Appee A cater dat aoe tor Gh Wane he eta ee apse _ |replied Barnas
Eyre’s full”, men did not believe it. They went to see for |#tom is expansion—any rumours] holidays in the West Indies, their is p 3% Eve . Ciinarintat® SAUr | Guira f PORT-OF-SPAIN He gave verbal notice of appeal



“ that h , > ) ic > > i “
themselves—and found ten-foot waves beating on the shore atta < pits aaa Gos celle tn anctitee te detain
as the blisterine west wind ble “ pas P n-|the desire to explore the jungles;

* west win w. |trol of the industry are complete-|of British Guiana in search of
They knew that there nad been

'ly false, and the persistence cf zoclogical speci 5. These an 5
| fo -_ specimens. These men,| SOLE REPRESENTATIVE
water in Lake Eyre for |rumours weuld do more to dam-|

|} The Economic Advisory Board



—C.P has come to the decision that
CaAWwe | there is considerable room in
|

A poe 4 BG. Stowaways
Trinidad for an_ electroplating
AKRIVALS By B.W.1.A.1 industry Messrs. H, E. kKobin- Found In Two Days



Britain’s two youngest explorers, Fron
}age future prospects than n : : Ne

Own Correspondent









i British G B a M | to British Guiana shortly ‘ :
sFiUIS sulana, rigadier ount! and will be joined there by his C aoe “etre “ Kiedor \ the & ‘ L ‘ ane E one oe es ” ——ee
had discussions on the possibility} e>)loaeue. Dur * ll. Together t % si MR PORT-OF-SPAIN ib " Gen

sap eatin secsshmyencebelinaiaegdicanin : ieee pidinen

“git te a ! \ SHRI BHAGWAN, Registrar | ¢ ’ s = ‘ eneral x _ ‘Ey “ we *
of the Corporation taking soma will trave] later to the French}, th Indian : c Keabol ates 5 eet aa aes te M y 4 » » ( {
|part in the development of the!|‘Cameroons, where they hope to! Office. w'l o ‘ mee A AA A



ear, oO. i z : : any-j first met when they were work-, PORT-~OF-SPAIN TRINIT ’ son and Company, of Port-of From Our Own Corr-spond
aa peatdiie ks tee oa a thing else. What is needed is to) ing at Whipsnade zoo MR. A. R. W. ROBERTSON, aed Menianhs séalle Brut | Spain, and Mr. Charles Baeza of ; . PORT-O8-SPATE,
up within days. | Sw, Tore padi, mill more rice} Smith himself brought to Eng-) Trinidad’s Financia! Secretary now m PUERTO } Barbados, a British West indiay Within two days four stow
2 and sell more rice—and sell to;jand 300 specimens, including aon holiday in the United Kingdon i s ways pilot have been declared] aways from British Guiana were
Nothing lived in the baked sand |expand the prosperity of the in-| full grown tapir which is akin to| will be the only. official Trinidad | pioneer manufacturers in this} found aboard two vessels lying
of the giant basin except apts, | dustry as a whole, Some hours| a rhinoceros, and the largest col-| representative at the opening ot espect, As a rule, certain elec-] in «the Port-of-Spain harbour.
and shrivelled salt bush, Geolo- after the Conference, Brigadier} lection of macaws and parrots to the House of Commons Caae ” —_— t lating work had to be sent to] The men were not allowed to
gist believe that millions of years Meunt, left by ‘plane for Trinidad.' he shipped to Britain for 30 ee - Sr oo leg Jamaica and the Board felt that} land. They will be shipped back
ago seas covered this desolation,| . | years. He plans te pay another NEW JOB MAIL NOT ICES this type of work could be done} on another boat which leaves here
then flowed back, leaving a chain | During his sane week stay in| yjsit : + : }

‘shortly for Brit Guiana



of rivers and lakes and fertile
land.

FY Correspond Mail for Bemud «

Shunned Area





‘ | = \ leave the C a.m. and Ordinary Mai

Giant kangaroos, wombats, and rice industry, “I must emphasise] achieve their greatest ambition —} Thursday ws die " mash Colony On} or the Sith of 950
massive emus lived there until the twe points,” he said. (1) While! gorilla captures benéottin: th Mini - of ent Maile for cia, St

, , . ee a oe a ae 3 pt . . it i e } stry of External, Grenada and a by the M.V

sur sucked the water away gisc ussions have taken place, these/" Whilst in British Guiana, Dur-} Affairs in New Defhi, India. "| Wood will be closed at the General ost °
Natura tote have dug up their discussions have been of a prelim-| rel! had 500 captures. including 70 Palette 2 Ae | Office as under LA »

ones from beneath the salty inary and exploratory nature. It rs whe ve Parcel Mail at 4 pim. og the 29t) of r / dP NG ‘QO. :

Â¥| fowea ruruner than anybody re- | je rach too cole to cag net] Monkeys, single-handed. There he AFFILIATED Seat, the Galen ah ee ot GA OPENING TO-DAY &

sand. membered. Price was right. a sche sould’ be worked also secured the first true pair of (From Our Own Correspondent) | a8 Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.mi. on the

Eyen the Aborigines shunned For the first time in at least 200 a scheme could’ be worked out} ant-eaters ever to be found, mar-

CONTINUING



Ben acai tabl : PORT-OF-SPAIN. | â„¢h2of Sept. 1960
* 7 j F a 19 | Which would be acceptable and| gay cats—a miniature leopard- - rE WARNER. | palls for Domini
jose —. os parched silence. ae a Eyre was full. se beneficial both to the Colony and Seeiadtiios beautiful tcoane a sie ee WARNER, | Penteip, wit. bs
hi piorer John Eyre-—who gave it e farmers went to see or to the Corporation, a Yaree 4 i Paraey i Pr earn td cling Secretary, told

is name—called it ‘‘A blot on the} themselves—and entered the lake a ariety of humming birc that the

Trinidad Chamber of Parcel and Registered Mails at 9 a.m | "ee 7 7 la 6 Y r
face of nature, the sort of place} in an outboard motorboat down His second point dealt with Commerce has joined the Chamber is oF ee a Oe mom ie ris ‘s THE BIGGEST Ss ew NX

by the Sch. W 1
ed at the Ge oral



the Press| Pest Office as uy







wth of Sept 1950
one sees in g bad dream. a creek that hardly ever hela|rymours that it is being planned of Commerce of the Americas Mails for Antigua by the Sch. Gloria | * mY yi
Wi ia Sec ~ water. for the CDC. to take over the rice COUNCIL CLERK The Chamber of Commerce of the | Henrietta will be closed at the Generai VEARS If
They drilled arene waite ae Shrubs are green where there|i™dustry. “Very careful investi- pea Our PORT OF SPAIN ees consists of the majority] Parcel and registered Mails at 9 a.m
e , " 1 ions 4 sides wi —-OF-SPs ‘ of Chambers in North, So é and Ordinary Mail at 10.18 a.m. on the}
epern brought flocks to graze.j Was only /saltbush. Farmers have Serene Oy pee Sone — ~ TRINIDAD born Mr. Joseph Central America The fesenoti 7 of Sept., 1090.0 \ . , . ”
; " ; a aun sary, é Phy “loc, the, oe aaa : tts . vamaice Jails for British Guiana the }
“Within oe ee eg nag meng pty Algal vestigations, by their very nature, cormatetnenn ten ed cer Chamber is a member of that body, D'Ortac will be ¢ losed at tii Gents
: dy ; oe : ae al Secretariat, has been appoin Post Office as under
only one sheep station left. Soon, pastures. must take some time to mature ed to the new post of Governor’s ADVANCED CIVIC Parcel and Registered Mails at 9 a.m
even that had gone, Geologists wonder what will co Secretary, and Clerk to the nd Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.1 on the





happen to the water, Pear nitive C ; COURSE Oth of Sept., 1950 |
London Express Service. American Ordained Executive Council (From Ow 0 n Correspondent

Since then, many have come





denval- eae’ the rains, and gone — . PORT-OF-SPAIN

espairingly with the droughts. - OWING to the success of the |

Then, after weeks of rain last The Weather | Anglican Priest MERGER LIKELY Civic Course held by the Extra ee 00sé

peer, peer "mat who owns TODAY | PORT-OF-SPAIN. Mural Department in Trinidad, G Bl d Bleeding
uloorina eep station in I s.|the Department is w planning tums, So

Northern Seats heen, fen || Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m. In B.G. THE RENOWN SHIRT FAC-|the Department is now planning| Q@rtms Bleed «. re

me “ar ¢ rane M th and
TORY of Port-of-Spain and the} to hold a three year advanced Loose Teeth mean that you have Bromine

(From Our Own Correspondent) Garment Factory may join with|civie course to be conducted by | Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease
GEORGETOWN, |the Caribbean Knitting Mills and| Dr. Peter Pau, which will provide that will wOOnSr OF later cause your teath

i i : : ; ‘ anther & mae 7 cause I. a |

: : 6.00 pm At an impressive three-hour ser-| the West Indian Hosiery Mills,| ot only the necessary courses Of] and Heart ‘Trouble. Amosan stops gum |

Water: 5.07 a.m., 4,57 viee at St. George’s Cathedral on| which have applied to the Econo-| students for B.Se., (Hons. Econ.) bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth

out to drop poison bait for-din-|| Sum Sets: 5.52 p.m,
fore on his 1,399-square-mile Moon (Last Quarter)
nolding.







Swirling Waters





. 2 7 n . - 4 anne . d quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
Sunday morning Rev. Glen H.| mic Advisory Board for pioneer} but will include a social, economic | 3)" ne. A 8 ake you

When he looked down; he saw|f> P-M. Walker of the U.S.A. was ordain-| status in respect of the knitting of} and political study of West Indian | jnout ‘well and. save your teeth. oF
foaming water moving across the | YESTERDAY ed priest of the Anglican Church| goods. problems. Bea Waa Ainbeen tard sate sharlat
crazy - paving of sun = scorched Rainfall (Codrington) Nil by His Grace the Archbishop of today. ‘The guar-
wastes. Into the lake bed, 39ft. Total for month to yester- the West Indies. At the same ‘'Amosan antee protects
below sea level, it swirled round day: 7.84 ins. service Mr. E. G. Fonseca, a Cus- for Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth
rr Already the basin was Temperature (Max. 86.0° F. toms Officer was ordained a BP) Neeseah cise bncepa' retest

ng. Temperature (Min,) 72.5° F Deacon,

The Diamantina, Wrasburten Wind Direction (9 a.m.) i ~ 3
and Cooper rivers, which normally E.S.E., (3 p.m. E. by 8 pee gee eae a Coe
peter out in desert ground, had , e E . eacon last April in Louisiana,

oe 5 miles per U.S.A., and came to British Gui-





ana in May to take up an appoint-
“Ton ca 29,941, ment as Curate at St. Aidan’s,

Wismar.
Mr. Fonseca who will be serv-
ing as Deacon at Christ Church,

Opinions Differ On will not be receiving payment for

his services to the Church, rene eamas



J.M. Campbell Will
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PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The British West Indian Sugar
Association will be represented by
Mr. J. M. Campbell, Vice-Chair-
man of the West India Committee,
at the meeting between the
United Kingdom authorities and
Colonial sugar interests, which is
due to meet this week in London
for private discussions arising from
the draft agreement prepared ai
the July meetings of the Inter-
national Sugar Council.

It was pointed out in Trinidad
that the discussions will be on
purely domestic matters to be
discussed between the United
Kingdom and her Colonies.

When the last’ British West
Indies sugar delegation visited
the United Kingdom, the Honour-
able H. A, Cuke, one of the mem-
bers of the delegation represented
the B.W.I. Sugar Association, and
had Mr. Campbell as his alterna-
tive.

Adult Suffrage

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

Opinion in Trinidad is divided

as to whether the people of the

Colony have reached the stage to (From Our Own Correspondent)
make intelligent use of the

privileges of adult suffrage. Many
persons are in agreement with a

recent statement made by the
Barbadian editor and _ politician

Mr. Dan Blackett, who remarked
that the Colony was not ripe for
this important step. Others feel,
that, viewing the results of the

last General Elections, the people} guava having been boiled at one
acquitted themselves fairly well,

considering the large number of
candidates from whom they hac
to choose their representatives
Some circles found that the elec-
torate had done a good job. One
or two others felt that there were
enough sane and sober person:

elected to the Legislature who

would be able to guide the coun-

$20,000 GUAVA
FACTORY

GEORGETOWN.
Plans are nearing completion
for the erection of a $20,000.00
guava jelly factory which it is
expected will go into operation
early next year.

Experiments in the bulk manu-
facture of guava jelly have been
| suecessfully concluded, 100 lbs. of

|time, Experiments were carried
out by Mr. Harry Paul,’ Agricul-
tural Chemist of the Department
| of Agriculture, at a pilot plant
| erected by Mr. B. S. Thankur,
| Junior Social Welfare Officer of
| the Social Welfare Division of
the Department of Local Govern-
ment.

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DAPPER Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick,

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jed General Robertson as Britain's means—call it what you _ like 4 On this man-made mesdow, where the
. High Commissioner in West Ger- Communism or Red imperialism. First Step saudy trappings of a World's Fair bloomed a Ss) AMS
WITH the introduction of silent zones in | york that Germany does not want Eight million refugees from the ; Raat ? me » take t only meaning ae
Bridgetown it was ‘ hoped that the city 8 new army, East zone now in Western Ger- General ittmar, whose nim-|@ecade ago, CY FARE Pa gs OFS) Bottles Mc Ewans Beer
would be less noisy and that the Hine Now that, coming f¥om Sir many tell stories, true or false, ble brain g@feated Goebbels and| but reality.
ye ¥ ve po Ivone, whose job is to keep his of their trials under the Russian other top Mazis in his radio re- You cannot look and listen in on this fifth
authorities would soon see their way to | boss, Mr. Ernest Bevin, informed lash before they left. ports (“I) always in danger " : ; ————7
extending the scope of the silent zones on German trends is a very im- These stories are reiterated by from the, rn Allied wartime}|session of the U.N. General Assembly with-
, ’* |portant statement—if true. the 50,000 refugees who, every oe eye me of attack-! 44 feeling that somehow mankind has
This has not. been the case.. Indeed in It would mean that in five years month, flee from tne East zone ing G ”), told me that the Nation ; NOTICE
recent weéks*the noise of Bridgetown has |the German people, from being of Germany for succour in the first step mecessary in Germany achieved a parliament in whic ope is
¢ ed. Th ne ae aid : the most aggressive militarists West. : is what he calls “moral rehab- justified.
increased. e new met of advertise- Europe has seen in the past They are ready ilitation.”

ment by employing a truck to drive around
playing music, while it may be useful as
an advertising medium, certainly increases

three generations, have almost
overnight become a nation of
flute-playing pastoralists.

Could even the most sanguine

to fight for
their wives and families if the
are given the weapons, rath

than go through their experiences
again.

He meams that the sentences
passed on Germany’s wartime
leadexs, particularly Field-Mar-
shal von Manstein and others, for

It may not be the best parliament that man
ean achieve, but it at least has the makin’s.
And the very fact that 59 member nations

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. ' : ae . a ae ‘ 31 si hey fight
the distractions of those who have to try to of Britain's highly paid “re ’ alleged ‘crimes against partisans} sit down together here, even when t
? r : education” team in Germany— The German wartime generals in Russia should be reviewed. Sait asee ioicing. *
work in the city. it was their job to make Ger- to-day are not asking whether Said Dittmar: “Perhaps these like cats and dogs, is cause for POS STOCK - TAKING
; mans “anti-militarist democrats” there will shortly be some form men, now in jail, might be tried As we all know, sometimes the cater-

The police should take steps and should
be given a discretion in the exercise of
their powers. They should be-given the
right to stop noises which are savoidable

; Q } ‘ » Germany, he believes , should d will Reo for Business on
; tronger than the Reichswehr attack from the East. Hitler's , . an pen for
and which can only be a nuisance to those | Jermitted to the Weimar Re- tank expert. General Hasso von 20W set up its embryo are | most of the haymakers are telegraphed and
who are compelled to spend their days in I ae By = eens Allies ear. says . amg weil oy mJ oar eee <— ot pnabkain tena’ Uilela eine etnies aa TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBER
nder the eat ft rsai a wo ars to build. But to- Sa . A
the city. @. \itun Ga Milnes Gall Gag Ain wints wes contradicted to YO0L POY ammunist attack. | iodge and throw a Sunday punch than in the Will Our Customers please arrange accordingly ?
me by Hitler's foremost military A Gernfan army woulc

It is not only in Bridgetown ‘that a
wanton disregard for the comfort and ¢on+
venience of others is displayed. Many
religious gatherings continue far into the

—make a claim like that?

As far as Sir Ivone is con-
cerned, the trouble is that Ger-
nany to-day has an army, and
1y population test, four times

On Wrong Side

The further trouble is that this
rmy, more than 200,000 strong,
vith a cadre of 50,000 tough ex-

of German army, military police,
militia, or garde mobile, but how
long it will take to set up some
force in the West which would
hold up any Russian plans for an

scientist, General Kurt Dittmar,
wartime Nazi radio commentator.

No-Nazi Dittmar—“‘I am a
passionte Prussian and hated the

by a court of men who have been
up against the Communist par-
tisans in Korea They would
know more of the problem

threat to the West” he said, “It
must be thoroughly Europeanised
and completely merged withio
an Atlantic Treaty force.”

To arm a German force would

vauling is almost more than human nature
can bear. But at least it’s done publicly, and
ach of us can see just how ornery and can-
‘ankerous the other fellow is. Furthermore,

old days when countries just jumped each
other in the alley.

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; 3 hs , Wehrmacht and ex-S.S. men, Nazis’"—talked to me for two mean fewer U.S, weapons for the, {9 matter how diverse the men, they have a
night and often the noise is great. Since rained in the most modern hours about the “future German other Western countries. , sith disci cP byeignbal easel A Aiceiindin Differ- ‘Phones: 4413, 4472 & 4687
many of these meetings are~held in resi- veapons, is on the wrong side of army.” I met him in the tiny But Dittmar and his wartime | WUUlUGe OF problems ; S
dential areas. the nuisance value is con- ie Iron Curtain, villa on the bank of the Weser colleagues, and a lot of other/«nce in pigmentation and climate does not
siderable. Such meetings should be forced vermany, keyed to march against he lives in a couple of rooms with we cone round ~ the idea that ee ie eee from et
¢ | he West on orders from the his wife and family. they should put their money on | celand from having a common interest in
rae a seg encore sgstien uae ‘remlin, instead of being anti- His talk boiled down to this:— Western Germany, 95 per cent.! onocide, inflation and American soft drinks.
when those who have worked hard all day omtnunist in West Germany, “I have no doubt that within passionately anti-Communist. to| } fe ae RA cit eh orid. theret6
expect and are entitled to some rest and repared to defend the West one year West Germany could bear the brunt of any Eastern | In the eyes of the Western world, there-is
quiet gainst a second “Korea” attack build up a ea police Spearhead drive. , nm almost immeasurable gap between the
nt trom the East. force with the aid of foreign De a : K : ‘
Poli : ‘ Hitler’s wartime generals are weapons which would be able to “A Lesson” istory and cultural contributions of France
itical meetings are a similar source |tninking about this problem Stop any second Korea in Ger- nd the Fiji Islands to the world of to-day
of e€ on some occasions. Duri They are beginning to creep out many.” (This is the period And thus you begin to under-| 5 Sir Lals ‘ aay
roe ng inter the conor a kiutee within’ which Mr. _ Shinwell, stand why Sir Ivone’s remark in ut Sir Lala Lakuna, of the Fijis, and

pre-election campaigning such meetings
may. “be” excusable and perhaps even in-
es yable but if the representatives of the

é feel it necessary to address ‘their
constituents during the period of their
leadership they should do so in a manner
least_ calculated fo cause annoyance and
inconvénienge.. This can best be achieved
by bringing their meetings to a close at an

It is the Communist in East

Wehrmacht sun where once again
hey will have the heel-clicking,
ne saluting, and the honours they
ove,

They Knew...

There is one factor in Germany
hich exists in no other country
vest of the Iron Curtain: the
-ermans know what occupation
»y .the Russians means. They

River in Central Germany where

Britain’s Defence Minister, hopes
to get another armoured division
to Germany.)

Said Dittmar: “Within a year
—less if we have enough drive—
we could have more than 100,000
old Wehrmacht men in_ this
police force completely capable of
resisting any attack on West Ger-
many by the German Communist
army in East Germany.”



people, believe that the U.S. chiefs |

New York caused eyebrows to
lift in top U.S., and German cir-
cies in Germany.

Americans in Germany are
laughing at a new Communist
slogan which has mushroomed all
over the Soviet zone and along
the autobahn to West Germany.

With unconscious irony its
author screams in ift.-high let-
ters: “Korea is a lesson and a
warning for the German people.”



‘oreign Minister Robert Schuman, of France,

both subtle, highly educated and acute
human beings, speak the same danguage in
this atomic age.

Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of the American
lelegation and His Excellency, Nasrollah
“intezam of Iran, the newly elected president
of the General Assembly, are excellently
equipped to understand each other. Both








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TAPPERS,: BENCH. AND

‘ ABLE GR
oes

; know better than anyone else in| He added, waving his hand: —LES. LOCAL
early hour. . are Brahmins, the one from Boston, the other QISTRIBUTOR
The new traffic arrangements do not from Teheran, half way round the world,
allow of the diversion of traffie during F La wy and each understands the longing of men of * a
meetings.of the Legislature. The acoustics ree ers good will for peace in this, our time. DaCosta Electrical Department
of the.two chambets-used for these meet- LONDON. Libel and slander actions are} Britain’s foreign minister, Ernest Bevin,

ings arg not god and*the task of those who
have to report their proceedings are all
the more difficult, It is time that some.
aural aid was introduced into the chambers
eoneerned so that reporters and public

may be enabled to hear proceedirigs with

See nke

‘greater ease.

Britain’s new state scheme for
legal aid, which comes ‘ato opera—
tion on October 2, is expecied to
precipitate a sharp rise in the
number of divorce cases.

Legal experts predict that many
hundreds of . people who could
not otherwise afford vhe expense
of divorce proceedings will take
advantage of the free facil ties,

At present iv is impossible to

Ry Fred Doerflinger

He therefore comes within the
legal aid scheme but he must
make a contribution vo legal ex-
penses and this at most would a
$358.40. That is arrived at b
subtracting from the $1,153. 60
the $8.40 a week up to wh'ch he
gets legal aid free. This leaves
$716.80 which is then divided by

not covered by whe scheme,

The Government has nothing
te do with the working of the
scheme and an action cold be
brought with legal aid from the
stave against any state depart—
ment,

For the purpose of the scheme
the country is divided into 12
Jegal aid areas under which are
2 large number of local commit-

who looks both ill and old, and Gen. Carlos
Romulo of the Philippines, are equally
cognizant of the problems of the Pacific in
the semi-cold, semi-hot war.

It would be useless to pretend that what
goes on at Flushing Meadow ts a love feast.
And it has plenty of comic aspects. The





NOTICE

J sai iis ‘ : 5 estimate how many civil actions two making his contribution tee, who will grant certificates | Mutable laws of the alphabet have placed e

eaueysially a mpatier for the general public. |ronf ta ‘schae but Yetal'ca AC AG hed any capita he would ‘nti9,2%t, eating, a report | che Yugoslav delegation this session directly .
Thete ¢ahnot: be. laws for everything and | Win be at least $2,900,000 2 youn Cow eee ee Seon eto Person's means. The | commit- pees ie cemineden. roe much must be left to the good sense of the | Already some’ 5,000. lawyers would be taken. cant hag to pug towserls Mis teva tha teen oe are rroushout each session at TAKING WE BEG TO THANK OUR
people. Greater consideration for others |°5¥@, Joned the various panels A married man with a total in- costs and whether it must be} ‘Me backs of Tovarish Vishinsky and _ his + W i

and a willingness to forego one’s activities
in the interest .of one’s neighbours will do
more good than all the laws and> regu-
lations which’ may be passed.



which. will administer the scheme

The Legal Aid and Advice Act
will not be broughy into effect
as a whole on October 2 but only
that part of it which applies to
High Courts and Courts of »Ap-
peal, For the present, county
courts are excluded unless a case
is remitted to them from the
| High Courts. Free legal aid in

come of $2,100 would also have a
disposable income of less than
$1,176 and would be entitled to
assistance.

The underlying intention is
that no one shall be precluded by
lack of means from recourse to
the King’s judges.

To gev legal aid in bringing
an action the applicant must go

in a lump sum or in instalments

In assessing a man’s capital, per-
sonal belongings such as clothes,
furniture and tools of his trade
will be excluded and a man who
owns a house will not have this
vaken into account unless its
value exceeds $5,600. After that
half the expenses will be count-

fellow delegates, and when a Jug gets up
to speak, the Russians and their satellites
glare at Tito’s Lads. But, at least, they aren't
knifing each other—yet. Just glaring.

There is wry humour in that fact that
Vishinsky et al sit on their collective hands
whenever the delegate of Republican China



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jer al cases is already cov— before his local committee which ed. Legal aid can be refused} has the floor arid that Sen. W i
BARBADIAN | ered, ‘ . Will be set up by the law Society aitogether if a man’s “disposable + . Pra as eeieat : Peat Set ENDEAVOURS TO CONTINUE GIVING
| Assistance under the néw (solicitors) and the Bar Council capital’ is in excess of $1,400 | Permanent head of the American delegation,

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schame will be available for
people with g “disposable” in-
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(barristers), This committee will
listen to the applicant and dec'de
whether he has _ reasonable

As it might prejudice a jury,
the fact ‘hat a person is suing or

and Mrs, Eleanor Roosevelt invariably lead
the applause.

THEM THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MER-

defending with state aid will be PRICES, COM-
THE d ure of the Speaker of the | mat means they mtist not have ee yh being given legal kept secret. But despite the grave differences between CHANDISE. AT “BEST
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the openi ‘session. of the Imperial Parlia- cone eee, and up to $182 ‘n there is the safeguard that if any Vaxed fees, the remaining 15 per | Nations are meeting at Flushing Meadow and ‘
ment marks an-henour and a privilege ett a cae “Ghceen de Suan than as "he pues oe alee ooeie ae eset 4 ee of} doing their darndest to get something done. eet :
which has accorded to the Legislature , 38. some wee ee pee. ‘ronan teens can be refused although vhe Whereas in 5 fareaa thd A lot of ’em will be yelling “Murder!” “Fire!”

of this isla The Speaker, in Barbados sions contribution from him is Sart Be pein a Fi es Sang joaebinoed ay o the “Thief!” before this meeting. ends. There WE CORDIALLY WELCOME YOU

as in England, is traditionally outside the ag
turmoil of*party strife, Mr. Husbands eatdibe cae et ane : vean inate here is also the precaution of Appeal, in Scotland iv will be tackling. e

will be going not as the representative of
his party but as the delegate and repre-

deduct income tax of $308, Na-
tional Insurance conributions of
$36.40 and rent up to $182 so that



thav if the applicant hood—winks
the committee and the case turns
cut to be a worthless one wh’ch

available in civ!l actions in the
Courts of Session (equivalent to
the High Courts in England) and





But perhaps if the delegates keep yelling,
they won’t start shooting, and the parliament

DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd.

i is lost ,then vhe judge, at his Sheriff imi :
sentative of the people of Barbados and | his “dispesable” income would discretion, can order c plaintiff Me evil taper ws ‘Tnalisn of man will have a chance,
their ancient Constitution in which he be $1,153.60, to pay the defendant's costs, county courts). —I.N.S. DRY GOODS DEPT.
plays so important aapart. . ‘VISITORS TO BARBADOS are would s a str as
Mr. Fred Bethel also ‘leaves shortly to ‘usually quick to sense the pre- get rattle aaa gal Saging

represent the Legislature of Barbados at

have shown their realisation of the fact

ailing idea that Sugar is King in
the ‘island, especially during the

hazard to other users of the roads.

KING SUGAR

the island and the world outside,

I believe that the people who come

for tourists and settlers to be en
ccuraged Yo come here and enjoy

of us feel that we have not really

PUPBOPV BOY





















4



Pe OPOP PFS,

«crop season hi 2) : M the wonderful climate, which is WwW 9

the meeting of the Empire Parliamentary Solntide “with i ag gy gh R. E. SMY THIES a g ft of nature and costs nothing For Next eek s

Association in New ‘Zealand. Mr. G. H. tourist, trade.. One of the first to maintain, and will not wear

oms t e new er, enough to make any difference the trend seems well de/ined. cut. } . s }
Adams was Originally chosen but he was Sale te: Rowe ke one way or the other. Inflation The growing tnisat usiiode hg eee Sst eae seaperins Celebrations and :
unable to go, In electing a member of the ee driving of large cane could only be kept away from must be a considerable factor in Study © matter would clear ¥
nd often With’ stalks: stickin Barbados by the erection of a sort — the change which is taking place, | US from the charge of bringing in- i s

Opposition the members of the Legis islature - Mat ait: Wound, kor ncreabe od of economic iron curtain between but if the figures were aeatianie flation to the island. In fact some the Ho iday >
s
3

that party politics does not arise in such a

knowledge that he represents an institution
which has behind it a history and a tradi-
tion which span three centuries. Barbados
has had, representative government, even
if on a limited franchise, for a long time
and has worked and evolved its democracy
with a considerable measure of success.

Mr. Husbands and Mr.
ambassadors of Barbados.

Bethel are the
They go forth

The drivers seem to feel that they

upper echelons of the industry,
and much of the population that
does not happen to be directly
involved. It is in fact not unusual
for tourists to leave the island
with the feeling that everything
that is not sugar is regarded as
quite unimportant, if not actually
detrimental to the main industry.

When I came here in 1946 I met
some residents who were much
concerned about inflation, and
even seemed to blame it on people
they regarded as foreigners; com-
ing here as I did, ‘This struck

which is hardly possible.

flation is a reasonable amount of
deflation, and that would be un-
popular with the majority of the
voters, so democratic Govern-
ments are not likely to do any-
thing about it.

It is not outside the bounds of
possibility that the cane sugar
industry might some day find
itself in the same position as gold-
mining is now, perhaps owing to
new competition or developments
of one sort or another. In that
event it would be a great help to
Barbados to be less dependent on

here from other countries to live

who want to live quietly and not
interfere with anyone,
the sugar business,

No doubt Sugar is still King in
Barbados, if not quite so supreme
as once upon atime. If the trend
of the trade returns continued till
the 88% became 100%, sugar
would be only half as important
as formerly. Some of the old
monarch’s principal courtiers may
fee regret at his declining
prestige, but the advantages of
some diversification of the economy
are so obvious, that the trend in

especially

encountered it before we arrive

perhaps we ecotld say that a
place is overerowded “when its
resources do not provide employ—
ment and support for the people
in it. That being the case, and
relief by emigravion not

cable, the only alternative is to
increase the resources and bring
more ‘income to sland
whatever mears are available.
If this means bringing a few more
people along with the added in-
come, there should be no objec-
vion so long as it helps to restore
the balance and set right a sit-

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s FINE DRINKS
$ Gold Braid Rum

_Old Brandy

Guinness Stout
Tennents Bex,
Tennents Stout
Crown Drinks







Cod Fish, Red Fish
Smoked Haddock
Smoked Kippers

Slightly Gorned Beef

hd thee me right: of “way It is natural enough for the permanently would be quite im- here and enquire the price of a
case. Mr, Adams and Mr. Bethel would over all c, without the need ee Seane ahety oe Cepretted poeeant, 006, In an article in thé ray ee 9 a = Ap aie eae .
j itic: for a warning gong or siren like B , Dut it is far dvoca some weeks ago I wo DUG one. realise the ob- -
both be good delegates and their political fire engines or ambulances on better off than gold-mining, which drew attention to the settlers who jection may be. raised that Barba- ‘ >
differences*would be.of no concern. their lawful occasions. for some years now has been bring a steady income to ‘he 0S is overcrowded, and tha? \
= If the visitor remains long Squeezed between a similar rise island and provide year-round — brings up the question as-to what %
The Legislature of Barbados is one of enough to have some social contact. 89d an absolutely fixed selling employment, as well as paying Constitutes overcrowding, There 8 %
the didest’Imethe Colonial Empire and the with Barbadians, he may receive pete = ne produet, si by am taxes, which should give us some rus places in we ia Ve 8
: i an imptession that the same rnment decree, wi no relic merit as compared with the where many more people live in J “
Barbadian representative can take his attitude toward the overwhelming =" _— “ : eae eeaetnot, non-tax-paying tourist, © equal JS aaa a ere %
> rtance of sugar permeates the east, the only cure for in- ‘Ost of us are elderly, retired folk average standard of iiving,, a0! %
. stand with the other delegates in the proud impo pee $
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TABLE DELICACIES

Australian Table Butier

Australian Cooking Butter

Carrs Water Biscuits
Jacob Crackers

New Zealand Cheese

Cocktail Biscuits

i ‘ rishes of a , ’ i fr Os y. E ri s ne cause for E > s
with the best wishes of all the people of me as a little unfair, especially a a owe spe * _ sas mn th smroetion should be cause f uation that becomes worse each MEAT DEPT Ganee eiiieial

Se ig 7 plies ne ‘ fter I learned that inflation was Study of the official trade returns rejoicing. It seems evident that year -
this island. As representatives of the Bar- epparently rather late in reaching indicates that definite progress is sugar does not now provide It should help materially if Legs and Shoulders pe greg enh
bados Legislature they represent tradition the island and still not as bad as being made in that direction. adequate employment ©r support some straight thinking could be Local Mutton Anchor Evap.

in other countries. I know that

During the four years 1942 to 1945



. Top Notch Rum
Scotch Whiskey
Dry Sack Sherry
Rhine Wines ¥
Kidneys and Stew Veal

Anchor Milk Powder

: bien 3 et: fy Teka 2 for the population, and the pros- done and a defini licy evolved

and the dignity which goes with it. In a lumber in British Columbia, where inclusive, total imports exceeded pect of Cenlovatton on a signihern as to whether Seasieer ons ois Pork Feet Oranges and Grapefruit

world which pays scant respect to the I came from, was $22 per thousand exports by eet saaa’? i ke seale is very pe a are welcome or not. aia e

: : : Lceant a lh : ta war, and now it is the 4-year period 1946 to 1949 the To resist technological progress If it is serioush consid

wisdom which one generation imparts to | ag Te. mot-mny feud ailférence pws 88%. which is in any industry in eae os , Seg that they interfere 5 the se %

its successor in the shape of custom and | I would stop it if 1 could. I suffer quite striking. — more people employed _ spells business, probably ways and x PHONE GODDARDS EARLY .

tradition, they represent that wisdom and | from it as much as anyone else No doubt the figures reflect the economic suicide in Vhis com— means could be found to mini-— : x
vie oe | in the fixed income group, and war-time shortages to some petitive world. If these premises mise that, w'th good will on botn %

the stability which goes with it. in any” case am. not important extent, but even allowing for this are accepted as sound, there sides, ache POCOSSSSSOSSS: oo

Pa





FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,



Spanish
Classes

Crowded

There is a drive on in Barbados
Spanish. Teachers are
having their hands full with those

to learn

who would learn the language.

Some stores are financing the
Spanish lessons of their employees
while others are encouraging
their employees by raising the
Salaries of those who either con-

vince them of their ability to
speak the languages or who have

since acquired some fluency in it,

An humble mule-cart driver
brought to light another aspect of
the problem of preparing to ac-

commodate the Spanish speaking
Venezuelans.

He was employed by a local
hardware merchant to carry some
merchandise’ to a Venezuelan fam-
ily. They objected to paying him
and claimed that the responsibil-
ity was that of the firm.

He struck a compromise with
them and obtained a part of the
freight charge. On his return to
the store the irate sales clerk
thought he would ring and get
some explanation, He did so but
could not make himself under-
stood as he spoke no Spanish and
the Venezuelans spoke no English.

He then enquired from the

mule-cart driver how he had
made himself understood and vot
the simple answer—by speaking
Spanish,
' The driver was one of the
many Barbadians who have been
employed on the construction of
the Panama Canal and some of
whom have also worked in Santo
Domingo and in Cuba as cane
cutters,

Quite a number of Batbadians
of lowly walks in life have ac-
quired a knowledge of spoken
Spanish through these channels
and today they find that hablar
Espagnol is an asset. :

Vestry Did
Not Meet

The meeting of the Vestry of
St. Michael which was scheduled
to have taken place yesterday was
not held for want of a quorum
Only six members came. They
were, Mr. Bruce Weatherhead
(Churehwarden), Mr. A. R.
Toppin, Mr. F. C. Bethell M.C.P.,
Mr. E. D. Mottley M.C.P., Mr.
H. A. Tudor and Mr. T. W.
Miller.

Among the items which were
to have been discussed were two
motions tabled by Mr. Miller. The
first is, “that all Parochial Em-
ployees who have been in the Ser-
vice for fifteen years or more,
and are not in receipt of their
maximum salary, be raised to the
maximum as has been done in the
ease of other employees, at a
previous meeting of the Vestry.”

Mr. Miller’s second motion
urges the Vestry to discuss the
advisabitity of approaching the
Legislature with a view of amend-
ing the Vestries Act to reduce the
quorum of the Vestry from nine
members to eight or less, for the
purpose of facilitating and expe-
diting the work of this Parish,
which has been delayed through
the many abortive meetings so
recently and successively experi-
enced.



Correspondence
Among the items under Corres-
pondence is a letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated 18th
September defining a major and/or
minor tropical disturbance, and
the relative responsibility of the
Government and the Vestry, with

respect to relief measures,
There is another letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated 19th
September and informing the

1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



_ “Hamlet”
The Best Yet

“Hamlet”,


















Education
yesterday

told
He

the
was

morning.

with a very good cast.
an excellent
“Hamlet”.

Mr. J.

tion of the film “Hamlet”

play. It was ible
the grandeur of that great film .

Mr. C. Glindon Reed, Director of
Education said that the film was
the nearest approach to a work
of art in the field of cinema he
had ever seen and regarded it as
perhaps the best film he had ever
seen,

Mrs. A. L. Stuart said that the

film was a wonderful one and a
masterpiece.
Mr. L. A. Lynch, Principal of
the Modern High School said that
“Hamlet” will live in the memory
of all who are fortunate enough
to see it.

Mrs. Olga Symmonds described
the film as “marvellous”.

ee

1,647 Licensed
To Keep Stock

A Barbadian who does not keep
some kind of small stock in the
backyard is a rarity, Pig keeping
is much favoured in spite of the
sonata does not pay much,
and is little more than a temporar:
wee account, -

that respect, people Livi
outside of the city limits sea
luckier than those within those
limits, for the former can keep
pigs as they like — except those
within special areas of St. Michael
—while the latter are not allowed
to keep them at all.

Those who live within special
areas have to get a license from
the Sanitary Authorities before
they can keep their Berkshire or
the ordinary long mouth pig. The
license costs nothing.

The Annual Report of the Sani-
tation Department of St, Michael
shows that the total number of
licenses now operating is 1,647.

Legislation controlling pig keep-
ing in St. Michael makes it un-
lawful for any person to keep any
pig, hog or other description of
swine in the City of Bridgetown
or in any other of the towns of
this Island.

The limits of Bridgetown are
roughly:

“From Barrier Bridge in the
direction of Bay Street in
a direct line to the cross
road at Enmore House
(formerly the residence of the late
Sir Harold Austin) thence down
River Road to the Constitution
River in front of what was
formerly the property of Samuel
Ames from thence along the course
of the river as far as the Con-
demned Road between the Gully
Houses and Doctor Straughn’s
property (Harmony Hall Road),
in a line to the Garden House
(Hon, R. Challenor’s residence)
thence along Country Road to
Dunsinane (Mrs. Collymore’:
residence) across White Park Road
along Passage Road and across





the Universal_Inter—
national Academy award film is
the best one I have ever seen
Mr. C. Glindon Reed, Director of
“Advocate”

speaking
after a special preview of the
film given by the Management
of the Globe, Theatre yesterday

Comments made by others who
attended the film were as follow:

Mr. Neville Connell, Director of
the Barbados Museum said that
the film was a very brilliant one
It was
interpretation of

C. Hammond, Head-
master of Harrison College said
that he really never appreciated
the play until he saw the produc-

Mrs. L. M. Trimingham, Acting
Headmistress of Queen’s College
said that the film was an amazing
one and made one appreciate the

impossii to
describe the characterisation and



_ Tragic Lovers of “Hamlet”



LAURENCE OLIVICR an¢ Jean Simmons, as Hamlet and Ophelia

are the tragic lovors of the widely acclaimed Olivier production of
“Hamlet”.



Mount Tabor Students
Awarded Certificates

“The only climax to education is the graveyard”, Dr. Ham-
ilton, former Principal of the Barbados Evening Institute,
told girls of the Mt. Tabor branch of the jnstitute yester-
day evening before they were presented with certifi-
cates for Needle Craft and Domestic Science,
Dr. Hamilton was speaking on combined w i th
‘the werk of the Institute. Miss| achievement
Pilgrim, daughter of Rev. A. C.! He did not wish people to under-

that adequate

Pilgrim, presented 30 certificates|rate the value of the certificates
to the girls and’ women of the|He would admit. that they only
Institute. Fourteen were given| had local value, but he thought]
certificates for needle craft and that the matter of certificates was
16 for domestic science. one in which they should be ix
Mr. R. C. Springer, Principal ©: | Gevaiuation

the Institute, spoke yesterday of | Those who had gained certifi-
Dr. Hamilton’s strenuous work

7 |} cates were deserving of then,
for the Institute, | An Observation

During his address, Dr. Ham- ; . an eal y rears
ilton said that the supervisor of|. eh hase Pose hee ae
the Mt. Tabor branch, Mr. 0. w. [S2me had necessarily dropped out
Weekes, was chiefly instrumental| © did not think that in many
in bringing about the success of|°@Ses, it was through indifference,
the branch. It was, he said, due But there was a strong observa-
to his energy and intelligence tion Be, wanted. to make. Tagy

Mr. Weekes moved a vote of| Should not think that with the end
thanks. of the course, they had

Mrs. E. Gay was the instructor | °Verything. The only climax there
in domestic science and Mrs. O. &.| Was to education, was the grave-
Weekes in Needlecraft. yard, There was no such thing as

Dr. Hamilton said that his
duties at Harrison College haa
made it impossible for him to con-
tinue his duties as Principal of the
Institute and Mr, Springer who
was at present on leave had de-

their work, they should regard it}
only as a starting point for their |
own endeavours,

a struc him that the
cided to carry on the work $6 at — Weekes’ pupi's |
sometime. They were fortunate in were of a high standard, They |

having his services. He would be
released from the stiff pressure ‘of
werk in a little while and he ex-}|
pected to continue his interest in

should always try to get their own |
cesigns and never take them from’
a book. If one copied designs from |

sti ‘ 4 ,../a book, and eventually allowed ;

ie bane Ore * Se themselves to foster the feeling |
a The aaaio function of the Bar-| that. they were their own, it|
i i he saiq.| Would not be honest. Nor couid }

bados Evening Institute, he said,| â„¢ feat the true aloty of the spro- |
was to provide instructions of a SORisEe tt ae Le bauer to
vocational character, not to cen-,Cuction. It vy Saal ao
tre so much’on the cultural sub-|have an indifferent design r

one not their own.

jects, even though they might be The following gained certificates:

more important in the long run,

‘ GRADE 1
but more on practical subjects:) ouise Jackman, Enid Mapp, Geonmre
They were concentrating on the] yoider, Daisy Mayers and Barhara
j ic Millar
subjects which helped people to} I mee oe
acquire skill, whether they wer Ivy Alleyne, Btheline Graham = ane
teachers who wanted to increase) victoria Spooner ak ;
epee Beneennss Soeeeae Or). Pearl Bennett, Enid Harri Carscers |
those who wanted to pursue a4] yoider, Beryl MeCollin, Petr! St. Hill
commercial career or any like} and Pauline Sargeant. |
branches, | Domestic Science
i GRADE 1
: Opportunity Barbar Miller, Enid Mapp, tnez
Girls who wished to make use} granam, and Jean Howard
ies ic rame G 2
of those faculties. which came, Etheline Graham, Wilheimina Haynes

perhaps more naturally to them,

i Dorothy Headley, Leonora Holder, Loutse
domestic science—cocking and

Jackman and Clandine Spooner
the like—and which would stay hee GRADE Bow ae ae
i E en Prine Ma i
fhem.iin good stead) as. family MeCollin "Dal Mayers, Enid | Harres
women, were given the oppor-| gna Pearl St. Hill

tunity to gain a sufficient .knowl-
edge.

Then there was needlecraft in
the broadest sense of the word
He had watched that class from



TONIGHT

learnt |

complete mastery of any subject |
As splendid as they had been in!

Concert At Rocks |

Festival of Britain And

British Industries Fair
Visitors Advised To Make
Early Arrangements

}

‘

| “Because of the\large numbers of visitors expected in
Britain next year, there will be very heavy demands on
travel and hotel accommodation and I strongly advise busi-
nessmen who intend to visit the British Industries Fair to

| make reservations as early as possible.” So said Mr. Aubrey
R. Starck, O.B.E., H.M. Trade Commissioner in the British

| West Indies, British Guiana and Bermuda.

satiny

No Steamers
Between Trinidad
Arid Tobago

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN

In Pert-of-Spain, concern is
being expressed in commercial
circles over the absence of steamer
tommunications for the transport
of goods between Trinidad and
the Island of Tobago.
A firm of Commissioner agents
cabled Mr. A.’ P. T. James in
Tebago asking that he make an
immediate special appeal and
Strong recommendations to the
Government with respect to the
number of days when no steamer
Opportunities will be available t
transport soods and produce to
and from Pembroke, Roxberough
; and Charlotteville
Said a Pc rt-of-Spain merchant,
“Tobago has not done anything deserve such treatment from the
local authorities. They shou'd
enjoy as much and as many facil-
ities as we in Trinidad,”
The Port-cf-Spain Harbour
Master, stated yesterday that the
, ONE period without service was
| due to the fact that the “Trinidad’
;was under repairs. This vessel,
| he said, had two hatches while
the “Tobago” only had one. He
also said that the reason why
| these ships were not calling at the
| ports named was due to the fact
that these towns were connected
to Tobago’s chief's town Scarbor-
ough by road.



1

| Marriage Clauses
Amended

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN,
Amendments to the Matrimonia)
Clause Ordinance to smooth out
hardships in the law as it stands
at present, have been drafted,
and will shortly be submitted te
the Legislative Council
A ciause in the Bill
‘enable a wife who



seeks to
has been

| deserted by her husband to pre-

sent a petition for divorce upon
the ground of desertion if imme-
diately before her marriage she
was domiciled in the Colony,

Another clause in the Bill seeks
to enable the party against whom
a decree nisi has been obtained to
apply for the decree absolute
where the party in whose favour
the decree has been made fails
to apply for the decree to be
made absolute.



RANCE ACCEPTS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

| PORT-OF-SPAIN

| ACCORDING to Councillor
Aubrey James, the newly elected
jmember for East Port—of—Spain
eat, and one of the mediators in
| the recent Mental Hospital strike,
| His Excellency the Governor, Sit
| Hubert Rance accepted a proposal!
jon Saturday last to submit the
| grievances of the Mental Hospital
staff to a Conciliation Board.







Vestry that it has been decided|Baxter’s Road to the Westbury
that Government funds should not| Road Corner and thence ina
be provided for the building of aj straight line to the beach (Fonta-



proposed Central Community Hall
in Queen's Park, and that the
Vestry’s request for assistance in
extending the Nightengale Home,
wilt be considered shortly, along
with other proposals for Develop-
ment, but that there would appear
little prospect of its inclusion in a
Development Plan, except on a
low priority.

88° In The Shade

MEN with their coats over their
arms and others wearing shorts
and open neck shirts yesterday
gave evidence of the intense heat
that was felt by all.

It was half-holiday for many
employees and it was not long
after they were released from
work that several were seen go-
ing to the seaside.

At one time the thermometer
registered 88 degrees.





Fruit And Coal Come

THE motor vessel “T.B. Radar”

belle) opposite the north-west
point of Pelican Island.

It is also unlawful for any
person to keep any pig, hog, oF
other description of swine within
the area lying between the limits
of the City of Bridgetown and the
following boundaries unless he
shall have first obtained a license
from the Commissioners of Health
for the Parish of St. Michael.

Roughly defined these boundaries
are: From the boundary line
dividing St. Michael and Christ
Church extending) from the beach
on the south-eastern side of St.
Ann's Fort to a point meeting the
boundary wall of the military pro-
perties on the north-eastern side
of the Garrison, and along this
boundary wall to the North
Gate, then along Dalkeith
Road to along Beckles Road
along Culloden Road, Pine Road
Welches Road, Condemned Road.
Glendairy Road

Bank Hall Cross Road to Eagle
Hall corner and from thence in a
straight line to the junction of the
Westbury Road and Westbury New



brought 56 ‘bunches and 486
packages of fresh fruit from St.
Lucia yesterday. The ‘“Radar”’.
under Capt. Abelf Archbold,
brought also a small quantity of
cocoanuts and charcoal.



£2 For Speeding

“MOTORISTS are still con-
tinuing to speed on the roads”,
Mr. E. A. McLeod told Leslie Taitt

eof Tudor Bridge, St. Michael
yesterday when he fined him £2
for driving the motor bus M-1402
on Baxters ‘Road at over 28 miles



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
a.m.
Mobile Cinema, Dunscombe

Plantation Yard, 7.30 p.m.
Police Band Concert at
Hastings Rocks, 8.00 p.m.



per hour.

The speed limit on that road is
15 miles per hour for that kinc
of vehicle.
mitted on August 7

The offence was com-

Road, along the Westbury New
Road to Fontabelle Road and og
to the beach.



% APPLES & PEARS—Per lb...
% GRAPENUTS —Per Pkg......

GINGER, ORANGE, VANILLA and
CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX—Per Pkg.
ROMARYS HONEY BAKE BISCUITS—Per A
ROMARYS GINGER BAKE BISCUITS—Per Tin 79
ROMARYS PARMESTICKS BISCUITS—Per Tin
ALLSONS ROLLED OATS—Per Tin—

PABLUM — Small Pkg...
PABLUM — Large Pkg.......

NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK—1 4
NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK—5 Ib. tin
PRUNES IN SYRUP—1 Ib. tin..



1%
i|

\3



91 %

48. ¥
Bee 68 |
Lipa ee Ls 1.23 8 |
lb. tin 92 2 |
401 |
43 %& |
a
4 ‘

%

\% STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LTD.

POCO SS OC SS SSS SS SSS FOO OOOO

the beginning and had _ been \ ,
Strongly impressed by the keen- The Police Band under Capt. Fined 30/- For
ness and skill of their instructor Raison will give the fortnightly

and the advantages which had
been taken of the work by the|
pupils. That in itself was one of
the chief factors which allowed
for their being there then to wit-
ness a presentation of certificates.

There was much debate and

concert at Hastings Rocks tonigh’
7
beginning at 8 o'clock, The pro-
gramme will be:— :
MILITARY MARCH MEDLEY
Colonel Bogey on Parace Alford
OVERTURE—Liiac Tene Schubert
The Flower Song; Marche Militaire;
Yours is my heart; My sweetest song

many differences of opinions of all

forwarded at the end of the first BALLET SUITE—The Shoe nes

year as to whether the course Sandal and the Brogue

should then be regarded as being SELECTION—The Showboat —Romberg
e ey Theme song Ol an Rive f

SEE ait Bat seg ae DESCRIPTIVE—In a Chinese Temp'c

Garden Keteibey
girls for another year. Eventually| xyLOPHONE SOLO—The Flyer Galop

the decision to continue was made —Ridewood

Soloist;—Cpl. W. Best. i
and ey he thought that 11] p17 MusIC—Snowwhite and the Seven
was a wise decision. Dwarts Chure!

He thought that the occasioning ene song “Some day my (prince
irle rere w come
of ar te em re meee TRUMPET DIVERSION—Trumpet Ayre
not members 0 e pres class and Tune Jeremiah Clarke
and who wanted to join, was more Soloist ;—Bandsman Lovell

FiLM CLASSICS Berlin Cava'-









Dangerous Driving

ANOTHER fine of 30/- was im
; posed on Arden Nicholls of Bank
| Hall yesterday by Mr. E. A, Me-
Leod when he was found guilty

f driving the motor lorry M-1054
on Black Rock Road in a danger-
| ous manner on August 31



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| PURINA

For Poultry and Livestoch

“SEE THE

| held in London a hundred year



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DIFFERENCE

than compensated by ia cet ee Irving pane
that finished: and accomplished|pance MustCc—The Bullfrog Samib sauueus
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omen and girls had bean the) 5 veneaucin Mutionas fee. |

. the GOD SAVE HE KING ;

The certificates were not cheap-| rs na
ly earned. A girl did not auto- a aidieii ome
matically qualify for a certificate |

by putting down" her name at the
A ae made the course and then
attending. spagmpdically durin:
the first term. To qualify for a
certificate, adequate attendanc
had beep made as requisite and

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YOUR
ENJOYMENT

TO-DAY

with our special — }



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PRUNE CREAMS
AND
CREAMS

“It is well known that to com-
memorate the Great Exhibition
ago, the Festival of Britain is t
be held in 1951. This gigantic
celebration will comprise pageants
arts festivals, concerts, carnivals,
sporting events, etc., on a mag-
nificent scale. There will be a
wide variety of attractions t
satisfy every taste and the Festival
is bound to draw large numbers
of visitors from all parts of the
world.

“The opening ceremonies of the /

GUAVA

KNIGHTS—pHoenix sopa FOUNTAIN







Festival will take place on 3rc
May, whilst the British Industrie
Fair is open and there are bound
to be very heavy demands on
both travel and hotel accommoda-
tion. For that reason I strongl)
urge all businessmen in their ow:
interests to make early arrange-
ments to visit the British In-
dustries Fair
Finest Ever



bicycle home |

your guaraatee of
“The 1951 B.1,F, will be th . beter
hirtieth in the series and on thi e quality, fine eppearance and
special occasion it will be thc inl e unrivalled strength. The
finest and most representativ

trade fair ever to be held in World's leading quality

Britain, Almost every industry
is arranging for special displays
As an example, the textile in-
dustries of Britain have announce:
‘heir intention of making a major
effort which is expected to result
in one of the finest displays ot
textile products ever assembled
in one building. In all, over 100
rades will be represented at the
3.1.F. in Lendon and Birming-
ham from 30th April to 11th May
‘n London, the light industries.
such as chemicals, foodstuffs,
textiles, plastics, china and glass-
ware, sports goods, cutlery, gold
ind silverware, etc,, ete,, will be
ecommodated at Earl's Court and
Olympia and the heavy industries
vill be at Castle Bromwich, Bir-
ningham, Special travel facilities

bicycle carries this mark of

world
carries this
mark of
perfection












will be available between the

xhibition buildings in both

entres.

Catalogues in many languages E
re now being prepared. In the! The Aristocrat of all Bicycles .

ear future, posters, showcards |
ind other publicity material will

begin to appear all over the
world,”

250 Caribbean Visitors
Asked whether many visitors

re expected from the Caribbean,
Mr. Starck stated “Approximately
50 business visitors from my ter-
itory went to the B.1.F. in 1950,
he highest number ever recorded
ind I believe that its value is
‘ppreciated more than ever before
ind that the number will be much
greater in 1951, I cannot over
smphasise the necessity for early
alanning for next year, for visitors



BROAD ST.
LOCAL
‘AGENTS

DIAL 2364

|
|
HARRISON'S |
|

to the B.I.F. and the Festival
of Britain will begin to arrive
weeks before the event, The

London Hotel Information Service,

47 Leicester Square, London,
S.W.1., and the Accommodation
Officer, Birmingham Chamber of

Commerce, 95 New Street, Bir-
mingham, will be pleased to help
visitors who have difficulty in
finding accommodation, but appli-
cation to them should be made as
early as possible,



$39,710.84.
DEAL FOR
BARBADOS

Cable 28th,
Local shopkeepers and
bakers will be delighted to
know that $39,710.48 of Daily
Bread Flour has arrived and
is now available. It cost
nothing to be in on this deal
just say “I want to buy the

best-—Daily Bread Flour.”







CHOWS

PURINA MAKES”



— SOLUBLE. —







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LIGHT

And here are the bags that will keep you light and make you fashionable.
in attractive Tartan Colours with Zip Fasteners. Prices from $12.00

to $24.00



And for all Purposes

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CAVE SHEPHERD (o., Ltd.

12, & 13 Broad Street

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Thirty-nine doctors — including
leading skin specialists have now com-
pleted 14-day tests of the “ Palmolive
Beauty Plan” on 1,384 women of all
ages and every type of skin. They
report a definite, noticeable improve-
ment in the complexions of 2 women
out of 3 (supported by signed state-
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by Palmolive’s: beautifying olive-oil lather; you are
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,

1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED

FORDE—JAMES.
man’s Village

at his residence Chap-
Funeral will leave !



his late residence at 4.30 p.m. toda,
for Holy Innocent’s,CRurech where!
friends are asked io attend
Bindley Giles (son) Ethna, Jean
Annie, Mary (daughters) Beverley and
Cicely (gandchildren)
IN MEMORIAM





IN loving memory of my Dear mother
who fell asleep on Sept. 29 1949
Sleep on Beloved your work is o'er

For your loving hands will toil mo
more
For those you ‘loved you did your

best.

God grant you His Eternal Rest.

Ever to be remembered by your
daughter Gwendolyn Bourne and grarid
son Adrian Bourne

29.9.50—In.



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR — One 1939 Sedan Morris 12.
In perfect working order. New
Dial 3254, A. I. Beale, Constant Pitn
St. George 29.9.50—3n













CAR — 1949 model grey Morris Oxtora |

Saloon. Mileage 11,000. Price $1,650.00
Phone 2342 before 10 a.m.
28.9, 50--3n



TRUCK—Bedford 5 ton Truck complete
with platform and in excellent condition.
Courtesy Garage Dial 4616

27.9.50-—3n
PICKUP—Bedford Heavy Duty Pickup





done little mileage and owner leaving
island $2,550.00—Courtesy Garage Dial
4616. 27.9.50—3n



CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 | Car A. 104
in fine condition. Recently overhauled.
New Tyres. Apply to Lacy Kellman,
Cane Garden, St. Andrew.

27.9.50—4n.

ELECTRICAL

RECORD CHANGERS — Automatic by
Garrad, from $38.70 to $54.84, while they
last. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 3559.

28.9,50—t.t.n











LIVESTOCK

MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
condition, Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two
Mile Hill, St. Michael

27.9,.50—Sn

MECHANICAL

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — Large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised, gerne:
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft. To %
ineh Pump and large tank. Ring 4038.
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile a St
Michael. 27.9
acai igen ie aladag dE Ns alight t ae

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

MISCELLANEOUS

CART — One two wheel Cart—The
property of the Barbados S.P.C.A.
For particulars Apply to Herbert Wi
Williams Hon, Treasurer S.W.C.A
Pinfold Street. Dial 2673.

9.50—3n

Largest selection
in town. All “RELI-
ANCE” all Guaranteed all attractively
priced. If for any reason your shirt
displeases you, it can be returned to us
at no cost whatever to you.
ROYAL STORE, High Street.

. 28.9.50 -8n

ROCK STONES — 1/- a ft.













27





MEN’S SHIRTS —
of Men's Shirts





delivered.
Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation. 28.9.50—en



STOVE = One Perfection 2 burner
oil Stove in perfect condition. Apply
Mrs. Tempro. Dial 8140.

29.9.50-—2n





SHIRTS Ready-Mede and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours, Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, Htgh
St. 20.9 .50—Tn ,



STIEFEL’S GERMICIDAL SOAP —
Here again we only have a small quanti-
ty in stock and owing to import re-
strictions we are not allowed to import
aiymore. KNIGHT'S Lid.

26.9.50--3n

WANTED

HELP
GARDENER — Experienced Gardener.
Apply P. C. 8, Maffei & Co., Ltd.
Prince Wm. Henry Street.
28.9.50—4n.











QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply
Reliance Shirt Factory.
28.9.50—8n

—————
YOUNG LADY — Assistant for Casa-
blanca Ice Cream Parlour. Apply by
letter and in person ‘Casablanca’
Lawrence. 20.60—An,

MISCELLANEOUS:

niece

INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English
University Graduate. Schoo] Certificate
and Commercial. Proof-Reading, Typing
and Stencilling efficiently and quickly
executed.

MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538.

19.9.50.—16n.

JAM BOTTLES — One tb Jam Bottles
with covers. Stansfeld Scott & Co., Lid
29.9.50-—In.





jet cao

SAFE—£xtra large Iron Safe. Apply
to Mrs. Nellie Belmar, Winona, Maxwell
Coast. Tel. 8135. 23.9.50-—5n

PUBLIC NOTICES |









TUITION

TUITION Given in Spanish, French
German and Italian by Mrs. Carlota
Gonsalves, Teacher at the University
of Ecuador and Ex-Offetal Translator
for the Venezuelan Gevernment, Will”
also undertake translattor of Officte!
Documents and books, Classes will begin
on ist October, Call between 2.30 and
€ p.m. 8495, Santa Clara, St. Lawrence

26.9.50—2"

PERSONAL

——_—$———

The public are hereby warned agains:
credit to my wife LEONE GREEN (nee
Jordan) as I do not hod myself re-
sponsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed DY

me
Sed. C. A. GREEN
St. Davids Village,
Christ Church
20.9.50—2n













The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife HILDER CON-
NELL (nee Pigott) as I do not hold,
myself responsible for her or anyone)
else contracting eny debt or debts in
my name unless by a_ writlen order
signed by me.

Sgd. JOSEPH CONNELL,
Black Rock, Near The Mount
St. Michael.







LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Edith Vance holder
of Liquor License No. 664 of 1950 grant-
ed to Vivian Carter in respect of a
board and shingle building with shop
attached at corner of King Street and
Saxters Road, B'town for permission to
use said license at the above premises

Dated this 27th day of September 1950
To:— E. A. McLEOD, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed D. BAYLEY,
for applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be helc
at Police Court, District “A”, on Mon-
day the 9th day of October 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m

B.A

Police Magistrate,

Mc LEOD,
Dist. “A’

29.9.50



Tyres. | ~



|

| FOR RENT

HOUSES

ABERDEEN





- Upper Colkvmere Rock
y

to Herbert H. Williams, Pinfold Street
Dial 2673 27.9. 50—3r
HOUSE — Very attractive counjrs

8.9.50—t.f.n

MODERN BUNGALOW — 3 Bedrooms
For Particulars Dial 2398













| Partly furnished or unfurnished. App!)



house in the Parish of St. George. Fully

furnished except for silver and linen |
Recently decorated throughout. to be
jet for about one year. Apply to Car-
rington & Sealy.

27.9.50-—In

LARGE HOUSE & “& “APARTMENT

On Sea, St. Lawrefice, fully furnished
Phone 8357.









Drawing, Dining, 2 bedrooms, W.C.;
Bath: Electricity. Excellent bus route.
6 minutes’ walk to sea Apply James

A. Millington,
opposite Dover.

“Jandor” Maxwell's Rd

28.9,.50—3n



PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By Instructions I will seli on Friday
September 29th. At one o'clock At
“Leton” Passage Road.

One (1) Chattel House 20 x 12 in
good condition. House must be remov-
ed. Terms Cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auction:

2.9





nn





I have been instructed by the Com
missioner of Police to sell at Central
Station, on Tuesday next the gra
October, beginning at 2 p.m. the fol-
jiowing items:— (1) Car whegl, (2
Bicycles (10) Tins of Nesties milk, (1)
Motor car hup-cap, and several other
items of interest

DARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt. Auctioneer.
27.9.50—3n

' REAL ESTATE
QUAKER ROAD, Carrington’s Villiage
Friday 29th. sat 1 p.m. a board any
shingle house 24 x 12 x 9, Shed 24 x 7.
Kitchen 16 x 8 covered with averife,
closet, palings. Land can be rented
Terms Cash. R. ARCHER MC KENZIE.

Auctioneer.

27,.9.50—Sn











ENTERPRISE HOUSE and outbuildings
standing on 1% acres of land in Christ
Church, and

DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7
ecres of land at Enterprise, Christ
Chureh, and adjoining the abovemen-
tioned premises.

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

on application to

at_2 p.m.
Inspection Mrs.
Lucas on the premises
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
50—9n



MODERN ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD

BUNGALOW-—Modern attractive Free-
held Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft, land, 2 Bed
rooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette.
Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower
& water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-
treés; large space for Poultry. Price
£1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-
mont Road. 22.9.50—12n

aint ht omemting cea een isan: ieiineeaeeniminontaonyiaies

BUNGALOW — Newly built Bungalow
at Brighton Road, Blak Rock. Built
of Coral Stone with pine floor & gal-
venize roof. It has Verandah, Drawing
& Dining Rooms, 3 spacious Bedrooms,
Breakfast room, 2 Water toilets & 2
Baths, Spare Room, Garage. Price
ed is below what it cost to build.

BUNGALOW —_ Newly built Bunga-
low at Deacon's Road. Built of Cora!
Stone with pine floor & galvanize roof
It has Verandah, Drawing, Dining &
Breakfast rooms, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Toilets
and 2 Baths, Kitchenette, Spare room
and enough land for flower & kitchei
gardens.

Priced to sell,



ask-

BUNGALOW — At Station Hill, Built
of Coral Stone with Everite roof &
Pine floor. It has front & back Veran-

dahs, Drawing- & Dining rooms, 3 Bed-
rooms, Water toilet & Bath, Kitchenette

Garage. For particulars apply D’arcy
A. Scott, Government Auctioneer,
Magazine Lane.

28.9.50—2n



The undersigned will set up for sale by
public competition at their Office 151/152
Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 29th instant at 2.30 p.m,

“POLLANVILLE”
\and land thereto belonging containing
4,720 square feet situate at St. Matthias
Gap, Christ Church. The dwellinghouse
is a two storied wooden building of
which the first floor is used as a shop,
and the second floor as a private resi-
dence. Inspection any day on application
to Miss E. V. Johnson, on the premises.
For further particulars and conditions of
sale apply to R. S. Nicholls & Co.
24.9.50.—5n.





SHARES FOR SALE
02 BARBADOS SHIPPING & TRADING
co: LTD.

60 BARBADOS FIRE INSURANCE CO:
The above will be set up for sale,
“cum dividend", by public competition
at our office, James Street, Bridgetown,
on FRIDAY 30th September instant at
1.30 p.m. YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors. 27.9.50—3n

HARMONY COTTAGE — St. George

Stone built house standing on about
one acre of land Apply to Mr. Arm-
strong, Drax Hall, St. George

27.9 .50-—3n





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Look What's
New!

ALL THIS

Furniture

Priced Attractive
Too

Streamlined Vanities & Stools,
Simpler Dressing Tables, led-
steads in 4 sizes, Full panelled
and railed. Wardrobes, Dresser-
robes, Linen Presses & Chests-of
~—Drawers.

Morris Horseback, Streamlined

ard straight-lined Suites and
separate pieces, Bergere, Tub,
& Rush Suites and separal’

pieces. Upright and Armechoirs
Dining, Luncheon & Kitchen
Tables. China, Kitchen & Bed-
room Cabinets. Sideboards, Wag-
gons, Larders

DESKS in several .sizes, fiat
and sloping tops, Single and
Double. Heavy-duty Chairs. ,

L.S. WILSON

Trafalgar Street. Dial 4069









Boys’ School from teachers with at least 10 years’ K 1860
ence. The minimum professional qualification required is the Cer- .
tificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom, ‘

Salary will be in accordance with the Government Seale for ®APLSSOOS OOD

Head Teachers in a Grace I
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in

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| “Snappers” Win 1950 ae Driscoll To Savold
Water Polo Competition





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|
I Peter Wilson There are some omissions which |

, are hard to understand—neither
They were all there. The ele-|°f the “Kids,” Lewis or Berg; no




gant, white-skinned “Peerless jam ie no Nel Tarleton or
° r Jim” _ | Joe cAvoy.
MacLean—Outstanding Yesterday Fie ote heen gnats eee

| punches like chots from a catapult;|_,But there’s the rough romance



S SNAPPERS bvd ating Barrac Ss © goals te . +Tom Thomas, a swart craggy man of the Ring in every foot of this
Seen ee te sae ene } se cares ae goals Chun ¢ - lfrom the Welsh hls: Freddy | lm, and one piece of superb, un- |
or RO TER UCD Pe, Eero: aeeg aK sonia * | Welsh, punching frora his shoulders | “0n8cious humour when the com- | }
terday afternoon have won the 1950 competition, Even if im a way I’ve never seen dupli+ | ‘nemtator, describing an old-timer
they lose their last fixture against Swordfish, (this year’s | teated by a light-weight. who shall be poareee refers to
runners up), the Water Polo Challenge Cup is theirs for | + Joe Beckett was there, a great| im as “this stylish b as,
eZ | Bapsy, crab of a man, and so was) ee ne sikney oes
. 5 “ ” 4 s Yr = = on
-—— - For the Snappers team it was a] j Iron” Hague, bulky as a pork|©

sausage. “Gunner” Moir appeared|his man in a way which would

! slamming bravely but ineffectively | et him six months anywhere else

proud moment. Twelve years ago,


















—enaessttltt



Hi
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Trinidad i re Jari ¥ | they first entered the water as a t '
I s li team, knowing very little about F | Aga! inst.4e Napoleon of the Ring, ne =i on yd ety ta try of {
T W | W. I. {the game, but with a keen will t ma | Tommy Burns. xi " . ve i
> } ame, v ak M | | . boxing. i
\ Oo elcome | learn | There were a few seconds of the —L,.E.S. . : . : an
Cri k { Yesterday afternoon was the] ee wat van rs NOV CY | rr Baby Bibs in various designs d
JricKeters rowning of their efforts, for this| i nen Freddie ills cave-
r ; is the first me that they have manning it inside the ropes. a ee shades eq_..___..-_.....806. & $1.44
F i » ¢ | von this competition, although for then we saw that wicked right
k : 1 I | iany years they juct failed to from Lee Savold, spinning Bruce FOOTBALL Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea_______.$1.08
Mr John ¢ lar Captain f| ring it off. Woodeock round and opening the
the West Indies Cricket team. in| Outstanding plz {on Snanpers gash over his eye which gaped W
i riaiinias exierearent on ae ting ae in pets Whe: 0. séchud. mheedh NOTICE oollen Coats OO .. ba eee
Eng land ‘ E, J. Marsden,| nembers Cliffy MacLean, who $ z ; i
Trinid : tive. cn: the] toned 4wo- Ieiiliant gonla; when Then the lights came on, ahd lubs: affili- ” Booties pair 60c. to $1.00
WwW 44 Cricket 30% of Control, team was in a very critica’ we were back from the lanes of rn anades ae ~~ ©
Hite that he would do his ‘utmost sition. Th.s was Brcenny the oy, a smoky Wardour- — + Fuses Bonnets, silk RR aeca es $1.56 ‘
o be in Trinid: th others of| best performance of MacLean’s - he : ked to contact the
the team: for the resentien pe eet the gaine For this was a film, “Fifty are asked
S An "arkeal { te sichdeiita and "Ke nit Thaw. shat the third goal | Years of British Boxing.” Sy agg maging led aE: = crochet ea.___-__-__..-$2.00
+ businessmen Port-of-Spain 1 S rs t Jarracudas The outstanding memories? O. S. Coppin at the Barba-
a inessmen in ort-of-Spain tc| ‘er Snappers and for Barracudas, | . t t “Windsor
= decorate the omes and business! Charles Evelyn and Herbert Por- The tremendous close-quarter on ee oe
seen a bay x mo es : oe aoeeet Lasies ayes — | work of Freddy Welsh—but the Villa”, Bay St., for copies
4 Indie » 1 ic Srshe on the day they — Mi Bid ben on kidney punches would of an Insurance scheme for
eee oy enriueniies Flying. Fish Win have hit him hard. The une footballers which it is hoped
" arrive, was made by Councillor ying believable frailty of Ji Wild will be put into operation
Aubrey Almandoz, Chairman ofl In tt thar e Flying Fist : i th ‘site a oui : for the 1951 season if ap-
the City Council Reception Com- z ait a sieure Sane ish di 5 ; — oy tig Be as and unorthodoxy proved,
mittee, The appeal was directe¢ deat so ~ toeies Same, inane . _ ieey “at pede Wars ye " ’
particularly to those along the} {rst one, defes jonitas thr EZZARD CHARLES—who beat JOE LOUIS on points on Wednes- | 2. o8°"¥ nimi ‘
route the procession will follow wonls ae ie aa on veae day night is here seen getting a check-up by the doctor, long before pore e ele a ee Club Secretaries are also 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
after the arrival of the critketer: vark Ke oh es aon Pp tt - the fight. Charles has always been careful in keeping fit, and his Re el i ot re Tn reminded that all dues a
on their y to the temporary bes niene. O0e phate ae ng performance in the Louis fight was a tribute to his fitness. aSUae eee respect of the 1950 footbal
scored the lone goal for Bonitas. season should have already eters =e on






















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Town Hall at the Princess Build The games wine ‘se tollowe:— been paid but must now be

ing for the Civic Reception. e e :
SNAPPERS 3—BARRACUDAS 2 1 ver B.G. TEAM YET paid st once or the club
It is not yet certain what day ] will be disqualifie om
: gaining affiliation next





























the “Matina’’ will arrive with the Within three minutes of play, A dazzling smile
cricketers, but it is expected to be | Barracudas were two goals up e “ e UNBEATEN season. 29 .9.’50—3
either Wednesday, October 4, % |from two very well flighted shots (From Gur © Correspondent) 90—on.
Thursday, October 5. by Charles Evelyn and Herbert ain a Ss OuUulSs , PORT_OF_SPAIN, & Pepsodent smile!
In the evening, after the Civi | Portillo and Snappers were a very § British Guiana Ladies’ Hockey PSD OPOSSSIOSVOSD SSD OEOO,
Reception, a eae ee gre wees Lore sides - team kept up an unbeaten recora Th B b d M t | 3
at the Queen’s. Par otel, u owever, Snappers rallied we! at Pointe-a—Pierre’ by putting a e barbados ufual ¥
which leading sportsmen are ex | and after several attempts to break ° neat lacing on Casual-Pointe-a- f
pected to participate, After 7 through | ~~ ee tae Savold Ready For Charles Pierre Soaretn ed of two goals tc Life Assurance Society %
banquet, there will be opportunit, Jin a swim through from the ha nil. The visitors were thoroughly CY ¥,
for presentations to members 0 |} way mark made no mistake in NEW YORK, Sept. 28. at home. Claire Mittelholzer OST POLK LAN
the team. Councillor semen omg on ar hoae team one up from Joe Louis stated after his defeat by Ezzard Charles last | Maureen de Silva and Joan Hum-4% pROVERBS having made
gifts. com i ag to emis Early in the second half, Ken- night that he would “positively never fight again”. ee Seas int a agp sworn deposition that Policy
Should send them to the Town Ha!.|neth Ince beat goalkeeper Henry} Nursing an injured left hand and peering from a nearly bnparted iat a Raber ~— oy Ey a ed
before the banquet. His Excellency] Perez after receiving a pass from closed left eye he said; accuracy. ERBS has been lost, and
the Governor will be asked t Delbert Bannister, from a corner “I’m through. T just didn’t es having made application to
make these presentations. re oan dhs Hie diiraased it, I did Eee Pre RY. TAT ox--eresserreeeees the eee to grant a
sd however and made several attacks : avold ; By M. Harrison-Gray ints on this innocuous- NOTICE i hesety oan
ce iinee felled bear feat’ | «American heavyweight Lee ; ooking deal through closer NOTICE is hereby given
‘i N "1S pea _ Pe i ear Be -]Savold recognised in Europe as : Deater : Bs rea aanecenee to Standard prin. that unless any objection is
BOY-WONDER Dene ee neoal-keeper Henry} World Champion said here that i ee ciples, Their West player raised within one month of
erez did some fine saving, stop~- | he would like to meet Charles who 3 A2 omenea oon one approach the date hereof the dupli- 1
ping some sizzlers from Bannister | po 3 A863 id of One Diamond, East cate Policy asked for will be
TENNIS CHAMP and Ince. It took Cliffy MacLean et — ae ae , 5 : 1053 ae one Pear and West one issued, ue
: rg avold who wa t : a4 ade. er s limite
(evel One Owes Corcelmoudent) to come to Snappers’ rescue near] said: “Charles lacie ake god. 3 wee ees? E rebid East. decided that By Order,
ks the end of the second half when, Thouls was- gama but he fust i gas: ook 6 game was out of ee question Cc. K. BROWNE, enne
: PORT-OF-SE AIN, , | biter receiving a pass from Bannis- | gidn’t have it.—Reuter 1 ies” $ Ky52 and passed. = West made § Secretary. i rl lant
sets ae ae Grande} ter, he once more swam right , ‘ 5 : Aj94 e832 ay Scr duane a bad 29.8.50—4n i
(Trinidad), boy-wonder, galne(} hrough the Baracudas’ defence i AKS e576 Ww > i Po SESSESSG99 .
the Trinidad open singles tablef and again scored from close range. : ne One or whl’ tee aaa cette white teeth eee
tennis championship at the Wood-) A few minutes later the referee's ARGENTINE SWIMMER : $9 9 g raised to Two Spades. All
brook Youth conten, yrs | ee final whistle signalled Snappers as |: i RQ 76 Bod attack oe ‘a tollowed SET akin ar te 1050 Irium, the most effective brand of tooth clean
Hubert Griffith 21—6, 21— the 1950 e lo C s. 5 9 : . e
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Ralph Legall emerged champion}. To show his appreciation of 0 Swam the "eeevesceacsucusenacccsscessecsesceoeseseossecs lency the Governor and teeth—gives you your dazzling smile. So change



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hile Griffith became runner-up] MacLean’s fine effort, Bannister, | f, y aA Rak vat wales Mrs. Savage
oe ma ne CHET conkedative year the Snappers’ “Strong Man”, lifted from Tarifa reaching the Moroc- RIE N Ba Cae KeCe will be held at the

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Ramadhin Is Honorary Daniel wat et from 8.00 pan. to 7.00 p.m.

' FLYING FISH 3 — BONITAS 1 Carpio’s 1948 record of
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| PORT-OF-SPAIN Bonitas gave the crowded pier a C//, /T ? | . :
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Women tied from the blazing Star Goalie Ab t LORD TENNYSON: “A man k
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e Heat, P .,. | ¥oal-keeper Maurice Foster wh > a aity ‘ () SATURDAY 30th
One very old woman in white} was on the sick list and his place shot out of goal-keeper Toppin’s restores health, youth and vitacity t ie nl
trousers and a grey coat wandered | was take 3 T i { reach The word ‘Sanatogen’ is a registersd crule + » tub. 1 eughborouh, England PESSESSESEEGLSSSSSSSOSS
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eet ee “—e Jone up from a terrific shot by Snappers, A. Taylor, G, Mac “ Fe s For STOCK-TAKING
which oat A atari id mines! Denis Atkinson, which would have Maat, (Capt), . ear dD The Best in tosn — And it's IA e
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avearcses 5 , two in the lead Bonitas came} Brooks, (Capt), . Johnson, P P
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house in the city ” “the four yard mark. Bonrstas. S. Toppin, B. Patter ENTAL
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John Grace and Boo Patterson of| and V. DeVaux,

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PACE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE -Snappers" Win 1950 Water Polo Competition Mae Lean — Outstanding Yesterday %  |wo, in al UM fl VOn the,' I't .0 .(ii.j,. i .; ,..,, ' %  i 'hallimgi Cup is Lb. one year. tin il was a wmt ago. . %  %  n.irn. kiioMim: fl • II will t.. i i Doon was the rownlf&fl of their efTurl %  %  • -. %  m they ju I I Kng ti off, ntf plarei for %  : %  an, who I i | nbh ihe part* %  i %  i .HI'! fi i It : riyn and Herbert Pat* FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2* 1950 THK HIWE'IOA I rinidml IVrimrii.^ To Welcome W.L Cricketers Mi Jol England wilh Mr. I J Muradea. 1 i W. I. Ci I %  Ml utmost an of [ bait %  %  i Spain %  d burinaw place* in %  i %  ihirj .i> mnde to I %  • %  %  iKirticulnrly to inisw* aJdOi IM route UM %  %  OB Ibalr way to the a %  ....: al tht Pnneean Build' ing for the Civic Reception. It i5 n a wiih !i either Wednesday, October 4. Thursday. October 5. iba Ch %  ..,ii be Rive. m tinQuaai Park Hotel a winch landing sp'irtanwii I J tadpate. After th< banquet, their will bo npportuniV I i member* o the tenm. Councillor Aim. requested thai persons who havt gifts they would like to presen should send them 1M ih l ll Exeeilan %  > the Oovamoa srUl be asked U make theae presentations. "BOY-WONDER" IS TENNIS CHAMP i"..,. IL. o o na aa m iiall PORT-OF SPAIN. OribOdi (Trinidad), boy-wondei gaUset .i:ni open singles loblt Up .it the Wootlbrook Youth 11 nor* irhon ho bail Hubert Griffith II 4 ai—* |,i Uw floal lame, in i*'t. Inniss won the title, but did not Contest honour* last year when Ralph Legall emerged champion ,..ime runner-tic btva year HoalMJ It* Win U T hxturc Fl' il 'i gama than the defeated Bonitas three goals tu one. Denis Atkinson scoring two for Flying Fish and Jack KniRht one Boo Patterson %  oetad lha lone goal for Bomta*. The games were as follows — ftNAfffOU I %  % %  •*: HUM H I Within three minute* of play, Barracudas were two goals up from two verv well flighted shuts by Charles Evelyn and Hctiicr: PorUDo anU Snappers VhaTI team However, Snappers rallied well %  voral .'ittempts to break through veteran Cliffy MarLean. in a swim through from ihe h.df way mark made no mistake in putting his learn Qfio up from close range Early in the second hair, Kenteth Inee beat goalkecver Henry i" riving a pass from Delbert Bannister, from a comer throw BarrOCUKUal wtra not dismayed iid made several attacks. talM to bear fruit. Then their goal-keeper Henry Cere)did some fine aaving, stopping some sirzlers from Bannister ind Ince It took Cliffy MacLcan lo come to Snappers' rescue near tl iand < %  tu.second half when. iftel M. -eivlng a pass from Il.mnis%  **, lie ..m right hioiiih ihe Buracudas' defence ind .mam scored fmm close range. A few minutes lain the refe>i'> final whistle signalled Snappers as 'he I!..Il W.iln Put., i It.in!| Carried Khouldrr-lli|>h Ramadhin /i Honorary Member of Queen's Park CC Hoi* oar o<*> Psftaaaaaaaaji) PORT-OF-SPAIN, Sonny Ramadhin. Trliu saw that wicked right Savold. spinning Bruce Woodcock round and opening the Pd) over his eve whit h Kaped routh. 'l hen the lights came on. and era were back from the limes ot '• %  v Waidour%  For this was a film. "Fifty V .ui Of British Boxing." The outstanding memories? ii.mendtrtis dose-quarter %  iK ..f Freddy Welsh—but the bin on Kidney punches woulc have all him hard. The unbelievable frailty of Jimmy Wilds, %  nd the tuning and unorthodoxy •f his angular punching. The nvasjary of Tommy Fair as he MI ds In a final scimitar-like punch nnd the great bulk of Waller Neusel crumples. To show his appreciation of MacLean's fine effort. Bannister, the Snappers' "Strong Man", lifted MacLcan up onto his shoulders and carried him down Ihe Club's I HI d lie KI.YINi; IISII :t — BO Ml AI Although Boappars' t*leton aava IhafB the eup, Flying Fish and !% %  tin. i inde\ Polar Potter Denis Atkinson and Tim Yenr%  rood "f Peyhuj Phil ind then by John Cni.r and lloo Patterson of Bomtas but nothing resulted It vvasn'l until late in the second half tha) Jack Knight put the issue beyond doubt With a WWII placed ARGENTINE SWIMMER BREAKS RECORD TANGIER. Sepl. 27 Argentina's A Berdono swam th< Straits of Gibraltar yesterday from Tarlfa reaching the Moror'*"' "-i't neai Pnnlo C'ruce* distance nf alxiut 12 miles seven hours, forty two mimit thereby breaking the Pt mvian Daniel Carpio'* 1948 raeord nine houis '.unity nunutai fteui B.G. TEAM YET UNBEATEN POHT-OI-SPAIN, British Guiana Ladies' Hocke. team kept up an unbeaten recoro 0l Potnte-a Pierre by putting i. Lnj on Casual-Pomte-ai'ltrre combined of two goals tt nil The visitors were thoroughly at homo. Claire MIttelhoIzer Maureen dc Stlva and Joan Humphrey excelled on the Gulaneee tttoeking line Into which the) Imparted much speed and •rcuracy. Thtre are some omissions which -re hard lo understand—neithe. i f the Kids." Lewis or Berg; no Benny Lynch, no Nel Tarleton or Jock McAvoy Bus -here's the rotup) romsne f the Ring in every' foot of thiilm. and one piece of superb, UMonscioua humuui when tne can tie ots rt o r de^crihing ^n olaVttme-i irho -hall l>r' nantelr-^*. refers %  • no as "this stylish boxer Whereupon Ihe "•rtyllst* proreeds to rabbit-and-kidney -punch %  u> man in a way which would (Ot him six months anywhere else ,i in the ring. But—It's the vefy tapestry of ooxing. —L.E.S. FOOTBALL NOTICE Secretaries of Club* afhlluted to the Barbad< I leur Football AanocUttlOO are asked to c titact IHo Honorary Secretary. Mr O S Coppin at the BS Lidos Advocate or at "WlndBor Villa". Bay St.. foi of an Insurance scheme lor footballers which It is hop-! will be put into operation for the l51 season iT approved. Club Secretaries are a!reminded that all dues in respect of the 19S0 feolbad neaion should have already been paid but must now (• %  paid at once or the duo will be disqualified from gaming affiliation next 28 9 "50—3n. as-V#.*.:ifrXT MI ft-I-TM Sy M. Harriion-Crsr liealri | West. J HI I gin R. 3 aiiii • lf i o s ( a K q T s 10 < %  I %  duplicate n it learn, of four I lined three n pumls on tills Innocuwui.o-ikiiig deal throuuh closer elherenre u> Standard prin. clple* I'helr West olayer opened with the approach bid of One Diamond, Cart %  >. i pi i Hs .i .iiu WMQM Spade. After this limited mm l-jst decided that game *a out of the nuc*Uon and passed writ made eight truas after North had led e>J in dummy's #>J. In ROII.II 1 West opened One Spude. which Ijlt ralspA lollowed y +t tu educe the chance %  i cross.ruff. A third rouno of trumps held Wot m erven tricks NO END TO IT SIR DONALD HIIADMAN h •Wi in Adelaide tli.it he IhOUtftl tha ,\u ireiian publh. ..i i,,, %  %  t %  Iv sick of tk I. %  frtticawn i i gnu Had luthoi h* ;| he. loo II. ie || le, ga %  WM II R H WIMONII -Hiwholo canm d< u %  H .v .11 ta -Mil." • • • NORMAN YAADLCY: -A h man who would rathei lie i vi.i nd 2IHI runs thiu in any other way unl< b> an Inning in i MM f LOUD TENNYSON h ittle man." \ %  hot out of goal-keeper Toppin> 11 Ma Tha teams warn/.— Snappec. A. Taylor, <; ^ ( .< Copt). C. MocLcan, V %  II Manning, G. ttogeri ii .1 K hue HarracHdasII. Peie/. I Brooks. (Cspt). E Johnson. I' R p% itillo. C. Evelvi and K Taylor. Ron ( tas S Toppm. IS Pat | son. . J. Grace. O. Johnson, I raarwood, i Innias, A. Taylor : i.ii.R i i-ii [• i T. Yeorwood, I> Athal Knight. P, Potter, V Lgwrenri and V. DeVaux. .!.<). A It Foste: Next weekfixtures will b,' Saapf>er va MwoedRah and Flytint v Paltce IO \ "11 Do Ir Every Time —*By Jimmy Hallo m,*!& n't II "">,, ,„„„///., TTHAT aopeJeai feellnt Hut you're loo nssfe, 'not up lo it' uny looser uniply meant thai *ou\c been laking too muvh out of >oar^if. Yotii !.ly UihOli ol l-o .iMiilul ltrtD(UMiUiJ( fuods— pnSaphann sad prouaa. hnTj^iai T P"t yeo Hah JF-* V\ •Sanatooas' N i -S-r' I 1 ilPi'iini'. IKHI In... n-Mnns health, vmi'h and rNa!H] ishi. you need a course of rood ansaioMa' >hioee UMae i*o grui h-Kl.-bu.lJmx foods— phuipliuiai and pinion in their i|ii-. h>rm. •o lhat iby are guichiy abwibed lalo >ObT •yHeea. Day by da> slonoui net, heetih. o U ih and vliality How ihioiiKd your M hole body your tlicnglh and icll-cvnlluence come back I Start oa a courai u r Saiuioien' Wday. Om sale at *Mrf h,„,..i, mr ,d drugglMt W Hi I TOXIC toou y r-r !" d Whm Hvnt in tnun And it'* %' #i# — is Hi nif~s hatful— "RIDING HIGH" The Barbados Mutual •; Life Assurance Society | LOST POLICY Cl'THBERT ALLAN PROVEKBS having made sworn deposition that Pollcv No. 24,581 on the life of *, HALPH STANLEY PROV' Klths has been lost, and having made application to the Directors to grant a duplicate or the same. NOTICE Is hereby given that unless any objection Is raised within one month of the date hereof the duplicate Policy asked for will be issued. By Order, C. K BROWNE. Secretary. 26.8 SO—4n g. Specials Baby Bibs in various designs and shades ea 80c. & $1.44 Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea. S1.08 Woollen Coats ea $3.60 Booties pair 60c. to $1.00 Bonnets, silk ea $1.56 crochet ea $2.00 Cave Shepherd& Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 a 13 BROAD STREET A dazzling smile A Pepsodent smile! Saturday. October 14. 1930 AN ENTERTAINMENT Under the distinguished patronage of His ExceN lency the Governor and Mrs Savage will be held at the DRILL HALL by kind permission of The Adjutant. Barhado* Regiment fr< in 5 00 p.. m to 7 t HI p m In aid of the Girls' Society DANCE .. — al — UN BAJtHAIH>S AQUATIC (XL'B .Local A VsdtbkJ Membc. Oi,l, NATIRDAY. SEPTEMBER S 30th. 9pm Music by THE HOT SHOTS ALL STAR QI'INTETTE Featuring ROD CLAVERY, j Vocalist, and LEAHRIB ATWELL on Electrical Amplified GUITAR, playing latest RHUMBAS. SAMBAS, BOLEROS Si SPANISH WALTZES ; Admission U Ballroom */I *OlOon*,, %  v,','.*,o-,*-'.',^<,*, yxw.tf jM^awanaai 'V*^^*v**rt*>s>e>oe>vei A FAVOURITE IN STOCK AGAINVAN HEUSEN semi-stiff collar attached Coat Front Single Cuff SHIRTS i S7.<;:. NOTICE WE OTTER YOU WOOLLENS! in a variety of QUALITIES! C. B. RICE & CO. BOLTON LANE '-'-'''*'-*-* %  *-*-*'*-'•**•.'-*-*-<.*'*-' PINSTRIPED ft OTHER TWEEDS ORET a CREAM FLANNELS TROPICALS Etc Etc T.' 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I undcr-ia-r-l will **l up for aal* by f competition al their OflVce 1S1 111 .ick Street. Bridgetown, on Friday INDIVIDUAL COACHWO by Enallah Vnlvemty Oraduat*. School certiflcow and Commercial. Proof Reading. Typing and Siencllllna efficiently and quickly ""MIMI OOODINO T, t Kf_ |-n JAM %  %  Jam Bottlei Al Co Ltd S*M>-ln ror BAfW—Extra large Iron Safe APRlT to Mr. Nellie Brlmar. Wlnona. MMWOII Coa.1 Tel. ilSA. Mt 3" PVHL1C \(MI(1S TUITION TUITION (iiyn in Up.nlati. ^vm*e German and lUlUn by Mr.. ^C">" GonaaWea. Teach, r M "e V"^-"'*' | rruador and E-t>fT*'al Tran.iai |or the Venefuelan Of.. rnrneW W alao und-rta** Ir riociimriit. and b<" IIAHMoNV COTl'Ai.l B| Ol ono built houaa alandlng on ic acre of land Apply In Mr. long. Drax Hall. St Georgr l P> %  i. -,, Call Baas, Santa Clara, ,. Sl" Lawranca • PERSONAL cS' -m, wrf* n rx^"o^N ':. Jordan i a. I do not hod myaetf i %  ponitble for her or anyone n. i acting .-ny debt or debt. unlaai b* a written order Mgiwd Tl-.r p'lblic are reretoy warned again*! givini cradlt • HO NBJ. ma* PigoiO at I do not h..i ,..-.eu MgfJ %  %  *• ela* contracting debt gaSMi order rlgned I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Vivian of J ,.f board and mingle building wllh ahop I -lached al corner of Km* 1 iiltn Road. Blown for permhMaOti to > *e aald llaartaa at the above promieaa. PaleC thta Tllh day of Seplembaa ISM I. A Mc LEOD. Eaq Police Maglatraw. Dirt "A'' Signed D BAYLEY. lor applicanl N B Thi. fajath ,...., „ui b* roiintdi .rd al a LMenatng Court lo be hale ,.i Polk* Court. Diat.tci -A", on Monday the tb day ol October IBM at II o clock, a m E A Police Magistrate. DnA '. If Cil.AII IVM-I I. IK.Ml IMKXMlMi I .. h LbHI ii\u.v wisrif IIARIIADOS FIRE INSU The alaov* will be a*l up for rum dividend", by public ronipell al our office. Jams* Street. Bridgi"* n FRIDAY Mth September lo.tan 130 p.m YEARWOOD The Amateur Alhlclic Association of Barbados rm:iM iiu. Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic Sports Meeting NOTICE This 1:5 to notify GARAGF will our customers thai be closed for STOCK-TAKING ON %  I. MII* cycli iBtar tn adlati i, Mua Cycla iClaaa 'A'l 100 yarda Sal 'Openi loo >oi itai Oiovi under in >< %  M Bi k| iClaaa 'A'I 440 yd. flat iOpe.ii High Jump .... J-.MII. Cyela iCh %  rreiraraaae M ll*ai. I) A Mile Cycle Handicap IR Uj-Hlle Cycle iCtaw] V IB Ho ydi flat (Openi 11 S Mile Cycle iClaaa A'i 11 I-Mil* Cycle Devil iTh* Hu Tufmlay 3rd — Weilnvmlay Hh AND Thurtulav 5th October. CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD I irlnriu Slrwl — suttn SAW I.V AT FOGARTYS. ELECTRIC SUPPLY (OltPORATION LTD. \onri: %  i %  WEIGHT LIFT1NO Prlr*. H Bgg >., flat I Op. o Claaa B' Openi l Cmpain Bgadn ada open for practice HAND BAIANflNO DISPLAYS eath day Ogggga rill*n.rt McnH.il. unda 1 i. it., M,inu(arlurer* have deflated thai repktra la> one of our Engine* >-.,n no Imigei be delayed. Ihe CsmvaBy haa Ul rsancqueac* li.id lo put Mil* (inn rating Met |90 ft yv.) aul ml rummiulon and. owing lu the reduction or standby riant now avilfehle ui .i rrault. may find II naccassry to abed load at iitlrr-aU during the nrat few montha. (lur I •inaumrrs are aakrd to pT.lr by rierrlalng Ihe iilnn.il i. .niomy In Ihe uae of Eleetrklty. particularly dnrtBf Ihe I'.ak period helween 6.10 and .3 p.m. nnlll farther noli. V. MINI (lenaral Manager. CYCLISTS RACING MONDAY i you DUN1 OP II i 'i covnta di $'2 00 each NEWSAM & CO., >. &f *.•> &f f.* II lull's A—r ALL Furniture Priced Attractive Too vr llreamlined Vanlllea A %  plar Dreaaiid T..I %  a),, bvfaoa, I"< %  robaw. Linen Preaaea At Client —m -Draw or a Morrla Jtoraeback. Straamunrl aid .iraight-Hned Santn andaid*board> Wag%  %  loping M-. Mangle %  L. S. WILSON I Get 1 offf* ASPRO iXO W! a Stops PAIN Dis/wls HEADACHES, COLDS. FLU — AND — RHEUMATI TWINGES C WM. FOGARTY LTD. TAILORS THAT "FIT TO PLEASE OLR TAIUIRINt; DEPARTMENT:— Wr have jul iipcncd a large auorlmenl o( braulilul TROPICAL VWIKSTI.I)S. FIIIICO Ik WOOL inixlurcs in numeroui shades al prices that defy enmprtition. II you want Ihe perfect fit see us. We uuaranlee .alislaclion—\ou can srlicl any sl\l 'uu Iik.-—wc can supply H WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION



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PAKE TWO BABBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY Sr.PTFMBER M, 1950 lll-II.US MhMlAMI oi.I) U' "All MAI'S 1 %  \MiVH STAIIONHV And HARDWARE ^ezAZ6 Qaiiinq B.B.C. Radio Programme „-.•"-, D^I •" %  AaCATK 4'l.l'l* 4 I \ KM A [M.mb...onW •• THE TRAH OF THE LONESOME PINE Mafi rtcani, IptrMM r ermtuna acroaa %  Bluing Terhn ... vill. I'% tThe Garden) ST. JAMES HUMV %  ATUMM1 HMDA1 %  < \i MAIIS-.. -I p y \ \ Warner s Top Thriller! S I MBMkM| toward % %  .11 be Mr. of Ills tXCt'llMli | land Mr [aj DenijVaughan. the OovBM AJ>.< and Rev. and Mr". C A Smyvr Rev Saver i the ITincipal of Codrinjrl.m College. lumorrow At Usual T .C.A. will be operating inruugh oa as usual U morning It i* nut vet known : however whetner UM runway will be open I" UM I In i nips on the It .l.-wmg Saturday Attended Openinf Of Plaza M R. RON NIK GITTKN S. Managing Director of Cartb! bean Theatres IM1.. and Mr. I h>ancth Tucker. Partner ..r the I ami of Clarke, and Tun-* ratuiMd from Odorfltttm tiny %  llsndgd Ihd opdoiDjj Of Ule new Plaza in that colony on Ki. ... land On their way back. Mr. OlttSBUJ id Mr Tucker stayed over in rinidad on business Transferred Here A RIUVINa jsaiarilsj al from fMUaft Ouiana b> 1I.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs.Pada> Egan and their baby daugDtei Madeleine. Mr. Egan has been lr.iii.sfen'1] hum lit' tlcorgetown I Branch of Messrs William Fogartv Ltd., to their brand, in Barbadoi Mr Egan u a brother of Mi I Jack Egan, Director of Mcun. William Fogarty Ltd.. and wa. stationed in Uarbadm once baton %  i.a n.iii ago With Venezuelan telephones M i' "iid Un uora4 ateGibbon lilt for Vi'in/i,. i.i %  Jmoniuig by B.WJ A ,.i, [lion, wno ig ..HI, ti„I IWaphooa Company i* irom mi I U.K., and has been living In [Venezuela now lor about twi. | raan Cnr.'f purpose of linn visii v,. Ito leave Uieir eldest son In BarIbados os a pupil at the Lodge I School. Their youngST son Nells who accompanied them on tin [trip over returned with then [yesterday They were in H-.il>.. [doa for three weeks. Maying al p Ocean View II % %  John Trim'i Couain S I'CMUNO part of bii thro* months' holiday in Barttii.Lv> j %  laai iici •1 Rosa Hull Cbureh of IBobool in Brltlah Ouiana. Hi iri\\ here two weeks J mid guest of Mr Ena I j..f -ri.indvill. %  Hastings. Mr Trim is a Correspondent to I the Dally Chronicle and a cousin of Mr John Trim BrUU [Ciulanese pnee bowler POCKETCAMTOOM . OSBSBT LAMOAfTSS -All" • '". "'> MI f tt "*y duodenal locks Back From U.K. Holiday I IOSTKSS on tin Granada1 II idad it \, i \ n.ghi tion, BarbM ivggv Hiunpnray, *ho has )ust returned from two months holiday in the U K and she cerJ*IIII1> is looking very well foi Jmst holiday. At Seawell to meet Her *• her twin sutei Mi> fAlsggie Haasell and her mother W For The Race* Twi OLBEHT YVONET lefl mi.'fM. yesterday afternoon by B WIA to ride in th* Demerara Turf Club's October meeting which begins on October 7th While in Georgetown. Gilbert will be staying with Mr. Joe Femandes. Four Cups F OL'R cups have been presented to the Bay Street Boys" Club, two by the Barbados Elector* Association, one by tha Y M PC and the other by Capt. A M Jones. They will be presented for competitions in Table Teitnl Itominoes and other games and Here For The Opening :''" ** !" peted '*" tw,c ya.rM R, HORACE TEF.LUCK' .. —. .. SINGH, atanaflai of umHappy Birthday venal International Pictures id M AN ^ h "? p '! ntu r 1 ?. "^ 'iV which distributes J. % A A Gibbons. P.M.O. St. Rank Pletaras, nrnv4 Jnmes. who celebrates his blrth.cslerday from Trinidad by <">• t<-day I.WM e.i|*ciiiy f.u the opening btafF Manager Ebatl film 'Hainlei". wh.ch mR. JULES HENNEGUY. Staff logins tonight at the (ilorx1V1 Manager B W I.A in TrlnlT heiitre. Mr. Teclucksingh exdad was an arrival yesterday by i i.-ts to return to Trinidad toB W I A and Is here on a short routine visit. He is staying at the View Hotel With Steelr Bros. AND MRS JAMES McCULLOCH and their daughter Shclagh arrived from B G. yesterday afternoon by to spend a month's holiday in Barbados, staying at the Enmore Hotel. Mr. McCulloch is with Steele Bros., in B.G., who are Agent? for CDC in respect of their Timber protect in that colony. Left Yesterday ere Mr. and Mr* Hugh IJ ETUKNING to B.Q yesterday „....ii and then \wo sons. * by B.W.I. A. was Mr. Derek hcj spent most of their three Suuon ""•./l 8 bCcn spending ten lonlhK holidays on the St.*"** holiday bi Barbados J uue:. COast. sluvlng \ Tborn-lV*'** *<"* wh Diamond Plantation in B G and his last fe %  >m rron. U.Bdnorul* |i m Horn* Srmt rtum Bdliiin 1 I! pa. aporti Pl—. I SB p tn Hmi ... Hialffiitt, .• p m Tn* Nci. .M p m Ttw Dau> str.n ill . %  >stiia .t m <>v*ia; III p G ammr Pana. JS V •'• %  m i f. ronnraata -* T p m TMN Ni AMl'ih. T IS p m Mui* IS pau %  l p m UnltM K-i-m. IU-n. P r bitrrlud*. %  p m Th I*.' Conilni.*.. S U p > lntfiu). p m FNiM lh* EallUHMaU. IS OS p Tlw Ni, IS 10 p m l-.i..Ml*. i p m PvUTnry Po* 0*V 10 44 D for Hardtoonof every Description irs THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM liSNMAX Fl M>HV LIU —Prarlrt*> Cur ..I Kud jnd I'lldor Strf^U. After Six Monthi \MI< AND MI1S S T A N M" HOWARD, and their two • lufhtara, Penelope and Patricia. Mer six month.* holiday in Baridos tatumad to BAT yesterday K w t rtan n hy nw i A Stan Is with "Wales" PlantaUoo In B.C. and thiM was his n K leave Spent It In St. James ALSO returning to IK. raaille %  On Short Visit A RRIVING from St. Kitts yesbv B.W.I. A., was Ml William Walwyn accompann i I > Us wife and son Chris. ChrlS Is only her* for a couple til days, as he came up to gel An. in.in \i-.i. for he will Shortly b. leaving for the U S They will all I.,. SI.IMHK at the M nine Hotel 1 E A v i N t; rtaiamtaj Dp J 11 W I A loi Butish Gul.ii.a wun Mr. J. Arthur Roberta. 'i of the Savings Bank He expects to be ..;. hH about taw weeks, and OB in-way back will :;top over (OS | few days in Trinidad. weeks here were spent at th* St. 1-uwrence Hotel. Cousins M R. GILBERT YVONET left and her daughter Maria relumed to Venezuela yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. Maria who has been here for a month, is a cousin of Dr. VivasSalas and Mrs. Alberto Rodriguez, Uith of Venezuela Mrs. Rodriguez's husband and the Doctor are well known Polo %  II Caracas, and Dr. VivasSalas will probably captain the __ Venezuelan team which will tour Government Barbados sometime this year. They were guests at the Marine Hotel s*ri*I M sS h sss Tomorrow (Sal.l Morning S.M Msasgra—'s bnMtag Ajvaahtra! BLACK GOLD co/ 0f b y cumoior with Anlhuny OJTNN I | |ha s,fi> „{ Ma.-,, a Bo> and a Hone Rupert and the Castaway -14 't ;V4 spertal Mallnee MONDAY iBank Holiday) i P.M. Mniiocnim's Western Thriller STAMPEDE""' Sepia-Tone with K...I I'AMKKUN — Johnny M art BROWN— MLAZA Theatr* — HHMUUi IU\\ \ gfgt tn trans it H ERE for a few days before he returns to St. Lucia is Mr. Vincent Devaux, Operations Officer, B.W.I.A. in St. Lucia. Vineent is on his way back from %  visit to the US and some of Ihe other West Indian Islands. Gulf Oil Representatives M R CHARLES RICHMOND. Attorney of the Gulf Oil Corp'n.. and Mr John Allen of Gulf Oils Pittsburgh onV e arrived yesterday from the V S. via Trinidad by B W I A Tney are here for an indefinite period and are guests at the Ocean View Hotel. At Seawell to meet them was Dr W. Auer. Barbados Managei al the Gulf Oil Company. H.Q. In Guadeloupe D R AND MHS HENRY STEHLE and their son Guy arrived hcw-Mi'ufa> l>y B.W.I.A. Dr Stehle is Direrbx of Ec-onomir Rsaaarch in the F W I srttt headquarters in Guadeloupe and was formerly Director of Agriculture in Martinmue He Is also a member DC the Research Council if the Caribbean Commission and *ve Is touring the Carlbbenn. studying grasses and legumes in this area During guest a c his short stay here. 1 the Hastings Hotel e ii ROSSW ORD 1 1 1 J > [' 1 1 %  J 1 4 1 1 w r 1 ( aarass bill la Ovvili. (4) i'*,Du.ur puadlns wlin pork. I5I Would on uif IBDOS be fm)r V 111 It A Uisdy -pot .id nu. ujuium ispiorea i (Si HOW KDf onildrrn Ulk. (| t.uoked or >pollt. (7( fooa irom i.t or oosi <4| llnir cut or *n.to (71 Bitter nwsel. (4l Nichols* wss the isst l* Ban aisin rwui to prstaot anooas. IWI Beggar umt lo end wlUl i • ?;*i.a nalitem or dog*. Mi Crint dovs roc a ensoga— n • eiss. no ii it. inu tout* Dsd it i tfti A DUD nut*. (S) • W6 ?Z*. ." %  • •o'dlei puu nit. a tog tnca. .. f;onrorm. () it Airsoa* (* Oort ol Kind us*. <5i All at tee, peninps. f| BtttUi rivsr ID Belgium, tftl I >II'IIII PORTRAIT OF JENNIE' Slurring tar JOHSS .'orsph cornN SaM BAiwvuunc ROXV MlAKI-SITAHD.'S "ROMEO and JULIET' iinvMomt nn-ll RATIUUINt. .nds> >nd Monday I vd I .1 BATAAX n %  Mi lloyd NOLAN Robert TAYLOR NOT SUITABLE PX>R ttlTI m.'l.N IIOYAI To-Dey Only Al J M M G Fieaetm MAIIE ANTOINETTE" SUrrlng Koriu 8IIEAPFR Tyrone |H> kit To-Nisht Al I SS P.M MADAM O'lJNDY \NT) THOLPB IN "CARACAS NIGBT" OLYMPIC Lett Two Shew* To-Dey 4 JO %  nd I IS Republic Whnlr Mtl) Ii In OWrBaOg, WBBB >nl> mir light. Rupert ikti "lv to find hit bedekxho by Kobe, who i* in > .tit looking veiy bntk Imd out %  >" if u." So he • %  • dtisstd while Koko wasts irapaliently. A they k-jve ihei' bedroom 'hey re M by Mi. Bii "Whit sre Mo doing?" she •huperi. You ra.iaia'i mek* .uch nwue. You'll wike ih* •hole house. It", onlf hilbpa* live t It ecu thine h mi'tttt" i-.: ': Hei^i CBVPTOQUOTB-Here'. how to work It: AXVni. KAAXK !• I. O N O > >. L I. O W On, letter mply iianda tc another. In tMa example A u uart Each day the coda letter, ar. different ^^ VF NAJCTFY N T B B F K | h p y, "" : %  • DSPDJAQ OBSPF u a NFLABR UKPI — rvrctti HOI Til. ia"C!Ww/ R "•"NMHTP. OF KT A DRVa> !" %  E ** ORE 3ACR ;D BY ADVEIWITTGALA PREMIERE! TO-NITE-G LOB E-8.45 UeViag The l>islini;iiished r^lronsgM of IU% Kxcellemy The (.ovrrnor iinrl Mrv. A. I„ Suvanc> Acclaimed Film in All Motion Picture History! i .„ Academy Award zzXgurefice \ St mer \ | {aiiilet the keaity cream thai k a 'Uealmenl' ^^^^"•^ %  %  l i %  •ataaai H aaicOaai.i ~4 Maai*-.... Nprel.1 Mitl.iee Momlay iBank Holldajl J.I5 P.M. Sidney Mil IK ea Charlie CHAN In "SHADOWS over CHINATOWN" and Jimmy W AKKI.V In "RAINBOW over the ROCKIES" A Monoirun Double! I>W MONDAY and TUESDAY 5 and S 30 P.M. Another Monoinim Thrill Double? "MAN WITH TWO I.IVKS and "BLACK GOLD' with Color by Clnecolor Kdward NORRIS— Mario with YER—Eleanor LAWSON Anthony Ql INN PLAZA Theatre O I I I X aaaeb Ike ekss kwaaedieieJy I.i mmfUmt sW jutmmm tike ekss. pewewsta uW aaaiy Wok "•' .-AKl SPIARI CO NTINUOUS PERFORMANCES PRICES : HIT 24c, HOI i 4Kc. BAM ONY B0c. BOX T2c. Ki.is '/. price in House tint) Balcony o l sw.ua— gsaata g jg g. gaajgy %  i gens a swrieea 'BMII' <*uab Vaaaa ikeaassl —m B %  *M tasewaee irast it ae laey de aw etaee hisaty teiess So ni-cicelly r eel h sg el all %  raioiu, M good foe I Ha I if little lil-im.h'e, i.-. T gi iaey. UaaetuM Baa*' %  >— .l-l be ...u ail ehoiae. HAZE LINE SNOW S A B UBRODCHS VELLCOUE A CO. PEODUCT Special Kiddies l.:i0 p.m. Matinee* from lh Oclnber. 19511 Kid* 18c. any par! of the theatre i i mi i nii i iiiii i iiimm ii ii i Hiiiii ii iHii i m STOCK-TAKING We •hull be CLOSED for STOCK-TAKING TOHUT Our Office will be OPEN to Buiineti aa uaual All Departmenti will Re-Open To-Morrow, Saturday, 30th. -* &f a • MM aaaaaaa M MURRAY'S MILK STOUT SUSTAINS AND REFRESHES &f a aa a es a asK THE IIMIIIAIMIS i O-OI'I ISA I l\ I I O IKI\ I \< TOIIV LTD. Demand Ml II HA VS .Milk Stoul From youT GROCER MWMM. A CSX, I I %  —A U .. %  -.



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rvr.i FOtn BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY SirllMHUi M, IMo BARBADOS i ADV'OGftE • -T —-i Eridas. September . 19511 I WVAMLKI* \OIM WITH thi inti duction ui silent zones .n Bridgetown it was hoped that the city would be less noisy and that the police authorities would soon we their way to extending the SCO|H' of the silent zones. This has out. been the case. Indeed in recent w<-oks the nuise <>t Bridgetown has increased. The new method of advertisement by employing a truck to drive around playing music, while it may be useful as an advertising medium, certainly increases the distractions of those who have to try to work in the city. The police should take steps and should be given a discretion in the exercise of their powers. They should beijiven the right to stop noises which are avoidable and which can only be a nuisance to those who are compelled to spend Ihejr days in the city. '. .; It Is not only in Bridgetown that a wanton disregard for the comfort and coirvenience of others is displayed. Many religious gatherings continue far into the ni^ht and often the noise is great. Since many of these meetings are held in rcsiiaj areas the nuisance value is considerable. Such meetings should be forced to come to an end at a reasonable hour \Uien those who have worked hard all day expect and are entitled to some rest and quiet. Political meetings are a similar source of annoyance on some occasions. During pre-election campaigning such meeting may be excusable and perhaps even ineseupulile hut if the representatives of the people feel it necessary to address iheir constituents during the period of their leadership they should do so in a manner least calculated to cause annoyance and inconvenience. This can best be achieved by bringing their meetings to a close at an early hour. The new traffic arrangement* do not allow of the diversion of traflsa during meeting oi the Legislature The acoustics of the two chambers uat'd for these moelingfi arp not good and the task of those who have to report their proceedings are all the more difficult. It is time that some aural aid was introduced into the chambers concerned so that reporters and public may be enabled to hear proceedings with greater ease. This ta ow of those matters which is essentially a matter for the general publicThere cannot l>e laws for everything and much must be left to the good sense of the people. Greater consideration for others and a willingness to forego one's activities HI tUe interest of one's neighbours will do more g>od than all the laws and regulations which may be passed. llowf|iii*kly ron hi ( %  ernianv liaise an Army V BEHUN DAI'PEi: Bll [VMM Kirkpatruk. 1 h slripc-lf '•oVe diplomat who has succvrV rd Ceneral Robertson a* BrlUinVt High Coninunsioiier in West GerYork that Germany doe* not warn a new army. Now tii.ii. coming fgorn Sir Ivotic. whose job la to keep his DOM, Mr. Ernest Bevln. informed %  >n German trends Is a very imi>ortant statement—if true. II would mean that In live year* the German people, from bein* the moat nQiiii i militarist* Europe has seen in the past three generations. Have almost %  > wSJSb naSU tell stories, true or Use. of their trials undei tn< lash before they left These stories are reiterated by Uie 50.000 refugees who, every month, flee from UsS East son* of Germany for succour in the West They are ready to tight for BSSSsf SfiVSS and families il thev IN given the weapon: than go through :helr experiences again. The German wartime generals to-day are not asking whe'her there will shortly be some form of German army, military police, n.ilitla. or garde mobile, hut haw las* it will take to set up soma forre In the West which would hold up any Hu.an plans (or n attack from lbs East. Hitler's tank expert. General Hasso von Niimieuffel, says an army will take two years to build Bui today his view wa contradicted to me by Hitler's torvmost military scientist. General Kurt !lilimr. wartime Nasl radio commentator. No-Nazi IUlm.ii I am a passionte Prussian and lasted lbs Nazis"—talked to me for two hours about the future German army." I met him in the tin., villa on the hank of the Waaar River in Central Germany where he live* in a louple of rooms with his wife and tarnil. Mis talk boiled down to this — "I have DO iloubt thai within one year SfSSt Qaillianj could Luild up a para-military police force with the aid of furcigti weapons which would be §bsS '" stop any second Kore. Otrmany.** (Thl* is the period within which Mr. Shinwell. Britain's Defer..*" Minister, hopes to get another .11 vnouuM division to Germany.) Said IHttmar "Within a year They Knew . —less if we have enough drive— v.,. could have more than 100.000 There is one factor in Germany old Wchrmacht men In this hich exists in no other count, y police force completely capable of ^eat of the Iron Curtain: the resisting any attack on West Gerermans know what occupation many by the German Communist v the Russians means. They army in East Germany." now better than anyone else in He added, waving his hand: <>' course. If the Russians came Ihe). wouM be I •an war Wast • First Step wili'M hu radio realways in danger Allied wartime ,.i attack' ic that ih? 1 Germany IJI rehabtold General i.liI. other lop ports ("1 from ine headlines ajcsaing ing t. bbeVV to llrst step necebsa is what he calls ihtation." He meaas that Bsg sentences passed on Germany's warUnv leaders, particuUrly Field-Marshal von basnslein and others, for alleged crimes against partisan* in Russia shouM be reviewed Said DttBoar Psrbsps these men. now in Jail, might be triad by a court of men who have been up against the Cummu: tisans in Kor-a The\ know more of the problem. Germany, be beUevM should now set rip its embr>" addition to the M-mi-milltar-. police force established to prevent any Communist attack. "A Gerasftn army would be no threat to the West* must bo thoroughly EuropaanlssHl and completely merged wtthi.* an Atlantic Treaty force." To arm a Qmnu rores would mean fewer fj S irSSpoos for 't olher Western countries Rut Dlttmar and his wartime colleagues, and a lot of other people, believe Hut! are coming round to the idea Batl aid put their n Western Germany. 95 per cent passionately anti-Communist. t*. bear the brunt of BSSJ '• Ipaswhaad drive "A Lesson'' And thus you begin to understand why Sir Ivone's remark in New York BSSaSSd SSSsSSvWI K lift in lop IS. and German cirries In Germany. .ins in Geriuan> an laughing at a new Communist slogan which has mushroomed all over the Soviet rone and alon* the autobahn to West Gcimaio With uiuonscious irony its author screams in lft-hlgji letters: "Korea is a lesson BBd a earning for the German people." —L.E.S. Fret* Lawyers BARBADIAN AMBASSADORS THE (lumrture of the Speaker of the • Assembly and his wife to attend Ihe opening session of the Imperial Parliament m.irjpi an hanour and a privilege which has been accorded to the Legislature of this i.slasid. The Speaker, in Barbados as in Kiii-.lsnad, is traditionally outside the turmoil of Jwrty strife. Mr. Husbands will be going nol os the representative of his party but as the delegate and representative of the people of Barbados and then ancient Constitution in which he pltyi '-> impiiiiiiii ajHEfc Mr I'red Bethel also -leaves shortly to lupicsi'iit the Legislature of Barbados at the meeting of the Bmpire Parliamentary Associaiii.n in .New Zealand. Mr. t;. H Adams wa originally chosen but he was unable to go. In electing a member of the Opposition the members of the Legislature have shown their realisation of the fact that party politics does not arise in such a case. Mr. Adams and Mr. Bethel would both be good delegates and their political nift'erences would be of no concern. '.< gialuiurc of Barbados is one of Il 1 nM. %  m the Colonial Empire and the Barbadian leprvseiitative can take his stand with the other delegates in the proud RpOWledge that hil represents an institution which has In-hind il a history and a tradition which span three centuries. Barbados has had npi.'scniauve government, even if on a limited franchise, for a long time and has worked and evolved its democracy with a considerable measure of success. Mr. Husbands and Mr. Bethel are the ambassadors of Barbados They go forth with the best wishes of all the people of ind As representatives of the Barbados Legislature they represent tradition and the dignity whh h goes with it. In a world which i pect to the wisdom which one generation imparts to its successor in the shape ol custom and tradition, they represent that wisdom and the stability which goes with it. 1.ONDON. llrKmn's new -i.il* scheme for toga] .mi. hJch mmes 11 to operation on October 2. is rxpeciferi to precipitate a sharp rise In the number of divorce rase*.. Legal experts predict that many hi 1.dreds of people wno could not otherwise afford oa expense • %  1 divorce proceedings will lake BdvBUtmga of lha free facil lies. At present h is kmpo I tittinuite how many civil actions I 00* 1 descriptions will result Iranr the scheme but legal authottpl iJlculate that ilo cost wit) be at least $2,800,000 a year Already some S.OOO lawyen r.'ve jo ned the various panels which "ill administer the scheme The Legal Aid and Advice A<"' will not be broughv Into eflsel •is a whole on October 2 but only I that part of il which applies to High Courts and Courts of Appeal. Kmth^ present, county court* are excluded unless a case .-> ralnltted la them fiwm yie High Courts. Free legal .1 d in i^-imgnal cases is already eov•fwd] Assistance under the new j sclusne will tip available for %  l-cople with 0 "disposable" In I come of leas roan ll,l?tl a year. 1 Thnt means they muat not have I more than this sum left when 1 Income tax. National Insurance rmitributKHis, and up to 1182 n %  rorf has been deducted. If a man's income ii less than i840 I week his legal a,i will 1 b, free but after thai :t propor] lioruue contribution from him HI required. > Thus a single man whu*e gross earnings ore $1,080 a year would mnjet acome t^ix of $308, Na: ilonal insurance romrlbutions of S38.40 and rent up to HB2 so that his "dlspaoable" income would tH $1,15360 H* %  rvt\ lion llini;e ('1111111 ed. Legal aid can be refused iiitogethiT If a man's "disposable capital" Is in excess of $1,400 As it might prejudice a Jurv. the fart -.hal a person is suing defending with slate aid will be kept secret. Lawyers taking part in the scheme receive 85 per cent of ttw taxed fees, the remaining 15 per Otnt l.cing the contr.butioii of %  Whcrea. in England and Wales the new legal a.d i being inbroduced only in th' High Courts and the Court; ol Appial. in Scotland hwill l>e available In civ.I actions in tl. Courts of Session (equivalent t,, the High Courts in raigl.md) and Sheriff Courts (similar, regarding civil actions, 10 EnglTsn county court*). THE LAST HOPE? H> IM/ ItOlUt FLUSHING MEADOW Y. r.t. best hop.1I1 Dswnt raaaa MM to bo %  On thl >*. irtsare tba bloomod a ikeade ago, they take on not only muring bat reality. You cannot look and listen in on Itatslon of the U.N. General Assembly withvjt feeling that somehow mankind has j parliament in which hope is It may not be the best parliament that man u 1 but it at leas; has the makinV. And the \ery fact that 59 member nations I t down together hen-. -\n when they fight Ike cats and dogs, is MUf*s (Of rejoicing. As we all know, sometimes the caterv aulin^ is almost more than human nature B m bear. But at least it's done publicly, and %  ran see just how ornery and con..nkeiinis the other fellow is. Furthermore. moot of the haymakers are telegraphed and :,..s;i hull more chance to weave and lodge and throw a Sunday punch than in the old days when countries just jumped each In the alley. All races, colours and creeds meet and T un^le here. Many are old friends by now o matter how diverse the men. they have a lullitudr of problems in common. DifferOCB in pigmentation and climate does not ivvent ihe delegates from Liberia and catland from having a common Internal In anocido, Inflation and Amarlean soft Hunks. I In the eyes of the W/tattrn world, then Ii n :i!most immeasurable gap between ihe :istory and cultural contributions ol France id the Fiji Islands to the world of to-day '.ut Sir I.ala Lakuna, of the Fijis. and 'oreign Minister Robert Schuman. of Franco. ;>oth subtle, highly educated and aru. uman beings, speak the same language in 'his atomic age. Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of the American elegation and His Excellency, Nasroll-ih KntWim o| Iran, the newly elected preawuVrnl 4 Ihe GaneraJ Assembly, are excellently quipped to understand each other. Both U0 Brahmins, the one from Boston, the other from Teheran, half way round the world, and each understands the longing ol men of %  ;ood will for peace in this, our time Britain's foreign minister, rJrncsl lievit.. who looks both ill and old, and Gen. Cat Ins Homulo of Ihe Philippines, are equalK cognizant of the problems of the Pacific in Ihe semi-cold, semi-hot war. It would be useless to pretend that what gooj Hi ;u Flushing Meadow Is a love feast. And it has plenty of comic aspects. The immutable laws of ihe alphabet have placed he Yugoslav delegation this session directly behind the comrades from "'ie U.S.S.R. The judge glare throughout each session ai the hacks of Tovarish Vishinsky and his fellow delegates, and when a Jug gets up o speak, the Russians and their satellite' glare at Tito's Lads. But, at least, they aren't knifing each other—yet. Just glaring. Thenla wiy humour in that fact that Vishinsky el al sit on their collective hands whanavar the delegate of Republican China nai UH floor and that Sen. Warren Austin, parmanant head of the American delegation, ind Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt invariably lea.I the applause. But despite the grave differences between East and West, at least the delegates of 53 nations are meeting at Flushing Meadow and doing their darndest to get something done. A lot of 'em will be yelling "Murder!" "Fire!" Thief! before this meeting ends. There will be some gouging and some illegal tackling. But perhaps if Ihe delegates keep yelling, they won'l start shooting, and the parliament of man will have a chance. —I.N.S VISITORS TO BARBADOS are ll • >iuiek to sense the prevailing idea that Sugar is King in Hie island, especially during the crop season, whk-h happens lo aotnoide with the peak litaruy, is Q10 teekicss driving of large cane lorries, often with stalks sticking out all fiund lo Increase Mrhazard t" other users of the road:. The drivers seem to feel that th> hav the supreme right of WaJ over alt traffic, without the need for a warning Cong or siren tttu lire engines or ambulances \~n Iheir lawful occasions If the visitor nmatu enough to have some social contact with Barbadians, he may reeeicv .in Impression that the same attitude toward the overwhelming importance of sugar permeates the upper echelons of the industry. and much uf the population thai does net happen to nc directly involved. II Is In fact not unusu.il for tourists to leave the Island with the feeling thai everything that Is not sugar Is regarded M quite unimportant, if not actually detrimental to the main Industry. When I came here in 14C 1 met some residents who were much concerned about Inflation, and even seemed to blame II on people they regarded as foreigner*, coming here as 1 did. This struck me as a little unfair, especial]) after I learned thai inflation was apparently rather late In reaching the island and still not as 1 In olher countries. I know th it lumber in British Columbia. I came from, was %Vt per thousand feet before the \v..r and Mm M I $92. but that is not my fault go 1 I would stop it if I could I suffer from U as much as nnyone el*e In the fixed income group, and in any case am not important lil\\<. SI I.Alt H. K. SMVIIIIIS enough IO make -ri> ilufeien..%  11, way or lha ottm Inflation eould only be kept gwajj from flMtjadoa by the erec'lo'i f a oit of economic bron curtain between the island and the world OUtSsdt, which is hardly possible. It is natural enough foe the sugar industry to be cumem-d about rising costs, but it is far better ofl than gold-mining, which for some years now has been squeezed between a similar rise and an nbsolutely ttxed agtUrMJ price fur its product, sol Off0ov* ernment cstCTM wttb no relief in sight At lext. the only eure for inflaOM .1 reasonable amount or deflation, and that would be unpopulai w ith the majority of the voters, so democratic Governments are not likely to do anything about It. It is not outside the bounds ol possibilits that the cane sugar bMtUBtr) might MOM day And itself 111 Uie same position as goldmining is now, perhaps owing IJ now competition or develupmeniof one sort or another. In that event it would be a great help lo Barbados to be loss dependent on a single crat? for its v Mtudy of tne official trade returns hat definite progress is being made In that During the Tour years 1942 lo 1915 inclusive, total imports exceede-l export* by about period 1946 to 1949 .he was 88^. which i1 iking No doubt the figures reflect the war-time shortages lo some extent, but even allowing for this (fag trend rot nu well tH The growing tourist buMl* -must be a considerable fm t< 1 r\ the change which is taking ptact, but If the figures were available I believe that the people who com %  here from other countries to h\. permanently would be oulte important loo In an arlnlc In Usi Advocate soon wirkago I drew attenuon to Uie settlers who brflf a steady Income to the inland and provide year-rounJ employment, as well as paying taxes, whiuh should gi %  • % % %  I,' t s compared with thbsgasHMit non-tax-paying tourist. Most of us are elderlv. retired folk who want r> hv, ., Interfere with anyone lOOM No doubt Sugar it stUI King 111 M-irbadoft, If not quite so supreme as oner upon a time If the trend of |h" trade returns continued till the 881 became 100*4, sugpr wutil be only half as important as formerly. Some of the old monarch's principal courtiers may feel regret at his psaMga, bul the advantages ot sortiemvenlflcatton Of the economy are so obvious, that the trend 111 that direction should 1 I lent that suifar does not now provide adequate employment or supimit f. : the imputation, and 'he prospect of emigration on a glgnJfwent light To res -t tec-hnolociral progress in order to keep more people emplo\. economic Wlebig In itn potltlre world, if these premise* are accepted as sour. WOUld seem to be n strong ensr for tourists and rettlers t,, I..en r< uraged \V> eORie here and enjoy tit,. \M.rulerful climate, which %  '• .1 1 ft of nature I maintain, end win DOI weeu Hi 1 believe diet eosne Iraparfusl Mudb t tiltmalter would olMU* us from the charge of bringing inflation to the Island. In fact soni.of us feel that we have not really encountered it before we arrive here and enquire Ihe price of .t house or a plot of land on the" to build one I realise the obJtctlon may be raised thai Bsrba QOS is overcrowded, and tha'.' brings up the question as to whnt <>nstltutes overcrowding. There %  places In Ihe world :>" where many more people live 1". 1 equal 1 %  higher average stiindard of Ih od perhaps we ehtiLt Sajr that a <>eeiTTov.'ded when it* :i-iMireos do not provide employrient and support for the people III it That being the caar, and relief bv emlgrmlon not pracrlcable. the only alternative la to Increase the resources and bring n.ore nrome to thv Island t*T whatever nwars are available. If this means bringing n few mor people along with the added Income, there should be no objec non so long as It helps to reslor %  the balance and set right a situation thai liecomes worse each jeer It should help materially If • time itralaht thlnkuig could bw done and a definfftpoliry e volved s ti^ whether tourists arid :>ettlers 'ifie or not I( H is seriously eonsidered that they Interfere wrch th sugar business, probably ways and means could be found to minimise that, w th good will on hotn sides. D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Tim S.A. 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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, ltM HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH CURE t Th% UUqH hnMr lm Couek* i \ Coldi. BroocnMi.. sore TSMS I I HWHLfO, II ,. Wi !" „,„, coug*. IX. %  % %  i C. CARLTON BROWNE rVholfwl* A KeUII DTUKKM lit. KeetHUk 81. DUI lllj ^ LEOPAflD CHARW N Cean\w :P5!5'OU* FMHEK 4 "OAC: %  —r—— AW A1HAMED Ot WJ VCJ A," lECPAB&i BUT MEM THE HANI, A*E Out OF THE SBEAT XJUNoLETdBEt, BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES .'.•UTfTKE PEOPLE Of THE COAST AND CITV HEABD Of TS 'HEYP THINK VOU WEBE ISNOtAHT SA/AGEC See what thi. Plan will do for your akin—in only 14 day*! If you would like your complexion to be as lately „ you have always hoped i, could be, iry the Palmolivc Beauty Plan. 1 '. If. to simple. Thif b all you do: R Wash JOB fact uWi Palmate* Soap. 2 MastaetiU Hat, etiahtil laiitr into jour dm/or em fmmmm. o Rinit. Start now, continue for 14 days. And prove as the doctors proved—that if you keep your skin cleansed by PalmoUve't-beautifying olive-oil lather, you are nmto ,. KEEP ,THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM OUR LATEST ARRIVALS AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! JAMS: — CIUvri a>tra*[>->t> Hartlai-a ILi.ptwrry •KOO" Plum Jam OoWrn Otot Fin. ApW AJC. A1.1..1 FHU1T ApparU SUctd Apult. ROM Bant-ti Pea %  •I.X.L." C:inno.t Iv-ch*. 'I. KB" TIU>w CliriR POachai %  Sa*BbuUPawn*. (1 tb Tlnif •'SahalmU' Mi*r.---.-.-.--•.--•.---.-.-.---.-.VCV,-.-.



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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER M, 1 BARBADOS ADVOCATF PAGE THREE New Lake Flows In The Desert Land cornea lo life — and a runh Iwginx SYDNEY. FOR the first time since the earliest settlers landed in inland sea of lifcgiving water is flowing in the dead heari of Australia. It covers more than 5.000 square miles which used to be a sun-scorched emptiness. When first the news was passed around that "Lake Eyre's full", men did not believe it. They went to see for themselves—and found ten-foot waves beating on the 3hore as the blistering west wind blew. [ CD.C. Expand Rice Industry BRIGADIER MOUNT c.uptured Nmarfy 1,000 Anintah "( niiiiiitiiii-l" Ionl Of UniM RECORD FOR B.G. Tnmdad Magistrate Thinks Ifcga knew Thai there nad been wafer :n Lab lyra before —M ytats age. But then u was %  mere puddle which the un dried up within days. N< thing llvad in the baked sana of the giant basin ftgcripl ants, and abrtveUed *ait bush Oeolul.i-l believe that million ago seas coveted this desolation. then flowed back leaning •' Chain uf rivers arid lakes urwi fertile land. Shunned Area Glum kaiu-iiions. wombats, nl massive emus lived there until thv sun sucked the water awa\ NahnuluHs nave dug uj, thaii bone* from beneath the sally Even the Aborigines shunned the empty lake's parched silence Explorer John Eyre--who gave it his name—called 11 A blot on the face of nature, the sort of place one sees in u bad dream. White men explored the shore* They drilled artesian wells, made nastures. brought Hocks to graze %  in and thirst conquered them. Within a few years there was abr one sheep -tation left goon, even that had gone Since then, many have come hopefully with the rains, arid gone despairingly with the droughts. Then, after weeks of rain )at' winter. Elliott Prlee, who owns. Mil MO r inn sheep station In' Northern South Australia, flew out to drop poison bait for dingoes on his LSM-iquBM-mll-'! holding. Ill HAM Watcru When he looked down, he foaming water moving across the crazy paving of sun scorched wastes Into the lake bed, 39ft. below sea level, it swirled round islands. Already the basin was tilling. The Dlamnntina, Warbuno:; and Cooper rivers, which normally peter out in desert ground, hau § fWe,i luiuur man any Dotty remembered. Price was right Fin tinfirst time in at least 200 years Lake Eyre was full Two more farmers went to see for themselves—and entered the lake in an outboard motor boat down n creek that hardlv ever hclr Hit industrj an complete. \y false, and the persistence it, i lid dg more kg dam-' fige future prospects than anything else What is Mass) grow more pedi. mill i and sell more rW IBd sell to i the in%  •MI hum after tin Brigadier as. unt '—ft l.v plane '<>r Trinidad Durtnj : itu Mngadier Mount I i ii the poMtbtlltj < I •• %  • i Usa devvlogant nl %  i .,. %  [] win:. %  M have been of a preliminary and exploratory nniure It is much loo early to say whether a scheme culd be worked out whuii would be acceptable and bencririal both to the Colony and to the Corporation. Mr aMOgfcf point dealt with rumours that it is being planmo for the CDC to lake over the me industry "Very careful investigations by both sides would be aecs Mury, hi daclarad "Suck In* Its. by thcir_very nature. must lake some lime to mature J.M. Campbell Will Represent B.W.I. Sugar Association lorrtipondrnn PORT-OF-SPAIN. The British West Indian Sugar Association will be represented by Mr. J M Campbell, Vice-Chairman of the West India Committee. at the meeting between the United Kingdom authority inO Colonial sugar interests, which is due to meet this week in London for private discussions arising from the draft agreement prepared at the July meetings of the International Sugar Council. It was pointed out in Trinidaa that the discussions will be on purely domestic matters to be between the United Kingdom and her Colonies. When the last British Wes". Indies sugar delegation visited the United Kingdom, the Honourable H. A. Cuke, one of the members of the delegation represented the B.W.I. Sugar Association, and hod Mr. Campbell as his allernaThe delegates will be returning to the West Indies via Fiji and Hawaii, where they will look over the sugar plantations of those Islands. The Weather mint Sun Rise*: 5 49 am Sun SU: 5.52 pa*. Moon recent statement made by the 1 Barbadian editor and politicia*1 Mr. Dan Blacken, who remarked, that the Colony was not ripe for this important step. Others feel. that, viewing the results of the list Qajtatral Elections, the people acquitted themselves fairly well, considering the large number of ...tulid.iU-. tran whom they hn< t i choose their represented I Some circles found that the electorate had done a good job. One or two others Celt that thete were enough sane and sober person; elected to the Legislating who .Id be able ': t.i-r; LONDON. uOO animals. Including ran uptiles and hirds. %  natural lings in the jungles of Brituh Guiana to England They ,ii toon bg on sfat*w .'i ttas Looden and Whipsnade IOOS. WlkW M yasaT casl Gerakl Durrell. an Oxford undergraduate %  m the West Indies, their choice was strongly influenced i-> the desire H IIBWn 'nr junglen I 0( Bl '.IMI (.u,i . II search of BO k>g{toaJ vpe< .im-nBritoill's two v.uuset i i iii-1 met wher! Usgrj a*C*l i U g| WhlESaossi* / %  Smith himsel! laud SOU ipocm. full gTOWr nkiii i i In turn .i( n I I foi ill %  I %  nd will i*> )oine4 UMp I will bvnl late: %  aohleve their gn I gorilla capture. Whilst in British Guiana, Durrell had 500 captures, ir.cludiiia TU tuoi.k.-.-. imgle-handeri Thmhe %  nnt-eatetawt %  • %  iind, inar;i miniature ic pardarmadillo*, beautiful \a large variety of hummm,: btrdi Aifci. cm Tw ..ITVfMN i in the ItSMSi P Lai Fook a elect, i p. >T* ie a c COUNCIL CLERK i|*r*aiii o\tt *swi CotTMeei %  PORT-OF SPAIN' TRINIDAD burn Mr Joseph O'CCssMf I %  : f, ColO%  cd to the new post .if Govemoi s Secreury, and Cferk to the Executive Council MERGER LIKELY PORT-OF-SPAIN. THE RENOWN SHIRT FACTORY ..( Poit-..f-Siiu and the Garment Factory may join With the Caribbean Ivnlttlni Mills and the West Indian Hosie.> Milwhich have applied to the Economic Advisory Board for plOneOT status in respect of the kiiittini' of Koods. SOLE REPRESEN1ATIVE 11 W ROBBRTSON %  K will I* %  %  %  NEW JOB 'A 1N ti Indian umr %  %  Affairs ui New Detu. In Harbour Loll MORE OUT OF WORK He Corses Aaybost} In CrU.U antangaoy M V T It NtMlu, its is* >o*i Aivhmia )...> %  M V r*C*BT. ).;' 1>MI> %  %  %  •sasjt. i' f'tvix In Si V.ncrnl. Sell G.tJ* i r Bt Vir^.,,. s S e>t,tT tor I %  Electroplating Industry IH &*n Seaxvell A I %  H.dusti> MAIL NOTICES PORT Ol 9 mnAdvis. %  %  for an eiem p • %  CbarlsM lla-sa of l-.nh.itti.. Ihitisn .\-^; inUi.ii, turers in this I %  %  %  %  %  PORT OF SPAIN I %  %  i i*U. bus •eas refused As he was bruu |u ig-.if.-nce if aseap days." said the I h.-tt.-r opportumt 'HI now." ragjlad Barnes 4 -ppejl 4 B.G. Stowaway. Found In Two Days \ \IN. Within two dairg four slow %  board two vase* in ,thI %  . pped bar-* %  i %  ;..na rn-i M.., u -.1 hiHi i.v. i AFFILIATED "' mi>.' MR DBVBRARD WARNER, IIUI uf ComnK-rte lias joined the Chamber %  Cornmarca <>f tba Ann i ic.is COIUlatl •'! the majoritv of chambers in North, South and Centra! America The Jnmaican Chnmttcr i I thai bod] ADVANCED CIVIC COURSE I'ORT OF SPAIN %  i%  Id bi the Extra Mural Dsjpe Jtmenl m Trinidad. Hal Dal artrnant is now plauninx tu liulii II three vaar advancod i -.lo l* rontlnctt 1 hv lii IVt.r Pau. Which will provide courses or itu lent -i II aV t lions. Boon.) but ii Ineluda a s-icisl. economic of West Indian p rob I ems. M U.n at fl -mm Will br Lk.ari .. %  sM UM Bag -i. afafl i •nd Ordinary Mall *t 10 13 i Stth ol SVpi I Wo Mil% I..I , ,.i, w %  %  JWci-l and Hrslsloinl H>H> >> %  V i i i-Mi'iiti: iin :\i I CI: &f CALA OPENING CO-DA. & CONTINUING ns mi: iiH.i.isi sunn VI %HS I! I.\ NOW! towiti paici IN HitTOtri No. 6 MARHILL ST. BRIDGETOWN (Famous all over the "Globe") Vulliiiili. Cliiiiebc Chefs—DcliciouFoods of the Orient DIAL 4692 FOR PARTICULARS After 7 p.m. Patrons an requested to don their Coats >.vAvw/.v.v/.v.v,'.v/,v//.',',v,v,v.'.'.r.v.v • •-.-.-.-..-.-.



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Friday Seplraab 1950 tr 2 BartotitoS! jaauocate TAEJON FALLS TO ALLIED TROOPS Communists Flee Tories Will Emphasise Colonies At Blackpool Talks Second To Defence And Foreign Affairs LONDON, Sept. 28. T;HE Conservative Party place Commonwealtl and Empire affairs second in importance only to defence and foreign policy. This is shown in the agenda for their annual conference which will open at Blackpool on October 12. There are four motions down for discussion on defence and foreign policy—the first, an emergency motion which will be submitted on behalf of the Executive Commuter and will probably be the basis of Conservative policy on these matters at the next general election. WMI.lt I'OI II Russia Wants Invitation For Red China 100 W. German M.P's Accused Of Bribery __ BONN. Sept. 28 %  m Council of Elders of the ei German Parliament today acted on allegations of bribery ajuinit about 100 members of the Bundestag (Lower House) The Council which regulate* trie work of Parliament instructed Professor Carlo Schmid. acting President of theBundestag, to write to all theme members ano demand that they start actions for libel against Der Spiegel a weekly magardne. Der Spiegel cThe Mirror) — in a three page article—quoted from an nlleged statement by a parliamentary member of the rlghtwing Bavarian Party that sums from 1.000 to 20.000 marks were paid to deputies to vote for Bonn rather than Frankfurt when Parliament chose its temporary capita) lost year Other alleged statements were that deputies had re-eived money in connection with legislation on the price of petrol, and coffee duty. Reuter Labour Wins Bye-election LEICESTER. Sept. 21. Britain's Labour Qovernment majority was increased tonight through a byc-eiection victory at Leicester and the death of a Conservative member at Birmingham. At the Leicester bye-election, reused by the appointment of the standing Labour Member to the High Court as a Judge. Labour eand.dute A K Undoed-Thorn Is polled 18.75? votes against his Conservative opponent J. A. Taylor's 13.642 — a reduction coml*red wilh the Labour's General Election majority. The General Election figures were Labour 25.305, Conservatives M.908. Liberal 4.257 and Communist 3.271. giving Labour a majority of 5.813 of the combined opposition and 10.397 over the Conservatives. This time the Liberal* supported the Conservative candidate. The present majority of nine is the highest since the February General Election when Labour was returned with five more seats than the combined opposition. The lieircalflr bye-rV-ction fa-as the f'"ntli tinea Febmarv. All were Labour seats Reuter Another motion on ( %  '• the name of Brigadier Ralph Rayner MP calls for an immediate Commonwealth eonfen-r., view and strengthen the naval military and air defences of IhS Common wealth "Continue*! I'nres." The first motion on Commonwealth affairs—on which a debate and vote will be taker, — hu. been tabled by Mr. C. J. N. Alport MP. It reads: "that this conference views with great alarm the continued unrest and declining standards of ordered admlnistrai in the Colonial En urges the Conservative party to exert every effort to restore the confidence of Colonial people In Britain's capacity and will to fulfill her imperial mission, and declares that while welcoming advance^ towards self-government within the Empire, as and when the basic requirements for self-government are fulfilled, it is firmly opposed to any breach of these trusts." Permanent Council Othei motions call for the formation of a permanent consultative council comprising elected representatives from the United Kingdom. Dominions and Legislative Assemblies of the Colonies' the revival of Empire Day celebrations; effective steps to %  ncrsss* knowledge among members of the nartv on Commonwealth and Colonial affairs; and closer unity end Integration with the Empire administration towards mutual harmonious well-being in all accepted fields. afi i deleLater in the gates will discuss a m< pressing concern ot t threat to the Empire from the spreading of C tie views among CcsnalSl In this country. It urges immediate action to counter Communist piopaganda among these student. and calls for high priority in Colonial development plan* for the expansion of establishments of University status. The importance the party place on a dynamic policy in domestic affairs, however, is reflected in the number of motions on the housing problem which have l>een placed on the agenda There are 19 down for discussion at the third session. Lady Sand ford Flies To England NASSUA. Sept. 27. Lady Sandford. widow of the late Governor of the Bshemas (lew to England by HO A C plans) this afternoon ('.it Pre** A MELEE lu t Barbados A(|U BaumMi-r < ssaUM p waul l WaterPolo nut eh net was* Bauunai | r Burn idi goal ares in tt t Club yeotcrdsy afternoon M %  lilddi-n ly ule splash b*> Just delivered ona of his hard shot* Mid goalkeeper Psrss jf -pray is well pri>uard for the shot The ball is m mid sir. BLUE SUN' OR ATOM BOMB? Germans Ask Sweden Prepares For Psychological Warfare Panic In iStorkhotm LONDON. Scpl 26 Anxious Germans thought an torn bomb had been dropped i %  • when they rose to-day to iiiui that the sun hud turned a bright SSUW ii.' phenomenon already seen in Britain and Europe. The} bombarded weather >laions and newspaper offices with (aimed telephone In Setition to wind up the company has been presented in Nassau, but this cannot be heard until October 18 he recent visit of Field Mar i Montgomery to the Pyrenees and lth the visit of the American urvey Mission to Lisbon to discuss the proposed Arms Aid Programme to Portugal. It had been rumoured that Lord Montgomery saw a Franco envoy during his stay in the Pyrenees and It was also sugge: that American arms aid to Spain had beam discussed at the recent bon talk SurvOJr mission. But It has bean impossible to obtain official confirmation of either report h> In of all observers believed that the purpose of the Franco-Salazar meeting might be to discus* defence problems of the Iberian peninsula the contribution of Spain and Portugal to Western European Other observers thought that the meeting might be with the United Nations discussion on Spain or with plans to admit Spain to the Atlantic Pact. STOCKHOLM 8pl 26 SWEDEN is to have a special department lo protect hoi • psychological warfare Minister of the Interim E MossberR said today that hi* Ministry had been planmni ihe department for the past two yeai His disclosure followed the ofttl i ak f panic here yeati i day when a radio programme on Ihc Napoleonic wan an nounccd that the "western powers" had invaded Sweden and would force her to chamft her policy in "this Ion) expected clash between cast grid — %  %  — j u Stockholm .i womai nig and naked out of her •FLYING WASBTVB" NEW YORK A translucent "tWing wash cub", high and -nln\ OTCT the town ol '"oplar Hlulf. MUsoun. was iWportad by hundreds of people, including policemen, pilot and airport wornei* Thr National Guard sent up t*o Mustang fighters after it. Pilot Hardwood Inman reported he tlew ten miles towarda it without sp| %  i am nenrei Id descriptu.n ; Something like two big wiiMs balki tied one beneath lln nlh.-r 1 thin* 1| ** ana Mirl uf secret . npp .i atu* ii Bromma. a *uburl: neighbours found a house wile i er a kitchen luble 1'. 01 %  ; %  ... .ding the big port of Gothenburg, the home guard threw e*i their uniforms, kplxed their i >,SH nd reiKirte.1 for dntv Som lllng into Gothenburg an Italrno turne.1 round and head* out to sea again Everywher lelephonea^Were Jammed as thouuwidi "f anxlssii psopla rallj newspaper' to ask for furthe .1 hag threalennl to sull.e hroadcustlng t'd Trade Unions enuiraged the whole inaiipowi' re* nr thc planl lo come to wort i-.spite the closure order. —Renter. Bui Company Oirci Malmoe kepi his bend ll<, lelaSJ .telephone and rang hi* Jroror let hundred kilos ol %  cgar Thr i luOsr i f the pro> i.iammo. DoetOf Wilhelm Tliam rr sorry for all |ha upset %  liil n iiinkcH one won[tar If we .HI p->>' liolngic.iir, (in' I in d fOI war" -ReHter. Prime Minister Menziti Challenges Opposition CANKKKHA Sept 2* Prime Mtnu>Ui ItoUiil it'-n/i' • Cr* munist Pail I), r'.iil in the House of Repntstives to-day and challenge* Labour Opposition to fonje an lion on the Issue. n unm menace inow than it K five months ago hen man from Aus Union "Sells" 80,000 Strikers TO FINANCE STRIKB HKLSTNKI. Sept 28 I %  Woi Ri lodsy btrihfl tiling" -tnkeis ll i to help i. Ii .. % %  rot wags i enl Tl S Ota] a llmnril H".UIH) sink. | . | cash for %  v man tin-, i '-*< pa> I sSO n,ark' ps wsek their wages, as long •< the IrlM is*' 8a tar n numlier ol mull Hi r iccepii nlon's offei —Reater .. ADOW* Sswl M Esaeurrl I eonve.tec -, to oagwklsi whsthai . \\> particlp Ihtll ihaiges ol I t f> were ^ s \ i.motion that an fen'•' m\ itation fM' extendi rwprssBBtstlvg %  MM An Kcuadorian proposal Si r ^in.snu-ratioti tt the aJltln 1*01 H SSU i-e-ue. m•liKling the invitation, unli. .'!< %  rSenereJ nsagiiiijj nnsaa< i i seellni wife ins lot ie rortipluinl legsrdinK alleget China. Phi Sovist delegste mulntainee \m %  %  rderatloi i it^ .oiiipiau't of aHeged Amert< in \ggresnH.n In China hSI U do with the Haw* he ran ths Csunsll He said that the Setnniy Csun i ^ is Bbliajsd to %  oaassei aj ntsn irional disputes which n, Brahj n threaten inlenmtmnal peace and sacurttl lln I' .le.1 Stales poluv U) %  i 1*1 a gaj iKely to di lust that, Malik said. ItillllSSS niiely IHH'II aststaUatrad %  i psrl "t chtoi Catoo decUa I'ht •'tilling uf ths Amsrlsss leal • i Porn "-.i \i i ..: .. n" i %  i aid the Urati 4 'I. *ers i thee powej t.' sand tl %  wstsn betwi < n UM lllandl and the United Ko-I — It.lllrr 1ST. W. INDIAN IN KOREAN WAR? PORT >F 8P \IK PETER HAMKKKSOdN. son oi Ci and Mi* J n Ramkeesooti is the ftrel Trlnidadlan II have tin* >ii w naSk a n al udtmg pint m the K w II ivii-i i. In ths HAT and is stationed at ChsedlS, StHfTnrt>iiiM where he is being I rained an a wlrflesc. oparator Hs hSI . %  the Far Knit at the end ol this month Northwards SNIPING CONTINUES IN SEOUL TOKYO, Sept. 28. A MERICAN TROOPS today oiok into Taejon. one of the last big Communist stroagMldB in South Korea after a fierce 24 hour battle. Wliile United Nations spearheads throat north wards from Seoul to within 12 miles of the 38th parallel, the dividing line between North and South Korea, Communists in the extreme south were reported to be preparing a desperate attack to break out of General Mac Arthur's "cage" to escape to the north. Do Not SvmF U.N. i'orc<>s VorfA Of 36th Parallel SAYS INDIA 1.0NIXIN. Srjil 28 rhc Ind tritain and the Uri Is I 81 IS ould not sunporl Ihs ,.,„i United Nation i ths .tilth peraUsI in Kores, >i > 'Odarstood la dtpiomata Oovsrnmsnl %  M %  iniientoo-1 bS BBSS i ihs Hi lUsh delog t iflh mi Brlhsh and Amei" u latenwnti Iroin Msa Vor* reeeni bavs sfnphai I s Ihs Mil alls .mii'i ! %  sassnHalb %  siililsrj or Bseurltj Coura il d Irsadj on record aulhorl a i Ion ml Douglas MscArthui ail] in Bsuth Kors i II (Reslft> French Will Form "Homo Guurtlri" I'ARIS. SnlM. The French Council <>t Htnlsten hvda> derided to form urban and me guard*" and mobile remroTCeinsutl fOI dshwies aganut %  fih Colmnniaia Albert Oausr, Mlnisloi ol In%  %  mall i urid rspi i toi thai the ,. %  i inicathpna and supply Hi*es to rand Ina Mfurftry Bgsinst exleri I anemias, in oppose any attempt and lo ati ura in) i %  The homs dSfSsMS MrVSN In i-e known as "Dsfsncs of the Surface irj would be both eml 'ill 0V nnlilary lonhol .molding li i inunwtsnces t;.i/u i u)k i "i -.II Rttivi [of as would be %i itionert at frontier*, horn, dersnes woidd he entiusted to i Bsalsr. "ConHtrllationg" Profcrrrd For Speed NEW YOHK Sept 2H BntlaB i %  aft lead of York an Murder 35,000 G.I.'s Ordered CLAIMS RED MINISTER LONDON. Kept S" Kim Ho Suk loinin South HlnbNei ot thi i.i. in .i North Korean tali menl inal Amsrn .... ut sWsd in gov sm msnl lo i 1st :i peopls sad ds Iroj ia,OO0 I the IS44 uprising on lull, Island oft BOUta Keren. d according to Taaa the %  arton re sWad in London, lhai Join, J Miiriio, Ameriean Am ha sssdor to gathci with OsnersJ Wil,:am Etoborta I SSd "I iii" niihl.ii i IVJ-.OI Kinop told him the 'shanty must bs sesiraysd and wie must not hesitate ul %  ith Korean Oovsrnmsnl ah iibn k.-d Mi-ennting to Kim •.. Buk to i*ive I'u-t pi tl H'tnill of Hll l They are moving north-westwards apparently in ,.n attempt to United Nations Uae t its weakest point They sre leaving rearguards to cover t 1 Srawal taken i. \ aai ood DlvSaton %  > the ImefSass OUWt info rssjpn leintf Wtltttxi %  %  %  CB ftS SBU wdear i, nil Cmlrd .Velio-n i fhe BOWtfl This DiDre the oriKii 1st s e a wa ll m rr, few hfeel ol '''. %  Con Isaaaalni The Aimi k ii DghUng In the southern suburbs 1 %  • west 'I i.' load lo t them threw off %  %  hi'ii unll IviUs lulling out of rssfoti and ths southwsst nus< It as held bj Ihs eJnsrian fii i Cnvalrj H lorged i ns snn sf UM 'inkinit ihs fsnutherD bonl ^ ll leoul % %  i Boul %  tn*ngthMi %  *H hours. Rlemrnl i 'ioiate %  %  the 32 present members needed to r.iake then psrtlSI to 'he general sgreement. —Reuter •• nnhtin. .,..1 Km, m IhiDOHCSIA JOINS U.N. trusd by Communists should to leave the KI.WSHLV. MKADOWS p free to do Seui J!i a wai admlth I if the bill United Nation* by .be nin.ii %  in its lack of .i .1 %  i Ian! ral AsnM iQadS* (Keuler) we bp so his work I all it ei Sealei 1 '-" 'he Nat-sHii-Santlago ntage of i U iiud-Atlaiiin i run ii.ii.iv he < i marking the last step In IIOA.I aircraft, modernlKaI lion programme, the change to bSSln i-i Snnday would reduce mm Umdon lo i Santiago via South Amni-' .St by aaven hmir the I Cons tells t long previously covered only the tendon-Nassau portion of the mule with passenger chanslng lo Yorks at Nassau fol the lialnnee „f the trip to Santlntin %  assse Austrian Workers Threaten Power Cut In U.S. Zone VIENNA. Bep< IS Strike, were going on in four a failure. But the CommnnM Workers ..t ihe headiuarterh ol >* factories In C.rus In the Brnt-olkrii-c elslmsd I 'aieat vkthe imwer nelv-ork In the ftfSert, 1 *""• b "' "" %  'hreatened t.*v" wltn i "masi of driV can Zone towi of Cmuden which strikes in Ihe centre ot the city demonstration* throughout all supplies ti-.. ipptr An.saS not et ix-avn Austria. tria said in-" that thev woul' 1 '*'' begin turning ..IT p..wer at mi,. ran %  "i* ifrm.t, i %  ...it.oiied ditendsd t. A Imu uf Vienna thli morning irfaHs over ths Danube i strike a* a protest against th. * 'ed tnai tion here ( n tramline i' 'he rIf you have given '* Hostages to Fortune Protect them from misfortune . %  "(Jl thai hsih wife fonune" is *• inw tod*v wrote it. Thai i* why Of tils Inwirsme. M pr.ivitir hM l*,onc •ell wpj^ntinnIf you would lik.re assa an your inconit to your ife and >• assy not he hsrs it. provide fel lhis( the iiiiiiisasilss -rf %  pan of Ul sJaesn i -i J ihas whin you gags aarsosasay, I n la sad mail SLWSwUlaV I .„ showed 'h.-i %  "' %  nal um will put ii{ Parliament (iimrded of hvmg hv 30 a-t cent. rha illdlng %  All factories and alas trie v** discustn • port servlcei in apsi ce ^greeenrt" would be nfTeeted by the strike gua Other strikes and demonstrano sign of demoiDdration*. %  T also re-tortet! It. provno\*ernm-nt newspapers hen%  %  "• ana KuKtn i BfcBD '.1 lent r in I 'sad the Btsdr SSS* whlrh %  st normally pass. • i rsslans were reported to be prevt-i r '. to clear ths hnes — iReutr. Con federal Um Ufa A*Kiati(m. I should liks !. % provide my family wiih I Inturame ftsSStrJoB, WaW iBM h"i w




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FRIDAY SFPTEMBER 29. 1130 BARBADOS ADVOCATE • Spanish Classes Crowded T hm I In Barb., I to learn Spanish. Teachers ai. havinit their hands full with th., who would learn the language. Some stores are Anaming MM Spanish lessons of their employees while other* are encouraging their employees by raisin* the salaries of those wno either convince them of their ability to speak the languages or who have since acquired some fluency In it An humble mule-can driver brought to light another aspect of the problem of preparing to ncci-mmodate lh Spanish speaKing Venemelans. lie was employed by a local hardware merchant to carry some merchandise to a Venezuelan family. They objected to paying him and claimed that the responsibility was that of the firm. He struck a compromise with them and obtained a part if thi> freight charge On his return to the store the irate sales clerk thought he would ring and sat *-.me explanation. He did so but could not make himself umlorhtood as he spoke no Spanish and the Venezuelans spoke no English. He then enquired from th* mule-cart driver how he had made himself understood and KQI £!L1 imP e n w -b> speaking Spanish. The driver was one of the many Barbadians who have been employed on the construction of The Panama Canal and some of whom have also worked in Santo Domingo and In Cuba ai cane i utters. Quite a number of Barbadians of lowly walks in life have inquired a knowledge of spok-n Spanish through these channel* and today they find thni h.hl.r i.-pjsrttd is an asset PAGE rrvi Vmtry Did Not Meet The meeting of the Vestry of St Michael which was scheduled to have taken place yesterday was not held for want of a quorum Only six members came. They w ^ re Mr Bruce Weatherhead (Churchwarden). Mr A R. Toppin. Mr F. C. Bethell M.C.P Mr. E D. Mottle? M.C.P.. Mr. H A. Tudor and Mr T W. Miller. Among the items which were to have been discussed were two im.tlons tabled by Mr Miller. Th>first is. "thut all Parochial Employees who have been in the Service for fifteen years or more, and are not in receipt of their maximum salary, be raised to the maximum as has bean done in the case of other employees, at a previous meeting of the Vestry." Mr. Miller's second motion urges the Vestry to discuss the advisability of approaching the Legislature with a view of amending the Vestries Act to reduce the quorum of the Vestry from nine members to eight or Fess, for the purpose of facilitating and expediting the work of this Parish. which has been delayed through the many abortive meetings so! recently and successively expert-1 enced Correspondence Among the Items under Correspondence Is a letter from the Colonial Secretary dated ISth September defining a major and/or minor tropical disturbance, and the relative responsibility of the Government and the Vestry with respect to relief measures. There is another letter from the Colonial Secretary dated ltKh September and informing the Vestry that it has been decided that Government funds should not be provided for the building of a proposed Central Community Hall in Queen's Park, and that the Vestry's request for assistance in extending the Nightengale Home, wil* be considered shortly, along with other proposals for Development, but that there would appear little prospect of its inclusion in u Development Plan, except on a low priority. "Hamlet" The Best Yet "Hamlet', the Universal-International Academy award film Is the best one 1 have ever seen Mr. C. Gil noon Reed, Director tif Education told the Advocate' yesterday He was speaking after a special preview of the film given by the Management of the Globe Theatre yesterday morning Comments made by others who attended the film were as follow. Mr. Neville Conncli. Director of the Barbados Museum said that the rtim was a very brilliant one with a very good cast. It was an excellent Interpretation of Hamlet" Mr J. c Hammond, Headmaster of Harrison College said that he really never appreciated the play until he saw the production of the film "Hamlet" Mrs. L. M. Trimingham, Acting Headmistress of Queen's College said that (he film was an amazing one and made one appreciate the Play It was impossible to describe the characterisation and the grandeur of that great film Mr. C. Glindon Reed. Director <-f Education said that the film was the nearest approach to a work of art in the Held of cinema h t had ever seen and regarded it as perhaps the best film he had ever Mrs A L Stuart said thai the mm was a wonderful one and masterpiece L M w V A Lvn ch. Principal of tha Modem High School said that %  Hamlet" will live In the memory of all who nre fortunate enough to see It Mrs. Olga Symmonds d. the film as "marvellous'* Tragic Lovers of "Hamlet" Festival of Britain And British Industries Fair Visitors Advised To Make Early Arrangements "Because >f tin 1 v large number* ol visitors tXpMMd In Britain next year, there will be very heavy demands on and hotel accommodation and I strongly advise busin en who Inland to visit the British bMutirtai Fair to make reservations as early as possible." So said Mr. Aubrev It ^larck. O.B.E.. H.M Trade Commissioner In the British Weal tndtet, Britain Guiana and Bermuda — "It is well known that to comNo Steamers Between Trinidad Viui Tobago LAURENCE OLIVIER < %  rs ths trig.-lovws of tii Hamlsi'. Jsan Simmon* %  Hi ml and Oph-lu widely jccl.umed Olivier production of ;crtbed Mount Tabor Students Awarded Certificates "The only climax to education is the graveyard Dr. Hamilton, former Principal of the Barbados. Evi i In Institute. told girls of the Mt. Tabor branch of the |> day evening before they were presented with certificate* for Needle Craft and Domestic Scv < %  Dr. Hamilton was speaking uv, combined with th.it the wirk of the Institute. MISSI achievement %  Pilgrim, daughter of Kev. A Pilgrim, presented 30 cerUBeal 1,647 Licensed To Keep Stock A Barbadian who does not keep some kind of small stock in the backyard i. %  rarity. Pig keeping m. n, ilL *vnured m spite of the fact that it does not pay much, J'lid ii little more than a temporary wink account. In 'hat respect, people living outside of the city limits are luckier than those within those units, for the former can keep pigs as Kiev like — except those within special areas of St. Mlchuel —while Ihc latter nre nol allowed to keep them at all. Those who live within special areas have to get a license from the Sanitary AuthoriUes before they can keep their Berkshire oi the oruinuij long mouth pig. The license rests nothing. The Annual Report of the Sanitation Department oi St. Michael shows tliat the total number .1 licenses now operating is 1,647. Legislation controlling pig keepg In St Michael makes It unwful for any |>erson to keep any pig. hog or other description of swine in the City of Bridgetown in any other of the 'owns of Island. to the girls and women of fee Inslitule. Fourteen were given certffleatee for Medic n 16 for itieneilli science Mr. R. c Springer, Principal < the Institute, tpofci Dr. Hamilton's %  greniMUl WOT* for the Institute. During his address. Dr. Hamilton said that the supervisor the M: Tabor branch. Mr. O W. I* Weaeng, was chiefly in strum ental in bringing al> ut the success ,i the branch. It was. he *aid. due to his energy and LntalUBtfK I Mr Weekcs moved a vote i.f thanks. Mrs E Gay was the Instructor domestic science and Mis. O. E. Weekes In Needlecraft Dr. Hamilton said that nil duties at Harrison College huo made it impossible for him lo continue his duties as Principal of the Institute and Mr. Springer Who was at present on leave had decided t" carry on Ihc work for sometime. They were fortunate in having his services. He would I>e released from tin Rtlfl pre work m a little while end he ex pected lo continue hid %  he Institute, although OH > eni basis. The main funcih n of Uv I bados Evening Institute. Iu> S.f two years. The limits of Bridgetown are roughly "From Barrier Bridge In the direction of Bay Street In direct line to the cross road at Enmore House (formerly the residence of the late commercial career or any Sir Harold Austin) thence down bran-.-h River Road to the Constitution! Opportunity River in front of what was Girls who wished to make use formerly the property of Samuel of ihose faculties which ran. Ames from thence along the course perhaps more naturally t<> them had necessarily' dropped out did not think that In nuiny %  Uffetenca l,i • there n.is a strong observation he wanted to make They should ;ioi think aurea, they had learnt', ..: The onb ilimax there. duration, was the grave-J >atil. There was no such thing as I i-ini'ii'V mastery of any subject i As splendid as they had bean In their work, Ihey should regard ii only as a starting point for their I own endeavours. POBT-OF-Sl-AIN In Port-of-Spain. concern bung ea pr ess e d In commercial l ar the absence of steam, r tonunurdeattoni fee the tranepert f s.xxls between Trinidad an I %  I A riim of Commissioner agenu cabled Mr A I' T James |fl T. bago askinii lh.,t be make ., nunedtate spa Ml %  Bfs el strong recommendations to thf Ovrananenl ith laapael I rh number of daji whan no steamer opportunities will be available fOOdj and U and from Pembroke. Hind Chailoltrvllle Said a l'trt-of-Spain merchant. "Tohago has not done gnythln| rve such rteet m enl %  I'i;il aiithontirs. They shou'd enjoy as much and as many facil ilics as we in Trinidad." The Porl-. f-Spain Harbour that Ihe without serviee i hN 10 UM (a-.'l that the Trtludl was under repairs This ves>l, 'i i raM, \<>n\ two hetchi the "Tobago" only had one He ilso tald thai Bee n i %  not .ailing al tin ports named was due to the fart I towns were tonneete i to Tnlmgo's chief's town Scarboi iniRh by read. it had struck him that the designs of Mrs. Weeke*' pui i'• were of a high standard. Ihej should always try to get their own d never take them from a hot*, n nn copied deeam t* .. book, and eventuully allow ci themselves to DDetei the feeUng that Uv sn re ttMU own, n would not be honest Nor couid ne feel the true glory of the production. It Aould be belter to : jve an indilTi-renl design than one not their own. The following gained certificates. I.MAItl I I Ui| .1., 88 In The Shade MEN with their coats over their arms and others wearing shor's and open neck shirts yesterday gave evidence of the intense heal that was felt by all. It was half-holiday for mnnv tmplovees and U was not long after they were released from work that several were seen going to the seaside. At one time ">e th< rtgislered 88 degrees. Fruit And Coal Come THE motor vessel "T.B Radai brought 56 bunches and 486 packages of fresh fruit from St Lucia yesterday. The -Radar" under Capt Abelf Archbold brought also a small quantity <-l ccosmits and charcoal. €2 For Speeding MOTORISTS are still continuing io speed on the roads". Mr. E AMcLeod told Le*He Taitt r of Tudor Bridge. St. Michael yesterday when he fined him £2 for driving the motor bus M-1402 on Baxters Hoad at over 28 miles of the river as far as the Condemned Road between the Gully Houses and Doctor Straughn's property (Harmony Hall Road), In a line to the Garden House (Hon. R Challetior's residence) thence along Country Road to Dunsinanc (Mrs. Collymore* residence! across While Park Road along Passage Road and across Baxter's Road to the Weatbury Road Corner and thence In a straight line lo the beach (Fonlabelle) opposite the north-weal point of ^elican Island. It Is also unlawful for any person to keep any pig, hog, or other description of swine within the area lying between the limits of the City of Bridgetown and the following boundaries unless he shall have first obtained a license from the Commissioners of Health for the Parish of St Michael. Roughly defined these boundaries are: .From the boundary line dividing St Michael and Christ Church extending from the beach on the south-eastern side of St. Ann's Fort lo a point meeting the boundary wall of the military pro %  1I%  on the north-castem side ot the Garrison, and along this boundary wnll to the North Gate, then along Dalkeith Road to along Bcckles Road along Culloden Road. Pine Road Welches Road. Condemned Hoad. Glendalry Hoad, Brtdg* Road Bank Hall Cross Road to Eagle Hall corner and fcom thence in a straight line to the Junction of the Westburv Road and Weatbury New Road,' along tho Weatbury New Road to Footabellc Road and on, to the beach. domestic science—cooking and the like—and which WOU I them in good stead as family women, were given th> tunity lo gain a sufflcn I H edge. Then thcie was needlecraft In the broadest sense of ihe WOI i He had watched that ell the beginning and had be.strongly impressed by the keon< ness and skill of then Instructa and the advantages which had l>een taken of Ihc work b) Ike pupils That in itself was one ot the chief factors which allowed lor their being there then to witness a presentation of certificates There was much debate and many differences of opinions forwarded at the end of the ilr.-t vear as to whether the course should then be regarded as beiiu completed or whether they : hould continue with Uv girls for another year. Eventual!. the decision to continue was made and personally he thought thai It was a wise decision. He thought that Ihe occasions* of delay to the girls who were not members of the present eland who wanted to join, was more than compensated by Ihe fad that finished • and arcomplisht' women and girls had been ttM result. The certiflcetea were not cheaply earned A girl did not automatically qualify for %  I • by putting down* her name at Ihe beginning of Ihe course and then attending. fpa/mpdlcnll> <>u" the drat term. To qualify Tor eertlAcnta, adequate attendai had beep rndea> requ'si"-'i "" Ur „..,. Ix, ABanSS gsastWl (ir.li.ini <.K VIM 1 iicwtt. ran" nrr>l HoCMUn. P*r> Si %  DonicMic Science MkAM i Barbara Mill** • Btse OSLADR t IV.t.,;hIIM '' %  at,-. Srnnnn OMADS S r> al l B-"..'i stsfesl ii Marriage Clauses Amended %  lion, our €)n CotrMpondMiu %  WTOWN. Ami'iHloieotv lo the Mali Unonlai Cleuee Ordlnanoe to smooth out hardship^ in the law as it .lanupreeent, have U-en drafted, i.nd will ehortly be nbrrutted t' the Legislaiive Council A ciauae In the nui seeks tc enable a wife who has been < %  % %  -i l.v her husband Ui pre•< m .i pettUon rot drtforee upon Ihe ground of desertion if untiiemately before her marriage she was domiciled in the Colon) Another clause In the Hill seek lO enable the party against whom a decree nisi has been uhtuim-d t< applv r. ir ihe decree absalale where ihe parly in whose favou the decree has been made (etti U apply few ihe decrt>4> to ntude absoluUv Concert At Rocks TONIGHT The Police Hand under Capt. Itaisor will give the lortnikhily concert it HaoUngl Rocks tonigh.'. beginiuiiK al o'cl.a k Th^ pro gramme will be:— MILITARY MARCH ^4X^>I*V i i Uogy n Psr.'c A'om ovaerruHsV-taiBc T-n an Th* Floww Skinj; M. h* HlliMir*. art. Hy iw nim ecial .wasion it will be th linesi ami most represeiilatlv •rade fair ever to be held m IWitam Almost ev.-r> industii is arranging for special display As an example. Ihe textile ln> i Hut. ,II, have annoume neu mlention of making a major effort which i* aepected t" reeuli i, one "f the (Iniwt displays < i 'cxllle products e\*er assembled In DM building In all, over lOtl rades will be represented al the B I.F in London and Blrming "I' from 30th April lo 11th May 'n Ixrndon. the light Industrie) such as chemicals. foodstuffs. %  Vile I %  1 -'.ir-. IJIIM.I and 'la-. ware, sports gi>os. cutlery, geld 11 IUVI rwarc etc etc win be %  rcommodaled al Earls Court and -Hympia and the heav v Industries will be at Castle Hn mwich. lllrninghim Special travel facilities Mil be available between the %  l.ihiiioi. hmldings In both entrai Catalogues In many languages u now lieiii|| prepared In ihe i-ar future, posters, ehowi sTd ml other publicity malei IHH Hl.l YOVK n.XJOY.UK.XT TO-OA V with our special PRUNE CREAMS AND GUAVA CREAMS kNKJHTS-PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN egpi t. app. all the *orld." 2511 (aribbean Visitors Aakod whether mam vteltori re expected Ron the .'aribbean. vlr. Rtarck slated "Approximately 50 business visitors from my terItorj Wl ni 10 the II I K la IP5H. he highest number ever recorded >nd I believe that its value is pprcialcii more than ever before md thai ihe numbei iii be mud [renter in IWal I cannot ever mphasise Use neee*nity (or i-ailv lanninif for nest year, (or visi'on. i UM ll I F and Ihe Festival >f Briluin will begin k) en wean before the event The Lo n don Hotel luformaiion Servuv. II L^iceeter Square, London, s w i an. i ihe Aceonuaodatlon Offleei llirmingham Chnmlier if Commerce. 9: New Street. Ulitningham, will be pl<-,i-.-o to help visitors who have difficulty In tlndlng accommodation, but applii ation k) ttiem should he made as early a* possible / HUMBER ie ArUtarrat HARRISONS BROAD ST. LOCAL AGENTS DIAL 2364 | of all i.Alxarr SUITE TI Sho* Thr S*bot; Thr Cowri S-mtl-l and Id* Brogu* SBLaCTION—The Showboal . rfHiS ' Man K. nr.SC HHTIVE I.! a (Till. Qardan CVLOPHOSi s-ii i TI, i -Aa-Sll Fined 301For Dangerous Driving A NOT! 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ERE

Friday

September 29
1950

Racbados



TAEJON FALLS T¢

a ence ee



Tories Will
Emphasise Colonies

At Blackpool Talks

Second To Defence
And Foreign Affairs

LONDON, Sept. 28.
‘THE Conservative Party place Commonwealtli

‘and Empire affairs second in importance
only to defence and foreign policy. This is shown
in the agenda for their annual conference which
will open at Blackpool on October 12.

There are four motions down for discussion on defence and

foreign policy—the first, an emergency motion which will |

be submitted on behalf of the Executive Committee and

will probably be the basis of Conservative policy on these

matters at the next general election. ;
SL

100 W. German
M.P’s Accused
Of Bribery

BONN, Sept. 28.
The Counci) of Elders of the
West German Parliament today
acted on allegations of bribery
against about 100 members. of
the Bundestag (Lower House).
The Council which regulates
the work of Parliament instructed
Professor Carlo Schmid, acting
President of the Bundestag, to
write to all these members ana
demand that they start actions for
libel against Der Spiegel a week-
ly_ magazine.
Der Spiegel (The Mirror) — in

Another motion on defence in
the name of Brigadier Ralph Ray-
ner MP calls for an immediate
Commonweulth conference to re-
view and strengthen the naval,
military and air defences of the
Commonwealth.

“Continued Unresi”

The first motion on Common-
wealth affairs—on which a debate
and vote will be taken—has been
tabled by Mr. C. J. N. Alport
MP. It reads: “that this confer-
ence views with great alarm the
continued unrest and declihing
standards of ordered administra-
tion in the Colonial Empire, and
urges the Conservative party to
exert every effort to restore the
confidence of Colonial people in
Britain’s capacity and will to ful-

fill her imperial mission, and
a ner page article—quoted trom |declares that while welcoming
an alleged statement by a parlia-|advances towards self-govern-

mentary member of the rightwing
Bavarian Party that sums from
1,000 to 20,000 marks were paid
to deputies to vote for Bonn rather
than Frankfurt when Parliament
chose its temporary capital last
year.

Other alleged statements were
that deputies had received money
in connection with legislation on|}ation of a permanent consultative
the price of petrol, and coffee} council comprising elected repre-
duty. Reuter lsentatives from the United King-
dom, Dominions and Le tive
‘Assemblies of the Colonies; the
revival of Empire Day celebra-
tions; effective steps to increase
knowledge among members of the
narty on Commonwealth and
Colonial affairs; and closer unity
and integration with the Empire
administration towards mutual
harmonious well-being in all
accepted fields.

ment within the Empire, as and
when the basic requirements for
self-government are fulfilled, it is
firmly opposed to any breach of
these trusts.”

Permanent Council

Other motions call for the form-



Labour Wins
Bye-election

LEICESTER, Sept. 28.
Britain’s Labour Government
majority was increased tonight
through a bye-election victory at
Leicester and the death of a Con-
servative member at Birmingham.

meng aide eee inte eerie enone aenintiag tease

Later in the conference, dele-
gates will discuss a motion ex-
pressing concern at the grave
threat to the Empire resulting
from the spreading of Communis-




















atom
somewhere when they rose to-day
to find that the sun had turned a
bright azure—“blue sun” pheno—
menon already seen in Britain and
Western

tions
alarmed telephone calls.

ssued a reassuring statement from
the Swiss Meteorological Institute |
explaining
which travelled over Switzerland’
yesterday
phenomenon which has no influ-
ence whatever

phenomenon
from
mixed with water drops screened
the sun’s rays allowing only the
blue part to shine through.

At the Leicester bye-election,
eaused by the appointment of the
standing Labour Member to the
High Court as a Judge, Labour
candidate A. K. Undoed-Thomis
polled 18,757 votes against his
Conservative opponent J. A, Tay-
jor’s 13,642 — a reduction com-
pared with the Labour's General
Election majority.

The General Election figures
were Labour 25,305, Conservatives
14,908, Liberal 4,257 and Commu-
nist 3,271, giving Labour a majori-
ty of 5,813 of the combined opposi-
tion and 10,397 over the Conser-
vatives, This time the Liberals
= the Conservative candi-

ate.



tie views among Colonial students

shepniig ee 4

WATER POLO



a ,





A MELEE in the Barracuda goal area in the WaterPolo match betweeh Snappers and Barracndas at the

Barbados Aquatic Club yesterday

afternoon.

Bannister who is hidden by the splash has just delivered one of his hard shots and goalkeeper Perez

amidst a whirl of spray is well

‘BLUE SUN’
OR ATOM
BOMB?

Germans Ask

LONDON, Sept, 28
Anxious Germans thought an
bomb had been dropped

Europe.
They bombarded weather
and newspaper

sta-
offices with

In Switzerland, National awe:

that the “blue” sun

was a “temporary
on human life,”

In Gibraltar to-Tay the sun|

broke over the Rock at dawn a‘
brilliant blue, suffusing the whole |
af the straits and the North Afri-
can coast beyond in a sapphire
light.

Latest explanations are that the
is caused by dust
voleanoes and that dust

The blue sun was first seen over

North America on September 24
and over Britain and other parts
of Europe two days later.

Latest reports from other parts

of the world said :

France: People 14 Toulouse and

— ms ane nme

a oe on.

prepared for the shot. The ball iv



an mid-air,





Sweden Prepares For
Psychological Warfare

Panie Int\Stockholm

STOCKHOLM, Sept. 28.

SWEDEN is to have a special department to protect her
against psychological warfare. Minister of the Interior E
Mossberg said today that his Ministry had been planniny

the department for the past
His diselosure followed the

two years.
outbreak of panic here yester

day when a radio programme on the Napoleonic wars an

nouneed that the “western

powers” had invaded Sweden

and would force her to change her policy in “this long

expected clash between east










‘
‘FLYING

WASHTUB”’

NEW YORK.
A translucer “flying,
washtub”, nth aid shiny *
over the town of Poplar
Bluff, Missouri, was report-
ed by hundreds of people,
including policemen, piiots
and airport workers. The
National Guard sent up two
Mustang fighters after it.
Pilot Hardwood Inman re-
ported he flew ten miles to-
wards it without apparently
getting any nearer. His
description : “Something
like two big white balloons
tied one beneath the other.
1 think it is some sort of

secret military apparatus.”

and west”.

In Stockholm a woman rar
Screaming and naked out of her
hath, Nearby in Bromma, a suburb,
feighbours found a housewife
Gollapsed over a kitchen table,

At some places on the west
ccast including the big port of
Gothenburg, the home guard threw
on their uniforms,
and reported for duty. Som
Ships sailing into Gothenburg and
Malmo turned round and headed
vut to sea again. Everywhere
telephones. were jammed as thou-
sands of anxious people rang
newspapers to ask for further
"ews

; One man has threatened to sue
the broadcasting corporation for
| damages because his wife who has
a weak heart is seriously ill wita
shock
Bul Company Director I. N

Malmoe kept his head. He seized
his telephone and rang his srocer






Lyons said yesterday that the sun
was “light blue”, They thought it
might be due to fog.

Portugal: The freak sun caused
panie in the Braga district of
Northern Portugal.

Canada : Canadian weather
r{ficials said to-day that they were
convinced that the original theory
about the “blue” sun. was right—
that smoke from the giant chain
forest in Canada was the cause.

Denmark : he colour. seemed

in this country. It urges immedi-
ate action to counter Communist
propaganda among these students
and calls for high priority in
Colonial development plans for
the expansion of establishments
of University status.

The importance the party place
on a dynamic policy in domestic
affairs, however, is reflected in
the number of motions on_ the
housing problem which have been
placed on the agenda. There are
19 down for discussion at the third
session .








and an azure bltte in different
parts of the country.—Reuter.









Lady Sandford

to vary between a yellowish grey | *

to order one hundred kilos of
cugar, The producer of the pro-
gramme, Doctor Wilhelm Tham
said “I am sorry for all the upset
we caused but it makes one won—
| der if we are psychologically pre-
i pared for war” ,—-Reuter.

Union “Sells”
80,000
Strikers

i cs tenia

CAN’T BE
“FIRED 99

GENOA, Sept. 28.

One of Italy’s biggest inaustrial
piants the Ansaldo Steelworks
was idle today with more than
230,000 workers lolling in work-
iops and all representatives o
the managementyabsent.

The managemént has posted a
notice that the works would re-





The present majority of nine
is the highest since the February
General Election when Labour
was returned with five more seats
than the combined opposition. The
Lieicestar bye-ekection Avas the
fourth since February. All were
Labour seats.

Flies To England

NASSUA, Sept. 27.
Lady Sandford, widow of the
late Governor of the Bahamas flew
to England by B.O.A.C., plane this
afternoon.

Reuter Cin. Press.



Will Spain, Portugal
Be Militarised?

LISBON, Sept. 28.
POLITICAL observers here think that the visit to Spain
of Dr. Salazar followed by yesterday’s visit to Portugal by
General Franco had primarily a military character.
They noted. that the main feature of both trips was the
prominent place given to inspections of military installa-
tions.

£800,000 Wanted
In Fourteen Days
FOR BUTLIN'S

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON. Sept. 28.
Brigadier Keith Thorburn,
Chairman of Butlin’s (Bahamas)
has not yet abandoned his
attempts to find the £800,000 re-



Some observers said they
believed that the Franco—Salazar
meeting has some connection with
the recent visit of Field Marshal
Montgomery to the Pyrenees and
with the visit of the American
Survey Mission to Lisbon to discuss
the proposed Arms Aid Programme
to Portugal.

It had been rumoured that
Lord Montgomery saw a Franco
envoy during his stay in the
Pyrenees and it was also suggested
that American arms aid to Spain
had been discussed at the recent

q to save the company from| Lisbon talks with the American
liquidation. Survey mission. But it has been
; impossible to obtain official con-

At an informal meeting of | firmation of either report here,

Preference Shareholders of the In view of all this, many
Coe tae gr i. ee he} observers believed that the purpose

ey WaSiof the Franco-Salazar meeting
forthcoming in 14 days, the com-~| might be to discuss defence prob-

etind uh almost certainly have |iems of the Iberian peninsula or

the contribution of Spain and

To-day he told Evening Stan-|PoTtugal to Western European
dard City Editor Ernest Eve, “I | Defence

am still fighting to get the cash.” Other observers thought tha‘

the meeting might be connected

A petition to wind up the com-

pany has been presented in Nas-

sau. but this cannot be heard
until October 18.

on Spain or with plans to admit
Spain to the Atlantic Pact. e
—Reuter,




| with the United Nations discussion};

ARUe'S HEADLINE

|













“And right near to the
headline ‘QUADS BORN
AT MIDNIGHT?’ is another
headline saying ‘ SHORT-
AGES AT HOME BY
NEXT YEAR’——”

Trade Agreement



main closed until 2,015 workers
laid off yesterday, accepted their |
dismissal. '

Today leaders of both the
Christian Democrat and Com-!
munist-led Trade Unions. en-
couraged, the whole manpewer

ferce of the plant to come to work
despite the closure order.
—Reuter. |

(





Prime. Minister Menzies

Challenges Opposition |'

CANBERRA, Sept. 28

Prime. Minister RobabbeMMenzic:
produced a Cofmmunist Party Dis-
solution Bill in the House of Rep-
resentatives to-day and challenged
the Labour Opposition to force an
election on the issue,

The Communist menace is now
less than it was five months ago
At a time when men from Aus-
tralia are fighting and dying in
war started by Communists should
we be So spineless as to leave the

TO FINANCE STRIKE



HELSINKI, Sept. 28
Finland’s Metal Workers Unior
today began “selling” strikers to

employers to help finance it
tive weeks old strike for wage
ivcreasesYp to five per cent.

The Union is allowing a limitec
number of 80,000 strikers to work

in “helected firms proviced the
firms. pay 500 marks cash for
every man they employ in. thi
way

The men themselves mast pay |
the Union 300 marks per week
jfrom their wages, as long as the
trikenfasts. So far, a number of
mall firms have accepted the
“nion's offer —Reuter,

|INDONESIA JOINS U.N.

| FLUSHING MEADOWS,





Communists at home free to do Sept. 26
* 4 ee | his work?” Indonesia was admitted to the
Brings *Miraeles Menzies said that if the bill| United. Nations by vhe unan mous
erred at all it erred in its lack of' vote of the General Assemb!
TORQUAY, DEVON, Sept. 28, | severity,—Reuter, ‘ascay.— (Reuter) .
Willard Thorp United States? oe:
Assistant Secretary of Economic



Affairs, said here today that gen-
eral agreement on tariffs and
trade (GATT) was a tremenaous
step forward in international re-
lations. He was speaking as the
Lead of the American delegation
at the opening session of the third
of a series of tariff negotiations
being conducted here under an
agreement which was concluded
in Geneva in 1947.
Thorp said that
agreement had first been
ceived as a means of reducing
trade barriers ‘miracles have
happened in reconstruction”
Leader of the Peruvian delega
tion. Senator Edgardo Portaro,
spoke for six countries attending
ne gotiatior for the first
Others are Western German
Australia, the Philippines, Turkey
and Urugu: if successful they
two-thirds vote cf
mber:

since yeneral

con-

time







he general

agreement

—Reuter

needed to}

, aircraft
fon the



Aduarate



Russia Wants
‘Invitation For

| Red China

FLUSHING MEADOWS, Sept. 28
* Security Comic convenec
igain today to consider whether
.o invite the Chinese Communists
to participate in Council delibera
Cons on their charges of Americar
aggression against Formosa.
Belore the Council were;
A Soviet motion that, an im-
mediate invitation be extend-
e to a representative of the
Peking Government.
An Ecuadorian proposal tc

cefer consideration of the
entire Formosan issue, in-
cluding the invitation, untii

wie General Assembly finish-

ed dealing with the Sovie:
complaint regarding allegec
American aggression agains

China.

The Soviet delegate maintainec
hat the Assembly’s consideratior
fits complaint of alleged Ameri-
‘an Aggression in China hac
iothirg to do with the issue be
fore the Council.

He said that the Security Coun

il was obliged to consider al
nternational disputes which werc
ikely to threaten international
peace and security.

The United States policy to
vards Formosa was likely to de

just that, Malik said. Formosa
iad definitely been established as
in integral part of China by the
Cairo declaration

The sending of the
leet to Formosa was
vt aggression”

How would the United State
ecl, were another power to send
ts Meet to the waters between the
tawalian Islands and the United
itates”? Malik asked,—Reuter,

American
“a direct act



IST. W. INDIAN
IN KOREAN WAR?

(From Our Own Qorrespondent)
| PORT-OF-SPAIN.
PETER RAMKEESOON,

son of Canon and Mrs. J. D.
Ramkeesoon is the _ first
Trinidadian to have the. dis-
tinetion of ‘taking pact if
the Korean War, Peter is
in the R.A.F. and is station-
ed at Cheadie, Staffordshire,
where he is being trained as
au wireless operator, He has
received orders to leave for
the Far East at the end of
this month.



French Will Form

“Home Guards”

PARIS, Sept. 28.

The French Council of Ministers
to-day decided to form urban and
rural “home guards” and mobile
reinforcements for defence against
F.fth Columnists

Albert Gazier, Minister of In-
‘formation told reporters that the
neasure is to secure home com-
nunications and supply lines to
\cfend the country against exter-
al enemies, to oppose any attempt
it sabotage and to secure internal
order,

The home defence service to be
known as ‘Defence of the Surface
O71 Territory” would be both civil
and military and would be under
civil or military control according
te circumstances, Gazier said.

As all active forces would be
stutioned at frontiers, home de-
fence would be entrusted to
pecial forces.—Reuter,

“Constellations”
Preferred For Speed

NEW YORK, Sept. 28.
Overseas Airways Cor-
will use Constellation
instead of York airliners
Nassau-Santiago stage of
ts mid-Atlantic route, it was an-
nounced here today,



British
poration

|

| Besides marking the last step
jin B.O.A.C, aircraft, modernisa-

tion programme, the change to
| begin on Sunday would reduce
|fying time from London to
| Santiago via South America’s
| west coast by seven hours, the

| Corporation said
| Constellations previously cover-
ed only the London-Nassau portion
ot the route with passenger:
changing to Yorks at Nassau for
the balance of the trip to Santiago
—Reuter,



Austrian Workers Threaten
Power Cut In U.S. Zone

VIENNA, Sept. 28
Workers at the headquarters of
the power network in the Ameri-
can Zone town of Gmuden which
supplies the whoie of upper Aus-
tria said to-d that they would
begin turning off power at -mid-

day

They said they intended»
strike as a protest against the
Government’s plan for higher

prices and wages which the Con
munists claim will put up the co
of living by 30 per cent

All factories and electric trang

| port services 1m upper Austria
would be affected by the strike
Other strikes and demonstra-
tions were also reported In pro
' te qd

Strikes were going on in four
big factories in Graz in the Brit-
ish Zone but the threatened
Strikes in the centre of the city
have not yet begun

Demonstration were also re-
ported for. the frst time in Leoben
in the British Zone.

A tour ef Vienna this morning
showed that the situation here
however was completely back to
normal

Parliament Guarded

Che Parliament building where
a general Parliamentary Commit
tee was discussing the wage and
price agreement wa strongly
guarded by police, but there wa
no sign of demonstrations

Government newspaper here

2 led the strike movement

a failure 3ut the Communist
volksime claimed a “great vic-
tory” witb a “mass of strikes and
demonstrations throughout all
Austria.”

Police reported that strikers
eut off Russian controlled dis-
triets over the Danube by sitting
on tramlines in the Florisdorf
and Kagran_ districts Strikers
“aiso blocked ridge of the Red
Army in Fiorisdorf. and the Stad-
Jau railway bridge over which
trains to the East normally pass,
but the trains were using another
bridge

The Russiar vere reported to
be preventing any effort to clear

e line

~(Reuter.)

| tain.

Z 'Peice:
ety E CENTS
4

Year #5

ALLIED TROOPS

Communists Flee



Northwards

SNIPING CONTINUES
IN SEOUL

TOKYO, Sept. 28.
AMERICAN TROOPS today broke into Taejon,
one of the last big Communist stronguolus
in South Korea after a fierce 24 hour battle.
While United Nations spearheads thrust north-
wards from Seoul to within 12 miles of the 38th
parallel, the dividing line between North and
South Korea, Communists in the extreme south
were reported to be preparing a desperate attack
to break out of General MacArthur’s “cage’’ to
escape to the north.

Do Not Send
U.N. Forces Nerth
Of 38th Parallel
SAYS INDIA

They are moving north-west-
wards apparently in an attempt to
‘swing around Taejon and_ break
across the United Nations line ot
| its weakest point, They are leaving
rearguards to cover the with-
(drawal, according to. prisoners
{taken by the British Brigade and
jthe American Second Division,

| It was the American 24th

LONDON, Sept. 28. Division the “Old Warrior” of

The Indian Government has told the campaign whieh broke

jritain and the United States i into Taejon, wires William
could not support the decision | Parrott “Reuter's correspon -
end United Nations forces port! dent with United Nations
f the 38th parallel in Korea, it i | troops in the south, This Di-
vision bore the brung of the

inderstood in diplomatic quarters
he Indian Government's view >
inderstood to have been conveyed
o the British delegation to the
Tnited Nations,

Official British and American
tatements from New York recent
y have emphasised that the
ecision to cross the 38th paralle!
vould be essentially a military
me, Security Council decisions
lready on record authorise Gen
‘ral Douglas MacArthur to restore
peace “in the Korea area” anc not
mly in South Korea they main
(Reutee)

Communist assault in the first
few weeks of the Communist
invasion,

The Americans were reported
fighting in the southern suburbs
of Taejon early today. Retreating
Communists were fleeing in sma))
iscrganised groups north west
rom the city on the road to
onneju. Many of them threw off
heir uniforms and took to the hills

“civilians,”

Communists pulling out of
vaejon and the southwest-must
till cross lines held by the Ameri-
can First Cavalry Division-—whien
forged one end of the- “ehain
inking the Southern front with
Seoul—and South Korea troops
rhis chai, thin in places, has been
trengthened in the past 48 hours,

Elements of five or six Com
munist divisions are estimated to
rave been cut off by the American





Murder35,000
G.l.’s Ordered

CLAIMS RED MINISTER

. ink-up Their communicatior

LONDON, Sept. 28 ystem seems to have broken

Kim Hyo Suk former South) jown, and it is believed that theix
Korean Minister of the Interioi

enior officers have no tdea where
what they are
American

alleged to-day in a North Korean
statement that American adviser
ordered his government to murder
35,000 people and destroy 10,000

heir units are or
joing, according to an
Army spokesman,

, } rican Sevent
houses in the 1949 uprising on| In Seoul the Americ A: h
*heju Island off South Korea {| Infantry Division has run into

che sle ‘ Da. | ;
y : lerate resistance” mopping
He stated according to Tass the mor e’
oviet news agency despatch re-; “UP the north-eastern yn
( ; | ACEC a Le 23

eived in London, that John J. | aceording to a United ale

Tenth Corps Communique

Muecio, American Am ; , 7a

Corea, together with General Wil- Large Broups a ee oo
liam Roberts head of the military | oops are moving out o € ;
idvisory group told him the| to the north. : a es
‘enemy must be destroyed and American meee ae oe
syne must not hesitate at the choice} “4 deadly game of hide and see
of means” with snipers lurking in Seoul to-

The South Korean Government) day, according toa despatch. from
was also asked according to Kim | Roy Macc artney, Keuter’s Corre !
“yo Suk to give first priority to} ‘pondent with the ad vanced
he construction of airfields and | troops,
‘o prepare a “campaign against Flame-throwing: tanks elimin-
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| IS Excellency the Governor
| and Mrs, Savage will attend
| the opening of the film “Hamlet,”

tonight at the Globe Theatre

Also in their party will be Mr
and Mrs. Hopwood, Mrs. Savage's
parents, Miss Pat Savage, daughtez
of His Excellency the Governor
jand Mrs. Savage, Maj. Denis
| Vaughan, the Governor’s A.D.C
and Rev i Mrs. C. A. Sayer
Rev. is the Principal of
Codrington College.

tomorrow As Usual

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barbacos as usual tomorrow
It is not yet known
however whether the runway will



| be open to their DC4 ships on the
| following Saturday.

Attended Opening Of Plaza

|
LEPC EPSPS PES? M

R. RONNIE GITTENS,
Managing Director of Carib-

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Partner of the

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‘returned from Georgetown, where
they attended the opening of the
new Plaza in that colony on
Friday 22nd.

On their way back, Mr. Gittens
and Mr. Tucker stayed over in
Trinidad on business.

Transferred Here
RRIVING yesterday afternoon

from British Guiana by
B.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs. Paddy
Egan .and their baby daughte:
Madeleine. Mr. Egan has been

transferred from the Georgetown
Branch of Messrs. William Fogarty
Ltd., to their branch in Barbados

Mr. Egan is a brother of Mr
Jack Egan, Director of Messrs.
William Fogarty Ltd, and was
stationed in Barbados once befor¢
several years ago.

With Venezuelan

‘Telephones
R. and Mrs. aeorge McGibbou
left for Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. Mr. MeGib-
bon, who is with the Venezuc'an

Telephone Company is from ta
U.K., and has been living in
Venezuela now for about two

years.

Chfef purpose of their visit wa
to leave their eldest son in Bar-
bados as a pupil at the Lodge
School, Their younger son Neils
who accompanied them on _ the
trip over returned with them
yesterday, They were in Barba-
dos for three weeks, Staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

John Trim’s Cousin

PENDING part of his three

months’ holiday in Barbados
before going on to Paramaribo is



Mr. George Trim, head teacher
of Rose Hall Church of Scotland
School in British Guiana He
arrived here two weeks ago and
is a guest of Mrs. Ena Brankei
of “Claudville”, Hastings.

Mr. Trim is a Correspondent to
the Daily Chronicle and a cousin
of Mr. John _ Trim, British
Guianese pace bowler.

Rupert and the









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POCKET CARTOON
| by OSBERT LANOASTER

“ After all, nurse, it’s not my
faule if my duodenal lacks

news value!’

Here For The Opening
R. HORACE TEELUCK-
SINGH, Manager of Uni-

versal International Pictures i

Trinidad, which distributes J.

Arthur Rank Pictures, arriv

esterday from _ Trinidad by

1).W.1.A. especially for the opening
cf their film “Hamlet”, which
begins tonight at the Globe

Theatre. Mr. Teelucksingh ex-

pects to return to Trinidad to-

morrow.

After Six Months
M* AND MRS. S TAN

HOWARD, and their two
inughters, Penelope and Patricia,
efter six months holiday in Bar-
bados returned to B.G, yesterday
afternoon by B.W.LA.

Stan is with “Wales”

tion in B.G., and this
long leave.

Spent It In St. James

LSO returning to B.G. yes-
fXterday afternoon by B.W.LA.
ere Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Cameron and their ‘wo sons,
"hey spent most of their three
months holidays on the St.



Planta-
was his

Back From U.K. Holiday

OSTESS on the Grenada-
Trinidad _ B.W.1UA flight

Barbados yesterday was
Mrs, Peggy Humphrey, who has
just returned from two months
holiday in the U.K. and she cer-
ainly is looking very well for
er holiday. At Seawell to meet

© were her twin sister Mrs
aggie Hassell and her mother

from

For The Races
GILBERT YVONET left
yesterday afternoon by

B.W.1.A. to ride in the Deme-
rara Turf Club’s October meet-
ing which begins on October 7th.
While in Georgetown, Gilbert
will be staying with Mr. Joe
Fernandes,

Four Cups
OUR cups have been present-
ed to the Bay Street Boys’
Club, two by the Barbados Elec-
tors Association, one by the
Y.M.P.C. and the other by
Capt. A. M. Jones,

They will be presented for
competitions in Table Tennis,
Dominoes and other games and
will be competed for twice year-

ly.
Happy Birthday
ANY happy returns to Dr.
A. A. Gibbons, P.M.O. St.
James, who celebrates his birth-
day to-day.
Staff Manager
R. JULES HENNEGUY, Staff
Manager B.W.1.A. in Trini-
dad was an arrival yesterday by
B.W.I.A, and is here on a short
routine visit. He is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

‘ With Steele Bros.
R. AND MRS. JAMES
McCULLOCH and their
daughter Shelagh arrived from
B.G. yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A,. to spend a month's
holiday in Barbados, staying at the
Enmore Hotel.

Mr, McCulloch is with Steele
-Bros., in B.G., who are Agents
for C.D.C. in respect of their
Timber project in that colony,

Left Yesterday
ETURNING to BG. yesterday
by B.W.1I.A. was Mr. Derek

Sinson, who has been spending ten
.weeks holiday in Barbados.

James coast, staying at ‘Thorn-¢Derek works with Diamond Plan-

ville.’

On Short Visit
RRIVING from St, Kitts yes-
L terday by B.W.I.A., was
Mr. William Walwyn accompan-
ied by his wife and son Chris,

Chris is only here for a couple
of days, as he came up to get
an American visa, for he will
shortly be leaving for the U.S.
They will all be staying at the
Marine Hotel.

‘ ‘
EAVING yesterday by
4 B.W.1.A. for British Gui-
ana was Mr. J. Arthur Roberts,
Manager of the Government
Savings Bank, He expects to be
away for about two weeks, and
on his way back will stop over
for a few days in Trinidad.

Castaway — 14

PAC



tation in B.G., and his last few
weeks here were spent at the St.
Lawrence Hotel.

Cousins
R, GILBERT YVONET left
and her daughter Maria re-
turned to Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A.

Maria who has been here for a
month, is a cousin of Dr. Vivas-
Salas and Mrs, Alberto Rodriguez,
both of Venezuela.

Mrs. Rodriguez’s husband and
the Doctor are well known Polo
players in Caracas, and Dr. Vivas-
Salas will probably captain the
Venezuelan team which will tour
Barbados sometime this year.

They were guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Intransit

H®. for a few days before he

returns to St. Lucia is Mr.
Vincent Devaux, Operations
Officer, B.W.I.A. in St. Lucia.
Vincent is on his way back from
a visit to the U.S. and some of
the other West Indian islands.



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7.00 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m
Analysis; 7.15 a.m. Composer ¢ RIUM
Week; 8.00 1. From the Edit THE CENTRAL EMPO
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Close Down; 12,00) oon) ‘The Neg's (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
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Miniature; 8.00 p.m. Radio Newsreci Republic Pictures Pres sci di pebeaoad
8.15 p.m. United Nations’ Report; 8.20
p.m. Interlude; 8.20 p.m. The Debat ‘6
Continues; 8.45 p.m Intertude; 8.55
p.m, From the Editorials; 10.00 p.m “ MARIE ANTOINETTE”
The News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; i0.15
p.m. Puffney Post Office; 10.45 p.m JENNIE ”
World Affairs
Starring



Gulf Oil Representatives
R. CHARLES RICHMOND,
Attorney of the Gulf Oil

Corp’n., and Mr. John Alien of

Gulf Oil’s Pittsburgh office arrived

yesterday from the U.S. via Trini-

dad by B.W.I.A. They are here
for an indefinite period and are

Starring
Jennifer JONES
Fthel BARRYMORE

GISH

Norma SHEARER Tyrone POWER
Joseph COTTEN

Lillian To-Night At 8.30 P.M

sarin rn MADAM O'’LINDY AND TROUPE

guests at the Ocean View Hotel. IN
At Seawell to meet them was ROXY
Dr. W. Auer, Barbados Manager “ CARACAS NIGHT ”
of the Gulf Oil Company. To-Day and Tomorrow 4.45
H.Q. In Guadeloupe and 8.15

R. AND MRS. HENRY
STEHLE and their son Guy
arrived here yesterday by B.W.LA. ; in Willian SHAKESPEARE’S
Dr. Stehle is Director ¢ ee
Research in the F.W.I., with} ’
headquarters in Guadeloupe and “ROMEO and JULIET
was formerly Director of Agricul-
ture in Martinique. He is also al with ,
member of the Research Council Republic Whole Serial

Norma SHEARER and
Leslie HOWARD

OLYMPIC

Last Two Shows To-Day 4.30

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‘3. How some children talk. (9)

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‘y Food from tar or coal. (4)

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PAGE THREE

New Lake Flows iC.D.C. Expand! Captured Nearly “Communist” Is | Harbour Log MORE QUT OF WORK |He Curses Ariybody























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Rice Industry’ 1,000 Animals werd Of Abuse |... eect aca | oe
} | I r—-OF-SPAIN wna aman awa 1g
: y i +s : . i — A t Labour Bureaul ¢ i i before t
In { he Desert RECORD FOR B.G. Trinidad Magistrate Thinks | In Carlisle Bay el t is on the] Police Court yesterday
BRIGADIER NT From Our Own Correspondent a ; | Sch. 1 ‘ increase Dvir It is officially) a charge of using cL.cene
i MOUNT LONDON. | BORT-OF-SPAIN. Sept. 27 |... Sch. Gloria He s N. tated that the osing down of} The Court was teld that y
i as - From Our Own Correspondent) | Nearly 1,000 animals, including | Arima Magistrate Keith Gordon | 7 nies, Sth. Lochinvar &. . Se Hart Americat ses | been respor he is taken to the Red House
Land comes to life—and a rush begins : GEORGETOWN, BG. | rare reptiles and birds, have been | 9% Tuesday ruling that Alling | Son. Cyril & Sch Zita We > mm n anything else, for] before a Judge to get bail, bu
Brigadier E. B. Mount, Senior| transported from their natural} @?¥eme a Com st” constituted | Sch PB. 7 Enterprise, $.5'! the aggravation of the unemploy-| was refused As he was being
ae Dire ctor of the Colonial Develop- surroundings in the jung @ stigma, fined Arina teacher | tiel Se i Walla¢ ser ent situatior cer « to stody. Barna
: . SYDNEY. ment Corporation Ltd., in the British Guiana to England. T! | Raymond Watking, who partici : “el SSwruvacs used abusive words before the
FOR the first time since the earliest settlers landed an eee oe . commenting on the will soon be on show at the Lon-! 7 = ths ean yore M.V. T. B. Radar, 116 tons met, Capt | OT ee judge
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Eyre’s full”, men did not believe it. They went to see for |#tom is expansion—any rumours] holidays in the West Indies, their is p 3% Eve . Ciinarintat® SAUr | Guira f PORT-OF-SPAIN He gave verbal notice of appeal



“ that h , > ) ic > > i “
themselves—and found ten-foot waves beating on the shore atta < pits aaa Gos celle tn anctitee te detain
as the blisterine west wind ble “ pas P n-|the desire to explore the jungles;

* west win w. |trol of the industry are complete-|of British Guiana in search of
They knew that there nad been

'ly false, and the persistence cf zoclogical speci 5. These an 5
| fo -_ specimens. These men,| SOLE REPRESENTATIVE
water in Lake Eyre for |rumours weuld do more to dam-|

|} The Economic Advisory Board



—C.P has come to the decision that
CaAWwe | there is considerable room in
|

A poe 4 BG. Stowaways
Trinidad for an_ electroplating
AKRIVALS By B.W.1.A.1 industry Messrs. H, E. kKobin- Found In Two Days



Britain’s two youngest explorers, Fron
}age future prospects than n : : Ne

Own Correspondent









i British G B a M | to British Guiana shortly ‘ :
sFiUIS sulana, rigadier ount! and will be joined there by his C aoe “etre “ Kiedor \ the & ‘ L ‘ ane E one oe es ” ——ee
had discussions on the possibility} e>)loaeue. Dur * ll. Together t % si MR PORT-OF-SPAIN ib " Gen

sap eatin secsshmyencebelinaiaegdicanin : ieee pidinen

“git te a ! \ SHRI BHAGWAN, Registrar | ¢ ’ s = ‘ eneral x _ ‘Ey “ we *
of the Corporation taking soma will trave] later to the French}, th Indian : c Keabol ates 5 eet aa aes te M y 4 » » ( {
|part in the development of the!|‘Cameroons, where they hope to! Office. w'l o ‘ mee A AA A



ear, oO. i z : : any-j first met when they were work-, PORT-~OF-SPAIN TRINIT ’ son and Company, of Port-of From Our Own Corr-spond
aa peatdiie ks tee oa a thing else. What is needed is to) ing at Whipsnade zoo MR. A. R. W. ROBERTSON, aed Menianhs séalle Brut | Spain, and Mr. Charles Baeza of ; . PORT-O8-SPATE,
up within days. | Sw, Tore padi, mill more rice} Smith himself brought to Eng-) Trinidad’s Financia! Secretary now m PUERTO } Barbados, a British West indiay Within two days four stow
2 and sell more rice—and sell to;jand 300 specimens, including aon holiday in the United Kingdon i s ways pilot have been declared] aways from British Guiana were
Nothing lived in the baked sand |expand the prosperity of the in-| full grown tapir which is akin to| will be the only. official Trinidad | pioneer manufacturers in this} found aboard two vessels lying
of the giant basin except apts, | dustry as a whole, Some hours| a rhinoceros, and the largest col-| representative at the opening ot espect, As a rule, certain elec-] in «the Port-of-Spain harbour.
and shrivelled salt bush, Geolo- after the Conference, Brigadier} lection of macaws and parrots to the House of Commons Caae ” —_— t lating work had to be sent to] The men were not allowed to
gist believe that millions of years Meunt, left by ‘plane for Trinidad.' he shipped to Britain for 30 ee - Sr oo leg Jamaica and the Board felt that} land. They will be shipped back
ago seas covered this desolation,| . | years. He plans te pay another NEW JOB MAIL NOT ICES this type of work could be done} on another boat which leaves here
then flowed back, leaving a chain | During his sane week stay in| yjsit : + : }

‘shortly for Brit Guiana



of rivers and lakes and fertile
land.

FY Correspond Mail for Bemud «

Shunned Area





‘ | = \ leave the C a.m. and Ordinary Mai

Giant kangaroos, wombats, and rice industry, “I must emphasise] achieve their greatest ambition —} Thursday ws die " mash Colony On} or the Sith of 950
massive emus lived there until the twe points,” he said. (1) While! gorilla captures benéottin: th Mini - of ent Maile for cia, St

, , . ee a oe a ae 3 pt . . it i e } stry of External, Grenada and a by the M.V

sur sucked the water away gisc ussions have taken place, these/" Whilst in British Guiana, Dur-} Affairs in New Defhi, India. "| Wood will be closed at the General ost °
Natura tote have dug up their discussions have been of a prelim-| rel! had 500 captures. including 70 Palette 2 Ae | Office as under LA »

ones from beneath the salty inary and exploratory nature. It rs whe ve Parcel Mail at 4 pim. og the 29t) of r / dP NG ‘QO. :

Â¥| fowea ruruner than anybody re- | je rach too cole to cag net] Monkeys, single-handed. There he AFFILIATED Seat, the Galen ah ee ot GA OPENING TO-DAY &

sand. membered. Price was right. a sche sould’ be worked also secured the first true pair of (From Our Own Correspondent) | a8 Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.mi. on the

Eyen the Aborigines shunned For the first time in at least 200 a scheme could’ be worked out} ant-eaters ever to be found, mar-

CONTINUING



Ben acai tabl : PORT-OF-SPAIN. | â„¢h2of Sept. 1960
* 7 j F a 19 | Which would be acceptable and| gay cats—a miniature leopard- - rE WARNER. | palls for Domini
jose —. os parched silence. ae a Eyre was full. se beneficial both to the Colony and Seeiadtiios beautiful tcoane a sie ee WARNER, | Penteip, wit. bs
hi piorer John Eyre-—who gave it e farmers went to see or to the Corporation, a Yaree 4 i Paraey i Pr earn td cling Secretary, told

is name—called it ‘‘A blot on the} themselves—and entered the lake a ariety of humming birc that the

Trinidad Chamber of Parcel and Registered Mails at 9 a.m | "ee 7 7 la 6 Y r
face of nature, the sort of place} in an outboard motorboat down His second point dealt with Commerce has joined the Chamber is oF ee a Oe mom ie ris ‘s THE BIGGEST Ss ew NX

by the Sch. W 1
ed at the Ge oral



the Press| Pest Office as uy







wth of Sept 1950
one sees in g bad dream. a creek that hardly ever hela|rymours that it is being planned of Commerce of the Americas Mails for Antigua by the Sch. Gloria | * mY yi
Wi ia Sec ~ water. for the CDC. to take over the rice COUNCIL CLERK The Chamber of Commerce of the | Henrietta will be closed at the Generai VEARS If
They drilled arene waite ae Shrubs are green where there|i™dustry. “Very careful investi- pea Our PORT OF SPAIN ees consists of the majority] Parcel and registered Mails at 9 a.m
e , " 1 ions 4 sides wi —-OF-SPs ‘ of Chambers in North, So é and Ordinary Mail at 10.18 a.m. on the}
epern brought flocks to graze.j Was only /saltbush. Farmers have Serene Oy pee Sone — ~ TRINIDAD born Mr. Joseph Central America The fesenoti 7 of Sept., 1090.0 \ . , . ”
; " ; a aun sary, é Phy “loc, the, oe aaa : tts . vamaice Jails for British Guiana the }
“Within oe ee eg nag meng pty Algal vestigations, by their very nature, cormatetnenn ten ed cer Chamber is a member of that body, D'Ortac will be ¢ losed at tii Gents
: dy ; oe : ae al Secretariat, has been appoin Post Office as under
only one sheep station left. Soon, pastures. must take some time to mature ed to the new post of Governor’s ADVANCED CIVIC Parcel and Registered Mails at 9 a.m
even that had gone, Geologists wonder what will co Secretary, and Clerk to the nd Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.1 on the





happen to the water, Pear nitive C ; COURSE Oth of Sept., 1950 |
London Express Service. American Ordained Executive Council (From Ow 0 n Correspondent

Since then, many have come





denval- eae’ the rains, and gone — . PORT-OF-SPAIN

espairingly with the droughts. - OWING to the success of the |

Then, after weeks of rain last The Weather | Anglican Priest MERGER LIKELY Civic Course held by the Extra ee 00sé

peer, peer "mat who owns TODAY | PORT-OF-SPAIN. Mural Department in Trinidad, G Bl d Bleeding
uloorina eep station in I s.|the Department is w planning tums, So

Northern Seats heen, fen || Sun Rises: 5.49 a.m. In B.G. THE RENOWN SHIRT FAC-|the Department is now planning| Q@rtms Bleed «. re

me “ar ¢ rane M th and
TORY of Port-of-Spain and the} to hold a three year advanced Loose Teeth mean that you have Bromine

(From Our Own Correspondent) Garment Factory may join with|civie course to be conducted by | Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease
GEORGETOWN, |the Caribbean Knitting Mills and| Dr. Peter Pau, which will provide that will wOOnSr OF later cause your teath

i i : : ; ‘ anther & mae 7 cause I. a |

: : 6.00 pm At an impressive three-hour ser-| the West Indian Hosiery Mills,| ot only the necessary courses Of] and Heart ‘Trouble. Amosan stops gum |

Water: 5.07 a.m., 4,57 viee at St. George’s Cathedral on| which have applied to the Econo-| students for B.Se., (Hons. Econ.) bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth

out to drop poison bait for-din-|| Sum Sets: 5.52 p.m,
fore on his 1,399-square-mile Moon (Last Quarter)
nolding.







Swirling Waters





. 2 7 n . - 4 anne . d quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
Sunday morning Rev. Glen H.| mic Advisory Board for pioneer} but will include a social, economic | 3)" ne. A 8 ake you

When he looked down; he saw|f> P-M. Walker of the U.S.A. was ordain-| status in respect of the knitting of} and political study of West Indian | jnout ‘well and. save your teeth. oF
foaming water moving across the | YESTERDAY ed priest of the Anglican Church| goods. problems. Bea Waa Ainbeen tard sate sharlat
crazy - paving of sun = scorched Rainfall (Codrington) Nil by His Grace the Archbishop of today. ‘The guar-
wastes. Into the lake bed, 39ft. Total for month to yester- the West Indies. At the same ‘'Amosan antee protects
below sea level, it swirled round day: 7.84 ins. service Mr. E. G. Fonseca, a Cus- for Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth
rr Already the basin was Temperature (Max. 86.0° F. toms Officer was ordained a BP) Neeseah cise bncepa' retest

ng. Temperature (Min,) 72.5° F Deacon,

The Diamantina, Wrasburten Wind Direction (9 a.m.) i ~ 3
and Cooper rivers, which normally E.S.E., (3 p.m. E. by 8 pee gee eae a Coe
peter out in desert ground, had , e E . eacon last April in Louisiana,

oe 5 miles per U.S.A., and came to British Gui-





ana in May to take up an appoint-
“Ton ca 29,941, ment as Curate at St. Aidan’s,

Wismar.
Mr. Fonseca who will be serv-
ing as Deacon at Christ Church,

Opinions Differ On will not be receiving payment for

his services to the Church, rene eamas



J.M. Campbell Will
Represent B.W.I.
Sugar Association



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(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN.

The British West Indian Sugar
Association will be represented by
Mr. J. M. Campbell, Vice-Chair-
man of the West India Committee,
at the meeting between the
United Kingdom authorities and
Colonial sugar interests, which is
due to meet this week in London
for private discussions arising from
the draft agreement prepared ai
the July meetings of the Inter-
national Sugar Council.

It was pointed out in Trinidad
that the discussions will be on
purely domestic matters to be
discussed between the United
Kingdom and her Colonies.

When the last’ British West
Indies sugar delegation visited
the United Kingdom, the Honour-
able H. A, Cuke, one of the mem-
bers of the delegation represented
the B.W.I. Sugar Association, and
had Mr. Campbell as his alterna-
tive.

Adult Suffrage

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

Opinion in Trinidad is divided

as to whether the people of the

Colony have reached the stage to (From Our Own Correspondent)
make intelligent use of the

privileges of adult suffrage. Many
persons are in agreement with a

recent statement made by the
Barbadian editor and _ politician

Mr. Dan Blackett, who remarked
that the Colony was not ripe for
this important step. Others feel,
that, viewing the results of the

last General Elections, the people} guava having been boiled at one
acquitted themselves fairly well,

considering the large number of
candidates from whom they hac
to choose their representatives
Some circles found that the elec-
torate had done a good job. One
or two others felt that there were
enough sane and sober person:

elected to the Legislature who

would be able to guide the coun-

$20,000 GUAVA
FACTORY

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Plans are nearing completion
for the erection of a $20,000.00
guava jelly factory which it is
expected will go into operation
early next year.

Experiments in the bulk manu-
facture of guava jelly have been
| suecessfully concluded, 100 lbs. of

|time, Experiments were carried
out by Mr. Harry Paul,’ Agricul-
tural Chemist of the Department
| of Agriculture, at a pilot plant
| erected by Mr. B. S. Thankur,
| Junior Social Welfare Officer of
| the Social Welfare Division of
the Department of Local Govern-
ment.

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DAPPER Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick,

iby Selkirk Panton

“Of course, if the Russians came
in, too, that would be a different






“THE last, best hope” and “the parliament
of man” are grandiloquent phrases not to be



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UNW ANTED NOISE Office diplomat who has succeed Western Europe what Russianism with the West.” ee wren ne £F ody ait elgg Tins Challenge Peas 20 7
jed General Robertson as Britain's means—call it what you _ like 4 On this man-made mesdow, where the
. High Commissioner in West Ger- Communism or Red imperialism. First Step saudy trappings of a World's Fair bloomed a Ss) AMS
WITH the introduction of silent zones in | york that Germany does not want Eight million refugees from the ; Raat ? me » take t only meaning ae
Bridgetown it was ‘ hoped that the city 8 new army, East zone now in Western Ger- General ittmar, whose nim-|@ecade ago, CY FARE Pa gs OFS) Bottles Mc Ewans Beer
would be less noisy and that the Hine Now that, coming f¥om Sir many tell stories, true or false, ble brain g@feated Goebbels and| but reality.
ye ¥ ve po Ivone, whose job is to keep his of their trials under the Russian other top Mazis in his radio re- You cannot look and listen in on this fifth
authorities would soon see their way to | boss, Mr. Ernest Bevin, informed lash before they left. ports (“I) always in danger " : ; ————7
extending the scope of the silent zones on German trends is a very im- These stories are reiterated by from the, rn Allied wartime}|session of the U.N. General Assembly with-
, ’* |portant statement—if true. the 50,000 refugees who, every oe eye me of attack-! 44 feeling that somehow mankind has
This has not. been the case.. Indeed in It would mean that in five years month, flee from tne East zone ing G ”), told me that the Nation ; NOTICE
recent weéks*the noise of Bridgetown has |the German people, from being of Germany for succour in the first step mecessary in Germany achieved a parliament in whic ope is
¢ ed. Th ne ae aid : the most aggressive militarists West. : is what he calls “moral rehab- justified.
increased. e new met of advertise- Europe has seen in the past They are ready ilitation.”

ment by employing a truck to drive around
playing music, while it may be useful as
an advertising medium, certainly increases

three generations, have almost
overnight become a nation of
flute-playing pastoralists.

Could even the most sanguine

to fight for
their wives and families if the
are given the weapons, rath

than go through their experiences
again.

He meams that the sentences
passed on Germany’s wartime
leadexs, particularly Field-Mar-
shal von Manstein and others, for

It may not be the best parliament that man
ean achieve, but it at least has the makin’s.
And the very fact that 59 member nations

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. ' : ae . a ae ‘ 31 si hey fight
the distractions of those who have to try to of Britain's highly paid “re ’ alleged ‘crimes against partisans} sit down together here, even when t
? r : education” team in Germany— The German wartime generals in Russia should be reviewed. Sait asee ioicing. *
work in the city. it was their job to make Ger- to-day are not asking whether Said Dittmar: “Perhaps these like cats and dogs, is cause for POS STOCK - TAKING
; mans “anti-militarist democrats” there will shortly be some form men, now in jail, might be tried As we all know, sometimes the cater-

The police should take steps and should
be given a discretion in the exercise of
their powers. They should be-given the
right to stop noises which are savoidable

; Q } ‘ » Germany, he believes , should d will Reo for Business on
; tronger than the Reichswehr attack from the East. Hitler's , . an pen for
and which can only be a nuisance to those | Jermitted to the Weimar Re- tank expert. General Hasso von 20W set up its embryo are | most of the haymakers are telegraphed and
who are compelled to spend their days in I ae By = eens Allies ear. says . amg weil oy mJ oar eee <— ot pnabkain tena’ Uilela eine etnies aa TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBER
nder the eat ft rsai a wo ars to build. But to- Sa . A
the city. @. \itun Ga Milnes Gall Gag Ain wints wes contradicted to YO0L POY ammunist attack. | iodge and throw a Sunday punch than in the Will Our Customers please arrange accordingly ?
me by Hitler's foremost military A Gernfan army woulc

It is not only in Bridgetown ‘that a
wanton disregard for the comfort and ¢on+
venience of others is displayed. Many
religious gatherings continue far into the

—make a claim like that?

As far as Sir Ivone is con-
cerned, the trouble is that Ger-
nany to-day has an army, and
1y population test, four times

On Wrong Side

The further trouble is that this
rmy, more than 200,000 strong,
vith a cadre of 50,000 tough ex-

of German army, military police,
militia, or garde mobile, but how
long it will take to set up some
force in the West which would
hold up any Russian plans for an

scientist, General Kurt Dittmar,
wartime Nazi radio commentator.

No-Nazi Dittmar—“‘I am a
passionte Prussian and hated the

by a court of men who have been
up against the Communist par-
tisans in Korea They would
know more of the problem

threat to the West” he said, “It
must be thoroughly Europeanised
and completely merged withio
an Atlantic Treaty force.”

To arm a German force would

vauling is almost more than human nature
can bear. But at least it’s done publicly, and
ach of us can see just how ornery and can-
‘ankerous the other fellow is. Furthermore,

old days when countries just jumped each
other in the alley.

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; 3 hs , Wehrmacht and ex-S.S. men, Nazis’"—talked to me for two mean fewer U.S, weapons for the, {9 matter how diverse the men, they have a
night and often the noise is great. Since rained in the most modern hours about the “future German other Western countries. , sith disci cP byeignbal easel A Aiceiindin Differ- ‘Phones: 4413, 4472 & 4687
many of these meetings are~held in resi- veapons, is on the wrong side of army.” I met him in the tiny But Dittmar and his wartime | WUUlUGe OF problems ; S
dential areas. the nuisance value is con- ie Iron Curtain, villa on the bank of the Weser colleagues, and a lot of other/«nce in pigmentation and climate does not
siderable. Such meetings should be forced vermany, keyed to march against he lives in a couple of rooms with we cone round ~ the idea that ee ie eee from et
¢ | he West on orders from the his wife and family. they should put their money on | celand from having a common interest in
rae a seg encore sgstien uae ‘remlin, instead of being anti- His talk boiled down to this:— Western Germany, 95 per cent.! onocide, inflation and American soft drinks.
when those who have worked hard all day omtnunist in West Germany, “I have no doubt that within passionately anti-Communist. to| } fe ae RA cit eh orid. theret6
expect and are entitled to some rest and repared to defend the West one year West Germany could bear the brunt of any Eastern | In the eyes of the Western world, there-is
quiet gainst a second “Korea” attack build up a ea police Spearhead drive. , nm almost immeasurable gap between the
nt trom the East. force with the aid of foreign De a : K : ‘
Poli : ‘ Hitler’s wartime generals are weapons which would be able to “A Lesson” istory and cultural contributions of France
itical meetings are a similar source |tninking about this problem Stop any second Korea in Ger- nd the Fiji Islands to the world of to-day
of e€ on some occasions. Duri They are beginning to creep out many.” (This is the period And thus you begin to under-| 5 Sir Lals ‘ aay
roe ng inter the conor a kiutee within’ which Mr. _ Shinwell, stand why Sir Ivone’s remark in ut Sir Lala Lakuna, of the Fijis, and

pre-election campaigning such meetings
may. “be” excusable and perhaps even in-
es yable but if the representatives of the

é feel it necessary to address ‘their
constituents during the period of their
leadership they should do so in a manner
least_ calculated fo cause annoyance and
inconvénienge.. This can best be achieved
by bringing their meetings to a close at an

It is the Communist in East

Wehrmacht sun where once again
hey will have the heel-clicking,
ne saluting, and the honours they
ove,

They Knew...

There is one factor in Germany
hich exists in no other country
vest of the Iron Curtain: the
-ermans know what occupation
»y .the Russians means. They

River in Central Germany where

Britain’s Defence Minister, hopes
to get another armoured division
to Germany.)

Said Dittmar: “Within a year
—less if we have enough drive—
we could have more than 100,000
old Wehrmacht men in_ this
police force completely capable of
resisting any attack on West Ger-
many by the German Communist
army in East Germany.”



people, believe that the U.S. chiefs |

New York caused eyebrows to
lift in top U.S., and German cir-
cies in Germany.

Americans in Germany are
laughing at a new Communist
slogan which has mushroomed all
over the Soviet zone and along
the autobahn to West Germany.

With unconscious irony its
author screams in ift.-high let-
ters: “Korea is a lesson and a
warning for the German people.”



‘oreign Minister Robert Schuman, of France,

both subtle, highly educated and acute
human beings, speak the same danguage in
this atomic age.

Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of the American
lelegation and His Excellency, Nasrollah
“intezam of Iran, the newly elected president
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; know better than anyone else in| He added, waving his hand: —LES. LOCAL
early hour. . are Brahmins, the one from Boston, the other QISTRIBUTOR
The new traffic arrangements do not from Teheran, half way round the world,
allow of the diversion of traffie during F La wy and each understands the longing of men of * a
meetings.of the Legislature. The acoustics ree ers good will for peace in this, our time. DaCosta Electrical Department
of the.two chambets-used for these meet- LONDON. Libel and slander actions are} Britain’s foreign minister, Ernest Bevin,

ings arg not god and*the task of those who
have to report their proceedings are all
the more difficult, It is time that some.
aural aid was introduced into the chambers
eoneerned so that reporters and public

may be enabled to hear proceedirigs with

See nke

‘greater ease.

Britain’s new state scheme for
legal aid, which comes ‘ato opera—
tion on October 2, is expecied to
precipitate a sharp rise in the
number of divorce cases.

Legal experts predict that many
hundreds of . people who could
not otherwise afford vhe expense
of divorce proceedings will take
advantage of the free facil ties,

At present iv is impossible to

Ry Fred Doerflinger

He therefore comes within the
legal aid scheme but he must
make a contribution vo legal ex-
penses and this at most would a
$358.40. That is arrived at b
subtracting from the $1,153. 60
the $8.40 a week up to wh'ch he
gets legal aid free. This leaves
$716.80 which is then divided by

not covered by whe scheme,

The Government has nothing
te do with the working of the
scheme and an action cold be
brought with legal aid from the
stave against any state depart—
ment,

For the purpose of the scheme
the country is divided into 12
Jegal aid areas under which are
2 large number of local commit-

who looks both ill and old, and Gen. Carlos
Romulo of the Philippines, are equally
cognizant of the problems of the Pacific in
the semi-cold, semi-hot war.

It would be useless to pretend that what
goes on at Flushing Meadow ts a love feast.
And it has plenty of comic aspects. The





NOTICE

J sai iis ‘ : 5 estimate how many civil actions two making his contribution tee, who will grant certificates | Mutable laws of the alphabet have placed e

eaueysially a mpatier for the general public. |ronf ta ‘schae but Yetal'ca AC AG hed any capita he would ‘nti9,2%t, eating, a report | che Yugoslav delegation this session directly .
Thete ¢ahnot: be. laws for everything and | Win be at least $2,900,000 2 youn Cow eee ee Seon eto Person's means. The | commit- pees ie cemineden. roe much must be left to the good sense of the | Already some’ 5,000. lawyers would be taken. cant hag to pug towserls Mis teva tha teen oe are rroushout each session at TAKING WE BEG TO THANK OUR
people. Greater consideration for others |°5¥@, Joned the various panels A married man with a total in- costs and whether it must be} ‘Me backs of Tovarish Vishinsky and _ his + W i

and a willingness to forego one’s activities
in the interest .of one’s neighbours will do
more good than all the laws and> regu-
lations which’ may be passed.



which. will administer the scheme

The Legal Aid and Advice Act
will not be broughy into effect
as a whole on October 2 but only
that part of it which applies to
High Courts and Courts of »Ap-
peal, For the present, county
courts are excluded unless a case
is remitted to them from the
| High Courts. Free legal aid in

come of $2,100 would also have a
disposable income of less than
$1,176 and would be entitled to
assistance.

The underlying intention is
that no one shall be precluded by
lack of means from recourse to
the King’s judges.

To gev legal aid in bringing
an action the applicant must go

in a lump sum or in instalments

In assessing a man’s capital, per-
sonal belongings such as clothes,
furniture and tools of his trade
will be excluded and a man who
owns a house will not have this
vaken into account unless its
value exceeds $5,600. After that
half the expenses will be count-

fellow delegates, and when a Jug gets up
to speak, the Russians and their satellites
glare at Tito’s Lads. But, at least, they aren't
knifing each other—yet. Just glaring.

There is wry humour in that fact that
Vishinsky et al sit on their collective hands
whenever the delegate of Republican China



CUSTOMERS AND THE GENERAL
PUBLIC FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT
DURING THE PAST YEARS AND CAN
ASSURE THEM OF OUR BEST

jer al cases is already cov— before his local committee which ed. Legal aid can be refused} has the floor arid that Sen. W i
BARBADIAN | ered, ‘ . Will be set up by the law Society aitogether if a man’s “disposable + . Pra as eeieat : Peat Set ENDEAVOURS TO CONTINUE GIVING
| Assistance under the néw (solicitors) and the Bar Council capital’ is in excess of $1,400 | Permanent head of the American delegation,

AMBASSADORS



schame will be available for
people with g “disposable” in-
come of less vhan $1,176 a year.

(barristers), This committee will
listen to the applicant and dec'de
whether he has _ reasonable

As it might prejudice a jury,
the fact ‘hat a person is suing or

and Mrs, Eleanor Roosevelt invariably lead
the applause.

THEM THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MER-

defending with state aid will be PRICES, COM-
THE d ure of the Speaker of the | mat means they mtist not have ee yh being given legal kept secret. But despite the grave differences between CHANDISE. AT “BEST
House of bly: and his wife to attend nani tase,“ Patinenh.-tenurenee aid so that his case can go to court. Lawyers taking part in the




As public money is being spent

scheme receive 85 per cent of the

East and West, at least the delegates of 59

BINED WITH COURTEOUS AND

the openi ‘session. of the Imperial Parlia- cone eee, and up to $182 ‘n there is the safeguard that if any Vaxed fees, the remaining 15 per | Nations are meeting at Flushing Meadow and ‘
ment marks an-henour and a privilege ett a cae “Ghceen de Suan than as "he pues oe alee ooeie ae eset 4 ee of} doing their darndest to get something done. eet :
which has accorded to the Legislature , 38. some wee ee pee. ‘ronan teens can be refused although vhe Whereas in 5 fareaa thd A lot of ’em will be yelling “Murder!” “Fire!”

of this isla The Speaker, in Barbados sions contribution from him is Sart Be pein a Fi es Sang joaebinoed ay o the “Thief!” before this meeting. ends. There WE CORDIALLY WELCOME YOU

as in England, is traditionally outside the ag
turmoil of*party strife, Mr. Husbands eatdibe cae et ane : vean inate here is also the precaution of Appeal, in Scotland iv will be tackling. e

will be going not as the representative of
his party but as the delegate and repre-

deduct income tax of $308, Na-
tional Insurance conributions of
$36.40 and rent up to $182 so that



thav if the applicant hood—winks
the committee and the case turns
cut to be a worthless one wh’ch

available in civ!l actions in the
Courts of Session (equivalent to
the High Courts in England) and





But perhaps if the delegates keep yelling,
they won’t start shooting, and the parliament

DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd.

i is lost ,then vhe judge, at his Sheriff imi :
sentative of the people of Barbados and | his “dispesable” income would discretion, can order c plaintiff Me evil taper ws ‘Tnalisn of man will have a chance,
their ancient Constitution in which he be $1,153.60, to pay the defendant's costs, county courts). —I.N.S. DRY GOODS DEPT.
plays so important aapart. . ‘VISITORS TO BARBADOS are would s a str as
Mr. Fred Bethel also ‘leaves shortly to ‘usually quick to sense the pre- get rattle aaa gal Saging

represent the Legislature of Barbados at

have shown their realisation of the fact

ailing idea that Sugar is King in
the ‘island, especially during the

hazard to other users of the roads.

KING SUGAR

the island and the world outside,

I believe that the people who come

for tourists and settlers to be en
ccuraged Yo come here and enjoy

of us feel that we have not really

PUPBOPV BOY





















4



Pe OPOP PFS,

«crop season hi 2) : M the wonderful climate, which is WwW 9

the meeting of the Empire Parliamentary Solntide “with i ag gy gh R. E. SMY THIES a g ft of nature and costs nothing For Next eek s

Association in New ‘Zealand. Mr. G. H. tourist, trade.. One of the first to maintain, and will not wear

oms t e new er, enough to make any difference the trend seems well de/ined. cut. } . s }
Adams was Originally chosen but he was Sale te: Rowe ke one way or the other. Inflation The growing tnisat usiiode hg eee Sst eae seaperins Celebrations and :
unable to go, In electing a member of the ee driving of large cane could only be kept away from must be a considerable factor in Study © matter would clear ¥
nd often With’ stalks: stickin Barbados by the erection of a sort — the change which is taking place, | US from the charge of bringing in- i s

Opposition the members of the Legis islature - Mat ait: Wound, kor ncreabe od of economic iron curtain between but if the figures were aeatianie flation to the island. In fact some the Ho iday >
s
3

that party politics does not arise in such a

knowledge that he represents an institution
which has behind it a history and a tradi-
tion which span three centuries. Barbados
has had, representative government, even
if on a limited franchise, for a long time
and has worked and evolved its democracy
with a considerable measure of success.

Mr. Husbands and Mr.
ambassadors of Barbados.

Bethel are the
They go forth

The drivers seem to feel that they

upper echelons of the industry,
and much of the population that
does not happen to be directly
involved. It is in fact not unusual
for tourists to leave the island
with the feeling that everything
that is not sugar is regarded as
quite unimportant, if not actually
detrimental to the main industry.

When I came here in 1946 I met
some residents who were much
concerned about inflation, and
even seemed to blame it on people
they regarded as foreigners; com-
ing here as I did, ‘This struck

which is hardly possible.

flation is a reasonable amount of
deflation, and that would be un-
popular with the majority of the
voters, so democratic Govern-
ments are not likely to do any-
thing about it.

It is not outside the bounds of
possibility that the cane sugar
industry might some day find
itself in the same position as gold-
mining is now, perhaps owing to
new competition or developments
of one sort or another. In that
event it would be a great help to
Barbados to be less dependent on

here from other countries to live

who want to live quietly and not
interfere with anyone,
the sugar business,

No doubt Sugar is still King in
Barbados, if not quite so supreme
as once upon atime. If the trend
of the trade returns continued till
the 88% became 100%, sugar
would be only half as important
as formerly. Some of the old
monarch’s principal courtiers may
fee regret at his declining
prestige, but the advantages of
some diversification of the economy
are so obvious, that the trend in

especially

encountered it before we arrive

perhaps we ecotld say that a
place is overerowded “when its
resources do not provide employ—
ment and support for the people
in it. That being the case, and
relief by emigravion not

cable, the only alternative is to
increase the resources and bring
more ‘income to sland
whatever mears are available.
If this means bringing a few more
people along with the added in-
come, there should be no objec-
vion so long as it helps to restore
the balance and set right a sit-

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s FINE DRINKS
$ Gold Braid Rum

_Old Brandy

Guinness Stout
Tennents Bex,
Tennents Stout
Crown Drinks







Cod Fish, Red Fish
Smoked Haddock
Smoked Kippers

Slightly Gorned Beef

hd thee me right: of “way It is natural enough for the permanently would be quite im- here and enquire the price of a
case. Mr, Adams and Mr. Bethel would over all c, without the need ee Seane ahety oe Cepretted poeeant, 006, In an article in thé ray ee 9 a = Ap aie eae .
j itic: for a warning gong or siren like B , Dut it is far dvoca some weeks ago I wo DUG one. realise the ob- -
both be good delegates and their political fire engines or ambulances on better off than gold-mining, which drew attention to the settlers who jection may be. raised that Barba- ‘ >
differences*would be.of no concern. their lawful occasions. for some years now has been bring a steady income to ‘he 0S is overcrowded, and tha? \
= If the visitor remains long Squeezed between a similar rise island and provide year-round — brings up the question as-to what %
The Legislature of Barbados is one of enough to have some social contact. 89d an absolutely fixed selling employment, as well as paying Constitutes overcrowding, There 8 %
the didest’Imethe Colonial Empire and the with Barbadians, he may receive pete = ne produet, si by am taxes, which should give us some rus places in we ia Ve 8
: i an imptession that the same rnment decree, wi no relic merit as compared with the where many more people live in J “
Barbadian representative can take his attitude toward the overwhelming =" _— “ : eae eeaetnot, non-tax-paying tourist, © equal JS aaa a ere %
> rtance of sugar permeates the east, the only cure for in- ‘Ost of us are elderly, retired folk average standard of iiving,, a0! %
. stand with the other delegates in the proud impo pee $
x
%
x
*



TABLE DELICACIES

Australian Table Butier

Australian Cooking Butter

Carrs Water Biscuits
Jacob Crackers

New Zealand Cheese

Cocktail Biscuits

i ‘ rishes of a , ’ i fr Os y. E ri s ne cause for E > s
with the best wishes of all the people of me as a little unfair, especially a a owe spe * _ sas mn th smroetion should be cause f uation that becomes worse each MEAT DEPT Ganee eiiieial

Se ig 7 plies ne ‘ fter I learned that inflation was Study of the official trade returns rejoicing. It seems evident that year -
this island. As representatives of the Bar- epparently rather late in reaching indicates that definite progress is sugar does not now provide It should help materially if Legs and Shoulders pe greg enh
bados Legislature they represent tradition the island and still not as bad as being made in that direction. adequate employment ©r support some straight thinking could be Local Mutton Anchor Evap.

in other countries. I know that

During the four years 1942 to 1945



. Top Notch Rum
Scotch Whiskey
Dry Sack Sherry
Rhine Wines ¥
Kidneys and Stew Veal

Anchor Milk Powder

: bien 3 et: fy Teka 2 for the population, and the pros- done and a defini licy evolved

and the dignity which goes with it. In a lumber in British Columbia, where inclusive, total imports exceeded pect of Cenlovatton on a signihern as to whether Seasieer ons ois Pork Feet Oranges and Grapefruit

world which pays scant respect to the I came from, was $22 per thousand exports by eet saaa’? i ke seale is very pe a are welcome or not. aia e

: : : Lceant a lh : ta war, and now it is the 4-year period 1946 to 1949 the To resist technological progress If it is serioush consid

wisdom which one generation imparts to | ag Te. mot-mny feud ailférence pws 88%. which is in any industry in eae os , Seg that they interfere 5 the se %

its successor in the shape of custom and | I would stop it if 1 could. I suffer quite striking. — more people employed _ spells business, probably ways and x PHONE GODDARDS EARLY .

tradition, they represent that wisdom and | from it as much as anyone else No doubt the figures reflect the economic suicide in Vhis com— means could be found to mini-— : x
vie oe | in the fixed income group, and war-time shortages to some petitive world. If these premises mise that, w'th good will on botn %

the stability which goes with it. in any” case am. not important extent, but even allowing for this are accepted as sound, there sides, ache POCOSSSSSOSSS: oo

Pa


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,



Spanish
Classes

Crowded

There is a drive on in Barbados
Spanish. Teachers are
having their hands full with those

to learn

who would learn the language.

Some stores are financing the
Spanish lessons of their employees
while others are encouraging
their employees by raising the
Salaries of those who either con-

vince them of their ability to
speak the languages or who have

since acquired some fluency in it,

An humble mule-cart driver
brought to light another aspect of
the problem of preparing to ac-

commodate the Spanish speaking
Venezuelans.

He was employed by a local
hardware merchant to carry some
merchandise’ to a Venezuelan fam-
ily. They objected to paying him
and claimed that the responsibil-
ity was that of the firm.

He struck a compromise with
them and obtained a part of the
freight charge. On his return to
the store the irate sales clerk
thought he would ring and get
some explanation, He did so but
could not make himself under-
stood as he spoke no Spanish and
the Venezuelans spoke no English.

He then enquired from the

mule-cart driver how he had
made himself understood and vot
the simple answer—by speaking
Spanish,
' The driver was one of the
many Barbadians who have been
employed on the construction of
the Panama Canal and some of
whom have also worked in Santo
Domingo and in Cuba as cane
cutters,

Quite a number of Batbadians
of lowly walks in life have ac-
quired a knowledge of spoken
Spanish through these channels
and today they find that hablar
Espagnol is an asset. :

Vestry Did
Not Meet

The meeting of the Vestry of
St. Michael which was scheduled
to have taken place yesterday was
not held for want of a quorum
Only six members came. They
were, Mr. Bruce Weatherhead
(Churehwarden), Mr. A. R.
Toppin, Mr. F. C. Bethell M.C.P.,
Mr. E. D. Mottley M.C.P., Mr.
H. A. Tudor and Mr. T. W.
Miller.

Among the items which were
to have been discussed were two
motions tabled by Mr. Miller. The
first is, “that all Parochial Em-
ployees who have been in the Ser-
vice for fifteen years or more,
and are not in receipt of their
maximum salary, be raised to the
maximum as has been done in the
ease of other employees, at a
previous meeting of the Vestry.”

Mr. Miller’s second motion
urges the Vestry to discuss the
advisabitity of approaching the
Legislature with a view of amend-
ing the Vestries Act to reduce the
quorum of the Vestry from nine
members to eight or less, for the
purpose of facilitating and expe-
diting the work of this Parish,
which has been delayed through
the many abortive meetings so
recently and successively experi-
enced.



Correspondence
Among the items under Corres-
pondence is a letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated 18th
September defining a major and/or
minor tropical disturbance, and
the relative responsibility of the
Government and the Vestry, with

respect to relief measures,
There is another letter from the
Colonial Secretary dated 19th
September and informing the

1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



_ “Hamlet”
The Best Yet

“Hamlet”,


















Education
yesterday

told
He

the
was

morning.

with a very good cast.
an excellent
“Hamlet”.

Mr. J.

tion of the film “Hamlet”

play. It was ible
the grandeur of that great film .

Mr. C. Glindon Reed, Director of
Education said that the film was
the nearest approach to a work
of art in the field of cinema he
had ever seen and regarded it as
perhaps the best film he had ever
seen,

Mrs. A. L. Stuart said that the

film was a wonderful one and a
masterpiece.
Mr. L. A. Lynch, Principal of
the Modern High School said that
“Hamlet” will live in the memory
of all who are fortunate enough
to see it.

Mrs. Olga Symmonds described
the film as “marvellous”.

ee

1,647 Licensed
To Keep Stock

A Barbadian who does not keep
some kind of small stock in the
backyard is a rarity, Pig keeping
is much favoured in spite of the
sonata does not pay much,
and is little more than a temporar:
wee account, -

that respect, people Livi
outside of the city limits sea
luckier than those within those
limits, for the former can keep
pigs as they like — except those
within special areas of St. Michael
—while the latter are not allowed
to keep them at all.

Those who live within special
areas have to get a license from
the Sanitary Authorities before
they can keep their Berkshire or
the ordinary long mouth pig. The
license costs nothing.

The Annual Report of the Sani-
tation Department of St, Michael
shows that the total number of
licenses now operating is 1,647.

Legislation controlling pig keep-
ing in St. Michael makes it un-
lawful for any person to keep any
pig, hog or other description of
swine in the City of Bridgetown
or in any other of the towns of
this Island.

The limits of Bridgetown are
roughly:

“From Barrier Bridge in the
direction of Bay Street in
a direct line to the cross
road at Enmore House
(formerly the residence of the late
Sir Harold Austin) thence down
River Road to the Constitution
River in front of what was
formerly the property of Samuel
Ames from thence along the course
of the river as far as the Con-
demned Road between the Gully
Houses and Doctor Straughn’s
property (Harmony Hall Road),
in a line to the Garden House
(Hon, R. Challenor’s residence)
thence along Country Road to
Dunsinane (Mrs. Collymore’:
residence) across White Park Road
along Passage Road and across





the Universal_Inter—
national Academy award film is
the best one I have ever seen
Mr. C. Glindon Reed, Director of
“Advocate”

speaking
after a special preview of the
film given by the Management
of the Globe, Theatre yesterday

Comments made by others who
attended the film were as follow:

Mr. Neville Connell, Director of
the Barbados Museum said that
the film was a very brilliant one
It was
interpretation of

C. Hammond, Head-
master of Harrison College said
that he really never appreciated
the play until he saw the produc-

Mrs. L. M. Trimingham, Acting
Headmistress of Queen’s College
said that the film was an amazing
one and made one appreciate the

impossii to
describe the characterisation and



_ Tragic Lovers of “Hamlet”



LAURENCE OLIVICR an¢ Jean Simmons, as Hamlet and Ophelia

are the tragic lovors of the widely acclaimed Olivier production of
“Hamlet”.



Mount Tabor Students
Awarded Certificates

“The only climax to education is the graveyard”, Dr. Ham-
ilton, former Principal of the Barbados Evening Institute,
told girls of the Mt. Tabor branch of the jnstitute yester-
day evening before they were presented with certifi-
cates for Needle Craft and Domestic Science,
Dr. Hamilton was speaking on combined w i th
‘the werk of the Institute. Miss| achievement
Pilgrim, daughter of Rev. A. C.! He did not wish people to under-

that adequate

Pilgrim, presented 30 certificates|rate the value of the certificates
to the girls and’ women of the|He would admit. that they only
Institute. Fourteen were given| had local value, but he thought]
certificates for needle craft and that the matter of certificates was
16 for domestic science. one in which they should be ix
Mr. R. C. Springer, Principal ©: | Gevaiuation

the Institute, spoke yesterday of | Those who had gained certifi-
Dr. Hamilton’s strenuous work

7 |} cates were deserving of then,
for the Institute, | An Observation

During his address, Dr. Ham- ; . an eal y rears
ilton said that the supervisor of|. eh hase Pose hee ae
the Mt. Tabor branch, Mr. 0. w. [S2me had necessarily dropped out
Weekes, was chiefly instrumental| © did not think that in many
in bringing about the success of|°@Ses, it was through indifference,
the branch. It was, he said, due But there was a strong observa-
to his energy and intelligence tion Be, wanted. to make. Tagy

Mr. Weekes moved a vote of| Should not think that with the end
thanks. of the course, they had

Mrs. E. Gay was the instructor | °Verything. The only climax there
in domestic science and Mrs. O. &.| Was to education, was the grave-
Weekes in Needlecraft. yard, There was no such thing as

Dr. Hamilton said that his
duties at Harrison College haa
made it impossible for him to con-
tinue his duties as Principal of the
Institute and Mr, Springer who
was at present on leave had de-

their work, they should regard it}
only as a starting point for their |
own endeavours,

a struc him that the
cided to carry on the work $6 at — Weekes’ pupi's |
sometime. They were fortunate in were of a high standard, They |

having his services. He would be
released from the stiff pressure ‘of
werk in a little while and he ex-}|
pected to continue his interest in

should always try to get their own |
cesigns and never take them from’
a book. If one copied designs from |

sti ‘ 4 ,../a book, and eventually allowed ;

ie bane Ore * Se themselves to foster the feeling |
a The aaaio function of the Bar-| that. they were their own, it|
i i he saiq.| Would not be honest. Nor couid }

bados Evening Institute, he said,| â„¢ feat the true aloty of the spro- |
was to provide instructions of a SORisEe tt ae Le bauer to
vocational character, not to cen-,Cuction. It vy Saal ao
tre so much’on the cultural sub-|have an indifferent design r

one not their own.

jects, even though they might be The following gained certificates:

more important in the long run,

‘ GRADE 1
but more on practical subjects:) ouise Jackman, Enid Mapp, Geonmre
They were concentrating on the] yoider, Daisy Mayers and Barhara
j ic Millar
subjects which helped people to} I mee oe
acquire skill, whether they wer Ivy Alleyne, Btheline Graham = ane
teachers who wanted to increase) victoria Spooner ak ;
epee Beneennss Soeeeae Or). Pearl Bennett, Enid Harri Carscers |
those who wanted to pursue a4] yoider, Beryl MeCollin, Petr! St. Hill
commercial career or any like} and Pauline Sargeant. |
branches, | Domestic Science
i GRADE 1
: Opportunity Barbar Miller, Enid Mapp, tnez
Girls who wished to make use} granam, and Jean Howard
ies ic rame G 2
of those faculties. which came, Etheline Graham, Wilheimina Haynes

perhaps more naturally to them,

i Dorothy Headley, Leonora Holder, Loutse
domestic science—cocking and

Jackman and Clandine Spooner
the like—and which would stay hee GRADE Bow ae ae
i E en Prine Ma i
fhem.iin good stead) as. family MeCollin "Dal Mayers, Enid | Harres
women, were given the oppor-| gna Pearl St. Hill

tunity to gain a sufficient .knowl-
edge.

Then there was needlecraft in
the broadest sense of the word
He had watched that class from



TONIGHT

learnt |

complete mastery of any subject |
As splendid as they had been in!

Concert At Rocks |

Festival of Britain And

British Industries Fair
Visitors Advised To Make
Early Arrangements

}

‘

| “Because of the\large numbers of visitors expected in
Britain next year, there will be very heavy demands on
travel and hotel accommodation and I strongly advise busi-
nessmen who intend to visit the British Industries Fair to

| make reservations as early as possible.” So said Mr. Aubrey
R. Starck, O.B.E., H.M. Trade Commissioner in the British

| West Indies, British Guiana and Bermuda.

satiny

No Steamers
Between Trinidad
Arid Tobago

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN

In Pert-of-Spain, concern is
being expressed in commercial
circles over the absence of steamer
tommunications for the transport
of goods between Trinidad and
the Island of Tobago.
A firm of Commissioner agents
cabled Mr. A.’ P. T. James in
Tebago asking that he make an
immediate special appeal and
Strong recommendations to the
Government with respect to the
number of days when no steamer
Opportunities will be available t
transport soods and produce to
and from Pembroke, Roxberough
; and Charlotteville
Said a Pc rt-of-Spain merchant,
“Tobago has not done anything deserve such treatment from the
local authorities. They shou'd
enjoy as much and as many facil-
ities as we in Trinidad,”
The Port-cf-Spain Harbour
Master, stated yesterday that the
, ONE period without service was
| due to the fact that the “Trinidad’
;was under repairs. This vessel,
| he said, had two hatches while
the “Tobago” only had one. He
also said that the reason why
| these ships were not calling at the
| ports named was due to the fact
that these towns were connected
to Tobago’s chief's town Scarbor-
ough by road.



1

| Marriage Clauses
Amended

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN,
Amendments to the Matrimonia)
Clause Ordinance to smooth out
hardships in the law as it stands
at present, have been drafted,
and will shortly be submitted te
the Legislative Council
A ciause in the Bill
‘enable a wife who



seeks to
has been

| deserted by her husband to pre-

sent a petition for divorce upon
the ground of desertion if imme-
diately before her marriage she
was domiciled in the Colony,

Another clause in the Bill seeks
to enable the party against whom
a decree nisi has been obtained to
apply for the decree absolute
where the party in whose favour
the decree has been made fails
to apply for the decree to be
made absolute.



RANCE ACCEPTS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

| PORT-OF-SPAIN

| ACCORDING to Councillor
Aubrey James, the newly elected
jmember for East Port—of—Spain
eat, and one of the mediators in
| the recent Mental Hospital strike,
| His Excellency the Governor, Sit
| Hubert Rance accepted a proposal!
jon Saturday last to submit the
| grievances of the Mental Hospital
staff to a Conciliation Board.







Vestry that it has been decided|Baxter’s Road to the Westbury
that Government funds should not| Road Corner and thence ina
be provided for the building of aj straight line to the beach (Fonta-



proposed Central Community Hall
in Queen's Park, and that the
Vestry’s request for assistance in
extending the Nightengale Home,
wilt be considered shortly, along
with other proposals for Develop-
ment, but that there would appear
little prospect of its inclusion in a
Development Plan, except on a
low priority.

88° In The Shade

MEN with their coats over their
arms and others wearing shorts
and open neck shirts yesterday
gave evidence of the intense heat
that was felt by all.

It was half-holiday for many
employees and it was not long
after they were released from
work that several were seen go-
ing to the seaside.

At one time the thermometer
registered 88 degrees.





Fruit And Coal Come

THE motor vessel “T.B. Radar”

belle) opposite the north-west
point of Pelican Island.

It is also unlawful for any
person to keep any pig, hog, oF
other description of swine within
the area lying between the limits
of the City of Bridgetown and the
following boundaries unless he
shall have first obtained a license
from the Commissioners of Health
for the Parish of St. Michael.

Roughly defined these boundaries
are: From the boundary line
dividing St. Michael and Christ
Church extending) from the beach
on the south-eastern side of St.
Ann's Fort to a point meeting the
boundary wall of the military pro-
perties on the north-eastern side
of the Garrison, and along this
boundary wall to the North
Gate, then along Dalkeith
Road to along Beckles Road
along Culloden Road, Pine Road
Welches Road, Condemned Road.
Glendairy Road

Bank Hall Cross Road to Eagle
Hall corner and from thence in a
straight line to the junction of the
Westbury Road and Westbury New



brought 56 ‘bunches and 486
packages of fresh fruit from St.
Lucia yesterday. The ‘“Radar”’.
under Capt. Abelf Archbold,
brought also a small quantity of
cocoanuts and charcoal.



£2 For Speeding

“MOTORISTS are still con-
tinuing to speed on the roads”,
Mr. E. A. McLeod told Leslie Taitt

eof Tudor Bridge, St. Michael
yesterday when he fined him £2
for driving the motor bus M-1402
on Baxters ‘Road at over 28 miles



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
a.m.
Mobile Cinema, Dunscombe

Plantation Yard, 7.30 p.m.
Police Band Concert at
Hastings Rocks, 8.00 p.m.



per hour.

The speed limit on that road is
15 miles per hour for that kinc
of vehicle.
mitted on August 7

The offence was com-

Road, along the Westbury New
Road to Fontabelle Road and og
to the beach.



% APPLES & PEARS—Per lb...
% GRAPENUTS —Per Pkg......

GINGER, ORANGE, VANILLA and
CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX—Per Pkg.
ROMARYS HONEY BAKE BISCUITS—Per A
ROMARYS GINGER BAKE BISCUITS—Per Tin 79
ROMARYS PARMESTICKS BISCUITS—Per Tin
ALLSONS ROLLED OATS—Per Tin—

PABLUM — Small Pkg...
PABLUM — Large Pkg.......

NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK—1 4
NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK—5 Ib. tin
PRUNES IN SYRUP—1 Ib. tin..



1%
i|

\3



91 %

48. ¥
Bee 68 |
Lipa ee Ls 1.23 8 |
lb. tin 92 2 |
401 |
43 %& |
a
4 ‘

%

\% STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LTD.

POCO SS OC SS SSS SS SSS FOO OOOO

the beginning and had _ been \ ,
Strongly impressed by the keen- The Police Band under Capt. Fined 30/- For
ness and skill of their instructor Raison will give the fortnightly

and the advantages which had
been taken of the work by the|
pupils. That in itself was one of
the chief factors which allowed
for their being there then to wit-
ness a presentation of certificates.

There was much debate and

concert at Hastings Rocks tonigh’
7
beginning at 8 o'clock, The pro-
gramme will be:— :
MILITARY MARCH MEDLEY
Colonel Bogey on Parace Alford
OVERTURE—Liiac Tene Schubert
The Flower Song; Marche Militaire;
Yours is my heart; My sweetest song

many differences of opinions of all

forwarded at the end of the first BALLET SUITE—The Shoe nes

year as to whether the course Sandal and the Brogue

should then be regarded as being SELECTION—The Showboat —Romberg
e ey Theme song Ol an Rive f

SEE ait Bat seg ae DESCRIPTIVE—In a Chinese Temp'c

Garden Keteibey
girls for another year. Eventually| xyLOPHONE SOLO—The Flyer Galop

the decision to continue was made —Ridewood

Soloist;—Cpl. W. Best. i
and ey he thought that 11] p17 MusIC—Snowwhite and the Seven
was a wise decision. Dwarts Chure!

He thought that the occasioning ene song “Some day my (prince
irle rere w come
of ar te em re meee TRUMPET DIVERSION—Trumpet Ayre
not members 0 e pres class and Tune Jeremiah Clarke
and who wanted to join, was more Soloist ;—Bandsman Lovell

FiLM CLASSICS Berlin Cava'-









Dangerous Driving

ANOTHER fine of 30/- was im
; posed on Arden Nicholls of Bank
| Hall yesterday by Mr. E. A, Me-
Leod when he was found guilty

f driving the motor lorry M-1054
on Black Rock Road in a danger-
| ous manner on August 31



|
| a
| PURINA

For Poultry and Livestoch

“SEE THE

| held in London a hundred year



|

DIFFERENCE

than compensated by ia cet ee Irving pane
that finished: and accomplished|pance MustCc—The Bullfrog Samib sauueus
u i é 3 t Murret

omen and girls had bean the) 5 veneaucin Mutionas fee. |

. the GOD SAVE HE KING ;

The certificates were not cheap-| rs na
ly earned. A girl did not auto- a aidieii ome
matically qualify for a certificate |

by putting down" her name at the
A ae made the course and then
attending. spagmpdically durin:
the first term. To qualify for a
certificate, adequate attendanc
had beep made as requisite and

SOLA ALI

$
See ekarcta 40 4

iy Ho 2B
i
pe cee 50 |
Tin 78 %|





2

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PAGE FIVE

















YOUR
ENJOYMENT

TO-DAY

with our special — }



es

PRUNE CREAMS
AND
CREAMS

“It is well known that to com-
memorate the Great Exhibition
ago, the Festival of Britain is t
be held in 1951. This gigantic
celebration will comprise pageants
arts festivals, concerts, carnivals,
sporting events, etc., on a mag-
nificent scale. There will be a
wide variety of attractions t
satisfy every taste and the Festival
is bound to draw large numbers
of visitors from all parts of the
world.

“The opening ceremonies of the /

GUAVA

KNIGHTS—pHoenix sopa FOUNTAIN







Festival will take place on 3rc
May, whilst the British Industrie
Fair is open and there are bound
to be very heavy demands on
both travel and hotel accommoda-
tion. For that reason I strongl)
urge all businessmen in their ow:
interests to make early arrange-
ments to visit the British In-
dustries Fair
Finest Ever



bicycle home |

your guaraatee of
“The 1951 B.1,F, will be th . beter
hirtieth in the series and on thi e quality, fine eppearance and
special occasion it will be thc inl e unrivalled strength. The
finest and most representativ

trade fair ever to be held in World's leading quality

Britain, Almost every industry
is arranging for special displays
As an example, the textile in-
dustries of Britain have announce:
‘heir intention of making a major
effort which is expected to result
in one of the finest displays ot
textile products ever assembled
in one building. In all, over 100
rades will be represented at the
3.1.F. in Lendon and Birming-
ham from 30th April to 11th May
‘n London, the light industries.
such as chemicals, foodstuffs,
textiles, plastics, china and glass-
ware, sports goods, cutlery, gold
ind silverware, etc,, ete,, will be
ecommodated at Earl's Court and
Olympia and the heavy industries
vill be at Castle Bromwich, Bir-
ningham, Special travel facilities

bicycle carries this mark of

world
carries this
mark of
perfection












will be available between the

xhibition buildings in both

entres.

Catalogues in many languages E
re now being prepared. In the! The Aristocrat of all Bicycles .

ear future, posters, showcards |
ind other publicity material will

begin to appear all over the
world,”

250 Caribbean Visitors
Asked whether many visitors

re expected from the Caribbean,
Mr. Starck stated “Approximately
50 business visitors from my ter-
itory went to the B.1.F. in 1950,
he highest number ever recorded
ind I believe that its value is
‘ppreciated more than ever before
ind that the number will be much
greater in 1951, I cannot over
smphasise the necessity for early
alanning for next year, for visitors



BROAD ST.
LOCAL
‘AGENTS

DIAL 2364

|
|
HARRISON'S |
|

to the B.I.F. and the Festival
of Britain will begin to arrive
weeks before the event, The

London Hotel Information Service,

47 Leicester Square, London,
S.W.1., and the Accommodation
Officer, Birmingham Chamber of

Commerce, 95 New Street, Bir-
mingham, will be pleased to help
visitors who have difficulty in
finding accommodation, but appli-
cation to them should be made as
early as possible,



$39,710.84.
DEAL FOR
BARBADOS

Cable 28th,
Local shopkeepers and
bakers will be delighted to
know that $39,710.48 of Daily
Bread Flour has arrived and
is now available. It cost
nothing to be in on this deal
just say “I want to buy the

best-—Daily Bread Flour.”







CHOWS

PURINA MAKES”



— SOLUBLE. —







Air Travellers must go
LIGHT

And here are the bags that will keep you light and make you fashionable.
in attractive Tartan Colours with Zip Fasteners. Prices from $12.00

to $24.00



And for all Purposes

GLOBE TROTTER SUIT CASES

CAVE SHEPHERD (o., Ltd.

12, & 13 Broad Street

stand a pressure of well over half a ton. Size 28” each







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE









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SRSOVOST OS

ASEPTIC OINTMEN

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GERMOLENE soothes at a touch—heals in record time.

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Vigilance over the high quality of
“Black & White” is never relaxed. Blended in
the special “ Black & White ” way this truly
outstanding Scotch is in a Class all its own.

‘BLACK: WHITE’

SCOTCH WHISKY
She Seeret is in the Blending

By Appointment
to H.M., King George Vi

... YES ,DEA@, AND WITH

PERHAPS THE ‘WEENIEST BIT
PICOT EDGING ROUND af

THE PLUNGING NECK-LINE



Scotch Whisky Distillers
James Buchanan & Co. Led,

JAMES BUCHANAN & co. LTD., GLASGOW, SCOTLAND







THE LONE RANGER









L__—_- pe ' LOVELIER SKIN IN 14 DAYS
ean CT Be MS (A,

“_ FoR 2 women out or 3 sy
IPALMOLIVE BEAUTY PLAN
~aoctoed frecve tt/

Thirty-nine doctors — including
leading skin specialists have now com-
pleted 14-day tests of the “ Palmolive
Beauty Plan” on 1,384 women of all
ages and every type of skin. They
report a definite, noticeable improve-
ment in the complexions of 2 women
out of 3 (supported by signed state-
ments by the women themselves).
These were among the improvements








I DON'T THINK
THERE'S A LIVIN’
THI TO SHOOT

Ss
AT AROUND
HERE ! WHAT .
YOU THINK?

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LEARN !
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reported :
ny
3? ’
oun
BY ALEX RAYMOND i aaa
THIS CLIPPING IN THe GVERVONE ON BOERS Wine lg a
MANGLER'S LOCKER, READING AND TALKING ; ae ishes
_ ABOUT THE WEDDING... Fewer Biem

ee « » - Fresher, smoother

He Bars 4, Brighter, clearer

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See what this Plan will do for’ your skin—in only 14 days!
If you would like your complexion to be as lovely as you have always hoped it could be






BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES try the “ Palmolive Beauty Plan.” It’s so simple.
WHAT IF THE PEOPLE OF THE L— ] [HEADHUNTER This is all you.do:

COAST AND CITY HEARD OF THIS?
THEY'D THINK YOU WERE
IGNORANT SAVAGES



17S SPOTS? OUR FATHERS
WERE HEADHUNTERS.




Wash your face with Palmolive Soap,

2. Massage its rich, olive-oil lather into your skin for one
3 Rinse.

Start now, continue for 14-days. And prove as the
doctors proved—that if you keep your skin cleansed
by Palmolive’s: beautifying olive-oil lather; you are
sure to cde

KEEP |THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXIO

——— Le setseensenssesnnsessnshsnetssesessntsthnntieeeenensnneen, .



PECL LEE EEO?
NEW
RANGE OF...

NOVELS





FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER

POSS

Pe

OPENED

ADVOCATE STATIONERY

> 4, 4,4 ,¢,
ELLA LPP LP POLLEY











29, 1950

,
“> 7 eerrrre

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46 6 OAL? Fete!
Ott tA AAS MM ote",

—————

dry and scratchy from harsh
coughing or over-smoking,
just let a soothing, delicious
Vicks Cough Drop bathe your
irritated throat
membranes with

medi-

cinal ——— of
Vicks VapoRub.
icated!

Really soothing





20-— niente

«RHEUMATIC





Here is REAL relief...






Kidn Pills are
special for this pur-
c soothe and tone up





aT ES

for Kidney and Bladder




HAVE YOU GOT A

COLD or COUGH
IF SO TRY

BROWNES =
CERTAIN COUGH
CURE

The Unique Remedy fer Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throst,
Hoarseness, Bronchial
Whooping Cough, Disease of the
Chest ard Lungs, etc., ete.

C. CARLTON BROWNE
* Wholesale & Retail Druggist
* 136, Roebuck St, Dial 2813






PP MA eee PESS

MF AIO PIII LIISA ORR,

POPES OG TP OOP VEIT TIS
MAKE YOUR
SELECTION FROM
OUR LATEST
ARRIVALS AND
AVOID
DISAPPOINTMENT!!



© JAMS:—
Chivers Strawberry (Bots.)
Hartlays Raspberry ( Bots.)
“KOO” Plum Jam.. (1 I Tins)
” ” » ++ (2% Tins)
Golden Glory Pine 5
eee ri (2 1b Tins)
., AJ.C, Apricot .... (1% I Tins)
< FRUIT:— ,
Apperta Slic Y
Apples (1402. Tins)

Rose Bartiett Pears (1% Tins) ¥
“LX.L.” Clingston ¥
(2% Tins) §

Peaches .
“L.K.B.” Yetlow
Cling Peaches (1% Tins) ¥
“Sakabula” Peaches (2% Tins) &
“Sakabula”
) Mixed Fruit
.. Sree

eeedes (2% Tins) %
Sweet Corn 1% % Tins) @
BAHAMA Whole Tomatoes
Chivers Carrots.
Chivers Beets
Smediey's Mixed Vegetables.

INCE & Co., Ltd. }

8 and 9 Roebuck Street
Dial 2236

OSCE S ON SOSSSSS


i
;



FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,

1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED

FORDE—JAMES.
man’s Village

at his residence Chap-
Funeral will leave !



his late residence at 4.30 p.m. toda,
for Holy Innocent’s,CRurech where!
friends are asked io attend
Bindley Giles (son) Ethna, Jean
Annie, Mary (daughters) Beverley and
Cicely (gandchildren)
IN MEMORIAM





IN loving memory of my Dear mother
who fell asleep on Sept. 29 1949
Sleep on Beloved your work is o'er

For your loving hands will toil mo
more
For those you ‘loved you did your

best.

God grant you His Eternal Rest.

Ever to be remembered by your
daughter Gwendolyn Bourne and grarid
son Adrian Bourne

29.9.50—In.



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR — One 1939 Sedan Morris 12.
In perfect working order. New
Dial 3254, A. I. Beale, Constant Pitn
St. George 29.9.50—3n













CAR — 1949 model grey Morris Oxtora |

Saloon. Mileage 11,000. Price $1,650.00
Phone 2342 before 10 a.m.
28.9, 50--3n



TRUCK—Bedford 5 ton Truck complete
with platform and in excellent condition.
Courtesy Garage Dial 4616

27.9.50-—3n
PICKUP—Bedford Heavy Duty Pickup





done little mileage and owner leaving
island $2,550.00—Courtesy Garage Dial
4616. 27.9.50—3n



CAR—1936 Sedan Ford V-8 | Car A. 104
in fine condition. Recently overhauled.
New Tyres. Apply to Lacy Kellman,
Cane Garden, St. Andrew.

27.9.50—4n.

ELECTRICAL

RECORD CHANGERS — Automatic by
Garrad, from $38.70 to $54.84, while they
last. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 3559.

28.9,50—t.t.n











LIVESTOCK

MULE, CART & HARNESS in good
condition, Ring 4038, Sherbourne, Two
Mile Hill, St. Michael

27.9,.50—Sn

MECHANICAL

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT — Large
quantity of 1% inch Galvanised, gerne:
Also Mill, 10 ft. Fan, 60 ft. To %
ineh Pump and large tank. Ring 4038.
“Sherbourne”, Two Mile a St
Michael. 27.9
acai igen ie aladag dE Ns alight t ae

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

MISCELLANEOUS

CART — One two wheel Cart—The
property of the Barbados S.P.C.A.
For particulars Apply to Herbert Wi
Williams Hon, Treasurer S.W.C.A
Pinfold Street. Dial 2673.

9.50—3n

Largest selection
in town. All “RELI-
ANCE” all Guaranteed all attractively
priced. If for any reason your shirt
displeases you, it can be returned to us
at no cost whatever to you.
ROYAL STORE, High Street.

. 28.9.50 -8n

ROCK STONES — 1/- a ft.













27





MEN’S SHIRTS —
of Men's Shirts





delivered.
Apply to the Manager Drax Hall plan-
tation. 28.9.50—en



STOVE = One Perfection 2 burner
oil Stove in perfect condition. Apply
Mrs. Tempro. Dial 8140.

29.9.50-—2n





SHIRTS Ready-Mede and made to
measure. Shirts ordered can be deli-
vered within 3 hours, Fit and quality
fully guaranteed. Reliance Store, Htgh
St. 20.9 .50—Tn ,



STIEFEL’S GERMICIDAL SOAP —
Here again we only have a small quanti-
ty in stock and owing to import re-
strictions we are not allowed to import
aiymore. KNIGHT'S Lid.

26.9.50--3n

WANTED

HELP
GARDENER — Experienced Gardener.
Apply P. C. 8, Maffei & Co., Ltd.
Prince Wm. Henry Street.
28.9.50—4n.











QUALIFIED SHIRT MAKERS. Apply
Reliance Shirt Factory.
28.9.50—8n

—————
YOUNG LADY — Assistant for Casa-
blanca Ice Cream Parlour. Apply by
letter and in person ‘Casablanca’
Lawrence. 20.60—An,

MISCELLANEOUS:

niece

INDIVIDUAL COACHING by English
University Graduate. Schoo] Certificate
and Commercial. Proof-Reading, Typing
and Stencilling efficiently and quickly
executed.

MIMI GOODING — Tel. 8538.

19.9.50.—16n.

JAM BOTTLES — One tb Jam Bottles
with covers. Stansfeld Scott & Co., Lid
29.9.50-—In.





jet cao

SAFE—£xtra large Iron Safe. Apply
to Mrs. Nellie Belmar, Winona, Maxwell
Coast. Tel. 8135. 23.9.50-—5n

PUBLIC NOTICES |









TUITION

TUITION Given in Spanish, French
German and Italian by Mrs. Carlota
Gonsalves, Teacher at the University
of Ecuador and Ex-Offetal Translator
for the Venezuelan Gevernment, Will”
also undertake translattor of Officte!
Documents and books, Classes will begin
on ist October, Call between 2.30 and
€ p.m. 8495, Santa Clara, St. Lawrence

26.9.50—2"

PERSONAL

——_—$———

The public are hereby warned agains:
credit to my wife LEONE GREEN (nee
Jordan) as I do not hod myself re-
sponsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed DY

me
Sed. C. A. GREEN
St. Davids Village,
Christ Church
20.9.50—2n













The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife HILDER CON-
NELL (nee Pigott) as I do not hold,
myself responsible for her or anyone)
else contracting eny debt or debts in
my name unless by a_ writlen order
signed by me.

Sgd. JOSEPH CONNELL,
Black Rock, Near The Mount
St. Michael.







LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Edith Vance holder
of Liquor License No. 664 of 1950 grant-
ed to Vivian Carter in respect of a
board and shingle building with shop
attached at corner of King Street and
Saxters Road, B'town for permission to
use said license at the above premises

Dated this 27th day of September 1950
To:— E. A. McLEOD, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed D. BAYLEY,
for applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be helc
at Police Court, District “A”, on Mon-
day the 9th day of October 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m

B.A

Police Magistrate,

Mc LEOD,
Dist. “A’

29.9.50



Tyres. | ~



|

| FOR RENT

HOUSES

ABERDEEN





- Upper Colkvmere Rock
y

to Herbert H. Williams, Pinfold Street
Dial 2673 27.9. 50—3r
HOUSE — Very attractive counjrs

8.9.50—t.f.n

MODERN BUNGALOW — 3 Bedrooms
For Particulars Dial 2398













| Partly furnished or unfurnished. App!)



house in the Parish of St. George. Fully

furnished except for silver and linen |
Recently decorated throughout. to be
jet for about one year. Apply to Car-
rington & Sealy.

27.9.50-—In

LARGE HOUSE & “& “APARTMENT

On Sea, St. Lawrefice, fully furnished
Phone 8357.









Drawing, Dining, 2 bedrooms, W.C.;
Bath: Electricity. Excellent bus route.
6 minutes’ walk to sea Apply James

A. Millington,
opposite Dover.

“Jandor” Maxwell's Rd

28.9,.50—3n



PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By Instructions I will seli on Friday
September 29th. At one o'clock At
“Leton” Passage Road.

One (1) Chattel House 20 x 12 in
good condition. House must be remov-
ed. Terms Cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auction:

2.9





nn





I have been instructed by the Com
missioner of Police to sell at Central
Station, on Tuesday next the gra
October, beginning at 2 p.m. the fol-
jiowing items:— (1) Car whegl, (2
Bicycles (10) Tins of Nesties milk, (1)
Motor car hup-cap, and several other
items of interest

DARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt. Auctioneer.
27.9.50—3n

' REAL ESTATE
QUAKER ROAD, Carrington’s Villiage
Friday 29th. sat 1 p.m. a board any
shingle house 24 x 12 x 9, Shed 24 x 7.
Kitchen 16 x 8 covered with averife,
closet, palings. Land can be rented
Terms Cash. R. ARCHER MC KENZIE.

Auctioneer.

27,.9.50—Sn











ENTERPRISE HOUSE and outbuildings
standing on 1% acres of land in Christ
Church, and

DWELLING HOUSE standing on 7
ecres of land at Enterprise, Christ
Chureh, and adjoining the abovemen-
tioned premises.

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

on application to

at_2 p.m.
Inspection Mrs.
Lucas on the premises
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors
50—9n



MODERN ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD

BUNGALOW-—Modern attractive Free-
held Bungalow 4,836 sq. ft, land, 2 Bed
rooms, Large Drawing-room, Kitchenette.
Gas laid on for cooking. Bath, Shower
& water basin. Lovely Garden, Fruit-
treés; large space for Poultry. Price
£1400. Apply “Somerset”, Upper Bel-
mont Road. 22.9.50—12n

aint ht omemting cea een isan: ieiineeaeeniminontaonyiaies

BUNGALOW — Newly built Bungalow
at Brighton Road, Blak Rock. Built
of Coral Stone with pine floor & gal-
venize roof. It has Verandah, Drawing
& Dining Rooms, 3 spacious Bedrooms,
Breakfast room, 2 Water toilets & 2
Baths, Spare Room, Garage. Price
ed is below what it cost to build.

BUNGALOW —_ Newly built Bunga-
low at Deacon's Road. Built of Cora!
Stone with pine floor & galvanize roof
It has Verandah, Drawing, Dining &
Breakfast rooms, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Toilets
and 2 Baths, Kitchenette, Spare room
and enough land for flower & kitchei
gardens.

Priced to sell,



ask-

BUNGALOW — At Station Hill, Built
of Coral Stone with Everite roof &
Pine floor. It has front & back Veran-

dahs, Drawing- & Dining rooms, 3 Bed-
rooms, Water toilet & Bath, Kitchenette

Garage. For particulars apply D’arcy
A. Scott, Government Auctioneer,
Magazine Lane.

28.9.50—2n



The undersigned will set up for sale by
public competition at their Office 151/152
Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on Friday
the 29th instant at 2.30 p.m,

“POLLANVILLE”
\and land thereto belonging containing
4,720 square feet situate at St. Matthias
Gap, Christ Church. The dwellinghouse
is a two storied wooden building of
which the first floor is used as a shop,
and the second floor as a private resi-
dence. Inspection any day on application
to Miss E. V. Johnson, on the premises.
For further particulars and conditions of
sale apply to R. S. Nicholls & Co.
24.9.50.—5n.





SHARES FOR SALE
02 BARBADOS SHIPPING & TRADING
co: LTD.

60 BARBADOS FIRE INSURANCE CO:
The above will be set up for sale,
“cum dividend", by public competition
at our office, James Street, Bridgetown,
on FRIDAY 30th September instant at
1.30 p.m. YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors. 27.9.50—3n

HARMONY COTTAGE — St. George

Stone built house standing on about
one acre of land Apply to Mr. Arm-
strong, Drax Hall, St. George

27.9 .50-—3n





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Simpler Dressing Tables, led-
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and railed. Wardrobes, Dresser-
robes, Linen Presses & Chests-of
~—Drawers.

Morris Horseback, Streamlined

ard straight-lined Suites and
separate pieces, Bergere, Tub,
& Rush Suites and separal’

pieces. Upright and Armechoirs
Dining, Luncheon & Kitchen
Tables. China, Kitchen & Bed-
room Cabinets. Sideboards, Wag-
gons, Larders

DESKS in several .sizes, fiat
and sloping tops, Single and
Double. Heavy-duty Chairs. ,

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the

Visitors arrive on FRIDAY, September 29th. Grounds open for practice daily.
WEIGHT LIFTING and HAND BALANCING DISPLAYS each day

Prices of Admission:

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Intercolonial Cycle & Athletic

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER Sth—Beginning at 1 P.M, each Day
Under the distinguished petenery of H.£. The Governor
MR... A, W . SAVAGE>.C.M.G
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1-Mile Cycle Novices 15 5-Mile Cycle Handicap (Open)
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4g-Mile Cycle (Class ‘A‘) 17 1-Mile Roadsters |
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100 yds, flat (Boys under 16 years) 19 220 yds. flat (Open)
3-Mile Cycle (Class B) 20 ‘%-Mile Cycle (Intermediate)
3-Mile Cycle (Class ‘A’) 21 5-Mile Cycle (Class ‘A') _—_-
440 yds. flat (Open) . 22 1-Mile Cycle Devil (The Hind- |;
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5-Mile Cycle (Intermediate) 24 3-Mile Cycle (Intermediate)
2-Mile Cycle (Class ‘A') 25 1-Mile Cycle (Class ‘A’)
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or 2328. Available Ist November. tion of a trade mark in Part “A” o Investment. CANADIAN
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commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
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' PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1950
TF ET

| “Snappers” Win 1950 ae Driscoll To Savold
Water Polo Competition





|
|
I Peter Wilson There are some omissions which |

, are hard to understand—neither
They were all there. The ele-|°f the “Kids,” Lewis or Berg; no




gant, white-skinned “Peerless jam ie no Nel Tarleton or
° r Jim” _ | Joe cAvoy.
MacLean—Outstanding Yesterday Fie ote heen gnats eee

| punches like chots from a catapult;|_,But there’s the rough romance



S SNAPPERS bvd ating Barrac Ss © goals te . +Tom Thomas, a swart craggy man of the Ring in every foot of this
Seen ee te sae ene } se cares ae goals Chun ¢ - lfrom the Welsh hls: Freddy | lm, and one piece of superb, un- |
or RO TER UCD Pe, Eero: aeeg aK sonia * | Welsh, punching frora his shoulders | “0n8cious humour when the com- | }
terday afternoon have won the 1950 competition, Even if im a way I’ve never seen dupli+ | ‘nemtator, describing an old-timer
they lose their last fixture against Swordfish, (this year’s | teated by a light-weight. who shall be poareee refers to
runners up), the Water Polo Challenge Cup is theirs for | + Joe Beckett was there, a great| im as “this stylish b as,
eZ | Bapsy, crab of a man, and so was) ee ne sikney oes
. 5 “ ” 4 s Yr = = on
-—— - For the Snappers team it was a] j Iron” Hague, bulky as a pork|©

sausage. “Gunner” Moir appeared|his man in a way which would

! slamming bravely but ineffectively | et him six months anywhere else

proud moment. Twelve years ago,


















—enaessttltt



Hi
» | ;
Trinidad i re Jari ¥ | they first entered the water as a t '
I s li team, knowing very little about F | Aga! inst.4e Napoleon of the Ring, ne =i on yd ety ta try of {
T W | W. I. {the game, but with a keen will t ma | Tommy Burns. xi " . ve i
> } ame, v ak M | | . boxing. i
\ Oo elcome | learn | There were a few seconds of the —L,.E.S. . : . : an
Cri k { Yesterday afternoon was the] ee wat van rs NOV CY | rr Baby Bibs in various designs d
JricKeters rowning of their efforts, for this| i nen Freddie ills cave-
r ; is the first me that they have manning it inside the ropes. a ee shades eq_..___..-_.....806. & $1.44
F i » ¢ | von this competition, although for then we saw that wicked right
k : 1 I | iany years they juct failed to from Lee Savold, spinning Bruce FOOTBALL Baby Khus Khus Hangers ea_______.$1.08
Mr John ¢ lar Captain f| ring it off. Woodeock round and opening the
the West Indies Cricket team. in| Outstanding plz {on Snanpers gash over his eye which gaped W
i riaiinias exierearent on ae ting ae in pets Whe: 0. séchud. mheedh NOTICE oollen Coats OO .. ba eee
Eng land ‘ E, J. Marsden,| nembers Cliffy MacLean, who $ z ; i
Trinid : tive. cn: the] toned 4wo- Ieiiliant gonla; when Then the lights came on, ahd lubs: affili- ” Booties pair 60c. to $1.00
WwW 44 Cricket 30% of Control, team was in a very critica’ we were back from the lanes of rn anades ae ~~ ©
Hite that he would do his ‘utmost sition. Th.s was Brcenny the oy, a smoky Wardour- — + Fuses Bonnets, silk RR aeca es $1.56 ‘
o be in Trinid: th others of| best performance of MacLean’s - he : ked to contact the
the team: for the resentien pe eet the gaine For this was a film, “Fifty are asked
S An "arkeal { te sichdeiita and "Ke nit Thaw. shat the third goal | Years of British Boxing.” Sy agg maging led aE: = crochet ea.___-__-__..-$2.00
+ businessmen Port-of-Spain 1 S rs t Jarracudas The outstanding memories? O. S. Coppin at the Barba-
a inessmen in ort-of-Spain tc| ‘er Snappers and for Barracudas, | . t t “Windsor
= decorate the omes and business! Charles Evelyn and Herbert Por- The tremendous close-quarter on ee oe
seen a bay x mo es : oe aoeeet Lasies ayes — | work of Freddy Welsh—but the Villa”, Bay St., for copies
4 Indie » 1 ic Srshe on the day they — Mi Bid ben on kidney punches would of an Insurance scheme for
eee oy enriueniies Flying. Fish Win have hit him hard. The une footballers which it is hoped
" arrive, was made by Councillor ying believable frailty of Ji Wild will be put into operation
Aubrey Almandoz, Chairman ofl In tt thar e Flying Fist : i th ‘site a oui : for the 1951 season if ap-
the City Council Reception Com- z ait a sieure Sane ish di 5 ; — oy tig Be as and unorthodoxy proved,
mittee, The appeal was directe¢ deat so ~ toeies Same, inane . _ ieey “at pede Wars ye " ’
particularly to those along the} {rst one, defes jonitas thr EZZARD CHARLES—who beat JOE LOUIS on points on Wednes- | 2. o8°"¥ nimi ‘
route the procession will follow wonls ae ie aa on veae day night is here seen getting a check-up by the doctor, long before pore e ele a ee Club Secretaries are also 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
after the arrival of the critketer: vark Ke oh es aon Pp tt - the fight. Charles has always been careful in keeping fit, and his Re el i ot re Tn reminded that all dues a
on their y to the temporary bes niene. O0e phate ae ng performance in the Louis fight was a tribute to his fitness. aSUae eee respect of the 1950 footbal
scored the lone goal for Bonitas. season should have already eters =e on






















Pt ali he Pri ss Build- | 8°
Town Hall at the Princess Build The games wine ‘se tollowe:— been paid but must now be

ing for the Civic Reception. e e :
SNAPPERS 3—BARRACUDAS 2 1 ver B.G. TEAM YET paid st once or the club
It is not yet certain what day ] will be disqualifie om
: gaining affiliation next





























the “Matina’’ will arrive with the Within three minutes of play, A dazzling smile
cricketers, but it is expected to be | Barracudas were two goals up e “ e UNBEATEN season. 29 .9.’50—3
either Wednesday, October 4, % |from two very well flighted shots (From Gur © Correspondent) 90—on.
Thursday, October 5. by Charles Evelyn and Herbert ain a Ss OuUulSs , PORT_OF_SPAIN, & Pepsodent smile!
In the evening, after the Civi | Portillo and Snappers were a very § British Guiana Ladies’ Hockey PSD OPOSSSIOSVOSD SSD OEOO,
Reception, a eae ee gre wees Lore sides - team kept up an unbeaten recora Th B b d M t | 3
at the Queen’s. Par otel, u owever, Snappers rallied we! at Pointe-a—Pierre’ by putting a e barbados ufual ¥
which leading sportsmen are ex | and after several attempts to break ° neat lacing on Casual-Pointe-a- f
pected to participate, After 7 through | ~~ ee tae Savold Ready For Charles Pierre Soaretn ed of two goals tc Life Assurance Society %
banquet, there will be opportunit, Jin a swim through from the ha nil. The visitors were thoroughly CY ¥,
for presentations to members 0 |} way mark made no mistake in NEW YORK, Sept. 28. at home. Claire Mittelholzer OST POLK LAN
the team. Councillor semen omg on ar hoae team one up from Joe Louis stated after his defeat by Ezzard Charles last | Maureen de Silva and Joan Hum-4% pROVERBS having made
gifts. com i ag to emis Early in the second half, Ken- night that he would “positively never fight again”. ee Seas int a agp sworn deposition that Policy
Should send them to the Town Ha!.|neth Ince beat goalkeeper Henry} Nursing an injured left hand and peering from a nearly bnparted iat a Raber ~— oy Ey a ed
before the banquet. His Excellency] Perez after receiving a pass from closed left eye he said; accuracy. ERBS has been lost, and
the Governor will be asked t Delbert Bannister, from a corner “I’m through. T just didn’t es having made application to
make these presentations. re oan dhs Hie diiraased it, I did Eee Pre RY. TAT ox--eresserreeeees the eee to grant a
sd however and made several attacks : avold ; By M. Harrison-Gray ints on this innocuous- NOTICE i hesety oan
ce iinee felled bear feat’ | «American heavyweight Lee ; ooking deal through closer NOTICE is hereby given
‘i N "1S pea _ Pe i ear Be -]Savold recognised in Europe as : Deater : Bs rea aanecenee to Standard prin. that unless any objection is
BOY-WONDER Dene ee neoal-keeper Henry} World Champion said here that i ee ciples, Their West player raised within one month of
erez did some fine saving, stop~- | he would like to meet Charles who 3 A2 omenea oon one approach the date hereof the dupli- 1
ping some sizzlers from Bannister | po 3 A863 id of One Diamond, East cate Policy asked for will be
TENNIS CHAMP and Ince. It took Cliffy MacLean et — ae ae , 5 : 1053 ae one Pear and West one issued, ue
: rg avold who wa t : a4 ade. er s limite
(evel One Owes Corcelmoudent) to come to Snappers’ rescue near] said: “Charles lacie ake god. 3 wee ees? E rebid East. decided that By Order,
ks the end of the second half when, Thouls was- gama but he fust i gas: ook 6 game was out of ee question Cc. K. BROWNE, enne
: PORT-OF-SE AIN, , | biter receiving a pass from Bannis- | gidn’t have it.—Reuter 1 ies” $ Ky52 and passed. = West made § Secretary. i rl lant
sets ae ae Grande} ter, he once more swam right , ‘ 5 : Aj94 e832 ay Scr duane a bad 29.8.50—4n i
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or wounded between September
14 and 27. He said that the
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40 tanks, 160 guns and more than
30 ships. —Reuter.

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